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 ���, *__  ��3_. < g ,&X  gr4w4v  -(  O    I  , ,2nd Class Moil/,      '  Registration No. 1142  - x  i   _______���       ______    _____..  __________��� _______��� ������������������������Pi, ������������  < v ~���     ������������   ������   '   ^Bi   _n_^_VT ��   ^������������W      ^-_-_-_----m-_-_-_*     ���_������'  Serving the Synsh'n? ?POS. JHOwe Soyndjojeryisjlnl^^'ipctuding Pprt Mellon   Hopkins Landing   Grantham,. Landing   Gibsons? Roberts Creek,  (Wilson Creek  Setmfc Park,. Sechelt, HalfrnGcrp Bay |, Secret Cove. Pender Hrb, Madeira Pork   Garden Boy  Win^s Lancfing   Eorls Cove   Egmont  Volume 17 ��� No. 15  '. st  1     ^ ib^.B_*S^t<Jl._____yi_k��^i? x��^^iM[li^i^i_��  clerk  Phone     - Un.onp^^Lobel^  885-3231     .. , 24 Pages ��� 20c Copy  (+S"a       Wednesday, March 21^ 1979'  "Village derkTom Wood,was fired IssfT  Wednesday in a special council meeting ���  and Mayor Harold Nelson refuse, to  comment..     ���     ' .       ' "''''   :  "It's done and that's  ��<&_������  M  ^  r /there is Wit,"'  lil^orKSsSnliaid Friday/*���  _*���*i  E'^v^  h. *  * *i   ���__  GOOFING OFF is what it's called as these three joggers work off the pre-race  jitters at Madeira Park elementary's cross-country run Friday. More pictures  inside,  ,-��� ������'���  i '  SCRD board briefs  Fire chiefs want pagers  because phone lines plugged  ���-i^ed-for-specific-reMons wby^Wpod^^r^  was fired so suddenly ,Ae saidhewas^hoT f%^U  commenting on that." / 7 % , v >  That the firing came as a surprise to  Wood was "putting it mildly,!' p ' ��" '"*  Friday. ',)  "It came as a shock."  _' ��iy havp diwift my lwst  and for the people of Sechelt and it wasn't.  good enough."         ���, - -V-,?"   -?t*Ab  Since Wood is consulting a lawyer, he f x��SJ  declined to discuss the reasbi. wr^his *��*��� 7  termination. Aside from one incident, if  _. ._     1      j��  �����  ��i*!J  ^1  $*���**__  2*a  ^fin-i  ��4.  f t^A ** *  Fire chiefs Dave Reid of Halmoon Bay  and Glen Kraus of Roberts Creek made an  urgent appeal to the Sunshine Coast  Regional Board at their regular meeting  last week for money to buy pagers for  emergency communication.  In a- statement, Reid and Kraiis said  iwmeUm^ti&^on't reach half oritiore  ctf the5volui^eer^remen in an emergency  becau?i)&lQ6|ilu|^d phone lines. '  J  ''  &i'i  ,(.-��  They/dtidB^'rel insists U^^e ho  private lines available for volunteers.  cssneded;^td'^^?ifenaimor.'Eil^ency  Centre 'on 24-hour duty and pro^fe direct  contact to volunteers'who hadtt^a. "'  :< A<fhe1^ard has re%red,1l|reqae^t to,  the finance comgltt|e fqp. Widget oon-  sideratibn and indicated it should have top  priority.      / tf.  Finance committee Chairman Davi4  Hunter of Area F suggested that major  purchases for the fire departments should  be done on capitalization rather than year  by year such as will bp done when they ask  for capital for a new Gibsons firehall next  year.  In other hoard business, a request for a  marina pub licence for Madeira Park  enabling them to sell beer by the case was  referred to planner Bill Lindsay for  clarificatiori. !^  there were any others, Wood saijd,  haven't been told and I don't think Tm  going to be told." ,;,    H   -  Aid. Larry MacDonald, wfco moved the  termination motion at Wednesday's1;  meeting, told the Titaes he had to be "a bit;  careful" of what he said and that there;  were "incidents in the past that would be;  part of the reason.'*  It was decided at a committee meeting  March 11 that Mayor Nelso^ would askfor.  Tom Wood's resi^vation, MacDonald said.  '��� "He requested it and we were told lie,.  (Wood) was not prepared to tenderitr-he'  wanted to think about it," he said.    .    .  Wednesday's meeting was called and it  Sr^^^^So^Sfi UNIDENTIFnirp TI^OWBACHS to a past era, thesefour  T**��  >5 ���&&* '*  i ^*  *    y ^      ���   **,t  _&" .t* - wU* **   v-  'ArlZ  *����v*^-  Wf^Pt!  V- V��  '.Oa*.  ??  Some confusipn -artee, as to the dif-  ference between a neighborhood rmiKand a  marine pub which, fall ufeQer difT^4  ���_t__i___'���i_l___._v*i���*._* jilt __'_..     A*      ,      ,*-.���,-,  would be terminated. MacDonald79lso.  would give no specific reason for Wood's ���;  termination. '  "That type of thing should be made in,  camera and stay that way," he sfgd.     7'  Woods was fired under Section 186 <B)  go back inta da sock hop and do da be-bop wit be-bop  posed outside Chatelech School on "Grease Day" for   Lulu, she's my baby, I don't mean maybe,  photographer Jud Wickwire Friday. Now youse bums can  CUTE   AS   A   pair   of   buttons,  pianoforte duet award  winners  Christina Wing and Jonathan Hunter  tinkle it out at Honors Performance  at Festival Saturday, More inside.  mm...  ons.  It was pointed out that the marina  ftteetiselling liquor for seven;years under'a  resort licence and all they wanted to do  was sell beer by the case1.      ���  The board moved to put it in the hands  ' of the planner who could ask for legal  assistance to clarify the marine pub  -Hcence-requirements. ���;  " Also at the meeting, board chairman  Bd Nicholson said in conversation with the  deputy minister of municipal affairs, he  has learned that the district was in advance of other communities in putting  together area plans, specifically the  Roberts Creek area plan.  "They are precedent setting. They  (Victoria) are looking at it very carefully  because they are bound by it (an area  . plan) when they become policy," he said.*  Area A alternative director Vera  McAllister, however, pointed out that  forestry authorities are not bound by the  area settlement plans and seemed to be  able to advance tree farm licences Into  areas contrary to uses outlined by the  plans.  A copy of a letter was received by the  board sent from the Sechelt and District  Chamber of Commerce to the B.C. labor  ministry expressing concern over water  supply problems in Sechelt ahd West  Sechelt as a result of difficulties Involved  with the Utility Corridor.  It was suggested the letter wquld give  "power at their elbow" for the board in  getting the matter resolved.  Nicholson said he has been in  discussion with Sechelt Band consultants  (the corridor crosses Band land) and  learned an appraiser has looked at the  corridor property and "made the  necessary assessments",  He said it, was estimated the Utility  Corridor discussions were "going to come  to a resolution soon/'  (a) (i) of the Municipal Apt^hich;  the engagement of an officer^ifJ6��  7Munidpafliy '"may "not be ^terminated8  ^except upon reasonable notice, and then  ���\ onljrby, the affirmative vote of at least two  v thi^3_rof all the members of the council."  '"   Section 188 (6) (a) (ii) states employment may be terminated "without  notice only for cause and only by a  majority vote of all the members of the  -coundh" ���   *"��  t'Sik   e*  ��__i____UM_ttt    MS  ~**'*'..,., ���'' |-f i-w*   ��*��S4  jCHUfe*       <*^'.��g*&.  .\lri,.i  AIWIVINQ IN 8TVLB rt Qibeems <3<>ldm Annl?griiary criebratlotm aieifPP  MLA Don Lockstead on the running board, and MP Jack Pearsall armting the  front seat with cbauffuer Beachcomber?' star Bruno Geruasi. Mayor Lome  Blain, left, squeezed into the rumble seat with provincial health minister Bob  McClelland. More inside.  TOMWOOD  MacDonald said council chose Section  188 (6) (a) (i) because it "didn't have to  show cause," and in lieu of reasonable  notice, Woods was given five months  salary.  At Wednesday's meeting McDonald  said it was the policy of the provincial  government to give one month's salary for  each year of employment. Wood has been  village clerk for four-and-a-half years.  McDonald suggested sending Wood a  "double-registered letter" Informing him  of council's decision. Aid. Morgan  Thompson disagreed.  "I really don't think we should bo this  cold," he said. It was decided Mayor  Nelson and one other alderman would visit  Wood at his home the next day to tell him.  Thompson later said he was "not too  familiar" with the event which led to  Wood's termination. It happened at a  council meeting Thompson did not attend  (March 7) and It was an "Incident in  issuing a permit" without council's permission.  "I can only concur with their decision,  or rather, the way it was handled,"  Thompson said. "There were many areas  council didn't feel he was doing the job  on."  Thompson would not say which area,  Just "in all areas, many areas."  "I prefer not to discuss It really,"  Thompson said, "It was a traumatic  decision for all council to make. There was  a lot of sleep lost over making the  decision."  Ron Glbbs was appointed acting clerk  and treasurer In Wood's place at Wednesday's council meeting. Council approved entering into an agreement for the  provision of these InteHm management  aervlces with W_K. .Smith and AModalei.  Ltd. These .service, are not to exceed  |1,000 a niontH.  In addition to this fee, accommodation,'  travel and other out-of-pocket foxpenaes  are to be paid directly Glbbs.  B.C. Hydro has finally released a press  statement in connection with their Special  Report on the Sechelt Peninsula for the  route of the proposed 500 kv Cheekye-  Dunsmuir. power transmission line.  The Statement, which accompanied a  "Any of the four routes would include  ah overhead crossing of Agamemnon  Channel between Sechelt and Nelson  Island. The repwfsuggests that potential  hazard to aircraft on the southern route  would be less than on the central route as it  copy of the report, makes a point of the   would be located at the entrance tp the  ,...._. ____,__.._..-._.___ .________,���_.....   gjmjmgj gj,,! more gagHy recognized by  pilots.'     :..���.:���>������ ,:;;:V-  "On Nelson Island the route would be  north of Quarry Bay, an area approved for  "route option" they have now "Identified"  being afoute which "would avoid Saklnaw  Lake oh the Sechelt Peninsula".  They also make the point, later in the  statement, that the route crosses  Agamemnon Channel at the mouth so the  aerial crossing of the two lines can be  "more easily recognized by pilots..'  A public meeting on the power line  Issue has been called by the Sunshine  Const Regional District for the afternoon  of March 31 at the Madeira Park Community Hall.  Hydro's news release says "In Phase I  studies for the transmission line Beak,  Consultants outlined a broad general  corridor between Cheekye on the  mainland and Dunsmuir on the island  with a 'bulge' through Sechelt Peninsula  and Nelson Island to provide a wide range  of options in this sensitive area. The  secretariat of the provincial government's  Environment and Land Use Committee  gave approval In principle to this corridor  in November 1078.  "Optional routes through the 'bulge"  foreseen during the Phase I studies included one with an aerial crossing of  Saklnaw Lake; a second between Saklnaw  and Ruby Lakes, and a third north of Ruby  Lake and West Lake.  "The details study produced tho fourth  option which is now the preferred route ���  south of Saklnaw Lake," the release  "states.       ���   "The Phase I "studies favored the  central route across Saklnaw Lake as the  two northern routes were longer, more  expensive, and would cause greater impact on private land and areas with  recreational potential.  "Comparing the central and southern  routes, the special report says the  southern route is one kilometre longer and  Is expected to cost About $300,000 more.  However, this extra cost could be offset  because there are more existing access  roads over a greater length of the route,  and future maintenance costs would be  lower.  future residential development.  "Phase 2 studies are under way now to  select the location of a right-of-way  through the remainder of the corridor, and  to identify impacts an opportunities for  mitigation," the statement concludes.  Excerpts from the special report and  1 additional notes to the report, along with a  retouched photo showing the .Agamemnon  mouth crossing and route map, appeared  in the Times March 7 issue.  Parents want new  principal to raise  By HELEN PARKER  Nine parents' input could have some  Influence on who School District No. 46  toistees choose as the principal of  Chatelech Junior High School.  Chatelech students' parents were Invited to the school last Thursday to  suggest which personal and professional  qualities they would prefer in a new  principal.  Present principal R.G. Hawes is  leaving hla administrative position to  return to teaching.  The parents were divided Into two  groups and given 30 minutes to discuss  personal and professional qualities as well  Try fitness  test Friday  For all those who would lOce to try out  the Canada Home Step Teat to determine If  they have achieved a level of fitness  recommended for their age group, the  Fitness and Recreation Service will hold  fitness testing, along wtth their regular  Blood Pressure Clinic, Friday, March 28,1  p.m. to 4 p.m. Trail Bay Mall.  , as what they Would consider to be important factors of relationships with  pupils, parents and teachers.  ����� One group preferred a male ("boys at  this age need a man") with "un-  #stahdihg, Integrity and maturity." The  othlM!* group had no sex preference, but  recommended the new principal be a  Canadian with a strong Canadian  educational philosophy.  This group felt both disciplinary and  academic standards at Chatelech were  low and hoped the new principal could  "command full respect of teachers and  students" and evaluate teachers constructively to raise these standards.  JThw     a person from 35 to 80 years  old would best fill the criteria.  The other group thought experience as  a teacher should have priority over experience as an administrator. They emphasized the necessity of past experience  dealing with ethnic groups.  This prinicipal should have an "encouraging" attitude; he should be  "guiding, hdt domineering." He should be  available to all concerned, and be able to  "bring together tho people Involved with  the school,"  Who they would really like to see as  principal, the group said, is "someone like  Mr. Pope," a present teacher at  Chatelech.  . Nc^ly Mv��n wedu al t��r he ��Map��d  Correction Centre, Robert James Shannon  was arrested last Friday in an apartment  In the 2200-block of Heather Street, Vancouver.  .., Shaniwo,^, waaawaUlag ������frao�� lor  Black of Roberta Creek when he escaped  by cutting through the bars January 28.  A ipokcMnan for Burnaby RCMP said  Sunday Shannon was  arrested ap-  proataatfely ItU pm* ea* breagkt lMf��re -  ��juitlc* olthc p��cemho rem^kd him.  in custody at the LRMCC until hla appearance in court Monday morning.  His arrest was (he result of Joint forces  of the Vancouver Police and the RCMP.  (.  ! \               , :   ���     ���  ;.:                                              ' \  \ '                   .                .    ���   '���  1  .,  r__.___   J .._..' .  ���       ���'���/     "���  '        ��   .  "'.     ���.,: ,���__.-���  ^rrrr.--  -    . ���""  ","��� ":��� ���  ��   .  ,  v          ":  ��� ���         V   '  -_:-^=^.  '  -^r-- :.   :...:. -.._..__._���...���_.  --���-���v~y���; :   ;__.���r^...  "\       \ '  J.__...  v-������'���'  -���-7'-'; '   -\h: ���--���  ������-������.--,���  _.;.:.���__.-_...  \                '. ���   ���  ������\  ���       :'.  '.        ,          '                 \  "        '  ,____  ������.;���         -a ���   ���A*  .......   ...__..._  PageA-2  The Peninsula Times.  Wednesday, March 21,1979  Problems* minister* editor  ��M vanish in puff of smoke  "'"itVbe^a^M-TwSfwWfi^fig"' it is only a few part-timers who"are  music festival, Gibsons birthday   behind the protest,  celebrations, cross-country race and       He  walked  away  twice.   Case  local and regional goverments as   dismissed. Nothing more to say.  usual. Hardly gives one a chance tor���We'll* grant he was here- for-a  reflect on affairs.   v . celebration and not on a political  ���In-fact,-so -unreflective-haye 7we   foray .-We'll grant itrnaybewasn'tthe���|  beenjthat when we tried to zap a few   time to discuss problems  questions at Health Minister Bob  , McClelland at the Gibsons, birthday  party Saturday, we were treated'as:~.  though we were ethereal: No sub-  stance."_A mirage,.! Like- we weren't-  even there to have an image to  reflect. t       ���       .   ,  After all the letters written to him,,  meetings  between the  local ambulance    part-timers    and    the  Emergency Health. Services Com-  Biit ticked off we were when he  didn't seem to have the time of dajr  "for. our. ambulance service.   apology  rubberized  mission brass, minutes of meetings, ,  reports and non-reports, complaints  of patient care and response times .  that the locals have made, he says the  ^echelt_arei_is^etting good quality  ambulance service.  He says he has nothing to say,  With.that.kind of an attitude, we  can probably expect precious little  Response from, letters sent to him )>y7  the local part-tuners.-  - It's ah internal problem, we admit,  and maybe the press can'f do mhchto  smooth it out. It may go on ad  -nauseum.��� = =������  >    f    tM,.��jn] ���iBrrti. +J-+-* ��  J_.U__> <���>'���:>'>___  Anti-(rftf-1iorv3oani  ����EIM: jr..  UN  LS798132U  Ust week plotted. February-16, 1979-  .-_lS_79-;L?.rU._->{<  ONE  DOUAR  S."GA.NA.DAi  j**??*. THta nqtc ��s Lca*nrHt>rn        _cr_Biu.cL*__PJ_g_L^^__--_-_a_-j-l  i-^tS?  ONE  UN  DOLLAR  jCANAB  Editor, The Times,        -             -  Woe is me! Seems, like.the Sunshine  Boys have done it again. I refer here to the  ^rubberized" -apology -to-Mr.- Lee, as ��  printed in your paper.  Ffrsl^tiveyraFehofrconffdent; now~they���  have every confidence. Looks to me like  someone trying to fit a left-handed nut on a _  right-handed bolt. Speaking of nuts, this  seemingly ongoing comedy is opening a  whole vista of ideas, gadgets, and whatnot  in my mind.  Picture this if you will: The S.C.R.D.  steam engine ��� runs forward and reverse  at the same.time and requires no fuel; the  S.C.R.D. rocket ��� flies every which way  but up; the S.C.R.D. teeter-totter ��� both  ends go down at the same time then spring  ���up^gain,atJhe.same.timeudischarging.itS-._.  occupants in a graceful arc where they  meet at the center, knocking each other  out and spilling marblesall over the place;"  the S.C.R.D. ballot���marked YES and NO  in the same space.  Tell me, Mr. Editor, are they really  . trying to run the affairs" of this region, or  "afe'they justplayihg at It?"  . ���" . r ~--~ _ -_��� -___-_ _.Yourstruly, _  / ' f       J.E. Belanger  Coronary Care Units in hoppitals save  thousands of lives each year and were  pioneered by, Canadians.  Or maybe, like the minister would.  have.us believe, it's not thereat all,  and instead of talking about it, he'jl be,  like we -were ��� not there. Gone.  Disappearedr- J  We, the problem, and the minister  except he has had his reports from the   can all then vanish like the genie from  EHSC about the complaints and that   .the bottle ��� in a puff of smoke  Buried alive for 153 days with a man in  a two-foot-wide grave^ for Guinness9 sake  Reflections  Creatures of habit  By Vern Giesbrecht  At precisely 6:15 p.m., five days a  week, Percy Thambarajah emerged from  his room and walked to the bathroom for  his shower, a large white*towel draped,  over his right forearm, a shiny bar of soap  in his hand.  the routines he cheerfully followed.  The following summer, I quickly settled into the relaxed habits of. another  Victoria household, run in a seemingly  \ careless fashion by Faith Lort and her.  ' husband Jack.  My editor has asked for spiritual uplift  this week. That's dandy. Having visited a  lingerie store I find I can't afford any kind  of uplift. It is easy to understand why the  women's libbers banned the bra.   '  Actually it's been quite a week for  solidarity, sisterhood and love. International Women's Day produced a huge  and gala parade in Vancouver and a very  pleasant evening here.  The Iranian'women marched against  that old windbag they helped to elect and  got stoned again for their efforts. That  they had the courage to march at all is  awe-inspiring.  ��   ��   .  On the lighter side: Consider, the  position of that woman in the States who is  trying to break the 'Buried Alive' record  'ort-re^uinnessbookrH-shesurvives-the  required 153 days, her husband has  promised her a second honeymoon. He, I  proposed Eileen Glassford Theatre to that  crazy Arena. Here are some obvious facts:  Yes, the arena land was donated and that  donation raised surrounding land values to  a level profitable for many. No one-plans  to make a profit from th$ theatre. The  . arena had to be build and is aesthetically,  , an offence to the eye. The1 theatre is  ,' already built and it was beautifully land-  scraped by UBC architects to fit gloriously  into almost any landscape. It now sits on a  wooded lot at Horseshoe Bay taking  splendid advantage of the view and has  Who^Percy-and^hatisii^oing-ur The^Lortsr-both-retiredrlive^7  this column, you may be wondering. ,,      strange-looking two-storey structure  .. Percy   is   a   handsome,, smiling, above Cordova Bay.The.unkempt frttot,  ^Malaysian whoUvedacrc^jthe,|iall,frgfn/..-yard was .overrun fith; flowers,' jch^#/4.gather, beings, to the "promise Vher  me in Victoria several summers ago, tuid   trees and grass and part of Jack's pally"f. anything" school of male thought. He is  hot concerned that she is to be buried in  her two-foot-wide grave together with the  current male record holder. Now that'sga  real little attention grabber, particularly  when you pause to consider the sheer  physiological problems Involved ... and  we get cabin fever just from the winter  rains!  China has developed a birth control pill  for men. It is reputed to be 99 per cent  safe... but for whom? The men?  Trudeau   and   Carter   talked   in,  Washington last week for 90 minutes,  mostly about energy; The president talked  about brother Bill's energy and Pierre',  comlserated with Margaret's. I imagine.'  Overheard in Hawaii: "His vocabulary  Ls mean and Impoverished but entirely  adequate to express his thoughts."  Overheard in Roberts Creek: "I never  vote politically."  An old quote from the Roosevelt era  which reminds me o^ the building of arts  centres and theatres around here : "It's a  bit like watching an elephant get pregnant.  Everything ls done on a very high level  and there ls a lot of commotion but it will  be 22 months before anything happens."  ��        ��        ���  POSTSCRIPT  It seems necessary to refute a locally  written spurious comparison of the  a prime example of someone whose life is  ordered by comfortable and, perhaps  comforting routines.  We all have our habits, customs and  even rituals, though few of us follow the  procedures of some notoriously superstitious athletes, who won't leave the  locker room unless they've donned their  gear in certain order, spit on the floor,  rubbed the trainer's bald head, knocked on  the wall three times and stuck their gum  under the middle bench.  The habits we fall into are usually  much simpler ��� Jogging at seven every  morning, perhaps, or starting the day with  black coffee and a three-minute egg, or  watering a houseful of plants In clockwise  order, or dropping everything aj; 11 p.m.  for tea and toast and the National.  Visit any school on a regular basis and  you'll find that students and staff alike  follow routines other than those prescribed  by bells and timetables. Day'after day,  particular students will occupy the same  spots In the hall, loiter around the same,  lockers, sit in the same desks, wander  down the same hallway. It's as if they are -  drawn to their little corner of the school's  "turf" by a power they can't control. Or,  perhaps they stake ,out their territory  deliberately, finding security in returning  again and again to a familiar space.  Teachers, too, are creatures of routine,  in the staff room, in the classroom,  probably In their home lives as well. I had  a teacher who never seemed comfortable  when he talked unless he was carrying a  yardstick. Another Jiggled chalk in hla  right hand, occasionally tossing it  . playfully to Inattentive youngsters, and a  college professor Invariably gave his  lectures with Is elbow on the lectern, as if  it were glued there.  To get back to my friend Percy. In  addition to his showering routine, Percy  followed','VegiiuliF7ptwedureal'' for other  activities as well, such as eating, Though  ho prepared a great variety of rice dishes,  the main course was always accprnpanled  by four pieces of toast and a single apple,  cut into eight slices.  I sometimes wondered that summer if  Percy's serenity had anything to do with  THE PlEfNINSULA jfo#AB_V  Published Wednesdays al Sechelt  on II.C.'s Sunshine Const  by  The Penlnsiiln Times  lor WesitpY-x Publications Ltd.  ":        ' uisdci.eu;n;c. "* '   Hox310 ��� Sechelt, B.C.  V0N3A0-  Phone HHA-.12.il  ,_, ,���..��� QtUc(9,J).u.unk;.tlii3U.ULUiii ,���,��wwm  ( to 5 |i,m. Tues.-SiiL  Subscription Rules: (In lidviuico)  LochI, $7 per year. Beyond .15 miles, $8  U.&A., $10.'Overton SI 1.  routine ^involved resuming hi_T never-  ending battle with the encroaching Jungle.  Early each morning, Jack would fetch  his dog Cinderella from the mongrel's  quarters in < the basement stairwell and  allow himself to be pulled down to the  bench and back up the precipitous trail.  Then he'd have his own breakfast before  fixing ours: two boiled egges apiece,  always done Just right, bacon, toast with  his wife's homemade jam, and coffee.  We ate lin the dining room, each reading  a section of the Colonist. At 9 o'clock Jack  walked to to the end of the driveway for the  mail. He spoke In a perpetual whisper and  if there was mail for me he would announce this fact as it he were passing on  vital, top-secret, information.  I went off to classes then, and often  didn't see them until about 6:30, when I'd  find them In the TV room, arms around  each other, watching To tell The Truth.  Before bedtime, Jack walked the dog  again, muttering imprecations in hls  curious soft voice qs, Cinderella scuttled  eagerly out the door, sending the rug  flying.'"'^' '���'���;'.'"7. ������:' '���"  I hope he's still walking the dog morning and night, boiling the eggs Just right,  checking the mail at nine. Ih an often  unsettling world, it would be nice to know  that some things don't change.  Pacific Mrs. Lee wants  to knock Board heads  Edltpr, The Times,  , Your editorial "Long Night Hours" was  very close to the truth, it was a very close  call. It has ended on as stupid a note as It  began. I am-told you were in the Reg.  Board room when Charles Lee asked a  question on Recommendation No. 4 ���  "That when a vote of non-confidence is  taken it shall be (in the ability of the  Director to act as (^airman of a Committee".  The Reg. Board press release says  "a motion resulting, in Charles TUe  resigning from tho Chairmanship of the  Finance Committee was in no way a  reflection on his personal Integrity,  honesty or ability III hla discharge of his  duties as the Chairman of this Committee". So what was the motive? Malice  In Blunderland? All this against a man  who receives respect'in Ottawa, Victoria,   frmMirn^    t have the reputation of being a quiet,   to you cartoonist who gave us a good belly  pacific woman; hut for myself and many   hiugh, and caused some Board members  mentioned above, Indicate the asslnlne  legal corner into which they have pointed  themselves. We need a couple of Harry  Ranking or Tom Cossetts around here.  As one proud to be his wife, secretary  and confidant of 45 years, I wish he would  tell the Reg. Board to go take a flying Jump  (I happen to know a few naughtier words I  would rather have used) but I am afraid he  will continue to do what he promised tho  people who elected him. Hud he not been  so maddeningly ethical ho could have set  them by the e����rs about quite a few things  whilst they were trying to debase him.  May I tiay thank you to tho writers of 50  letters, 8040 phono callers, the myriad  grCoters on the ferries and streets, to  unsolicited donors of |943, and especially  to 82-year-roung lady who sent hor  "widows mite" of $1.50 (all returned), Tho  22 attestors to statements, to you Mr.  Editor tor your caution and rcatmint,,and  more of my sex who' have phoned or  spoken to mo, wo would like to go down to.  UuitdmunoUBoaidandhnackafewDcatL.  together. When will they leartj that the  world Is round ana the garbage they throw  at Charles Lee In the East has come back  to sock it to them from the West, The two  silly little statement*) made by tho Board  to go into a tizzy.  Hopefully on this specific point we may  .��� L1!^^!!!^^^ jourjjgopus Jack Morahall.  From  Charles  Leo's  most  ardent  supporter of what his intelligence, and  conscience prompts him to do.  Mrs. Charles Leo,  only to be barged to Gibsons.  The Arena was a private money-  making venture. The theatre is not.  The Arena is miles out of the way over  such stupid roads (no bus service) that the  majority of peninsula children who would  use it, cannot.  The Arena is recreational to benefit a  few. The theatre is planned to be  educational and to benefit many.  Mr. Boothroyd's Twilight Theatre is  almost impossible to use for live theatre as  the stage is too narrow even with the  screen pushed back and there is absolutely  ho allowance for backstage movement or  props.  If enthusiastically handled, Peninsula  theatrical ventures will benefit the  children by improving their communication skills and will be a huge tourist  attraction. (Niagara-on-the-Lake attracts  thousands with its annual Shaw Festival).  To attempt to make a comparison  between the Arena and the proposed  theatre in Gibsons is unthinking and just  plain dull. ���Marcia Poultice  Ch. 9 helps  iMU-euitui^al  A barn seems a strange place to eat  dinner, but that's how it is at the HARVEST EATING HOUSE in North-Vancouver. Large pine and cedar beams bring  a strength and majesty to this solid barn  style building. The warm glow of the open  fireplace sends long dancing shadows  across the spacious ground floftr and up  the wooden steps to the balcbny. That  rings this open rustic area. The dim light  of basket lamps throw warm pools of  yellow on the oak tables and chairs at each  dining spot. '  Blue jeans and checkered shirts seem  in place along with farmyard paraphernalia and milk churns full of dried baby's  breath, ferns and other countryside herbs.  You're kept in the mood of. country life by  the hot whole wheat., bread and extravagant tray of fresh vegetables and  salad brought to your table before the  main course. The menu is small and what .  the food lacks in spices and flair, it makes  up for in freshness and quantity. Mugs of  steaming hot coffee and home-made pie  round off this country feast.  I was told, to my amazement, that the  building was just "a few years old and not  as it seems, a 19th century relic of the past.  I was also fortunate enough to be seated in*  the far corner of the ground floor dining  room and able to watch the beehive of  activity around the open salad kitchen and  small pub style lounge called THE  SNUGGERY.  ��� The youthful staff bring added  freshness and spirit to your dining, so for a  good home cooked meal in town, try the  HARVEST.  flow  your  Editor, The Times:  As provincial chairman for the. Lions  Easter Seal Appeal, I would like to take  this opportunity to tell people how their  Easter Seal dollars work,  In a few days your Lion Easter Seal  chairman will mall out thousands of envelopes to the people in your vicinity.  Those envelopes will not only contain the  Easter Seals-, but also a letter signed by  me explaining where the money Is spent. I  would like to ask you sincerely, to please  read It and mall your donation today,  The Lions have been looking after  handicapped children through the Easter  Seal Appeal for 32 years. With the Easter  Seal dollars you have entrusted to us for  tile welfare of handicapped children, wo  have been able to work miracles and make,  thousands upon thousands of handicapped  children smile.  We h^flbeen able to provide U5!Easter  Seal; PfljftBj three Easter Seal camps,  Easter ��eal House In Vancouver which is a  home-away-from-home, for all the han-\  dlcapped children in B.C. and the Yukon'  and hundreds of direct patient care  benefits.  Thank you for donating. And thank you,  Mr. Postman, for seeing that Easter Seal  mail gets delivered on time and in good  shape. And thank all of you in tho news  media for helping us tell our story about  the handlcapppd children in British  Columbia and the Yukon. And particularly  "thank you" for printing this.  "" " '"" "    J" Sincerely,  i    '       TomTait,  Provincial Easter Seal chairman  Moved tourist booth  Editor, Tho Times:  As you may have noticed, the tourist  ;.,' Information booth has been moved from  the Langdale ferry terminal to the Sunnycrest Mall. But there ls more than moots  the eye I Tho Gibsons and District  Chambor of Commerce la establishing a  business Information access office. So,  now in addition to the tourist Information  pamphlets, you will find a variety of  government publications pertaining to  a-^��^,iJmJ*Mmmm':^A&mmweA eWBiWw" i w***5w��ftfpaw*'*'W'*Mi^ ^���������-nitKwttfwi'V'  dustrlal venture and will gladly give you  any literature you may need to start a  business of your own.  The Chamber would also like to give its  sincere thanks to Garry Mundell of J.B.  Excavating, Barry Reeves and tho Gibsons Building SuppUes gwig for moving  the booth to Its present location, to  Lambert Electric for hooking up the hydro  and to Charles English and Anne Gurney  for organizing the move,  ScousaoonutUioGlbaanaCliaii-berof  'WW Chamber, through the Ministry of Commerce Information Centre!  Tourism and Smalt Business Develop- dllwbha&DistBct  irient, will be more than willing to help Chamber of Commerce  answer any questions you niay have Information Co-ordlnator  concerning your small business or in- Maria Vlsser  void .here  DeanSIivMadam:  I haVe heard that there is a very strong  possiblity that We of the Sunshine Coast  (Gibsons, Sechelt, B.C. etc.) will not be  able to receive P.B.S. Channel 9 when the  Victoria channel begins transmitting on  April 1 this year. \   I don't know if you are aware of the  cultural void that Channel 9 helps to fill in  this isolated area. We are situated near  Vancouver, but Vancouver is accessible  only by an expensive ferry ride and a  subsequent car drive at the Vancouver end  which makes many cultural excursions  impractical, particularly evening ones.  While C7B.C. is a vehicle for some  Canadian artists and culture, P.B.S. gives  more coverage on the international scale,  with performance coming "Live from the  Met" and "Lincoln Centre"; per- ���  formances such as Horowitz, Sutherland  etc. etc., not to mention international  productions of plays and films. I could go  on 7..  Many of my friends in this area have  said they will cease their cablevision  subscription if Channel 9 is no longer being  received.  If you wish a petition drawn up by  people with the same feelings as myself, I  will oblige by sending you a list of many  names. To whit, "That we, as residents of  the Sunshine Coast, deplore the removal of  Channel 9 from the Coast Cablevision .  system".  While I am writing this letter, I should  also mention that the reception of C.B.C.  FM both on cable and without, is very poor  In this area and often unlistenablc. I'm  sure you aro aware of the C.B.C.'s differences in programming on AM and FM  stations, sq I don't have to air my  grievances about that subject. There is no  other radio station that provides the same  type of programming as C.B.C. FM.  Josephine A. Hammond,  Gen. Del. Gibsons, B.C.  Elphie parent  group formed  Editor, The Times,  A Parents Advisory Committee has  been formed at Elphinstone Secondary  School. It will bo holding Its first meeting  Wednesday, March 21 at 7:30 p.m. In  Room 107. There will bo a selection of a  chairperson, ond some specific work will  be done on helping develop' n statement  listing tho objectives tho school should  havolh ed^catlhg its student. '""���"  If any parents who missed the original  planning meeting would like to attend they  nre more than welcome.  Yourstruly,   ~*���- ��� ���-- ""BXBouiton, ��� ���  '���" ���-'���"<-"-"���-��� ���      -"Principal  |     ShopCanadian    ]  B*AmWAmmmm%m%AmmmmWmmmmmmmmm^  mm m  . ^  Court briefs  Youth with "colossal  V   ,._,_*  ' i *��  on his shoulder"  .In  sentencing two teenagers  in  _ Provincial. Court last .week;__9ne__was_.  ��� described as having a''colossal chip on his  shoulder" due to his family background.  Judge S.R. Romilly indicated he was, going  by previous court cases involving young  people and would emphasize  rehabilitating and reforming them rather  than deterring others from crime,   Floyd William Woods, 18, and Ronald  William Gibson, 18, pleaded guilty to  charges of breaking and entering  European   Motors   and   committing  "mischiefsby wilfully damaging tr-puhlie-  telephone belonging to B.C. Tel.   Both Gibson and Woods were given the-  mandatory one day in jail. Woods was  fined $500 for breaking and entering and  $150 for committing .mischief. Gibson  received a $250 fine for the, first offence  arid $50 for the second. -        Woods'and Gibson were found inside  European Motors in Wilson Creek approximately 12:35* a.m. March 7 after  pojice investigated a report that two  youths were seen in the vicinity.  Police found a pane of glass in the  garage door had been broken to gain en?.  try- _        _   _   Police-entered the' building^ano^found  Woods hiding beside the cigarette machine  ^and Gibson in the women's washroom,.  Crown prosecutor Hugh McCallum sald7  There appeared to be extensive  damage to the cash register, which was  thrown to the floor and to' the cigarette  machine. A telephone receiver was found  ih Gibson's pocket and he indicated Woods  -was-"partially responsible"-for the  damage to the public telephone across the  street, McCallum said. Both were extremely intoxicated.  Gibson's defence lawyer Robert Haley  - asked-Judge Romillyto-consider-a-con--  ditional discharge since Gibson had never  -been-in trouble before. ---  "Mr. Gibsons said he did not participate in any damage in the interior (of  European Motors)," Haley said.."He said,  this is the first and last time he will be  before the courts." -  Griff Lane, acting on behalf of Woods,  said Woods was a young man who feels  "life has not given him much of a break or  chance in achieving any success."  These feelings, stemming from an  unfortunate family background, have  given him  "a  colossal chip  on  his  Jshoulder," he said. ^  :���-Bespiti^a^rwious^uvertaeHrao-ti^  Layne said, since Woods left school af the  beginning of Grade 10,s he has worked,.  continuously and has a responsible em- "  ployment record. 7  Layne said this sentence would be "the  turning point in this young man's life." If  sentenced to prison, "this man is.about to  enter a revolving door," Layne said.  After speaking with Woods, Layne said,  he considered a suspended sentence on  condition Woods seeks and obtains employment outside the influences of this  area would bejhe most beneficial.   'Prdhatio-Toff leer" Neil" Mackenzie","  giving an oral report to the court, said  "WoodsappearedqUite upset that Gibson  had cooperated with the police and said he  would like to "break the little rat's head."  "That's no out of character for him,"  Layne said.  judge Romilly said it was clear that  Gibsons was the follower in the offences  and that Wood's was the more  sophisticated having been involved with  the police and courts on a number of occasion.  Nicholson is  Ofc^&i  O^tf**  CAR CASSETTE STEREO  PLAYER WITH AUTO-EJECT  SK 308  REG. $109.95  s^   $9995  14 WATT POWERFUL  CAR CASSETTE  STEREO PLAYER sk 309  REG. $119.95    ��__A&    $1 AC95    CAR CASSETTE PLAYER  V*    '        JLVV WITH AUTO REVERSE sk 770  ��EGr$15935  SALE  50  $13��  I Jensen  151A"  I Stereo Speaker Kit  L  ((,)!  J&C ELECTRONICS  Radio/hack  authorized Sales Centre*  20 oz. MAGNET  REG. $64.95        SALE  -GowrleSt., Sechelt, B.C.  Box 1208  885-2568  rogue-outlaw  in'Goin South'  Jack Nicholson is both star and director .  of "Goin' South", a delightful western  comedy in which he portrays a rougishly  charming outlaw with relish. Condemned  to hang, he is saved by a country ordinance stating, that a single, property-  holding femal may save him by marrying  him. Newcomer Mary Steenburgen invokes   the   ordinance   and   takes   on  Nicholson and then the fun begins. She '  marries him only to help her work in an ,  old, abandoned gold mine, but he feels he  is entitled to the privileges of a husband.  Nicholson carries the film with his  light-hearted moments and hilarious incidents in the screenplay by John Herman  Shaner, Al Ramrus, Charles Shyer and  Alan Mandel. Nicholson's direction is deft.  He has shown improvement since his first  directorial effort, "Drive, He Said", in  1971.    ;  Steenburgen, a real find, keeps pace  with him in the acting department, which  aj&v no  small  feat.   John  Belushi,   of  ���^^tim^^Ni^tjjUYe"; fame and more  ) recently in "National Lampoon's Animal  House", has a relatively small role.  Co-produced by  Harry  Gittes  and  Harold Schneider, the feature was  photographed in Metrocolor by Nestor  Almendros On^oeaWon-in-BurangOy-  Mexico.  Jack Nicholson, Mary Steenburgen,  Christopher Lloyd, John Belushi, Veronica  Cartwright, Jeff Morris.  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SuperValu  mrnm  in  tomato  sauce  Capri  l��I_i-|l|��T_TllT  TISSUE  4 roll pack  No  Name  INSTANT  COFFEE  6 oi. jar  TOMATO  PASTE  51   2 oi  tin  Devon Standard  CREAM  CORN  Venice  Dakory  CRUSTY ROLLS  pack of 1 3  Ovon  f t es h  white or 80"r,  W.W,  BREAD  1  York    '   frozen  chicken,   beef,  turkey  Maxwell   House  283 gm |ar  Ellisons  >  20 Ib. bag  No  Name  PAPER  TOWELS  2 roll pack  DETERGENT  POWDER  6 litre bo v  Dipper  CAKE MIX  Mrs.  Willmnns  APPLE TURNOVER  16 oi  loaves  IE  Oven  r-iesli  BRAN MUFFINS  POTATOES B.C. No. 2 white ea  MEDIUM ONIONS  Can No. I Ontario  LONG ENGLISH CUCUMBERS b.c.'Grown  GARDEN LIME  20 kg bng  99  lbs. .69  ea. -99  ta. J._ A*/  I I I I I I  1 IHIMIIH III lllllllllll IN III ���:.-;-��� \.  HB Rec Comm March report  PageA-4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, March 21,1979  Gibsons glimpses  11  High calibre .festival"  by Marion Alsager, 886-2458.  In the words of Mrs. Prescesky, "this  has been a very successful festival. Many  delightful and exciting things happened  and there was a high caUbre of per-  formin^s?' AlotaT oT2T plaq��es"were  Ife'sTntel^^ffie^atiirdiarHonors'Per-  checked your place for fire hazards  recently?  LAND-LOCKED  Terry and :Jenny Amiel were off to  T_adiverfOTthel^kendto^visit-Bonnie  jUTf^fyC^TKrTfyes'lih^therro^^  formance in the Elphinstone gym.  , really missing Gibsons and the ocean in  The Sunshine Coast Arts Council   their new land-locked location but the  donated three $50 money prizes which   central site is necessary to Jim's travels  were awarded to people who live on the   as a Bank of Montreal inspector.  \ Peninsula and who are under 19 years of   karl HOME SOON.  age at the decision of the festival com-       -His young Wends in the OAP will be  - mittee. gjadto hear that octogenarian Karl Fraser  '<���"* Two participants have been recom-   will soon be home from St.  Mary's  Amended to proceed to the Provincial   Hospital. Callers Will be greeted by .his  'Festival to be held late June at New   temporary hostess, niece Betty Smith  By PEGGY CONNOR  -The March meeting of-the flalfmoon  Bay Recreation Commission was held  March 12 at the Welcome Beach Community hall.. ].; .1  New, chaiiroan Steve Doughty announced thenext -dahceTior-the ,adult_  recreation-will beTMarch-31���at the  Welcome Beach Hall at $5 a couple, tickets  -iabe available tomembers until March 20,  then open to others. Phone Donna Perry  _forJlcketsj��tJ!8W742-^ ^ ;   The Easter Egg Hunt for the  youngsters will be Easter Sunday at 1:30  p.m. instead of Saturday. Rhonda Lavinge  will chair this event. Her phone number is  885-5409 for those wishing to add their  name to the helper's list or for other information. There will be more information  on this and other scheduled programs at  the April 9 meeting at the Welcome Beach  Hall.  BonnieSemotiuk wished to.discontinue~-  big success. The Commission donated 50  -dollars to aid-in-the program.^   The Jim Cooper Memorial Fund now  stands at $402.34 and plans to increase this  amount are under way. When sufficient  funds are available, an athlete from the  Sunshine Coast will benefit each year.  RC hosp aux  The Roberts Creek hospitaljauxiliary  -as vice-chairman but-not asMJireetorpBob'  Beaupre will be the vice-chairman.  Beaupre will also head the Parks  Committee and is looking for fellows to  help, first with the surveying of park 1623.  His phone number is 885-3531.  Bonnie reports the playtime group of  mothers and wife-school children held at  the Welcome Beach Hall Wednesday is a  monthly meeting was held March 12 at St.'  Adrian's Hall.  Meeting was opened by a poem read by  our president Pauline Lamb. There were  20 members present. Emily Homer was  welcomed as a new member.  It was decided to hold our Christmas  bazaar Nov. 10 at Roberts Creek. Community Hall.  Fifteen volunteers worked 70 hours  during.the.last mpnth._  77___.  =ThursdayrApril-19-is-the-Friendship =  Tea hosted by the Gibsons Auxiliary to be  held at Roberts Creek Community Hall, so  let's have a bumper turnout���from 1:30 to  3:30, Peggy Ferguson is the guest speaker.  Members have been asked for their  Nabob coupons.  Next meeting is at St. Adrian's Hall  April 9. Hope to have a good turnout.  COAST  885-9316  Box 851  SeoheHv B.C.  C. J. CAIDWB1  - STEAM CLEANING  - PRESSURE WASHING  - SAND BUSTING  - INDUSTRIAL PAINTING  CLEANING  Westminster; they are Laurie Townsend,  violinist,    and-   Steven    Prescesky,  iEiiphoniu-_L.Solo._Laurie is_a_grade_JSL  V  student attending Elphinstone and Steven  is 12 years old and in Grade 7.  Congratulations to bottji of you and good  luck at the Provincial level.  Mrs. Prescesky would like to thank all  the people who helped with the festival ahd  the whole community for supporting it.  And of course, there would not be a festival  without competitors. This year's entrants,  were more and better than previous  years!  MOVING  Moving from Williamsons Landing  after many years residence are ex-RCMP,  ex-Canfor man Steve (Mike) Stevens and  B.C. Ferries' gal, wife Rosalind. They  semi-retire to a house in Delta and we wish  them good luck in their new neighborhood.  SNOW TO FENCE POSTS  . Down to the Coast for a few days,  Godfrey and Denisd Robinson feasted  their eyes on green grass and spring  flowers. "We're still up to our fence-posts  in snow at Prince George," Godfrey tells*  us. (Who says this isn't really the Sunshine  Coast). " ''���*".  FIRE SET : L_J   from Hawaii,  OOPS  -Oops-sorry, we would4ike-to~correct  last week's article on the Girls' Volleyball  games, they placed fifth not 15th at the  B.C. Winter-Games.  Eva Webb is back in Gibsons, staying  with the Oswalds.Jto heard that she has  decided to move from Victoria back to  Gibsons. She missed her many friends and  the Sunshine Coast.  The fireworks display on Friday night  was sanctioned by the Canadian Coast  Guard. ' ,  GREASE DAY  It was "Grease Day" on Friday, in case  you wondered why there were so many  greasey looking kids wandering around.  Diane Johnson last Tuesday entertained for luncheon school class mates  Colleen Procknow, Virginia Alsager,  Karen Tosczak and Denise Lee.  THEATRE DANCE  April 7th is the tentative date set for a  fund raising dance in aid of the Eileen  Glassford Memorial Theatre,.  FOOD  We were, told that there could be two  new specialty restaurants in Gibsons. The  Tides will be under new management and   ���For every eligible man,woman ���.���  and child in the province:  5 FREE SHARES IN THE   BRITISH COLUMBIA RESOURCES  INVESTMENT CORPORATION.  The Monday evening fire visible from  almost every lower Gibsons location was a  set fire, a practice for the diligent  volunteer department It should never-  raeless serve as a reminder to all of us How  grim a house fire can be. Have YOU  the Dogwood will be enlarging ,their  premises.  TEACHERS GO    ,. .,   , ._, ju.  Where do all the '^eachers go Tuesday..  from 5 to 8 p.m.? They go to GleneaglesNo  study methodology.  Pender Harbour happenings  Lions Club Casino Night  by Doris Edwardson 883-2308  You will share in 81% of  Canadian Cellulose.  You will share in oil and gas  exploration rights in  northeastern B.C.  You will share in 10% of  Westcoast Transmission.  You will share in 100% of  Kootenay Forest Products and  Plateau Mills.  Ownership of our resource industries should  be in the hands of individual British  -Columbians Jo-encourage-this trpnd-j/out-  ���., The Pender Harbour Lions Club Casino  Night will be held in the PH Community  Hall on Saturday, March 24 from 7:30 p.m.  until midnight. Admission is $2 per  person, no minors allowed. There will be  many prizes, $200 cash prize for lucky door  ticket &nd prizes will be awarded for the  best costumes. Riverboat, early 20s or gay  90s honky tonk or gold rush days type of  costumes are requested.  Those little pink eyed mousies will be  there waiting for you to bet on the hole  they are not going to go down. There will  be crown and anchor, odd or even, black  Jack and other games of chance. This is  always a fun filled evening. There will be  hot dogs and refreshments. Ideas for  costumes ��� Diamond LU, saloon girl  clothes, Charleston era, Rockettes, etc.  For men ��� saloon bartender, Old Doc,  miners, Diamond Jim, Daniel Boone, etc.  WEDDING ANNIVERSARY  'Last week I omitted the date of when  tite open house was to be for Ida and  Golden Llddle'sOOth wedding anniversary.  It will be on March 31 at the RC Legion  Hall from 1:30 to 4:30, They are hoping  their guest of honour ELsa Warden will be  present.  PENDER HARBOUR LIBRARY  ..wJfte .Jftgpjfei:.lj(RiJ^wM).rjwy.._.)ii|B.  acquired more space and more shelves  ana>s a result will be able to have a larger  selection of books as soon as other small  changes are made. This extra space was  made available by the PH (immunity  Club and the library Is much brighter as  well as larger.  FASHION SHOW  The Ladies Auxiliary'to Br. 112 RC  Legion will be holding a Fashion Show on  April 21 at the PH Community Hall at  12:30, Tickets are $3, Includes luncheon  and admission and are available at the  Legion. More about this later.  SUPPORT YOUR SWIM CLUB  Parents are requested to take an Interest and attend this very Important  ''"meetf^~aiP^  Meeting Is' at the Madeira Park  Elementary School Library, March 22.  Time: 7 p.m. Further Information, contact  Shirley Morrison, 863-2252.  '^THE'WATER"WA8COLD  ^��� ^ had I  close call with the cruel sea last Thursday,  He had been sports fishing and aa he  stepped  onto  Ruth Shafer's  dock  In  \  Bargain Harbour the swell from a passing  boat tipped the wharf and sent Nell flying  into the water. He weights about 225 lbs.,  had heavy clothes on and has rheumatoid  arthritis and all this was preventing him  from getting out of the water.  He started screaming for help and  finally when he realized he was close to  drowning, Ruth Shafer came to her window, saw what was happening, phoned  Jim Fraser and he went to help Neil. Alex  Berg had to help Jim get Neil from the  water.  Neil wishes to thank his friends for  saving his life, as another few minutes he  would have drowned.  BELATED GREETINGS, ALICE  FRASER  Alice Fraser, Lagoon Road, had a  family reunion on her 80th birthday. She  was born In Wales. Family members  helping celebrate were son Ron and wife  Jackie, Burnaby, son Norman Wilson,  Madeira Park, son Cliff and wife Marion,  Chemanlus, son Pat Wilson and wife  Marlon, Toronto.  SPRING CARNIVAL  Spring Carnival at the PH Secondary  School. Time 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. Date - March  21, fun for all ages, 35 different booths.  ..PRIZES,��� PWZES and more PRIZES.  TID BITS .  Cleopatra, formerly the Lions Club  Lamb four years ago, Is now the proud ewe  of two baby lambs at Fran and Alfle  Lajlara.  Phyllss Brown was the lucky winner of  the Jackpot at tho PH Community Club St.  Patrick's Bingo.  government is offering five free shares in the  recent-formed Bntish Columbia Resources  Investment Corporation to every eligible  resident of our province Following are  answers to th? most important questions  concerning this unique offer���  Who is eligible?  Every person who has lived in B.C for the  past year���and who holds or has qualified  and applied for Canadian citizenship���is  eligible for five free shares in B C RIC  ThoseT^Tyears ot age and over should apply  for shares on their own behalf. For children  under 16, application should be made by the  mother or guardian. Infants, born In B.C. on  or before June 15, 1979 and resident here -  since birth, also qualify for, free shares.  Application, again, should be made by the  mother br guardian.  Free shares are also available to those  ordinarily resident in B.C. who have been  temporarily absent from the province during  the 12 months Immediately preceding the  offer, provided such persons are  otherwlse'ellglble.  What do B.CR.I.C.  shares represent?  The B.C. Resources Investment Corporation  Is the holding company for shares held by the  province In a variety of.BC, resource  Industries and enterprises, B.CR.I.C. holds  81% of the common shares of Canadian  Cellulose,. 100% of the common shares of  Kootenay Forest Products and Plateau Mills,  10% of the common shares of Westcoast  Transmission, plus oil and gas rights In a vast  area of northeastern B.C.���Investments  transferred at a value of over $151 million.  B.C.R.I..C. shares represent partial ownership  of this whole range of enterprises,  How can I apply?  Application forms ore available at banks, trust  companies, credit unions and Investment  dealers throughout B,C, When making  application, you must present turn of the  following pieces ol Identification: a) driver's  licence; b.) Social Insurance card; c) Medical  Plan card, If you are 65 years of aye or over,  a Pharmacare card Is sufficient proof  of Identity,  Mothara or guordlans.fcpplylng (or chlldrun  under 16 are required to furnish only a  medical plan number or n blrlli certificate (or  such children, Young people, 16 nnd over,  &.->-  who have not yet obtained such identification,  may establish their identity by presenting their  -birtb-certificate-or-otber-acceptable-identifica-���  tion���m person���at the office of their local  Government Agent (or. in the Lower  Mainland,,at Jheur.local Motor Vehicle  Branch office) __t  Those unable to. apply in person may  delegate a suitable individual to act on tfieir  behalf���that person must utilize a Power of  Attorney form, available where applications  are made  t  When does the offer  expire? "  What if my shares are lost  or stolen?    To take advantage of the free share offer, you  must submit your application by June 15,,  1$79. Should there be extenuating circumstances���absence from the province  during the application period, for  example���an appeal may be made to the  Ministry of Finance by September 30, 1979.  When do I receive my  shares?  Distribution of free shares by B.CRJ.C, will,  begin Immediately after British Columbia Day,  August 6, 1979, The person making  application has until September 30, 1979 to  pick up the shares where application  was made.  Can I buy additional  shares?  Yes. If you qualify (or free shares, you have  the option of purchasing up to 5,000  additional shares at a price substantially below  their underlying value, This price will be  specified on your application form,  No individual or corporation may own more  than 1% of the voting shares of B.CRJ.C.  (although pension funds may own up to 3%),  Corporations and pension funds, however,  are not allowed to participate in the Initial  share Issue,  Will I be able to sell  my shares?  Yes, Slock market trading In shares Is  expected lo commence shortly after the  distribution dale , , , and at this point, a  "market value" will bo established, However,  It Ih hoped that a majority of British'  Columbians will not only retain, but enlarge,  thulr iharu holdings. In this way. they will .   .  participate directly In the continued expansion  ol our resource Industries, while ensuring that  Control ol these Industries remains In B.C,  The free shares will be "bearer" shares���in  other words, owned by and saleable by the  bearer, and not registered to any individual -  Therefore, there is no protection; against loss ^-  'ortheV'However, each blockof lOQ��[i_res   ~7**T'  or more will be registered in the rfarhe of an  individual share-holder (and thus protected)  Because registenng takes additional time,  persons planning to purchase blocks of shares  for registration should submit their applications as early as possible. Note only the  holders of registered shares will be eligible to  vote on company matters and receive  -finandahnfoTmation-and other communications from the company.  How will B.CR.I.C. use  its money?  All money invested in the B.C. Resource  Investment Corporation will be used to  further its investment objectives, including,  ' the development of resource industries within  British Columbia.  Other questions?  For further Information on the (ree share  offer���or about B.CR.I.C,���contact: B.C,  Government Public Information. In  Vancouver, phone 873-3455, In Victoria,  phone 387-6121,  In other areas, Information Is available  through your local Government Agent.  r  APPLY NOW AT BANKS,  TRUST COMPANIES,  CREDIT UNIONS,  INVESTMENT DEALERS  THROUGHOUT  BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Province of  British Columbia  New titles in our Hallmark Bookshelves, browse awhile when you next  come ih. ��� Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  APPLICATIONS FOR B.C. RESOURCES  INVESTMENT SHARES AT  Sunshine Coast Credit Union  COWRIE STREET, SECHELT  m+imm��0MmmmMmm  PHONE885-3744 _. The .regular_meetlng oi_ the , Sechelt  7voteof thaidc. .Jtjssuch ajftjMsurej when,  Hrallfliffilui-lW to Ifave" someone  ^feM ^d^rrangoourlovely flowers^  Many thanks again to those who, from  time-to-time, donate paperback books to  the hospital library service. At. the  moment we could use a few more fiction  books and the children could use gome  comics and picture books. Can you help?  Margaret Humm wonder_t if you have  extra coat hangers? She is making interesting items from them for our bazaar.  Call her at 885-2840.  We plan to hold a Christmas Gifts  Bazaar November 24. More about, this  later.  - Our next meeting will be held at 2 p.m.  Thursday, April 12 in St. Hilda's Hall.  Sechelt notes  s  By Peggie Connor; 885-9347  Wednesday, March 21,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageA-5  KOK, AAOORBY, KOWBLCIK & CO,  Certified General Accountants  JOHN W. MQORBY; C.G.A. Resident Partner  BUSINESS-885-3511 Residence - 885-2498  Hilda's Hall.  ��� President Chris Ward opened the  meeting at K p.m."and welcomed 28  members, two visitors and new member,  Judy Steele.    _���     _ :  ��� Reports were given by the various  chairmen and showed that all areas are  working well. The quilting meetings are a  huge success and the quilt is progressing  very well. It is hoped' to have it ready for  first prize in a three-part raffle with the  winning ticket to be drawn at the September meeting. Members extended a  sincere vote of ��� thanks to Charlie Humm  for making the quilting frame for us.  Peggy Connor gavea report of the very  "successful-VtJlunteers^uncheonHThe-  reports were excellent and so was Ian  Hunter who gave a most interesting talk.  Members are reminded that the wind-  iin Rridee Partv will beheld April'6 at 7:30  in St. Hilda's Hall. All bridge players are  . invited.    . ___ .._" .-     7  ----"  Our Annual Spring Luncheon will be  held on Thursday, June 7 in the Senior  Citizens' Hall from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.  Members.are asked to be ready to contribute food and their services on that  date.  Peggy Connor has volunteered to .take  ~The excitement 6T TimlBwHOays fir  "already in'W'aTFandTTf you haven't  ��� caughtawhiffofityetitakeadeep breath.  - Wie_ introductoryrdance-will- beheld  May 12 at Sechelt Legion Hall. Last year,  .tickets were sold out before the night of  revelry ��� just a tip of those planning on-  attending.  The May Queen nominees are chosen  and now is the time to pick your Timber  Queen. Special events chairman Kathy  Acton, assisted by Lucy Chrismas, need  four more teams to complete the number  needed for the special events. Teams take  part in different events such as badminton, volleyball, baking, cribbage,  Jtttidge, darts, floats In. parade, and more <  Afield events^ =���.���:^-^^==-==*-==*  over the chairmanship ofthe Flower Care  Service in the hospital. The members gave  Maureen Hall, the former chairman who  has served long and faithfully, a sincere  Ian not "Dr."  jjft has. been brought to _ our. at.  tention, that Ian Hunter, head  physiotherapist at Str���Mary's  Hospital, was erroneously called  "Dr." under two photos in which he  appeared in last week's Community  Report section.  He is chartered physiotherapist  and does not use the designation  "Dr."  The Times stands corrected.  Total points gathered from each event  declare the winning organization or group  and their contestant becomes Queen of the  Timbers...  ^ The theme, this year being the Year of  the Child," will be -Nursery- Rhyme*  providing excellent opportunity to let the.  imagination run wild.    .Chairman this.year will be Carl  Chrismas, assisting chairman will be Jim  Downes, secretary Nancy Downes, Kathy  Acton _qhairman..__f. ihe .special events,  Dorothy Goeson and Sandra Cavalier will  organize the May Queen contest and float,  Twas jfantastic,tfie inusl^a-f by tapes of  WaUey's'Disco^j|fl^~(Umceahnf tunes."  Corsages were presented to the ladies at  the door. The committee who worked very  hard to make it go are most grateful to all  who helped, particularly those who  donated the grand gifts, and those^^vho  helped by advertising.  The committee for the Save Our Arena  Plan are Larry Reardon, Jane Loewen,  Nora Robinson, Rod Moorcroft, Chuck  Brown and Shirley Apsouris. They are to  be highly commended for all their efforts  and they are not finished yet. There is a  raffle on the go now at one dollar a ticket,  with first prizes of two. Longines watches,  lady's and man's digital watches valued at  ^IWOrswoM prlze^ljj^^  dock. Watch for ticket sales in the mall  and other Sechelt businesses. ���  Winners of the grand prizes'at the last  event were: Lynn Moorcroft a mooching  rod, Doris Housley a coffee maker, Helen  Phillips a mooching rod, Kent Orp_rT$50 in  _ LPSyJLniLRennie a mooching rod, Lee  Richard a Sony radio, pick' Clayton  regulation football, Leone Leech a  mooching rod, Ann Pressley a lady's  watch, Tom Gory a watch, John Bodnarek  a 7%" Skil Saw; Jack Braithwaite $200,  -Nora Robinson Longines watch. These  March 21 ��� Spring Carnlvol, Ponder Harbour High School, 4-9 pm,  Everyone come & welcome Spring)  March 21 ���Annual Meeting & Election of Officers of Roberts Creek  Community Ass'n. Hall, 8 pm.  March 21 ��� Horizon Theatre Co. meeting, Roberts Creek school gym, 8  pm.  March 21 ��� Family Library & Storytime, Wilson Creek Comm Hall, 11:30-1.  Storytlme at noon.  March 22 ��� Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting, Wilson Ck Comm Hall, 8:30  _ , P.gi.-Calj JL85.2896:or_B_36-_}39.4._ '        __.  _ _  LAWN BOY MOWERS  A whole new generation of Lawn-Boy   '  mowers with 20% to 30% more useable  power: ' -  "Sales & Service Centre"  TRAIL BAY SPORTS LTD.  Sunnycrest Center, Gibsons 886-8020'  Cowrie St. Sechelt 885-2512  Did you get  Unemployment  insurance  in I978r  If so?you have probably  received a tax information slip .  (T4U) inthemail.  \bu need it for your tax retunir-  If the slip hasn't arrived, you can ,  apply in person...  If you didn't get a T4U, go to your local  Canada Employment Centre (Unemployment Insurance or Manpower Services).  Ask for a request card to apply for duplicates. Give the completed card) with some  identification (like a credit card or driver's  license), to the information counter clerk.  The clerk will certify and send it otTfor  you. You'll get your duplicate slip in time to  file your tax return.  or by mail...  Phone or write yojar local Canada Employment Centre (Unemployment Insurance or  Manpower Services). Ask them to send you  a request card to apply for a duplicate.  Complete the card and mail it to the address  on it, along with a photocopy of identification (something with your name, like a  credit card or driver's license). Please don't  send original identification documents.  You'll get a duplicate in the mail in time for  filing your tax return.  If the slip has arrived...  If you did get a T4U but need a replacement for any reason, use the request card as  described above.   "If the slip Has a^  more information...  If you did get a T4U and still need an  itemized statement, use the request card as  described above. However, in this case,  send identification only if your address now  is different from the one on your X4U.   ,  The Canadian Human Rights Act requires  us to restrict access io personal information  about you. This is'why we must ask you for  identification.  Canada's Unemployment Insurance Program  Working with people  who want to work.  I*  Employment and        Emplolet  Immigration Canada    Immigration Canada  vy3.I12LCl9L  John Hindson is in charge of the logger  sports and Bill Hughes looks after  publicity. .  It looks like a great committee so let it  -. be a greatoommurtity effort by getting out���  and supporting the different events. Even  if each person only spent an hour doing  something, it eases the burden.  ST. PATRICK'S DAY  AT ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL  Celebrated March 14 and beating the  gun by three days, the Pender Harbour  Auxiliary hosted the party in the extended  care lounge which was covered with little  green men, pigs and other green  mementos of old Ireland done by the staff  and patients. There was a most interesting  commentary on the Holy Land by Irene  Temple, and the baking provided, by the1  ladies of the auxiliary was Well within  keeping of the St. Patrick's day theme.  Honoring patient Jane Adams whose  birthday was on the 14th, and also  celebrating on this day, were three staff  members whose work is ponnected with  the ECU ��� Lillian Peters, Ivy Lee and  Ruby Ono.   A sad note for the March party. Lou  Pierce, popular patient who died recently,  ' would have celebrated her birthday at this  party and no party will be the same,,  ^without her jolly presence.  'There were no patients with birthdays  in February but Roberts Creek Auxiliary  hosted a Valentine's Day with lively bingo  games that saw everyone winning a prize  and a lovely lunch topped by a beautiful  Valentine's cake.  MERRY-GO-ROUND BRIDGE  The windup party for the Sechelt  Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital bridge  tournanent will be held Friday, April 6,  7:30 p.m. at St. Hilda's Church Hall. At  this time the season winders will be  awarded for their highs, lows, slams of all  sizes, and a general night of fun.  CHANGE OF NAME  The Sunshine Coast Community  Resource Society will now be known as the  Sunshine Coast Community Services  Society���a move to distinguish them from  the Ministry of Human Resources.  The community services under the  Society are Mini-bus, homemakers, senior  services, volunteer bureau, alternate  education, child care, adult education,  adult day care, project Gibsons and  ' others.  The office of the society is located in the  Dock shopping centre, Sechelt.  Table officers voted In at the annual  meeting March 15 at Elphinstone are  president Doug Roy, vice president Brian  Stelk, secretary Helen Fellowes, treasurer  Frank West, Immediate past president is  Agnes Labonte ~ once again good representation of the people.  HAPPY BIRTHDY  It was a happy pqrty that the family of  Mrs. Eliza August held on the occasion of  her birthday, March 15. Among those  present were Mrs, Mary Martha Joe,  Carrie Joe, Beatrice Bellerose, Ethel  Jullon, Ada Dawe, Helen Dawe, Sister  Mary Rose, Father Nicholson, Fr. Hen-  nessy, Ellza'a brothers, Joe and David  -���"Paul;" *���v- ""'-" '"'���" *���'-"���'' �����������������-.����������  The birthday lady Joined her guests as  they sang three hymns. It la a treat In Itself  to hear this group sing, absolutely  delightful.  Many more happy years, Eliza.  DANCETIME FOR FlJN  The Hospital Workers Union at St.  Mary's are planning a relaxed evening of  dance at the Senior Citizens Hall April 7.  This Is strictly Informal, the music will be  by Rubs Clark and his group, tho price Is  low,  Further Information at 005-0701 or 005-  2530,  SOAP DANCE A SUCCESS  Eighty persons took port,In the recent  |2S plato dinner hold at tho Arena March  10.  . The food prepared by Helen Robertson  wonderful prizes  were  all donations.  FALSE RUMOUR  It is indeed a false rumour that Helen  Robertson is going out of the catering  business. Good news for those who have  enjoyed her fare, they can continue to do  so. -  March 23 ��� Easter Coffee Party, Wilson Ck Comm Hall, 10:30 a.m.  Everyone welcome.  March 23 ��� Fitness Testing, Blood Pressure Clinic, TraiJ Bay Mall, 1-4 pm.  March 23 ���Community Library, Wilson Ck Comm Hall, 2-4:30 pm.  March 24 ��� TOPS used Book Sale, Sunnycrest Mall, all day.  March 26 ��� New Horizons Meeting, Roberts Ck Comm Hall.. 1:30 pm.  March^7 ���AlAnonMeeting;St;Aidan'sTfali;8pmT \     ���  March 29 ��� Homemakers Guild Meeting, Roberts Ck School, 7:30 pm.  March 30��� S.C. Arts Council presents "TerminalClty Dance",-Vancouver-  based modern dance company, Chatelech gym, 8 pm.  April 7 ��� Gigantic Plant & Agricultural Sale for building fund (special  effects) committee of S.C. Arts Council, Art Centre, Sechelt, 10 am-2   pm      _ ._  _. .   '        ___   _,   USE THIS SPACE TO PROMOTE YOUR ORGANIZATION'S EVENTS.  IT'S FREE. CALL 885-3231.  I  Come  TABLERITE  ROUND STEAK $059  Boneless, Whole cut, Gr. A lb.   mm  COTTAGE ROLL  Pork Shoulder Butt, Fletcher's,  sweet pickled ....  .lb.  GROUND BEEF  Medium ..          Fresh * Halves  FRYING CHICKEN      $109  Gr.A.,.7,  lb.     m\  I.G.A. * Sliced  COOKED HAM $139  6 ox. pkg. .'   ea.  FROZEN FOOD  ORANGE JUICE  Unsweetened * York, frozen 12-1/2 oz.,  STRAWBERRIES  Frozo, choice whole 20 oz   PRODUCE  GRAPEFRUIT  Florida Indian River   5/��l  00  NAVEL ORANGES  08s  California  lb.  N  CAULIFLOWER  size 9s  ea.  GROCERY  DRINK CRYSTALS        00*  Quench 4-3-1/2 oz. pkg ���a.lfV  DRINK CRYSTALS        $159  Quench 66 gm tin ��a.    em  CAKE   MIX *?����* Crocker 7Q^  510gm ..............;./ ea. I %J  LIQUID DETERGENT     $129  Liquid * Joy 32 oz. ...                    JL  SPIC & SPAN $979  2ltre...             m  LIQUID CLEANER  Mr. Clean  48 oz. ......   MARGARINE  Monarch 11b.   SOFT MARGARINE  Monarch 2 lb. tub   TEA BAGS  Prior Park 100s    LAUNDRY DETERGENT  Surf   6 litre 1   INSTANT COFFEE  Nescafe   10 oz.   CHILICONCARNE  Puritan �� Hot or Mild   IS oz.   INSTANT PUDDING  Nabob ... ( \.,,.,,,,,  SANDWICH BREAD  Sunbeam * white or brown   24 oz. loaf  PENDER HARBOUR CENTRE  Madeira Parkt>883-9100  SAVE A TAPE PROMOTION ENDS  MARCH 31r 1979  "WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES"  Prices effective March 21-24  ' WHAT'S MORE FUN than a congo line as Chatelech "Grease Day" brought out the bobby sox and pleated skirts.  HaHmoon Bay happenings  Trip ends in tragedy  by Mary Tinkley-Shannon 885-9765  Two Redrooffs residents, Eva Lyons  and Khona Cooper joined a group, of  Sechelt friends in February for a trip to  Costa Rica. They found the Central  American Republic a. most beautiful  country with good hotels and its people  clean and neat. Mrs. Lyons reports that  : she went on a trip to the 11,000-ft. volcano  of Irazu. Another trip took her to Limpnd,  the principal port of Costa Rica on the  Caribbean Sea. They went by train and  returned by air, getting interesting views  of tiie countryside, with its coconut,  banana and coffee plantations and its  impenetrable forests containing many fine  woods. It was an extremely well-organized  tour and Mrs. Lyons speaks highly of the  ^hostesses who did everything they could to  ^make the guests comfortable and also the -  , guides, who were mostly young university  students. However, conditions are still  somewhat primitive for Western tastes  and she would not recommend it as an  ideal holiday for those who are no longer  young.  One of the group was Khona Cooperf s  brother-in-law. Bob Cooper who became  ill while the party was spending a week a  Jocko Beach. He was thoroughly enjoying  the trip up to that point, but the intense  heat had apparently put a strain on his  heart. He was flown back to San Jose to  await the party in the more equable  temperature and returned with them to  Vancouver. On arrival in Vancouuer, he  was rushed to Lions' Gate Hospital where  he died the following morning. The body,  accompanied by Khona Cooper and her  daughter Pat Hilton, was flown back,to  San Francisco last Saturday for the  funeral.  Bob Cooper, who was a brother of the  late Jim Cooper, was born in Ontario 80  years ago, but he had been a citizen of the  U.S. for over 40 years. He was an accountant and notary public in San Francisco and had never married. He was a  most popular member of the group which  he accompanied on the Costa Rica trip and  was deeply loved by all who knew him.  80-YEAR-OLD RESCUER  When the David McNeal sailboat had  dragged its mooring anchor on March 3  and started drifting out into the bay, it  was one of the area's old timer's who immediately went to the rescue. Jack  Burrows pushed off in his rowboat and  caught up with the sailboat Just as it  reached the booming grounds. Bernie  Ackerman went to his help and together  they towed the boat over to the Johnson  float where they tied it up..  Jack, who celebrated his 80th birthday  on January 12, Is a pioneer of the Sunshine  .Coaut,He and his wife Quednle settled in  Pender Harbour in 1032 and have lived in  Halfmoon Bay for over 40 years.  HEART SURGERY FOR AUBREY  Aubrey Shellshear la home at Scacrest  after undergoing open heart surgery in St.  Pflul'a Hospital on February 28. The  operation which was carried out by Dr.  R.T. Mlyagishlma, Included three bypasses.    ' '""."  After nine days In hospital, Aubrey  found the trip home very tiring, but he is  now showing a little Improvement each  day and this week he hopes to be starting  to.tak6 a short walk each day. The doctors  are most satisfied with the results of the  operation and feel confident that Aubrey  has been given a new lease on life.  SHOWER FOR MARTINA  On March 11 Els Mercer hosted a  shower for her sister, Martina Zuidema at  the Jack Mercer home, when about 21  friends and relatives were present.  Martina is to become the bride of Glen  Dubois of Pender Harbour on March 30 in  a civil ceremony at Sechelt. Among the.  guests at the shower were Martina's  -*notherrwho4iad-flowii^Qm-her-home-on-  Narrows Inlet,. and her sister, Joka  Zuidema, Janet Harpnick and most of the  Mercer clan. Martina received riieny  . beautiful and useful gifts for her new hoMe  arid a beautiful cake'was provided foritfte  occasion.  It was the start of a string of  celebrations for the Mercer family, for the  following day they were cutting another  cake made by Wendy Goodman for the  30th anniversary of her parents, Jack and  Jean Mercer, and the 17th birthday of her  brother Bob.  NOT SO HAPPY  Last week's story of the tiny dbg  rescued by Marie Hoffar, with such a  happy ending, brought many reactions  from readers and drew from Pat and Dixie  Luoma of Secret Cove another animal  story with a sad ending. They have for  many years been enjoying the families of  raccoons which would come to their home  nightly in search of food.  Recently, they were feeding a female  coon who eventually brought her family of  four young ones on her nightly visits. The  baby coon particularly won their hearts  for his friendly and saucy ways. When  Mrs. Luoma would push the screen door  .,' open a litttle way to throw out food, this  little fellow would open it wide and then  stand there and smile at her���at least that  la wliat she clairns. Because of this little  service which he performed regularly,  they named him "The Doorman".  Then one day the mother came with  three of her young ones, but not "Doorman". They came during daylight which  was unusual and seemed unhappy and ill  at ease.  Three days later "The Doorman"  turned up with his hind leg caught in a  mink trap and he was dragging the trap  and the chain. They put down food for him  but he would not allow them to approach  too near. At their request, Jamie Stephen,  the Conservation Officer came to their  house and waited around for two or three  hours, but the injured animal did not show  up.  ���When the Luoma'a again saw him he  had got rid of the trap by chewing off tho  ' lower part of his leg. He still comes  regularly to the Luoma home to be fed,  but one wonders what chance the little  animals has of survival in his present  condition. He la apparently an outcast  from his family for while the other three  young ones will arrive nightly as a group,  the little Gorman la always alone.  One wonders why anyone is allowed a  trapllne in a residential area as built up as  Secret CoVe Is now becoming. The Luomns  suspect that the trap was set In the  -bushlarid behind-their-<home-Where._  presumably, children might have been  playing or picking berries.  HERE AND THERE  Back at their home on Northwood after  spending the winter in a trailer camp at  Mesa, Arizona are John and Gladys  Grognet. The weather, they say, has been  patchy, with some hail storms, and cold  nights almost down to freezing point.  However, it had warmed up by the time  they left Arizona. They left Phoenix for  their return home in a temperature of 89  degrees F and had sunshine and excellent  visibility all the way. Oregon looked like a  huge map stretched out below them. They  report that prices are getting higher all the  time in Arizona and they have decided that  next winter they will stay home and brave  the B.C. climate.  An interesting guest at the Bill  Dolmage home last week was Norman  "Hacking from Vancouver. Norman was  formerly marine columnist for the Vancouver Province and though now retired,  still does some freelance work.  P The cribbag? afternoon at the Welcome  Beach Hal} on March 11 was the last of the  season. Winners of the game were Mary  Murray and Nancy Lawson who bad  identical scores and shared the prize.  DATES TO REMEMBER  A reminder that tomorrow (Thursday)  at 7:30 p.m. at the Welcome Beach Hall  will be the last film show of the season with  a program- on Germany, Yugoslavia ahd  Romania.  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In most cases, filling out your own  Income tax return Is easier than  you may think,  It's largely a matter of simple  arithmetic. You don't have to pay  eomeom^lodo^^ornetNng you  candoyourseW. ������--"��� -'*���-   Just follow the six basic steps In  the Guide you received with your  Income tax return. Don't forget to  attach all the proper receipts, and  double check your return before  ..iiKrilli^4U----~.r-��-^ - ��� ~   It's that easy. So go ahead.  Surprise yourself.  You can  'OBItr  j*.  Revenue Canada  fton, Anthony O AIXxjII  Mlnlilw  RovonuCanndn  impM ...~.  t'hon.AnlhonyG Abbott  Minlitm  tti  i ���/  $1.75 day in rice fields  ���-yr.  Wednesday, March 21,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageA-7  By MARY TINKLEY-SHANNON   It had long -Ken _he_drjeam_of BUl.and.  Evelyn Pailant of Halfmoon Bay to visit  j_ the Far East and during this past winter  their ambition" wasr fulfilled.Their sii-  ^ weeks tour covered Hong Kong, Red  China, Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore ahd  Malaysia. ',-.,.  They spent many months planning the  trip and pay the highest tribute to Jan of  Get-AWay Holidays for the painstaking  job she did in organizing this^rip for them.  _ ..Even so, it was impossible for her to make  arrangements for them to enter the  People's Republic of China as, at that  time, no information was available here.  A postal strike which was in effect at  that.toeprovedtobeafurtterhindrtmce,  but asthis was one of the places they were   particularly aruuous to visit, they left no  Peak rewarded them with an impressive  .view ofJhe.dtx.below__and._ofjLberdeen, a  women and' children in small sampans  came alongside begging. They saw more  floating village, where the people live on    evidence of begging liere than anywhere  stone unturned to .get the necessary per*  mits. Eventually, a $24 telephone call to a  travel agency in Hong Kong secured them  a booking on a tour into Red China,.but  they were warned to be in Hong Kong fthsr  days ahead of time for screening.  HONGKONG  The flight from, Vancouver to Hong  Kong, with only a few hours stopover at  Tokyo, was long and tedious, but the imperturbable Bill found a place at the back  of the 747 to stretch out anil have a sleep,  using the crew's gear as his pillow. They  ~arrived~aVHong Kohginthe' eveningto  find they had gained a day.  In search of their tour office for the Red  China trip, the Pallants wandered through  alleys which run between the main streets.  They found markets with open food stalls  where the food was cooked, eaten and the  dishes washed. At the tour office, they  rather reluctantly left their passports to be  checked by the Chinese authorities.   .  For several days, while they awaited  their return, they explored Hong Kong and  its surroundings. They rode double decker  buses to the end of the line and on these  jaunts would meet the most interesting  Chinese people who would invite them to  their homes. A tram ride up to the 1300-ft.  boats from the daythey ate born to the day  theydie.The authorities are now trying la  relocate some of the sampans and junks  because of congestion. One night, the  Pallants had dinner on the Tai Pak? a  floating restaurant in Aberdeen. As their  boat carried them out to the Tai Pak,  on their trip.  They'racpldred Kowloon.and the-New-  Territories on the mainland of China,  accessible by a short ferry ride from Hong  Kong. Both Hong-Kong and Kowloon  proved to be a paradise for shoppers.  There were many stores and arcades  CHINESE SAMPANS in floating village of Aberdeen, Hong Kong.  Senior citizens association  By ROBERT FOXALL  I am sure that everyone of the great  number of our members who attended our  monthly meeting March 15 would want me  to express their delight and thanks for the  pleasure that a number of the pupils of the  Sechelt Elemental^ School brought to us  in their story of Daniel and his companions, Shadrach, Meschak and Abed-  nego. At the time of writing I have rtot-  received the program so cannot with any  degree of accuracy give details of the cast.  TTwiirieave thaftoother reporters because���MayHllJr^ore^eteils^rHhis-as-soon-as  of Seniors from Delta who will visit with us ,  on May 15. We will supply them with lunch.  This is open to all members as well as the  visitors, so turn out in strength to help  entertain our visitors. The cost will be  $1.50. Please advise the social committee  or secretary Kay if you intend to attend so  that they may have ample supplies on  hand.  Thursday, March 22 will be our monthly Social Afternoon and Dave Hayward  announces a trip to Victoria commencing  there are going to be other performances  but I must commend the ingenuity  displayed in producing the costumes and  the stage lighting. But above all I must tell  of the sweetness and the delight on hearing  those young voices. Their instructors  deserve the highest of commendation.  Prior to the children appearing we had  our monthly meeting at which new  members were introduced. They were  Mrs. Emily Horner, Elsie & Tony  Elshison, Dorothy .3m  Mildred Moore and Netta Hoadland. It was  announced.that, at the moment, we had 268  paid up members. We were advised that ���  many would like to join with us but felt  they were not eligible because they were  not yet 65. Not so. We have no age limits,  either at the top or the bottom so come  along and join in the fun.  We confirmed a welcome to a busload  they are developed.  Jack McLeod asks for volunteers to  help set up for the Plant Sale on the night  of April J20 at 7:00 pm. He also asks that  plants be suitably marked and" that such  items as strawberries and raspberries be  wrapped or bundled so that they rriay be  carried out without annoying spillage.  There will be a raffle at the time of the sale  for a "Mexican Planter" which has been  donated.  losed a very satisfactory day with  the monthly "Shop-Easy'' Draw with the  following being the lucky recipients of  vouprrars. Present Margaret Woods,  Agnes McLaren, Jack Eldred and absentees Mrs. C. Boothe, Betsy Palmer and  Blanche McGredy.  Besides the usual Carpet Bowling and  Dancing Days, the next monthly meeting  will be held April 18.  where you could, haggle over the prices.  , With the Crown Colony's teeming  millions of population, land is becoming ,  increasingly scarceand there is no way for  HohgKong to grow;ercept upwards in the  form of apartments. Some private estates  are left, but only millionaires can afford to  pay the taxes. To add to the confusion,  construction is going on. everywhere.  While the Pallants were in the city, the  centre of the main streets was upheaved  for construction of an underground tunnel  ' for rapid transit.  A huge parking lot in the city became a  - Poor Man's Night Club two nights a week.  Stalls were set for serving food and selling  all manner of things, as well as fortune  telling. For the thousands of Chinese who  . _liye in flats, it is anight outwherethey can.  meet their friends, have a beer or snack  ^_jnd_shopJor-bargainScIt-is*city-rtE-con--  trasts, for not far away is the Ocean  Terminal   which   has   over   500   air-  conditioned shops, bars and delightful  eating places.  \~r' One mistake the Pallants made in  planning this trip was to take too many  '��� clothes, for Hong Kong has a sub-tropical  climate and they found they did not even  need a sweater at night So they crammed  all their superfluous clothes into a suitcase  and checked it for a month.  As the time approached for their tour  into China, they were taken to another  ���-offiee^forbriefing and were told what to  expect in the way of customs procedures.  They were told they could go anywhere  they wished and if they wanted to go  anywhere not included in the tour, their  guide would make all arrangements with a  taxi driver for them. At the same session  they met the other tourists who would be  taking the tour with them. The Pallants  found they were the only Canadians, the  rest being Australian, English and a  smattering of Americans and Germans.  They were divided into three groups of 25.  RED CHINA  Setting out for the tour to the People's  Republic of China, they covered the one  hour journey through the New Territories  in a rickety train with apbathroom  facilities. It was a rural areawlth small  farms and market gardens. At the Chinese  border, they passed through customs and  had to declare everything they were  carrying as regards money, jewelery,  cameras, etc. Everything was well  organized and the officials friendly and  polite as they found Orientals throughout  their trip. They were served a very good  lunch before boarding the train to Canton.  This train was a delight, being air-  conditioned with comfortable seats and  clean windows. Tea was served during the  "jotittieyiand pop and beer were available.  Canton, which is now named Kwangchow,  is a former treaty port. The land around  was well tended and irrigated, with every  inch utilized and lush green gardens as far  as the eye could see. Men and women  worked together in the rice paddies, on  . construction and in road work. Wages in  the rice fields are about $1.75 a day. The  water buffalo is the beast of burden.  Canton has a populaton of two million  and in the city there is a sea ot people on  plant. It has 28,000 inhabitants, a 70-bed  hospital and schools to accommodate 4,800  students.;The hospital was staffed by  foot and on bicycles. There are very few   western doctors as well as doctors using  cars and those the Pallants did see were  Used as taxis.- As the buses and taxis tried  to.manoeuver their way through the  crowds, there would be constant clanging  of motor horns, but the pedestrians and  cyclists tended to ignore anything with an  engine.  Their hotel, the Tungfang, had hun-  dresdsof rooms..The Pallants' room was  big and clean, with lino on the floor which  was wet mopped with disinfectant every  day. They were taken on tours of schools  and factories, one of which was the For-  chan Pottery, where the kiln was 300 years  ���0ld;.   They visited a Taoist temple and the  ~FH��ndsH^More7^~l-uge~ fixid~^price-  department store. It was clean and big but  everything was under glass. They thought  they would try a market where one can  buy anything, but were discouraged by the  sea of humanity through which they would  have to fight their way. Canton was one of  the few places where they were not  warned to keep hold of their purses and  wallets, so it is apparently one of the few  , places  in the Orient  where  honesty  prevails.  One of their most. interesting  experiences was a vjsit to the Lakongs_  People's Commune, about 30 miles outside  the city. They passed through rice paddies, sugar cane fields, orange and olive  groves, market gardens and orchards of  all kinds of tropical fruit.  The   commune  has  its  own  fruit  processing plant, sugar refinery and rice  Chinese herb treatments, but conditions,,  were primitive by ptff^tandardsrT'He  floors were of cement, there were insufficient toilet facilities and no white  sheets or uniforms. However, the administrator who took" them on tour was  very proud of the hospital, and the fact  that women no longer had to have their  babies in the fields.  The Pallants found the fruit processing  and rice plants very modern, but they  could not say the same of the private  homes they visited. They were clean,- but  inadequate by Western standards. The  -people, have, regular, working hours,-but.  work on a points system. Different jobs  earn differentpoints-ind the harderpeople^  work, the more points they receive. The  younger ones take over the work load for  elderly people and workers who are ill and  cannot look after themselves are placed in  a home and cared for.  People can kave the commune if they  so wish, but usually it isn't advantageous  for them, to do so unless they leave to  obtain modern technological training  which would better the commune. There is  always a need for architects, engineers  and those with specialized training. The  irrigation system was excellent.   By this time the Pallants were  beginning to realize that no one hurried in  the Orient, but it took them a little time to  adjust to the Eastern pace of life.  Next time the story continues with the  Pallants visits to Thailand, Singapore, the  Island of Bali and Malaysia.  IS  Eating your can  BUT YOU CAN SPOIL ITS APPETITE WITH A  THOROUGH STEAM WANING OF THE UNDERSIDE  OF YOUR CAR.  CALL  Coast Power  885-9316,  NOW!!..... BEFORE ITS TOO LATE  LEANING  well-spent outlined  By JACK MacLEOD  The  Society is custodian and administrator of considerable amounts of\  public funds, which are spent to benefit  tho people of the Sunshine Coast.  The Society, although only one of the  small spenders compared to other  government departments and agencies on  the Sunshine Coast, ls spending about  $310,000 in the current fiscal year, ending  March 31,1979, and has budgeted for an  expenditure of about $625,000 pending  the Society are 'Community Service  Centre and Minibus' with a budget of  $61,000 for the current. fiscal year,  'Homemakers Long Term Care' with a  budget of $266,000 ahd 'Alternate  Education.' with a budget of $25,000.  Because of the high costs of producing  many copies of the financial reports  anyone Interested in details is advised that  one set of reports is filed with the  secretary. The treasurer will be prepared  to discuss any questions at the Society's  Lamb's Navy Rum.  When you mix it,  you don't lose it  Lamb's full distinctive  flavour comes smoothly  through your mixer  In fact, Lamb's unique  quality has made it known  round the world for more  ,��� than 100 years.  approval in the provincial estimate^ for   office by prior appointment,  ,107H��8O,   which  will  be   before   the  Legislature In the forthcoming session.  The board of directors believes that the  Society, besides providing essential  services for the residents of the Sunshine  Coast, makes also a fairly substantial  contribution to the economy of the area by  using practically 100 per cent of the funding on the Sunshine Coast for paying  salaries and wages to resident employees  and for goods and services of local mer-  chants, ��..�������.��� - ,-'.- ......--.....  The board of directors is answerable to  tho various,government departments  which provide the funds, so that expenditures are strictly held within ap*  proved budgets and conforming to  guidelines, but any deficits have to be  financed by the Society out of their own  resources. ,   The three main programs operated by  Members of the board and executive of  this-Besource Society give freely and  generously of their time and are rewarded  by knowing that so many local citizens are  receiving a wide variety of services, most  often in their own homes. To provide such  service In an institution would be many  times more costly and the people would  lose the valuable feeling of being in their  homo environment.  Membership in tho Society la $2 per  year, and while this fee-brings in a little  revenue, the important fact ls that we  must depend upon Victoria for funding, '  When we can show that we have a strong  public suupport continued funding ia more  likely to be forthcoming. So this ia an  appeal for new and former members to  join in this service. You may pay tho fee at 4  the Society office in Sechelt, or through the,  mall to Box 1060, Sechelt.  COME STAY WITH US  at ENGLISH BAY mar StANLRY PARK  in beautiful downtown VANCOUVER  Twin    $29,QO��i, , ��� Suites from $40.00  TOLL-FREE   800^268-8993  1766   DAVIE STREET   VANCOUVER   B.C.  V6Q 1W6  TELEPHONE (004) 682-1831  Name change  , At the annual meeting of the  Sunshine Coast Community Resource  Society it was decided to change the  "Resource" to "Services" in tho  Society's name.  Reason for the change was to end  confusion with the Ministry of Human  Jack MacLeod of 'tho Society  wishes to thank Frank West for  contributing information to tho  financial report above. J_.  to  B.C., Hydro paid a total of $3P&7Tln  school taxes and municipal grants to the  village' of Gibsons and Sechelt during 1978,  compared with $30,171 in 1977.  Payments, with 1977v figures - in  brackets, were: Village of Gibsons, $30,976  ($24.584); Village of Sechelt, $7,621  ($5,587). "  The amounts were part of a total of $55  totalr" ���   .   .     ~~  Although Hydro is normally exempt  from municipal taxes, it makes annual  grants in lieu. These are calculated on the  previous year's_general and.local im-_  provement rates applied to all land and  most buildings owned by Hydro, plus one  per cent of tiiegrossrevenue from Hydro's-  saleTnofnawl^dty^rand-gas^here-aiF  plicable) in each area.      :       '    ,  For 1978, grants in lieu ot taxes totalled  $7.7 million and other general taxes were  $444,000.   Forainincorporated rural areas the  provincm. Surveyor of Taxes collects and  disburses-thepayments,-which-in-1978-  $8,500  -accounted for-$^,737ef-the $7r7 million in^  grants, and $2p million of the $47 million  in school taxep.  Included in the grants handled by the  Surveyor of Taxes are payments for local  improvement districts  and for  unincorporated rural portions of regional  ^districts -���   PageA-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, March 21,1979  million which Hydro paid to 121 cities and  municipalities and many unincorporated  rural areas in the province. The 1977 total  was $41 million. v  . School taxes, which Hydro pays in most  areas on the same basis as other taxpayers, accounted for $47 miillion of the  Spring painting exhibit-mall  During Spring Breax, March 30 and 31,  Friday and Saturday of school vacation, a  diverse and lively show of paintings in  acrylic ahd watercolor will appear in  Sunnycrest Mall... west entrance. The  artists are Senja Boutilier, Kertu Viitanen  'and Joan T. Warn.  . This is the first time that some Gibsons  residents and, holiday-makers will have  seen thework; of these~three en masse, for  _Jhe_aiiists_l-a_-e_g&theredJojethera good_  number of various themes��� Birds, Boats.  and Local Subjects is the topic of the show.  Joan   Thompson   Warn   exhibits  regularly at Studio Gallery in West  Vancouver, Rembrandt Gallery in North  Vancouver, Laidler's on South Granville  as well as in her own studio, The Estuary  at Gower'Point. She is best know for free  watercolors and for lar|e acrylic paintings, mainly of local birds . . . gulls,  ducks, terns, crows and barnyard fowl.  She is a former art teacher in the area.  Senja Boutilier has show, with en-  ~ miisiastic pubUc corhment; at The Estuary  ..andat WhitakerHouse. Her workthistime.  features boat personalities in Gibsons  Harbour with an obvious inclination  toward unusual patterning and design, and  quiet, subdued color.  Kertu Vietanen has chosen nature in  growth and change... roots, plants, trees  and rocks, as well as some local harbour  themes andworks out these paintings with  vigour.   .-'-' '"-.   . ", ���   '  The ttiree jiijtists will be on hand during  this exhibition. Joan Warn will particularly welcome seeing former students.  StmrtycrtB.. ArtaH. GHUom.   .  'FOR THE FINEST IN  DINING PLEASURE"  ���AUTHENTIC CHINESE FOOD  'WESTERN FOOD Served Promptly & Courteously  HAPPY 50th  GIBSONS.  Business Hours: Tue-Sat. - 4:30 pm - 10 pm  Sun - 4:30 pm - 9:30 pm  ~ "'" "  (Closed Mondays)  FREE HOME DELIVERY (withir. Village of Gibsons) "Your Fully  Licensed & Family Restaurant".  Deserted Bar report  wiHiqkl ^Jleat/te  ^!01K!  FOR TIMES CALL  ����6-?00,  "We all found out  an Indian name"  DON LOCKSTEAD  MP, MLA to  attend forum  Jack Pearsall, MP for Coast Chilcotin  will attend ihe Forum on Community  Television to be held at Elphinstone on  AprU 21-22.  Also confirmed to attend the Forum on'  Community Television is Provincial MLA  Don Lockstead.  The students would,appreciate your  suggestions for questions to ask Mr.  Lockstead. Please sent writtten questions  with your name and phone number to  Elphinstone Student Research Productions, Box 170, Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0 or  -phone-a86-2204.   By JENNIFER HOPKINGS  and TERRY ALLEN  This week was guest week at Tsoh-Nye.  The first guest was the secretary  treasurer from the School Board, Roy  Mills. He came up on Monday and left  Tuesday afternoon. He said he really  enjoyed his time up at Tsoh-Nye. On-  Wednesday Ed Nicholson came up to see  how the camp is doing.  We also did our individual projects, all  of us did quite well. Some of the projects7  were carving, Indian fishing, canoes,  native foods and the Sechelt Indian  language and we all found out what it was  like to have an Indian name.���  The canoing group this week tried to  put a bit of excitement into their lives by  accidentally hitting a rock sideways. With  all the efforts of the group they could not  help the canoe from being damaged but it*  was better it than them.  The fishing group had no luck this  week, although the weather was nice. The  lines could not touch bottom.  ~~ So we went on to littler things, herring.'  A group of people made cedar bows to get  the herring roe. No luck yet, we are still  trying.  From deep space..  Jmnsfton  oflteBocfr  ^oatctiecs  The seed is planted   terror grows  WED, MARCH���  2\ - 9 pm  THURS, MARCH.  - 22- 8 pm���  A Robert H Solo Pra-uctKw of A_Philip Knifmui FUm "Invasion of the Body Snatchers"  Donald Sutherland * Brooke Adams - Leonard Nimoy  Jeff Goldbhim ��� \fcren_ct Canwnght  FRI, MARCH  23 ��� 8 pm  SAT, MARCH  24 ��� 8 pm  Programmes and times  subject to change.  Phone 886-2827 for  confirmation  Warning: Some  frightening scenes.  SUN, MARCH  25 - 8 pm  MON, MARCH  26 - 8 pm -  TUES, MARCH  27 - 7 pm  Times subject  to change.  Phone 886-2827  for confirmation.  noojcmgMwras��nG����aija��iiauM onsonauotD  __nrckWtvJOflteMMIMIINB)aiMRMylIB  _  anSCHMIESWVBI-MJINMIINCB.  SmtwJCWHgM��NSHIVCRtM.nilM>B  ItodUMdtoHfWGinEScn-iWIOIOKMCDBl   t��j5St*CH0UON AI-WWJrtFSw  Warning: Some  coarse language.  COMING NEXT  HOT LEAD AND COLD FEET.  Volunteer  WESTERN DRUG MART  PRICES EFFECTIVE UNTIL  MARCH 24th, 1979  Workshop - Group Dynamics  ���  Wednesday, March^_1^979r^30---9t30���  p.m., Elphinstone High School. Cost - $2.  Are you aware of what role you play in  a group? - leader? - humourous relief?  How are decisions made? Who actually  makes them? What motivates your activity? What type of leadership is most v  effective?  The evening will focus on the role  played by participants in a group, the style  of leadership and also how the motivation  of group members influences the  leadership.  Harriott Dennison, a volunteer from  the Vancouver Volunteer Centre will be  the prime leader of the evening's  presentation ��� a practical evening which  could perhaps increase your own self-  awareness. It should be a fun and  revealing evening.  The evening is open to volunteers  throughout the community or to anyone  involved in group interaction.  Volunteers are making such a difference through their efforts in the  community. It Is most encouraging to see  people willing to improve their skills  through'participation in workshops.  Tho communications workshop held  February 21 was found to be a profitable  evening. The participants reported feeling  an increased awareness of some of the  elements involved In communicating with  others.  If you would llko further information  about this workshop, please call the  Resource Society's Volunteer Bureau at  885-3821.   Volunteers Are still needed in the  following areas;  -. visitor to elderly lady in Gibsons,  ��� help to new mother In Pender Harbour,  ��� teaching assistants in elementary and  high schools,  ��� help with drama program,  ��� high school shops require assistants,  ��� special friend, modelling  stable  behaviour,   ��� helping elderly with outside gardening,  etc,  ��� teaching basis math and reading at the  Achievement Centre.  Call tho Volunteer Bureau at 885-3821  for arty further Information,  Misconduct  Easter Sunday - Apnl 15th, 1979  EASTER IDEAS .... WESTERN DRUG MARTS  HAVE AN ASSORTMENT OF EASTER  NOVELTIES, PLUSH TOYS AND GREETING  CARDS ��� COME ON IN AND SHOP THE  WESTERN WAY!  WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT  QUANTITIES. SOME ITEMS MAY BE  UNAVAILABLE DUE TO SUPPLIERS  SHORTAGES.  Decorated Egg  Large - 6 oz.  Spring  Savings  Prlco   n:69  Buffy Bunny  *1.79  6 oz.  Spring  Savings  Prlco ..  Standing  Rabbit  5 oz.  Spring Savings Price  n.39  Solid  Bunny in Bag  200 g  Spring  Savings  Prices   $1.19  Surprise  Hollow Egg  Foil wrapped  with a toy  surprise inside.  Spring Savings Prlco  4 Easter Rally  Choose from  Chicken or Rabbit  *IM  10-1/2 oz. ea.  Spring Savings Prlco  $3.59  NATURAL SOURCE  VITAMINS  Cod Liver  No running. No walking.  Nooxorclso. No effort.  Porjnlty���n shorter llfo,  No argument. ��� ~-; ������  Fltnoasisfun.  Try Homo,  pornicipamaii,  Royale ���     -  Bathroom Tissue  2 ply - 8 rolls  Spring Savings Price   8 rolls for    Dinietapp  I   I  I   I  I  I  Maalox  Non-constipating Antacid "Suspension  340 ml or TABLETS 50s  Spring Savings Price .,   Diovol  Canada's best tasting antacid  LIQUID 341 ml or TABLETS 50s  Spring Savings Price   Maltevol 42  Fortified Tonic, 341 ml  Spring Saving* Price   Baby Washcloths  Dlaprene  Pro-moistened pop-up towelettes  With Lanolin, ^70'single ply  Spring Savings Pr|cf ..,A..,.,,.....,...  J   .!.  t   * J   ���*.,*.(   I   t   * -t  '2.09  $1.98  ��29  $1.49  For relief of Sinus Congestion,  Colds, Hayfever  Extentabs 12s   Elixir 100 ml  $L17  JLmmmM  Loving Care  Color Lotion  Washes away only the gray  Spring Savings Price   Royal Color Print  Towels  2s  Spring Savings Price   2 ROLLS FOR  n.09  Lady Shavers 2s  Spring Savings Price .,,...,_,,, ,���...,....,,.,.,..,...,.......  ���__��%!  WESTERN  OIBSONS WMTERN DRUO MART  SUNNYCREST SHOPPING CENTRE  OIBSONS* 886-7213  Sf CHBIT WESTERN DfMO MART  TRAIL BAY SHOPPING CENTRE  SECHELT * 885-9833 ~^s~  ���'> -A  i   v"  ���C^* ��\ j  ^J?"^"^' *h<S VsSS  -? 'm  ���4-���-U  V, *>���  ��� VA*1  r^X'#   i^^ '-i'" *4^  L���fc ,       ..'.%   ��� ;  li^��&#_  SW  LV'  BEWARE THOSE with smooth visages in the coming months, shout Robert  Clothier, left, and Bruno Gerussi at Gibsons' Golden Anniversary celebrations.  "Ye wille, if caught, befrroughte bfefore ye Highe Courte of Face Hair to an-  swer to ye charge of Shavynge." The first, and possibly last.^nnual^beard-  growing contest was thus proclaimed last Saturday and faces will be judged  until the Sea Cavalcade in August. One of the punishments for a hairless face is  hard work on the Sea Cavalcade.  The Peninsula Vtmeb  ���     ii......-.__.. ..       _����� *_*.__���r  ���.<_  Police report  K.  Section B  Wednesday, March 21,1979  Pages 1-8  Court briefs  X'  Punched windows,  violent in ambulance  A man who Judge S.R. Romilly said  was "no stranger to the courts" was imposed with the maximum fine for mischief  by wilful damage when he appeared in  Sechelt Provincial Court last week.  Leonard Frank Pearce was charged  February 15 after he punched three windows at the Cedar's Inn, broke two of them  and*cut-his-hand.   .*----��---'-�����_. ��-  "On the way to the h^-pitaLin Im ambulance, Pearce "became violent and had  to be restrained," Crown prosecutor Hugh  McCallum said. When Pearce was refused  admittance to his home, he was lodged in a  jail cell overnight.  Pearce, 27, said he was "very drunk"  that night and ap61ogized~to~tfte~pulr  owners the next day. He was fined $500 and  given three months probation, He was  given two months to pay the fine and ordered to pay $86.70 restitution to the inn.  As a single parent supporting one child  on welfare, one might be "tempted to  drink to ease the pain," Judge Romilly  told Cynthia Merylen Walker.  "That's your business," he said. "But  when you drink please don't drive."    ���  Walker of Gibsons was fined $100 and  given six months probation to attend the  impaired drivers' course after she pleaded  guilty to impaired driver.  Bernard A. Jesso, 37, was fined $250  after he pleaded guilty to impaired  driving.  William Ronald Reid, 24, of North  Vancouver pleaded guilty to impaired  driving when he appeared in Court'Iast ,\  week and was fined $2S0.  Stopped by police on a routine ^ck^f  Philip Raines Bland was charged- with  driving while impaired when he failed the  physical tests. He pleaded guilty and was  fined $200 with six months probation to  attend the impaired drivers' course.  Denise Kfrby of Sechelt was fined $200'  for impaired driving and given six months  probation to attend the impaired drivers'  course.  An 18-year-old who "got carried away  with the number of beer he was consuming" was fined $250 for impaired  driving. Richard Dale Palmquist, 18, lost  control of his vehicle when he was turning  from Cowrie St. on to Ocean Ave. and rear-  ended a parked vehicle.  Kevin D. Honeybunn was fined $250 and  given sbx months probation to attend the  Impaired drivers' course after he pleaded  guilty to Impaired driving.  H��nry W. Block  "H&R Block charges  a lot less than you  might expect/'  Our price is based on the complexity of your return, not on  your Income or amount of refund. And last year, nearly  three-quarters of a million Canadians were helped by our  specially trained tax experts at anr average fee of $16.10.  At H&R Block, we are Income specialists.  H&R BLOCK  THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE  GIBSONS 806-7414  In th* Synnycr.rt Shopping Mall  (Across from SuporValu)  During regular Mall hours,  Appointments available,  HELP  tA5JtK  SEALS ���  HELP  CRIPPLED  CHILDREN-  ���  ���Sponsored by  Sunshlhe  Coast Uoas  Club.  tedkr Seals help  crippled children  the roof"  A break-in at a Sandy Hook Road  residence March 13 netted the thief or  thieves a number of items marked under  the Neighborhood Watch program,  The following are marked with the  social insurance number 422404-788: a  Homelite chainsaw; 23" Admiral  television, two speakers, AM-FM Realistic  radio, CB radio, Sansui receiver, Model  Nov-881rSkfl~7y4"-ciraiter*awr SanyoL  eight-track tape deck and a fishing rod and  reel (unmarked).  A clothes dryer was stolen in a break-  in at a Halfmoon Bay residence March 13.  Sometime between March Sand 12, a  window was smashed in a 1976 Mercury  Bobcat parked in the Tyee Air parking lot.  No attempt was made to steal the vehicle.  Tyees Airways coffee fund was stolen  again in a break-in last Friday evening.  Entry was made through a window  smashed at the rear of the premises.     ,  Village Restaurant lost five or six 11  bottles of hard liquor in a break-in in the ^?|  same^hight. Two rocks used to smash a/'  window to gain entry were found inside the  restaurant.  ALL OVER THE ROOF  Two reports of wilful damage were  made last Saturday morning. Someone  jumped all over the roof and trunk of a  vehicle parked-ln-the7shell-gas-statiori  parking lot causing a few hundred dollars  damage. At European Motors, the drivers'  side window of a 1965 Chev was smashed  and wires pulled out from beneath the .  dashboard in an attempt to hotwire it.  There have been complaints from two  women in Pender Harbour that they have  been Jumped on and knocked down at  Pender Harbour High School by dogs  running in packs.  Dog owners are advised licensing their  dogs is mandatory under the Domestic  Animals Protection Act. Owners of  unlicensed dogs are liable to fine of not  less than $50 and not more than $500.  Dog owners in Pender Harbour can get  dog licences from a government agency in  Vancouver. Sechelt dog owners can get  licenses from the. village.  Hydro insulation  $ plan grows  B.C. Hydro's Insulation financing plan  passed the $1 million mark during  February, and the plan has been extended  another year to March 31, 1980.  Under the plan Hydro's residential  customers may borrow up to $500 at a 10  per cent Interest rate for home Insulation  or multiple glazing. Repayments are  made with Hydro bills over a period of up  to two years.  Since It was Introduced two years ago  the plan has been growing In popularity.  Tho 246 contracts signed in February set a  record high for any one month.  Financing ia available to owners of  single-family homos, duplexes and  rooming houses which were originally  single-family residences, and approval ls  generally given to those whoso Hydro  accounts are in good standing,  ,  Insulation or multiple glazing projects  must be to standards approved by Hydro  and tho trades, and may bo Installed by a  contractor or the homeowner.  , Applications for financing are made  through participating contractors or retail  dealers.  Advertisings  helps you judge  CANAOIAK ADVERTISING AQVI80RY UOAHD  *��?-  i     >     -'   ,  >     ,  WHILE QUANTITIES LAST!  2x4 UTL FIR PRECUTS 92* 1.19  2x4 ECON STUDS 92% .79  ea.  ea.  2x4 ECONO FIR s-ie $160 m  2x4 UTlrFIR S46- ���$240m  2x6.inL'r.:.:...J  :2arJSllHk-.WrtHIEfr  2x10 STD & BTR HEM/FIR 12, is,20     $335 m  SHORTS S.P.F.  2x4x6' .59  2x6x6' .99  2x8x6'     1.39  ea.  ea.  ea.  2x10x6'   1.69  SECONDS  5/8" RANCH WALL  ea.   IDlVV  IZlC���e  ASPENITE eT  8.99  F_s��  ROOFING SPECIALS  All Colors  210 SQUARE BUTTS     $7.80bdi  -.':-.<0.95 roll  60 LB MS $8.95 roll  00 LB ROOFING r.\7?i0i9Sii:  50 LB ROOFING  INSULATION  RIO FF  Kl_�� rr.  R20 FF  R28FF  *129.50 m  . M*mrWm^\_9 MLJ  $238.50m  $317.50 wo  NAILS  ,. z%��,r,vA"  BRITE  COMMON  box  '15.99  CEDAR  LATH bdi.  20% OFF ALL  FIREPLACES  1x3 STRAPPING  .08,  2x8x8'KILN DRIED HEW  *290��  1x8 SHIPLAP 6', 7' & 8'  ��240m  2x2x92% ECONOS  .59 ��a.  7/8x10 SUBURBAN CEDAR SIDING $279m  1x8 UTL CHANNEL CEDAR SIDING  ___9��_PM  2x4x6'84S CEDAR  .. ��*l%F��a.  1x6x5' RR CEDAR BOARDS  ., .�����#��? to.���  2x4x5' RR CEDAR  ., .89 *a.  2x6x5' RR CEDAR  . 1.19��a.  2x10 RR CEDAR.         *345��  2x12 RR CEDAR   *399��  ,5x5 RR CEDAR ��� ���......      .  .79��_  VISA  GIBSONS  ^i^ey^fteltif^uMnw-vinsJi *r *��  TlM-BR-MARTlBUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  I I 111  Ull  IWini 111 Sunihln* CoaM Hwy, Olbsoni  688-6814      �����*���*  "FOR AU YOUR BUILDIHO NEEDS" 885-3231  PageB-2       The Peninsula Times       March 21,1979  Work Wanted  For Rent  Real Estate  Boats and-Engines       Cars and Trucks.  Wanted to Buy  etASSIFIEE^ADVERTISINORATfS:  ,    Phono" 885-3231  Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula Times  for Westpres Publications Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  - Established 1963      I  7300 Copies Distributed  Classified Advertising -Rates:  3-line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion $2.15  Three Insertions    ���_���_��������� __4A9__  Extra Lines (4 words) 60c  Display Ad-Briefs  ~=      $S.6t)-^rct>1um"nmcrr  Box Numbers $1.00 extra  Legal or Reader advertising 30c  per agate line.  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In  Memoriam, Marriage and  Engagement Notices are $7.00  (up to 14 lines) and 60c per line  " after" that. Four"*words "per line.  Birth Notices, Coming Events  take regular classified rates.  Ad-Briefs must be paid for In  -advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  to receive cash discount.  -  Subscription Rates:  By Mail:  Local Area ...-.     r... 7.' $7.00 y>."  Outside Local Area $8.00 yr.  __U_$_A_________,__.-^ $,L0.0ayr--  Overseas $11,00 yr.  Senior Citizens,  Local Area $6.00  Single Copies  20c ea.  SMALL APPLIANCE  REPAIR  ~       through  MILLER MARINE .  ELECTRONICS  886-7918  3822-tfn  W; SECHELT waterfrontT  Fully furn'd 4 bdrm home on  excel't- beach. Fridge, stove7  washer, dryer, freezer, .dishwasher, auto oil heat. Until  June 28. Ph. 224-1876.    3458-tf'  1  THUNDER PAINTING  Interior & Exterior  professional work at  reasonable rates  Free Estimates  5 years on the coast  885-3301 & 886-7619  ..__    3861-tf  JD^CONSTRUCTION, site  cleah-upTTTfee  estimatesT  886-9324. 3888-19  Announcements  Help Wanted  ALCOHOLICS  Anonymous  Meeting, every Thurs., 8:30  pm, Wilson Creek Community,  Hall. 885-2896 or 885-3394. 4816-  tf  HOMECOMING!  -(and���areair  ele"  CHALLENGING, sales  position available in advertising department of  Cariboo communit  newspaper. Managerial a>  vancement possible for right  person.   Retail   sales   ex-  SPRING     CLEANING  reasonable rates. 885-5570.  3860-19  STRONG 18 yr. old desires  -���evening-or-weekend-work.-  Have painting exper. but  I  willing to do anything. Ph. 886-  7883 aft. 4 pm. Have, own  transp. 3863-19  JOURNEYMAN   Shipwright  seeks work. Exp. in  all  BDRM  WF  fully furn'd  cottage, $225 per mo. Avail,  immed. 883-9098. 3530-tf  HOUSE FOR rent, Redrooffs,  $300 per mon. Ph. 591-6287  after 6 p.m. 3771-18  2 BDRM HOUSE and garage,  -complete privacy - on  acreage with flowers and fish-ponds. FP,-_-W.-W-^carpetr  washer, dryer, dishwasher,  range, fridge, drapes and  lightflxtures incl. Ideal for  mature couple that likes  gardening. No dogs. Refs  please-Ph. 886-7050 after *,6. -  $350 mon. Firm. 3775-18  SUITE-FOr-rentr~2- bdrm���  duplex. Ph. 885-2754.3776-tfn .  ~2 VIEWLQTS West Sechelt,  across from beach access.  Call Owner, 885-2762.   -3766-18=  GARDEN BAY Estates, large  lot, $12,000. Ph. 112-545-6443  afte^6p.m.     - 3777-18  21' SAILBOAT; glass over ply..  Excel't    cond'n.    Fully  equlppedorrtrailer. Phcedlbr  quick sale. $4500.886-9270.  v3743-17  1977 TOYOTA Landcrui&er   PRIVATE PARTY interested  4x4, exc. cond. $7000 OBO..     in buying small acreage or  ^976~Jeeprconvertr4x4~$5995Hlargrlot,-_krBhine'CoastT^Will-  OBO, exc. cond. Ph. 885-2221,   give prompt consideration &  OCEANVIEW *  6 yr old Gothic Arch beauty.,  Sunny Selma  Park, 3 lge  bdrms, 100 x 125' treed lot, 5  min from Sechelt. $41,500.  Ross Gamble, 274-5017  United Realty, 736-3831  3885-20  EXCITINGOCEANVIEW  .Sunny__West-Bay-Gambier7[s,  Thorsby  Albertar-4)errence���and���marketing���aspects~bcfatbut_dtng;> house  celebrates 50th Anniversary    background an asset. Send   carpentry & cabinet work;  SELMA PARK - 3 bdrm, no  bsmt, total living space 1480  sq ft, large enclosed back  yard. No dogs. Lease up to 1 yr  Gov't wharf, nr town .of New  Brighton, 5 acre, parcels.  $24,500.  Ross Gamble, 274-5017  United Realty, 736-3831-  . -.-_--:-   ;3886-20.  IX)VELY Ocean View 2 bdrm  ~TemodeUed-homerForsale���  by owner;. $36,000.  Assume  5resent mtg. Irvines Ldg. 883-  232. 3839-17  ENGINES FOR  * 6VJ53 Detroit diesel  - Marine Rebuilt  _ _ *       t  * 4 ��� cylinder   Ford,  diesel rebuilt    ~:  OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK  8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.  GENUINE DETROIT DIESEL  PARTS  PENDER HARBOUR  DIESEL LTD.  _ 8fl.fci6___.__-_   Hiway 101 ��� Pender Harbour  ask for Cliff Acton.      3772-18  1968 4x4, new white spoke  - wheels and tires,  -mechanieaUy-csouncb���$1500-  Ph. 885-5730 after 6.      3812-18  ROADRUNNERS for fixing,  $100 each. 1967 Rambler  station wagon, 327, running;  1963 Valiant SW, 225, running;  1965 Japanese Rover, 1.6 litre,  not running. 886-2908.-3816-18--  -'507-DODGE-1T���truckt-gd=  reply" to all inquiries. Write  Box 310 G, Sechelt.      3838-20  WANT TO BUY used propane  ���stove.4_85-3143. 3841-19-  WANT TO BUY used efficient  metal    fireplace;    also  washer & dryer. 885-9560.3892-  17  Lost  running cond'n, excel, tires.  $400 obo. 883-9232.  .     3840-17  PARTS   TRUCK,   '65   Chev  Carry-All %T. runs, no'rad,  grt. tires. $150 obo. 885-3782.  3843-19  .WOMAN'S Silver Watch. 885-  =-39947���  "389M7-  Found  July 13,14,15,1979. Farmers  and present residents  welcome. Renew acquaintances. Contact Olga  Chranowski, Thorsby (403)  789-3787. 3879-17  ANNUAL'   MEETING    &  Election     of    Officers,  Roberts Creek Community.  Hall, Wed., Mar. 21,8 pm.  3903-17  Obituary  GRAY ��� passed away March  10. 1979. William Harold  (Bill) Gray, aged 24 years, of  Vancouver. Survived by his  loving family: father Harold.  of Vancouver; brother Gary of  Gibsons and sister Darlene of  Surrey. Mr. Gray was a  member of the Army & Navy  Club and also the Gibsons  Rugby Club. Funeral services  _w_as held .Wednesday, March_  14,1979 at the Mount Pleasant  Funeral Chapel, followed by  cremation. - 3894-17 ���  HERRIN ��� David Herrin,  March 15, 1979, late of  Gibsons, in his 69th year.  Survived by his loving wife Vi.  two sons Ernest of  Whitehorse, Kenneth of  Calgary; two daughters,  Margaret Wheeler, Hopkins  Landing, Ber-nice Valente,  Delta; one stepdaughter,  Betty Wright, Gibsons and  seven grandchildren. Funeral  service was held Tuesday,  March 20 at Devlin Funeral  Home, Gibsons. Rev. D.  Brown officiating. Cremation  followed. 17  Personal  DIVORCE! $100 Plus Filing  Fees ��� Obtain your uncontested divorce - fast - over  the telephone. Our forms and.  typing Services are lawyer  approved. Call Self-Counsel  Services toll free (112) 80M63-  3035. Chargex and Master-  , charge accepted.       4325-tfn  NEED A DIVORCE? For free  information and  professional, fast, inexpensive  lawyer-designed services,  contact: Vancouver Divorce  Service, No. 8 - 1734 W.  Broadway, Vancouver, B.C.  V6J1Y1, Ph. 736-2684.   3718-17  MRS. JACEA. Spiritual, tarot  card, palm reader. Past,  present, future, business,  love, marriage if bad luck  experienced write problems  with full date of birth arid send  with $10 to 2633 E. Hastings  St., Vancouver V5K 1Z5. Ph.  255-3246. 3870-17  1  .f      ���      ri   -i.,'!       * iii    INCORPORATE yourself -  fast - over the telephone.  Our forms and typing services  are lawyer approved. Call  Self-Counsel Services toll free  (112J 800-603-3035. Churgox  nnd Mnstercharge approved.  * 4324-tfn  resume in confidence to  Paulette Ernst, Mgr. Dir.,  Cariboo Observer, Box 4460,  Quesnel, B.C. V2J 3J3. ��� 3477-tf  SPARE TIME  COMMISSION  SALES PERSON  For    interesting    work,  knowledge-of colour co-ordination an advantage.  Car necessary.  PHONE 885-2283  ASK FOR JOHN  Reliable worker, reas. rates.  For free est. & professional  job, call Allan May, 885-5765.  4578-tf  Business Opportunities  EXCELLENT   business   opportunity:     become     a  Chimney Sweep. All equip't  needed plus training. Call Lee .  Christian anytime. 883-9171.  3554-tf  NEAR KAMLOOPS, B.C.  fully equipped store, lunch  ~ counter,-pest office, janitor  service and mail contract.  Income without store $800  mon., comfortable living  quarters adjoining store on %  acre with large storage  building, fruit trees and  garden. Must be seen. F.P.  only $57,000. Ph. 885-3666 or  434-9459. 3768-18  LARGE  office   &  store.          Lower Gibsons.  View of  easeJoJDuy-Jaefsio-3-yrs���HoweSound-581=09954olle  back will be checked. $325 3847-19  mon. Ph. 885-9328.        3803-18           : ���    SMALL FURN'D. house on  acreage w-stream, outbuildings, suitable pasture for  horses, fruit trees. Close to  beach, quiet peaceful area.  Write to Box 310 T, Sechelt.  3887-19  SMALL 2 bdrm house, Gower  Pt area. Stove & fridge. $275  per mo. 886-2166. 3837-19  MADEIRA PARK, nr new 3  BR home, 2 baths, w-w, fp,  bsmt, $325. 883-2212 or 987-  9736. 3846-19  FOR RENT - furn'd cottage,  sngl person, W. Sechelt. 885-  2316. 3851-17  2 BDRM apartment, w-w  throughout,  fridge,  stove,,  exc.   view,   elec   heat.   W.  Sechelt. $197.885-9872. 3872-19  2 BACH, suites, avail immed.,  unfurn'd, Central Gibsons.  886-2597 or 886-9336.      3875-19  '72 MOBILE Home near beach  for rent. $185 per mo. 926-  1024. ,     3890-19  Help Wanted  II HELP GREENPEACE  Holpl! Sollors urgently  needed for the Greenpeace  'Go Anywhere' lottery. Make  money 1 Save life! 11 Im-,  portant Notice 11 During, the  mall strike Greenpeace 'Go  Anywhere' lottery tickets win  bo distributed by Greenpeace  volunteers. Tho number to call  In this urou Is: ,808-6851 or  Grccnpcuco Vancouver 730-  0321.       , 4921-tm  DELIVER catalogues it take  orders in your own area.  Flexible hrs. or use our phono  plan, ForJetnllftcftUftMW.,.  3763-17  PIPELINE & Northern Jobs.  Earn up to $3,000 per mo.  Uarn how to secure these nnd  .,oUicr.J^i-ttylng-.iolMi--^d.  long Bolf-uddrofised stamped  envelope for mm details'"  regarding Informative Labour  Market Guide: LMES-1, Box  7810. Stn. A, Edmonton, Alta.  T5J3G6. 3720-tf,  t. "    t  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  Salesperson. Knowledge of  estimating, specifications,  ordering, reasonable experience of graphics industry  preferred. Situation is at our  Campbell River office. Phone  Ivan Gordon 287-7464.   3781-17  PRESSMAN. An experienced  press man is required to  operate and service a 4 - unit  Community Goss. The successful candidate will be  responsible for supervision-of-  other personel, inventroy  control, operation and  maintenance of the press,  quality control and printing of  a weekly and daily  newspaper. Salary commensurate with experience.  Send resume to: Mr. T,  Sellars, Yukon News-  Northern Times, 211 Wood St.,  Whitehorse, Yukon Yl A  2E4. 3779-18  NIGHT MAN for Peninsula  Hotel. Accom. available.  Hours   &   wages   to   be  arranged. See Mgr. at Hotel.  3871-17  PART-TIME     bookkeeper  req'd. Must have knowledge  of payroll procedures. Reply  to Box 310, Sechelt.      387447  PERMANENT part-time  mini-bus dispatcner-clerk-  typlst is needed by the Sunshine Coast Community  Resource Society beginning at  the end of April 1979. Applications available in the  office. Apply before March 28,  1979. 3898-17  Work Wanted  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES LTD.  ���Let us care for your tree  needs:  -Topping  -Falling  -Limbing   Insured work..   "Our reputation  speaks for itself"  ph. 085-2109  COMMERCIAL Building on  1.69 acres in one of B.C.'s  most prospering communities. With or without  established business (Hardware-building supply, furniture). Box 2320, Salmon  Arm,B.C.V0E2T0.      3849-17  GROSS SALES $80,000 1978,  up $20,000 over last year.  Delicatessen business in rapid  growth area  for sale at  $40,000. P. Koskinen, Box 125,  Port McNeill VON 2R0. Must  J_a_36_inJ_I_h--M_36J3____yeningsr  3850-17  3203-tf  WINDOW CLEANING  Hourly or Contract  free estimates  8B5-6735 mornings  3527-tf  CI-APP CONCRETE""  Placing and Finishing. Air  typos of Concrete Work.  Patios, Floors, Foundations.  Driveways, Custom Work.  Concrete leakage problems.  Soepngo   or  high   pressure  .leaks.��� ...,.���.;. ��..,.7....... ..,..,,.,,...,..,..,.���.  Phone Way no Clapp  for free estimates  ���   885-2125  after 7 p.m.  Box 1341 Socholt  "*' -"���---^-���-���''-���-''-���^-���'���'���1437-tfn  WILL BABYSIT In my homo  day   or   evening,. WoBt  Porpoise Bay area. Ph., 885-  3774-10  Renting  Ono bodroom  ���partmont*     >  * Balconies ,  * Colored Appliances  * Vlow   * Wall to wall carpet  * Drapos  * Intercom '  * Controlled Entrance  ,* Cablevlslon  Rent from $190.00  CollDOUO fBRRIS  885-2283  mm��mmmmm*mmmimmmmmmmmmmmmm  2 BDRM home, fridge & stove  incl. $250 per mo. 885-9203.  3900-18  NEW 3 bdrm house, 1000 sq ft,  non-bsmt, sundeck, carport,  view prop, w-w, elec heat,  fridge & stove incl. FP $39,000.  885-2516,245-7283. 3865-19  1 BDRM suite in Gibsons,  living rm, dining rm, kit-  . chen, bathrm w-shower,  spacious, carpeted thro'. $225  per mo incl utilities. Phone  Chuck Dowman, Century  West Real Estate (1978) Ltd.,  885-3271. 3905-17  EAST   BARRIERE   Lake,  beautiful setting, over 100  acres deeded, Kamloops area.  -All-seasons-accessrservicesr  FORSALE: Small excavating  Company. Central Vancouver Island. Contact Leon  or Tlto Myhres, R.R. 3,  Qublicum Beach, B.C. V0R  2T0. Ph. 757-8465. 3877-17  Wanted to Rent  WANT TO RENT a garage,  Sechelt, Gibsons or Roberts  Creek area. Ph. 886-7942. 3800-  18  3 BDRM home on farmland to  rent or lease. 886-9316. -3711-  17  For Rent  - i--nr, i  n-l- .    ���-     - .,    . in       i  TRAILER  spaces   In   West  Sechelt.    1    doublewlde  24 x 40 singes. 885-2079.    4224-  tfn  �����������.i-..-.���-_-.ii.i-���I-������ .-..��i. ���T-���,���,.,������������...  FOR RENT:   Wilson Creek  Community   Hall.   Call  Mabel Dooley at 885-9804.  7 3691-tf  MAPLE CRESCENT, Apart-  ments. 1, 2 & 3 bdrm opts.  Reas. rent. Incl. heat,  cablevision, stove, fridge. 886-  7830 or apply Apt. No. 103-A.  4121-tfn  COTTAGES,    weekly    or  monthly.    Housekeeping  units,   furnished,   TV.   Ritz  Motel. 886-2401. 4249-tfn  1 BR APT in Socholt. Stove &  fridge & heat Incl. $185. 005-  -0844!"-��������.^,....^.w9844_tf��.  Real Estate  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-  p_      ������-��� ���������;--��� :���������  WANTED: WFT or view ppty  with water access. Reply  C.E. Parr, 5070 Redonda Dr.,  N: Van, V7R 3K2. 985-6296.  ,3578-15  W. SECHELT. 3 bdrms,  master enste, contemp.  design home. Lge family i  kitchen, floor to ceiling fp,  thermo windows, cedar-  planked ceiling, panelled,.,  feature wall, heated garage  under bsmt roughed in. FP  $58,900,885-2762. 3404-tf  WATERFRONT FARM,  preferably on Gulf of  Georgia or on B.C. Coast.  Require year-round sheltered  moorage, southern exposure  and ample water. Must be in  excess of 10 acres. Farm  preferred but will consider  acreage that/ has farm"  potential. Principal dealiigs  Ereferred, bona-fide private"  uyer. Write Box 137, 808-2071  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  marina. Room to build additional unit,, Approval for  Erivate float has been ob-  jlned. Priced for quick sale  at $85,000. Phone owner's  agent at 886-2207 between 9 am  &5pm. ,     3707-17  SELMA PARK, mod. fl yr old,    no bsmt. stone FP, 160x80  lot. Emclosed back yard  whore you can park cars. 1480)  sq ft living space & more, Only  $46,000,885-0328.     ;    3744-171  EXTRA LARGE serviced lot  (140x130') in quiet country  subdivision. 3 ml. from  Gibsons, Cleared w-soTne  view. Reas. priced at $12,500.  800-7304 or 080-7800.      3760-17  SAGINAW LAKE x  New cabin, framod-roof.  windows, some Insul and*  finishing, Can bo year round,  Good docking, boat ana  ��� motor. Treed, no cliffs, warm  water, SW view. 150 ft x 350 ft.  """'  CtolltiahHamilton 7',"'"':"  022-6780  3830-18  turf airstrip, lakefront beach.  Ideal commercial or private  estate. Box 37, Barriere, B.C.  V0E1E0. 9216-19  Mobile Homes  L & M Radiators, 1449  Charlotte Rd., N. Van. 986-  5334, Automotive & Industrial  cooling specialists. Pick up &  delivery can be arranged. Call  now for fast, economical  service. 77 4024-tfn  '72   MODUUNE   12 x 48,   2  bdrm, good cond., $8,400 or  offer. 926-1024. 3296-tfn  mMPLETEMARTJOE  ELECTRICAL WIRING  SERVICE  NOW AVAILABLE THRU  -Mti^RM2����NE   ELECTRONICS  886-7918  3823-tfn  25'  BOAT.  Inboard,  Head,  VHF, CB, recording depth  sounder, many extras. Van.  324-9544 or Pender 883-2322.  3773-18  14'  RUNABOUT  complete  with remote controls, 28 HP  Evlnrude, good for fishing,  $500. Ph. 8854901 weekends.  3799-18  FISHING  BOAT  Vega  I,  length  32',   wid.  9'3'V 2  phone, aut. pilot, hydraulic.  Ph. 886-7792 Gibsons.    3804-18  BAYUNER  2550 H.T.,   188  Mercruiser,  FWC,  VHF  radio, many extras. Ph. 487-  4266, Powell River.    \ 9178-tf  HEADWATER MARINA  ___ ETD___ _ _   Moorage and Marine Ways.  Down Narrows Road  883-2406 24 hours  3826-tfn  J75DODGE-Coronetstnn��gn7  49.000 mi,  318  c.i.,  good  cond'n. $2200.885-5252. 3845-19  '77  PACER  DL,   1   owner,  approx 26,000 mi. Good  cdnd*h. Hurry, make me an  -offerr885-202& 385M9-  I HAVE-boy's dress ring that  was given to me to hold  during gym period at Pender  Harbour High School 3 yrs  _agp_. Efforts_byJVIrsJHatley_&-  Tun Frizzel have failed to  identify the boy. Has diamond  chip in 1 corner & wrapped w-  tape for tighter fit. A. Shaw,  886-2809. 3868-17  For Sale   12x66' 4  quick  anytime.  BDRM.  sale.  Priced1 for  885-2600  3489-tf  COAS  12x55 Esta Villa, 2 B.R.  ' Fridge, stovjBrflfly'asher.  Will D_!. or Pad Avail.  24x40Hlghwood.2B.R.,  Ensuite Bath. Last of low-  priced Doubles. Available  for Immediate delivery  1979 Models In Stock Now  We have available:  24x60;24x52;M��U��;24x44  12'x60'Modullne  trade In,  excellent condition.  On display at lot.  CMHC Hpmes Now Available  Bank Mortgages Available  COAST MOBILE HOMES  LTD.  Box 966, S��ch��lt, B.C.  88S.9979  "across from tho Legion"  MDL 00623A  AT SELMA PARK Mobile  Home Park., 12x60 mobile  home. Used only 9 mo. 3 bdrm,  stove & fridge, w-w, sundeck,  fabulous vlow. Top cond. Only  $15,500 or try your offor. Enid  Reedr 872-5079, Goodrich  Realty Ltd., 873-4811 or 885-  3505 aft. 0. 3886-19  ���7612x08,3 bdrm, fully furn'd.  88M487I 3842-10  '70 2 BDRM mobile homo,  very good cond'n. $8500,885-  5030,        ;; 3848-19  MOBILE HOME. Choose from  36 different homes, (Now 2  bdrms), Many options $12,995.  Offers Invited. Wostlown  Homos, 10009 Fraser Hwy,  Surrey .B.C. V3S 2W0, Ph. 690-  1111 Or 590-4205. 3880-20  '72 12x48' 2 bdrm Moduline,  $7800 or will rent, good cond.  02(1-1024.   ', 3891-19  "* ��� imii.ih*-.ii. .-..mi���I. ... ,n, ���.�������� -,���.���.,���-_ ......A  Boats and Engines  3 BDRM FULL bsmt homo.   24' 55RTA hardtop, 225 Chev on  Jo$lft,arj��!^^ Full-galley  UNFURN'D 2 bdrm, $2267  Redrooffs Rd. 005-6171.'3084*   ������.������.... ��� - i...  .I  'Ut* timet Adbrlef*l 1  large flnlsnod reoroom, bath  nncloxtra bedroom in bsmt. 8-  10 acre Grandvlew Rd. 600'  ^AS! Sfflto Asking $��8.7M,  Ph.080-0044. 38W-18  '74 DODGE Maxi Van, V8  auto,  insul.  panels,  tape  deck, sunroof, windows, exc.  cond: Offers. 885-3808.  3864-17  '67 VW, good running cond.  New tires & snows. $350  cash. 885-3307. 3867-17  HARDTOP for Jeep CJ5 w-  doors, $175.885-5000. 3897-19  '75 FORD %T, ps, pb, radio, 8--  track, CB, lights, rear  sliding wdw, new exhaust,  shocks & rear brakes. 41,000  mi. $37000 obo, 885-9203. 3901-  18 __       _    '_   Campers and Trailers  FOR SMALL truck, sleeps 3  nicely. Has stove, fridge,  asking $1,200.885-2051 eves.  3629-16  i   AINSLEE TRAILER. 13%x7_,_  LUMBER: 2x4s -10 ft; 2x6s -  20 ft; 3x8s - 60 ft; 2x10s - 45  ft. Ph. 522^328.     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  %, TON TRUCK camper,  fridge, 3 burner range w-  oven, sink, water tank,  propane tank, furnace, sleeps  5 people. Reasonable price.  Olivetti Lettera 35 manual  portable typewriter w-  carrying case, like new, $125.  885-3527 eves. 3612-15  ','3 >1,!rti .   -        )       .  165     Mercruiser   * -  rebuilt;  353 GM - used; 371  Nissan - used; Volvo  AQD 40-280 leg - new;  150 HP Mercury out-  board -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  loijdea with extras, Excel'!  cond'n. WMI-7004. 3491-tl  30' McQUEEN cabin cruiser,  vory clean, $13,500 obo, 885-  2853. 3717-17  '78 YAMAHA  885-9348.  XS400,  $1300.  3834-17  HONDA ODYSSEY, like new,  $1300.885-5000. 3896-19  Livestock  Cars and Trucks  '74 FORD window van, new  tires,   reb't  transmission.  $2500 obo. 885-3258.        3261-tf  '73 VEGA,  '67 Dodge Dart  convertible, '62 Rambler .  wagon. Offers. 885-3409.   3665-  16  '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  '7l      DODGE      Coronet,  economical Slant 6. No rust,  $900,886-2929. 3699-17  77  CUTLASS Supreme, T-  roof,  35,000 ml.  excel't  cond'n. 883-9482 aft. 5,883-2722  days. 3700-17  CLEAN   '74   Chov   V_T   w-  courtcsy box.  49,000  ml.  Good cond'n. $2900 obo. 886-'  7755 aft. 5. 3712-17  '57 FORD Van;'60 IT Ford on  duals;   old  2T   Chev   w-  flatdeck, 0 cyl; % Ford country  wagons; air cooled motors,.  extrp tires & wheels, tools &  miscellaneous." Ph. 003-0172.  3694-17  3094-17  1971 MAVERICK, $1,000. Ph.  8d3-90O3. 3828-18  1975 FORD, Yon 6 cyl, custom  interior, low mileage, exc.  cond. Ph. 888-4)862 after 8:30  p.m. 8824-18  1977 TOYOTA CORONA  station, wagon, 5 sp, 2.21  litre, radio, oasotto player,  extra wheel, 2 studded snow  tires. 27,000 mi. Very good  condition. Ordered a van,  must sell. An excellent buy  $4500. Ph. 886-0044 after 5.382fr>  *���������...i.i.i���-������.������.��� ��� im.1',,1,,,,,, iiwwpiW  1073   Tft0,7 new   brakes^  Mlchollns, AM-FM  radio,  elec. overdrive, needs some  work. $2600. OBO. Ph. 885-  6767, ��� 3767-18  J  JERSEY      MILK      cow,  producing 4% gal. milk per  day. Heifer calf. 8834172.  3693-17  LAR-Alredalo  Jood homes  7.  puppies, need  .486-0409  886-9277,  elec. propane. 885-3525.  3742-17  8' VANGUARD camper, 1974,  good cond'n, $1500. 885-2481  or 885-5407. 3698-17  '78  TRAVEt trailer, :*SB��f-  excel, cond., sliding glass  door, new furniture. 883-9230.  3869-22  CAMPER for small Import  truck. Furnace, stove & ice  box. 885-9452. , 3902-49  Motorcycles  '78    HARLEY    Davidson  Sportster, $5,000.885-9422.  3833-17  HORSESHOEING.  Call Bob  Hopkins eves. 886-9470. 3300-  tfn  /��� _���   CHICKS - brown egg layers,  white Leghorns, white  Rocks. Order early-ship  anywhere. Napier Chick  Safes, 6743-216th St., Box 59,  Milner, B.C. VOX 1T0. 534-  7222. 3462-tf  DAY OLD Ducklings and  Goslings for sale. Ph. 298-  4168 or 465-4691, Or write 5249  Regent St., Burnaby, B.C. V5C  4H4. VJ>   3782-17  SHETLAND PONY, good with  small children,  must  be  sold. Offers. Ph. 865-5763.3802-  18  """'        "'      W1-****'!!    '     .Mll-f-. .1 1  .1,1.1, .1,.,.���.w.  Pets  REG'D SIBERIAN Husky  pups. Kornovanda Dlchoda  lines. Ph. 5304)614 - 24 hours  (574-4368 weekends). Write  Coppermine Kennel, 8720  Harvie' Rd.,RR 6, Surrey:  B.C.V3S4P1. 3878-ft  FREE to gd. pet-loving homo  6 mo. old Llnx pt Siamese  kitten; 5 mo. old Burm. kitten; 1 yr. old blue Siamese.  885-6452 or 886-2443.      3858-17  or 880-  3870-19  BARKLESS Basenji pups.  Rog'd. Shots, wormed, dow  claws removed. Bom Jan. 20.  3873-17  Wanted to Buy  LOGS OR TIMBER wanted.  ~ ftrrh��nlock*or"cedar.  Porpoise Bay Logging Ltd,  885-9408 or 885-2032.       4480-tf  WANT TO BUY child's bike.  Ph.BC0-23B5orWW-0880.3001-  18  __HARBOURSIDE_ _  DEVELOPMENTS  LTD.  presents:  FOR SALE ��� the old Pool  Half on 103 ft. waterfront  in Lower Gibsons. This  prime location ' property  has tremendous potential  for fOfure development.  Close to site of marina and  existing harbour. Priced at  $80,000 for early sale,  Phone 886-2207  9 am���5 pm  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  SELKIRK INSULATED.  CHIMNEYS   -  Best prices on Coast  MACLEODS-SECHELT  4527-tfn  DOORS! B.C.'s lowest prices.  Pre-hung Interior $15.90;  pre-hung exterior $37.00;  fancy doors $49.00. Huge  stock! Walker's, ph. 260-7211,  1366 S.W. Marine Dr., Vancouver V6P5Z9. 3362-tf  FIREWOOD, box cords, $55  full cord; $30 half cord. 885-  9418.  Be  wise  order  your  firewood before you need it!  3709-20  CLOSING OUT SALE I  Halfmoon Bay  Second Hand Store  SAT & SUN. MAR. 24 & 25  Furniture, appliances,  tools, bottle depot  PH. 885-2039  3857-17  1-  1.1 . ,, .,.:��� ,  See More Classifieds  1 flee Pago IM \  DRESS  MAKING  by  EXPERIENCED  SEAMSTRESS  "SffiftlflftglHg  l�� ^PfiftoWiAing  ^aiMpnfinr/fln"  ...: Call   886-7916  after 5:00 p.m.  I Wednesday, March 21,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageB-3  TOLLJFREEFROM  VANCOUVER:  689-7623  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  Highway 101 at Francis Peninsula Rd.  883-2794  HASLAM CREEK WATERFRONT  -Over-15 acres with-750-ft-waterfront,~with���  cabin & oyster lease. FP $165,000. Possible  terms.  BUSINESS -^  PENDEROSA Grocery & Drive-in at Garden  Bay. Owner wilt take house in trade. Phone  for particulars on this going concern to Mike  -Kosse-at-883-937-8,   BARGAIN HARBOUR LOT  -And-a -real -bargairHHs \ -Gfose-fobeach-&-  free moorage. F.P. $12,000.  McNAUGHTON^fO'lNT  1.9 acres of view waterfront overlooking  Malaspina Strait. Attractive 3 bedroom,  1200 square feet home. A" fine property  going for $70,000.   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.  John Breen - 883-9978        Mike Rosse  EXCELLENT  Building lot. Front Road, Madeira Park. Fully  serviced $10,500.  7 ACRES  On Highway 101 close to Madeira Park.  Partly cleared and on a westerly slope.  Asking $35,000.  883-9378  Jock Herman 883-2745  _f��2  FLORON  AGENCIES LTD.  I  95  Real Estate & Insurance  Box 238,1589 Marine Drive, Gibsons  886-2248  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 heafilators, double . glazing  on main floor. $85,000.  GIBSONS WFT���Gower Point area; 2 bdrm��Tlarge living room with-ER,-  electric heat, full basement could be made into rec room or extra living  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. '  ROBERTS CREEK ��� New subdivision, 2 bdrm house on large lot; lower  floor has utility room, storage and extra lavatory. Some view of Georgia  Strait from upper floor; priced to sell at $40,500. '  VETERANS ROAD ��� Comfortable 3 bdrm home, 2 baths, master bdrm  ensuite, lovely post and beam, stone FP In.living room, A/O heat, extra  room In bsmt. Situated on large lot with good garden area, Must be seen.  LOTS  LOWER GIBSONS ��� 3 lots, corner School Road and Hiway 101,  tremendous potential, high traffic area. $175,000.  GRANTHAMS ��� three lots on Reed Road. Good Investment property,  potential view. Asking $8,750 each.  ACREAGE ��� 6.9 acres on level lot, beautiful property with year-round  creek and well-treed with alder, maple and fir, Hiway access at 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 ��� Langdale, good retirement area; lot 65 x 1937 Try your  offer.  ROSAMUND ROAD ��� Three lots cleared, ready to build. Only $10,500  each.  GIBSONS - LEVEL CLEARED LOT IN Gibsons Village on sewer and water,  62 x 182', obtainable with small down payment of $3,500. Inquire for  further details.  ACREAGE ��� Five acres, secluded with creek acrbss one corner. Beautiful  proporty In Roberts Creek area, Good Investment. Asking $23,000.  Evenings Catt: John Black, 886-7316;  Ron McSavaney, 885-3339;  George Cooper, 886-9344  \      '1  h(?me    with"    3    bathrooms    partially"  finished rec room, hot water heating, 5  appliances. Built 1976. 84,000.  GULFVIEW-ROAD-  Madelra  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� Luxurious 3 BR  cedar home, built 1975. View and many  extras. $105,000.  fantastic view from this new home ��� 3  new appliances, fireplace. $87,060.  IRVINES LANDING ��� 3 BR view home,  ~stone~fireplace;���en suiter 6-appliance sr-  Close to marine. $75,000. One car taxf  business available with above for additional $10,000.  GARDEN BAY ���3 BR split level home,  built 1977. 6 appliances, 2 sundecks,  carport.   Excellent   view.   Landscaped-  semi-waterfront lease lot. $35,000;  -FRANCIS  PENINSULA ��� Near new  3  ~WrTfTl|>lit~leve1~Fireplace, sundeck &  'carport^. $60,000.  FRANCIS   PENINSULA   ���    12.x-44'  MADEIRA PARK ��� interesting 4BR view     Glendale mobile home with 430 sq ft.  homer���architect���designed;���5���major���additfonr-��rr2/3i-acreHot;-$28750e;���  appliances. $77,000.  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.  '-%���>  J_1UES.|PAQ)J._AKE_=_3_BR home.on_5��.  acres. Fruit trees, garden. View over  lake. $77,500.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES  BR home,  built   1976.  Ensuite,  fireplace,   double  carport, landscaped lot. $59,000.  GARDEN  BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR view  home, thermopane windows, fireplace,  ~w/WT3~bath7ooms. Easy woIR"fo"storesT  PO & marinas. $67,500.  NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 BR home,  -frreplarer*OTTdectc3/4T_creiof"o"n"Hwy-  101. $37,500.  LOTS AND ACREAGE  LOTS  ��u��  ���*r  mmem  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  LOTS  J.   MADEIRA   PARK  $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. BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� 1.5 acres,  treed, serviced, $25,000.  serviced lots. 6. MOBILE HOME LOTS ��� seven lots,  serviced with hydro & water, on  Cochrane Road, Francis Peninsula.  $11,000-$12,750.  7. PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES ��� Sinclair  Bay Road. Serviced lots, most with view,  three with lakefront. Priced from  $10,000 to $37,500.  8. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 8 nice  building lots at corner of Cochrane and  Cameron Roads. $11,000-$ 13,000,  FRANCIS PENINSULA  1. 132 ft W/F In Pender Harbour,  1.8  acres, deep moorage. $50,000.  2. 83 ft W/F adjoining above   1.22��  acres. $36,500.  3. 220ft ft low bank sheltered waterfront. 1.24 treed acres. $48,000.  SECRET COVE   -  Lot A on Wescan Road. Steep, but has  good building site & sheltered moorage.  On sewer system. $35,000.  ACREAGE  ACREAGE  INVESTMENT PROPERTY  Partially   developed   subdivision   with  potential of 59 lotji on Franc|�� Peninsula,  Pender Harbour. $150,000.  1. MIDDLE POINT ��� 2.9 treed acres on  Hwy 101 with 949jb ��q ft 2 BR horn* with  carport. Drilled will. $39,500.  ?,   RUBY LAKE ��� 5+ treed acres, close  to public lake acces.. $19,800.  3. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 3.4�� acres &  4+ acres, seml-waterfront. Overlooking  Malaspina Strait 8 |ust a few feet to the  waterfront. Hydro, water A paved road.  $40,000 each,  4. Near Ruby Lake ��� 8.39 acres on Hwy,  101. $25,000.  5. Near Madeira Park ��� 15 acres,  2150�� ft oh Hwy 101. $44,000",  6. Francis Peninsula ��� l.BJt acres,  corner of Warnock and Francis Peninsula  Road*. $17,500.  EARL COVE ��� 5.57 acres,' 450+ ft  sheltered waterfront adjoining ferry  terminal. Excellent site for possible  motal', hotel, camper-trailer park.  $135,000. . '    ,   ���  EGMONT ��� 2.27 acres with 387_h ft low  bank waterfront. Good driveway to  waterfront. Launching ramp, site has  been prepared for possible use as W/F  trailer-camper park & fishing resort. An  , excellent property. Full price $95,000.  EGMONT ��� 7 acres with 540 ft low  bank waterfront. Site has been  prepared for possible use as a large  WF trailer-camper park & fishing  resort. This Is an excellent property  ad|olnlng the Egmont Marina.  $160,000 ��� Owner will finance at  bank Interest rate.  ST. VINCENT BAY ��� 365+ ft waterfront,  6.71 acres, water access, $29,500,  ^COMMERCIAL PROPERTY^  Junction island ��� st. vincent bay  Beautiful 10.75+ acre Island In Jervis Inlet with numerous good building  silos, excollont iheltored moorage and several coves, Well treed with fir,  cedar, arbutus ��� some merchantable timber. Oyster bed. Only 15"minutes  ride by fait boat from Ear Is Cove or Egmont, $120,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� vacant store bldg,  aMm_._____m "^lolnlno living quarters. One acre with  l$W*____H 104'   frontage   on   Madeira   Park   Rd.  7,'SuS Zoned R3. $52,000.  WATERFRONT HOMES  i  TROUT FARM ��� PENDER HARBOUR. Ready  to go - - raceways Installed to handle  160,090 trout. 95 + acres land.  Provincial commercial tr0ut farm  licence, Water licence, located on Hwy  101, across from Pender Harbour  Secondary School, $266,000.  GARDEN BAY MARINE -~ 700+ Jlneal  feet1 floats, Living quarters, laundry,  ��how��r% oa . >������������<. lend, $��*,QQ0.   GARDEN BAY ��� spacious 9 BR horn* on  1,16 acres on Claydon Road. On 93+ ft  waterfront with float and boathouie,  $X49MQ ...... ���..���___��� ���,-,..  GARDEN BAY ESTATES - 5 BR home, full  basement, 1997 sq ft on main floor. Built,  1976. Separate 700 sq ft workshop. On  122+choice waterfront lot with romp A  UooT$180,000.    -- ' " ~ ��� �� '  GUNBOAT BAY - 5 + ocrei with 3 BR  home, 3 cottages, float, On 152+ fl  watorfront, Near Madeira Park,  $125,000,  Wrtl^wwrifci-WMW  DAN WILEY, Rea. 883-9149  OLLI or JEAN SL.ADEY, 883-2233  ���>  \ Page B-4 Peninsula Times  March 21,1979  For Sale  11 CU. FT, upright freezer,  new cond.; blue 9x10%' rug  & underlay; - 2 chrome bar-  stools 28" high; double  stainless steel-sink w-faucet.  883-9053. 3835-17  SILVBRUNERtentrtraUer  . ..gd_ -tires,' _new ���wheel  bearings, new wiring, needs  Tiewamvas. Sips 6T$200r885=~  5252. 3844-19  BUNK MATTRESSES, 2'5" x  5*9". 885-2316. 3855-17  Doug Joyce  Bob Bull  885-2761  885-2503  -PORTABLE SAWMUJ-rSteel  construction w-edger, 335  Cummins-diesel power plant.  Sacrifice $35,000. Dawson  Logging & Contracting Ltd.,  Box 466, Lillooet, B.C. VOK  1V0. Ph. 2564533. 3881-17  DOORS!���B.'C.-s- Lowest-  Prices! Pre-hung interior  $15^r^ottd_^?rteHor-door5~  $19.00; metal insulated front  doors $59.00; keyed locks  $9.90; 3' closet bifold sale  $11.90; reject doors $1.95;  Canada's largest selection  econofhydoors! Walker Door  Ltd., 266-7211. 1366. S.W.  Marine Drive, Vancouver V6P  5Z9. 3882-17  MACRAME SUPPLIES. -  complete line of books and  supplies. Free catalogue  available from Macrame Hut,  2393 Ness Ave., Winnipeg,  -ManFR3-riA5. -388347-  -SECHELT-VrLDTGlE: Reduced $2700D~f6r  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 tqjggtio & workshop., Large  -4aundry-f oorrfrclose -WtodHaunch^QNtY  $41;500, Bob. -,  REALTY LTD.  885-3211  Jack Anderson  Stan Anderson  Don Hadden  885-2053  885-2385  885-95104  ,  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE   Post Offi-e Box 1219. Sechelt,  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. Bob.  Vancouver Toll Free: 684-8016  HAMMOND   ORGAN   -^ 2  manuals, 13' pedals, new  cond. 886-7106 after 6 pm. 3884-  19  DUSKY PINK  wool  rug,  15x12'; matching runner  10'x4', $200.885-3389.    3853-19  SEAGULL OB motor, as new,  $215; paint sprayer w-motor  $65; 24' ladder, $50; pipe  poles, $10; alum, screen glass  door 34%"x80", $20;  galvanized nails, 6", 40 lbs.,  $24; 45 lb. 10", $27.885-9570.  3862-17    *  % PRICE Chesterfield and  chair, like new; also misc.  885-2401. 3866-17  VERY GOOD COND. Ken-  more oil range, $100; 2 oil  stands w-barrels & all connections, $25; lge white fridge,  jnod._sty.le, $85.885-9560. 3893-  17". -        -        ���  24" ADMIRAL B&W console  TV & antenna, good working  order. $75 obo. 885-9250 eves.  3895-17  USED   FRIDGE,   sink   &  cement ldry tubs. 885-3876,  after 6 pm. 3904-17  FISHER woodburning stoves,  for sale at A.C. Rentals,  Hwy. 101 & Francis Peninsula  Rd, 883-2585. 3217-tf  jFISHER 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  NEW MAIL order service.  Hamilton Hops & Grapes  Inc., wine & Deer making  supplies. 464A Burnside Rd.  (E). Vlctoria.V8T 2X2. Send  for free pricelist.        3741-17  MOTORHOME RV Class A 25'  Itaska. Roof air, generator,  454 GM, eye-level oven, 8 cu.  ft. fridge & freezer, rear bath,  lots of storage. 14,000 orig. ml.  Nice & clean, city tested.  $22,000,886-7433. 3713-17  14' SPEED BOAT.  45 HP,  elec. start and shift and new  Calvan trailer. $900 OBO. Ph.  886-7453. 382148  1974 FORD L750 single axle  dump truck, 391V-8, low mi.  Good cond. $6500 firm, Ph. 685-  5773 after 5. 3798-18  U��e'Tlmen'  Adbrlef*  to Sell, Rent,  Buy, Swap etc.  BARGAIN PROPERTY  FOR SALE  1 blk. 66 ft, by,170 It. 220-  110 cablevn, tel��� pvat wtr(i  etc, Psgr but, sch bus stop  100 ft. 8 mln to ferry, 3mln  to Gibsons 600 ft access to  waterft, 100 ft access to  hard   sfce    hwy.    Beaut,   v.!��w.,,WIILund��ritll ol a  fair offer any lot advertised on the Penlniula.,  View by appt.  686-7731  T  T  -WEST-S.GHEL-T+-9 .SPawes-of-good;!artrHa  Has new 4bdrm ranch style home', 2 ponds  supplied by spring water with approx, 4  acres cleared, balance has some timber. All  services on paved rd. 2, miles from Sechelt  centre. This property has many potential  uses. Reduced to $89,000, Bob. r  6�� ACRES ON REID ROAD; Mostly cleared,  some fruit trees and yr round creek.'  Property mostly fenced, front yard landscaped and in lawn. House is very large  2300 sq ft, 2 fps, several sets of plumbing.  Kitchen & LR have been completely  remodelled. South slope, all'usoble land. FP  $85,000. Call Stan,    -v -  T'u~  8 ACRE VIEW COUNTRY ESTATE: 3 bedrm,  4400���sq���f t������Jul I���basernerrt���fiOTTnr^wlth"  spacious living-dining room. Fireplaces up &  down plus extra flue in basement. Open  staircase to rec room, extensive cedar work  inside and good kitchen cupboards. Large  c'port with storage & 22x45''swimming  pool���Approx 3-acres landscpaed lawn.'  Orchard, fishpond, year, round creek,  garden, greenhouse & complete privacy. FP  $91,000.  __*&���  Do you wish to sell  your property this spring?  DON HADDEN  will give careful attention to your problem  if you give him a call at 885-32117  BUSINESS BLOCK  A LITTLE GOLDMINE: Sechelt's best restaurant. A THRIVING  business with an excelltn gross profit. Living accommodation on site  for the new owners at very little extra.  ROBERTS CREEK:-3 bedroorrt.hbme on ,1.67  acres. Spacious open plan of 1320 sq. ft. Has .  ~ens"uTteoirmaster bedrm. home has family  room  and  utility.   Reduced   drastically  in  price for immediate sale. FP $48,000, Bob.  GOING CONCERN: Small trailer park, 4 pads and lots of room for  expansion, 2.41 acres of land, some trees. Wilson Creek location.  Very convenient. FP $60,000.  -HALFMOON  BAY:  Commercial   opportunity  on   Hwy   101!   Gas  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.  Doug. '   .   ,  ROBERTS CREEK ��� Brand new 3 bedroom  home, immediate possion. Try your offer to  $43,000. Call Doug,  station, auto repair shop investment. A one of a kind. Zoned C2.  Asking $39,900.  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 af  $54,900. Bob.  SEMI-RETIREMENT BUSINESS GOING CONCERN $74,500 FULL PRICE  TWO LAUNDROMAT LOCATIONS.  Both of these sites are ideal for year-round steady trade. 14 washer  & 12 dryers in one location. 7 dryers and 14 washers in 2nd location.  All equipment in top condition. Stores are clean and newly  decorated. Gross revenue approx $2,800 per month. For further  information call J. Anderson or Bob Bull 885-3211, Vane. 684-8016.  PRICE REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE: Like new  2 bdrm bsmt' home. Good layout with  southern exposure and view. Save money-  extra insulation, twin seal windows and  heatilator fireplace. $54,000. Call Bob.  SECHELT VILLAGE: Near new 3 bdrm  modular home, on clear garden lot with  -carport���Price��� rrrcludes���stove ."'fridgeT  washer, dryer and is completely (urnished.  Walk to shops. A bargain at $36,900. Stan.  DAVIS BAY: ONE OF THE COAST'S FINEST ��� Fully finished on both  floors. This all cedar home is of the highest quality. Two heatilator  fireplaces make the home very inexpensive to heat. One extra  large main floor bedroom and 2 on the lower level. Large attached  two car carport and a large carpeted sundeck, all thermal pane  windows, a lot that Is over 1/2 acre and landscaped make this a  MUST SEE hornet FP $73,500. Call Stan.  HOMES  LOTS  REDROOFFS AREA: Wildwood Rd., 125 x 200' level lot, very easy to  build on. Beautiful evergreens. Priced for immediate sale at  $11,200.  SANDY HOOK WATERFRONT: 68' of accessible waterfrontage with  boat launching slipway. 400' sq ft cabin with fireplace S 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.  SELMA PARK: 2 bdrm part basement home-on a large view site?  Home is near new and in excellent condition. Wrap around sundeck  and-dou^le-carportv-Basement-is-fintshed���FP-$54,500;   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. Bob.  fa i  WEST SECHELT: One of the prettiest split  levels around I Less than one year old. Twin  Seal windows & screens. Half basement  wjith downstairs bathroom. 7 x 9' steel shed,  on a cement pad. Asking $49,900. Call  Doug.  DAVIS BAY MOTEL: 10 s.c. units plus owner's home. 4 lots frontinp  on Highway 101. & beach. 351.47' frontage. Large workshop S  storage. Selling under assessed value. $225,000. Terms.  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOME: a -ozyr,near new"'792 sq ft ,2JH��droorrf.  home close to the beach at Chapman Creek,r<!tol-stair;s,-��jelectric  heat, double glazing. Government prepaid leas* has-l9<years to  run. FP $32,000.  REDROOFFS: 4 side by side view lots, each 1,18 acres with 100 feet  roa9 f rontageTExcellent buys at full"pnce"$l STOOO'eacff.  ��� t. i   ROBERTS CREEK: A fine building lot 72 x 105', close to beach access.  Property is sloping to the south. Paved road. Asking $15,000.  REDROOFFS AREA:" Approx one treed acre. 99' on Redrooffs Rd.  Close to beach and boat launch. Fully serviced. FP only $10,500.  -SECHELT VILLAGE;��� Lot'6, selectively cleared leaving some trees.  View of the ocean & within walking distance to shoppfng. Sewered  this year. Asking $12,000.  SECHELI VILLAGE ��� SUNSHINE HEIGHTS ���  Spectacular view of the inlet & mountains.  1058 sqft of easy to keep 2 bedroom home,  Landscaped by a professional. Priced to sell  immediately-at $44,900. Call Doug.  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME: 3 bedroom full  ���basement home on a targe landscaped lot,  lots of sundeck on the south west side. The  home also has a extra large attached  double garage with direct entry to the  basement. Rec room and .bedroom In  basement are basically finished. FP  $65,900. Call Stan.  GIBSONS - NORTH ROAD: Near new 3 bedroom home with 3  bathrooms, has shake roof & cedar siding which blend into the  wooded setting overlooking Keats Island & beyond! Good location,  close to ferry for commuting. Ready of occupancy next month.  Priced aL$64,900.7j   _    .7 .:;... ...���-���   - - -  ACREAGE  WATERFRONT ACREAGE: 1,47 acres of wooded parkland with 104'  of frontage on Howe Sound. The site Is gently sloping and provides  a spectacular view of the channel between Bowen and Gambler  Islands. Priced ot $40,000.   SECHELT VILLAGE: 5 acres measuring 330 x 660'. Will eventually  have a view. Close to the arena., Try your offer to $35,000.        _   '  SOUTHWOOD ROAD: Close to 1/2 acre. Level building lot. Hydro  and regional water at rood. Check & compare. Attractively priced at  $9,450.   .���'  CLEARED, LEVEL LOT: Sechelt Village ��� 62.5xr 120V Ready for  building. Owner will trade as part down payment on home. Value  $11,500. ���  SELMA PARK VIEW LOT: Extra large 90 x 179' lot, corner location,  easy access. Excellent view of 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.  GIBSONS: 2 1/2 acres with modern 3  bedroom basement home. Oil fired hot  water heating, two fireplaces, rec room and  many other features, Approx. 1 1/2 acres  cleared and In lawn with fruit trees and  shrubs, excellent soil. FP $68,000, Stan,  WEST SECHELT: Spanish split level home,  near new with all the extra features.  Double carport, workshop, 3 baths, 4  bedrms, 2 fireplaces, bay window and a  formal dining area, Good level lot affords a  view from the 2nd floor. Tile robf, 2288 sq ft  at only $72,500. Call Bob.  WILSON CREEK��� Own your own trailer park on Hwy 101, Complete  with mobile home for you lo live in. Winding stream through 2,41  acres, two double wide'concrete pads, Asking $60,000.  HALFMOON BAY: Approx 1.1 acres. 2'BR'hornet Could put second  home on this property. FP $44,900.  EGMONT WATERFRONTI:' Excellent Investment opportunity. Close  to 560' of waterfront with 5 acres & a 5 yr old double wide home.  Asking $85,000 with 1/2 dn. All offers & trades will be considered,  SELMA PARK: Prime building lotl Over 150' road frontage. Large  .enough Jo assure privacy, FP $18,500.  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT: Lot 80 x 414' -, Great view with all  services, water, paved road, cablevlslon, hydro. FP $26,500.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS: Inlet view lot 50 x 120 x 90. Close to marine.  Asking $13,500.  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 trqdes,  VIEW LOTS, SANDY HOOK ��� take your choice of 3, priced low to  sell at $8,050 & $8,150. Owner will look at reasonable offers to  these low prices.  SECHELT VILLAGE: Sunshine Heights Lot 67 x 125' In a district  containing soma f|,no new homes. Level and easy to clear. All  services, $2,000 down and easy monthly payments, FP $10,900,  SANDY HOOK; Spectacular view Lot In quiet residential area. 55 x  163' zoned RH, Mobile homes permitted. Asking $10,500.  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  Ut 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 R $12,500  Lit 21Blocrr$12,500  i  i  \ f���  ���4-t-  ~V~  iThe Peninsula Times  PageB-5  T.   -j i  ���mi *rt'  for vendars  : f ��� ���   ,  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Seaside Plaza  886-2000  1?  <��� ���*  Glbcons  ~a8ft-~2607~  '.Ask your sales person ^ Fast Action        ."    r, ,.���-  about    the     MULTIPLE,/    Massive advertising is  LISTING SERVICE- for_the.v_accomplished onthe_f_rst_dayr  six major benefits outlined   your ^listing arrives in the  here.  Over 4,500 licensed sales  people on the lower, mainland  "quickly know, your property is  for sale, arid these people  .���V'v- ��� -.V. ">"c,'i  SUNNYCREST  -SHOPPING  VANCOUVER  t v       *\  H.B. GORDON AGENCIES LTD.  Cpwrle Street .885-2013 Sechelt  VILLAGE OF SECHELT. Waterfront. Architect designed home. By  appointment only with John Wilson.  "ROBERTS CREEK at Crowe R3 &Hwy 101. Two sxs 5 acre parcels  -262^x-830T-F.P!-only-f297000-eochT���" ������-^ ���  REDROOFFS AREA, large 1 /2 acre. 125' x 200'. Only $9,900.  GOOD SELECTION OF VIEW LOTS  JOHN WILSON  885*9365  know the potential buyers   This- photo-listing system  covering all areas is circulated daily to the members  of TWO Real Estate Boards  and the competition is keen to  sell listings in every corner of  our metropolitan i city. This  assures you offers in the top  bracket of market value and  has proved to be a fast, efficient, action-medium, for  real estaifelalesr  Member-offices - of two  Boards, .This information  stays active until your house  igKsold. A purchaser-could  come_ali)nglo_mQni--_t_irough_  any of over 500 firms!  Priven Efficiency  MULTIPLE    LISTING  SERVICE is no Johnny-come-  lately ��� it has proved itself  and IMPROVED itself since it  was originated in 1950, and,  each year the record rises, as 7  more  and  more  vendors,  discover its efficiency.      ;  ,  'I ���Top. ChoiceJoJcJSuyjers.  CENTRE  886-2277  B  LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD  R.R. 2-Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  CONVEYANCING.REAL ESTATE CONSULTING ���APPRAISALS* NOTARY PUBLIC  TOLL FREE  6824513  HOMES  I  I  I  1  ANNOUNCaEM-Nr  Gibsons Realty is pleased to announce that  STEVE SAWYER has joined the Sales Staff of  our Company in Gibsons.  Steve has 10 years experience in business  and investment including 5 years in business  counselling with an eastern marketing firm.  , Steve will be specializing in small business  here in Gibsons as well as in residential home  sales and industrial properties and will take  pleasure in serving all I his friends and  acquaintances on the Sunshine Coast.  He can be contacted at 886-2277.  SUNNYCREST  SHOPPING  CENTRE  I DEVELOPMENT LTD  R.R. 2-GH>$onsr B.C. VON 1V0  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  i  I  VANCOUVER 1  TOLL FREE    I  682-15131  ���  ii  -���-Ail��� Board���members-  cooperate in selling'your  property but you deal >ith  only ONE person���the listing  salesman, who takes the  _7worryl out_ of_jdealing._with  , public enquiries, industry  questions, open houses Sand  taking' offers. It's a  MULTIPLE bargain because  you get the value of the expertise, energy and ex-  , perience of over 4,500' licensed  people,,yet the neighbourly    ������������..���   , .      ��� _  ^feelmg^f^i^rg-WiUfoiflH^^^^^y^-yf  one. concerned   nnd   con-    professional sence because he   Potential purchasers in  ^very"iieTg_ftS��ifhdd^"Tuiow  your property is for sale. How.  else can a buyer in North  Vancouver know your Surrey  home is for sale, but with the  MULTIPLE - LISTING  SERVICE-spreadingthe word-  in a flash to over 500 firms  associated with the two  Boards in the, metropolitan  area.  Professional Service -  The MULTIPLE LISTING  .7. ;#'��5te  7r" ^k^u^r^fXO7v-- _  i \ K * >  REDROOFFS ROAD ��� WATERFRONT  Wind your way down a gently sloping path to 158 feet of your own waterfront  "property, AYlow tide, a Beautiful sandy^acTTfoT'tTie RT-frtoTplay, sw1rn"aTnfl~sR7i7  From your large living room window the most spectacular view you have ever seen.  Watch the large ships and pleasure craft churn their way through Welcome Pass. This  unbelievable view takes in Halfmoon Bay, Welcome Pass and Thornby Island. This  well built, single storey home features beautifully landscaped grounds and is mostly  In huge trees for complete privacy. This beautiful home must be seen to be believed.    $109,500.00       " -  :-        -   ,  CHERYL^NNETARK'ROADrThreelwdToom  one year old home on large treed lot. Quiet  paved no through street. Home features  ensuite, bathroom, two finished fireplaces,1  finished rec room. Sundeck, concrete drive  and carport. Vacant and ready for occupancy. $62,500. I  1272 HEADLAND ROAD: Ideal starter home I  for Mr. Fix-Up. Two bedroom home !  presently rented out at $195 per month, j  Close to beach and boat launch. Lane access |  Jn��� rear.���Close���to��� shopping���and���fran~|  _spprtjPltioiJ._$2JBj000. ~. , ~~~|  POPLAR LANE: Sunny location on popular  Poplar Lane. Three bedrooms, plus ensuite,  huge kitchen, with large.dining area. Lots of  room for expansion. The whole family will  find themselves within walking distance to  schools, shopping and recreation. $47,500.  scientious person.  Complete Exposure  No waiting-for a weekly  print-out, no searching for ads  in the classified section ��� a  DAILY DISTRIBUTION to all  Member offices, in TWO  BOARDS gives your listing  the complete exposure it  deserves.  Maximum Price  ' Private sales can be overpriced through greed, or  under-priced through inexperience," but a MULTIPLE  LISTING will sell at the true  market level. Wide  distribution to over 4,500 sales  people guarantees ' the  greatest number of potential  purchasers.  is licensed through, a  Government body after a  rigorous training course,  where he learns proper  evaluation and salesmanship,  how to qualify buyers and  advise sellers. The Code of  Ethics administered by his  home Board assures-  satisfaction and takes, the  trauma out of selling.  s  It takes a heap of living.  Rooms can look comfortable  and 'lived in" without being  untidy, Keep mess to a  miriimum. Vacuum and dust  regularly. Keep tables uncluttered; dirty dishes out of  sight. Be sure kitchen and  bathroom counters and  plumbing are spotless.   1  ���  ~ -^-\  s-\\ ���  >  "-   vCJIii   _���"  HJ  ,.  Ii iW  r  i  hi  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE (1978) LTD.  Box 1490, R.R. 1  Wharf Road, Sechelt. B.C.- VON 3A0  HOMES  GIBSONS AREA TO ROBERTS CREEK  -ANGDALE $54,000  Large spacious 2 bedroom home on  85x165���lotx-Large���kitchen,���dining-  room, sundeck, carport, 2 fireplaces,  2 bathrooms, finished basement.  Price includes fridge, stove, washer  and dryer. Larry Reardon 885-3924.  WEST SECHELT ' $56,500  Attractive Spanish type 3 bdrm bungalow, approx 3 years built.  Large LR 20 x 20 with fireplace, open beam ceilings, DR, family  kitchen. All bdrms large, master ensuite, w/w throughout. Large  workshop at rear. Floor area 1584 sq ft. Ed Baker, 885-2641.    /   REDROOFFS TO PENDER HARBOUR AREA  FAIRVIEW,* PRATT ROADj Excellent starter  j-orrettrement horned This nicely appeimwl-  single bedroom home features a large  livingroom with cozy brick fireplace. Many  wood feature walls. Property is nicely  landscaped and completely fenced. Large  carport with storage shed at rear. Some  appliances included. $32,900.  ROSAMUND 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.  DAVIDSON RD: Langdale. Fantastic &  Sensational! New three bedroom home  close to school and ferries. Quality built and  covered-under the Government Home  Warranty Program. Situated on a large  nicely treed view lot at the end of a quiet cul  de sac. All new quality homes in the area.  $51,500.  ELPHINSTONE: A terrific view from this  large home on double lot. Two finished  fireplaces and a sundeck with plenty of  room for summer entertaining. This is a  - home���bu'ilt-for-owner-with���the-besfTjf -  materials. $62,500.  CONRAD RD: 2 bedroom home with 2 full  bathrooms situated on 2'1/2 acres of level  treed land. Creek runs through the property  only 60 feet from the front door of the  cottage. Ideal starter home or recreational  property. F.P. $29,900...'  HWY 101 & ARGENT ROAD: In the heart of  Roberts Creek 8/10 of an acre of nicely  treed gently sloping land. With 600 sq. ft. 2  bedroom home, presently heated with  wood burning heater but wired for 220  volts. Second dwelling permitted and could  be built behind existing building. F.P.  _$2_4.90Q.   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.  GRANDVIEW RD: "Spectacular View' This  brand new three bedroom home with 1120  square feet must be seen to be believed.  Feat'ures corner fireplace, bathroom  skylight. Large lot cleared and ready for  landscaping. Top quality carpeting. Top  quality everything. $51,900.'  VMCA RP  $49,500  A great family home, neat as a pin,  and spacious. 3 bedroom home large  LB with fireplace, close to ferry. It has  an attractive kitchen dinlnq room  areaJCarport and outside storage  space. Larry Reardon 885-3924.  ONLY STEPS TO BEACH  This family favorite has 5 bedrooms and a large rec, room.  Completely fenced yard |s safe for children. Lots of room for only  ���  $48,900; Rita Percheson 885-5706. '  UP & DOWN DUPLEX $49,500  Large 3 bodroom with excellent revenue potential, located on 1  acre near Roberts Creek on Highway 101, Vendor will consider  offers. Ed Baker 885-2641.  | WtiRYi ANNE fARK $42,500  Spotless 2 bdrm home In secluded  [area,   family   s.lze   kitchen  with  separate dining room. Fireplace in  20' LR with new wall to wall, Chuck  | Dowman, 885-9374.  .ECHELT AREA  memefaaat mi; .tf i._r sum iutfcuuu,/  IMPOSSIBLE? $57,6001 7  1700 sq. ft, of qulalty workmanship |n this now home under  construction. You choose carpets and colours. Many deluxe  featuros In this beauty, Wilson Creek. Rita Percheson 885-5706' '  or Chuck Dowman 885-9374.  BAST PORPOISE BAY ROAD $39,900  [Everything Is oversized In thU largo  Jmobile, with approx 1300 sq ft floor   '.  jqroa,  Joined  under  one roof   are  171x12  and  36x12  units,  creating  l.amplo space for a rec room large    <  ���enough  to house a pool table,   3  bedrooms,   large   sundeck ' and   a  separate garage, (30x16)  Priced ta sell. Larry Reardon 885-3924.  SECHELT VltlAO- $38,000  Copy bungalow, 2 bdrms could bo 3, Neat & clean Inside and out,  wa|k to shopping 8, schools, Large LR with w/w carpeting, kit-  "*chen>8 dinette, carportf Fenced and fully landscaped;1 For futher   ������'v*  Info, call Ed Baker '805-2641,.  SECHELT VIHAO.i 3 bdrm sparkler.  P<i__ Charming & Immaculate w-dlnlng rm  "-W' and kitchen eating space, cozy  fireplace A carpeted throughout,  Only 1 yr old and already has a,  bountiful garden with fruit trees.  Priced to sol) fatt at $46,900.  Phone Keri Wells, 883-7223  ""���"" ���-���������"'���--'���������-- >2*;_oo ;���  Renovated 2-��torey home, Good tlze kitchen with dining area.  One bedroom on main floor, 2 children's rooms up, 1 block to  water, New wall ta wall throughout, Chuck Dowman, 009-9374.  IMMACUlATfi  3 bdrm home In Sechelt Village,  Large corner lot is completely fenced  and landscaped, Carport hat ad-  |olning workthop and storage area.  Value for your rnoney at $46,900,  Rita Percheion, 805-5706 or Chuck  Dowman, 885.9374,  VMW.Vr\Wii,VMtft 107.000  Everywhere you look there It value  In thlt truly beautiful home, In  West Socholt. Cathedral ontrance,  <^--l^reemera4^ep^��eSff��r^'f��f-��-'|  ���room, workroom plut,ono btdroom ��giie,aawnsiaift.,/>��ce)y����.,-  landscaped and the price hat been reduced to $37,000, Larry  Reardon 005-3924,  *_��Mm$  to  NEW $39,700  Try $2000 down with 95% financing i  on this attractive and well-built 31  bdrm rancher in Redrooffs. 1196 sq ft I  situated on 1/2 acre treed property. I  Lge kitchen with eating area, 21' LR. I  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.  CHEAPER THAN RENT $32,500  4-yr old 3 bdrrri full bsmt home on one acre near Sllversands.  Live In while you do the finishing. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374,  LOTS AND ACREAGE  SARGENT ROAb- Magnificent ocean view lot. Fully serviced, on  sewer. 65 x 110'. Close to all .amenities. Builder's terms  available, Larry Reardon, ,885-3924. $13,900.  INVESTMENT POTENTIALt In this beautiful 1/2 acre and wooded  lot on Wlldwood Road. Zoned R2 for mobile homes. Hydro and  water. Rita Percheson 885-5706. $10,500.  GARDEN BAY ROADi Rock bluff building site on this 3,5 acre  wooded property, would provide terrific view over pasture land,  All-year stream. Easy terms available. Chuck Dowman 885-  9374, $22,500.  WATERFRONT LOT/VIEW LOT ��� At Sandy Hook we have this  100'+ waterfront lot, close to road and ad|olnlng with an excellent view lot that lies next to B,T. Larry Reardon, 885-3924.  $15,500 a $8,500. /  1/2 ACRE LQX - Cleared and ready to build on, Servlcod, Incl  cable, Nickerson Rd. Ed Baker, 883-2641. $13,500,  1.17 ACRES-Nicely treed, gentle slope to SW, will have a good  view when some treet come down. Ed Baker, 885-2641,  $18,500.  RARE 2^1 ACRE* ��� Only 5 minutes west of Sechelt. High and dry,  mostly treed. Chuck Dowman, 883-9374. Atklng $62,000,  NQR VW3T ffAy RpAQ . Wooded lot, 150x70', zoned R2, trail-fallowed, Sign on. Ed Baker, 883.2641. $12,500,  yWLCOilWWQ-fPt-An extra large lot, 123 x 200', tervlced with  hydro and water, Larry Reardon, 883-3924. $9,730,  BBAUTIf UL HALF ACHE LOT- Loaded with treet on blacktop road,  with hydro and water. Larsy Reardon, 883-3924. $13,300,  HALF ACRE LOT- Large treed lot at the corner of Redrooffs Road  ond the road to Sargent Bay. Serviced with hydro and water,  Larry Reardon, 803-3924, $13,000,  lARQAIN HABBfiUR.-fll- Seml-waterfront property, |ust across  the Narrows bridge and facing Bargain Harbour, Treed and good  for building on, with Just the rpad between you and the .water.,  Larry Reardon, 883-3924. $22,300,  HIGHWAY 101, COMMERCIAL C2  Corner of Airport Road  SHOPPING CENTRE POTENTIAL  lot 4, Corner lot 1.883 acret,   ���������-'���-'-���"pri��$ltt,-CflQ*""   Lot 3, Intlde lot 1,778 acret,  price $73,000  HEDOR INFLATION 1147,000  W'llbulltcomrnerclal.bulldlng In Sechelt Village with excellent  rental history, Ad 2nd floor lor additional Income, 900 It vacant  *Mcr"V8��rrc;'t)��wffiBir^W.9374r** '-������������ ��� ~���   I  ���  ���  1286 HEADLANDS ROAD: This three  bedroom home is attractively situated at  the base of the Bluff and close to the boat  launching ramp. Great living room for  entertainment, 16 x 25. Also has 10-1/4%  mortgage. $42,900.  CHAMBERLIN . RD:" Executive home on  acreage.over 2100 square feet of floor  area, Two fireplaces, formal living room  and dining room. Family room and eating  area. Double attached garage all. on 4.38  acres. Irreplaceable at $97,500.  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.  urn  B  s  ���  ���  E  s  We're the Neighbor hood Professionals.  mmmwmmmmmmimmmmmmWmMmWlmmmmWie^^  \  HWY 101 ft ARGENT RD: 6/10 of an acre of  treed land In Roberts Creek 2 blks from the  Masonic Hall. 2 dwellings allowed on the  property. 100 feet of Hwy frontage that  would.be Ideal for domestic industry site  with home behind. On Hydro & Regional  water. F.P. $14,900.    FAIRVIEW RD: Nearly 1/4 acre of flat easy  to build on land. Mobile homes are allowed,  Large cedar treet provide privacy and  enhance thit totting; Close to Cedar Grove  School. $11,900.  DAVIDSON RD: 2/5 of an acre with a  fantastic view from Langdale Ridge. Thlt lot  has a small creek on the very back of the*  property. All new, 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,  PRATT RD: Near Cedar Grove School. Thlt  lot Is cleared arid ready to build of, Mature  fruit trees dot this 76x123 lot. $l/,500,  COCHRANE RD: Good building lot 63 x 130.  Clote to shopping and the jrcean. Sewer  eatement of 10' on s.e, t]/e of the lot.  $12,500.  PORPOISE DRIVE SANDY HOOK: Large lot.  approximately 122 x 111 with 34 x 140  panhandle entrance. Nice level building  the, Excellent view. ONLY 40 FEET FROM,  THE WATER, You must see this lot to fully  appreciate the value, $12,000.  CHASTER ROAD: Nicely treed building Iqt In  area of new hornet. Size 67 x 123, $9,900,  REDROOFFS ESTATES: 100x230 lot on the  touth, tide of Sputhwood Road, Create your  own ettate on thlt half acre. $10,500.  ELPHINSTONE AVE: $1,000,000 view,  Located an Elphinstone Avenue at Gran-  -thamt, Hat lane at back. Suit two ttorey  home w|th level entry at front. $9,300.  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. Fu|l basement. Electric heat,  and extra .insulation. $65,000.  1720 MARTIN ROAD: You couldiVrw'ishlor  a better location in Gibsons, being within  easy walking distance to shops, schools,  and harbour. Spacious and comfortable one  ~feve^home"in���exwItehrrolidlfroTrfealuFing-  large livingroom, three bedrooms, one full  bathroorn^pttj? powder room off living area,  huge sundeck. Landscaped lot and a  beautiful view. $45,900.  KEARTON ROAD: For the horse lovers. An  excellent four bedroom h.ome, 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.  PRATT RD: 2,87 acres out of the ALR with  road allowance at back of property. House  is completely remodelled inside. Attractive  fireplace, knotty pine kitchen, three large  bedrooms and den. $55,000.  *   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  nlghter in the basement, Situated on 4,6  acres of valuable holding property. $85,000  LOIS  SMITH ROAD: Good view lot 125 x 165 with  a good building site and an unobstructed  ocean view, $14,500.  SMITH ROAD: Cleared view lot close to ferry  terminal and oceanview. Triangular shaped  lot with good building tlte. $14,000.  HOPKINS LANDING: View lot c/w 5 x 12'  Intubated thed, hat chemical toilet. You can  live on lot while building home to' suit.  Offert to $12,500.  ChtKYL ANNE PARK RD: Robertt Creek.  Large lot with beautiful treet and tome  view on quiet cul-de-tac In area of fine  hornet, Before you decide tee this attractive  low priced property, Owner will contlder  termt. $12,500.  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 con.sider  carrying Agreement for Sale. $28,000.  LOOKOUT DRIVE ��� Overlooking Porpoise  Bay this near new 1200 sq ft basement  home has everything a. family would want  for comfortable living & more, 4 bedrooms,  full bath plus ensuite, convenient utility  room upstairs and plenty of cupboards &  cabinets. Situated on a completely landscaped lot in quiet residential area. Other  features include huge rec room, 2  fireplaces, twin seal windows and screens.  Priced for a quick sale. FP $49,900.  HOPKINS LANDING: Two bedroom view  home 1/4 mile from Langdale Ferry 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.  NORTH FLETCHER: Five room home with  -dey_eiopmenHn_Jifl|f_b_isement-J.oUsJ7-- ..  129 with panoramic view of Keats, Shelter  Islands the water and mountains. Very  private. Separate garage. Livingroom has  fireplace and dining area will take large  suite. New copper piping and new electrical  wiring. $43,500.  PRATT ROAD: Hobby Farm. Two^droom_  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 on 1.16 acres with sub*  division potential. $44,900.  _m  I  ���  !  SHAW ROAD: IncredibUFpotential. 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 RoacT  wlth Stewart Road dedicated on the view  face. Zoned Rl in the Village of Gibsons,  $79,900.  B  B  GOWER PT. RD. AT 14th: Nearly 1/2 acre of  view property. Approximately 80' x 250'. R2  zoned with 2 distinctive building sites. Local  by-laws allow 2 dwellings on this property,  Partially cleared. Closed to Gibsons and  close to the beach. $16,900.  SOUTH FLETCHER: At School Road. Two lots  40 x 150 each. One lot has a cottage which  could be rented. These lots are mostly  cleared and ready for building, A spectacular view of the entire Bay area and  Keats Island. $27,500.  ACREAGE  GRANDVIEW & PRATT: Building lot In a fast  growing area, Approximate size Is 146 x  141 x 74 x 125. Present all offert on the  atklng price of $11,500.  SCHOOL RD: Three view lott 73 x 110. On  tewer. Three blocks from tchoolt and  ���hopping centre, Cleared for bulldlno.  $16,000 each.  UPLANDS RDi Tuwanek. Ideal recreation lot  In beautifully wooded and park like totting,  Zonod for trallort, Thlt lot overlookt Sechelt  Inlet ond the Lamb Itland, $0,900,  WAKEFIELD RD: Good building lot on water  and pOwer overlooking Georgia Strait and  the Trail Itlandt. Thlt It a corner lot In a  newly built up area, $12,300,  McCULLOUOH RD: Wilton Creek. Clote ta  one acre of treed property with tub<llvltlor��  possibilities, $32,500,  ARGENT RD: 2.7 treed acres In the heart of  Roberts Creek. 5 lot subdivision hat been  approved, Excellent toll and drainage,  Perfect for hobby farm on holding property.  F.P. $34,900.  LANGDALE: 4.31 acret. Excellent holding  property right acrott from the ferry terminal. Longdate Creek It the eattern  boundary of this property. $39,500,  SCHOOL RD: 1.56 acret, ad|acent to the  elementary tchool. Could b�� tubdlvlded  into lott. On tower and all torvlcot.  $58,000.  CHASTER RD: Two acret ol nlcoly treed,  level land acrott the ttreet from Cedar  Grove School. Zoning allowi tubdlvltlon  Into 1/4 acre lott. Excellent for hobby farm  or Invoirmont. $30,000:  NORTH ROAD: 3.4 park llko acret. Accett  from tide road will secure privacy, Nicely  treed. Clote to the vlllago. $29,000,  GIBSONS: 4,6 acret of excellent holding  properly clote to Soamot Point. Partially  cleared, Try your offert. $27,500,  m  B  COMMERCIAL WATERFRONT: Olbtont. With  waterfront at tcarce at it It thlt double ut��  lot represent! real value, $33,000.  MASKELL ROAD: 1.44 acret of tubdlvldable  property on Maskell Rood and Lower  Robortt Creek Road, Zoning allowi for 1/2  acre average, Thlt It a quiet rural area onlf  3 mllet (ram Glbtont. $19,900,  LORKIEGIRARD   JONMcME   ANNE GURNET CHRIS MNKAINEN   ARNE PETTERSEN  886-7760        885-3670       886-2164 885-3349 886.979.  MYVISSER   DAVE ROBERTS  STEVE SAWYER  885-3300       886-8040 966-2691  186-7760       885-3670       886-2164 885-3545 886-9791 885-3300       886-8040 966-2691    S  ���.������.F.��-l_l��H..........mi,IHpIMI?| /  PageB-6 .   The Peninsula Times  March 21,1979  of real estate  Some home sellers may  -regard real estate sales  people as super  fluous ... indeed, some home  sellers are completely con-  execution of contract, conveyancing and closing of the  transaction.  A real estate licensee' deals  with potential customers,^  "Tri"sH6rt, ~f^ from Being"  superfluous, the real estate  broker helps a seller reach the  goal of a sale at marker price  in the shortest amount of time  with a. minimum .of  convenience.  m-  versaiit-with-^l--business���7taking^this^ti_ne-consuming-  processes, and do not require   load off a seller's back,  the services of a professional.  But the very nature of the  transaction of purchase or  sale of real property is so  complex to most people, that  the real estate broker is very  necessary.  He counsels the seller on  establishing a realistic selling  price, and other factors that  will facilitate a sale such as  1making77a"l)7o^rty^more  "attractive to potential buyers.  He is experienced in advertising, exposing the  property to the market, and  the complexities of financing,  Courteous but businesslike.  Your buyer's mail) interest is  your house. Keep soeial  conversationto a,minimum.-  "Answer questions about your  neighbourhood honestly, but  leave discussion of the  transaction to your salesman.  ���Gibsons Realty  "The Property  Movers"  885-5171  =*_  ���3295  Van. Direct,  681-7931  %  _>  .���;  Where Real JEftato is serious ��� but a pleasure  NORTHWOQD RD  1.1 acres of park like trees and lawn. This is two separate 1/2  acre plus lots for a total of 125' x 400*. 3 bdrm, 1528 sq. ft. Very   , _ ��� ��� _. .��� . _. _,_. _.__. ���_,.... . w. .  quiet secluded area 10 minutes drive from Sechelt. P.P. $67,000.  Bob 885-3531.  E~ACLE~VTEW"PARK '  Are you going to build a quality home? Wharf Realty Is sole  agent for prestigious Eagleview Park. 4 miles west of Sechelt; 10  lots left; some waterfront; some view. All with excellent beach  access. Priced between $16,900 and $55,500 for the  discriminating buyer.  L  'Tour Real Estate hosts on the  Sunshine Coast"  PAT MURPHY  885-9487'  BOB BEAUPRE  885-3531  TREV GODDARD  - -   886-2658    ,;  HOMES  HOMES  Bd  JUST LISTED  $45*00-  vtmm  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-  cherv wit_h~lots *of~cupboards. All  appliances drapes and some furnishings to stay. Enjoy the ocean  view from this sunny half acre,  trreplacable at $65,000. Call Terri to  'view  ROBERTS CREEK $93,500  Superior 3 bdrm executive home.  Well located on 3 subdividable acres,  partly landscaped and near good  beach. The custom built home has  double plumbing, a/oil heat, 3 major  appliances, heated'double garage &  workshop, fireplace and offers  complete privacy. For appointment to  -vlewrplease^call- Corry -Ross, -885-  9250.  SECHELT VILLAGE $49,500  This lovely 3 bdrm ranch style home  is close to all amenities and would  delight the heart of any gardener,  1260sqftof immaculate,home. Floor  to ceiling cut stone fireplace to  enhance the living and dining1 room  , and a sunroom for all your plants.  Garden is fully fenced and a large  garage for storage is conveniently  located. Call Suzanne for viewing.  GRANTHAMS" $45,000  Waterview home with two lots for  your privacy, great pofentiql, two  bedrooms, part basement, large  living room. Suzanne Dunkerton.  . __9_n_a m PP_r_a___ �� pJJt_Ley.e_l_._ard _  bedroom and extra 2 pc. down.  Acorn fireplace, immaculate and  tasteful decor. Call Ray Bernier or  Emilie Henderson.  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 Terrl  Hanson for viewing."  "    , "  SEMI-WATERFRONT $89,500  With beach access & good moorage  in Langdale. Spectacular view of  Gambier ls&& 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  TANTALUS APARTMENTS    $160,000  9 sutie apartment block, centrally  located in Gibsons. 5 bachelor units  and 4 one bedroom units. Electric  range & fridge in each. Excellent  parking. This apartment shows a  good yearly reyenue and requires  only $45,000. as a down payment.  Call Suzanne for more info.  WATERFRONT  ���^ n"&~��$  ��fctf   ^'1^':JMM  SECRET COVE $68,900  This exceptional .45 acre waterfront  property in the long arm of Secret  Cove is truly one of a kind. Approx.  370'   waterfrontage,   older   two  bed/oom   cottage,,  deep   water  moorage and .dock..Lots of sunshine.  here I Call Corry Ross. .  WILSON CREEK $18,500  Here it is ��� a semi-waterfront  summer cottage at an affordable  price T One bedroom, large living  fporrTwIthrcrfirepldce," approx 500 sq"'  ft. Two outbuildings which could be  storage or one could be converted to  a guest cottage. Lovely garden drea.  This is a lease which is paid up to  1993. Call Suzanne for an appointment to view. 885-3971. '  >j"  iwiifiM.  GOWER POINT $85,000  A residence of distinction with the  beach at your front door. There is a  1050 sq. ft. 2 bdrms., a large kitchen  witft custom built cedar cupboards  blended 'with teak walls and a  tudorized ceiling. Cozy living and  dining room with a, cut stone  fireplace, large sundeck off the Ijvlng  room. A beautiful garden, flowers,  shrobs and shaped hedges surround  this lovely home. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton, 885-3971.  TUWANEK WATERFRONT LOTS  Side by side beauties ��� 110' of  waterfrontage priced at $26,500  AND 95' of waterfrontage priced at  $25,000, Gentle slope to water and  southerly exposure enhance these  properties. Phone Terri for more  details, 885-5046.  Box 979: Sechelt,' B.C. VON 3A0  Ne.ct to the Gulf Station  WATERFRONT  ROBERTS CREEK- WATERFRONT  HOMES  Two exclusive waterfront properties  newly listed. -For appointment to  view, callTSffy- Ross, 885^92 50.  ROBERTS CREEK WF . $96,500  This lovely rambling 1450 sq ft home'  Is justfull of charm. Spacious rooms  with lots of windows taking advantage of the spectacular  panoramic view. Heatform fireplace,  double plumbing,- garage -and  workshop..The tot has approx 89' of  high bank waterfront with a good  path to the beach and Is approx 375'  deep. Please phone Carry Ross for  appt to view.'  "^  LOTS  ROBERTS CREEK $15,500  VIEW plus 94 ft of creekside and 164  feet of depth, Centrally located to  schools, shopping & beach. Perflation has been approved as well  as building plans. Excellent  residential lot. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton.  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.  Close to easy beach access ��� vendor  will carry at C.I.R. Priced at $10,000.  Phone Terri for more information.  WATERFRONT  REDROOFFS $89,500  Waterfront and Acreage. An elegant  2 bdrm home designed with practical  living   in   mind.   Spacious. kitchen  which Included a Jennaire range,  built in over & dishwasher, loads of  cupboards & counter area. Heatilator  'fireplace to set off the open living,  room and dining area, which are\  surrounded by windows from floor to '������  ceiling to give a spectacular view of  water & mountains. Phone Suzanne  Dunkerton for more details on this  special home.  WESTSECHELT $79,500  Cedar and glass abound in this  contemporary 3 bdrm home with  delightful interior. Cozy S bright,  fireplace, hardwood floors, 2 full  baths, large Sundeck and unimpeded  _vievy,_P_mS-yQur_own path to.pebbly  beach. Call Corfy"Ross to" view." "  SAKINAW LAKE $7,000  .69 of an acre and 100 feet of  waterfront. Build your country cabin  and get away from it all. Call  Suzanne Dunkerton.  LOTS  PENDER HARBOUR $12,500  Lovely view lot overlooking Texada &  Lasqueti   Islands.   70   x   290'   approximately, cleared and readyfor "  building." Beach   access   close   by,'  trailers   permlssoble.   Phone   Terri'  Hansons for more details; 885-5046,  WINN RD., GIBSONS $ 15,000  Buildthehome for your future on this'  extra large lot, close to all amenities  plus 0 gorgeous view. Call Suzanne  for more information, 885-3971.  DAVIS BAY $16,000  Large view lot, two accesses. Call  Suzanne on this one.  KEATS ISLAND $7,500  Nicely treed corner lot with a view.  Hydro & water available. 8x12 shed  to remain. Call.Terri Hanson.  _  RAY BERNIER  886-8241  CORRY ROSS  885-9250  EMILIE HENDERSON  886-8231  SUZANNE DUNKERTON  885-3971  TERRI HANSON  885-5046  - North Vancouver- -  139 West 16th Street  -West-Vancouver _  1586 Marine Drive  _ _Vancouver__      _,__ = __  - OTHER OFFICER  3343 Klngsway TO SERVE YOU  MEMBER OF  "RELOCATION SERVICES CANADA" REFERRAL SYSTEM  Surrey  10474 137th St."  Langley  20585 FrpseFHwy"  Powell River  "4726^Mafirie Avenue"  Metric���  measure for measure, it's a better way to measure  I."  THE NUMBER  TO REMEMBER  885-2235 (-) ��ot  Vane. 689-5838 (24 hrs.)  Box 128  AGENCIES LTD.  Sechelt  We Are As Close As Your Phone  Coast to Coast  Real Estate Service  Call now for our FREE Real Estate Catalogue  *,?.  'IT  v*  VALUE - CONVENIENCE - POTENTIAL #4013  Located In popular Davis Bay just 5 minutes walk to the best  beach on the Sunshine Coast this 5 year old superbly built  home with 1172 sq ft on each of two floors will appeal to  anyone who appreciates true value, With 3 bedrooms up, 2  full baths and completely finished ground floor including inlaw suite with self-contained kitchen, It's a home you should  see. Vendor will consider oflers on the $66,500 asking price.  BERT WALKER, 885-2235 (24 hrs.)  POTENTIAL COMMERCIAL INVESTMENT     #4083  2.16 acres about 400 feet west of Gibsons swim pool  presently zoned for 1/4 acre parcels over 500 foot road  frontage by 181 ft depth, Year-round spring, Roducod price  $35,000. Dial "TINY BOB" BB5-2235 (24 hrs.)  BRIGHT SUNNY HOME #4024  In Sunshlno Heights, Inlet view, close to moorage and arena,  Excollont 3 bedroom home, master with full ensuite, Dining  room, plus nook In large kitchen. Vlow living room 10 warm  with corner fireplace, all electric home. Full basement ���  finish to your requirements. About 4 years old, looks like  now, Vendor says offers to lull price of $56,500. Has mortgage��� $340 per Mo. PETER SMITH; 885-2235 (24 hrs,)  GOWER POINT LOT #4054  View to Point Oroy and Vancouver Island from this cleared  66 x 125' lot one block up from prime pebble beach, Only  $14,000, Five minutes to shops, schools and Oov't wharf,  JACK WARN, 885-2235 (24 hrs,)  PENDER HARBOUR #4028  Sorihli itcludtd lakofronl lot wlih a small panabode cabin  near to Garden Bay. Just relax In the sun with a lakefront  beach at your doorstep, Southwesterly exposure, Consider  (his at $23,500 and realize that your summer camp Is a  possibility, DON LOCK, 805-2235 (24 hrs.) for Information.  SEA VIEW LOT #4063  Beautiful panoramic ocean view lot. Close to all amenities.  Approved for septic tank. All services available. It could be  what you" aro looking for. Asking $13,900. JIM WOOD, 885-  2235 (24 hrs.)  VIEW LOT #4088  If you've been searching for a nice sized view lot this 75 x  120' gently sloping parcel looking up Sechelt frSlot should  prove very attractive. With hydro, water and phone at the  road It awaits your creative touch. Try? your offer on the  $12,000 asking price. BERT WALKER* 885-2235 (24 hrs.)  TIME?YESI #4087/3941  It's time to get Into your own business, Here Is,a cholco of  two, A woldlng shop and propane business or a bakery on  , Secholt's main street, For more Informptlon, RUTH MOORE,  885-2335 (24 hrs.) The right tlmo Is now I  ���  ILLNESS NECESSITATES SALE #4065  Qualified VLA could take over the balance on this approved  5 year'old homo, 1-1/2 acre site, 3 bedrooms. Largo living  rpom with dining area, Rec room and extra bedroom In  basement. Just $49,500. Dial "TINY BOB", 885-2335 (24 hrs.)  GARDEN PLEASURE #3963  If garden and comfort Ii your wish, horo it Is, 1/3 acre of  level, landscaped and fenced proporty. Fruit trees, flowering  shrubs, vegetablo garden, with such a warm homey house, 2  bodroom*, fireplace In living room, plus dining area. Carport,  workshop and storage, plus garden shed. All electric too, 2  miles lo Olbsons, on deadend road. Full price |ust $43,400.  View with PETE* SMITH, 885-2235 (24 hrs,)  DEVELOPING AREA #3912  New homes close to this almost 5-1/2 acre block on Roberts  Creek Lower Road. Will divide Into eight large lots, Asking  $39,900, JACK WARN, 805-2235 (24 hrs.)  LAGOON WATERFRONT #4066  Owner has reduced this excollont property consisting of two  repeat two modern homes plus a heated, Insulated  workshop, In order fo help you purchase this desirable  lagoon front property the owner Is willing to consider taking  a house In Vancouver, as trade or will sell on Agreement of  Sale. View and discuss with DON LOCK, 805-2235 (24 hrs.)  LARGE HOME WITH VIEW #3942  Modern 4 bedroom with 1 full bath and two 1/2 baths, Large  living room with fireplace. Spacious recreation room in  basement. Bright, well-planned kitchen, roomy carport,  beautiful landscaped, fenced lot with vegetable garden.  Asking $62,500. JIM WOOD, 885-2235 (24 hrs.)  SUNNY VIEW LOCATION #4064  In a quiet area with little traffic to consider, this new 3  bedroom home of 1800 sq ft of nicely designed living area on  two floors, on Marble Road facing south, welcomes you. With  a nice view too, It offers |ust enough of a challenge, as the  ground floor awaits your finishing touch in floor covering  selection and other minor details, Vendor makes It easy too  with |ust $10,000 down on tho $51,500 asking price. BERT  WALKER or JIM WOOD, 885-2235 (24 hrs.)  LAST OF THE LARGE LAND #4601  Tracts unsubdlvided on the sunny slopes of Davis Bay, zoned  for the smaller (1/4 acre) sized lots, We are asking $10,000  an aero and ready to nogotlato your torms, Be confident and  dial "TINY BOB" 885-2335 (24 hrs.)  , GOOD BUILDING LOT #3958  West Sechelt, on Samron Road, very good lot, nice trees. SI10  80 x 140', Level ground, south oxposuro, Blacktopped road,  all services except sewor. A dandy at |ust $12,000 full price,  PETER SMITH, 085-2235 (24 hrs.)     ,.  TALL TIMBER *��3��*1  A largo lot with Irregular shape that allows trees to stand  whero they won't obstruct sunshine or view. Some sea view  and ready access to marlno. Trailer permitted. $8,000 try  terms. JACK WARN, 885-2235 (24 hrs.)  MOBILE HOME LOT  " #4023  Large secluded lot Ir well treed area, Not too far away from  beach access, on blacktop road, all services available.  Located midway between Gibsons and Sechelt, Asking  $10,900, JIM WOOD, 005-2235 (24 hrs,)  TREED ACREAGE #4068  High location 6 acre timbered parcel on Redrooffs Road with  ,  365 loot frontage and possibility ol view over Sargeants Bay  with some clearing. Bring your hiking boots and let me show  you this nice parcel, BERT WALKER* 885-2235 (24 hrs.)  IS THIRTEEN YOUR LUCKY NO.? #4059  $13,000 full price from this cleared lot with view In Davis  Bay. Corner tool Terms? Try yours. Dial "TINY BOB" anytime  885-2235 (24 hrs.)  REDROOFFS AREA #3908  Big lot, 80 x 260', level and all the sun, Build your homo here,  or Install your mobile home, Services at roadside, easy  access. And the price, |ust $10,200 asking. PETER SMITH, 885-  2235 (24 hrs.)  YOU CAN'T EAT IT  #3985  But you could get drunk on the vlow up Sechelt Inlot from  these two 70' lots at Sandy Hook, Only brush to door for  building on, $8500 each. JACK WARN, 885-2235 (24 hrs,)  LAKEFRONT VIEW HOUSE #4026  Soe this woll constructed 2 bodroom homo overlooking  beautiful Garden Bay Lake and you will agreo that this Is it.  Your very,awn recreational hpu��e with all furnitures. Excellent shed and moorage on lake Included, Asking $37,500.  DON LOCK, 805-2235 (24 hrs.)  100 FT WATERFRONT ft HOUSE #4080  Large 4 bedroom, huge recreation room with attractive brick  fireplace, spacious kitchen, sundeck to appreciate the  panoramic ocean view. Double garage, unlimited potenllal,  extra beach cotfaoe? worMhop? badminton court? Situated  on very large lot with fruit trees. Close to Sechelt, Prlco  $04,900. JIM WOOD, 883-2235 (24 hrs,)  Alto ��������� N��w In Y��llow Pag��t #4091  BUILDING LOTS .',  I have a good selection o| building lots from Sechelt Inlet to  Garden Bay. Call me, DON LOCK, to view these opportunities. 885-2235 (24 hrs.)  Ruth Moore  885-9213  Don Lock  883-2526  Peter Smith  885-9463  Louella Goodwin  885-2235  Jim Wood  885-2571  Bert Walker  885-3746  886-2681  Bob Kent  885-9461  John R. Goodwin  885-2456  /-  I  ,r,\ / ��*���.  PAINFUL FINISH 7. .  Highways minister  AN APPLE for a tired trooper..  :., The peninsula Times PageB-7  PUpiUCMEETINGSCHEDUir  Redoing a classic is always risky, but a  big-budget version of a low-budget original  makes a great deal of difference. Robert  H. Solo's production updates the horror  element from a small-town setting in the  1956 feature to San Francisco in 1978.  _. _Th_e special effects, made more special  in Deluxe Color (prints by technicolor)  and Dolby Stereo, are very effective,  particularly when the pods form into  humans. Denny Zeitlin's music makes  .many an ordinary scene look far more  _sinister._han itreally-isr    -  ��� . Invasipn ,pf_���the .Body.. Snatchers,,  directed by Philip Kaufman in a style  - which builds the suspense rather than  sustaining it. The leads are.all fine and  -there   is   marquee   value   in   Donald  * Sutherland and Leonard Nimoy, thelatter.  in a departure from his "Star Trek"  prominence. Female lead Brooke Adams,  fresh from her "Days of ~Heav6n"  triumph, acquits herself well, as does  former child actress Veronica Cartwright.  For nostalgia's sake, Kevin McCarthy (as  a running victim) and Dm Siegel (a  cabby;, the star and director of the  original, have 4)its^as-doe^an-unbilled  Robert Duvall. The screenplay by W.D.  Richter is based on Jack Finney's story  "The Body Snatchers," originally a  Collier's Magazine serial.  Advertising^  lets good  little products  compete with  the biggies!  CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORY BOARD  REGIONAL BOARS  2nd *-4.h -   ���        .         Thursday 7:30 p.m.  Each Month ���Regular Meeting.  _Matth-29-���-Regular-Bd-Mtgrr  Improved winter highway maintenance  for Highway 101" was promised by Highways Minister Alex Fraser at a meeting in  Victoria with Mackenzie Constituency  Social Credit candidate Gerry Gray.  Fraser promised black ice warning  signs would be posted at each end of Trout  Lake where two vehicles' recently slid off  the road. He also said an accelerated  salting program would be carried out  ���WE HAVE GAS & DIESEL  PUMPS & TOW TRUCK SERVICE.  * SMORGASBORD EVERY  FRIDAY, SATURDAY  & SUNDAY-CLOSED MONDAY.  i ���   ��� ��� ��� ,     The Clarksons ��� 8 miles north of Sechelt ��� Hiway 101.  ^^UMW^ijfc-jw^%*^wf4M  IMPORTANT NOTICE  of PUBUC MEETING  Regarding the  Cheekye^Diiiisittulr 500IV Tfansmlssldn Line  Placei Madeira Park Community Hall f  Datvi March 31, 1979  Timer 10:00 O.m. until 4:00 p.m,  Representatives of tho B.C. Hydro and Powor Authority, the B.C.  Environment and Land Use Committee, ahd tho Sunshine Coast  Regional District will bo In attendance to an��w#r questions and  this proposed transmission lint protect.  The summary report of tho alternate corridors through the Socholt  Penlnsyta, which are under consideration, may bo obtained by  contocllngtheofflcesof fhe fiiunshlne Coast Regional Dlstrrctr 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.  Io 5:45 p.m; ���  >..���<��..  along the highway, particularly in the  Langdale-Port Mellon area.  Gray, discussing with the minister  various problems besetting the Sunshine  Coast, was accompanied by the constituency president Duncan Sim of  Madeira Park and his campaign manager  Ken Sorko of Gibsons.  "WE had a good audience with the  minister/' Gray said on his return to the  riding.  "I think we made him aware of some  problems he didn't know existed,  Specifically we discussed the cross hatch  road scurrification that is now in the experimental stage on the new part of the  highway by Secret Cove. It is our opinion,  and now shared by the minister, that the  program should be extended the entire  length of the highway from Port Mellon to  Earls Cove."  Plant sale  Keep in mtaa April 7 for the Plant Sale  at the now Arts Centre building, Cowrie  and Medusa, Sechelt, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m,  Come early for the best bargains In  bedding plants, indoor plants, shrubs,  herbs, perennials and annuals. Some of the  finest organic compost on the coast will be  available in limited quantities, '  Donations of anything to do with gar*  doning, agricultural products (eggs, milk,  cheese), form animals such as hens,  chickens, geese, rabbits, will be appreciated.  For drop-off locations please contact  the following pooplo: In Gibsons - Joy  Graham, 88Q-Q200, Roberts Creek - Joan  Foster (ono mllo west of post office),  Davis Bay-HelenMcConnachio, 885-23.4,  Sqlma Park - Alice Murray, 88540(12, West  Sechelt - Barbara Gough, 885-2570 or Irene  Croweil, 886-2750,  ~A ��� m +n!K^*'��H** ft' fat*!*. ffl_ -  An Experience In Pleasure and  Relaxation  TO MI ORTHY FOR YOUR5ILP  Phono 885-21B3 HELEN PHILLIPS  DO IT! IN APRIL  1  CENTRE FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION,  Box 6, Sechelt. Phone: 885-3512 (9 am to 4 pm)  the Office is closed March 26-April 1 for Spring Vacation.  AIR BRAKE ��� John Tessfer  Elphinstone Autoshop   - -.- U �� ~  DEADLINE for payment & registration is April 16.  ARCHAEOLOGY ��� Fran West,  886-2147  AUDIO VISUAL EQUIPMENT WORKSHOP  Capilano College  DOG OBEDIENCE ��� Sharon Burnett  886-2084 ,  April 20  April 3.1,  6-10 pm  9qm-l pm  for      24  April 25, Wed. 7:30-9:30 pm No Fee  Elphinstone, Room 109 1 Session  April 7, Sat. 9:30 am-12:30 pm   $4  AND/OR April 21, Sat. 9:30 am-  12:30 pm  Elphinstone Lunchroom  April 17, Tues. 7-9 pm  Chatelech Gym  April 5, Thurs. 7:30-9:30 pm  Elphinstone, Room 108  April 5, Thurs. 7:30-9:30 pm  Red & White Store In Sechelt  April 5, Thurs. 7:30-9:30  Elphinstone, Room 111  April 7, Sat. 9:30 am-4:30 pm  Elphinstone, Room 107  April 5, Thurs. 3:30-4:30 pm  or      6:30-7:30      pm.      State  -prj��fer-_nc______ ,  Gibsons Elementary Library and  Outdoor Area.  ENRICHMENT FOR COUPLES, Workshop ��� Clair &    April 21, Sat. 9 am-4:30 pm  Roland Hawes Roberts Creek Kindergarten  885-3748  An opportunity for married and unmarried couples to  gain new insight and joy. It is NOT a place to publicly  reveal personal information. Plan to bring a picnic.  DEADLINE for Registration is AprlM7.  FINANCIAL PLANNING FOR RETIREMENT ��� Jim Budd  885-3397 ,  FITNESS FOR REAL ��� Deborah Pag.au  884-5390  Here is your chance to get a professional guideline for  your summer fitness program.  GYMNASTICS FOR STUDENTS ��� Ed Nicholson  885-2617  Only for advanced students.  MACRAME ��� Carol llllngworth  886-7982  . Please preregister with Instructor  MEATCUTTING ��� George Sim  885-2557  Four lessons on the cutting of pork, beef and lamb. At  registration please inform us if you can bring your  own meat.  PAPERMAKING WORKSHOP ��� Ryan Murraygreon       April 7, Sat. 10 am-5 pm  Vancouver Chatelech Art Room or  Learn how to make paper sheets and then to have fun Elphinstone Art Room  with paper. The participants will make a small  homemade paper mill and bo experimenting wlfh  paper as an art form. Each student should bring 8' of  1" x 1" fir or cedar and 2' x 2' screen ��� flyscroen or  finer ~ an old wool blanket and any kind of paper to  recyclo. _ _ ,���.,,���������������,.���.������ ,������..���,,,���, ,���w��,..���.������.��� ���..���,,,,.���,,���������������, ����� ,.���,.., ...77  Deadline for registration is April 4.  POETRY WORKSHOP ��� Naomi Rachel, Vancouver  This workshop has a dual purpose: to acquaint the  student with various forms and movements |n con-  temporary poetry and to analyze tho poetry of the  students. The students are asked to bring plenty of  pqper, Ink, their own poems andworks by other poets   thoy, admire,,..    ��� - ... ,.,.   Deadline for registration Is April 4.  SCUBA DIVING ��� Tom Sheldon  886-7848  Maximum 10 participants.,  SHEEPSHEARINO ~ Sheila Kltson n  886-9335 JJ  If  you  are  Interested  In  watching   sheep<shearlng, ,     |  ���please lotus know and you will bo Informed about, the  date and time In April.  SKIN DIVING FOR STUDENTS ��� Tom Sheldon April 7, Sat. 9-10i30 am  ' 886-7848 5 weeks  **��^tifCrormi rmitt WoiHew  intermediate level. ...-..�����,��.-.-.. .,,,���������.,.... ...,,,,   Please preregister with Instructor.  $75  Hours ..  6 Sessions  $12  for  8  hrs.  4 Sessions  $10  $6 Students  $15 for 10  Sessions  $20  per Couple  $12 for  8  hrs.  4 Sessions  $20  for 8 hrs.  $14  April 7, Sat. 10 am-5 pm  Elphinstone Room 108  $14  Apfll 5, Thurs. 8 pm  Registration    &    Information  Meeting, Elphinstone Rm 108.  $115  [$10   will  refunded]  $2  $25  Incl.   pool   Fee  ��� The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, March 21,1979  ::VT  THINKING IT OVER before the big run, these elementary school girls are  caught in the various stages of preparation at Madeira Park Elementary's  cross-country run Friday where over 500 participated.  ���6iv. 7 Sechelt Elementary  Book Look  ' By MURR/E REDMAN  Stories by kids  This Top  30 Record  Survey is  Brought  To You  Each Week  BRIGHT FLOWS THE RIVER by Taylor  Caldwell, Doubleday C1978. $13.50.  Taylor Caldwell began writing at-the-  age of four. She went on to a career in 1938,  of putting out a book at least once every  two years. This is her 38th. Although I do  not enjoy her style, I have to appreciate  her writing ability. She has a gift for  dialogue. Depending upon her charac- ,  terization, she is able to establish just the  right mood that carries throiigh to the next  step in the plot. The reader is struck by no  surprises; he feels drawn inexorably  toward the inevitable correct conclusion.  BRIGHT FLOWS THE RIVER is the  story of a man whose destiny was shaped  in childhood, and who repeated the same  mistakes in his own Ufa. His father was a  warm, loving, intelligent* unambitious  soul. His mother was a Cold, righteous,  religious fanatic. The one bent to the other  while Guy Jerrald, the son, chose between  them. When his father left to take up life  Weather - ;  Lo  Hi Prec.  March 10..; 3.0  14.0     nil  March 11 7.- 5.5  11.5    0.07  Marchl2 370  11.0     nU  Marchl3 2.0    13.0     nil  Marchl4 .......7... ...5.5    13.0    0.78  MarchlS  , 6.5    10.5    0.08  MarchlO  4.5    10.0    0.10  Week's rainfall ��� 1.03 cm. March to  date - 6,22 cm. 1979 to date - 32,76 cm.  March 10-16,1978 -1.83 cm. March 1-  16,1978���5.64 cm. January-March 16.1978  ��� 33.07 cm.  |       U*e 'Time*' Adbrlef*      |  Is_u;  with another, more responsive woman,  Guy followed.  . When he married, he selected a woman  who looked like another than he had loved,  but who in fact was only a frigid image of  the former. We meet Guy in a mental  institution, one for the very rich. His old  army buddy, James, comes to try and  shake him out of his state of withdrawn  depression. As thetale progresses, James  chatters on while duy remembers his  former mistakes. We see Guy's dilemma  in a series of flashbacks. Basically that is  it.  For 445 pages we are exposed to layer  upon layer of human experiences and  emotions. Every scene is clogged with  detail and stuffed with dialogue. Nothing is  left to chance. Word for word, the book is a  bargain in weight. No detail is left out. no  word unsaid, no expression unreported.  The writing is solid and possibly one of the  dullest novels I have every slogged  through for some time.  What is lacking is spark. The reader  needs to participate. He needs to feel  mystified, outraged, thrilled, excited, not  merely satisfied that he is experiencing a  well written, completely plotted book. The  difference between an artist and a craftsman is that the former creates something  new and unsaid, while the latter only  perfects his original idea. Once the reader  is exposed to genius, he finds formula  books unrewarding.  Erskin Caldwell is not considered a  technically excellent author but his.,  "fictional documentary" style brought a  whole new understanding to his readers.  Taylor Caldwell, no relation to the former"  writer, only retells hackneyed love stories.  What a pity, where lies such writing talent  there cannot be greatness.  m^.\  fr If- ^IMv  &ti  ���mmmnmiih,.  t *'__>'___���_  _W___h-M_:" -r i}jn'~i  ffttot  E.f-H *��,W* M^#fp#��#4*Pil"  _j_BI ���   \   ' < ���", 'rift'S." i '���,'  APPUCANCBBV  JEM-AIR,  TAPPEN, INGUS, FINDLAY  ��� CARPETS  Burlington, Celenese,  West Mite, Harding,  Armstrong, Ozite.  JENN-AIR  ��� CERAMIC TILE  and  TUB SPLASHES  *k< KITvHEfl vAIIPtTS  & VANITIES-  Citation, Cameo, Merit,  International, Carefree  A St. Patrick's Day Surprise  By JIM WEHLOVE  One day the mayor of Sechelt got fed up  with the town and wanted a MacDonalds in  Sechelt just because he had a craving for a  Big Mac. Mr. Snagletooth was the mayor  so he went to the department of construction. He asked them to make plans  for a new MacDonalds.  About two weeks later they built the  frame of the new MacDonalds. But the  next day a storm blew the frame down.  When the storm was over the men built a  sturdyer frame. In a week the MacDonalds was *uilt. - -        -~���  After the MacDonalds opened people  had to wait because it was always full. So  the department of cpnstruction had to add  on.  About three months later a lady that  worked there thought up a shamrock  shake. The manager thought it was a great  idea. So they started making commercials  about it and put big signs around the place.  Mr. Snagletooth saw the big signs, and  went straight to MacDonalds to buy a Big  Mac and to try a shamrock shaker: fie did  buy a Big Mac and a Shamrock shake.  When Mr. Snagletooth sat down to eat  his lunch, he reached in his pocket and  pulled out a pill. It was in a special container and the label read  TOPSECRET  GIANTPILL  This mean that anything that you drop  this pill into will make it a one hundred  foot giant. He forgot to read the label and:  dropped the pill into the Shamrock Shake  and PRESTO���in two seconds there was a  giant Shamrock Shake standing on two of  the stupidest little legs you could have  ever seen. *  Everybody dropped what they were  eating'and ran:   everybody  but'MrT  Snagletooth. He fainted at the sight of the  thing. In a few minutes the shake stepped  on Mr. Snagletooth and he was dead.  Everybody came to Mr. Snagletooth's  funeral because of all the hard work he put  into for the MacDonalds.,, Now "every  MacDonalds in the world" honors Mr.  Snagletooth for getting the MacDonalds  thing started.  -THE END"  *        #        ��  GIANT  By SEAN LESLIE '  One day, about a year ago, 1 was  visiting my friend professor Keenbeen. He  was very excited. I asked him why, and he  answered "I've just invented a potion that  ^owathlhga!'' "That'sJUst great'^ I said,-  equally excited.! "Not really", ho shuttered, "come here, I'll show you".  He led me through one door and down a  danioctown   ?  ContlnsnUl Quilts ��� OuVtt  fiM with your choict ol Iukuik>ui tldirdown, nttunl itowr  hall, down some stairs, into an elevator  that went down, along another hall, and  finally into a wide room. We went to the far  end of the room. The professor looked in  and there was the biggest black bear  anywhere in the world. "It is 70 meters  tall, and 1 and % tons. "It is also the most  ferocious bear in the World", said the  professor. "But, I thought, "black bears  were sort of nice", I said getting a little  confused!" That's just It," he said back.  "The growing process brings more  evilness into your soul".  We went back to his lab, to try and fix  the potion. Just as we got back we heard a  loud crash. Then some giant footsteps  "The bear must be escaping" cried  Professor Keenbeen. We looked out the  window and saw that the bear had broken  through the wall.  We went to work at once to try to find a  shrinking potion. We finally made one  after three days of work. It was easy to  find the bear because the air force told us  where it was.  We took 6one of the Professor's  helicopters and went to where the bear  was. It looked up at us and opened it's  mouth to roar at us. We saw our chance  and poured the potion down its throat.  ^Instantly it shank back to it's normal size  and was captured and returned to the  woods.  ��� THE END-  j0& _�����__ iisi n.  SOUND  Sunnycrest  Centre  Gibsons  886-9111  LW  3  1  2  6  4  9  7  5  8  13  16  10  11  18  12  19  14  15  23  17  22  26  27  20  21  24  28  25  TW  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  15.  16  17  18.  19  20  21  22  23  24  25  26  27  28  29  30  FIRE   DA YA THINK I'M SEXY   YMCA   SOULMAN   SEPTEMBER   TRAGEDY   EVERY IS A WINNER   HOLDTHELINE   TOO MUCH HEAVEN   A LITTLE MORE LOVE      LADY       LOTTALOVE   MYLIFE...   WHAT A FOOL BELIEVES .   .  DON'T THROW IT ALL AWAY .  SOMEWHERE IN THE NIGHT ..  THE MOMENT THAT IT TAKES   Pointer Sisters  .   .   .RodStewart  ... .Village People  ..   .. Blues Brothers   E.W.F.  . BeeGees  ,.    Hot Chocolate         Toto  .   . BeeGees  Olivia Newton-John  Little River Band  Nicolette Larson  Billy Joel  Doobie Brothers   AndyGibb   Barry Manilow  , .Trooper  SHAKE IT   Ian Mathews  SULTANS OF SWING .'.; Dire Straits  SHARING THE NIGHT TOGETHER .Dr.Hook  SONG ON THE RADIO     Al Stewart  FOREVER IN BLUE JEANS     .7 .Nell Diamond  I WILL SURVIVE  Gloria Gayhor  YOU DON'T BRING ME FLOWERS .....................Streisand/Diamond  HEAVEN KNOWS   Donna Summer  WAS IT YOU ..���  Stonebolt  I LOVE THE NIGHTLIFE Alicia Bridges  HERE COMES THE NIGHT Nick Gilder  EVERY TIME I THINK OF YOU     .Baby.s  TIME PASSAGES          Al Stewdrt  or tftcron Md wvtrtd with (00% cotton amorto ticking  i mm iMki to miM. Cowre tnd ���cciMorm wait cotton lion  I oifl, A*h tbout   covtr ttrvtct. Diopln MM Mt lot yoiHMtt oi mix) lot our  Juithirn  bit In tint cut cotton  tttvtmi fl* kttil gift, Atk *l  . iiukt to miM. Covin md kcimomi tyu  cut cotton tiom �� widt itngt ot OtnlMown  '       ut our drip* im) qulH it-  colour brochwi  HOURS: 10 AM. - 5 P.M. THURS. - SAT.  CARPET CABINET  CERAMIC CENTRE  North Rd., Gibsons 886-2765  #4<feokxk3��rnc|utftetod.  ^���^      "IOvMriotOu��llly��ndH��rvlc��"  SUNSHINE INTERIORS  tt*74UtrMM(K-a J. - -4   _ Uy.  Figure Skating Club  Carnival big success  The Sunshine Coast Figure Skating  Club's 4th Annual Carnival was very  successful and the committee, wish to  thank all those who helped. A special  thanks to Uncle Mick's of Sechelt and  Driftwood Crafts of Gibsons forJvandling  tickets; to Bud Koch and the Parthenon for  tlieir door prize donations; to the Arena,  management and minor hockey for the cooperation; and to all those who assisted by  purchasing program advertising.  ���Also our sincere appreciation is extended to our members and skaters for all  their hard work, co-operation, help and  donations.  The door prize winners were: Anne  Walker, Shirley Finnie, Florence Doig and  Kathy Fisher ��� congratulations.  The raffle prize winners were: 1st prize  Walk it tome!  ���crock pot - Owen Edmonds, 2nd prize ���  pillow -1 Draper, 3rd prize ��� Barbie doll  and outfits - Diane Fitchejl.  The regular winter skating season for  the figure skaters is now over. However, if  youare interested in a-Mini Spring School-  during spring break week please contact  Nora Robinson at 885-2984. Also any  hockey players who may be interested in a  Power Skating session during spring  break week please contact Mrs. Robinson;  Several of our skaters were in Vancouver this past weekend for tests,  however the results are not known at this  time. Many of our skaters are planning to  attend Spring School in Vancouver during  May and June on weekends. If anyone  would like information regarding Spring  and-or Summer School in Vancouver,  contact a member of the executive.  The annual general meeting will be  -coming soon -^please watch for thedate-  and plan to attend.  Anhour-longsportsspedalshowcaslng \ at Empire Sta(iium for regular season  Vancouver's winnlng-est professional, games.,As elsewhere in North America,  team, the Vancouver Whitecaps, is coining: soccer is growing at a phoenomenal rate in  next week.    - ' " ��� : X Vancouver���it's the fastest growing sport  Pagesl-f;   ^-Sed5F?tafVM^_ii^ BiSSS^troductions to a pair of British stars  1 u�� i_ Columbia:Television. Hosted by -HCIV>.>SiEE^i^ tWvm v���_Z  Spor^nir^nrRprhfe p^.^i.11, the show ;fJQinmgtheWhitecap^e-upinl979 Roger  "ISbeareview of toeWWtecSM isw^���?011' ahard-rock^defender and fonner-  Sesse^ ST lookrdiead^^X^OT^P18^0^^^^-^-6"^11-^ -  successes, and a look ahead to the ^*^division> joina fog team m a three-year  "contract. And Trevor Whymark, the 28-  year-old former forward for Ipswitch  Town; is considered one of the top signings  linthe-NASL __    .   .__  Several of the'Caps returning stars will  also be featured, including Bpbby  I_enarduzzi, the Vancouver native "who is  one of the league's top players.  -Whitecaps Review will serve as a kick-'  off to the Vancouver Whitecaps^season pn_  BCTVV where ten tegular season games  will be telecast this summer.  I ..."  SUNSHINE COAST UONS CLUB  :       IS SPONSORING  v    '  season.' ., .  1978 was a banner year for the  Whitecaps. North American Soccer.  League Coach of the Year, Tony Waiters^  led the team to its most suo^ssful season  ever, and forward Bobby Lenarduzzl was  named North'American PWyer of the  Year. Goalkeeper Phil Parkes captured  the 1978 NASL goalkeepers cup, with the  lowest goals-against average in the league  -at 0.95 (with ten regular season shutouts)^  The team also set attendance records  6.T/2 ft. salmon off  Quadra puts angler  in Hall of Fame  Vrime Retail or Office Space lo he  constructed in Lower (ribstms.  Prospective tenants contact (,LJ)l\(,l.  (,1 i.WAkOS after lliiH) p.m.. MIO-22011.  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SALES & SERVICE  IN THE M OF SECHELT  Now Open MONDAY ��� SATURDAY, 9:30pm ��� 5:3f  885-9816    Admiral  'Ask about our  "Package" deals.  __-��_> Mark of Quality  APPLIANCES & TELEVISIONS  The Garcia Canadian Angler of the  Year (1978) is Michael MacDonald of East  ~Lal.erP.E-Ir The ^yeM^ld'ti_toeri-ian~  from the littlest province bagged the  biggest bluefin tuna every caught ���  anywhere!  The International Game Fish  Association has recognized the 1,235-pound  catch as the "All Tackle" world record:  MacDonald's 10-foot nine-inch prize  came on the heels of ah 1,145-pound he  whipped earler the same day!  Runners-up for the coveted honor are a  West Coast devotee and a pair of piscators  from the Prairies, including the first  female nominee in the history of the  award.  Wayne Stevenson of Kelowna, B.C. gets  the nod for a gigantic 61%-pound chinook  ~lie"l-ookexri)ff^uadra^Islandandboated'  v almost three hours later.  . Saskatoon angler Walter Hryehuk is  lauded for landing a behemoth 16-pound  nine-ounce Piprell Lake rainbow with  gossamer six-pound monofilament.  And Katherine Ribarik of Estevan,  Saskatchewan is honored for her  achievement in hauling a 34%-pound  leviathan lake trout from the depths of  Hunter Bay.  The annual selection of the Garcia  . Canadian Angler of the Year Is made by a  nationwide panel of judges, each a  foremost angling authority in his province.  Gibsons lessons  The Gibsons swimming pool will be  starting their third session of swimming  lessons for 1979 on Monday, April 2,1979.  Registration for all classes will commence Monday, March 19 till Saturday,  March 24 during pool hours and from  March 26 til Friday, March 30 from 9 a.m.  .-wvm'^wh.. _*H T1 ***>- -    �����.*-*-:���> -v.-Mwt -** r-**- -  HOMEMAKER UPGRADING  COURSE INSTRUCTOR (Temporary)  Capilano College requires a Course Instructor for a fifteen-week,  one day per week Homernaker Upgrading Program in Sechelt.  Applicants must have demonstrated ability and experience In a  related field such as adult education, nursing, social work or home  economics.  CLOSING DATE for applications: March 5, 1979.  Apply in writing, stating experience and qualifications to:  Dr. G.F. Lee  Acting Dean  Career/Vocational Programs  Capilano College  2055 Purcell Way  North Vancouver, B.C.  V7J 3H5  Y Redskins 4,  Raiders 1  Bruce Joe got two goals Sunday as the  Redskins downed the Raiders 4-1 at  Elphinstone.  Tiriuny Joe. added one and Frank  ^^oehne-goHhe:otheHortte-victors-with-  Brian Evans booting in the lone Raider  marker.  Soccer action continues Sunday.  Whistler  Accommodations Rental  by Day or Week  REASONABLE RATES  TELEPHONE:  (112)  932-5732  or (112)  433-3137  til 6 p.m.  All levels of swimming lessons are  featured.  ;    Pre-schools 3-5 years, morning and  ' evening classes; children 6-16 yrs. all Red  Cross Water Safety levels; classes for  : Adult beginner and advanced swimmers,  \ either in the morning or evening. .  ' Tom Sheldon will instruct a skin diving  ^course for teens on Saturday mgngngg.  from 9 a.m. til 10:30 a.m. The participants  will be taught the proper-procedure, for  using mask, snorkel and fins and all safety  precautions to be used in this sport.  Royal Life Saving Society bronze  medallion course will start on Saturday,  April 7 at 10 a.m. This course will run for  10 weeks for a total of 20 hours.  Prerequisites for this course is: age 14  years, minimum of Redu Cross Senior  Water Safety swimming level.  For further information phone Gibsons  Swimming Pool at 886-9415.     .  Ladies wanted  for Fillies softball  All women, any age, who would like to  play softball just for fun ��� no rough stuff  ��� are invited to join the Fitness Fillies  softball team. They will meet for the first  time this year on Monday, April 2, 6 p.m.  on the field of Sechelt Elementary School.  We're looking for enough players for  two full teams, and again we stress that we  play just far fun.  All you need to bring is your own glove  ���- and of course your team spirit and sense  of humour 1  For more information, please call Joy  at 885-9386.  MERCRUISER  RIGHT FROM THE START  * VOI,VO/P|NTA ��� CHRYSHIR  * HOURSTON ��� OLASCRAFT  *tt LOAD ��� MERCRUISER  * IMMEDIATE REPAIR  SERVICE* 7 DAYS A WEEK  * BOAT MOVING  GARDEN BAY MARINE  :..~ $0|VICE$~l_TI^  Sinclair Bay Road, OOO 1719  ���Imt up A over the hill '    QOmT'm. I j-fr-���������������  Al Wagner  AL WAGNER  INVITES YOU  in miii  BIG BROTHERS  A service of friendship  freely given by men, to  boys'wIthouHathers.*"  For Information  SS6-2615 or 885-9006  A GLAUCOMA CLINIC  MARCH 29TH-30TH  Phone Robert, Haley  fot-aniAppoJiifmeri'  Use 'Times' Adbriefs to Soil, Rent, Buy, Swap otc.  HONEST  CO-OP  VALUE  Canada No. 1   PORK CHOPS  COTTAGE ROLLS SI   .2.09  WHOLE, CUT UP  FRYING CHICKEN  frozen  tray pack ... lb.  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I tried to get out but I couldn't. It was too  hard, so I fell asleep for awhile. While I was sleeping the robot brought some food. I  woke up when he was just going to lock the door. I said, "Stop I" The robot wouldn't. I  saw strange food. I tasted It. It was good so I finished It. I fell asleep again. I woke up  again and the dish was gone and I tried to open the door. It opened all of a sudden  and I |ust about fainted. When I looked at the robot, I said, "Hi".  The robot said HI back. I ran over to see him. I said, "What is your name?"  It said, "I don't have one."  "Weil, I will |ust call you robot."  "O.K.", the robot said.  I'said, "Do you live alone?"  "No", said the robot, "I live with friends. They are over there, There is one of them,  and there It one of them and there Is one of them."  "Well, I have to get to know you people because I have to go home".  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Our Gang   '  Horst Koehler  5:00  News  Sports Afield  News  Teams   T.B.A.  T.B.A.  Bionic  Movie:  Newa  5:30  Parliament  News  News  Confd.  Cap.  Comment  T.B.A.  Woman  Tarzan's  New  Confd.  4:00  World of  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  News  News  T.B.A. .  Star Trok  York Adventure  Carol Burnett  6:30  Disney  Viewpoint  How Come  Pro,- Lottery  Around Here  Prov. Lottery  T.B.A.  Confd.  Andy's Party  60 Minutes  Bob Newhart  7:00  Beachcombers  Friends  World of  Beachcombers  60  Minutes  Friends          s  Confd.        /  T.B.A.  N.H.L. Game  At the Forum  7:30  Science Mag.  Confd.  Disney  Science Mai;,  Confd.  T.B.A.  of the Week  Confd.  Cont'd.  8:00  Super Special  Movie:  Movie:  Toller Cranston  AU in Family  1 Day at n Time  Battlc-tar- '  Galactlca  Lou TQrant  T.B.A.  Lovo Am, Stylo  Donahue  Movie:  8:30  Cont'd.  Ten  Sooner or  Confd.  T.B.A.  Fast Lane  Confd.  Funny Lady  9:00  History  Commandments  Later  History  Alice  Theatre  Natlvo   Visions  Movie:  Confd.  9:30  Quarterly  Confd,  Confd.  Quarterly  Stockard  Chan.  Cont'd.  .Cont'd.  Probe  Stairway  Confd.        /  10:00  Report  Confd.  Weekend  Report  Mary Tl Moore  Cdnl'd.  W-5  T.B.A.  Focus  to Heaven  Confd.  10:30  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Cont'd.  Confd.  T.B.A,  700 Club  Confd.  Confd.  11:00  National News  Confd.  News  News  Nows  News  T.B.A.  Confd.  Man  from  Sports Page  Cont'd.  11:30  Night Flna)  Confd."  Late Movie  Confd.  Late Movie  Confd.  Sign  Off  Confd.  Down' Undor  Reg. $21.95 $1 O  ONLY     ....     IO  SHEET  PEAT MOSS  4CU.FT.BALE        $Tf95  ���only   J  2x4x92-1/4 K.D.  SPRUCE 01C  ONLY.,    -fall   ft.  2x4x92-1/4  EC0N0 STUDS 7qc  ONLY.... "m %f  ��a.  REJECT  DOORS  VARIETY OF SIZES AND FINISHED I  $6"  only  ���a.  Monday, March 26  12:00  12130  1:00  1:30  CHANNBL 2  Swltzer  Search for Tom.  Bob McLean  Confd.  2:00  2:10  3:00  3.30  TioT  4i3��  5:00  8H0  TW  _1  Edge of Night  Beyond Reason  Take SO  Celebrity Cooks  CHANNBL 4  -ATTMy   Children  1 Life to Live  Confd,  CHANNBL ��  HoUywood S<i_,  Days of  Our Lives  The Dootora  CHANNBL 6  News  Id* Clarkson  Marcus Welby  Cont'd,  CHANNBL 7 ���  CHANNBL 8  CHANNBL 9  CHANNBL 11  General  Hospital  Merv Griffin  Cont'd.  Famous B  Catch Up  Part, Family  AU in Family  Another  \World  Movie:  Strange New  News  As World  Turns  Quldlng Light  M.000,000  News  Confd.  World  Confd.  Carol Burnett  News  School Broad.  Beyond Reason  Take 30  Celebrity Cooks  ^onfdT  M.A.S.H.  Dinah  Confd.  Nows  Alan Hamel  Cont'd.  Adorn 12  Another World  Cont'd,  Movie:  No Drums,  Shakespeare  Jullua Caesar  Confd.  Confd.  Nows  Adam-12  Movio:  Attack  CHANNBL 12  Donahue  Confd.  All in Family  M.A.8.H.  CHANNBL 13  All My Children  Cont'd.  Vancouver  Confd.  Cover to Cover  T.B.A.  Over Easy  Kit  Survival  7:30  3:00  8:30  9:00  9:30  News  Cont'd. ,# ,  Mary T. Moore  Reach for Top  Sanford A Son  Price ls Right  Confd. ,  News   Everyday  Cont'd.  News  Confd.  No Bugles  Cont'd.  $8,000,000  Man  I  11:00  IlilO  Kite Shadow  onfd.  . I.A.8.H.  W.K.R.p.  . . orthwest  ease Stand By  Captain A  Tonnllle  All-American  Woman  NCAA  JhRmplonahln  earns T.B.A.  onfd.  9  1  National Newa  Night Final  Little House on  the Prairie  Movie:  Hello Dolly  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  chopper Squad  ConVA,  Cl_  Cont'd.  Mary T. Moore  Nowlywed Game  Jokers Wild  fflf  Little House  on the Prairie  Lawrence  Welk  Jacques  Couiteau  M.A.S.H,  W.K.R.P.  T^ews  Cont'd.   Flatbush  Moat  LoBf^Sp^  Sesame Street  Cont'd.  Mr. Rogers  Electric  Co.  Confd.  Cont'd.  Popeye  Banana Splits  Studio See  Dick Cavett  News  News  Super Stars  Leave to Beaver  I Love Lucy  Part. Family  Honestly  Tlo Tao Dough  Matah Game  My 3 Sons  Cont'd,  Cont'd.  Rocket Robin  Spiderman  Story  News  Tonight Show  News MaST  Man Alive  News  Cont'd.  Captain A  Tennllie  Km  Confd.  News  Late Movie  Do  hat's My Lino  ownrlght Disco  Newa  Confd.  Bill Meyer's  Journal  Murder Must  Advertise  Bewitched  My. 8 .flops  Hogan's Heroes  Bob Newhart  Funorama  Gllllgans  Island  1 Lovo Luoy  Andy Griffith  Gong Show  Pottl. Junction  Hollywood Sqs.  News  Confd.  Movloi  The   Challengo  Confd.  Confd.  Joker's  Newlywed Game  Carol Burnett  Bob Newhart  Vancouver  Cont'd,  Crosswits  Merv ariffin  Confd.  Cont'd.  T.B.A.  T.B.A.  T.B.A.  T.H.A.  News ,  Dating Game  Odd Couple  Gong Show  When the Boat  Comes in  IHI  "ConFS.  Cont'd,  Captains  St Kings  Benny Hill  Late Movie  ports  Conf  Page  Tuesday, March 27  CHANNBL 2  \MA      &  12:10     fl.  12:10  noo  3:30  1)00  3)10  Tig"  wider  caroh for Tom.  Bob McLean  Cont'd,  CHANNBL 4  All My Children  TCdga ofNight  Beyond Reason  Take 30  Celebrity Cooks  One Lira  to Live  CHANNBL-  ollywood flq��.  >ays of  Our Lives  The Doctors  CHANNBL*  CHANNBL J  CHANNBL 8  CHANNBL 9  CHANNBL 11  J  M  *|10  JlOO  7,10  Kimpus fl  mail Box  Part, Family  All In Family  _.oSpr��.\  Merv Griffin  Confd,  1  -wmkr  Cont'd.  News  Conrd,  TOT  .on4"  Movlei  Treasure  ews  da Clarkson  arous  Welby  of  School. Broad.       SSfA  Beyond Reason     MiA.S.1  Sari flensro"~  Cont'd.  Carol Burnett  Take >0  Cele  ibr  JUL  Cooks  Cont'd,  Mary T. Moor*  Northerners  ���ilO  9:10  w  10:30  ���fl-  Minding the Zoo  ���'t"r Company ������  Hene Slmard  TonHT  Cont'd.  P.M,  Northwest  Yr. of Child  ' _����n-U  Lav. it Shlrli  >nt'd.  Cont'd.  Seattle  Name Tuna  Sanford A Son  -Vice la Right  Cont'd.  'OWL  News  As the  World Turns  Ouidiuf Lijfht  Dinah  Cont'd,  ���*  Shirley  "Eurran  Affairs  **��� Company  Tr -'  raxi  iWS  The Ropers  Queens Blvd,  lews.. i  m Hwfa ,,,  CTirmanfei's  Confd,  Motlw  Dark Secret of  onfZ  Cont'd.  Starsky A  Hutch  ttv-ryday  Cont'd.  News  fonfd,  News  Alan Hamel  Confd.  Adam If  Another  World  Movl*:'  Griffin A  Planet of Man  Veg. Soup  Discovering  Map ft Globe  1  TWIwiiTr  onM   "ary T. Moore  Newlywed Game  Joker's Wild  ts__e_s'ria_--S_Ft-  Mbohlx  Cont'd.  16,000.000  ~J-5l  tort Story  onderama  ver Easy  Julia Child  News  Adam-12  Movie;  It's a ��lg  CHANNBL 13  Donahue  Confd.  All in Family  M.A.S.H.  CHANNBL 13  ^    M> eMldrmi  .onfd,  Vancouver  Cont'd.  "2  &  1-arvut Home  Pt, I   '  ,yS5ito ".ffftny.,  Rene Slmar  8th KtRte  ~<5aws;  Watson Report  gS*4t,   ,, I, ,  imrmm*mm  'SB  News  Confd.  Magic  Confd,  -tesame Street  Confd.  Mr. Rogers  Kloctrlo Co,  ��cf.y  I'opoye  Banana  Splits  Coni'd.  Cont'd.  �����*���._' .  -__-__-__-]_-  ��nl��fC"'"!"  grind'-country'  Taxi  Studio See  Dick  Cavett  News  Newsmnkers  Sillier Stars  Leave lo Beaver  1 Love Luoy  part, Famlljj   Honestly  Tie fao Dough  Match flamd  My^3 Sons  IS  Bewitched  My 3  Sons  Hogan's  Hordes  Rob Newhart  Fundriftia:  Gilllgan's  Island  I Love Lucy  Andy Griffith  Con  Rocket Itobln  Spiderman  8ulncy  onfd.  News  T.B.A.  T.ll.A.  T.B.A,  JtfMi,  Along Came  a Snider  Cont'd.  "KewT:  Dating Game  Odd Couple  ,9m "Ww   Gong dhow  Dating Qame  Joker's Wild  Newlywed Game  Petti, Jiiridtlfln  Hollywood Sqs.  News  Confd,  NEW  OLYMPIC  LATEX  STAIN  CLEANS UP  WITH WATER;  DRIES FAST  ��  .  DOUBLE 4 FT.  FLUORESCENT  LIGHT  FIXTURE  BEVEL  SIDING  ROUGH FACE  1 x 10 UTILITY CEDAR  ONLY  only  ft.  '<Jroi##h��r  Merv Griffin  confdi  Cont'd.  Carol Burnett  Rob Newhart  Vancouver  Cont'd  TJpitalri7  Downstairs  On the Auias  Mi writ, ���  "iton'tM^'-'-- :-'-''-  I.averno, Shirley  T.R.Ar"   jr.h.Aj   33.r'"  Sechelt Building  Supplies Ltd.  ���HMMiiiMaaaiwaiiMwi*^^  ���C^'W^nWw^MWMW^wP'     *^A~in*rA'1^B9AWimN'w  885-2283 or    612-0213  �� New Family Relations Act  PageC-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, March 21,1979  - Attorney-GeneralGardeGardomtoday,  announced the proclamation by the  prdvinciarcabiriet of British-Columbia's  new-Family -Relation-L_Act._w_-lch_-._n__.-  traduces the prindple-oLequal^baring^/  family assets in the event of marriage *  .breakdown. fv.'  This sharing only applies after a breakdown and it must be fair to all concerned.  Under the new Act the Supreme Court of'  B-itish Columbia has discretionary power  to-refipportto-rtaTniljr assets-if-equai���  sharing is judged to be unfair in light of the  circumstances /jbf ���,Jl�� marriage or the  financial rneedioraspottse. I  The Act, passed in the Legislature last  -year,-take_t-effect-at.the-endJ)f March__  ^o^t^er things, the Act: inakes the  iig-its* aAd interests of children the  paramount concern in court proceedings,  introduces the system of deferred sharing  of family assets, establishes provisions for  a marriage agreement wherein spouses  can specify their own alternatives to the  ;def erred-sharing _nile, _ clarifies.. the_  liabilities for support and maintenance of  CHIMNEY SWEEP  _  7 Any .time-is.a .good time  to clean your chimney.  *Wo build thorn nevy. ond ropalr thorn.  ,l ��� -*Wo know how to swoop and. clean thorn "with tho  best equipment monoy can buy".  ,_--___-., p|j>. and -$JOyB clEAN|NG-  *SERVING THE PENINSULA FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS  S.C PENINSULA ���      ���  L��av�� mesiag* with DEAN at 885-2159  Burnaby-7370 Gill��yAv��nu* 433-3137  Whistbr Mountain .' 932-5732 ~  parents, spouses and children, provides  for automatic enforcement of maintenance brdersT provides for the use' of  family .advocates _ and family- court _  -counsellors ���'-'__   ..-.7.,.  _ .._'.  , In announcing the proclamation, the  attornty-geheral called the Act a  milestone in the evolution of family law in  British Columbia. "It is," he said, "the  fairest legislation of its kind in Canada.'  - "We have to recognize the frequency of  marital breakdown in our society,", he  ~oBsefvedr"T---S Act clarifies the rights  and the obligations of everyone unfortunate to be involved in the breaking up  of a family.  "It is contemplated that this Act will go  a long way toward easing of the emotional  1ahdlihanci-_rstra^  down. It is ajust,sound and timely piece pf_  legislation."  One of the' most important aspects of.  the Act, said Gardom, is that it takes the  rights and best interests of children above'  _other cpnsideratipns.in court proceedings.  As well, it abandons the notion of fault in  making court orders, focusing instead on  the financial need of spouses.  In addition to its marital property  provisions, the Act combines and repeals  four other Acts dealing with family law.  The Equal Guardianship of Infants Act,  Extra-Provincial  Custody   Orders  En-  legislation.  11. The - attorney-general _3aid the  proclamation of the Act will be followed by  the publication and distribution of an information booklet for the public.  rate  decreases  says Wolfe  GIBSONS SWIMMIHC  '41 I  MAINTENANCE CLOSURE  Pleas* BE ADV.SED THAT THE GIBSONS SWIMMING POOL WILL BE  -CLOSED FOR MAINTENANCE FROM SUNDAY. MARCH 25 til SUNDAY, APRIL! r INCLUSIVE.  SWIMMING LESSON REGISTRATION  REGISTRATION FOR THE THIRD SESSION OF SWIMMING LESSONS,  COMMENCING MONDAY, APRIL 2, 19797WILL~BFTAKEN^AT THE  FOLLOWING TIMES: ""  MARCH 19 - MARCH ?_. ��� DURING POOL HOURS.  MARCH 26 ��� MARCH 30 ��� 9 AM-6 PM, POOL OFFICE. -  GLASSES ARE-OFFERED FOR:  DIVISION OF H. BANKA MASONRY LTD.  f  Finance Minister Evan Wolfe has  announced that the 1979 mill rate to be  levied on behalf of the British Columbia  Assessment Authority would be.. 1.430  mills   -          "I am pleased to see.that the 1979 mill  rate-is.less than last year_s levy of 1.445  mills and that the BCAA has met the  budget restraints imposed by the province  for 1979," Wolfe said.  The   minister   stated   that, the  achievement of the mill rate decrease and  budget/restraint objectives was en-  -forcementAcVand the FaniUy-Relati^^  Act, 1972 and the Unified Family Court Act   of the government to limit property tax  are all updated and incorporated in this   increases in 1979.  PRE-SCHOOLERS ^3-5-Y-.ar*.  CHILDREN ��� 6-16 Yaart.  ADULTS.  A RLSS BRONZE MEDALLION COURSE STARTS APRIL 7 AND A  A.C.U.C. SKIN DIVING COURSE FOR TEENS, ALSO ON APRIL 7.  PLEASE REFER TO YOUR GIBSONS SWIMMING POOL BROCHURE FOR  FURTHER DETAILS OR PHONE 886-9415.  Uso Times' Adbrlofs to Soil, Rent, Buy, Swap otc.  LOOK HERE FOR WEEKLY BARGAINS & SALE INFORMATION  Shopping  Ccnt/te  fat ��tt���M_tt&(H4  you'U wen need.  _��_  YOUR  PORT MELLON INDUSTRIES, GIBSONS  m CREDIT UNION   ^  "ttir/ttt fitc ft-fVfr* lMMVft-M-fe"  * Loans  * Mortgages  * Best Saving Rates  LOCATED NEXT TO  THE BUS DEPOT"  886-8121  HIRE AN  EXPERT IN  TILE SETTING  886-9505  FREE ESTIMATES  NO OBLIGATION  Don't be sorry  yean later.  886-7918  WW  UPHOLSTERY &  BOATTOPS  IT'S TIME  FOR  BOATTOPS  AND  POLY IMPS  886-7310  Windsor  Sunshine C��t. Hwy.  Gibsons.  "MORE  (��� WINOeOH ���v  tW nf MM FMMI  886-  9221  DRIFTWOOD CRAFTS  886-2525  WE HAVE A COMPLETE  SELECTION OF WOOL  CRAFT   SUPPLIES   -  McCALL'S  PATTERNS,  SEWING  NOTIONS &  JEWELRY  &  m  MILLER  MARINE  ELECTRONIC!  next to Dogwood  Cafe, Lowor  Glbtont  .*#*&__  SPECIALISTS IN  RADAR, VHF, CB  GIBSONS  TRAVEL  886-9255  Remember: "One  Call Doesj  It All!"  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DaY��: Mo-2.344  Gonoral Contractor,          EvV,.8.8_5_?.52S  :        -������ ���ANYTIME   THE PEACH TREE  For all your" Cosmetic and  Fashion Jewelry Needs.  Hand, Nail A Footcaro Available,  Make-up Application A Facial Cleansing  For Appointment  885-3813  Orders  Takers  SALE ON  DISCONTINUED  LINES  CAMPBELL'S FAMILY SHOES  & LEATHER GOODS  In the heart of Socholt. 885-9345  -Specializing in Ladies & Mens|  Cuts & Styling,  .  Coloring,  Blow Drying,  long, soft, wash &  .���, ���   vyOar perms.,       ���  Hair Care for the entlrd family.  Rodken, Jhlrmack & Vldal Sasaoon Products  Secfott'geactty SoI^h  Open Tuesday to Saturday  1885-2818 __ ' Cowrie St. I  "SAW FILING"  ��� CARBIDE TIP  ��� HAND SAWS  ��� CIRCULAR SAWS  1297 Surf Circle, SECHELT  (BERNIE) 885-5485  UNICORN  PETS 'N PLANTS  885-5526, Socholt  SPRUCE UP FOR  SPRING I  Tropical Plant! Have  Jutt Arrived I  PEATMOSS  4 cu ft Bale ONLY  95  Sechelt Building  Supplies Ltd.  "S*M4i*a%m 4Wri.rrfV.jf'"  MADEIRA MARINA  Madeira Park* 883-2266  YOUR '��im  *QMC imp,  ^MERCRUISER W  *VOLVO I  SERVICE CENTER m  883-2315  MEN'S, WOMEN'S &  CHILDREN'S WEAR  MADEIRA PARK ���  wmmmewmmmmmmm  MADEIRA PARK  VARIETY STORE  Madeira Pork 883*9115  FOR ALL YOUR  MAWmCRAIT  MEIDST"  Soort Agent BB3.2613  AC RENTALS &  BUILDING SUPPLIES  GARDEN CENTER OPEN  Featurlnai  ���^��T85R��MANURe#-i��'>��v-f ����� ? ��� W�� 1 A- �����������  MAT MOSS7H. :.f7.95 "A io. bile.  883-2585  Hiway 101 Francis Fen. Rd.  ' Coosf Sfrokers  IHHI^i^^WHIPBi  ^li��nhi^(&rcjyy  wonder where all your money has gone.  Aside from the many ways a Mexican has  to get between a Gringo and his green-  i|T|?ltarfcifti-^  through your fingers very easily. If you do  get any change it will likely be big coins  Wednesday, March 21,1919  The Peninsula Times  i  -i  a good job, too good for 25 cents.-You pull  out another one-hundred-peso note but  even after you tipped him you.ar__ left with  vEi$i^^ no sooner  clanged into your hands when you see the  rojl^bliiid^  i  BIKE SPECIALISTS  .SERiiilliiljii^  ���FACTORY TRAINED MECHANICS  ,1:7  m  I  711  m  BEST BIKE SELECTION  I  I  I  I  I  SECHELT  &(^tlf!K7^^^  l  I  l  l  worth from five to fifty cents. Soon you  find you are hauling around what looks  like a fortune in silver but will actually  only buy a small bag of roasted peanuts  iri&lai^erthan----y.They:see-C^  $iiil^^  identical purchase tomorrow may result in  '''_^^^_i^^Liy^_W~-^^M  THE NORTHERN  885-2615  Fresh out��l_��  air ���nl��ri," :  back of/    ;  htotllntr    \  Warm air flow* -  from front of>;  heotllner 300* F+  ���Is a double walledJi^  ��� built-in structural���jpaft^'&fma^n^  *The only fireplac^thqt replacesltHe4 pky^n7  used by thefire7ori a-contlriualTbasis;:777v  ���Positive air Control-"-greater fuel off iciWricy.  '���, *SmbkeTnbt- heat goes uf> thevxtiirnneyv two  dtampWs^ ' ,;;. v7:"7"'7.:M:'-"7;'7:'7.  ^**Kte_ drafts   -   gentle   air   pressure   created  thrbughbut[horne'<.v:^;:;::'':;i-/-:'':--;';  *Old fashioned conventional ��� fireplaces? f unc>;"  tion only because of the imperfections in our '  homes.-Strictly speaking, they should hot work.^  there  is  no physical  principle  behind their n  design-        ���-.',."���..-"-"-:--.;._.7'", 77;--:"7;7'77:-.:-' 7 :\rC[::-h':-::':-:^hl'":''hl-.h::-''':-. ���- '��� *'.'..���  ALSO AVAILABLENORTHE^RN FIREPLACE INSERTS. ���.'.'���>  7 Adjustable, just slide it into yc.Ur existing fireplace. 'Use o'-runit", save hundreds of  dollars, and still enjoyvan open fire; Qiir fan; can be installed to further increase  efticiency, on BOTH units; if required;^ ���W/v7m77^;7^T^Xv"*'7^7~~"\  17:30 P.M. Tlli MIDN-GHT  PEMDER HARBOUR COMMUNITY HAii  y_i in i  CASH PRIZE  PRIZES AWARDED FOR BEST  COSTUMES REPRESENTING RIVERBOAT OR EARLY 20V  COSTUMK WCLUDES STAFF AND PATRONS  Admission $2.00 per person Hot Dogs & Refreshments  Other te they will throw in a bunch of  centavos. JNot jyen the Merican knows  what these diminutive coins are worth and  if you stand looking puzzled at your change  long enough, they will often throw in a few  whatever their value, they bliige, clang  ahd drag your pants down like a pocketfull  of hubcaps. Fortunately, you seldom have  ^(��ny4-ve-nmor���t---Utfour steps '  say you don|thave any money to give him  7i^i^  7cori1in^  with a white cane. He is sorta bumping  along from table to table and has no eyes,,  not-iing, just holes where his eyes should  7be7Nwti^  so what dp you say; to liini?  ��� 77;-7."I gaveat the office^?   ���  7 That woirt do any g(^; He doesn't  know what the hell an office is. And even if  he did he cannot w^stajid^^  ;..;!"���' CK, so :yoii feel you shoiild give Wm  something, some of that damn silver that's  draggingyou in circles.''But wtet areyoii  going to give him? Some of the coins are  CO" and some areTniarked "DIEZ"  You don't know 'Whether to give him  lOTZ or DATS. You draft want td insult  him by giving him fop Ht^  hand,' if you dump the whole works in his  hat you may break his ann. He is already  blind���you doh't want ^^^  \tpQ--:'^'----'';'7^7"77:--^''7-7r^:..r.;;;^  7 You usually end upsayingVyou figure^  ��� it ^^ andgive ^irn tile whole works^ Npw|  youieeltefenTnie beggar has enough for=|  asn(^  ������' pants;^p7:77 ',:''M-h&:;)l  Ih^ext,- ypu go and ii.; in the square to  watch  the  natives �� in  thelr^ c^  costumes. A little guy of four or fiye years  comes over. He is packing a grubby little  box and stool and he asks if you want a  shine. Using your masteryofSpanishTsii  language, pidgin English and a whole lot of  arm waving, you find he charges five  pesos (twenty five cents). So you put your  foot up on his little box.  He sits down on his little stool, opens a  door on the side of the box and pulls out an  assortment of jars, rags and brushes. He  also pulls out a comic book for you to read  while he works on your shoes. He still has  the lack of co-ordination of the very young  and gets a bit of polish on your socks.  i     He takes about 20 minutes. But he does  MARCH 23,1979  siiill^llli-  ���!-���:���*  TO 5:00 PM  Coffee and donuts will be served.  Discuss your car and its problems  (if any) with our competent staff.  WE WILL CHECK ANttREPORETO  All Fluid Levels  2. Air Filter  4. Wiper Blades &  Wallers  5. Battery  6. Cooling System  _JI-l_-_Anti^^  12. Shock Absorbers  ::'7l3,-;Tires;r::'^:'^?rV^  14. Steering Mechanism  15. Exhaust System  16. Brake lines   _  17. 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CANADIAN ADVEnmiNQ ADVISORY BOARD Page 04  '- The PeninsulaTimes  Wednesday, March 21,1979  tied with Disco Dance Grdup for Disco  dance, Stirling and Carrie Wallace tied  with Cedar-Grove Elementary Schoorfor _  Elementary School speech arts, Carrie  Wallace Junior speech arts and Arts  Council prize, Debbie Middleton for Junior  vocal, Jonathan Hunter and Christina  Wing for pianoforte duet, Kimberley Anne  Watts for Junior piano, Dawn Duckman  for Senior tap dance, Lisa Matthaus tied  with Tony English for Intermediate piano,  -'-CJatXLanc^&^crobatlc dance, Laurie,  Townsend tied wittiTR-CcofiTalento-for-  instrumental music, Donard MacKenzie  for secondary school speech arts, Mario  Reiche Arts Council prize for music,  Suzanne Sutherland for Senior, piano,  Group "Ukranian" for National Dance,  ' John Burnside-for Open-speech arts,-  Graham Heap for Senior vocal. Elphinstone Band offered 0 Canada, Snow White  Fantasy and God Save the Queen.  ;i^Sv-WsM^SIsSi*A?toiMS^isi^is^s^S  %M'"  .   '*..      !.-=������>-  PIANOFORTE   SIGHT   reading  award winner Marian VahderGeest.  Does Your Club or Group Report  ���J���    Iff Activities Regularly to Tho Tlmmst-  T  Our Specialty  We do  fast,  efficient &  reasonably priced  servicing  -_-.    on   T.V.s, Stereos,  Hi-fis  *     - _   .* *  **��$* 7 ��� Y?<t*  b_\{ ��� ' .       ��!*<  ��?���*   J       I X.     \        A<A>  JUNIOR TAP dance award winner Marlene Sobie.  ��<��*~ * ,,{& a >., -  ��'33    NATIONAL DANCfi "Polish" award  winner Debbie Middleton.  ^    ^ .7*  * t >  tf     j,/    *. ���  \*i   *-,  r> l * Hi       ttrt,      i*  'Wl.'.J^I  SENIOR JAZZ dance award, winner  Belinda SoWe.  Fitness fits in.  m\  dcnon^.  JUNIOR JAZZ dancing, award winner Shanmm Peterson.  i1!,1.^^*1  ;.iW'**f*,*��  PamaPanumm*   SONG AND DANCE award winner  i TMOf����Hii(iiwwn��ittw**fto��m(i��M,    Roddy Schultz.     ���,i,........���..v.,������ v...i ,  1.  ���'  1      V  r  I    !  I"  MM)  r  It* ^  IT IS NOT NECESSARY  to lcuvc The Pei-ii-Hiita  for Memorial Funeral Services  Why deal with strangers when the Peninsula friends aro always  avallable to give Immediate service 24 houra a day  mi. '  ��m<B  866-9551  Seaview Rd., Olbton*  l)AN DEVLIN, Director  JjuntJI-L-Ln-uuL  <<����  EtECTRONICS  authorized Sales Centre  Cowrie St., Sechelt, B.C.   Box 1208  885-2568  We Service What We Sell  FOR SALI  PENDEROSA  at Garden Bay  DRIVE-IN 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  883-2794  ���j. ������ I? -< .\ p - \.  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  Hiway 101 at Francis Peninsula Rd.  VILLAGE OF SECHELT  ZONING AMENDMENT BYLAW NO. 146.1,1979  ZONING AMENDMENT BYLAW NO. 146.2,1979  A public hearing will be held on Monday, March 26, 1979 at 7:30  p.m. 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 from both streets In the case of corner lots.  Bylaw No. 146.2 Lot 4 of B, Block 8, D.L. 303, Plan 8572 (bus depot)  to Rill to facilitate a Recreation Vehicle sales lot, and Lots 38 to 40,  Blk. 6, D.L. 303, 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.  ''"��� ii  i.i  ii .  0.331  fmt pi. k  ��� 7v\,',.!,. ,               \  " -, ������'*."! ��  ri�� Vf* rA\v(l '  %: /^%A\i"' ������  ���... -.V.--_H4^M= -  Jl-���-.... V\     VV \ ���\\ ,\r   ^M^MMi If '  ���; ihAV- "  ?;.,..,���i "��� t�� i- 303').. '":.! r '! ', '  i i   ��� ''"w..   ;: Jnhh ,;'       l";  ������'  ,   ���Ci    ^^ '���"'V '| ��� , 'I [a ,.i  rK";.��'"''''^   '������'�����������'! |J .:>;,:'IN  iiiMir'   i(i  .IS  i .������.���������  '��� \  If  ,i<_a*'^''y  I    h  , V, ��� - 3   hi ' x "1     '* ��<''������ ,l ' v  -���; ������.'"��� '���-H ���>���'������'" Vr-''. * w- ...riP^-��w'i-'..:..i. au^rr-^  ''���'I A ,  I  , ���, OiT*r*-  i   (  ^  CHARACTER BALUGT award winner Shelly Lynn Murray.  ��� ���"   ""^"7            -       ���. ���������-   --���-.������ ��� -Z__.  Wednesday, March 21,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageC-7  WELCOME SPRING to the Sunshine Coast and win.a few    students Dana Bosch, left, Pete Dubois and Steve Page at  prizes made by Pender Harbour High School woodworking   the school's spring carnival tonight from 4 p.m, to 9 p.m.  -The-Garden-Gomer-  Agri-ad libs and rhubarb, too  !     By Guy Symonds  he is at these times a forceful and compelling-speaker.  One of the jobs that fell to this reporter's lot recently was that of covering a  Marketing Board meeting at which the  guest speaker was Hon. Eugene Whelan,  federal minister of agriculture.  At these functions the custom is for the  press to be handed a copy of the speech  just as the speaker takes his place at the  podium. So it's a pretty dull time for the  reporter who know what the speaker is  going to say before he says, it.  One of the good things about the public  appearances of the minister of agriculture  is the fact that he does not hesitate to  depart from the text and do a little ad  libbing. This he did several times on the  occasions mentioned and despite what the  gentleman does to the English language,  Attend  the Church  of  your choice  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Service and Sunday School eacETSufiaay  at 11:30 a.m., Wednesday Evenings 7:30.  All in St. John's United Church,  Davis Bay  Phone 885-3157, 886-7882,  Sechelt P.O. Box 1514  UNITED CHURCH  9:30 a.m.���St. Iohn's. Wilson Creek  11:15 a.m.- Gibsons  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  On one of these excursions he spoke on  the cost of food, on the standards of living  in this country and the part the consumer  plays in the whole matter. He is very  scornful, and this scribe agrees with him,  about the modern demand for any and  every kind of fresh fruit and vegetable in  or out of season and with any kind of price  cheerfully paid ��� well, paid anyway. He  found it ridiculous that people, while  grumbling at the cost of living, should find  it necessary to pay a dollar a head for  lettuce which is 97 per cent water���and he  drank a tumblerful there and then  remarking that it did him just as much  good and tastes better.  All of which brings this talk to rhubarb,  the subject also brought to mind by the  work done with the roots disclosed while  getting the garden ready for the new  "season  <    HERON  GIBSONS HARBOUR  HOURS: MON-FRI, 8 AM-8 PM  SAT-SUN, 8 AM-5 PM  DINNER SERVED  5 PJ..-7 P.M.  Try our Homemade  Shepherd's Pie,  Welsh Rarebit or  Roast Beef  SOMETHING DIFFERENT EACH DAY"  FULL FACILITIES  Drop off your Peninsula Times  classified here  WANT TO LEARN HOW TO PLAY  BRIDGE?  t. INTRODUCTORY BRIDGE LESSONS  - TUESDAY, 7:30 PM  Actually this gardener feels a little  abashed at having to admit that the roots  were not lifted to let the frost do its good  work, but there was the comforting  thought that the long and penetrating  frosts of the winter would do the job.  Anyway.there they were, tight little leaf  buds, some breaking into curly leaf, and  thereby new growth showing healthy and  _}d^SSM^lKJ_y^-TeAiydo do ���.most^7  encouraging.  This coastal strip is very well suited to  the successful cultivation of this decliclous  and healthful offering of Nature. In fact at  one time there was quite a little industry in  the forced rhubarb business in the lower  Fraser Valley. That, of course, was before  the time that we found life insupportable;  without fresh pineapple and mangoes.  Warm, light soil but, as always,  enriched with plant food ��� same old story ��  isn't it? Rotted farmyard manure, compost, green manuring, anything in fact  that will develop humus in the soil to be ,  turned into food in Nature's miraculous  factory. v  Rhubard is grown from roots, not  seeds, and it is best to get a known variety  like Valentine, Ruby or Macdonald, says  our department of agriculture. The  crowns, if you have them, can be divided  by cutting but be sure you have at least  two "eyes" in each piece with a good  sturdy chunk of root. Established crowns  can be divided every three years or so.  The most important part of rhubarb  culture is the planting. Deep planting has  disastrous results. It retards normal  development, induces the growth of  spindly stalks and leads to diminished  vigour. When the roots have been set in the  hole prepared for their reception, Just  barely cover the tip of the crown with soil.  Do hot be tempted to put manure in the  hole before planting as it will, of course,  rot down and allow the plants to settle.  The best culture is good rich surface  soil well firmed down round the roots and,  if possible, some manure each fall, leaving  it on the ground throughout the winter.  There are a couple of points remaining,  but they must wait till next time.  Christian Science  as ye tfre called in one hope of your  calling; One Lord, one faith, one baptism,  One God and Father of all, who is above (  all, and through all, and in you all (Eph 4:  4,5,6).  There is a blessed message of peace in  these verses. Mary Baker Eddy writes,  "Sooner or later all shall know Him,,  recognize the great truth that Spriit is  infinite, and find life in Him in whom we do.  'live, tind love, and have our being' ��� life  in Life, all in All. Then shall all nations,  peoples, and tongues, In the words of St.  Paul, have 'one God and Father of all, who  Is above all, and through all, and in you  all.' 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We hope more will turn out to learn  tiie art-of square dancing for fun and  fellow friendship.  -^srwe4-a4oi-rGo--atry Stars, somertew���  PageC-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, March 21,1979  'Hello, fellow square dancers.'With a  -heelandatoe,away_we gQ,_right_oCwith_  the square dance news. ��� ,  ���  ���March 10 -= our Country Stare joined In  a very nice evening of fun on the floor with  members of St. Hilda's Church at the St.  Hilda's Church Hall and we thank the  ladies for the wonderful food at coffee, time  and we look forward to the next planned  evening. '       '  March 16 ��� with caller Harry  Robertson on stage and almost four sets on  the floor, we really got into the.new square  dance figures. It was noted that square  dancers Syd Conroy, Marv Volen and  Lloyd Scrimshaw, along with their carpentry expertise^ and the^ magic word  shazam, created a very heat storage space"  forour tables, arid a bigthanlryoi. is in;  order in place of that'cheap stuff called  money.  March 17 ��� once again the Sunshine  Coast Country Stars travelled up to the  Welcome Beach Hall and joined their  community .members in another great  evening of how square dancing is taught  and how easy it is to learn: There were  over 50 persons present with five sets on  the floor at one time and for a caller of  square dances jtor a small area, this is just  Sechelt Garden Club  square dancers who. are Just in classes,  now, aind quite a few who had never square  danced beforfe and they were all on the  floor having a good time ahd a great new  experience. We should do this ihore often.,  I met a lot of old time friends Including  --Mary-Tinkl^yrwhohas just become-MrSr-  -Vince Shannon. 'Welly that does itr Mary. I  just can't take you out to dinner now and  besides that I asked Mary howcome she  never got married sooner and she said,  well Maurice, I just kept running until the  right man got in the race, then I slowed  down so that he could catch me. Well;  Mary, I always knew that you were pretty  - derned smart and Vince is a wonderful  person, but don't underestimate the male.  I think Vince figured that you were a great  catch and lie put on a gre^t burst of speed  and you now have nay blessings. You are a  fantastic couple, many happy years to you  Are bugs, slugs and  snails here to stay?  By JACK MacLEOD  On Saturday, March 19 seven members  of the Sechelt Garden Club went to Delta to  attend the day-long Annual Conference of  the B.C. Council of Garden Clubs. Fifty-  three affiliated clubs were represented.  The morning was devoted to club and  committee reports, and to the election of*  -officers. -  The Sechelt delegation was especially  pleased to meet several young people who  are engaged in horticulture or related  studies at centres of higher learning in the  province. The B.C. Council assists them  through a scholarship fund to which our  club donates.  Bodycheck:  Too fat? Too thin? Too tired?  Too often? Do something for  somebody...  Your body!, ' '  Fitness is fun.  Try some."  "  pamiapaaian  CARTER SEEDS  OUTDOOR FERTILIZER f  PERENNIALS  SPRING BULBS  ;  FLOWERING PLANTS  FRESH FLOWERS  CACTII  "qualityv& care"  PENTANGLE  Sechelt  885-3818  Proceeds from items sold at a display  put on by the Sechelt club at the con-'  ference will go to this scholarship fund.  Club members Ena Harrold, __Canneh_  Grassie and Joyce Williams had spent  muclj time creating the artistic items,  using dried flowers and leaves while Allah  Pollock contributed two bird houses he had  made. Special thanks to these members.  In the afternoon, speakers John Bejl  and John Fitzgerald from the Plant  Quarantine Division discussed the arrival,  in Canada of some highly unwelcome  immigrants in the form of bugs, slugs and  snails, etc., who if left to their own devices,.  are here to stay.  Would you believe a mama Gypsy Moth  deposited egg clusters on an aluminum  boat, a wooden canoe, and a motor vehicle  in Eastern Canada and these objects '  arrived in Vancouver soon after where the  transplanted cluster released some,  identified flying objects with ravenous'  appetites only satisfied by feeding on our  -teees-and-agr4G)iltura--icr(}pss-Th(  clause that they demand will make  current inflation rates look puny.  " To be quite serious, we just cannot  pernpit these Gypsy Moths to maintain  themselves in the style they wish to enjoy.  The Golden Nematode is busy attacking crops of potatoes, tomatoes and  eggplant on a small tract of land in Vancouver Island. It could have been  eradicated by how, but humans must have  discussions that go on and on, and in the  meantime so do these costly little wormy  creatures. The solution is to rid ourselves  of them was not shoved aside by disputes  between over-anxious sprayers and some  environmentalists, but by failure to supply  economic measures such as suspending  planting for a year in the infected area,  with subsidies paid out for the loss of  crops. Such a plan can make good longtime financial sense.  Can we afford to make peace, not war  on these interlopers? A definite NO!  It was a most interesting and worthwhile conference.  We now have matching sets of wrapping paper, gift card and bow, all in one for  your convenience. ��� Miss Bee's, Sechelt,  i    (< �� v!#vl  "-1 *  fi'ii/w. *���  t\\ i 11  ��Uh;yM  surprise-  -*__fe_s5_^*  *^*j     t    *^ n.iialBI HP i    n  I  H i ��� . ! ! 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