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 -V    *~'v--  t~ *�����*->    .    * *     >'  local-B.C. govt,  economic  Ai24,0JHLstudyj_f_ft^^  V.  that make the Sunshine Coast economy  tic-Hs iffideTwaylfllfr^ targeTdatefor  completion of foil 1979,  The study, is sponsored and coordinated by a committee representing the  Village councils, Gibsons 7 and Sechelt  Chambers of Commerce, regional board  -and a group of Sunshine.Coast employers  and unionsr-assisted by grants from the  B.C. Ministry of Econoinie Development  and federal Department of Immigration  and Manpower. ��� ���  About $7,000 was wised locally through  the councils, Chambers' and business,  tourist and logging people with $5,000  coming from the regional district through  Ihe provincial roinjstaT^ai^gJjOOO tram  theled^al^ministry.  Strong-Hall and Associates, Vancouver, are research consultants.  The basic objective is to provide both  private and public sectors with informaton  on probable economic trends in the next  five, 10 and 15 years on the Sunshine Coast.  Probable growth: in population and  industry will be projected by areas, to give  a measure of demand for such essential  services as education, health, housing,  transportation, water and probably Job  opportunities for young people coining out  of school. Private business will find the  information valuable in making job  The public will be given an opportunity  to complete questionnaires; and all^roups  and individuals arts invited to present their  views on the future economic development  of the Sunshine Coast, in written briefs,  and to be 'prepared' to discuss their views'  _at_.alpublic-j_ieetiiig-ioJ)e^he^  RegionalDistrict board room in Sechelt at  :7:30-p:m7^priT23; 7~~~~  The meeting is sponsored by the  Economic Study Committee and will be  attended by the research consultants to  get a first hand understanding of the  > development of the Sunshine Coast.  I . AluTl-page quesUonnare will appearin  ;;a future edition of the Times to appraise  - local attitudes toward development and  - the tabulated information from the survey  ' will be published when available.  Committeer$ays  All rec facilities, Glassford Theatre, under one roof  Approvals to recreational groups to  locate facilities on municipal lands other  than the site of the intended recreation  centre should be rescindedrex-mayor and'  ^chainnan_-of_the--Gibsons__Off.idaL  munity Plan Committee Laurent Labonte  told village council .last Tuesday.  Labonte recommended, on behalf of liis  committee, that such approvals be  revoked "before time, effort,and funds  have beeh unproductively expended/'  The committee recommended also that  a policy statement should be'issued "to the  effect that all groups seeking municipal  land assistance must be directed to the  recreation centre."  The recreation centre is 15 acres, on  which the Gibsons Winter Club and  swinrrning pool Is already located, zoned  for the purpose of providing a centralized  recreational complex.  The committee says granting approval  for  recreational  groups   to   locate  elsewhere  is   "an" erosion" of our  -recreational ==concept- o��= centralizationf  which must be stopped."  The Navy League, Retarded Children's  Association, and the Eileen Glassford  Memorial Theatre group all were offered  land in the recreation centre, but; turned  the offers down, Mayor Lome Blain and  Aid. Lorraine Goddard said. ���  The Retarded Children's Association  felt the land was too expensive to develop  and the Navy League preferred waterfront  property with a facility in which to store a  boat.  Aid. Goddard said that in private  conversation with members of the theatre  group, she was told that if the theatre was  not located in lower Gibsons, "it might as  . well be In Roberts Creek."  - They hope^tt��'weati%-wlll- have-'fiir-  7-uplifting= effect on=Lower ��ibsons,^ she  : said. _ r '  . Labonte said Ids committee is not  against these groups' proposals, but it is  'against having "four or five balls" instead  of one "decent hall In the village".  "These approvals for the scattering of  recreational  buildings 'throughout  the  village will only result in a duplication of  ,; facilities and funds, and will only postpone  our real recreational need ��� a Gibsons  , Community Hall of sufficient size and  ! adaptability that the total need of the  " whole community can be met tgnder one  'roof, with a great savings of taxpayers'  ] money," he said.  ENINSULA  Serving ihe Sunshine Coast   (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)   including Port Mellon   Hopkins Landing   Granthams Landing, Gibsons   Roberts Creek  Wilson Creek   Selma Pork   Sechelt   Halfmoon Bay   Secret Cove   Pender Hrb    Madeira Park   Garden Bay   Irvine s Landing   Earls Cove   Egmont  2nd Class Mail  Registration No. 1142  Phone  885-3231  Union-tf^iMff*rfji" Label  24 Pages ��� 20c Copy  .LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 17 ��� No. 14  (+S"��      Wednesday, March 14,1979  Reading readies rezone on Pebble's purchased problems  By HELEN PARKER  A breakdown- in communications  among Sechelt Village council, clerk Tom  Wood and Robert Bull of Pebble Holdings  resulted in a special meeting las| ffriday  giving first and second reading to^ zoning  'amendment bylaw to ready it for,;public  hearing March 26.  - The breakdown was realized at last  Wednesday's regular meeting when Bull  asked council why two applicatons for  rezoningaufrmitted at the salne time as his  were scheduled for public hearing March  26 when,, his was not.  Pebble Holdings wants six lots off  Wharf Road near Sechelt Auto Clinic  rezoned from "Residential 1" to "service  industrial".  Both council and Bull thought an  was not village policy to rezone unless a  specific use of the land was indicated.  Bull said he had submitted copies of an  interim agreement with a sheet metal  SUE FRANCIS, 16, of Gibsons puts  her best into solo tap dance to "I Got  earlier meeting had resolved the problems  concering rezoning. Wood told council it  -worker-to^cottncil-as^in-indication-of-use;���^yt_mi"iastFriday^t^e~Sffi_sh_ne"  Council remembered the agreement,  but Wood said he had not seen them.  "Smashing spring carnival at PH high  " To welcome spniig to thfecoait, Fender  Harbour High School nonorganized a  spring carnival for March 21;    '.�� ;  From 4 p.m. to-%p.m./ childr^njpnd  adults can enjoy themselves In true'car-  nival spirit.  Pender Harbour students from the  sports council, outdoor club, annual club,  grad club, shop club and student council  will man 35 different booths where carnival goers can test themselves in skill?  games, dart throws, ete. "  For the youngsters there are also skill  games and a fish pond.  For the hungry, there are food concessions, a bake sale and a cakewalk. ,  Booths also include silk screen display  and sale,.book sale, plant sale and pie ,  throw.  The  easily  or  not-ao-easily  frightened, can make their way through a  haunted house.  There is a door prize admission fee of 25  cents. Besides the door prize, there are  hundreds of other prizes to be won including bingo and raffle prizes.  The highlight for some will be the  Smashathon whe^e parts from an old car  will be auctioned to be smashed -wltfi a  sledge hammer. Those who prefefctuiiefer  activities can sit through-film glows.  '"In that case, I can see no problem (in  rezoning)," Wood said. A  . - But at Friday's meeting, council gave  jC^|frst and second reading jto Bylaw ,146.3  Everyone is welcome to help Pender  .cbridiionial upon receiving the'letter "of  Harbour High School celebrate  beginning of spring on the coast.  the  PH Scout gets  medal for rescue  Scouting's Medal for Meritorious  Conduct was awarded last week to  Robert Douglas Reid, 12, of Garden  Bay for a rescue he performed last  summer at Mixal Lake.  Doug, now a Sea Scout with 1st  Pender Harbour Troop, was honored at  the Boy Scouts of Canada annual  Luncheon Meeting for Vancouver-  Coast.region March 4. He will receive  this high award at a special investiture  ceremony in Government House, Ot  tawa this coming fall from Governor-  General Edward Schreye, Chief Scout  of Canada.  On June 10,1978 Doug, then a Cub,  was. on a Scout picnic when he noticed  eight-year-old Patricia Beale, Pender  Harbour, floundering in the water. His  quick, prompt action, without  hesitation, undoubtedly saved the  young gir} from possible drowning. For  this fine life-saving action, he was  honored at the regional luncheon in the  Hyatt-Regency Hotel.  application to rezone the (land.  Aid. Joyce ��� Kolibas, planning committee chairman, said that apart from the  interim agreement shown to council, there  was "never anything specific in writing"  of what would be done with the land. .  i.  ���Bull~said_the~malority-of lots were  spoken ��f or by local tradesmen. Pebble  Holdings purchased the*,property from  Glertmont Holdiggs along with "all their  problems," he said.  "The "problems" include constructing  and upgrading roads as outlined by the  village plan. By rezoning to service industrial now, Bull said the sales of the lots  will generate money to start immediate  road construction.  At Wednesay's meeting, Bull said, "We  are committed to do all the work and we  haven't even received approval In principle. . . We are prepared to start work  improving these roads."|  Pebble Holdings has already started  clearing the property, he said.  Coast  Music,  Drama  and  Dance  SCRD board statement  ���M-a-M*_M��_M_l---a-M-i-M-a  Dir. Lee's  honesty,  Festival. Event wraps up Saturday,  7:30 p.m., with Honors Performance  "arElpfiinstone gym.  .-&,��__>.?   -  After a management committee,  meeting last week, the- Sunshine Coast  Regional District-board-has-released-ar  public statement regarding charges by  Area C director Charts Lee that he was  publicly slurred in refutation when a vote  of non-confidence from the board removed  him from the chairmanship of the finance  committee February 8.  Following is a text of that statement:  "The Board in Management discussed  the implications arising from decisions  made at the board meeting of February 8,  1979. As a result of this discussion the  Board wishes to make it clear to the public  that a motion resulting in Director Charles  Lee resigning from the chairmanship of  the Finance Committee was in no way a  reflection on his personal integrity,  honesty or ability in the discharge of his  duties as the chairman of this committee.  "Director Lee in his turn has been well  satisfied by Director Nicholson that  Director Nicholson has not been in conflict  upheld  Young reader's program  "Old idea in a new way"     Lin*cod closed  ^m ~_\f ->nnnArvn.inn nt linn nnri  In ���_>_  reinforce or enrich the material depending  whether the child has learned It.  Unlike the curriculum guide for  Mathematics for grades one to 12 introduced throughout B.C. last year, the  new reading program is not as restrictive  and includes a fair amount of colorful  supplementary material.  Besides textbooks and workbooks, the  lower levels include coloring and reading  gjgn^jp^ Ori "OW  school trustees ond parents .earned   Halfmoon Bay  Elementary  Thur-  whnt goes in to making a school when   sdny.  Mrs. Davey's grades one to three  By HELEN PARKER  A new; reading program to be Introduced In school district No. 46 to really  an old idea presented in a new way. Cedar  Grove Elementary school principal  Colleen Elson said last week.  Speaking to Halfmoon Bay parents at  last Thursday's board meeting, Elson  explained the new Ginn 720 reading  program for elementary students.   ,.l!Nsejf(thls to'.WW���m.\Mf**m., mini-books which can be taken horned  always some basic skills to get across to -  the children," she said.  "(Ginn 720) sets It out so cle��riy. It  makes it a pleasure for teachers to teach."  The changes from the current Ginn 390  reading program are that materials are  more Candianlzed and Qlnn Publishing  has acted on Information it has received  that some previous material could be  construed as racist or sexist.  With each level, the teacher receives a  teaching guido, skill pack, study book and  a booster pack of exorcised for children  having difficulty In certain areas,  In first level, children are Introduced to  sounds and the symbols representing them  through plastic letter,sets. As children  odvanco through, tho lovoLa at their own  pace, they are Introduced to skills in  vocabulary, comprehension, phonics and  decoding,  Reaching higher levels, more emphasis  k placed..on,lttnguagof.UUrflturo,  ^creatlyl^jin^  The"teacher follows an Iniriictlon plan  which Includes testing children for  placement In levels. Frpm there they plan  tho material, teach, evaluate, and finally  For conservation of ling cod in those  waters between Vancouver Island and the  mainland, a closure has been announced  effective midnight, February 28 through  midnight, April 30.  All fishing for ling cod, by any means,  commercial or sport, ls prohibited in  District One.'as described on Scheduled IV  of the Pacific Commercial Salmon Fishery  Regulations, and areas 12 to 20 inclusive as  described in Schedule V of the  aforementioned regulations.  Sechelt crime up in 1978  Sechelt RCMP reported a general ln�� Wilful damage of public and private  crease In criminal code offences In 1078 property has Increased from 114 to 140  from 1977. charges.  Though $exual offences are up from Charges for possessing, trafficking and  eight to 10 In 1978, assaults, Including on a cultivating marijuana recorded a 19 por  police officer, wounding, bodily harm, cent drop from 21 to 17, though cultivating  etc., havo dropped 3.4 per cent from 88 to charges Increased from ono to five.  OS.  Breaking and entering business  premises, residences and motor vehicles  are up 23.4 per cent from, 146 to, 170, Theft  of cars, trucks and motorcycles has in-  creased 146 per cent with the greater increase In the number of cars stolen, 14  more than th��s eight stolen In 1W7.  Charges for false pretences recorded a  minor four per cent drop from 28 to 24.  Woap(tr-�� charges are up 100 pw-ewt In  .iWlir��4wo,.te,lour,.��,,*,,,,, w��L���l  There were eight charges for arson In  1078 compared to four In 1977. Charges for  disturbing tho peace remains consisted at  40 for both years.  Traffic hit and run offences under tho  criminal code Increased from eight to 26,  while the same offences under the motor  vehicle act decreased to one from 22,  Therefore no dangerous driving charges  In 19T8 compared to six In 1977r while  driving without duo care and attention  Increased 22.8 per cent from 57 to 70.  Charges of falling to give a breath  sample Increased DO per cent to nine from  -six. Driving while Impaired InoreaMd 16.1  Fatal driving accidents increased form  three to four, injury accidents from 40 to 57  and proporty damage accidents decreased  from 178 to 107.  \  of interst in the discharge of his duties as  j chairman of the Board.  ~~"The Board also wishes to make it verjr  clear that both Director Lee and Director  Nicholson share the full confidence of the  Board with respect to the responsibilities  of their office as public servants."  Trainor sheds  light on  marina study  Though much has been written about  the marina proposal, Village of Gibsons  residents still are not aware of Gibsons  council's position, Aid. Larry Trainor said  last week.  At Tuesday's council meeting, he  outlined "the most importont parameters  given to the Marina and, Harbour  Development Committee" to aid in its  feasibility study:  "The marina project must be self-  supporting and must not cause an increase  in taxation;  "The cost of land purchase for this  project must eventually be absorbed by  the marina and the Vlllago General  Revenue Fund reimbursed;  "Priority moorage will bo given to  Vlllago residents, others on Uio Sunshine  Coast and finally boat owners living  elsewhere;  "Tho marina ls to be designed  primarily for year-round permanent  moorage. Fees for moorage prorated on  an 11-month basis;  "Regulation for tho marina must Include enforceable rules nnd penalties to  eliminate pollution of the harbour;  "The views of nil Interested parties  must bo given consideration;  "Tho marina project must bo examined  carefully to determine economic,  engineering and environmental  feasibility;  "Before a final decision Is made by  council, tho marina project will bo  presented to village residents by  referendum, after public meetings have  been held."  Aid. Trainor said also a complementing  nnd continuing program of upgrading tho  '-pjKjjjgfirvjrhnrf facilities Woccommodato  the commercial vessel fleet is progressing  wltli tho support of local vessel owners.  Tho commercial vessel fleet la expected to expand considerably. ;&u  PageA-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, March 14,1979 "E^5  bring about ihe dawn  According to reports, the  management meeting of the regional  board a week ago Monday that  resulted in the statement that^ appears drrtfienpfonfpage, Ta_fl_elTnearlyr  threli and ahalf hoursr====== ^-^^  The board wants it made clear to  the public that Director Lee's honesty  and ability was not ih question when  they.moved that he resign chairmanship of the finance committee.  Director Lee, the statement says,  is "well satisfied" that the conflict of  interest charges he made against  board chairman Ed Nicholson were  perhaps unfounded.  It was these charges that resulted  in the motion of confidence in the  chairman and that of non-confidence  in Dr. Lee last month!  . .. It has been admitted that during  the marathon meeting a lot of opinion  surfaced that-has, apparently been  festering for some time.  It has also^eri a(iir-ffted"thaf Dir.  Lee's threatened"law suit against the-  board, had it been pursued, could  have dealt.a severe blow to the effectiveness of our regional concept of  government.  It was a close call. It could have  been a messy affair. But we hope the  time the board spent in getting it all  out in the open amongst themselves  was worth it.  We'd like to call it the dawning of a  'renewed spirit of co-operation at the  regional level.  But we don't have a crystal ball.  Prayer^fla^  a-soieeesa  A fine line  Parents' ego spoils the fun  ���by Bruce Robinson  "Come on, Larry, beat his brains in!"  There's nothing like the shrill shriek of a  hockey, mother to inspire thoughts of her  murder in even the most mellow of  spectators, an act which would surely be  carried out with the greatest dispatch  were there not certain penalties for its  execution.  "Shoot the puck, you idiot," a father  -<K)mmands-hi&-son,���as-the-boy���tries-  desperately not to be lunchmeat for the  over-sized defenceman closing in on him.  Of course kids are not the sole  recipients of such thoughtful advice, such  tactful guidance. One of parents' favourite  targets in team sports is the referee or the  umpire or whatever official is^re^Sng at  their child's game.'    " ' '7\. .^ ,.-���,.  "A strike!?" Wilt the Stilt 'couldn't  have reached that one. Come on, get in  the game, Ump!"  Well, my response to sport's answer to  stage mothers and fathers is simply this:  Why don't you get out of the game,  chumps!  ^rthink the problenr-with-exrasslvly"  on the bench who publicly humiliates them  for doing something wrong. Nobody feels  worse than a player when they have let the  team down. They do not need to be unduly  chastised for their error. Coaches who  behave as if each loss is a personal affront  to them should also be reminded from time  to time that sports is supposed to be fun for  kids.  -Two-weeks-ago-I_watched-theJSenior-  Thanks from  Boy Scouts  Editor, The Times:  A sincere vote of thanks and appreciation for the support your newspaper  has given Scouting In the past year was  announced at our annual Luncheon  Meeting at the Hyatt-Regency March 4.  Over 700 people attended the meeting  from Vancouver, Powell River, Sunshine  Coast and East Howe Sound communities.  The guest speaker was Donovan Miller,  national president, Boy Scouts of Canada.  The entiling Scouting family in Van-  couverrCoast region are indeed grateful  for your continued support in your particular community and hope this will  continue in the year ahead.  .    Yours sincerely,  R.B.Chattey  President   Vancouver-Coast Region  A Vancouver guide  By Robert Kirsch  A 16 oz. Top Sirloin for. $7.95, a 10 oz.  Tenderloin Filet for $7.95, Steak and  Lobster for $9.95 and 10 oz. Idaho Baked  Potato with heaping mounds of sour  cream, chives, arid real bacon bite, piping  hot dark bread and bowls of soft butter ���  add it to "A trip through our ever-  changing salad bar" and a breathtaking  view from the top of the tallest building in  town. No, this Is not a reminder of days  wood walls. The service was refreshing  and the food, although not fancy, the  quality and quantity was a pleasant  surprise, after the high priced, feeble  attempts at some Vancouver locations.  Vancouver is still my first love for  eating out, but what a delightful change  the HIGH COUNTRY was.  Bellingham ls putting on a new face.  The old buildings are being revived and  zealous parents is that sometimes they are  guilty of living out their own fantasies  through their children. But vicarious  adventures are, seldom constructive or  satisfying. I suppose that former athletes,  especially those who excelled in sports,  are most often guilty of expecting too  much.  "If that had been me, I would have  killed the guy."  It is difficult for some parents to accept  the fact that Joey is 16 and still can't catch  a loaf of bread from, five paces, even  dear old Dad has been throwing him  passes since the kid had one hand on his  pacifier. In other words, there seems to be  some confusion as to who is really the  participant ��� parent or child.  It is one thing for a parent to follow the  progress of a game and to cheer enthusiastically for a team, but to take a  personal stake in the outcome of a contest  and the performances on the field is unnecessary. To take pride in a child who  is trying their best is a natural reaction  for a parent. However, when parents start  equating the degree of success their  children enjoy in their athletic endeavours  with their own successes a parent, the line  between pride an obsession has been  violated. Parents forget that the essential  reason their sons and daughters are  participating in sports Is that it is supposed to, be fun.  Coaches can also lose, their perspective,  leaning more towards fantacism than  instruction. From my experience as a  epoch I can appreciate the need for an  authdriiarlari approach. Klcls, i think  prefer to be led by somebody who Is in firm  control, somebody who points out  mistakes, perhaps oven criticizes them for  mental lapses, but they also want a coach  who will encourage them when they havo  performed well.  No kids want or need a raving maniac  The Peninsula^wa  Published Wednesdays nl Sechell  on ll.C.'s Sunshine Const  by .-  The Peninsula Times  lor Wesipres Piil)ll_utU>ns Ltd.  nlScel)eIi,n,C.  Itox .110 ��� Sechelt,  VON MO  Phono NHft-3231  .,., :. pi'll.(jlwur-v'J_iJ0.��.uu.._.��T -...,..,,���  loSjun. Tiiuv.SiiI.  Sul>st|i'iptlon Kales: (in fuiviulcc)  Local, $7 per your. Heyoiul 33 miles, $8  U.S.A., SiO. Overseas $11,  Girls Provincial Basketball Tournament  (Single A Schools) at Elphinstone.  Secondary. What I saw confirmed by my  feelings that competitive athletics can be a  satisfying, entertaining, and enjoyable  experience for participants and spectators  alik�� '' ,7"!^ '"  Not only/were the majority of girls  skilled performers, but they also displayed  sportsmanship the referees experienced in  picking the most sportsmanlike team.  This showed great determination, and  often teams rebounded from the short end  of a score to ultimately win. Many games  were not decided until the final minute.  "Most importantly^ the girls enjoyed  themselves.  In all ways, the tournament was  competitive sports at its best. The girls  were dedicated to the proposition of  winning, but hot at all costs.  Heckling from any source, whether it  be parents, students, athletes, or just  spectators, seldom occurred and when it  did, the nuisance was relatively harmless  and fizzled soon after it began. There is  only one person whose behaviour was ever  self-indulgent.  A coach. And he looked sadly out of  place.  Boy Scouts of Canada  Video students  brief CRTC rep  A group of students belonging to the  Elphinstone Student Research group went  to Vancouver last week to brief Mrs.  Rosalie Gower, B.C.'s part-time Com-,  missioner on the CRTC who will attend the'  Forum on Community Television to be  held the weekend of April 21-22.  The concern of cable subscribers on the  Sunshine Coast will find that the CBC tests  of their Channel 10 transmitter on Saturna  Island are causing major problems with  Channel 9 reception was raised.  Mrs. Gower recommended that  everyone experiencing the impairment of  Channel 9 should write to the CRTC both in  Vancouver at No: 11,701 Georgia St. and in  Ottawa, postal code K1A 0N2. It Is important to the Commission in working'out  a solution to know how widespread the  problem Is and how many people are  angry about it.  Comment by Mackenzie MLA Don LockBtead  Actions speak louder  The premier has announced the  opening of the session for the 22nd of this  month.  Those with long memories in the press  gallery dug up a January 10, 1975 press  release from then Opposition Leader Bill  Bennett. At that time Mr. Bennett was  criticizing the decision to start the spring  session of the legislature three weeks later  than usual. Mr. Bennett's own words read  as follows:  "Tho fact that the premier is waiting  until February 18 shows his continuing  dlsrogord for tho problems of unemployment .'. ."  If Mr. Bennett's press release was page  15 reading' in 1975, it merits page one attention today. Unemployment certainly  needs the government's attention as tho  number of young people out of work approaches Depression level figures. And If  February 18 was lato by Mr. Bennett's  schedule in 1075, what is the difference In  1079?  Actions speak louder than words. While  Mr. Bennett was using the unemployed for  political rhetoric in 1975, It Is obvious by  his present actions and his government's  record that ho no longer feels tho unemployed are n priority today. This past  month has pointed this out emphatically.  As the monthly figures from Statistics  Canada demonstrate, unemployment is  not going away. Unfortunately, though, l  tho premier Is. Instead of convening the  legislature and tackling unemployment,  Premier Bennett wont on vacation to  "soak up somo sun". Opposition Leader   Dave Jterret^howfive^^^^^  ,bouq0.9shlngtonKl)tC.ij|l9vwe,nt there to ���  meet with senior VfM, aenatora from the **  Pacific Northwest to talk about extending  tho B.C. Railway to Alaska. .  Mr.   Barrett   met   with   the   U.S.  rtpw.  THINK |f\ROIJT IT.  CANADIAN  CANCtR  WXItTY  gone by, and not in Vancouver, I'm afraid, now are housing new and exciting shops ���  This week, I took a trip to HIGH COUN- just like one large Gastown, without the  TRY in Beliirigham, one of three locations'- bright lamps. It has its own rail cars and  with this kind of bill of fare. The others are  THE CUFF HOUSE, overlooking the bay,  and DIRTY DAN HARRIS', in the  downtown section of Bellingham ��� now in  -the^Tnidst���of���reconstruction and_  beautification.  An elevator ride, plus two flights of  stairs, bring you to the top of the  Bellingham Hotel and the intimate and  cozy room called the HIGH COUNTRY.  The, room is surrounded by .large bay.  low, low hanging ferns and .rough  even a Finnigari's Alley, to help set the  scene."    -    And while you're visiting this area, try  the beautiful Chuckanut Drive and stop off  at the Oyster Bar for freshj)ysters and  lake trout. Again nothing fancy, just fine  food.  Even with the exchange on our money,  it's still a bargain to eat at the HIGH  COUNTRY in the Bellingham Hotel or  wander along, the Chuckanut:Drive for  some fresh oysters. \. ,'       7 ��� --*' ~,,>���,  Editor, The Times  Thank you for spreading the word in  your newspaper about World Day of-  Prayer. Ithelpeettill little St. John's with  some"^n>eopl^~<>a~Friday,--March--2r--  Women- from ~flve~locaTchurch-f amiliesr"  Our Lady of Lourdes, Holy Family, Bethel  Baptist, St. Hilda's Anglican and St.  John's United took turns leading the  assembly in prayer, scripture reading and  song.  The theme "Spiritual Growth" outlined  "jh ajrogramjj^air^ Africa -  focused attention on growth,in knowledge,  in faith', in hope and in love. Offerings are  sent to the Women's Inter-church Council  of Canada.  Tea and cake,was provided in the  friendship room by the hosting United  Church Women.   __..: ._     Ruth Ronning-  =====-==-Chairman of Committee-  World Day of Pray 1979  Sechelt  Mu^ic-Iest-LYal   has new  awards policy  Editor, The Times:  The Music Festival is in full swing right  now and I wanted to explain the festival  committee's new policy on awards. It was  felt that it was time to upgrade the value of  the. awards to make them more  meaningful. As a result, there are now  fewer awards than in previous years.  There are still first, second and third  certificates in each class, but only the  most outstanding performances will be  named by the adjudicator for an award  plaque.  These outstanding people ��� dancers,  vocalists, and musicians, will all come  together this Saturday night, March 17 in  Elphinstone Gym at 7:30 p.m. for the  festival Honours Performance.  Three of them will win a Sunshine Coast  Arts Council Scholarship, which have been  offered to us again this year. The criteria  for the awarding of the scholarships has  been established, but will not be announced till the end of the Honours Performance.  If you have missed the Festival,.come  ~tbthe-Honours-Performanceto-see-the-  cream of the crop.  Peter Prescesky  Festival Chairman  Beat the Big One. Give generously to  _yo!ii_ Heaft, F'M^ ,      ,,  True High Fidelity  performance  an outstanding  sound value  jL\__+%jiuwnjii  (or less)  Secretary of Transportation, Mr. Brock  Adams, as 'well as Senators Warren  Magnussen and Henry Jackson of  Washington state. Also involved in the  discussions was Senator Mike Gravel of  Alaska. The figures that the staff of Mr.  Gravel's office brought to the meetings  were impressive. A north-south railway  would create oyer 6,000 Jobs, according to  economists on Mr. Gravel's staff. The  railway would pay for Itself in 20 years.  The data goes on and on.  The point is, Dave Barrett and the NDP  have a vision of the B.C. Railway and the  development of the North that Is Integrally  related to solving our unemployment  problems. Premier Bennett;? He closed,  down construction on the Doose Lake  extension which logically could have been  extended to Whitehorse and then to  'Fairbanks. Now the B.C. Railway Is a  railway that goes nowhere. And Mr.  Bennett, afraid to face the growing  numbers of unemployed is delaying the  opening of the Legislature while he takes a  vacation. - ������������* >--���������'������ -- ��� >���������< *������-���������������������  7:7��T'SUPTOYOU    $$!  i&lMELP PREVENT.*!$?:  '"���'���"~^'NG CANCER., f %  RECEIVER  ��� 30 want per channel 6t 0,6% THD from'  20mto20kHx  ' ��� sensitive AM/FM stereo tuner  ��� 2 tuning molou  * facility (of 2 pairs of speaker*  ��� detente volume, bat*, treble controls mooh h��m  BELT-DRIVE TURNTABLE  ��� counterbalanced "S" tonearm  ��� aritl-skato control  ��� magnetic ADC cartridge  ��� auto shut-off and Meet  ��� smoked dual cqve', Integrated base/MowiHW  SPEAKERS  ��� doluxe 3-way alt suspension system  ��� 10" woofer, S" mldrongo, 3" rtt>g tweetor  / ��� tweolei Ipvel control  ��removable grille  ��� dimensions; 26" high * 16"w1dd XW deep  MOOH MM6  "���-vqp-.'UV���  ���   tfc ������&!��� fa  "JSP  OPTIONAL  EXTRAS;  (IlLUStRATED)  CASSETTE DECK  with Dolby'. 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Every now and then the,taste buds  remember those boisterious aromas that  drifted through my mothers kitchen. This  is not~a fiery Italian sauce,' it isjTather,  -richly- mellowr-Perhaps-that's- why-it  wears so well. It is best in flavor if you  make it the day before serving. When  cooked, cover and chill it, then slowly  reheat. This makes a lot, so freeze some  for another day. ,  .  MEAT MUSHROOM SAUCE (Italian  .style)-  marjoram and thyme and coarsely ground  pepper!  = 1 lbrpork sausage meat"  2 lb. ground chuck (or round)  4 very large onions, chopped  4-5 large' cloves garlic, minced  1 cup chopped parsley  % lb. fresh mushrooms, thinly sliced  3 cans (15 6z7 size) tomato sauce  1 fifth (four-fifths quart) dry red table  wine  about 2 teasp salt (taste it)  about 1 teasp EACH ground sage and  crumbled dried rosemary  about Vz teasp EACH crumble dried  |     Shop Canadian "|  In a large saucepan or Dutch oven,  slowly, brown the sausage meat; add  ground beef and brown. Pour off most of  the excess fat. Add onions and sautee until  limp; Add garlic, parsley and mushrooms  and stir to coat with meat drippings; Stir in  remaining ingredients. Cover loosely and  simmer,- stirring occasionally' for three  hours, or until reduced4o a_thick sauce-  consistency. Skim off any fat that is left on  the sauce.  To freeze: Cool quickly and thoroughly,  then ladle into freezer jars, cover with  tight lids and freeze.  CHEESE POLENTA-.(ttith_ItallaiLmeat_  sauce)  Sauce or gravy lumpy when it shouldn't  be? Try putting it through a sieve.  JteiVdCOJirs^  meatcutting  Continuing Education will be offering  the first meatcutting course this spring. It  is designed for people who raise their own  livestock or who want to learn how to cut  and wrap pork^ lamb br beef.  Mr. L. Vignal, of the Red & White Store  in Sechelt, has kindly offered the use of his  shop and expertise. George Sim is the  instructor and has been in the meatcutting  and sausage making business for many  years.  -.-h-jigJ-Jg^^stert^^Aprai^atr^LSO,,::)  iy. cups polenta or yellow cornmeal  1% teasp salt  % lg. Monterey jack or meunster cheese,  cut into small chunks  about 6 cups of hot meat-mushroom sauce  Put salt and 4% cups water into a deep  saucepan. Turn on heat, then at once stir  in polenta. Bring to a boil, stirring with a  wire whisk (so it will not be lumpy) and  cook, strirring for about five minutes.  Remove from heat and pour into a well-  oiled shallow baking pan. Top with cheese  cubes, bake in a pre-heated over at 350  degrees F. for 40 mins or until set.  Serve on warm plates with hot meat  p.mTThere should be ample opportunity to.  acquire the necessary theory and practice  during this four week course. But in case  the participants want further know-how'  about cutting, how to make sausages and  .headcheese,, how. to-bone a- chicken or  prepare a salmon, it would be possible to  start a second course later. We would like  this new course to cover exactly what you  want to know about meatcutting.  Please call Continuing Ed, 885^512, 9  a.m.-4 p.m. as soon'as possible and let us  know if you might be able to bring your,  own meat or that of friends and neighbors.'  Feel free to express any wishes you might  have about the course.  \j  WE'RE FINE IN '79  HAPPY ST. PATRICK'S DAY!  ^Ni_  /  ssm  t  w  *_s_Sss_.  V/~  \^t\  %  r&  WE ARE PLEASED  TO HAVE  BOBWICKWIRE  AS A WELCOME  ADDITION TO OUR  SALES STAFF.  \  TO  A  -v^lj  ��a����,|St' ...  rTiiffli t, TWO ����  i%^  1978 MAGNUM XE  * 7000 KM  *. Warranted till December 1979  * Fully equipped Including air cond., ttoroe etc.  * Retail list In 1978, $10,964.  * Special discounted price, $8,995.  ksr:  iZ  ^t~n  WIN A TRIP TO HAWAII  (For Two)  * Drqyv will run from February 1 - April 30, 1979  * Entrants must purchase or lease any new or used vehicle with a  retail value over $1,000.  * Draw to be made during Timber Days.  * Economy airfare and accommodation paid by Suncoast Chrysler.  * Trip will be 7-10 days depending upon charter flight availability at  winner's departure, *  a  ZmSZ B B_m_* 8_d8 BT8 wii_S 5      &�� ������ fl JT 31 L�� Em ii   Lai   LJ  885*5111     next to St. Mory'��, Sechelt  DL 2180  886-9962 ,unnyM"  ::.t  Wednesday, Ma-ch 14,1979 The Peninsula Times  Pige*3  mMm  Crystalaire  "Eight"  8 ft. long by 6'6"  wide-polyethylene  cover  Pearl Mist  "Eight"  8 ft. long by  8 ft. wide-  Fiberglass/Acrylic  panels.  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There were 2,200  ;_at.flj^_��i__articUfe^^  sports, such as hockey, figure skating,  wrestling, bowling, gymnastics, crosscountry skiiing, et(v ,.l(/  Marlene Bjornson was one .of the  chaperones -who   accompanied ' the  The "Looney,of the Month" award goes  to the "die-hard" sailors of the Arbutus  Yacht Club who took part in last Sunday's  race.     ,.  Science  ���^(W-War-and-RecondKng-Love'!;   Voices crying from the seats of power  have not been doing too well these days.  _The world ought MJisten forja_change, to_  what will, probably be minimized as a  voice crying in the wilderness.  Consider the voices of those committed  to" 'jjo out together into every neigh-  -borhobd-and- nation-as -instruments-of- -  -reconciling���love.1���To���encourage -this���  commitment is an aim of an interfaith  group, Church Women United, which has  enlisted 170 countries for its annual World  Day of Prayer (held) on March 2. The  theme is 'Spiritual Growth'.  'Reconcolirig love' and 'spiritual  growth' ��� there are no more fundamental  antidotes to the tragic conflicts that  governments have been failing to resolve.  Except  from- w.~editorial_ in "the "  Christian Science Monitor).  RECORDS   STAPES���  CURLING-��� T~7      ���   -     ^  Sixteen rinks took part in the Gibsons  Winter Club Mixed Bonspiel last weekend.  Kenmac Parts trophy was won by the  Reitle rink, runners-up were the Jack  Clement team. The "B'V event went to  ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL auxiliaries  from all over the Sunshine Coast met  at St. Hilda's Church Hall for their  annual general meeting and to hear  Dr. Ian Hunter, head of the hospital's  volley toll girls and die told us that cots  wfre,brought in from the Emergency  Centre in Cbilliwack to accommodate the  athletes. The meals were served in the  Whiter Club, feeding 400 per sitting. The  school cafeterial was used at breakfast    ���     ���,.., _.  ttaje and box lunches were also provided   ���� E*��? *** nUmerS"UI> W6re the - * F*��� TOAIN?R  physiotharaphy department talk on auxiliary president; Pearl Dove,  his specialty. From left: Billie Steele, Gibsons auxiliary secretary and  president of the co-ordinates council;l_ Eileen Smith, the new volunteer  Dr. Hunter, Joan Rigby, Gibsons   director.  General meeting ��� hospital volunteers  Save time and money ordering the records and tapes you want Pop, country, folk, specialty - current hits and  golden oldies. Special discounts all  labels, satisfaction and safe delivery  positively guaranteed Send 25c mailing for rush copy latest catalog  Supersound, Box 5227-SY Vancouver  B.C. V6B 4B3.  s\  when necessary.  , Althletes had to sign in and out and  1 show a pass and in this way, security was  well handled. Our volleyball team placed  15th; however, the experience for them  was terrific!  , .   , ,  On the same "weekend, Elphinstone  Secondary school hosted the Senior Girls  Provincial Basketball Tournament. The  Armstrong, B.C. team won 48-44 over the  Little Flower Academy team. There "were  teams from all over. B.C.; Elphie girls  teams place 12th in this very strong  competition and were "great" hosts1 to all  the visiting teams.  SEA CAVALCADE MEET ,  The first Sea Cavalcade general  meeting was held last Wednesday with  Jim Stobie, chairman, presiding. Most of  the organizations hadl__a representative  present and discussion took place on many  aspects of the Cavalcade program. It was  decided' that'the dates"lor the Sea  Cavalcade will be August 3, 4, and 5, and  the theme will be "Fifty Golden^ Years".  CUBA VACATION  Suveges rink.  ' Keeper trophies for the "A" events  were donated by Stewart Enterprises and  Shoal Development and the "B" event  keeper trophies were donated by Smitty's  Marina. All the.winners also received  some useful and interesting prizes/  TURKEY SHOOT  We heard Oat Dave Richardson outdid  himself during the "blackout" Turkey  Shoot after midnight. Congratulations,  Davel '   '  EDNEYS APPRECIATED  Mr.and Mrs. Bill Edney were presented  with honourary memberships to the Arbutus Yacht Club at the General Meeting,  March 4 in appreciation for the use of their  ''rent free" premises. Special thanks to  the Edneys from Ian Morrow on behalf of  the Sea Cadets, who also have the use of  this hall. ~     "  VISITORS            ,     _ _   _  _   _\  Visiting their parents Robert and  Marion Alsager are their daughters  Virginia from Toronto and Karen from  Dawson Creek.  Special guest  in the  Tom and Valerie Parker enjoyed their  vacation in Cuba. The weather was great  and they say many interesting places on  this island. -       :.   am r',.'  ^household is their first grandchild, Paul.  SWEET 16?  Beware of the girl who turned 16 on the  "Ides of March".'  The volunteers for the combined six  auxiliaries on the Sunshine Coast held  their annual luncheon-meeting in St.  Hilda's Church Hall, Sechelt, March 6.  Joan Rigby, President of the Gibsons  Auxiliary, chaired the meeting on behalf  of the six auxiliaries and welcomed the 54  members in attendance. (  Reports for 1978, read by committee  chairmen, included the number of  volunteers and the hours contributed  during the year and are listed hereunder:  Thrift shop ��� 790 volunteers worked  5,201 % hours, gift shop ��� 60 volunteers  worked 1,500 hours, extended care unit ���  31 volunteers worked 1,200 hours, library  ��� 3 volunteers worked 213 hours,  physiotherapy unit ��� 60 volunteers  worked 3,120 hours (approx.), hair-  dressing ��� 18 volunteers worked 856  hours, flower care^=- 8 volunteers worked  208 hours (approx), plus two spares.  Mrs. Eileen Smith has kindly consented  to serve as the new Volunteer Director.  The library chairman stressed the need  for non-fiction paperback books in the  .a-.���**,.  Sechelt notes  Owling in moonlight  by Peggy Connor, 885-9347  . That's right, owling, calling in the owls.  Members of the Marsh Society and friends  spent Friday evening, March 9 at the  provincial campground. There were about  19 birdwatchers with Wayne Diakow. He  would run a tape of owl calls then wait for  response. A screech owl answered his call  and flew in a circle for three quarters of an  hour, giving all watchers a good look at the  bird. .    .'     r ���  The night was ideal with a bright moon.  One young fellow was the first to hear the  answering owl a long way off then he kept  coming in closer and closer until he could  be easily Identified.  FIRST SIGHTING  My first daffodil burst into bloom  Monday, March 5, towering above the bed  the blue violets, and I Just barely got my  fruit tree pruning done. Season almost  moving too fast.  RESOURCE MEETING  Thursday this week the annual meeting  of the Resource Society will be held at  Elphinstone School, Gibsons at 7:30 p.m. A  most interesting speaker, Wdrren  McKibbin/ president of the St. Mary's  Hospital Society will be featured.      ���  NEW CAPTAIN  Robbie Franklin, son of former  residents Norman and Flo Franklin, is  now Captain R. Franklin ancfholds a deep-  sea, foreign-going ticket.  HAPPY BIRTHDAY  Two people will have lived on the  Sechelt Reserve for 85 years on March 17.  Happy days to Jenny Erickson and David  Paul.  An oldtimer on the reserve will not  see his 85th is Moses Billie, who passed  away last week.,,  GO FLY A KITE  The Sechelt Elementary School will  hold a kite contest at Hackett Park March  25 at 12:30 p,m. with prizes for the highest  flyer, the best decorated, three classes,  kindergarten to Grade 3, four to five, six  and seven.  MAY QUEEN NOMINEES  Five girls will run for May Queen and  attendants. They are Yvonne Edgecome,  Eileen McKibbin, Lisa Blackwell, Leane  Grisenthwaite, and Lavonne Innes.  library and would appreciate any  donations for this type of reading. The gift  shop chairman also expressed their need  for knitted bed jackets and bed socks and  hoped the knitters would heed this plea to-  add to their stock. ���/  After lunch, Mrs. .Rigby introduced the  guest speaker Ian Hunter, head  physiotherapist for St. Mary's Hospital.  Hunter gave a very interesting talk  outlining the profession of therapy which  dates back approximately 100 years ��� a  fairly young profession as compared to the  medical field. The pointed out that, for a  small hospital like St. Mary's, we are  indeed very fortunate to have one of the  better equipped physiotherapy departments. He expressed his appreciation and  thanks to the volunteers for their support  and, especially to the volunteer workers in  his department who helped out on a  regular basis.  The department will be moving into  new quarters in the near future, as a result  of hospital expansion, which will be much  larger than present space and so designed  to enable the staff to carry out their work  in rehabilitation in a much more efficient  manner. '  Mrf. Rigby thanks Hunter, on behalf of  the Auxiliaries,1 for his very interesting  and enlightening talk, and the meeting  adjourned.  Some of our cards have finally arrived;  the balance should be In this week ��� very  sorry about the delay ��� Miss Bee's,  Sechelt.  Got the blues?  Want to get away from  itall?  Take a walk!  panmipacnon}- c  Walk a Mock.Tbday.  10% JgJ <mm  funeral.  So spare your family the added grief and  ���������'"'-"    -confusion of funeral arrangements.  You can have tho lo�� word on the last     {"" ----.��----. --_.- .-  ���"iteL'N^i'^^i ���.      _     ! To: MEMORIAL SOCIETY OF B.C.  Protect your family frcyn the atreas of Pt) llox 5240 Vnncouvnr nr ��  deciding your final arrangements. Plan ,       vSi14113 VBnumvor. ��*���<������ ���  ahead for the possibility that you could i vo��'����'J  unexpectedly die. You can specify ft simple     J  l/wo lire Interested In the nlms of the Society, ���  and dignified funeratburlal, cremation or n want more Information !  memorial service. And it won't cost your       i       ��� M wish to enrol now.  family unnecessary expense. i <~>      . ���  It's your funeral. So have your wishes      !,_,,���' '  _JwfiTMimJ_H!U^^  i...Nnm.0<!b":rl:.:.-;in,^.'x-.:."..--"..^-.Mv  j,,  Soclefy atid lake a worry off your mind,        i _ .. J  For the lake of the family you love. ��� Address.:.. ,���>.._ _���_ ,  The Memorial Society of B.C.'s Postal J  contract undertaker for this area, First i City/town... i.Codc .......J }  Memorial Services Ltd., now has a facility     J Amount i  at 2B08 Mt. Lehman Rd., Abbotsford, D.C.    { Phone....       enclosed__���:  I  ,_.w-..w-...".w-<|U_w"��fc^ 'SW-IT'WW WHSlt ���*'-��'��__ ������I ���W"MI'i_W mt,mmlt.im,etm<g#>j^|Mi____Pl___rt___r'__y���j^'-^^(^-^yjj||��|jyw-'A   =^SSsss&^) -J*fw��s *����*.**,  _ ' Vilt' (Noch��r��_ torcMUtrcn iirntrr l*��l  r #  British Columbia Hydro  and Power Authority  SECHELT  RE: SUBMARINE CABLE CROSSING OF SK00KUMCHUCK NARROWS,  D.L. 6548/4429, EGMONT, B.C.  Just a reminder to all fishermen as to our electric cable across  the Narrows to the fast Egmont community. This cable was  displaced in early 1977, while being in contact with commercial  fishing gear. The result being that the cable has been tightened at  the shoreward end, causing the cable to raise about 18 feet off the  bottom, close to the northerly shore (East Egmont). This cable is  therefore vulnerable to repeated contact by commercial trolling  equipment.  This water crossing is well identified by off-shore submarine  cable warning signs, and the installation was published in detail, by  Transport Canada, marine section, in Notices to Mariners, published  by.the Canadian Coast Guard, volume 1, number 26, dated 25 June  1976.  Should you require further information, please do not hesitate  to contact pur office in Sechelt, by calling 885-2211.   Your continuing co-operation is this matter  is appreciated.  E. Hensch      '���-   - v  DISTRICT MANAGER' ��* ���' -'    - *,  SCHEDULE CHANGE  School Break  and Easter  Effective Thursday, March 22 until  Monday, April 16 inclusive. Daily.  VANCOUVER  via Horseshoe Bay  ,   Lv Horseshoe Bay  6:30 am 2:30 pm  8:30 4:30  9:15t 6:30  10;30 7:45    "  12:30 pm 8:30t  1:30 t0:00  ROUTE  6:30 am  8:30  9:15t  10:30  11:30t  12:30 pm  NANAIMO  via Departure Bay  Lv Departure Bay  2:30 pm  4:30  5:30  6:30  8:30  10:00  t No Pacific Coach Lines Bus on these four sailings.  HOWE SOUND  VANCOUVER  viaHorsqshpi? Bay  Lv Horseshoe Bay  4:55 pm  ROUTE  am  7:40  10:10  11:30  12:30 pm  1:45  2:40  5:30  7:05  7:45  9:20  11:30  SECHELT  PENINSULA  via Langdale  Lv Langdale  6:30 am 3:50 pm  9:00 6:00  11:16 6:36  12:35pm 8:15  1:35 8:50  2:50 10:30  For Information phone  BRITISH COLUMBIA  FERRYCC  Vancouver 669-1211 Victoria 386-3431  Nanaimo 753-1261  **r-��  i Skilled dance  The Sunshine. Coast Arts., Council is  pleased to present" an: evening with Ter-  Iniiiaraty Dance. The peifanHarTce~W-ll  IHaHmoorrBa^^p^hlngs:  l��^  by Mary Tjnkley-Shannon 885-9765  Wednesday, March 14,1979  to Yugoslavta" and "Vacation to the  ���take place in the gym^t Chatelech Junior-  Secondary School on Friday,.March 30 at 8  p.m. This well known Vancouver based  company Is now in its fourth year of extensive touring throughout the province.  . The dancers, Terry Hunter, 'Karen  Rirnmerand Savannah Walling are influential in the thriving modern :dance  scene in Vancouver, as each in involved  with teaching dance and movement at  SFU and have choreographed works for  other companies. Their combined efforts  evolved into Terminal City Dance and they  are dedicated to the exploration of modern  dance through a skilful blending of dance,  - live- musicV vocal sound^ "mime  -.-theatrics.! _._" .__kL._' 1;____.  . The Halfmoon Bay School was packed  to the doors-March 8 when^chool district-  46 board chairman Don Douglas openeda  meeting, to discuss educational issues  affecting the school. It was obvious that  Hempen Bay parents are vitally interested ih the education of their children,  particulary in the primary grades and  they turned out in force to express their  criticism of two decisions recently made  by the board.. .  There waif strong objection from Secret  Cove parents to the board's plan to draw in  the western boundary of the HMB school  district to Brooks Road, which would  "S���mean the transfer of Secret Cwj^children,  to the Madeira Park School. However, the  Mountains of Romania".  - .:-The-Halfmoon_3ay_Volunteer___EireL_  . Brigade will hold a Recruiting Dance at  the Welcome Beach Hall Saturday, March  24 at 8:30 p.m. Tickets, five dollars a  couple, are available from Rick Semotiuk  at 885-3617, or from any member of the  Pire-Brigaderand-will^give~holders-a-  The Peninsula Times  PageA-5  Does Your Club or Group Report  Its Activities Regularly to Tho 'Times'  ���k  tfASHERS-DRYERS-DISHWASHERS-MICRO-OVENSl  the school bad to* be' re-opened because of    .mnaL  - t.a .������ __,__ Thn_. atu*____\___t  _~__\,_.t ��-.���__.._. *.____ c_._.wA�� _,_____��_., K��t .ho   chance-on the door prize. T.nose attending  -laefcof space intheSechelt^ools^utih^^^^^^ ���hfl,���^h-tfliramhl-hllffAf  board did compromise to the extent of  making it a threeigrade schoolroom.  Now, 11 years later we are apparently  Their rafci__i_ac_ifs^__wr hSrTI_S- * mostheated-cohtroversy-arose=over the  Their performacnes nave been sue    ^^  ^^  ^  combine :&  ^  cessfully received throughout and reviews  note the group's /energy,-.imagination,  potent emotional impact awi the fact that  even though ther;e is no single artistic  director, this co-operative clearly creates  a coherent intensely motivated theatrical  event. i. <   ��� * ..;:    ��� -_  , Remember: Friday, March 30. Admission is $2.50 for adplts and $1.50 for  students. ���     ���  Walk it to me!  ptnwwtmu  11  dergarten group with Grades 1,2 and 3 in  one schoolroom under one teacher. Grave  concern was expressed that the primary  grades would suffer under. such an  arrangement and that it might be difficult  to fine} a teacher who could handle such a  situation.  An interesting point is that ih 1968, the  Halfmoon Bay School was closed down  because the board of trustees at that time  considered' the day of the four-grade  schoolroom over. It had no part in the  education policies of the day. A year later,  Henry w. Block  "You deal  personally  with the  specialist  preparing your  income tax return'.'  When you come-into one ofour  .offices, a trained tax expert will take  the time to understand your personal  tax situation while preparing your  return. To dig for the facfe/llQ_BayeL_  you as much money as legally possible. At H&R Block, we are income  tax specialists.  H&R BLOCK  THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE^���-*  GIBSONS 88^-7.  In the Sunnycrest Shopping Mall  (Across from SuperValu)  During regular Mall hours. Appointments available.  r:Si��_s-����,  VILLAGE OF SECHELT  NOTICE  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 Q, 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.  i   i'  LlTM  h't'M HI.K  **��..  ftK.  making a retrogressive step to a single  schoolroom combining Kindergarten and  three primary grades, which, as any  teacher would admit, would be a far more  complex problem than Grades 1 to 4.  Colleen Elson of tJedar Grove School  gave areport on a new reading program,.  the 720 Ginn ~ Elementary Language  system, which is to be introduced into the  primary grades of all B.C. schools in  September. She described it as an old idea  presented in a new, way.  __.Following the.sgearingjn_of_newly-  elected trustee Bruce Puchalskski, Mrs.  M. Davie, the principal, introduced her  students who read papers on various  subjects they had researched. Jolene  Malnarick read papers on "electricity"  and "soap", while the subjects studied by  Dawn Goodman were "glass" and  "water".  Erica' Renouf has. researched  "plastics''and "cement" andGabie Taylor  has written an article oh "porcelain".  Donna Nygard presented her studies on  "paint" and "paper" and Brian Goodman  had made a study of "chalk". A paper on  "crayons was submitted by Jarrett  Malnarick, while Christy Hawes concentrated her studies on "logging" and  "pencils". The subjects studied by Ferla  Packer were "metal"' and "lumber" and  Tracy Laakso presented her findings on  "rubber" and "oil".  ��� The chairman thanked them for their  presentation which, he said, paid tribute to  the efficiency and hard work of their  teacher. He advised the meeting that Mrs.  David had requested a transfer at the end  of the year and expressed thanks for the  fine service she had given the school over  the past years. He indicated that the  parents could be involved in the choice of a  new teacher if they so" wishes.  The students helped in the serving of  coffee and of cookies which they them-___  selves had made.  ST. PATRICK'S TEA  Arrangements are well in hand for the  St. Patrick's Tea planned by the Halfmoon  Bay riospil^7u-Xiliary~fof SundayTMarch~  18 at the Welcome Beach Hall from 2 to 4  p.m. At the auxiliary's regular meeting on  March 5, Marj Nygard and Maria Mahar  were appointed convenors, while Olive  Comyn agreed to arrange a display of arts  and crafts. There is to be a home baking^  stall andi:ther.decorati(ms< will be carrie^  out by Carmen Grassie. So come along  and meet your old friends and make some  new ones over a cup of tea..  Good progress was reported in the bag  . making project and special tribute was  paid to some of the husbands who had  assisted with the hard work, collecting a'  ���few blisters in the process. The results had  proved most rewarding. Jean Mercer had  again rounded up an interesting collection  thrift items and husband Jac^ another  worthy member of the Men's Auxiliary to  the Ladies' Auxiliary, had done valuable  work in transporting the material from  Vancouver.  Reporting for the gift shop, Marie Ives  said that more workers were needed and  also knitters. It is not necessary to be a  member of the group to knit for the gift  shop and wool can be supplied.  The next meeting of the Auxiliary will  be on Monday, April. 2 at 7:45 p.m. at the  home of Mary Dolmage, when the guest  speaker will be Nicholas Vucurevich,  administrator,of St. Mary's Hospital.  WELCOME BEACH  COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION  When the executive of the Welcome  Beach Community Association met March  4, guests present were Maryanne West of  Gibsons and two students from Elphinstone. There was discussion regarding the  Forum planned for April 21 and 22 and the  possibility of developing Channel 10 TV as  a permanent channel. Ruth Forrfestor was  appointed as a delegate to attend the  Forum on behalf of the association, whose  membership has now reached 143.  In view of the fact that the association  has been asked to take part in the  celebration of Canada Week, from June 25  to July 1, it was suggested that the Country  Fair might be planned during that week,  There was further discussion about the  possibility of getting an emergency  lighting system for the hall for use during  blackouts.  The association agreed to sponsor a  demonstration by Carmen Grassie between 2 and 4 p.m. April 20. Carmen will  demonstrate floral art and flower  arranging, using spring flowers and  natural plant life found on this lovely coast  ��� and also using dried branches and  ' WlMoo&"      * ""'  OTHER DATES TO REMEMBER  March 17 at 6 p.m. there will be a St.  Patrick's social evening at the Welcome  Boach Hall, when Maurice Homstreet and  hla Country Squares will demonstrate  some square dances and invite everybody  to participate. So If you have always  wanted to try this fascinating hobby,  "here's your chance. Admission 60 cents  includes refreshments and everybody la  welcome,  March 22 at 7:30 p.m. will be the last  film show of the present series at the  ^TOSmWtBeKiran imfftmTpwgranrwin  ���tnclwie actxnprehenBrfe look ��t<J��rm*ny  ��� Its scenery, castles, churches and cities  ��� and a film on Munich which covers the  Munich Festival and the Oktoberfest,  Other films In the program include "Wings  shouldering their own bottte-andabuffet~  will be served later in the evening.  ' Notices have been sent to all members  of.Area "B" Ratepayers' Association  advising them ofa general meeting to be  held at the Welcome Beach Hall Monday,  March 26 at 7;30 p.m.  HERE AND THERE  Winners of the Progressive Whist Drive  held at the hall ^larch 3 were Carmen  Grassie and Bob^Scottrwith consolation  prize going to Vince Shannon and Mary  Murray. The next whist drive April 7 will  be the last of the season.  ~ Recenf guestralrthe Wickwire home has-  been Bob's,mother, Gladys Pickens of  Seattle? ^=--==c7= =--���-���= -'---==--=  BEEFS AND BOUQUETS  Jean Mercer nominated Marie Hoffar  for this week's Bouquet because of the  patience and perseverence she exercised  to win the trust of a tiny terrified dog  which had been roaming around the Secret  Cove area for several months after being  lost or abandoned. The .tiny creature,  probably a cross between a poodle and a  Chihuahua, had become so wild that no one  could get near it to help it, but in the bitter  cold weather of January, many kindly  people around. Secret Cove were putting  out food for it. It was Marie's kindness and  infinite patience that eventually won Its  trust and confidence. Now, well fed and  well-groomed, for the first time in six to  eight months, HAPPY has won a place in  her heart and the most comfortable chair  in her home.   2-year guarantee on all parts & labor  5-year warranty on the dryer drum  _lO-year-guarantee-oa-washer_trcmscnls__io.n_|  Lifetime guarantee on stainless' steel  washer tub  WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL  MADEIRA APPLIANCES  883*2648  TO ALL REGIONAL DISTRICT WATER USERS  WEST OF THE SECHELT INDIAN LAND  Unless the matter of a utility corridor is settled between the Indian band and the Provincial Government  within the next few weeks, all Regional water users in  Sechelt, West Sechelt, Redrooffs, etc. face a serious  water shortage this coming summer. All water users  urged to request the Provincial government to  are  resolve the problem without delay.  H.J. Almond  P.U.C. chairman  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  ,Ul  iVP  PORK PICNIC  SHOULDER  Smoked, whole or shank half lb.  SIRLOIN or  WING STEAK $998  Canada Gr.A .......      Ib. Am  INSIDE ROUND ROAST $079  Boneless   '.>* Ib. -H  OUTSIDE ROUND  ROAST Boneless  $069  lb. im  SIDE BACON $149  Kent sliced; vac pack  lb.  "���'  -  FROZEN FOOD  MIXED VEGETABLES  York, 2 ib   ORANGE JUICE  Minute Maid, 12 1/2 ox   PRODUCE  ORANGES  California, Sunklst Navel, 88't   Ice Berg.  LETTUCE  GREEN ONIONS  California, 2 bunches   RED RADISHES  'CallfdrnlcT 7:7.7 77t7":77'i7'V.7  lb.  .ea.  APPLES  Spartan'  Ib.  GROCERY  BEANS IN TOMATO      %  SAUCE  Helix, Uox. __,/ 09  INSTANT COFFEE       $159  I.G.A., Royal Guest, 10 oz.    m  APPLE JUICE QQc  Pure, I.G.A., 48 ox. _ .7  iTW  PIN APPLE JUICE 7Qo  I.G.A., 48 ox.   IV  JCLLII">JLLLT . 4* twm__Wi*  POWDERS,-        2/59��  MACARONI ,.0.A.(R.c,2ib...... I SI  LONG SPAGHETTIRx^ib ../9  LIQUID BLEACH   7     99C  POWDERED DETERGENT $199  I.G.A., 6 litre ,.,.,        me  FLOUR FiveRo.e., 10kg     0  GLAD GARBAGE BAGS ��?229  CHEDDAR CHEESE 1 fiO/n 77,,,  I.G.A. random weight  JLV/U price  CANADIAN SLICES      $189  Kraft, Singlet, 1 lb Jk  CHEEZ WHIZ $939  Kraft, Plain, 2 Ib .. if  CIUSCO SH08TEHIN. . 85��  mm mm  PENDER HARBOUR CENTRE  Madeira Park.883-9100  SAVE A TAPE PROMOTION ENDS  MARCH 31 1979  "WE RISIRVtTrtt RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES"  Prices effective March 14 ��� 17  I PageA-6  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, March H 1979  60th wedding anniversary  by Doris Edwardsorr883-2308  New volunteer director for St. Mary's hospital  By PEGGY CONNOR   CMgratulatiorur to~Gordon and-Ida -  Liddle of Madeira Park on their 60th  wedding anniversary!  They were married in Belfast, Northern Ireland in 1919 in the Great Victoria  Street Presbyterian Church. Gordon  returned to Canada and was in Christie  Street Military Hospital, Toronto. He was  wounded in 1918 and did not get a  discharge until December 1919. Ida  arrived in Halifax in August 1919 by  _ herself," a-war bride, was met-by her  husband Gordon there and has not  regretted any of those 60 years. They went  ��� to live - in_ Sault _St._ Marie, Gordon's __  hometown and moved to B.C. in 1937.  - - - =They had three sons and one slaughter-*  born in Sault St. marie.  Jim was in the Medical Corps (Army)  and is now a Life Agent. Arnold is a  teacher at BCIT. Stanley was in the Air  Force and was presumed dead during the  war.  Their daughter Peggy was an office  workers and is now married and has three  daughters.  Gordon came from a family of 14, now  there are only four, Ida from a family of  four, and she only has a sister surviving  now.  Ida can remember so many details of  things that happened many years ago and  Gordon is still active as ever/especially in  bookkeeping and accounting, so that it is  really hard to * realize they are not  youngsters any more.  There will be an Open House at the  Royal Canadian Legon Hall Br. 112 between the hours of 1:30 and 4:30 for their  friends to come and meet them.  PENDER SWIMS WEDNESDAYS  On hour has been reserved especially  for Pender Harbour residents on Wednesday, March 14, time ��� 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.  for a six week program. Included will be a  Mom's and Tot's class, they babysit the  children in the small pool so mother can  have a swim.   A special-invitation to_ the seniors, to  come and enjoy the swim pool (Gibsons).  If transportation is a problem, phone 883-  9923 and this will be solved. Cost ��� Mom's  and Tot's $1.60, Seniors ��� 60 cents and for  ���more-information-phone-the-recreation-  service 883-9923.  Friday, March 16 there will be the first  of a new Teen Program. Pender Student  Council and the Recreation Service have  set up a Drop-In program on Friday  evenings for teens 13 to 19 from 7:30 to 11  p.m. Some of the activities wiU include  movies, pool, shuffleboard or maybe just  get to meet a friend and talk.  Give those in charge an idea of what  kind of entertainment or activities you  , would be interested in. Food - homemade  chili, pizza and popcorn and pop and  coffee. Music of course will he a priority.  Thanks to the executive of the Community  Hall for {the ideal place to hold this  program as it has received much help  from both the parents and the school.  Parents will be asked to chaperone  nonceinawhileHand one? thing toremember,~  this is a community program, so the  coming and going home at night is the  responsibility of parents ��� also,  chaperones .are not responsible for  teenagers staying, in the hall during the  programs and any suggestions or if you  are willing to help, please phone 883-9923.  PENDER HARBOUR COMMUNITY  CLUB  j\ Jbetter attendance is needed at the  Thursday evening Bingo if this function is  to continue operation. In the past, the  profit made from Bingo was sufficient to  -carry the operating costs of the Community Hall, but in January and February  1 oPtWsyeSvprofit was" nilrTlieCom-  munity Club is operated by volunteers:  people who donate their time and efforts so  there is a hall available for this entire  community to use. Various groups use the  hall on a gratis basis, so why not support  the Club's activities? No business or  organization can keep operating without  revenue to meet the expenses.  BAZAAR  , The Annual Community Club Bazaar  will be held on May 5. This is one of the  main fund-raising events and more help is  needed. Material is available for those  wishing to sew, wool for knitters etc. A  request for Nabob coupons, small pocket  novels, and small gift items suitable for  mystery parcels. Contact Bazaar Convener,, Muriel Cameron, 883-2609 ft.*  further information.   .  PENDER HARBOUR AND DISTRICT  HEALTH CLINIC AUXILIARY   .  The regular monthly meeting was held  Wednesday, February 28 at the clinic with  13 members present. The auxiliary has  agreed to supply to stethoscopes, one set of  pneumatic splints *and a dictaphone  ~ machine for the clinic. Material is very  urgently needed for waste rags, so if you  have any old sheets, towels, cottons or  flannels, please bring in to the Bargain  Barn. As afternoons seem more suitable  for people, the meeting time has been  changed from evening to afternoon, so the  next meeting will be Wednesday, March 28  at 2 p.m. at the clinic.  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BR. 112  KEEP  B.C.    WATERS  CLE A  There will be a St. Patrick's Dance on  March 17 at the Legion Br. 112. There is no  admission charged and Discov music for  dancing. As usual there will be a good time  and who knows, it's the time for the  Wearing of the Green, so put it on, it might  mean something. ���_  Daily membership draw at the Legion  for members. Come and meet Shirley, new  cook in the Legion kitchen, who has been  keeping the kitchen open in the evenings  and has many years of experience cooking  and catering, makes homemade pies, tarts  and cookies, besides good hamburgers and  soup and sandwiches.  SPRING CARNIVAL  Time: 4 p.m. to 9 p.m., place: Pender  Harbour Secondary School, date; March  21 (first day of spring). There will be  activities for everyone. Over 35 different  booths. Bingo, book sale, plants, many,  many games of skill, smashathon, silk  screen display, cake walk, haunted house,  white elephant sale, etc., plus hundreds of  prizes.  There will be fun fot everyone, young,  in between and seniors. Come and support  them,  The six auxiliaries to St. Riary's  Hospital held their annual volunteers  meeting March 6 at St. Hilda's Hall,  Sechelt. The .53 persons attending were  happy to hear that Mrs. Eileen Smith  would fill the vacancy of a year and a half  of volunteer director, Muriel Eggins was  the last director." "   ":  Gibsons Auxiliary hosted the meeting,  with their president Joan Rigby chairing  the meeting, and Pearl Dove as secretary.  Chairman for the co-ordinating council,  Billie Steele, was present.  That was Vi Harris registering at the  door with Ida Leslie and Jean Robertson  hosting the coffee ��� all from Gibsons.  Jim Ironside, one of the men auxilians  from Roberts _Creek, is thrift shop  chairman and he reported thrift workers  had put in 5,201 hours for the year.  Bunny Shupe, Roberts Creek, chairman of the gift shop in St. Mary's Hospital,-.  had a total of 60 volunteers with 1,500  hours. They have tried some new items for =  sale. Some were good, some were not, but  they, do try to keep those goods on hand  most needed.  Janis Wallis of Sechelt the head worker  in physiotherapy has some very devoted  workers. Due to illness on Janis' part, the  report was not, available.  Mary MacdOnald of Halfmoon Bay is in  charge of the extended care unit and had  31 regular volunteers who worked 1,200  hours, brightening the lives of those shut in  for long periods.  Madeline Grose, Roberts Creek  member, is in charge of the library: The  library car goes through the hospital  Mondays and Fridays with the ladies  servicing all waiting areas with reading  matter. They have a good supply of books  and magazines but are short in non-fiction.  On order is a subscription for'the large-  type editions of Reader's Digest. Two  hundred and thirteen hours of library  service.  Hairdressing department is chaired by  Evelyn. Pinel, a Sechelt member. These'  gals do so much for the morale of the  patients and are greeted with great  warmth ih the hospital. They spent 856  hours and left the patients perkier than  when they came. New chairman for the  group will now be Sheila Poulson.  __ _ _The flower careprogram hasjtone_well  under Maureen. Hall, Sechelt, with six  ���active and two spare volunteers. Monday  and Thursday the flowers and plants are  watered or changed for the patients.  ���Maureen-is-stepping-down- and-Peggy-  Connor will take her place.  Baby photos are still being taken. Judy  Killam and Eileen Bystedt both of Sechelt  Auxiliary look after the pictures.  New volunteer director Eileen Smith  has been an auxiliary member for 15  years, served as president of Halfmoon  Bay and later when the Smiths moved to  Sechelt she became a member of that  auxiliary and served as president.  Chairman Rigby stated they were grateful  to have her serve in this capacity.  Assistant volunteer directors will be Mary  Macdonald and Betty Laidlaw.  Time was called for a brown bag lunch  with the council providing the beverage.  Speaker for the event was head  therapist Ian Hunter from St. Mary's who  was impressed. by the lunch and the  chauffer service provided. (This was  Isabel Leech of Gibsons).  Thereapy is not very visible and the  public at large are not very, well informed  as to the results obtained.  maternity,, gynecology, orthopedic etc. j  The reasonls simple, the objective is to  return the patient to as hear normal  function as the disability will allow. "  Some therapists specialise, general  practitioners working in a large hospital  find there is always someone else toTake ~  the responsitility for your action. At a  community hospital, such as ours, you are  responsible for your own actions, and it  enables the therapist to give greater  assistance to the medical staff.  The emphasis is heavy on the other side  ��� seeing a patient when first in and  working with them until discharged. What  they have at the end of the treatment you  are responsible for, a pleasure to see the  results you have achieved.  Ian enjoys the fact he is committed  with the opportunity to use his professional  judgment to be a true professional and be  enjoys that responsibility.  -Disability is all shapes and forms, some-  occasions insurmoutable.  Patients don't stand onceremony in the  Physio department where patients are  important people to Ian, proving that work  and treatment can be fun, first name basis  makes a good bond of understanding.  The contribution of volunteers is far  more essential than they realize and it  requires absolute commitment, always  worthwhile, a very fulfilling program.  Give it a try, it is exciting work.  The department is looking forward to  moving into a new area, physio is often an  afterthought but this is one of the best  equipped small departments he has  worked with and can compete with any  hospital in Vancouver. There is a good  deal of expertise here> must have experienced people working in a community  hospital.  The new department will be twice the  size���2,000 square feet. Part of the fuction  is family counselling, the problem of  rehabilitating, returning home to a family  not ready to realize the extent of the  (liability. Counselling the family of the  disabled family member is at a disadvantage without the privacy of an office.  Privacy to explain to a patient the ins and  outs of his problems. This will now be  solved with the department.  Volunteers have supported that  structure, making the atmosphere as good  as it is.  There will be other helpful additions,  such as an area with kitchen facilities for  the retraining of housewi* "s. Preparing  -for this is crucial   The Candystripers or Junior Volun-  teer��fwere~orgreat~helplli^  mer holidays last year and it is hoped  there will be more turn out this summer.  Joan Rigby, in thanking Ian Hunter,  voiced the opinion that we were indeed  lucky to have a therapist of his dedication  at our hospital.  To bed Volunteer at StTWai^s^ospItal  you must belong to one of its she  auxiliaries. A very- practical reason  requires this ��� insurance.  Join the auxiliary of your'choice, then  become a volunteer; ~  THE NEW ADDITION to St. Mary's Society, 7:30 p.m. at Elphinstone  Hospital is the subject Warren High School. Here, McKibbin looks  McKibbon, president of St. Mary's over the addition plans with SCCRS  Hospital Society, will be discussing at board director Dr. Ian Hunter, left,  the annual general meeting of the and Jack MacLeod.  Sunshine Coast Community Resource  The date for movin-, _..��, the new  quarters will hopefully be April 1.  KOK, AAOORBY, KOWBLUK &CO.  Certified General Accountants  J0HN-WHv\eORBYt C.Gr/^esidentH3aTtTTer  BUSINESS -885-3511  Residence - 885-2498  * ������  ���0  (1  1 __  %[_  5_____r I  /  Province of British Columbia  Prime liclail or Office Space to he  constructed in Loiver (>ibsons.  tenants  (,i:or(,i:  CI. I V V ikOS after ,1:00 pin.. HH()-2'20H.  Therapists come in all different shapes  and sizes and there is no distinction made  between male and female. A lot of women  are proficient in the profession.  At first they were not much more than  masseurs, young in a viable sense ��� about  100 years ��� which makes it a very young  profession. Now more scientific in its  approach, it is growing all the time and it  is here to stay. More Involved as it follows  the patient right through treatment  continuing after dismissal from the  hospital.  It is a yery wide profession. Hardly an  area it is not involved in ��� car accidents,  GARDENBAY  IWI f% m m I mm Im  Sinclair Bay Road  Just up & over the hill  VOLVO/PENTA - CHRYSLER  HOURSTON GLASCRAFT  EZ LOAD- MERCRUISER  Immediate Repair Service���7 days a week  BOAT MOVING  ROYAL COMMISSION OF  INQUIRY INTO  URANIUM MINING  PARTICIPANT FUNDING  The Commission has been provided with limited funds for interested  groups within the Province of British Columbia to assist them In  preparing their briefs for presentation at a Public Hearing.  GUIDELINES  The guidelines for funding of participants before the Commission are  as follows: V  (a) There.should be a clearly ascertainable interest that ought to  be represented at the Inquiry.  (b) It should be established that separate and adequate representation of that interest will make a necessary and substantial  contribution to the Inquiry.  (c) Those seeking funds should have an established record  of concern for, and should have demonstrated their own  commitment to, the Interest they seek to represent.  (d) It should be shown that those seeking funds do not have  sufficient financial resources to enable them adequately to  represent that Interest,, and will require funds to do so.  (e) Those seeking funds should have a clear proposal aa to  the use they Intend to make of the funds, and should be sufficiently well organized to account for the funds.  In order to avoid duplication, various groups of similar Interests are  encouraged to jointly prepare a brief for presentation.  APPLICATION FOR FUNDS  Application for funding should be made In writing to the Exeoutlve  Secretary at the address below, and should provide the following Information:  (a) A statement of how the applicant satisfies the guidelines for  funding.  (b) A description, including a detailed budget, of the purposes for  which the funds are required, how the funds will be disbursed  and how they will be accounted for.  (o), A statement of the extent to which the applicant will con?  tribute funds and personnel to participate In the Inquiry.  (d) The name; address, telephone number and position of the  Individual within the group who will be responsible for  administering the funds.  The deadline for submitting an application will be Monday, April 30,  1979.  On behalf of the Commission;  Brig. G*n. E.D. Danby (retired)  Executive Secretary  " Royal Commission of Inquiry  Health and Environmental  -v  - Prottothm��� Uranium Mining  3724 West Broadway  Vancouver, B.C.  V6R 2C1  Telephone: 224*2014 m\  . V*  "Convicted by a machine"���fined $250  Angered that he was '/convicted by a,  machiner^acob-Andrew-Weiremantold-  Judge W.S. Selbie in Sechelt Provincial  Court he was going to appeal his conviction for driving with over a .08 blood-  alcohol level. l  _Weierman _was_ fined __$250_after__he'_  unsuccessfully conducted his own defence.  A charge of driving while his ability was  impaired   was   dropped   for   lack   of  evidence.  Ronald J. Phare of Roberts Creek was.  fined $2Hor driving withoutdue care and  attention and $35 for driving without a  licence.  Patrick Hales, 20, was fined $25fr for  driving without insurance. He was  -charged~after^aTnotorcycle~accident_in  -which he was injured March 3.   Homer Glass received a suspended,  sentence after he pleaded guilty  to  ���operating a defective, motor vehicle.  ���MarirCyrilHawksworth was fined the'  minimum $100 under section 6.07 of the  N Log Salvage Regulations. He was charged  August 7 for having a salvage log in his  possession in a log salvage district without  . ,possessing_ajraUdJog-Salyage_perrnit, .and.  not towing boomed or unboomed salvage  logs under the direction or permission of a  licencee, or towing salvage logs which  have previously been sold by a licence.  Volunteer helpline  With the change in weather many   experience  for  a person  with  some  -people are beginning4o spendmoretime���patience and who is interested in children,  outdde���enjoying toe freedom which this   DRAMA  AT THE MOMENT, Mark Lemky*  left, is receiving fine instruction in  shop work from Ed Hauka, but he and  other boys at the Achievement Centre  in Gibsons, need a few hours per week'  instruction in basis mathematics, etc.  .. A few_hours-o|your_time could help. .  time of year brings. How fortunate some of  us are ��� but there are those who still need  help inside and some who would love to  join you when you are out. Are you still  '~-Hhihking about whether you might be  willing to commit yourself to volunteering? Think about these needs and your  ability |o fulfill yourself while meeting the  needs of someone else.  VISITORS  Visitors and friends are needed to  enrich the lives of several elderly people in  the area. An elderly gentleman in Gibsons  needs the companionship of another man.  ��� He would love to chat and also get out of  his house, perhaps by a drive or even a  short walk. A lady ih Gibsons wants to be  able to live in hour own home but she  really needs some outside influences in her  lifeTPerhaps you afeThe person to devote-  some special time to this woman on a  ���    regular basis.  ASSISTANCE IN THE SCHOOLS  Volunteers are needed to work in the  learning assistance area both at the  elementary school and high school level.  Students benefit from this individual  attention and this often makes the difference as to whether a child reaches his  potential. At present, only one-quarter of  these students needing help are getting it.  Volunteers are needed from Gibsons to  Pender Harbour. This is a rewarding  Cavanaugh named  to tourist board  John Cavanaugh, proprietor of the  Cedar's Inn in Gibsons, has been named a  director of the Southwestern British  Columbia Tourist Association.  The association's annual general  meeting held at Vancouver's Sheraton  Landmark Hotel elected an 18-persoh  board of directors to run the affairs for the  coming year; Communities from Powell  River and the Sunshine Coast as well as  the Whistler area and Greater Vancouver  and the lower and upper Fraser Valley  portions of the province are represented.  The Organization is responsible for coordinating provincial government and  private sector: funds and activities  throughout tftTregiori. It is one of nine  regional tourist associations in B.C.  Where is that volunteer who has an  interest in drama and who wants to share  his or her excitement with some keen  youngsters? Do you remember the person  who first helped you to become so excited  about acting?  BIG BROTHER  Swimming, playing baseball and  soccer are fun activities for this nine-year-  old boy. He also enjoys singing and music.  He would like to develop a close adult  friendship with a male, something he has  never had before.  DRIVERS  ���- More on-call drivers are needed to help  drive people to medical appointments.  Your name on a list is needed even more at  this time' of year, since it becomes increasingly difficult to reach people when  they are often outside.  SPECIAL FRIEND  Volunteers are needed to work on a  'one-to-one' basis as a helping friend. The  volunteer must be stable, caring and'  positive. The volunteer would share activities with the -personate a model of  stability coping with lifer,- thus helping the  person to rebuild a positive self image.  This could be a growing and rewarding  volunteer opportunity for someone willing  to make a commitment.  ASSISTANCE IN THE SHOP  Volunteers with some background in  metal work, woodwork, and small engine  automotive work are needed to extend  existing programs in the schools. Share  your enthusiasm and skill with some  teenagers.  MEETINGS  Volunteers are reminded of several  important meetings. March 15 is the annual Sunshine Coast Community Resource  Society at Elphinstone at 7:30 p.m. Warren  McKibbin will be the speaker. New board  members will be elected at this meeting.  March 19* the Volunteer Bureau  meeting will be a pot luck luncheon  beginning at 12 noon at the Bethel Baptist  Church in Sechelt.  March 21 ��� a workshop on Group  Dynamics will be held at Elphinstone  School at 7:30 p.m. What part do individuals play in the effectiveness of the,  group process? Leadership styles will also  be discussed. Please register at 885-3821.  This is open to teenagers and adults.  For any more information, please call  the Resource Society's Volunteer Bureau  at 885-3821.  j      Use 'Times' Adbriefs  .s  Date Pad  March 14 ��� Elphlniton* A��ro Club Meeting, Clubhout*, B p.m.  March 14 ~ Canadian Cancer Society Meeting, Rm 112 Chatelech, 0 p.m.  For Info call 683-2604 or 883-2640.  March 14 ��� Horizon Theatre Company, Roberts Creek Gym, 0 p,m, Voice  projection workshop.  March 14 ��� TV Cable 10, "Pioneer, of the Sunihlne Coast" Ida Higgs  conversation with Bert Nelson on the early days In Pender Harbour,  Gibsons 6 p.m., Sechelt 7;30 p.m. (dividing line Maskell Rd,).  March 14 ~ Family Library and Storytlme, Wilson Creek Community Hall,  11:30.1 Storytlme, noon.  March 15 -��� Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting, Wilson Creek Community  Hall, 8;30 p.m. For Info call 886-3394 or 885-2896.      .  March 15-���Annual Meeting Sunshine Coast Community Resource Society,  a        Elphinstone School, 7:30 p.m. Warren McKibbin will speak on additions  I        to St. Mary's Hospital.  I   March 16 ��� Community library, Wilson Creek Community Hall, 2-4;30   p.m.... ..........,,..., ,.���..,..   ...... ,...-.,.��.,,.��..,.....,,.,<.,���......,,.,.   ...   ,..,,...���.,..,  March 16 ��� Stood Pressure clinic normally scheduled for this date |��  cancelled.  March 19 ��� Roberts Creek Hospital Auxiliary Meeting, St. Aldans Hall, 11  a.m. , >v  March 19 ~~ New HorUons Meeting, Roberts Creek Community Hall, 1:30  p.m.  March 20 ��� Al Anon Meeting, St. Aldans Hall, 8 p.m. For Info call 886-9041  or 885-3394,  March 20 ��� Sunshine Coast Arts Council Monthly Meeting, Sechelt Elem,  (Mr. ll-ee's rm) 7i30 p.m. Everyone welcome,.  March 26���Women's Aglow Fellowship, Harmony Hall, Olbsoni, 7:30  p,m, Women of all ages welcome,  March 24 ��� TOPS Used Book Sale, Sunnycrest Mall, all day,  March 30 ���'3.C. Arts Council presents "Terminal City Dance", Vancouver  based modern dance company, Chatelech Gym, 8 p.m.  C, MUSIC DRAMA A DANCE FESTIVAL ��� Mar, 8-Mar, 17. See paper for detal  use Tffts waotto reowon w    irt. mi. cau M*.a_ai.  ....  is.  itWNiyitiMVui  I  WINNING NUMBERS FOR FEBRUARY 1979  FEB. 7 DRAW  FEB. 14 DRAW  $100,000  WINNING NUMBERS  last. 5_djgits. wjn _$���1,0Q0_  last 4 digits win    $10_0_  "last 3 digits win      $25  4____k-  1  7  ���  4  0  3  1  0  1  5  4  7  1  7  1  0  9  7"  *  1  6  7  3  0  6  8  9  9  6  2  1  2  7  1  3  5  1  8  2  2  6  6  6  0  8  8  0  7  2  7  0  6  1  5  1  4  1  1  6  1  3  9  4  1  0  6  4  4  4  0  7  -EEB..21. DRAW..  -FEB.-28-DRAW-  Jlie .'W.  1-  3  5  3  9-  0.  7  1=  8-  6  6  2  8  1  0  6  9  0  8  9  6  1  5  4  6  2  1  3  1  6  5  9  1  3  5  0  9  2  9  6  8  8  1  3  $  1  8  4  8  1  1  3  7  1  0  7  0  3  3  5  0  7  5  1  1  3  9  2  4  8  PrOVinCiQl February 25 draw  $1   MILLION WINNING NUMBERS'  7 7 4  0 0 7  0 3 9  2 4 8  1  1  1  0  3  3  6  1  1  6  4  7  4  8  1  2  5  4  8  2  9  KEEP your  FEBRUARY/ MARCH  PROVINCIAL TICKET.  IT'S ALSO ELIGIBLE  FOR THE  MARCH 25 DRAW  For a list of Bonus Numbers on the  February 14th Western Express Draw,  write to  Western Canada Lottery Foundation.  One Lakeview Square, Winnipeg?  Man R3C 3H8  BONUS $1 MILLION  FOR EXACT NUMBER ONLY   ���  3   14   0   9   0   8  last 6 digits win  last 5 digits win  last 4 digits win  last 3 digits win  $10,000  $1,000  $100  $25  Western Canada Lottery Foundation  in the event of discrepancy between this list  and the official winning numbers list, the latter shall prevail  Dorftforgettofile  your Universal Pharmacare   before March 31st   __ Iiyouare ,  eligible to file a Pharmacare  Claim Form this year*  now is the time to do it.  All claims must be mailed  before March 31,1979.  Wo  7  is eligible for Universal  Pharmacare protection?  All individuals or families registered with the  Medical Services Plan of British Columbia  (except as listed below) may elaiman 80%refund  on any amount over $ 100 spent on eligible  prescription items between January I, 1978 and  December 31, 1978.  This means that if your drug costs during the  year were, say, $300, Pharmacare will refund  80% of $200, or $160.      ,.  :Wm  ���   T JLlctL  are "eligible prescription  dnjg items"?  Most drugs prescribed by your doctor, dentist  or podiatrist can be included in your total.  However, items such as parent medicines,  bandages, artificiaisweeteners, vitamin  combinations, antacids, laxatives and other  over-the-counter drugs cannot be included. If in  doubt, ask your pharmacist.  W  is not e  ho  eto  Generally, three groups cannot, or need not,  claim a Pharmacare benefit:  1. Those who already receive fully-paid  benefits. This group includes citizens aged 65 or  over; those in licensedlong-tenr. care facilities;  and holders of a valid Human Resources Medical  Benefits Program"W card. In these cases,  benefits are already fully paid and Pharmacare  pays your pharmacist direct.  2. Tourists, transients and visitors to British  Cojumbia cannot claim benefits.  3. Also ineligible are people receiving fuJUy  paid drug benefits from a union - or  employer-sponsored plan, or from D. V. A.,  D.I. A., Workers' Compensation, or Home  Care. This group will continue to be protected by  their own plans.  (  .ow  can I claimr  ?  ow  about other medical  CCx!)d. JLlldio ���  Yes, expenses for items such as ostomy  supplies, designated permpnerrtprophetic   appliances, and syringes for diabetics are benefits,  ,and receipts forthese should be Included on the  Claim Form in the space provided.  It's simple. During the year, your pharmacist  will have given you an official Pharmacare  receipt for any eligible item you purchased. Total  these up - include as well any receipts for those  other medical benefits listed above; if they come  to more than $ 100 for you and your dependents,  ask your pharmacist for a Claim Form, attach the  receipts in the spaces provided (no duplicate  receipts will be issued), fill in the rest of the form,  affix sufficient postage and mail the form. It is  already addressed. *  Wu  t That  if I have any questions?  Simply ask at your pharmacy. They know all  the details about Pharmacare,  Universal  harmacare  n service of the Ministry of Human Resources,  Province of British Columbia. *     I  Deserted Bay report  Page A-8 The Peninsula Times Wednesday, March 14,1979  V  Indian names, lady trapper, and a  jump off the dock���clothes and all  -By -Terry-Allan   and Jennifer Hopkins  When we arrived Monday morning" at  Egmont the weather didn't look good, and  when the boat finally got under way after  waiting around for two hours, the weather  SPRING BULBS  Dahlias. Begonias. Gladiolus,  Anemones,   etc.  PERENNIALS  Alyssum       Aubrieta,     Wall  Flowers  and  much  more  PRIMROSES  POLYANTHUS  CARTER SEEDS  FERTILIZERS  ENTANGLE  885-3818    9:30-5:30    ��tivol  ���and water-was rough-_  ForTso-Miyeand the group it has been  "a very productive week, First the group.  We gift started on our projects in Indian  Arts (which we were supposed to start  last week) and you would be amazed. All  of the carvings and paintings look  professional.  tyy project (Jennifer) is on the Sechelt  Indian dialect, place-names of the area to  "be" exactrHefe ariTsome that are quite  . interesting to know.  Tsoh-nye ��� rocky place, shelter or  chief village (where we are now),  Hunachin��� "as far as you can go" at  the head of Jervis Inlet,   Klaya-Kwose ���-chief-village,   Slahlt ��� chief village,  Kuhl-an-khan ��� fortified village at  Lawsman Creek,  Sway-we-laMVIalibu ��� where the sun  always shines,  Leg-o-main ��� Jervis Inlet ��� "where  good things are put away",  Swayt-Lye ��� mountain goat,  Swen-al-warn ��� Moorsam Bluff,  Klay-ko-the ��� "Skookumchuck",  Kwat-at-mose ��� old Egmont,  Kwat-natch-an-wayth ��� rock on which  Malibu is built,  Swayht-Ahwt-tsait ��� Goliath Bay,  Skoo-Pah ��� Salmon Inlet,  Smait ��� Hothman Sound,  Minatch ��� mountain near the head of  Jhe_Inlet,.  Pay-kay-klahm ��� Potato Creek,  '   See-saw-mabr---"a_ways windy"��� ���  Yay-lday-klay-Nahmess���This certain  name has special meaning in Indian. It  means slipperyand to prove manhood the  'young boys had to climb the slippery rock.  If they could not do it, they were still a boy.  Kilse Mtn. ��� according to legend,  Anchor Mountain.    Youarenotto point atTt Because when  a great flood came, the Indians anchored  their canoes to the top to stay alive. If you  point at it bad weather will come.  Chat-e-leech ��� original name for  Sechelt (Chatelech Jr. Sec. School).   Thtee.immes_wjre^athered_by__Les_  Peterson, Peninsula historian.  On Wednesday, Mar.-7 a group of us  went over to visit a lady trapper, Minnie  Solberg. She gave us some skins to take  back. On the way back we were lucky to  find a dead eagle which we took to camp.  Thursday we felt as though we were in  a prison camp, packing rocks, raking,  planting trees, so that we could have a  greener environment. You don't know how  much 27 people can do. It looks great!  After the work, almost everyone went  nuts. We went to the dock and jumped off,4  clothes and all. This was on Mar. 8, but the  sun was out and it was very warm, so I  guess you would get disillusioned.  Greg Miller brought some cross-  UONSCLUB  CASINO NIGHT  ��� SATURDAY, MARCH 24,1979  ��� 7:30**1. HI MDNKHT  FENDER HARBOUR COMMUNITY tifULL  CASHPREE  y^\ in i  PRIZES AWARDED FOR BEST  COSTUMES REPRESENTING MVERBOAT OR EARLY m.  COSTUMES MCLUDES STAFF AND PATRONS  country slffl-n^>fforwe~haora~lo1rof"fun.  Thanks to the Pender Harbour Outdoor  Club.  On Friday, the power and water went  off, but it is under control  We are on our way bacfexhoqjg_and the  weather is terrific, some of us wished we  weren't going home.  "Pioneers" in  PH Thursday  _ The .third ^Pioneers, of the Sunshine  Coast" program in which Mrs. Ida Higgs  talks with Bert Nelson about growing up in  Pender Harbour, which can be seen  Wednesday on Cable 10 courtesy of Coast  -Cablevision and JMr_.Carl Bobart,_wi_Lalso   .J___shown in Pender Harbour on Thursday,  Admission $2.00 per person  Hot Dogs & Refreshments  March 15 at the Secondary School at 7:30  p.m. in the library, courtesy of Librarian  Bob Peck.  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Jhl*      V______  atuHM  femora  Celebrate spring and come to our new  ap in lower Gibsons Saturday,:  X March 17, St Patrick's Day, 11 a.m. to 4  | fp.na, andmeetsorneofthfrlo^al artistsand=  ; crafts people over coffeeandcookies.  Arts Council  UNSHINE COAST TV  SALES & SERVICE  ���Ask-about-our���  "Package" deals.  IN THE M OF SECHELT  Now Open MONDAY ��� SATURDAY, 9:30am - 5:3f  Jidmircwt  -MaFk-of-Qtiality-  APPUANCES & TELEVISIONS  *"����^'$V^S{fi  U'%*"-  -u ,. *���<  %\  ^^mm  !.   !-.  *��� >^h_  tf^l  IT  WAS  NEARLY  bedtime,   but   allowed to stay up to watch new   Puchalski, right. School District No.  Halfmoon Bay school students were   swearing-in   of   trustee . Bruce   46   secretary-treasurer  Roy  Mills  administered oath.  APPLICATIONS FOR B.C. R.I.C.  SHARES CAN BE  FltldED^UT^-^  Sunshine Coast Credit Union  COWRIE STREET, SECHELT  PHONE 885-3744  Section B  Wednesday, March 14,1979  Pages 1-8  mt*  Police news  Gas station man  slugged, till robbed  The Sechelt Shell gas station at the  corner of Cowrie and Trail was robbed of  $500 after the station attendant was  assaulted March 5.  Two^disguisedTnal^rone wearing a"  _toque_jrith a.scarf_wrapped.around his_  head, entered the station at approximately  9 p.m., closing time. After one of them  punched the attendant a few times, the till  was robbed.  The man escaped before  RCMP  arrived, about five minutes after they  were called. Anyone noticing anything  unusual in the vicinity of the gas station  around that time is asked to contact  C4wmm^$j$mwmt^~~:  \ The hard wpiKDf two Sechelt auxiliary  constables March 7 has resulted in two  men being charged with breaking and  entry with intent.  Floyd William Woods, 18 and Ronald  William Gibson, 18, both of Sechelt, were  charged when they were caught at 12:35  ~Ejn!. after breaking into European Mstorsr  in Wilson Greek.  Considerable damage was done inside,  including a cash register thrown to the  floor. Some damage was done to vehicles  parked outside also.  This is the third time European Motors  has been broken into in 1979.  Police are advising residents that a  man allegedly representing B.C.  Aluminum Industries, New Westminster is  not authorized to do so.  Calling himself Irwin N. Pinkney, he  approached residents in a home in Selma  Teredo Street  Park February 26 and told them he was  selling and installing aluminum gutters.  He took a $20 deposit and hasn't been seen  since.  ���Iteis about 42 yearsjold^SUO'- and 145_  lbs. and has short, brown hair. He drives a  1969 Brookswood station wagonrPoliceare~  investigating charges of fraud in connection with the man's operation.  ���A~Tesidenw~nn���eowrier~street���was  broken into March 8 and some small  change stolen.  _Ihei^wasanjattemptedJ3reak_in_atthe-  veterinary clinic on Wharf Rd. also March  A trailer in the Pender Harbour, area  -was broken into MarchW   '   ��� t>%f^\  Two white ^Viking speakers valued at  about $50 were stolen from a residence on  Porpoise Bay Reserve March 5. Also  stolen were $30 worth of groceries and  some eight-track tapes.  Nearly $70 was stolen March 2 from the  barber shop on Wharf Rd. at about 3:40  p.m. On the same day, a Cowrie Str  residence was broken into and $390 in cash  was stolen. .  A large amount of money found on  Cowrie St. was turned into the Sechelt  RCMP February 28. Owner is advised to  contact the detachment.  On the evening of March 6, entry was  gained to the Gibsons Winter Club by  breaking a window. Nothing was stolen.  There was an attempted break-In at the  laundromat on Marine Drive, March 5.  Windows were broken in a business  premises on Seaview Road March 3.  Do it right the first time  Building Teredo Street properly the  first time will save the village money in  the long run, Vic Walters told Sechelt  Village council last Wednesday.  He then explained the procedure of  preloading the road which council agreed  was a possibility worth cost investigation  by planner Doua Roy.  Walters suggested loading the 66-foot  wide road with twice as much sand as the  road will eventually hold. Left for three  months, tho weight of the excess sand will  pack the other until there, is a "uniform  settling of ground in the total area," he  said.  Instead of trucking tho excess sand  away, it can bo offered to owners of  properties along the road for the same  purpose which would save both the village  and property owners money, ho said.  If tho Highways Department does not  cost-share the road, laying a surface of  crusher dust, which is similar to cement  once it rains, will enable the village to use  the road until it has the funds to pave it.  ^ Walters said later there was a surplus  of sand at the Rlvtow gravel pit operation  available for the village at the cost of  loading and trucking it away.  rvt/vuvixv  .  'Wfc'  Is fitness Important?  Ask any body. ^^  m  mourn**  paRTicipacTtonim*^  I Ihi Oiiwdiwi mownunl lot ptnon.i liinm  Ii  CHIMNEYSWEEP  mmmmmm���mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi  Any time Is a good time  to clean your chimney.  *\Nm build ih��m n��w ond repair th*m.  'W�� know how to iwt*p and cltan lh��m "with th*  b��M ���qulpm.nt money can buy",  PlPfi AND STOVE CLBANINO  *SERVINO THB PENINJUIA fOR MOM THAN TUN VBAR-  S.C. PENINSULA ���  Uave message with DEAN at 685-2189  nwliy*1'tW>-OflliyAv��nttr,.777*r.T433s31J7**  WhlitltrWteimtaln vfVT*rrrvvrvr,.. ,t8a��073t"  DIVISION OF H. BANKA MASONRY l,TD.  *&&&?*'*:  FRYING  CHICKEN  Gr. A Whole  c  Ib.  MEAT  GROUND BEEF Re*  PORK SIDE RIBS (Govt _��*.)  SLAB BACON 1Wh'"e" *"Crts  SAUSAGES  By the Piece)  Dinner Style  (Pork & Beef)   H.39 ...  $1.69���_  $L39.b  ���1-33*  GROCERY  APPLEJIIICE  Harmonie  _48_ox���_  MARGARINE...  tJ'arkay,J3J_  $  KETCHUP  Heinz Tomato  Keg. 32oz. ..  v   V  $1.25   SALAD DRESSING  $  Co-op. 32 oz.  FRUIT -���NRHrKR-r  Unsweetened 48 oz.  79��  $1!3  $2.89  $233  TEA BAGS :;1"��' n.89  Del Monte..  PUDDING CUPS ^r;:^0"'Cream   93*  H|l I ��   Co-op With & Without Garlic fiOt  BATH TISSUE r?*1.27  .A  TISSUE 2r,"x  *G-  ea.  GRAPEFRUIT JUICE <"p Sw"teMd 4  WlttLFUKESS^v^  COFFEEE^,"^  PEANUT BUTTER rsmo?,h  ROLL T0WEIS .T" H.15.  lH_ea  CHAD   Co-op Deodorant  vUHLJ-lnlt-&JMhite-4.3^i  ���TT ���<�����-�� 'I'l    J  ALUMINUM FOIL 77  Co-op Choice  KITCHEN CATCHERS:5r        44*..   VI    ea  2/65*  97*  IUUI Hr Rb 11 Freshmlnt, Mildmlnt 100 ml. ..... 99  TOMATOES ,,  NOODLES w  Veg. Beef, Beef  All|#r   111V   Duncan Hlnet  VffUL   IfllA   Moist'n Easy 13.5 oz  FROZEN FOODS  FRENCH FRIES spf,oFacy  ORANGE JUICE  2 Ib. bag  Frozen  12 1/2 oz. Tins  79"  v_  _._.���.,... ������_  r                           ' '      '                                PRODUCE  i  Calif                                              E"AC  LETTUCE No. 1 head D%J  Florida White or Pink  GRAPEFRUIT  5/95*  Mexican  CHERRY TOMATOES  ....   .basket Ow  MftlWEIflBEK  AS A MEMBER YOU ARE AN OWNER AND  THE MORE MEMBERS WE HAVE THE MORE  VOLUME WE DO-WHICH ENABLES US TO  BUY AT LOWER PRICES AND PASS ON  THESE BIG SAVINGS TO YOU. WHETHER  YOU UVE IN GIBSONS, SECHELT OR  PENDER HARBOUR, IT IS TO YOUR  ADVANTAGE TO  JOIN TODAY  DROP IN AND TALK TO "ROBBIE" TODAY!  WATCH FDR OUR  FAMILY ALLOWANCE  CONTEST  STARTING IN THE MONTH OF APRIL  CO-OP  Lower Gibsons ��� 886-2522  CO-OP  PRICES EFFECTIVE MARCH 14-17 PHONE  885-3231  PageB2       The Peninsula Times        March 14,1979  Help Wanted  For Rent  Real Estate  Boats arid Engines       Cars and trucks  For Sale  CtASSIFIED ADVERTISINGTRATES  Phone 885-3231  Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula Times  forWestpres Publications Ltd.  at Sechelt. B.C.   Established-1.9ij3   7300 Copies Distributed  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion , $2.15  - Three Insertions :tt.- .������?-.-$4r30-  Extra Lines [4 words)  60c  _ =_=_=_. Qisplgy_Ad_Briefs __ ._-w-.  $3.60 per column inch  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 regularclassified rates.  Ad-Briefs must be paid for in  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  to receive cash discount.  Subscription Rates:  _Byr Mali:   Local Area $7.00 yr.  Outside Loco) Area $8.00 yr.  U.S.A7 . =.7T?:r:TfT:$l0700=yr:  Overseas .. .> $11.00 yr.  Senior Citizens,  Local Area     $6.00  Single Copies 20c ea.  Announcements  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous  Meeting, every Thurs., 8:30  pm, Wilson Creek Community  Hall. 885-2896 or 885-3394. 4816-  tf  Coming Events     .   _  FISH OUT  Rainbow trout. Bring your  own fishing rod, etc., $2.50 per.  lb. Private lake on Francis  Peninsula, Madeira Park.  Held Sat. and Sun., March 17  and 18,9 am - 5 pm. For more  info phone Ron Small, 883-  2212.  3831-16'  Card of Thanks  MR. AND MRS. Gilbert Love  of Madeira Park would like  to express sincere thanks to  all their friends for their kind  messages of sympathy they  received at the sudden  passing of their beloved  daughter Sandra (Love)  Oye. 3769-16  AGAIN 'WE  would like to  extend our sincere thanks to  ~aU-ourfriends fortheirkirrc.  Help Wanted  '.'.HELP GREENPEACE  Help'.! Sellers urgently  needed for the Greenpeace  'Go Anywhere' lottery. Make  money! Save life! nims  portant Notice!! During the  jnail- strike Greenpeace_!G_o_  Anywhere' lottery tickets will  be distributed by Greenpeace  volunteers. The number to call  in this area is: 898-5851 or  Greenpeace  Vancouver  736-  f0321. 4921-tfn  CHALLENGING sales  position available in advertising department of  Cariboo community  newspaper. Managerial ad-  , vancement possible for right  person.   Retail   sales   ex-  Eerience and marketing  ackground an asset. Send  resume in confidence to  Paulette Ernst, Mgr. Dir.,  Cariboo Observer, Box 4460,  Quesnel, B.C.V2J 3 J3. ��� 3477-tf  START right away to earn  money in your own area, at-  your own tune. Car helpful.  885-2550. 3664-16  DELIVER- catalogues & take^  orders  .DEALERS FOR our full line  of commercial, industrial,  farm, steel buildings. Please  write Star Steel Ltd., 7225 - 50  St., Edmonton, Alta. T6C 4E6. *  Ph. (403) 4654957.   , , 3797-16  TEENAGER   OR   elderly  ^person for lawn mowing and-  occ. light yard work. Irvings  Landing. Also person to do  painting. Ph. 885-3737.  3813-16  RELIABLE COUPLE 7 to  manage and maintain small .  motel in Davis' Bay area.  -Suitable for-active-retlred -or -  semi-retired persons with  . some- management^and=-=or -  retail sales experience. Ph.  885-9987.. 3817-16  Work Wanted  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES LTD.  Let us.care for your tree  needs:  -TRAILER _spaces_ in  West_  Sechelt.    1    double wide  24 x 40 singes, 885-2079.    4224-  tfn  FOR RENT:   Wilson  Creek  Community   Hall.    Call  Mabel Dooley at 885-9804.  _ i____ 3691_tf-_-458,90{U85r2762,  W. SECHELT. 3 bdrms,  master enste, contemp.  design home. Lge family  kitchen, floor to ceiling fp,  thermo windows, cedar-  planked ceiling, panelled  feature wall, heated garage  under bsmt roughed in. FP    34M_tL  24' ZETA hardtop, 225 Chev on  Volvo leg.  Full galley,  loaded with extras. Excel't  cond'n. 886-7004. 3491-tf \  719' K&C Freshwater cooled.  Trim tabs, sounder, compass, radio, etc., $4,500. 885-  _2051eves.7 ___3628.16_  1972 DATSUN 510, new paint,  no rust, mags 60 series tires.  Fibreglass front fenders, new  clutch/air shocks, hew rear  brakes. Asking $1500. Ph. 885-  5101. 3832-16  1971 MAVERICK, $1,000. Ph.   883riJ005._. :      3828-18  MAPLE CRESCENT Apartments. 1, 2 & 3 bdrm apts.  Reas. rent. Incl. heat,  cablevision, stove, fridge. 886-  7836 or apply Apt. No. 103-A.  4121-tfn  -Topping  -Falfint  .Limbing  \     .���  Insured work  "Our reputation  _ speaks for itself"  ph. 885-2109  3283-tf  in your own area,  ness and good wishes for our   Flexible hrs. or use our phone  happiness. Especially our   plan. For details call 885-2550.  Branch 69 for their wonderful 3753-17  party r Also "iheirr kindness"  WINDOW CLEANING  Hourly or Contract  free estimates  885-5735 mornings  3527-tf  JOURNEYMAN Shipwright  seeks work. Exp. in all  aspects boatbuilding; house  carpentry & cabinet work-  Reliable worker, reas. rates.  For free est. & professional  job, call Allan May, 885-5765.  4578-tf  CLAPP CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing. AH  types of Concrete Work.  Patios, Floors, Foundations.  Driveways, Custom Work.  Concrete leakage "problems.  Seepage or high pressure  leaks.   Phone Waynedapp  for free estimates  88&-2125  after 7 p.m.  COTTAGES,     weekly    or  ���monthly.- -Housekeeping  units,   furnished, - TV.   Rite  Motel. 886-2401. 4249-tfn  3   BDRM   HOUSE,   lower  Gibsons. Beautiful view.  Extra rm. in bsmt. 886-9957:  3673-16  W. SECHELT waterfront.  Fully furn'd 4 bdrm home on  excel't beach. Fridge, stove,  washer, dryer, freezer, dishwasher, auto oil heat. Until  June 28. Ph. 224-1876. . 3458-tf*  1-BDRMWF   fully  furn'*.  cottage, $225 per mo. Avail,  immed, 883-9098. 3530-tf  1 BR'APT in Sechelt. Stove &  fridge & heat incl. $185. 885-.  9344. 3244-tf    ~B  HALFMOON BAY  $40,900  * 3 BEDROOM  "*n72~ACRE'LOT"  __3_ YEAJLQLP._HOME_ _. _1=  * FULL BASEMENT  'ADDITIONAL   BEDROOM  DOWN  .  * SUNDECK   WITH   CARPORT UNDER  ���INCLUDE    1 /50 th    INTEREST   IN   WATERFRONT  LOT. \    '  ''     CALL  885-3583  23' BAYUNER Nlsqually 2  stn, command bridge, fully  equp'd. Galley, std-up head,  CB radio, sounder, Bennett  tabs, swimgrid, etc. 200-280  Volvo FWC, low hrs., like new  -cond*,.$15,90aobflL 885.2126. ���  3680-16  IV SAILBOAT, glass over ply.  Excel't    cond'n.    Fully  equipped on trailer/Priced for  quick sale. $4500.886-9270.  3743-17  30' McQUEEN cabin cruiser,  very clean, $13,500 obo. 885-  2853. 3717-17  Renting  One bedroom  apartments  * Balconies  * Colored Appliances  * View  * Wall to wall carpet  * Drapes  * Intercom  * Controlled Entrance  ' * Cablevision "  Rent from $190.00  shown us at our wedding  reception. Sincerely, Jack and  Mary Eldred. 3805-16  In Memoriam  MORRISON, Harry - March  13,1978. He gave more than  most men, to us he gave the  greatest gift of all ��� true  friendship. A gift we will have  forever. We never cease  remembering  ���  our Dear  Harry.   ���Joe  and  Sheila  McCann. 3692-16  " IN LOVING memory of Harry  Morrison. "His memory is  as dear today, as in the hour  he passed away." ���Jean and  Family. 3770-16  HARRY MORRISON - "His  days among us all are  passed. The Lord has made  his call, His laughter and his  love of life, Endeared him to  us all. Unf orgetable.    3806-16  Personal  DIVORCE! $100 Plus Filing  Fees ��� Obtain your uncontested divorce - fast - Over  the telephone. Our forms and  typing services are lawyer  approved. Call Self-Counsel  Services toll free (112) 800-663-  3035. Chargex and Master-  charge accepted.        4325-tfn  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  VITAMIN DISCOUNTS.  Introductory Sale: C-SOOmg  w-Rosehlps 100 - $2.75; E-400  lu mixed tocopherol 100 -  $5.95; U'clthln if) gr (1200 mg)  100 - $3.05; Cocoa Butter Skin  Creme 4 oz - $3.00; Pure "E"  Skin Oil 28,000 lu 1 oz - $5.00:  Henna Shampoo and Rinse 8-  oz -13.00 ea. Orders receive  catalogue, vitamin chart,  cosmetic list FREE; without  order $1.00. visa, Master  Charge accepted, include  acct. no., expiry date. B.C.  residents add o pet. sales tax.  $1.00 postage and handling for  orders under $10. Payable to  Vitamin Discounts, Box 69337-  S, Stn. K, Vancouver, B.C.  V5K4W5.TellAFrlendl 3738*  ,   10  PIPELINE & Northern Jobs.  Earn up to $3,000 per mo.  Learn how to secure these and  .other high-aying jobs. Send  long self-addressed stamped  envelope for further details  regarding informative Labour  Market Guide: LMES-1, Box ,  7810, Stn. A, Edmonton, Alta.  T5J3G6. 3720.tf  REQUIRED: Quality control   supervisor.   A  permanent  position is available in our  milling department for a  Quality Control Supervisor.  The successful candidate will  have a strong background in  Quality Control in the Cedar  lumber industry and have a  valid grading ticket. He will  be responsible for quality and  grading of lumber from. log  form to finished product as  well as completing flow, efficiency and quality studies.  Excellent remuneration  package. Send written resume  to: Drew Sawmills Ltd.,  General Delivery, Malakwa,  B.C. V0E2J0. 3784-16  G.   M.   DEALERSHIP   In  Smithers   requires    ex-  gerienced " parts person,  alary commensurate with  experience. Send complete  resume to: Parts Manager,  O'Nelirs Chev-Olds, Box 190,  Smithers, B.C. V0J2N0. 3783-  16  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  Salesperson. Knowledge of  estimating, specifications,'  ordering, reasonable experience of graphics Industry  preferred. SHuiuion 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 dolly  newspaper. Salary commensurate with experience.  Send resume to: Mr. T.  Sellers, Yukon News-  Northern Times, 211 Wood St/.,  Whitehorse, Yukon Yl A  2E4. 3779-18  CLERK-TREASURER  required for Vlllago of  Pemberton. Duties Involve  general administration ond  accounting work. Pemberton  is an attractive growing area,  adjacent to major centres,  skiing    and     recreation.  INCORPORATE yourself -  fast - over tho telephone.  Our forms and typing services  are lawyer approved. Call  Self-Counsel Services toll free  (112) 800-063-3036. Chargex   Preferred applicants should  and MastercMrge"approved."  4324-tfn  RESPECTABLE MAN, 31,  would like to meet marriage  Send     photograph     and  tNwartattve letter tor PO Box  3246, Kamloops, B.C. V2B  7KA. 3790-16'  Uve Times Adbrlef11  k  Call DOUG FERRIS  885-2283  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, 808-207  W. Hastings St., Vancouver,  B.C.V6B1H7. 3733-tf  FOR SALE by owner. Income  property on 100' WF in lower  Gibsons. This triplex is  located close to pier and  possible site of proposed  marina. Rocm to build additional unit. Approval for  private float has been obtained. Priced for quick sale  at _$85,000. Phone owner's  agent at 886-2207 between 9 am  &5pm. 3707-17'  ENGINES FOR  SALE  * 6V 53 Detroit diesel - Marine  - Rebuilt  * Used 330 6 cylinder Ford  &iesel Marine  * 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.  883-2616  Hiway 101 ��� Pender Harbour  30' TROLLER with valid C  licence. 886-2060.       3685-16  WANTED: Waterfront prop.  Pender Harbour area. P.  Moore, 479Saville Cr., N. Van.  V7N 3A9.988-5498.        3633.16_  Box 1341 Sechelt  4437-tfn  havo previous accounting  experience Previous  Municipal oxporionco  desirable. Reply In writing  stating qualifications, experience and salary expected  iQ^nap'orpemrjcirto n.B6x"  100, Pemberton, B.C. VON  2IjO. 3788-16  For Quick Results  Use limes Adbriefs I  EVERGREEN Garden  ��� Maintenance. Last chance  fdr fruit tree pruning. Book  now for Rototilung. 885-5033 or  886-2668. 3679-16  SMALL APPLIANCE  REPAIR  through  MILLER MARINE  ELECTRONICS  886-7918  3822-tfn  WILL BABYSIT in my home  day   or   evening,   West  Porpoise Bay area. Ph. 885-  3991.             3774-18  Business Opportunities  EXCELLENT business opportunity : become a  Chimney Sweep. All equip't  needed plus training. Call Lee  Christian anytime. 883-9171.   3554-tf  PRIVATE SALE: auto  wrecking, towing, car sales  on Hwy. 97. Large turnover.  Will take HD equip't or  property part pay't. Box" 252,  Williama Lake Tribune, 188 N  1st. Ph. 392-4738. 3736-16  NEAR KAMLOOPS, B.C.  fully equipped store, lunch  counter, post office, Janitor  service and mall contract.  Income without store $800  mon., comfortable living  quarters adjoining store on V_  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  HARDWARE BUILDING  Supply and Furniture store.  Modern facilities, Ideal  location, well established.  Write: Box 2320, Salmon Arm,  B.C.y0E2T0. 3786-16  13 UNIT MOTEL, site of new  bridge In Courtenay,  Vancouver Island. Good  potential. New ski development. Boom aroa., Owners  reUrlng. Ph. 334-4273, 155 ���  17th Street. 3793-16  RADIO SHACK ASC, Hitachi,  Zenith, tapes, records etc.  30 per cent Increase yearly.  Mr. Mike's Steakhouse. High  volume business in new mall.  Box 407, Burns Uke, B.C. V0J  ���1E0, 3795-16  Wanted to Rent  COUPLE with child, 2 bdrm  cottage on WF or near  beach. Reasonable rent. 885-  9258. 3553-15  WANT TO RENT a garage,  Sechelt, Gibsons or Roberts  d~cneirinr?rcn8-7Msr38iiir  ���������18���. ~~ ������~ -���. ,.�� .���  3 BDRM home on farmland to  rent or lease. 886-9316, 3711-  17  2 BDRM mod. home, ample  attic and bsmt storage. Eff.  heated. Also 2 bdrm large  mod. duplex. For particulars  ph. 885-2014. 3671-16'  UNFURN'D   2  Redrooffs Rd.  16  bdrm,  885-5171.  $225.  3684-  WEST SECHELT. Immaculate 1 yr. old home,  1,264 sq. ft. on _haln floor, 2  fireplaces, rumpus room den,  4 bdrms. Avail. April .1; No  pets. $400 per month or $380  lease. Ph. 885;2980.       3627-16  2 BDRM house, WF Sechelt  area. 435-6461. 3630-16  ���NEW 3 BDRM holise, Wilson  Creek, fridge, stove," drapes  incl. $310 mon. Refs. Ph. 885-  2235. 3825-18  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 fishponds. FP, w-w carpet,  washer, dryer, dishwasher,  range, fridge, drapes and  llghtflxtures Incl. Ideal for  mature couple that likes  gardening. No dogs. Refs  n please. Ph. 886-7050 after 6.  $350 mon. Firm. 3775-18  SUITE FOr rent,  2  bdrm  duplex; Ph. 885-2754.3776-tfn    -i        .       .       i  -i.     ... in. nl iiii....iiii  .'   I  ��� SELMA PARK - 3 bdrm, no  bsmt, total living space 1480  sq ft, large enclosed back  yard. No dogs. Lease up to 1 yr  or lease to Buy. Refs to 3 yrs  back will be checked. $325  mon. Ph. 8854328.        3803-18  HOUSE, Roberts Creek. Ph.  886-9679 except Wed.  and  Thurs. 3814-10   .   1 BDRM bsmt suite in Gibsons, living room, dining  room, kitchen, bthrm with  shower, spacious, carpeted  throughout. $225 mon incl  utilities. 1 bdrm suite in  Sechelt, $160 mon. Close to all  amenities. Pn. Chuck  Dowman, Century West Real  Estate Ltd. (1978), 885-3271.  3815-16  SELMA PARK, mod. 6 yr old,  no bsmt, stone FP, 150x80  lot. Emclosed back yard  where you can park cars. 1480  sq ft living space & more. Only  $46,000,885-9328. 3744-17  EXTRA LARGE serviced lot,  (140x130') in quiet country  subdivision. 3 mi. from  Gibsons. Cleared w-some  view. Reas. priced at $12,500.  886-7304 or 886-7860.      3750-17  165     Mercruiser  rebuilt;        ,    "  353 GM  -  used;  371  Nissan   -  used;   Volvo  AQD 40-280 leg - new;  50   HP   Mercury   outboard - used.  120 Mercruiser -  new.  BOAT MOVING  IMMEDIATE REPAIR SERVICE  7 DAYS A WEEK  GARDEN BAY  AAARJNE SERVICES  LTD.  Sinclair Bay Road  883-2722  4355-tfn  1975 FORD Van 6 cyl, custom  interior, low mileage, exc.  cond. Ph. 886-9862 after 6:30  p.m. 3824-18  1977    TOYOTA    CORONA   station. .wagon,~5~sp, _JL2L-  litre, radio, casette player,  =extra=wheel,-2-studdeo snow-  tires, 27,000 .mi. Very good  condition. Ordered a van,  must sell. An excellent buy  $4500. Ph. 886-9044 after 5.3828-  18  1973 TR6, new brakes,  Mlchelins, AM-FM radio,  elec. overdrive, needs some  work. $2500. OBO. Ph. 885-  5767. ^        3767-18  1977 TOYOTA Landcrulser  4x4/ exc. cond. $7000 OBO.  1976 Jeep convert. 4x4 $5995  OBO, exc. cond. Ph. 885-2221,  ask for Cliff Acton.      3772-18  ROADRUNNERS for fixing,  $100 each. 1967 Rambler  station wagon, $327, running.  1963 Valiant SW $225, running.  1965 Japanese Rover, 4 cyl,  - not running. Ph. 886-2809.3816-  18  'Campers and Trailers  FOR SMALL truck, sleeps 3  nicely. Has stove, fridge,  asking $1,200.885-2051 eves.  3629-16  AINSLEE TRAILER, 13%x7,  elec. propane. 885-3525.  3742-17  8' VANGUARD camper, 1974,  good cond'n, $1500. 885-2481  - or 885-5407." 3698-17  Livestock  SELKIRK INSULATED  CHIMNEYS  Best prices on Coast  MACLEODS-SECHELT  4527-tfn  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. 266-7211,  1366 S.W. Marine Dr., Vancouver V6P5Z9.   .        3362-tf  SPEED-QUEEN auto washer,  good  shape,  needs  some  repairs.BS^Sees:":      3585"-15~  FISHER woodburning stoves,  for sale at AiC. Rentals,  Hwy. 101 & Francis Peninsula  Rd. 883-2585. 3217-tf  FISHER woodburning stove  with the 10 year guarantee  can be seen at Radio Shack, J  &C Electronics. 4855-tfn  LADIES, Mens. Childrens,  Maternity Clothing, 'New. &  Nearly New?. Encore  Boutique, 2445 Marine Dr., W.  Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon-Sat,  10-5. 4457-tf  NEW MAIL order service.  Hamilton Hops & Grapes  Inc., wine & beer making  supplies. 464A. Burnside Rd.  (E), Victoria, V8T 2X2. Send  for free price list. 3741-17  JERSEY      MILK      cow,  producing 4^ gal. milk per  day. Heifer calf. 883-9172.   3693-17  '57 FORD Van; '60 IT Ford on  duals; old 2T Chev w-  flatdeck, 6 cyl; 2 Ford country  wagons; air cooled motors,  extra tires & wheels, tools &  miscellaneous. Ph. 883-9172.  3694-17  FIREWOOD, box cords, $55  full cord; $30 half cord^885-  9418.   Be   wise" order" your  firewood before you need it!  3709-20  CERTIFIED Farrier,  Hans  Berg'er is coming to Coast.  Contact Sunshine Farm.  3751  3AKENAWLAKE  New cabin, framed-roof.  windows, some insul and  finishing. Can be year round.  Good docking, boat and  motor. Treed, no cliffs, warm  water, SW view. 150 ft x 350 fi.  Call Ian Hamilton  922-6780  3830-18  3 BDRM FULL bsmt home,  double carport, sundeck, 2  fireplaces, ensuite plumbing,  large finished rec room, bath  and extra bedroom,in bsmt. 8-  10 acre Grandvlew Rd. 500'  east of Pratt. Asking $68,750.  Ph. 886-9044. 3827-18  2 VIEW LOTS West" Sechelt,  across from beach access.  Call owner, 885-2762.    3766-18  GARDEN BAY Estates, large  lot, $12,000. Ph. 112-545-6443  after 6 p.m. 3777-18  106 BEAUTIFUL treed acres,  southern exposure, heart ot  Bulkley Valley. 16 miles east  of Smithers. Telephone, hydro  on property line. $500.00 per  acre. Agricultural potential.  Ph. 846-5323. Write Box, 76,  Telkwa,B.C.V0J2X0. 3791-16  BUL.KI .EY VALLEY Motelon  Highway 16 west in New  Hazelton. 12 units and living  quarters. Ph. 842-5224 or write  Box 177, New Hazelton, B.C.1  V0J2J0. 3794-16  RETIRE to the California of  Canada. Charming new  homes in the sunny Okanagan  Valley. Reasonably priced,  Write Lehert Construction  Ltd., Box 1056, Oliver. B.C.  V0H1T0. _796-16  COMPLETE MARINE  ELECTRICALWIRING  SERVICE  NOW AVAILABLE THRU  MILLER MARINE      *  ELECTRONICS  886-7918  3823-tfn  25'  BOAT.  Inboard,   Head,  VHF, CB, recording deptli  sounder, many extras^ Van.  3244544 or Pender 883-2322.  3773-18  14'  RUNABOUT complete  with remote controls, 28 HP  Evlnrude, good for fishing,  $500. Ph. 8854901 weekends!  3799-18  Real Estate  Mobile Homes  HAVE IT alll Roberts Creek,  _ view. 1300 sq. ft., 3 bdrm, 2  bath, family rm, fireplace,  large lot, IH yrs. old, $53,800,  Owner White Rock, after 6  p.m. Ph. 536-7386. 3660-10  PENDER, Jl/yRBOUR ~~.  Duncan Bayi 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-  WANTBDT WFf or view ppty  with water access. Reply  C.E. Parr, 5070 Rcdonda Dr..  N. Van, V7R 3K2. 985-6298.  '  3578-15  L&M Radiators, 1440  Charlotte Rd., N. Van. 980-  5334. Automotive & Industrial  cooling specialists. Pick up &  delivery can bo arranged. Call  now for fast, economical  service.     4024-tfn  72   MODULINE   12x40.   2  bdrm, good cond; $8,400or  offer, 920-1024. ,3296-tfn  74 EMBASSY. 12 x 64 reverse  aisle. 3 bdrm, furn'd Includ.  washer, dryer. .Good cond.  FISHING   BOAT   Vega   I,  length  32',   wld.   9'3".   i  phone, aut. pilot, hydraulic.  Ph. 886-7792 Gibsons.    3804-18  BAYUNER  2550 H.T.,   188  Mercruiser,  FWC,  VHF  radio, many extras. Ph. 487-  4266, Powell River.       9178-tf  HEADWATER MARINA  LTD  Moorage and Marine Ways.  Down Narrows Road  883-2406 24 hours  3826-tfn  ���j..  .., i ��  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  ���74      DODGE      Coronet,  economical Slant 6. No rust,  $900,880-2920. 3699-17  77  CUTLASS Supreme,  T-,  roof,  35,000 ml.  excel't  cond'n. 083-9482 aft. 6. 883-2722  days. 3700-17  CLEAN   74   Chev  courtesy  box  Good cond'n. $2900  7755 nft. 5.  WT  49,000  obo,  w  ml.  880-  3712-17  12x66' 4  quick  anytime,  BDRM.  sale,  Priced for  865-2600  3489-tf  994-tfn  HORSESHOEING. Call Bob  Hopkins eves. 886-9470. 3300-  tfn -   -   ���  CHICKS - brown egg layers,1*;  white Leghorns, white"  Rocks. Order early-ship  anywhere. Napier Chick  Sales, 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. 3782-17  SHETLAND PONY, good with  small children,  must  be  sold. Offers. Ph. 885-5753. 3802-  18  Wanted to Buy  LOGS OR TIMBER wanted,  fir,  hemlock  or  cedar.  Porpoise Bay Logging Ltd.  885-9408 br 88&2032.       4485-tf  6" JOINTER. Ph. 885-  5453. 3818-16  WANT TO BUY child's bike.  Ph. 886-2355 or 886-9880.3801-  18  WANTED  ��� Quality do  16  clippers. Ph. 885-3406.  380'  I  For Sale  Ui*Tlm*i AdbrUfsl  1084 CHEV convertible. 2  r, running, 1300. Ph, 886-  .���^.....^.^ ...,....3flOHfl...  1968 4x4,  new white spoke  whoels       and       tiros,  mechanically  sound.  $1500.  Ph. 885-6730 after 8.      3812-18  LUMBER: 2x4s -10 ft; 2x6s -  20 ft; 3x8s - 60 ft; 2x10s - 45  ft Ph. 522-3328. 3460-tf  R.V. RENTALS  CAMPING THE  FUN WAY  Camper Rentals  Fully Equipped & Insured. $70  per week  (winter rates in  effect till Juno 1).  Book early  88&-2600  3408-Un  % TON TRUCK camper,  fridge, 3 burner range w-  ovon, 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,  STD. INTERIOR door, 31W."  wide x 6' 8", $15 obo. 886-  9275 Sat. it Sun. 3074-10  MAJESTIC      38"      Jiro  .   clearance   heatilator  fireplace  c-w  glass  doors.  Price reasonable. 886-9957.      3672-16  i v ���"���"*"���'" "''' '*��� ���*��**w"n,'�� mmmmm^mm u m ��� ���* i >m'^nmfimm'''m  BRAND NEW Metal  Newsstands, never used, set  up for 16 cents but can be  changed. Ideal for community  newspapers. We have 19 of  >_ ���-������^p^^^wp^^^^fl' w&^em*mmweMn&ie--'t*imM0m ^mlfmmmm���' mWm"  $1,700 or $100 each. Write  Times PrihtinrrPubiiBhihg,  1422 Pembroke Ave., North  Vancouver, V7P 2S1 or phone  980-7531 days, evening 022-  7781. 3W3-tfn  OLD GROWTH cedar fence  posts, rnd or split, 6" top,  $1^0; Vk"_ top^$2j larger ones^  for gateposts or corners, $3-$4.  Quantity of guidelines,  shackles, rigging, boom-  chains. Skagit 4-drum donkey  engine. Also skidder, $4,000.  885-9767, Osborne Logging.  3697-16  t      .,__.   .. .t_.^__i~m:^~-������������������.____,,___. .���-_������------  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. mi.  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. 3821-18  1970 CAT D6C - free spool  winch - angle blade - ready  for logging - Cranbrook -  $46,500. 1974 D8H winch and  angle blade with tilts - excellent - Vancouver - $100,000.  1969 988 7 yard bucket - good  ruDDer - runs good - Vancouver $38,500. 1975 P and H  rough terrain crane - low hour  - Edmonton $62,500. Ph. 271-  0343 or 687-2872. 3780-16  YATES 91 Planer roller  bearing complete with  pineapple feed table, trim-  saws, blower and one nigger.  In excellent condition. Ph.  (403)633-5563. 3785-16  AMERICAN Pit Bull Terrier  pups, brindels and whites.  Write Box 1374, Vanderhoof,  B.C. V0J 3A0 or phone 567-"  2575. 3787-16  See More Classifieds  See Page B-4  Woodburn Stovoi  ft Fuel Ltd.  Wood slovos by Flshor,  Lakowood, Sodoro Valloy,  Comfort and Findlay,  Distributor. In Wostorn  Conada ol tho Korr Scotsman  and Korr ��� Titan wood fired  bollsr, Dtalors Inquiries Invited. Northern Hoatllnor and  Shaw Zor<- Cloaranco,  Wood/oil furnaces, Insulated  pipe, accessories and fittings  110   Fell   Ave.,  North   Vancouver  907-08)1  DRESS  MAKING  by  EXPERIENCED  SEAMSTRESS  IM c'P(!fcOWiAlrt(j  ^finipnlia(i(!ft"  ��� Call  886-7916  after 5:00 p.m.  I PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  883-2794  -Hiway 101 - ai Francis Peninsula Rd.  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 will take house in trade. Phone  for particulars on this going concern to Mike'  Rosse at 883-9378.  McNAUGHTON POINT  1.9 acres of view waterfront overlooking  Malaspina   Strait.  Attractive   3   bedroom,  1200 square feet home. A fine property  going for $70,000.  EXCELLENT  Buildingjot. Front Road, Madeira Park. Fully  serviced $10,500.  John Breen -. 883-9978        Mike Rosse  BARGAIN HARBOUR LOT     ,  And a real bargain, it is with clean beach,  ' free moorage, clams and oysters just steps  away. Price just $12,000.  ONE ACRE LOTS  On Francis Peninsula. Privacy plus value in  this most desirable area. Just 2 left so don't     ���  delay. $15,000 each.  WATERFRONT LOT  Deep and protected moorage in Egmont.  Has trailer pad, septics and water and  power. $35,000.  7 ACRES  On Highway 101 close to Madeira Park.  Partly cleared and on a westerly slope.  Asking $35,000.  883-9378        Jock Herman 883-2745  ftfe  FLORON  AGENCIES LTD.  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's/all. Cozy  family room adjoins kitchen. 2 FP  with heatilators, double glazing  on main floor. $85,000.  GIBSONS WFT ��� Gower Point area; 2 bdrms, large living room with FP,  electric heat7full basement could be made into rec room or extra living  area. Garage with lighted driveTHjeaotHpHylandscaped; Very choice  property. $85,000.  GIBSONS��� Bay area, close to peach, 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. }  GIBSONS7��� Lower Village, fantastic view from LR, FP and fine built-in  kitchen. 2 bdrms on main floor with den or extra bdrm in bsmt. On sewer.  $48,500.  COACH ROAD ��� 2 bdrm home In settatod subdivision, nicely landscaped lot. Living room has high jrtrtj^Lj^flh large full-length windows  opening onto sunny garden, Ctltfl/FFf Kitchen Includes dining area.  $43,000. *J  LOWER ROAD ��� Roberts Creek, 3 bdrm house with full basement on  large lot'110 x 145'. A/6 heat, acorn FP In living room, sUndeck, some  fruit trees. $48,000.  VETERANS ROAD ��� Comfortable 3 bdrm home, 2 baths, master bdrm  ensuite, lovely post and beam, stone FP in living room, A/O heat, extra  room In bsmt. Situated on large lot with good garden area. Must be seen.  BUILDING LOTS  1  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 Black1 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 193'. Try your  offer,  ROSAMUND ROAD ��� Three lots cleared, ready to build. Only $10,500  each.  GIBSONS - LEVEL CLEARED LOT IN Gibsons Village on sewer and water,  62 x 182', obtainable with small down payment of $3,500. Inquire for  further details.  ACREAGE ��� Five acres, socluded with creek across one corner. Beautiful  property In Roberts Creek arecr. Good Investment. Asking $23,000.-  Evenings Call: John Black, 886-7316;  Ron McSavaney, 885-3339;  George Cooper, 886-9344  Wednesday, March 14,1979        The Peninsula Times PageB-3  BOX TOO  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  883-2233   '  TOLL FREE FROM  VANCOUVER:  689-7623  Member of Multiple Listing Service  HOMES  ,   .    -       :  FRANCIS PENINSULAR 1596 SerfrS-BR  home^Wlth * 3~~bathr6oms,~~ partially  finished rec room, hot water heating, 5  appliances. Built 1976. 84,000.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES��� Luxurious 3 BR  cedar home, built 1975. View and many  extras. $105,000.  "GULFVIEW ROAD" ��� AAadeiro ~ ParkT  fantastic view from this new home ��� 3  new appliances, fireplace. $87,000.  J!ByM|S_LANDJNG.J=;,3_BB.view home,_  ston��~ f ireplaceTensuite' "6 "appliances/  Close to marine. $75,000. One car taxi'  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  bdrm-spl it-level���Fireplacer^undBck-*'  carport_.$60,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� interesting 4 BR view  fiomer-architect���designed;���5���major-  appliances. $77,000.  FRANCIS    PENINSULA   ���    12    x    44'  Glendale mobile home with 430 sq ft  -adttittan7-Orr-2/3i-Ticre lot. $28,500.  MIDDLE POINT ��� 2 BR home, 1100 sq ft  on 9.5+ fairly level, treed acres. Well.  850+ ft frontage on Highway 101.  $49,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 4 BR home with view  on landscaped lot. Large workshop &  equipment storage area in back. Ideal  location for builder/contractor. $69,500.  CLAYDON ROAD, GARDEN BAY ��� 3 BR  view home, full basement, built 1975.  Close to marina. $88,000.  GARDEN BAY ��� 4 BR home on 2 levels.  Electric heat. Landscaped, close to stores  & marinas. $54,000.  -LILLIES-(PAQ) LAKE-���3 BR-horrre-OTT5-��-  \acres.  Fruit trees, garden.  View over  lake. $77,500.  _r_AB_-E._-BAY- ESTATES ��� 3 BR home,  built 1976. Ensuite, fireplace, double  carport, landscaped lot. $59,000.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR vipw  home, thermopane windows, fireplace,  w/w , 3 bathrooms. Easy walk to stores.  PO & marinas. $67,500.  NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 BR home,  ~ftreplace, sundeTJtc374~^creioTSrT H wy~  101. $37,500.  LOTS AND ACREAGE  LOTS  t>*n  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  LOTS  1.   MADEIRA   PARK  $7,000-$22,000.  ���  serviced   lots.  2. FRANCIS PENINSULA  $9,00tf-$24,000.  serviced lots.  3. GARDEN, BAY AREA ��� view lots, on  Garden Bay estates & ' Sinclair Rd.  $'13,500-$21,250.  4. SANDY HOOK ���view lot on Porpoise  Drive. $10,500.  5. PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES ��� Sinclair  Bay Road. Serviced lots, most with view,  three with lakefront. Priced from  $10,000 to $37,500.  6. MOBILE HOME LOTS ��� seven lots,  Serviced   with    hydro   &   water,   on  Cochrane Road,  Francis  Peninsula?-  $11,000-$! 2,750.  7.   BARGAIN   HARBOUR ���  1.5 acres,  treed, serviced. $25,000.  8. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 8 nice  building lots at corner of Cochrane and  Cameron Roads. $11,000-$ 13,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA  1. 132 ft W/F in PendeTHarbour,  1.8  acres, deep moorage: $50,000.  2. 83 ft W/F adjoining above  1.22+.  acres. $36,500.  3. 220__ ft low bank sheltered waterfront. 1.24 treed acresr-$48;O0O;���-i���  SECRET COVE  Lot A on Wescan Road. Steep, but has  good building site & sheltered moorage.  On sewer system. $35,000.  ACREAGE  ACREAGE  1. MIDDLE POINT ��� 2.9 treed acres on  Hwy 101 wlth949_fceqft2BRhomewlth  carport, Drilled well, $39,500,  2. GIBSONS ��� 8,75 acr*s level farm  land on Pratt Road with oldor home,  barn and storage shed. $55,500,  3. RUBY LAKE ��� 5+. trood acrot, closo  to public lake acco... $1,9,000.  4. Near Ruby Lake ��� 8.39 acres on Hwy  101. $25,000.  5. Near Madeira Park ��� 15 acros,  ,2150;fc ft on Hwy 101, $44,000.  6, Francis Penlntula ~ l.Bdb acrot,  corner of Warnock and Francis Penlntula  Roads, $17,500.  7.KLEINDALE��� 16�� acre*, with creek,  across Hwy 101 from Ponder Harbour  Secondary School. $80,000.  0, WARNOCK ROAD ��� lovol lot, almost  one aero, Good soil, selectively cleared,  $24,000.  EARL COVE ��� 5.57 acres, 450+ ft  sheltered waterfront adjoining ferry  terminal. Excellent site for possible  motel, hotel, camper-trailer park.  $135,000. '  EGMONT ���2.27 acres with 387��. ft low  bank waterfront. Good driveway to  waterfront. Launching ramp, site has  been prepared for possible use as W/F  trailer-camper park & fishing retort. 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|oinlng the Egmont Marina.  $180,000 ��� Owner will finance at  bank Interest rate.  ST. VINCENT BAY- 365d_ ft watorfront,  6,71 acres, water access, $29,500.  ��jlefti_*t'        ���* ���)���#>'  ��� 7 '<���    < '\ J-th Vrf' i,v^;,..'.'-'y.  , ���<    'V.f,. ..-,   >w&  "T.  l!VB!f��'!>  'V^fe:  JUNCTION ISLAND ��� ST. VINCENT BAY  Beautiful 10.75+ acre Island In Jorvlt InleJ with numerout good building  sites, oxcollont sheltered moorage and sovoral covas, Wall treed with fir,  cedar, arbutut ���- tomo merchantable timber. Oyttor bod, Only 15 mlnutot  rldo by fast boat from Earls Covo or Egmont, $120,000,  I  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY!  i  WATERFRONT HOMES  ���jKL'  ,^pn4iJ||M-i  WmJm>Wmm  a f>i,  MADEIRA PARK ��� vacant store bldg,  od|o|nlng living quarters, Ono aero wtth  104' Irontago on Madeira' Park Rd,  Zonod R3, $32,000,  ,,, ,r���,���..,..,���,���  GARDEN BAY ��� spacious 3 BR homo on    GARDEN &** ESTATES ��� S BR homo, full GUNBOAT BAY ���-��� 5 �� acrot with 3 BR  1.16 acrot on Claydon Road. OrV98�� ft   bosomont,1997 tq ft on main floor. Built homo, 3 cottagst, float, On  192�� ft  watorfront with float and boathouie,    1'76, Soparato 700 tq ft workshop, On watorfront,   Near   Madeira    Pofk.  $149 000                                              122ifc choice watorfront lot with ramp* $125,000.  ������.7��� 7 .,.. .���,.���_.,��..w.,,���w��.��.,.�����^^  ,���,.,���.,,,,,,..  DAN WILEY, Ret. 883-9140  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233  i  \ PageB-4 Peninsula Times  :V     March 14,1979  '. ��� ���__������. ���    ���  For Sale    .    v  ^aWAmE(kcJ��LDZ.rJ-T1l.ll  ��VAH -tUl^V/I_Jt___J__b_i_7J___.._JLi__.._  175 Powershift IH COF  4070 tandem IH 560 diesel  farm tractor. Patrick forklift  Sower,' train components,  ariboo Tractor Parts, Box  4268, Quesnel, B.C. V2J 3J3.  ^7992-5354; 3789-16'  GERMANY! May 13 - June 3.  * Fully escorted private tour.  Frankfurt, East Berlin, West  Berlin; Dresden, Rhine  Cruise. Ambassador Travel,  33693 South Fraser Way,  Abbotsford, B.C. V2S 2C1. Ph.  853-5471 or 534-7715.      3792-16  1974 FORD L750 single axle  - dump truck, 391V-B, low mi.  Good cond. $6500 fifinrPh. 885--  5773 after 5. 3798-18  .,    ,      |n   -   ��� -i���i��� -ii     -i   ��� ���   SMALL radio, record console,  Fleetwood, exc. cond. $50.  Ph. 886-7167. 3809-16  PIANO ��� apartment size, A-l  cond., recently tuned. Ph.  883-2567. 3810-16  24" ADMIRAL b-w console TV  . and antenna, good working ,  order. $750 OBO.,Ph. 885-9250  eves. 3811-16'  COUNTER    TOP    fridge,  hardly used, $150. Ph. 885-  5453. 3819-16  Choosing  the right  house  Central Mortgage and  Housing Corporation  publishes arr excellent free  booklet entitled Choosing a  House Design. This booklet  contains a wealth of information which will help you  decide whether a particular  house will meet the needs of  your family. Subjects include  choosing a neighbourhood,  choosing a house and lot,  proper room" layout,  requirements in an electrical  system, landscaping, and  information  about   National  Housing Act (NHA) loans.  At the-back of the booklet,  you will find a three page  "Checklist for habitabiUty."���  This checklist will suggest  what you should look for in a  newly built house, room by  room. For a copy of k tjiis^  booklet, contact any branch .of  CMHC or write Central  Mortgage and Housing Corporation, Head Office, Information Division, Montreal  Road, Ottawa K1A0P7.  Note: Persons who plan lo  build their own house may  "obtain a book of House  Designs from CMHC. The  book was prepared through  the co-operation of Canadian  architects and contains  sketches and floor plans of 85  houses ranging in size from  873 square feet to 1,998 square  feet. The book is available  free of charge. Working  drawings -cif any design  selected from the book may be  obtained from CMHC at a cost  of $15,  Planting trees  They have a unique method  of encouraging citizens to  participate in' forestation or  reforestation In the Phllllplnes  ... if you're over 10 years old,  you plant a tree once a month,  or else! ,  A decree from President  Ferdinand Marcos makes it  compulsory for everyone over  10 years of age to plant one  tree a month for the next five  years. Failure to do so may  result In fines and denial of  various civil rights. Offenders  could even be barred from  public office or from work in  tho legal ond civil service  professions.  Tho aim of tho decree is to  improve forests, and .the  environment arid combat soil  erosion in the country.  Show you cared. Keep  lawns, shrubs and garden tidy  and attractive.  ��� Gibsons Realty  / Doug Joyce  Bob Bull  885-2761  885-2503  ��� - SECHELT--VILLAGE: Reduced $2,000 for-  immediate sale. Compare other homes  offered in Village and buy this, it's the last  of the bargains. 3 bedrms, 1150 sq ft,  fireplace, deluxe carpets "and fixtures.  Sliding door to patio & workshop. Large  laundry room; close to boat launch. ONLY  $41,500. Bob.'     .  jgmmmtmmAAm  REALTY LTD.  885-3211  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  Post OffleoBox 1219. Socholt  Jack Anderson  Stan Anderson  DonHadden  885-2053  885-2385  885-9504  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  -WE5T-SEGHELT^9v5 acres of good-form land. -.  Has new 4bdrm ranch style home, 2 ponds  supplied by spring water with approx. 4  acres cleared, balance has some timber. All  services on paved rd. 2 miles from Sechelt  centre. This property has many potential  uses. Reduced to $89,000. Bob.    ,  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,_sever_al sots .of plumbing.  Kitchen'. & LR have been completely  remodelled. South slope, all usable land. FP  $85,000. Call Stan.  8 ACRE VIEW COUNTRY ESTATE: 3 bedrm,  J 400_ sq- ft.. f uU-__basement_Jiome._ with  spacious living-dining room. Fireplaces up &  down plus extra flue in basement. Open  staircase to rec room, extensive cedar work  inside and good kitchen cupboards. Large  c'port with storage & 22x45' swimming  pool. Approx 3 acres landscpaed lawn.  -Orchard;��� fishpond,���7ear - round creek,  garden, greenhouse &" complete privacy. FP  $91,000.  ROBERTS CREEK: 3 bedroom home on 1.67  acres. Spacious open plan of 1320 sq. ft. Has  ensuite off master bedrm. Home has family  room and utility. Reduced drastically in  price for immediate sale. FP $48,000. Bob. '  i>   i �� "^  Do you wish to sell  property this spring?  DON HADDEN  will give careful attention      ____  to your problem  if you give him a call  at 885-3211.  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ��� Sechelt Village  ��� Fully rented mostly on lease. Shows good^  return on investment. Opportunity to invest  in   this  growing  community.   Details   tov  bonafide    purchaser.    Asking    $120,000.  Doug. \    .  WEST SECHELT: New 4 bedrm with finished  basement in area of new homes. Features  include large kitchen & nook, fireplace,  basement flue for stove, finished rec room  in basement, carport, sundeck and a level  easy to landscape yard., Priced right at  $54,900. Bob. '  ROBERTS CREEK ��� Brand new 3 bedroom  home, immediate possion. Try your offer to  $43,000. Call Doug. .  HOMES  SELMA PARK: 2 bdrm part basement home on a large view site.  Home is near new and in excellent condition. Wrap around sundeck  and double carport. Basement is finished. FP $54,500.  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  informotion call J. Anderson or Bob Bull 885-3211, Vane. 684-8016.  PRICE flEDUCED FOR QUICK SALE: Like new  2 bdrm bsmt home. Good layout with  southern exposure and view. Save money-  extra insulation, twin segl windows and  heatilator fireplace. $54,000. Call Bob.  DAVIS BAY MOTEL: 10 s.c. units plus owner's home. 4 lots frontinp  on Highway 101 & beach. 351.47' frontage. Large workshop &  storage. Selling under assessed value. $225,000. Terms.  LOTS  REDROOFFS AREA: Wildwood Rd., 125 x 200' level lot, very easy to  build on. Beautiful evergreens. Priced for immediate sale at  $11,200.  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOME: a cozy, near new 792 sq ft 2 bedroorrf  home close to the beach at Chapman Creek. Not stairs, electric  heat, double glazing. Government prepaid lease has 19 years to  run. FP $32,000.  SANDY HOOK WATERFRONT: 68' of accessible waWfrontage with  boat launching slipway. 400' sq ft cabin with fireplace & large deck.  Partly furnished. Asking $49,000.  SECHELT WATERFRONT: Two lots on Boulevard St. 70' x 129'. Each  treed & sewered. Asking $40,000 per lot.  SECHELT VILLAGE: Near new 3 bdrm  modular home, on clear garden lot with  -"carportr^PrrceMnclmie^-stoveT- fridger  washer, dryer and is completely furnished.  Walk to shops. A bargain at $36,900. Stan.  GIBSONS - NORTH ROAD: Near new 3 bedroom  home with 3"  bathrooms, has shake roof & cedar siding    which blend into the  wooded setting overlooking Keats Island & beyond! Good location,  close to ferry for commuting. Ready of occupancy next month.  Priced at $64,900.   .ROBERTS CREEK: Large treed, serviced lot close to beach & golf  course. Quiet area, mobile home permitted. FP $ 11,900.  REDROOFFS: 4 side by side view lots, each 1,18 acres with 100 feet  road frontage. Excellent buys at full price $15,000 each.  WATERFRONT WEST SECHELT: Pebble beach  with your own road right to water. 3  fcedrms, 3 complete bathrooms, recreation  room, wine cellar and lots of extras. View  from all living areas. One of the better  waterfront homes on the coast. Bob.  WEST SECHELT: One of the pre.tiest~split  levels around! Less than one year old. Twin  Seal windows & screens. Half basement  with downstairs bathroom. 7x9' steel shed  on a cemept pad. Asking $49,900. Call  ,Doug"  ACREAGE  WATERFRONT ACREAGE: 1.47 acres of wooded parkland with 104^  of frontage on Howe Sound. The site is gently sloping an J provides  a spectacular view of the channel between Bowen and Gambier  Islands. Priced at $40,000.   SECHELT VILLAGE: 5 acres measuring 330 "x 606''. Will eventually  have a view. Close to the arena. Try your offer to $35,000.  WILSON CREEK ��� Own your own trailer park on Hwy 101. Complete  with mobile home for you to live in. Winding stream through 2.41  acres, two double wide concrete pads. Asking $60,000.  ROBERTS CREEK: A fine building lot 72 x 105', close to beach access.  Property is sloping to the south. Paved road. Asking $15,000.  REDROOFFS AREAi-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 shopping. Sewered  this year. Asking $12,000.  . * ^5 v     "     ''   . -   ,  SOUTHWOOD ROAD: Close to 1/2 acre. Level building lot. Hydro  and regional water at road. Check & compare. Attractively priced at  $9,450.  SECHELT VILLAGE��� SUNSHINE HEIGHTS ���  Spectacular view of the inlet & mountains.  1058 sq ft of easy to keep 2 bodroom home.  Landscaped by a professional. Priced to sell  Immediately at $44,900. Call Doug.  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME: 3 bedroom full  ���basement home on a large landscaped lot,  lots of sundeck on the south west Side. The  homei also has a extra large attached  double garage with direct entry to the  bqsement. Rec room and bedroom In  basement are basically finished. FP'  $65,900. Call Stan.  HALFMOON BAY: Approx 1.1 acres. 2'BR home. Could puf second  home on this property. FP $44,900.  EGMONT WATERFRONT!: Excellent Investment opportunity. Close  to 560' of waterfront with 5 acres & a 5 yr o|d double wide home.  Asking $85,000 with 1/2 dn. All offers & trades will be considered.  EGMONT WATERFRONTAGE: Over 20 acros with apprpx 1000' of  waterfront. Could be on excellent Investment/Vendor offers terms  wtth $50,000 dn. Consideration given to trades.  BUSINESS BLOCK  A LITTLE GOLDMINE: Secholt's best restaurant. A THRIVING  business with an excelltn gross profit. Living accommodation on site  for the new owners at very little extra.  CLEARED, LEVEL LOT: Sechelt Village:��� 62.5 x 120'. Ready for  building. Owner will trade as part down payment on home. Value  $11,500. v  SELMA PARK VIEW LOT: Extra larcje 90 x 179' lot, cornor 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.  SELMA PARK: Prime building lot! Over 150' road frontage. Large  enough to assure privacy. FP$ 18,500.  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT: Lot 80 x 414 ��� Great vlow with all  services, water, paved road, cablevision, hydro. FP $26,500.  GIBSONS: 2 1/2 acres with modern 3  bedroom basement home, OH fired hot  , water heating, two fireplaces, rec room and  many other features, Approx. 1 1/2 acres  cleared and in lawn with fruit treos and  '' shrubs,'excellent' soil. FP $68,000. Stan.  WEST SECHELT: Spanish split level homo,  near now with all tho extra features.  Double carport, workshop, 3 baths, 4  bedrms, 2 fireplaces, bay window and a  formal dining aroa. Good lovol lof affords a  vlew.from the 2nd floor. Tile roof. 2288 sq ft  at only $72,500. Call Bob.  GOING CONCERN: Small trailer park, 4 pads and lots of room for  expansion, 2.41 acres of land, some treos. Wilson Crook location.  Very convenient, FP $60,000.  ���^  ���������������  HALFMOON BAY: Commercial opportunity on Hwy 1011 Gas  station, auto repair shop investment. A one of a kind. Zoned C2.  Asking $39,900.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS: Inlet view lot 50 x 120 x 90. Closo to marine.  Asking $13,500.  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  those low prices.  FOR SALE  BY  BUILDER  Now 1200 sq ft,' 3 bdrm homo  Largo kitchen and living room,  utility room, oil kitchen, wall  to wall carpet throughout,  largo lot ��� ,63 acros, partially  cloarod,possible to subdivide,  road ailownaco In roar  Rodrooffi    Road.    Asking  * 885.9793  FIRST TIME OFFERED,  SOON TO BE SEWERED VILLAGE LOTS  Lot 2 Block Q $10,750  Lot 3 Block Q $10,750  Lot 4 Block Q $10,750  Lot 9 Block Q $12,900  Lot 10 Block Q $12,900  Lot 12 Block Q $11,000  Lot 13 Block Q $13,500  Lot 14 Block Q $12,000  Lot 15 Block Q $12,500  Lot 16 Block Q $13,500  Lot 17 Block Q $13,500  Lot 18 Block Q $13,500  Lot 16 Block B $11,500  Lot 17 Block R $11,500  Lot18 Block R $11,500  Lot 19 Block R $11,500  Lot 20 Block R $12,500    .  Lot 21 Block R $12,600 March 14,1979  The Peninsula Times , Page B-5  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  ���  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  s  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.  Re^ewuig; an "Offer"  Steve will' be specializing in small .business  here in Gibsons as well as in residential home  sales.and industrial properties qnd will take  pleasure invserving alll his friends and  acquaintances on the. Sunshine Coast.  He can be contacted at 886-2277.  SUNNYCREST  SHOPPING,  CENTRE,  I  I  [886-2277  I ODNVHMCINGoREAL ESTATE CON SUITING. A PPMISAIS.H0T��R�� PUBLIC   J LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD  RJL2-Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  I  I  I  I  1  I  ���  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  !  Vancouver ���  toll free  i  682-15131  I  I.  II  Your house has been for  ~sale7 "inspected ~bjr "several"  potential buyers and at last  you are presented an "offer**.  The- time-you  invest in  reviewing   an   Coffer"   can  make the difference between  t-a-satisfaetory-sale-or-delays-  \ and frustrations..  Make certain,that there  will be no interruptions or  distractions when reviewing  ah "off er"���it's the first part  of a contract which could  govern .the sale and purchase  of your property.   .  ', First check the obvious  points ��� are all names  correctly spelled, is the  property correctly described,  is the mortgage, information  accurate, can you move by the  date requested^or possession;  . _are_all dates.busuiess days,js  price  real professionals  make every  prospect count  In a trade like real estcmj-salesTHt^s-the-subtJe-Hrtle-  touches that can mean the difference between true  successes and 'also-rans'. Your clients appreciate those  little touches - you put,them at ease, make them comfortable. Often,' you're in the car for a long time and  conversation is not always easy - or best. It is a proven  ^marketing fact that music relaxes, makes the buyer feel.  - at ease ��� and that means more sales. Music is a sales tool  that professionals cash in on and car stereos are a surprisingly affordable way to go. Ask us about it we're  professionals too! -  J*C  ELECTRONICS  & APPLIANCES  COWRIE STREET, SECHELT  885-2568  the       purchase  iratfefactoryT"*^"     :~"7    '  Then "double .check your  ' calculations^ be sure you  know how much cash you will  receive. Uderstand what y6u  have to do'and be certain that'  - you canrin f acty do-itv-If-you-  have any doubts about points  contained in the "offer" do not  sign it until they have been  completely removed from  your mind.  The offer to purchase  presented to you is binding on  the purchaser for the amount:  of time stated in the "offer"..  You can accept it without,  change, you can let it expire,  or you can consider changes.  If you change anything on the  original offer you are in fact  _making an "offer" to sell from,  you to the purchaser, who then  can decide to accept or reject  your offer to him.  Before you sign the offer,  be certain that it clearly  states all points of agreement  between you and 'the -purchaser because the completion of the sale will be  according to what it,states.  , Give time and considered  attention to reviewing ah  "offer" to purchase ��� it can  save time and attention later.   ���^Gibsons Realty,  SUNNYCREST  SHOPPING  CENTRE���  I 886-2277  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  ���i  LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD.  R.R. 2-Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  CONVEYANCINGoREAL ESTATE CONSULTING ���APPRAISALS* NOTARY PUBLIC  6824513 1  HOMES  When selling your home...  see it through a buyer's eyes.  No need to feel apologetic  because it may obviously  require major repairs, or  because it is located in a  shabby neighbourhood. He  will already be apprised of  these features or he probably  wouldn't be there! However,  there is much you can do to  - show your home off to its best  advantage and enhance is  selling potential. .  I  ���  E  ���  ���  B  ���  ���  S  ���  B  B  TRICKLEBROOK DRIVE: In tine Village of  Gibsons, 3 bedroom mobile home with 2 full  bathrooms. Fully skirted and set up ready  for you to move. Situated on nicely treed lot,  sewer, close to schools & shopping. 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���behlnd"exlsting"buildlhgr~ F.P.  $24,900    ... _  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: Lovely new three bedroon  home in Langdale Ridge, 1236 square fe'  upstairs. All large rooms. Double windo. ���  throughout, sundeck and full unfinished  basement. Situated on nearly 1/2 acre 90 x  _200 with private access road. All this and a  beautiful view of Keats Island and  surrounding waters. $53,900..  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.  FAIRVIEW �� PRATT ROAD: Excellent starter  or retirement home. This nicely appointed  single bedroom home features a large  livingroom' with cozy brick fireplace. Many  wood feature walls. Property is nicely  landscaped and completely fenced. Large  -carport-with storage-shed-at-rearr-Some-  appliances Jncluded. $32,900.  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~wjthln~walking distance to  schools, shopping and recreation. $47,500.  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.  CHERYL ANNE PARK ROAD: Three bedroom  one year old home on large treed lot. Quiet  paved no through street. Home features  ensuite bathroom, two finished fireplaces,  finished rec room. Sundeck, concrete drive  and carport. Vacant and ready for occupancy. $62,500.  1272 HEADLAND ROAD: Ideal starter home  for Mr. Fix-Up. Two bedroom home  presently rented out at $195 per month.  Close to beach and boat launch. Lane access  in rear. "Close to shopping and tran-  -sportation.-$28,000,- ���  i  I  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^ $49^00^  _  GRANDVIEW RD: 'Spectacular View' This  brand new three bedroom home with 1120  square feet must be seen to be believed.  Features corner fireplace, bathroom  skylight. Large lot cleared and ready for  landscaping. Top - quality carpeting. Top  quality everything. $51,900.  -A  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE (1978) LTD.  Box 1490, R.R. 1  Wharf Road, Sechelt. B.C. VON 3A0  885-3271  HOMES  GIBSONS AREA TO ROBERTS CREEK  SPECTACULAR VIEW at a spec*  tacularly low price! 2-bdrm view  home in Granthams Landing has"  large sundeck & bedufiful view" of  Keats Island and The Gap', ONLY  $24,500.  Rita Percheson  885-5706.  tANGDAL- $54,000  Large spacious 2 bedroom home on  85x165' lot. Large kitchen, dining  room, sundeck, carport, 2 fireplaces,  2 bathrooms, finished- basement.  Price Includes fridge; stoyeT' washer  and dryer. Larry Reardon 885-3924.  YMCARP  $49,500'  1      'M^nti >  1  A great family home, neat as a pin,  and spacious. 3 bedroom home large  LR with fireplace, close to ferry. It has  an attractive kitchen dining room,  area. iCarport and outside storage  space. Larry Reardon 885-3924.    -  ONLY STEPS TO BEACH  This family favorite has 5 bedrooms and a large rec. room.  Completely fenced yard Is safe for children. Lots of room for only,  $48,900, Rita Percheson 885-5706.  UP ft DOWN DUPLEX/ $49,500  large 3 bodroom with excellent revenue potential, located ori 1  acre near Roberts Creek on Highway 101, Vendor will consider,  offers. Ed Baker 885-2641, v  CHERYL ANNE rARK $42,500  Spotless 2 bdrm home In secluded ��  area,   family   size   kitchen   with   .  separate dining room. Fireplace in  20' LR with new wall to wall. Chuck  Dowman, 885,9374.  SECHELT AREA  IMPOSSIBLE? $57,6001  1700 sq, ft, of qulaity workmanship In this now homo under  construction. You choose carpets and1 colours. Many deluxe  features in this beauty. Wilson Creek. Rita Percheson 885-5706'  or Chuck Dowman ,885-9374.  EAST PORPOISE BAY ROAD $39,900  Everything Is oversized In this large  mobile, with approx 1?00 sq ft floor  aroa,  Joined  under  one roof   are  71x12   and   36x12   units,   creating  ample space for a rec roam largo  i,,iiiSfc*'-1t_!,ii'v��*',^*lS,W,'';ionough to house a pool table.  3  bedrooms',   largo   sundeck   and   a  separate garago. (30x16)  Priced tq, soil, Larry Reardon 885-3924,  SECHELT VIUAO. $38,000  Cozy bungalow, 2 bdrms could bo 3, Noat S cloan inside and out,  walk lo shopping 8, schools, Largo LR with w/w carpeting, kitchen & dinette, carport, Fenced and fully landscaped, For futher  Inlo. call Ed Baker 885-264).  $'^itfVlttAa6rrKdrm,,'ipHfKloVr  , , Charming & Immaculate w-dlnlng rm  'iffj and   kitchen   eating   space,   coxy  _W fireplace   &   cqrpoted   throughout,  Only  1  yr old and already has a  bountiful gardon' with fruit  treos,  Priced to soil fast at $46,900.  ' Phono Chuck Dowman 885-9374    $29,800  Renovated 2-��|ofey home, Good slxo kljchenwlth dining aroa,.....  Ono bodroom on main floor, 2 children's rooms up, 1 block to  wator. Now wall to wall throughout. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  IMMACUIATE  3 bdrm homo In Socholt Vlllago.  Large corner lot It completely fenced  and landscaped, Carport has ad-  iolnlng workshop and storage aroa,  Value for your money at $46,900,  Rita Porchesbn, 885-5706 or Chuck  Dowman, 885-9374,  YMTOryA-fflVAwr *jsr,m  Everywhere you look there Is value  ln(tb!i truly beautiful horn*. In  West Socholt, Cathedral entrance,  3 bedrooms, 2 fireplaces, largo roc  roomt workroom plus onojiedroom^sulte downsta  Tcmlfoaf^^  ���'Rooitten'-B09"9934f-*��-*--'~'*-���  $32,500  WEST SECHELT $56,500  Attractive Spanish type 3 bdrm bungalow, approx 3 years built.  -large-LRJO x .20-with-fireplace, open.beam ceillngs,_DR,_family.   kitchen. All bdpns large, master ensuite, w/w throughout. Large  workshop at rear. Floor area,1584 sq ft. Ed Baker, 885-2641.  REDROOFFS TO PENDER HARBOUR AREA  NEW $39,700  Try $2000 down with 95% financing  on this attractive and well-built 3  bdrm rancher in Redrooffs. 1196 sq ft  situated on 1/2 acre treed property.  Lge kitchen with eating area, 21' LR,  All bdrms good size. Utility plumbed  and wired for washer, dryer. Wall to  wall thro'; TbisHs-q-Teaj-gdod^buy;-  Must be seen if ybu are looking for a  good home. Ed Baker, 885-2641.  MONEY MAKER  4-yr old 3 bdrm full bsmt home on one qcre near Silversands.  Live In while you do the finishing. Chuck Dowman, 885-937,4,  LOTS AND ACREAGE  SAROENT ROAD ��� Magnificent ocoan view, lot. Fully serviced, on  sewer. 65 x 110'. Close to all amenities. .Builder's terms  available. Larry Reardon, 885-3924. $13,900.  WATERFRONT-135' of level waterfront In Roberts Creek. .6 acre  in lawn and shade trees. Water and hydro to lot, excellent  swimming beach, probably the best waterfront lot available on  the coast today. Owner may carry part balance. Chuck Dowman,  885-9374. $82,500. ''  INVESTMENT POTENTIAL! In this beautiful 1/2 acre and wooded  lot on Wlldwood Road. Zonod R2 for mobile homes. Hydro and  water. Rita Percheson 885-5706. $10,500.  GARDEN BAY ROAD: Rock bluff building site on this 3.5 acre  wooded proporty, would provide torrlflc view over pasture land.  All-year stream, Easy torms available. Chuck Dowman 885-  9374, $22,500.   WATERFRONT LOT/VIEW LOT . At Sandy Hook wo have' this'  100'+ watorfront lot, close to road and ad|olnlng with an excellent view lot that lies next to B.T. Larry Reardon, 885-3924.  $15,500 & $8,500.  B  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.  O'SHEA ROAD: Nice little, house on very  nice lot at a terrific price. If It's your first  home and you"qualify you can receive the  $2,500 grant which doesn't have to be  repaid. $27,500.  ELPHINSTONE: A terrific view from this  large home on double lot. Two finished  fireplaces and a sundeck with plenty of  room for summer entertaining. This is a  home built-for owner with the-best of-  materials. $62,500.  CHEKWELP: Prime waterfront on Chekwelp  Indian Reserve. Three bedrooms, stone  fireplace. A truly beautiful spot. $36,750.  FORBES & THOMPSON RDS: Very attractive  well built family home featuring living room  with fireplace, dining room, three bedrooms  and ensuite plumbing. Large sundeck and  brick facing. Full basement. Electric heat  and extra insulation. $65,000.  1720 MARTIN ROAD: You couldn't wish for  a better location in Gibsons, being within  easy walking distance to shops, schools,  and harbour. Spacious and.comfortable one  level home In excellent condition featuring  large livingroom, three bedrooms, one full  bathroom plus powder room off living area,  huge._ sundeck.. landscaped-Jot _and_a_  beautiful view. $45,900.  HOMES ON ACREAGES  1258 HEADLAND ROAD: Cozy village home  with good view of the Bay. Close to beach  and boat launch. Lane access in rear. Ideal  starter home and vendor will consider  carrying Agreement for Sale. $28,000.  HOPKINS LANDING: Two bedroom view  home 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"  development in half basement. Lot is 76 x  129 with panoramic view of Keats, Shelter  Islands -the water and mountains. Very  private. Separate garage, Livingroom has  fireplace and dining area will take large  suite. Newcopper piping and new electrical  wiring. $43,500.  8  B  HANBURY ROAD: Panabode home featuring  stain glass windows, skylights', and shake-  roof situated on_12 acres in Roberts Creek.  "Flume   Creek   runs   through   middle   of  property   which   includes   A-frame   guest  cottage, and 16x16 workshop with 220"  wiring. Partially cleared and fenced with"n  vegetable garden. $67,500.  CHAMBERLIN RD: Executive home on  acreage over 2100 square feet of floor  area. Two fireplaces, formal living room  and dining room. Family room arid eating  area. Double attached garage.all on 4.38  acres, Irreplaceable at $97,500.  KEARTON ROAD: For the horse lovers. An  excellent four bedroom home, featuring  living room with fireplace, family  room,  dining area and brand new kitchen. -Two  sundecks and large patio. All this on 2.5  acres of level Iqpd in.qvjiet 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. $551000.  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.  SHAW ROAD: Large three bedroom home,  master with ensuite. Large living room with  white brick fireplace. Archway to dining  room. All ready for a Franklin or Gibsons all  nighter In the basement. Situated on 4.6  acres of valuable holding property. $85,000  PRATT ROAD: Hobby Farm. Two bedroom  home with all appliances ready for you to  ..move_in^Altho_jgh.ihe.horsesjio_noi_go,Jbe-  3 stall barn with tack room, grooming area  and loft does. Hen house and laying hens  included. Large 'corral' al the rear of the  property. Fully landscaped with trees and  shrubs. All this on 1.16 acres'with subdivision potential. $44,900.  SHAW ROAD: Incredible potential. Ranch  style two bedroom home completely  remodelled. 16 x 12 master bedroom,  fireplace, beautifully landscaped, and  fenced grounds. Evergreen hedges add to  JitejedyjliM^nip^  with three outbuildings. The property is  over 5 acres with spectacular view from  over half the property. Fronts on Shaw Road  with Stewart Road dedicated on the view  face. Zoned R1 in the Village of Gibsons.  $79,900.  B  10XS  <mWmW~m~+m%  mm  B  1/2 ACRE LOT ��� Cloarod and ready to build on. Serviced,  cable, Nlckorson-Rd, Ed Baker, 885-2641. $13,500.  Incl  msmmsm  1,17 ACRES- Nlcoly trood, gont|o slope to SW, will havo a good  vlow when some trees como down. Ed Baker, 885-2641.  $18,500.  RAHJ ?Q ACRES' ��� Only 5 minutes wost of Socholt. High and dry,  mostly trood. Chuck Dowman, 805-9374, Asking $62,000,  N9R WHTI AY 8QAP ��� Wooded lot, 150x70', zonod R2, traitors  allowed, Sign on. {Ed Baker, 889-2641. $12,500.  IrVELCOMB WOODS. An extra largo lot, 125 x 200', serviced with  hydro and wator. Larry Reardon, 885-3924, $9,750,  MAUTI-UIHM. AO-I-QT- Loaded with troos on blacktop roml,"  with hydroand wator, Larry Roardoh," 885-392  HALF ACRI t-QT. Largo trood lot at tho corner of Redrooffs Road  and tho road to Sargent Bay, Serviced with hydro and water,  Larry Reardon, 889-3924, $19,000, >  BAW(rAINHARIffMRIi<?I- Seml-waterfront property, |ust across '  tho Narrows bridge and facing Bargain Harbour. Trood and good  for building on, with |ust tho road between you and tho water.  Larry Reardon, 885-3924, $22,900,  ~Tir~  i.f i  "Trr  l..'\  -IM���_.  it^w^j' MM  fflnflff9fl,,  HIGHWAY 101, COMMERCIAL C2  Corner of Airport Road  SHOPPING CENTRE POTENTIAL  Lot 4, Corner lot 1,883 acres,  price $125,000  1,01 3, Inside lot 1.778 acros,  price $73,000  HtDOl INFLATION 1147,000  Woll built commercial building In Socholt Vlllago with excellent  rental history, Ad 2nd floor (or additional Income, 900 It vacant  ���-4o>-yo��^^-PowffKW-,t(M^374r-"^^^  ~-~*    ������������  HWY 101 a ARGiENT RD: 6/10 of an acre of  treed land In Roberts Creek 2 blks from tho  Masonic Hall.,2 dwellings allowed on tho  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 ori land. Mobile homes are allowed.  Large cedar trees provide privacy and  enhance this setting. Close to Cedar Grove  School. $11,900.  DAVIDSON RD: 2/5 of an acre with a  fantastic vlewf ram (Longdate Ridgo. This lot  has a small crook 6n tho very back of tho  property. All\ new,, homos in this aroa.  $14,900. V  'V  ���  W^iSp^rt^*^  We're the Neighborhood Professionals.  TUWANEK: 80 x 140 lot only ono block to  beach. Full vlow of tho Inlet. Piped community water available. $9,900;     .   .I  ���' - ���   ABB5 ROAD: Vlow of tho Baydrea and  Georgia Strait Is yours from this beautiful  lot in aroa of elaborate homos. Two blocks  to schools and shopping: $18,900,  PRATT RD: Noar Codar Grove School', This  lot Is cloarod and roady to build on. Mature  fruit trees dot this 76 x 125 lot, $ 13,500.  COCHRANE RD; Good building lot 65 x 130.  Closo to shopping and tho ocean. Sower  "���asomerit of 10' on "���;���; side ttf tho "lot; '  $12,500,  PORPOISE DRIVE SANDY HOOK: Lartfo lot  approximately 122 x 111 with 34 x 140  panhandle'entrance. Nice lovol building  site. Excellent vlow, ONLY 40 FEET FROM  THE WATER. You must see this lot to fully  appreciate tho value. $12,000.  CHASTER ROAD: Nlcoly trood building lot In  aroa of now homos. Size 67 x 123. $9,900.  REDROOFFS ESTATES: 100x290 lot on tho  south side of SoUthwood Road. Create your  own ostalo on this half aero. $10,500,  ELPHINSTONE AVE: $1,000,000 vlow.  Locatod on Elphinstone Avenue at Oran-  thams. Has lane at back. Suit two storey  ,h0rr���� with Itvtl tntry ot front.,,.W.WQ,   SMITH ROAD: Good vlow lot 129 x 169 with  a good building site and on unobstructed  ocoan vlow. $14,900.  SMITH ROAD: Cleared view lot close to ferry  terminal and oceanview. Triangular shaped  lot with good building site. $14,000.  HOPKINS LANDING: Vlow lot c/w 5 x 12'  Insulated shod, has chemical toilet. You can  live on lot while building home to suit.  Offers to $12,500.  ChtKYL ANNE PARK RD: Roberts Crook  Largo lot with beautiful troos and some  view on quiet cul-de-sac In area of fine  homos. Before you decide see this attractive  low priced proporty. Owner will consldor  terms, $12,500.  GRANDVIEW & PRATT: Building lot,In a fast  growing area. Approximate size It 146 x  141 x 74 x 125. Prosont all offers on tho  asking price of $11,500.  ACREAGE  ARGENT RD: 2,7 treed acres In the heart of  Roberts Creek. 5 lot subdivision has boon  approved, Excellent soil and drainage.  Perfect for hobby farm on holding property.  F.P. $34,900.  CONRAD RD: 2 bedroom home with 2 full  bathrooms situated on 2 1/2 acres of level  treed land. Crook runs through the proporty  only 60 feet from the front door of tho  cottage; Idoal starter homo or recreational  proporty. F.P, $29,900.  ���  I  SCHOOL RD: Throe vlow lots 73 x 110. On  sewor. Three blocks from schools and  shopping centre, Cloarod lor building.  $16,000 each.  UPLANDS RDi Tuwanok. Idoal recreation lot  In beautifully wooded and park llko sotting.  Zonod for trailers. This lot overlooks Socholt  Inlet ana" tho Lamb Island, $8,900,  WAKEFIELD RD: Good building lot on water  , and power overlooking Georgia Strait ond  1 the Trail Islands. This Is a comer lot In a  newly built up aroa. $12,500,  LANGDALE: 4,31 acros. Excellent holding  property right across from the forry tormina!, Langdale Crook Is the oastern  boundary of this properly. $39,500.  SCHOOL RD: 1.56 acroi qd|acont to tho  olomentary school, Could be subdivided  Into lots. On sower and all services,  $58,000.    1 ���   CHASTER RD: Two acroj of nlcoly trood,  level land across tho street from Codar  Grove School. Zoning allows subdivision  Into 1/4 acre lots. Excollont for hobby farm  or Investment. $30,000,  B  CONRAD ROAD: Next to Camp Byng. 2 1/2  acros with limited accost, Look Crook runs  through this partially cloarod lovol acreage.  Zonod lor mobllo homos, Excellent lor your  hobby farm. $19,900,    '  McCULLOUOH RD: Wilson Crook. Closo to  ono aero of trood proporty with sub-dlvlslon  possibilities, $22,500.  NORTH ROAD: 3.4 park llko acres, Accoss  from side road will secure privacy. Nlcoly  trood, Closo to tho vlllago, $29,000,  COMMERCIAL WATERFRONTi Gibsons. With  watorfront as scarce as It Is this double uso  lot roprosonts roai valuo. $33,0007  OOWER PT. RD. AT 14th: Noarly 1/2 acre of  view proporty, Approximately 80' x 290'. R2  zonod with 2 distinctive building sites. Local  ty-laws allow 2 dwellings on this proporty.  Part ally cloarod, Closed [o Olbsons and  closo to tho boach, $16,900.  SOUTH FLETCHERi At School Road^ Two lots  40 x 130 each. One lot has a cottage which  could bo rented, Those lots aro mostly  cloarod and roady for building. A spectacular vlow of tho entire Bay oroa and  Keats Island, $27,900,  GIBSONS: 4.6 acros of excollont holding  property close to Soomss Point, Partially  cloarod, Try your offori, $27,900,'   -  i���,���,   MAHAN ROADj Acroags noxj to vlllago  boundary, 2.16 acros o| newly subdivided  land locatod on Mahan Road, Property has  several springs on It and Is fairly lovol,  Offers to $38,000.  MASKELL RpAD: 1,44 acros of subdlvldablo  property on Maskell Road and Lower  Roberts Crook Road. Zoning allows for 1/2  aero average. This Is a qulot rural area only  3 miles from Olbsons. ��l 9,900,  P  886-7760  885-3*70       886-2164 88*3543  AfiNE PETTERSEN  886-9793  JArVISSER   DAVE ROBERT.  STEVE SAWYER  883-3300       886-8040 886-2691  V" Reversing the subsidey trend  The President elect of the  Canadian Real Estate  'Association, Norman Ross of  TVictoriar told-xonventibn-  delegates recently that  governments should not  subsidize'. Canadians who  connot afford to buy their own  homes. Not a popular view, to  be   sure,   and , not   one  "guaranteed towirfvotes" inan  election, but it's'a view worthy  of serious consideration.  Mr. Ross emphasized the  need   for   self-discipline,  -gettingr^back���-to~���>the~  philosophies of an era when  couples bought houses only  after they had saved enough to  afford it, instead of using  subsidies to buy homes of a  size and qualify they could  never afford without govern--  ment help.  YOUR AUTOPLAN CENTRE  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Seaside Plata  886-2000  Gibsons  886-2607  "The Property  Movers"  WHARF  EALTY LTD.  885-5171  W?.*  J��&  NORTHWOOD RD.     L-140  1.1 acres of park like trees and lawn. This is two separate 1/2  acre plus lots for a total of 125' x 400'. 3 bdrm, 1528 sg. ft. Very  quiet secluded area 10 minutes drive from Sechelt. F.P. $67,000.  Bob 885-3531.  REDROOFFS AREA  Well maintained mobile on Very sunny near half acre. Quiet  area. Zoned R2. FP $28,500. Call Bob 885-3531.  SELMA PARK  Why rent? Move to this little home with a BIG view. 700 sq ft, 2  -bedraomsrCall-fiob^885-353T7-FP-$26T000.   "Your Real Estate hosts on the  Sunshine Coast"  PAT MURPHY      BOB BEAUPRE      f REV GODDARD  885-9487 . 885-3531 886-2658  h  y  Mitten Re  ArVhere Real Esfqtels serious ��� but a pleasure  "K  h>   ..  HOMES  GAMBIER ISLAND $65,000  Ideal���retirement���or���recreational  property. Well designed 5 bdrm  home with fireplace in living room as  well as the rec room. Spacious kit  chen with lots of cupboards. All  appliances drapes and some fur  nishings to stay. Enjoy the ocean  view_ fronv this .sunny .half acre,  Irreplacable at $65,000. Call terri to  view.  ROBERTS CREEK $93,500  Here is. a home you might find In  -Better Homes & Gardens offering  complete seclusion, yet in a central  location. Three bdrms, double  plumbing, charming, living room &  dining room, opening onto a  beautifully landscaped garden. A  rare find for the most discriminating  buyer. Please call Corry Ross.  GIBSONS > $85,500  Large modern house with view.  Basement set up & used as hair*  dressing salon ��� could be in-law  suite. Extra wide lot for privacy 6r  may be subdivided off. Excellent  financing is assumable. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton.  GIBSONS $59,500  Family home with view of harbor.  Immaculate      condition,      three  bedrooms, sundeck, landscaped lot.  Close  to  everything.   Call Terri  Hanson for viewing.  GRANTHAMS $45,000  Waterview home with two lots for  your  privacy,  great. potential,  two  bedrooms,    part   basement,    large-  I) living room. Suzanne Dunkerton. '  ANNOUNCEMENT  QQC OOOE Van. Direct  009-0-C99 681-7931  Box 979 Sechelf. B.C. VON 3A0  -ttexHo the-Gulf-Statiorv���   The Mitten Realty team of realtors is comprised of highly trained knowledgeable real estate  people who have been selected for their ethical practices and desire to serve.  We at Mitten's are pleased and proud to welcome EMILIE HENDERSON to our Sechelt office.  She comes to us with six years of successful sales in Mitten's Kingsway and North Vancouver  offices. Emilie specializes.in residential sales and recreational properties. Her.experience 7  and background has proven to be invaluable in satifying her.customers. ~ - -  For sound real estate advice and service, call Emilie Henderson at 885-3295. We know you ,  will be glad you did.  WATERFRONT  Emlllo Henderson  HOMES  HALFMOON BAY $45,900  Contemporary     split-level      3rd  bedroom  and  extra  2  pc.   down.  -Acorn���f Ireplacer- Immaculate���and-  tasteful decor. Call Ray Bernier or  Emilie Henderson.  SECHELT VILLAGE $49,500  This lovely 3 bdrm ranch style home  is close to all amenities and would  delight_ the .heart, of any_ gardener,.  1260sqitof immaculate home. Floor  to ceiling ��8t stone fireplace to  enhance the living and dining 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.  SEMI-WATERFRONT $89,500  With beach access & good moorage  in Langdale. Spectacular view "of  Gambier Is. & Howe Sound. 3 bdrm, 2  bathrooms, indirect lighting & 2  fireplaces are a few of the features  of this spacious home. Lots of privacy  on this park-like property situated on  the north side of the ferry slip on  Smith Road. Don't miss this one.  Watch for signs or call Terri Hanson  for more details.  COMMERCIAL  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 revenue and requires  only $45,000. as a down payment.  Call Suzanne for more info.  WATERFRONT  XM  Mi.  <��Xtj  ^��*&^m  !*'*_y*t��$8   SECRET COVE $68,900  This exceptional .45 acre waterfront  WATERFRONT  property in the long arm of Secret  Cove Is truly one of a kind. Approx.  370' waterfrontage, older two  bedroom cottage, deep .water  moorage and dock. Lots of sunshine  here! Call Corry Ross.  jy  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  with 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 living  room. A beautiful garden, flowers,  shrubs and shaped hedges surround  this lovely hpme. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton, 885-3971.  ROBERTS CREEK WATERFRONT  HOMES  Two exclusive waterfront properties  newly listed. For. appointment to  view, call Corry Ross, 885-9250.  ROBERTS CREEK WF $96,500  This lovely rambling 1450 sq ft home  is just full of charm! Spacious rooms'  with lots of windows taking advantage of the spectacular  -ponoramlc-view-Heotform-flreplaceT���  double plumbing, garage and  workshop. The lot has approx 89'- of  high bank waterfront with a good  path to the beach and is approx 375'  deep. Please phone Corry Ross for  appt to view.       ',  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 detqils on this  special home.  .&'���*>> j*&  WEST SECHELT $79,500  Cedar and glass abound In the  contemporary 3 bdrm home with  delightful interior. Cozy & bright,  fireplace, hardwood floors, 2 full  baths, large Sundeck and unimpeded  view, PLUS your own path of pebbly  beach. Call Corry Ross-to view.���   -  LOTS  GOWER POINT BEAUTY $85,000  2 BR, fabulous teak & cedar kitchen,  blacktop driveway. A residence of  distinction. View with Suzanne  Dunkerton.  ACREAGE  PRIVACY $18,000  Why live in a rural community unless  you enjoy rural solitude. This 145 x  405' 1.3 acre lot is 2-1/2 miles from  Sechelt above Porpoise Bay. A rare  offering not often found on the  Peninsula. Private driveway. Call  Terri Hanson for information.  ROBERTS CREEK $15,500  VIEW plus 94 ft of creekside and 164  feet of depth. Centrally located to  schools, shopping S beach. Percolation 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.  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  WINN RD., GIBSONS $ 15,000  Build the home for your future on this  extra large lot, close to all amenities  plus a gorgeous view. Coll Suzanne  for more information, 885-3971.  DAVIS BAY  Large view lot, two  Suzanne on this one.  $16,000  accesses.  Call  CHERYL-ANN PARK RD. $ 15,500.  A view -a creek - centrally located in  Roberts Creek. 94 feet of creekside -  164 feet deep - prime residential lot.  Call Don Sutherland  KEATS ISLAND $7,500  Nicely treed corner lot with a view.  Hydro & water available. 8x12 shed  k>~remain." Call TeTri Hanson.  RAY BERNIER  i  CORRY ROSS  SUZANNE DUNKERTON  0��  TERRI HANSON  886-8241  885-9250  885-3971  885-5046  North Vancouver   139 West 16th Street  West Vancouver  ���  -1586 Marine Drive -  Vancouver  ���3343J<ingsway  OTHER OFFICES                              Surrey  --  TO-SERVE YOU    .            ^10474 137th St.  Langley  20585 Fraser Hwy  Powell River  4726 Marine Avenue  MEMBER OF "RELOCATION SERVICES CANADA" REFERRAL SYSTEM  THE NUMBER  TO REMEMBER  Vane. 689-5838 (24 hrs.)  We Are As Close As Your Phone  885-2235 (") E&o.E  Box 128  AGENCIES LTD.  Sechelt  "Coast to Coast���  Call now for our FREE Real Estate Catalogue  HOUSE WITH LAKE VIEW #4026  Get your offer accepted and then  move into this furnished 2 bedroom '  home locatod high over Garden Bay  Lake, Included in this attractive oiler i  Is a permanent storage shed and a I  space on the lakefront mopragel  dock, Owners want to sell and| are I  , asking. |ust $37,500 for this well'  Insulated modern home. PON LOCK,  .885-2235 (24 hrs.)  INN  ml  FAITH&BE.GORRAHI #3959  Your own country, seaside estato. Walk over and discover  tho potential ol  this property. Moro than 660 ft, ocoan  frontage and approximately 1'5 acros of subdlvldablo vlow ol  .Pondor Harbour aroa. $175,000 with $50,000 down. Dial  TINY BOB'' 885-2235 (24 hrs.)  PENDER HARBOUR LOT #4079  Boaters --��� rlghl for you only stops to marina and docking.  Good lot, 57 1/2' x 156', Wator, hydro and phono at lot lino.  See our sign on Wos|ac Road 04069, and soo tho advantage,  Ownor asks $10,700, PETER SMITH, 085-2235 (24 hrs.)  SUMMER RETREAT W082  This socludocl lokafront lot Is locatod on Gordon Day Lake  with oasy access to tho llshlng areas ol Loos Bay, Pondor   Harhbijr dhc| lo shops, marina and beaches. An Idoal spot for  tho summer camp to just rolax lp tlio sun with a largo boach  at'your doorstop, Asking $23,500, DON LOCK, 805-2.34 (24  hrs.)  HOUSE I REDUCED BY $7,0001 114033  Modern 3 bodroom, spacious kllchon, bright living rpom with  quality brick llroplaco, finished bqsomont with suano room.  Excollont ocoan vlow, This homo Is ono ol the better homos  In tho aroa. Included In sale, stovo. fridge, washer ond dryer,  air conditioner, built-in vacuum. I'rlco, $53,(W0, JIM WOOD/  805-2235 (24 hrs,) A  GREAT VIEW '  113985  2 Hldo-by-aldo lots on Socholt Inlet, 4 miles from Socholt, Light  brush on, Wator, hydro A phono, 75' each frontons, Only  $Q,SQ0 oach, JACK WARN, 005.2235 (24 hrs.)  BIG VIEW LOT  #3040  Prima Davis Bay, superb vlow, wost oxposuro, Lovol, and  cloarod except for blackborrlos, 71'xl93* and all local  sai vices, Envision your homo on this good location, Vendor  askS $14,500, PETER SMITH, 085-2235 (24 hrs.).  885-9213  IWEtiit  883-2526  CABIN AND WATERFRONTI  Lovely 1,3 acre waterfr  cedars and firs. A st  from an Initial lovol <  with good beach of  #4078  ^with some very large  bio slope to the wator  id'a pictureseuq cabin  Does it does too good  to bo true? Come andtoie your yourSolf then I'm sure you'll  want lo make an offor on tho $40,000 asking price. BERT  WALKER,"885-2235 (24 hrs.)  SUMMER'S COMING #4034  And horo Is the place to spent It, 207 foot of watorfront at  pro-summer price of $26,900, To. vlow, call RUTH MOORE,  '885-2225 (24 hrs,)  THE IRISH SAY JUST WHAT THE DOCTOR OR-  DERED #4019  Ahd'lho avid boater roquiros In Pondor Parbour. Easy boat or  land access to 60' watorfront lot, Prlco reduced to 32,50011  TINY BOB", 885-2235 (24 hr.,)  ESTABLISHED HOME #4069  Hard looqual this $37,000 olforlng. Davis Day, 2 bodroom  homo In good aroa. Fully landscaped, big heated outbuilding,  Tho homo Is comfortable, Eloclrlc hoat, flno flroplaco In vlow  .living room. Big'...family... kllchon, separate utility. Covered  potion for warm woathor uso, Truo lull prlco $37,000,  PETER SMITH, 1)05-2235 (24 hrs.)  REDUCED IN PRICED #4066  Nearly 3 acros with approx. 230' of Lagoon waterfront  locatod In prime residential aroa of Madeira Park. This  excollont proporty has two modern houses plus a 27' x 21'  heated.and Insulated workshop. With a roughod In road to  the watorfront. Tho asking prlco Is now $115,000, and tho  owner will consldor taking a house In tho Vancouver aroa as  trade or will carry soma balance of an agreement of Sale,  , Vlow and discuss this proporty with DON LOCK, 085-2235  (24 hrs.).  WATERFRONT HOME  #4080  Largo 4 bodroom, huge rocroatlan room with attractive brick  fireplace. Spacious kitchen! largo tundock to appreciate the  panoramic ocean view. Largo doubla garage, Frull frees,  unlimited potential, oxlra boach cottage? Workshop?  Badminton court? Sltualod on 100' ol watorfront, Asking  $04,900, JIM WOOD, 005-2233 (24 hrs,).  885-9463  Louella Good win  885-2235  LARGE LOT #3951  Lot. of big trees on this Tllllcum property. No need to cut  most for homo site, Trailer permitted. Some view, closo to  wator. Good porcolatlon. Asking $8,000. JACK WARN, 885-    "  2235 (24 hrs.)  SUNNY, CONVENIENT, VIEW! #4030  Aro you looking for a large, view building lot close to  , schools, shopping and the lorry? This 90'x 135'beauty could  bo just right for you. On a southerly slope in Longdate, In a  growing neighborhood, one look and you'll agree the asking  prlco of $15,500 Is realistic. BERT WALKER, 885-2235 (24  hrs,)  4 BEDROOMS-PLUS I #3946  Largo rocroallon room, don, heatilator flroplaco. This uniquo  split lovol homo, It noods an ownor and some paint, but look  at tho spaco and tho prlco, $45,900. RUTH MOORE, 885-2235  (24 hrs.)  LEPRECHAUNS OR DO IT YOURSELF? #4059  Most ol the'hard work Is dono. Mostly cloarod, foundation  excavation dug, 3 blocks to flno beach, Just a littlo money  down and toll us how you will pay, Wo w|ll llulon to any  roasonablo offor. FP $13,000. TINY BOB, 888-2233 (24 hrs.).  WATERFRONT LOT #3987  Easy access from Socholt Tn|o| Rd, This lot has 50' of *  watorfrontago and a gontlo slopo lo tho wator. Build your  house horo and on|oy tho summer sunshine from tho south-  wostorly oxposuro with a boautlful view ovor Sochall Inlet,  Asking $22,000 but ownor will consldor your oflor through  DON LOCK, 883-2235 (24 hrs,)  OCEAN VIEW LOT #4063  Panoramic vlow lot, Locatod In most desirable aroa, Al!  services available, Approved for ���optic. Give mo a calf for  details, Asking $13,900, JIM WOOD, 003-2235 (24 hrs.)  BEDROOMS YOU WOULDN'T BELIEVE #3918  Dry walled and roady to paint, unllnlshod homo of 2,000'  living area and carport for $39,900, Estlmatod cost to finish  $13,500, Two bathrooms and half, Two brick llroplncos, llvo  now appliances, Havo a look! JACK WARN, 005-2235 (24  hrs.)  LOTPORfUN #4052  Uso this lot for summer sun, rocroallon or yoor-round living,  Near sunny boach and fishing, Good view aqd prices to soil  at $0,900, RUTH MOORt, 005-2235 (24 hrs.)  885-2571  BertWalker  881*3746  !��"<!  VIEW PLUS VALUE (M058  Here's a happy combination of exciting vldw, arid'o: nearly new well]  designed 3 bedroom home on 2|  levols each having a flno vlow.  Locatod in popular Davis Bay In anl  aroa of new homes, your Investment I  will only appreciate. Drlvo by ondj  take In the sotting, thbn make youi>I  offer on the $66,000 asking price tot  BERT WALKER, 885-2235 (?4 hrs.)  SUNNY ACRES #3912  South slope Roberts Crook sub-dlvldablo 5+ acres near  Maskell Rd, Closo to beach. Asking $39,900, JACK WARN,  885-2235 (24 hrs.)  INLET VIEW #4027  Exceptionally woll-bullt and well-Insulated house. Wood  panelled walls and solid plno ceilings, Cut rock flroplaco.  Boautlful wall to wall carpots thruout. 2 bedrooms, 1 1/2  baths, Large convonlont kitchen, Soparato garago,  greenhouse, Largo private lot ovor looking Socholt Inlot.  Priced well bolow tax assessment at $39,900. RUTH MOORE,  , 005-2235 (24 hrs,)  GOWER VIEW #4054  One block from clean pebble boach. Cleared and sorvldod lot  ..., with Gull and Island view lor $14,000. You can't do bettor,  JACK WARN, 885-2235 (24 hrs.)  TURN YOUR FRIENDS GREEN #4082  On St. Patrick's Day or anytime whon you own a 3 bodrom  homo lor |ust $41,000 full prlco, Fully modern and got noma  brand appliances tool "TINY BOB", 085-2235 (24 hrs,)  I (  /  "FIRST TIME INOUR YELLOW PAGES"  2.16 ACRES PRIME POTENTIAL #4083  On tho border ol Gibsons vlllago and rnglonnl dlMilct  boundary, Parcol In front zonod C2L. 101 ft, doop, 500' on  now local road, good yoar-round spring on property, 400' tri  Hwy. 101, For this and other commercial orlontod proportlos,  dlol "TINY BOB", 005-2233 (24 hrs,)  NEW ON MARKET  Pat-a-caka, Pala-coko, Bakori Man  Buy 0 Bakery qs fftst ai you can I      Phone mo to vlow it and then what will enfold?  I'll very quickly mark It with "SOLD"!  RUTH MOORE, 803-2233 (24 hrs,)  #4087  886-2681  Bob Kent  885-9461  John R. Goodwin  885-2456  I on new  Wednesday, March 14, 1979  The Peninsula Times  PageB-7  7_ Q. What exactly is���the refundable Child r  -Tax-Credit? ��� ____=_  A. The Child Tax Credit is a refund of  lip to $200 per child which'has been  designed to assist low and middle income  families, including all those with incomes  below the poverty line- The amount of  credit is based on a combinationi of family"  income and the number of children.  " "QTHow do I apply for the CHildTax  Credit?.._:..._ _. _.   _Simply_completelthe_(  Credit form which * is included in your  January Family A.owance cheque and file  it along with your Income Tax Return and  (Hie copy of the TFA1.  * Q. Our family's income te too high to  qualify for theChild tax Credit: Does this  mean we will no longer receive Farhily  AUowance? " ~  1978  FAMILY  INCOME     ,  $0 to $18,000  20,000  22,000  24,000  26,000  28,000  30,000  -32,000 ~  34,000  36,000  _ .7.  38,000  40,000  42,000  44,000  46,000   '  48,000 .  50,000  Child Tax Credit Payable  NUMBER OF ELIGIBLE CHILDREN  1  $200  100  0  .0,  0  ~0~  . 0  ���0-  0  .0  0  0  0  0  - o  0  0  2  $400  300  200  100  , . 0  ', 0  0   0-  3  $600  500  400'  300  200.  v 100  0  -__-0-  4  $800  700  600  500  400  300  200  ���100-  0  1  .0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  .0.  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0.  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  5  $1000  . 900  800  * 700  600  \ 500  400  ���300-  200  100..  0  0  0  0  , o-  0  0  6  $1200  1100  1000  900  800  700  600  ���500-  400  - .300  200  100  0  0  0  ,  0  0  7  $1400  1300  1200  1100  1000  900  800  ���700-  600  500  400  300  200  100  0  0  ' 0  .A.__No,jFamily Allowances are��stUL7  _r&y��hle_f_tt__cl-Ud^  years on the same basis as in the past.  '   Q. What is required to obtain the Child  Tax Credit?  . ' A. You must complete an income Tax v  Return and the Child Tax Credit form,  "showing family income for 1978rThe Income Tax Return must show your Social  ~Insurance Numberinbfdertoreceive the~  Tax Credit.  -���r,   \_ Q. How do I go about obtaining a Social  Insurance Number?  A. Contact your nearest office of the  Canada Employment Centre of Unem-  8 ployment Insurance Office and complete  $1600    the application forin. '  1500 Q. How do Family Allowance rates for  1400     1979 differ from the 1978 rates?  1300 A. 1978 - $25.68 per child. 1979 - $20  1200    per child.  1100        Q. As a housewife I haven't filed an  1000    Income Tax Return for years. Do I have to  ���900���fUe-one^-now-to-obtain -the-Child���Tax -  800  .700  600  500  400  300  200  100  0  rjlip, TWit -Xttr  Sen he  WISHES TO ANNOUNCE  WE WILL BE CLOSED MONDAYS  TILL FURTHER NOTICE  I*  I*  I*  get your slice   .  of the cheese  Check the Want  Ads Today jj  *  *  *  *  *  .jej^,  *  .  The Peninsula*limeb  885-3231  OR  drop your ads off at  THLHEROHjCME  Credit? .  A. Yes, In order-to-receive benefits  under the Child Tax Credit program, it is  necessary to file an Income Tax Return  even though your personal income may be  nil...   .   ���_..           Q. My Social insurance Number is.in  my maiden name. Is it still valid?  A. Yes. The number is still valid;  however,^you may. wish to update the  records by contacting your nearest  Canada Employment Centre or Unemployment Insurance Office; T  Q. Who receives the Child Tax Credit  payment?  A. Almost without exception, the  payment will be made to the mother in  two-parent families.  Q. Will payment still be made to the  mother if the children are claimed on the  father's Income Tax Return?  A. Yes! Either parent may claim the  children as dependants; however, in most  cases, the Quid TaxCredit is payable to  the mother.  Q. As a welfare.recipient, my income is  already low. Why has my Family  Allowance cheque been reduced?  A. The average payment per child has  been reduced to $20 a month from the  previous level of $25.68. Low income '  families, however, can take advantage of  the new Child Tax Credit of up to $200 per  child, thereby receiving a larger overall  payment.  Q. Who will be sending the cheque for  Child Tax Credit?"  A. The applications will be processed  -by-the-Department-of-National7Revenue-^  and Taxation which will then forward  cheques to eligible recipients.  Q.  I have three children and my  spouse'-Tincbmefor l978~is-$20,0007HH6w"~  much Child Tax Credit will I receive?    ���  a.7$Soo7v ;   ' ���'������ _.  Q.^As a,welfare recipient,.does receipt -  of the Child Tax Credit mean that mys  Social  Assistance  payment  will  be  reduced?  A. No. Monthly Social Assistance  payments are not affected by the Child  TaxCredit. V '  Q. My child turned 18 years of age last j  August. Can I claim the Child Tax Credit  for eight months? ~~~z  A. No. The Child Tax Credit applies  only to children under the age of 18 years  as of December 31,1978.  Q. Is the Child Tax Credit payment  taxable income?  A. No. The Child Tax Credit is not income but rather a tax credit payment..  Q. My husband left me in January of  1979 and is no longer supporting us. Do I  have to report his income in determining  the amount of Child Tax Credit?  A. Yes. The Child Tax Credit is baSed  on family income during 1978 and  therefore it will be necessary to declare  your husband's income.  Q. As a non-immigrant on a work visa, I  receive only one Family Allowance cheque  per year. Am I still eligible for the Child  Tax Credit?  A. Yes. You are likely eligible on the  same basis as those individuals receiving  monthly cheques, The amount of Child Tax  Credit will be based upon your family  income and eligibility for Family  Allowance in December of 1978. If you  need assistance, please contact your  nearest Income Security Programs Office.  Q. There was an extra form attached to  my January Family Allowance cheque.  What am I supposed to do with it?  A. The form was three copies of a  statement of family Allowance received  in 1978 for Income tax purposes, (TFA1).  One copy must be filed along with your  Income Tax Return and Child Tax Credit  application.  Q. I have mislaid the TFA1 statement  which -was included with - the January  cheque. What do I do now?  A. Contact your nearest Income  Security Programs Office for a  replacement.  Q. There was no TFA1 include with my  .^_���jy_^ft^.__?h?t __?_} do?  A. In a very small percehtagejrfcases7  the TFA1 was not included. You should,  however,^ have received a separate  statement in the mail. If not, please  contact your nearest Income Security  Programs Office. *  ~_ Q. Dolhave to wait for my spouse tor  file an Income Tax Return before filing  imne-and^laiming the- Child-Taxr Credit?  7 A. No." As long as you. know your  spouse's total income, you may complete  the form and apply for the credit.  Q. What is the formula for determining  the amount payable under the Child Tax  Credit?  A.  Road repair  hy JollyJogeL  Highways Minister Alex Fraser has  announced an immediate start oh  reconstruction of Highway 101 for one mile  north of the Jolly Roger. The resumption  of this work was urged by the Mackenzie  Social Credit Constituency Association  which sent a brief to'the minister following  a personal meeting with him and Premier  Bennett in Powell River January 21.  In his letter to association president  Duncan Sim, Fraser said that the work  will be cajried out by day labour and  equipment hired from local operators as  advocated by the constituency executive,  through the office.pl[.local^.district highways manager fucker Forsyth. The  communication added that local equipment owners should advice Forsyth of the  equipment they have available. '  Sim, along with vice president Ken  Sorko and Social Credit candidate Gerry  Gray were in Vancouver Wednesday,  March 7_ to discuss, with. Fraser other  improvements that have been requested  for the area .by the Social Credit Constituency Association.  In commenting on the letter, Sim said  that he is very pleased with the quick  response that the Highways Department  has made to the constituency's request.-  885-9316  Box 851  Sechelt, B.C.  C. J. CAIDWEU  POWER  - STEAM CLEANING  -PRESSURE WASHING  -SANDBLASTING   - INDUSTRIAL PAINTING  CLEANING  ^  Prate* ot BrttWi CokmbU  LIQUOR DISTRIBUTION BRANCH  Province of British Columbia  ATTENTION DEVELOPERS  FOR SECHELT  Got the blues?  Want to get away from  it all?  -Take^walk!   amanm,  ^panvapacnanh��� c  Walk a Wock.Today.  Proposals are invited for new liquor store premises in Sechelt, B.C.  Requirements for leasing are:  "V-���     ... .' --_  ��� 4/ 800 square feet completed on' a turnkey basis  ��� located in retail area with good unloading access and  parking  ��� floor rated to carry 350 lbs. per square foot  ��� 10-year, all inclusive lease, plus tax escalation  Parties interested in submitting "An Offer of Premises" may do so  up to March 31, 1979. Specifications and further information  available from:  Manager: Property Planning and Development-  Liquor Distribution Branch   3200 fast Broadway Avenue   Vancouver, B.C.   V5M 1Z6  Telephone 254-5711, Local 335  Lowest offer to lease, or any, not necessarily accepted.  ��  ft*  JS  a*   SECHELT    %  AUTO CLINIC  $?  '/  GIBSONS HARBOUR  V  Invites you to a FREE 20-Point Safety  Inspection of your private passenger  car or light truck.  THURSDAY,  MARCH 23,1979  TIME: 8:00 AM  TO 5:00 PM  Coffee and donuts will he served.  Discuss your car and its problems  (if any) with our competent staff.  WE WILL CHECK AND REPORT TO YOU ON THE  CONDITION OF THE FOLLOWING:  1. All Fluid Levels  2. Air Rlter  3. lights  4. Wiper Blades &  Washers  5. Battery  6. Cooling System  7. Spark Plugs  8. Points & Condensor  9. Coll  10. Crankcase  Ventilation Valve  11. Anti-Freeze  12. Shock Absorbers  13. Tires  14. Steering Mechanism  15. Exhaust System  16. Brake Lines  17. Emergency Brake  Cables  18. Under-Vehlcle Oil Leaks  19. Universal Joints  20. Heat Riser Valve  These checks will be co completed and reported to you with no  obligation to hqve repairs done.  We are located on Wharf Rd. on the Porpoise Bay side of  The Royal Canadian Legion, Sechelt  'J^P^A  ���      --IUHIHII "TTT.. The Garden Corner  Slugging it but  8y Guy Symonds  Gibsons  PageB-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, March 14,1979  By MARIE TRAINOR  _The,_regular monthly meeting of the  Villa Inn in Burnaby. Delegates will be  chosen at ajaterJLa_te_to_represent_oi  One of thepleasant dutiesthat-go with  the regular production of a column is that  of reading onas wid^a-scale as posible^A-  ldnd friend recently deposited at my door  a bundle of. clippings culled from the  Christian Sciene Monitor, dealing with the  same sort of material that this Corner  attempts to offer.  Being, the Christian Science Monitor,  what is presented is of outstanding quality  and should, in the opinion of this humble  scribe, not be confined to those who  happen to see. the paper.  , One particular article has the heading  "Determined mulching can keep slugs  away", ��� and recollections over recent  -years of grim battles foughVwith this pest  made it of impelling interest.  _.. The writer, ___ who _ hails _ Jrom  Massachussetts, is apparently a convert to  the practice of heavy organic mulching  and has written several times on the  subject. Here it must be said that the  arguments are extremely interesting and  pretty convincing. One of these days an  attempt will be made to set them forth in  this Corner. But for now ��� back to slugs.   The_ author of the article starts by  agreeing that, since organic mulching  provides, that, cool, moist.. environment  slugs seek, they will be attracted to the  garden area that is so treated. But slugs,  -say-the experts who-know.th6 beast,_like  an acid enviornment ��� and heavily  mulched land, origanically of cdurse,  gradually becomes sweetened as the  mulching material decays and herein  apparently lies the answer.  The writer, however, warns that the  mulching material and the environment  -doesattract slugs and for^the first couple  of years will compel their attention. After  -_that,~as_the_land-becomes4ess_andJess_  " acid; it becomes less and less ajttractive to  the pests.  Once again we are brought face to face  with the need to keep tabs, on what is  happening to this vital shallow band of soil  that keeps us alive. If a test shows your  garden soil is to be anything other than  <* neutral on the pH scale, that is a reading of  6.5 to 7, the obvious thing is to. apply  hydrated lime, but do not add any manure,,  or high nitrogen fertilizer for at least a  couple of weeks after application.  Just because the garden area is a well  worked one of long standing does not mean  the alkaline-acid balance is automatically  right. On the contrary, moist soils tend to  become acid under cultivation, and as said  before, acid is what the slugs like.  It has been remarked that the slug does  not seem to have any natural enemies. The=  only bird that prays on it is said to be the  turkejj. ��� and there are not too many of  those running around. However, now we  hear that if you have a toad on the garden  be very thankful and make a great fuss of  him���or her. He ���or she ��� loves to have  _ slugs in the diet. So, surprisingly, do  centipedes.  ^      So the message is twofold.  Learn  _ something about heavy organic mulching  in your vegetable garden ag a means of  keeping the soil sweet and use the practice  to help you in the continuing war against a  voracious predator that would rob you of  the fruits of your labours.  Come to think of it ��� I've never see a  slug in the compost heap.  Div. 7 Sechelt Elementary  Stories by kids  By JIMMY NICHOLSON  THE GIANT FISH  One Saturday morning Dad came  downstairs to my bedroom and woke me  up to ask if I wanted to go fishing. I said,  OK! I got my clothes on to go.  We drove up to the boat at Pender  HarbourrWeran to^ spotnamed Hotham  Sound. It took us one hour to get there.  We put down two lines. About five  miiwte_LlaterjveJiadLa double on. They  were 5 and 10 pounds.  We put the two lines down again and I  put another line down St the bow. A&out  three minutes later I got a bit. It felt like  a shark. It took me half an hour to bring it  in. It was a 40 pound salmon.  My dad said we should go because it  would be five o'clock before we got home.  Later my dad phoned a neighbor to see if  he wanted to stuff a 40 pound salmon.  Fitness fits in.  icnoniwm.  pamiupacnonim*��  ��� TMCwi��)l*nm<����n��<iHoriMnaraltitMM.  By VICKI SALLOWS  THE GIANT THINGS  After school, June 1st, my friends and I  went walking down the big hill. Suddenly  we saw these big Giant things walking-  down into a giant mud puddle.  My friends and I started running-after  ���themrWe all walked up to the puddle.-Then  I said "There is only one way to find out  where they went. So we started to walk in  _ the puddle, then the ground below us was  gone, we fell down to the center of the  earth.  When we got to the bottom, we hid  behind a large machine. The machine had  one large eye on it. Suddenly there was a  large rumble. Then a bell started ringing.  We ran away from our hiding spot for we  knew the bell was ringing because we were  down there.  Then from every direction there were  Giant things. We were trapped. We were  taking prisonerarThey^ent-to4heking^)_-  the giant things. The king said, "throw  theni in the prison."  We were thrown into the Jail. None of us  were feeling well. I said to my friends  "Let's think of a way out of here." We  thought ourselves to sleep.  The next morning I said to my friends  "Wake up I have a way to get out of here."  The plan goes like this: We'll tell them we  will make the puddle disappear if they  didn't let us go: So that is what we did.  They let us go. We found our way to the  surface and ran home.  We told their parents what happened.  But nobody believed them.  Gibsons Hospital Auxiliary was held in the  Calvary Baptist Church Hall Wednesday,  March 7. President Joan Rigby welcomed ,  the 20 members present. In the reports for  February, ready the committee chairmen,  28 volunteers worked-145 hours,���n_.: .7;  The centre of attractibn at the meeting  -_wa__^_._Usplay_tab_l__^fJaiJt___^  completed during the past month by the  knitters and will be turned over to the gift  shop. Another highlight, and one we  auxilians are very proud of, was the  Jhandmade quilt we have been working on /  very diligently for a fairly long time.  Everyone was very pleased with the  finished work of art.  Also on display was a beautiful afghan,  . donated by Edna Bowden. So lucky we are  to have such clever people in otir midst.  Raffle tickets are now. being sold on  these two articles as our spring fund-  raising activity in-lieu of-our annual  Dogwood Luncheon. Tickets are being sold  at $1 each and are available from K.  Butler's Realty office, from any" of the"  members, or by phoning.886-2810,886-9458.  It is also planned to sell tickets on the Mall  in Gibsons on Friday of each week from 2-4  p.m. commencing mid-April until the end  of May. Raffle draw will take place June 6  at the June luncheon-meeting..    >  The Lower Mainland Area Conference  is scheduled to be held this year on  Wednesday, October 10 at the Sheraton  Gibsons to  honor citizens  Holland Park is the site of Gibsons'  Golden Anniversary celebrations this  Saturday."  ��� -    - -    -  Mayor Lome Blain invites all citizens  to join in the celebrations at 2 p.m. in the-  park, weather permitting. Alternatively,  the celebration -will take place at  Elphinstone Secondary School gymnasium.  "The focus of the celebration will be on  offering tangible recognization to some of  our older citizens in appreciation for their  outstanding contribution towards making  the Village such a delightful place in which  to live," Blain said at last Tuesday's  - council meeting. -   -   - ���     ,  The "tangible recognition" is in the  form of coins struck, especially for the  ~. 50th"aruiiversary; ".  On hand for the celebrations will be  NDP MLA Don Lockstead, Liberal MP  Jack Pearsall-and-possibly, provincial  health minister Bob McClelland, among  others.  Auxiliary.  It has. been decided that Friday, October 16 will be the date for our. annual  Aloha Luncheon to be held in the United  Church Hall. More details on this event  _yili;appea_Lin.f uture_c<_lumns.:.__., :_ _  ���\\Ptyns for the Friendship Tea April 19 in  the Roberts Creek Community Hall are  progressing well and, since Gibsons  Auxiliary are hosting the tea, we are  looking forward to a good turnout of our  members.  Recently some of our members had an  opportunity to pay a visit to the newly  furnished lounge in the Extended Care  Unit, and were very pleased with what  they saw, and more especially the article?  donated by the Gibsons Auxiliary, namely  a clock, a hanging lamp and the new  carpet. Apparently the patients are very  happy with the new additions, which is  what ourwork is all about in trying to look  after the amenities of the patient.  Next meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 4 at 1:30 p.m., same  location.  ANNUAL MEETING  Sechelt Fire Protection District  Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed returning OFFICER  to condu.ct an election, td select Two (2) Trustees for the above mentioned District.  One Trustee to be elected fromlhe owners or lands within the^eehelt FireProtection���  District NOT within the Corporation of the Village of Sechelt, and One Trustee to be  elected by the owners of land within the Corporation of the Village of Sechelt. The.  registered voters are hereby notified to attend a meeting to be held in the Sechelt���  Fire Hall, Inlet Avenue, Sechelt, B.C. March 19; 1979 at the hour of 7:30 o'clock p.m.  ' at which place and hour I shall proceed to call for nominations and to take the votes  of the Electors present. The said meeting will be closed as soon as the votes of the  Electors present, and Voting when votes are called for, have been counted.  Dated this 26th day of February, A.D. 1979.  BENJAMIN D. FIRTH,  , ' Returning Officer  Pearsall to  Elphie forum  Hmmm M(M��M_-��M. IWanlabUiriMst  SHOWS:  WED., MAR 14 8 P.M.  THURS. MAR 15 8 P.M.  FRI. MAR 16 8 P.M.  ��� One Show Only Each Evening  HWER VAUEY ft K. --BARBMAtDEN ��� ROM* COX  NAKETT-RWRAY-LOUIS NTE-SUSAN SWIFT - WmUUEN  ������~.~milB(HACX..w.a0faE!mR_~6AimSCHr-ttR  w.awaEDwuos'-..,tti~*i~-E -> h_[wv*v,pi*  ^���.JEANMl.RHt*���-..-.lOylmil.- -.GtOflC-tlWWIS  ,_.._RrCH��_6��VflrAnA(i>,FA]_Pio<_:rw;iic ���*,._ toou,I**',  0t**l M4 ��d -����J luck Am mi-M. w nana. Dm*, toiitattl  at Cm*, ki -Mb, hc��~ 1*4.    '    Mum. br D*tM Fta, Umiw  Programme & Time Sub|ect to Changes.  Pleas* phone 886-2827 for-onflrmotlon.  JACK PEARSALL, MP for Coast  Chilcotin hopes to attend the Forum  on Community Television to be held  at Elphinstone on April 21-22. The  students would appreciate- your  suggestions for questions to ask our  Member of Parliament. Please send  written questions with your name and  phone number to Elphinstone Student  Research Productions, Box 770,  Gibsons, B.tJ. V0N1V0, or phone 886-  2204.    ,  4  The story of a girl  who refused to forget  she was once a champion.  l a UVBIA [1CT.RI s _-> a JOHN KEMENIY  ��DONAU- WKYEnu. "ICECAST-ES"  ROBBY | COLLEEN  I    TOM.  BENSON IDEWHURSTISKERRJT.  JENNIFER |   DAVID   I LYNN-HOLLY  WARREN IHUFFMAnI   JOHNSON  SHOWS:  SATURDAY, MARCH  17  SUNDAY, MARCH 18  MONDAY, MARCH 19  TUESDAY, MARCH 20  FOR TIMES CALL 886-2827  _Sorne_s_w_e aiiog _8 _  coarse language.  COMING    NEXT  INVASION    OF    THE    BODY    SNATCHERS  8864015  *:'  Sunnycrest Mall, Glbtont.  "FOR THE FINEST IN  DINING PLEASURE"  ���AUTHENTIC CHINESE FOOD  ���WESTERN FOOD Served Promptly & Courteously  HAPPY ST. 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Box 1514  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  Ryv, T, Nicholson, Pastor  TIMHS OF SUNDAY MASS  8;tX) p.m, Sal. eve at St, Mary's, Gibsons  9:00 a.m. Our Lady of Lourdes, on  tho Sechelt Indian Kcicrvo  KfcO0Hi����r��>tTh��Holy Family Church in  ,,Sechelt.,.,,. .,.���������.������ ���.,,.���. ,,,j., .....! ��,..,���,,.  12 noon at St. Mary's Church In Olbsons  UNITED CHURCH  5"lltl-S it.m.���Gibsons  Lynn-Holly Johnson, the gracefully  beautiful, 10-year-old who makes her  motion picture debut in "Ice Castles," is  herself a Cinderella story. In the best  Hollywood tradition, she was a total  unknown when the filmmakers singled her  out to star as "Loxle" In the emotionally  moving talc.  "Ice Castles,'' centres on a young  figure skater from a small mldwestern  town who dreams of Olympic stardom,  Just as she ncars hor goal, an accident  leaves her virtually blind; but then she  reaches for tho impossible, and with love  and inspiration, turns the tears to cheers,  The skator-turned-actrcss firmly  believes'ono profession complements tho  other: "My skating coach used to tell mo  that every time I wont on Ihe Ice I should  concentrate on telling a story with my  skating.  "Skating has helped mo keep my head  together," says tho 10-year-old, who still  solitary nnd healthy eirperimcrrr.' n time  to think about what's real and what's  phony."  ���OUR FULL SERVICE  MECHANICAL SHOP OPENS  APRIL 1,1979*  CARS  1975 FORD TORINO  4 dr, auto, p. tp, p.b,, radial, radial tires  1976 OLDSMOBILE ROYALE  2 dr, stereo otc.  1975 BUICK LESABRE  Loaded with options Incl. air cond.  1973 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILLE  loaded with options  1978 FORD CHATEAU CLUB  wagon, 12 passenger, air cond, tilt wheel, crulso control,  stereo cassette sound, one way glass, radial tires, Absolutely loaded with, options, *  197B COUGAR XR7  Radial tiros, radio, ps, pb, vinyl roof, nice condition, nice  car.  ��� FOR SUPER DEALS-  SEE DAVE OR BRENT*  TRUCKS  1977 FORD LTD II  4 dr sdn, radio, ps, pb, air cond, Priced right.  1973 FORD CREWCAB  360 V8, 4 spd, Good work truck. :  1972 CMC 3/4 TON 4x4  Air cond, mag wheels, 4 gas tanks, tilt wheel, bucket  seats, tach, tape* radio, dual exhaust, 350 V8 4 brl, auto,  Sierra Grande Pkg, c/w Sportsman canopy,  1976 FORD Fl SO SUPERCAB  390 VB, auto, ps, pb, Explorer Pkg, radio & tape & Ford  cpy.  1976 CMC 1/2 TON PU  Slorra Pkg, 4S4 V0, auto, ps, pb, Nice condition, 2 tono  paint,  1978 GMC 3/4 TON 4x4  radio, ps, pb, c/w Warn winch, new paint, good condition,  1978 FORD F-250 4x4  ps, pb, c/w Warn winch.  1974 FORD 9000 LOUISVILLE DUMP TRUCK  Knight Transler, Box 270 Cummins Diesel, Good rubber,  nlco all around condition, ,  1977 COACHMAN 35'  5lh Wheel, roof air, patio door, beautllul unit.  1976 FORD WINDOW VAN  Captain's chairs, excellent shape.  WE NEED TRADES!  SEE US IN OUR NEW SHOWROOM-Across from the Sechelt Legion.  C  OPPING'S  885-3281  CT  AR    I  OWN  Box 966, Sechelt.  MDL 00623A  7-��"itonrT0ll"rYM "   684-2911 A. ....  "T    '  S'_   i,;i'��!��?'Aft,'J W*  't w �����  I.?!  ^��ONRWLL-BraOW  TO SEE WHAT AAAINTENANCE PROBLEMS WINTER  HAS LEFT YOU--WB.OSE WOOD STRUCTURES NEED  PAINTING AGAIN! WE CAN ELIMINATE THOSE  YEAR AFTER YEAR MAINTENANCE CHORES WITH  OUR HEAVY .GAUGE BAKED ENAMEL ALUMINUM  PRODUCTS.  >  ���mm\m^  ^m^iA ^  j$$ptf^��33%��gi  LADY SOCCER "players" in actioji  Sunday at Hackett Park, Sechelt.  Section C  Wednesday, March 14,1979  Pages 1-8  I1     !' '  RC ladies ball  Spring is here and the Roberts Creek  Ladies Softball team is now starting  pr^rtice~eveiy ^Sundayr27 to~47p3nr"aT  Roberts Creek Elementary grounds. For'  infonnatibn call 885^3400.  Fisheries ask 18-inch salmon  limit in regulation  W.  An increase minimum sport-fishing  size limit from 12 inches to 18 inches and a  ban on use of treble hooks and barbed  hooks are among several proposed  changes for the 1979 salmon season  released by Fisheries and Oceans Canada  (Pacific) last week.  Commercial general rule changes  suggested are a log book program for  seine, gillnet and troll fisheries leading to  compulsory recording of fish landings by  all vessels and all fisheries by 1980, weekly  opening time change from 6 p.m. Sunday  to 6 p.m. Monday, gillnets opening 24 hours  before seiners in Johnson Strait in 1979,  separate gillnet and seine fisheries where  gear conflicts arise, and a ban on the use of  fish pughs.  Detailed prohibitions and restrictions  on gillnet, troll, and purse seine fisheries  and closures for protection of stocks are  also part of the proposal package.  The problem that Flslieries officiala  have, a recent release states,, is that  fishermen can harvest the limited supply  of fish faster than the regulatory agencies  can keep up.  The statement said the proposed  changes are "immediate and short-term  in nature, because they are required to  respond to an immediate problem."  ---��� Fisheries is asking members of the-  public who want to comment on the  changes to contact Public Information  Branch, Fisheries and Oceans Canada  (Pacific) by Marctf 30r~~        "  A meeting of Fisheries management  advisory council will, be held April 11 to  discuss the proposals.  Other proposed changes are:  Gillnet^ Fishery_��� 1. ProhiWt the  carrying of equipment for more than one  type of fishery between July 1 ahd Sep*,  tember 30. (Fishermen would elect for  either gillnet or troll for a three month  ^"period).'     ~    ~'J        --��� "���--<.���" ,*~~"rf-  Troll Fishery ��� 1. Prohibit the  retention of pink salmon by trollers prior  to July 29,1977; 2. Open periods for troll  fishing in all areas inside the surfline to be  the same as for net fishing, 3. Restrict troll  fishing in the Strait of Georgia to vessels  equipped with not more than four gurdies  and lines; 4. Ban the use of treble hooks,  and barbed hooks before July-lr 1979.-���  Purse Seine Fishery���1. Limit depth of  seine nets to 5.25 straps in all areas except  San Jan, where 8.0 strips would be permitted;^. Plawa"two^ear^OTMdflunf  on the use of running lines.  Protection of Immatural Stocks ��� 1.  Close localities when and where there is a  high number of immature salmon.  Closures to apply to the fishery causing the  problem, whether seine, troll or  recreational; 2. Modify seine bunt.  regulations to, specify large mesh in the  lost 10 fathoms of the Mint, from corkline  * ta.lead.-*<��f '������ -     "'    "*  f       t"��L  OTHER  LOW MAINTENANCE   PRODUCTS:   * 5" Continuous Gutter  * Awnings  ���^SIdlng-[vlnylrtoo]   * Greenhouses  * Facia & Soffit,Cover  * Storm/screen doors  * Thermal Windows  Skylights  SUNDECK & PATIO COVERS  ALUMINUM RAILINGS  SUNCOAST  Weather Products  Box 1418, Sechelt  insulation-thermal windows- aluminum products*  call us  today- at:  885-3311  RON McGUINNESS.  ���for a free  estimate  "Elphie Rec" sorry for PR no-show IViflcfSO  mt_. _. J���l       .   t_.__.__.. ���     jl   ___. ' *    it _l    __ i tl      .     _���._..  l x    ~������\r%    _n _1 __> , _,��� _. <���������*-** ; ��� ���    ��� ���      ��� ������ - ���   -.    ���  mt&jttmffl&>  The commercial hockey team  "Elphinstone Rec" would like to apologize  for Powell River being unable to make the  scheduled game this past weekend. A late  cancellation of this sort is most unfair to  the arena, players, and certainly the  patrons to the game.  Powell River certainly had no good  reasons for "not showing", however, we  believe that commitments should be  honored at all cost. Otherwise, it was a  pleasure to see Mike Sutherland and Stew  Orpen ih local garb once again ��� what a  difference a season makes!  If you have missed them this past  Saturday,   you'll   get  another  chance  Minor hockey  against UBC Education, the same team  that split a pair of weekend games last  year with the Gales.  The Education team plays in the UBC  Super League, and has many talented  players.  Game time 8:30 p.m. Saturday, March  17.-   ���  tm  ���GSM  PRE HUNG DOOR  & PASSAGE SET  Street people are feet  people.  They're neat people  who meet people.  Why not join up? Take a  walk. _  ��� :....::    M  panncipatrionm*r.  Walk a block.'Ibday.  Lowly "A's" champs  after dismal record  S&SSSSKSK  &S*i:i:i:::i:::ii$iii  iiiiiiiiiiiiiilii^  fftimsni'imfffffffi!'.  ���;%...&  ,y.v.'.v,vt*,.'tv.'.v  FIBERGLAS PANELS  Wi.i'Mfritiiiiiii^  �������� Week No; 3 in play-offs gets under way  this Thursday, after two weeks with a  number of upsets taking place.  EXHIBITION HOCKEY  AT  SECHELT ARENA  "COMMERCIAL ALLSTARS"  vs  SAT-y MARCH 17 - 8.30 P.M.  Si*l^qm*/4em  GIBSONS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION  MINOR BASEBALL & SOFTBALL  MEETING  MARCH ,ZOtll  ATHLETIC HALL, GIBSONS  7:30 P.M.  If you wont Minor Baiebollfpr your bpyi and alrli thlt year, ploaie,  attend.  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL BARRY LYNN 086*9136  In the midget division, the "140-23's"  knocked off the league leaders, Tyee  Flyers in their first play-off encounter.  The "140-23's" now need only beat the  tough Weldwood Clippers to*win the  midget championship.  It was the lowly Anderson "A's" with a  'dismal 1-7 record on the season who pulled  off the liiggest upset, however, in their  first play-off game. Good positional play  with decent goaltending had the "A's"  upset the league winners Credit Union  Rangers 4*3 in an exciting game which saw  hectic action in the closing minutes with  the Rangers having pulled their goalie.  The "A's" continued their fine team  play this past week, knocking off the  runner-up Elson Glass team 4-1. All-round  good piny in the last weeks of the season  gave the "A's" the Juvenile championship  and full value for It I  Play-offs and exhibitions continue this  week with, hopefully, Abbotsford bantam  "B's" visiting our Clippers, as well as an  exhibition series for our midget Flyers and  140-23's. Also our Standard Oilers will  travel to Delta in a return match of the  past weekend action,  Thursday, March 15: 7:15-8:30 p.m. ���  Playoff No. 3, Flyers vs Clippers; Twin  Creek and Oilers practice, 8:45-0:45 p.m.  Saturday, March 17: 10:30-11:45 -  Play-off No. 3, Kin-ucks vs 140's; 12 noon-  Is 15 p.m. ��� Playoff No. 3, T&T vs OWL;  l!3^:45~ExhibiUpn,(tent��ttve) North  Van vs l-O-M's; 3-4:18 - Exhibition  (tentative) Clippers vs Abbotsford.  Sunday, March 18: 7:45-0 ~ Exhibition  (tentative) North Van vs Flyers; 9:1ft-  Abbo^fordiH-12 nwn ~japbJkurtoiw and  Sabres practice; 12:15-1:30 ��� Play-off  No. 3, TBS vs 100's; 4;3<M>:15 - Playoff  No. 3, GT's vs Acos; 0:30-8:16 - Play-off  No. 3, Glass vs Migers.  Knock-down easy lo assemble  doors. 1 3/8" thick. Reversible  Rotary Mahogany* Stain Grade.  Includes door and jamb.  *35  95  PLANK PANELLING  BRICK PANELS  Cover 32 sq. ft. Nail up. Looks like  brick, feels brick. It's panelling.  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basketball action
Page C-2
The Peninsula Times
Wednesday, March 14,1979
A men's basketball team from Gibsons
competed in a_ six-team tournament in
Powell River on the weekend, defeating
Comox Sunday after losing to ttotao top
teams, Ladner and Vancouver, Saturday.
Dave Neumann scored 28 points and
Wally Nygren 17 in Gibsons' 86-36 loss to
The Gibsons team matched baskets
with the taller Vancouver squad for most
of the first half but couldn't stop 6' 9"
centre Bill Joe Price, who scored 26 points
in Vancouver's 87-69 victory. The six-
member Gibsons team played most of the
second^Kaltwithout a substitution after
one player fouled out. Top scorers for
Gibsons were Neumann, 18; Kerry
Bjornson, 14 and Steve Miles, 12.
On Sunday, Neumann's hot shooting
and good teamwork gave Gibsons a 7242
win over Comox. Neumann led a balanced
scoring attack with 26 points.  Other
scorers were Vera Giesbrecht, 14; Bjorn-
son. 12. Nygren. 11 and_Brian_Parfaridge,
nine. Miles missed Sunday's
4 because of a socceL.comnUtment._
Bruce Joe booted in the whining
marker when the Redskins dumped the
Bananas 4-3 in soccer action at Penner
Harbour High Sunday.
.. Robert Joe got two for the visitors and
Adrian Dixon, got the other goal._ . , _.
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The students and teachers at
Sechelt Elementary School are
busy preparing a musical play,
to be presented this week. The
musical, "It's Cool In The Fur-
nace" will be presented to the
Senior Citizens at 3:00 p.m. on
Thursday, March 15, and to the
school parents on Friday, March
16, at 7:30 p.m. Both per-
' formances will be done in the
Senior Citizen's Hall.
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These are some cinquains or poems with a
4 nnd 5 students in
March 18,10 years
March 14,1 year
Halfmoon Bay
March 10,10 years
Hey Kids!
Send your name
and birthdate to us
at Box 310, Sechelt
Mr. Cotter's class at
Davis Bay Elementary
warm, beautiful
bright and lively   ,
flower     blooming,     colours
colourful       .
—-Marnle Traff
White birds,
diving for fish,
Screehlng calls
chestnut brown
trottingT through mud
Gracefully, free
Jody Gotch
—Shauna Haslett
If I were a fisherman, I would have a mat.
If I were a fisherman I would have a cat,
If I were a fisherman I would have a net.
And if I caught a fish, I would give It to my cat.
—by   Debbie    Wllion
hot, salty
like rockets exploding
hot salty buttered corn
—Jeff Sim
Big Diamond
Flying Gliding Soaring
Graceful Light
—Shirley Flhnle
Harrys Hey, Jerry, can you come out to
Jerryi No, I have to stay In and help my
father with my homework,
Mr, Smith: Television will never take the
place of the newspaper.
Mr». Smith: It Won't?
Mr. Smith i No - did you ever swat a fly
wllh a T.V, set?
The problem here is
to rearrange the letters
in the words
"NEW DOOR" so they
make one word. The
puzzle is also a trick
because you simply
write what is shown —
—by Shelly McElroy
Big, bright
live, rounding moon
dipped craters
—Kim Slmpklns
Blowing creature
Pushing people around
Dancing around In tho air
Blowing giant.
—Steven Bull
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One Life  to I.lvo  CHANNIL i  Hollywood flqt,  Days of       i  Our Lives '  The Doctors  of Night  _   rid Reason  Take 30  Celebrity Cooks  General  Hospital  Morv Griffin  Cont'd.  ijjSF"  CffAMNIL 0  News  I(1a Clarkson  Marcus  _Welby  :;s.  ��33  Famous. S  Punoll Box  Part, Family  All In" Family  W  I:J0  9)00  9:30  News  Cont'd,  Mary T. Moore  Northerners  News  Confd,  HiuiT  Young People  Maltese  Falcon  .feat  ���TlilF  10)10  too  :20  TfaiuiFBays  Itene Hlmard  3'�� Company  0th Kstato  -mm,  Cont'd^.  P.M.  Sha  Special 'J  Confd.  Carol Burnett  News  riohool Broad,  Beyond Reason  Take SO  ..Celebf ltjf_ Cooks  Sanford "i"Soi���  Price Is Right  Confd,  CHANNIL 7  News  As tho  World Turns  Oulillim Ll(<ht   Cont'd.  M.A.S.H.  Dinah  Cont'd.  Kvaryday  ContU  U Ci  Northwost    Bf  i  issmr  Fortunes  National News  Night Final  llappy Days  Lav. tk Shirley  3's Company  21100 Queens  mwc,���  Cont'd,   ���  oattle  amo Tune  -KSSh  ContU  Cont'd,  Starsky A  Hutch  News  -af*  CHANNIL ��  News  Alan Hnmol  Confd.  jVctam_J2   "Anotiior "World"  Cont'd.  Movie:  How Sweet   __  "ins  Cont'd.  ,000,000  l����L  i Qu  TBI  irrb  Illsarf  NOWl  ftiflttT.MftY.lf.  Cllflfoamier*  Movie:'  Legend of tho  Hi  m  -Tgwrror  Please Stand By  Rene Slmard  ���l.oa Contest  oom ��,  Mary T. Moore  Newlywed Game  Joker'a Wild  I  CHANNIL 9  Pimiot of Mini  Veg, Soup  Discovering  Map 0c G1oIm��_  "Shortf Story'  Wondernma  Over Kusy  JtUla#Chltd  "tfosamo Mtroof  Cont'd,  Mr, Rogers  ,JLC9jrl_J_8u_-.  11  r  ��ntfiMft��w  Mr*  Paper Chase  Cont'd.  Movlei  Rod Hun  Cont'd.  Head. Hunters  Patsy Gallant  T:fi7fh��n��ori  Cont'd,  Grand Country  Taxi  StiuUo See  Dick Cavett  News  Newsmakers  CHANNIL  News  Adam-12  Movlei  J!.SJ_��i!_!J_!y._!   i'oFovor  Cont'd,  Popeye  ���I',9H.?5.* Hp'.!!"   "Super" 'Star*   Leave lo Beaver  1 Love Lucy  12  CHANNIL  Doiialiue  Cont'd,  All in Family,  ..If.  m.a.s.i  Bewitched  My .1 Sons  Hogan's  liaroes  Bob Newhart  CHANNIL II  All My dh.kdren  Cont'd,  Vancouver        Cont'd, .____  Honestly ConfdT  Tlfl Tao Dough    Cont'd.  Match Game Rocket Robin,  My JHSjmhi 8}>Jd��rniBri   .'imorama "TfetiTT" junction  Gilllgan's  Island   Hollywood Sqs,  I l.ovo Lucy        News  Andy Griffith      Confd  ?d.  CEDAR PICNIC TABLE     $49  ��� ROSE TRELLIS Sa29  SINGLE [SMALL] only   ?Q  DOUBLE [LARGE!       only      9  ECONO TRELLIS only     J  ��� METAL FENCING  VINYL COATED CHAIN LINK  $1C95  39" x 10 maters. only    i,*M   roll  48" x 10 maters.  only  $18��5  roll  GALVANIZED  "HOME & GARDEN"  FENCING  36" x 50' ROLLS on  ,y$16  95  roll  rtpw  flft��no  SfiM  Newa  ii_!___l__i_t_  _______  Cont'd.  News  (!ont"dl  T.ll.A  T.B.A.  T.ll.A.  .SBA..  -rXC  Tift,!".  J_M_  Movlei  The Bastard  $ a.  Gong  Newlywed Game  ���a  Dating Gam*  Odd C��i    "  CroiawiU  Merv'Griffin  Cont'd.  ewa  Gong  ;mi|ilo  8hnw  SlillgiiiMil.  pstaln.  Downstairs  Caro(Tflurnetr  Bob Newhart  Vancouver  Confd.   "��onf"a.  Laverna, Shirley  Onoe An  Onoe A  ���fiSr  On the Buses  Lale Movie  .Cont'd.-.- --  Sport* Page  ftfMi.,   if*  Sechelt Building  Supplies Ltd.  ''SMmfiUft**   ffwUMlW"  885-2283 or     612-0213  |  ��� EARN MORE WITH ESTABLISHED LINE  , . Rooting Compounds-Floor and  i    - Industrial Callings  If you are an aggressive, sincere Individual with   a__.t_ack_record!:_-for_gettlng-thlng-_dQne__tall_-  wlth us about a sales career. In the Sechelt area.  A 96 year-old firm, we irianBfScf orffmualltyrttne���  of paints, chemical -coatings, and specialized  ROOFING   COMPOUNDS  to  a  long   list   qf-  customers In the  Industrial, municipal,' and  Institutional fields.  Our "big ticket" sales (nonresidential), high  commissions and steady repeat business can  provide a significant Income the first year.  National advertising in thr-U.S. and Canada  provides qualified leads: Special deferred Bonus-  _Erogram_J-Med__n__Sale*__y_eiume,.Jjroylcies__  EXTRA INCOME MONTHLY, during Winter  months of November through February! Write  -j:BrB��ASrVlce Presldenr&Oeneral Managerr-  Troplcal Industrial Coatings, .030 Notre Dame  Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba.  Rod and gun off er outdoor course  Page ���4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, March 14,1979  , The .Sechelt Peninsula Rod.and Gun  Club will be offering the Conservation and  Outdoor Recreation Education course on  Tuesday and Thursday evenings from  April 3 to May 3 in the Wilson Creek  70ubhouse.starting,atJ7..p.]_i.z��ach.lesson.  - will-last-!or-two or 2% hours.   _.-=_ Students mustbea minimum age_of 12  years except by special permission of the  instructors. They must attend all but one  of the required lessons to qualify to write  the examination. However, no student is  allowed to miss the 'Gun Handling and  Hunter Safety* section of the course and no  student can be certified who does not pass  _th_e____Prn_ctij_aL__.Firearms. .Handling.,  examination��� This- exam-will be���ad--  Sechelt Club and not again prior to the  hunting season. Prospective students aire  advised to enroll now. -  DECORATE  WALLPAPER  AND  iretBwrpAiHt  ^DOUGLAS'S  VARIETY DEPARTMENT STORE  -SUNNYCREST CENTRE, GIBSONS  886-2615  ministered in mid-course so that anyone  who fails menTmay have time for atetestT  The following categories of people are  required to successfully complete the  CORE course and examinations before  obtaining a hunting licence; all persons  applying for a hunting licence who have  not held such a licence since their 14th  birthday; all persons 14 years of age  regardless of whether or not they have  previously held a hunting licence; some  .persons convicted of infractions of the  Firearms and-or Wildlife Acts.  The course will prove interesting and  -informativetoalLpersons interested intl  _4P_eat_jmt(tactf_s_J_i_ira^  visual aids are used throughout the course  to supplement the lectures. These are  supplied by the regional office of the SC  Fish and Wildlife Branch,of the Department of Recreation and Conservation. The  supply in the $10 cost of registration. .1: _  Posters will be placed in the schools  and in the aifea so that persons interested  may note that they should contact Mrs. B.  Rankin, 885-9787 or Mr. George Flay, 885-  9429 to let the club know their intention so  that sufficient supplies may be ordered in  advance. ,      " __  It^shoTfldT^hoted'TlrMtF^ ���  given only at this time of the year-by the���  very fine textbook and other material is  points the way  to better buys.  CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORY BOARD  SPRING SALE  10% OFF  AU  LEADED  1038r IAMK.  885-3818 Sechelt  "Specially Designed for You"  Use 'Times' Adbriefs to Sell, Rent, Buy, Swap etc.  Owners of smaller businesses  See our Representative  Development Bank  can provide you  with :  �� Financial assistance  * Management counselling [CASE]  Management training  �� Information on government  programs for business  at: Bella Beach Motel,  Sechelt  Tel: 885-9561  on: Wednesday,  March~21���  Y7W7V,  145 West 15th Street,  iNortit Voncojjver, JB.C.  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The Peninsula Times  PageC-5  Ttettoh~B7CrrB preventative medicine^���  non-profit, organization, funded by the  B.C. .Ministry of Health, is presenting  Corporate Cup '79, a fitness event.for  employees, to be held in Swangard  Stadium^ Bunwbyr  Corporate Cup '79, scheduled for May  19,1979, will have 10 events, including a 10-  kilometre road race, anobstacle^course, a  master's relay for employees over the age  of 40, a softball throw relay and a one-mile  run in which participants estimate the  time it will take them to complete the  distance. All events, except the women's  relay, are open to both male and female  participants.  Brian Kerr, Action B.C.'s industrial  fitness co-ordinator and Corporate Cup '79  meet director, explained that the events  are planned to provide fund and.physical  activity for the participants. "The emphasis is on fun, r/A conipetition," Kerr  "stafeST  Kerr explains the entrance  requirements for Corporate Cup '79:  "Entrants can be doctors, firemen,  lawyers, teachers, civil servants, or  company workers; as long as they are a  member of an organized employee group.  The difference between this event and fun  'runs," Kerr continued, "is that the  competitors participate as a team and will  be identified  by the name  of their  organization rather than as individuals  There is an entry fee of $25 for each  organization and groups can enter as  many of the 10 events as they chose. Each  participant will receive a certificate  commemorating their participation and  the winning team will be awarded the  Corporate Cup '79 trophy.  For further . information and entry  forms, contact Action B.C. at 1600 West 6th  Avenue, Vancouver, or telephone 734-2706.  Deadline for entries is, April 12,1979.  Coast Strokers  AAexico-a story carved in stone  By Dennis Gray  On first sight, my impression of Mexico  was "It's the biggest Indian village in the  world." Perhaps it is, but one must be  careful with first impressions. That is like  saying a lion is just a cat.  . Mexico City is a city of lovers ���  smiling, embracing and gazing fondly  into each other's eyes. It is a city not yet  taken over by machines. Workmen in front  of our hotel mix cement by hand while  others carry and place heavy tiles for the  ���sidewalk;  COATUCUE, MOTHER EARTH,  mother of 400 Aztec gods is guarded  as she stands guard and mute  testimony to noble age in Mexico  City's Museum of Anthropology. 12-  foot high stone carving has head of  two facing serpents.  r- Dennis Gray photo  Everything shows the touch of human  hands, the little imperfections like the  imperfections of people. The tile in our  bath has each pattern differing slightly  from its neighbour, as man is different  from his neighbour. It is a reminder of our  imperfections and it is an invitation to live  inthisrnon^assirniingandxomfortableiiart  of the world. It is a part of the world where  we are not constantly reminded of our  human faults'��� not intimidated by the  sterile sameness of perfection produced by  ��� the cold mindless machines to the north.  One is constantly reminded, however,  how fortunate we are as Canadians  coming from such a young country where  the rich cream still floats on top and we  can carelessly slop it without imminent  jfear of running out. The wealth and riches  of Me^coacceiituatedby h^r'poor, and a  man cannot find much comfort in the  bulge above his belt when so many poor  souls live in such poverty.  But rich or poor, Mexico is a city for the  young. They are vital, energitic and polite,  and seem to sense Mexico's greatness is  yet to come.     ,  We dropped in on Mexico from a  thunderstorm ��� like opening the pages of  a book, a book that had its beginnings  nearly 3,000 years before. It is a story of  greatness, of savagery, of human sacrifice  and pagan gods, a story of rich and intelligent civilizations based on astromomy  and mathematics, a story of brutal  conquest and plunder, of treachery and  oppression by the church, and finally  independence.  It is a story written not on parchment or  tablets, but carved and re-carved in stone  ? as each civilization is replaced or renewed  by another, like the rebifQTof a rattle  snake when it sheds its skin.   Infact,- this process-figures large in -  Mexico's chronology. In 1521, when the  fires of conquest burned throughout  Mexico, the Teotihuacans to the north  buried their great pyramids and temples,  not to be unearthed again until 1905. We  can today be thankful that they lay hidden  for all those years; for each temple and  idol of Mexico's past that was found was  destroyed or reformed to meet the standards of the church. They are surely one of  the world's greatest treasurers and they  '" sure lost for all time in the name of religion"  ��� a religion that went far to drive  Mexico's people to the same fate.  To my mind, no good the church h&s  done or can do will ever balance the scales  for all the bloodshed and destruction it has  caused. But their greatest crime would  seem to be their oppression of people's  ,s Eating your cari  BUT YOU CAN SPOIL ITS APPETITE WITH A  THOROUGH STEAM CLEANING OF THE UNDERSIDE  OF YOUR CAR.  Coast Power Cleaning   885-9316 ���  CALL  minds.  Today in Mexico it is no longer a sin to  be alive, and the people are showing their  happiness.  Keep strokin'.  Weather  Lo   Hi Prec.  And they sure are happy about it!  What are they doing? Why, they're  reading TheTIMES.... looking for a new  home or car or job or washer or  bicycle. And each person will probably find just the right item at just the  right pricel How do we know?. Well;  we "have loads of advertisers every  week,..offering scores of new 'products and services.  We welcome ads of all sizes... we'll  even help you develop an ad if you  wish, for the same cost as the ad  alone! What other media can offer  that kind of bargain... on a one-to-one  personal basis? Check around, and  we think you'll want to join your  friends who read and'advertise in  The TIMES... It's the best buy  aroundl  The PENiNSULA^jfe��ed.  .... a .'weekly part of your life I  March3  ., 4.5  March4 ..... .5.0  March5 . ...7 ...8.0  March6  V.. 9.0  March7.... 5.5  March8 .....1.5  March 9 0.5  Week's rainfall ��� 4.99 cm.  date ��� 5.19 cm. 1979 to date ���  March fi warmest day since October 20.  March 3-9,1978 ��� 3.81 cm. March 1-0,  1978- 3.81 cm. January 1-March 9,1978 -  31.24 cm.  cms  7.0  1.43  11.0  1.32  11.0  1.90  14.0  0.34  12.0  nil  9.5  nil  12.0  nil  March to  ��� 31.73  cm.  NOWHeeeee BEFORE ITS TOO IAIE..,..;.,-.  Use 'Times' Adbriefs to Sell, Rent, Buy, Swap etc,  FOR SALE  PENDEROSA  at Garden Bay  ^^IVFTTTTT^ri^  ���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  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  Hiway 101 at Francis P��nlntula Rd.  GET YOUR  B.C. RESOURCES  INVESTMENT SHARES  AT THE  BANK OF MONTREAL  3 BRANCHES TO SERVE YOU  SEGHELT:  GIBSONS:  MADEIRA PARK:  MONDAY-THURSDAY 10 A.M.-3 P.M.  FRIDAY 10 AM-6P.M.  SATURDAY 10 A.M.-3 P.M. (FOR SHARES ONLY)  MONDAY-THURSDAY 10 A.M.-3 P.M.  FRIDAY 10 A.M.-6 P.M.  SATURDAY 10 A.M.-6 P.M,  MONDAY-THURSDAY 10 A.M.-3 P.M.  FRIDAY 10 A.M.-6 P.M.  ^GRlsWr  886-2216  Bank-of "Montreal  Park  883-2718  ��H6CI_0li  885-2221  r  1 Paged The Peninsula Times  Wednesday��; March 14,1979  Less static  iimiOeL  - -Special svfttdiing7equipmenUwul_J>B_  installed to upgrade and expand facilities  -for customers at  Halfmoon, Bay,   at  Roberts Creek, at Egmont and at Lund in.  the Powell River area, B.C. Tel customer  service manager Bob Johnston has announced.  Johnston pointed out that the company  will install digital concentrators to  upgrade and expand facilities in specific  ' rural locations throughout the Coastal  area. This special switching equipment  will  be  used   to  better -serve   these  customers on the Sechelt Peninsula:   The concentrators will improve local  servicejjy allowing less interference on  "theTine and alsosave'cable'ciosfsT  Hear Ye! Hear Ye!  PUBLIC MEETING SCHEDUL  FRAN BERGER Dancers work it all Drama and Dance Festival last week, eludes Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Honors  out on the "Jump Shout Boogie" as Dancing went Thursday, Friday at Performance at Elphie gym featuring  part of the Sunshine Coast Music,.  Twilight Theatre and Festival con-   the best in all categories.  Uso 'Times'Adbriefs to Sell,\  Rent, Boy, Swap etc.  The myth-makers?  DEATH BENEFITS  * Many people are not  qware of-'-the- death  benefits payable by  various   Crown   agencies.  * The Canada Pension Plan  will pay up to $1,045.00 on  the death of a contributor.  This, is in addition to the  widow's pension.  * A veteran's family may  be eligible for a grant from  D.V.A. or. the Last Post  Fund.  * At time of need, Devlin  Funeral Home will assist  the"family in determining  eligibility for various  government or private  death benefits.  fr.% frvOfan, OtfannuxtCo-K  Part n ��� A performance of Requiem by  Cavalli.  AM RADIO  Saturday: Canada Watch 6:15 p.m.  Who are the myth makers? A look at   television  -^hanging-patterta-of-^  Additional B.C. tel cables have been  install in the recently completed underground duct system between Sechelt  and Selma Park and will bring more lines  for customers wanting to upgrade to in-  divudual, and two-party service. The in-,  creased capacity will also~handle future  growth in demand for telephone service in  the area.  New telephone rates that recognize  population growth in Port Mellon have  been authorized by the Canadian Radio-  television   and   Telecommunications  REGIONAL BOARD  2nd & 4th  Thursday 7:30 p.m.  Each Month ��� Regular-Meeting.  March   14 ��� Special  Public  Utilities  Com  mittee. Bd Rm -4_pm  S--'-"-"_"-" March 715 ��� Reg^qr_Bdl&7��lannii.g-Mtg^.Bd-  ~r D~;  -r.on   Rrri 7:30 pm  March  19 ��� Finance Committee Mtg. 7:30  pm, Bd Rm  D.A. DEVLIN  owner-manager  Devlin Funeral Home  886-9551  print and electronic media.  Anthology 10:05 p.m. St. Patrick's Day  special���a profile of the wit and talent of  Flann O'Brien, considered one of Ireland's  funniest writers. Prepared by Kildare  Dobbs and Patrick Hynan.  TheHornby Collection 11:05 p.m. Gold,  a documentary by Jurgen Heese on the  mineral and money and the romance in  B.C.  Sunday: CBC Stage 1:05 p.m. The  Collection by Harold Pinter, a black  comedy. In a climate of jealousy Printer  develops two of his favorite themes,  menace and a lack of communication .  Produced in Vancouver by Tom Kerr.  Celebration 10:05 p.m. Concering the  Incarnation ��� a lutirgical chant sung in  English by Gregorian Chant.  FM RADIO  Wednesday: One to One 9:04 p.m. Part  I���Otto Lowy who was a schoolboy in 1939  tells how Mr. Prihoda, the local  policeman, surrender his Chechoslovakian  town to the Germans. Part II ��� A moving  interview with writer Sir Osbeft Sitwell.  Part HI���Two funny stories, E.B. White's  tale of twoga^hdersahffPrlma Bellfonnar  a sci-fi story by J.C. Ballard.  Saturday: Audience 9:05 p.m. Part I ���  ..Austrian pianist Walter Kelin in recital.  Part II ��� Jack' Shadbolt continues the  story of his development as a painter.  Sunday: Celebration 10:05 p.m. Life  after Death -. a documentary about people  who have had physhic experiences while  clinically dead and have returned to life.  p.m. The Son of the Hemp. The exploits of  the Great Detective were inspired by  Ontario's first provincial detective, John  Wilson Murray, whose memoirs, are now  available in paperback from Totem Books.  Ambush at Iroquois Point 9:30 p.m. - a  poignant historical drama set during the  war of 1812. John Casselman, a captain in  Upper Canada Militia orders his son Edward to join the troops, but Edward is  engaged to an American. When the militia  are betrayed, Edward has to take a stand.  Sunday: Science Magazine 7:30 p.m.  Tree ring dating; Orphan diseases and  cotton processing.  Superspecial8 p.m. Troller Cranston ���  Dream Weaver with guest stars Dan Hill,  Andre Gagnon, Salome Bey, Jo Jo Star-  buck and Ken Shelley. Troller Cranston  creates his own dream world.  -. - For the Record 9 p.m. Every Person is  Guilty ��� the story of an ex-journalist who  stumbles upon information that could put  him in violation of the Official Secrets Act.  Starring Ken Pogue and Gerard Parkes.  All on a Summer's Day 10 p.m. preempting Marketplace and Ombudsman. A  Ti<)Stalj��clo6.rrthy6u^^  a New Brunswick community in the mid  1800s, starring Ryan's Fancy, Jennifer  Whalen, M% McDougall, James Keane,  Warwick Learning and the Town arid  Country Dancers.  Monday: Special 10 p.m. pre-empting  Newsmagazine and Man Alive ��� A is for  Apple. - - - - -     -  Tuesday: Fortunes 10:30 p.m. Gold.  w zsr* T-^___r __________________  tiwfingSt  Creative design and layouts for  newsletters, booklets and  advertisements .Fast and  efficient service for all your  printing needs...  * Letterheads  ��� Envelopes  ��� Business Cards  * Invoices  at the  Ph. 885-3231  Q  ��� ���  _____>*  ii  i��  ���_9*��  Business Forms  Posters  Tickets  Notices  Bulletins  Invitations  Advertisements  Announcements  Menus  Photocopying  -Commission-tmd-��re-e_feeHverFebruar^-  For Port Mellon residents, monthly  individual line rates will increase to $6.85  from $6.45. For business users, the rates  go to $16.05 from. $14.40.  The new rates reflect the increase in  the number of telephones in Port Mellon's  toll free calling area.  In summary, Johnston said that  throughout the Coastal Division this year  approximately $11.8-million will be spend  on building additions and expansion of  central offices; $29.3-million will go  towards central office switching equipment; about $25.5-million will improve the  radio andToll network; about $25.5-roUlion  will be used for outside plant activities,  such as cabling, conduit systems and  placing of telephone poles, while about  k$35.6-million will go towards, customer  installations and general operating  equipment.  ��_*>,_.     SCHOOL BOARD  -2nd & 4th  Thursday  Each Month ���  Regular School Board Mtg.,  March   15 ��� Public Mtg,  Chatelech  Public  School, 8 pm Open to parents.,  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  l��t * 3rd, Regular Council Meeting,  Tuesday Municipal Hall, Gibsons,  laeh Month ��� 7:00 p.m.  March 19 ��� Planning Mtg, Council Chambers  VILLAGE OF SECHELT "  1st & 3rd Wednesday  Each Month ��� Regular Council Meeting.  GREAT PACIFIC  HOT TUBS  ���AnJExperience-in Pleasure and���  Relaxation  TO SEE OR TRY FOR YOURSELF  Phone 885-2183 HELEN PHILLIPS  Courtesy of  Cowrie St. 885-9330 Sechelt  %  To join us for our  1st ANNIVERSARY SALE!  SALE STARTS WED., MAR 14  TO SAT., MAR 17  The first 5 customers, each day of the sale  will receive SPRING FLOWERS  ,v COME M, ENTER YOUR NAME AND WW A LOVELY  ���<-i^<-~x DECANTER SET. DRAW TO BE A MADE ON  SHAMROCK /-. SAL, MARCH 17.  PLANTS i  ____,  ���.,   \<m  FOI  ST. PATRICK'S DAY  MARCH 17  IN-dTORc.  SPECIALS  "o  ALL GREEN A  BLOOMING PLANTS  10% Off  OIFTWARE  ANN-LYNN  FLOWERS  *  ,���,.,,���COWRIE..ST����.SECMEI��T^   885-9455  1 Senior Citizens  ������ -   -���������s���,������_���_���,,.>.,..,���,������  Association-  Wednesday, March 14,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageC-7  Si  K  ~:'m  BY ROBERT FOXALL  The robins playing out on the lawn say ?j  ~Mn"sp:u^ir~BeTe't*~"l)Uf~the wind   '  whipping-around-therwindows-is saying  T"what-were-you-cra^-birds-doing^irhen-  -youlefttfaose~southem~climes?rlT^~T.t-  The executive met,at their appointed'  time Tuesday, March 6 to learn that'the  lions Club are undertaking the operation  of the "Vial of Life" for the Peninsula.  They will' receive the utmost of cooperation from Branch No. 69.  Dave Hayward advised that he still had  a few seats available for the San Diego  tour.  It was decided to have some of the  chairs re-upholstered at a cost of $6 per  section. There will be a draw for several  ���JjQP_i_Qr_te_es_ at the Spring Tea which will  m  'ffi  ?m  AW  A�����V  [��--".*���> -ST0*  ���VV��'  sfes&s.  1- ^iOt -.���     \  >>_  m  ^  3.  .w<  -m  include a travel alarm, a beverage set and  ^larnysteryiffize^aMeasMHs a mystery to -  me. I cannot read my own notes).  Olive Clear has graciously consented to  officiate at the opening of the tea.  ��� By the time this is in print our carpet  bowlers-will have entertained a group,  from Roberts Creek ori Monday, March 12  and will be preparing to entertain their  opposite numbers from Halfmoon Bay in  the near future.  At the regular monthly meeting March  15 you will be asked if you will entertain a  busload of seniors from Delta June 13. We  -will b^askfid favsupply-luneh-and a-little-  sociability. This will be another opportunity to display hospitality and  friendship.  ~ Don't forget to turn out in great  numbers for our monthly meeting when  we will be entertained by some of the  pupils of Sechfelt Elementary School.  Another reminder to keep grooming  those plants for the Spring Plant Sale.  Don't forget Fourth Thursday, March  22 and the visit of the Burnaby Rascals  May 10.  In the meantime try to get down to  carpet bowling on Mondays and dancing  on Wednesday afternoons.  Our Easter Cards are also now on  display. Hope you like them! ��� Miss  Bee's, Sechelt.  ^ A  t(*j!  ���V*'  ���cvff ~��r^ 'if, _ "?<%���*  w_  |\5^V�� '&  > ,  ' <���     t  11   <.*!  ,     I  /  i  /<.-  ' ^y^MrA^mz^  M y: <   _r,   ,  'I      t  ? - Ii"'''  K&-  <rf��~h  ^  w.  at~.  '��� <i >x  >i- A' ,'^A a*  m  &*  5ft  W_,  3*\��v  ���J%  _**#_'  )i  -X  -?v  A  .r  .    i*n.J${*��^y  ��*^!ft-   f   i  t^*-$_     (>   .%  i^y. v*  ''OUR EYES WATCH,  EVEN WHEN YOU CAN'T."  *>'  <$$>**    *$} '  l?J&?  ^^      ' V      V   -C ��_-!< ty  _**;  Ma  ^^a&r  I"',l<^  S^st..^.  '*al. v-,'-.   v-*�� ^f>*v ;  'SSrai  ^s:  1975 26? CAMPION  Similar to photograph  ��� 1979-260 HP OMC  BURGLARY & FIRE  PERMANENT &  PORTABLE SYSTEMS  COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL  PDRCBASE.TEASE,   INSTALLATION, SERVICING  PENINSULA ALARM SYSTEMS LTD  BOX 77  886-9]  IRISH town character, scoundrel  and rogue "McLosky" of Beachcombers television series, Reg  Romero, signs autograph for young  fan on Molly's Reach set as shooting  for first show of season got under way  last week. Reg celebrated 58th birthday as well and was treated to  candled-~cake by" performers and  crew.  Book Look  ^ By MURRIEREDMAI  GIBSONS HARBOUR  HOURS: MON-FRI, 8 AM-8 PM  SAT-SUN, 8 AM-5PM  DINNER SERVED  5P.M.-7PJH.  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?  INTRODUCTORY BRIDGE LESSONS  - TUESDAY, 7:30 PM  B.A. BLACKTOP BBB"^_  ���QUALITY  SERVICE SINCE 1956"  ASPHALT PAVING OF;  ���ROADS  INDUSTRIAL SITES .PARKING AREAS  ���TENNIS COURTS ���DRIVEWAYS  ���GRAVEL SALES.  FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL  885-5151  EAST PORPOISE BAY ROAD, SECHELT.  Mmbort:  ^^rA   Amalgamated  B.C. Road  Bulld.ri  Aifoelotlon  -*5l|*fc*TW.m.��~-4te^ ��i��<w>!>*  ^Ortop ltd!  THE MANTTOU, by Grant Masterton,  Pinnacle Boobs, 216 pages, $2.25.  THE MANITOU is a tale of the occult  that takes on the theme of technology  versus nature. If you recall Gitchee  Manitou of Longfellow's Hiawatha, he Ls  chief among Indian gods. His powers can  be either good or evil, but he is feared and  respected by medicine men.  In the story of a young woman, Karen  Tandy finds a rapidly growing lump on the  back of her neck. Doctors discover that it  contains the form of a human being. The  girl's aunt goes off to her tarot card  reader, Harry Erskin, for advice. Harry is  a nice chap who might be a faker but  remains a gentleman all the same. He  does a little research at the local library  and discovers that the "lump" Karen  hosts might be one of the immortal  medicine men who return periodically to  take revenge on a hostile world.  Harry finds an expert, Singing Rock,  and the two discover that the creature who  has now reached almost full size, is  Misquamacus, Indeed the mythical being  ot their research. Singing Rock brings out  his bones, magical powders and incantations to try and save the girl and  destroy Misquamacus. Speaking through  Karen, Misquamacus warns that he can  call up the powers of the manitou and his  helpers. What appears combines all the  most fearful natural enemies of man.  In the telling of it, however, there ls a  strange parody of events. In b_> ultra  modern^hospital outflttetl with closed  circuit television and a computer system,  Singing Rock sits in a circle of magical  dimensions muttering Incantatlons'to hold  off Misquamacus and Ms demons, Singing  Rock explains it all this way:  "It's about magic. Real magic is  created by the way that man uses his  environment ��� the rocks, the tree*, the  water, tho earth, the fire and tho sky. And  the spirits, too, the manltous. Today,  we've forgotten how to work real magic.  But it can still bo done. The spirits are still  there, ready to be Invoked. A century to a  spirit Is like a millisecond to us. They're  immortal and patient, but they're also  powerful and hungry. It takes a very  strongman and a brave man to call them  out of Umbo. It takes an even stronger one  to send them back there and seal the  gateway they came through."  The ending is dramatic *nd bloody: It  the same name stars Rock Hudson as  Harry Erskin, Michael Ansara as Singing  Rock and Susan Strasberg as Karen  Trendy. The special effects must be  spectacular^  r  One of many pre-owned units on  display now at Regal Marine  equipped with:  * Bow ft Storn Roils  * Deck Hatch  * Running Lights  * Enclosed Cabin Area  * Forward Sleeping Area  * Fold-up Sleeper Bunk  * 2 Dinette Conversions  * Full Galley w/Fresh Water  * Enclosed Stand-up Marine Head  * Sink & Fresh Water System  * Cabin Area Carpet  * 97 Gql. [US] Fuel Tank  * 36 Gal. [US] Fresh Water  * Horn -Wipers - Cabin Lights  * Bilge Pump & Blower  ..* Bait Boxes  * Factory new 260 HP OMC to  be installed at time of  purchase. Full 1 year factory  warranty.  oral*  extras:  * Command Bridge Cover  * Stand-up Camper Back  * Trim Tabs  ���   '   * Compass. . ��� %-  * Stereo System  * Curtain Package  * Propane Range Top  * Depth Sounder  * Swim Grid  * Anti-fouling Paint on Hull  * Speedometer  * Replacement price of a factory-new 26'  Command Bridge with above mentioned  options would cost in excess of $26,900.00  * Although the above mentioned hull is a  1975, the engine1 and sterndrive unit would  be factory new with factory new wqrranty.  You save over  $4,500  00  TRADES WELCOME  BANK FINANCING AVAILABLE  Regal Marine Ltd.  4493 Marine Ave.  Powell River       Telephone: 485-6397  I  * <$'..  EVERYBODY WON including Ronda  SiberC8, in semfcdntest lunch during  Nutrition -Week--at- Davis- Bay-  ElementarXv Students made_ sandwiches that, included alTBur good"  groups ^_--=__-���-Bob Cotter photo-  Squoringty yours  * V  By Maurice Hemstreet  Lions eye  Sechelt.Uons is sponsoring its second  glaucoma-screening-clinic^March: 29-30.-  Run by the UBC Department' of Op-.  thalmology, it will be held at the Sechelt  Medical Clinic.  Last year more persons than could be  screened attempted tolake advantage of  the service. Please phone Robert Halejrat"  885-3241 for an appointment��� ��� ���-  ���~Glaucbma-i8 a___-eyeJdisease.-which-  affects one per cent of the average  population over 40 years of age. It is  usually insidious and gives no symptoms.  Unfortunately, people often present with a  'dimming of vision" or total loss of vision  in one eye leaving no avenue for treatment  in that eye. This form of the disease is  called .open angle or chronic simple-  glaucoma.  It is most frequently related to an increase in pressure within the eye and this  results in poor blood flow to vital structures attiieback of the eye. Damage can  ~aHobe (paused piimlrily due to poor blood  flow. In either case the effect on the eye is  not'unlike a heart attack on the heart. That  is to say, there is a loss of functon. In the  eye this is a loss of "side vision" without  any change in distance or reading vision to  the patient until the eye is nearly blind.  Once discovered, medical and surgical  therapy can be, employed to decrease  pressure within the eye. The importance of  PageC-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, March 14,1979  discovering.this disease before too much  damage has-been dwie is self-evident.  The second form of glaucoma is closed  angle or acute glaucoma, It usually is  announced by pain, blurred vision, and  Jialoes around lights. These symptoms  may.common quickly as within one half  hourTahd, providing they are not ignoredT  can ���be���reversed -under���medical.  -managements Surgery_iisi_the usual  definitive treatment.  To screen for these diseases testing for  pressure within the eye and observation of  structures at the back and front of the eyes  should be done on the population and  specifically those people at higher risk.  People at higher risk are those over 40/  thbse who have a family history of the  disease or who have high blood pressure or  diabetes mellitus. Also younger people  who have had an injury to their eyes  sometime in the past should be checked.  It is important to separate the concern  foFeye'bealth"from~the~]need~to" wear;  This, disease takes vision from  people with and without glasses.  WALK WISE  WITH YOUR CVCS  (Qg) P-dMWanSattty  Hello there, fellow square dancers. By  golly it's a great feeling to know that  _yQU_re_on.time._This.is the second week in  a row, but the problem is that not too many  people know that lam just great and from;  the position of the hands on my Mickey  Mouse watch I had best get on with the  square dance news.  Last Friday evening afTHenRvObertsr  Creek School gym, I was on stage and it  was just a fantastic square dance with  over four sets on the floor and after having  paractised hard for the now past big  jamborees I thought it was time to relax  and have some fun and that's just what  happened. It still think that some of the  present callers get carried away with their ���,  mainstream, plus one and two basics  along with experimental figures. They  have forgot how to call for a fun level  evening and the percentage of square  dancers that want this so-called high level  of dancing is very small, so I thank God  that I am a low level caller.  Al Wagoner  y\.:i\  ALWi  INVITES YOU  TO JOIN  BIG BROTHERS  A service of friendship  freely given by men, to  boys without fathers.  ForInformation  886-2615 or 885-9006  Louise Mason said to.me, Maurice, you;  are putting everyone's name in the paper  except mine and if I don't see my name in  print next week Iwifl pound you through a;  knothole in the wall. So upon looking at the  wall, I said to her' there wasn't any  knotholes in the wall. So she gave up and  jabbed her little pinky atthe wall'andsaid,  -thereisTiowrWell Louise, whatcanl say,~  you are a very nice square dance person.  It was really nice to see the Lovells  back on the floor. We missed you and the  Campbells are back from holiday. Well we  had us an evening of square dancing that  won't soon be forgotten.  On March 3 we travelled on down to the  Moscrop School in Burnaby with our new  dancers where we all joined in the New  Square Dancers Jamboree and with about  40 sets on the floor at at least tw<kh_ate  were new dancers it was an evening of fun  for all and I must say that our local new  square dancers were just fantastic.  Once again our caller Harry Robertson  came through with flying colors and we  sure are proud of this gentle caller.  MC for the first half of the evening was  Ken Crisp and I didn't even know that he  was a caller. I thought he just was a  keeper of the books. Maybe it was because  I had seen him in that position for so long.  Anyway he is without doubt a great caller  and if he had a box to stand on he would  also be a tall caller.  Irene Hazzard was the MC for the  second half and someone asked how she  could affordsuch great equipment and she-^  said it was easy, bought it out of her  grocery money, and now I know why her  husband is so thin. Also on the program  was Burt Harvie, Vic Harris^Al Maertz,  Brian Murdock and John Winton. A great  panel of callers. Unfortunately we had Al  Berry on the floor With us but then you  can't win them all.  Well after a good night's rest at the  hotel we all met at a pancake house for  breakfast the next morning. Just can't  ignore the pancake toss. By the way, we  were set up. I thought that it would not.  happen, but lo and behold, over the left  shoulder of Harry Robertson came the  flying disk to land smack dab on top of ,  Tom Parish's coffee cup, so we couldn't  throw it back, but we will get even. So look  out, Harry. Anyway the whole place just   shook with laughter except for our  waitress and I think she thought we had  gone bananas. Fun? Yes, we have fun.  Well, that's all history now and I must  get along, so I will tie up my typewriter to   the hitching post till next week. Have a  , good day and remember, a smile might  not make the world go round, but it helps.  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