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"��-i^S_r^�� *,?>__;__���- ���-_ ��C'i____ \-��       - i * ", \ , - ?        ,'  -lh~c<mnecU<m~v4th-the-_!kHrum---on-  Community Television and the upcoming  elections, Elphinstone video students have  arranged with local campaign managers  for two all-candidates meetings Sunday ���  with federal election candidates incumbent Jack Pearsall (liberal), Ray  Skelly (NDP), and Al Lazerte (PC) for the  Comox-Powell River liding at 11 a.m_, and,  with provincial incumbent Don Lockstead  (NDP) and Gerry Gray (Social Credit) for  the Mackenzie constituency at 4:30 p.m.  -���Elphinstone ���Student���Research  Productions will video-tape the meetings  at the school in color for Cable 10, courtesy  of Coast Cable and Sony.  They will be aired at a later date.  The students will also be conducting a  "hot-dog ppir in the cafeteria to predict  how the vote will go, both provincially and  federally, They hope, also, to provide an  information booth for voters who have  questions about polling places, times,  eligibility, and other election matters.  loan program  IN TOWN foHilniing of Beachcomber episode "The Songwriter", TV star Rene Simard got awarm reception from 20 GibsonsJiigh school girls in a  = --*=.- cool pool last week.-   -=���-=���=���=���-     ���-- _-_i=^.-._-_       ���    ^= =_.  ���- The-SCKE>-board-iast-week-agreed-to"  act as agent and get an advisor for a  federal plan that will allow Sunshine Coast  homeowners to apply for federal loans up  to $10,000 to improve their residences.   Termed the Residential Rehabilitation  A-Bistance^^i^bgr-mTrthelpi-m makes all"  resident homeowners eligible regardless  of income and makes landlords eligible if  their rental unit is within a neighborhood,  and they agree to rent controls.  Non-profit corporations and housing cooperatives can also participate in the plan.  A portion of the loan is, in some cases,'  a non-repayable-grant *nd thia-is determined by a scale of adjusted family income.  ~~^I^oinrep&lrs^^^dundatidrfeT struc  ture, wiring, plumbing, insulation,  roofing, fire safety, main stairways and  heating ��� must be corrected first.  After major repairs are completed,  . minor ���-such..as~ painting,-windowst-  gutters, floors, stairs, exterior and interior  finishing ��� are allowed.  The grants are in two portions divided  between repairs up to $2,500 and repairs  over $2,500.  An old age pensioner with an income of  under $6,000 per year, for example, could  get up to $3.750 worth of work done on the  home he owns with no repayment on the  basis of residing there over five years.  ItTsTmportanf to note, however tHattl-F  grarjt would only be forthcoming after the  project has been applied for and completed with the work accomplished.  ~   To be eligible; homeowners must ttvetar  what the Central Mortgage and Housing,  Corporation terms a "designated neighborhood." -   - -'������,     7  The designations and further details  will becorr_e:aVai-ai-le by regional board  LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST  Volume 17 ��� No. 19  Wednesday, April 18,1979  Trail Bay boating tragedy  For example, a homeowner with an  adjusted family income of over $11,000 can  get a loan of $10,000 for home repairs  which must be fully repaid. ^With $6,000 or  less income we hdmeowWeftaln make a  maximum loan of $6,250. However, in the  second case, there is a portion of the loan  -_-p-to_$3,750 that becomes^a. grant with no-  repayment if the homeowner has five s  yi-ars of residfc&ey: th^jghurt portion is,'  earned at the-rate ^tamper/year of'  advertising when #,ir adviser on the plan  residence by, &e owntf.'-w  // ", is named.,-'   'V/*/        ' -    ������$.  Inco,me_^Stw^n$iO,(H)(fe%^|6^iO0are       The board receiv~-^?^)0f>eraprilcation ,  scaled with gvpsn portfbhs. le^>W_u4 as   for  processing  from 7 the  goverrjrrie-fif^  adjusted family income ?&&.  Late reply  for  ,. ageaft.  __  amiss  .?v-  JJ  SCRD board chairman Ed Nicholson  has admitted that the SCRD was "amiss"  in not getting an official reply by letter  sooner to local engineering technician  Bernle Ackerman after he applied for a  sewerage plant operator's job in new the  Sechelt treatment plant.  He stated also that he thought works  superintendent Gordon Dixon should have  given Ackerman an interview because he  was involved in the first two stages of the  Sechelt Sewerage System project.  In addition, he stated that regional  secretary Ann Pressley has in the past had.  an "unwritten" policy to advertise totally  for SCRD positions that become vacant.  Ackerman, in a Times article last  week, expressed that he had been shafted  by the regional district in not being considered for the position because he was  local, had the required, experience, and  had worked on the initial phases of  designing the project which would* make  Economic development  meeting here Monday  The Committee conducting the Sunshine Coast Economic study is holding a  public meeting for interested groups and  individuals to present their views on  Economic Development of the Sunshine  Coast, Monday, April 23 at 7:30 p.m. at the  Sunshine Coast Regional District offices.  Those presenting written briefs will be  askeTto discuss their'px&ehtat-dris7  him familiar with problems in maintenance that could develop.  "We had dozens of applications for the  Class n engineer position. He didn't have  the, qualifications and there were more  qualified people,'' Pressley said last week.  ^ She said a letter explaining to Acker-  ma_i_why he hadn't been hired was being  drafted, at the time the article appeared.  The letter written by Ackerman to  Nicholson, expressing his dissatisfaction  with the way the hiring was done was read  and discussed at a management meeting  of the board March 15.  At that time, according to minutes of  the meeting, a motion was passed to the  effect that "the chairman and the  secretary draft a letter to Mr. Ackerman  explaining board hiring policies,"  The letter had apparently not been  received by Ackerman over three weeks  later.  Pressley said, however, that In a phone  call from Ackerman she had gone through  the points in his letter with him,  Nicholson Indicated that the  secretary's policy of advertising locally  for all SCRD jobs would be "reaffirmed"  and that it would come before the board as  a motion to make It official board policy  that "all Jobs will now be advertised  locally."  The sewerage plant operator position  By HELEN-PAWOfe^^;' said. "I thoughtlwas jusfcabtmt finished.'^  A 62-year-old K^0^m^n drowned,   _   Jamieson said feije;W---ri!t:sure where he  but Gilbert Jamiesbjp^dS; Sechelt was/, was when he wasrac|ed Up because it was  rescued after- two^'d-*half-hours of* so dark, but he M^bbers the boys didn't-  clinging to an overturnect boat in the   take long to r<iw$&$hcire.  waters between Trail Island and Selma  The darkne&s|a%7jprevented the boys  Park last Friday when twtf toys' curiosiiy from noticing $$f ttead man was still with  led them to investigate aniunusual noise*   .Jamieson;       -'>������'</  Jamieson wds/rushed  "They were a lifesaver in$he real sense  of the word," Jamieson said Sunday.  J- Roh Parte. 17,'oP Selrtia1 Park *  iJames Evjen, 13, of North Surrey, were  jchecking their crab nets about 5:30 p.m.  �� when they heard faint cries in the  ' distance.  Heading in the direction of the noise,  ("they thought I was a sea lion or  something"!, the, boyr found Jamieson  and hauled him into'their-boat.  to hospital in  serious condition' and released Saturday  itiS^ffldh-ing: OriSunday he said he was "ftaris  out and my voice is just, about shot from  shouting." '  The other man's body was recovered  later Friday evening by the Canadian  Coast Guard. His name was not released  pending notification .of next-of-kin. The  boys could not be reached for comment.  THE CANADIAN Coast Guard  hovercraft at Davis Bay after  recovering body of 62-jtear-old  Kelowna man last Friday evening.  Boating mishap was between Selma  Park ��rid Trail Island. Twd boys  rescued Gilbert Jamieson of Sechelt  about 5_307p,in. after he and, other  man had been in water nearly two-"  and-a-half hours. ���  Jamieson was returning with his friend  from an afternoon of fishing when waves  from two directions caught the boat ahd  "flipped it over,*' he said. ���>. :.;  Unable to right it, they stayed with it.  The other man died "about 15 minutes  before they (the boys) got me."  "It-was just at the last minute," he  Utility corridor  agreement close  of $3/4 million  Bowen Is. school starts  Excavation for cwistructlori of tHe7  $754,000 Bowen Island community school  was scheduled to start Tuesday after  nearly three years of trying to draft a  satisfactory joint agreement between  School District No. 4j? and the Greater  Vancouver Regional District.  The fifth draft was approved by the  Ministry of Education last week and  school board chairman Don Douglas  added the final signature at Thursday's  education meeting at Cedar Grove  Elementary School.  Unfortunately, because of ferry  complications, Bowen Island trustee Brian  was advertised only In a trade Journal   Hodgins was unable to attend tho meeting  referred to as the 'JScum Line."     ��� ^ a specified area In the GVRD,  Dixon told tho Times he had spoken to   Bowen Inland is contributing $140,000 of  AckermM^  ,.,foq���cM��.,UB,    , _..,. ���.,..��.......,...,,..,,.,,,..,,..  -^ePoiBeA-3       Secretary-treasurer  Roy  Milis  said  Bowen Island's contribution will enlarge  the amall gymnasium to which they are  entitled "close to the size of Chatelech's".  Integrated into the plans are the kindergarten, three classrooms, and a library  as well as a community room with kitchen  facilities.  The first drafts of the agreement were  turned down by the ministry because it felt  the board's Interests were not fully  protected, Mills said.  In turn, writing the agreement to  satisfy the ministry 6t public schools' act  requirement that the proposal's function  as a school take priority and the school  district have control, was not satisfactory  to the GVRD.  Though it Is contributing only 27 per  cent of the cost and that through Bowen  Island residents, the GVRD felt it should  The; Sechelt Indian Band has agreed  that work can begin immediately on a new  larger water line across the long-discussed  utility corridor if the price Is right this  Wednesday. *  ��� '  It is expected that today Dave Bor-  thwick, B.C. government special lands  consultant, will meet with Band officials  here to compare the province's dollar  value' of the 35-acre strip of land across  Indian Reserve No. 2 with the Band's  dollar value.  SCRD board chairman Ed Nicholson  ��_=_-?����. .greement wa�� no,.. ��j ^St^Stf^lS,.  Borthwick's visit cpuld "finalize"  the  have some control.  changed, but reworded less strongly to  satisfy the GVRD.  The next block on the part of the GVRD  was insurance on the building. The  ministry has ��� its own policy regarding  school Insurance, which the GVRD felt  could be changed In the future.  The GVRD eventually accepted the  policy and Mills said it has the right to  Insure its part of the building anyway.  If a joint agreement could have been  reached early in tho negotiations, the  ministry would have been easier to deal  with, Mills said.  By the time the first draft was sent to  the ministry for approval, it had already  had some experience with Joint agreement  ond was studying them carefully.  negotiations for exchange of the land  under a perpetual easement agreement.  The board had eaVller expressed  ���See Page A-3  r* ���������������  Hold on Cheekye  Lockstead will push for natural gas pipeline  Incumbent NPP-MLA Don Lockstead  said last week If his party is elected  provincially May 10 they will be taking  initiatives toward a cabinet decision for a  B.C. Hydro natural gn_ pipeline to Vancouver Island via Powell River that could  for un alternative,!' Lockstead stated.  He said with a spur line to tlie Sechelt  Peninsula from the natural gas line this  area could have un energy source that is 50  per cent cheaper than oil and "generally  conceived to be cheaper thin Hydro  give Sunshine Coast residents a 20 per cent (electricity from the Cheekye line)",  saving m energy bills,, encourage other      In Hydro's December report from the  industries to move Into the area, and be Gas Engineering Division to the B.C.  completed in 1082 ��� a year earlier than Energy Commission it is stated that a saa  HyaWpUMtf^  hydro-electric transmission line across the  Sechelt Peninsula.  He had earlier called for a two-year  moratorium on the line.  expeditious*��tart-ctf the pipeline-could  have energy to Vancouver Island by 1082.  The 50O-kv transmission line would be  enable Hydro to reduce Its capital  borrowing requirements for electric  generation and transmission, and become  self-supporting,    >  n^i*^&mtlHmZ!_'ityMlt___<_ttf&W&a^        ��FjB^i--M**M**l*)��MH. *��l^i��<to*B**tV!S* j|U _W IMS"***! o��l i H�� Mfomllli&ty  ^Thl psjfcgt would nave less environmental Impact "thanwvolrttottfil  nature/'-the report summary states.  The project, according to the report,  would be a conventional underwater  pipeline and gas transmission and  distributing systems to serve major load  centres "between Campbell River and  Victoria, including the Albernl area."  Though Hydro had recommended a  route from, the Lower, Mainland via  Lockstead said he has "reason to believe  operate the new service, >  Tho report says input from public and  government will be sought during route  selection for the pipeline and a public  Information program has been developed  Including public meetings.  The information program conforms to  guidelines set by the provincial Environment and Land Use Committee,  Hydro saya. ,. -,  '.,.'...  ELUC ' ffli&arlat acting assistant  director Brian Gates told the Times last  people on the lower Gulf Islands don't  want a pipeline, while people in the Powell week that of tho two BOO kv lines Hydro  River area want gas because It will en- wants on the Choekye-Dunsmuire route,  Hydro's preliminary route (Gulf with the second lino not needed until about  w*��i��r*����w^^  ' " '"  methods of generating and transmitting   peak work force of 600 of which 60 per cent       "A natural gas line to the Island cpuld  electricity, particularly, with respect to   would be from B.C. A permanent work further delay the need for the future line,"  completed in 1988. Here to a firm proposal   Impacts of a continuing and long-term   forco of. 125 people would be required to   ho said.  Highways have also become part of the  NDP campaign here.  Lockstead added he wasn't content to  let the Sunshine Coast Highway go  unimproved and promised moro than tho  upgrading of the ono mile section above  Donelly Drive presently under way by tho  Highways Department and estimated to  take four months to complete.  ��.j|v0 discussed' with* Highways  Minister Alex Fraser about continued,  rational upgrading of Highway 101 up to  Ponder Harbour. Social Credit Is doing a  skip and a jump hero and there. If we are  going to spend money, left do It  roi;ltmaiiy,***iio7ii<ii!J��<i..:7 * ~~ ���-M���J~'  Lockstead will open a campaign office  In Sechelt this week In addition to the NDP  Bookstore office ho' has In Gibsons,  It's wet, sure  "*JWf I trnWnflmWm  That elixir of life ��� water ��� Is  having some trouble keeping Its pure  reputation In Garden Bay,  An overabudonce of algae in  Garden Bay is affecting the taste and  odor of the water. The "awful" tasto,  Health Inspector Bob Weston said, is  created when the lakewater mixes  with the chldrine.  Presently, Garden Bay Waterworks ls not chlorinating the wator to  alleviate the poor taste and users are  advised to boll their water.  The algae is being analyzed, but,  Weston said, "It Is not usually a  health problem, It's tho effect it has on  the water system."  Mail college  survey today  TUaea readers are reminded that the  Assessment" survey accompanying last  week's edition is duo in tho school's offices  by Friday, April 20.  MAIL YOURS TODAY.  T  <  *  1 I \  r  Just a little "limbo"  don't beat on drum  Joint-use to some Sunshine Coast  residents might mean puffing on a  skinny, stick   of   funny-looking  vegetation, but at the regional level of  _gQV_eroment_it_me_^  facilities with the community to make  the best use of our meeting places.  It is under this function that the  people of Roberts Creek have committed to them $70,000 of taxpayers  dough to build a community hall and  gym on the Elementary 'school  grounds.  The board has decided it should be  separate building since an addition to ~  the present school would be. im-  ~~practiGalc~And4he-enthj_sias_B-of4he-  populace there cannot' be disputed.  They want to get started on it.  The joint-use function in this  year's budget, if we heard right at a  recent meeting, is $89.000 with $5.000  a priority for Pender Harbour as well  as the Robert's Creek $70,000.  There was much discussion about  the other $12,000 when the school and  regional bords got together last week.  The Langdale school addition was  a fourth-priority but Area F dir.  David Hunter agreed that they would  -^aitnmtihnextTear^l.errthejrcoiild-  get a big enough chunk to do the right  kind of spending on it.  .. When dir. Harry Almond asked for.  the 12 G's to put toward the 'Creek  hall-project, it. sounded, like, a; good  idea. But it became a debate. Agreed  the RC project has to go to referendum and dir. Hunter wanted; a  deadline from Harry, if they got the  money, as to when they could have a  vote and a concrete beginning on the  $300,000-plus facility.   .  By the end of May we'll have  something, promised dir. Almond. A  bit optimistic, perhaps, but a strong  desire to get going. But Harry got no  J_oii--__dti_\ei_L.,^  "limbo," a board member describes.  It doesn't mean they won't get it if  their ref erendum passes with a good  majority, according to dir. Hunter.  But since the Roberts Creek people  -areworkingiiwayTn-tt-ngT)n^venteto-  raise money toward the project, it  seems like it would have been a  morale boost to them to have a show  of confidence from the board by just  popping that $12 thou onto the $70  thou.  . We're sure they'll get it if and-  when, but it would have been a nice  "gesttiireT  PageA-2 The Peninsula Ttmek  Wednesday, April 18,1979  Bridgelady  enjoyed  group_  Ed note: a letter of thanks. .. -.. -.  . .  Dear Friends,  Some of the nicest, most co-operative  people and best sports surely must be in  the Sechelt Auxiliary to St. Mary's  Hospital Merry-go-round bridge tournament. Not only did everyone have a  good time through the season but they  helped to raise a nice amount of money for  our hospital.  As bridge chairman for the Auxiliary, I  really and truly enjoy working for a group  -.oLpiiople__who_jn-akes_a_Lthe-jeffortJwo_--.  thwhile and fun.  I would like to thank everyone of my  ~bridge~players from the bottom "of"my  heart for the beautiful flowers and the  generous gift. You will be happy to know  the Children's Ward will have the long  needed new curtains out of your thank you  tojne. L -7_  .  I really appreciate your thoughtfulness  and could not be happier than to meet and  work for people like.you. It makes  volunteer work not work but pleasure.  I thank you very much, you awarded  me an oscar, may I book you again next  season? \  and that's the story on the clean-up at Three Mile Island. Back to you, Walter . .,  ~Yours very gratefully^  Mrs. Margaret Humm.  Rezoning blizzard is no storm of progress  Rezoning applications are fluttering  down on the village of Sechelt in a  veritable blizzard these days. The land  developers want town houses, multi-units,  strata and condominium housing for high-  density population growth. "In today's  world," says one gentleman profoundly,  "This" has" to "be  considered "medium  of that and they can piggy back all the way  up hills and down valleys, resulting in even  more money for even less land.  < What we are worried about is future  ghetto living, overstrained sewerage  facilities, parking problems, social services and unemployment problems. If  "progress is the realization of Utopias'  Reflections  The sweetness of friendship  By Vem Giesbrecht  When Socrates was building himself a  house at Athens, an observer noted the  simplicity and littleness of the design and  Wondered why such an eminent man would  not construct his house on a grander scale.  Socrates, according to Dr. Samuel  Johnson, "replied that he should think  himself sufficiently accommodated if he  could see that narrow habitation filled  with real friends."  Real friends. That's what most of us  cherish___aboye___ata^ else,  friends who will stand by us even though  we don't win the lottery, friends who will  discount gossip andTumors about us,  friends who won't, praise us to our faces  and cut us down when our backs are  turned.  I've been thinking about friendship a lot  lately, after completing a questionnaire on  friendship In the April issue of Psychology  Today magazine. The article explaining  the questionnaire makes a distinction  between "casual" or "Work" friends and  "close" friends in various ways: perhaps  to refer to someone we've known most of  our lives, to a person we've worked with  for half a year, to someone we'd turn to in  a crisis, to someone we see regularly, or to  someone we keep in touch with by mail  and see only once a year.  The 65 questions include queries on how  friendships begin and end, what kinds of  activities friends share, the strengths and  weaknesses of various friendship combinations (opposite sex, single ������ couple,  non-reciprocal, etc.).  One of the most interesting questions  asks the reader to indicate what he would  expect of a family member, close friend  and casual friend in various situations,  Including: "Take my side in disputes with  The Peninsula*^*^  Published Wednesdays at Sechelt  on H.C.'s Sunshine Coast  ��y  The Pcnlnsuln Times  lor Wcslpres Publications Ltd.  at Sechelt. B.C.  Uox 310 ���Sechelt, B.C.  VON JAO  IMumuHH5-32.il  Office hours: 8:30 ii,m.  toS(>,m. Tuc-.-Snt.  Subscription Rntcs: (in advance)  Local, $7 per year. Beyond 35 miles, $8  U.S.A., $10. Overseas $11.  Cn.uiibt.tor,.:  Div. 7, Sechelt Hlementary  Robert l-'oxull  Vein (.ilc-br-clit  Dennis Gray  Maurice Hemstreet  Robert Kirsch  Mnrcla Poultice  Murrle Redman  Bruce Robinson  i    Marion Alsager        '  '*  Peggy Connor "*  Doris Edwardson  Mary Tinklcy-Shnnnon  others, lend me up to $10 in an emergency,  visit me in the hospital if I were ill, accept '���  me as I am, flaws and all, tell me his or her ���  most, innermost feelings, risk per^nal,,  safety to help me if I were in dangerv." sbi"^i  There are'some touchy questions, too.  "Do you think friendship is a form of  love?" and "K yes, would you tell your  closest friends that you love them?"  The main conclusion I came to after  completing the questionnaire was that I've  been luckier than many people in finding  and maintaining close friendships. More  than once I've heard people say something  like, "Aman (or woman) is lucky if he  (she) has one true friend in a lifetime."  That's a truly discouraging outlook,  though one true friend is immeasurably  better than hone;  Thinking of my acquaintances, neighbors and friends, from "casual" to  "close", I sorted out some of the  characteristics that distinguish the dozen  or so men and women I consider my close  friends:  ^When they telephone me, I don't have to  ask, "Who's speaking, please?"  When I telephone them, they don't  respond, "Vern who?"  They don't feSkobliged to laugh at my  lame Jokes but they usually groan with  appropriate disgust, .     .......  They would lend me a sizable sum of  money, without interest; and expect me to  do the same.  They would drop In to see me without  an engraved Invitation.  They would listen to my troubles,  provide whatever comfort and help they  could, but would change the subject if I  lapsed livto self-pity.  My close friends would say mostly  pleasant things about me when I was not In  their presence.  They'would hear my good tidings  without envy and my bad news without  gloating.  They would tell me directly If I was  taking myself too seriously or making a  fool out of myself.  They would be comfortable In my  presence for long periods of silence.  Finally, they would absolutely, without  fail, recognize a bad (that Is, good) pun If  they heard one.  Por a closing word on friendship, Kahili  Glbran, In Tho Prophet:  "And In tho sweetness of friendship let  there be laughter, and sharing of  pleasures.  For In the dew of little, things the heart  finds Its morning and is refreshed."  _deiisity.---Of-coursehe-isxomparing-us^to���(X)scai^J-[de)-I'doubt-if-much-oranjn(5f-  this rezoning could legitimately be considered progress.  It would be difficult not to get in a  political nip in the midst of what the  Networks are dramatically calling  "DECISION !79". In B.C. we have to call it  "Miscegenation '79" as the two elections  ore so intertwined. The SoCreds plaintively beg "The calling of a three year  election is not an election issue," though  they themselves made it one a scant three  years ago. The Budget contained in the  B.C. Government News sheet, which is  usually mailed to 150,000 homes and paid  for by the taxpayer, was this time cleverty  mailed to every home in the provlftde and  that, trickily arranged, the day before the  election was called. With two elections just  12 days apart, confusion is both rampant  and appalling. Continguous issues are  impossible to sort.  Even the enumerators are having a  time, receiving calls from irate voters who  neglected to place 'themselves on the  voters list, angrily denouncing both  governments. "Why;don't you 'blips'get  beautiful downtown Calcutta. This  peninsula is gorgeous, so natural with its  beautiful treed hills, Its magnificent  coastline and its marvellous garden  greenery.  - Unfortunately, in the glazed eye of the  developer, the greenery is money.lt does  not occur to him to sell his land in one or  two acre lots and ask more for them. This  type of development maintains the beauty  and natural aspect of the coast but is never  a fast buck.  As these developers always work in 'job  lots' towards the most obvious common  denominator, .they first strip out all the  treesand then'slap up row housing staring  not at any view but across the street at  more row housing. They paint the front  doors different colours so you can find  your way home in a fog. Their taste is  often as limited as our resources but they  always promise to conform ... to what  they have done before. Now they have  discovered that row housing can be done in  layers . . . one on top of another and  another on top (but back a little.. mind)  together?" Returning officers have been  cOnfused as to which election they are  committed or both. Angry callers and  helpful volunteers alike are getting wrong  phone numbers and everyone is becoming  progressively more furious, oh. voh.. oh.  . my. Whoever thought this 7a bright  pohticalg-imbit . . . please, run, don't  "wa_kn��T-Teend of the line.  Cheerier News for the week is a fashion  festival being organized by that talented  and original lady Nancye Bradford. She  and five other clever talents will be  j.h.k.  SECHRWT  mi -A,  A Vancouver guide  By Robert Kirsch  Likes fitness  1 would like to express my desire to see  continued support for the Fitness Service.  The programs I have enrolled in were  popular and well run.  I feel the money spent will be well-  placed duo to tho Increased happlnosa and  health of members of our community.  Sincerely,  R.G. BeaUpre.  O'DOUL'S Is one more of the fine  restaurants to be found on Robson Street.  It is very difficult to pinpoint any one type  of cuisine of this popular eating sport.  TOMMY O'DOUL has travelled the world  to bring back many artifacts, antiques and  curiosities ��� to build a very unique decor  - like the stained glass doors to the entrance of the restaurant, or the solid wood  telephone booth in the bar, or the carved  antique bar Itself. The room ls a collection  of conversation pieces, very tastefully  matched throughout.  service has Its own uniqueness.��Most of the  traditional North American dishes are  represented, but the way they are  presented and cooked show the Influence  of other cultures ���. such as the multitude  of fresh sliced fruit served with each meal,  or the rice combination and tho sauce dips.  The dining room, with full length glass  windows and overhead skylights afford a  view of colorful Robson Strausse from any  of the tables that aro arranged In levels ���  each one with its own form of privacy.  Only the bar tucks snugly away at the back  of the restaurant In the lower area.  The place feels crowded and yet  comfortable with high-backed��� wicker  choittr-^  MUmJfld rotating ceUln* fans. Add thit to  the helpful and friendly service of the  youthful staff and you have a fun place to  spend your time and a great place to eat  when you're in town.  showing and selling their designs, batiks  and stained glass from the farm at the end  of Tyson Road. Mariko Kiooka, Jane Allen  and Sue Elliot are dress designers, as is  Nancye. Corlynn Cierman will display her  batik and Dosie Bryant her stained glass  which I have seen and I find perfectly  _de_ightfi_lJDon^__pectanythin&��verage7-  When 13ay original that's exactly what I  mean. These ladies are well travelled, new  and unique. Now this should be an eye-  opening and happy event.  ���Marcia Poultice  A fine line  Sweathogs and sweethearts  ^  :.by Bruce Robinson  The last time I*was in Vancouver I  heard that some, old friends were  organizing a high school reunion for  graduates from West Van Secondary in  1969. Although I am curious to see how  various people are doing, and in spite of  the fact that at such an occasion I could  spend time with friends I wouldn't see  otherwise, I must admit mixed feelings  about going tomyold high; school..  First, I think I would grow very weary  of telling a hundred people what I am  doing and where I am living and who I am  seeing. Of course, one could always type  up a brief resume covering the last ten  years,, make some copies and hand them  out at the party. But that's only a partial  solution.' There's still no way to avoid  talking about the past and that's one thing  which, In most cases/1 cannot abide.  Whenever events of the past are discussed,  all sense of perspective seems to vanish.  What was merely an occurrence becomes  an exploit, and what was genuinely an  exploit ls re-told, re-hashed* re-lived and  justbaslcally exhausted to the point where  you wish it had never happened in the first  place. Old conversations, too, are altered;  embellished so that they are appropriately  witty and clever.  We live a similar lie through  photographs. When we glance through  photo albums with friends, we see shining,  smiling faces which often we incorrectly  translate. While we are gleefully  reminiscing about the marvelous time we  all had at the beach that particular day, a  subconscious knowledge Is repressed, an  awareness that a great time was not had  by all. In fact, it might have been boring as  hell at the beach, but pictures just don't  elicit that kind of Information. The smiles  In the photograph conceal sand in the  trunks and grease on the french fries.  But even though I would want to avoid  reunion, I would still look forward to  discussing the present with some peoplo.  Not so much the regular fare, that is, their  occupations, their hobbles, or their  favourite restaurant. What I would like to  do Is to see how far they've come as  people.  A lot can happen in ten years. I know  there have been some Interesting paths  followed by members of that class. The  same kid I played miniature golf with In  my bock yard ls now a Buddhist monk In  India. I have another friend who Is  working on hla doctorate in history in  Marseilles, France. A third member of the  '69 class Is a deep sea diver, working on  the oil rigs In the North Sea. He ls the only  surviving member of hla diving class. The  rest have all perished, doing the same kind  of work he Is doing. These are three people  with whom I would really like to reaquaint  myself.  them, I suppose. The tough guys, the tough  girls ��� voted least likely to succeed.  Well, our sweat-hogs did succeed.  Three of them are millionaires, I'm told,  ._*  T  not that money is necessarily a sign of  success. Many people make barrel, of  money but as people are sadly impoverished. That, apparently, is not the  case wth "The Sweat-hogs." Once they got  out of school, they reallyjturned their lives  around. I'm sure that there would be a big  difference between the way they carry  themselves now as opposed to the manner  in which they used to skulk around the  school. It would be worth the price of  admission alone to find out how they  managed to deflect all the negativism they  received in school, transforming those  experiences into something constructive  and positive.  There will, I'm sure, be casualties in  the class of '69, both literally and  figuratively, and somebody will probably  come expressly to sell vacuum cleaners or  life insurance to their old school chums.  But there are bound to be some fascinating  characters present if they are anything  like they were in high school.  And then there is' my high school  sweetheart. Hmm...maybe I'll just drop in  for a while...  Unified W  to Hydro  Editor, The Times:  When a large number of residents of the  Sunshine Coast confronted B.C. Hydro in  the Community Hall at Madeira Part; over  the 'Battle of the Bulge' on Saturday,  March 31, It was gratifying to see the  whole community blending their talents to  present a strong, unified "NO" to the  proposed Cheekeye-Dunsmuir double 600  kilovolt transmission line.  The Refreshment Committee would  like to thank all the people who so  generously donated,, made sandwiches  and-or cookies that so greatly enhanced  the success of the meeting���not forgetting  the clams tool  Vivian Cowell, Iris Griffith, Evans  Hermon, Solvelgh Harrison and Sylvia  Wbw-swbrth.  ITS UP TO YOU    sill  $$::MELP PREVENT.!!!  ^*;-'Wg CANCER/ -#|&  0YOU KNOW  "S-IMK&DOUTIT.  CANADIAN  CANCfR  SOCIO Y The Peninsula Times PageA-3   -WednesdaV-s-AnriLlS. 19T9  -MORE-ABOIITttt --���-. - --*���  ���Utility corridor  . ���From Page A-l  concern that building permits in Sechelt  and West Sechelt would have to be stopped  for the summer months because of water  supply shortages brought about by heavier  use and the existing smaller-sized line,  being unable ^o supplyr the increased  summer water needs.  "The ministry in Victoria has placed a  dollar figure on the 25 existing acres and  the ten additional acres needed . . . The  band has prepared its own appraisal. They  are meeting to see if they are close,"  Nicholson said.  He said a letter sent to the Band  suggested that if the price of the easement  prepared by the government is similar to  that prepared by the Band, then they  -would ask-to begin-work-immediately.-He-  said the Band had agreed to such a  suggestion.   m  THERE WERE SIGHS of relief and  even a few jokes as the fifth and final  draft of the GVRD and school district  No. 46 joint agreement was signed by  chairman Don Douglas. _  SEPTIC TANK PRACTICES by Peter  Warsball. Doubleday Anchor cl979  paperback, 177 pages, fllus., $4.95.  Although not a topic for polite conversation," bif fy~~ history makes - for -  fascinating reading;. It is a subject usuaUy_ ,  reservedTfof the day'wheif The Flush "  doesn't and something must be done. All  the while we ignore our sewage practices,  nature does not. The average  thirty  flushes per day of the modern family home  means that the soil in and around the  septic fields becomes more and more  compacted as smaller particles sift their  way to the bottom of the drainage basin.  Water being what it is, travels the route  down to the rivers and seas, sometimes  -causin&-_problems_-if���_iot���-Cftrefu.Uy-_--  managed.  Fortunately, we have experts watching  the-process- and���making -stringent-  regulations to keep the whole thing under  control. The book does suggest maintenance of the home septic situation, but is  most interesting in the alternate methods  of dealing with human waste that it  presents.  Beginning in the past, Peter Warshall  tells the history of the toilet. In one form or  another it has been with us ever since  fastidious folk decided that elimination  could present problems. Some countries  use human waste the same as.we would  Last year, there were more than  2300 forest fires in British Columbia,  and overaJhir(iwerereportecJ by _.:.,  private citiiens.  This year, we're opening the fire season  even earlier ��� April 15th.  Jf you see a fire, call for help. Dial  the operator and ask for our toll-free  forest protection number ZENITH 5555.  On April 15th; join the fight against fire.  Help us save the forest from excess  damage. That way, we all enjoy the  benefits.  For information on fire prevention ask for our  free guide called "Campfires and Closures". It's  , available at any Ministry of Forests office.  We're in this  together.  Province of  British Columbia  Ministry of  Forests  that of animals for fertilizer. Some have  developed elaborate systems for using .  "greywater" or non-septic water waste to  recirculate through the household for use  as bathroom flush water. Some have  devised ways of having in-house outhouse  -toUete ttet permit-under-house~collection--=  and composting systems. There are  sections on electric toilets, freeze toilets,  humus toilets and of course, the king of  them all,,ye olde backyard priwy. The  latter is still considered the most effective  method of all by experts.  The tradional outhouse lasts a family  irf^fourrftfrten-yearsrlt-costslessthan���  fifty dollars, requires almost no maintenance and is reliable except for weather  below zero. It employs aerobic, anaerobic  composting with little infiltration and is  very stable. Of course, they are not legal  everywhere, which seems somewhat incongruous in light of our healthy  forefathers.  For those of you considering building a  new house or changing your living habits  to those more in tune with ecological  practices, SEPTIC TANK PRACTICES,  might be of interest. There are diagrams  and photographs on almost every page as  well as comparison charts and an ap-  p^nc^. which tells one where to find  maje^ials to make some of,the systems  illustrtted. "s  Even if you are not in the market for a  different septic arrangement, the books  makes you aware of the need for control of  what goes into the soil. One teaspoon of soil  contains millions of little creatures upon  whom we depend for food production and  ma-ntenanceof^Mturalharmony on earth.  What we put into it stays there to be either  reused or to rob.. _7._.._..  MORE ABOUT ...  ���SCRD "amiss"  ���From Page A-l  but said he didn't schedule an interview  with htm after he had received a written  application, because by then he had a good  Idea of Ackerman's qualifications.  He said he wanted to hire an applicant  who had completed the six-month course  at Malaspina College, Nanaimo, in plant  maintenance and operation.  He indicated Ackerman's wok on the  project had familiarized him with the  collection system but not with the actual  treatment system.  Dixon said he had also placed a  requisition for the position with the local  Manpower office In Sechelt.  At the regular board meeting Thursday, a motion was passed to advertise  locally with required qualifications for  regional position vacancies and to send a  letter of apology to Ackerman from the  board for being late in replying to his  application.  It was agreed Ackerman had not been  dealt with unfairly and that regional officials had gone through proper procedure  In hiring the position.  "We have Just erred in courtesy," dir.  Charles Lee Said.  funeral  So spare your family the added grief and  confusion of funeral arrangements.  You can have the last word on the last      J      "*" ,��.--����_.-��.-._.-.-.-._.-._._._._,-  thing In your life. Your funeral. ! To; MEMORIAL,SOCIETY OF B.C. '  Protect your family from the stress of P.O. Hon 5 240, Vancouver, B.C, J  deciding your final arrangements, Plan J V6H4D3 I  ahead for the possibility that you could i i  unexpectedly die, You can specify n simple     J  l/wc nrc Interested In the nlmsof (ho Society. {  nnd dignified funeral, burial, cremation or... J        n wantmore Information    .,....,,.  memorial service, And It won't cost your       i p wish to enrol now, i  family unnecessary expense. t I  It's your funeral, so two your wishes     !��__._ !  re<,prdednow. Join the B.C. Memorial , ���mcW  - J  Society and take a worry off your mind.        i i  For the sake of the family you love. ' AflcireM  - - - ��� - -  |  -~---jfflwMviiM4aNtoiilai^��ff'S��0^�� l���r,���^^  - PoitftL   .���'....  contact undertow for this area, First I City/town Code  ,  Memorial !fervIc<S��Od: now has fl.ft��.rilty    ] ���; < Amount; i  at 2808 Mt, Lehman Rd��� Abbotsford, B.C.    j Nuwe    - --'������* enclosed J  Memorial Soelctv of B.C./NlA " Membership SIS for each uJi^lt '  Telephone 68B-625f>        \\./        (No dmr*. for .li|l<l..n under I'M  ���ill ���llWi..si|i|����*sli*W��*^iii^ili��i*i^��*��^ii*-WwWWI I ��ll^__-l|-MIS-M��^---sitiw^ ill Ml���I.  1*1  ATA SUNWORTHY  TJ|y YES-YOU-CAN WALLCOVERINGS  YOU. CAN DO IT LIKE _A_P_R0  ���>m'>  '��=_:  DEEP AND ACCENT  COUORS SLIGHTLY  HIGHER PRICED.  v m -   On Saturday, April 21st  from 10 am to 4 pm,  we will be holding in the store  "A SPANTEX  DEMONSTRATION"  come and meet  "BUD" from  GENERAL PAINTS.  Hell answer all  your painting  questions.  IBSDNS  688-6814  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Sunthlne Coast Hwy, Olbsons,   *  or i886?8141  "FOR AU YOUR BUILDING NEEDS" pag��A-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday) April 18,1979  5>eche/fnoies^  fiif^earpin^xy^sbotrm  By Peggie Connor; 885-9347  a Bangqr Class Corvette, and the "Gulf  Stream" was a converted yacht that had  seen service with the Navy loaned to them  -*y-owner-eaptain-tewl_t-���oler-Beautiful-  -sleek veisselsr:-j     -;- ���-   ��� ���  /Hired by the government as an inspector of Naval ship construction in  __Montr(_al,__Quebec,_.fiS Jhe-Giiif-JLine-went-  outof business, he worked there until he  retired sever! or eight years ago.  ���^HHater-setttedniown~in^a-lft_-:njir  retirement until his death at 73 years. He  was born in Grandview district of Vancouver.  Pender Harbor Hosp. Aux.  Members: An important date to  remember is M&y 9, when our Auxiliary  combines its regular meeting with its  Annual Membership Tea. You are  reminded that each member should try to  bring a possible new member.  Residents: We need new blood! Most of  our present members have been working  for many years. They are young in heart  and-spirit-but~need'the-support~of ~a~  younger group preparing to take their  place^Do come to our tea and hear what  Dr. Paetkau, our guest speaker, has to say  about the hospital and the value.to it of  volunteer workers.  The meeting was concerned mainly  with two upcoming events. First, the  Membership Tea. Doreen Webb is convenor and this should assure guests of a  pleasant afternoon.  The second order of business was  further preparations for the Annual Fish  Derby to be held at the beginning of  August. In addition to prizes for fish,  . caught, thege will be a draw for a seven-  day trip for two to Reno.  Gladys Brown's M-nl^nrifTShop'Ts"  doing well. Donations are needed con-  - stantlyf������^-��� -= -���  Items for the Hospital Gift Shop were  handed in. Yarn is available for those  willing to knit or crochet.  JeanWhittaker  Publicity Chairman  Pender Harbour happenings  Bananas play off  by Doris Edwardson 883-2308  FIFTY-YEAR PIN TO OSBORNE  Charter member of Mt. Elphinstone  Lodge Nor^Or-ifriHemBer of No. 16 and  No. 30, Ted Osborne, was presented with,  his* 55-year pin by past district deputy  Grand Master Thompson from Masonic  Lodge No, 16, Mission. Sixteen lodge  members from Mission were present on  this occasion April 9, as well as a good  turnout of local members.  Ted was instrumental in starting No. 30  in 1945, and with its becoming active in  1949.  Bob Leask, on behalf of Mrs. Grace,  Chin-mings, presented Ted with Bob  Qimmings Georgian Chapter cuff links.  G_BSONSHOSTllT-E_tTENDE-rCARE~  Saluting three patients on their birthday-month the Gibsons Aux^  Mary's. Hospital provided the usual  foodies complete with birthday cake on.  londay, April 9; x  Tom Wood, 95 years old, is well known  up and down {his coast, both in the logging  industry, and coastal boats, and as an  engineer he fitted in either occupation.  Constantine Zilkin and Don Stewart were  the other two celebrants .helping 7 in.  blowing out Ihe candles.  Gibsons Auxiliary members Annie  Metcalfe, May Winning and Leila Connie  provided some good bingo games for  included a card with their favorite recipe  written ori it, a lovely momerito of that  "evening. H     :  Karen will wedSteve.Horton. June 23, at-  St. Hilda's Church.  HOSPITAL UNION DANCE  The April 7 dance put on by the  members of the St. Mary's Hospital Union  was a fun-filled evening as 85 to 90 people  danced to the music of Russ Clarke and the  Sunshine Ramblers.  FOUNDER OF GULF LINES DIES  Ted LePage was planning a trip to  Sechelt and area this year. Then he broke  his leg. Next, word came that he had died  on April'9. Longtime-friends Ada Dawe  "and-Phyllls^aTker--^  him a year or so ago in -Halifax, Nova^  ScotlaraM saidliTwasTafciarn good cook  and host. The late Jim Parker came up  here in the first place due to Ted. Jim ran a  small boat ferry service before going into  the hardware business.  Grandfather LePage owned the glue  factory in Gibsons selling Gut to present,  owners then spent every nickelvhe had  fighting them to not use his name, unsuccessfully. . ..'-.-     Ted was Bill Dolmaige's deckhand on  Bill's first boat in 1919.  He  apprenticed   at  A.W.   LePages  shipyard in Coal Harbour, then two years  New from Canada's Largest  Wood Stove Company....  "THE FISHER  FIREPLACE INSERT"  J&C  ELECTRONICS  885-2568  Rads Shack  -outh��xl_��d.5at*��-C*is1r*-  Cewri* St., SocMt, B.C.  Al f MOON INN  & SERVICES        885-5500  entertaiiime_rtr-Mary~_focdor_aidr~H^  ���WE HAVE GAS & DIESEL  PUMPS & TOW TRUCK SERVICE.  PH Bananas  Play-off game will be held on Sunday,  Aprir22at*e-PenderH_rrboi_rSecTm^-__7"  School grounds. Bananas play Wakefield  Stompers. Don't bring lunch as there will  be hot dogs and hamburgers for sale, also  refreshments.  The Bananas are in second spot at the  end of the year by one point. Winner of the  game on the 22nd will play off for first  place tropny on April 28. Place and time to  moon Bay member who is in charge of  ECU volunteers provided piano accompaniment to Happy Birthday singing.  It was great for the patients to have a  luncheon and the show. Tickets are at the vmw ������.���_.��. .��� .���.v       ��-.������-_��___���_.���,,  MJ^^ionBw Md are^  vniif*o finnr ___,__.._.__ _    .   w _       _ .       *  Canadian Navy sent Bill and Ted on loan to'  the Royal Navy where they spent five  years (war years) on salvage vessels  around Europe.  ���RESTAURANT OPEN  THURSDAY. FRIDAY, SATURDAY ft SUNDAY   HOURS: 4:30 P.M. -10:00P.M.   be published.  Pender Harbour Soccer Club is sponsoring a tournament in Pender Harbour on  May 12 and 13. Soccer Dance on May 12  at the Pender Harbour Community Hall at  9 p.m. with a real cool 'Arctic Madness'  from Richmond. (Soccer team needs more.  sponsors). More news later oh our local  ball teams.  FASHION SHOW  The Ladies Auxilary to the Royal  Canadian Legion Br. 112 are having their  Fashion Show at the Pender Harbour  Community Hall on Saturday, April 21 at  12:30 p.m. The fashions come from Family  Fashions in Madeira Park. There wttl^je ^Bonnet Contest were*-1st~- VLEvansjijpd  clothes modelled from the 1920s to the 70s   ���Sylvia Ryker, 3rd-��� Francis Lajlar)  by male and female models. Raffles and  door prizes. Admission price of $3 includes  yours now.  EDWIN REID  Memorial services were held at PH  Community Hall on Saturday, April 14 in  the memory of one of the Harbour's top  high-line fishermen, Eddie Reid   Eddie, although a young man, was a  veteran fisherman on tl_e^oa-rt7^i__-ing~  halibut, herring, and salmon. Rough seas  were a challenge and he made his living in  weather many other fishermen would  never have dared to.  There was standing room only as  everyone came to honor and pay their  respects to Eddie. He may be gone from  sight but not from mind, as each and every  one will always have fond memories of one  of our greatest friends.  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BR. 112  The Easter Bonnet Parade and Dance  last Saturday evening at the Legion Hall  was a big success. Music was by the  Harbour Lights. .Winners, of ..the. Easter,  There will be another meat draw at the  Legion on Saturday, April 21 at 2 p.m.  ACCOUNTING TECHNICIANS  QUESNEL   Rigsby, Lea, Barr & Co, Chartered Accountants, have vacancies in  their Quesnel office for experienced accounting technicians whose  duties will include writing up accounting records, preparation of  firtancial statements, preparation of Income tax returns and all  other work Incidental to our client accounting service.  Remuneration offered will be higher than average and Will include  medical and dental plans and group Insurance as well as assistance  in meeting removal expenses.  Al (applications will be treated In strict confidence, must include full  details of educational qualifications and previous experience, ahd  should be addressed to: The Staff Partner.  Rigsby, Lea, Barr & Co.;  345 St. Laurent Avenue  Quesnel, B.C.  V2J 2E1  present to enjoy the party with them.  RAINY DAY BRIDGE TOURNAMENT  Or ��� Drop of the; Hat play, this is for.  whomever wishes to play, so put your  name in to Margaret Humm, 885-2840. This  gets you on the list and you had better  hurry, they want the names by April 20,  -TtMs-Friday:   You change partners and play as an  individual, and the winner is based on an  overall average. The fee is 75 cents, and  the sponsor is the Sechelt Auxiliary to St.  Mary's Hospital.  There were two errors on names for the  Merry-go-round_bridge _ write-up, Ruthe _  Steele played with Joan Telbrock, and  Nancy Lawson's partner was Marion  Proulx. Sorry for the confusion.  NAVAL CAREER FOR TONY EVANS  Reg and Anne Evans are justifiably  proud that after 12 arduous months of  naval training and study their son Tony  has earned his commission in the Royal  Canadian Nap.^IJe now. pushes on.to'  further^thing^ in thisfechnicalworldtof f?  the sea with its highly sophisticated  equipment.  Second Lieutentnat Tony Evans  graduated in Victoria April 4 with both  parents on hand for the ceremony.  GUEST SPEAKER FOR BUSINESS  WOMEN N.  For those interested in the Business  and Professional Women's Club the  provincial vice-president Mrs. Beverly  Hoy of the Vancouver Club, will speak  April 25 at Chatelech Secondary School at  7:30 p.m. in Room 112. Phone Jean Ferrie,  885-5017, for more information. The  meeting is open and does not require you  to join.  SHOWER FOR KAREN  Janice Mullen hosted a shower for  Karen Dombroski Saturdays April 7.  Unfortunately no one realized there was no  6:15 ferry that week so there was a delay  in the arrival of the special guest. Fifteen  friends were present with several more  sending gifts. Besides a gift, each person  started the Gulf Lines' three vessels that  plied the local waters. The "Gulf Wing"  was a"Navy Fairmile, the "Gulf Mariner"  OPatATOft.  Will receive their  1978 PARTIAL INTEREST  REIMBURSEMENT  under the Agricultural Credit Act  if they are eligible and apply  not later than  APRIL 30,1979  Application forms are available at  offices of the British Columbia  Ministry of Agriculture, Banks,  Credit Unions, Farm Credit  Corporation (Kelowna), Federal  Business Development Bank and  Veterans' Land Act (Vancouver).  In order to qualify, farm operators  must submit their application  forms bearing a postmark not  laterthan APRItr30r 1979 to: "  British Columbia Ministry of  Agriculture  Agricultural Credit Branch   '  Parliament Buildings    '  Victoria, British Columbia  V8W2Z7        ��� .  Applications should be mailed  early to avoid delays In receiving  benefits, The reimbursement level  for 1978 Is 9%.  Further enquiries should be  directed to your local British  Columbia Ministry pf Agriculture  office or the Agricultural Credit  Branch, Victoria at 387-5121.  (local 213 or 247).  Province of  British Columbia  Ministry o| Agriculture  T  The Clarksons ��� 8 miles north of Sechelt ��� Hiway 101.  First  Whole or Half, Gov't Inspected  PORK LOIN  TABLERITE MEATS  $139  lb.   JL  $139  .-_���._j_:._.__,���  $189  $139  Bone In, Gr. A Beef  BEEF BLADE STEAK  CROSS RIB ROAST  PORK SHOULDER  BUTT ROAST Bon.!...  FRYING CHICKEN  BREASTS 3 lb. poly bag  FRYING CHICKEN  lb  lb. _���_  Ib.  >rox  DRUMSTICKS a,TW  SIDE BACON CHUNKS  Olympic, Vac Pack lb.  SKINLESS WIENERS  Tablerlte, 1 lb. pkt. ea.  PRODUCE  POTATOES  B.C. No. 1 Dryb.lt  BROCCOLI  California   **���*������  Ib.  ORANGES  Navel, Slie 56*  lb*.   . " ~f:   -      '      ���ifr,*>-> ���.��'.  GROCERY  DOG FOOD OQC  Society  15 oz. tin ..   ea. W V  CAT FOOD 9/CK*  Kal Kan 6ox.tln...........   .__._: _m/_-MM.  BEANS WITH PORK 0/QQG  Libby's, Deep Brown 14oz. ..... ml  VV  DETERGENT $Q39  Tide 6 litres 7        %M  FIRESTARTER CEO  Zip, Solid 17 oz.' ...   U||  CHARCOAL BRIQUETTES       $025  King-ford  10 Ib  im  EVAPORATED MILK       9/fiQC  Pacific Toll Tin.  _���/ Ov  SUGAR $009  Granulated 4 kg. 7    fm  MACARONI & CHEESE   h 1% 100  DINNER Catelll  7-1/2 oz T/       JL  FLOUR $099  IOA 10kg    ��l  BATHROOM TISSUE       QQC  IGA  4rolls  99  BATHROOM TISSUE       QQO  Cashmire 4rolls     .. Ov  GARBAGE BAGS ' ftQ��  IGA 10.  UV  CHEESE SLICES ftQ*  IGA, Reg. or Singles 6 oz.   Vv  CHEDDAR CHEESE    1A'-_2L  IGA, Random Weight XV Price  .'*>��������� i ,.  ...'-.,.,���.,���<  PENDERHARBOURCENTRE  Madeira Park ���883-9100  Prices effective April 18-21.  i  \ r ���/:   ���. j  Cavalcade's beginnings  by Marion Alsager, 886-2458  ta��j!_  Wednesday, April 18,1979  The Peninsula Times  -PageA-5-  Elphinstone Pioneer  Society annual meet  KOKT MO0RBY7 KOWBLUK & GO.  CERTIFIED GENERAL ACCOUNTANTS  JOHN W. AAOORBY, C.G.A. Resident Partner  BUSINESS-885-3511      *       Residence - 885-2498  -JR_i_F^H_Hhe40-A__nivei^ Yvonne���and  Sea Cavalcade. We felt it would be of  interesttorenew everyone's! memoryand^  remind you that it was Frank Hayes, the  Co-op manager, ten years ago, who  suggested that it would be a good idea to  have a "party" for the community,  provide some fun, one week-end between  July 1st and Labor Day. The July 1st  celebrations seemed to be coming-to a  close and this "fun" week-end could take  its place. Frank Lewis, Chairman of the  July 1st Committee, offered to turn over  whatever funds left in the July 1st account.  AlLclubs and organizationsLwereasked-.  to send a representative to this first  meeting._AnyJntereated-lnclividualS-iver-e,  also asked to come along. Some of the  names that stand out are Ron Crulce of the  Coast News, Peter Mousakis, Moira  Clement, Bill Scott,' Dick Blakeman,  Mavis Christmas, Qzzie Hincks, Bobbi  Cramer, Jock Bennett and John Wilson.7  Did. Blakeman tells us that John  Wilson came up with the name of Sea  Cavalcade. The treasurer that first year  was E. Nyfors, the Royal Bank Manager^  as everyone thought he would be the ideal'  person for the position of treasurer.   ...  _ Colleen (Husby) Procknow was our.  very first Sea Cavalcade Queen. We  remember���tlat-the-Queen-jcont  interviews took place at a picnic table in  Kinsmen Park.  The firemen were the "mainstay" in  marshalling the events, particularly tfre  tike racers, some of whom came from  town. They also changed the date of the  Water Sports in order that they be held in  conjunction with the Sea Cavalcade.  Moira Clement suggested that the.  Cavalcade be opened with a "Bang" and  so the pirate ship "Maru" was born and  "Blown Up."   W.A__C.__Bennett, PremJerjof BXl.of-  ficially opened our first Cavalcade ahd~  MLA Isobel Dawson was a guest.  After the Cavalcade week-end was  over, the committee held a "Deficit  Dance" to help defray expenses. We were  told that Bobbi Cramer coined the title for  this final event. It was a huge success and  helped financially to launch the Cavalcade  for the next year.  On Saturday, April 7, the 1978-79 Sea  Cavalcade Queen, Melanie Mahlman,  attended the Lieut. Governor's Ball in  Victoria.  STAR IN TOWN  ReneSimard, nationally known TV star  was in our town, appearing in the_Beach-  comber episode, "The Songwriters."  During one bf. the filming segments with  Simard, Johiiny Smith was the "stand in"  for him when he did a "falling overboard  stunt" aboard Ken Crosby's boat the  "Happy Face."  ANOTHER INQUIRER  Dick Blakeman tells us that a reporter  from the Philadelphia Inquirer telephoned  him for an interview re the nuclear  disaster at Middleton, Perm., Three Mile  Island plant. This was quite a surprise for  Dick and he asked the reporter how she  managed to track him down. Her reply  was, "Oh, some of the boys at 'the plant'  told her where he lived. She promises to  mail the newspaper clippings of her write-  up to Dick. ed. note: The Times carried an  Interview with Blakeman by our own  "inquirer" Helen Parker last week.  Joyce Smethurst told us that the  enumerators only had 3 days to do their  enumerating because "the papers" got  lost in the mail, and when they did arrive  there were no "call back cards." So if you  were NOT called upon, check the Poll  Notices which are usually within the  boundaries in your area and the name of  your enumerator will be on it. Phone her to  be registered on the voting list.  SCOTS VISITOR  Yvonne Boyd had the pleasure of entertaining Elizabeth Falrgrleve of Dun-  Elizabeth have been "pen pals" since they  were 12years~oldrEli-Bbetir-S a therapist^  TOURISM NEWS  Rick Antonson, guest speaker at the  Gibsons Chamber of Commerce meeting:  Wednesday night, told us he is not a  government employee, he. works for the  Southwestern B.C. Tourist, Association.  He is a regional co-ordinator and we"  are one of the nine geographical areas that  he    represents.    John   Kavanaugh,  proprietor of The Cedars, is on their board  of directors. For this year's information,  the-SBCTA-hasput-out -a newr upgraded-  Regional Map which includes the Sunshine,  -Goastra-new-Guide Book-which-has done-  away with the 16 area Black Books, a  visitor's Map and a Fairs and Festivals  Book in which Gil&pns Sea Cavalcade and  Dog Fish Derby are advertised.  :��� Antonson   also-, told . us   that   this  association gave three travel counsellors a  tour of the Sunshine Coast. They put out a.  newsletter monthly. All these books and  maps will be at the Tourist Mormatlon;  'Centre which is located at the entrance to  the Sunnycrest Shopping Mall, next to the  Chevron Gas Station. He also informed us  that recreational property and motel taxes  have been reduced after the tourist season  over.���Their-associati<��--has-been--in--  - At the annual meeting^ the Elphin-  stone Pioneer Society last week in the  museum building at Gibsons, the mem-  -bership-jreturned-the-entlre-S-ate-oLJn-  cumbent executive for another term of  office. These included Sheila Kitson as  president, Gary Kent as vice-president,  Ardith Kent, recording secretary, Non-  Hill, membership secretary and Lenore  Inglis, treasurer.  In the absence of the president, the  chair was taken by vice-president Gary  Kent. He reported on applications for  grants which bring'financial assistance  from the Koerner Foundation to be used  for the photograph collection,_from^ the  B.C.~Museum andTArcHv^ Development"*"  Fund to be used for accommodation for  Triorerbooks~and to~imprdvelhe-llghting tor-  the museum. The provincial Youth Employment Program grant will enable the  museum to hire a student to-work during -  the summer and Gibsons municipality has  provided funds to be used for general  purposes in the work of the Society.  . The- chairman- reported on - con- -  versations  with  the  B.C.   Museum  Association- and the B.C..Historical-  Association urging that the Elphinstone  Pioneer Society become a member of the  latter organizations at a cost of $25. A"  suggestion that the money be raised by an  increase in membership dues was turned  auspices of-the-Elphinstone- Student  Research Productions and David Helm-  em! the  services  of  the-District-  Resource   Centre   in   the   museum  photographic program.  It was announced that some 120  children from Oakridge are expected to  visit the museum on May 8,9 and 10 and  the executive made an appeal for volunteer supervisory, help on those days.  Several suggestions were made by the  members on the problem of museum  accommodation, a situation described by  the chairman as ''desperate".  The Elphinstone Pioneer Society would  welcome more members and any interested areinvitedto- callviceipresident-  Gary Kent at 885-2971, or the membership  chairman-Mrs-Hill-at-886^98t ^^~-  MSHERS-DRYERS-DISHWASHERS-MICRO-OVENS  !-year guarantee on airports $~1abor  5-year warranty, on the dryer_.drurn���.  10-year guarantee on washer transmission  Lifetime guarantee on stainless steel  "Washer tub  WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL  MADEIRA APPLIANCES  883-2648  t  Science  strumental in having mobile signs used at  ferry line-ups to direct tourists to the  correct lanes for ferry boarding.  ���Jor_��McRaerd_amber--President,~an"~  nounced that the federal government has  allotted $6,000 toward salaries for Tourist  Counsellors who will be working on our  ferries this summer.  The federal government also contributed $7,074 to employ iive students to  build the trail from lower to upper Gib:  sons. There will also be a paying supervisory position.  CYCLING RACE     .  There will be a cycling race June 2 and  3 startinglnTribsons and going to Flume  Road, down Flume Rd. to lower Roberts  Creek Rd. and back three times.  -SLIDES ��� -        Jo-Anne Bushneil, Co-ordinator to our  Community Services Society showed  slides on the many facets of assitance that  their society offers, the Mini-bus, the  Alternate School, Day Care centre,  helping in the. home , taking the elderly  shopping, and volunteers are always  needed, particularly for-transportation  services. ���   -."-_/���.... 7.  MARINA PLANS     %*'*  Ian Morrow gave a report on the upcoming marina plans and showed the  members the final plan, which the federal  government has accepted. There will be  room for 440 boats and parking for 200 cars  and 30 trailers,and campers. The cost of  the marina is 1.66 million. The Federal  -government will give $830jOQQ-and the  "olown^-Oavor of a drive to~_ncrease~  membership.  Marta   MacKown,   a   teacher   at  Elphinstone .School, invited interest in a  toninrtol^heM-in^e-_wondaTy-school-  gymnasium April 21 and 22 under the  "... and after the fire a still small  voice." (1 Kings 19:12). So the voice of God  came to Elijah, and in the world's turmoil  to-day it is still speaking to us.  _[ In Miscellaneous Writings, Mary Baker  Eddy writes, "Error is" only-Iermentihg,  and its heat'hissing at the "still, small  voice" of Truth; but it can neither silence  nor disarm God's voice, Spiritual  wickedness is standing in high places; but,  ^-in*tolt_rowirfateritwmi;ui-iblrintathe-  bbttomless."  ��-xpand4Frto  Little "Rabbit" Figuries for youryoung  none'st?o_lec^on-~"TiST)opU-aras-everl~;:=r-  Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  WHITEHORSE, YUKON  "~"TH=TAlL~SP^  Presently under construction, a shopping  " centre in a rapidly "growing residential areaof ~~  Whitehorse, Yukon. Retail space is available  for a drug store, full service restaurant, variety  store, etc.  For further details, contact  David S. Potter      _   wni  clab Enterprises Ltd.  P.O. Box 3160, Edmonton,  Alberta T5J 2G7  or phone-403-420-6666���  balance is to be funded by the Village. The  Village has spent $170,000 on the  acquisition of land oyer and above the  Village share for the marina.    -���-���-----  ECONOMIC STUDY  Al Wagner spoke on the Economic  Study and stated that there will be a public  meeting on April 23 at the Regional Board  office at 7:30 p.m.  ROOT BEAR HERE  Franz Russel, most commonly known  for his A & W Root Bear commercial role  is also here to do his part in the Beachcombers for this ls his fourth appearance  with show.  PRIEST LEAVING  Father T. Nicholson, Pastor of St.  Mary's Church, Gibsons, Holy Family  Church, Sechelt and Our Lady of Lourdes  on the Sechelt Reserve, has been transferred to St. Paul's Parish in Richmond.  Easter Sunday was to be his last service on  the Peninsula and the new Priest will be  taking over April 22.  THIS IS THE YEAR  OF THE CHILD  Does your Provincial  support:  ���public education?  ���quality education?  ���small class sizes?  ���services for exceptional  children?  VOTE for YOUR CHILDREN  - ��� on MAY 10 - ~  Sponsored by Sechelt Teachers' Association  -V  SOOAL CREDIT  OWN A SHARE OF  RESOURCES  <��.  NDP WANTS  ^AlffEDilUEilT  GOVERNMENT  fONTPftL  whikvi  SOCIAL CREDIT WORKS. FOR YOU N*^-  Page A-6  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, April 18,1979  "^..  ���:.   <-  \  The why of conservation.  Energy is an essential  -p_ti^(>f-dur-moctern4ifestyle7  Without, energy it's back to  caves and candles.  But the world's total  energy resources are becoming  scarcer���and more costly. If we  are to enjoy a reasonable standard  of living in the years to come, we have  to keep an eye on our energy reserves now.  Por some of us, that means forming a whole  new set olhabits���now.  Here'swhatwere  yourinsulatioirtoTecommendedstandardsr-  Based on present energy costs, the cost of  We are participating in test      insulation can sometimes be recovered in as  ograms-to-replaee-t-he-priot-hght _ittte"^-five-ye_tfsrofu5erAfter-that==it,s���  of gas furnaces with electric  rition (no constant pilot), and  |ifInnovations for gas appliances  >roject, we're study-  r    lir^-ahd dollar savings in homes  Tfitted with newly recommended in  levels in roofs, walls and windows, J$ij  inary results are very promisinj  savings in excess of 20% are itK  over levels usually encountered^  money in your pocket.  doing  B.C. Hydro Home  InmiJa&nFn^  Practising what we preach:  At Hydro, conservation Dtegins at  home. So we've initiated a number/of  continuing programs to cut down  own energy use. In our head off!  building, in Vancouver,.  lighting levels have been  significantly reduced in a  number of areas. We're condu  ing ongoing reviews of energy  emcifency in all our buildings*  of course; wehave reduced Oufc  jnostat levels to the temperature  we recommend to other British  Columbia business and industi  ~-���-      At our natural gas he  quarters, in Burnaby, we are now;]  solar water heating system. This [  part of our hot water requirements. "v^eS/^  our new research and development centre is.  completed in Surrey, later this year, its architecture will include integrated solar panel  designs. We will monitor the results closely.  What we learn could be of benefit to  homeowners throughout B.C.  Aerial thermographic surveys:  Hydro is conducting a continuing  series of aerial missions to help British  Columbia homeowners  To date, B.C. Hydro has finance!  over $1,000,000 to customers taking the first  easy step inener^conservation. We make up  to $500.00 available���at a modest 10% finance  charge���for bringing insulation and window  glazing up to recommended standards. The  "Home Insulation Finance Plan" is  available through participating insulation  applicators or re^ilers. ..  ������^  dustry gets the message:  "Save Energy-���Save Money"  is a province-wide program to help  N commercial and industrial energy  users reduce their use���and, of  course, cost-���-of lighting  f energy. Hydro specialists  provide informationdm recommended changes. We also  <jpfer guidance and advice to any  wishing to undertake an audit of its  total energy efficiency.  We're conducting a series of seminars on all  aspects of industrial energy use. These have  been attended by executives and engineers  from some of British Columbia's largest firms.  As proof that business and industry in  this province are taking energy saving  seriously, many firms are now appointing  their first energy conservation officers  Reduce indoor temperatures:  Select the minimum temperature  you need for comfort. Try 20��C  (68��F) for daytime, and  16��C (60��F) at night. Use the  night setting if your home is  unoccupied for a few hours.  It only takes a half-hour or  so for the average home to  return to 20��C. For further  savings, turn off the heat and  close the registers and doors in  unused rooms.  Public information  pi*ograms:  Television and radio  commercials. Posters. Transit  advertising. Displays and  demonstrations. Brochures and  re recorded oh magnetic tape to produce  tfack-and-white  "thermograms". These  pinpoint heat losses by showing them as  whitish or light grey areas���indicating the  need for better insulation. /Uu^m<  The thermograms are w^*��&  displayed in shopping malls,        '-    -^  where homeowners are  invited to come  and see how  their insulation  measures up.  B.C. Hydro  Kersonnel are on  and to help  people locate their  homes and to inter  pret the results. To  date, this program  has shown thousands  of British Columbians  how to save energy an'  money, We expect  thousands more to bene  fight high heating  costs. We're taking  infra-red aerial  pictures of thousands  of rooftops. Individ-   ,.���.      .    ,   ,    . .   ,  *   nal tPmrWahir^    D1" inserts. And print adver-  uai temperatures   tiaements like th�� one you>re  reading now. Hydro is passing  the message along to every  energy user in the province:  We must conserve energy. And  we must do it now.  Secondjjijij scnesA_  'Jr  Here's what  you can do   ��� '������ ��� ��� '> '��� ���  Home heating:  Heating accounts for about  two-thirds of the total energy used in  your home. So this is one area  where a little attention can pay  big dividends. Cleaning or replacing filters twice each heating  season is a good first stop.  m__mmmmmmm-wmmmm-mmm)0mmmmwmm��wtmjmmw^^^  Install adequate insulation:  Take advantage of B.C. Hydro's  Home Insulation Finance Plan to upgrade  Check weatherstripping,  thermostats, dampers:  Make sure windows and doors are  properly weatherstripped to eliminate drafts  and heat losses. Storm doors are another  energy saver.  Thermostats should be located on  inside walls where they are not affected by  heat from the sun or appliances���or by drafts.  Keep fireplace dampers securely  closed when not in use.  Water heating is big too:  ��� Next to home heatings water heating  is the biggest consumer of energy, so check  those drips. One drip per second adds up to a  tankful every week. That's energy ahd money  down the drain.  Make sure the temperature control  on your water heater is at the lowest setting  compatible with cleaning efficiency.  Long pipe-runs waste heating  energy. Water heaters should be located as  close as possible to the point of use.  When this is not feasible, it helps  to insulate the hot water pipe.  mmmmmmimmm^m^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm_wm-wm  lighting is an  "easy waster:  Use the light you  need, but turn off  lights when and where  they're not required. This  saving is at your fingertips.  Fluorescent lights are about  three times more energy-  efficient than incandescent  bulbs, Switch to them wherever  possible. Keep light bulbs and  fixtures clean. A clean 60-watt bulb  outshines a dirty 100. Consider the use  of dimmers and timers to restrict lighting to  the amount and location needed. ,  Other suggestions?  These are only a few of the things  you can do to save energy and money around  your home. If you'd like a free brochure of  energy-efficient ideas for your home, visit or  contact your local Hydro office and asK for  "The Homeowner's Checklist of Energy  Savings".  B��C, HYDRO  ��  WFD UKE TO HELP YOU SAVE ENERGY.  AND MONEY.  \  i  f .'.'V:  -~~\-  f^=^-_^s^_  HaHmoon Bay happenings��� 77 - ~:~~-'��� r :  Kindergarten, primary?  by Mary Tirikley-Shannon 885-9765  The proposal of the School Board to  jhuffteboard tournament. The  combine Wndergarten and Grades'1,2;aiid 7 were adttn^lii^'h^^c$^^^,tiie  Wednesday, April 18,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageA-7  WiMlimjIf-flfMfMII^^  3 in one classroom and under one teacher  foHhe coming year, has aroused concern  among parents. The concern resulted in a  meeting at the Bill Goodman home on  April 12, when concerned parentis had the  opportunity of hearing Lorna Sellars, an  advocate of multigrade primary age  groupings, recounting her experiences and  the results of her studies on this subject.  Also present were Don Douglas, chairman  of the school board, John Nicholson,  Director of Education and Kay Kom-  broski. school board trustee for the  Halfmoon Bay area.  Mrs. Sellars, a practicing classroom  teacher in Burnaby and a teacher__cc_n___  sultant. is at present working on a paper  on multi-grade classes for one of the  universities. Some parents expressed the  view that the Halfmoon Bay School was  not large enough to accommodate all the  necessity kindergarten equipment and  still weave adequate room for the work of  the three grades. Mrs. Sellars said she had  inspected the school and was confident it  could be achieved by using flexible,  movable furniture. She said a K12 group  had been operating in Burnaby for the last  7 - 8 years using a classroom of the same  size at the Halfmoon Bay School.  Despite her eloquence and obvious  filial, winners were Allan and Joan  Mackereth. The two teainswhlcb tied as  runners up were George and MaiyMurray.  and Al and Nancy Lawson.  LANDMARK DISAPPEARS  One of the Welcome Beach landmarks  which has recently been demolished is, the  big old prairie-type house on the Redrooffs  Road across from the Duff and Berthelet  homes. The, old house which was built in  the early 1940's,was named Duff 'n Dorf,1  because it. was owned jointly by the late  Joe Duff, the father of Hugh Duff and Elsie  Klusendorf, the present Elsie Holgate.  The Henry Aussems of Burnaby bought  the^house^from-Elsie^Klusendorf-rat-the  time of her marriage to Roy Holgate and  only recently resold it.  Oldtimers will remember Duff 'n Dorf  for the~quilting bees which were held in the:  big living room in the 1950's. Mrs.  Klusendorf specialized in the making of  quilts, many of which were raffled to raise  money .for .St. Mary's HospitaLand the  Welcome Beach Hall building fund. The  quilting bees; were memorable occasions  for Elsie, who was just as famous for her  cooking as for her quiltmaking, would  serve delicious hot meals for the quitters.  Elsie just passed away at the age of 92.  Eureka is welcoming a new resident,  The regular monthly meeting of the  Roberts Creek Au-dllary was held April 9  in St. Aidan's Hall with 24 members  present!        _  Pres.  Pauline Lamb opened the  meeting with an inspiring poem "It Takes  . So Little". Marjorie Gibb read the March -  l.minutesr"  .% :. v     _..'. \ '   ;7 '���;>  Gladys Ironside scheduled 11 members.  - for 165 hoursJnthe ^ThriflrShop^Bunnjr1  Shupe revealed 16 workers had put in 76  hours in gift-shop, library, physiotherapy  and extended care. Lillian Thomas  reported all in order at the Sunshine fund. _  - Madeline Grose was away with the Flu but  ���: will report on the Library at May meeting.  _ The Hospital Gift shop will not function  for the next four months during next phase  of Hospital extension, The mobile cart will  still be taken around the wards and  volunteers will still be on duty. It is hoped  more volunteer work can be utilized to  show people around during the alteration.  ���Eileen Smith-isin chargecf-the-schedule,-.-  hours 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., broken into suitable  shifts. The concept.of the meeting indicated this was the ideal situation to  : - employ students part time, perhaps with  the aid of a Government Grant.  More knitters are urgently needed for-  Gift Shop items of all kinds. Wool is  available.  Charlotte Raines, again chairman of  the Blood Clinic in the Hospital, June 25, is.  asking donors, to keep this date in high  priority. -.       - - -: -,- ,- --  ;  Three beautiful knitted bunnies 7were_  turned in for, the Gift Shop and a Bingo  game was donated for the pleasure of'  /patients in extended care.  Nov. 10 is set aside for Roberts Creek  Early Bird Christmas Boutique. Members  are already busy on a variety of items.  �� Members are reminded of the Gibsons  Friendship tea in the Roberts Creek  Community Hall. It is hoped we will have a  . good, representation. The date is April 19.  Please note the hew time for the May  meeting ��� St. Aidan's Hall in the evening,  7-8 p.m.  RE-OPENED  ^Dctqmct/t's facial Safen  ^        Laurel Rd., Davis Bay  Specializing in:  * Facials (massage) * Mini Facials  * Manicures (cream or plain) * Eyebrow Arching"   * Make-up * Nutrt-Metics Cosmetics   * Trained Reflexologist  ���- By appointment" "885-9328 "~  WIM��MMflmMlfMMMMMI��_^^  Use 'times' Adbrlef* to Sell, Rent, Buy, Swap etc.  GREAT PACIFIC  HOT  An Experience jn Pleasure and  Relaxation  TO SEE OR TRY FOR YOURSELF  Phone 885-2183 HELEN PHILLIPS  ^enthu_to_mrmost^f^heT)arent_rstilHelt���AsM^N-_ns(M^rthe-babjrdaughterbonrto r  concern over some aspects of the proposal.  They were concerned that tbe prepon-  . derance_.QL.girls.._n Jthe. jxiah_-_i��).---Lttie..  school for the coming year would result in  play equipment being geared towards girls.  They feared that the boisterousness of a  kindergarten in the same room would  affect the work of the older children. They  would like to see a qualified aide made  available, but Don Douglas replied that  there was no precedent for hiring an aide  in such a situation. The maximum number  of children, he said, would be 20, and when  the class exceeded that number, consideration would be given to splitting the  class. He pointed out that the kindergarten  class would probably be included in the  afternoon programme, while most of the  John and Midge Nanson on February 24.  The Nansons moved here from West  Vancouver last October when they bought  Alice Young's house.  SUNSHINE COAST TV  ;     SALES & SERVICE  IN THE  *  OF SECHELT  Now Open MONDAY - SATURDAY, 9:30am ��� 5:3f  885-9816  Ask about our ~  "Package" deals.  ;_=g> Mark of Quality  _MSi_\^iSMjU_^L_W_UI_VS!L  School District No. 46 (Sechelt)  KINDERGARTEN  REGISTRATION  Parents of pupils entering Kindergarten or Grade One in  September, 1979, and who are not registered at, or attending,  one of our schools at present are asked to register on Wednesday* Thursday or Friday, May 2nd, 3rd or- 4th, at their  nearest' elementary school.  Please bring a birth certificate or passport as proof of age.  It is most important that we achieve an accurate  registration in order to staff adequately.  ^ertoits^oT_njft_^-^e_rt--3TWcsnsoveredin-  the mornings.  Seven of the parents, realizing that the  success of the project would depend on  finding a suitable teacher, had submitted  to the School Board a list of the qualities  which they felt should be looked for in the  chosen candidate. The following list is in  order of priority.  The teacher must be a very capable  educator, experienced in teaching multi-  grade primary groupings. They considered that a male or female applicant  should be given equal consideration. The  teacher should be able to utilize community school-district facilities and be  able to develop a sound physical education  programme. They hoped for a teacher who  could gain the respect of students and  establish good behaviour patterns in the  classroom. The teacher, they suggested,  must be flexible, possess warrhth and  must^^ establish good co  between home and school. He or she  should display concern for good health  habits and should model that concern.  They felt a knowledge of the local community would be an advantage.  BINGO NIGHT  . On Saturday, April 21, there will be a  Bingo Night at the Welcome Beach Hall at  8 p.m. Admission, 50 cents, includes  refreshments. Cards are 10 cents each or 3  for 25 cents. Everybody welcome.  The last whist night of the season was  on April 7 when Harold Ives won the prize  for the highest men's score, while Vi  Woodman and Jean Scott tied for the  ladies high score. Winners of the Booby  prizes were BUI Fraser and Mary Shannon.  On April 10, despite the fact that an  exciting hockey game between the Vancouver Canucks and the Philadelphia  Fliers was being televised, a good crowd of  spectators turned up at the Welcome  Beach Hall to watch the final games of the  Halfmoon Bay Rec  The April meeting of the Halfmoon Bay  Recreation Commission was held on the  ninth with a rather small turnout. In the  absence of the chairman Steve Doughty  and the vice chairman Bob Beaupre, both  away on business, past chairman Peggy  Connor took the chair. .   >  The dance that had been planned for  March 31 was cancelled duo to lack of  ticket sales.  The Pancake Breakfast held on  Mother's Day tho last two years has been  put forward to honor Father on his day in  June.  The Commissions will field a team in  the Timber Day special events. Their  choice for Timber Maid is Mrs. Els  (Zuidema) Mercer and with everyone's  help she could win enough points.  More important will be the working  together of our local people as members of  the Commission, Even if you do not take  part in any of the team events there will be  tickets to sell on a BO-W draw, fifty for  expenses and fifty for prize money.  .Already great interest has been shown  but help win be needed to make the float  for the parade.  The next meeting will take place at the  Weteeme Beneb H��ll Monday, May 13 ��t  come out and hear what is going on with  your Recreation Commission. We shall be  glad to see you.  I'f  ���I; ,,. -s. :,     .-^..crt-ii Jj.:��  ��� ---���?'  NCE UPON A TIME, in a land called British Columbia, there lived a man called Bill Bennett.  He wanted to be Premier of the fair land. So he thought, and thought, and thought and, finally,  came up with an idea, n "I will make promised," he said. D So he went out among the people of  the land and gave them promises. To some, he said he would improve their health care. Those who  lived on the land's largest island were guaranteed better ferry service to the mainland.  All this, and more, he promised. He even said to the people, 'Twill  freeze your taxes".    D     Then Bill Bennett became Premier.     ���     He  increased everyone's income and sales taxes.   D   He tripled the cost of  some people's ear insurance,    o     Quadrupled the cost of staying in  a hospital. And doubled tjie people's bus fares. The people on the  island found their ferry rates doubled. Overnight. He even charged  the British Columbians twice as much to go camping in their  land.   D    All in all, he increased people's taxes by 50 percent*  All these payments left the people of the land with very  few coins m their purses io spend in the shops. Sad shop  keepers had to close their doors. Theft Bill Bennett saw  it wasn't working out. So he  began to sell things. The  natural resources, three  ferry ships, a bus line,  one of the fair land's  largest food plants,  and a  pile of other  things,    O   All sold  to people who lived  . 0Rtsj4c.ih.Q.IiJiJia,E4^.^  Integrity in  government.  One more reason.  better oft  OW, Bill Bennett wants to  be Premier again.  He's out among the people.  + Smtrct  IHipnrlmmt of Ptntnrii, Hnnnrlnl nnd Kronnmlr Hrvlnw.  I N    ':���  . \  "\  Politicalpl4yoffsf;..  Like hockey the finals of Canada's  political game are at hand where some  hard checking in the political arena will,  take place before the May 22 election_--___  The Times will publish candid pictured  of well-known political personalities each  week, like this of Diefenbaker, during the_  campaign.        0 '  ���.- Each will have a blank balloon in which  you write what you think is ah appropriately funny expression, thought or  quip. ^  We, have chosen such provocative  portrayals to tickle your sense of humour  and to inspire you to think up suitable  captions to broaden everyone's smiles or  j to downright break us up with laughter!  The winner each week will get two  tickets to, Dick--Boothroyd's���Twilight  'Theatre and tbe prize entry published in  next week's ussue.  'V Print your quip in the blank balloon,  -7cUpJthe.-ent_re picture,attach your namer  , "address and telephone number and send to  J&rliamentary _I5ayjoff8l j?-o_ Peninsula  _ Times, Box 310, Sechelt, or dr��p it into the  office on the Sunshine Coast Highway,  7r~AllTentries to qualify-mustbein-our  office for judging no later than 5 p.m.  Saturday.  In the event of identical entries, the  winner will be the one opened first by our  judges.  Sharpen your pencil and your wits,...  get in on the fun... join the election antics  .. . add win!,   Ready? Let's start with Dief!  PageA-8  The; Peninsula Times  Wednesday, April 18,1979  It's SECRETARIES WEEK  APRIL 22-28  "She Deserves  ANN-LYNN FLOWERS or EXQUISITE BOUQUET  885-9455 886-9222  ^_-_ lujtny��i-ia_-<-tn!i-i,^ll��flM-.  Sachalt  VOLKERKAEAAUNG  GOVERNMENT LICENSED  SUNSHINE COAST PEST CONTROL LTD.  *Pre-Treatment of Buildings Under Construction- - .  *For Guaranteed Control of Carpenter Ants, Rodents and other  Pests.  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  ^   T<W  883-2531  ���s&uavatciftp  a  NEW SERVICE  AB HADDOCK BOAT MOVING  Pender Harbour  ���*-i  PLEASURE. BOATS   -^M!|SH=B��ATS=  v  * WINDERS  LICENSED AND FULLY INSURED  "Serving the Coat, from Powell River to Port Mellon"  DAYS  883-2722  EVES  883-2682  ^  JOHN G. DIEFENBAKER, PC.  Prince Albert, Saskatchewan  Timber Days 79  By CARL CHRISMAS  Important   Notice:   The   meeting  scheduled for Thursday, April 19 must be  postponed untilTriday, April"20;T:3<rp_m.  at the Village office. Anyone requiring  information regarding the above may  phone Carl Chrismas at 885-5200.   OTHER HAPPENINGS  The fishing derby sponsored by the  Sunshine Coast Credit Union will be expanded this year. It will run two consecutive Saturdays, rather than just, the  Sunday as was done last year. The weigh-  ins will be from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. on May 12  and May 19. We will also make an effort to  provide a little entertainment during the  hour.  Also this year, to commemorate 'Year  of the Child', Larry McDonald will be  presenting a trophy to any child accompanied by a parent, who weights in the  largest fish. A nice gesture!      There  will be No entry fee this yearlAltthalrisr  required is that each fish be accompanied  by a real, live person!  NURSERY RHYME THEME  The Sechelt merchants and business  men seem to be entering into the spirit of  the Nursery Rhyme Theme by dolling up  their stores and staff. Prizes will be given  for "Utile Lord Fauntleroy", "Utile Bo-  Peep" or any other theme from child  mythology or dream world. We expect the  contest will run for the week prior to  Timber Days, with judging and presentations made during official functions.  - No VIP receptions this year. Instead,  "weTTOU-diike U) presei-Hheidds-wia-rfree-  goodies on the field, such as hot-dogs, pop  and ice cream. Don't worry, parents!  JVelUfindjon^  their, little   tummies   will   not   be  overloaded!...  As many of our committee members  have been away on holiday this past week  or more, we are a bit behind. But just wait  until after our next meeting! We'll pull all  the stops.  Don't forget! New date for the, next  meeting is Friday, April 20, Village office  at 7:30 p.m.  f'gPZSb-Z}  Tlie streets are for  the people.  Exercise your rights.  Walk a block a day.  L  PBtmcipacnank  s Tho C.nMiim movtmtnl lot p��tson��l tilnsss  4-WHEEL DRIVE  NEW 1979 MODEL  4x4 HILUX  PICKUP  Very Limited a���ftrt���  Supply, only $7,995. Plus 4% tax  SAVE OVER  $1,300.  Limited supply  Unci CrOinar'  Hardtop  Brand new 1978  Land Cruiser 4x4 ^ _ ftftcl  Hardtop, only    $8,995. 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Enquiries Welcome!  ��� FREE COFFEE ��� FREE INSTALLATION WITH PURCHASE  ��� GABRIEL SHOCKS���free installation with purchase  i ALSO SPECIALIZING IN BRAKE REBUILD.NG-  DISC & DRUM -MOST PARTS IN STOCK.  the Management of Coastal Tires wishes to thank  our patrons for their patience during our renovations.  COASTAL TIRES  TIRE, SUSPENSION & BRAKE CENTRE  886-2700  Ma��t��r Charg*  AFTER  1 mile west of Gibsons It's a shame"  may not  be big winners  "Strict new limits on political can**  paign expenses will affect the outcome <J��  this federal election," predicts Ray Skellyl  NDP candidate for Como'z-Powell Rivefe-  "In the last election the big spenders"  were the big winners," Skelly said,  referring to a 1974 Vancouver Sun survey  featuring Ron Basford's $41,000 campaign  ($2.50 per vote) as the most glaring  example of lavish expenditure from a long  list of expensive campaigns.'.  "Voters will have a better chance to see  the issues clearly if they are not buried in a  barrage of slick advertising," Skelly saiii.  "The NDP, which has traditionally run  ",a low-budget campaign and relied on  jvolunteer workers, will not be affected by  ;the new Election Act, but the other major  .parties will have to trim their budgets and  change to NDP style campaigning, if they  pre to stay within the law. They'll find it a  challenge," he added.  ,. The new act limits advertising to a  period beginning 29 days and ending two  days before the election.  7- "It's a shame there isn't legislation like  this provincially," he concluded.  Police report    Mailboxes, break-ins  MANY PERSONS took advantage of Church from the organist's loft to the  the open house Saturday to examine   large meeting room downstairs.  Pender Harbour's St. Andrew's  The Peninsula^T^^  T���~ ��� -_t__i _,    "_' i�� ���___   -./_��_.        m -!&_*���___. Aivr^  Several group mailboxes were overturned on Gower Point Road, April 11,  Gibsons RCMP reported last week. The.  persons responsible have been apprehended and charges are pending. V  A break-in at a residence on Hall Road,  Roberts^Creek-wa_^reported ApriLB^One-  hundred-tlL-rty dollars was stolen along  with an unknown amount of foreign paper  money. The break-in is under ..investigation.  A few bottles of hard liquor was stolen  from a shop in Sunnycrest Mall April 8.  T^<rpeTSon-T-_Hvrbeen-appre--ende*.",���  A break-in at a residence on Bals Lane  reported April 9 is under investigation.  Group mailboxes on Reid Road were  knocked over April 8. A break-in was attempted at an Abbs Road residence, but  the trespasser was scared away.   t  Six chainsaws were stolen in a break-in  on Shaw Road April 9. A 1977 yellow  Yamaha 280 was reported stolen from  Lockyer Road April 8.  : Sechelt RCMP are on the lookout for 13  outboard motors stolen from a Surrey  outlet April 11.  ' A motor vehicle accident 10 a.m. last  Thursday on Trail Ave. resulted in a  charge of driving on the wrong side of the  road for Len Thenien. Therrien was  i-riving a 1948 Ford pickup when he was  Involved in the accident with Gordon  McLennan driving a 1979 GMC.  ���-There-was $900 damage,-���  Sunshine Motors reported another  accident of stolen hubcaps and mirrors  from cars on the lot April 11.  A break-in at a trailer on Lagoon Road,  Madeira Park was reported April 9. The  late of the break-in and whether anything  was stolen is unknown.  Section B  Wednesday, April 18,1979  Pages 13"  P-iblic Meeting  of Economic Development  of the Sunshine Coasf  Watching your bucks  after you pack it in  &f*f*mr*m***rv*\  A free lecture on Financial.Planning  for Retirement is offered by Continuing  Education on April 25, Wednesday, 7:30-  9; 30 p.m. in Elphinstone Secondary  School, Room 109.  The instructor, Jim Budd, has been a  financial advisor for many years and he  wUlj be sharing his excellent knowledge  withv those who are interested in information about rational planning for the  golden years. Mr. Budd will show the  ceT Between what even modest  savings mean compared to no savings at  all. He will give examples on how to make  the tax system work to the best advantage  for you, and talk about the different  provincial and federal pensions that are  available.  Registration is not necessary. Please  call 885-3512, Continuing Education for  further information.  Monday, April 23,1979  __.-JjM.J_!  Sunshine Coast Regional District Offices,  Sechelt, B.C.  r#:.  m0m}��nm  mm  Lower  Gibsons  886-2919  Sechelt parking saga and  a stroll down the lane  GARDEN & PET SUPPLIES  LET'S GET GROWING  STEER  sSechelt's parking, or lack of it, again  dominated the village council's planning  committee meeting April 10.  The committee considered a request  from Fjord Design and Construction to  build a car stereo installation centre in the  space between the Dock and tbe building  next door.  However, this space was negotiated  originally to provide access" to parking at  the rear of the building to make up for the  shortage of spaces lit the front.  Planner Doug Roy said there was a  need for a lane from Inlet to Trail  Avenues between Cowrie and Mermaid  Streets and recommended approval of the  request on condition the owners of Lota 12  and 13 dedicate property for the lane.  He said also it should be a condition  , that the owners provide a walkway to the  front of the buildings.  Stan Anderson said the owners would  be willing to dedicate an allowance for the  lane, but were not willing to provide the  walkway since there were rear entrances  to the buildings and the parking was  mainly for employees.  It' was eventually decided that the  committee recommend to council that the  village clerk be authorized to Issue a  zoning certificate following a written  report from Roy that the bylaw  requirements have been met.  The committee agreed also that council  be recommended to set aside money in the  1979 budget to build the necessary lane.  A number of owners of property  bounded by Teredo, Inlet, Cowrie and  Trail were present to discuss Roy's earlier  proposal of a parking court.  The few present were generally op  posed to the parking court concept and it  was suggested a special meeting with all  the owners be called to discuss the  proposal. '  The size of Sechelt's parking spaces  was. also discussed. Roy suggested a  review of the parking bylaw since many  people consider 10* x 20' too large a space,  space.    'There is always the argument  whether 10 feet ls one foot too long," Roy  said.  "That one foot picked up nine times is  another parking space."  3bags$4.99  IfltRvRUISER  RIGHT FROM THE START  ^"W  '   oY  ., $.  ALLAN CRANE &  DRAGLINE  SERVICES  DRAOLINBOR  CLAM BUCKET WORK  * PILEDRIVINO  * WHARF CONSTRUCTION  ANY BEACH OK BMAKWATiR  lOBqUOTIO ON- FMtOF CHARQI  FROM THE WATER OR LAND  Lorn* Allan 936*9082  anytlrns.,  CHARGEX  * VOLVO/PINT A CHRYSLER  * HOURSTON . OLASCRAFT  * EI LOAD - MERCRUISER  * IMMEDIATE REPAIR  -ttwrapryifAYIXWI_IK*  * BOAT MOVING  GARDEN BAY MARINE  Mlillf 1 wM   Im WVwm  Sinclair Bay Road,  Just up i over the hill  883-2722  HONEST  CO-OP  Canada A  ROUND STEAK or    $009  RUMP ROASTS      i��. L  Olympic ** 70  SIDE BACON .b*l73  PARTY STIX 20 oz. 3 Varieties 1 ea.  BOLOGNA by the piece  GROCERY  Harmonie  APPLE JUICE 4S��. 0, tins  Co-op  I COFFEE Reg, Fine, Whole Roast  CO-OP *g| MQ  MARGARINE3,-b���>   *15.  Kraft  MIRACLE WHIP 1.5 n.  Instant Maxwell House  COFFEE 10o_.jar~--v.  79  $549  RELISHES Bicks Assorted. 12 ox. |ar 2/$ 1.00  I    vlf IO I ALd Co-opr Orange juice, four 3-1/2 ox. pock .. (Kf  KIDNEY BEANS co-oP.R.d,.4ox 2/89  BOSTON BEANS co-op, with po*, un 2/79  MUSHROOMS   Co-op, Stems & Pieces, 10 oxrrr-. ���.- 69  LIGHT TUNA  Harmonie. Flak��d, 6 <*........      . :.r.1$"  LUNCHEON MEAT B^s^^cn    '1.09  Co-op, Aist'd, 24 tins por case  SOUPS  FLOUR  Co-op, 10 kg bog   CHEESE SLICES co*p,Miid,2ibi.  CHOCOLATE & OATMEAL  COOKIES  McBIg, 700g .   ..  BOX CHOCOLATES A..ort.d  SALMON   Harmonie, Keta, 7-3/4 ox. tins  . cat* 6.65  $3.79  *3.69  *1.19  35% OFF  99��  PRODUCE  BANANAS GoMen Yellow 3 lbs. 89  ORANGES S-,.**-* 3 a,*!00  CABBAGE Not h>.29c  BAKERY  MELLOW GRAIN  BREAD   24 ox. loaf ..  HARDWARE  CRIB BOARDS cadma. .a.'3.99  GLASS SETS st. ciair, tot of 4 '2.49  PILLOW CASES H.r...���- ... J3.99  SUNGLASSES Reduced to Clear '1.00 pair  OUR FAMILY ALLOWANCE CONTEST STARTS  APRIL 19  If you spend 1/2 or more of tho value of your family allowance  cheque at the CO-OP you will become eligible to enter our monthly  draw to win back tho FULL amount of your family allowance cheque,  redeemable In a grocery certificate,  ., ��� ' fc..... .   "We Reterve the Right to Limit Quantities"  lowtr Olbtont, 886*2522  STORE HOURS!  Monday thru Thuriday ��������.  Saturday)        ������     �������  Sunday. .7.,,,,,,,. .,,,10-1  Prim ���ftMtlv* April If, 20, 11  AglAnlH^pA^.,.  I X.   rr  .__.__  �� . - '   , '"  885-3231  Page B-2       The Peninsula Times  April 18,1979  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Phone 885-3231  Personal  Help Wanted  For Rent  Published Wednesdays by""  Tho Peninsula Times  for Westpres" Publications Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C  Established 1963  7300 Copies Distributed  Classified Advertising'Rates:  3-line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion ; $2,15  Three Insertions $4.30  Extra Lines (4 words)  ,,, 60c  Display Ad-Briefs  $3.60 per column inch  "Box Numbers ,". 7... r$T?00 "extra-  Legal or Reader advertising 30c  ��er_a_gate line. _       _'   Deaths,'   Card,   of    Thanks; "-|n-  AAemoriam,    ,Marriage      and.  Engagement  Notices  are  $7.00  (up to 14 lines) and 60c per line  after that. Four words per line.  Birth Notices,"Conning Events  take regular classified rates.  Ad-Briefs must be paid for in  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  to receive cash discount.  Subscription Rates:  By Mail:  Local Area $7.00 yr.  Outside Local Area ...". $8.00 yr.  U.S.A. $10.00yr,  _Q_t___isma% ,-',,������ -.,,-$ 11 JUL  DISCERNING ADULTS. Shop  discreetly, send $3 for our  latest catalogues of marital  aids and "lingerie. Direct  Action Marketing.Inc.-Dept.  Y.K., Box 3268, Vancouver,  B.C.V6B3X9. 3956-21  LICENSED MECHANIC for  Massey Ferguson, Versatile  and  Ford  dealership.  Top  "wages"for1 right man; Phone  (403) 664-3878, Oyen, Alta,  4758-21  COTTAGES,    weekly    or  monthly.    Housekeeping  units,   furnished,   TV.   Ritz  Motel. 886-2401. 4249-tfn  Help Wanted  Work Wanted  EXPERIENCED Sports  Reporter Wanted for  Central Interior :weekly.  Salary commensurate with  experience. Start immediately. Contact Editor,  Cariboo-Observer, Box-__460,-  Quesnel, B.C. Phone 992-2121.  3995-21  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES LTD.  Let us care for your tree  needs:  -Topping  -Faffing  -Limbing  -insured^rork   Senior Citizens,  Local Area $6.00  Jingle Copies 20c  yr.^ --v  ea  Announcements.  ALCOHOLICS   Anonymousi  Meeting, every Thurs., 8:30.  Sm, Wilson.Creek Community  [all. 885-2896 or 885-3394. 4816-  tf  Obituary  REID: Edwin Charles, April  10, 1979, late of Madeira  Park, aged 40.yrs. Survived  "by, mother Julie Reid,-7  NEEDED FOR film crew,  person with accounting  background, able to type. In  Pender Harboiir-Egmorit  area._May 15-Oct. 15.' Reply to  Box 310Z, Sechelt.        4618-21  BABYSITTER, West Sechelt  area. Ph. 885-9741.    4709-22  "Our reputation  speaksfor Itself'_'  ph. 885-2109  3283-tf  E^^^Si>^ffl^^re^ld^aturd_^^priH4  ifi^AT^SfSSJ^    at Pender Harbour W  LOGGING MANAGER - West  Ki��ft,����, o -I*.���*.-*.- xronri Fraser Mills Ltd. Due to  brothers, 2 8isters--e_- grand-���nrmnntionV within nnr  mntiw-r HiWn Rdrt  SprwlPAs    promotions     wiimn _  our  company   we   require   a  Interested? Phone 883-2363   4606-21.  FOR LADIES interested in  the Business & Professional  Women's Club, a meeting will  be held April 25, Room 112,  ~ChateiMh-seho6lr7:30Ts.mT-or~  phone Jean Ferrie, 885-5017.  _ 4675-21  ST. GEORGE'S Day Tea,  baking & plant sale. Fri.,  April 27, 2-4 p.m. St. Aidan's  Parish Hall. Door prize &  raffle. 4767-22  ANNUAL    GUIDE-Scout  ,-  Auction, May 5. Donations,  appreciated. 885-3259, 885-  2657,885-2159. 4717-22  GRADE 12  EQUIVALENCY EXAM  will be held in Sechelt on May  -ll-l-fc���Deadline���for���apecial-  munity Hall. Pastor Fred  Napora officiated. Cremation,  Devlin Funeral Home,  directors. 4768-21  HOPKINS: Passed away  --Aprfl-7r497VJohn--P__il_p--  Hopkins, late of Hopkins  Landing, in his 58th year.  Survived by his loving wife  Mary (Brownie), 1 daughter  Sheila of North Vancouver, 3  sons Paul, Peter & Eric of  Vancouver, 4 grandchildren,  Darragh, Allen, Katie & John  Philip; daughter-in-law Meg;  2 brothers Charles of West  -Vanco-iv__^^__d___I_-j-_y___--_-L  application is April 19. Please  -call: ���  885-3512  CONTINUING EDUCATION   4779-21  Card of Thanks  Toronto. Funeral Mass was  celebrated by Rev. J. Kilty &  Rev. Tom Nicholson on  Tuesday, April 10 at Holy  Trinity   Catholic   Church,  North Vancouver. Interment        Seaviw^emeter-y^Devlin-^^^gjj^jj  Logging Manager for our  Quesnel operation. The  Logging Manager will report  to the Vice-President - of  Woodlands and. will be  responsible for an annual  production of 380,000 cunits.  Responsibilities will include  1__r"i^ser^ri6"g"pr(-^ductfiS-t~  and co-ordination with senior  mill management. The successful candidate will have a  number of years of extensive  experience in log production  and woods administration.  Professional Registration  would be an asset- Salary will  be commensurate with experience and a full range of  -emp-oyee-benefits-is-offeredr-  Reply to: R.J. Clinton, Vice-  President, Woodlands West  Fraser Mills Ltd., PO Box  6000, Quesnei;B.C. V2J 3J5.  4679-21  T CLAPP~CONCRETEr "  Placing and-Finishing. All  types of Concrete Work.  Breaking and hauling away of  old' concrete. Concrete-  leakage problems. Seepage or  high pressure leaks.  Phone Wayne Clapp    '_'  for Tree estimates   885-2125  Renting  One bedroom  apartments  * Balconies  * Colored Appliances  * View  * Wall to wall carpet  * Drapes  * Intercom  * Controlled bntrance  * Cablevision  Rent from $190.00 ���  Call DOUG FERRIS  |       88$-2283  Mobile Homes ;./,  '74   12x68 SAFEWAY,   3  bdrm., all appl, good cond.  Asking $11,800.885^44.  4715-  -23��� "' ' ���v.".-���'-   MOBILE HOME ;  FOR SALE  In Selma Vista Park, No. 27.  Used only 9 months. Skirted.  sundecky,double windows and  screens, fridge and stove, 12 x  78. 3 Bdrm, w-w carpet. Try  your offer to $15,500.-. -  PHONE ENID REED  ,    872-5078   GOODRICH REALTY"���  873-4811  Cars and Trucks  169 FORD 6 cyl. std. 3-spd.  50,000 ml. Blue. Good cond.  ��� 885-9636. 4719-21  1969 FORD 100 pickup. Gd.  running order, $950. 885-  Wanted to Buy  2     STEREO     speakers.  Maximum $50 pair. 886-7079.  4766-21  For Sale  3650.  4763-21  or after 6 p.m. 885-3505  '65 PONTIAC Partesienne,  $550 obo. 886-9283.     4769-21  NEW PICKUP box, $600 obo.  886-9192. 4631-21  TRAILER towing? '76 Dodge  % 400 - V8, ps, pb. auto,  27,000 mil, canopy, factory  towing package, elec. brakes,  3 tanks, 65 gal. vac. guage,  carpet. 950-16-10 plys, mirros  __ ^  LUMBER: 2x4s -10 ft; 2x6s -  20 ft; 3x8s - 60 ft; 2x10s - 45  ft. Ph. 522-3328. 3460-tf  '76 12x68 Berkshire, 3 bdrm,  carpet,  drapes^ aU appliances incl. washer & dryer.  Lge sundeck. Asking. $15,000..  886-2706. 3913-tf  4658^~~& IwfliU-sr SpotlesErtond  $5,100 obo. 885-5294.      3972-21  AVAIL.  IMMED.  Furn.,   1  bdrm & 1 bachelor ste.,  central Gibsons. 886-2597 or  8863336. 4648^-2  after7p.m.  Box 1341 Sechelt  4437-tfn  WINDOW CLEANING  -Hourly or Contract  free estimates  ���885-573^moFnLngs  SHARE HOUSE, own bdrm.  Carpeted thruout, kitchen &  living rm. heat & It. incl, $125  per mo. 886-7453 aft. 6. 4655-22  SUMMER  RENTAL.  WF,  sandy beach, Davis Bay,  nice 2 bdrm furn. house,-EE~  Boats and Engines  COMPLETE MARINE  ��� -ELECTRICAL WIRING-  SERVICE  -J-tOW-AyATI ABLE THRU_  MILLER MARINE  ELECTRONICS  886-7918  3823-tfn  ^ __-   BAYUNER  2550 H.T.,   188  J_I_ircr-_ia_?_-^__FWC, VHEL  3527-tf  PIANO tuning, call 985-2224 or  988-7974. 4607-21  THUNDER PAINTING  Interior & Exterior  professional work at  reasonable rates  Free Estimates  5 years on the coast  weekly, bi-mon, monthly.  June 15-Aug. 31. 885-3310 (885-  3417). 4671-22  TRAILER pad - Irwin Motel  Trailer Court. Ph. 886-9615.  4637-22  885330r��886=76ir  3861-tf  SMALL APPLIANCE  REPAIR  GRANTHAM'S Landine. 2  bdrm home, breathtaking  sea view. Washer, dryer,  "fridge7StverFPrcarpetsr$260���  per mo., incl. heat. Suit  responsible couple. Avail, yr  round. Write R. Gray, 315 N.  Kalso, Vancouver.       4725-21  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  '74 DODGE Coronet,  "economical, slanW, no rust,  $900,886-2929.. 3976-21  1969  OLDS  Vista  cruiser  station wagon, good cond..  $600. Ph. 885-3779. 4661-22  1974 GMC VAN," Michelin  radials, carpets, panelling,  Pioneer AM-FM,  sunroof;  -metalic-greenr-Phr-685-5779-  after 6 p.m. 4676-22  1957 FORD VAN, 60 one ton  Ford on duals, old two ton  Chevy with flatdeck, 6 cyl, 2  Ford Country wagons, air  'cooled motors, extra tires and  wheels, tools and misc. Ph.  , HARBOURSIDE  DEVELOPMENTS  LTD.  presents:  FOR SALE ��� the old Pool  Hall on 103 ft. waterfront  in Lower Gibsons. This  prime ^location property  has tremendous potential  for future development.  Close to site of marina and  existing harbour. Priced at  $80,000 for early sale.  Phone 886-2207  9 am-5 pm  FISHER woodburning stoves,  for sale at A.C. Rentals,  Hwy. 101 & Francis Peninsula  Rd. 883-2585. 3217-Jf  883-9172.  4705-21  Funeral Home directors. In  -lieu-of-flowers,-donations  appreciated to TB & Chest.,  Disabled Veterans Assoc., 530  W. Broadway, Vancouver.  4773-21  TO OUR many friends: As we  leave the lovely Sunshine <  Coast to live in. North Vancouver, we want to say "thank  you" to so many people who  have shown us so much kindness since we came here. In  our business 'Gilmore's  Variety" and since" our  retirement; especially since  Alex's illness - your friendship, help and good wishes  really meant so much to both  of us. With good wishes to you  all! ���Sincerely, Alex & Alma  Gilmore. 4713-21  MR. & MRS. H.B. Wright  would very much like to  thank the help received from  telephone employee John  Eldon, Debbie Carswell, Glen  Brown & Jim from Harbour  Motors, friends & neighbors  when Mary Wright had a car  accident in Garden Bay. 4721-  21  THE FAMILY of the late  Harry Roberts extends  sincere thanks to Dr. Rogers-  & the staff of St. Mary's  Hospital. Also to Rev. Dlnsley  and the many friends who  attended the funeral service.  4764-21  r  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) 800-863-  3035. Chargex and Master-  charge accepted.        4325-tfn  INCORPORATE yourself -  fast - over the telephone7  Our forms and typing services  are lawyer approved. Call  Self-Counsel Services toll free  (112) 800-663-3035. Chargex  and Mastercharge approved.  4324-tfn  STOP BED-WETTING now!  Free your youngsters from  camping and "staying-over"  limitations. Eliminates  embarrassment. Prevent  behaviour deterioration/Have  a happy family! No drugs, no  diets, no electric shocks, no  beverage restrictions. For  free information send age, sex  etc. to : Nite Guard Method  Ltd.,, 85, .1133 FlndlaV Rd.,  Kelowna, fi.C. V1X 5A9. A  company with 20 years experience IhB.C. 4757-21  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  3 lines for $2.15  Run your ad 3 times for the price of 2.  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  Print your ail In lho iquartr,. 0* >ure to loavo a blank tptna altar each  word. >  Thr-�� lino. It $-.1'_, Earl, uddltlonol lino Ii 60c  Tak* odvantag* ol our spoclal ���avlnfli,  * Run your ad tWIc* ��� tha third tlm* Ii Mtti,  * It you pay lor y< ir ad tha Saturday bafora publication you gat a  discount ��� 7 8c lor 1 Inmrtlon ��� 80c lor 3,  Mall ui your ad, or drop It old  In Sachalt at tha Ponlniula Tlmai 6lllca  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  Box 310 Sechelt, B.C,  V0N3A0  CLASSIFICATION  >2  60��  60*  60'  15 I  Addrat*  r����t��ic��d*  TtlNo.  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  per  required by established  cdmmunitynewspaperin'the���  Lower Mainland. The successful applicant will be experienced in sales work,  aggressive and innovative.  Good salary and benefits  T>fferecl.-Forward-applicationr"  including references and  employment history to Box  140, BCYCNA, 808 - 207 West  Hastings St., Vancouver, B.C.  V6B1H7. 4684-21  ADDITIONAL Advertising  Sales Personnel are  required by two Whitehorse  newspapers: The Yukon News  (weekly) and The Northern  Times (daily). The positions  require energetic individuals  experienced in newspapers  advertising sales on a salary  plus commission basis. The  successful applicants will  service existing accounts and  will primarily be concerned  with, establishing new clients  in a competitive Whitehorse  advertising market.  Minimum two year experience is essential. Send  resume to Mr. T. Sellars,  Yukon News - Northern  Times, 211 Wood St.,  Whitehorse, Yukpn or phone ,  (403)667-6285. 4685-22  EDITOR required far well  known Greater Vancouver  weekly newspaper. Must have  Council reporting experience  and all aspects of editing.  Good salary and fringe  benefits. Must halve a car.  Contact E.G. Bexley, Delta  Optimist 946-4551.        4608-22  h  ni ..,.���....���,.   ,.  _     I,        '*''  WANTED, Journeyman  JMechanic for Massey-  Ferguson dealer. Hydraulic  and electrical experienced.  Top wages to right person.  Phone collect 992-2716 or write  L&M Repairs, 141 Marsh  Dr., Quesnel, B.C. V2J1E8.  4752-21  MANICURIST,   part-time.  Must  be  knowledgeable  about new techniques. Sechelt  Beauty Salon, 805-2818. 4777-23  STAINED  GLASS  workers.  Expor, preferred but will  train. Call Bullwlnklo Glass  885-3818. ,..      4778-21  STUDENT OR youth needed  with secretarial & research  skills from May l-July 31.  Contact Community Services,  885-3821 or 885-5012.      4783-21  OPERATOR for modern  photo-typesetting equipment. Must know advertlflln  layout and pasteup. Son  resume to: Box 139, c-o  BCYCNA. 808, 207 West  Hasting St., Vancouver. B.C.  V8IJ1II7. 4760-23  I.OWER M/UNLAND Com-  munlty Neftspapfr has  Immediate opening for ioru6r  reporter with opportunity of  jidvancament for right ���,��_*  plicant. Forward written  application, outllnln  previous   experience   an  BCYNAy���%*207    West  Hastings St., Vancouver, B.C.  V6B1H7. v/WM-23  ��� -. v����   UnTlm��tAdbrl*.il  through  MILLER MARINE  _-..EI_ECTRCiNLCS_  886-7918 ,  -l-ROOM-^a-rent-for-woman.-  Call 886-8365. 4775-23  3822-tfn  Real Estate  WOODLATCH CUSTOM  CABINETMAKERS  Also repair & ref inish  .,- old furniture.  ' Call Lloyd at  *"' 886-8060 '  4668-22  Business Opportunities  NOW     LOCAL     Amway  distributor    offers    op-  ?)rtunity for good earnings,  ou pick the hours, we assist.  For appt, call Paul Morris,  926-0807. 3918-tf  EXCELLENT business opportunity: become a  Chimney Sweep. All equip't  needed plus training. Call Lee  Christian anytime. 883-9171.  3554-tf  FULLY EQUIPPED Grocery  Store and Cafe including  property and building. Plus  stock. Excellent returns.  Financial statement  available. Owners wanting to  retire. Phone 692-3324, burns  Lake, B.C. 4751-21  .-. -.    -      .-���    ..-.      _...., ,     . n       '        L.|.  LOWBED and Machinery  Moving business, central  B.C. Going concern, good  equipment, B.C. PUC  operating authority. AU  enquiries c-o Box 3103,  Kamloops, B.C. V2C 6B7. 4781-  21  Wanted to Rent  LARGE  3  bdrm house  in  Pender Harbour area. Call  Jane Roberts, 883-2474. 4650-22   "��� "'��� "'' ���"' mmmmm��*Mmmmm^mfmmHmmmm��>m��iim��mm<v. is���.s   .  COTTAGE, apt. or share  accom. before June 15,1979.  Pref. waterft. Sechelt-  Halfmoon. Will maintain.  Robt. Andrew. Peninsula  Times, 885-3231 Wed. to Sun.  885-5216 res. 4793-23  ACCOM,  wated  for UBC  student teacher from Apr.  29 to May 18. Call collect 261t  3869 (Vane). 4714-21  WANT COTTAGE  on Sun-  shlno Coast. 1st 3 weeks In  July. 9264980 or926-0180. 4772-  23  For Rent  TRAILER  spaces  in  West*  Sechelt,    1    doublewide  24x40 singes. 885-2070.    4224-  tfn  MAPLE CRESCENT Apartment..; 1, 2 & 3 bdrm apta.  Reas, rent. Incl, hoat,  cablevlslon, stove, fridge. 886-  7836 or apply Apt. No. 103-A.  -��� "  412Hfn  OOZY Z BDRM Sqlma Park, 3  mlns. to beach. 5 mlns.  Sechelt. $175. 8854543. days,  885-3885 eves. (Danny).   4626-  FOn RENT:   Wilson  Creek.  Community   Hall.   Call  IMabel Dooley at 6854604.  3691-tf  WFT Pender Harbour area.  190' in Bargain Harbour,  timbered,     deep   _water  "moorage, "fully "serviced.  ready to build. Exceptional  property. $68,000.943-2835. J    ^  3943-21  PRIME WF overlooking ent.  to Pender Harbour. Deep  moorage - good float. Spectacular view. QuaL constructed 2 bdrm home. Open  Plan living area. Lge. stone  'P, full bsmt. hw heat.  $95,000. Owner 883-2740. 4608-  '21'.'  CUTELITTLE house f Or sale,  1053 Franklin. Ph. 886-7031  or inquire at 1136 Cochran.  4625-21  2 BEDROOM  house  near  ocean. $40,000. Ph. 885-  2868. 4677-22  LOT ON Pratt Road, 76x125,  cleared and in fruit trees.  $12,500. Ph. 886-2155.     4706-22  OCEANVIEW!  6-yr-old Gothic Arch beauty.  Sunny Selma Parte. 3*Jge_,  bedrms, 100 x 125 treed lot, 5  mln. from Sechelt, $41,500.  ROSSGAMGLE  274-5017  GARDEN BAY MARINE  SERVICES LTD.  15'6'  Hours.on  Sidewing  -353-GM-���used ;~37i-  Nissan - used; Volvo  AQD 40-280 leg - new;  440    Chryiser-rebuilt  120 Mercruiser - new.  BOAT MOVING  IMMEDIATE REPAIR SERVICE >>  7 DAYS A WEEK  Sinclair Bay Road  883-2722  4355-tfn  1971 VW BUG for sale, $1100  obo. Allan 885-5765.   4634-22  1974 PONTIAC Lemans, 2 dr.  sports coupe, 350 2 bbl. auto.  trans. Good cond. $3,500. Ph.  885-5619. 4639-22  1975 DODGE % ton truck and  Camper, PS, PB, auto. Low  mileage. $4,500. Ph. 885-  3354. 4642-22  Campers and Trailers  LADIES, Mens, Childrens,  Maternity Clothing, 'New &  Nearly New'. Encore  Boutique, 2445 Marine Dr., W.  Vancouver, 922-2020, Mori-Sat,  10-5; 1414 Lonsdale, N. Van..  980-8011. 4457-tf  PROPANE range, oil space  heater, propane hot water  tank. 886-2428. 39__J_21_  1 STD. INTERIOR door 31%"  wide x 80" high, $15 obo; 2  windows 34%" wide x 29%"  high, $15 obo. 886-9275 Sat-  Sun. '    4617-21  United Realty  736-3831  4782-24  WESTWOOD Casabello  executive home^ 4 years,  oceai. view, Selma Park. Low  maintenance. Appointments.  885-5038. 4722-23  EXCEPTIONALLY fine view  lot in West Sechelt.  On  sewer. Ph. 885-9796.    4724-tfn  100x200 FT. LOT, 27 year  lease, near Whitehorse,  Yukon.  Fenced,  cultivated.  24 x 28 - 4 bdrm cabin. 12 x 24  ��arage, 8 x 10 storage shed,  /ell, power. For details phono  (403)6^63. ...wBMl  FISHERMAN'S Special! Cozy  cottage on 2 lots. Steps from  sea. Box310S. Sechelt. 4760-23  , ��� * _ __ _  Mobile Homes  L & M Radiators, 1440  Charlotte Rd., N. Van. 986-  5334, Automotive & Industrial  cooling specialists. Pick up &  delivery can be arranged. Call  now for fast, economical  service. 4024-tfn  ���72   MODUUNE   12x48.   2  bdrm, good cond.. $8,400 or  Offer. 926-1024. 3296-tfn  12x66' 4 BDRM.  quick     solo,  anytime.  Priced for  885-2600  3480-tf  ���73 CHANCELLOR mobile  hpmo,   12x08, unfurn.,  2  bdrm, sep. dining area, w  -4��*HI^I��'~*"1!Wll��*��*w1>_.Wll��lr"  1970 12x60 MOBILE home,  Very good condition. $8,500.  8854030. 4774-23  NEAR-NEW 16 ft. K&C  canvas top & camper back;  55 hp Johnson (less than 100  hrs): new EZ Loader trailer)  Dantorth-Astroturf carpeting.  Moorage at Smitty's. Asking  $4,550,886-9177. 4630-19   i   15'  6"   SANGSTER;   50  hp  Merc, Roadrunner trailer,  new canvas, $2,000.886-9484.  4628-19  26' SAILBOAT, needs work.  Incl. mast, boom, standing  rigging, sails & miscl. hdwre,  $11400 obo. Ph. Allan, 885-5765.  3977-21  19' K&C freshwater cooled,  trim tabs, sounder, compass, radio etc., $4,500. 885-  2051. 4604-21  440      CHRYSLER     w^Tl  reduction: 235 Chev w-2.6:l  reduction. 885-2539.      4627-21  17' REINELL on EZ load  trailer, 50 hp Evenrude elec.  start, 4 lip Evenrude  auxiliary, sounder, anchor,  built-in tank, other extras. Ph.  885-2462. 4632-22  1975 O'DAY 20, fibreglass  . keel, CBD Sloop, 7.5 hp  Merc, main, Jib, whisker pole,  kero, STV, toilet. Inflate with  oars, pump, anchor. 150' rode.  Extras. $6700. Ph. 885-  9364. 4653-22  24" REINELL Command  Bridge 188 Merc Cruiser,  trim tabs, mahogany grid,  anchor winch, CB radio,  ���flounder,* anchor* pack; 8'  dingy, leg rebuilt last fall,  Many extras. $11,900. Ph. 885-  3987. 4666-22  *76 SANGSTER Dolphin, 22 ft.,  188 Mercruiser, galley pack,  head, trim tabs, radio etc.,  low hrs., like new. 883-9126.   .,���.,,., ,..,..,������,    ^JlVrP .  14' FIBREGLAS Boston  whaler-typo with 9% HP  Viking & /HIP Chrysler outboards wjth tanks. All In  working cond. Package deal,  $1,000,883-9005. 4781-23  30   FT.   well   maintained  cruiser, Fully equipped &  . ready to go. $12,000 or trade  forW.H.Y7885-2W3.     4788-23  Cars and Trucks  74 FORD Window van, new  Uf*��.  reb'i  tronsmlaailon.  $2600 Obo. 88fram,,���,, 33814f  '78 FORD Fiesta Decor, std  shift, 19,000 ml. exc. cond..  owner leaving area. $4,500  obo. 883-2738 aft. 5.       4610-21  1  '78  TRAVEL  trailer,  29',  excel, cond., sliding glass  door, new'fUnutureTBSSS-SO:  3869-22  SELF-CONTAINED    mobile  home-style camper on IT  Ford-on-duals.-883^9603-aft7-  4:30. 3983-21  34-FOOT 1974 5th wheel,-rear  bathroom,. tip-out, patio  doors, power unit, full kitchen,  lots of cupboards. Clean. W.R.  Pinchin, Magna Bay, B.C.  Phone 955-2950. 4755-21  Motorcycles  750 HONDA '78, CB 400 78..CB  750'77,885-2030. 4615-tf  ���771200 HARLEY Decker. 885-  2030. 4616-tf  HI-PERFORMANCE  Yamaha RD400, like new 78.  885-3910. 4784-23  PORTABLE, auto, shake-  ���splitting���machine���with-  electric & gas engines. For  use anywhere. Exc. cond.,  $2,000; 12" planer, belt-  driven, ball bearings, good  -condvv $4,900r-Ph.-Tony-at- J&J_  Woodworking, 530-1720.  Weekends 885-5669.       3981-21  Livestock  HORSESHOEING. Call Bob  Hopkins eves. 886-9470. 330O-  tfn  CHICKS - brown egg layers,  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  JERSEY milk cow, produces  4% gal. per day. Heifer calf.  883-9172. 4704-21  ,,.  if''..   '  in ��� ...1   1       1  1 -.. - -  Pets  LOVEABLE   miniature  Schnauzer puppies. 8853779.  4660-22  FREE TO good home, wht.  male neutered cat, 1 yr. 885-  5587. 4712-21  ��������, .������ -,-__..,W.-.-���^.1���^-,  Lost  GRAY & black striped kitten,  Selma Park. Ph. Doug, 885-  3818,9-5 p.m. 4723-21  Found  ORANGE & white cat, Boach  Ave., W. Robta Ck, 885-9239.  4770-21  Wanted to Buy  IX)GS OR TIMBER wanted,  fir,  hemlock or cedar.  Porpoise Bay Logging Ltd.  885-M08 or 885-2032.       4485-tf  OLD 500 single motorcycle.  Nostalgia buff needs, Any  condition. 886-7079.       4765-21  MACLEODS  SPRING &SUMMER  CATALOGUES  Now Available  PickOneUp  4787-21  SUNDAY SWAP MEET  Madeira Park Community  Hall, Apr. 22,10 a.m. Sellers  please arrive early. Future  dates: Sat., May 19 & Sat.,  June 2.  4788-21  LARGE 52" high Astral 3-way  fridge. Propane & elec. $400.  885-2879. 4711-21  3 BURNER RV propane stove.  New cond., $30.8854819.  4716-23  ANNUAL     GUIDE-Scout  Auction May 5. Donations  appreciated. 885-3259, 885-  2657,885-2159. 4718-22  1 HUMUS TOILET (cottage  style) with vent, never been  used; Hoover washer-spin  dryer: oil heater, Quaker  model, with fans. 885-2601 or  885-9559. '    4720-23  1972 CHAMPION Grader.  Snow wing, rear mount  ripper, 210HP671, Jake brake,  rebuilt engine and transmission, extensive overhaul,  spare tire. Phone Salmon  Arm, 832-7745. 4754-21  1977 BUFFALO Bowmag.  Compactor, BW210D,  60x84 drum, self-propelled  vibratory packer, low hours.  Phone Salmon Arm 832-7745.  4753-21  '71 JOHN DEERE backhoe,  JD 300, gd. working cond.  885-3650, $4,500. 4762-21  GARAGE SALE. Drop-leaf  wood table, 0 chairs;  Chinese hook rug, $25; flower  pots, mercury light, odds &  ends of dishes, pots & pans.  Apr. 20. Redrooffs & Eureka  Pi 4771-21  OLDER GE  range,   good  condition, $75. Ph. Jerry,  885-9834. 4776-23  GARAGE SALE. Elec.  motors, tools, household  goods, etc. Sat., April 21, 10  a.m. - 4 p.m. Ft. of Wakefield  Rd. 885-9570. 4786-21  W___-E S E_"___S    BOTani-iSR, 6 HP, Brto  business, eg. Ins. agency,  motel or mobile home pk.  Havo revenue home in Van. to  trade as part pymt Value  167,000. Ann. Income $6,000.  Ph. 584-6702. 4666-22  WANT.-X--AuWIkH-iM.Top  steel, tin, cast, carlwdles,  copper, brass, batteries, etc.  Call Peter or Pearl, 282-7787,  Navajo Metals, Calgary), Alta.  ROTOTILLEU, �� HP, BrJggs  & Stratton, exc. cond.. $8)0.  886-7160.    , 4789-21  NEW FROM Canada's largest  woodstove company - The  Fisher  Flrelplace  Insert.   IhSMs^^m^J^^.  GENDRON Deluxe Stroller,  $45; baby car seat, $30. Both  exc. cond. B8W620.      4791-21  4937.33      More Classified Page IM ,..^S-.:i  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LI  Highway 101 at Francis Peninsula Rd.  383-2794  HASLAM CREEK WATERFRONT  Over 15 acres wilh 750 ft waterfront, with  .cabin & oyster lease. FP$ 165,000. Possible  terms.  ONE ACRE LOTS   \  On Francis Peninsula. Privacy plus value in  Jhis_mqst_desijrab]e5reaLJus_t2Jefrsodon'f_  delay. $15,000 each.  WATERFRONT LOT .  ~Deep_and~pTOtecred moorage in  bgmonf.  EXCELLENT  Building lot. Front Road, Madeira Park. Fully  serviced $10,500.     --- -    _   - -  7 ACRES  On Highway 101 close to Madeira .Park.  Partly cleared and on a westerly slope.  Asking $35,000.-      ���        '  _B_USINESS_OPPOJ?IUN_riESl   "PENDEROSA" at Garden Bay ��� Drive-In,  -Take_Oiit,-arocerie5_- bacb_u_-sbQp^-_2_hd_ra_  Has   trailer  pad,  power. $35,000.  septics  and  water' and  separate living quarters with water view.  Now is the time to buy this going concern.  Call Mike Rosse, 883-9378 or 883-2794.  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.  John Breen - 883-9978  HARBOUR MOTORS ��� At Kleindale. 4 bay  Service Station, Body Shop & Store. Separate  small 3 bdrm home; real opportunity for a  body man looking for a lucrative family  operation. Call Mike Rosse, 883-93*78 or ~883~ *  2794.  Mike Rosse 883-9378 Jock Hermon 883-2745  FLORON  AGENCIES LTD.  9f  Real Estate & Insurance  Box 238,1589 Marine Drive, Gibsons  886-2248  ROBERTS CREEK��� Hanbury Road. 20 acres, all year creek; power, young  orchard, good gardening ��� beautifully treed plus very well-built contemporary home over 1040 sq ft, has to be seen. Exclusive listing, by  appointment only. This property offers complete seclusion and privacy.  Call John Black for details.  7lANQpACE":^::"Many 6riistdftaing'<fed'ilureW frl this contemporary' styled 0  bdrm "home. Spacious master' bdrm "with sauna, wired arid lined;  cathedral ceiling in LR, finished in Calif, redwood; FP finished with  Arizona sandstone. Kitchen has barbecue & rotisserie, ceramic tile floor.  Basement ready for finishing touches, has a window wall. Cozy family  room adjoins kitchen. 2 FP with heatilators, double glazing on main floor.  $85,000. Call George Cooper. *'..'���.  GIBSONS WFT.��� Gower Point area; 2 bdrms, large living room with FP,  electric heat, full basement could be made into rec room or extra living  area. Garage with lighted drive, beautifully landscaped. Very choice  property. $85,000.  GIBSONS��� Bay area, close to beach, stores and PO. Attractive 3 bdrm  home on extra large lot with good vegetable garden. Home is conveniently designed with large living room with rec room, utility,  workshop and spare room. $62,000.  GIBSONS ���Lower Village; fantastic view from LR, 2 bdrms on main floor  w|th den or extra bdrm in basement. FP in living room and very good  Convenient kitchen, on sewer. Priced to sell at $46,900.  i ���          ���   '  ROBERTS CREEK ��� New subdivision, 2 bdrm house on large lot; lower  floor has utility room, storage and extra lavatory. Some view of Georgia  Strait from upper floor; priced to sell[at $39,500.   VETERANS ROAD ��� Comfortable 3 bdrm home, 2 baths, master bdrm  ensuite, lovely post and beam with stone FP in living room. Main rooms  are arranged in attractive open style; extra room In basement, a/o heat.  Situated on large lot with good garden area. Must be seen.  LOTS  LOWER  GIBSONS ~  3   lots,   corner  School   Road   and   Hiway   101,  tremendous potential, high traffic area. $175,000,  GRANTHAMS ��� three lots on Reed Road. Good Investment property,  potential view. Asking $8,750 each.  WHARF ROAD ��� Langdale, good retirement area; lot 65 x 193'. Try your  offer.  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 boach.  ROSAMUND ROAD  each.  Three lots cloarod, roady to build. Only $10,500  GIBSONS ���- Level, cloarod lot In Gibsons Village on sewor and water,  62 x 182', obtainable with small, down payment of $3,500. Inquire for  further details.  Evenings Call: John Black, 886-7316;  Ron McSavaney, 885*3339;  George Cooper, 886-9344  Wednesday, April 18,1979 Hie Peninsula Times PageB-3  BOX 100  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  883-2233  TOLL FREE FROM  VANCOUVER:  689-7623  Member of Multiple Listing Service  HOMES  ���FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 1596 sq ft 5 BR  home   with    3    bathrooms,    partially  tnfshed rec room/ hot^vatwHw-H  appliances. Built 1976. 84,000.  .RDEFTBAY ESTATES��� Luxurious OR  cedar home, built 1975. View and many  extras. $105,000.  GULFVIEW   ROAD   ���   Madeira   Park,  .antastlt^ew+oirr^hre^evrrrom��r==-  new appliances, fireplace. $87,000.  IRVINES LANDING ��� 3 BR view home,  stone fireplace, ensuite, 6 appliances.  ���tOSft-to-frraTiner-$757000. One car RjxT"  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 split level. Fireplace, sundeck &  ���carport, $60,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� interesting 4 BR view  "home,   architect  designed,  appliances. $77,000.  FRANCIS    PENINSULA   ���    12   x    44'  Glendale mobile home with 430 sq ft.  5   major    addition. On 2/3+. acre lot. $28,500.  MIDDLE POINT ��� 2 BR home, 1100 sq ft  on 9.5+ fairly level, treed acres. Well.  850+ ft frontage on Highway 101.  $49,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 4 BR home Wrth 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.  -LaLIES-(PAQ)-L-AKE-=^3BRrro"me-on-5-��-"  acres.  Fruit trees, garden. View over  lake. $77,500.  -GARDEN-BAY-ESTATES 3-BR-home-  built   1976.  Ensuite,  fireplace,   double  carport, landscaped lot. $59,000.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR view  J_ome_-the-mopane-wlr4dowsr-fireplace; NEAR_MADEIRA_RARK-  w/w , 3 bathrooms. Easy walk to stores,     fireplace, Sundeck, 3/4 acre lot on Hwy  PO & marinas. $67,500. 101. $37,500.  _2_BR-homeH  LOTS AND ACREAGE  LOTS  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  LOTS  1.. MADEIRA PARK ��� serviced lots.  $7,000-$22,000.  2. FRANCIS PENINSULA -^serviced lots.  $9.000-$24,000.  3. GARDEN BAY AREA ��� view lots, on  Garden Bay estates & Sinclair Rd.  $13,500-$21,250.  4. SANDY HOOK ��� view lot on Porpoise  Drive. $10,500.  5. BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� 1.5 acres,  treed, serviced; $25,000.  6. MOBILE HOME LOTS ��� seven lots,  serviced with( hydro '.&' water, on  Cochrane Road, Francis Peninsula.  $11,000-$! 2,750.     ,  7. PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES ��� Sinclair  Bay Road. Serviced lots, most with view,  three with lakefront. Priced from  $10,000 to $37,500.  8. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 8 nice  ���building lots at corner of Cochrane and  Cameron Roads. $11,000 $13,000.  9. WARNOCK ROAD ��� excellent lot,  landscaped, septic tank & foundation for  12x60' mobile home. $16,000.  IRVINES LANDING ~- At last, a  waterfront lot with all the features you  have been looking for ������ 108 ft low bank  sheltered waterfront, westerly ex-  fSGSQTe, good view, nearly level and"  nicely treed. $55,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA��� 132 ft W/F in  Pender Harbour. 1.8 acres, deep  moorage. $50,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 83 ft W/F  in  SECRET COVE ��� Lot A on Wescan Rd.  Steep, but has good building site &  sheltered moorage. On sewer system.  $35,000.  ACREAGE  Pender. Harbour (adjoins above  property). 1.22_b acres. Deep moorage.  $36,500. ,  GERRANS BAY ��� 220�� ft low bank  sheltered waterfront, 1.24 treed acres.  Access from Francis Peninsula Road.  $44,000.  ���  GERRANS BAY ��� 75�� ft waterfront  with deep, sheltered moorage. A good  buy at $35,000.  INVESTMENT PROPERTY  Partially   developed   subdivision   with  potential of 59 lots on Francis Peninsula,  Pender Harbour,. $150,000.  1. MIDDLE POINT ��� 2.9 treed acres on  Hwy 101 with 949,�� sq ft 2 BR homo with  carport. Drilled well, $39,500,  ?. RUBY LAKE ��� 5^+ treed acres, close  to public lake acceW. $197 800.  3. FRANCIS PENINSULA��� 3.4�� acres 8,  4��. acres, seml-waterfront. Overlooking  Malaspina Strait & |ust a few feet to the  waterfront. Hydro, water & paved road.  $40,000 each.  4. Near Ruby Lake ��� 8.39 acres on Hwy  101. $25,000.  5. Near Madeira Park ��� 15 acres,  2150+, ft on ffwy 101. $44,000,  6. Francis  Peninsula  ���   l,8_h   acres,  corner of Warnock and Francis Peninsula',  Roads, $17,500.  7. WARNOCK ROAD ��� level lot, almost  one aero, Good soil, selectively cloarod.  $24,000.  8. FRANCIS PENINSULA -~ 2��_ acres  with panoramic view of Pender Harbour.  12'x20' cabin, concrete driveway.  $32,000.  ACREAGE  EXRL "COVE ��� 5.57 acres, 450+ ft  sheltered. waterfront ad|olning 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 resort. An  excellent property. Full price $95,000,  EGMONT ��� 7 acres with 540 ft low  bank waterfront. Site has been  prepared for possible use as a large  WF tral|er-camper park & fishing  resort. This Is an excellent property  ad|olnlng the Egmont Marina.  $180,000 ��� Owner will finance at  bank Interest rate,  ST, VINCENT BAY ��� 365�� ft waterfront,  6.71 acres, water access. $29,500.  I  COMMERCIAL PROPER  3  GARDEN BAY MARINE ��� 700�� lineal  feet floats, Living quarters, laundry,  showers on leased land, $85,000,  1    '���" ' ���  ������������ '������' "    ''������"���    '��� .     ,���<.  .:,ili:A,i"i,,M'.t;  MADEIRA PARK ��� vacant store bldg,  ad|olnlng living quartors, One acre with  104' frontage on Madeira Park Rd.  Zoned R3. $32,000.  - ��� ��� I  TROUT FARM - PENDER HARBOUR. Ready  to go ��� raceways Installed to handle  160,000 trout, 95^ aero,* land.  Provincial commercial trout farm  licence, Wator llconco, Located on Hwy  101, across from Pondor Harbour  Secondary School, $266,000.  JUNCTION ISLAND ���ST. VINCENT BAY  Beautiful 18,75+ acre Island In Jervis Inlet with numerous good building  sltas, excellent ��heltered moorage and several covos, Well trood with fir,  codar, arbutus ��� some merchantable timber, Oyster bed, Only 15 minutes  ride by fast boat from Earls Cove or Egmont. $120,000,  WATERFRONT HOMES  i  HOSPITAL BAY - 3 BR home with 1/3  basemen* on SO* ft low bank wqfer-  front, Southerly oxposuro, Float.  W.OOO, - - - - ���  GARDEN BAY ��� spacious a BR home on  1,16 acres on Claydon Road. On 95+ It  watorfront with float and boathouse.  -11)49,000 ~^���.-,_,. -.. - - - ���   GUNBOAT BAY ~ 5dfc acres with 3 BR  horn*, 3 cottages, float, On I52�� It  watorfront. Near Madeira Park,  $125,000,  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 5 BR homo, full  basement, 1997 sq ft on main floor, Built  1976. Separate 700 sq ft workshop, On  122 ��, cholco watorfront lot with ramp &  ftotrrr $180,000.���* -     ��� - ~���  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  0LLI or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233  |Hw.>  I ,.\���  PageB-4 Peninsula Times  April 18,1979  For Sale  MANDOUN, $75; sink from a  train, $75; pulling, harness  for horse, $25.886-9324. 3984-21  2-HORSE trailer, double axle,  front entry, spring-loaded.  gate, exc. cond. Asking $2,800.  885-9513. 3987-21  NCR 160 Posting Machine.  Will sell or trade??? Phone  463-4191. Ask for Bill Allan.  4693-22  24" GE pushbutton white  range, $35.885-9375.  4636-20  AUTO WRECKING Towing  Car Sales. Large stock,  large turnover. Will take  property or HD equipment on  trade. No reasonable offer  \ .  Doug Joyce  Bob Bull  885-2761  885-2503  refused. Reason:  otBefln-"  terests. Phone 392-4738.   4681-  _21 ���-     Moving,  versus  renovation  ��� Often-a  faced  with  Tieeds~ot  homeowner - is  growing   space  a^growing-iainilyr  wonders  whether  he  SECHELT $47,500  Near new, large, bright, economical three  bedroom home, 1 year new, 1260 sq ft.  -Thermopane windows and doors," central  fireplace, open plan, no stairs, level lot.  Large sundeck, carport and storage. Good  value at $47,500. Call Don.  Sii  REDROOFFS $67,500  New waterfront 3 bdrm home with expansive view of Georgia Strait and Vancouver   Island.,  Features   shake   roof,  stainless steel "Shaw' fireplace & skylight.-  Treed lot. Bob.  REALTY LTD.  895-3211  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  "Post Office Box 1219, Sechelt    "  Vancouver Toll Free: 684-8016  Jack Anderson  Stan Anderson  Don Hadden  885-2053  885-2385  885-9504  WEST SECHELT Reduced to $89,000  ~9;3~ercre5T5Fgobcl farmland." Has new"4"bdrrtf  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. Bob  and  should move or renovate.  While it may be feasible to  renovate  for  added  space,  there are some hazards to  _��Qn��id��r,-__._ ..__    Look first at the cost of  renovation with quotes from  several reliable contractors.  Check the costs of  materials.if you plan to do it  yourself and don't forget the  cost of your time, which is  worth money too. Also check  -fl-usting by-laws and-building-  regulations to make sure your  plans are legal.  Using these quotations, get  an honest market appraisaLof  your home as it stands and  with the addition. You might  )  -fintf-your renovation" wl-TpuT  your  home  far  above the  -market value of neighbouring  homes, making it almost  impossible to recover the  value if you eventually sell.  A little homework before  will give you the answer to the  problem of moving vs.  renovation.  Understand  mortgage  r>  terms  A mortgage loan is a  transaction in which an  amount of money is borrowed  and a promise to pay is given.  As additional security for  the loan, the borrower gives  the lender a conveyance or  charge on the borrower's  property or real estate.  The MORTGAGE is the  lender and the MORTGAGOR  is the borrower. The TERM is  the actual length of time the  original loan is in effect,  which is generally five years,,  but may be more or less.  The MATURITY DATE is  the final day of the term, on  which any unpaid balance of  the mortgage loan ls due and  payable to the mortgagee in  full.  Frequently, the mortgage  loan is renewed and  refinanced at the current  mortgage rate on that date.  The AMORTIZATION  PERIOD is the period  required to retire a loan by a  series of equal payments. It Is  generally used In referring to  blended monthly payments of  principal and Interest.  Planting  energy  trees  Energy ��� llko money ���  does not grow on trees, but  trees can bo an energy saving  device.  Deciduous trees planted on  the south, west or east side of  your home will grow to bo an  energy reduction  feature . . . and tall  evergreens planted on the  north side perform the function^  Shado produced by  decWublis trees during hot  summer months reduces the  amount of solar heat your  . home absorbs nnd lessons tho  burden placed on cooling  ley "winter blasts from the  north side, reducing the work  your furnance will have to do  to maintain reasonable  warmth In your home.  WEST SECHELT $60,00,0  Cul de sac off Norvan Road. 3 bedroom full  basement family home. Good garden soil  and large sundeck. 1,154 sq. 'of quality  construction.' Asking $60,000. Call Doug.  8 ACRES VIEW COUNTRY ESTATE $97,000  1400 sq ff~full~baserrfent-home " with"  spacious living/dining room. Fireplaces up  Tind^ownTnJtos^Sxfra 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 landscaped  lawn. Orchard, fishpond, year-round creek,  garden, .greenhouse. & complete privacy.  Call Bob. .-  VIEW OF TRAIL ISLANDS $82,000  Luxury new West Sechelt home. Tastefully  decorated with^ numerous extras. Well-  insulated, energy-conscious home' with a  fireplace that must be see/i, plus provision  for space heater lower level. Tastefully  decorated with numerous extras. 3  bedrooms, sunken tub, shower, large level  'garden' lot, sundecks, double carport. The  price won't shock you once you see It. Call  -Bob-for an appointment.  CREEKSIDE HOME $68,500  On 6/10 acre with parklike setting,  towering trees & spacious, easy to maintain  level lawns. One year new expansive home  has two large bedrooms. Separate entrance  hall leads to o large living room with  fireplace that invites gracious entertaining.  A 23x28' attached garage could be converted to an extra bedroom & family room.  An added plus is a 440' workshop with 3 pee  plumbing. Close to best sandy, beach in.  area.  ROBERTS CREEK $48,000  -room home on 1.67 acre_s^pgcious  open plan of  1320 sq ft has ensuite off'  i master bdrm'. Home has family room and  utility.   Reduced   drastically   in   price   for  immediate sale. Bob.  SELMA PARK ��� $15,000. 1976 12x68' Bendix Paramount Mobile  Home. All new w/w includes triple axles, tires & wheels, hitch,  stove & fridge and 3 beds. This unit cannot be told from new. (See  Doug).        _ _ _ _       _ _ ���    _ .  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOME: a cozy, near new 792 sq ft 2 bedroom  home close to the beach at Chapman Creek. Not stairs, electric  heat, double glazing. Government prepaid lease-has 19 yearsto-  run: FP $32,000.  LOTS  SECHELT VILLAGE $42,900  Attractive 2 bedroom home, no stairs,  newly decorated in & out, on level 66x122'  lot. Close to post office and shopping. 8x12'  tool shed, rear lane. Landscaped. Call Don.  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY $120,000  Sechelt Village. Fully rented, mostly on  lease. Shows good return on investment.  Opportunity to invest in this growing  community. Details to bonafide purchaser.  Dougr   PENDER HARBOUR ,    $72,000  Madeira Castle ��� unique home for value &  location. 2800 sq ft with breathtaking view.  Decor includes original murals, sunken gold  bathtub & extensive cedar work. Double  windovwihr5ygbfl.u.Land..B.as^..t0.tb-iat..J-_LS���  Bob.  DAVIS BAY WATERFRONT $36,500  Large lot with a fine beach. -Fairly steep access but walkable.  Fantastic southwest view. Nicely treed. (Stan)  WATERFRONT COTTAGE - $43,500. 66' x approx 325' with easy  ~a:cce^s~re~?dfrapr.''Ve?7^o6d^^  Lovely westerly view. Treed property. (Stan)  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS ��� $10,000. Extra large building lot in area of  new homes. All services including paved roads. Call Doug.  PRICE REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE $54,000  Like new 2 bdrm bsmt home. Good layout  with southern exposure and view. Save  money ��� extra insulation, twin seal  windows'and heatilator fireplace. Call Bob.  WEST SECHELT $72,500  Spanish split-level home, near new with all  trTe���extra features. Double carport,  workshopT~3~baths^4bdrms, 2 fireplaces,  bay window and a formal diningarea. Good  level lot affords a view from the 2nd floor.  Tile roof. 2288 sq ft. Call Bob.  SANDY HOOK LOT ��� $10,300. Approx 70 x 127' with shed on.  Hydro, phone & water on paved road. Close to boating & fishing.  Call Don.  REDROOFFS 1/2 ACRE: Treed & 104' of frontage on Redrooffs Rd.  Lots of good trees and some alder for firewood. Easy access from  the road and excellent topsoil. Serviced with power & water. FP  $12,500.  SECHELT VILLAGE $36,900  Near new 3 bdrm modular home on clear  garden_ lot with carport. Price-includes  stove, fridge, washer & dryer and is completely furnished. Walk to shops. A bargain.  Stan.  ACREAGE  WEST SECHELT $49,900  One of the prettiest split-levels around!  Less than 6ne,year old. Twin seal windows &  screens. Half basement with downstairs  bathroom. 7x9' steel shed on a cement pad.  Call Doug.  SECHELT VILLAGE: 5 acres measuring 330 x 660'. Will eventually  have a view. Close to the arena. Try your offer to $35,000.  WILSON CREEK ��� Own your own trailer park pn 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.  -REDROOFFS AREA:WildwoodRdr7-125-x-200-level lot; veryreasyto-  build on.  Beautiful  evergreens.  Priced  for  immediate  sale  at  _��i_t_200; , . / ;'.. v:7;.:7 . 77 V'-.: 7'".' -.'   HALFMOON BAY: Approx 1.1 acres. 2'BR home.- Could put second  home on this property. FP $44,900.  WATERFRONT, W. SECHELT  Pebble beach with your own road right to  water.   3  bdrms,   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.  EGMONT WATERFRONT): Excellent investment opportunity. Close  to 560' of waterfront with 5 acres & a 5.yr old double wide home.  Asking $85,000 with 1/2 dn. All offers & trades will be considered.  SECHELT VILLAGE $44,900  Sunshine Heights. Spectacular view of the  inlet & mountains. 1058 sq ft of easy to keep  2 bedroom home. Landscaped by a  professional. Priced to sell Immediately.  Call Doug,  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME $65,900  3 bedroom, full basement home on a large  landscaped lot. Lots of sundeck on the  southwest side. The home also has an extra  large attached double garage with direct  entry to the basement. Rec room and  bedroom in basement are basically  finished. Call Stan.  GIBSONS $68,000  2-1/2 acres with modern 3 bedroom  basement home. Oil-fired hot water  heating, two fireplaces, rec room and many  other features. Approx 1-1/2 acres cleared  and In lawn with fruit trees and shrubs.  Excellent soil. Stan,  DAVIS BAY $73,500  ONE OF THE COAST'S FINEST I Fully finished  on both floors, This all cedar home Is of the  highest quality. Two heatilator fireplaces  make the home very Inexpensive to heat.  One extra large main floor bedroom and 2  on the lower level, Large attached two car  carport and a large carpeted sundeck, all  thormal pane windows, a lot that Is over 1/2  acre and landscaped make this a MUST SEE  home I Call Stan,  EGMONT WATERFRONTAGE: Over 20 acres with approx 1000' of  waterfront. Could be an excellent Investment. Vendor offers terms  wtth $50,000 dn. Consideration given to trades.  BUSINESS BLOCK  A LITTLE GOLDMINE: Sechelt's best restaurant. A THRIVING  business with anexcelltn gross profit. Living accommodation on site  for the new owners at very little extra.  GOING CONCERN: Small trailer park, 4 pads and lots .of room for  expansion, 2.41 acres of land, some trees. Wilson Creek location.  Very convenient. FP $60,000.  ' .,,.. _   HALFMOON BAY: Commercial opportunity on Hwy 1011 Gas  station, auto repair shop Investment. A one of a kind. Zoned C2.  Asking $39,900.  SEMI-RETIREMENT BUSINESS GOING CONCERN $74,500 FULL PRICE  TWO LAUNDROMAT LOCATIONS.  Both of these sites are Ideal for year-round steady trade. 14 washer  & 12 dryers In one location. 7 dryers and 14 washers In 2nd location.  All equipment In top condition. Stores are clean and newly  decorated. Gross revenue approx $2,800 per month. For further  Information call J. Anderson or Bob Bull 885-3211, Vane. 684-8016.  SANDY HOOK WATERFRONT: 68' of accessible waterfrontage with  boat launching slipway. 400-sqft cabin with fireplace & large deck.  Partly furnished. Asking $49,000.  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;  SECHELT VILLAGE ��� Lot 6, selectively clearedileoyingrsome trees:.  View of the ocean & within walking distanceto shopping- Sewered  this year. Asking $12,000.  SOUTHWOOD ROAD: Close to 1/2 acre. Level building lot. Hydro  and regional water at road. Checks compare. Attractively priced at  $9;450.  CLEARED, LEVEL LOT: Sechelt Village ��� 62.5 x 120'. Ready for  building. Owner will trade as part down payment on home. Valuer  $11,500.  SELMA PARK VIEW LOT: Extra large 90 x 179' lot, corner location,  easy access. Excellent view of Trail Island. FP $15,500.  WILSON CREEK: On Browning Rd, a 75 x 158' view lot only 300' from  beach, road access. This lot Is partially cleared and fenced, ready to  build on. A quiet street close to all facilities. One of a kind at  $16,900.  SELMA PARK: Prime building lot! Over 150' road frontage. Large  enough to assure privacy. FP $18,500.  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT: Lot 80 x 414' ��� Great view with all  services, water, paved road, cablevision, hydro. FP $26,500.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS: Inlet view lot 50 x 120 x 90, Close to marine,  Asking $13,500.  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 carpott, Basement Is finished. FP $54,500.  VIEW LOTS, SANDY HOOK ��� take your choice of 3, priced low to  sell at $8,050 & $8,150. Owner will look at reasonable offors to  these low prices,  SARGENTS RD. $59,900  Watch the Beachcombers filming from your  ; living room window, This Immaculate home  " has a fantastic view of Keats Island, Gibsons Harbour and beyond, Well-maintained  garden affords beauty and privacy in a  village setting', For appointment to view,  call Bob,  '^ GIBSONS ��� NORTH ROAD $64,900  V Near new 3 bedroom home with 3  bathrooms, hat shake roof & cedar siding,  which blend Into the wooded setting  oyer IpoKlnfl <S��at�� Island & beyond I Good  location close to ferry for commuting. Ready  ���or occupancy now.  SECHELT'VILLAGE: Sunshine Heights Lot 67 x 125' In a district  containing some fine new homes. Level and easy to clear. All  services, $2,000 down and easy monthly payments, FP $ 10,900.  SANDY HOOK: Spectacular view Lot In quiet residential area. 55 x  163' zoned Rll. Mobile homes permitted, Asking $10,500,  COOPER RD: Lot 80x263', treed, level. Services along paved  road. Atklng $11,500.  REDR00FF  RANCH INC. SUBDIVISION  REDROOFF RANCH INC. Phase I subdivision Is located on Redrooffs Road approximately 5  1/2 miles west of Sechelt Village. Hydro, telephone and regional water serves the sub  division. The lots are wooded and level to gently sloping. Particulars of the subdivision  .Included In the prospectus ��� ask for your free copy.  DAVIS BAY , $63,500  Beautiful 3 bdrm home In prestige area, Has  one of tho vest view* on the coast, AH  tervlcet, A must see for serious buyers,  ({Doug),  mmmmHIim^mmmKKKImWmmlMmm^.  e_ ^ltiflH__��1l_��Br. mw><MM<  FULL PRICE $41,900  3 bedroom, dbl plbg. Handy Sechelt locale,  landscaped lot with ti-drlvtway, Thlt home  It only 3 years old, clean & bright. Real  value, Cafl Jack.  ROBERTS CREEK $43,000  Brand new 3 bedroom home. Immediate  possession. Try your offer, Coll Doug,  lot 31 ��� SOLD  lot 32 ��� SOLD  lot 33 ��� SOLD  Lot 34 ��� $11,600  Lot 35 ��� SOLD  Lot 36 ��� $11,900  Lot 37 ��� $12,750  Price schedule  Lot 38 ��� $11,900  Lot 39 ��� SOLD  Lot 40 ��� $11,600  Lot 41 ��� $12,700  Lot 42 ��� $16,600  Lot 43 ��� SOLD  Lot 44 ��� SOLD  Lot 45 ��� $11,160  Lot 46 ��� $12,500  Lot 47 ��� SOLD  Lot 48 ��� SOLD  Lot 49 ��� SOLD  Lot 50 ��� SOLD  Dimension* are given In both feet and metret.  ���ty.Jf0       / far    J .  X. *  h i>1  ^"  <v  D :  *&l  ��*"���*.        4_f   \  V'S.S    k0-     -  \  :��  SB  4/>  "- 1"  hfr<*'\rf$ - m ---��� ���  ���  I-��� n&o��.       ������ **tf ���iT* ������ ���#/ ���������'���*��������������--..������-..-.*i  It... .4..I1.,  'IS  -v" ,*/'  JF9  V  ��� ���.....J*.-. J**���  "r_   1 *  .10  v  ,o>v  ,1  ���/"���  ��.' " '. I.I  # i  /  \ I  .  Zoning and home ingpectfons  roonvhe is considered to have   room shall have a window or  a separate, and illegal, suite,   windows,  skylights, trari-1  Generalist inspectors,, are 7. slucent panels or glass area of  also available to interpret the   an outside door that faces'  What do you do if the next  door neighbour has been busy  building things in the  basement ��� things that look  suspiciously like a secondary  suite ��� and the area is zoned  for single family', housing?  What if the opposite is true,  and far from being too busy,  your neighbour___doesn_t do'  anything to his house ��� the  grass is long, the garage is  falling down and the front  steps look ready to join the  garage? Nothing in the city  by-laws controls lawns and  shrubbery, so only persuasion  will get the neighbour's grass  <&���  Fabulous WF lot with super  view.    Gunboat    Bay    in  -Pender.. Harbour-area.  Good building site. Asking-  only $39,500.    '  FABULOUS INVESTMENT  61.5    acres    plus    approximately     700'     of  -waterfrontage.-- -Located,  again in Gunboat Bay with  900   sq   ft   Panabode ~in  excellent condition, plus a  wharf. Property able to be"  subdivided into lots.  Asking only $350,000. Will  consider   all   trades   &  terms.  JEFF STEPHENSON  OH: 588-0131  Home: 530-2682  GREyERIARS REAEiy-  cut. But infractions and  failure to maintain property in  a safe condition are controlled  by the city.  Modern zoning came to  Vancouver in 1956 with Zoning  and Development By-law No.  3575, which replaced the first  zoning by-law, enacted in 1930.  "Housing" inspectors * were  hired at that time to enforce  the new zoning regulations.  Gradually these inspectors  took on a wider range of  duties, and recently assumed  the awesome title of  "generalist" inspectors.  The city now employs  nine generalist inspectors.  They are part of Permits and  Licenses, but should not be  confused with the building,  plumbing   and   electrical  by-law.^ for' the homeowner,  who wants to add a suite to a  house in a multiple family  area. The inspector gives  advice on the placement of  fire escapes and the  "munimum "jcmounts "of veri-"  tilation and light that must be  available. Getting this advice  doesn't exempt the owner  trpm obtaining the permits  and approvals necessary for  completing the suite ��� it does  give him a good idea of the  city's requirements.  Each of ,the nine generalist  inspectors has his own area of  the city to patrol, making  routine checks and following  directly to outside space and  is in total equal ih area to ten  per cent of the, floor area of the  room.*' By comparison, it's a  gargantuan task to define a  neighbourhood and prove, that  the 'unkept property violates  that particular neighbourhood's standards. At the  moment, the Untidy Premises  by-law is invoked only against  unoccupied premises, where  Standards of Maintenence  does not apply:  Infractions of the Standards of Maintenance by-law  can be punished by fines of  from $50 to $500 or two months  Wednesday, April 18,1979 The Peninsula Times PageB-5  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������E  ���     SUNNYCREST  9       SHOPPING  ____ CENTRE  3    fififi 9977     \___J AND U^0 DEVELOPMENT LTD  R.R. 2-Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  CONVEYANCING* REAL ESTATE CONSULTING ���APPRAISALS* NOTARY PUBLIC  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  682-1513  HOMES  in jail, but the generalist in  inspectors~who-work-in-the���up���on-complaints���that-are ~~ spectors "prefer ~to~getr com-���j  same���Klepa_*men-T-^l-e=H?hQned-in-to4^  Licenses department. At the   Most people do voluntarily  m  I  generalist inspector first sees  a new building one year after  it is completed, to check that  the structure is being used for  the approved, purpose ��� that  single family houses have hot  sprouted a suite in the  basement or one in the attic.  If there is an illegal suite,  the city will give the^landlord  notice that it must be vacated  jvithin 30 days,- and-the in-  same time inspectors watch  for infractions of the three  other by-laws they enforce:  the Standards of Maintenance  by-law, the Untidy Premises  by-law, and the Sign by-law.  Inspectors habitually drive  down back lanes one their way  to routine!checks and- cbhK  plaint calls,, looking for the  falling eaves.-shaky-garages-  to  ill  -spectoMvill-eheek-baek-to^ee-  that the. house has been  restored to "approved occupancy". Making - that  change can be as simple as  disconnecting a stove and a  -and-abandoned7derelicticars-  that violate provisions of the  .Standards of Maintenance bylaw. That by-law sets out the  specific standards for  buildings and the land they  bring their houses up  standard, a saving in  feelings and court costs.  If you are violating either  the" Zoning and Development  or Standards of Maintenance  by-laws, a generalist inspector may be about to call  oh you r-unannounced, Oh the.;  other hand, if you'd like to get  in touch, call-Permits and.  REDROOFFS ROAD ��� WATERFRONT  Wind your way down a gently sloping path to 159 feet of your  own waterfront property. At low tide, a beautiful sandy  beach for the kids to play, swim and water ski. From your  large living room window the most spectacular view you  have ever seen. Watch the  '^r^X^i^h4:H lor9e ��hiP�� and P'��<��"> craft  churn their way through  Welcome Pass. This unbelievable  view takes in Halfmoon Bay,  Welcome Pass and Thornby  Islgndvr-Thls���well��� bulltr single    storey   home   features __  ] beautifully tandscapi  iy v;  grounds and Is mostly in huge trees  for complete privacy.'This beautiful home must be seen to be  believed. $109,500.  B  -L-censes-at-873-7601��� on-tl  second floor of City Hall's  East Wing.  ���k-itehen-s-inkr-beeauso-t-ie���are-situated-onr-inaking���it-  important distinction between  a single family dwelling -'da  multiple dwelling is not the  relationship of the people who  live inside, but the number of  kitchens in separate use. It is  legal to have two boarders in a  single family area, for  example, but if a stove is  installed in the boarder's  easier to enforce than the  Untidy Premises by-law, which requires only that property  be maintained in keeping with  the standards of the neighbourhood. There's nothing to  argue" about, for example, in  the provision that "every  habitable room except a  kitchen, bathroom  or toilet  CHERYL ANNE PARK ROAD  -Architect-designed tudor home in quiet cul do sac with sormv  -ocean-viewv-This-large���1-2-78-square-feet-three-bedroom-  home, must be seen. Two finished fireplaces, finished rec  room, ensuite plumbing, two sundecks and the list keeps  going on. Situated amongst other quality homes. Front yard  landscaped with many evergreens. Don't buy before seeing  this home. $62,500.  THOMPSON-ROAD  Langdale. This non-basement Langdale three bedroom view  home features extensive use of granite on exterior and huge  walk around fireplace. Modern kitchen has solid walnut  cabinets and built-in dishwasher. A garage and workshop  round out the picture.  NORTH. FLETCHER^JFjye...room home with  B  Fitness fits in. /^*7  jcnottimW,  development in half basement. Lot is 76 x  129 with panoramic view of Keats, Shelter,  Islands the water and mountains. Very  private. Separate garage. Livingroom has  fireplace and dining area will take large  suite. New copper .piping and new electrical  wiring. $43,500.  pamapatnon-mWQ  i Tn�� Canadian mowmtnl lor p��r��o��Ml fttnM*.  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE (1978) LTD.   Boxl490HWk4   Wharf Road, Sechelt. B.C. VON 3A0  885-3271  HOMES  GIBSONS AREA TO ROBERTS CREEK  5''bedrooms 'and  tc i - -"u>,~ ni\  a 'large.  I  ONLY STEPS^TQrQEACH"  This'family favorite'ho's 5 "bedrooms and a large. reCj room.  Completely fenced yard is safe for children. Lots of room for only  $48,900. Rita Percheson, 885-5706.  UP& DOWN DUPLEX ' $49,500  Large 3 bedroom with excellent revenue potential, located on 1  acre near Roberts Creek on Highway 101. Vendor will consider  offers. Ed Baker, 885-2641.  WILSON CREEK TO SECHELT AREA      ���.  NEW ON MARKET! '        ,  2 years build ��� 3 bedroom VIEW home In new family subdivision WILSON CREEK. This home Is Immaculate and priced to  sell at only $42,000.  Call Rita Percheson   885-5706.  IMPOSSIBLE?  $87,600  1700 sq. ft. of quality workmanship  in  this   new  home.  Many   deluxe  features   In   this   beauty.   Wilson  Creek.  Call   Rita  Percheson  885-5706  or  Chuck Dowman   885-9374  SECHELT VILLAOE ,      $38,000  Cozy bungalow, 2 bedrooms could be 3. Neat & clean Inside and  out, walk to school and shopping. Large LR with w/w. carpeting,  kitchen & dinette, carport. Fenced and fully landscaped. Call Ed  Baker, 885-2641.  SECHELT VILLAOi       ' 146,900  ^ 3-bedroom   sparkler.   Charming   &  Stp^fc Immaculate w-dl'nlng rm. and kitchen  &a3��-' j*] eating space, coxy fireplace A car-  peted through-out, Only 1 year old &  already has a bountiful garden with  fruit trees. Priced to sell fast.  Ken Wells   886-7223  WEST SECHELT $56,500  Attractive Spanish type 3 bdrm bungalow, approx 3 yrs built.  Large LR 20x20 fireplace, open beam ceiling. DR, family kitchen.  All   bdrms   large,   master   ensuite,   w/w   throughout.   Large'  workshop at rear. Floor area 1584 sq ft. Ed Baker, 885-2641.  REDROOFFS TO PENDER HARBOUR AREA  REDROOFFS AREA - GARDENERS  PARADISE. $45,000'. 2 bdrm, well-  maintained rancher situated on a  larger attractively landscaped lot,  100x263, separate garage, 1 rm  cottage, greenhouse, large playroom  for the youngsters. To view call Ed  Baker, 885-2641.  CHEAPER THAN RENT $32.500  4 yr old.3 bdrm full bsmt home on one acre near Sllversands.  Live InI while you do the finishing, Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  LOTS AND ACREAGE  "NEW ON THE MARKET" I  A really great location I "  8 new lots on Nor-West Bay Road opposite Derby Road. They are  In their natural state, so you can create your own landscaping.  Some with view. Your choice of 7 lots at $10,900.  Larry Reardon   885-3924  YOUR CHOICE OF 1/2 ACRE LOTS - FROM $10,500 to $15,000  B  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  I   be   built   behind   existing   building.   F.P:  I   $2-4'900-      -    -----  I    LOOKOUT DRIVE ��� Overlooking Porpoise  ��� Bay-_t_-is-__ear--neM-_l_-O0--sq-Jt_-___seme_i__  J home has everything a family would want  I for comfortable living &,more. 4 bedrooms,  |_-tul_.bath_plus_ ensuite, convenient- utility_  ��� room upstairs and plenty of cupboards &  ! cabinets. Situated on a completely land-  I scaped lot in quiet residential area. Other  | features include huge rec room, 2  |, fireplaces, twin seal windows and screens.h  ��� Priced for a quick sale. FP $49,900.  | FIRCREST   PLACE:   Three "bedroom   family  ��� home very nicely appointed. Large rec room  ��� with built-in bar nearly completed. Many  | kitchen cabinets, fireplace. Nicely treed lot  | situated on quiet no through street close to  ��� schools and shopping. $49,900.  INVESTMENT POTENTIAL:  In this beautiful 1/2 acre +'  Zoned R2 for mobile homes.  Rita Percheson   885-5706  $10,500  wooded lot on Wildwood Road.  Hydro & water.  ��wS  **-u��-#  IMMACULATE ��� $43.900. 3 bdrm  home in Sechelt Village, Large corner  lot Is completely fenced and landscaped, Carport has ad|olnlng  workshop & storage area. Price  reduced for quick sale. Rita Percheson, 885-5706 or Chuck Dowman,  885-9374.  GREAT LOCATION ��� 1 BLOCK TO BEACH  This 3 bdrm. basement home has ensuite, large living roorp with'  Heatalator fireplace, great location, 1 block to Davis Bay Beach  ��� 1 block to Elementary School and a corner store close at hand  ��� only $38,900  Chuck Dowmon   883-9374 or 883-3271  iA?r PORPOISE PAY RQAp JM.900  Everything Is oversized In this large mobile with approx. 1300  sq. ft. floor area, Joined under one roof are 71x12 and 36x12  units, creating ample space for a rec. room large enough to  house a pool table. 3 bdrms. large sundeck and a separate  garage. (30x16)  Larry Reardon   (185-3924  STARTER SPECIAL - I tLOCK TO BIACH $18.900  Spotless 2 storey, Ideal for starter home on double lot with shed  for Work Shop.  Chuck bowman   889.9374  Cleared and ready to build on. Serviced, Incl. cable, Nlckerson  Rd. Call Ed Baker, 885-2641. $13,500.  Loaded with trees on blacktop road, with hydro and water In  Redrooffs. Call Larry Reardon, 085-3924. $13,500.  Large treed lot at the corner of Redrooffs Road and the road to  Sargent Bay. Serviced with hydro and water. Call Larry Reardon,  885-3924. $15,000.  WATER. RQNT LOT/VIEW iqt  At Sandy Hook we have this lOO'-t- waterfront lot, close to road  and ad|alnlng with an excellent view lot that lies next to B.R.  Larry Reardon, 885-3924. $15,900 and $8,500,  U7 A<.Rl.i  Nicely treed, gentle slop to SW, will have a good view .when  some trees come down. Ed Baker, 885-2641. $18,500.7  N9R-WMT BAY ROAD  Wooded lot  150 x 70', zonod R2,  $12,500, Call Ed Baker, 885-2641.  trailers allowed. Sign on.  RARE 25 ACRESi  Only 5 minutes West of Sechelt. High a dry. Mostly treed. Asking  $62,000, Chuck Dowman, 0059374.  WELCOME WOODS  An extra large lot, 125 x 200', lerylced with hydro and wator,  Call Larry R3ardon, 809-3924, $9,790.  PARQ-Ain HARBQMR WW  Seml-waterfront property, |ust across the Narrows Bridge and  facing Bargain Harbour, Treed and good for building on, with  |ust the road between you and the water, Call Larry Reardon,  8053924. $22,500.  Near Level, LARGE lot with 140' frontage on quiet street. LOTS  THIS SIZE ARE RAREI Selectively cleared and ready to build that  dream home, Roberts Creek on Coach Road.  Priced low at $12,500  Call Rita Percheson   003-9706  5  ���  1258 HEADLAND ROAD: Cozy village hqme  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.  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. $6?,500.  HILLCREST ROAD: Beautiful view lot on a  quiet cul de sac In an area of new homos.  All underground services. Cleared and  ready for building; $5,000 down, balance by  Agreement for Sale. $17,900. -  LANGDALE RIDGE SUBDIVISION: Fantastic  view lots, An, area of new and varied  homes, These lots offor thomselves to many  different building locations. En|oy privacy  and the view of Howe Sound. Priced from  $12,900.'  SCHOOL & WYNGART ROADS: Only 4 of  those Duplex lots left. Beautiful view  properties overlooking the Bay, Closo to  schools and shopping. All lots perfectly  sultod to side-by-side or up-down duplex  construction. Priced at $15,500 and  $16,500,  FIRCREST ROAD: Ovor 20 nicely trood  building lots to chooso from, 61x131. We  will arrango to have a home built for you,  Locatod a short drive down Pratt Road,  Prlcod at $9,700 each.  CREEKSIDE PARK ESTATES: In Gibsons  Village on North Road, Lots for single wldos,  double wides and conventional homos. All  on sowar, water, hydro and all within throe  blocks of tho shopping centre, schools and  medical clinic. Priced from $10,900 to  $19,900.  -D_-__[S_ROAD.: .Exceptionally__wejl bujlt 3  bdrm home, heatilator FP, 2 sundecks,  family dining room plus eating area in  kitchen. All this on main floor. Lovely  landscaped level lot with storage shed, full  garden in & double garage. Plus 2 furnished  suites in basement, self-contained with'  private entrances. Rental $200 each suite.  This is a fantastic value & only 2 blocks to  shopping, schools etc. The price on this  $87,500.  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 roam.  Heatilator -fireplace. 19 x 27 concrete  basement for workshop and storage. Five  appliances-mcluded^Park-like-lantlscaper-  $42,900.  -1286- HEADLANDS -ROAD:���This-thre&  bedroom home is attractively situated at  the base of the Bluff and close to the boat  launching romp. Great living room for  entertainment, 16 x 25. Also has 10-1/4%  mortgage. $42,900.  1,730 MARTIN RQAD: Ypu "couldn't, wish for  a better loeatioji^in Gi&sons, being within,  easy walking distance to shops, schools,  ond harbour. Spacious and comfortable one  level home in excellent condition featuring  large livingroom, three bedrooms, one full  bathroom plus powder room off living area,  huge sundeck. Landscaped lot and a  beautiful view. $45,900.'  XRU.CLL_RDu_Br]ght  bedroom family view  condition   located  and   spacious   three  home in excellent  within   easy   walking  KEARTON RD: 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 pdtio; All this on 2.5  acres of level land in quiet area. Close to  schools and shopping. Fenced grazing  areas, three stall stable and tack roorh. 1-f0  x 173 riding ring. 16 x 24 unfinished cabin  In rear. On regional water, $75,000.,  LOTS  FAIRVIEW RD:..Nearly 1/4 acre of flat easy  to build on land, Mobile homes are allowed.  Large cedar trees provide privacy and  enhance this setting, Close to Cedar Grove  School, $11,900.  DAVIDSON RD: 2/5 of an acre with a  fantastic view from Langdale Ridge. This lor  has a small creek on the very back of the  property. AH new. homes In this area.  $14,900. ���        ,  -TUWANEK: 80 x 140 lot only one block to  beach. Full view of the Inlet, Piped community water available. $9,900.  ABBS RD: Vlow of Bay oroa and Georgia  Strait Is yours from this boautlful lot in aroa  of elaborate jjomos, Two blocks to schools  and shopping, $19,900,  REDROOFFS AREA: Over 1 treed acre, This  sloping property offers maximum privacy  and Is actually two lots. (Can be bought  separately), Serviced with regional water.  Power 2 blocks away. $15,800, '  SMITH ROAD: Cleared view lot closo to ferry  terminal and ocean view. Triangular shaped  lot with good building site, $14,000,  distance to schools and shops. Large kitchen  with built-in dishwasher and indirect  lighting. Two fireplaces. Huge recreation  room. Lots of extra space In daylight  basement for den or extra bedroom and  workshop. $58,900.  MARINE DR: Soames Point, Gibsons. Ideal  summer home on beautiful large view lot.,  Beach access just across the street. Good  recreational or holding property. Large  covered sundeck overlooking Keats Island  and Howe Sound. VeYidor will consider  carrying Agreement for Sale. $33,500.  DAVIS RD: Ideal starter oPrtTh-.QQent home.  "^nly1wo~Blb^kTfrom" schools and shopping���  This three bedroom home has everything  you need for comfort and convenience. The  carport "could-easily be converted toa-  family room and a separate carport could  be built on many sites within the extra large  landscaped lot. $39,500.  CRUCIL RD: Big family? Then this four  bedroom, two bathroom home could be the  home you've been looking for. Full  5 basement with rec room, utility and  roughed-ln 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.     DAVIS & SHAW RD: A Gold Medallion four  bedroom home. Three levels of luxurious  living. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, two  hot water tanks. Family room, rec room and  utility. Double glazed windows and  separate entrance to basement. $57,000.  THOMPSON & FORBES: Langdale. New out  of the ordinary rancher on 79 x 135 lot.  .Featuring living room', dining room, three  bedrooms, family room and utility. Garage  fireplace. Very attractive and practical floor  plan. $48,500.  ACREAGE  MASKELL  property  RD:  on  1.44 acres of subdividable  Maskell Road and Lower  Roberts Creek Road. Zoning allows for 1/2  acre average. This Is a quiet rural area only  3 miles from Gibsons. $24,900.  SCHOOL RD: 1.56 acres ad|acent to the  elementary school. Could bo subdivided  Into lots. On sewor and all services.  $58,000.  PARK ROAD: Gibsons. Excollont prospects  for the ono who holds this potentially  commercially zonod 5 acros, Lightly cleared,  close to shopping contre and schools,  $59,000.  ���I  s  QUAMTY AT A BAROAIN PRICE I  Quality constructed 2 bdrm home has  a large sundeck A view of Lambs Bay,  1/2 basement Is' finished with  plumbing & private entrance for Inlaw suite, A great buy at only  $33,900. Rita Percheson, 009-9706.  ftal -������������,Mi-  y/iiutVA-y.-.VAWB,    mum.  Everywhere you look there It value  In ihlu truly beautllul home, In  West Sechelt, Cathedral entrance,  3 bedrooms, 2 lltoplnces, largo r<��c  '  mom, woikroom plus one bedroom suite downstairs, nicely  land��<t>p*<- an4.4f-s.fMtfe.ito* been r����Juc#��i����H-7,000, lorry  Ronrtlon MJ5-3924.  2400 sq ft showing good rental hls'tgry, Approx 900 iq ft for  Were the Neighborhood Professionals.  HWY101 �� ARGENT RD: 6/10 of an acre of  treed land In Roberts Creek 2 blks from the  Masonic Hall. 2 dwellings allowed on the  property. 100 feet of Hwy frontage that  would be Ideal for domestic Industry site  with home behind. On Hydro & Regional  water, F.P. $14,900,  GIBSONS VILLAGE! Wo offor you 1/3 of an  acre of park-like property located within  Gibsons Village. Has creek flowing through  this secluded prlvnto aroa. Needs  Imaginative owner to bring out full  potential. Qflors to $10,900,  TRAIL ISLANDS: Large watorfront lot with  small cove for moorage, Beautiful vlow on  throe sides, Excollont fishing spot on your  doorstop, Call and lot tit show you this  watorfront roolroat. $17,900,  HILLCREST: $3,000 down, balance by  Agrooment for Salo will purchase this  beautiful view lot on a quiet cul de sac. All  undergrbund sor'vlcos, Cloarod and roady  for building, $14,900.  UPLANDS RD: tuwanek, Ideal recreation lot  |n beautifully wooded and park like setting,  Zonod for trailers, This lot overlooks Sechelt  Inlet and the Lamb Island, $0,900.  WAKEFIELD RD: Fully serviced lot on paved  road. View, overlooking Trail Islands. Bring  offers. $14,500,  i .  .   .   '.  '  McCULLOUOH RD; Wilson Creek. Close to  one acre of treed property with sub-dlvlslon  possibilities, $22,900.  COMMERCIAL WATERFRONT; Gibsons. With  waterfront ai sqprco as It Is this doublo use'  lot ropresants real value, $33,000,  SOUTH FLETCHER: At School Road. Two lots  40 x 150 each, One lot has a cottage which  could bo rented, These lots are mostly  cleared and ready for" building. A spectacular vlow of the entire Bay area and  Keats Island. $27,500.  ORANDviBw'ftPRATTM-uil^t^tTn'a fast  Qrowlng area, Approximate size Is 146 x  141 x 74 Ml 23,. Present all offers on the  asking price of $11,500,  SCHOOL RD: "[hree yl��w lots 73 x 110, On  ���ewer, Three blocks from schools and  shopping centre, Cleared for building,  $16,000 each,  GIBSONS: Approximately 16 acres. 2nd  growth trooi, lovol, groat for a hobby farm,  Closo to Gibsons, Good holding property  and prlcod at only $4,000 por aero. Soo this  now. Largo acroagos aro getting scarce.  $64,000,   ,   '  CHASTER RD: Two acros of nicely trood,,  lovol land across tho street from  Codar  Grove School, Zoning  allowi  subdivision  Into 1/4 aero lots, Excollont lor hobby form1  or Investment. $30,000.  ARGENT RD: 2.7 treed acres In the heart of  Roberts Creek, 5 lot subdivision has been  approved. Excellent soil and' drainage,  Perfect fpr hobby farm on holding property,  F.P. $34,900.  HIGHWAY  101:  ��\7  acros vacant  land  locatod on Highway 101, Mlddlopolnt +30  j  miles from Gibsons, Logging road, not In,  use, through properly. Average subdivision , I  alio permitted 1/2 aero. Southerly oxposuro  j  arid good view, $38,500, |  HIGHWAY 101: ��20 acros with Insulated  cotlago |u��t romodollod. locatod on Highway 101 In Middle Point �� mllos from  Gibsons, Avorago subdivision slzo por-  milled 1/2 or.ro, Cottage hoi nil sorvlcos,  Southerly oxposuro and vlow from higher  olovntlon at roAr. $49,500.  BAYVIEW; 2,8 partially cloarod acres )n  Roberts Creek with 275' frontage. Creak  runs through tho property. Idoal for hobby  farm, Closo to boach, Zoning permits  subdivision Into 1/2 aero loll, $39,900,  _���  I  lORHlEGIRnRD  886-7760  ION McRAE   ANNE 0Mt CHRIS MNKAiNEN  8853670       886-2164 885-3945  I.RNE flTTERSEN  886-9793  JAY VtSJER  885-3300  DAVE ROBERTS  886-8040  STEVE SAWYER  886-2691  I  I r'  -7-.--  PagefeS      The Peninsula Times        Wednesday, April 18,1978  1  Try a  .,-__.  _.__4  Classified  GROUNYARDING"WITH a donkey   century when Ted Wlnegarden ma=  ��� engine was how the big timber wjis   growing up in GibsonsrHe talkedabout-  ���^remoyeii-in-the-e-iF-j^-days-of-this���Ao_e-^jrs--witti7Bei--7-N^  Wstr of tfiePiorieersof the Sunshine  Coast series^   Sechelt Garden Club holds April meeting  _One_of_tiie reports at the Sechelt  "Garden Club iiiS_ffi-gTpirioB_stBrwffir"  that of Show Manager Jack MacDonald,  who reported a record crowd at the Spring  Flower Show March 31st, and a most  successful plant sale. Club members and  the visitors enjoyed the vivid display of  flowering plants and cut flowers.  the club strives to show specimens of  the highest quality and to introduce some  new varieties. For example some new  species of camellia evoked special interest.  In the summer, club members visit on a  planned basis, other members' gardens,  and one that is always of special interest is  -the colourful showof-Dah-ias at thehome-  of Alec Ellis. With all the 'oohs' and 'ahs'  and writing down of variety names, the  . .question heard so often is "How does he do  it?" So Alec was invited to tell us at the  monthly meeting about his expertise. .  Dahlias like a fairly rich soil, so a hole  is dug and the soil well broken up. Add  some fully rotted manure and a tablespoon  or so of bone meal. A stake is put firmly in  place, and hot water poured into the hole to  ^vetcbme the shock of sudden contact with  cold ground. Plant the. tuber horizontally,  with the eye near the stake. Cover with  soil, and carefully press down the earth.  Tbe top of the hole should be slightly lower  than the surrounding area to hold the  moiature. Dahlias need much water.  To get a more bushy plant, pinch out  the top growth when 6 to 15 leaves appear.  If the grower wants as much colour as  "possible in his garden, let every bud come  "iaTnbW^Wifafewlarp^  wanted, nip off 2 out of every three buds.  People like Dahlias, so do slugs! As.  soon as shoots begin to show through the  ground, put some slug bait around them.  As the plants begin to grow, some  chemical dusting might be required to  control hungry pests.  The plants should be fertilised at the  end of June, July and August, with 4-12-4.,  Our recent cold winter has played havoc  witlTina_iy1)ulbs.-Those4e_tin-tt-e ground���  or in unheated sheds, can almost certainly  be put on the casualty list. Lifting and  dividing dahlia tubers should be carefully  considered in the FalL  Thanks, Alec, for an interesting and  informative talk on this subject,"and  thanks to your good wife Hazel, for the tea  and goodies she provides when we come  visiting in Dahlia time.  Smoking still No. 1 problem  ���Cigarette smoking is still ournumber-  one  preventable  health  problem,   according to Health  Minister  Bob  McClelland.           i ,  Although non-smokers now represent  the. majority of the Canadian adult  population, cigarette smokers continue to  cost B.C. taxpayers millions of dollars a  year in medical services, hospital care,  property damage and forest fires.  "Illness induced.by cigarette starring  results in the deaths of 2&0 Canadians^each  day of the year. Authorities estimate that  there are 100,000 Canadians terminally ill.  today from smoke induced disease", the  Minister said recently.  These comments were made by McClelland on the eve of National Education  Week on Smoking, January 21 to 27,  designated by the Canadian Council on  _Smoking -ancLHealth.   McClelland, a former heavy smoker  who quit in 1977, said that each inhaled  :eigarette_ acceleratesi the heart beat,  elevates the blood pressure," replaces  oxygen in the blood with carbon monoxide,  and leaves cancer causing chemicals in  the system. -  _  "The Ministry of Health has been  fighting this major social health problem  on several fronts. We are funding a  ���program in the school system, we have  produced an effective painphlet that helps;  a smoker to stop, we have asked the public  hospitals to eliminate smoking on the  patient's wards, and we have encouraged  municipalities to introduce local bylaws  prohibiting smoking in places of public  assembly, where the right to breathe clean  air takes precedence over the privilege to  smoke.  ������������when Ralph does the impossible.  Call 885-3231  or Drop Your Ad Off At  Gibsons Harbor  v  #  "The Property  Movers"  WHARF  REALTY LTD.  885-5171  U'MMs,^..-!-." .;>(.,.  H*T**)^..  ^i'K-iJ/si-Ki'ii'i'.  ���������^WWWIIIIIIIWMW'11'"'*'1*'*"11*^'''1  Thlt rustle type 3 bodroom Panabode horn* nettled on 2,2 acret  of level land Ii |ust waiting (or you. It'�� well landtcaped grounds  create a welcoming picture. Quality finished with a kitchen and  dining area, tbe dream of many women. For further Information  coll Pat 005-9407.  BjMHIVieW PARK .... ,��,< ,  Are you going to build a quality home? Wharf Realty It tole  agent for prettlglout Eaglevlew Park, 4 mllet wett of Sechelt; 10  lott left; tome waterfront; tome view. All with excellent beach  accett, Priced between $16,900 and $59,900 for the  discriminating buyer.  "Your Meal Estate hosts on the  Sunshlna Coast"  PAT MURPHY      BOB BEAUPRE     TREV GODDARD  8839487 888-3531 8862698  HOMES  ���SSPPK  srav. i<  ,'iri fi'<M���  REDROOFFS ROAD $2500 down  For qualified buyen. Four year old  home In perfect condition on  ������eluded eaty care lot. 3 bdrmt, 2  tett plbfl, mlnutet walk to resident's  owned waterfront lot. Ray Bernler or  Emilie Henderton, 886-6241.  HOPKINS LANDING $68,000  Two bedroomt In thlt elegant and  comfortable home. 1700 tq ft on two  levels. The large dining and living  room are set off with the panoramic  view of water and mountain*. Kitchen It bright ond tpaclout and alto  en|oyt the view. Large 36k 11' cedar  tundeck overlooking the tattefully  landtcaped garden. The property It  all fenced and It clote to the ferry,  Call Suzanne Dunkerton for viewing,  885-3971.  SELMA PARK $13,000  2 bdrmt ih thlt 600 approx tq ft home.  A combination dining room and  kitchen add to Ihe cozy atmopthere,  Thlt It on leate land and hat 16 yean  |left.  Call   Suzanne  Dunkerton  for  moro Info, &05-3971.  SECHELT VILLAGE $49,500  3 bdrm 1260 tq ft, cut ttone flreplac*  floor to celling, New wall to wall  carpet, dining room, tun room,  garage, clote to thopplng and  ichooll, plut a beautifully landtcaped garden, Call Suianne to view  thlt home, 885-397\.  Mitten Realty Ltd.  885-3295  Where Real Estate It serious ��� but a pleasure  Van. Direct  681-7931  Box 979 Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  Next to the Gulf Station  HOMES  SEMI-WATERFRONT $89,500  With beach accett & good moorage  In Langdale. Spectacular view of  Gambler Is. 8 Howe Sound. 3 bdrm, 2  bathrooms, Indirect lighting & 2  fireplaces are a few of the features  ot this spacious home. Lots of privacy  on this park-like property situated on  the north side of the ferry slip oh  Smith Road, Don't miss this one.  Watch for signs or call Terri Hanson  .for more details.  KEATS ISLAND ��� $47,906  Charming panabode nestled on a  well treed secluded lot. Panoramic  view with easy beach access, Approx  890 sq ft of comfortable living space,  two bedrooms, fireplace. Ideal for  retirement or recreational property."  Call Terrl Hanson, 885-5046.  DAVIS BAY $41,000  Here they are the benefits of  waterfront but not the cost I Fabulous,  view and one block to sandy beach.  1034 sq ft, two bedrooms, large  living and dining room with a  fireplace. Large sundeck and carport.  Easy care landscaping that Is very  attractive. A greenhouse and a metal  storage shed to add to this well-  priced home. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton, 885-3971.  WILSON CREEK $18,800  This Is a seml-waterfront summer  cottage, approx 500 sq ft, one  bedroom and a fireplace In a coiy  living room, lovely garden area and  2 extra buildings, on property for  storage or conversion to a guest  cottage. Call Suianne Dunkerton for  viewing, 885-3971.  BRAND NIW $49,900  Good view from this new 3 bdrm  located In quiet, convenient WILSON  CREEK. Immed possession. Call  Emilie Henderson or Ray Bernler,  886-8241.  COMMERCIAL  OIBSONS  Small thriving cafe business In the  heart of Gibsons. Call Suzanne for  more Information, 085-3971.  HOMES  GAMBIER ISLAND $65,000  Exceptional value In 'this full  basement home featuring, second  fireplace, very quiet & secluded on  large fully fenced level lot. Spacious  sundeck to enjoy the ocean view. 5  bedrooms, 6th roughed In, 2-1/2  baths, plus wet bar. Quality carpets  throughout. Some furnishings to stay,  plus all appliances. Call Terrl Hanson  for appointment' to view, 885-5046.  ACREAGE  WATERFRONT  ROBERTS CREEK $93,500  Searching for seclusion In a central  location? You will be truly amazed to  find this exceptional custom built 3  bdrm 1550 sq ft home located on 3  subdlvldable level acres, partly  woodsy, partly landscaped with an  eye to easy maintenance. Top quality  throughout, near good beach, For  appointment to view, call Corry Ross,  885-9250.  ACRCAOE IN OIBSONS $69,900  Here's good value I A well maintained remod home on level 5 acre  parcel, 3 acres are cleared and  arable ��� |ust perfect for a mini-farm,  Call In and we'll be pleased to show  It.Ray Bernler, 885-8241, br Emilie  Henderson, 885-8231.  ROBERTS CREIK $115,000  Unique log and frame home, 5-1/2  acres treed property with stream. 6  bdrms, huge living room with floor to  celling fireplace, brick FP In country-  sized kitchen. 3 batht. Open for  offert, Call Ray Bernler or Emilie  Henderton, 886-8241.  BAST PORPOISE BAY $104,900  Superb ranch-style home located on  3 acres of level, treed land.  Tattefully finished throughout,  featuring 4 bdrms, 3 pee master  entte, family room plut In-law accommodation and a guest cottage,  Call for appointment to see, Ray ,  Bernler, 086-0241 or Emilie Henderton, 886-8231.  SAKINAW LAKE $124,900'  Waterfront acreage ��� 16 acret plut1  2500��, lake frontage. Two bdrm  houte and guett cottage, 2 floats and  boathoute, Private Bay., Call Ray  Bernler, 886-8241,  LOTS  ORANDVIEW RD, GIBSONS $12,800  Here Is the building lot you've been  looking for. Close to schools,  shopblng & beach. Potential view to  boot, Surrounded by quality new  homes. Call Suzanne for more Information, 805-3971,  PENDER HARBOUR $12,500  Lovely view lot overlooking Texada  and Lasqueti Islands, 70*290' opprox.  Cleared and ready for building, beach  access close by, trailers permissible,  Phone Terrl Hanson for more details,  885-5046.  REDROOFFS $7,800  Check the price & compare, This lot It  priced to tall, Excellent building lot  with easy access, Trailers permissible, Call Terrl for more Information.  *  WINN RD, OIBSONS $18,000  No cramping on thlt lovely spacious  lot. View of water and mountains. All  services at road, plus this 1$ close ta  all amenities. Call Suzanne for more  Info, 883-3971.  WATERFRONT  WEST COAST CONTEMPORARY $79,500  This well designed 3 bdrm cedar and  glass split level home has charm and  sophistication, plus all the amenities.  Open-fired vlow.living & dining room,  two full bathrooms, step-saver kitchen, workshop, utility, storage room,  .plus, that elusive waterfronti  everyone wants. Please call Corry  Ross, 885-9250.  SAKINAW LAKE $7,000  Here It Is ~ 100 feet of waterfront at  an affordable price. Build your  hideaway and relax. Water access  only, Call Suzanne Dunkerton, 885-  3971.  TUWANEK WATERFRONT LOTS  Side by side beauties ��� 110' of  waterfrontage priced at $26,500  AND 95' of waterfrontage priced at  $25,000. Gentle slope to water and  southerly exposure enhance these  properties, Phone Terrl for mor��  details, 085-5046,  LOTS  SELMA PARK $16,000  Large view lot with southern exposure. Close to beach. Access Is from  both Greer Road A Highway.  SANDY HOOK $10,800  Beautiful vlow on the Inlot ft  mountains on this 76x122' lot, Call  Suzanne Dunkerton, 885-3971.  ROBERTS CREEK $16,800  Beautiful large view lot with 94 feet  on the creek, Percolation has been  approved, Centrally located to  thopplng, tchoolt ft beach, Call  Suzanne Dunkerton, 885-3971,  KEATS ISLAND $7,800  Nicely treed corner lot with a view  Hydro & water available. 8x12 thed  to remain. Call Terrl Hanton.  RAY DERNIER  686-6241  CORRY ROSt  EMILIE HENDERSON   .__ ���.J|(ii.l2.il_w,���.���.  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Junction  ~4-30~  5:00  5:30  --News���,���   Cont'd,  Cont'd.  Carol Burnett ���  News  Bewitched  News  Cont'd-  . 6:00  6:30  7:00-  7:30  Teams T.B.A.  Confd  Cont'd.- -  Cont'd..  Cont'd,  Cont'd.  -P.M; Northwest-  Hollywood  Cont'd,  " Cont'd.  Seattle  Uncommon Cold  Teams T.B.A.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.     .. .  .-  Mary T. Moore  Newlywed Game  Joker's  Wild  News -  .Cont'd.,.    -  Conway  Twltty    -  Olympia '79  .    Dick Cavett  News  Dad's Army  Bewitched  My 3 Sons   _   .  Hogan's Heroes  Bob Newhart  Newlywed -Game-  Dating Game  Joker's  Wild  Tic .Tac Ddugh  - Carol Burnett  Bob Newhart,- -  Vancouver  Cont'd.  8:00  8:30  9:00  9:30  Mary T. Moore  Muppets  Part. Family  8 is Enough  Cont'd.  Charlie's  Angels  Real People  Cont'd  Movie:  Wheels Pt. 3  Sha Na Na  Movie:  Marathon  Man  Jeffersohs  Wlnslow & Son  Dear  Detective  8 is Enough  Cont'd.  CharUes  Angels  Performances  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Sneak Previews  The Africans  Cont'd.  Unknown War  Cont'd. ���             i  Crosswits  Merv Griffin  Cont'd.  Cont'd,  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Movie:  Wheels Pt. 3  10:00  10:30  11:00  11:30  2 Ronnies  T.B.A.  National "News  Night Final  Vega$  Cont'd.  News  Police Woman  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Nfiws 7      *  Tonight Show  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  News  Cont'd.  Kaz  Cont'd.  News  Late Movie  Vega$  Cont'd.  ���News  Cont'd.  .Who Remembers  Mama  Advocates  Cont'd.  News.  Dating Game  Odd Couple  Gong Show  Luke's  Kingdom  Dr. in House  Rockford Files  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Sports Page  Cont'd.  Thursday, April 19  Wednesday, April 18,1979  The Peninsula Times       PageB-7  No. 1 IN COLOR TV  Now Open Mondays-Saturday, 9:30 am-5:30 pm  SUNSHINE COAST T.V.  STEREO & APPLIANCES  *""   IN THE M OF SECHELT <=.������.��.  AFTER THE SALE IT IS THE SERVICE THAT COUNTS  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6   , CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00  -12:30-  4:00-  Switzer  -Searctrfor Tom.  -Today-  1:30      Cont'd.  All My Children  "Cont'd;    -ULife To Live  Cont'd.  Days of  Our "Lives'  The Doctors-  Another World  News  Ida Clarkson  -Marcus-Welby-  Cont'd.  2:00  .2:30  3:00  3:30  Edge.of Night  Take 30  Baseball:     ~..   ,  Pearson Cup  News      ��� As"the  -World���Turns���  Guiding Light  News   ~ Alan" Hamel  -Cont'd;   Adam 12  Jesse Jackson  "About You  -M-foi���Music-  Word Shop  News  Adam-12  -Movie:���  "Fluffy"  Donahue  _AU  My  ChTiafen  "Co-svar  -All-in-FamUy Vancouvw  M.A.S.H.- Cont'd.  General  HO-PltaT  Merv Griffin  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Movie:  "Born To  School Broad.  Take 30  Baseball:  "Montreal at  Cont'd.  m,a.s.h;  Razzmatazz  Dinah-  Another  World  Cont'd.  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"J- "  -News   Tonight Show  Barnaby ~  Jones  News  Cont'd.  ^Barnaby _~-  Jones  News  Late Movie  FamUy'  Cont'd.  News  News  MikhaU  Baryshnlkov  Musica  Peruana  cWjtf   ���will  News  Dating Game  Odd Couple  Gong- Show  Upstairs/   -  Downstairs  On the Buses  M.A.S.H.   '  Chairs"  Confd.  Sports Page  Confd.   -  Friday, April 20  -._-.- .-   CrlA--.NJiL_Z._-  ---J-MA_fje_E.k.4���.  ...���CHAJ��_EL_JU.  ���-CHANNEH���  *   CHANNEL-.���  ���CHANNEL-*�����  �� "CNANN-&.-9���  --XHAN-JEL-Tl���  -CHANN��fc~�����  ~CHANN���t~1*-���  12:00  Switzer  All My  Days of  Ida Clarkson  JNews  News  Music  News  Donahue  AU My  12:30  Search for Tom.  ChUdren  Our Lives  Confd.  As World  Alan Hamel  Art Starts  Adam 12  Confd.  ChUdren  1:00  Today  1 Life  The Doctors  Marcus Welby  Turns  Confd.  Write On  Movie:  All in FamUy  Vancouver  1:30  Confd.  to  Live  Another   World  Confd.  Guiding Light  Adam 12  Universe  "Winchester  M.A.S.H.  Confd.  2:00  Edge of Night  General  Confd.  School  Confd.  Another World  Books, Look  '73"  Wives of Pat.  Confd.  2:30  T.B.A.  Hospital  Confd.  Broad.  M.A.S.H.   '  Confd.  Jackson Jr. Hi  Confd.  Gong Show  Confd.  3:00  Bob McLean  Merv Griffin  Movie:  Bob  McLean  Dinah  Movie:  Over Easy  Popeye  Match Game  Party Game  3:30  Confd.  Confd.  "Babe Ruth  Confd.  Cont'd.  "My Man  Speakout  Banana   Splits  My 3 Sons    ���  Spiderman  4:00  Sher.  Holmes  $6,000,000  Story"  Price Is  Mike Douglas  Godfrey"  Sesame Street  'Super Stars  Funorama  Petti.   Junction  4:30  AU In FamUy  Man  Confd.  Right  ContU  Cont'd,  Cont'd.  Leave to Beaver  GUUgan's  Island  Bewitched  5:00  Hockey  News  Carol Burnett  Hockey  News  $6,000,000  Man  Mr. Rogers  I Love Lucy  I Love Lucy  News  5:30  Playoffs  Confd.  News  Playoffs  Confd.  Electric G9-5-  Part.  FamUy  Andy Griffith  Confd.  6:00  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  News  Olympia W��  Bewitched   -  Newlywed Game  Carol Burnett  6:30  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Mary T. Moore  Confd.  Dick Cavett  My 3 Sons  Dating Game  Bob Newhart  7:00  Confd.  P.M.  Northwest  Seattle  Confd.  Newlywed Game  Delta House  News  Hogan's  Heroes  Joker's Wild  Vancouver  7:30  Confd.  Muppet Show.  Hollywood Sqs.  Confd.  Joker's  WUd  Circus  Gardening  Bob Newhart  Tic Tac Dough  Cont'd.  8:00  News  Family  Diffrent Strokes  Incredible Hulk  Incredible   Hulk  Diffrent Strokes  Wn. Review  Movie:  Crosswits  Cont'd.  8:30  Mary T. Moore  Confd.  Hello Larry  Confd.  Confd.  HeUo >Larry  WaU Street  "X-15"  Merv Griffin  Confd.���  9:00  Partridge  Fam.  Movie:  T.B.A.  Rockford  King of Kens,  Dukes  of  Dukes of  Theatre  Confd.  Confd.  Movie:  9:30  The  Goodies  ,Confd  FUes  Donna Fargo  Hazzard  Hazzard  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  "Drive-In"  10:00  Investors  Cont'd.  The Duke  National  DaUas  Rockford   FUes  Royal  News  Luke's  Confd.  10:30  Cdn. Authors  Confd.  Confd.  Geographic  Cont'd.  ContU  Heritage  Dating Game  Kingdom  Confd. ���  11:00  National News  News  News  News  News  News  Austin  City  Odd Couple  Dr. in House  Sports Page  11:30  Night Final  Soap  Tonight Show  Confd.  NBA Playoff  Cont'd,  Confd.    -   _  _  Gong  Show   . Late Movie   -   -  -Confd   0:  -������W-W-M-  -4  IT IS NOT NECESSARY  p <  ���>,,.-i  ~ ',r~  to leave The Peninsula  for Memorial Funeral Services  Why deal with strangers when the Peninsula friends are always  available to give immediate service 24 hours a day  Seaview Rd., Gibsons 886-9551  n��t   \ ���- ' Yv'  ApriL21  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9<  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00  Sports  Weekend  Am.  Bandstand  BasebaU: K.C.  Sportsweekend  Space  Academy  Feel Like  Footsteps  Movie:  Space Academy  100 Huntley St.  12:30  Bonkers  at Boston  Cont'd.  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"Canada vs  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  5:00  Movie:  World of  Sports   Legends  Emergency  Havoc Struck  T.B.A.  Symphony  Bionic  Ruff House  Confd.  5:30  "Dracula"  Sports  News  Cont'd.  News  Confd.  Confd.  Woman  30 Minutes  Global Weekend  6:00  Confd.  Confd.  Cont'd.  News  News  News .  Once Upon  Star Trek  Weekend  Lively  Country  6:30  Confd.  News  Animal World  Cont'd.  1 For Dad  Confd.  Julia Child  Confd.  Confd.  Nashville  7:00  Confd.  Lawrence   Welk  Wild Kingdom  Captain  &.  $1.98 Beauty  Movie:  Nova  Hee Haw  Name Tune  Western Front  7:30  Confd.  Confd.  Gong Show  Ter.il l<>  FamUy Feud  "Friendly  Confd.  Confd.   ,  Movie:  Confd.  8:00  ��� Concert  Happening  Olympathon '79  Chips  Bad News Bears  Fire"  2 Ronnies  Hee Haw Hon'ys  "tassle:  Cont'd.  8:30  Mary.  Delta House  Confd..  ���Confd..  Biuy .  Confd,  Dad's Army  NashvUIe  The Miracle"  Confd.  9:00  Cont'd  The Goodies  Love Boat  Cont'd.  How the West  Movie:  Cont'd!  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Cont'd,  1:00  Country   Can;  Boxing  Tour of  Co. Canada.  & No. 5  Confd.  Confd.  Rev.  Solbrekken  Cont'd.  1:30  Hymn  Sing  Confd.  Championship  Hymn Sing  Confd.  Confd.  WaU Street  Movie:  P.T.L. Club  Movie: "In The  2:00  Paths of Paddle  Cont'd.,  Golf  Paths of Paddle.,  Cont'd.  Cont'd,  Another Volco  "Bullfighters"  Confd.  Name of The  2:30  Talking Back  American  Confd.  Talking Back  Confd.  Terry   Winters  Great  Confd.  Confd.  Sun"  3:00  News  Sportsman  World of  Sportsworld  Movie:  Emergency  Movie:   "Blgfoot  Performances  Movie:  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  3:30  Spread   Wings  Confd.  "Batman"  One  Mysterious  Confd.  "Lonely  Morris  Cerullo  Wrestling  4:00  World of Disney  Sports  Cont'd.  Confd.  National  Monster"  Balloon RaUy  Profession*  Perspective  Confd.  4:30  Confd.  Cont'd.  Tony Brown  Confd.  Geographic.  Question  Period  Untamed  World  -Royal -  Confd.  Funorama  Horst Koehler  5:00  ' Hockey  Sports Afield  News  Meet the Press  Hockey  Playoffs  In Search Of  Heritage  Bionic  Movie: Tarzan  Nowb  5:30  Playoffs  News  David Horowitz.  Cap.  Comment  Gorman Soccer  Woman  &  Green  Confd.  6:00  Confd.  Cont'd.  Confd.  Confd.  News  News  Confd.  Star Trek  Goddess"  Sports Probe  6:30  Confd.  Viewpoint  How Come  Confd.  Around Here  Confd.  Wbrld  Confd.  Andy's Party  60 Minutes  G. Hamilton IV  7:00  Confd.  Friends  World of  Confd.  60 Minutes  K-lenda  Confd.  The  So Story Goes  7:30  Confd.  Cont'd.  Disney  Confd.  Cont'd.  Confd.  Life Around Us  Virginian  Confd.  Sounds Good  8:00  l-oachcomb-ra  Movie:  Movie:  Beachcombers  All In Family  1 Day at a Time  Osmond  Cost of  Health Cnro  Confd,  Donahue  Welcome Kotter  8:30  Happy Days  Dr. Norman  "Friendly  . "Rooster  Donna Fargo  Family  Lou Grant  Public  Confd.  1 Day at n Time  9:00  Flro"  Oogburn"  Dr, Norman  Alice  Theatre  Affairs  Movie:  , Movie:  9:30  Bothune  Confd.  Confd.  Bothune  Stockard Chan.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Goorgio  "Big  Rock"  10:00  Confd.   .  Confd.  Weekend  Confd.  Mary T. Moore  Cont'd.  wn  The Prisoner  Confd.  Girl"  Confd.  10:30  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd,  Confd.  700 Club  Confd.  Confd.  11:00  National News  News ���  News  Nows  News  News  Sign Off  Confd.   '  Some Mothers  Sports Pago  Cont'd.  11:30  Night Final  Late Movio  Late Movie  Confd.  Late Movie  Confd.  Sign Off  Confd.  Lato Movie  Monday, April 23  12:00  12:30  V.oo  1:30  1:00  2:30  3:00  3-30_  4:00  4:30  5:00  5:30  CHANNBL 2  ���Swlticr  Search for Tom,  Today  Cont'd.  CHANNBL 4  CHANNBL 5  CHANNBL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNBL 9  CHANNBL 11  All   My  ChUdren  ^j to Live  Dnya of  Our Lives    ,  The Dootors  Another ^orld  News  Ida,. Clarkson  Marcus Welby  Cont'd.  KdKo of Night  Take 30  Hob McLean  Confd.  General  Hospital  Merv Griffin  Confd.  Newa  Am World  Turns  Guiding Light  News  Alan Hamel  Cont'd.  Adam 12  Sherlock Hoimo8  Stationary   Ark  Partridge  Fam,  All In Family  (6,000,000  Man  Newa  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Movie:  "H Murt Be  Belgium*  Cont'd.  Carol Burnett  News  School Broad,  Take 30  Bob McLean  Confd.  Zebra Wings  Music  Place  Books, Look  Measure Up  News  Adam-ia  Movie:  "Como  CHANNBL 12  Donahue  Confd.  Love of Ufo  All In Family  CHANNBL 13  Ail My Children  Cont'd.  Vancouver  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  M.A.S.H.  Dinah  Confd.  Sanford it Son  Price Ia -light  Confd.   '  News  6)00  6:30  7:00  7:30  8:00  .0,90  9:00  9lJ0_  Tolbo  10:30  11:00  11:30  Newav  Cont'd,  Mary T. Mooro  Reach For Top  Mike Douglas  Cont'd,,  News  Confd.  Another  World  Cont'd.  Movie;  "Fathom"  Cover to Cover  Muslo  Ovor Easy  Survival Kit  Confd.  Cont'd,  (6,000,000  Man  Cont'd,  Cont'd.  PM Northweit  Stand By  Sesame Stroet  Confd.,  Mr. Rogers  Electric Co.  September"  Confd,  l'opeye  Banana Splits  Super Stars  Leave to Beaver  I Love Luoy  Part.  Family  Blessings  M.A.S.H.  Gong Show  My 3 Sons  Confd.  Confd,  Party Gamo  Spiderman  White  Shadow  M.A.S.H.  New* Mag,  Man  Alive  National News  NlKht Final  Dorothy  Hamlll  How the West  Wa�� Won      Cont'd,  Confd.  News  Late Movie  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Seattle  Hollywood  Sqs.  Little House on  the prairie  Movie:  "This Man  Confd.  Cont'd.  Chopper  Squad  Confd.  Mary T, Moore  Nowlywod Game  Joker*  WUd  Stands Alon?1^  Confd.  Newa  Tonight Show  on tne Prairw  Lawrence  Welk  $  Nows Mag.  Confd,  News  Confd.  hlte  ....  ladow  .A.S.H.  W.K.ll.P.  Now*  Confd,  Billy  Carter Country^  Studio Boo  Dlok Cavett  Nows  News  llowitoiiodT  My 3 Son*  Hotfan's  Heroes  Hob Newhart  Funorama  Brady Bunch  I Lovo Luoy  Andy Griffith  Lou Grant  Cont'd.  News  Late Movie  Cormtot Shy  Movie:'  "Sanctuary of  Illll Mpyor'a  Journal  Europe  Cont'd.  WnV  Face"  Confd.  Newlywed Gamo  Dating Game  Joker1* Wild  JP'-L_I___J_-!HS--_.  Pettl.   Junotlon  Bewitched  New*  Confd.  Carol Uurnott  Bob Newhart,  Vancouver  Confd.  ������flMW  Death"  Cont'd.  New*  Cont'd.  Glittering  Prlxe*  Confd.  Ho-tlo-a Sea  Now*  Dating Game  Odd Couple  Gong Show  Confd.  Confd,  Luke's  Kingdom  Dr, in Houao  Rockford  File*  ��  Movie:  "Wing*"  Part 4  Confd,  Sport* Page  Confd.  Tuesday, April 24  Date Pad  April 18 ��� Family Library & Storytlme. Wilson Creek Community Hall  11:30-1.     '  April 19 ��� Gibsons United Church Women'^ Plant ^ale, ChurchHoll, .10   am,���; ��� *  April 19 ��� Homemakers Guild Meeting, Roberts Creek School. 7:30 pm.  April 19 ��� Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting, Wilson Creek Community Hall  8:30 pm. 885-2896 or 886-3394.  April 19 ��� Gibsons United Church Women's Plant Sale,'church Hall, 10  am. .  *pr'.,2.?r^,T"'-fr ����� Wi,,pn CMk&liwupJ.KHall^-4*m. 7.   ,  Aprrll 24���AffAnon Meeting, Sf Aidan's hall, Vpm.,  April 25 ��� Business & Professional Women's Club Meeting, Chatelech  Room 112, 7:30 pm. All interested ladies invited. Call Jean Ferrle at  885-5017 for information.  April 27 ��� St George's Day Tea, Baking & Plant Sole, St. Aidan's Hall, 2-4  pm. Door prize & raffle.  April 28 ��� OAPO Spring Bazaar & Plant Sale, Harmony Hall, Gibsons, 1:30  pm. 75c admission. Raffle for $50 food hamper.  USE THIS SPACE TO PROMOTE YOUR ORGANIZATIONS EVENTS.  IT'S FREE. CALL 885-3231.  Hear Ve! Hear Ye!  PUBLIC MEETING SCHEDULE  REGIONAL BOARD  - -2nd & 4th  Thursday   '  Each Month     Re9- Meeting, 7:30 pm, Bd Room.  April 19 ���     Public   Utilities,  7:30   pm,  Board Room.  SCHOOL BOARD  2nd & 4th  Thursday  Each Month ��� Reg. School Board Meeting.  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  1st ft 3rd Regular Council Meeting,  Tuesday Municipal Hall, Gibsons,  . Eath Month ��� 7:00 P)m.  CHANNIL 3  WW  13130  1:00  1.30  ���jjoir  2:30  3:00  5:30  ���iioo"  4:30  SiOO  .... liiq,  Tom.  *:00  4:30  7.00  7il0  t-wlUer  tlaaroli for  Today  Confd, __  ~BriKe~o��~Nii..r"  Take 30  Hob McLean  _Conf d,   Bh-rrMkliolmeir  All In Family  llockoy  ri-yu..- . .    ,  CHANNIL 4  All My Cnlldren  Cont'd.  Una Life  to l.lvo  CHANNIL 3  General  llo-i-ltnl  Morv Orlffln  Confd, ^__  Cont'd.  Nawi  Confd.  D��y_ of  Our Live.  The Dootori  Another  World  ConfiTr~  Confd,  Movie:  J^nderjoij   CHANNIL t  Now��  Ills Clark-on  Mnroui  Welby  CHANNIL 7  CHANNIL I  CHANNIL *  CHANNIL 11  CHANNIL 13  TSchooniiroiirfr  Take 80  Bob McLean  Confd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Confd.  Cont'd,  ������00  ilOO  Hi 30  t.  awe  ��ry T. Moore  'co For People  C'onfJT^  Confd.  P.M.  Nerthimt  .*5��_ N* Na _  Happy Tf-aya  Lav. i. Shirley  3'* Company  Tapea'  Confd.  Carol Burnett  New* "..<������.-.-������-*  NjftjoneV New*      New*  Night flrul Late Movie  (Fonfd.  Confd,  Seattle  N'me That Tun��  cWhaniTera ~  Cont'd,  Movie:  Trice Ja -ll��hf  Cont'd.  Hockey  -'layoff*  N��wa Newa Explorer,  Aa the Alan Hamel itoomnaitlci  World Tumi Confd, i.l.nmro Up  ..f-l*.id,P.f���l'M_lL-, A'Ufn 12 2o Worth  "ConPff, Another'"WoriTTTilue "0*mKri_iTiir  M.A.S.H, Confd, Z-l>ra Wlnna  Dinah Movie; Over Rasy  Confd. ''Leifend o��_ Julia C��dld  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Confd,  Cont'd.  TfTke DoukIm  Cont'd.  Newa  Cont'd,  (.u_terr'  Confd,  10^00,000  fieiame Street  Cont'd.  Mr. Hoffera  El-Ctrl- Co.  Nowa  Adnm-12  Movie;  ������}A��\ of          A'dTiau  Moaaeniier"  l'opeye  Ilanana  B|?lit*  DonuhuoI  Confd.  Lovo of Life .  ���^iUn_.i!!l.HLy>'      Cont'd  ~2'a  Company  CHANNIL 1)  "Ail Mv Children  Cont'd.  Vnnoouvcr  Part 4  Oem'd,  Newa  Tonight Show  Staraky   A  Hutch  _S?_  Confd.  Mary T, Moore  Newlywed. Gnrno  J!?__lr_i_-%*__   Paper  Cnaae  Confd,  Movie:  New*  Confd.  Cllffhangera  Confd,  (Iranil  Country  A  War  Movie*"  -0����W,��-  New*  Cont'd.  Confd,  Ormffl,  Newa  Late Movie  Quincy  COflffl,  New*  Confd.  Htudio Hee  lMck Cavett  Prevfn &  PllUburgh  g Tailor*  ���'0lljl^M^w'"'w'���^',^  "Proud  Valley"  gupernBTaF*  Loave to Heaver  1 Loye Lucy  PMrt. rmtiy  M.A.H.H,  Oon* Show  My_ _  Son*  X. e|  howitohed  My 1 Hon*  fiinoramA  llradv Hunch  I Love Lucy  Andy.qrlffltr)  ionPH.  Confd.  Party aame  Hogan'r Jiieroei  newhart  "MovTe;  "Phantom  Of The  Newlywed (lame  Dating qame  Jokofi \Ylld  Tic Tao Doughy  T^uTTTiTnoilon  Ilewltchnd  New*  Cont'd.  VILUGE OF SECHELT  1st a 3rd Wednesday  Each Month ��� '    Reg. Council Meeting.  jji'ijum.'* "'is-,  ������i._ra,-:  ~?:��r-l  hurnett  Uob Newhart  Vancouver  Cont'd,  Gong' Show  io n��mo  couple  Croaawlt*  Merv Orlffln  Confd,  paiair*/*  ke1  vtr  . jwr.����irr  On the Ilu��e��  flarnahy Jonca  ConFdT  Laverne, Shirley  Movie:  Sport* Page  Cont'd,  mum  Courtesy of  Cowrie St. 885-93301 Sechett  \ -->--  Deserted Bay report  PageB-8 The Peninsula Times        Wednesday, April 18,1979  ff  "The girls borrowed guys' pants...  By JENNIFER HOPKINS  and TERRY ALLAN  Due to the Easter break, this week was  short, and our activities were limited.  Many of us took advantage of the time and  caught up on our work.  On Wednesday the weather turned out  well, so we went on a hike to the falls near  -our camp. The hike was not as bad as we  thought it would be and we all enjoyed it.  Some 0- us even said'we would enjoy a  night at the falls.  About a week ago we decided to do a  project on the history of Rock 'n Roll. We  started it with the fabulous 50$, Practically everyone forgot to. bring the stuff  they needed so we ended up borrowing.  The girls borrowed the guys' pants that  were either too big or too tight, and the  guys borrowed the girls' sunglasses.  . We.at Tsoh-Nye would like to thank  Gary Roberts of Sechelt for the second set  of gloves he sent up for us and also Ken  DeVries and Son for the carpets. Last but  not least, thank you Sechelt Books ahd  Stationery for the nice calendars. We  appreciated everyone's very generous  donations to us at Tsoh-Nye.  Pitch-IA  Keep  British Columbia  Beautiful  CHORAL SPEAKING is one part of  Language Arts at Cedar Grove  "Elementary���School-^nd���these-  students were giving a presentation to  "p^ht-f and "school trustees^at the _their origtaarstories^and^the grade  education meeting last Thursday,   five class'videotape of Frankenstein  -I_atei^tu<iratsiroi-Lea(__^^    -The-Garden-Comer..    Looking dt fertilizing  By Guy Symonds  It is not so very long ago that the  popular picture of a farmer showed him as  a very unatractive looking person, leaning  over a farm gate, chewing on a straw and  ruminating in a weird corruption of the  ...because  every child  has the  right to  smile  1979  International Year  of the Child  English language. One part of the picture  is true even if that truth is displayed  inadvertently. That is the part that shows  the grower of food stuffs, be they field  crops or livestock, taking the time to look  at what is happening to those fields and  livestock. Probably there is no more  important part of a farmer's or a gar-  -dener^s-life-than-that same intensive_and  continuous assessment of the  "machinery" he uses to keep . up  production  Uniccf Canada ��  This is an important time of the year  for people who like to grow things, be they  farmers or gardeners because, as all the  garden shops and nurseries are urging,  now is the time when you must get your  fertilizer and put it to work. And what an  assortment of stuff there is!  Here, of course, we could get into ihe  old inorganic versus organic fertilizer  argument but this time we will pass it up  except to say that these two apparently  opposite approaches to agriculture are in  fact complementary. In other words, the  one without the other will not give the  results that will come from the CORRECT  use of the two in combination.  Generally speaking, it is unwise for the  ordinary backyard gardener to attempt to  mix his own fertilizer combinations unless  he knows exactly what he is doing and why  he is doing it. Better by far to stick to the  broad principles and the fertilizers that  come ready to use.  First of all, it must be assumed that the  gardener knows that his soil must be in  "good heart" with an adequate supply of  humus in the form of composted material  or green manuring. From there one must  go pn to establishing the fact that the pH  factor is broadly speaking In the neutral or  slightly alkaline range because that is the  condition in which most of our garden stuff  flourishes.  Next, what do we want to grow? and the  answer is what ever looks good on the  table. So we shall want green stuff like  lettuce, spinach, Swiss chard and the other  leafy plants, then we shall be enjoying  seeds like peas and Wins and we shall be  looking  forward  to  good  roots  like  potatoes, turnip, carrots and parsnips.  These all take their share of the three  main nutrients in mani-fesand fertilizers.  The green stuff thrives on the nitrogen  while seeds and roots must have the  phosphorus and potash. So maybe we  could get along with a couple of different  mixture, one a general type like WW$ and  the other a slightly more specialized  mixture, say 4-10-10.  This is not to say that there is anything  wrong with the other stuff displayed, only  that indiscriminate buying of fertilizers is  an expensive and wasteful way to run a  garden.  Fertilizing the land is not a black or  white matter. There are gray areas. For  -instance much ofthelivestockjrnanure_is__  combined with sawdust litter instead of  straw as in days gone by. Sawdust takes up  _a_lot_of jdtrogento break it down. One  authority advises the use of a high  nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizer at  planting time, to supply nutrient early,  followed by manure later. Question ���  what about the difficulty getting bulky  organic manures on to the land that is  occupied by growing crops?  Probably the most important lesson  from this talk is to buy fertilizer for a  purpose not because it is on sale, has an  attractive name or because someone  wants you to buy it. Back to the straw-  chewing farmer. As the season progresses  take time to look at what is happening in.  your garden. Are the potato vines leaves  small and thin? Are the stems spindly and  pale? Then there is lack of nitrogen. Do the  edgqs. turn forward? Probably a  deficiency of phosphorus. Lack of  potassium will show up in the form of  yellowish veins in the leaves which may  turn backwards.  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HCMVDiV  \        I'OWIW PRODUCTS.  niimii tniHli'ln, I,  ���Coast-Motor Sport*  Wharf Rd��� Socholt  085-2030  Madeira Marina (1974) Ltd.  Madeira, Park  883^2266 ���_s..\.V-  Section C  $6 million fisheries  patrol boat to be built  Wednesday, April 18,1979  Page*  Coast Strokers  in  Boulder groves  By Dennis Gray  We turned of Highway 1 at 264th Ave.  Aldergrove and took Highway 13 past the  Vancouver wild animal farm.  Our  destination ��� another Kind of wild animal  "fafm, "the Mdergrwe mdt^fossTtraclt.  the only three-year-old kid on our block  that weighed over 300 pounds. (And that  was my rock-bottom weight).  Aldergrove mud is insiduous for, aside  from covering bikes and bodies, it also hid  The^track4ocation4vas^an^eliegantsett-ng^^enoug-Lboulder-Lto arm a.full-scale Irish,  ��� their municipal, dump, No offence,   uprising and they took their toll.  Award of a $6.6 million contract* to,;  construct a new 120-foot (36 metre)  fisheries patrol vessel for the Pacific t  region has been announced by Senator^  Ray Perrault on behalf of Fisheries and;;  Oceans Minister Romeo LeBlanc. J*j  Of all-aluminum welded construction, I  the new vessel will replace the fisheries;'  patrol ship Howay, which lias, been tai  service on the West Coast for the past 43;  years.  The contract has been awarded by the;  Department of Supply and Services to the;  John Manly Shipyard, Vancouver, B.C.,  with a completion date set for late 1981. It.  is anticipated that the job will generate,  some 75 person-years of employment.  . Similar in design to the Department's  two existing aluminum fisheries patrol  vessels ��� Cape Harrison and. the.  Louisbourg, which are now operating on  the Bast Coast ��� the Howay "replacement  will be, powered by two 2300 bhp diesel  of 20 and with her fast speed and high  manoeuverability will be well suited for  patrolling West Coast fishing operations,  most of which occur within 50 miles of the  coast. The ship will also have enhanced  capabilities for a role in search and rescue  operations.  Ladies golf  , Match chairman Wilma Sim started the  first 18 hole competition with an appropriate 'Criers' Tournament". Each  player reverts her three worst holes back  to Par.  Low net with a 58 was Leila Comrie and  Jessie Pritchard was a close second with  net 59.  7 Prizes went for the least putts, in the.  nine-hole play. Grethe Taylor won with 18  and Isabel Cowley carded 21. ~   -  Aldergrove. As dumps go, yours is as good  as the next (depending on where you are  parked and which wa^r the wind Is  blowing).  We didn't exactly have to ride through  broken bottles and cans, but let's say it  was obvsious where we were.  Oh yeah! it was raining like hell too.  Now I have had people say tome, "you  don't get wet in a Cokst rain like you do on  the Prairies when it rains". Well, I figure  you might get used to it here; but you still  get wet and if you ride moto-cross you get  muddy.  Sunday we got muddy. The track was  one slopping, big mud-hole, more fit for  pigs than people. So why was I looking so  --happy-?-Don?t_aught,.mii_eLwasn-tthe.only..  curly tail showing that day ��� there were  over 200 of us Elmer Fudds there.  It was one of those days that I looked  forward to with evil delight; wet, muddy,  nasty and absolutely hopeless to attempt a  reasonable appearance. Just go out there  and eat mud was all you could do.  I love riding in the mud, it's a  throwback from my childhood. When I was  a kid I didn't just play out in the yard, I ate  it. Our yard looked like a strip mine. I was  Senior soccer  Billy McLean, that magic moto-  master, was held to an un-spectacular  third by these hidden bone crushers. Terry  Hoffas, the weightless wonder, slowed to  the pace of us mortals when his mean  green machine ate a gravel salad. Hugh  Duffy lost a foot peg, Evan Gray broke a  throttle cable, Bob Baxter slashed his  seat, and Scott Fraser, Larry Ling and  Dale "Madel got to Ynow the track intimately after spectacular get-offs.  Another bike and rider dropped off a^  engines giving a top speed~of around 20  knots. The design will incorporate a:  number of  refinements  gained  from  practical experience, with the othenK  aluminum patrol ships.  The new patrol vessel will carry a crew,-  GUARANTEED  PARTS & LABOUR  4000 Miles or 4 Months  SECHELT AUTO CLINIC  Wharf St., Sechelt 885*5311 N,xt to Ufl,on  announces  berm like a spent booster rocket when~fi_s  bike swallowed muddy water and died.  There were, broken spokes, broken  drive chains and broken levers but to my  knowledge there were no broken bones.   A^Hann._oLyeUo.w���.03i^  stuck in a muddy corner. They struggled,  clawed and scratched over each other like  mad wasps stuck fast in thick syrup.  Later in the day the sun came out, the  mud just got goopier, the rocks shinier and  the track rougher. Never have I seen a  more devlstating day on bikes, but seldom  have the riders looked happier than last  Sunday at Bouldergrove's muddy WILD  ANIMAL FARM.  Keep strokin.  the new  This Chrysler option protects you for 5 years or 80,000 km on the power train.  Two years longer than any other North American car maker's Plan.  Semi-finals Sunday  Action starts at 12 noon Sunday at  Chatelech field on Sechelt and goes at 2  p.m. at Pender Harbour High pitch in the  first round of the Sunshine Coast senior  soccer league playoffs.  Golden City Chiefs meet Sechelt  Redskins at Sechelt and it's Wakefield  Stompers up against the PH Bananas in  Pender.  Final game and award presentations,  are scheduled for next Sunday, April 29,  with field and game time to be announced.  Minor hockey awards banquet  Minor Hbckey wraps up with our,  Second Annual Awards Banquet. We have  Punch McLean of the New Westminster  Bruins as pur guest and speaker.  Each year we present trophies for  Tennis anyone?  Gibsons tennis buffs have now formed a  tennis ladder (tennis pyramid) which can  be viewed at Trail Bay Sports in Gibsons.  The idea behind this scheme is to give the  local tennis players some challenge  matches, and a list of names of persons  who would like to be considered for some  challenge tennis.  Rules:  ��� players may challenge any person on  the row directly above them.  ��� it is up to the challenger to supply  suitable balls  ��� if challenges are not accepted and  played within one week, the challenger  wins by default.  ��� it is up to the winner to change the  position on the board if necessary.  ��� matches are to be a pro set (a nine-  game set Instead of six).  ���at a 9-9 tie the 12 point tie breaker will  be used.  ���if you are unable to play for a week or  more please turn your tag on the board  over.  ��� anyone may Join tho board at\ any  time by placing his or her name on the  bottom of the challenge board.  For further information ptop In at Trail  Bay Sports in Gibsons, or call Keith Evans  886-7938 or Bonny Bennett 886-7581.   ���  sportsmanship, for house league champions, and crests and ribbons for participation.  This year, the banquet will be held at  Gibsons Elementary on Friday, April 21 at  7 p.m. Tickets are $3 each and they are  sold at the door or through Brian Butcher,  886-9370 or Barry Lynn, 8864136 or Jlm  Gray, 885-3147.  We had 400 people out for the last  banquet and we'd really like to see the  same kind of turnout again I  CASH FOR POSTCARDS  WANTED - PRE-1920 PICTURE  POSTCARDS, IN OR OUT OF  ALBUMS USED AND UNUSED.  NO AMOUNT TOO LARGE.  PAYING $20 EA. FOR WOVEN  SILKS (NOT EMBROIDERED) IN  GOOD CONDITION] ESPECIALLY  NEED CARDS OFB.C SHOWING  SHIPS AND STREET SCENES.  CANADIAN PATRIOTICS, CARDS  OF MILITARY INTEREST.  CALL MRS. ROSE KETTLE  886-2558  ^___Mj__i__w~mJmW KI m r  B.C.    WATERS  C L E A H^T  ~y. V"^'  GIBSONS HARBOUR  HOURS: MON THRU SUN,  7:30 AM-5 PM  Try our Homemade  Shepherd's Pie,  Welsh Rarebit or  Roast Beef  "SOMETHING DIFFERENT EACH DAY"  FULL FACILITIES  Drop off your  Peninsula Times  classifieds here  rbu begin to appreciate what Chrysler engineering  . means when you compare how long we'-re-witllng-  to stand behind the most complex, and costly, engineering system in the entire car or truck: the power  train. The Chrysler Canada 5/80 Protection Plan for 5  years or 80,000 km, Whichever comesitrst, gives you  longer coverage than GM or Ford by tyro full years-,  '7   F^rotectbhcoveifsaittii^r  -   power train components.  When you buy the Chrysler 5/80 Protection Plan, you get  coverage that includes both the cost of parts and labour  for repair of major components in your vehicle's engine,  transmission or transajde, drive axle, and drive shaft.  You pay only the first $50 of the total cost of repairs made  to these power train components during a repair visit.  The only other requirement adds up to just plain  good sense: use your car or truck in a normal way and  give it the routine maintenance called for in your  Owner's Manual. Do this, and the major components of  the entire power train are protected from expensive f  repair bills for 5 years or 80,000 km from the time youj  take original delivery of your vehicle. -"^  Available to buyers of  new 1979 Chrysler Canada   cars and trucks.  The Chrysler 5/80 Protection Plan is available to  original individual retail buyers of most new 1979  Chrysler, Dodge and Plymouth vehicles purchased for  personal use starting April 10,1979. And the same low  suggested retail price applies whether you lease or buy  your car or truck, You can pay in a lump sum, charge it,  or as with any other option, you can include it in your  monthly payments.  You have up to 60 days  to make up your mind.  ^����^*W*��<*"__-���"__--S_S_._-__-_-��_-WWiWWI  You can buy your Chrysler 5/80 Protection Plan at the  same time as you buy your vehicle, or up to 60 days after.  However, if you wisn, you can cancel within 60 days of  purchase and you'll still get a full refund from Chrysler  Canada.  Your protection includes coverage  for towing, car rental, even  a toll free number to call for help.  i ���      ��� > ���"   If you have a problem with a component covered by the  Plan causing your vehicle to be out of use overnight  CHRYSLER  PROTECTION PLAN  Ownercard with your Vehicle Identification-Number,  -andyou'H be.taken_c.are_of. ; -   Today, with inflation and the costs of repairs almost  constantly on Hie rise, the price you pay for Chrysler 5/80  Protection could very well be recovered by only one visit  to your dealer! That's an indication of Chrysler Canada's  confidence in tht engineering of our products, and of the  quality you can expect in the .new Chrysler, Dodge or  "Plymouth you buy: - *' "**--*��� T"^-   ��� -   -'��� -      ' "^   ^^���^  1.^^^���W.^^^���,11. I       .1      .      I  Here are the Manufacturer's  Suggested Retail Prices for the  Chrysler 5/80 Protection Plan  while being repaired, you get a car rental allowance that  starts when you Purchase the Plan: up to $15 a day for up  to 5 days per repair visit  Should your vehicle need to be towed because of a  Eroblem with a covered power train component, you'll  e reimbursed up to $25 per tow starting after your new  vehicle warranty period expiries.  And if power train trouble occurs while you're on  the road, you can call a Chrysler Canada operator for  assistance, toll free, seven days a week. Toll free  numbers for Canada and the U.S. are listed on the back  of the Ownercard which you will receive with the Plan,  It's Chrysler Canada's contract  with you. You can call over 5,000  Dodge and Plymouth dealers all  over Canada and the U.S.  Because this is a manufacturer-backed Plan, you have  over 5,000 Dodge and Plymouth dealerships to ca|l for  assistance, If you are travelling and are unable to let  your selling dealcur service your vehicle, Just take it to  any Dodge or Plymouth dealer, show him'your special  Passenger Cars and  Station Wagons  Suggested  Retail  Price.  Colt, Arrow  $196  Challenger, Sapporo,  Omni,"Omni 024,  Horizon, Horizon TC3  $210  Aspen, Volare  $232  Diplomat, Caravelle, LeBaron,  Cordoba, Magnum XE  $257  Newport, New Yorker  Bmh Avenue  $281  light Trucks and Vans  Dodge D50  ���' $226  Dodge Pickup (2-wheel drive)  $257  Compact Vans and Wagons,  Sport Utility (2-wheel drive)  $289  Cut-Off Van ("MB" Model) $398  All 4-wheel Drive Trucks $459  Motor.Home Chassis ("M" Model) $489  NOTFi D-Al-HRS MAY SHU. POR^fSS  Chrysler Canada protection  gets stronger and stronger.  ___-*M_(-V--��-_a--M--M*-_-_--------*-^  1. You're protected by the Chrysler 12-month/20,0()0 km  warranty that applios to every new car or truck,  2. You're protected by the Chrysler 36-month Anti-  Conosion Warranty (or pert oration caused by corrosion,  with ho limit on the distance you drive,  3. And now you can be protected hy the Chrysler 5/80  Protection Plan, the longest olfeied in North America,  CHARGE  Rom now until May 101979,1116 optional Chrysler 5/80 Protection Ran will be  yours at no extra cost when you buy or lease a new 1979 Dodge Aspen  or Diplomat, Plymouth Ware or Caravelle, Chrysler LeBaron,        _& &  Dodge Van pr 2-Wheel Drive Domestic Ptekupi  See your partMpatln^  ���UY OR LEASE  on the Sunshine Coast It's  one call does It all  885-5111  next to St Mary's, Sechelt Div. 7 Sechelt Elementary  Stories^by^kids  THE SICK SHEEP  By Heather Caldwell  .,. Along time ago there was a town called  Chferry Town. Mpst of the people In Cherry  Town were nice, but some weren't. There  were two very mean men. These men only  thought of themsejves.  Anyways, it was winter in Cherry  Town and things were7scarce. Everything  was fine, except for the two men John and  Bill and their sheep. The sheep were dying  of a disease. The men were poor without  their shecD  . Then the men got an idea. They would  take all the dead sheep and sell them. This  was alright for them, but if the town's  people bought them and ate them, they  would get sick and die.  Just about everyone bought the sheep  and ate it. Everyone was getting sick. All  -thersiclrpeople werertakerrtoablg hall in  the middle of the town, so the doctor  ���wouldtft-have-to-go^tll^ve-^he^wn.  Already two people had died, Mark,  Shelly,, David, Malisa, Rob, Tetesa,  Stacey and Bryan were all very sick and so  wlasKathy's husband, Jim.  The doctor had run out of medicine so  Bob and Rob went and got some medicine  from the bigger town in the next country.  On the way back to Cherry Town, a  man with a gun stopped the wagon arid told  Bob and Rob to get off the wagon and walk  to Cherry Town or he'll shoot. But the men  didn't listen to him, they made the horses  run at a full gallop'and they made it to  Cherry Town.  When the doctor gave the medicine to  the sick people they slowly got better. The  town would soon be better.  ~" It was new spring and everything was  fine now. The two men who started the  whole thing died. They got the disease too.  - A few people got blind, butthe town was  very grateful for the doctor, and Bob and  Rob.  EARLYSPACE  By Julie Crucil  Most people take history classes and  learn about Rome, Europe, Spain but they  never had the scientists that they have  now to learn about space before it was  really discovered. But only six people in-  the whole world know about what it was  -like-then.  about the space age, I was around four'*.  "How interesting, can you tell us more?"  "Sorry, but we're heading off course".  One other person, who knows about  early space1 is Ms. Calighan Inga  Argeston. We interviewed her, and asked  her the same questions we asked Captain  Mold. Our report is very interesting, the  information was very surprising.      -  "I was born, in 1691, that makes me 287  years old, but t never tell anyone". "You  look as young as 30, even if you are 287."  "When really, did you find out about you  powers?" "Well, I was six, I guess". Over  a loudspeaker a voice said "Boss oh Line  two!" "Sorry, got to go".  We also learned about a disco. It seems  that there was disco ta space before there  was on earth. This disco was called "Hot  Rock". They knew all the, greatest hits  -that dre now in record stores, like "YM-  CA'', Rod Stewart, Bee Gees, Bay City.  -Rollers _m<Lctiier-i-T-fiey__aiew-eye-^h_ng.-  Page C-2  the Peninsula Times  Wednesday, April 18,1979  , Captain Mold of the S.S.Mildew is one of.  those people who is psycic and knows  about space in the early 1600's. We, interviewed him on his ship, and here is'our  report.: \  ~ "Captain, when did you first know that  you were a special person?" "Well, when I  was nine I knew I was psycic, but I found  out I was one person out of six who knew  Next day: As you remember, yesterday  we carried a report on a place called  PHESTIOXING, well - here is what most  people thought of our report: 72 percent  thought it was bad, 21 per cent couldn't  care and, 7 per cent liked it. Well, we  better not carry reports like that, or else  do not take polls.         THE END"         Single  Twin  1755  COME STAY WITH US  at ENGLISH BA Y near STANLEY PARK  in beautiful downtown VANCOUVER  $23.00 Double $26.00  $29.00 Suites from $40.00  TOLL-FREE   800-268-8993  DAVIE STREET   VANCOUVER   B.C.  V6G 1W5  TELEPHONE (604) 682-1831  President are his. secretary, his wife, his  date, other politicians and reporters. Oh  yes, and those like the like the Captain and  Ms. Argeston.  Well, since I've told you about  PHESTIOXING, how about telling us what  you think about our report, and then  tomorrow, we'll tell you what most other  people think about it.  PENDER HARBOUR FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT  ANNUAL MEETING  Saturday, April 28, 1979,10 am  Lecture Room, Madeira Park Fire Hall  Public Invited  One. night Ms. Argeston had a dream  ab6ut this space disco. It was a very different from our disco now-a-days. It had  flashing lights and all except they had a  revolving floor and the people dressed  different. They wore silk shorts and bright  coloured halter, tops and summer clothes,  bare feet and beach hats. We finally  realized that the heat was so tremendous,  it was like summerr j "__  The only thing wrong with this place  was  the name.  It  is  impossible  to.  pronounce. But you spell1 it like this:  PHESTIOXING. Most people just say  FESTOX.  Phestioxing had a President. His name  is Bimbo Marker. He always wears a silk  jacket, that is pink, and a purple tie and  - ~sock3.-Thfr-ottly-people who-ever see-the--  Sunnjjcftest  Stopping  Cent/te  yoxt'U eve* need.  WWi  UPHOLSTERY 8.  BOAT TOPS  Mattress  Toppers,  queen size  *12���� ea_  886-7310  Windsor  Sunshine Cit. Hwy.  Olbioni,  "MORE  JUST  PLYWOOD  YOUR  PORT MELLON INDUSTRIES CREDIT  ^UNION-GIBSONS^  'Vftf^lTtf t%f tmmt&t& CtmfM)ttHetf" ^^��_&  * Loans  * Mortgages  * Best Saving Rates  LOCATED NEXT TO  THE BUS DEPOT  886-8121  HIRE AN  EXPERT IN  TILE SETTING  886-9505  FREE ESTIMATES  NO OBLIGATION  Don't bo sorry  yean later.  S&T - WR - Comm-Dev  VHF-SSB  DRIFTWOOD CRAFTS  886-2525  WE HAVE A COMPLETE  SELECTION  OF  WOOL  &  CRAFT  SUPPLIES   -  McCALL'S  PATTERNS,  SEWING  NOTIONS &  JEWELRY  MARINE  ELECTRONICS  next to Dogwood  Cafe, Lower     /��_  Glbtont    ���*vsu  COE a Browning CB  Aulh. 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Hair Care tor tne eatird family.^  Suallty Redken, Jhlrmack & Vldal Sassoon Products  f Sedte&j&eetofy Salon  Open Tuesday to Saturday  805-2810 __. Cowrie St.  "SAW FILING"  ��� CARBIDE TIP  ��� HAND SAWS  ��� CIRCULAR SAWS  1297 Surf Circle, SECHELT  (BERNIE) 885-5485  ���Gd_  <n&  PEAT MOSS     MHAF  4 cu ft Bale ; ONLY   I      Bale  Sechelt Building  Supplies Ltd.  "SmtfUUetfoH AmtSmAtmi'  !������ ITM  PENDER HARBOUR  MADEIRA MARINA  Madeira Park- 883*2266  HONDA POWER PRODUCTS  ������ OUTBOARDS * GENERATORS  * WATER PUMPS * ENGINES  lions  NEW SPRING  FASHIONS ARRIVING  DAILY I  883-2315 MADEIRA PARK  infnmEiimt% nupn*  VARIETY, STORE*  1 Madeira Park 883*9115  Por All '  HandkreH Ne��4r  .   * Custom-made ~  > Drapes  Sean Agent 8B3-2613  m^mmmmmmmiimmimmmmmm  ACREliALSl  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francli Penlntula Rd & Hwy 101   883-2585  True  50' Ny-on Garden Hose *5^   Temiier Shovels *&*  imm  1 Community TV this time  ���\  Wednesday, April 18,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageC-3  host fourth Forum on weekend  GRADE ELEVEN students prepare posters for weekend Forum.  The Elphinstone Student Research  Inductions team, are out to get the  cof-Hnun-ty involved again this weekend  and after three successful forums in the  past will .tiiis time_probe ���their own.  specialty, community television.  Called the Community Forum on  Community Television, the double accent  on community is no accident. They want to  show how it pan be done and they want the  people to come and see, hear and contribute to live performances from drama  to .tennis, pre-recorded productions from  pioneers to grade-five movies, sports and  musjic, a forum, and an all-candidates  meeting.  Highlighting the two-day forum will be  their fourth pqnel discussion,-this time  with Coast Cable's John Thomas, CRTC  i-^commissioner-Rosalie-Goweri- GBG^eon���  tributor andvideo student Maryanne West,  and school district 46 superintendent John .  Denley. ,   ,  And featured will be two all-candidates  meetings related to the  forthcoming :  elections ��� federal candidates Sunday  morning and provincial Sunday afternoon.  The students this time will be using  broadcast-qualitycolor equipment, loaned  by Sony video suppliers in Vancouver, to  film seven live "performances: The "  equipment, three color portable cameras  and three video tape recorders, is of the  IN CHARGE of ESRP group, teacher  Marta McGown looks over some of  the research material that has come  in for student productions.  m  Attend  the  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Service and Sunday School each Sunday  at 11:30 a.m., Wednesday Evenings 7:30.  "'> i  of  your  UNITED CHURCH  9:30 a.m.-r-St. John's. Wilson Creek  11:15 aSta.- Gibsons  All in St. John's United Church,  Davis Bay   ���  Phone 885-3157, 886-7882,  Sechelt P.O. Box 1514  ROMAN CATHOLIC'CHURCH  Rev. T. Nicholson, Pastor  TIMES OF SUNDAY MASS  ,-���(  8:00 p.m. Sat. eve at St. Mary's, Gibsons  9:00 a.m. Our Lady of Lourdes, on  the [ Sechelt Indian Reserve  10:00 a.m. at The Holy Family Church in  Sechelt.  12 noon at St. Mary's Church in Gibsons  quality and in the price range the community could afford in order to demonstrate the possibilty of community  television here.  A special guest for the forum will be  Peter Meggs;-consultant-to-the-presiden  of CBC. Community television steering  committee president Maryanne West  reports that he is now working to implement the CBC president's promise to  make CBC more responsive to regional  and local needs. She says people here are  shareholders in the Corporation and this is  a chance to talk with a special  representative to the president, and she  says he will listen to ideas from local  people.  "Our goal iS*to probe into the pros and  cons of community television ... to  educate the public on the subject of the  ��� television media," the students have  ESRP COVERED the recent Cheekye line protest meet in Madeira Park.  The New Home Warranty  Program of British Columbia  andlhe Yukon.  /Protection for your  new home investment.  The New Home Warranty  Program of British  Columbia hnd thq Yukon  was Initiated by the Housing  and Urban Development  Association of Canada, B.C,  Council and was established  In April, 1976.  It's a nice worm feeling....  The Warranty means  protection for you and your  Investment In o new home,  five kinds of protection for  five years from the date of  purchase.  ��� Your deposit (money yow  paid In good faith to bind  the contract) to the  registered builder Is  protected, up to $5,000,  ��� Registered builders  provide a one year  workmanship and  materials warranty, which  Is guaranteed by the  Program.  ��� You are protected against  structural defects In your  new home to the end of  the fifth year from date of  occupancy, up to  ���20,600.  ��� In the event of a dispute  with your bolder, the  Program provides   Impomol conciliation to  hefo you resolve your  differences.  ��� And, if you decide to sell  your new home during the  five year period, the  balance of the warranty Is  transferable to the new  owner.  Today, there are over  10,000 new homes In B.C.  and the Yukon protected by  the Mew Home Warranty  ' Program. Look for this sign  when buying your new  home.  stated.  "Our intentions are to bring to light the  issues of community television relating'  particu-trfly~to~the problons^associateli  with the Sunshine Coast."  The itinerary of events:  SATURDAY���live performances to be  video-taped.  We welcome a studio  ^^^4��jioojiii^Elp-i_-istone Concert Band^,  " Davis' Bfoy Choir, Baptist Church Choir, v  Sechelt Indian Women's Choir. ' ''  1 p.m. ��� Sunshine Coast Fitness  Recreation Service, Yoga, Aerobic Dance,  Tennis.  2 p.m. ��� Dancing, Jean Milward  Dancers, Valerie Kettle.  3:30 p.m. Driftwood Players, Sechelt  Garden Club.  Classroom programs, previously video  taped ���  Room 108 ���12 noon Class projects, 1  p.m. Student Programs, 2 p.m. Community-Tapes, 3 p.m. Dance, Music and  Drama Festival '79.  Room 109���12 noon Pioneer Tapes, Ida  Higgs, 12:30 p.m. Pioneer Tapes ��� Ted  Wyngarden, 1 p.m. Pioneer Tapes ��� Ada  Dawe, 1:30 p.m. Pioneer Tapes���Richard  Reeves, 2 p.m. Dec. 3, 1978 Garbage  Forum.  Room 110 ��� 12 noon Cedar Grove  Presents ��� Frankenstein, 1 p.m. Girls  Basketball Tournament, 2 p.m. Cedar  Grove Presents ��� Frankenstein, 3 p.m.  BasketbaU Championships.  ��� Room HI ��� Madeira Park Meeting on  the Cheekye to Dunsmuir Transmission  Power Line. Taped March 31, 1979 ���  unedited.  SUNDAY ��� 11 a.m. Federal All-  Candidates Meeting, Jack Pearsall,  Liberal, Ray Skelly, NDP, Al Lazerts,  Conservative. 2 p.m. Panel Discussion ���  Topic - Community TV. 4:30 p.m.  Provincial All-Candidates Meetings, Don  Lockstead, NDP, Gerry Gray, Socred.  Weather  FIUB'SEAR"  uinnnnntu  These* bulldcrf, iHHmu of publication, ore {Cfllatawl with tho Program;  Seacocut Design & Construction Ltd.  Bon M25, S��ch��lt  i  Halfmoon Bay Development. Ltd.  Box 769, SMh-lt  Cheryl-Ann* Park  Development Co. Ltd,  Box 673, S��ch��lt       '  P ft P Development! Ltd.  Box 4B7, S*ch��lt  D.T. Barry Construction Ltd.  R.R. ftl, Wait S��ch��|f  Tempo Products ft  Construction  Box BB4, Olbioni  Lo  HlPrec.  cm.  April 7.7:.........  ....7.4.5 .  10.0  1.30  AprllO    4.0  12.0  0.20  AprllO    3.0  11.0  0.10  AprillO    3.0  9.5  0.07  April 11,....   , 1.0  12.0  0.20  April 12    4.5  8.0  1.65  April 13    7.0  13.5  0.10  Week's rainfall-  -3.62 cm. April to date  ���4.66cm. 1979todate���37.88cm.  April 7-13,1978 -  - 1.96 cm.  April 1-13,  1978 ��� 4.60 cm. January-April  13, 1978 -  42.68 cm.  Small Metallic Bookmarks with Sechelt  Crest ��� just a very little something for  your visitors to take back homo. ��� Miss  Bee's, Sechelt.  ESRP's Steve Ripper and Brian Wall demonstrate some past productions.  ���Viet'  % sv.-r-4'!"' v;,r-^ r*-?" -t.v"**  The Beautiful Combination  A JOHNSON OUTBOARD AND-^*  A 12'OR 14' SPRINGBOK  or SMOKERCRAFT        n  ALUMINUM CARTOPPER  ""liable        ""an  * 8��lanc��c| ca���.  ask also about our  SUPER  SUMMER PACKAGES  on other BOATS AND MOTORS  _��9.  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'Uu|        ^1        j^   ||>U|^^^ j|i"     i||  &M ��gn    &j^    ��gj>   ^ym^j^ ^a^^a^  OQC CI 1 1  OO^a��i JL JL J-  SUNCOAST CHRYSLER LTD.  next to St. Mary's, Sechelt  r  I -r-l���   .        '(L���->  r  PageC-4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, April 18,1979  V.H.F. exam  There were 52 candidates who wrote  the operator's licence examination at  Wilson Creek Community Hall on Friday,  March 30 at 7 p.m.  Four membjers from the Vancouver  ' Dept. of Communications conducted the  whirlwind written and oral examinations  with clockwork precision as they had to  catch the 10:30 p.m. ferry from Langdale.  In their wake; they left a group of anxious'  ��� people hopeful that they would received a  certificate in the near future. (A few eager  beavers obtained a hundred per cent mark  on their written portion of the exam!)  Anyone, who was unable to take the  examination and still wishes to, may write,  to the Dept. of Communication, 325  Granville St., Vancouver and purchase the  , VHF booklet on radio communications,  prior to arranging with the Dept. when  they could take the examination which is  :4ield three times a week. The Dept. has*-  waiting list so enquire early.  _-___-__*e_oour8e-j}L_comprehensive_ on-  - emergency procedures essential to all  navigators and the .operator's certificates  will be mandatory very shortly.  Sylvia Woodsworth.  SOCIAL CREDIT  OFFICES NOW OPEN  TO SERVE YOU   DROP IN  For Your Information, Please Call:  Gibsons���886-8318  Sechelt-885-2131  Madeira Park-883-9083   Vote for GERRY GRAY  on the 10th of May  ;si!M.Mw3wv^  ���,- ��� i;\ l*V��� t j; i vi -. '.'���;.���.':-. i.. . ���;������: :���   . ��� t \ : >    *' ' ���'��� -" i' i ��� * ��� ��� '��� ���; ��� �������� �� *��� 5  ��� !v.3;-,Si i.s 5H   f->'*^*' .tuft hi' * <; s .fc? 7 rv.fiSjs>���?������#_?Ft>lSi��|.  Experiments underway to directly harness the sun's energy to produce electric power include this "solar dome" concept of a  10-megawatt solar power plant. Each of the domes, called heliostats (sun-tracking mirrors), would track the sun across the sky and  bounce its rays onto a central receiving tower. A computerized system would position the heliostats to track the sun. The advanced  technology system would use high-pressure, high-temperature air to run the turbines of an electric power generating system.  ANNUAL GUIDE-SCOUT  AUCTION   MAY 5 S  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt  I 10 am-2 pm  1 Winner  I The-Sunshine Coast Lions Club UF  I Raffle drawn March 29 was won by Tim  I Enns of Sechelt.  ^Advertising^  ���  Does Your Club or Group Report h  Its Activities Regularly to The times?  ,  -_   _*-_.r*     n__      If     * i 7*    -i��     ���   r-     ,iiv, ,,���,      ^-^81 ���*    ,. J .   r ,  J.K_      1  mmmmmmmmmm-mmMimmmmmmm  lets good  little products  compete with  theHbiggiesJ  CANADIAN AQVERTISING ADVISORY" BC^flD"  fe*lU  Titig  7 DAYS A WEEK  11 A.M.-11 P.M.  FOR  LUNCH AND DINNER  New Dishes and a Brand New Lunch Menu  885-3815  Call for Reservations  885-9769  '"' PARTHENON  RESTAURANT  2 blocks from Village Centre,  Sechelt  By  the  Sea  mm  Send your pictures and  stories to us we would  be glad to here from you.  Box 310, Sechelt.  WJWk___ a_ ii-_tt, _a__te yg^j��W.��  , _* ~m$��if:-  3__-_4__^}_DC_5"  ���'������IV  HEY KIDS  BIRTHDAY CLUB  Happy  Birthday  to  Andrea  Rayment  April 19,  age 11  tsmm  mm  - " . ?"f >'".; t'-j n*_  MHUMI  JUST FOR FUN  I  Judy: I think I lott a dollar.  Joe: Don't worry ��� It's around hero someplace. A dollar doesn't go far these days.  Filend to Little Moron: Why are you limping?  Little Moron: I came out through the screen door ahd strained myself.  Girl: Why do you say amen Instead of awoman after songs?  Boy; Because we are singing hymns instead of hers!  Teacher; Peter, why are you late for school every morning?  Peter: Every time I come to the corner; the sign says "School, Go Slow".  Pupil: Do you think It Is right to punish people for things they haven't done?  Teacher: Why of course notl  Pupil: Well, I haven't done my homework.  Worried Mother: What's my little Johnny crying about. I thought I told you to give him  anything he wants.  Babysitter: Yes, Ma'm, But I've dug him a hole and now he wants me to bring It In the  house.  Ill  tmm  ONIONS  Here's somethings that you  might platTit in your garden.  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I Ib. can salmon, drained and flaked  I cup peas, cooked and drained  % tbip finely chopped green pepper*  I cup grated cheese  i tbsp mayonnaise  1/2 i.Vljnufc   . .������..,.,.W,.....W.M.,.,. ��.*,,.,....,...��*. ��.  ..............t... ,,. t,...������...������ .,  1 cup RI��4o(k baking povyder blKult mix  hM|.4%|4^ 450 degrees^lK salmon, peas and green pepper In a greased   idche  neai.^iinmyf  ���eV. A__-_A- 'j-j-fflfr.-isi Mif ii  ������^fctfW��(wiPiftpSfW%JP^I||  ca*fM%^r"' Wl"l^ wf rnllk withgrofedcheeieandpaUrover salmon mixture.  A��W*P^als* and l/f'eup milk to Blsqulk wnd drop dough by spoonfuls.over  ^i-i^gpiiWpjiiap^^  mmmwrnemmmmmmm  mm  Is anyone planning on planting  a garden this year?  Maybe you could get your  mom or dad to help you.  How about some carrots or  tomatoes.  Gardens are lots oilun,.  write us and tell us about it.  n*^rV>��.'*��i\v ^i^-T.i^a^;* fl<  MM  m*  m  The Legend of the Tulips  Many years ago In Holland there lived an old woman who made cheese and sold It at  the market. She kept her house very clean and neat but she wished for a little beauty  and someone to love.  Near the old woman's home lived a wealthy man whose garden bloomed with rare  and beautiful tulips. Each day as the woman passed the beautiful garden, she  dreamed of having |ust one of those beautiful bloom* In hor own garden.  One day, she made an especially large cheese, wrapped It carefully, and took It up to  tho large house, She knocked shyly at the door and asked to see the owner. When  the gentleman appeared, the old woman told him about the delicate flavor of her  cheese and begged him to try It, He sampled the cheese and declared It to be the     v  best he hod ever eaten. Timidly she asked lor one precious bulb In payment for the  cheese, Quickly she hurried home and carefully planted the bulb, then ihe eagerly  waited for spring.  When spring came, a green shoot appeared and soon, a beautiful bloom. The womon  prlxed tier blossom and stayed home to gaie at It every day,  One cool evening, she was forced to watch her bloom from her window, As she  See red at her tulip, to hor surprise, nettled In the closing petals, she saw a tiny fairy  aby fast asleep.  The next day the woman told a little girl about what she had seen, and soon children  came from all around to hear tho wonderful story of how the falrlos put their babies  to bed at night among the tulip blooms.  Each time the woman made one of her choftn for the wealthy geritlwon In tho big"  house, she received a tulip bulb, Soon her yard bloomed with a beauty which surpassed even that of the mansion's garden. And each spring, the children come to sit  at tho woman'! foot ond hoof tho itory of how tho tulips shelter the fairy bobles In  the cool, spring evening*1,,  Tho beauty ol the old woman' garden gained fame far and wide, but even more  importent H> her were the ehlldren who ftHOd hor yard, for fhoy canWTwrtgWfOrfhr"*  J*nsJJuJ,,ttfr|f i ..but, alio J(tmuio iheyjftyiit, htiv.  (;. t��*��-^.i^j��^4t>^iV;^^^W"^-*^^��-*/^��i^-^"j^vl!  mtmmem  m\m%Wem0mm0mXm  mmmm0mmmmmmm  mmmmmtmmm  mt  >  1 ___,_:_,._ 7.7.:  the  aaa  What tree species have, been grown for  reforestation and in what ratios?  In the early years of forestry in this,  province, most logged .'areas-were,  replanted in Douglas fir. This was due to a  number of factors, The first stands harvested were in Douglas fir.and demand for  the wood was high. At the same time  nursery production of some species  (notably western hemlock and yellow  cedar) was difficult.  But, with advancing years, other  species were harvested and economic  conditions changed. Through ongoing  research, we have also accummulated.an  impressive body of knowledge on the tree  growth and survival requirements of  trees. In addition, we have developed  effective nursery practises plus  sophisticated-techniques���and���all���have  combined to change,, the picture. Each  ^ear^we^ee-&^eate_^diye_^ty=i_irthe-^S  different species being raised for planting.  In 1978, seed was sown in B.C. Forestry  Service nurseries to meet a target of  ninety seven million seedlings by 1980. Of  this number. 30 per. cent were containerized and 70 per cent were bare root  stock: Using both container and bare root  numbers as a base, the breakdown by  species was _as follows: 54.3_ Interior  -spruce; -17.5 Coastat_Dougla_r firr"9:r  Wednesday, April 18,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageC-5  \  It's Time to Start Thinking About Exterior  HOUSE PAINTING  Fast-Professional Service  Call  DICK BLAKEMAN  886-2466  [After 5 p.m.]  THE AGENCY-USE of volunteers  was ttie subject of a volunteers'  workshop last week. Probation officer  Un Pocock, left, coordinator of  volunteer programs in the juvenile  corrections branch lectured with coworker in adult corrections branch,  Volunteer helpline  Lodgepole pine, 9.3 Western hemlock, 3.1  Interior Douglas fir, 2.7 Sitka spruce, 1.4  -Red^redarr: 71771  Why this particular ratio? The answer  is that every year, the percentage of each  - species that will be raised for reforestation  is determined from/the requests received  from the Forest Service and industries in  - -the-six-forest-regiwis- of -the -provinceL-  These requests, in turn, are usually based  on replanting the tree species harvested  during logging "operations over the year.  ~ Usually, but not always, because some  species, such as lodgepold pine, will  reforest an area naturally if correct  logging and site preparation practises  have been carried out. In such cases, no  planting will be required. Thus, requests  do not necessarily match up exactly with  statistics of areas logged.  - In generalrat present, the reforestation  system is largely one of replacement. In  most cases, if Douglas fir is harvested,  _ Douglas fir seedlings will be replanted_on  a given siteJEtowfiver, without going-into-  too much detail, it should be mentioned  that straight replacement is not always  desireable ahd is not practised in every  situation for good reason. Although nature  is generally sensible in her choice of tree-  species for a given area, in some instances  the tree that will survive and grow best  after1 logging is not t^jone thai,last. pc-  P^Bitftv^iv'  - i;._W)VV��rtS��_-��!*'fei^^fes*'4^'i'��fr  Forests, go through a succession  stages. For example; a'hemlock forest  today (a shade loving species) may have  grown up under Douglas fir trees that with  the passing of time gradually grew old and  died. On, such a site, one would probably  replant, not with hemlock, but, with  Douglas fir. Why? Because the site conditions after logging more closely  resemble those under which the original  natural stand of th^'sunshine demanding  Douglas fir had ; their beginning ���  clearings resulting from forest fires, insect attack or windthrow.  Sometimes, in other ways too, logging  brings about changes to the harvested  area. In such instances,, land managers  will prescribe and request suitable  alternate species of tree from the nurseries. Thus, the ratios will vary from year  to year.  Send your questions about the forest  and forestry to "Ask about the Forest" ���  c-o Canadian Forestry Association of B.C.,  410-1200 West Pender Street, Vancouver,  B.C., V6E 2S9. A professional forester will  reply and a book prize will be sent to each  person submitting a question' that is  published.  Phyl  Davies,' on  how   to   utilize  volunteers effectively.  For everyone the world of volunteerism  is a -growing-and continually- learning-  experience.  Not  only  are  volunteers  themselves interested in increasing their  skills butit Plight tem^  Service's Volunteer Bureau- for more  -r-tonr-ati6n.J5fou-certainly-arerunder no-  obligation when you make enquiries. Call  Jo-Anne Bushnell at 885-3821 about these  CBC  Saturday Anthology 10:05 Patrick  Hynan talks with Frederick R. Karl, the  biographer of Joseph Conrad.  Sunday CBC Stage 1:05 p.m. A Very  Lonely Woman by Pat Revfll ��� science  fiction.  The Entertainers 4:35 p.m. Sally Field  talks about her new movie Norma Rae;  musical profile of Gilbert Becauct; Leiber  and Stoler talk about their book "Baby  That Was Rbck n' RoU".  Celebration 9:05 p.m. Easter Oratoria  _by-_Heinrich_SchultZ-._r^J_,Historia _der-  -Auferstelung Jesu Christi".  Tuesday CBC Playhouse 8:04 p.m.  Channel 2 by Susan Steven Freygood, a  tragi-comedy set in the 21st century.  _FM7RADIO_ . - ���  Saturday Signature 7:05 p.m. Profiles  of two outstanding North American music  artists ��� Montreal-born soprano Madame  know that agencies and groups which need  and use volunteers, also look to other  programs and are continually reevaluating, solidifying and re-organizing  their own programs.  At our last Interagency, meetingt_i__��_  two co-ordinators of" the Volunteer  program for Probation, Len Pocock and  Phyl Davies, shared many ideas about  their use of .volunteers. Although the prime  focus was upon the use the volunteers  working on a one-to-one basis within  probation, the two leaders responded to  individual enquiries and problems related  to volunteers in various programs here.  Many of the basic ideas used in the  probation program can easily be integrated into other programs in existence  or just beginning here on the coast.  The morning provided a valuable  learning experience. It triggered thoughts  andmade.us more aware of the ways in  which we can improve our volunteer  programs. It also reinforced the contribution made by volunteers and how  much we need to appreciate the efforts  _ made  >_  around your -_eighborhood_and let me  know where we could offer some help to  another person.  The overall death rate from heart  _dS-__|!eJ__-?_b^  "since 1950���" ~ ~  TdonicK^nVy\A?  introduces rn~|oft  Hl-loft is the new construction ol the popular Daniadown quilt  HNott lets the down filling expand to its fullest extent and  maintains the high quality that Daniadown is noted for Hi-loft  ensures that the Daniadown Is the softest, most comfortable  quilt you can buy and teamed with our wide range of accessories, the decorating possibilities are endless  Read our free colour brochure, or come and see us One of our  trained staff will be happy to help you select the right quilt for you  from our wide range  Learning is a continual growth experience. No programs can .remain static  and continue.to.be as useful. If we as in-  CI daniadown quilts ltd.  R Vancouver, B.C.  fr     "Over 10 years of Quality* Service".  SUNSHINE INTERIORS  886-8023 .  .       ,, .   886-741 \  -        '      OiENPA SASARATT-   .^Lj.  Sunshine Coast Regional District  Notice of Public Meeting  Subdivision Regulation Amendment By-law No. 103.13  Subdivision Regulation Amendment By-law No. 103.18  Subdivision Regulation Amendment By-law No. 103.19  A Public Meeting will be held to consider the following by-laws of  ' the, Sunshine Coast Regional District. All persons who deem their  interest in property affected by the proposed by-laws shall be given  an opportunity to be heard on matters contained in the by-laws.  By-law No. 103.13 will amend the subdivision zone map by  designating the rural area of Roberts Creek (north of Highway 101)  : as a F subdivision zone. This by-law amena'rnenTwill' not include  property within the Agricultural Land Reserves or Tree Farm  Licences., The minimum size of parcels created within a F sub  division zone shall be 1.75 hectares (4.32 acres).  By-law No. 103.18 will amend the subdivision zone map by  designating the southeastern portion of D.Li 2631 as a E subdivision  zone. This property comprises approximately 7.1 hectares (17.5  acres) and is located on the north side of Highway 101 opposite Hall  _Bojxd_irjLRc_bier.a^  Ezone cannot be less than 1 hectare (2.47 acres) and the minimum  parcel size is 0.2 hectare (0.5 acre).  By-law No. 103.19 will amend the subdivision zone map by  designating the west half of Lot 15, D.L. 904, Plan 4213 as a E  subdivision zone. This property comprises approximately 2.2  hectares (5.4 acres) and is located on the north side of Lower Road,  just west of the cemetery in Roberts Creek. The average size of  parcels created within a E zone cannot be less than 1 hectare (2.4?  acres) and the minimum parcel size is 0.2 hectare (0.5 acre).  The Meeting will be held in the Roberts Creek Community Hall, Hall  Road, on Monday, April 30,1979 at 7:30 p.m.  The above is a synopsis of By-laws Nos. 103.13. 103.18 and 103.19  and is not deemed to be an interpretation of the by-laws. These  proposed =by-law amendments "may be inspected at the Regional  District Office, 1248 Wharf Street, Sechelt, B.C. during office hours;  namely Monday to Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Thursday  ��� J Friday, 8:'30 a.m. to 5:45 p.m.  and  Surtshme Coast Regional District  Box 800  Sechelt, B.C.'  VON 3A0       ..,^,.,.,��,835-226.1  Mrs. A.G. Pressley  Secretary-Treasurer  shook the cobwebs out of the art of literary  and music criticism.  Sunday Celebration 10:05 p.m. Feast of  the Dead, a moving drama about the  Jesuit mission to the Hurons 300 years ago,  exploring the clash of two ancient religious  traditions and the disillusionment reality  can bring.  CBC TELEVISION  Wednesday ��� Stanley Cup Hockey, S  p.m. Second game in the quarter finals.  Friday ��� Stanley Cup Hockey, S p.m.  Third game in the quarter finals.  Thursday ~ Major League Baseball.  The Pearson Cup Montreal Expos versus  Toronto Blue Jays at 4 p.m.  Saturday���Count Dracula 8 p.m. Louis  Jourdan stars in this highly acclaimed  BBC version of Brain Stoker's Count  Dracula ~ a three-hour film production.  Sunday 2 p.m. A Chinese feature film  made in 1964 to commemorate the 25th  anniversary of Dr. Norman Bethune's  death in China.  Stanley Cup Hockey 5 p.m.  Tuesday Stanley Cup Hockey 5 p.m.  Does Your Club or Group Report  Its Activities Regularly to The Times?  B. A. BLACKTOP  ���'QUALITY   SERVICE SINCE I956"h  ASPHALT PAVING OF:  ���Roads ���Industrial Sites ���Parking Areas  ��Tennis Courts ���Driveways ���Gravel Sales*  '"" FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL  885-5151  East Porpoise Day Rd, Sechelt  serve" "our community, then everyone'  loses. The volunteer is so vital to our  community ��� without him or her many  important functions and operations would  not be happening. Volunteers, be proud of  your role in helping here on the Sunshine  Coast.  One date which you might like to put on  your calendar is April 25. A workshop on  the Use and the Abuse of Power and  Conflict will be offered at Elphinstone at  7:30 ��� more about that later.  Two areas demand attention in this  column today ��� Volunteers in the schools  and at the Adult Day Care Centre.  Firstly, let's focus on the volunteer'  needs in the schools. There is such a need  for help with children to improve their  skills and to develop more of their  potential. Your commitment would last  only until June ��� not a long time to ask.  But that time spent with a student could  make such a difference. Children in both  elementary and high schools throughout  the coast are in need. Check the following  list and think about the ones in which you  could help: ���working on a one-to-one  basis with students in a learning assistant  area, ��� helping a bright student with his  science, ��� helping work with equipment  and students in the automotive, woodworking or sheet metal shops,���helping in  the science department, ��� helping in the  library, ��� helping with a drama program  for students.  A two-and-a-half month committment^  working two hours each_week, ia not much  to ask. You will be amazed at how much  personal growth comes to you and the  person being helped.  The Adult Day Care Centre ls looking  for a variety of volunteers to help with  their program. Most clients are quite  elderly and really enjoy sharing time with  othpr people who are willing to listen to  them. Volunteers are needed to holp  prepare and serve meals, show slides Or  present some form of entertainment. Do  you have a craft which you could share  with some of these Individuals?  The atmosphere ls very pleasant and  relaxing. Clients who attend enjoy a  variety of activities. The staff la only too  h willing to train and help any volunteers  !%eel very comfortable and be a useful part  of tho operation. Another area where help,  can be used is in driving some of the  clients to and from their homes or perhaps  you might be willing to assist the clients  while they ride the Minibus.  If any of these volunteer opportunities  appeal to you, please call the Community  ANNUAL MEETING  PENDER HARBOUR  CREDIT UNION  32nd Annual Meeting  to'be Held  FRIDAY, APRIL 20,1979, 7:30 pm  CANADIAN LEGION HALL  Dinner:  Members $4.00  Guests    $7.00  Meeting Free  PENDER HARBOUR CREDIT UNION  MADEIRA PARK, B.C. VON 2H0  1AIC    ADC  %3%JHJI   <UP Ai JL JL  THE ONLY AUTHORIZED BENDIX  & FRONTIER  DEALER ON THE SUNSHINF COAST  SUNCOAST CHRYSLER LTD  next to St. Mary's, Sechelt  J  ! '  Shoplifting $4.07 worth of goods from  ���HSttperValu ~in-���Hbsons earned  James  - Doorman Burgess, 32, a six-months  suspended sentence with an order not to  eiater SuperValu during that period. " ,  7 Burgess pleaded guilty to theft under  $200 in Sechelt Provincial Court last week  after he was charged March 8 for leaving  the story without paying for a mug and two  tins of clams. At the time, he was in  possession of $31.  ,, Defence lawyer Robert Reid said  3  , family budget come up in  Burgess was"under financial stress and   of goods valued! at less than $200.     ', 7.,, and adding^a .second  ~-^eHbnirtwtetet-l-i^^������I-iiriiTg-theT-robatib^^  's pleas  driving ��� while  week netted  at the time of the offence.  . In sentencing, Judge J.S.P. Johnson  told Burgess that in this "minor shoplifting" offence, "you have picked yourself  up a criminal record."  Lucille.Paul, 22, was given six months  suspended sentence with  six months  probation and-ordered hot to enteiHT  SuperValu store on the peninsula during,  that period after she pleaded guilty to theft  .lasf  ordered to cooperate with the probation  "Douglas Leslie Doughty 21 days with the  judge's recommendation he serve it in al?  forestry camp. ...  For her second alcohol-related conviction Muriel Welburn, 39, was sentenced  to 14 days in jail and given six months -  probation to attend the_ impaired drivers'. v  course. , .  Judge Johnson delayed sentehcing  Rodger Allan Cox until he, received a  presentence report and learned whether  the proprietor of Mr. Mike's in Gibsons  had anything to say on the matter.  Cox, 22, was charged with stealing a  number of utensils J cups and plates from  the restaurant, Th\se and an 18" x 20"  painting of a liorKbelonging to the  restaurant were recovered in a legal  search of his residence.  officer in setting up a family budget  Steve Hugh Hill of Sechelt was given a  one-year suspended sentence after he was  found guilty of obtaining cash exceeding  $200. by false pretences from SuperValu  June 1,1978. ^  ". TUqydrcurtis Emeraoti was fined $250  after he pleaded guilty to smoking while  transporting explosive.  Judge Johnson also recommended his  licence to handle explosives be terminated because "either he does not  know the regulations or he does not adhere  to them."  Michael Edward Thompson was fined  $250 for driving while disqualified.  Failure to serve a 14-day default on a  finejor driving while suspended last year  885-2615  Fr��h outside  olr enters '  bock of/  hst-tllnsK  Warm air flows  -   '- . from front of,  neotlitrar 300' F-f  THE NORTHERN HEATUNER  /Is a double walled firebox to be used as a-  built-in structural parfbra masonry fireplace.  *The only fireplace that replaces the oxygen  used by the fire, on a continual basis.  -^Positiveair control ���'great.er fuel efficiency.  *Smoke-not- heat goes up the chimney, two  'dampers7'     "  *No   drafts  -  gentje  air   pressure   created  throughout home.  *Old fashioned conventional fireplaces function only because of the imperfections in our  homes. Strictly speaking, they should not work.  There is no physical principle behind their' ��� *  design.  ���    ALSO AVAILABLE NORTHERN FIREPLACE INSERTS.  Adjustable, just slide it into your existing fireplace. Use our unit, save hundreds of  dollars, and still enjoy an open fire. Our fan can be installed to further increase  efficiency, on BOTH units, if required.  79  ���foe^ Cgmfflwi  frStowW?  5-ABS��v  CLASSROOM PROGRAMMES  Saturday, April 21  Live performances to be video taped ... we welcome a studio audience.  12 noon     Elphinstone Concert Band.  Davit Bay Choir  Baptist Church Choir  Sechelt Indian Women's Choir  "i-QHrpm     Sunshine Coast Fitness Recreation Service  _._-__   --Yoga     -   Aerobic Dance  ��� Tennis ���'   2:00 pm     Dancing  Jean Milward Dancers  Valerie Kettle   ��� 3:30_ |��rn   .Qr.Lf.twfl.od..E_ay.era ���  Sechelt Garden Club  Classroom programmes ��� previously video taped.  SMILES AND balloons were the order weekend as holiday and hordes of  of the day as the Easter Bunny, visited visitors got Sunshine Coast's busy  a packed Sunnycrest Mail last   season under way.  L  6.  ' TzrkWm"' tfoot^H:oo  WE  ~~ STETERIN)  go&cot  Wfi8l_/ft��rT  Room 108  109  110  111  12:00 Class Projects  1:00 Student Programmes  2:00 Community Tapes  3:00 Dance, Music and Drama Festival 79  12:00 Pioneer tapes ��� Ida Higgs  12:30 Pioneer Tapes ��� Ted Wyngarden  1:00 Pioneer Tapes ��� Ada Dawe  1:30 Pioneer Tapes ��� Richard Reeves  2:00 Dec. 3rd 78 Garbage Forum  12:00 Cedar Grove presents Frankenstein  1:00 Girls Basketball Tournament  2:00 Cedar Grove presents Frankenstein  3:00 Basketball Championships   Madeira Park Meeting on the Cheekye to Dun-  smuir Transmission Power Line. Taped March 3lst,  1979 ��� unedited.  Sunday, April 22  11:00-l :00 pm In the Gym. Federal All-Candidates Meeting, Jack  ' Pearsall, Liberal; Ray Skelly, NDP,' Al Lezert,  Conservative. Sponsored by the Council of Concerned Unions, produced by Elphinstone Students  Research Productions.  2:00 pm In the Gym. Panel Discussion. Topic: Community  TV.  . 4:30-6:00 pm |n the Gym. Provincial All-Candidates Meeting.  Don Lockstead, NDP; Gerry .Gray, Socred. Sponsored by Council of Concerned Local Unions.  Produced by Elphinstone Students Research  Productions.  885-5111  ONLY 12 MORE DAYS TO QUALIFY FOR OUR  HAWAII FOR TWO CONTEST  SUNCOAST CHRYSLER  next to St. Mary's, Sechelt  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parti * Sales * Service  ' Rotor Lather Service for Disc Brakes  and Drum'Brakes  '���' ' Volvo ond Soot Grinding  '' ' All Make- Serviced   ,   Datum Specialists  Gibsons  Phone 886-7919  ECONOMY AUTO PARTS LTD.  Automobile, Industrial  and Body Shop Supplies  Sechelt  H-MMM-M  885-5181  BLASTING  Ted's Blading A Contracting Ltd.  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  * Basements * Driveways * Septic Tank*  Stumps * Ditch Lines  Call lor o free estimate anytime  113-2734     "AirTrack Available"      883-2385  TED DONLEY PENDER HARBOUR  M-  BUILDING SUPPLIES   A.C. RENTALS A BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  All Your Building Needs  Madeira Park Phone 08&-2 688  CHIMNEYSWEEPS  MIAMI  H����v* Your-^tmniya��cm��d Now  Call Lee Christian  ���83-9171  Sunshine Coast Business Directory  CONTRACTORS  HANDYMAN, FINISHED CARPENTER,  CABINET MAKER, ROUGHING  WILL DO ANYTHING,  CONSCIENTIOUSLY DONE  Newcomer, References  JOB WELL DONG  Albert-885-3386  HAROLD PEARSON LANDCLEARING  * Roods  ABASEMENTS  * Landscaping  885-9850  RAYS TRUCKING  Gravel * Fill * Dralnrock  SERVING PENDER HARBOUR  8855260  M.W. TRANSPORT  & BULLDOZING SERVICES  CLEARING ��� EXCAVATION ��� TRUCKING  Complete Sile Preparation  Murray Warman Hell moon Bay  885-5648  J.B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  Dump Truck ��� Bockhoe ��� Cal'  "Waler",' Sewer, Drblriafte Installation  Land Clearing  FRSI ESTIMATES  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  Port Mellon to Ole's Cove  Tel: 886-2936 or 885-9973  * Commercial Containers Available  ELECTRICIANS  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  Residential & Commercial Wiring  Pole Lln�� Installations  - .Electric Heating  Ron Sim 885-2062  Rick Sim  ���+T  ROBHAGAR  Electrical Contracting  Eves: 886-9261  Days (886-2766  CB. CONTRACTORS  Complete Building Insulating  Interior & Exterior Painting  Roofing, Shakes  & Apshalt Shingles  PRII ISTIMATIS  885-9272  FLOORING ��� CABINETS  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  Kitchen Cabinets  Specialists In Remodelling  886-9411  Showroom In Twlllghl Theatre, Gibsons  KENDeVRIESASONLTD.  PLOORCOVERINOS  CARPETS ��� TILES ��� LINOLEUMS ��� DRAPES  GIBSONS* SECHELT  885-3424  HEATINO  SECHELT METAL PRODUCTS  ���   '       LTD��   GENERAL SHEET METAL  Domestic, Commercial, Industrial heating  and Air conditioning,        '*     885-2466.   LANDSCAPING  EVERGREEN LANDSCAPINO  and  GARDEN MAINTENANCE  For an ever-blooming garden  fruit tree pruning  WILLIAM BORAGNO     Free Estimates  (Bango) 885-5033  LANDSCAPINO (cont'd)  SECHELT ORIENTAL LANDSCAPING  Landscaping * Pruning * Shaping  Willie Takahashl  Call otter six 885-9890  RENTALS  PRINTING SERVICE    ������ ���       ���   ���        ��� ���  Business Cards, Wedding Invitations,  Letterheads, Envelopes,  Raffle Tickets.  PENINSULA TIMES  Phone 885-3231  PEST CONTROL  SPRING SPECIAL  ROTTED MANURE from EAST DELTA  ALSO FINE BLACK TOPSOIL  PHONE 576-1870  PIED PIPER COMPANY LTD.  BONDED PEST CONTROL SERVICES  call Paul M. Bulman at 434-6641  7061 Olll.y Ave. Burnaby  REFRIGERATION  BILL ROBERTS  REFRIGERATION AND  AIR CONDITIONING  ,.,���, ���,.,; SALES f$*RYig!_  To stores, offices, restaurants, ��� marine  GOV'T CERTIFIED TECHNICIAN  883*4*1 BI3.S4I  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS * EQUIPMENT RENTALS  Scaffolding, Rock Drills, Power'Toolt,  Automotive Tools, Pumps, Generators,  and Compressors  Highway 101 883-2585  at Francis Peninsula Road  ROOFING  ROOFLAND ROOFING PRODUCTS  Your One-Stop  Roofing Supply Centre  886-2489  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Olbions, B.C.  886-2700  SALES* SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday, 8:30 am to 5:30 pm  Friday evening by appointment only  WELL DRILLING  WELL DRILLING  Pumps & Equipment  883-9072  3 p.m. to I Op,m,  Phone 885;5392  JOHNDENHAM  Building A Remodelling  Bex 1BI4, Sechelt, 1.C  $  ' 7*-  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, April 18,1979  P��ge07-  r  .,  "  ;<  -   B&&!s��m  _-    ^  ���  ' ;lfl____  W\_i>  -'  Henry w. Block  ' The students of Pender -Harbour  Secondary School will play a large part in  the B.C. Federation of School Athletic  Association's Milk Run on Wednesday,  April 25 at 11:30 a.m. at the Secondary  School.  Close  to  200,000  secondary  school  students from 210 schools throughout the  province will take part in one of the most  unique events to be staged during School  Sports week in Canada.  j   The Milk Run works jthis way: All  p-secondaiy-schTOte-fo-th^  ' being encouraged to have their students,  join in a three kilometer run, jog or walk  r on April 25. All participants are being  ' asked to donate a. coin to the B.C. Lions  , Society for Crippled Children7_  Upon completion of the  kilometer  ~ course, each participant will be given a  , carton of milk from the local dairies, as  well as a partcipation certificate.  represent  you to the District  Taxation Office"  , Should your income tax return be  .   questioned, we will not only take  responsibility for how it was prepared,  we will represent you to the District .  : Taxation Office... all year round and  ,   at jro. extra cost. At H&R Block, we  .\ are income tax specialists.   -  I H&R BLOCK  THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE  In the Sunnycrest Shopping Moll  4 Across icom-_-perValu)_  Mon.-Sat., 9:30-5:30; Frl. 9:30-9:00  Appointments Available, Come In Today I  GIBSONS 885-7414  JjSECHELT EI_ElVffiI��ARY School is   BlaekweU (seated centre) is flanked   Flower girls are, from left, Yoeiinda   tt^SSSSjmbSSffillS  making sure itis.represented at the   by pflncesses^UVonne _Jmes,^eft,nKnite,~treigh7^Maclntosh,   ^^y~cotatmudty members involved in the  ......i    rrt;_,!-��,.   n_sr.    nritVi    tTio     anrl TT.iloon MnKlhhiiv  Runner hovs    Rnrtnirlt and Valprie RlAir. i-^vii-M-^.,-  _nrl_-i.<___. &..___._**__*_*_  annual  Timber  Days  with  the   and Eileen McKibbin! Banner boys   Burtnick and Valerie Blair.  ^a^tional-May^ueen-electionJLisa���are Eric Sweet, leftT and John Rogers.  community  threeTkilometer run, jog-walk. Everone is  _t-elc-_a_-_L  Anti-arson campaign launched  An arson-awareness campaign has  been launched province-wide to reduce  fire crimes, increase the profile of B.C.'s  fire service and have an informed fire  conscious public, Fire Commissioner  Gordon R. Anderson skid last week.  The Arson Alert Program is a two-level  attack to educate the public, firstly in the  effects of fire on persons and deterrents to  combat arson and, secondly to implement  a co-operative tactical fire-crime fight  through a program including all concerned agencies.  -   The Arson Alert Program will consist'  of the following components:  ��� A toll-free zenith number at the  Director of Fire Safety Office, 2780 East  Broadway, Vancouver. The number will *  be Zenith 2222 and in order to use the  number you simply dial "O" for the  -Operator and ask for Zenith 2222. In the  Lower Mainland the number is 251-1111.  This number will be displayed on the  public information campaign, as well as  posted on each arson fire in the province, ,  .^,-j   \��-j  __>...  Easter Egg  Hunt winners  The first annual Gibsons Co-op sponsored Easter Egg^fiunt was a gleeful  success Sunday morning with over 100  children scrambling for the 960 eggs  decorated and hidden by the store's staff  in Dougal Park.  ' Most eggs were gathered by Brad  Kintila, 10, with 247. He took first place in  the age 6 to 11 group for boys with Rachel  Goldman besting all girls in that group  with 13.   '��� ���/ ������_���-. '     . .-/,  In the age 1-5 group, three-year-old  Carla Dougal brought in 22 eggs to win for  the girls and Christopher Newcome and  Tommy Scorey tied to take the boys  department with a dozen eggs each.  It is expected to become an annual  event. .���.���������  asking for public involvement. The purpose of the dial arson line is to have any  suspicious fires or persons reported to this  office by the public. The information  received will immediately be forwarded to  the department concerned.  ��� Increased training for all fire, police  and insurance agencies. These courses are  in the development stage. There will be  standardized guidelines for each agency in  the investigation of arson fires.  ���Arson Alert Operations room at 2780  East Broadway, Vancouver, to be used as  a central command headquarters for  Arson Alert. It will be a visual display to  all agencies and the public.  ���' A confidential arson reporting  system. This system will require each  agency to telephone in details of any and  all arsons within 72 hours, thereby  allowing the^Fire Commissionerto have -  all records at one location with easy access. This office would then be able to  evaluate and disseminate information  within minutes. Upon request from you we  would be able to give the appropriate  feedback immediately. "' 7  ���18" x 24" Arson placards, using the  logo for distribution to all local assistants  in the province. These placards are  provided for placement on all premises  where arson has been determined. They  conta-Th the Zenith number or Lower  Mainland telephone number.  - Public education involving TV,  radio, slide series, mall displays, films  and brochures for province-wide  distribution. This mass media campaign  will create a public awareness of the  problem of arson; and identify how the  public can help. This Information will be  distributed through your office with your  department as the area coordinator.  ��� High profile the investigative team to  show investigative credibility to the public  and increase internal incentive to  responsible agencies. This is part of the  deterrent package.  ���An Arson Alert Task Force under the  direction of the FlreXommissloher. It  would be the vehicle for involvement of the  various agencies for their input through  the committee approach.  ' ��� Severe penalties for anyone committing arson in which a member of the  Fire Service or the public has their life  endangered in any way.  ��� Fire QKcamissioner Inquiries will be  held on as many occasions as warranted.  School Sports Week in Canada is April  22-28 with a "fun and fitness" theme. It is  designed to promote participation ih  school sports programs and dedicated to  -recognizing-the^contributions-��fr-the���  thousands of volunteer teacher-coaches  who work so hard to make school  programs successful.  It is hoped that the Milk Run will raise  some $20-25,000 for the Lions Society for  Crippled Children.  The contact for the Pender Harbour  Secondary School Milk Run is Paul  Lavigne ��� 883-2727.  CHIMNEY SWEEP  Any time is a good time  to clean your chimney.  *We build them new and repair them.  *We know how to sweep and clean them "with the  best equipment money can'buy".  PIPE AND STOVE CLEANING  SERVING THE PENINSULA FOR MORE THAN TEN  YEARS  S.C. PENINSULA ���  Leave message with DEAN at 885-2159  Burnaby - 7370 Gil lay Avenue .....    433-3137  Whistler Mountain 932-5732  DIVISION OF H. BANKA MASONRY LTD.  Some Ads Do  and Some Don't  ���OnrsitoiT-���  .yfclr*-"^     -    ���*���-.���)���)>_->  Try The  Peninsula Times Classifieds -  885-3231  or DROP OFF YOUR CLASSIFIEDS AT  THE HERON CAFE, LOWER GIBSONS  im mi/  Notice of Changing Traffic Routes and Access to St. Mary's Hospital  Theflrst phase of the present hospital construction program will be completed April 18, 1979.  On that date, changes to tho access and traffic flow will take place. In general, the main and emergency entrances wll I be In tho same rotative  positions as before consfructlon and both basomont entrances will be closed to the Public, '\  Traffic-  All traffic will be one-way. Please obey signs.  Entrances -  The main and emergency entrances will open from 7:00  a.m, to 8:00 p.m. dally ��� at other times please enter by the  Emergency entrances using the call system fitted at the  "���" dooT." * " '��� "' '"���������     ���" '-"'' " "���' ���  Canopies are provided over both entrances for the comfort  of patients. Please do not park under ihe canopies longer  than necessary to unload or load your vehicle.  Physiotherapy -  This department will be closed over the Easter holidays  from the 13th of April to the 17th of April Inclusive, opening  on the 18th In the new Physiotherapy situated on the main  floor. *  Operations-  No operational changes will take place except for some  internal traffic flow.  ^..^.^-p^t^f-WI^ -fr-WtfJ^jW^'^ WW  cooperation and understanding In this worthwhile  iKPWSwjr������������'.-,^ff^^lw^eff.iPRa,,.!elw^->.i.-,^r.JW���,ir*'_^n?���"  "���*frlS'*/,,'  project.  ...wit  #���lfl- , l���<_  '    ,   \  N. Vucurevich,  Administrator ��� '���.'.   "���   . ���'V~  , .   .' .. f' '  i ���  __r  vmiSfSffi^n1  Ji-it_lji8llW9i'77^  '���Ull.Mll   -IL-I---L���U-JL���_-L-_J I [J L.,..l.l. 1.'. ���Sill. __.,'..��..!",'. 1.1!.'. I.'..1..? J  { The caravan moved fast,. passing  Quickly through a group ^pigeofl towers  and a slight gulley. Then it briskly climbed  tfcfe gulley and the lead camel entered the  Iriiins of an ancient city.     ,     ���  As the procession continued, the nomad  diief, portrayed by Anthony Quinn, moved  " iibBut the 'mass~orpedpIe and animalsr"  urging them to seek shelter.  "Hide! Behind the walls!" he shouted.  "Get out of sight! Quickly!"  The caravan of some 175 men, womeh  and children, with its herds ��� 40 camelst,  50 horses and donkeys, and 700 sheep ahd  goats���was fleeing from an army column  equipped with modern weapons of war.  The scene represents one of the key  sequences in the epic adventure drama,  "Caravans," an Ibex Films, Inc-FIDCI  Production for Universal release, based on  ���    James Michener's best-selling novel.    ^Ih^ddition-to-Qu_rm^e_-n__er__C__Ne_ll_  and Michael Sarrazin star in the epic  motion picture filmed entirely on location  in Iran.   ��� ' '   i ��  Beyond the towers, used to capture the  bird droppings for fertilizer, moved the  column of command cars and jeeps. The  people were ordered to prepare for battle,  The sequence .was filmed at Isfahan,  sacked by GhengLs Khan about 800 years  ago, causing the deaths of more than   100,000 men,' women and children. , _,  In its present stated it oT^jIctied^an-  abandoned town, a place where the walls  and outer areas were crumbUng^-a town  wmv,  maw,  FOR  TIMES  CALL       < "> O  r.'(jU   0 0 07  Jennifer O'Neill, an American girl living with a middle-Eastern  nofnadi tnbe~rdances with Anthony Quinn, the tribe leader,- in  Universal's "Caravans/' an ep,ic\adyenture-drama based on James  Michener's best-selling novel.  Unless SUPERMAN Mds over, Next Week's Programme will be as  follows: for confirmatloi. or changes to programme and tiniest  pledie call ahead. ���'" ~--v~���--���~~- ,- -���.-���������  ANTHONYQUNN-- PWFERC/NE1U..- M1CHA&SARRAZIN  BEHROOZVOSOUGHI .."CARAVANS" (Si.-CHRISTOPHER lee  WOT SU1IVAN ��� IEREMY KEMP *. IOSEPH COTTEN . i. .-.,_.  TiifOTo'p!i5rl,tur)Tffii1raS'SunT��7dirc-inTl.3r.v,|-Uul.u-and-| Unit tmiilil ;-   THE SILENT PARTNER  SUfl, April 22 R��_trlct>d: Som��' gory vloUnc* * nudity.  Mon, April 23    I ���r   ,   M  . "  m      -���---.'_.��      I Coming Next  Ties, Apr. 24 thewh  woman  that seemed to be dying slowly trot surely  even though, in its center, some 15 families  still exist. , ;' -  "It was one of the best locations we  wins  Iterate  rf   full of beef  represented a 'lost city,' and this fitted our   Qentre's second anniversary draw was   ���  needs." Vickie Wright of Gibsons. ���   Tufip  INSTANT COFFEE  $4  i '   BJ-WBK-JjWuHtjt.  Faaftly fticft  The Garden Corner  Blessed are we for gardens  By Guy Symonds  Growing a vegetable garden is hard  work. For some people that is not too attractive a feature of the operation. For  others, on the contrary, the physical effort  is enjoyable therapy. But which ever attitude goes .with it there is certainly reason  to get the most out of the labour that must'  be put into it.  This is where planned planting comes  in and there are two important headings  under which this must be considered.  The first is succession cropping. That is  the following up of, the?" early maturing  vegetables, those that germinate in the  cooler temperatures like radishes, lettuce  and spinach, with those that like the  warmer soil like late potatoes, late cabbage and of course bush beans. The early  peas and broad beans may be followed by  late beans, cauliflower and brussels  sprouts.  .Companion cropping, meaning the  growing of two crops on the same land at  the same time is the other great space  saver, thereby making the most use of the  labour spent on it. For instance, the small  globe-shaped radish, leaf lettuce and!  spinach, all of which must be made to  grow and mature quickly to be at their  best, may be grown between rows of  carrots, beets and parsnips. Tomatoes and  sweet corn are sometimes planted between rows of early peas and early potatoes  and become well established by the time  those crops have matured.  The horticulture division of the  Ministry of Agriculture has issued a  pamphlet which sets out in some detail the  follow-up system of planting. In it he  follows early potatoes with cauliflower  and sprouts while the radish plantings are  followed by head lettuce, he puts swede  turnips to replace early jteas and late  beets to the spinach planted and harvested  earlier. His early lettuce is succeeded by  main crop peas and the broad beans,  planted early to avoid aphids by the main  crop carrots. He makes no mention in this  table of planting of broccoli which appears  to find much favour on the coast, and does  quite well in coast gardens. This year this  gardener is going to plant some purple  sprouting as well as the green which has  been used exclusively.  The challenge lies In growing some of  these green crops for use in the late  summer and early autumn, otherwise  there Is an embarrassment of riches  during the earlier summer, weeks when  everything seems to come to maturity at  the same time.  So the plan will be to sow the broccoli  seed outside about the middle of next  mortth and transplant It to the permanent  spot around tho first port of July. By that  time there should bo a fair amount of room  with tho broad beans and the early peas,  more or less out of the way. But if the  summer is a dry one, there will bo the  problem of Irrigation unless, as Is the  gnrdenor's happy lot, there ls a private  water supply. --��� .      ._.���_._=.^_-  -.  Already there is a failure to report. A  package deal on sale involved tomato  seeds and geranium seeds. These were to  be planted in little discs of compressed .  peat supplied, watered and set in a window  or some light source. Detailed instructions  told the grower how easy this was and that  good-Strong plants would- grow if the  directions were followed: This was done:  with meticulous care and the result is  about three tomato plants and the same  number of geraniums out of thirty or forty  seeds. Another member of the family, and  always pretty good with raising house  plants Indoors, had a similar experience.  So something went wrong and the  people who supplied the material are  going to gfet a letter asking for an opinion  what it was. If there are others who have  similar experience, they also should send  letters and, if on the other hand there are  some who have had a good experience, this  column will be glad to give it full airing.  The use of the "strip" planting method  seems to be headed for success again this  year, with the plants breaking ground in  about five days. During the week there  was some nice warm sun to encourage  them.  With most of the heavy work done and  the ground still too cold for general sowing  and planting, there Is a pause In the  gardener's work in the vegetable area, but  it will not last long. Long enough, however,  to do some planning along the lines  suggested if the amount of space is limited  ��� or if the objective is to get as much  value as possible out of the ground  available.  Everything encourages the growing of  vegetables for the use of the home and  family. The food is better and less expensive. That storehouse of riches the  land, continually being raided by the  seekers of quick profits, must have  protection. This must come from personal  involvement and the realization of Its  Irreplaceable value developed by Intimate  experience with the processes of Nature.  Building and care of a vegetable  garden offers challenge, health and the  enormous satisfaction of achievement,  however modest.  How blessed are those of us who have  this laid at our feet for the taking.  MURRAY  NURSERIES LTD.  Largest, selection of Nursery  Stock on the Sunshine Coastl  Specializing In:  WH_w\0^mOj^M^0m wej_p^^_ns>B  Too 1st? Too  thin? Too tlrod?  Too often? Do  something for  Homobody...  Your bodyl  Fltnsislsfun  Trysttme,  \monlM,  pwficipamm  S-W-Mfl  i  e fcVsbnGlf EENS  ���ROSES  ���FRUIT TREES  ���RHODODENDRONS  We also offer a complete land*  scape    design    A    contracting  'service. ������������������������--  Open for your Inspection;  12-  6;?0 pm THURSDAYS.ONLY.  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