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Array /  ���������  .�� \  __~_^  ^. ^_^_^i_^^<EpcpM.3f^^  .".      ... ���" L_j __.������'_.__  .____��_!___._ Ji.  ._? _!  2nd Class Mail  Registration No. 1142  Serving the Sunshine Codst  (Howe Solund to Jervis Intel), including Port MellorvHopkins landing-Granthams LandingrGibsor,   Rooerts Creek  Wilson Creek  Selmo PorkJ Sechelt Halfmocm Bav   Secret Cove, Pender _rb    Madeira Pork_GardenJ3ay,_ Irvine s londihg   Earl* Coye   Egmon  Union <e2Sw��4i.   Label  ,   ^u&_��  36 Pages ��� 20c Copy  LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 17 ��� No.712  mm.  feg1*   Wednesday, February 28,1979*  with a Golden Anniversary Edition  Pioneers  wanted  In connection with the Fiftieth Anniversary/the Municipal. Council of  Gibsons^are attempting to compile a list of ?  those residents who were born and-or r  living in Gibsons on or before March 4, ;;  1929 and who are currently residing ih the '  area as of this date.        . ��� _''  \  _J^M_-_\^^^__m^^^^^~^  dividuals whose names should appear on  this list please phone the Municipal Hall at  886-2274. 'I  670 want North  Rd. sidewalk  Approximately 670 names have been  collected on a petition to have a sidewalk  or pathway built on North Road.,  Mrs.* Karen Founder"told:Gibsons  council last Tuesday it was* Idiculipusto  walk on parts of the road," especially wtth  ferry traffic and logging and gravel trucks  travelling along the road at a "fair clip."  She said she ha^TiecdnHTcdncenied"  over 4he_lack_of- a-safe���walkway for  pedestrians even before her son was hurt    share this year and whether the road  on the road last year.        *  ^ r if., remains a priority in the' municipality's  Aid. Jack Marshall said North Road is *? final budget,  scheduled for upgrading this year and with \  "whatever monies there'are we wig. do'  what we can."   - r f       **\.''   *      )  The. .cost of up-grading thevroad has '  been estimated at $95,000 to $100,000 -and  ,has been included in .the 1979. provisional,,  budget.   ���  Since North Road is considered a  secondary highway, the cost of upgrading  is shared on a 50-50 basis with the  whether the government can afford its  provincial government.  The upgrading of the road depends on  Mrs. Founder said the petition had  been, forwarded to, NDP MLA Don  Lockstead who said he would present it to  the Ministry of Highways for action.  /Lockstead told the Times Thiirsday he  4jaa received the petition andJias already  requested information in writing from the,  municipality and highways department at  the local level.  After receiving the information, he will  Bearded like the pard  or suffer "punishment"  meet with senior officials of the ministry,  he said.  .Everyrmale "whether he resides, visits  or just ^passes through the Village of  Gibsons'' won't escape' the eyes" of the  judges.  And if he is found guilty, he is faced  with a mild to stiff fine (donation), time in  _icrstocks"tiittprisonment) or hard labor  on the Sea Cavalcade.  The crime? Asinjpoth face. The time?  Wally Venechuck asked permission of  Gibsons, council last.Tuesday to read the.  "tongu&m-ofieek" proclamation on  Giteons birthday.  Hopefully, he said, the contest "won't  offend anyone." >  Gibsons, Sechelt may give  birth to Newfie twins  -Aprilto Augusty  The Gibsons Sea Cavalcade will read  its own proclamation on Gibsons' fiftieth  birthday, March 4, declaring April to  August "the first and possibly last Annual  Beard Growing Contest,"  The proclamation says those who  refuse to get into the spirit of things, including   those   who'   cannot   grow   a  presentable beard, will be able to buy  special buttons. All holders of these buttons will be immune to prosecution.  At a later date, prizes in various  categories will be announced.  THE STORY behind these pictures ls  the story behind the dedication of the  Pender Harbour Fire Dept. and  Ambulance. The ribbon-cutting was  scheduled for Saturday at 2 p.m., but  whUethe pubUc wasthronging to see  the impressive new facility that was  due to open, the ambulance and fire  truck were called to the accident  shown centre. No serious injuries  were reported but ambulance administrator Flora Sim was left  holding the ribbon while the likes of  firemen Ted Guthrie, shown returning, from the scene, went to do their  Job. Duties came first, formalities  later.  Expecting only a letter in reply to a  request for information concerning  Canada Week, both the villages of Sechelt  and Gibsons were surprised last Tuesday  with a visit from a representative from the  Council for Canadian Unity.  Canada Week program officer Sigrid..  Somerton explained the concept of Canada  Week and offered ideas  of ways to  celebrate Canada's birthday during the  week of June 25 to July 1.  Speaking to Sechelt mayor' Harold  Nelson and village clerk Tom Wood in the  afternoon and Gibsons council in the  evening, Somerton said the celebration  could be as simple as the reading of the  Canada Week proclamation and a flag-  raising ceremony.  On the other hand, "the sky's the  limit," she said, "the more people that are  involved, the better Canada Week is."^  The idea is to get the people of the  community involved: the senior citizens,  \ businessmen,   community   associations,  etc., she said.  Any form of celebration has "a way of  reflecting the spirit and Identity of the  community."  Somerton  recommended  a   Canada  Week  committee  be formed  to  plan  events. The chairman does not have to be a  -council member. ���*������*���<������ -������ ��� "������'* ���-;��������� ������  Grants are available to fund events,  Somerton said, although there is not a  large amount of money available. The  Over V_ million trees to be  in Sechelt district  grants are on a f Irst-come-first serve basis  and the only requirement is that the  community matches the amount of the'  grant. The grant can be matched hi the  form of goods and services.  Canadiana (souvenirs) is also available,  and these can be sold through retail  outlets, she said. The council for Canadian  Unity will supply, free of charge, posters  to publicize events.  Both Sechelt and Gibsons expressed an  interest in "twinning." Since Canada  Week is a country-wide celebration, each  province is twinned with another.  B.C. is twinned with Newfoundland and  during Canada Week, "there is a heck of a  lot of salmon and lobster flying back and  forth," Somerton said.  Sechelt and Gibsons would be twinned  with Newfoundland communities of  similar size. There is usually an exchange  of gifts and sometimes the mayors visit  each other's communities, not necessarily  during Canada Week.  If a community has' a particular event  it wants publicized, CUC can arrange for  television coverage.  Last year, more than 1,000 communities across Canada participated in  Canada Week celebrations helped by the  CUC which is a non-partisan organization  made up of 23,000 volunteers.  The objective of the organization la to  foster understanding among Canadiana. It.  sponsors various projects including  student exchanges.  Tenders havo been called with a March  8 deadline for three planting contracts In  Ranger District 7, Sechelt, totalling 644,000  trees.  Tho 37,000-troo contract at Tzoonlo  River closes tenders March l.    .......  Biggest of the contracts is for the  Chapman Creek area with 220,000 trees to  go in. Second largest is McNab-Box  Canyon Creek with 139,000 trees and the  uolrd contract for a5,000 trees Is In tho  Mlseryi,Cxeei|k,.lpqaJlty? ,  .. ,:,���   Viewing of the planting site prior to  submitting a contract Is not mandatory.  Meanwhile, the stage has been set for  tho greatest reforestation program ever  conducted by the ministry of forests with  100 million seedlings being readied for  planting in B,C. next year,  Forests minister Tom Watorlond said  tho program got underway last spring  when the 100 million seeds were sown in  forest service nurseries, It was 20 million  more than the previous year. Of the total,  well over 60 per cent of the production is in  interior spruce. The entire atepped-up  usual f . ^ng J-��^  duatry.  The extra demand, Waterland explained, taxed existing nursery facilities  to the limit, Most of the additional 20  million seedlings are being grown in tho  nurseries as bare root stock. Tho young  trees will be kept in the nursery for two  years, meaning the planting of the 100  million will not take place until 1080,  Because of increasing requirements for *  seedlings and the demand for growing  them in containers the ministry has now  approved the construction of additional  greenhouses which will produce an ad-  rtltlttrml f.vr nUHfrn nedllnga nnrmally  The mlnbtcrnrtcd that tho production  of soedllngs in a 10-year period has risen  from 34 million in 1070 to an expected 100  million in 1980. He sees no letup In the  growing demand.  AT THE HELM of B.C. for 20 years,  former premier W.A.C. Bennett died  hi his sleep early flaturday at age 7d.  He to ^ahown to  Mackenzie MLA Isabel Dawson and  Powell River Queen at the wheel of  new ferry MQueen pt Powell River"  when It was commissoned at Saltery  Bay August 25,1985. He was defeated  iirlhe^lVI-filacttfm-l^lto NDP  government but had his proudest  moment when son Bill Bennett won  the premiership in 1975.  *  1 PageA-2  The Peninsula Times  This is the "leak" that was  It was the right man at the right  number but it was also the wrong man  at the wrong number..  You see, if the Times had called  area A Dir. Joe Harrison at his  number instead of area B Dir. Ed  Nicholson  at   his  number,   this  contents of the.report from Howie  White of the Ratepayers group. He  suggested getting the report from a  member of the board. We tried and  this is how we found out from Dir.  Nicholson that it was "confidential".  A further irony is that, ahd Dir.  newspaper-could-have rarried_ihe^^icho_son-jrill-remeinber our ______  "leaked" report from B.C. Hydro versation, the Times wanted the  outlining-another proposed-route-for -report because it had avisual'-impaet-  the Cheekye-Dunsmuir transmission in the form of drawings as to where  linejthat.rMs���e.yea,dpserJo Pender   the new proposed route, for the Jine  would go and how it would appear to  residents of the Pender Harbour area.  It was, we said, what we would like to  publish because, in the time-worn  phrase," "a picture is worth a  thousand words".  Our intentions were good. But luck  Harbour. 7-  Nicholson informed us that he has  promised Hydro the report would be  treated as confidential among  members of the board.- The;reason  given was that.Hydro intended to  revise  the  report  subsequent  to  meeting with the SCRD board and   wasn't with us. We phoned the wrong  would make their revised report   man at the wrong number.  public-  We accepted that. Thoughts of  course went through the mind of using  deyjous means to. get the report  anyway and make it public. We didn't  We respect Dir. Harrison for  admitting his impropriety publicly at  the Thursday board mmeting. He said  he was taking full responsibility for  breaking the  board's  promise to  want to go as far as director-napping   Hydro that the report was for board  or breaking Into places where the  report could be found. We'll leave that  for the movies. But we tried to think  of ways tq get it. To maintain the trust  between this newspaper and the  regional board, however, we decided  to respect the confidentiality of the  report.  members only and would not be made  public. And, as a matter of opinion,  we think Hydro has too many secrets  already.  But durn that ol' phone call to the  wrong guy.  In   future,   we'll   be   like   the  garageman before the tubeless tire  But we phoned the wrong guy. Dir. came along ��� we'll be going to the  Harrison  gave  it  to  the  Pender water trough and holding that inner  Harbour Ratepayers group who gave tube under and checking it all the way  it to another newspaper. The irony is around very carefully to see if there's  that the Times first heard about the not a leak to be found somewhere.  A fine line  Black ice  a hazard  Editor, The-Timea:-  V  Who are the real heroes?  ���by Bruce Robinson  This is a copy of the letter I have sent to  Alex Fraser Minister of Highways.  -DearSir, ��� .������- =   On February 19, two people who are  very close to my family and I almost lost  their lives. Their truck plunged into Trout  Lake on Highway 101, after swerving to  avoid a car that was out of control, due to  the black ice on the highway.  This is not the first time there has been  a near disaster on this stretch of highway.  The black ice condition occurs regularly  and people who are not familiar with the  highway have no forewarning.  I am appealing to your department to  post   proper   signs   warning   of   the  dangerous ice conditions and to maintain  regular salting through the winter months.    -tdisgustedtaxpayer-  ._ -  _Dor_eenRichardson.__  Thanks to Ken Clarkson for his prompt  and efficient towing service and Bret  -Lemke^orhisrkma^ssistanc^T1-1���^���:  Tod  . Who are our heroes? Who in bur.eyes is  heroic and why do we think so? The^an-  swers to these questions may tell us all  some things about ourselves which we  never before considered. We admire  certain people and hold them in esteem,  presumably because of the manner in  which they conduct thfemselves; In other  words, we would be proud toemulate  them. But wait a minute. What do we  really know about these demi-gods? How-  can we accept them as being so laudable  without any valid means of scrutinizing  their behaviour?  Our exposure to heroes of national and  international renown comes almost exclusively through the media. We are  fortunate If, from the square box we all  surround at night, we can even glean a  glimpse of the substance beneath the  surface of so-called heroic personnages.  More often, we see an image which is  calculated and projected to produce  specific reactions from the audience. It  may not be expedient, for instance, for a  movie star to discuss her fight with,  alcoholism if the image she and her public  relations people are striving to create is a  wholesome and innocent one. Perhaps this  is a superficial example," but the point  remains that the media often paint a  rather oblique picture of our heroes. Sure,  sometimes we sense integrity in an individual, but we have little or no opportunity to see them exercise it.  Let me give you another example of  what I am talking about. One of my heroes  was Babe Ruth. True, he died before my  time, but I followed sports from the second  grade on and read every available book on  sports and sports heroes and digested  many articles and stories written about  "Tho Sultan of Swat." Every pose he  struck was majestic, every photograph  and film captured what appeared to be a  great and humble man. His farewell  speech at Yankee StafflumT^pres^^  after ho hod contracted cancer, brought a  .stream of tears to my eyes when I  watched the film on those proceedings,  And then books and films in the Sixties  began to expose the sappy, athletic  Idealism pervading the previous naif-  century. Consequently, another per-  The PENiNsuLA^Weiv  Published Wcdnc. lays at Sechelt  on B.C.'s Sunshine Coast  by  'I he Peninsula Times  IprWcirtpres,J_ibJI.AUon..U.,,....,  at S. elicit, B.C,  Box 310 ��� Sechelt, B.C.  VON MO  Phone H85-.2.N  ��������������� .->���.-  O .'.��IwurtiHj_0A.ror.  loSp.ji .,Tues."Sut..,_.  Suhserii .ion Kales; (in advance)  Local, $7 per year. Beyond .15 miles, $.  U.S.A., $10, Overseas $117  ���________H^M----M___-___--__-_--i  spective of "The Babe" began to eme'rge.  Leonard Schecter wrote a book called  Babe Ruth And The American Dream  which presented this mammoth figure as a  man of both insatiable and revolting appetites. Not accepting Schecter as the sole  authority on the subject, I did a little  -digging into the life~ofBabeRuth. I read\a-  serles of interviews with his old teammates from the Yankees, and almost to a  man they hated him. Instead of being  endowed with great compassion as he  purportedly was, Ruth was merely a  grossly self-indulgent man. Although he  was unquestionably one of the greatest  athletes of our time, I could no longer  revere him as I once had.  Not all our heroes are world renowned.  There are also local heroes, many of whom  are able, to capitalize on their reputation,  especially in a smaller community,  receiving preferential treatment because  of the feats which they have performed.  Often in small towns, such as Gibsons and ;  Sechelt, these feats are the main topic of  ... conversation. Obviously less happens here  "than in the turmoil of the city, but also  people are generally acquainted with the  more popular, local figures, and this  familiarity makes the conversation all  that more topical. And not infrequently,  people like to mention just how close they  really are to ...  Along the coast our heroes are athletes,  loggers, pool sharks, fighters, lady-killers  and the like. Our heroes are mostly male,  even though there are some extraordinary  women on this coast, (several of whom  , will be featured in a later column). The  key to our worship seems to stem from our  appreciation of epic accomplishments,  Beating up five bikers provides two to  three months of free beers. Taking out six  women on the weekend yields a week of  back-slapping, knowing chuckles, and free  doubles on the boys. Stories of fallers are  embellished until the loggers take on tho  magnitude of Paul Bunyan.  But what the hell are all our heroes  really like? What kind of human beings  are they? How do they interact with their  fellow humans? Do they kick their dog in  the head if it wags its tail too vigorously?  Or do they give unendingly of themselves;  do they love, do they govern their lives by  heart atitfmlhWWM^  this: Maybe the only genuine heroes we  can have are those wo know as people.  If the. value of heroes lies in their inspiration to others, then it is important  that these heroes show as full a perspective of themselves as possible, Then  people can begin to admire qualities which  are truly heroic. Talent or ac-  compilflhmenti should not by themselves  dictate tho amount of reverence to bo  bestowed upon an individual. Those who  deserve our tribute are the ones who  despite their field, age or political per-  suasion, and who. regardhwi of mountains  climbed or touchdowns scored, are people  first, people who are concerned with the  quality of both their life and tho life of  those around them. Those are the real  heroes.  By JACK MACLEOD .;  The rose is probably the best known  and best loved of all flowers. Of the many  kinds of roses, the hybrid teas are the most  widely used by home gardeners because of  their variety of brilliant colours, for their  symmetrical shape, and in some cases for_  a pleasant fragrance.  We have all occasionally seen a wild  rose. It is of pale colouring, has a single  row of petals around a yellow centre, and  certainly does not earn a great deal of  enthusiasm or praise. Yet that wild rose is  tiie far removed ancestor of our modern  hybrid teas and other varieties.  The dramatic change in the original  wild rose has been done through a process  known as hybridizing or plant breeding, It  is simply a natural phenomenon when the  pollen from one plant is placed on the pistil  of another one and a new variety more or  less is created. But when hybridisation is  left to the birds and the bees and the wind,  results are not predictable. Man, through  deliberate and selective process has more  control of the outcome.  eve lop a rose?  new plant varieties, and the results are  shown in the production of new varieties of  apples, oats, wheat, grasses etc. etc. ahd  have added much to human enjoyment.  The big red rosy apple on your table did  not grow by letting the tree do just what  comes naturally. -  "Two of the members of the Sechelt  Garden Club, Bill Cormack and Tam  Johnson, gave talks and slide presentations on hybridizations at the February  meeting. Bill spent some years in Kenya,  working with the people there in setting up  crops such as wheat, and developing a  programme to control plant diseases. His  hobby is Working with miniature gladiolus,  as they are particularly useful In making  floral'arrangements.  READER'S RIGHT  \    "-."?��� .St?'  Through the. hybridization .process he  has developed a new variety of immature  gladiolus known as 'Puck', which may be  purchased across North America today.  Tam Johnson was recently a lecturer in  Economics in Loyola University, Quebec,  and is now retired and enjoying life and  "gardening in the Gibsons area. One rose,  the 'Hiawatha', which is grown locally has  attracted his attention. This rose is of the  single variety and Tam is experimenting  with it in order to double its chromosomes.  The result will be a bigger plant, more  petals and more blooms.  The Sechelt Garden Club extends best  wishes to all gardeners on the Peninsula,  for a7 rewarding 1979. New members  always welcome.  Dangerous tools to Mexico  This process of plant breeding has been  of excuting Interest to man from early  ages. The best known plant breeder of  modern times was the late Luther Bur-  bank of the U.S.A., but the Chinese have  grown' cultivated roses for countless  centuries, and in Egyptian tombs dried  bouquets of hybridized flowers have been  found.  One of man's inherent abilities and  desires is to create something new, and  this is shown in many different endeavours. In the field of gardening many  persons engage themselves in creating  Hon, Alastair Gillespie,        Minister of Energy, Mines and Resources,  Parliament Buildings, ���  Ottawa, Ontario      -   ,  Sir:1  I heard with distress on CBC radio the  news that "within weeks" Canada will  finalize a multi-million dollar deal with  Mexico '.'. ���. to receive crudo oil from  Mexico in return for atomic reactors from  Canada.  It is a shock to think that our trusted  government feels it must so prostitute its  trade with Mexico by sending atomic  reactors. There Is no excuse for such  bargainings. It is more than distressing to  feel that our country would stoop so low as  A Vancouver guide  By Robert Kirsch  4  i  Vancouver's most exciting restaurant  dynasty grew from a ono room Pizza  pajjour on West Broadway, In six short  years ORESTES has changed the concept  of eating but in Vancouvor. Sprawling  courtyards, lush tropical plants, loose  , cushioned benches and unprosumptlous  dining has set tho mood for many to  follow I Tho casual way of early  ORESTES, when tho cash register was an  open shoe box and tho waiters danced and  drank freely with the customers ��� left a  party spirit still to befound today in all  their restuaranta. PASPEROS TAVERNA  was the second in line followed by  SQUVALAKI, the TRIMBALL8 and  ORESTES, Calgary.  Now there's a new and by far 4he larger  addition - EMJLIOS' KANDANOS - on  Second Avenue, Onco a huge tumball and  gale warehouse, the Wooden beam shell  has  been  turned   into  a   spacious  I  Mediterranean villa, with pools of live fish  and countless colored tiles reflecting in the  endless glass windows, Only fish with  fresh vegetables and salad ire on the  menu and you may pick your own dinner  out of tho many pools of fresh lobster and  crab, Most of the lower floor with it's view  of tho open kitchen, is used for light snacks  and wine, with a section whoro Japanese  chefs prepare traditional raw fish and  bean cake dishes,  Tho restaurant ls ringed with balconies  that afford a beautiful view of Vancouver  and the mountains, This area la for more  extensive dining. Your food Is served on  largo, platters for you to help yourself,  This, plus tho spacious decor and  freshness otthrtood ^i^nKl��ce^*Bnique  experience, They've done It again, a  superb addition to a long list of successful  restaurants. I just wonder whore they're  going from here?! I heard a rumour that  this is the last, but don't count on it.  to send such dangerous tools in the flame  of necessary exports.  Mexico is one country that most certainly does not require a substitute for fuel  . . . since she is sitting on one of the  greatest supplies of oil in the world.  Therefore we may assume that Canada's  government is piling one selfishness upon  another . . . using dishonesty unethical  tactics to raise our dollar value.  What price is our dollar when our name  and character is equated with selling  equipment dangerous to humanity and to  our world home in return for monetory  advantages?  Though I love the Mexican people and  feel a close bond with that country through  the friendship of the hundreds that we met  during an eight-month sojourn in Mexico, I  was happy to return to our Canadian cities  whore one could leave one's car  unguarded and come back to find it whole.  . I felt at ease with our own country's  honesty, justice and dependability.  But hero la a tremendous instance of  disease in tho very top of our country, in  our government, in its irresponsible,  dangerous and yes, dishonest use of our  resources.  Canada has better ways of raising the  value of her dollar ~ by honest hard work  and output for one thing and less emphasis  on forever getting. Though some of our  resources ��� paper, lumber, farm  equipment, for example' ��� havo less  melodramatic appeal, they could be more  dependable exports to a country experiencing a great commercial boom,  I think it is a tremendous pity that  Canada is becoming famous for expertise  in manufacturing such dangerous and-  unwarranted equipment, and for making  opportunities to export it. We demand ot  our loaders an ethical and moral stand on  issues so involving human safety and  international respect. Mr, Gillespie, we  shall be watching the news reports with  great interest for correction of this  irresponsible move on tho part of our  government.  Signed, Joan C, Warn  Dental,  optical care  needed  Don Lockstead, MLA,  Mackenzie Electoral District,  Province of British Columbia,  Parliament Buildings,  Victoria, B.C.  Dear Sir:  Further to our conversation in Sechelt  recently, we would like to present to you  the following points concerning senior  citizens:  (a) Regarding dental and optical care.  My wife, as well as several other pensioners m our small circle of acquain-  tenances, is really in need of the services  of a dentist (or dental mechanic) to obtain  a new set of dentures. An estimate has  been made and a conservative figure  given (from a dental mechanic) of $300.1  shudder to think of what it would be from a  dentist. Also the same holds true when we  have tohave new glasses. The Medical  Plan will pay for the examination, but the  frames must be paid for.  Now I am sure you will realize that this  amount of money is very hard for us to pay  out on our pension, as it takes so much just  to live and pay our bills in these days of  such prices. We do have a very small  amount of savings, but like to keep this  little bit of .money against any unforeseen  emergency. , sg^,  ?" ��� _ri the"pro^i_^"6t^erta both of these  hecessitie&for the pensioners are paid for  in full by their medical plan. Could not  something be done for our pensioners? My  wife has worn Her dentures for 35 years, so  I think you will agree it is a necessary  expense, and not an unnecessary "frill".  The^youngeri)eople-Vf4io^re-wor4ang-are  able to take out extended benefits on the  Medical Plans to partially cover these  items. Why not do something for us, who  have such a small income?  (b) I would also like to bring to your  attention again the unfairness of the  government when it comes to renewing  one's driving licence after the age of 70  years. It is necessary for us, by law of the  Superintendent of Motor Vehicles, to have *  a medical examination by a practicing  doctor and have a form filled out to thai  effect,before we can '6MaM our driver's  licence. This is charged to us personally ���  not covered by the Medical Plan, which is  another $15 out of our pension. Surely if the  law says we must have this examination,  they should make an allowance to pay for  it. In this area, where there is no adequate  public transportation, one must drive a  car, if only to get to the village to buy our  food and pay our bills.  We trust you will give this your usual  good attention.  Your sincerely,  (2 pensioners)  Keith Comyn  Arena head  quits-maybe  junk it  Editor, The Times;   ,  In light of repeated recommendations  by Sechelt council members and Regional  directors that now blood is required in tho  Arena Association. I feel obligated to  make room for Uiat new blood as its  President.  I believed In the facility. I thought it  was an asset to the whole peninsula. Tho  way the Arena has been attacked, Ignored,  maligned; for whatever political, personal, parochial, petty reasons, it appears,  on the surface at least, that tho Arena is a  monumental DEFICIT to tho community  and should bo dismantled and sold for  scrap, I hopo for tho soke of over 200  debenture buyers that this supposition is  wrong,  Along with my resignation, I would llko  to donate my debenture to the lessor of the  arena, the Village of Sechelt, because I do  not want to jeopardize tho future of tho  arena any further by tho fact that I invested my PRIVATE funds to holp get it  -buUtr-:��� ��� - 1��� - ���  . I thank the Board of Directors of tho  Arena Association for their patience nnd  assistance. '  Sincerely,  Brian Loewen. ^._"..'  ������     "\  '���������������-^  Wednesday, February 28,1979  The Peninsula Times  Page��r3  'tj&,'Hii_^__'<!ii4_&^^  There will be a film shown at the  Pender Harbour Medical Clinic March 6 at  2:30 p.m. The topic will be Arthritis.  This is an introduction for anyone afflicted with Arthritis who would like to  -register-with -the-Medical-Clinic-and-be���  -referred-by-Dr,- Estey~to~the-travelling���  therapist, visiting the, Pender Harbour  -  area on March 22 and 23 with the Occupational Service van.  Anyone needing transportation for  March 6 or 22 should get in touch with the  Pender Harbour Medical Clinic and leave  your name and phone numbers.  Christian Science  "When the Master gave us the Lok___|  prayer, he did not say, 'Pray these words'.  He said 'After this manner therefore pray  ye'^and then h'e gave-usihoseinatchles  _SJ_U53a_fSS_ii^ -^^ *-*��� ���--'  confidence in God, appreciation for God,  ItfustinGod.iLwe maintain this quality7df7  *       %S       if  i <>  Crystalaire  "Eight"  8 ft. long by 6' 6"  wide-polyethylene  cover   thinking, we are praying whether we use  words or not. This is the attitude that IS  prayer.' " (From an address at Principia  College by E.B. Skarie who is a Christian  Science Practitioner.)  Sechelt Girl Guide Autumn Glessing,   are hopeful she'll get the highest  44,-fry-Mrs.^aiy-Joh^ year's  Guider, at Thiiucing Day mother an_~endr      ~~  -    ��� r  Smoking still problem No. 1  Is your lifestyle leading to heart attack? Your Heart Foundation can tell you  how to change it to. reduce your risk of  heart attack and stroke. Help your Heart  "Fund help "YOUR heartr : ~  FOR ALL YOUR  WATKINS  PRODUCTS  CALL 885-2550  It can be done in five days���if you want  to quit.  Some years ago the non-smokers  were hardly considered by the smokers for  the simple-reason that-they were-in-a  minority. But times are changing.  More adults have become non-smokers  because they no longer can overlook the  naked facts about what smoking does to  their health, their families and their environment.  Take five days to quite might be what  you need and want?  In 1% hours a day from Monday to  Friday Pastor Cliff Drieberg from the  Seventh Day Adventist Church will inform  the smokers about which factors are of  importance to give up the habit. The  program is a mixture of practical advice,  rational mental attitudes and mutual help  Does your monthly heat  bill leave you cold?  combined with some films on health.  Those who participated in this program  previously but failed to accomplish their  goal are welcome back.  ���The-five day -plan���takes place in  Roberts Creek Elementary School  Library, March 5-9, Monday to Friday, 7-  9:30 p.m.. _  The fee is $10 which is used to pay for  films and materials. ,  FRENCH WORKSHOP  Would you like to speak French on  February 25, Sunday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.?  Klaus Peter Hauke has planned a day  for those who want to refresh and improve  their talent for French Conversation. A  social potluck lunch will be part of the  arrangement and it will no doubt be a day  full of fun and a new knowledge.  Please preregister with the Centre for  Continuing Education, 885-3512,9 a.m. - 4  p.m.  Pearl Mist  "Eight"  8 ft. Jong by  8 ft. Wide-  Rberglass/Acrylk  panels.  irt��|M|j*  POSH PLANT FOOD  10-6-4 or 6-8-6-.  If opening your heat bill gives you the chills, maybe it's  time to investigate another way of heating.  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EvM-itt-MM  \  Pender Harbour Nibbles...      ���'.       *< ': ^Wl^^^,  __^.''''-__?  New owners, new Ideas pC  By Queen Rat 883-2308  m-  The new owners of Garden'Bay Hotel  are Howard and Mary Scanlan, Ken and  Ellen* Simpson from Vancouver, fhey  have   taken   many   things   into   con  sideration, planning- renovations indoors;  and out. Chef Mike Scanlan will be coming  up from the Lower Mainland to run the  ~ dining room which wilrbe open 12 months  a year, starting approximately, April 1st.  Top quality foods, good, clean working  facilities and high standards. Resident.  owners will be Ken and Ellen. They would .  like to have entertainment if there are  enough local people available. A piano is  being brought in for those who like.to  tinkle the ivories, dart and shuffleboard  leagues are on the agenda and also hor-  secollar (51) every Saturday afternoon.  Moorage���reasonable rates ahd charters  can be arranged at the" bar.  PENDER HARBOUR  SECONDARY SCHOOL  Those students on the Honour Roll end  of Semester I are:  Grade 12: First Class ��� Lehevinne  Talento; Second Class ��� Doug Lloyd,  Karen Morrison, Jackie Scott.  Grade 11: First Class ��� Tracey  Houghtaling; Second Class ��� Alec  Muncaster.  Grade 10: First Class���Lisa Garrison;  Second Class ��� Ginger Clarkson, Robin  Prest.  Grade 9: Second Class ��� Bruce Hermon, Wendy Lee, Danny Reid.  Grade 8: Second Class ��� Samantha  Adamson, Mindy Peters.  PENDER HARBOUR SECONDARY  SCHOOL LIBRARY  The Library, under the direction of Mr.  Peck, is open every day during the week  and the public is to feel free to use it ���  there are lots of reference books and  fiction as well. One of the reasons the  Library is such a success is the willing  support of regular volunteers from the  community. This group includes:  Regulars: Jean Prest, Kay Langsford,  Ann Antilla, Iris Griffith, Joyce Clay.  Occasional: Carol Smail, Ruby JLargqn, v  Wflrna Thompson, Cory Penson.' Mrs/'  Sctiroeder and "Scotty" Mclntyre.   ," ���'  Co-ordinator ��� Carol Reid.  PENDER HARBOUR SENIOR  ernzENS' association, branch so  A comfortable social evening was  enjoyed at the February meeting of  Pender Harbour Senior���Citizens  Associaton, Branch 80. The business  session chaired by Jack Heidema, included the following:  Mrs. Evelyn Olson, provincial  president, reported that the annual brief of  the combined senior citizens'  organizations was presented to the  provincial cabinet on February 1st. The  brief stressed the urgent need for personal  and intermediate care for the elderly and  nursing homes to serve them in small  communities. Other recommendations  concerned daycare services, chiropractic  X-rays, optical and dental care and a  special effort towards'more low-cost  housing for seniors. The delegation, Mrs.  Olson stated, was well received by the  cabinet and sufficient time given to.  discuss and comment upon the resolutions.  "B" Settlement Plan meeting held at the  Welcome Beach Hall, Sunday at 2 p.m.  February 18.  Ed Nicholson, Director for Area "B"  diaired the meeting as the settlement plan.  committee presented the first draft for  community approval.  Committee members present were:  Chairman Larry Reardon, secretary Judy  Malnarick, Bob Forrester, Art McPhee,  Ralph Mahar, Donald Macdonald, Keith  Wallace, Pixie Daly, Rob MacGregor,  Clarence French, alternates, Mary  Tinkley, George Murray, Planners Bill  The Executive of the Welcome Beach  Community Association express regrets  and an apology to Thea Leuchte for  omitting mention of the film nights in the  News Letter they sent out recently ���  particularly as she works so hard in  arranging the programs.  Film nights are held regularly through  the winter months on the fourth Thursday  of each month.  GUESTS  Grace Rutherford has had her sister  and brother-in-law Jean and Jack Montgomery from Kemano visiting. It snowed  WALK WISE  WITH YOUR CYIS  (gjg) PwiMtrlanSaUry  _Mrs. Shirley- Vader,_representffig7tfie_:  new Pender Harbour Aquatic Society now  being formed, described plans for the  completion of the high school swimming  pool, with special attention to recreational  and therapeutic advantages for the  elderly. -.  The "Vial of Life" program, promoted  by the Ambulance Employees Union, was  described and discussed in relation to  senior citizens.  After the business meeting*the members took part in card playing and bowling.  Since a number of new players joined the  bowling group, the session was devoted to  practice play. At,cards, the trophies were  won as follows: Whist ��� Jack Heidema  and Mrs. )_Mi Smith; Cribbage r- Mrs.  Peg Riley and Ted Temple.  EGMONT NEWS  The Egmont Community Hall is going  to have another face lift! Plans are for new  plumbing, ladies and men's washrooms,  electric baseboards and a florescent light  in the main hall. They also hope they can  get the ceiling insulated for the coming  winter. This can only be done through the  support of the people.  All the events of last year will be held  again, the summer barbecue on the new  picnic grounds, rummage sales,  smorgasbords etc. March 14 there will be a  St. Patrick's Tea, 2 p.m. in the hall. There  is Volleyball weekly. The executive are ���  Pres. Ian Vaughan, vice-pres. Ron Fearn,  sec.-treas. Billy Griffith, officers are ���  Len Silvey, Iris Griffith, Jon Van Arsdale  and Jackie Laloge.  HOSPITAL NEWS  Andy Aitcheson is still in St. Mary's. He  had to have another operation on his knee  and is coming along fine now. Eddy Reid is  in Lion's Gate Hospital for surgery and  June Cashaback is in Vancouver at  Shaughnessy Hospital.  .TEO-BPS }   Rae and Doreen Lee, Peter and Jo  Benjafield have returned from Mexico.  They stayed in Mazatlan and visited Vera  and Ed Lowe. Marie and Ted Dobrindt  liaye returned from meirrelaxtagisoutii  sea cruise and there are quite a few folks  from this area still in Hawaii. Wilf Harper  is in Mexico. T.il Hamilton hasjnoved from  Garden Bay to Madeira Park.  My apologies to Gert Makrutski for  letting others see how her crocheted  carnations are made. These flowers, the  design was originally hand crafted in  Germany.  As you know I only stayed in Mexico for  a week, that's long enough to get barbecued, but some are very curious as to  know of other reasons why. There is even a  poem I received and dared to put in the  column. If it makes them happy here it is:  Queen Rat ate some badtcheese,. Because  mere was someone she could not please,  Her principles were high, She would not  bend, And so very abruptly her trip came  to an end, Say good-bye to sunny Mexico,  She had to alight, But do not despair, she  met pilots aflight, The Airport Inn will  never be the same, Queen Rat is back, and  fun is her game.  K.O. PECK-TATE.  Ltadsay_awLJim: Johnst(me.--Alt_rnate    two feet the day they left Kemano so they  Director Peggy Connor.  The committee were after reaction to  .the.planjasit-issft-far....   The majority, of items met with approval. Policies on land wished for public  use saw Coopers Green heading the list.  Preserving of watersheds is already a  concern of the Sunshine Coast Regional  District who have applied for letters  patent for this function.  The extending of water systems,  numbering of buildings, will go back for  review as well as the last item on the draft  dealing with one dwelling per .2 ha. (%  acre).  The majority voted to remove the  paragraph dealing with encouraging  private-marinas. It was not said to stop  marinas just to delete that paragraph.  It was recommended that the peninsula t  bordering on Frenchmans Creek below the  Smugglers Cove Park be included in the  marine park now owned by sixteen individuals.  A desire for water was expressed by  Secret Cove resident who now gets Ids  water from Homesite Creek. This area has  twelve homes that would like to have  regional water when available.  Norman Clark thanked the committee  for their work on the plan. Now they go  back to more meetings to proceed with the  second draft improving on the first and  attending to items not touched.  Further input by the public is  welcomed ��� just get in touch with  members of the committee.  TALENT NIGHT  Mrs. Thea Leuchte provided an excellent evening of entertainment with the  talent she produced Saturday, February  17-  Opening the show Thea introduced the  first number���Alec Ellis, leaning over the  lectern, gave several recitations in his  . grandispeaking voice.: ���.-,,.  ..  Mrs. Faye'Birkin followed with her  choir of ten young students from the Davis.  Bay School, Tricia Hercus, Kim Wigard,  Jennifer Copping, Tina Clark, Lee-  Mcintosh, LimMcQuaig, Donna Roberts,  Cindy Sergeant, Kim Simpkins, singing  "Happy Wanderer" and with equal enthusiasm "This Land is Our Land." Fpr  their first performance, as this was, they  have certainly made a good beginning.  Karen Wray accompanied by. Faye  Birkin soloed with "Country Garden" a  lovely soft voice that shows great promise.  A duet on the piano accordion by Greg  Hill followed and Paul Hansen played a  couple of numbers including "Lady in  Red".  Katherine Kelly sang without accompaniment an Irish song "The Spinning  came down to Halfmoon Bay iriTsearcfiTof1  sunshine but ran into a rainy cold spell.  Bob and Jean Scott are enjoying the  company of 3ob's sister Miss Barbara  Scott who will be here for a few.weeks  from Saskatoon. They are also expecting a  short visit this weekend with Jean's  brother H. Keil from Regina.  WHIST NIGHT  Saturday, March 3,8 p.m. is whist night  at the Welcome Beach Hall. Come out and  enjoy an evening of cards  AUXILIARY MEET  The Halfmoon Bay Auxiliary to St.  Mary's Hospital will hold their regular  monthly meeting Monday, March 5 at the  Welcome Beach Hall. Plans will be  discussed for their Appreciation Tea to be  held at the Welcome Beach Hall, St.  Patrickjs Day March 17.  Members are reminded of the Volunteers annual meeting to be held at St.  Hilda's Church Hall in Sechelt March 6,  Tuesday, at 11 a.m: for volunteers from  the six auxiliaries.  ELSIE HOLGATE  Roy Holgate passed word along that  Elsie had suffered a slight stroke which  affected her left hand. She will be in St.  Vincent's Hospital, Room 237, in Vancouver for some time. Hugh and Irene  Duff were in to see her Thursday and  found her remarkably well and her  responding to treatment amazing the  doctors.  FEBRUARY  FILM  NIGHT  AT  THE  HALL  There were seventeen people at the  Welcome Beach Hall to view the films that  came from the School District film  library's most recent arrivals.  Thea Leuchte in charge, with Art Perry  projectionist. The first showing was  Eskimos "The Fight for Life.".  The film is on the most authentic record  of the Netsilik tribe from Pelly Bay- region,  taken during their last migratory tramp.  It pictured them building igloos, the men  seal hunting and then the women chewing  the leather, the excitement as the hunters  returned home fromHthehuntrand- the  enjoyment of the family group as they ate  the interior organs.  ���������' Over all, the very obvious happinessirf-  adults and children alike was shown as  they laughed and sang, played games. Sets  one wondering if they are the same happy  people that the government have  established in a settlement built by the  government where they are kept in one  place.  Iran, was the subject of the second film  and a very interesting look at the country  before the recent upheaval.  It is a place of great contrast with the  GIVE THE KIDS  A GOOD MAN  BRUCE PUCHALSKI  for School Board Trustee, Area B  >  Bruce has lived on the Sunshine Coast for 24 years. He went to  school here. He knows the system and he knows the people.  Bruce is a log grader and a former IWA trustee. He is an active  member of the Roberts Creek Community Association and the  Roberts Creek Elementary School Parents Auxiliary. He is a pee  wee hockey coach and^a volunteer fireman.  Bruce is a strong supporter of the community school concept. He  and his wife Mary live on Lockyer Road in Roberts Creek and have  two school age children;  Bruce is capable, hardworking and enthusiastic. We know because  we've worked with him. If you want to.know more about Bruce  Puchalski, ring him up. His phone number is 885-9208 and he would  be happy to talk to you.  Please give Bruce your vote on Saturday, March 3. He's a good man  for the kids.  SPONSORED BY THE COMMITTEE TO ELECT BRUCE PUCHALSKI  Hear Ye! Hear Ye!  PUBLIC MEETING SCHEDUlr  REGIONAL BOARD  2nd & 4th  7:30 p.m.  - Regular Meeting-  Wheel", and from her native Scotland  ''The Dark Island"       Old aMthe new, tte ^  And beautiful was blending of voices as   domes mixed with the modern buUdlngs,  IIALUMOON INN  & SERVICES        885-5500  ���WE HAVE GAS & DIESEL  PUMPS & TOW TRUCK SERVICE.  Vr SMORGASBORD EVERY  & SUNDAY-CLOSED MONDAY.  Th�� Clarkton* ��� 8 mll���� north oUoch.lt ��� Hlvvay 10),  CHIMNEYSWEEP  Any time Is a good time  to clean your chimney.  * Wo build thorn now and ropolr thorn,  *Wo know how to iwoop and cloan thorn "with tho  boit oqulpmont monoy can buy".   -~. ir�� AN D ��TOV* ClBAf. no -��� -���*���" -*  'SERVING TH1 PENINSULA fOR MORI THAN TIN Yl AM  S.C. PENINSULA ���  L-avo m*��iag_ with DEAN at 885-2159  WhlitUr Mountain , ,932.5733;  DIVISION OP H. 1ANKA MASONRY LTD.  the Murphy sister��,sang ��� Deldre, Sheila,  Louise and Stephanie, with Deldre and  Louise on the guitar. A.delightful foursome, these young ladles should go far.  Patrick and Patsy Murphy did an  impromptu version of "By the Light of the  Silvery Moon" with the audience joining .  in.  Susan Perry, played a lilting waltz on  the accordion displaying her true musical  talent.  Olive Clear who will be 91 very soon and  was word perfect in her memory work of  one of Pauline Johnsons poems, and  "Mary Brown" performed in a very  positive way.  Mrs. Marjorle Morgan sang a couple of  old favorites "John Kelly" and appropriate for here "My Lover is a  Fisherman" accompanied by Mrs. Barbara Gough on the piano.  Mrs. Barbara Gough showed her  mastery of the keys with a piano solo.  Then It was Faye Blrkln back to sing  solo to Tom Walton's accompaniment with  "Kerry Dance" and "Bless tills House"  followed by Alec Ellis as he delighted  everyone with the tale of "Three Monkeys  In a Coconut Tree".  Tom Walton was at tho piano for Walter  James as he sang out In his powerful voice,.  sounding no less powerful now than in his  days of Theatre Under the Stars ��� "Young  Tom oY Devon" and "Tommy Lad",  "Rolling Down to Rio".  Paul Hansen then "Rolled out the  Barrel" and "Saturday Night Walt." on  the accordion to set tho toes atapping.  Ruth Forrester rounded up the concert  singing and playing the guitar. By request  from the audience she Included "You  " t^ituiff ShoveYour Granny offrthe Bus"  and her own composition "Halfmoon  Bay".  There were eighty persons on hand and  by their enthusiastic applause enjoyed the  scenes of the desert people dancing in  costume and some of the women in  modern dress and others faces covered'  with only a slit for the eyes and mouth  were shown.  Then to Hawaii to the majestic grandeur of a volcano eruption at Kilauea. The'  two week build-up before the eruption and  then the awful nine days of erupting terror  as lava rising as high as the Niagara Falls  spills up and over. Spectacular show.  "World in a Marsh". Sounds nice and  peaceful but In reality It was the  Inhabitants fighting for survival, as frog  ate frog, bigger marsh residents ate littler  ones ��� and a mad world on view.  TRAVELLERS HEARD FROM  Pixie Daly was happy to hear from her  friends the Farrows formerly of Pender  Harbour. They have been holidaying for a  year in Mazatlan where they had Jour-  Courtesy of  1H<viqa*t '<* 7Hm4> Wean,  Cowrie St. 885-9330 Sechelt  ��� Member* etUw ladl*i MUtUiary to tht  Welcome Beach Community Association  had a delightful buffet lunch for all present  to end the evening with socializing over a  cuppa.  <jlJ*"\    Province of Ministry of  Wk��\    British Columbia    Forests  r * __r mi  The Small Business Program  The Ministry of Forests has produced, for discussion,  a white paper entitled "The Small Business Program"  which deals with the proposed position of "small business"  resulting from the new Forest Act.  Copies of this paper are available from tho following  Ministry of Forests Regional offices:  831 - 355 Burrard Street  Vancouver  540 Borland Street  Williams Lake  515 Columbia Street  Kamloops  518 Lako Stroet  Nelson  1600 - 3rd Avonuo  Prlnco George  Market Placo  Prince Rupert  rTipTIeTIfWc^^  W7B1. hopT Assistant Deputy Minister, Ministry of Forests,  Victoria, B.C., V8W 3E7.  The deadline for returns Is March 9, 1979.  f  \ ~7"  1.  Gibsons glimpses  Join resource society  by Marion A\sager^&&&245_8__  By ROBERT FOXALL  Some 5b; of our members had themselves another good time on Fourth  Thursday, Feb; 22 when they met in our  Hall for a Social Afternoon. We opened  with about anhour of Bingo which has Its  mittee will be posting which will give  times and details of further attractions.  The Executive will meet March 6 at 10  a.m. and the March Monthly Meeting will  occur on March IS. This meeting will be  brief as to business because we are to be  The Peninsula Times PageA-5  Wednesday, February 28,1979  Beat the Big One Your Heart Fund is  the Number One.defence against heart  disease, Canada's Number One health  enemy. Give,generously.  CLOCK REPAIRS  ALL KINDS  House colli for lorgor clocks  DAVID BURGGRAF  885-3163  The  Sunshine . Coast  Community  Resource Society annual meeting will be  held March 15 at the Elphinstone Secon-s  dary school at 7:30 p.m.  The Community Resource.Society  sponsors the Volunteer Bureau, the Senior  Citizens Service, Day Care centre for  seniors and handicapped, the Mini bus,  Homemaker's Service and co-sponsors  Alternate Education along with the School  Board, also Child Care workers.  At the meeting there will be an election  of Board Directors and the Society would  like to encourage more public participation. Anyone can be an active  member by paying a membership fee of  8fldJohnGaw,Pe^*ffe?hWe^ ���i  $2. There is a need for more Community  input.  /Funding for the Society's projects  comes from the provincial government /  and donations. As a member you can have  a voice in assessing the needs of this  community. One of the objects of this  Society is to involve as many people as  possible, thereby getting a better- cope of-  the needs of this communigy.  Be interested, join the Society ���  membership is $2. Phone 885-3821 for information.  CURLING  Forty rinks took part in the Gibsons'  Winter Club annual Mixed Bonspiel last  weekend, there were 24 rinks from the  lower mainland, alsd from Powell River,  Sechelt and the local rinks.  In the final play-offs the Revitt rink  from Haney won the A event and the M and  M Log Sorting trophy. The local Reitlo  rink took the B event and were presented  with the Royal Bank trophy. The Ted  Hume Services trophy was won by the Bud  Will rink from Delta. The Charles rink  from North Shore won the Sunshine Coast  Disposal trophy in the D event.  Along with the trophies, winners in  each event also received prizes donated by  Canfor in the A event, Suveges Marine, B  event. The C event prizes were donated by  Ken's Lucky Dollar Store and Coast  Cablevision and D event prizes by Andy's  Family Restaurant.  The Curling Club wishes to take this  opportunity to extend their appreciation to  all the local businesses who donated the  trophies and prizes.  A big vote of thanks goes to ALL the  people who helped to make this Bonspiel  such a big success. Special thanks to  Maurice and Deirdre Pearson who  organized this super successful event. To  Bernice Chamberlain and her volunteers  for the food preparation, Terry Connor and  his crew who handled the lounge, Marie  Gauci who worked at the concession stand.  Greg Schneider, Rick Buckmaster. and  Brian Combs were certainly most helpful  to Gus in cleaning up the ice. Last but not  least, a tremendous vote of thanksgoes to  the Powell River crew and their excellent  Ice machine who made our ice be ih the  best curling condition.  RENO FUN  Dick and Marlene Blakeman had a fun  time in Reno and tell us that the MGM  Grande show is simply fantastic and is  predicted to run for seven years. They also  had a great evening when they met with  "the   girls".   Joan   McQuarry,   Eve  Bowling and Dancing. After the Bingo,  under the guidance of the Choir, we enjoyed a hearty sing-song and then took a  halt for a cup of tea after which more  games, Crib, Scrabble and the like were  enjoyed;   Members are reminded that our Annual Plant Sale is to be held on April 21 and  it is about time to be getting seeds, in and,  starting to groom plants. There will be  refreshments available. Watch for the  Posters that the Ways and Means Corn-  Elementary School under Mr. Brian  Butcher who will demonstrate their  progress in the dramatic arts.  Turn out in strength and give these  young, artists your support and encouragement;- FoTu^^hTTrsday will be  March 22 and you can bet that Dave  Hayward will have an interesting  program.  Beside the events listed above, Carpet  Bowling and Dancing are back to their  regular scheduled afternoons.  Christiansen and Iva Fiedler.  MEXICO '  Mo'and Lorrie Girard and John and  Chris Kavanaugh had terrific weather  while holidaying in Southern California  and their jaunt through Mexico was very '  interesting ��� ask Lorrie for details.  _YACHTING.  A general meeting of the Arbutus Yacht  Club will be held Sunday, March 4 at 7:30  p.m. upstairs room in Ken's Lucky Dollar  Store.  FOOS BALL  Eight teams participated in the Foos  Ball Tournament last Saturday. First -  place winners were Mike Hienz and Ray  Hovden, second place winner, John  Nygren and Mike Hovden; in third place,  Kyle Nygren and Joey Musgrove. Cash  prizes were awarded to the first and  second winners. *  BRIDGE  Come and join in the Bridge games at  the Heron Cafe, held every Wednesday  evening at 7:30. Singles are welcome.  CO-OP MANAGER  Hooray ������ the Co-op has a new  manager, faithful Co-op members are  very pleased. Good luck, Mr. Robinson.  BRIDAL SHOWER  A miscellaneous bridal shower was  held in honor of Theresa Chapman (nee  Labonte) on Thursday evening, February  22 at the home of Mrs. E. Husby. The room  was tastefully decorated with yellow  streamers and wedding bells and Theresa  was presented with a lovely corsage of  yellow carnations.  The bride received a variety of  beautiful and useful gifts, after which the  guests were served scrumptious refreshments. Colleen Procknow provided a very  professionally decorated cake in the form  of a pair of wedding bells. ... ^ 7'.  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"Sechelt-notes-  Controversial policy  by Peggy Connor, 885-9347  The controversial policy in the first  draft of Area "B"s settlement plan was  "To improve docking facilities in the area,  privately owned marinas are to be encouraged. Marinas are to be located Jn  places where minimal environmental  disruption will result."  Halfmoon Bay moved this paragraph  be deleted. They didn't rule out marinas.  West Sechelt residents at the meeting at  Louis VignaTs Wednesday night voted to  leave the paragraph in.  The policy dealing with one dwelling  per .2 ha. (% acre) at. the first meeting '  decided it needed another look. The second  meeting suggested that it not effect  property presently zoned for less than .2  ha.  Corner-type store desirable up the hill  in West Sechelt, space kept in the area for  public assembly buildings.  Thirty-eight people attended the  meeting chaired by Area "B" Director Ed  Nicholson with Chairman for the Settlement Plan Larry Reardon and members of the committee in attendance.  Thanks were extended to Louis Vignal  for the use of his rec room ��� a pleasant  spot for the meeting.   .  Those who could not attend either  meeting and have received a copy of the .  first draft through the mail, should contact  the committee members and let your  comments be registered for further  discussions.  If you did not receive a copy pick one up  at the Regional board office.  Davis Bay School invited Mrs. Olive -  Clear to make it a special day for their ,  classes which run from kindergarten to  Grade 5. Olive who will be 91 in anotner  week was a good choice.  Monday, February! 19 the guest amazed -  the students with her wonderful memory  as she recited several poems, fittingly for  evening for a real swinging: party.  Guests from out of town were Martha  Wright from Toronto, John Wright from  Edmonton, Jack's sister Ann and Frank  Dicker from Yorkton, Mr. and Mrs.  Walker of Agassiz, Mary's brother Frank  and Bunny Morris from Vancouver,  Norman and Jean Miller of Abbotsford,  Mr. and Mrs. Colin Adams from Langley.  Mary's three sisters who live in this  area were_present ��� Mrs. Edie Hoover,  Floyd and Gladys McGregor, Lome and  Alice Dunbar and of course Jack and Jean  Eldred with their family.  The couple will live in the "house that  Jack built" on the edge of Selma Park  near Sechelt and they are wished great  happiness.  SURPRISE PARTY i  It was Ted Lean's birthday February 16  and there was a small party and cake and  he thought that was fine. However, on  Sunday the 18th his wife Connie got him to  lions Bay where he was definitely surprised by finding fifty friends and  relatives from many places including  Alberta and the United States.  The reason for the big gathering was  because this was his seventy-fifth year  although that is hard to believe when you  see him. His youthful appearance belies  his age.  The party was held at the home of his  stepson Ray Montague (Connie's son from  previous marriage).  Ted is known locally as Whipper, as he  performs this service at the horsr shows.  He is more widely known as a hunting,  guide, acting in that capacity for thirty  years in the Wells Gray Park, Clearwater  area. He had letters and cards from all  over the States and Canada from hunters.  How they knew it was his 75th year is not  known. Happy Birthday Ted!  REBECCAHS  The Rebeccahs No. 82 held a No Host  the day "Yaada" by Pauline Johnsoi. the^unehepn-to^onorEmUyTParsons, a long  story of the Capilianp Indians, a Christmas  poem, and from Robert Service some  Yukon tales.  In the question period that followed,  many things were asked of Olive as she  continued to tell of her life spent on the  many lightstations on the B.C. coast.  Hard to believe this small woman could  bike all the way from Vancouver to Prince  Rupert in the 1920's when the roads were  not paved, in travelling time of thirteen  days, returning by boat only because her  holiday from the Post Office was up.  Olive Clear lives in Halfmoon Bay on  Redrooffs Road overlooking Merry Island  lightstation and Georgia Strait.  Mrs. Faye Birkin showed pictures and  told about some of.the early history of the  Sunshine Coast area.  The girls choir ended the morning  program singing "this Land is Our  Land".    .    *  HOSPITAL  VOLUNTEERS   MEETING  The annual meeting of the Volunteers  to St. Mary's Hospital will be held  Tuesday, March 6,11 a.m. at St. Hilda's  Church Hall in Sechelt.  Speaker for the event will be Ian  Hunter from the physiotherapy department of St. Mary's Hospital.  All volunteers who work in the hospital  must be a member of one of the she  Auxiliaries to St. Mary's.  Everyone ls welcome to the meeting  and it is a good opportunity to come and  see if you would like to do any of the  volunteer work, then Join the group of your  ^chplce,,....,,,,^,. ���������,.. ,��������� ..,; ,,,_ ..,,,.,,   Bring a sandwich, beverage is bud-  plied, ..  JOHN - ELDRED WEDDING  At. St. Hilda's Church a family group  attended the wedding of Jack Eldred and  Mary John as they wore Joined in  marriage by Reverend J. Paetkau,  Saturday, February 17F at 7 p.m.   \  Standing up for Mary was her daughter  Martha Wright, and her son, John Wright,  gave tho bride away. Best man for tho  bridegroom was his son Jack Eldred,  Then it was off to the Senior Citizens  hall where as members of the Senior  Citizens group they put in a lot of time and  work.  But tonight was their wedding reception and many old friends ahd family  members were there to celebrate with tho  nappy pair, Jack has lived here since 1944  and Mary arrived in 1967,     \  Master of Ceremonies was B1U Scott,  DIWHfi^  ���'"* flne*old'fonr"Mary,V"^  Dancing was to tho Senior Citizens  band which takes a back seat to no ono as  they kept the guests dancing for the whole  time member. Emily has sold her home  and is moving to Surrey to live.  Sixteen were at the Parthenon where  she was presented w}th a gift by Noble  Grand Charlotte Raines. The gift was a  ceramic vase the work of sister Nell  Whaites.  President Sister English of Chilliwack ���  will make her official visit to the Sunshine  Coast Wednesday, February 28, at St.  Hilda's Church Hall. Present also will be  Sister' Wigglesworth of Kelowna, Sister  Granton, Sister Evelyn Shaw New  Westminster/ Sister Shad from Powell  River, past President.  It will be a sit down supper starting at 6  p.m. and all Rebeccahs are welcome.  SUCCESSFUL CATCH  Marie Hoffar has finally captured the  wee grey poodel type dog that has been  hanging around Secret Cove all winter.  The poor thing has obviously been lost  from somewhere, a suggestion that it  perhaps fell off a passing boat has merit.  Anyway Marie is feeding it and trying  to keep it off the highway where it likes to  go and being grey it is hard to see. Would  be happy to see it returned to rightful  owner, whoever and wherever.  MRS. KATHERINE BURTNICK  The wife of Nicholas Burtnlck of  Burnaby died on Friday February 16.  Mass was celebrated at St. Francis de  Sales. Internment followed at Forest  Lawn.  Local family members, Mrs. Lena  Grisenthwaite, husband Bill and family,  Dr. Walter Burtnick, Irene and family and  the many friends who knew her here  mourn her passing.  S.O.A.P.  SAVE OUR  PLEASE  DINNER "8 Pro-Happy Hour 6:30 pm  '    ���   ��� "     DOLPHIN ROOM-Arena  Sat. March 3,1979-     '25  oo  Tickets Available from:  Jane - 885-2383  Larry, Bus - 885-3271  Nora - 885-2984  -&-aMhe-Arena;   MYSTERY  DOOR  PRIZES.  CAN YOU BEAT THIS?  GIBSONS TRAVEL  is proud to announce  AIR CANADA SUPER FARES  ���Calculated by Mileage���         Example - ROUND TRIP FARES  EDAAONTON/CALGARY $75.00  SASKATOON * $89.00  REGINA $89.00  QUEBEC $159.00  MONTREAL     $159.00  TORONTO $159.00  OTTAWA $159.00  ST. JOHN'S, N.B $209.00  HALIFAX $209.00  NEW YORK $159.00  REGULATIONS:  Minimum stay - 7 days Maximum stay 30 days  Reserve from February 28 - May 7  Travel between March 27 - June 7  MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY.  A LIMITED NUMBER OF SEATS AVAILABLE  Fares subject to Government approval  Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons,  886-9255  Date Pad  llary Meeting at the Ctinic,  Feb. 28 ��� Pender Harbour and District Health Clinic Aux  7:30 pm.  Feb. 28 ��� Horizon Theatre Company, Roberts Creek Ele. Gym, twice weekly,  Mondays at 8:15 pm and/or Wednesdays ot 8:00 pm. Newcomers still welcome.  Call 885-9248 for more Info.  March 1 ��� Bingo every Thursday, 8 pm, Pender Harbour Community Hall, Jackpot  $300 In SO calls or less.  March 1 ��� Al Anon meeting every Thursday In Gibsons at 8 pm. For Info call 886  9569 or 886-9037. ������  March 1 ��� Prenatal Classes, March 1.12, 19, 26, April 2, 9. 7:30-9:30 pm at Gibsons  Elem. School. Please pre-reg, Ph, 886-2228.  March 2 ��� World Day of Prayer, 1:30, St. John's United Church, Davis Bay. All are  Invited. ..'v"  March 2 ��� World Day ot Prayer, St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church, Gibsons, 1:30  pm. Everyone welcome.  Mqrch 2 ��� World Day of Prayer, 2 pm, St. Aldan's Church, Hall Road, Roborts Creek.  March 2 ��� Back Class and Massage Workshop, 7-10 pm, Chatelech Music Room. $3  per person, or $5 per couple. Pre-reg. requested at 885-5440 or 883-2745.  March 3 ���-family Dance at the Roberts Creek Community Hall, 7-11 pm. Music by  Moonlight Rider. $2/person,  March 9 ~- Gibsons Wildlife Club C.O.R.E. (Hunter Training) course. Reg'n and firs.  10 sessions. $ 10, call 886-7703 or 886-2022 for further Info  March 20 ���- Sunshine Coast Arts Council meeting 3rd Tuesday of each month,  Sechelt Elem. School, Mr. LUeo's room, 7:30pm, Everyone welcomo  USB THIS SPACE TO PROMOTE YOUR ORGANIZATION'S EVENTS.  IT'S FREE. CALL 885-3231,  wwwfywwi  .ifitfHiifili,!!;^  Owners of smaller businesses  The Federal Business  Development Bank  can provide you  with;  See our Representative  Bolla Boach Motol,  Socholt  Toll 885-9561  Wednesday,  March 7  ��� hinnncml nssist.incc  ��� Mnnntjnmant countuylliiut (CASF)  mt   A fl '\>i ">' if >nv�� i if  Ii   iifiiiwi  ii.iouiunu)i. on liovcii  ptoijmms for business  ': l ,���. i  'U V :im,V\  '��������� iw 15th Street,  Vancouver, B.C. PageA-6 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, February 28,1979  PROFESSIONAL DRIVER  IMPROVEMENT COURSE  Canada Safety Council has developed  this course to reduce accidents, injuries,  property damage and road deaths.  -_istruetoi^Jd_n--Tessier_frorn-A/ran  Registration: 885-3512, Centre  Continuing Education.  It can be done in five days  if you want  couver explains that the course ought to be  I���mandaioiy-for^ll-professlonal-drivers-  because it teaches drivers how to avoid  potential trouble and how to steer clear of  dangerous situations before they develop.  The course also appeals to the group of  volunteers who drive ambulances and  firetrucks and to others who are concerned  about safe driving in all situations.  The course content is supplemented  with a number of films on critical topics  like "Preventable ��� Yes or No?", "A  Matter of Distance, Intersections and  Passing", and "Big Blind Spots", etc.  By attending this course you add an  extra measure of safety to every minute of  escape  Times columnist weds  The marriage of Mary Tinkley to Vince  Shannon   took   place   in   the   Sechelt  Registrar's office on Friday,JTebruM3r_Sk  at-4 p.m.        ,   ^C____jCs.__l _  It was witnessed JJyTtfntm Tinkley,  grandson , Tip Corson,/and a_30 Jessie  Corson who was present: also.  Open house was held at the Welcome  Beach Hall Saturday, February 24, where  over 100 friends and relatives gathered to  wish them happiness.  Toast to the bride was given by grandson John Tinkley of Denver, Colorado.  Master of Ceremonies was Tip Corson who  then called on Mrs. Mary Shannon to cut  the cake as cameras flashed with good  friends snapping a momento of the occasion.  Other out-of-town. guests were: the  groom's stepson Donald Bennett with wife  Sharon from Maple Ridge; Vinne's two  daughters Mary Lou Maxweli with  husband Jim from Calgary, Barbara  Brady and husband Wayne from Burnaby,  his brother from Abbotsford, and  Reverend J. Elwood Shannon withi his wife  Mary. Now there are two Mary Shannons.  Wendy and children Tanya and Jason.  F\om Port Coquitlam came Laura Wittenberg with husband Bob and Glenn  Brady with his wife Ruth.  Tip and Jessie Corson^ fiferids from  Vancouver, Mary Sheehan of Vancouver,  Jack and Ella Wilde of Richmond, former  neighbors; Doug and Marion Foley from  Chase, and son Kelly Foley and wife Diane  from Burnaby; Les and Nicky Raphael  from Vancouver,  Olga Hynek, Mary's friend from Cortes  Island was stalled at Coiirtenay due to  weather hindering ferries etc., but she was  to arrive later.  The beautifully-laid-out buffet lunch  was done by Helen Robertson, caterer.  The spring crocuses came out of the  garden of Janet Allen. The wine steward  for the day was the couple's friend Percy  Partiquin.  The Vince Shannons will live in Vince's  home on the waterfront, Welcome Beach,  a short distance down the road from the  Tinkley home.  Mark Tinkley has been a columnist for  the Sechelt Times for many years, faith-  The Professional Driver Improvement  Course is an effective safety program that  will improvethe safety record by improving the driving ability of the men and  women who are ultimately responsible for  accident prevention ��� the drivers. It is a  vital part of a total traffic safety program  . designed to reduce the staggering motor  vehicle accident tollV  The course takes place on March 2 and  9, Fridays 6-11 p.m. in Elphinstone  Secondary School, Room 110.  The same course is scheduled for  Pender Harbour Secondary School on  March 16, Friday, 8-10 p.m. and March 17,  Saturday, 9 a.m.-12 noon. The same  schedule is repeated the following week.  ��� The-fee-is $45 percouple and $25 for  singles. This includes a $5 kit.  from prison  Exactly two years to the day after  breaking out of Turkey's notorious  Sagmalcilar Prison, Billy Hayes walked  onto a movie set which duplicated his cell.  "It was a strange, scary feeling," said  Hayes. 'I was shivering and sweating at  the same time.';  * Seven years earlier, Hayes had been  arrested at the airport in Istanbul,  charged with trying to smuggle a small  quantity of hashish out of the country. He  "nrvas^entencedtc^four-and-a-half^years-in-  prison, but less than two months before his  scheduled release, the Turkish high court  "reviewed" his.sentence ��� and resentenced him to another 30 years.  He later1) described his prison experiences and his daring escape in the best  seller, "Midnight Express," written with  William Hoffer.  That book has now become a major  motion picture, produced by Casablanca  Record and Film Works and released by  Columbia Pictures.  "There was a few small differences  between the set and the real prison, but the  resemblance was uncanny," said Hayes.  "The production people and the costume  designer did a fabulous job."  KOK, AAOORBY, KOWBLUK & CO.  CERTIFIED GENERAL ACCOUNTANTS  ANNOUNCE  ~"THE^  STE. 20M326 WHARF ST.VSECHELT, B.C.  (Across from the Legion)  FOR THE PRACTICE OF THEIR PROFESSION.  JOHN AAOORBY,  C.G.A.,  Resident partner,  is  pleased  to  be  able  to  serve the residents of the Sunshine Coast.  BUSINESS 885-3511  RESIDENCE 885-2498  Heart disease and stroke cause more  lost time in industry than strikes and work  stoppages in Canada each year.  Deserted Bay report  Second semester  NES under way  fully telling of events to come and what  7r|T^ Shaniw^ to writer  grandchildren were there. Those from   her Halfmoon Bay Happenings.  Coquitlam were Debbie Sahanovitch with       May they both be as happy as they look  husband Bob, Brian Brady with wife   today.  By GREG MILLER AND RON FEARN  The Native Environment Studies  program has started its second semester.  This last week was the first time at the site  in Deserted Bay for the new students.  They look like a good crew and I hope they  will live up to the high standards set by the  first group.  The weekly reports from Deserted Bay  will be bandied by Jennifer Hopkins, an  Elphinstone student, and Terry Allan from  Chatelech.  The staff of NES would like to take this  opportunity to thank all the people who  have helped us out over our first year.  'A Wedding' started  by rude remark  "I know I've created a cult," says  director Robert Altman, a 56-year-old  veteran of the film wars. "But I've figured  out that a cult is just enough people to  make a majority or finance a film."  His latest venture, A Wedding, may  just prove to be a crossover into mainstream moviemaking for Altman. He's so  confident of its success, that he's already  pledged .2 million in potential profits to  the Equal Rights Amendment crusade, a  cause to which his star Carol Burnett has  committed herself.  A Wedding features a cast of 50  characters who lives are crazily  overlapped on the day of a rather unusual  wedding. But even more odd than this  satirical plunge into the heart of one of  America's most sacred institutions is the  way in which the idea was formed. "It was  completely a fluke," says the director. "I  don't usually let reporters on the set, but I  made an exception in shooting Three  Women and was asked the stock question  of what my next project would be. I said  'Oh, a wedding. I'm going to do a wedding  next.' I was trying to be rude to the  reporter and I guess I succeeded." He  started to think about it seriously and  decided weddings and marriage did need  the Altman eye.  Says Carol Burnett who plays the  mother of the bride: "If you can't learn to  be comfortable in front of the camera with  Altman, then you'll never learn."  Altman told her she could use some of  her television style in the movies. "Yes,  I'm me," she sighs. "I'm facial, with all  the gestures. It's hard to stop that after 11  years.  Something comic, something manic,  something magic... something tragic,  r  'AWEDDflKT  "���'  )esiAraaZ(k Card Burnett (kraldiiieChapiin Howard Duff Miaranw Vittorio  iflianGfefa Lauren Hutton VhASca Lbdfors RatMcCormick DinaMerrill I_nal_nr^_a_dt  <gjg_.   juKlftassortedfri^  WARNING ��� Occasional suggestive scenes and dialogue.  WED, FEB 28            THUR, MARCH 1           FRI, MARCH 2   ���8-pm��� ^ -8-pm��� ��� 8-pm   STAL A SHN, killer whale, te given to    misplaced by local  new owner whose name we have   Dixon.  carver Jamie  SAT. MARCH 3  SUN, MARCH 4  MON, MARCH 5  TUES. MARCH 6  WED, MARCH 7  8 PM  / __!____>>  \E?E3_.     RESTRICTED ���  WARNING: froquont violence  & coarse language.  ______ PRICE YfMIRCEIJEt  3UI%ri%li#E   ���%#%#_-%. ___>___���_���__���  Carol Burnott aa mother ot the brldo: "I'm me, facial, with all the gaaturea."  Attend  the Church  of  your choice  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Service and Sunday School each Sunday  nt 11:30 a.m;, Wednesday Evenings 7:30.  All in St, John's United Church,  Dttvh Bay  Phono 885-3157. 886-7882,  Sechelt P.O. Box 1514  UNITED CHURCH  J:30 a.m.��-r.St, John's. Wilson Crock  llil.Va.hi.���Gibsons  ROMAN CATH0UC CHURCH  Rev. T. Nicholson, Pastor   ;.,/r;!MES.QF(S!JNDAYMAS.. ,  8:00 p.m. Sat. eve at St. Mary't, Olbsoni  9:00 a.m. Our . ndy of Lourdea, on  the Sechelt Indian Reserve  lOtOtMKwr; utTm?Hotr l^rnrlr/ ChiirctrtiT  Socheh. -������-" *" ������->���-��"-������- ">-"'��'����� .���,..��..���,���...,.-  12 noon at St. Mnry's Church In 01 bsons  mmmmmmmmMt_mmmmmmmm*mtmmmmmm--m  ; ���' )\       7,V'7  ,, ,.&  '.\ v..  r tf .V*       *^V  v \ "\\        i .;'���������  *_v. h  In most cases, filling out your own  income tax return is easier than  you may think.  It's largely a matter of simple  arithmetic. You don't have to pay  someone to do something you  can do yourself.  Just follow the six basic steps In  the Guide you received with your  Income tax return. Don't forget to  attach all the proper receipts, and  double check your return before  mailing it.  It's that easy. So go ahead.  Surprise yourself.  You can  doit!  i+  . Revenue Canada  Taxation  " ������'MOTh Anthony��; Abbott  Minister  Revenu Canada  Imp6t  t'hon, Anthony 0, AbboM  Mlnlstr.  T-H Denley to course on 1980's schools  School District No. 46 board accepted  the management committee's recommendation that District superintendent  John Denley attend the 27th Canadian  Education Association's short course in  Educational Leadership.  Prime Retail or Office Space to he  eonslnielen1 in  Lower (*ihsons.  Prospective tenants contact (,LOR(,L  (,IA.\\Al\OS after :i:00 p.m.. Mi(>-22(>tt.  Denley told the board this course was  especially important because it is exploring education directions for the 1980s.  Previous  courses   dealt. with  present  ^edusiiti5n_djtectiQna__.^^ _=.   ..Trustee Brian Hodgins questioned  whether Denley would report to the board  after the May 14-May 25. course. Denley  saTcT the value of the course was a  "refinement of skills" which he applied to  his work for the school district.  If any trustee were planning to attend,  Denley said, early registration is  necessary because the course is restricted  to 75 participants from across Canada.  The cost of attendance for the course in  Banff is equalized for all regardless of  where the participants come from. The  -cost-oFthe-programrinduding-mealsr  accommodation' and transportation   is  $975. .       :    '.  -The-board-=-also���agreed���secretary���  treasurer Roy Mills be authorized to attend a zero-based budgeting workshop  March 29 and 30 in Calgary.  This workshop will have specific application to the educational process.  ���f. ���   " corvnrsTAY WITH us      ~~~  at ENGLISH BAY near STANLEY PARK  in beautiful downtown VANCOUVER  Single���$23:007���"~���= ~DSu6le~$26:_<r  Twin     $29.00 Suites from $40.00  TOLL-FREE   800-268-8993  1755   DAVIE STREET   VANCOUVER   B.C.  V6G 1W5  TELEPHONE (604) 682-1831  Sunshine Coast Business  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE.  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PENINSULA TIMES  Phone 885-3231  CONTRACTORS  CM, CONTRACTING  Painting & Insulation  '   Free Esimates   '  You Nam* It ��� We'll Oo It  885-9272  Box 1583, Sechelt, B.C  RAY'S TRUCKING  Gravel * Fill * Dralnrock  SERVING PENDER HARBOUR  885-5260  M.W. TRANSPORT  & BULLDOZING SERVICES  CLEARING - EXCAVATION ��� TRUCKING ��� -  Complete Site Preparation  Murray Warman Halfmoon Bay  885-5648  CONTRACTORS (cont'd)  . J.B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  Dump Truck - Back hoe - Cat  Woter, Sewer, Drainage Installation  Land Clearing  FREE ESTIMATES  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  Part Mellon to Olt'i Cove  '    Tel: 886-2938 or 885-9973  -    - ��� * Commercial Containers Avail able -  ELECTRICIANS   SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  ��� Residential & Commercial Wiring  ��� Pole Line Installations  i ��� Electric Heoting  Ron Sim 885-2062 Rick Sim  HEATING   SECHELT METAL PRODUCTS  LTD.  GENERAL SHEET METAL  Domestic, Commercial, Industrial heating  and Air conditioning.  885-2466.  FLOORING ���CABINETS  SUNSHINE KITCHENS     ~  Kitchen Cabinets  Specialists in Remodelling  886-9411  Showroom in Twilight Theatre, Gibsons  KENDeVRIES&SONLTD.  FLOORCOVERINGS  CARPETS - TILES - LINOLEUMS - DRAPES  GIBSONS ��SECHELT  885-3424  LANDSCAPING  EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING   :__*__   and     _   ���  GARDEN MAINTENANCE  For an ever-blooming garden  fruit tree pruning  WILLIAM BORAGNO    Free Estimates  (Bango) 885-5033  SECHELT ORIENTAL LANDSCAPING  Landscaping * Pruning * Shaping  Willie Takahashi  Call after ilx885-9890  EARLY SPECIAL  Rotted Manure from East Delta  Also Topsoil  PHONE 536-3732  BLACKTOP PAVING  BLACKTOP PAVING  MACHINE LAID  PACIFIC PAVING CO.  433-4603 FREE ESTIMATES.  DISCOUNT ON GROUP JOBS.  PAINTING  ANDY'S PAINTING  Professional Interior _ Exterior Painting  ..���   Free Estimate  Commercial _ Residential  885-5407  RENTALS  PEST CONTROL  PIED PIPER COMPANY LTD.  BONDED PEST CONTROL SERVICES  call Paul M. Bulman at 434-6641  7061 Gllley Ave. Burnaby  REFRIGERATION         BILL ROBERTS  REFRIGERATION AND  AIR CONDITIONING  over 25 Years Experience  Governmen't Licensed  883-9461 or 883-2648  serving the entire sunshine coast  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS & EQUIPMENT RENTALS  Scaffolding, Rock Drills, Power Tools,  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, Gibsons, B.C.  886-2700  SALES* SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday. 8:30 am to 5:30 pm  Friday evening by appointment only  _3_  Help your Heart Fund  Help your Heart  Happy  Birthday  Greg Dowman  Feb. 27  aged 12  Krlsta May  Feb. 28  aged 8  I remember the time in the snow  And I never wanted it to go,  Summer and fall would come along  But winter has the finest song.  When in my dream I dreamed one night  I saw the loveliest wonderful sight  A man with a red and white suit on  And bells on his sleigh singing a lovely song,  On the front that pulled the sleigh  Were eight reindeer coming my way  When I woke up with joyous glee  I shouted "Winter means fun to me'7  By Dana Snider  age 11  A SECRET MESSAGE  Here's how to send a secret message to one of your friends: Got a clean pen and  nib, the old fashioned type your parents used to use. Dip It Into white vinegar and  wrlto your message on a piece of whlto paper making sure you press vory firmly as  you write.  This Ink will soon,dry and become Invisible All your friend has to do Is to hold tho  paper an' Inch or so above a candle flame moving It slowly back and forth. Tho  message will appear.  You will have to be very careful that you do not catch the paper on f Irol  Jack: I don't think you should order those seeds. It  says here that they won't bloom  until the second summer.  Mpck: That's all right. This is last year's catalogue.  Boss: What's this big item on your expense account?  Salesman: That's my hotel bill.  Boss: Well, see you don't buy any more hotels.  UNderwater grades: Everything below C level.  Show & Tell: Gawk & Squawk.  Mr. Cashew: Will you marry me?  Miss Filbert: What do you think I am, some kind of nut?  V-'hcvV  \t_ ro^ name. ?  upur  clue. : upu   have    .o .Koolo  numerate   ouxk   opur   a\p\.abet.  rorncxn  I. 50O  y, tOO  ���v T. ifi  6.   IO  i, 6  <v "The  ���..ytVvoy  \S* erf  aU  u)rrT_. ���trs.   r,am��&   V.<tre.  pmm  ��_#*  m$*m0AAP*mm  .1��)AX).  Awmmm  MM*  Mm*  A Ridding Tale  by Heather Nicholson  Three women were once changed Into flowers growing In tho flold, and only ono  of them was allowed to be In her own home at night.  Once, when day was dawning and she had to go back to tho field and become a  flower again, she said to hor husband, "If you will come by this afternoon and pick  only me, I shall be set free of the spell and be with you night and day as before,"  Then she left,  Tho husband thought of his wife's words all morning, Thon In the afternoon ho  wont out Into the field and unerringly picked the corroct flower,  Not tho question Is, how did the husband know her? The flowers were all exactly  alike and no dllferonco In them cou(d be seen,  Answer:  Well, tho answer Is this: since she was at homo during the night, and not In tho  flold, no dew foil on her as It did tho others ,,. and by this her husband know hor,  Henry's Magic Pencil  ,  mm  Once there wot a man. He went walking In the woods and found a purple and  yellow pencil, All of a sudden a brook said, "That Ii a magic pencil, handle It  carefully,"  "Ha, ha, that's tho most sillies! thing I've over heard, but I'll Inko It anyway,"  Vyol.li.It |u��!,��o happenedthat (ho man owned a very popular dime store, One of  his customers, Henry Leavers, who wasn't very popular because of his stupidity,  walked In. His eye caught the pencil,  "How much Is It, Mr, Thomas?" he Inquired,  "Oh about,,, well, I'll give It to you for fifty cents,"  "Thanks, here'* the money, bye," and he left, "  I  ���J_ow. Mi. ayj_t^^  lulijecT, But guess whatTHe^nrydirf Ho boat ainiii  . Idi In 'Mr clan,Thewhole day through, the whole weeH,r.otith, year and years to  como, he was very smart. Even when the pencil wore down,  Leah Cavalier  Grade 7  Am*0mmmm*wA$mAwmmmm*Amimm0m  *w%mm-mm_mmm  ���Make It!  JAM BISCUITS  Hero Is a simple recipe for a delicious biscuit that even the very youngest  cook can fry 'wijh very little help,  I pkg. refrigerator biscuits from the dalcy case al the grocery store  Jam  Open the package of biscuit dough and separate the biscuits, Take n  rolling pin and roll out each biscuit Into a nice round flat shape, Put a  spoonlul of |am onto tho center of each round of dough, Fold the dough  0.��rtnhBffwrr^  carefully onto �� cookie sheet ��ne) bake in a very hot oven 490 degrees for  10 to 12 minutes or until golden brown,  mmmmmmmm  ���MmiAtm  i The'Grub. Bag ..'"'���'."���"  After the games  _By_ArmJ  stantly, until sauce bubbles and thickens a  little. Add 1 tablespoon butter and simmer  gently for 5 minutes. Remove from heat  and stir in 1 teaspoon freshly grated  nutmeg (or ground nutmeg). Serve hot  over slump in desert dishes.  You may also use various fresh and  Back class, message  For all those who, would like to learn  some exercises which will help take  tension out of their backs and strengthen  them,' a  three-hour Back Class  and  Music Room of Chatelech School.  Led by Evans Hermon of the Fitness  and Recreation Service, the class will end  PageA-8 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, February 28,1979    ,  with back, neck, shoulder and foot  massage. The class fee is $3 per person or  $5 per -couple, and pre-registration is  requested at 885-5440 or 883-2745.  A Saturday night or after the game is  more furfbecause everyhoayToiows your"  good chili. Bring the folks along Home with  you after the games! Chili's ready for the  heat-up, muffins are quick to fix. A big  tray of relishes ��� celery, pickles and  olives. A pan of cookie bars and plenty of  hot coffee or tea. Who cares if your  favourite team didn't win!  Jail House Texas Chili  Saute 2 slices of thick bacon until crisp,  and add 2 pounds of ground chuck, 3 cloves  garlic, crushed, 1% tablespoon paprika, 3  tablespoons chili powder (more or less as  desired), 3 diced canned green chili  -peppersT-!���toblespoon-cumin���seedr���1-  favourite dish ��� so much so, in fact, that  _she Tamed-heHhome^n-Goneordr-Apple���  Slump.  6 cups pared, cored and sliced apples  1 cup sugar  1 teaspoon cinnamon  % cup water  VA cups sifted all-purpose flour  y�� teaspoon salt  1% teaspoon baking powder  Vt cup milk (about).  Combine apple slices, sugar, cinnamon, and water in a saucepan with a  tight fitting lid. Heat to the boiling point.  Sift together flour, salt and baking  powder. Stir in enough milk to make a soft  ~frraen~berries for slump.~The"Tiutmeg���Massage Workshop wffl be heUronFridayr  sauce is delicious over plain sheet cake.   March 2 from 7 p.m. until 10 p.m. in the  #YOS*U'S  tablespoon salt, 1 teaspoon white pepper,  % diced ordinary green pepper and 3&  cups water. Simmer, covered, over low  heat for at least 4 hours. Stir occasionally.  Add a little water as needed, depending on  how triick you want it and cook slowly for  another 30 minutes. Serve with beans, as if  you didn't know. Have a cold pitcher of  water handy ��� for those tenderfoots.  Maybe a finale of apple slump to  relieve the heat. This is reported to be  Louisa May Alcott's (the author's)  Volunteer  dough.  -Drop dough from tablespoon on to hot  apple mixture. Cover tightly and cook over  low heat 30 minutes. Don't peak during  cooking. Serve warm with nutmeg sauce.  Nutmeg Sauce,  Mix together 1 cup sugar and 1  tablespoon flour. Slowly stir in 1 cup  boiling water and cook, stirring con-  Sunnycrest Moll Gibsons.  'FOR THE FINEST IN  DINING PLEASURE"  ���AUTHENTIC CHINESE FOOD  *WESTERN FOODServed Promptly & Courteously  WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE ADDITION  TO OUR STAFF, RONALD CHOY, of HONG KONG,  WITH 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN CHINESE CUISINE.  -Business- Hours; Tue-Sat.���4:30 pm -1-2- pm- ���  Sun - 4:30 pm - 9:30 pm  (Closed Mondays)  FREE HOME DELIVERY (within Village of Gibsons) "Your Fully  Licensed & Family Restaurant".  "Attention  Pensioners"  Henry W. Block  If you have no taxable income, but  qualify for a Provincial income tax  credit, H&R Block will prepare the  return for you at a special low price.  At H&R Block, we are income tax  specialists.  H&R BLOCK  THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE  GIBSONS   In the Sunnycrest Mall  [Across from SuperValu]  PHONE 886-7414  During Regular Mall Hours  Appointments Available  helpline  This past week was an exciting one for  those who chose to be involved in two  separate opportunities to improve their  communication skills. It is often curious  that those people who are quite skilled in  the art of communicating are the ones who  recognize the need to continually check  and refresh the skills that make them able  to relate to others in such positive ways. It  is so easy to fall back into patterns that,  inhibit our ability to enhance the  relationships which we have with one  another ��� whether as spouse, friend or  acquaintance.  At the monthly Volunteer Bureau  L meeting, Nancy McLeod, shared some of  her expertise in communicating and in  listening to other people. The way in which  we listen and then respond to other people  is very important. If we can be open in  responding to the ideas expressed by  others, we open many avenues to further  important discussions. When we respond  with a closed mind, and express our own  judgement, we close those doors and often  make a person become very defensive.  Think about these points when you are  communicating with someone.  Wednesday    evening's   Volunteer  workshop  on .communications  further,  explored and tested out some of the skills  which we use and misuse when relating to  STORE MANAGERS  WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE  After many great years of sales, we have developed our STORE MANAGERS  WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE to clean up items that are taking up space.  SALE DATES FEB. 28th, TO MARCH 14th  ALL SALES FINAL. TERMS... CASH, CHEQUE, CHARGEX OR MASTER CHARGE  "other people. It was encouraging to see  people enthusiastically involved in finding  out more about their habits. The learning  process is ongoing and always available  when you are willing to voluntarily take^  part in this growing environment.  Volunteer opportunities continue to be  open to people in the community. Here are  a few to consider this week ��� for others,  phone the Resource Society's Volunteer  Bureau at 885-3821.  MALE VISITORS  Several elderly gentlemen in the  community would love to be able to share  some time with another man. One man  loves to garden and would enjoy not only  talking about this interest but also would  eventually like to share some time outside.  Is this something that you would enjoy  doing? If gardeing Is not the area in  which you are interested, perhaps there  are other things which you could share  with someone else. <___  TEACHING ASSISTANTS  In the past week a volunteer regretfully  had to stop helping in the learning  assistance area in a school. She had found  this weekly volunteering to be a fulfilling  experience but she is now going to be  working on a fulHlme basis and cannot  free herself for one morning a week. Many  of the schools on the coast are in need of  help in this area of the school ��� could you  help fill this need. You will probably be  amazed at how rewarding this will be.  DRIVERS  I feel like a broken record ~ surely  there must be more people Hiving in  various parts of the Sunshine Coast who  are willing to havo their names added to  the list of on call drivers. The Resource  Society will help pay mileage, if that Is  necessary. Increasingly as the weather  gets nicer and more people are outside, It  becomes harder to get In touch with  people.  Thus we need more people to reach to  drive peoplo to Important and needed  destinations such as to a doctor's appointment. Tho more people that are on  the list, the greater can be the sharing of  helping others without means of transportation.  SPEND TIME WITH THE ELDERLY  Volunteers are needed to shoro an  afternoon with some elderly people.-  Perhaps you would like to sit and chat,  share a craft or skill, or holp prepare some  food, If you are free on a Tuesday or  Thursday why don't you take this op-  rjortunlty to enrksh your UJ�� by _n��rlng  yourself with someone else.  Please get In touch with tho Resource  Society's Volunteer Bureau for any  assistance In getting more Involved in the  community. 885-3821.  EIGHT DOLLAR PANELS  HOW ABOUT  GOLDEN PECAN  4x8 SHTS ONLY .  r95  TEN DOLLAR PANELS  LOTS  OF  CHARACTER  WITH  THIS    PANEL   SCRIMSHAW  ONLY ..  10*  REJECT DOORS  ONLY A FEW LEFT  /195   -  ONLY *k     EACH  ARBORITE  2x4   ARBORITE  CUTTINGS  WINDSOR WORKS WONDERS  WITH WALLS  Try This On for Size  4x8 SHTS. OF-   -  VjuJ ft ���  NORTHWEST CHILC0TIN  250 EACH  CABINET PLYWOOD  3/4" ELM HIGH DENSITY  CORE CABINET STOCK 4x8  SHTS. REG. 44.95, _*%&*_  ONLY.  "*5  32<  PLYWOOD  3/8"   FACTORY   GRADE   FIR  4x8 SHTS.,  REG. 12.49, ONLY ... II29  JUST  LIMITED SUPPLY  SUNDECK COATING  SUPER PRICES ON SUPER  DECK AND TUFFDECK BY  DUCAN  DAMAGED PANELLING  SOME OUT OF STOCK AND  DAMAGED   PANELS  STARTING AT.  195  HELPI  CERAMIC TILES l"xl"  JUST    79    SQ. FT.  LIMITED QUANTITY  GOOD GRIEF I  1x4 V-JOINT YELLOW CEDAR  ONLY 20C LIN, FT.  LOTS IN STOCK  A REALISTIC WOOD-LIKE  PANEL WITH A UGHT-TONED  EMBOSSED FINIS!!   ~~>MES  WITH OR WITHOUT GROOVES.  A SUPER BUY AT  19  ONLY  6  SHT.  PASSAGE SETS  .101      BEVERLEY     FINISH  PASSAGE SETS  ONLY  595 EACH  DECORATOR CORK  3' ROLLED CORK 1/4" THICK  CUT TO LENGTH FOR  JUST V6  LIN. FT.  CEILING PANELS  4x8 SHTS OF BEIGE FLICK  LIGHTv tONED TEXTUED  CEILING PANEL,  only :... 935  CABIN PANELS  IDEAL FOR ANY ROOM TRY  VIKiNG MARINER, REG. 8.25,  JUST  r65  4x4 CEILING PANELS  4x4     TEXTURED     CEILING  PANELS   LOOKS  JUST   LIKE   TILES  ONLY  188  EACH  CEDAR  CEDAR WOOD STRIPS 1 PKG.  COVERS APPROX  33 SQ FT  ONLY*  95  PKG.  PINE  1x6    KNOTTY    TONGUE    8,  GROOVE CEDAR,  ONLY  50c  LIN. FT.  NEVER AGAIN  CUPBOARD DOORS  70��  JUST  AND UP  1x6 TONGUE AND GROOVED  SCROLLED PINE  iC  PREHUNG  MAHOGANY DOORS  RIGHT NOW  READY  TO   INSTALL  COMES  COMPLETE WITH TWO  SETS*  OF PREMITRED CASING.  GOING OUT THE DOOR  at     _tC95  ONLY    %__��%J      ,   EACH  INSULATION  LATE ARRIVAL WATCH OUR  NEXT AD FOR SUPER  SAVINGS    ON    INSULATION  2x4  GOOD GRADE 2x4 PRE-CUTS  SPRUCE,  CERAmALITE  168  QUALITY PANELS/BARGAIN  RUSTIC WALNUT, A  PREFINISHED    REAL    WOOD  PANEL, NOW FOR YOU,  ONLY 888  REG. $13.95-   PARTICLE BOARD  EACH  HANDRAILS  CEDAR       PALES       STYLED  PICKETS,   IDEAL   FOR  HANDRAILS,  4'LENGTHS ... I3* EACH  RAIN STAIN  ONLY  38c  LIN. FT.  HINOES  AMEROCK CABINET HINGES,  2 STYLES, 2 COLORS,  ONLY   89   PAIR  LOOKS JUST LIKE TILES BUT COSTS MUCH LESS  4x8 shtS.   REG. 32.95     22  5x5 ShtS.  REG. 25.95     If  NOTE: SOME OF THE ABOVE ITEMS  ARE OF LIMITED SUPPLY  LATEX STAIN WITH  5 YEAR  GUARANTEE,  ONLY 1295 GAL.  LIMITED SUPPLY  4x8 SHTS OF  1/2" PARTICLE  BOARD,  749  JUST  SHT.  DON'T TELL THE BOSS  SLIGHTLY DAMAGED UNFINISHED REAL WALNUT  PANELS, REG. 25.88,  ONLY 16"  GOOD STUFF  1/2"   FACTORY   GRADE   FIR,  4x8 SHTS.  4x8 SIDING  ROUGH   SAWN   4x8    SHTS.  SAGE GREEN COLOR  QUITE A  BUY AT.  16  95  SHT,  WOOD PRESERVATIVE  DARWORTH CLEAR WOOD  PRESERVATIVE KEEPS WOOD  LOOKING NATURAL,  ONLY 995 GAL.  REG. 11.95    ;  ONLY ........  95  OOPS SOMEONE GOOFED  BIRCH BLOWS 4x8 SHTS.  24M  JUST  SHT.  ROLL-ON TEXTURED CEILING  READY TO MIX  COVERS APPROX 60 SQ. FT.  995  ~r  CHARGEX  Windsor Plywood  HIGHWAY 101 GIBSONS 88G-9221  NOTICE: ABSOLUTELY NO RETURNS ON THESE SALE PRICE ITEMS  \ The PENiNSULA*Z&we_.  i Section B        Wednesday, February 28,1979  Pages 1-8  _���_���_____������  Court  2 weeks jail for  Judge W.S. Selbie ruled against a breathalyser test. David Baldock of  motion from defence lawyer Robert Eeid Winfield, B.C. was charged with impaired  that there was insufficient evidence to drivingand refusing to blow September 30.  convict Gerald Warren Phillips of im- The Unpaired driving charge was waived  paired driving last Week in Sechelt by the Crown.  Provincial Court. . For his third alcohol-related con-  Phillips was charged with impaired viction, Baldock facesia m__mum of three  -driving-and-Tefusing-to-take-a���months-iinpFteonment.  breathalyser test September 4,1978 after , La^ *��� Empey was fined $500 after  he W%ed over by ConstableFrank Pleading guilty-to,drivir��-whUe impaired.  Skinneronfflghway 101 in Roberts Creek. He^was given until AprU 30 to pay.  *m?i2__^^ (^editU_ionofanamountexceeding|200:  an alcoholic or completely irresponsible. He was fined $300 with 14 days to pay  Selbie sentenced Phillips to 14, days ^d seibie advised him there would be no  imprisonment and fined him $200. extension. He was ordered to make  - - Selbie reserved sentencing on another restitution of $259,68 to the -Credit Union  conviction for refusing to take  a immediately.  Regan heads school  counselling task force  A former career education consultant administrators); Ed Rumohr of Van-  to the Sechelt and Greater Victoria school couver (Canada Manpower); Grant  districts is chairing a task force to develop Crittenden of Vancouver (B.C. Chamber of  a provincial policy on school counsellors. Commerce); EJ_. Avison of Sasnich (law  Kory Regan heads the task force enforcement); Dr. Roy Bell of Vancouver  comprising    representatives    from (pastoral counselling) ;A.E. McCaffrey of  teachers,   counsellors,   school   ad-. Richmond   (Occupational   Training  . ministration and trustees, law en- Council).  forcement agencies, the clergy, labor and       A. representative from the  B.C.  business formed recently by the niinlstry Federation of Labor will also be named,  of education, science and technology. Regan and John Walsh, superintendent of  "At the present time there is no overall policy  development,   represent  the  provincial policy relating to counselling ministry,  services nor to the role of the counsellor,"  Ms. Regan said. "We want to establish W A    ______*  counselling objectives in the secondary lm 0��|| HOI*  schools and determine the relative im- WW wll Ellvl  portance  of  career,  educational  and Lo.Hi.Prec.  personal counselling. The task force will February 17 1.5 7.0   1.05  also consider the qualifications of coun- February 18 2.0 8.0   0.80  sellors and the kind of support services February 19 1.5 7.5   0.24  they should have, including information February 20 1.5 8.5    nil  and data processing systems." February 21 -1.5 6.0    nil  Members of the task force representing February 22 -1.0 6.5    nil  school counsellors are Ernestine Young of February 23 2.0 4.5   1.00  Surrey, Paul Smith of Greater Victoria,        Week's precip. - 3.27 cms. February to  Lynn Green of Vancouver and James date -13.61 cms. 1979 to date - 29:28 cms.  ���Carney^rf-Vancouver.   ^ ***.-- -< ~, -February 22, trace <*f snowl February  , OthermemberaareNeUlMacGregor of 17-23,1978 -2.62'cms. February 1-23,1978 -  - Chilliwack representing the BCSTA: 13.67 cms. January 1 - February 23,1978 -  Kenneth Macpherson of Van.  (school 27.44 cms.  ^^ ^  ������"' '^^^^PMK     ��'__  *"�� iff    " ,^ _*!___�� i     ���_   pt--*- W-___M:i_______^i_Mi__W_1_t    .        ____________���_>  1   -  __________i *  ""**    l_____Hr  ______  $  ' ^lffi_________________________________________________________________WrJ ______________H__T ^j~~*~~~~m^_\  ^mmW__\mi^ ^ ���  ^n_____9     ' ' ��'__-_-_____  ;A'^_\\ffi__WlW   ', _<        < __p_______.,'.*���"��  V 7/W__f__J _,_.,���J7-^4  R$l_____f^______#'*/    m  lHt*m__________E._____________~i~   \ i ):  l_.it>   ,_V��* *A''��'  ^,:<.:,v'^v__________________S_^l -.___,  AFFAIRS OF government are dla-   and Mayor Lome Blaln in NDP  cussed at recent Gibsons visit by   bookstore.  Mackenzie MLA Don Lockstead, left,  NEW MANAGER  "ROBBIE ROBINSON" FROM NANAIMO  STARTS FEBRUARY 27-  DROP IN AND MEET HIM AT THE CO-OP.  B.A. BLACKTOP  . "QUALITY  SERVICE-SINCE 1956"  ASPHALT PAVING OF;  ���ROADS  INDUSTRIAL SITES .PARKING AREAS  TENNIS COURTS .DRIVEWAYS  ���GRAVEL SALES*  FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL  885-5151  EAST PORPOISE BAY ROAD, SECHELT.  A POPUI__R seminar at School DM vlTOP   LTIJi  the alternatives to rarpord purdarorient. fflgnly-qualified Fr^^  discusses tier lecture With teachers Harry Turner, left, and Mike Bujan. Use 'Tlmos' AdbrloH to Soil. Ront, Buy, Swap mtc.  -%-%m  HERON  _tJ_t-7'"'-- --���,ia__iw__w"^wr*C��H-*v-��>��� - '��� ��� ,r.,J.vtmi^'*"*" ��� '".  OIBSONS HARBOUR  HOURS: MON-FRI, 8 AM-8 PM  ,   SAT-SUN, 8 AM-5 PM  NOW OPEN  FOR  1��_��; -i p  Try our Homemade  Shepherd's Pie,  Welsh Rarebit or  Roast B��ef  SOMETHING DIFFERENT EACH DAY"  FULL FACILITIES  Drop off your Peninsula Tlmo>  . ��� _.��� f |rm_j_tl_i__ri _ir_  ~WtrPm%miM10*nt!t'-  BRIWE?  INTRODUCTORY BRIDGE LESSONS  ��� TUESDAY, 7)30 PM  BLADE  ROAST  Canada Gr. A  CROSS RIB ROAST  TURKEY  "U*. 10-16 lbs.  ._.���__��  .���n.19  PORK SHOULDER ROASTS  .lb.  COTTAGE ROLLS  Fletcher's  '1.29  t'2.19  GROCERY  CO-OP PURE APPLE JUICE  48 fl. oz. . .ea j  MARGARINE 'r  . ea.  PINK SALMON c737 ...89  1.45  BLEACH i28��;oz.-. ��a. >5JO  AD filler  HH/tr C��*��pun��weetenod& OC  UKANUt JUlUt swe^Fefie^Wl^i^rrr���Tea; mmfmW  COFFEE Reg, fine ft whole, 1 Ib ea. mim99  BLACK TEA BAGS %? ~ 1.49  Co-op, 250 ml  ea.  French. Coleslaw, 1000 Island,  id  ea:  SALAD DRESSINGS _��^?!����_52"  DOG FOOD SS. 4i.,.97  BATHROOM TISSUE .Z,  KERNEL CORN .  Co-op,  2fl.oz.  2...79     FACIAL TISSUE __? ��, .65  FANCY CREAM CORN uT,  KIDNEY BEANS unL  2ior.79  PAPER TOWELS���_.  Co-op  , ea.  1.01  2o .85     DETERGENT  Co-op  lemon 32 oz. .,.    .  ea.  PEANUT BUTTER   smooth, 48 oz ea. -E-iOO  CRACKERS  ���Co-op,   Unsalted & salted 2 Ib ea.  1.13  1.42  ASSORTED SOUPS ��7  * ,i   I.   . I   it   ���   i   t   i   i  ea.  m mJLm*  Co-op 10 oz.  TOMATO & VEGETABLE SOUP 4..r.99  Co-op 7-1/4 ox. _* __��_*_  MACARONI & CHEESE DINNER 3...79  FR00T-L00PS ���_t_T.  INSTANT COFFEE ��ru  .ea.:  DOLE PINEAPPLE  1?fl.oz   PUMPKIN PIE FILLING 2bh.oz.  1.25  .ea.i  . ea.  ea.  FROZEN FOODS  Co-op  ORANGE JUICE 6-1.2 oz   Zfor.89  Co-op  21b   . .ea.  HARDWARE  SOLID COLOR  COFFEE MUGS   ea. I  MEN S T-SHIRTS  Navy & White ,. ea. 4E.M��I��I  LETTUCE  Canada  No. 1 .  ���a.  Red Delicious,  Golden DoHclous  APPLES  CoUo Can. No. 1  CAULIFLOWER  v' '  lbs. ���'  oa.  Lowor Olbsoni ��� 886*2522  CO-OP  PRICES EFFEaiVE FEB 28MARCH 3.  v \  Machinery  Legal Notices  PageB-2       The Peninsula Times   February 28,1979  7r  Work Wanted  Announcements  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous  Meeting, every Thurs., 8:30  pm, Wilson Creek Community  Hall. 885-2896 or 885-3394. 4816-  ti       .     ���  Coming Events  SUMMER HOCKEY School -  Well established hockey  school in Southern Interior  B.C. Showing excellent  returns. Full registrations  ���annu-lLv^_Apply:-_l546-~West-���  Lynn Drive, Kamloops, B.C.  V2B5Z5. Ph. 376-4482.   3640-14  Help Wanted  For Rent.  Real Estate  Boats and Engines  WANTED: Person capable of  creating and overseeing an  on-going advertising program  for a group of companies on  Part time or freelance basis,  lease enclose background  resume and guide of expected  rates or hourly charge. Reply  to: PO Box 741, Sechelt, B.C.  V0N3A0. . 3624-14  WANTED: Young aggressive  Manager for Building  Supply and ���A_aaciate_L  Wholesale Merchandise  Salesroom on the Sunshine  Coast,���Sechelt���Beninsulat-  Experienced   and   proven  applicants only are requested  to forward resumes to PO Box  1733, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0..  3625-14  FAMILY DANCE, March 3,  Roberts Creek Community  Hall, 7-11 p.m., music by  Moonlight Rider, $2 per  person. All ages welcome.    >                368^14 WANTED:    Manufacturer  i�� ___.__,��_.:__ requires a person with  In Memoriam               , sufficient   experience   to   : r manage a  complete  paint-  BOYD,    GLADWYS:     In wallpaper & decorating centre  memory of a beloved fnend. m $rCMt. Experienced ap-  who passed away March 3, pUcants only. Please forward  1?78. ���������������: ���.��������� resume to PO Box 1733,  "Today recalls sad memories Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0. 3626-14  of a friend gone to rest    "And the ones who thinkof her- spARE  TIME   Conuiiisaion  today  ............. sales Persons.  For in-  Are the ones who loved her teresting work. Knowledge of  best." colour coordination an ad-  ��� Always remembered by vantage. Car necessary. Ph.  Tommy, Helen and John 885-2283-ask for John!.   3637-  Sinclair.                     3670-14 j4  Obituary  PIERCE: Passed away Feb.  24,1979, Louise Pierce, late  of Sechelt, in her 72nd year.  Survived by her husband, Rod  Pierce, son Gordon Kemp  and 3 grandchildren. Private  funeral arrangement through  Devlin Funeral Home, Gibsons.* 14  Personal  DIVORCE! $100 Plus Filing  Fees ��� Obtain your uncontested divorce - fast - over  the telephone. Our forms and  typing services are lawyer  approved. Call Self-Counsel  Services toll free (112) 800-663-  3035. Chargex and Master-  charge accepted.        4325-tfn  INCORPORATE yourself -  fast - over the telephone.  Our forms and typing services  are lawyer approved. Call.  Self-Counsel Services toll free  (112) 800-663-3035. Chargex  and Mastercharge approved.  4324-tfn  MRS.   MADELLA.  Spiritual  reader and adviser. Palm  and Tarot Card reading. She  will  help_ you  with  your  f>roblems in business, health,  ove affairs, sickness, where  others have failed. Special  reading by mail, with free  monthly horoscope. Send $10,  date of birth and year to: Mrs.  Madella, PO Box 69784, Stn. K,  Vancouver, B.C..V5K 4Y7. Ph.  251-3697. 3581-14  NEED A DIVORCE? For free  information and  professional, fast inexpensive  lawyer-designed services,  contact: Vancouver Divorce  "^rv!c��,~^734"WrBiwaway;���'  Vancouver, B.C. V6J1Y1. Ph.  736-2684. ...    3582-14  STOP BED wetting now ~  Free your youngster from  camping and "staying-over"  limitations. Eliminates  embarrassment. Prevent  behaviour deterioration. Have  a happy fam IJyl No drugs, no  diets, no electric shocks, no  beverage restrictions. For  Free Into, send age, sex, etc.  to Nite Guard Method Ltd., 85  -1133 Findlay Rd. JKelowna. A  company with 20 years experience In B.C. 3641-14  MRS. JACEA. Spiritual, tarot  card, palm reader. Past,  present, future, business,  love, marriage. If bad luck  experienced write problems  with full date of birth and send  with $10 to 2633 East Hastings  Streot, Vancouver, B.C. V5 K  1Z5. Phone 255-3246.     3852-14  Help Wanted  IIIIELP GREENPEACE  Holpll Sellers urgently  needed for tho Greenpeace  'Go Anywhere' lottery. Make  money! Save life I II Important Notice 11 During the  mall strike Greenpeace 'Go  Anywhere' lottery tickets will'  bo distributed by Greenpeace  volunteers. The number to call  in tills urou Is: 01)0-5051 or  Greenpeace Vancouver 730-  0321. ,     4921-tfn  AVAILABLE for full or part-  time work, Income potential  $200 part-time, $400 full time.  Car needed, call 800-9144, 9  nm-9 pm. 3480-14  -CHALLENGING flfllofi  position available In advertising department of  Cariboo community  newspaper. Managerial advancement possible for, right  "T)ersonr-"R'etalli"*"!raleff'**'iBX^  Eorlonco and ,*marketing  ackground an asset. Send  resume In confidence to  Paulottc Ernst, Mgr, Dir,,  Cariboo Observer. Box 4400.  Quesnel, B.C. VW3J3, ,3477>tt  I       "r  CHIEF FORESTER - Crows  Nest Industries Limited  requires an aggressive RPF  to fill the position of Chief  Forester at its Elko office.  The applicant will have a  minimum of 5 years experience in Interior TSHL  operations and several years  ot Supervisory experience.  The successful candidate will.  report to the Woodlands,  manager and will be  responsible for all Forestry  aspects of the Company's  annual cut of over 200,000  cunits. Responsibilities will  include Supervision of  Forestry Staff, Annual  forestry budgets, Cutting  applications, Appraisals,  Forestry projects, Annual  reports and the Intensive  Forestry Program on the  Company's private tree farm  of % million acres. Please  send resume in confidence,  stating salary level, to:  Executive Secretary, Crows  Nest Industries Limited, PO  Box 250, Fernie, B.C. V0B  1M0. 3647-14  HELP WANTED - Licensed -  alignment mechanic for tire  store. New equipment and  facilities. Top working conditions, wages plus commission. Apply Wootton Tire,  Box 1207, 742-2661, Stettler,  Alberta T0C2L0. 3648-14  CUSO OVERSEAS Job  Openings: single carpenters, auto mechanics with  journeyman's papers. Two  year contract. Salary: Local *  rates. Write CUSO 2524  Cypress Street, Vancouver,  B.C.V6J3N2. 3649-14  EXPERIENCED CIRCULAR  SAW .FILER TO ASSUME  F I LIN G RO O M  CHARGEHAND POSITION  IN INTERIOR SAWMILL.  INTERESTED APPLICANTS  APPLY IN WRITING TO:  MAINTENANCE  SUPERINTENDENT, RIM  FOREST PRODUCTS, NO. 20,  POWELL ROAD, RR 1,  SOUTH HAZELTON, B.C.  V0J 2R0 OR PHONE (604) 842-  5266. 3051-14  FULL-TIME employ for exp'd  gardener. Must have phone.  Vehicle an asset. 805-6033 or  886-2668. 3678-14  START right away to earn  money in your own area, at  your own time. Car helpful..  885-25507 3664-18  CLASS 2 or 3 Welder req'd by  local sorting operation.  Fabrication and repair work.  10 hrs. por day, 4 on, 4 off.  Inquire: Box 279, Madeira  Park, B.C. VON 2H0.    3600-14  RECEPTIONIST-TYPIST.  Part-time position, 9:30 to  2:30 p.m., 5-day week incl.  Saturday. Varied duties.  Please forward resume to Box  1490, Sechelt. 3669-14  M.l-i   , I   ..,.���_. ��� �����,.������,������.-..���.��.���W������ ��� ���.������ ��� ���_.|  Work Wanted  PEERLESSTREE  SERVICES LTD.  l_st us care for your trco  needs:  -Topping  -Falling  -Limbing  Insured work  "Our reputation  speaks for Itself"  ph.8B5-2109  3283-tf  WINDOW CLEANING  Hourly or Contract  ,   free estimates  -"^^MWrWdayr ���~  ��� ��� ~���~~ ���-. 3527.tf  KU2CTIUC Contractor, unbeatable,     reasonably  priced. Phono now, 007-0300,  086-0285,000-7010,        3520*11  EXPERIENCED Dutch lady  will do gen'l cleaning by the  hour. 885-5292. - 3540-14  JOURNEYMAN   Shipwright  seeks work. Exp. in all  aspects boatbuilding;  house  . carpentry & cabinet work.  ReUable worker,, reas. rates.  For free est. & professional  job, call Allan May, 885-5765.  4578-tf.  CLAPPCONCRBTJE   Placing and Finishing. AH  Types of Concrete Work.  Patios, Floors, Foundations.  Driveways. Custom Work.  Concrete leakage problems:'  Seepage or high pressure  leaks.  Phone Wayne Clapp  for free estimates  885-2125    .  after 7 p.m. ,  Box 1341 Sechelt   '.  4437-tfn  SPRING CLEANING - need  help? 886-7069,886-9324.  3571-15  EVERGREEN    Garden  --- Maintenance���Last chance^  for fruit tree pruning. Book  now for Rototimng. 885-5033 or  880-2668. 3679-16  Business Opportunities  EXCELLENT business opportunity : become a  Chimney Sweep. All equip't  needed plus training. Call Lee  Christian anytime. 883-0171.  3554-tf  OPPORTUNITY for Financial Independence.  Restaurant franchises  available. Increase profits,  Open a Donut Shop. Largest  Donut line anywhere, Write  Holey Treat Donuts, Box 1028,  Grand Forks, B.C.       3645-14  DAWSON CITY - Retail Store-  Grocery, Hardware, etc.  Volume $650,000;' also 3 bdrm  house. Details write "Yukon",  2500 - 1177 W. Hastings St.,  Vancouver, B.C. or phone  (604)685-3511. 3646-15  HARDWARE, gSggfig  Supply and FurnitTuTstore.  Modern facilities, ideal  location, well established. Box  2320, Salmon Arm, B.C. V0E  2T0. 3653-14  TURN YOUR Free Home  Hours into Cash Dollars!  Send self-addressed stamped  envelope to: H&S Agencies,  "Suite 310 ^96_~Cavell Street,  Duncan, B.C. V9L1N9. 3654-14  FAST FOOD Restaurant. New  Building. Good lease. Good  clientele. Suit owner-operator.  Central Vancouver Island,  B.C. Easy business to learn.  Reply to Box 548, Parksville,  B.C. 3655-14  FOR RENT:  Wilson Creek  Community   Hall.   Call  .Mabel Dooley at 885-9804.  3691-tf  MAPLE CRESCENT,Apart-  ments. 1, 2 & 3 bdrm apts,  Reas. rent. Incl. , heat,  cablevision, stove, fridge. 886-  7836 or apply Apt. No. 103-A.  412Wfn  COTTAGES,    weekly , -or.  -   monthly^ Housekeeping-  units,   furnished,   TV.   Rift;  Motel7886-2401. ���        42494ft  1970 D6C - angle blade, free  spool winch. ROPS canopy,  guarded for logging, 70 per  cent running gear, excellent.  J46.500,. J974_Paciflc_logging  truck, Columbia trailer,  (Cummins-engine, 13 speed,  radials, low mileage, $42,000.  Wanted: Hydraulic log1  loaders, truck or track mount,  Automatic Sprinkler Installation Madeira Park  Elementary School, Pender  Harbour. School District 46.  Tenders due-March-29th, -1979-  at 2 p.m. PO Box 220, Gibsons,  B.C. VON 1V0. Bid documents  and information can be obtained from J.P. Fire  Protection Advisors Ltd., P.O^  2 BDRM hooe, Sechelt area.  Fully furn'd. Stone's throw  from beach. Fantastic view on  Vz acre. Loads of extras, Near  marine, boating & fishing.  Sacrifice at $39,000 obo. 985-  8463. 3572-15  23' NEW fibreglass boat. Can  be used for camp or log  salvage. 487-9285. 3457-14  _njrsizerpIeasecall-_71-0343���Box^30r^ardeinB��ry7~B;C  or687-2872. 3650-14    VON ISO. Ph. 883-9248  Livestock  3677-Pub. SPT Feb. 28, March  7, 1979.  -EOUR-JBDRM_mobile.,horhe7,���  Set  up  in  West  Sechelt'  Trailer Park. Ref. required.-  Ph, 885-2600.     . tfn  W. SECHELT waterfront.  Fully furn'd 4 bdrm home oh  excel't beach. Fridge, stove,1  washer, dryer,.freezer, dish?',  washer, auto oil heat. Until  June 28. Ph. 224-1876.    3458-tf.'.  2 BDRM HOUSE, beautiful  view. Garden, 1 blk from  govt wharf, close to schools,  Fridge, stove, fireplace. $295"  per mo,_Available now. 986-'  3765. 3461-14  1 LARGE Office and Store,  Lower   Gibsons.    View,  overlooking Howe Sound. Ph.  581-0995 collect. 3484-14  2 BDRM duplex ste. Waterfront, yr-round. 885-2754.    r\  3485-14.  1 BDRM WF   fully  furn'd,  cottage, $225 per mo. Avail.,  immed. 883-9098. 3530-tf  $300 PER MO. 2 bdrm, 2 bath,  house  in  Village.   Kids  welcome. 885-2688.       3454-14,  l.BR APT in Sechelt. Stovefc-  fridge & heat incl. $185. 885-  9344. 3244-tf,  1 BDRM trailer,: no pets. $195'  per mo. 885-2079.        3339-tf  2 BDRM cottage, near beach.'  $195 per mo. 926-1024.3555-15  NEW 3  BR  house,  Wilson  Creek.    Fridge,. stove,  drapes  incl.  $310  per  mo/  Ref s. 885-2235. 3580-15  HOUSE   FOR   RENT.   W. /  , Sechelt. 3 bdrm, basement, ���  2 yrs old, $350 per mo. ,885--  2762. 3609-15' F  2 BDRM WF home, 462-7563.  3611-15  GO TO Hawaii in style. Ask  for details at  Suncoast  Chrysler, 885-5111. DL 2180.  3618-15  HALFMOON BAY  $40,900  * 31 BEDROOM _.',  JLlOJOEliCOL  - * 3 YEAR OLD HOME  * FULL BASEMENT  ���ADDITIONAL   BEDROOM  '    DOWN  . SUNDECK ,W1TH\ CAR-. ..  PORT UNDER  * INCLUDE    l/50th    INTEREST   IN   WATERFRONT  LOT.    ,  CALL  885-3583  .165     Mercruiser  rebuilt;  353 GM - used; 371  Nissan - used; Volvo  AQD 40-280 leg - new;  50 HP Mercury outboard - used.  "120 Mercruiser -  new.  BOAT MOVING  IMMEDIATE REPAIR SERVICE  _ 7 DAYS A WEEK, _  GARDEN BAY  MARINE SERVICES  LTD.  Sinclair Bay Road  883-2722  4355-tfn  CERTIFIED  Farrier, Hans  Berger is coming to Coast.  Contact Sunshine Farm. 898-  3751. , 994-tfn  DR.NICKKIEIDER  is available for veterinary  work every Monday, Practice  limited to horses only.  For appointment   ���please call:  BE A CHIMNEY Sweep -  Your Own Business - A'  chimney sweep can clean a  chimney, with the Derby  Sweep System in one hour.  Nationally the average charge  is  $40. [Many  sweeps   are  making over $1,000 ,per..week.   A growing need - the energy  crisis has resulted in a  dramatic Increase in wood  burning. Wood smoke deposits  flammable Creosote in  chimneys. Regular cleaning is  required to prevent fire  damage. Derby Sweeps International - the system that  can put you in business this  month. Phone or write  Cyclops Holdings Ltd., 10228 -  162nd Street, Surrey, B.C. VSR  6N7. Phone (604) 585-2433.  3657-14  Wanted to Rent  COUPLE with child, 2 bdrm  cottage  on  WF or  near  beach, Treasonable rent. 885-  9258. 3553-15  2 BDRM homo for Mar. 1,  prefer Pender Harbour,  Monty Rolstpn, 883-2248. 3532-  14  YOUNG RESP. working  couple looking for small  cottage on or near WTy year-  round rental. No children, no  pots. 800-7079. 3538-14  RETIRED couple desire 2-3  bdrm home by May 1, pref.  Sechelt area. Exc. ref. Ph.  collect 022-6944 or 885-2981  after 0. 3030-14  For Rent  TRAILER spaces  In  West  Socholt.    1    doublewido  24x40 singes. 005-2079.   4224-  tfn  SUITES FOR RENT  CENTRALSECHELT  LANG BLOCK  One"S bldrm,ww IM lr, love,  fridge, washer, dryer, storage  and carport, $272.  One 1 bdrm stove, fridge,  washer, dryer, storage, and  ,.....���._^.B8|i880. ,.., ������,  or885-B80fl  3001-14  MADEIRA PARK: 4 yr old  , 1000 sq ft 3 bdrm vacation  home. Fireplace, patios. %  block to beach. $38,500 firm.  Write: H. Bicker, 10834-141A  St., Surrey, B.C.V3R3J8.  3531-14  PENDER HARBOUR -  VDuncan Bay. Charming,  quiet seclusion, view lot, near  'sea and lake. Paved road, city  amenities. FP $10,000. $1000  down, $100 mo. at 3 pet. 885-  ���2998, Mrs. Ruth Walker. 3533-  17,  W. SECHELT. 3 bdrms,  master enste, contemp.  design home. Lge family  Wtchen, floor to ceiling fp,  thermo windows, cedar-  , planked ceiling, panelled  'feature wall, heated garage  under bsmt roughed in. FP  $58,900,885-2762. 3404-tf  'WANTED: Waterfront prop.  Pender Harbour area. P.  Moore, 479 Saville Cr., N. Van.  V7N3A9.988-5498.        3633-16  4-PLEX in beautiful Shuswap.  5 miles out of town. 4 years  old. Half-acre nicely treed.  Low taxes. Close to school,  shopping. $87,500. Box 1123,  Salmon Arm, B.C. or phone  832-4122.. 3656-15  SHUSWAP LAKE - 3.25 acres  semi-lakefront in downtown  Salmon Arm. Recreational  zoning. Priced to sell, $96,000  firm. Box 2350, Salmon Arm,  B.C. 832-7088. 3658-14  19' K&C Freshwater cooled.  Trim tabs, sounder, compass, radio, etc., $4,500. 885-  2051 eves. , 3628-16  23' BAYLINER NisquaUy 2  stn, command bridge, fully  equp'd. Galley, std-up head,  CB radio, sounder, Bennett  tabs, swimgrid, etc. 200-280  Volvo FWC, low hrs., like new  cond., $15,900 obo. 885-2126.  3680-16  Aarine Multiple Listing Services  SAIL  , 32'SEAFARE... $20,000  25' CAL  (unique) $12,500  26'REIN ELI    Offers  WHITE CAP  YACHT BROKERS  POWER  36'CRUISER ...$27,900  27'CAL GLASS. $22,500  25'TOLLYCRAFT. $6,000  H*_.._-   886-7434  EQUINE VET  CENTRE  ���112-530-5344 (Langley)--  or Diana Starbuck  886-9739  .....  _ . 4213-tfn  HORSESHOEING. Call Bob  Hopkins eves. 886-9470. 3300->  tfn  CHICKS - brown egg layers,  white Leghorns, white  Rocks. Order early-ship  anywhere. Napier Chick  Sales, 6743-216th St., Box 59,  Milner, B.C. VOX 1T0. 534-  7222. 3462-tf  WELSH mountain pony. Well-  trained and gentle. 886-8015  after 3 pm. 3615-15  RUMOURS help spread the  cause. Your best car deal is  at Suncoast Chrysler. 885-5111.  DL2180. 3621-15  Pets  FREE to good home, neutered  poodle cross. 883-2241 btwn 8  &6. 3496-14  Cars and Trucks  7'74 FORDiWindow���>yan,:jiew.  ~ tires, reb���'t transmission.  $2500 obo. 885-3258.        3261-tf  73  RED Capri.  2000   cc,  ���buckets,- 4 - spd,  trk, -A-l  shape, clean, no rust, $2300.  886-2581.   . 3492-14  REGISTERED Chocolate  Labrador Puppies from X-  rayed clear parents, Champion bloodlines, show and field  trial. Price $200. Inquiries  phone Cobble Hill, B.C. 112-  743-2470. 3644-14.  TO GIVE away: beautiful  long-hair lonely female  kitten with 4 white paws to  good home. Call 885-3464  before 7 p.m. weekdays. 3667-  14  Lost  RING OF 5 or 6 keys, Sunnycrest Mall area, 2 wks. .  ago/885-323L7;7;. .-;    ; 568^14  Wanted to Buy *  LOGS OR TIMBER wanted,-  fir, Hemlock of cedar.  Porpoise Bay Logging Ltd.  885-9408 or 885-2032.     ' 4485-tf  Prorlncftof Ministry of  BrttUhCotumb-        Forests  Vancouver Forest Region  NOTICE OF TREE  PLANTING CONTRACTS  Sealed tenders for the  following > tree planting contracts will be received by the  Regional Manager, British  "ColumbiarForest"Service, 355  Burrard Street, Vancouver,  B.C. V6C 2H1 on the dates  shown beloWi-���------���- =  1 Contract 92K4-39, Located  Eric Lake, Ranger Distric  17, Campbell River.  Number of Trees 63,000.  NOTEV, Viewing of the  planting site prior to submitting a tender for this  contract is not mandatory.  Deadline for receipt of,  tenders is 3:30 p.m. 1 March  1979.  2 Contract 92K4-40, Located  Greenstone Creek, Ranger  District 17 Campbell River.  Number of Trees 51,000.  NOTE:- Viewing of the  planting site prior to submitting a tender for this  contract is not mandatory.  Deadline for receipt of  tenders is 3:30 p.m. 1 March  1979.  3. Contract 92G13-22, Located  Tzoonie River, Ranger  District 7, Sechelt. Number  of trees 37,000.  NOTE: Viewing of the  planting site prior to submitting a tender for this  contract is not mandatory.  Deadline for receipt of  tenders is 3:30 p.n_ 1 March  1979.  4 Contract 92F154, Located  Okeover Inlet, Ranger  District 9. Powell River.  Number of Trees_272000_.  NOTE: Viewing of the  planting site, prior to submitting a. tender for this  contract is not mandatory.  Deadline for receipt of  tenders is 3:30 p.m. 1 March  1979.  5 Contract 92K7-10, Located  Quatam River, Ranger  District 10, Lund. Number  of Trees 50,000.  ���NOTE.:. Viewing, of the  ^'planting site, prior".�� sub-  -'v-mittihg -astetider"*for this  ''���-��� contract is* not mandatory.  ���=��� Deadline for receipt of  tenders is 3:30p.m. 1 March  -:1979^zVrr^TT-r--:- ���. _  /VtoWle-Homes-  6. Contract 92L15-7, Located  Warner Bay, Ranger  District   16.   Port  Hardv.  One bedroom  apartments  * Balconies  * Colored Appliances  * View  * Wall to wall.carpet  3S  * Intercom  * Controlled Entrance  * Cablevision  Rent from $190.00  Call DOUG FERRIS  886-2283  WEST     SECHELT.     Im  maculate 1 yr. old home, I  1.264 sq. ft. on main floor, 2 ;  fireplaces, rumpus room den,  4 bdrms. Avail. April 1. No ;  L&M Radiators, 1449  Charlotte Rd., N. Van. 986-  5334. Automotive & Industrial  cooling specialists. Pick up &  . delivery can be arranged. Call  now for fast, economical  service. 4024-tfn  ���72   MODUUNE   12x48,   2  bdrm, good cond., $8,400 or  offer. 926-1024. 3296-tfn  '74 EMBASSY. 12 x 64 reverse  aisle. 3 bdrm, furn'd includ.  washer, dryer. Good cond.  Call after 5.885-2472.    3659-16  AMERICAN 10x40, porch 8x8.  Big Maple Crt. Furn'd_ w-w,  goodcond'n.885-2538.   3455-14  i 12x66' 4 BDRM. Priced for  ��� quick sale. 885-2600  anytime, 3489-tf  1970 2  BDRM   MH,   good  cond'n, 885-6030.       3563-15  '68 CAMAROSS, black on  7 black.     Immaculate,  recently  restored.  Ask  for  Chris or Neil, 885-2727. 3561-15  y m- ���-...- ��� _���������.���. ,,,-.,.-.,.11��� ���,.___���;'���;��������� ���i.���.*  '70 GTO convertible, 400 c.i.  hi-perf. New top. $2200. 885-  2454. 3564-15  "60 PONTIAC in running cond.  $100,885-9829. ,3569-15  '75 DODGE Coronet stn. wgn.  49.000 mi,  318  c.i.,  good.  cond'n. $2200.885-5252, 3607-15  WANTED: water well pump.  886-7294 eves. 3623-15  For Sale  DID YOU know the deals are  pete. $400 per month or $380 , ���gS& "ftlsSffifaBt- ^S  lease. Ph. 885-2980.       362746 -> 885*5111. PL 2180. 3819-16  Par Quick R*inlli  Ui. TlnMHAdbrl.fiI  -16,  2 BDRM house, WF Sechelt  area. 435-6461. 3630-16  1 BDRM BSMT ste In Gibsons.  Living room, dining room,  kitchen, bthrm with shower,  spacious, carpeted thro'. $225 -  per mo, Incl. utilities. Phono  Chuck Dowman, Century  West Real Estate (1978) Ltd..  885-3271. 3008-14  2 BDRM mod. home, ample  attic and bsmt storage. Eff.  boated. Also 2 bdrm large  mod. duplex. For particulars  ph. 885-2014. 3071-10  ,,..���_���._��� iii...jri.L...iii.���ini. m    ii..) .mi iirii.nriu_iiifr-<i)TirijiniiiT       "���*'  3 BDRM  HOUSE,   lower j  Gibsons. Beautiful view. '  Extra rm, in bsmt. 886-9957,     ���  3073-16  2 SLEEP-IN rms. with kitchen I  nnd liv. rm, facilities, $125 \  por mo. Light and hoat Incl,.  880-9088. 3081-14'  ' ___���__-_-.-__^_^^_________, "''  UNFURN'D  2  bdrm,  $226. i  Redrooffs Rd. 88IWI531. 3084- ;  16 ;  Real Estate    HAVE IT alll Roberta Creek.  view, 1300 sq. ft., 3 bdrm, I  bath, family rm, fireplace,  large lot, IH yrs, old, $63,500.  p,m.Ph.6!lfl-73l(l.        3000-10  WANTED: WFT or vlow ppty .  with wator access. Reply  C.E. Parr, 5070 Redonda Dr.,  N, Van, V7R3K2.002-0200.  -    .!���'��� 3578-16  Boats and Engines  HEADWATER MARINA LTD,  Good wlntor moorage  1.25 per foot-  20 ton marine ways  DRYLANDSTORAGE  Down Narrows Rd.  Madolra Park  883-2400 24 hrs.  4900-tfn  GENUINE DETROIT  DIESEL PARTS  PENDER HARBOUR  DIESEL CO.  HIWAY 101  PENDER HARBOUR  883-2616  Rebuilt 6V53 Marino .  For Sale or Exchange.  WANTED: nnprox 14�� alum.  Iwat & trailer. Must bo In  good cond'n, No motor, 112-  022-7474 or Box 310 D, Socholt.  ^J       3657-16  IM* ._5TAhnnttopr._9 Chev on  Volvo leg,.Full gaUey,  loaded with extras. Except  cond'n. 080-7004, 3401-tf  30'TROLLER with valid sea  licence, 880-2000.      3005-10  '75 HONDA, good cond'n, low  mileage.  $1800  obo.   Call  suppertune, 885-3387.   3616-15  "  "���"���'��������������������� ii-i.i-i-i.��.i���|���i...���������  i. .  '73 FORD COURIER pick-up.  Good running cond., $1,750.  885^857. 3634-14  '73 YEGA, ��67 Dodge Dart  convertible, '62 Rambler  wagon. Offers. 885^409.   3665-  16  ���68 % TON Ford, $1,200. 885-  5354. 3682-14  COMET GT low mile, 1972  with 4 like-new Mlchelln  radials on mags and 2 with  studs, new disc brakes and  shocks, radio, scoop, V-8,  offers to $3,400.885-2603. 3687-  M  FOR 4x4, low mileage, 1972,  CB, 12'* radials. chrome  rims, taphometer, v-8, radio,  headers, $4,400. Offers and  trades consld. 885-2503. 3080-14  '73 BRONCO 4x4 with V-fl  std. trans., RR seat, radio  HD susp, and near-new tires,,  $3,500. Call 885-3311.     3083-14  Campers and trailers  FOR SMALL truck, sleeps 3  nlcoly. Has stove, fridge,  asking $1,200.886-2051 eves.  ,    _    '��� 3620-16  HEAVY DUTY utility trailer,  now tires, $375.885-3074.  _______________ 3fl3fl"1B  13' TRILLIUM flbrelgas  trailer, 975 lbs., built lor  small and compact cars.  Stove, fridge, furnace, sink,  enclosed toilet, elec. brakes.  Exc. cond., $3,600.885-0008.  3062-14  Machinery  1 ^^-"������*-'w���-_,...-_-i^.^v..i_^^_-Y--Ji^^:f-...;^i.|-^^^^..^ ^y, j,.^||-'M| -y,^/y^,|y^|,'_VJjjj-jj^^-  ���70 MACK��tandem dump  truck, 13 yd Reliance box, fl  cyl, now 8 & 4 trans, now rear  end. new turbo, now hoist (26T  Hell), 485-2217, Powell River,  after 6 pm. k , 8728-14  LUMBER: 2x4s -10 ft; 2x6s -  20 ft; 3x8s - 60 ft; 2xl0s-45  ft. Ph. 522-3328. 3460-tf  EARLY   SPECIAL   rotted  manure from Mainland.  Also topsoil. 536-3732.   3482-14  HIDE-A-BED,  grn;   kitchen  ste;  8-track player recorder; TV stand. 885^098.   3545-  14  Number of Trees 83,000.  Viewing Date February 22,  1979, leaving Ranger Station  at 9 a.m.  NOTE: viewing of the  , planting site prior to submitting a tender for this  contract is mandatory.  Deadline for receipt of  tenders is 3:30 p.m. March  1,1979.  Tenders must be submitted on  the form and in the envelope  supplied , which, with particulars, may be obtained  3 SPD. Raleigh bike, like new  cond. 883-9665. 3631-16  I  24" ELEC. Range (white), 4  yrs. old, well cared for.  Have purchased larger one.  $100 cash. 885-9049.       3632-14  SUPER CUB 150 hp, 2300 hrs.  tt, 1100 hrs. on engine, 200  since top, New prop, new  fabric 1971. Mk-12 VOR-LOC,  12C ADF. No damage, never  on floats. Phone 465-6063. 3642-  14  '  R.V. RENTALS  CAMPINGTHE  FUNWAY  Camper Rentals  Fully Equipped & Insured. $70  per week (winter rates in  effect till June 1).  Book early  885-2600  3408-tfn  'LGE *AMT.   of  bmbroidery  paint. $05; % size black 120  bass Tltano accordion, $125.  885-3107 or 886-9882.      3577-16  HOMEUTE   Super   Mini  chainsaw, IMj yrs, used very  little, 16" bar, $126.885-6252.  3005-15  1% TON TRUCK camper,  fridge, 3 burner range w-  ovon, sink, wator tank,  propane tank, furnace, sleeps  p people. Reasonable price.  Olivetti Lottora 35 manual  portable typewriter w-  carrylng case, llko now, $126.  005-3527 eves. 3012-16  HAPPINESS la a new car and  a trip to Hawaii from  Suncoast Chrysler. Ask for  details, 88W11L DL2180,3022-  15  QUALITY" Wood Heaters.  .. Ulefos.of��Norway,.-Petit  Godln of Franco, Krosno  combination heater-fireplace.  Dealers throughout B.C, Write  Miles Ind., 1293 Marino Dr., N.  Vnn.,B.C,V7PlT3.     3584-14  from the Forest Ranger fs)  indicated or from tne  Regional Manager, 355  Burrary Street, Vancouver,  B.C. V6C2H1.  The lowest or any tender will  not necessarily be accepted.  3639-Pub. SPT. Feb. 28, 1979.  For Sale  SHELL of 'Silverllner' tent  trailer, good tires, new  wheel bearings, new wiring,  ,needs new canvas, sleeps 6.  $200.885-5252. 3600-15  PRIVATE TIMBER. Fir and  cedar. 880-7731. 3635-14  See More Classifieds  PageB-3  Woodburn Stove*  & Fuel Ltd.  Wood stovoa by Flahor,  Lakovyood, Sodoro Valloy,  Comfort and Findlay,  Distributors In Wostorh  Canada of tho Kerr Scotsman  and Korf Tltqn wood flfod  bollor. Doalors Inquiries Invited, Northorn Hoatllnor and  Shaw Zoro Cloaranco,  Wood/oil furnacos, Insulalod  plpo, accossorlos and IIMIuqs  110   Fall   Av��.,  North   V .ncouvar  9B7-08H  DRESS  MAKING  by  EXPERIENCED  SEAMSTRESS  "fijioniflftgiftg'  .   in ^ocowiwiig  o2aw()ofi'oVj((i8"     \  CaU  886*7916  after 5:00 p.m. fr  _._.f_  Real Estate  For Sale  For Sale  For Sale  STD. INTERIOR door, 31%"  wide x 6' 8", $15 obo. 886-  9275Sat.&Sun. 3674-16  OLD GROWTH cedar fence  posts, rnd or split, 6" top,  !1.50h7%utopi$2;-largerones-  or gateposts or corners, $3-$4.  Quantity of guidelines,  shackles, rigging, boom-  chains. Skagit 4-drum donkey  engine. Also skidder, $4,000.  885-9767, Osborne Logging.  SELKIRK INSULATED  CHIMNEYS  Best prices on Coast  MACLEODS-SECHELT  4527-tfn  675-14  TWIN BEDS boxspring and  coil mattress, wood nead-  and foot-boards, $70 pr. Pair  of modern loveseats, good  cond., $70 pr. 885-3873.  3676-14  '68 VW STN. Wgn, good run.  order, $600 obo; 6' wide  wooden util trlr, $100.886-7370.  3691-14  RED CHESTERFIELD and  chairs, coffee table, lamps,  dc humidifier, mirror, uphol.  rocker, misc. doors and  windows. 883-2442.       3690-14  HAMMOND   Dolphin   chord  organ, new $1800, 1 yr old.  Asking $1000.883-2461 eves.  3528-14  BRAND NEW Metal  Newsstands, never used, set  up for 15 cents but can be  changed. Ideal for community  newspapers. We have 19 of  these newsstands for sale for  $1,700 or $100 each. Write  Times Printing & Publishing,  1422 Pembroke Ave., North  Vancouver, V7P 2S1 or phone  980-7531 days, evening 922-  7761. 36434m  AUTOMATIC Sears  Humidifier, $75; occasional  chairs, $10 ea.; 110 V plug-in  elec. stove, $10: iron bra, $10;  suitcases, $5-$20; Franklin  .firescreen, $10; fireplace  firescreen, $5; mesh playpen,  $15; new 2-door kitch. cupboard 3' x 1', $20; cartop  sleeper, $25.885-5068.   3663-14  MAJESTIC      3?*      zero  clearance   heatilator  fireplace  c-w glass  doors.  Price reasonable. 886-9957.  -    3672-16  DOORS! B.C.'s lowest prices.  Pre-hung interior $15.90;  pre-hung exterior $37.00;  fancy doors $49.00. Huge  stock! Walker's, ph. 206-7211,  1366 S.W. Marine Dr., Vancouver V6P5Z9; 3362-tf  SPEED QUEEN auto washer,  good shape,  needs some  repairs. 885-2669. 3565-15  PARTS for '68 or '60 Vauxhall  or Epic. Ph. Gord at 886-  2332. 3573-15  FISHER woodburning stoves,  for sale at A.C. Rentals,  Hwy. 101 & Francis Peninsula  Rd. 683-2585. 3217-tf  FISHER woodburning stove.  with the 10 year guarantee  can be seen at Radio Shack, J  &C Electronics.        4855-tfn  LADIES, Mens, Childrens,  Maternity Clothing, 'New &  Nearly New'. Encore  Boutique, 2445 Marine Dr., W.  Vancouver,-^22-2020, Mon-Sat,  10-5. 4457-tf  Uso Times' Adbrlofs  Wednesday, February 28,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageB-3  BOX 100  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  883-2233  TOLL FREE FROM  VANCOUVER:  689-7623  Member of Multipla Listing Service  HOMES  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 1596 sq ft 5 BR  home~ with' 3 bathrooms, partially  finished rec room, hot water heating, 5  appliances. Built 1976. 84,000.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES��� Luxurious 3 BR  cedar home, built 1975. View and many  extras. $105,000.  GULFVIEW ROAD ��� Madeira" Park,  fantastic view from this new home ��� 3  new appliances, fireplace. $87,000.  J __.LNJS LANDING ��� 3 BR~view home,  stone fireplace, ensuite, 6 appliances.  Close to marine. $75,000. One car taxi  business available with above for additional $10,000.  fllfc  FLORON  AGENCIES LTD.  95  Real Estate & Insurance  Box 238,1589 Marine Drive, Gibsons  886-2248   GIBSONS ��� Lower Village.  Fantastic view from LR and fine  built-in kitchen, 2 bdrms on  main floor with den or bdrm in  basement. On sewer. $48,500.  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 tovbeach, 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.  COACH ROAD ��� 2 bdrm home In secluded subdivision, nicely landscaped lot. Living room has high ceilings with large full-length windows  opening onto sunny garden, acorn FP: Kitchen Includes dining area.  "$43,0007    LOWER ROAD ��� Roberts Creek, 3 bdrm house with full basement on  large lot 110 x 145'. A/O heat, acorn FP In living room, sundeck, some  fruit trees. $48,000.  VETERANS ROAD ��� Comfortable 3 bdrm home, 2 baths, master bdrm  ensuite, lovely post and beam, stone FP In living room, A/O heat, extra  room In bsmt. Situated on large lot with good garden area. Must be seen.  BUILDING LOTS  I  LOWER GIBSONS ��� 3 lots, corner School Road and Hiway 101,  tremendous potential; high traffic area. $175,000.  GRANTHAMS ��� three lots on Reed Road. Good Investment property,  potential view. Asking $8,750 each.  ACREAGE ��� 6.9 acres on level lot; beautiful property with year-round  creek and well-treed with alder, maple and fir, Hiway access at Wilson  Creek, Would make fantastic private estate or other development. Call  John Black for map and details. 886-7316.  CHERYL ANN PARK ��� 2 lots 72 x 105', no rock, easy to build on, all  services, septic approved and beach access. $1,500 down, balance at  $125 per month @ 10-1/2%. Terrific Investment. On lower Cheryl Ann  Park towards beach.  WHARF ROAD ��� Langdale, good retirement area; lot 65 x 193'. Try your  offer.  ROSAMUND ROAD ��� Three lott cleared, reddy to build. Only $10,500  each.  GIBSONS - LEVEL CLEARED LOT IN Gibsons Village on, sewer and water,'  /  62 x 182', obtainable with small down payment of $3,500. Inquire for  further details.  ACREAGE ��� Five acres, secluded with creek across one corner. Beautiful  property in Roberts Creek area. Good Investment. Asking $23,000.  Two store for rent; Inquire for further details.  Evenings Call: John Black, 886-7316;  George Cooper. 886-9344  GARDEN BAY ��� 3 BR split level home,  built 1977. 6 appliances, 2 sundecks,  carport. Excellent view. Landscaped  seml-waterfront lease lot. $35,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� Near new 3  bdrm split level. Fireplace, sundeck &  carport. $60,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� interesting 4 BR view  home, architect designed. 5 major  appliances. $77,000.      &  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 12 x 44'  Glehdale mobile home with 430 sq ft  addition. On 2/3�� acre lot. $28,500.  MIDDLE POINT ��� 2 BR home, 1100 sq ft  on 9.5+ fairly level, treed1 acres. Well.  850+ ft frontage on Highway 101.  $49,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 4 BR home with view  on landscaped lot. Large workshop &  equipment storage area in back. Ideal  location for builder/contractor. $69,500.  CLAYDON ROAD, GARDEN BAY ��� 3 BR"  view home, full basement, built 1975.  Close to marina. $88,000.  GARDEN BAY ���4 BR home on 2 levels.  Electric heat. Landscaped, close to stores  8 marinas. $54,000.  LIILIES (PAQ) LAKE ��� 3 BR home on 5��  acres. Fruit trees, garden. View over  lake. $77,500.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR home,  built 1976. Ensuite, fireplace, double  carport, landscaped lot. $59,000.  .^���.���r<-\.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR view  home, thermopane windows, fireplace,  w/w, 3 bathrooms. Eosy walk to stores.  PO & marinas. $67,500.  NEAR MADEIRA PARK 4~ 2 BR home,  fireplace, sundeck, 3/4 acre lot on Hwy  101. $37,500.  J  j   IM  AND ACREAGE  i  i  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  LOTS  LOTS  1.  MADEIRA  PARK ���  serviced   tots.     6. MOBILE HOME LOTS ������ seven lots,  $7,000-$22,000.  2. FRANCIS PENINSULA  $9,0p0-$24,000.  serviced lots.  serviced   with    hydro   &   water,    on.  Cochrane Road,  Francis  Peninsula.  $11,000-$ 12,750.  3. GARDEN BAY AREA ��� view lots, on  Garden Bay estates & Sinclair Rd.  $13,500-$21,250.  4. SANDY HOOK ���view lot on Porpoise  Drive. $10,500.  5. PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES ~ Sinclair  Bay Road. Serviced lots, most with view,  three with ' .dkefrbritV ' Priced from  $10,000 to $37,500.  7.  BARGAIN  HARBOUR  treed, serviced. $25,000.  1.5 acres,  FRANCIS PENINSULA  1. 132 ft W/F in Pender Harbour,  1.8  acres, deep moorage. $50,000.  2. 83 ft W/F adjoining above  1.22+..  acres. $36,500.  3. 220�� ft low bank sheltered waterfront. 1.24 treed acres. $48,000.  SECRET COVE  Lot A on Wescan Road. Steep, but has  good building site & sheltered moorage.  On sewer system. $35,000.  8. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 8 nice  building lots at corner of Cochrane and  Cameron Roads, $11,000-$ 13,000.  ACREAGE  9. MADEIRA PARK Low priced lot on  Francis.. Peninsula. ..Rd,... serviced., with  Hydro & water. $7,000.  ACREAGE  1. MIDDLE POINT ��� 2.9 treed acres on  Hwy 101 with 949+. sq ft 2 BR home with  carport. Drilled well. $39,500.  2. GIBSONS ��� 8.75 acres level farm  land on Pratt Road with older home,  barn and storage shed, $35,500.  3. RUBY LAKE ��� 3+. treed acres, close  to public lake accett. $19,800.  4. Near Ruby Lake ��� 8.39 acres on Hwy  101. $25,000.  5.  Near  Madeira  Park  ���   15  acres,  2150+. ft on Hwy 101. $44,000.  6. Frdncls Peninsula ��� 1.8�� acres,  corner of Warnock and Francis Peninsula  Roads. $17,500.  7, KLEINDALE - 16* acres, with creek,  across Hwy 101 from Pender Harbour  Secondary School, $80,000.  8. WARNOCK ROAD ��� level lot, almost  one acre, Good soil, selectively cleared,  $24,000.  EARL  COVE  ���  5,57  acres, 450+   ft  sheltered   waterfront   adjoining   ferry  terminal.   Excellent  site  for   possible  '^etel;���'���hot��l/'''camper���tra1l'ey"''"|jarK'.','  $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 trailer-camper park & fishing  resort. This Is an excellent property  adjoining the Egmont Marina.  $170,000 ��� Owner will finance at  bank Interest rate.  ST. VINCENT BAY ��� 365�� ft waterfront,  6.71 acres, water access. $29,500.  .��***��}  ''-'.'MM  'V/v.,. x*k  JUNCTION ISLAND ��� ST. VINCENT BAY  Beautiful 18,75+. acre Island In Jervis Inlet with numerous good building  sites, excellent sheltered moorage and several coves. Well trood with Hr,  cedar, arbutus ��� some merchantable timber. Oyster bed, Only 13 minutes  ride by fast boat from Earls Cove or Egmont, $ 120,000,  _**-��� ������"��� ___���������__������______��  ^COMMERCIAL PROPERTYf  i  WATERFRONT HOMES  JKm  'Ufoftj, | rt;,  , 11.  MADEIRA PARK ��� vacant store bldg,  ad|olnlng living quarters. One acre with  104' frontage on Madeira Park Rd,  Zoned R3. 152,000.  GARDEN BAY ��� spacious 3 BR home on  1.16 acres on Claydon Road. On 93 �� ft  waterfront with float and boathouse.  $130,000.  OARDIN BAY ESTATES-3 BRhome, fun GUNBOAT BAY ~ S* acres with 3 BR  basement, 1997 sq ft on main floor. Built home, 3 cottages, float, On 153_. It  1976. Separate 700 sq ft workshop. On waterfront. Near Madeira Park.  122�� choice waterfront lot with ramp A, $123,000.  flow, fTiro,two. * ��� *��� " ~ "' * ��� * "" " "  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233  ...  i -.���- -  PageB-4 The Peninsula Times Wednesday, February 28,1979  Book Look  By MURRIE REDMAN  *m  COLOMBO'S BOOK OF CANADA and  PETER GZOWSKI'S SPRING TONIC,  ���HurttgTubtta-erff,TVX&r  While Gzowski promises a "spring  ��� tonic" in his book, 1 found Colombo's, far  more stimulating. With an election on the  horizon, it seems only proper to reflect  upon our heritage and other things  Canadian. Gzowski's book added some  zing to the whole thing, so I would have to  recommend that the first be swallowed  whole in one dose, adding the second  volume in small amounts to lighten up the  spirits.  COLOMBO'S BOOK OF CANADA is a  condensed history of the country in poetry,   prose and photograph. Included are ex-  is also printed: the .Canadian Bill of  W&_' The FIX. Manifesto, the Dene  Declaration, Canada's National Flag,  Chief Dan George's Lament for Confederation and many more. None of the  pieces are too lengthy for the busy person  to read and all of them are carefully  selected to hold the interest of the average  reader.  My only criticism is that, as usual, the  book leans heavily toward the east and  does not have enough representation from  the other fifty- per cent of the population,  women. Neither of the latter are surprises,  unfortunately.' ���'   ,\  Among the pleasant surprises in  Colombo's book is "Does Shirley Temple  cerpts from documents, le1;teTi~^nd~TKj^',"by~irclerk ih Eat_n's~toy~?t<  journals as well as pictures of important  monuments, buildings and places. It is a  review of what we Canadians are all  about. And more than that, incredibly, it is  tasteful.  The Innuit legend of creation, Father.  Brebeuf's looely carol, laments of those in  the depression, Louis. Reil's impassioned  "Parting Message to Mankind'' and  poignant writings and speeches that speak  from the past are there. Modern comment  ment during the depression. It is from  Barry Broadfoot's TEN LOST YEARS.  "Oh yes, these dolls. I'd stand there and  watch the faces of those little girls . . .  They were lucky if they had breakfast that  morning . . . the mothers too ... the  hopeless look on their faces ... knowing  they had only a dollar or two to buy gifts  for the whole family.'' There are many  stories like this one that are hard to forget.  '. By the same publisher, and in almost  identical format is Gzowski's SPRING'  TONIC. It is a happ'y book, again leaning  eastward but not so markedly. Gzowski is .  fun to listen to on the radio but in print he;  just is not the same person. It is his voice^  that charms; his ability to know what  Tseo~pTeTike-to^eaTr1Ie^^  have the gift of selecting enduring writings  as does Colombo, but he does provide an  ^portunity for young writers to gain  exposure.  . Our own John Burnside, a local editor,  is published, in a reprint called "Three  Feet Deep in Dawson City". It is a piece of  "comic magic" which occurred in 196.  during a flood that saw the river overflow,  causing a lot of damage but leaving  Dawson's sense of humour evidently intact.      ���'      s  The paperbound book has "ads"' for  spring remedies, cartoons, poems,  photographs and stories that are here to  brighten up the transition from a muddy  spring to one that sparkles. The book is ��  stenjoyed-insittings4hat could stretch^-H  _ ver the months of rain and cloud ahead,-- ���  but I still wish to listen to Gzowski's radio ���  interviews rather than read his books.      ���  SUNNYCREST  SHOPPING  CENTRE  i  1886-2277  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  LAND DEVELOPMENT tTD:  R.R.-2-Gibsons^BX.-4��.N4V0-  tSMStH  CONVEYANCINGtREAL ESTATE CONSULTING ���APPRAISALS ���NOTARY PUBLIC  HOMES  CHAMBERLIN ROAD: Executive home on acreage over 2100 square feet of floor area. Two  fireplaces, formal living room and dining room. Family room ond eating area. Double ot-  tached garage all on 4.38 acres. $97,500.  >_   Advertising.^  helps you  knownvhy.  ' CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORY BOARD  ���e_M__________e_______________  FOR SALE  ....-B��---  BUILDER  New 1200 sq ft, 3 bdrm home.  Large kitchen and living room,  utility room off1 kitchen, wall  to wall carpet throughput,  large lot - .65 acres, partially  cleared, possible to subdivide,  road . allownace in rear.  Redrooffs Road. Asking  $43,000.  885-9793  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  -Hiway 101 -at Francis Peninsula Rd.  883-2794  _HAS!AM���CREEK WATERFRONT      ,_  Over 15 acres with 750 ft waterfront, with  '  cabin & oyster (ease. FP $165,000. Possible  terms,  BUSINESS  Ponderosa Grocery & Drive-In at Garden  Bay. Owner will take house in trade. Phone  for particulars on this going concern to Mike  Rosse at 883-9378.  McNAUGHTON POINT  1.9 acres of view waterfront overlooking  Malaspina   Strait.  Attractive   3   bedroom,  1200 square feet home. A fine property  going for $70,000.  EXCELLENT  Building lot. Front Road, Madeira Park, Fully  serviced $10,500.  John Breen ��� 883-9978        Mike Rosse  BARGAIN HARBOUR LOT  And a real bargain, it is with clean beach,  free moorage, clams and oysters just steps  away. Price just $12,000.  ONE ACRE LOTS     , -  On Francis Peninsulo. Privacy plus value in  this most desirable area. Just 2 left so don't      ,  delay. $15,000 each.  WATERFRONT LOT -  Deep and protected moorage in Egmont.  Has trailer pad, septics and water and  power. $35,000.  7 ACRES  On Highway 101 close to Madeira Park.  Partly cleared and on a Westerly slope.  Asking $35,000.  883-9378        Jock Herman 883-2745  QntuiK*.  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE (1978) LTD.  Box 1490, R.R. 1  Wharf Road, Sechelt B.C. VON 3A0  885-3271  LANGDALE AREA  LANGDALE $54,000  Large spacious 2 bedroom home on  85x165' lot. Large kitchen, dining  room, sundeck, carport, 2 fireplaces,  2 bathrooms, finished basement.  Price includes fridge, stove, washer  and dryer. Larry Reardon 885-3924.  IMMACULATE  3 bdrm home in Sechelt Village.  Large corner lot is completely fenced  and landscaped. Carport has adjoining workshop and storage area.  Value-for-your-money at $46,900:  Rita Percheson, 885-5706 or Chuck  Dowmon, 885-9374.  YMCARD $49,500  A great family home, neat at a pin,  and spacious. 3 bedroom home large  LRwlthfireplacerclosetoferry.lt has  an attractive kitchen dining room  area. Carport and outside storage  space. Larry Reardon 885-3924.  GIBSONS AREA  ONLY STEPS TO BEACH  This family favorite has 5 bedrooms  and a large rec room. Completely  fenced yard Is safe for children. Lots  pf roqm..,.��or��� only. $48,900/ Rita  Percheson, 885-5706. ": " " ".  $13,900  SARGENT ROAD  Magnificent ocean view lot. Fully serviced, on sewer, 65 x 110'.  Close to all amenities. Builder's terms available. Larry Reardon,  885-3924  ROBERTS CREEK  WATERFRONT LOT $".soo  135' of level waterfront .6 acre In lawn and shade trees. Water  and hydro to lot, excellent swimming beach, probably the beM  waterfront lot available on the coast today, Owner may carry  part balance. Phone .Chuck Dowman 885-9374  UP .DOWNDUPLEX $49,800  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,  L-^~_J_^    ���  $42,500  Spotless 2 bdrm home In secluded  area, family tlze kitchen with  ���eparato dining room. Fireplace In  20' LR with new wall to wall. Chuck  Dowman, 885-9374.  SANDY HOOK  HOUSE OF QUALITY $85,000  One of Ihe most breathtaking views In ihe penlntula, Main floor  consists of large LR with heatilator fireplace, dining room,  kitchen and master bedroom with office or den entulte, and  ^attractive bathroom, Out of grounds lower floor has rec room  with fireplace 3 bedrooms, lull bathroom, laundry and storage,  w/w throughout, A home of truly superior construction. Must be  seen to be appreciated, Phone Ed Baker 889-2641  EAST PORPOISE BAY ROAD $39,900  i Everything Is overslied in thlt large  lmobllo, with approx 1300 tq ft floor  Iarea, Joined under ont roof are  |72xl2 and 36x12 uniti, creating  (ample tpace for a rec room large  . av,''mn>enouQh to houie a pool table.  3 ''"  bedrooms,   large   sundeck   ond   a  separate garage. (30x16)   ,  Priced to tell. Larry Reardon 885-3924.  WATERFRONT LOT/VHW LOT $1 MOO �� $M0O  At Sandy Hook we have thlt 100'+ waterfront lot, clote to road  and od|olnlng with an excellent view lot thai llet next to B,T,  Larry Reardon 885-3924  SECHELT  ,��___ . ^ _^ SECHELT VILLAOli 3 bdrrti tparkler,  jChgrmlrtg �� kTirpaculote w^lnlrtfl rm  and kitchen eating i'poei'I" cbiy  fireplace A carpeted throughout.  Only I yr old and already hat a  bountiful garden with fruit trees.  Priced to sell fatt at $46,900.  Phone^Chuck Dowmon 8J5-9374  "'''"''IImoo'*""  ���Henovdled f^fofeyllomiTO^  One bedroom on main floor,   . children's roomt up. 1 block to  water. New wall to wall throughout. Chuck Dowmon, 885-9374  **����mC.  STARTER SPECIAL  WEST SECHELT  VALUE, VALUE, VALUE $57,000 |  Everywhere you look there is value  In this truly beautiful home.    Cathedral entrance, 3 bedrooms, 2 fireplaces, large rec room,  workroom plus one bedroom suite downstairs. Nicely landscaped and the price has been reduced to $57,000. Larry  Reardon 885-3924,  1/2 ACRE LOT $13,500  Cleared and ready to build on. Serviced, Including cable.  Nlckerson Road. Ed Baker 885-2641.  $10,500  1.17 acres, nicely treed, gentle slope to SW, will have a good  view when _ome.tc����icora��J__yyi_:Ed Boker 885-2641  RARE 25 ACRES Asking $62,000  Only 5 minutes west of Sechelt. High and dry, mostly treed,  Chuck Dowman, 885-9374..  $56,500  Attractive Spanish type 3 bdrm bungalow, approx 3 yrs built.  Large LR 20x20 with fireplace, open beam ceilings, DR, family  kitchen. All bdrms large, master ensuite, w/w throughout, Large  workshop at rear. Floor area 1584 sq. ft. Ed Baker, 885-2641.  REDROOFFS / HALFMOON BAY AREA  INVESTMENT POTENTIAL $10,500  In thlt beautiful 1/2 acre and wooded lot on Wildwood Road.  Zoned R2 for mobile hornet, Hydro and water. Rita Percheson.  885-5706.  NEW $39,700 7  Attractive and well-built 3 bdrm rancher. 1196 sq ft, situated on   ,  1/2 acre treed property. Large kitchen with eating aroa, 21' LR,  All bdrm* good tlze. Utility plumbed and wired for washer,  dryer. Wall to wall thro'. Thlt It a real good buy. Mutt be teen If  you are looking for a good home, Ed Baker, 885-2641,  NOR WEST BAY ROAD $12,500  Wooded lot, 150 x 70', zoned R2, trailers allowed. Sign on, Ed  Baker, 885-2641.  WELCOME WOODS $9,750  An extra large lot, 125 x 200', serviced with hydro and water,  larry Reardon, 885-3924.  BEAUTIFUL HALF ACRE LOT $13,500  Loaded with, trees on blacktop road, with hydro and wator. Larry  Reardon; 885-3924. i  HALF ACRE LOT $18,000  Large treed lot at the corner of Redrooffs Road and the road to  Sargent Bay. Serviced with hydro and woter. Larry Reardon, 885"-  3924.  PENDER HARBOUR AREA  MONEYMAKER $32,500  4 yr old, 3 bedroom, full btmt home on one acre. Live In while  you doJho finishing, Chuck Dowman, 883-9374.   GARDEN BAY ROAD $22,800  Rock bluff building site on thlt 3.5 acre wooded property, would  provide terrific view over patture land. All-year stream. Eaty  termt available. Chuck Dowman, 883-9374.  BAROAIN HARBOUR LOT $22,000  Semi-wqterfront property, |utf acrosi the Narrowt Bridge and  loclng Bargain Harbour, Treed and goad for building on, with  jutt tn�� road between you and the water, larry Reardon, 083-  3924. ���    . .       ���   (   ���   ,  COMMERCIAL -...  1* HIGHWAY 101, COMMERCIAL CJ  Corner of Airport Road  3        SHOPPING CENTRE POTENTIAL  l���. ���,���_,L_il..4^,tor_��|,|sil,I.ll_SSffi��,.  1 ' price If 23.00P  ior3,Tnii<J. lotT.7TH0Cr��i,  price $73,000  *��r         ;   it��  _fi       11*1  R              /  '":iKi::~rrac:  ����V��_.J*L,...  ���->,��..:  1720 MARTIN ROAD: You couldn't wish for a better location In Gibsons. Within easy  walking distance to shops, schools and harbour. Spacious and comfortable ooe level home  in excellent condition featuring large living room, three bedrooms, one full bathroom plus  powder room off living area. Huge sundeck, landscaped lot and a beautiful view. $45,900.  CHERYL ANNE PARK ROAD: Lovely two bedroom home in Roberts Creek. Sliding glass doors  in dining room open onto sundeck. Some view of Georgia Strait and only one block to beach  access. Owner has already purchased another home and must sell now. $37,000.  FORBES & THOMPSON RDS: Very attractive well-built family home featuring living room  with fireplace, dining room, three bedrooms and ensuite plumbing. Large sundeck and brick  facing. Full basement. Electric heat and extra insulation. $65,000.   LOOKOUT AVE: Near new three bedroom  home in good condition on large view lot in  new subdivision just past the Sunshine  Coast Arena in Sechelt. Boating facilities  close by. Owner is transferred and you may  have immediate possession. $51,900.  MALAVIEW RD: Quality built three bedroom  ranch style home on treed landscaped lot in  area of new homes. Located on quiet cul de  sac providing safety for children and pets.  The home is in immaculate condition and  features,separate dining room, wall to wall  carpeting, spacious kitchen, utility room  and double windows. Easy walk to  elementary school. $45,900.  CHERYL ANNE PARK ROAD: Large three  bedroom home with finished .heatilator  fireplaces up ond down, .Situated, on, op-_.  proximately!/3 of an acre on a no through  road. Neatly landscaped and nicely treed.  Rec    room    roughed    in    with    finished  >w1tfrr��r.m     rlnwri stnlrs���Double���windows  "ROSAMUND RD: Safeway Doublewide on  fully landscaped lot on Rosamund Road.  Separate garage and metal storage shed.  Lots of shrubs with bark mulch. Good  vegetable patch. This is an extremely well  built unit - built in the Prairies for northern  living. $39,900.  DAVIDSON RD: Lovely new three bedroom  home in Langdale Ridge, 1236 square feet  upstairs. All large rooms. Double windows  throughout, sundeck and full unfinished  basement. Situated on nearly 1/2 acre 90 x  200 with private access road. All this and a  beautiful view of Keots Island and  surrounding waters. $53,900.  FAIRVIEW & PRATT ROAD: Excellent starter  -orjretlrement home. This_nlcely_oppolnted"  -single  bedroom-home  features a  large  livingroom with cozy brick fireplace. Many  wood  feature  walls.   Property   is   nicely  CRUCIL RD: Big family? Then this four  bedroom, two bathroom home could be the  home you've been looking for. Full  basement with rec room, utility and  roughed in plumbing. Intercom inside and  out. Large sundeck over carport. This home  is located on a quiet secluded view lot, yet  convenient to the Village of Gibsons.  $56,000.  NORTH FLETCHER: Young three bedroom  home, 1-1/2 bathrooms. Living room with  Franklin fireplace. Large eating area and  some view. $45,900. ���,  HOPKINS LANDING: Two bedroom view  home 1/4 mile from Langdale Ferry Terminal. See Keats, Gambier and Lions Bay  =_rom=_t h_=_l_xg e^comhina ___=_ ami I y  room/dining room or from the living room  Heatilator   fireplace.  througout. Excellent family home. $57,900s  19   x   27    concrete  basement for Workshop and storage. Five  landtcapod and completely fenced. Large���-appliances included. Pork like landscape.  carport with storage shed at rear. Some  appliances Included. $32,900.  $42,900.  POPLAR LANE: Sunny, location pn popular  Poplar Lane. Three bedrooms! plus ensuite,  huge kitchen, with large dining'area. Lots ol  room for expansion. The whole family will  find themselves within walking distance to  schools, shopping and recreation. $47,500,  ���  ���  I  i  s  UPLANDS RD: Tuwanek. Ideal recreation lot  In beautifully wooded and park like totting.  Zoned for trailers, Thlt lot overlooks Sechelt  Inlet and the Lamb Island. $8,900.  WAKEFIELD RD: Good building lot on water  and power overlooking Georgia Strait and  the Trail Itlandt. Thlt It a corner lot in a  newly built up area. $12,500.  McCULLOUGH RD: Wilton Creek. Clote to  one acre of treed property with tub-division  poiilbllltlet. $22,500.  We're the Neighborhood Professionals  mmmmm���mmmmmmmmmmmmmmw_mmmmmmm_-*mmmmm__wmt-mmmm-mm  COMMERCIAL WATERFRONT: Glbtont, With  waterfront at scarce at It It thlt double ute  lot repretentt real value, $33,000.  GOWER PT. RD. AT 14th: Nearly 1/2 acre of  view property. Approximately 80' x 250'. R2  zoned with 2 distinctive building sites, Local  by-laws allow 2 dwelling! on thlt property.  Partially cleared, Cloted to Glbtont and  cloie to the beach. $16,900.  SOUTH FLETCHER: At School Road, Two lott  40 x 130 each. One lot hat a cottage which  could be rented. Thete lott are mottly  cleared and ready for building. A tpec-  tacutar view of the entire Bay area and  Keats Island. $27,500.  OR. NDVIEW S PRATT: Building lot In a fatt  growing area. Approximate tlze it 146 x  141 x 74 x 125. Present all offers on the  atklng price of $11,500.  SCHOOL RD: Three view lott 73 x 110. On  ttwer. Three blockt from school* and  shopping centre, Cleared for building.  $14,000 each,  SMITH ROADi Cleared view lot clote to ferry  terminal and oceanview. Triangular shaped  161 with good building tlte. $14,000,  POPLAR LANE: Brand new three bedroom,  horned ensuite, full basement! Walking  distance to schools, shopping and  recreation. Fantastic price for a new home  of this size. $45,900.  LOTS  MAPLE ROAD: .97 of an acre on Maple Road  (drive down Pine Road); Southern exposure  with water and Island view.. $19,000.  DAVIDSON RD: 2/5 of an acre with a  fantastic view from Langdale Ridge. This lot  has a small creek on the very back of the  property. All new, homes In thlt area,  $14,900.  TUWANEK: 80 x 140 lot only one block to  beach. Full view of the Inlet, Piped community water available, $9,900.  PRATT RD: Near Cedar Grove School. Thlt  lot It cleared and ready to build on. Mature  fruit treet dot thlt 76x125 lot. $ 13,500.  COCHRANE RD: Good building lot 65 x 130.  Clote to thopplng and the ocean. Sewer  eatement of 10' on t.e, tide of the lot.  $12,500. .  PORPOISE DRIVE SANDY HOOK: Large lot  approximately 122 x 111 with 34 x 140  panhandle entrance. Nice level bu|ldlng  tlte, Excellent view, ONLY..40 FEET.FROM  THE WATER, You mutt tee thlt lot to fully  appreciate the value. $12,000,  SOAMES POINT: View lot onl/\arlne Drive  touth of Soamei Road, landscaped In front,  like Stanley Park In back. $10,500.  CHASTER ROAD: Nicely treed building lot In  area of new hornet, Size 67 x 123. $9,900.  REDROOFFS ESTATES: 100x230 lot on the  touth tide of Southwood Road. Create your  own ettate on thlt half acre. $10,500,  1286 HEADLANDS ROAD: This three  bodroom home is attractively situated at  the base of the Bluff and close to the boat  launching ramp. Great living room for  entertainment, 16 x 25. Also has 10-1/4%  mortgage. $42,900.  POPLAR LANE: Good building lot on quiet  street, Close to shopping and schools, All  services Including sewer. $13,500.  HOPKINS LANDING: View lot c/w 5 x 12'  In'su I ated shed, has chemical toilet. You can  live on lot while building home to suit,  Offers to $12,500.  SMITH ROAD: 170 x 127 lot with terrific  view of the ocean. Good building tlte on  tllghtly sloping land. $14,500.  OLE'S PLACE: Off Marlene Road, Lots 13 &  15 In nicely developed area, these lots are  level with easy building sites, Many largo  treet & nlco landscape In surrounding aroa,  Zoned R2 and situated at the ond of a quiet  cul de sac. Lot 13 ��� $12,900 Lot 15 ���  $11,900.  CREEKSIDE PARK ESTATES: located on North  Road In Glbtont, Zoned for mobile and  conventional hornet. All lott on tower,  water, hydro and all within three blocks of  the shopping centre, schools and medical  clinic. Priced from $10,900 to $19,900.  ACREAGE  NORTH ROAD: 3.4 park like acres. Accett  from tide road will secure privacy. Nlcoly'I  treed. Clote to the village,,$29,900,  GIBSONS: 4.6 acret of excellent holding  ppperty clote to Soamot Point! Partially  cleared, Try your offert, $27,5007"  CtUKYL ANNE PARK RD: f&bertt Creek.  Large lot with beautiful treet and tome  view on quiet cul-detac In area ojLflne  homes, Before you decide see thlt attractive  low priced property. Ownor will' eonilder  termt. $12,500.  LANGDALE RIDGEi Nice water view from  thli bargain priced lot. $8,930.  .r  ELPHINSTONE   AVE:   $1,000,000  view.  Located on Elphinstone Avenue at Gran-  ...thai.ii. Hat Ion* at back, Suit two ttorey  home with level entry at front. $9,300.  SMITH ROAD; Good view lot 123 x 165 with  a good building tlte and an unobstructed  ocean view, $14,500,  MAHAN ROAD: Acreage next to village  boundary, 2.16 acret ol newly tubdlvlded  land located on Mahan Road, Property hot  teveral tprlngt on It and it fairly level.  Offert to $30,000.  ���  B  ���  E  ���  MASKELL ROAD: 1.44 acrel of tubdlvldable  property on Matkell Road and Lower  Roberts CrooK Road' Zoning allowt for 1/2  acre average, Thlt |t a quiet rural area onlt  3 mllet from Glbtont. $19,900,  10RRIEGIRARO  886-7760  JONMcRAE       ANNE GURNET     CHRIS KANKAlNEN     ARNE PETTERSEI.    JAYVISSER      DAVE ROBERTS  8.5-3.70 886-2164 185-3545 8*64793 885-3300 886-8040  ^^^^L^^^^ ^^^^  ^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^|^^^g^^|^M|^^^^^A^y0^^|^^|^��0|g||��|||_M||��|gMtaMH^MMMMg|^ ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^���   ^^^_   ^^^_ _^^^ ^^^^  ^^_^  ^^^^^^^^^^l^^^^^^te^^^K^^^^wJ 1  -"&  February, 28,1979      The Petainsula Times   PageB-5  Ideal for Retirement  Is this 40 yr old 1100 sq ft bungalow with 2 bedrooms,  heatalator f'place in living rm, and separate dining rm. House  has been'well maintained and updated. Located on a level  landscaped lo't across the road from a nice pebble beach in  Gibsons. I am proud to offer you this home for ONLY $39,900.    __ t   _ ___ 9  G. Knowles     Block Bros Realty  -29SMI54lT^rrTr^29fc2881-rr-  _>T  "The Property  MoVers"  WHARF  REALTY LTD.  885-5171  WEST SECHELT VIEW HOME  Panoramic view of Trail Islands, 1280 sq ft, 3 bedroom  home, full basement. Tudor design, covered sundeck  patio, enclosed, carport. Fireplace in living room, all  thermopane windows, Fisher stove in basement saves  heating costs. 2 bathrooms. Phone Pat 885-9487 or 885-  5171. FP $89,000.  WEST SECHELT  Leaded doors, vaulted  ceilings and lots of cedar  make this a 3 bedroom  with-that something extra.  21 x 24' double garage is  now a studio-workshop.  F.P. $54,500. Call Bob 885-  3531.  "Your Real Estate hosts on the  Sunshine Coast"  PAT MURPHY      BOBBEAUPRE      TREV GODDARD  885-9487 885-3531 886-2658  HOMES  *W  ���'' ft__  ROBERTS CREEK $45,000  Drive-down ta the end of Metcalfe  Road and see for yourself what a  great seml-waterfront location this  is. The house needs a spot of paint  o_tslderb_t .nslde_there"1s;plenfy76f  good accommodation including three  bedrooms, family sized dining room,  rec room and two fireplaces. Please  call'Corry'Ross-.  GIBSONS $85,500  Large   modern   house   with   view.  Basement set up & used as hair-  , dressing, salon ��� could be in-law  -suite. Extra.wide lot for privacy or  .may   be  subdivided  off.   Excellent  financing is assumable. Call Suzanne  ���Dunkerton.  GIBSONS , $59,500  Family home with view of harbor.  Immaculate condition, three  bedrooms, sundeck, landscaped lot.  Close to everything. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton for.viewing.  GRANTHAMS $45,000  Waterview home with two lots for,  your privacy, great potential, two  bedrooms, part basement, large  living room. Suzanne Dunkerton.    -  Where Real Estate it serious ��� but a pleasure  HOMES WATERFRONT  wmmm-  GAMBIER ISLAND   ;, W570Q0  Ideal;, retirement or recreational  property. Well designed 5 bdrm  home with fireplace In living room as  well as the rec-room. Spacious kitchen with lots of /cupboards. All  appliances drapes Pand some furnishings to stay. Er^oy the ocean  view from this sunny half acre.  Irreplacable at $65,000. Call Terri-to  view,  * __l_i. ^f��?-  SAKINAW LAKE $7,000  This beautiful waterfront can be your  hideaway. Boat access only. Call  Suzanne Dunkerton.  SECHELT VILLAGE $49,500  This lovely 3l>drm ranch style home  'is-close to all -amenities and-would  delight the heart of any gardener,  1260 sq ft of immaculate home. Floor  to ceiling cut stone corner fireplace  to enhance the living and dining  room and a sunroom for all your  plants. Garden is fully fenced and a  'large garage for storage is conveniently located. Call Suzanne for  viewing.  SEMI-WATERFRONT* $89,500  With beach access _ good moorage  in Langdale. .Spectacular view of  Gambler Is. & Howe Sound. 3 bdrm, 2  bathrooms, indirect- lighting & 2  fireplaces are a few .of the features  of this spacious home. Lots of privacy  on this park-like property situated on  the north side of the ferry slip on  Smith Road. Don't miss this one.  Watch for signs or call Terri Hanson  ��� formoredetails.-  ->-    --   -      SECRET COVE $68,900  This exceptional .45 acre waterfront  property in the long arm of Secret  Cove is truly one of a kind. Approx.  370' waterfrontage, .elder two  bedroom cottage, deep water  moorage and dock. Lots of sunshine  here) Call Corry Ross.  GOWER POINT BEAUTY $85,000  2 BR, fabulous teak & cedar kitchen,  blacktop _driveway_ A residence of-  distinction.   View   with   Suzanne  Dunkerton.  ACREAGE  PRIVACY $18,000  Why live in a rural community unless  you enjoy rural solitude. This 145 x  405' 1.3 acre lot is 2-1/2 miles from  Sechelt above Porpoise Bay. A rare  offering not often found on the  Peninsula. Private driveway. Call  Terri Hanson for information.  COMMERCIAL  HIGHWAY 101 GIBSONS $160,000  TANTALUS APARTMENTS  This is a 9 suite apartment block with  5 bachelor units and 4 one bedroom  units, all wall to wall carpets with  electric range & fridge in each unit.  Prime location, ample parking, all  have private entrances. Shows good  yearly revenue and requires only  $45,000. cash. Call Suzanne for more  information.           i��i.  ���fit  ./.  ':W  ,V  k * ���ww.t*'^ /  DON SUTHERLAND  885-9362  ANN IBBITSON  886-2542  CORRY ROSS  885-9520  Ltd  ______ OOOC Van' DlrMt  OCK>"��3_fc%fD 681-7931  Box 979. Sechelt,. B.CV0N 3A0  Next to the Gulf Station  WATERFRONT  Ii J:F-  WATERFRONT ACREAGE        $89,500  1.89 acres, and an elegant 2 bdrm  home. Kitchen is spacious and  practical? Jennalre range, built in  oven, dishwasher, cupboards galore.  Open living and dining area  overlooking water and islands.  Beautifully designed bathroom that  includes a sauna, sunken tub and  double sinks. Large utility with 'a  shower and a separate entrance. The  back is surrounded by a 600 sq. ft.  sundeck for you to sit and enjoy the  view. Tastefully landscaped with  little maintenance necessary. Phone  Suzanne Dunkerton for more information-. "  WATERFRONT  HOME BY THE SEA $79,500  West Coast look. Hardwood dining  room floors, three bedrooms, two  baths. Full value here, in West  ���Sechelt. Call .Corry Ross  LOTS  ROBERTS CREEK WATERFRONT  Two exclusive waterfront properties  newly   listed.   For   appointment   to  view Call Corry Ross.  GIBSONS $13,500  Here is the building lot you've been  LOTS  WINN RD., GIBSONS $ 15,000  Here is a lot with everything. Extra  large & serviced, southern exposure  to water S mountain view. Close to  all amenities. Call Suzanne to view.  REDROOFFS $7,500  Check the price & compare. This lot is  priced to sell. Excellent building lot  with easy access. Trailers permissible. Call Terri for more information.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS $10,000  Build your country retreat and enjoy  the view of mountains and, water. Lot  Is serviced with telephone and  underground wiring. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton.  TUWANEK  View lot overlooking Lamb's Bay.  Close to easy beach access ��� vendor  will carry at C.I.R. Priced at $10,000.  Phone Terri for "more Information."  looking   for.   Close ~tb   scfioblsT  shopping & beach. Potential view to  boot.   Surrounded   by   quality   new  homes..Call Suzanne Dunkerton for  .information.  CHOICE, CHOICE, CHOICE  View lots in Gibsons, Davis Bay and  Sechelt, from $13,500 to  $16,000.  SELMA PARK $12,300  Large building lot In developed area.  Some lovely trees. Build at the back &  retain your privacy. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton.  CHERYL-ANN PARK RD. $ 15,500.  A view -a creek - centrally located in  Roberts Creek. 94 feet of creekside ���  164 feet deep - prime residential lot.  Call. Don Sutherland  KEATS ISLAND $7,500  Nicely treed corner lot with a view.  Hydro & water available. 8x12 shed  to remain. Call Terri Hanson.  DAVIS BAY $15,000'  Close to store and just a short walk  to the beach. You could build your  new home in this popular area. Call  ;* >  -*&? _  SUZANNE DUNKERTON.  885-3971  TERRI HANSON  885-5046  North Vancouver  139 West 16th Street  West Vancouver  1586 Marine Drive  Vancouver  3343 Kingsway  OTHER OFFICES  TO SERVE YOU  MEMBER OF  'RELOCATION SERVICES CANADA" REFERRAL SYSTEM  FEW  Surrey  10474 137th St.  Langley  20585 Fraser Hwy  Powell River  4726 Marine Avenue  Metric-  measure for measure, it's a better way to measure  ���?t *���-,_*��<. ?y.. _ -<��.-'  THE NUMBER  TO REMEMBER  Your  Vane. 689-5838 (24 hrs.)  885-2235: (a) l&o._  Box 128  AGENCIES LTD.  Sechelt  Coast to Coast  Real Estate Service  Call now for our FREE Real Estate Catalogue  EVfeRYTHlNG NEW BUT THE TREES  RADCLIFFERD #4081  Custom designed to suit the large lot, large high double  carport, 10' clearance for your boat or recreational vehicle.  Large foyer with double coat closet. Large living r6om, with  fireplace and partially covered sundeck. All enjoy the  magnificent westerly view of Trail Bay, Trail Islands and  Vancouver Island, Top quality kitchen cabinets and lots of  them, handy to dining areas', large family room, has Its own  private sundeck with the westerly view. Master bedroom Is  ensuite with walk-In closet and make-up dressing area. Two  additional bedrooms and full bathroom tastefully tiled. Last  but not least, whan they are located on the main floor ��� an  area for a closeted washer & dryer Installation." Tho  basement has a partially finished aroa 16 X 42' with roughed  In plumbing & sliding glass door to yard area, Suitable to bo  completed as a recreation room & 4th bedroom or as you  desire. Extra large basement and storage areas. All room* 1o  be wall to wall or cushion floor, In heavy traffic areas,  Doublo windows & doors and hoavy intulatlon with electric  zone control heating, It's always a buyer's market for the  wise buyer, Wise buyers sea this ono with John R. Goodwin,  Full price $69,500. Call 805-2235 (24 hrt.)  RECREATIONAL OR? #3845  A lot to park your carcass or your recreational vohlcle, Keep  your boat to easy boat launching the year round. Hydro,  phono* wator at rPfldslde,l:P1$4l950.lC��ll BOB KENT, 885-  2235 (24 hrs,)  COME SEE THE VIEW #4052  This tunny lot just 100 yard* from the beach hat a groat view  and priced lo toll at $0,900. RUTH MOORE, 805-2235 (24  hrt.)  CONVENIENT-VIEWI #4030  Flno 90 x 135' vlow lot on touth tjppo with hydro, water and  phone on the paved road and to convenient to ferry, school*  and shopping. Try your offer on tho $15,500 atklng price,  BERT WALKER, 005-2235 (24 hrt,)  DAVIS BAY VIEW BUNGALOW #4069  Thlt It good, Groat lor couple, 2 bedrooms, fireplace In view  living room, Separate utility, large kitchen. Pig hooted  outbuilding, can. ba an overllaw,, bedroom,, and lot* of  ttorngo. Home haatod with baseboard electric, warm, In  lovely condition, Fully landtcoped, and the atklng price |utl  $37,000, Do view Ihi. fine ollerlng. PETER SMITH, 085-2238  (24 hrt.) I  Ruth Moore  warns  BUILDING LOTS   #4073 >  Corner lot, irregular thapp on Francis Penlntula Rood.  Asking $9,900 with 10% down. Balance at current interest  rotes,  #4077  Good level lot on Lookout Avenue and Ripple Way, 75 x 155'.  Asking $9,900.  #4074  Corner lot on Fronds Penlntula Road.and Rondovlew Road ���  asking |ust $13,500 with $5,000 down payment. Balance at  current Interest rates, Some Improvements.  See all these lots and then call DON LOCK, 885-2235 (24  hrs.) with your offer.  SEA VIEW LOT #4063  You should havo a look at this beautiful panoramic ocean  view lot, Located In a desirable aroa, approvod for septic  tank, all services available, Asking $13,900. JIM WOOD*  885-2235 (24 hrt,)  FOREST RETREAT #3819  12-1/2 acret of woodt with year-round ttroam, Throo year  old cottage, well Insulated and guett cabin, Only $59,000 In  Robertt Creek. JACK WARN, 805-2235 (24 hrt.)  GIVE ME LAND LOTS OF LAND #4076  Practically a private driveway to your own almost aero  teavlaw property In Sechelt, Practically sits on top of  downtown Sechelt. Near tcliool, park, a little more than 3  block* to thopplng, Potential? FP $22,000. "TINY BOB" 005-  2235 (24 hrt.)  SPRING INTO YOUR OWN BUSINESSI #3941  Thlt active building ��hop It ready for you now. Good Income  , from propane aalat at well at aluminum railing. Jutt $39,000  will get your tprlng p/o|eci Into operation, RUTH MOORE,  085-2235 (24 hrt,)  ACREAGE #4058  With tome timber available, thlt acre parcel on a high blufl  overlooking Sargeantt Bay. with hydro, water and phone  available at the road offert Interettlng possibilities, Atklng  $35,000, BERT WALKER, 005-2235 (24 hr��,)  A"OOODlE" IN DAVIS BAY #3759  Such a fine view lot, It it big, and Ihe view It great. Excellent  building tltet, with tervlcet at roadtlde, 169' long, 102' wide.'  Oder to $14,500 with PETER SMITH, 085-2233 (24 hrt.) '  LARGE HOME WITH VIEW #3942  Modern 4 bedroom with 1 full bath and 2-1/2 baths,  freestanding fireplace In large living room, spacious  recreation room In basement. Bright well-planned kitchen,  fenced lot with good vegetable garden, Asking $62,500, JIM  WOOD, 885-2235 (24 hrs.)  2 SIDE BY SIDE #3985  75(x 120' view lots at Sandy Hook. Only light brush to clear.  Power, water and phone. Good percolation for septic tank,  $8500 each. The view Is superb. JACK WARN, 885-2235 (24  hrs.) ���  DAVIS BAY - NEARLY READY TO BUILD        #4059  Corner location excavation dug, 110 x 71', Try your own  terms on this low priced lot, Closo to all amenities In the  Davit Bay area. FP $13,000. "TINY BOB" 885-2235 anytime.  BEST BUY - THIS ONE #4058  Nearly new 3 bodroom homo on two lovelt of attractive  design with 2 flroplacos and a spectacular /lew from both  floors, Located In Davis Bay In an area of now hornet thlt hat  to bo a flrtt clast buy. Try your oiler on the $66,000 atklng  price, BERT WALKER, 805-2235 (24 hrt.)  PRIVACY & VIEW HOME #4012  Like' new condition, line 2 bedroom, or turn utility to a 3rd  bedroom, and put wather/dryer in the batement which hat  grade lovol ontranco. Eloctrlc furnace and acorn type  flroplaco. Excellent beach accost, Jutt acrott the road In  Sandy Hook area, FP $46,900 and vendor will carry mortgago  with only $10,000 down. BERT WALKER or PETER SMITH, 083-  2235 (24 hrt.)  MOBILE HOME LOT #4023  Largo secluded lot In woll trood qulot area, not too far away  '  Irom beach accett, on blacktop road, all tervlcet available In  the Robert! Creek area. Asking $10,900. JIM WOOD, 883-  ,2235 (24 hrt.)  IFYOUDONTWANTTHENINEI #4070  We have 3 bedroomt on the main floor, all with hardwood  (loort. Large living room with flreplaco. Centrally locatod  kitchen. Great view clote to tea. Over an,acre of properly,  pon'l lorget tho 6 bedroom* In the batement. FP $49,500.  "TINY DOB" 005-2235 (24 hrt,)'  BETTER THAN RENT #4036  Sparkling clean two bedroom home with ocean view, Carport  plus ttorage thed, Why pay rent when you con buy I Some  tormi available on thlt low atklng price $15,900. JIM WOOD',  085-2235 (24 hrt,)  883-2526  885*9463  Louella Goodwin  885-2235  PRIVATE PARADISE   --#4027  aThls lovely 2 bedroom home Is  I located on a large private lot,  [Has a happy homemaker kitchen and 1-1/2 baths.To view  Ithls great houte priced at just  [$39,900. RUTH MOORE, 885-  T2235 (24 hrt,)  A PRETTY LOT #3951  Some view of Sechelt Inlet from thlt nicely wooded lot at  Tllllcum. Totted satisfactorily for teptlc tank. Clote to good  marina and only $8000. JACK WARN, 885-2235 (24 hrt.)  VIEW HOME WITH INCOME #4043  This quality built homo with extra large rooms on a 3/4 acre  of tho flnott view In Pender Harbour together with a toll-  contained tulte on lower level,Many e .trot tuch at two large  tundock, greonhouto, fishpond, double carport. Atklng  $20,000 under replacement cottt, See thlt prottlgo houte at  any time with DON LOCK, 885-2233 (24 hrt.)  BIG LOTS IN DEMAND #3912  3,4 acres for eight half acre or belter lott In Robertt Creek  for $39,900. Partially doveloped before owner moved eatt,  Clote to tea and beach accett. JACK WARN.085-2235 (24  hrt.)  IN THE LOWER BAY OF GIBSONS #3990  It's only a hop skip and a lump to thlt tunny location In Lower  Glbtont. 60 x ISO' lot |utt off Aldertprlng Road, Wator hookup paid for at well at service by hydro and sewer at roadtlde. FP $11,300, "TINY BOB" 885-2233 (24 hn.)  NEW VIEW HOME #4072  A modified Gothic Arch houte with large picture wlndowt  and sliding doort to tundeck. Thlt houte provides inclusion  on the 1 acre lot with a view of the Gull. The atklng price It  only $49,500 with $19,500 down payment, but call DON  LOCK, 805-2235 (24 hrt.) to tee and then moke your offer.  LARGE BEDROOMS #3918  1200 tq fl for four bedroomt and bathroom In unllnlthed  hofne ol 2000 tq fl In Sechelt. 2 llreplocet, fine new appliances, Ettlmate of $13,300 to finish. JACK WARN, 885-  2233 (24 hn.) Atklng $30,300,  Jim Wood  885-2571  885-3746  lack Warn  886-2681  Bob Kent  885-9461  John R. Good win  885-2456  r- !  \ -*-  Page B^ Peninsula Times  Wednesday, February, 28  Legal Notices  Provlncftof Ministry ol  Brttliri Columbia        FotusU  Vancouver Forest Region  -NOTICEOF-TREE-.  PLANTING CONTRACTS  .  Sealed tenders for the  following.tree planting contracts will be received oy the  Regional Manager, British  Columbia Forest Service, 355  Burrard Street, Vancouver,.  B.C. V6C 2H1 on the dates  shown, below.  1 Contract 92G8-73, Located  Cascade Creek, Ranger  District 4, Mission. Number  of trees 32,000.  NOTE: Viewing of the  planting > site prior, to  submitting a tender for this  contract is not mandatory.  ��� Deadline for receipt of  tenders _i__&;3Q_p.m.  8  ���'"'���V  .__. *___.__,__,  George Townsend  Doug Joyce  Bob Bull  885-3345  885-2761  885-2503  iderson  REALTY LTD.  Jack Anderson  Stan Anderson  Don Haddon  885-2053  885-2385  885-9504  NEW YEAR'S SPECIAL - SECHELT VILLAGE:  Reduced $2,000 for Immediate sale.  Compare other homes offered in Village  and buy this. It's the last of the bargains, 3  bedrms, 1150 sq ft, fireplace, deluxe  carpets and fixtures. Sliding door to patio S  workshop. Large laundry,, room, close to  boat launch. ONLY $41,500. '  885-3211  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  Post Office Box 1219, Sechelt  Vancouver Toll Froo: 684-8016  nmn  MarciTl9797  2 Contract 92G8-74, Located  Rose Creek, Ranger  District 4, Mission. Number  of Trees 30,000.  NOTE: Viewing of the  planting site prior to  submitting a tender for this  contract is not mandatory.  Deadline for receipt of.  tenders is 3:30 p.m. 8  March 1979  3 Contract 92G1-15, Located  Sally Creek,, Ranger  District 4, Mission. Number   of Trees-40#00:  -  NOTE: Viewing of the  planting site prior to  submitting a tender for this  contract is not mandatory.  Deadline for receipt of  tenders is. 3:30 p.m. 8  March 1979.  4 Contract 92G1-23, Located  Fire Creek, Ranger  District 3, Harrison.  Number of Trees 104,000.  NOTE: Viewing of the.  planting site prior to  submitting a tender for this  contract is not mandatory.  Deadline for receipt of  tenders is 3:30 p.m. 8  March 1979.   REDROOFFS: New waterfront_3 bdrm home  with expansive view of Georgia Strait and  Vancouver Island. Features shake roof,  stainless steel "Shaw" fireplace & skylight.  Treed lot. Priced at only $67,500.  WEST SECHELT: 9.5 acres of good farm land.  Has new 4bdrm ranch style home, 2 ponds  supplied by spring water with approx. 4  acres cleared, balance has some timber. All  services on paved rd. 2 miles from Sechelt  centre. This property has many potential  uses. -  8 ACRE VIEW COUNTRY-ESIATEi.3 bedrm.  ROBERTS CREEK: 3 bedroom home' on 1.67  ' WfesrSpactous" opwpltnrefl 320-5qrrtrHar-  ensuite off master bedrm. Home has family  room and utility.  Reduced drastically  In  price for immediate sale. FP $48,000.  6�� ACRES ON REID ROAD: Mostly cleared,  some fruit trees and yr round' creek.  Property mostly fenced, front'yard landscaped and in lawn. House is very large  2300 sq ft. 2 fps, several sets of plumbing.  Kitchen & LR have been completely  remodelled. South slope, all usable land. FP  $85,000.  1 "400~~sq~ft~full���basement���home���with-  spacious living-dining room. Fireplaces up &  down plus extra flue In basement. Open  staircase to rec room, extensive cedar work  inside and good kitchen cupboards. Large  c'port with storage 8 22x45' swimming  pool. Approx 3 acres landscpaed lawn.  Orchard, fishpond, year round creek;  garden, greenhouse & complete privacy. FP  $91,000.  j_jlmjljiatuiijl___]__*j^  Anderson Realty Ltd. is pleased to  announce that Don Hadden. R.I. (B.C.)  has joined our sales staff.  Don has 10 years experience in real estate on the  Sunshine Coast and has been a member of the Real  Estate Instituteof B.C., Professional Division, for the*  past 6 years.  J5on^skshis-friendsto^alLhii_-at_JB5^21.1__>r__lropJri_  "to~our newoffice-aM-H2-Gowri e-Str  _��^__*wmmmmm__%^������^^*-��^^^^^^_^^^^^��-^^^w^^^^^~^^^~^^^  ��w '  ROBERTS CREEK: Brand new 3 bedrm home.  Immediate possession ��� pick your own  carpets. Try your offer to $46,000.  GIBSONS: 2 1/2 acre's wlth'modern 3  bedroom basement home. Oil fired hot  water heating, two fireplaces, rec room and  many other features. Approx. J 1/2 acres '  cleared and in lawn with fruit trees and  shrubs, excellent soil. FP $68,000.  i"   . 5s.*_'_?^*?3  WEST SECHELT: New 4 bedrm with finished  basement in area of new homes. Features  include large kitchen & nook, fireplace,  basement flue for stove, finished rec room  in basement, carport, sundeck and a level  easy to landscape yard. Priced right at  $54,900.   '  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ��� Sechelt Village  ��� Fully rented mostly on lease. Shows good  return on investment. Opportunity to invest  in this growing community. Details to  bonafide purchaser. Asking $120,000.  5 Contract 92H5-96, Located  Maisal Creek, Ranger  District 3, Harrison.  Number of Trees 103,000.  NOTE: . Viewing of the  planting site prior to  submitting a tender for this  contract is not mandatory.  Deadline for receipt of  tenders is 3:30 p.m. 8  March 1979.  6 Contract 92G8-72, Located  North Statlu Creek, Ranger  District 3, Harrison.  Number of Trees 73,0007 ^  NOTE:   Viewing   ofAthe  planting   site   prior ���* std'  submitting a tender for th_r  __^i_a_t_aetys_Kifemi^  Deadline   for .receipt   extenders  is  3:30   p.m.   8  March 19797  7 Contract 92H5-95, Located  Three-Mile-Greekr-langer,  District 1, Cultus Late-  Number of trees 29,000.  NOTE: Viewing of the  ���-i>laiittn^~^l^pri<��r--to--_  submitting a tender for this  contract is not mandatory.  Deadline for receipt of  tenders is 3:30 p.m. 8  March 1979.  8 Contract 92G12-39, Located  Misery Creek, Ranger  District 7, Sechelt. Number  of Trees 85,000.  NOTE: Viewing of the  planting site prior to  submitting a tender for this  contract is not mandatory.  Deadline for receipt of  tenders is 3:30 p.m. 8  March 1979,  9 Contract 92GU-35, Located  McNab-BoK Canyon Creek,  Ranger District 7, Sechelt.  Number of Trees 139,000.  ,I.OTEJ: Viewing of the  planting site prior to  submitting a tender for this  contract is not mandatory.  Deadline for receipt of  tenders is 3:30 p.m. 8  March 1979.  10 Contract 92G12-38, Located  Chapman Creek, Ranger  District 7, Sechelt. Number  of Trees 220,000.  NOTE: Viewing of the  planting site prior to  submitting a tender for this  contract la not mandatory.  Deadline for receipt of  tenders is 3:30 p.m. 8  March 1979.  11 Contract 92H4-A2, Located  Tamahl Creek, Ranger  District 1. Cultus Lake.  Number of Trees 46.000.  NOTE; Vowing, of the  planting site prior to  submitting n tender for this  contract Is not mandatory.  Deadline for receipt of  tenders ls 3:30 p.m. 8  March 1979.  Tenders must be submitted on  the form ond In tho envelope supplied which, with  particulars, may be obtained from the Forest  Rangor(A) Indicated or  from the Regional  Manager, 355 Burrard  Street, Vancouver, B.C.  V6C 2lh.  The lowest or any tender will  not necessarily bo accepted.  3W0-pub, 8 Pf Feb. 21,28,1979  WEST SECHELT: Almost new 1136 sq ft 3  bedroom home. Excellent construction  featuring wood ceilings, skylights in bath  j-oom and entry and large private sundeck  in - area of new homes. Basement has  - laundry,, workshop_and_r_c���room���Level,���  treed lot on sewer. Asking $59,000.  HOMES  SELMA PARK: 2 bdrm part basement home on a large view site.  Home is near new and ,in excellent condition. Wrap around sundeck  and double carport. Basement is finished. FP $54,500.  REDROOFFS AREA: Wildwood Rd., 125 x 200' level lot, very easy to  build on. Beautiful evergreens. Priced for immediate sale at  $11,000.  SEMI-RETIREMENT BUSINESS GOING CONCERN $74,500 FULL PRICE  TWO LAUNDROMAT LOCATIONS.  Both of these sites are ideal for year-round steady trade. 14 washer  & 12 dryers in one location. 7 dryers and 14 washers Ih 2nd location.  All equipment in top condition. Stores are clean and newly  decorated. Gross revenue approx $2,800 per month. For further,  information call J. Anderson or Bob Bull 885-3211, Vane. 684-8016.  PRICE REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE: Like new  2 bdrm bsmt home. Good layout with  southern exposure and view. Save money-  extra insulation, twin seal windows and  heatilator fireplace. $54,000.  SECHELT VILLAGE: Near new. 3 bdrm  modular home, on clear garden" lot with  carport. Price includes stoVe, fridge,  washer, dryer and is completely furnished  Walk to shops. A bargain at $36,900.  UPPER ROBERTS CREEK: 10 acres of (and, 4000 sq ft building with' 3  bdrm near-new home of 2376 sq ft aluminum clad, fully insulated  building. Building is all wired for 220 power and could have many  uses. Concrete floor, clear span. FP $89,900.  DAVIS BAY MOTEL: 10 s.c. units plus owner's home. 4 lots fronting  on Highway 101 & beach. 351.47',frontage. Large workshop &  storage. Selling under assessed value. $225,000. Terms.  '  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOME: a cozy, near new 792 sq ft 2 bedroonf  home close to the beach at Chapman Creek. Not stairs, electric  heat, double glazing. Government prepaid lease has 19 years to  run. FP $32,000.  LOTS  SANDY HOOK WATERFRONT: 68' of accessible waterfrontage with  boat launching slipway. 400' sq ft cabin with fireplace & large deck.  Partly furnished. Asking $49,000.  SECHELT WATERFRONT: Two lots on Boulevard St. 70' x 129'. Each  treed & sewered. Asking $40,000 per lot.  ROBERTS CREEK: Large treed, serviced lot close to beach & golf  course. Quiet area, mobile home permitted. FP $11,900.  WATERFRONT WEST SECHELT: Pebble beach  with your own-road right to water. 3  bedrms, 3 complete bathrooms, recreation  room, wine cellar and lots Of extras. View  _from_alLllyj_g_gre_is^One_oLjhe better  waterfront homes on the coast.  WEST SECHELT: One of the prettiest- split  levels around! Less than one year old. Twin  _^5*al window5-&���screens.  Half  basement  "with downstairs bathroom. 7x9' steel shed  on a cement pad. Asking $49,900.  GIBSONS - NORTH ROAD: Near new 3 bedroom home with 3  bathrooms, has shake roof & cedar siding wwhich blend into the  wooded setting overlooking Keats Island & beyond! Good location,  close to ferry for commuting. Ready of occupancy next month.  Priced at $64,900.  ACREAGE  WATERFRONT ACREAGE: 1.47 acres of wooded parkland with 104'  of frontage on Howe Sound. The site is gently sloping and provides  a spectacular view of the channel between Bowen and Gambler  Islands. Priced at $40,000.  SECHELT VILLAGE: 5 acres measuring 330 x 660'. Will eventually-  have a view. Close to the arena. Try your offer to $35,000.  REDROOFFS: 4 side by side view lots, each 1,18 acres with 100 feet  road frontage. Excellent buys at full price $15,000 each.  ROBERTS CREEK: A fine building lot 72 x* 105', close to beach access.  Property is sipping to the south. Paved road. Asking $15;000.  REDROOFFS AREA: Approx one treed acre. 99' on Redrooffs Rd.  Close to beach and boat launch. Fully serviced. FP only $10.500.  SECHELT VILLAGE ��� Lot 6, selectively cleared leaving some trees.  View of the ocean & within walking distance to shopping. Sewered  this year. Asking $12,000. '  SOUTHWOOD ROAD: Close to 1/2 acre. Level building lot. Hydro  and regional water at road. Check & compare. Attractively priced at  $9,450.  SECHELT VILLAGE: Comfortable single  bedroom home, Ideal for starter or  retirement. Good size living room with  Franklin. 7 x 14' greenhouse and large steel  shed. Vendor would consider carrying 1 st or  A/S @ current interest rates. Asking  $33,000.  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME: 3 bedroom full  basement home on a large landscaped lot,  lots of sundeck on the south west side. The  home also has a extra large attached  double garage with direct entry to the  basement. Rec room and bedroom in  basement are basically finished. FP  $65,900.  WILSON CREEK ��� Own-yaqrowntratler park on Hwy 101. Complete  with mobile home for you to live In. Winding stream through 2.41  acres, two double wide concrete pads. Asking $60,000.  "CLEARED, LEVErrOTTSechelt Village -.62.5 x 120'. ReadyToF  building. Owner will trade as part down payment on home. Value  $11,500.  HALFMOON BAY: Approx 1,1 acres. 2'BR home. Could put second  home on this property. FP $44,900.  BUSINESS BLOCK  ;A LITTLE GOLDMINE: Sechelt's best restaurant. A THRIVING  business with an excelltn gross profit. Living accommodation on site  for the new owners at very little extra.  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.  GOING CONCERN with a good grosV. This block will return a good  solid 10% on invested capital. 3 suites, a restaurant and a dry  cleaners os tenants. Low maintenance. Have access. Some room for  expansion.-          SELMA PARK: Prime building lot I 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, cable vision, hydro. FP $26,500.  SECHELT VILLAGE: Immediate possession -  tidy one bedroom home, steel shed &  greenhouse. Vendor would consider  carrying agreement. Very anxious to sell.  FP $27,500.  WEST SECHELT: Spanish split level home,  near new with all the extra features.  Double carport, workshop, 3 baths, 4  bedrms, 2 fireplaces, bay window and a  formal dining area, Good level lot affords a  view from the 2nd floor, Tile roof. 2288 sq ft  at only $72,500.  SECHELT VILLAGE: 4 Commercial lots. Got them before the prices  rise again I Located on the proposed Toredo Street main highway  ^development, Will be on sewer soon. $125,000,  HALFMOON BAY: Commercial opportunity on Hwy 1011 Gas  station, auto repair shop Investment. A one of a kind. Zoned C2,  Asking $39,900.  REDROOFFS: Large lot, 80 x 256', some trees, southern exposure on  Cooper Road. Reduced to $7500 for quick sale,  VIEW LOTS, SANDY HOOK ��� take your choice of 3, priced low to  sell at $8,050 & $8,150. Owner will look at reasonable offers to  these low prices. >  Help your Heart  Help your Heart  t  FIRST TIME OFFERED,  SOON TO BE SEWERED VILLAGE LOTS  Lot 2 Block Q $10,750  Lot 3 Block Q $10,750  Lot 4 Block Q $10,750  Lot 9 Block Q $12,900  Lot 10 Block Q $12,900  Lot 12 Block Q $11,000  Lot 13 Block Q $13,500  Lot 14 Block q $12,000  Lot 15 Block Q $12,500  Lot 16 Block q $13,500  Lot 17 Block q $13,500  Lot 18 Block q $13,500  Lot 16 Block R $11,500  Lot 17 Block R $11,500  Lot 18 Block R $11,500  Lot 19 Block R $11,500  Lot 20 Block R $12,500  Lot 21 Block R $12,500  jf<W.-i. - -     ���     J  Wednesday, February 28.1979  The Peninsula Times  PageB-7  THE NORTHERN HEATLINER  r *'   ;    \ ���'_ ���>    ' >  *ls a double walled firebox to be used as a*  built-in structural part of a masonry fireplace.  f*Thejonty fireplace that replaces the oxygen  used by the fire, on a continual basis.  ���Positive-air cbntrol ��� greater fuel efficiency.  ' *Srt<oHe-not- heat goes Up the chimney, two  "clampers:        '        " '        ;  ��� *Nq ' drafts  -  gentle  dir  pressure  created  throughput homer  885-2615  Fr����h outeld*  olr ��nter�� j  bock of/  hoatlinar  Warmqlrtlov.  :ont.ol���  h��otlln��r300'F+  Q  *Old fashioned conventional fireplaces function only because of the imperfections In our  homes. Strictly speaking, they'should not work.  There1 is no physical principle behind their- :  ,    j~->-,-~     _^-j���r,_  J_. . W-_ ,        '   __ ' . _ ^  design. - ' ,  ALSO AVAILABLE NORTHERN FIREPLACE INSERTS.  Adjustable, just slide it Into your existing fireplace. Use our unit/save hundreds of  ,. dollar's, and still'enjoy an open fire. Our fan can be installed to further increase  efficiency, on BOTH units, if required.  The economical way to the  convenience of city living  in your country cottage   ���no matter where it is.  lEePOf&B  Setf-deanin  The Sunshine Coast Power Squadron is  sponsoring a VHF licencing course to all  users whether fishermen, tug and barge  operators or pleasure craft owners - in  fact, anyone interested in obtaining a VHF  government licence, soon to become  mandatory to all owners of VHF equipment.  Registration can be obtained at these  two centres: Madeira Park Elementary  School Wednesday, March 14 at 7 p.m.  Sechelt Elementary School Thursday,  March 15 at 7 p.m.   Course material booklet is 75 cents and  instruction will be given out on these  dates, followed by an examination at the  end of March. Location and time will be  announced later, when the date of the  examination is established.  The booklet includes all the information  required for the licence and anyone interested in taking the course but unable to  attend on the dates given should contact:  Dave Smethurst 886-2864 (Gibsons). Chuck"  Williams 883-2649 (Pender Harbour);  Hunter course  HumusTbilet  Justventit...Plugitln...and You're in business  ��� No water"* No costly  plumbing ��� No septic tanks  ��� No chemicals ��� Completely  odourless ��� Simple to install  ��� Heavy duty, efficient   design * Virtually no  maintenance ��� Extends  Jjfe of existing septic  systems by 40%  ��� Government and CSA  approved  Winner Gold Medal International Exhibition of Inventions, Geneva  For further information phone your nearest ATCO office:  18646-96 Ave, 888-4522  Surrey, B.C.  V3T 4W2  ATCO  This Top  30 Record  Survey Is  Brought  To You  Each Week  SOUND  Sunnycrest Centre  Gibsons  886-9111  ^ibsonMAl^dlife^ublwJll^t-on-a  NEW HOURS  STARTING FEBRUARY 1st,  WE WILL BE OPEN  MONDAY - SATURDAY,  9 am  ir^ SPECIAiRIM IN 10FT  PERMS FOR LONG HAIR  Secret Seacity ScUok  'Cowrie St. 885-2818  UBG ARCHITECTURE students on  study tour survey the landscape and  discuss plans for Eileen Glassford  Memorial Theatre on lot shown next  to Gibsons firehall. Architecture  professor John Haaf is at right.  Report is expected from group next  week.  Misconduct:  No running,.No walking.  No exercise. No effort.  Penalty���a shorter life,  No argument,  Fitness is fun.  Try some.  pamrapacnon,  V,  won J*,  CORE (Hunter Training) course beginning March 9, 1979 at the clubhouse on  Highway 101. There will be some 10  sessions in all ��� the topics being Outdoor  Ethics, Gun Handling and Hunter Safety,  Why We Have Regulations, Animal  Identification, Some Birds of B.C., and  Survival and First Aid.  Successfull completion of this course is  necessary for a person to obtain a first  hunting license. So anyone planning on  getting their first hunting license next fall  should definitely take the course now.  Should someone not be interested in  hunting they may still take the course as  mere is much valuable information of  interest to anyone going into the outdoors.  Minimum age is 12 years. Fee is $20 for  the complete course and course material.  Registration night and the first session  will be at 7 p.m. March 9.  Contact George Ruggles at 886-7703 or  Andy Anderson at 886-2022 to signify a wish  to take the course or for further information.  LE TW                                                                             ^  1 1 DAYATHINKI'MSEXY .................         ... Rod StewoFT  3 2 YMCA ....:,.....;   .Village People  4 3"7 HOED THEIINE; T 7:777 i V.7.7." ;7777;7;77,77777777777777777.7 77. Toto  2 4 TOO MUCH HEAVEN .������,7:..7.77    i...... ....BeeGees  .6 5 SEPTEMBER .E.W.F.  10 6 FIRE ..,..,....,-.     : Pointer Sisters  5 7 MY LIFE     .Billy Joel  B 8 LQTTALOVE ..'...         Nicolette Larson  12 9 EVERY VS A WINNER ...          , .Hot Chocolate  7 10 DON'T THROW IT ALL AWAY         A , .Andy Gibb  9 11 SHARING THE NJGHTTOGETHER Dr. Hook  11 12 YOU DON'T BRING ME FLOWERS     Streisand/Diamond  14 13 THE MOMENT THAT IT TAKES   .Trooper  13 14 I LOVE THE NIGHTLIFE Alicia Bridges  16 15 SHAKE IT ���'.,,         Ian Mathews  20 16 SOUL MAN ,            , .Blues Brothers  23 17 TRAGEDY .,...;,.,..,;.   Bee Gees  18 18 WASITYOU ' Stonebolt  15 19 TIME PASSAGES      ," Al Stewart  17 20 HERE COMES THE NIGHT \r Nick Gilder  .2.]....2.1 HQME A,N,P PRY .,,.,���.,,.,...,,..,.,,.,. ..._*,���..,.,.���...,  GfirryRaffftrty..  24 22 A LITTLE MORE LOVE Olivia Newton-John  19 23 OOHBABY BABY Linda Ronstadt  25 24 SOMEWHERE IN THE NIGHT     BarryManllow  2B 25 LADY   Little River Band  22 26 MacARTHUR PARK .,, Donna Summer  ��� 27 WHAT A FOOL BELIEVES , D6oble Brothers  ��� 28 SONG ON THE RADIO  ,,.,, Al Stewart  26 29 PROMISES Eric Clapton  27 30 WE'VE GOT TONIGHT Bob Soger  A service of ICBC  WALA CLAIM  For your convenience  Autoplan's Diat-ACIaitn service  is available throughout British Columbia.  If you have an Autoplan claim, report the details  by phone first, and for easy reference, please have the  Owner's Certificate and your Driver's  Licence hapdy when you call.  If required, an appointment for a damage appraisal  wM he arranged at a convenient time.  SECHELT  claims should be reported to the Courtonay Claim Centre  338-7731 ��^  An ICBC traveling estimator wM examine your vehicle.  GARDEN BAY  IWI mm Im I mm _������  r���ilftf M i*f^sEt��*!r*i!7��m��*)>" - ���* >i$W��-*r#i��*,��M(ftffa* j**��s., j��*- **���-*���  ��� INSURANCE  CX)RPORATK)N  OFBIUTOHCOUJMB1A  Sinclair Bay Road  lust up & over the hill  VOLVO/PENTA - CHRYSLER  H0URST0N GLASCRAFT  EZ LOAD-MERCRUISER  Immediate Repair Service���7 days a week  883-2722  Phone for OurRateron  e   BOAT MOVING  1 I ��� .  '<v-:  Div. 7 Sechelt Elementary  Stories by  I SHOT A RAPID  By JULIA CRUCIL  In September, we all get togeher In the  school gym, for an essembry, then we get  split up into classes, and most people talk  about all the great things they did in  summer, and how good they did it I  walked up to my four best friends, Janle,  Nancy, Susan, and Caroline. They all like  boys, and at assemblies they always sit  near David, Robby, and Michel I guess I  like boys, but I would never sit near one.  I stood behind Janle, and listened to  what they were saying. They were talking  about what they did for summer holidays.  Finally Nancy noticed me. She said, ''Hey,  what did you do in summer? All I said was  "Nothing much." Then Janle said as if she  were going to die if I didn't tell them, "Tell  us, tell us." So then I felt stupid, because I  never did anything exciting so I Just said  "I shot a rapid." "You what!" said Susan.  "You should never kill animals!"  "Shut up, Susan, the principal is  talking." Our principal talked about the  rules for lunch hour and other boaring  things like that Janle and Nancy goofed  off while Caroline, Susan and I pretended  we were listening, but really we were  looking at Jay. He's a new kid in our class;  He acts real cool but he's scared of all the  bullys in our school.  After.the assembly, Janle and Susan  asked me why I killed an animal. I said, "I  didn't shoot a rabbit, I shot a rapid.'' Then  Janle and Susan looked at each other and  they1 turned to Caroline. Carolineand I  were laughing. Janie and Susan had dumb  looks on their faces.  Caroline and I spent recess talking  about "shooting the rapids/' She asked me  what it was Uke. Since I didn't know I said,  "Fun, I guess." Caroline asked me what  kind of boat we used to go down the river.  "It was an inflatable boat, that was when  we went together, with a bunch of other  people. Then by myself I went in a kyak."  "Was it fun?" Caroline asked me. "Sure it  was,? I said. Caroline asks so many  questions!  The End  THE CREATURE FROM  THE DISTANT PLANET  By RODDY PAUL  Oncewhen I was walking down the road  to my house I saw a big flash of light Sol  went to where I saw it down at the beach  and I looked across the water. I saw a  glowing light flashing in the water like a  giant light going on and off. So I just forgot  about it and,went home.  A week went by and I wondered about  that light I saw. So the next night I went  down to the beach were I saw the glowing  light and a strange figure that looked like  giant hawk that appeared right over the  light I sat there for an hour and watched  the figure than I went home.  Three weeks wenfcby and as I was  walking home I saw another light So I  went to where it landed and I saw a giant  turtle appear from tile water.  I ran heme but I didn't tell my dad what  I saw because he mightve called the  police. I wouldn't he able to see them  anymore and I wouldn't be able to study  them anymore.  The End  IT WAS a surprise visit for both the  villages of Gibsons and Sechelt when  Canada Week program officer Ingrid  Somerton, right, arrived to give information on possible,Canada Week  celebrations. Sechelt village clerk  Tom Wood, left, and Mayor Harold  Nelson receive pins of Canadian flags  as examples of souvenirs..  PageB-8  '       The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, February 28,1979  Squaringly yours  _ty MAURICE HEMSTREET  Bear-paw fall down  By TERRY CHARLENE ALLAN  and JENNIFER HOPKINS  We were beginning to wonder if we  were ever going to see land during the  three-hour boat ride on the "Price". All of  us asked "how far is it now?" but we  finally got there.  ��� Boy! We sure have been busy. We had  barely got into the dorms and made our  beds when they had us go on a two-mile  hike. It wasn't a very long hike but when  some of us had bear-paw snowshoes on it  seemed like miles because we fell down a  lot.  On the second day some of the group  went fishing and the rest went canoeing.  The fishing was great Rob Graham and  Keith Julius caught three red snappers,  and that was good, since we were only out  for a short time. The second group that  went out did better. Robby Gibbons caught  the biggest fish.  The others went canoeing but because  the water was at low tide the first didn't  get a chance to go up the Deserted River.  When our group went the tide was higher  so we had a chance to try and go up it  There are many rocks, some we made  over by the skin of our teeth, but it was  great fun. 7  Wednesday we woke up at seven am. to  find the pipes were frozen, so four boys  volunteered to pack water you use until  you have to pack water to wash dishes for  twenty-six people; It unthawed by 1-30,  then it frote again Thursday morning. The  dish crew pulled together and finished  cleaning the whole cookhouse.  Some of the girls are already homesick  but I'm sure we will survive.  COLOR PHOTO LAB OPPORTUNITY  For th_ area s��rv��_ by thl* newspaper there Is a unique opportunity to Mart a small  volume lab (200+ rolls of Kodacolor film per day). Thl* It a flrowth type business  with an excellent record for return and profit. It It large enough In potential to  support a partnership operation ot the time of opening. We have the necessary  Kodak equipment, training and Installation know-how to start this lab before  summer's volume. Approximate Investment required Is $80,000 and front line  premises of 1,200 sq.����. Contact Barry M. Hook, President, TRICOLOR PROIAB LTD  New Westminster, B.C. (604) 524-3636, or write c/o Box 3000, New Westminster'  VOL 5A8 giving details. No trlflers, please.  Announcing  HALL MUSGROVE, PRESIDENT OF MUSGROVE FORD SALES LTD., IS  PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE E.E. (MICKEY) COE HAS JblNED OUR  STAFF AS FLEET AND LEASE CONSULTANT. MICKEY HAS BEEN  SELLING FORD PRODUCTS ON THE  SUNSHJNE COAST FOR THE PAST  32 YEARS AND INVITES ALL HIS  FRIENDS TO DROP IN AND SEE HIM  OR PHONE  COLLECT:  OWc�� 171:81^  HonttM 2710486  ���J.' (Mickey] CO*  _L__r___���____ ____>-__��� . ____l_tl_  ntfmng ur or imivn  REQUIREMENTS  ���P  Hello dere, fellow square dancers. A  miracle has happened. Once again I am  on time with my column, but there will be  times when I may be a little late due to a  very heavy schedule in the square dance  field. However, if you don't find my  column in The Times, don't give up. Buy  the following Times and I will be there.  Feb. 16 ��� There I was, all alone on  stage as Harry had already headed for  Vancouver, so with only one set on the  floor we brushed up on the figures that we  thought we would need at the B.C. Ball and  we still _ad a lot of funrand at coffee time  past-president Lloyd Scrimshaw took over  to make sure that all was ready for the  next day, and of course we knew it would  be as Lloyd took care of all reservations at  the hotel.  Going by memory alone at the Nineth  Annual B.C. Square Dance Ball at the  Vancouver Hotel, there were over 800  square dancers on the floor (that's a lot of  colour), and a fantastic panel of callers  including our own caller Harry Robertson  who in my mind was second place in voice  clarification. Now if by chance that any of  the caller lab. should read this column,  you figure out who I think is,number one  and then the rest of you when you practise  your calls just think to yourself, can all  ^ose^ua^dancers^ut there hear my-  calls clearly? You know, if you can't hear  those calls you can't dance them. Anyway,  with over eight hours of square dancing  and workshops, it was one fantastic square  dance and that's all I am going to tell you  because I have for many years now been  trying to tell you that the only way to have  fun, meet new friends and renew old  friendships Is to Join In the fun of square  dancing, the most economical evening out  you can have.  At breakfast the next 'morning, Harry  Just wasn't himself in the annual pancake  toss. He had to richochet the pancake off  of '^^'^^ayxi^'fsli that George  Flack, the original catcher of the flap Jack,  could make his' catch. Well, better luck  next time.  Feb. 23 ��� Last Friday evening with  good old me once more on deck and a neat  two sets on the floor. It had to be one of the  best dances I have ever called for, there  were no mistakes at all, Just great, and I  lust can't figure this out, caller Harry  was at work and of course wasn't there  and (Hmmmmmmmm, well I be derned,  could it be ��� naw).  Dates coming up are ��� March 3;  beginners square dance Jamboree at the  Moecrop School in Burnaby, March 10 at  the St. Hilda's Church Hall, social evening  and March 17 Welcome Beach Hall,  another social evening of fun and now I  have run out of paper so have a good day,  see you at the Square dance, bye now.  Power  squadron  On Feb. 16 at the home of Don and  Haul Hadden of Selma Park, the Sunshine  Coast Power Squadron had their monthr/  meeting and reviewed the shapely  measurements of Dave and Gloria Fyles'.  "Sunshine Girl".  With a series of coloured photographs  expertly projected by Dave Smethurst,  Dave Fyles traced out the progress of  building their dreamboat from the  blueprints to its completion three and a  half years later, when It was launched with  a bottle of bubbly.  We wish them both many happy hours  of sailing.  The next Squadron meeting will be held  M*ffillG*,the,progrj^  BUDGET  REST__IGHa��  They're going to cost  us our jobs.  They could cost you  yovr  Last year our Union was awarded a contract which was the product of  the Essential Services Disputes Act, legislation enacted by the provincial  government.  That contract guaranteed us-an eight per cent increase in pay and  benefits for 1979.  After that contract was awarded, the s&me provincial government told  British Columbia's hospital boards they couldn't increase their 1979  budgets by more than five per cent over last year's.  That's not enough to keep up with inflation, let alone pay the wage  increases promised to us and our fellow hospital workers.  Something has to give . . . and that something, 'at most hospitals, is  our jobs. People are being laid off, or aren't being replaced when they  retire or quit.  The figures vary, but the provincial average could be as high as one in  every 10 health care workers losing their jobs, or not being replaced,  in 1979.  That concerns us, for,obvious reasons: these are, after all, our jobs, our  means of making a living; and we care about health care.  It may surprise you to learn it also concerns most hospital boards and  administrators, our employers, people who are every bit as concerned  as we about budget restrictions and the lowered standard of patient  care they must inevitably bring about.  Who's going to be the real loser in this round of Election money games?  You are. You're the one who could desperately need that tenth worker  when you, or your loved ones, must be in hospital this year. You're the  one who isn't going to get the care that tenth worker could offer.  ���Think-about-it-Go-to-the_nextjneeting of_your_hospitaLboard_and_ask_  the trustees there about it. Then write to Robert McClelland, the  Ministet of Health . . . tell him what you think about it:  HOSPITAL  EMPLOYEES'  UNION ffi8*  TEMPO PRODUCTS AND CONSTRUCTION  THE KEY TO SUCCESSFUL BUILDING  TEMPO PRODUCTS AND CONSTRUCTION IS PLEASEDT*ND-PftOUfr  TO ANNOUNCE THE END OF ANOTHER MOST SUCCESSFUL YEAR OF  QUALITY BUILDING ON OUR PENINSULA. 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' \  V  Basketball round-up  Best girls' teams here for tourney  Twelve of the best senior girls'  basketball teams in British Columbia have  -arrivedin-Gibsons for thfrB.CdSenior 'A'  tournament at Elphinstone.    .  -���The-lirst-four-games7of-the-28^ame-  tournament get underway today, with  Grand Forks playing Armstrong at 3  o'clock, Fort St. James taking on  Revelstoke at 4:30, Creston facing Kelly  - Road^f-^rince-George-at-S-and-Elphin--  Section C  Wednesday, February 28,1979  Pages 1-4  Basketball round-up  Cougars end badly  Elphinstone Cougars closed out their  basketball season on a disappointing note  on the weekend, winning only one of four  games in the Howe Sound senior boys'  tournament at Squamish.  The Cougars, who finished a close  second in last year's tournament edged  Ts'zil Toros of Mount Currie 72-70 for their  only victory in the two-day tournament.  Theirlosses were to Howe Sound,-the"  eventual champions, North Vancouver  and Pemberton.  "The tournament epitomized our entire  season," said coach Gary Gray. "When we  need to play extremely well, we didn't;  when we needed a disciplined performance, we didn't get it."  Gray said Elphinstone's best game was  an 89-73 loss to North Vancouver, but the  Cougars were unable to stop Andy Stone,  who scored 36 points. The Cougars  dropppd a 95-61 decision to Howe Sound of  Squamish on Friday and lost to Pemberton  by seven points on Saturday.  Cougar centre Jeff Mulcaster was  named to the all-star team but fouled out  of two games, including the Pemberton  contest, which the Cougars had been expected to win.  Other all-stars were Andy Stone of  most valuable player.  Gray said the Cougars were hampered  by lade of size, their inability to check  their opponents' tall men effectively and  frequent turnovers. <  "Although I'm disappointed in the  results and the players are too, I have to  say that they always hustled and never  gave up," he said. "I can't fault them for  that."  The Elphinstone coach said Mulcaster  was the top offensive performer for his  team, while Bruce Northway was the  steadiest defensively. Forward Larry  Lineker scored in double figures consistently, Clint Suveges played an excellent game against North Vancouver  and Mike Partridge played his best  basketball of the season, Gray added.  Elphinstone played without Wally Nygren  and Gary Knowles.  The team finished the season with a 16-  13 record. With at least five and perhaps as  many as seven players returning next  reason and several talented juniors from  Elphinstone and Chatelech ready to move  up, the 197940 edition of the Cougars could  be considerably stronger.  stone meeting the tall St. Thomas Aquinas  team at 7:30.  There will be eight games on each of  the next three days, starting at 8:30.  Elphinstone's second gamewi_rbe-atifriO -  a.m. Thursday, against Masset.  The teams have been placed in four  groups of three for the round-robin portion  of the tournament. The top two teams in  each group will advance to the championship playoffs. Elphinstone, which is  playing in the senior girls' provincial  finals for the first time, is in Group D, with  St. Thomas Aquinas ahd Masset.  Coach June Wilson was encouraged by  her team's play in the recent Vancouver  and District tournament, where Elphinstone placed fourth and Laurie Hill made  the all-star team, but she feels teams such-  as Creston, Little Flower Academy, Kelly  RoadrGrandr Forks ~arid~Str=Th\j_aas"  Aquinas have a tatter chance of winning  the tournament.  Both day passes and tournament  passes are being sold. The day passes are  $1 for students with student cards, $2 for  other spectators, while the tournament  passes cost $3 and $6.  The championship game is scheduled  for 8:30 p.m. Saturday. First and second  all-star teams and a most valuable player  will be selected.  One of the tournament activities  scheduled is a banquet for players and  coaches Thursday night. Guest speaker  will be Bev Barnes, a former Elphinstone  player who went on to play for UBC, the  B.C. women's team and Canada's national  team. ���       At press time, billets were still required  for about two dozen of the visiting players.  If you can billet some of the girls, please  contact June Wilson at Elphinstone, 886-  2204.  , - In other basketball news, Elphinstone's  Grade 8 boys' team exploded for 32 points  in the second half Thursday and defeated  Howe Sound of Squamish 56-44. Elphinstone scored numerous baskets on fast  break plays and led by 22 points late in the  third quarter. Top scorea were Clint  Mahlman, 18; Murray Gant, 11 and Gerry  Edgecombe, 10.  North Vancouver, E. Nelson of Ts-zil, Dale  Chumley of Pemberton and Mark  Westlund and Neil Roberts of Howe Sound.  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ANNUAL MEETING  Sechelt Fire Protection District  Noiko l�� hor oby fjlvon thol tho unclenlQnod hat boon appointor! roturnlnrj OFFICER  to conduct nn olortlnn, to ��oloct Two (?) Tru��too�� tor tho obovo mentioned Dlilrlct,  Ono rruitoo to bo oloclod from tho ownori ol londs within tho Socholt Flro rVotocilon  District NOT within tho Corporation ol tho Vlllago ol Socholt, and Ono Truttoo to bo  olocted by tho owttar* ol land'wllhln tho Corporation ol tho Vlllago ol Socholt, Tho  regltlorod vot��r�� oro horoby notlilod ta atlond a mooting to bo hold in Iho Socholt  Flro Hall, Inlot Avonuo, Socholt, B,C, March 19, 1979 at tho hour of 7;30 o'clock p.m.  ot which place and hour I ��hall procood to call lor nomination* and to take tho vote*  ol tho doctor* pratont, Tho told moating will bo cloned at toon at tho votot of tho  "���fcWff-WPii ���HNMMWWv IWftf'WPtW0;1rWl#W V_W##'<W^(|I _NBW#W vAWi WW#iMI Wl##IMW9ft_m ,r'���������'"           Dated thlt 26th day pf February, A,D. (979, ,  BENJAMIN D, FIRTH,  Returning Ofllcor  paper ba^rAs-weirss~being-able to -start-  the engine by swinging the prop, the  stewardess required the strength to pry  the passengers' fingers loose from  the seats.  By, the time I relaxed enough to get my  fingers straight they had introduced the  jet aircraft. When I first got on one of these  monsters I thought I had got on a train by  mistake. Just when I expected to disappear into a tunnel we took off.  . About the time my stomach caught up  with me they brought around the food tray.  What looked like plastic-wrapped food was  actually just plastic, which gets securely  lodged in your throat so you cannot upchuck your lunch ��� (progress - no brown  bags).  When I worked up enough courage to  look out the port hole we were either flying  above the clouds or flying upside down.  Neither prospect thrilled me too much.  Funny I cannot recall where I went that  time,  Other more sophisticated Jet travellers  come back with stories of warm white  beaches and warm brown girls but I can  only remember the airport washroom. I  remember nature driving me to the  washroom after my pocket knife sounded  the weapons detector alarm. I fled to the  metal cubicle with my bags and cameras  and overcoat flapping. There I became  further frustrated by the toilet seat. It was  spring loaded. Every time I tried to sit  down it would stand up ��� I held it down  with my foot if you must know.  Next, I couldrft find the flusher ��� no  lever, no chain, noplunger ��� nothing. By  now 1 was beginning toi feel like the farm  boy with his money pinned to his underwear. They put a picture of a man on  the door so anyone can find their way in,  then they hide the flusher. Do you know  where they hid It? They hid It on tho floor  ��� they hid it on the floor right beneath my  suitcase.  The wash basin was the next problem.  It was either fastened on to the wall by a  midget or by someone with a fetish for  clean knee caps. The soap was in ono of  those little pumps that squirts over your  hand onto your pants, which didn't matter  too much because tho water came out with  such velocity that It sprayed all down your  front anyway. There was no towels ��� you  had to stand llko n beggor with your hands  cupped beneath this damn blower which  shuts off as soon as it begins to get warm.  Tho mirror still has me puzzled. I don't  know If It was warped or if I really looked  like that.  Anyway, If I can think font enough to  keep up witty this Jot, I'll write from  Mexico. If not I'll Just write on these  washroom walla.  Keep strokln.  home fuel?  ��� the name of the foamed-in-place insulation that fills the spaces between interior  and exterior house walls, where much of your energy loss occurs. 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The beauty of (this program is that  Use 'Times' Adbrlefs to Sell,  Rent, Buy, Swap etc.  accepted and no subtle pressure is put  upon parents to act in certain.ways.  The next group starts in Wilson Creek  Community H9II on March 7, 9:30 -11:30  a.m. Babysitting is available in the Scout  Hall. The fee is $12 per family for 12  sessions. This includes textbook.  Please prereglster with "the group  leaders Ewa Allen, 885-9581 or Janette  Gordon, 886-7701.  WESTERN WHEEL & PARTS LTD.  SPECIALIZING IN TRUCK PARTS  ON HIGHWAY OR OFF HIGHWAY TRUCKS.  BRAKEBLOK ��� HAYES DANA ��� ANCHORLOK  - MAXI BRAKE ��� TIMKEN BEARINGS - BERG  Office.- 885-2515  Eves - 885-2646  Eves - 886-2650  Next .to T&T Welding  E. Porpoise Bay Rd. Sechelt,  Minor  League standings have been finalized  rwith winners Jn. all -divisions-~ playoffs  will get under way March 1, continuing  through 'til March 18. Exhibition games  with  other, associations  will  continue  through the next three weeks as well.  The play-off format will involve a  round-robin series in each division, and in  the event of a tie at the conclusion of the  play-offs, final champion will be decided  by the league standings.  League champions for 1978-79 season  were the Kinsmen Kin-ucks in the pup  division. The T&T Truckers enjoyed an  .undefeated season in the Atom division, It  was the Legion 109s edging out TBS for top  -spot-in-Peeweer-while-the-Bantam-GTs-  bounced back from a winless season last  year to a near flawless season this year.  ^--Thfrmidgetdivision=saw=theWeldwood���  Clippers battle the Tyee Flyers to the wire  all year, with the Flyers winning, the  Bananas  overwhelm  The Bananas overwhelmed the  Wakefield United 6-2 at Pender Harbour  Sunday with ��� Jerry Mercer booting in  three. Mike West got one and Doug Bar-  saloux is reported to have stuck one in his  own goal by mistake. c  Ray Walker scored two for United and  our correspondent says he was the  "liveliest player".  Action continues Sunday.  league title, "but holding their breath for  J__J___^_?s. H was the Midget Rangers  sponsored by Sechelt Credit Union enjoying a banner season, but indications are  "ffieT21sc��rGlasinea^^  legitimate contender come play-offs.  First play-off week schedule follows:  PLAY-OFF SCHEDULE  Thursday (March 1): 7:15-8:45 p.m. ���  Juvenile play-off Rangers vs A's; 9-10 p.m.  ��� Glass practice.  Saturday (March 3): 10:30-11:45 ��� Pup  play-off 140's vs Sabres; 12:00-1:15 ���  Atom playoff T&T vs Elphinstone; 1:30-  2:45 ��� Clippers & Aces practice; 3-4:15 ���  Delta vs 109's.   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As the years pass, Guido and  Atonia have two more children and build  fruit' and  gfocery^l__nW~in  a__ra_MBff_uie  telecast"oriSun-av.MarchlUt7p.m.The   their fruit  and  grocery  business   in  rirnwam"gfjfrft-Rruno-Gflrussi aB-GuiW^Toronto's^est^d^oajnodestsuccess���  programnjtar_~Bruno~Gerussi as"Guido  ^GiMtH^^^^ Henry as his wife.     When he gets older, a series of events  " ewfechargedthis mon*wa&coveririg fbr.a^exp^ AnSa lead Guido to question whether cwning to  }Mrm journal the first dayof the 21st an:  >amoreukely figure. And that of course ���      ��� contemporary ^MdawastherighUhingforhimtodo  'i_.'.._%_. _u__v n_...^_ _���w _�� ak. - i_ _���__ fh_ nrnrfiinor '. ��� IBIS nun IS uie omy cwneuipurai-y     ���  -__h__*_a tn Trnlv nnd reaches some final  Wl Growers short Course held at Ab-  /botsford.  X This as usual was athree day affair and  -*'. attracted a large number of Fraser Valley  "farmers. The program that day was  concerned with the small-fruit growing  industry and included a couple of things  that were thought provoking to people  other than producers.  Everyone saw the tremendous increase  ~in price otraSpberries-in-the-1978-seaspnr  Producer's price went to 70 cents per  pound and a further rise" did riof seem  is to the producer. This film is the only contemporary  So if you have a few raspberry canes in .story in the series, and was produced in  your garden treat them as though they are Toronto and Italy. Guido Vitelli comes to  ah oil well ��� it would seem that they are Canada in the early 1950s from the village,'  going to be just about as valuable." K you of Opi in the Abruzzi region of central  do not have any and you have the room, do , Italy. As soon as he gets work he sends for  yourself a favour and get some going, his wife and two children, Franco and ;  Maybe the price won't always be this high, 7  in fact in this observer's opinion it most   iff     ��� ���   ���_ ��  l_  certainly will not, but just as certainly you   Wfmfl   |]_|V Of  Pf-lVftr  wiU never see 10 cents a pound again.       ����������������*���   v��j   vi   ��� iujvi  This coast is one of the T>est raspberry���The time-of the World Dayof Prayer _r  . producing areas in the .world. Outside __with_is once raore.This yeajrthe theme is  money, apparently much of it of Asiatic   'Spiritual Growth'. Our speaker will be  puuiiu wiu di ��u wn. ����* ����.^��-�� "--**��� money, apparently mucn ot u or Asiatic -apiniuai urowui. um atiww_ ��w __-_  __^Wfi_W_^K_��^ origin'is pouring into the industry and M?s. Simmons of the Salvation Army.  Governmentsiffipiati �� Sg BbS "mifluite DreMred to *"*��� a hr^SB Everyone * ^lcome.men, women and  and the director of the Raspberry Growers  Try folk dancing  Folk' dancing "is   described   as   a  delightful mixture of good music, international culture, graceful and rigorous  - excercise- and lots of good fun with  seems quite prepared to make a business Everyone. is welcome men, women and  out of growing raspberries on $15,000 an children, So may we welcome you to the  acre land. If that doesn't boggle the mind, World Day of Prayer service and af-  nothing will. terward for refreshments in the Hall  This peninsula was once, it is said, Friday, March 2 at 1:30 p.m. in St. Bar-  quite a small-fruit growing area, and tholomew's Anglican Church, Gibsons,  certainly it has all the right physical  conditions. Maybe with the kind of future  that seems indicated there could be a  revival of what will be a pretty stable and  _���_.��.. x._, _��� ���,,.-.--_ . valuable industry once the present  congenial people. You can try it Thursdays- -madness has been dissipated,  from 8 to 10 p.m. at Sechelt Elementary Another interesting bit of information  gym. Everyone of all ages, singles and , at the growers course was contained in a  couples, are welcome. chart on the wall of one of the, rooms. It  Dancers say it is no only joyful but showed the, import and export situation  allows the opportunity to step back in time .regarding vegetables, and the Course  and participate in an art that has long been devotes a whole day to the vegetable in-  practiced by millions of people all over the dustry in the Valley. The last information  world. '   available indicated that this is in very poor  Instructors Nancy Macleod and Adrian shape with growers unable to compete  Belshaw are recommended as exceptional   with foreign imports. Aside from that  opposite Gibsons Elementary School.  Thank you.  WAS*!*-***    �����_��    ������--. w w  He returns to Italy ahd reaches some final  decisions in the village of his birth.  Featured with Gerussi and Henry are  David Calderisi, Gino Marrocoo in key  roles. The supporting cast consists of  Ardon Bess, Arch McDonell, Charlotte  Odele, A Pittaluga, Deborah Turnbull, Bob  Vinci, Robert Warner and Michael Win-  .cctt.jn_ej3tory was conceived by David  Humphrey and the screenplay was written  _hyJ)pug_IsJ$owie.  The PresenrwM~d_?ected*b7~ReTKr  Bonniere ���who__ also___did THE-  NEWCOMERS 1927 episode. Original  music was by John Mills-Cockell.  Producers are. Richard-Nielsen and Pat-  Ferns of Nielsen-Ferns International Inc.  and Imperial's executive- producer is  Gordon Hindi.     New Hallmark books coming in soon,  interesting titles, good light reading. ���  Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  ITS OUR  SEW  EASY      885-2725  Cowrie St,  Sechelt,  and 45" POLYESTERS-$2.49 metre.  ���10% OFF ON QUALITY  - _  - VELOURS  ~��~20��/o~OFFV1YEtLA���  ���GREAT .SAVINGS ON SELECTED  - pbLY/COTTON BLENDS.  STARTS FEBRUARY 26  ENDS MARCH 17.  teachers with the patience of saints and  they create a special atmosphere for  participants.  They allot time at each class to new  dances, reviewing old ones, and also to  plunging into the dances everyone knows.  Beginners can watch or learn the dances  by dancing behind the circle. They always  welcome complete novices and pace the  class according to who is present.  Come outrandenjoyit.   They say the answer to  your problems is just  around the corner.  Why not take a walk and  find out.  acriankW  pdmiapaaionl���- a  Walk a Hock.Today.  situation, to one who used to work from 6  a.m. to 8 a.m. every morning in the garden  before going to work because plenty of  cheap vegetables was a financial necessity  in the family, the figures are pretty  shocking.  Why do we have to import so many  carrots, broccoli and similar things that  we can grow so well? Easier to drive to the  supermarket perhaps? Must be, because  - withmoreand more leisure as the general��� ]  rule, it is not because we haven't the time.  More and more it is being borne out to  this observer that the high cost of living is,  in reality, the cost of high living. Of course  it is well understood that not everyone has  a garden, but those who have and do not  plan for some kind of home  grown  vegetable supply are, missing more than  those vegetables. They are paying prices  boosted out of all.reason by a shrinking  ' dollar, for imported food we should, be  growing for ourselves. Worth a thought?  Before we leave the Growers Course, it  might be interesting to learn of some of the,  _j_exotic'^vegetables7dn_dispiay. Mostly,  for, some  reason, these seem to be  radishes, with varieties from 10 inches to  T one foot long arid three to four inches In  diameter. There were also white carrots  with an unattractive dirty brown skin,  something called "Jicama" and Whitloof  chicory which looks like a parsnip with  luxuriant green and white foliage. No  other information available unfortunately  on any of them.  Originally this effusion was going to  deal with some of the outside work in the  garden when the weather breaks ��� like  doing something with the lawn for instance. But this other rather unusual  subject seemed worthy of attention and  anyhow the weather does not call us  outside at present.  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Thot<y,. &tyt(ioT,Reeves StdllU:  HE PENINSULA TIMES  -Tuesday.-Tuly 26. 4ijtyf   -I  The Peninsula Times  Published every Tuesday at Gibsons,  B.C.  Claude S. Hoodspith  Address all communications to The Editor, Gibsons,  B.C..  Delivered free of charge to every home between Port Mellon, B.C. and  Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  Telephones ��� Gibsons, 6-K;    West Vancouver, 1991  Display advertising rate ��� SQxfnta pfir ^column inch.  Classified advertising rate ��� 3 lines, IS words, 35c.  VOL. I.  No/ 47  GibsonsLiquorStore  The announcement of the Peninsula  Hoard of Trade an/} Industry of their action  to promote the -establishment of a liquor  store'at Gibsons has proved a controversial  topic. The reason why it has become a  matter of debate is based on the various  backgrounds and environments of our population.  As in every other place in the Dominion,  there is a section of the residents who  oppose anv form of liquor commerce. On  the whole, the backgrounds of these people  are based on the object of 'good living."  A religious belief is usually part of their  environment. But why should there be such  a strong opposition to liquor? Does not  the New Testament record the fu^; that  at some of .the ���.weddings at which Jesus  Christ was a guest, there were wines served? This does not mean that He promoted  ������the"drinking of liquor. However/He tolerated the proper, use of alcoholic bever-  l_agcs,���__ __. ,.;:,.���.���..i_i���.L'.-j..-T.:'-__:-:.:._^_  ���\Vheii it is misused, liquor can honestly  ~lu_jc_lk.d a disippation. But it is_no_-the-  only disippation in this world. A tendency  to Tpver-indulge in gossiping/selfishness,  andiiarrowr.mindedness carwb�� iust as detri-,-  menjal to society. Such .ways are promoted  by isonic of the fine people who oppose  the rights of others to enioy a glass of  liquor.  Of course the narrow-minded people  will profess that they do not object to a  glass of liquor but to the abuse of the  privilege, And vet their children will be  forbidden to drink alcoholic beverages in  any manner or form. There is a peculiar  relationship between the backgrounds and  the drinking tendencies of the young people  For Future Days  Last week wc talked about, the summer  visitor, from the residents' froint of view,  and gathered that it was, after, all, beneficial for all concerned, to sh.are._our Peninsula with our visitors, Now, let us look  at (he situation from the point.rif view of  the visitors,  The Peninsula, all parts of it, of,fcr some  of the loveliest, grandest scenery on the  coast, All the visitors enjoy it immensely,  On fine days, to look out across the Straits,  of today. Some of the worst alcoholics  have been brought up in strict homes, This  can be attributed to. in a few cases, the  present environment of the person. How  ever, much of the blame can go to these  homes.  How has the home failed? Each case has  its own circumstances but on the whole  there is a general explanation. In,a strict  home a taboo is placed on all discussions  dealing with alcohol. The children are told  that drinking is bad and, in some homes,  they are forbidden to have liquor even when  they reach youth. Thus a curiosity devel-  opes. On an occasion some liquor is obtained by devious means. As it. is forbidden  fruit it provides an exciting escapade. There  fore some young people think that it is  smart to "stow-it-away down-the-hatch".  Thus, alcphplics: something which can be  prevented.  The time for prevention for dissipation  _is_bef_u:e_tlieJiarniJiaaJbeen_done."J\Vhem:a-  child enters his teens he should be allohved  ���to-taste-Kejuor niixc<Hfl--w^k-por-tia_&-As_  the person grows older the drinks should  become stronger and a variety should   be  -offered.  In addition there should be family discussions on the right use of liquor and on  the horrible results caused by misuse. Thus  the secrecy is abolished and assurance added. The youth may like liquor but he would  become a connoisseur of good drinks. Also  he would be able to get more enjoyment  out of having one drink than an untrained  person with a craze for liquor would ever  get out of having many drinks.  Liquor cannot be abolished so why not  educate the people. The time is NOW.  in trim. Would roller-rinks be altogether  too unheard of to have up on the Peninsula?  Would open air dance floors, with juke  boxes if necessary, be too great a thing to  wish for? Or even pleasantly organized evening dances once or twice weekly, not too  greatly dress-up affairs, and not too expensive���could they he of use? We really  that the terrain does not lend itself, without considerable expenditure, to golf. But  how about a pitting green or two? 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THE COAST NEWS, Halfmoon Bay, B.C..
Gibson's featherweight artists,
reversing recent tendencies to
allow o___eam_Ao_t»k?_Oie_
honors, racked up a 14-10 score
against Boberts Creek in a lively
badminton match Feb 12
Pender Harbour Badminton
Club relaxed with a hard time,
dance, and officers ot the club
were busy collecting the two-bit
fmes imposed on all who came
through the war and door in the
Sunday bests
: Receipts ol the evening will
be used for club expenses
Irvine's Landing community
hall is reported to have survived
the,. shock of the. evening.
The Road Question
WlTH PAMAMENTgetting baclrto-workrand- kn6ws~witlfevery one ol* the 5,000 chuck-holes-
a labor surplus looming on the home market
the people all over B.C. have every reason to
expect a renewed road program and some honest workmanship and results. The road problem has been and is still being kicked all over
the province and into the Peace River block,
and it seems to Us that if the same energy was
used to meet responsibilities as is used by many
of our leaders to dodge them we should have
today one of the finest road systems on the
It may come as a shock to our trusted M.L.A.'s
soon to meet in Victoria, but we on the Sechelt
to the mile that the road-bed is shot and needs
rebuilding. Repairs are nflt lasting because
there is no foundation suited to take the type
of repairs in use.
Since the different road officials up here
are not getting results from their suggestions
as to what needs to be done we take this opportunity to remind the public-spirited public
works department that we need a ripper over
all our roads between Halfmoon Bay to Gibson's Landing, followed by a gravelling foundation, followed by grading and oiling.
It is worse than feeble to proclaim that suitable road building material is not available at
Peninsula, and along the lower coast and taking low cost in adequate quantities. It is lying on
in the Howe Sound Area have a road problem,
We haven't one single, road deserving of the
name or the traffic it bears, and some very important parts "of this area haven't any roads of
any nature at all—nbt even bad ones.
It is time that every official and unofficial
body-in this toeatook-itrupdnthemselvestorlef-
Victoria know that we need a road rebuilding
program here. It is useless to watch the scrapers
shift a,little bit of surface dust back and forth
when every car, truck, bus and taxi driver
the beaches waiting while the logging companies, (which must take care of their equipment at their own expense) build roads of
which the whole area is jealous, using as their
base the much despised beach gravel.
Personally we hope' that the taxi-ttrucjr.
delegation will get no results while they negotiate from this end of the Strait of Georgia,
other than develop the letter writing ability
of their secretary.
Gibsons Landing Gelebmtes
«^V    HerJG^en JuM
ORCHESTRA playing in Women's,
Institute Hall, July and August, 1931.
IT may nut  be' gent rally known  lhat  thl»
year.  In   Glbsonr   Landing   Jubilee . year
•   shifty ycais ago on M»> 2*. I8W, George W.
Cjjbson anil iwo~TwhV''Jrove' HiV' ni.mrVi'aa'
Make* on hi* pre-emption ln,Ulrii\cl l«ot' tSM
and 'gave It his .'name/-.""  ■•;-—-;■";~ •
.Ccoifip W. Glbaon was bom at Liurolii.
Knjjlaiid, nnd at 12 years of ake. became at
tsiHhed'In Iffr"Slaje»ty> Navy. M>rvlhtf under
jri* I'nitn Jack till he sot his certificate Knil-
^ratlniLto Canada', his famll> ll\ed at <.'h»-
th*n\ Ontailo, for sum* time, loiter, coming
West with hln sons, he locatnd ln,the ttprini; of
1880, at .Oynter Bay, Vancouver l»lu'id....__) .
'wliTttedUrrre ai a lumber cnxjip r
. That winter lhey»tiullt ■ boat and In Hi*
spring of 1888 necking a nr>t» home ramp
;toro«i the Gulf of Georgia. eihkiniTtlw V-r^T.""
.   Eskimo Ancfestry?
■ f' ■•   .
; , An attempt tn establish thoancixhy of the
Canadian Khklino is la'lit made Uv the
<uprem* Court of Canada
"■\"M qlmmiiii'i mm-in uuwiwnm tup in—
mlnlnn and Queltcr g6vernnieiita iet|urM the i
court to dead* whether tho Ksklmo U an
Indian, for- sr r»c« distinct'frmrr rhr>*_rtj'
*dlap, and which-government nhould brai
"" ^feeding more than loon drrtltute
^the^^becfitn^ of the
they came through' Shoal Channel, camping
for the night un Sandy Beach. Keats Island
• the nlte nf Ihp .present Baptist Church
■ ^. ■•
. ^i^.uii_a_ifc.iwln_ ACivM.tije.bttx.-toA
-point—njoite lu where the Gib»on» landing
what f'in now located George W. G:b»on filing1
DiMitrt Lot CfeBj*!G?o'gl_w_jjJH«j°P^_^<"
filed on IMnt.rtet-i.tjt «88, WlilrJir'naji later to
be known a* Mm D./jjralla Subdivision: while
Italph filed uh Piisley Inland, which tie
later f*.ld to iff AKnott of the CP.R.
liuill Fiml Wharf
After the Fire
Mr   (;il>M,i>r m ,  helped  (o. build  the  flrft
"~wTmTT~JIT" Vanrnuver  after   the  G*e_t   Fire,
later, w'n king'for. Motilson   Hogg,  building
/row*.';  in li-twfji  limes he built hi* house
■«' ■:i''V>">'' n!r» i mmll whaif, and he and
.—        •      ■*• '   '        .,' .       .I i
htr- fnin'ilv »ettl.d down In their nrw horn*.
"*   TovMi    Gllivin   tell  the lot- of  being  post*
n:ii!-'iir .ilxo  MiH^iMinte.  which   position   ha
aJ__«_.?UI  1!**_.,i-'^' y*ari<   Hf also had •
pla'cti I'in'thr finM'iwhool-'fHieid.  T"
•Mt   i^iiMJiiV'heaii was'Mi the pU'c« of hla
, . I'liolvc.   Uviuc   there   till   hit dearth   In   hU
ill«1 lIlMU'll
■ Mr.ihnrmt
i^vciiiuuht >x
»?hun'h •«' .vvfoot p«.rner lot at t,he head of
Ihe wharf 'thin IkIiik deeded to llev, Cbenenr
Kolwun ta.Um.li and helped lo build the UtU«,
.church, now .a L'nltcd Chuich. ' .     '
*        ,
On the lot n«v in Hie church he reserved
— »-nfr>-fnoTpior as-^tarnirytrarlar plot, whera
he riml Id'. Ilnrnl ilrM'.enilnnlji h>v» the right
'  of liutlal     Vlriltnr* lo Glbsonc. on going Inside   the >tic|o«ur<.   will   And   Mr.   Glbsoa'*
^iiise, an iiole.l mi « Hultabl* monuuranc--"»'
a  tinnfmrnt" on  foot   to  bava
^ir end of-the family plot.
i2_e«r cf Gib-
'' ������  \  * ���^���c?^ > T   v      f * >T*,*0   ~   *  Page 4,  Supplement to The Peninsula Times  LEFT TO RIGHT, Phylis Lowden, Dorothy Chaster, and Joyce Heino, 1941, old  wharf.  The 40*8  Maicb 15, 1939  THE    PEMNJULA    INDEPENDENT  V. rt' J.!______;  GIBSONS GRAVE, 1942, m Uttle family cemetery nexto to present Bank of  Montreal. Post office in background.  ISSUED BY  UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED  ���:-.".,. GOODlTOR ONB   : <;  FIRST CUSS RETURN 1WP  FROM.. LZ7J.2.^UU.:^..   TO.  When sttuftpadby Conipany'a Agent  and preseTtteecwIth Coupon attached  "^THiHirekiniFlaittaa-an'bJeot totturcondiv  tloaa of oaSniatfa, of Passengers and Bag-   __.  ____>y~_m_J,_    ..��_-    _. ___���_    BAi.U����  "ffage-aa setCf-rtlt'ln the Oompany'juBOokUyr  Offices and-olrlpeard the Oompany'a ���*������_����-  era,   and ;_n'*ntoha��er   In   accepting-  ��  agTees to(tho��*jconditions.  [hi  '���'   ��_JIB Mtt ��� <_,_0"  Return 1.1ml__3 ^ ^f^___*^_-   President  FORM 2 R.T.  '  ^2418  'EGYPT'SUBJECT  OF HOPKINS TALK  Gibsons Landing Hears Of  Ancient Land in Inter-  eating Lecture  An interesting lecture was given on  March 8 In the Gibsons Landing School,  by Mr. Phillip Hopkins, of Hopkins  Landing. The lecture, which was given  under the auspices of the Gibsons Landing School Board, was well attended.  Speaking on a subject with which he  was familiar, Mr. Hopkins gave an interesting talk on the history and customs of Egypt, which was well received  by the audience. ,  Mr. Hopkins started by tracing the  history of Egypt which was so ancient  that it could not be realised by people  who were brought up on British history.  To illustrate hla point, Mr. Hopkins cited  for comparison ��� When the Romans  came to Britain to find the inhabitants  very primitive, Egypt had already built  the Pyramids, which are approximately  4000 years old. They had already learned  the art of spinning and weaving and had  built sailing ships up to 170 feet long.  They also had a knowledge of astrology,  geometry and mathematics. In one place  there are ruins which Mr. Hopkins himself inspected to And that the joins be-  - tween the walls and floor and the corners of the walls were rounded as is'  done in modern restaurants and hotels,  for cleanliness.  Hr.  Hopkins  went  on   to  describe  the extraordinary divergence of types  of people to be found there, ranging I  In color from dusky white to jet black. ,  He said that the Fellahlnes, or farmers, '  composed of 60 percent of the population.   Their houses, he described as  being built entirely of mud and straw  and being In a state of Indescribable  filth. He described some of their living  hablU, such  as drawing  water from  the same stream that they wash their  dottles In, throw all refuse, and water  their buffalo.  He went on to describe their methods  of labor and showed a kurbash, or whip,  which ls UBed on the laborers when'they  slack on their work.  Mr, Hopkins then passed on to the  agriculture, saying that 20 tons ot water  per acre, per day, was necessary'.'for lr-  ���rlgationr -If-the-Nile~was to dryup~ln  six months there would not be a living  thing, plant or animal alive  In  Egypt.  Party Given For  Newlyweds  A party was held at the home ot Mr.  and Mrs. J, Sutherland, Halt Moon Bay,  in honor of Mike O'Hara and his bride,  the former Jeannie Shcan, both of  Mission. BC.      \  They were" married In Mission by  Father Miles and returned to Half  Moon Bay a few days ago. where Mr.  O'Hara Is employed by the Osborne  Logging Co.  About 20 guests were present. The  evening was passed in dancing and singing, and the competitions for which Miss  Win. Sutherland is famous. A very enjoyable evening was spent by all.'  The Independent jolna the rest of the  community in congratulating the young  couple and in welcoming Mrs. O'Hara to  the district.  TITIAN  RUQUID  He described the amazing quantity of  crop that can he-grown under Irrigation.  Thirty-two tons of cWer per acre, per  year, can be taken off for harvests,  Taxes In Egypt are a contract with the  government to supply water for the crop.  If there Is not enough water for a crop  all taxes are refunded. Describing their  Implements, he said that they were very  primitive Indeed. Wooden ploughs are  universal and an Implement whloh between a hoe and a mattock, la the tool  used for everything from digging a  canal to making furniture. The Fellahlnes are 00 percent Mohammedan  and are entitled to four wives but can  COMPETITI  FOR LIQUID PRIZES  Mr. Ted Osborne has started a new  idea in competition. He is offering two  prizes for the bunkhouse with the most  attractive front this summer. The first  prize will be five dozens of beer, the second a bottle of rum to be divided be'-  tween the Inmates of the winning bunk-  house _       _ _    _  We hear that seod catalogues are the  only reading material to be found in  the houses at the present time. We  make the boys an offer, for what It la  worth, that If they have trouble disposing ot tho booty, we will endeavor,  unselfishly, of course, to help them get  rid of it as soon as possible. The Imojc-  house will be judged by outside Judges.  ���_-_-<it. r( _  GIBSONS HAS  PLAY PREMIERE  'Arizona Dude Ranch' Presented to Appreciative  Audience  seldom afford them. The women are  married from 12 years of age to 16, at  23 they are definitely on the shelf. The  wife of these people Is merely an article  of furniture, the Koran teaches them  that they have the right to beat their  wives when necessary, A noticeable  feeling arose among the men present  when this statement was made.  Comparing their early civilization  with the present one, Mr. Hopkins told  his audience that Egyptian women had  been ; painting their nails for thousands of years. Ho also said that the  - *8Wmmy^-���^ewly-a-TOo4lflc��ttonr  of the "Can-Can."  Mr. Hopkins dwelt briefly on the sub-  Arizona Dude _ancb, a presentation  of the Howe Sound Dramatic Club, had  its premiere in Gibsons on Saturday  night before a capacity audience. The  play was excellent, and the acting and  directing more so. The acting was well-  balanced and smooth, everything went  without a hitch and without the draggy  spots which are the general thing in an  amateur - play. The audience received  the play with delight and in full appreciation of the work and trouble that  such a performance must entail. The  plot was concerned with the results following the attempt on the port of two  Eastern dude ranch owners to give the-  wild west atmosphere to a party of  visitors who have never been West before. When, they attempted to add a  touch of excitement for good measure,  the ensuing excitement was more than  tKey bargained for. How they got Out of  their predicament and got matters  straightened out to the satisfaction of  everyone forms the plot of as amusing  and entertaining play as has been-seen  for some time.  It is very difficult to pick out individual performers for praise as the whole'  cast took their parts to perfection In  fact the accurate casting is one of the  features of the play. Special mention  must be made, however, of the performance of Mrs. Heino as Mrs. Barclay, the  domineering wife and mother, In the  -scone where .she returns from her  ^'Gallop over the rolling prairies." Mr  Ted Vecqueray also deserves mention  for his acute characterization of a bashful male.  The Bev. Mr. Watts must be congratulated -on1 bis ���'performance as the  hen-pecked husband, especially as he  substituted at the last minute and  only took part In one rehearsal. No  one realized this till after the-performance, which shows how he acted.  He could not have taken the part better If he had had fifty year* of well  married life to draw on. All In all |t  was one of the best amateur performances, that we have ever witnessed  -and"credit" for~thii~must~xo to~the~  cast and everyone connected with the  Howe Sound Dramatic Club.   ject of the Pyramids and the Sphinx and  then passed on to give a comprehensive  talk on the political situation there.  At the conclusion ot his lecture, Mr,  Hopkins passed around photographs Illustrating the points he had brought  out, A vote of thanks was passed by the  audience for the interesting and entertaining lecture.  The next lecture In this series will t��i wards the Irish medley,  a talk by Miss Margaret E. Kerr, R.N.,1  B.A., B.Sc, on the subject, "Sex Educa-.  Hon." It will be held In Gibsons 8chool|  March 15, 8 p.m.; in East Roberts Creek  School March 16, 2:80 p.m.; and at Se-'  ohelt at 8 p.m, All adults are welcome.   ,  Music before the play and in between  the acts was capably handled by the  Gibsons Harmony Club, who demonstrated effectively .what may be done by  devotees of good muslo when they set  their minds to rendering such muslo  themselves. Their rendition of "The Lost  Rome ot Summer" was specially striking  though, of course, the writer Inclined to.  Muslo for a short but enjoyable dance  was provided by the Howe Sounders  and Mr, Ted Ben sang some appropriate  songs before the play.  |We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities I  WESTERN DRUG MART  GIBSONS  Sunnycrest Shopping Contra  Gibsons, B.C.  886-2921  IWettern Drug Mart - We Treat You Rlght!|  SECHELT  Trail Bay Mall  Socholt, B.C.  889-9833  eTIie _ta^ p{ Qibsons ^UtesteM ^D/tug cJAaftt  & Seeded QAJeste/m ^D/tug cJAo/it a/te p/touc(  to be memfce/ts o{ tfce community.      /  I'llll I  'I' '���   MM HI Mil   r\  m   m.m,ni ',m    ol    MiV.NI MA    ��*jW aoo-  MlnifsttifSr  'm.vm.u. ftit,  S__*_S__)'if<__  Hot  Malur   Of   IM  1HS.-380  ongtotufiattons on you/t  Iff   \'��V'||  m)w m  nuuot>f*T_rtn��*  _c.��e  Imi^irWi  ���M-17-. iptagn  014 tar U_ fsslWrt  MosttMUtoa. _. __.  Mm 400  February 28,1979  'Qtbsonsf-  ^Jou'/te 50 y/ts. atoong  . and QAie'/fe 3 y/is. young.  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(fodcUvid't  *?<UJUon (falHci  Sunnycrett C��ntr��,  Glbtont   Trail Bay Contra   Sechelt  FRUIT S  Very  em*m^wm_mmy-  WAMI  rnn i r  I I I I ' i W  uvi>f\ruiiK miitrt  ��j,M,fwr  I _____ ������___.__-  r _Wt_^*^-s^:'^^i'^''*^A^Wmm_rii^  Wi?M��VMifi^s*)����i*��s^^  1.00  ���TBHic^iwrgintCEai  1.00  ens rhms\  I SrTr w |  mnm m ��,, immnymmm��*>01'  S*mimm*'  rsEmd.  rftit..:. 200  22o  *��is_ss_S*|s*S_*i_^^  Sfes*.  WE'RE HAPPY TO BE A PART  OF GIBSONS 50th  CELEBRATION  ROYALBANK^g  serving British Cdlurt^d SSSSf  GIBSONS  886-2201  PENDER HARBOUR  883-2711  SECHELT  88-5-_201  ' -iU-.*��*  A Red Letter Day  October 4, 1945, was a red letter day lor Gibson's  Landing.  "AClnc reqiTMl^rTnany"fesiaents the" EditOITcallcd  a public meeting of all who were Interested in the  organizing ol a Board of Trade .urTrRntepayers^-As:  elation to meet at B p.m. In the United Church Hall  on October 4, 1045. 'The Interest was shown by the  large cVowd of people who were present.  The meeting was thrown open for discussion, It  was decided to organize both o Ratepayers' Association  and a Board'of Trade, as the Ratepayers' Association  would only lake in the registered owners and those  holding business licenses.  It was decided to call it the Qibson Ratepayer's'  Association.   The following officers were elected:  President, Rev, F. Bushfleld; first vice-president,  h. B. Knight; second vice-president, Mrs. J. Norris;  secretary, Mr. Cliff Leach;' treasurer, Mrs. A. Thomson,  The meeting was then adjourned, and another  meeting was held to organize a Board of Trade,  Mr. Jiii. Vlctch was asked to tnkc the chair, and  Mr. J. H. Qrummond was elected secretary pro tern.  The nnmo has been decided Tho Gibson nnd District Board of Trade, ��� This takes in Port Mellon, dam-  blcr Island, Keats Island, Gibson's Landing, Roberts  Creek, Sechelt, Wilson Creek, Half Moon Bay, Pender  Harbor,   The following officers wore elected;  President, Mr, Jas, Vlctch; first vice-president,  Geo, Frith; second vice-president, A, Alexander; sec*  relary, Mr, J. II, Drummond; treasurer, Mr, Gordon  Ballentino,  Gibson Board of Trade  Holds Second Meeting  Tho first general meeting of tho newly chartered  Gibson's Landing nnd District Board of Trade wan bold  In tile Canadian. Legion linll July 15, A good attendance was reported.  Mr, J, Vlctch was in tho chair ond Mr, J, II. Drummond wns secretary,  Although the nrganlting of tho board lias been  under way since Inst year, tho charter was received  mrenily from Ottawa, Ths meeting was addressed by  Mr, A, Portsnus of arsnd Pralrlo, Tho board's' district  covers from Port Mellon, east side of Gambler Island,  Sll of Keels Island and as far as Pender Harbour taking  In the Intermediate points,  A voto of thanks was given k> Mr. Drummond for  Ihe excellent work he did In helping In orgnnlce the  board, The offlrnrs elected are ns follows; President,  J, Veitch; vice-president, George Frith; second vice,  president, A, Alexander; secretary, J, Drummoiuli  treasuror, Gordon llallontlno,  , A second meeting of tho board was hold on Monday evening, July 22, In lhat outside members could be  present for tho election nf the various committees, Tlw  conveners of lit* commltless are as follow*! Publicity,  K, W, Parr Pearson; membership, Cliff l.eanhi enter.  talnment, N, It, McKlbbon; trsiisnortntlnn, Gordon  BSIIentlne; trade and Industry, George Frith, The next  general ineolliig will ba held the third Monday nt  September,  VMOCR THE MSPXCiS Of  THffilBSOHJ? BOARD OF TRADE  s__s_s_s___a(>jtess_k_k_-s_s1k_sss_sis*s>  GOVERNMENT TELEGRAPH SERVICE  DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS  DOMINION OP CArMDA  Form No. U  100,000-11 ��  ^Z^L^fC,^/...., C/������t\~~.���.Telephone Line  JDatcO 19   �� -/JO.&X   \..c. ,.   �����L,*l...fc. ���...,  OPERATOR  CONGRATULATIONS!  We are proud to  have served the  ^Gfosons Area since���  1941:  i '..,',���  Sunshine Coast Credit Union  COWRIE STREET, SECHELT  PHONE 885-3744  DON'S SHOES LTD.  Sunnycrest Centre. 886-2624  Gibsons  Tim  K1NISHED ..  MINUTR8  URBD   No   This lint   Othsrllnsi ���  Messenger,  TOTAL,,  Amount of Toll..,  Cash $   '< <0    Charges $���,  IIMI IAIII N^, M  CANOll N.   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Cowrie St., Sechelt 885-2512  Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons 8864020  CONGRATULATIONS  _*������_, ��� ���*���_ _n_ _��"���_ m_ ��� _n_ ���  GIBSONS!  //A  ��� CSNTfliFOR  JOHNSON OUTBOARDS ___,  APPOINTMENTS  FOR SCHOOL  v GIBSONS���At the meeting of  the School Board, Sechelt, S.D.,  on Monday last in Gibsons, the  -IoUowing~4ippoiiUxt__r___^a.njL_���   transfers were announced: Mis.  R. Rankin. Div. 1, Secheiu. _up-       Vol. II  ninsula   ^imes  Serving Gambier Hbr., New Brighton, Port Mellon,. Hopkins tdg.; Granthams Ldg., Gibsqns, Gower Pt., Roberts Creek.  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay,,Madeira Park, Irvines Landing and Pender Harbour  :ei_6fr"Mf sr^N:-iViyersrDiv--* ���  Sechelt; Mr- P- Thomas, Div. 1,  Pender Harbor; Mrs. S. Evans,  Div. 2; Miss McPorliei, Div. 3.  Miss t. Scholfield transfers  to Vancouver Bay School.  Mrs. L. Han.y goes to half  Moon Bay;. Miss M.- Donald, to  Div. 5, G.bsous Landing Elementary."  Plans for the renovation of  the Gibsons Landing Elemen- ,  tary School were presented _o  the Depaum-._, with a request, ___��� a fe.ant 'towards tha  __l_3_jec_...  Acuuiional land near the'Se-  ch.lt School is to be leased or  otherwise obtained for more  playground space.    ���  Some changes were suggested  in the Junior Hsri School, such  as the moving of the gallery,  provision for an office for the  school nurse, and a Sec. Treasurer's office.  Col. Burriett, who was present at the meeting-, is leaving  this   district   for   Richmond-  Alerii Bay-University Hill. His  successor will  be Mr. Fred-  rickson, who has been in Go-  quitlam. Lie will still rcma-h  in the Coquitlam district.. . < _  The resignation has been received of Mrs. Ruby Jay, of Div.  4. of Sechelt School. It is understood   that  Mrs.  Jay  goes  to  Richmond.        -----  GIBSONS, B.C.    Tuesday, July 18,1950  No. 45  SHOPPING^  -AROUND  By DO'WORTMAN  For the camera,  sons, I-might i  ttie fact that   oOflfi_TaFTEe  and  for  the  WELCOME  Ferry Supplement  THE IJONSi^iATE TIMES  WEST VANCOUVER.    ThuruUy Austin 16 ,911  The Fifties  PENINSULA EMBARKS ON PROMISING FUTURE  WITH LAUNCHING OF BLACK BALL FERRY  GREAT PUBLIC''  SERVICE SAYS !  GIBSONS B.OFT.  Wish Gibsons a Happy  liltaons tkosrd al TraO* is  wmvlnnrrj \tm\ Bur* tu I tunc* lit sr* pt-iruroiiflf tr_s {  trfitnt public trrvk* ibrlr,  common  y ttM <>rf XiHvfdbj1   _  Insutvriimi ih* (rrrj tjrr*k-,*'  -  HarMslmr    Bs��    -''  PROSPERITY PREDICTED  W WAKE OF -QUILLAYUTE"  \   ilK]r<u    i the   'o-lix I M   \   QmlUjuU  U I)   \e v, 11 id water* i'hi<k >ti  hiiuI course  t   ni) II r-m-li _ IU\ an 1 4 fl    n ��   \utftm (i  11 1 Mr*  _1 tj,   ihe  wh  !c  elicit   1 cuintuU  anrt v_ UI **{nHj��~ ���   Hi tl ik MM crrr* ltd Mil I i] .Wild  II nukt tier 11 trt] * <U l> m.�� c i lav * a wwk  I i||U lin fir I kcrit (run [��m���i n i)it_c  ilit \\b U ana will Ir n, m tl* wake coniidt/  'LET GEORGE DO IT WAS  SOUND IDEA THIS TIME  GEORGE  PAULXN. PRESIDENT;  GEORGE  FRITH. MANAGER,  OF BLACK BAIL FERRIES  OKK ��� hi*.  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Quiilayute at Gibsons, 1951  ST-Itaght  FABRICS FROM  AROUND THE  WORLD:  * ITALY  * SAN SALVADOR  * ENGLAND  * THE ORIENT  * NEW YORK  * QUALITY FABRICS  AT REASONABLE  PRICES.  * FEATURING A  WATERFALL  DISPLAY  OF FABRICS &  MIRRORED WALLS  FOR YOUR  CONVENIENCE &  EASE OF SELECTION  FABSROP  "OPPOSITE SUPER VALU"  SUNNYCREST CENTRE, GIBSONS  _ STEREOS  V��^ COLOUR T.V.S  l**    B& W TV.S  CLOCK RADIOS  DOUGLAS'S  SUPEK<0R  sriuM0  YOUR HOME Can Look  NEW & FRESH  When Decorating With  WALLPAPER & QUALITY  \mMimWr-^mmT-  FROM  D0UGW��S  ATTENTION SHOPPERS!  ^t��S  We give friendly.  courteous service  to our customers���YOU!  Wishes  Gibsons  during pur  annimsaiy year  DoBlS?  VARIETY & DEPARTMENT STORE  s^r  **M  <>-<_!_______u__��____In< /1______i__">iK____________* <  Cr_nn|��i0iT vvimBf mviWin  886-2615  UlANKEFS  TOYS  NOTIONS  WOOL  TOWELS  HARDWARE  WORK CLOTHES  GIFT WARE  STEREO'S  SHEETS v  RECORDS  ���li��s ������"""���  PIUOWS  STATIONERY  HOUSEWARES Supplement to The Peninsula Times       February 28,1979        Page .7  ������si���i   111   Mn ill  iiilniifihii��� nisi _is__s ��� n_iis___ss<_i_sssss_ i     i ���    ��.._ iifj^imsMiviwrM* _*��">^_�� h_m��i_h<_s____u ..  **_ . .  Horseshoe Bay to Gibsons, Trip takes 1 hour. Round trip costs       Britannia Range in background has snow on peaks all summer  By ferry and auto along British Columbia's coast  This summer it will be possible to drive  north of Vancouver, British Columbia, for  over 70 miles along a stretch of coastline  just opened up to the automobile traveler.  A new ferry across Howe Sound, connecting Horseshoe Bay with Gibsons, and  road improvements north of Gibsons now  bring it within driving range.  In spite of its Jong isolation from automo-  bile tourists, this coast is not wild, undeveloped country. Vancouver and Seattle  area residents have used it as a summer  playground for over 50 years, traveling to  their summer homes and guest lodges by  boat. Only the road along the coast is new.  Between the small wharf-fronted settlements, you'll find dense forests and isolated beaches that invite you to camp or  picnic. Trails and country lanes that were  there before the road was built invite  hikers to take a closer look at the shoreline and to visit the trout-filled coastal  lakes. At several of the settlements, there  are boats to rent for salmon fishing or for  exploring coastside islands and the arms  of the sea that reach toward the interior.  The  main  highway   from   Gibsons  to  f      j .,..._.���. -...,_ _.    ,,     _m ,wm ,   ., -v.     t.--.*   ������ *^��� -���-*. '-   ���_������-><��� '   "'j"-________^_s_^b__b��������     v AH_wt���mm\ nm is���im     *svr   m���mmmmmmmmmK wmmXmkmc*S)fmk\_m ____*> r  GIBSONS   WHARF.   Lower   right, hands on hips, is Harold Nicholson, West Sechelt, d. 1976 and Rex Paddon,  son of Harold's sister Edith Paddon (nee  Nickson)   and  her  husband Ffolett Paddon.  One of several children's camps along the     This family has log-strewn little cove on     Boat rental dock at Redrooffs Resort near  'Sw_shtWCo^MFYMCATccimp^..^lUam^    Keats Island~io'itself~0ne mile away     Halfmoon Bay. Fishing ground.fa Utile'  son's between Gibsons and Port Mellon     from Gibsons by water taxi or rental boat     away. Gravel beach stretches two miles  GIBSONS, about 1950. Newly-built Bal's Block extreme left. Burned 1957. Herbert Winn photo.-  PROGRAMME  tliCO AM.    W�� omtAfWl *_*_ CBssiii  list AH.    Wsh���Hj _������_!��� ��� C-Ss_ M  IIM'M.    C-Hi mi, Urfcuii _t *w4  1NTIITAINMIHT  *_���_ t_~m fl��� *__  0*��>-H !������>��� l*_*  IMFM.    Q_ijinHi��> __����� WnsHmj n_ Wwgsn-  ��**����� _  1-M UK   \p-t Smh __.!    __���* *-*** �����- W.**.  __<���  TCB f_-_    **���, His s    _��� is An  MB f-%.    O-i-n)  IM�� *_*_   *t_*���\ *���**��� n*N  . �� >>      ...ft Iff~ ->3,<      J/  > 1 .        '  -'->     r.;>ACff^lV.{.^^^��  RfWviw i1v-~ ��'>>'' w  ._M  '��-��^.wi,^Ua;H_-^;ijJ  ^YOStH'S  Sunnycrast Mall, Glbiont.  FOR THE FINEST IN  DINING PLEASURE"  886-8015  /tn*Uv&i<uvuf  yW4&HA>an  yom  ���  H Xt&H* ^^^L^^^x^*-^ H#,#��V |wi��i^>?_?ft!fj'^!S^_^^t^4M*WtM��  I    ..  TELEPHONE OFFICE, Gibsons.  EtoYou  Pilch-ln?  rMtJWIMIMIflMsWMm^^  ilfll,!   ���     I  i  LINK HARDWARE  SUNNYCREST CENTRE     880-24421  lmmmmmmmmmm%mimmmmmimm  LTD.  GIBSONS  %&c4a*d'4'7fite*'4 TtkcuLJ.  DID YOU KNOW?  7^ WE HAVE BEEN SERVING  THE SUNSHINE COAST  FOR 30 YEARS!  FORMERLY KNOWN AS  MARINE MENS WEAR IN  LOWER GIBSONS, WE ARE  NOW LOCATED IN THE  BEAUTIFUL, CONVENIENT  SUNNYCREST SHOPPING  CENTRE  WE CARRY THE MOST  COMPLETE SELECTION  OF WORK, SPORT &  DRESS WEAR ON THE  SUNSHINE COAST.  FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE  VISA-886-2116-CHARGEX  ���W >_s_��l***^^)l^ ���#����iM _H6i <,��!��)�� 't^lgysW ~-~-\- From Peninsula Times, 1949,July 26, published in Gibsons.  The proposal from Peninsula Board of Trade and Industry to promote the establishment of a liquor store is a controversial topic. A Times editorial comes out in favor of the  -store*  An editorial speaks of summer visitors and the need-for-moreactlviiiPji-fnr--yoM,ng-  people. The editor understands-the terrain "does not lend itself, without considerable  expenditure, to golf. Buthow about a putting green or two?" '' -7  Gibsons Kinsmen planned their first annual Salmon Derby for Sept.; 21  Wednesday, February 28,1979  Imaginative harbour plan  an economic feasibility  1963  , Ten candidates run for four vacant seats on Gibsons municipal council.  Gibsons mill rate, at 8,18, is second lowest in the province.  Gibsons municipal council agreed to delay passage of its provisional budget in  January in the amount of $25,921. Commissioner Jim Drummond claimed there were not  enough people paying taxes. He maintained people were paying less taxes than 10 years  earlier and receiving three times the services.  1964  Commissioner F. Feeney reported that Mr. Les Peterson was perturbed because he  felt council was notsupporting his museum idea. Village clerk J. Mainil said council was  sympathetic, that space was there but the new building would have to conform to the  present architecture. ~  Gibsons municipal council served notice it would apply for a 20-25 per cent increase in  water rates, presently ranging from $17-$20 per year, the second lowest water rates in  B.C. . .,....._  Tentative plans laid out for a 30-suite block on school road "could open up a completely new approach to housing for this district," according to commissioner Sam  Fladager.  Cables for toll-free calling between Gibsons and Sechelt are laid in late summer to  provide free calling by mid-1965.  Illegal parking in Gibsons has created a problem where the present 15-year-old bylaw  will have to be amended. Cpl. Norm Kenny of Gibsons RCMP agreed to study the bylaw  with the aid of Cpl. Mills to suggest suitable amendments. Many back lanes have been  completely blocked and making access impossible and creating a hazard in the event of  fire or other emergencies. /  A brief is being prepared by chamber of commerce marina committee chairman Walt  Nygren to create the Gibsons beach front from the wharf area to the Bluff into a first-  class bathing beach. As one local businessman put it, "It could turn Gibsons into another  English Bay.  The new Elphinstone Coop opened officially Sept. 19, 1964. Meanwhile,council  received application from Mr. Martin Shufleeta for a $1,500 permit to cover alterations to  the old Coop building where he planned to open a pool room.  1965  Increased demands for electrical power in the Gibsons area resulted in B.C. Hydro's  decision to build a new substation approximately one mile north of Gibsons on the North  Road at a halfway point between the village and Hydro's Cheekye to Powell River  136,000 volt transmission line.  Little support was given to Councillor Fladager's idea that the land sloping down from  the village hall could be utilized as a children's zoo.  Ducks, young deer, birds, etc. could be obtained from Stanley Park, he said.  Realistic plans were afoot to solve the dog control problem by employing a dogcat-  cher.  Information was requested in June from the inspector of municipalities on the  procedure to remove the "Landing" from Gibsons Landing.  Also in June, Gibsons council held its 800th meeting in the new municipal hail.  Thedepartment of municipal affairs said it is already considering the application for ^  the incorporation of,a fire improvement district at Gibsons. '   / /  A request that council consider making provision for an annual grant to the recently-  formed Elphinstone Museum received a mixed reception. The motion was tabled.,  Gibsons Ratepayers' Association, protesting the present water rate structure which  was among the lowest in B.C., requested council install w^ater meters at a flat half-yearly  rate of $8.50 plus and additional $2 meter rental.  ���-After:14 years ofconscientious semcerAK-Ritehie^ defeated as chairman of the  Village of Gibsons council."  1966  Elphinstone Museum officially opened May, 21. New village chairman Wes Hodgson  takes part in the ribbon-cutting ceremony.  Gibsons centennial project, a junior Olympic-sized swimming pool, was given approval with the provincial and federal governments providing $2,608 and the village  raising $13,392.  Council of Gibsons was instructed by the Public Utilities Commission to supply water  to the Sunnycrest motel and was criticized for its financing methods and what had  amounted to discrimination regarding owner Norman Procknow.  v  1967  With only $6,000 to be raised to finance the Gibsons centennial swimming pool, a deadend was reached and the project was abandoned.  Approximately $16,000 had been raised. A few weeks later, ideas for a wading pool In  the Kinsmen park surfaced.  If approved during the 1967 municipal elections, the Corporation of Gibsons Landing  would become the Village of Gibsons.  1968  Council's request for a motor-vehicle licensing department has been granted by the  Motor Vehicle Branch and should be in operation by April, 1969.  Elphinstone Secondary School's sixteenth graduation was celebrated by parents,  teachers and well-wishers of 41 graduates.  Council feels a proposal to establish an Island in Gibsons Harbour on which a hotel,  marina, shopping area, etc., would be constructed should be turned over to private  "GREAT PRODUCTS AT EVERYDAY PRICES"  CARPET-CABINET-CERAMIC CENTER)  North Rd, Glbtont   ESTABLISHMENT of a two and one half  million dollar harbour development  plan, proposed* by consulting engineers  Dayton and Knight and Alan DeBou, could  provide Gibsons with an approach second  to none in the entire province, according to  engineer Martin Dayton.  Appearing before village council last  week the three engineers, 'armed with copies of their report and a framed artists impression of the envisioned project, presented an impressive run-down regarding ways  and means by which the development could  be brought about at compartively small  costs to the community.   Futuristic-development  This artist's impression of a proposed  harbour development plan for Gibsons points the way to creation of a  tourist mecca second to none and  could very well open up a completely  new future for the district. Estimated  . to .cost Tin -the- region, of-$2%-million,-  much of the cost would be borne by  government grants and private interests.  JSililllill  X 10  LOOKING BACK  ��� by Bill Edney  We feel fortunate just to be here and more so to be able  to join in the commemorative celebrations of'  GIBSON'S 50TH ANNIVERSARY.  The community before incorporation goes back much further, of course.  DISCOVERY OF THE PAST  To look back and discover what was and where we are now is intriguing. We are concerned about our  heritage today and rightly so, as it is important to young and old alike.-The young are forever questioning  matters concerning their background and the old like to recall the memories of their past. While people  move around from place to place much more frequently than in the past, still we are fortunate to have  with us some of the pioneers and many of their descendants. One such person is Henry Smith, who  established his "Smitty's" Marina in 1948 after getting out of military service in 1946.  smitty's Memories  Smitty tells me that his father, Charles Percival, who passed away only last year at age 89, purchased  a whole block of land in 1927 from the original Gibson family, whose home was, at the1 head of the Gibsons' Landing Wharf approximately where the Shell Plant is now. This property was an orchard bounded  by School Road, Fletcher at the top and from there cutting in a straight line to the sea, beside (and enclosing) what js now the Delicotessen Shop.arid Dry Cleaners. 7'   .  Next to th^Smltti property where the Cotl6Us/bh't|_^'for_shore of which stood the old -be Pag**'Glue  factory.  In 1927 these two properties were cut in half by a municipal road which is the one running directly in  front of our store. We presume that it was after this, that the various business enterprises fronting on this  road were established. Smitty recalls that Ed Collander, still living in Gibsons, built and established a  garage on the property where the John Harvey building now stands and in which the Heron Cafe 'and the  -JanowskLHardware are now-located.,:  -  '���.-'..���___ _���; ��� -7__^__._.  DEMOLITION OF WINN'S POST OFFICE '     .       ' 7.. ' . .:'���'���    .  At time ot writing this, another old structure at the top end of the whart is being demolished. This is to  make way for a new building to be put up by the Janowski's and which will house the new Marina Pub and a?^  whatever other related facilities being planned. ^  The old building has had quite a history of change. At one time it was the Gibson's Post Office and  Store, of which Mn Winn was the Postmaster. It was also used by the Bank of Montreal. As I saw the  demolition jn progress, I could see the concrete vault which woulc( not cave in under the weight and  clawing of the huge Poclain bucket. This building and the one previously mentioned have more of a  history than space here permits me to relate.  OUR ARRIVAL ��� 1970  My family and I cam here in 1970 to investigate the business of Ken's Foodland, owned by Ken and  Aileen Watson. We were most'impressed with the area and commenced on Nov. 15th that year. We kept  the name KEN'S but added the words Lucky Dollar Food Ltd. It is amusing to members of my family and  staff when someone asks for Ken, ��� only today someone called for Ken all the way from Ontario,:��� but I  answer to any name, as long as it's polite II  OUR EXPANSION'". 1974  In expanding our premises In 1974, we had to destroy some of the old too, which included two houses,  and some trees. There were a couple of huge cherry trees behind the original store and beside the old  Watson house. These trees produced an annual crop of very tasty cherries, though quite small for the  want of pruning. Smitty tells me he used to sit at the base of ono of them and eat grapes off a grape vine.  He probably climbed the tree, tool  THE DRUMMONDS  Where our loading bay is now located, there stood Jim Drummond's old home, and what is now the  Gibson's Fish Market was Jim's Insurance Office.  While speaking of Jim, I learned from Smitty that Jim'& dad (also named Jim) and a partner owned the  Howe Sound Trading Company on property situated roughly where the Bank of Montreal and the Co-Op  store now stand.  MEMORABILIA & LESTER PETERSON  One can go on and on, but the Gibsons Museum established by the Village a few years ago, contains  much memorabilia, and there are some good accounts of the past written by people like retired  Schoolmaster Lester Peterson, whom ��� we are sorry to relate is presently in hospital, having had some  serious problems. We are hopeful that others will be writing and recording for posterity, their knowledge  of what was and Ib now.  THE CHANGES IN PEOPLE  In looking back over the short nine years we have been here, we have seen a great deal of change.  The area is beautiful, as is its climate and it has therefore attracted many newcomers, In our business, we  see the changes particularly In people. One by one, the people we have served from dqy to day get older  and pass on, and this is distressing. Happier by far it Is to see the youngsters who were only nine or ten  years old when we came here, now shopping With usas homemakers with children of their bwri.  When nine or ten years can make such a difference then try to Imagine the change In 50. Change is  forever with us. More than heretofore, people today tend to question those chgnges, that they can control,  to ensure that such changes will enhance the qualify of life.  OUR THANKS  ) We are grateful for the smallpar.t wo have been allowed to play In the growth and development of  GIBSONS. Our congratulations go out to the people of this community and to the Municipal Staff and  elected Officials, whose task is not always easy.  KEN S  LUCKY DOLLAR  FOODS LTD.  60WER POINT RD., GIBSONS  FREE DELIVERY TO THE WHARF  WHATEVER YOUR NEEDS- 886-2257  886-2765  Jliijj|  w^t-jf Page 10       Supplement to The Peninsula Times  February 28,1979  developers. \ " ! "     '  Gibsons population reached 1,850 in an area of 1,100 acres.  In July, driving of test piles in the harbor'indicated there, should be no trouble  dredging the material for the proposed harbor development.  PremierW.A.C.Be_nettopensthefirstGibsonsSeaCavalcadeAugust21. I  __ .____ : L_ __ _|  The Peninsula^**6*  Council of Gibsons submitted a new application to the Pollution Control Board for a  sewer permit in order to proceed with the proposed secondary treatment plant.  Operation of the federal wharf was taken over by Gibsons council, a schedule of  berthing rates was set up and a wharfinger employed.  1974  ' Local properties owners could expect substantial increase in their tax bills according  -to-the-1974-provisional budget. ~ -y   The provincial government again appeared to have postponed consideration of the  local school boardfor emergency funds to rebuild Elphinstone.  Poor planning by village councils from 1959 to 1971 left the village with financial  problems it will take years to rectify, it was revealed April 9 at Gibsons council.  _ Gibsons, council.was not_happy_wjth.police_protection, in the village and aldermen  pressed for a meeting with local RCMP chief Cpl; Erie Dandy to discuss their grievances.  Gibsons Legion Ladies Auxiliary put the mini bus drive "over the top" of its $10,000  fund-raising target May 21 when they staged a door-toKiodr blitz on Gibsons,  Preliminary proposals have been submitted to Gibsons council for a $2 million expansion to Sunnycrest Plaza including eight new stores enclosed in an air conditioned  mall behind the existing facility.  D��1��rrrtln��tl_i  ( O.MPETLNG Willi his older brother   and this he did he was about an hour  In lh_ Keats to Gibsons swim Stete _ln the water and was accompanied.  nvv t.tTIII-I-  .-_��� _It_P_ _ft,l_��_Mh_^./.AyL._...ifVft19_._<._,  _s determined to finish the toursc  Last meeting of 1965  LAST MEETING of the year for council of Gibsons      cney is flanked by Commissioners  Fred Feeney  and  _^Jerminated with,...the, presentation .of������a��� desk set-to KLorm MacKay on-the4eftr^am-F|adag-r-^d^im^rum-'-  Chairman y_TTRltchey1 defeated in" the last municipal ~" nTbrid, "flpt."Standlftf, ClefE'Charles Gbo^ingTTeftTahy  election after a period of 14 years on council. Mr. Rit-   ' Woi'ks Superintendent Fred Holland.  1975  Opposition against Gibsons expansion to the north including Granthams, Soames  Point, Hopkins Landing and Langdale gained support from residents of those areas.  Bluff residents voiced their opposition to a proposal for a 12-unit condominium  development there at a public rezoning hearing.  ��� Earlier proposals for an artificial island in Gibsons harbor with a hotel constructed on  it are dead, but council revived its plan to develop the harbor into a marina.  The Gibsons economy and financial state was pronounced healthy.  Gibsons mayor Larry Labonte was re-elected by acclamation.  Only girl  Thirteen  >ear   old   Karen   Ungnall in the Firemen's sports  coming 1st  was the onl> girl to compete in the in the 1214 girls event and in the  ttwim  from  Keats  Island  and   she winning relay team A fine swimmer,  came third out of 7 swimmers to Karen was second _n the Keats swim  complete  the distance   Karen  also last year  went on to compete in other events  1976  For the first time, Gibsons could spend more than $1 million in 1976.  KinsmenClub of Gibsons decided at a June meeting to hold off construction of a  swmuning pool complex because of rising costs.  Village aldermen criticized provincial transport minister Jack Davis for his actions  on the ferry situation and passed a motion of non-confidence against the minister.  A public meeting was scheduled for September to guage public reaction to a 38-unit  $1.2 million motel-apartment complex proposed for the property adjacent to the Esso  marina in the Gibsons harbor area.  At the meeting, the plan received a fairly warm reception.  News photographer who covered the  boat race from Vancouver to Gibsons  last Sunday takes a meter reading  before covering the return trip while  Getting set  power boats take off for the starting  line. Gibsons bay hummed to the  roar of powerful motors as boats took  off at 2:45 p.m. after refuelling and  lunching at Gibsons. Many of the  boats were capable of speeds topping  75 miles per hour.  Gibsons Public Works Superintendent Fred Holland warned village aldermen the lack  of snowfall during the winter may lead to water shortages. He urged the tie-in of the new  village well at least on a temporary basis.  Council approved construction of a new $17,635 sewer line to serve residences  Congr-tulatiofiS  Gibsons Queen Lee Wiren has a word Keats to Gibsons Lee had a busy  of congratulation for determined weekend riding In the PNE parade  young swimmer Steve Thickc who with the Timber Trail Riders and  despite being last would not give up presiding o.cr the Gibsons Firemen s  unul ho completed the distance from   water sports  Paddock line-up  FINE TURN out of horseflesh for the'Peninsula Playday    on the Peninsula. Picture shows part of the entry lined  on Horseback far exceeded expectations and orgam-   up in the paddock prior to commencement of contests,  zers were sui prized to find there were so many animals  1947  GIBSONS  1978  1972  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES WAS  STARTED IN 1947 BY ARTHUR HULL &  DICK FITCHETT.  FIRST STORE WAS ONLY 800 SQUARE  FEET ON 1/4 ACRE. FIRST TRUCK WAS A  1927 4 CYLINDER INTERNATIONAL. IN  1948 DICK FITCHETT BOUGHT OUT  ARTHUR HULL.  THEY EMPLOYED UP TO 12 EMPLOYEES  AND MANUFACTURED THEIR OWN  DOOR FRAMES, WINDOW FRAMES AND  KITCHEN CABINETS.  THE VERY FIRST SALE IN 1947 WAS  MADE TO A MR. BERTRAM AND WAS 6  ROLLS OF 90 LB, GREEN ROOFING.  IN 1954 THEY STARTED A GRAVEL  BUSINESS AND IN 1962 WENT INTO THE  READY-MIX BUSINESS.  MR. & MRS. FITCHETT SOLD THE  BUSINESS TO MARION AND BARRY  REEVES, IN 1971,  WHEN WE MOVED FROM THE OLD  LOCATION, WE HAD GROWN TO 1800  SQ. FT. AND OCCUPIED 1/2 ACRE.  IN 1972 WE MOVED "UP THE HILL" TO  OUR PRESENT LOCATION AND OCCUPIED A 3600 SQ. FT. STORE BACKED  BY A 10,000 SQ. FT. WAREHOUSE AND  2-1/2 ACRES OF LAND. FIRST SALE IN  THIS STORE WAS TO TWIN CREEK  BUILDING SUPPLIES.  IN 1976, JUDY & KEITH FRAMPTON  BECAME PARTNERS WITH MARION &  BARRY. IN THE SAME YEAR WE BECAME  A TIM-BR-MART MEMBER.  I  ;|,,'!i__  '���',$���  Sw'h 1 ' ������'I'l  _________!'-_  h***** _______  1 . ;  j^nffi  J   '    ____W.  Wm  _L_I_Jss____  k__ ______  \Wf__we_\_\  _K r_WW   V'____K^___I  psi  ��Wr'*r*:*JI'iTPit*^t<��>*^!.-ip#i*��-^irt_*  IN 1978 WE SOLD OUR READY-MIX BUSINESS IN ORDER TO  GIVE MORE ATTENTION TO THE STORE & YARD. JUST PRIOR  TO THE SALE, WE HAD 9 TRUCKS.  MiflSlBil  .,��..��� ....-m-v-,.,  _____ ���' n  '������#L'.' ���"^  ,.,���  ^*._tW^W_W_<��jKWB!  TODAY, GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES HAS 19 EMPLOYEES  AND LOOK FORWARD TO BEING PART OF GIBSONS' GROWTH  FOR THE NEXT 50 YEARS.  GIBSONS  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTB.  Sumhlna Coast Hwy, Olbioni  ��� l^WHl��ll4*ft��-W-��)jn'|il'K'"WS'v'*  "FOR ALL YOUR BUILDING NEEDS"  -* located along parts of South Fletcher, Winn Road and Stewart Road.  Council approved a motion to go ahead with plans for a 28-foot by 60-foot swimming  pool. . ,  The Gibsons branch of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce became one of the  first federal batiks in the country to win a union certificate. 7  Another marina proposal was unveiled for Gibsons in January. The proposalincludes,  a scaled down 350-bei*thiacility. Plans to redesign the foreshore were eliminated. It was  hoped the government would spUtthe financing with the municipality. -  Criminal code offences in the Gibsons RCMP district rose 36 per cent. The increase  was attributed to tin increased reporting of incidents rather than an increase in crime.  Gibsons council voted to participate in the regional recreation referendum, but it was  later voted down in a regional referendum.  The Village of Gibsons budget is tip 30 per cent from 1977 at $747,113 from $579,999,  excluding water and sewers.  A financial statement for the Gibsons swimming pool after its first two months of  operation indicates that the pool may have a substantially higher annual financial loss  than the village had expected.  About 90 persons attended a public meeting and voiced support for a pub in Lower  Gibsons, in particular a marine-pub. Gibsons council later endorsed a licence for Elna  Janowsky to establish a marine-pub.   ~  - - Despite protests by residents, council gave^econd reading to a^rezoning amendment  bylaw wHclrlyouiaaflw^ -===  1979  Supplement to the Peninsula limes  February 28,1979       Page 11  Council agreed to endorse the brief being prepared by the marina standing committee  to be forwarded to the provincial premier.  The Marine hardware store adjacent to the government wharf was demolished  February 23 make way for a marine pub, parking and a modern marine hardware store.  Teachers' workshop  EXCHANGING ideas at the Teachers\ Workshop held  " "in Gibsons, last Saturday "are, "seated, Dr. John" Ellis (Vancouver School Board Research" Dept.), Mr.  Michael J. Bujan (In-Service' Chairman of STA), Mr.  Roy McLoughtin (principal, John Tod Elementary,  Kamloops), Mrs. B. Rankin'and Mr. M. Mactavish.  Historic landmark  at new location  GIBSONS old United ���hurch,  an . historic landmark, was  moved to its new location. The.  corner, which contains the  graves of oldtimers, will be  converted by Gibsons: municipality into a park. A cairn will  be - erected to commemorate  the memory of the oldtimers.  The sharp corner has been sold  to the Department of Highways.  The church is being moved  to Jim Marshall's property  where it will be in use as a  Baptist   church.   "  Advertisings  lets you know  what's what.  CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORY BOARD  r-*\^%'��?fe&~v.-r,ll$!<?tt*'r.-, r^/"SlV*H TiWtl �����  i-C car wash  A VERY active group, the Gibsons Hi-C young people  embark on a car-wash as a means of raising a little  capital for the depleted Hi-C funds. The mixed group  meets on Sunday evenings from 7 to 9 p.m. in theJJnited  Churchyrage's rangelrorh fifteen and any6he"Goniemplat_  ing joining will benwelcomedr��� - v  The Se-rielr Penlruulo Times, Wed., April 22. 1964 P090 9   Flrtt arrival*   THE FIRST four to airlyo In Gibsons wero I., to _t,  John Chnrmon 2 hrs, 40 mlns., Mlko Kyerloy unci  Waller John 2 hrs. 47 mlns,, Allnn Cooper 3 hrs. J  'Wt&MtmWMMm?  rzM^..^^-  ^<.  OPEN 11 am-12 pm  6 DAYS A WEEK,  GIBSONS  886-9815  Wm  New  location  EN-ROUTE to it's new location, the old Gibsons United  Church is to be put to use as a Baptist church at  the new site.  Jutt mad* II  r.UIC Venlo and Dal Crosby nimlo It, with a lltllti help,  'itmd/  from  PAT & WINN JACKSON  RITZ MOTEL  Oow.rPt. Rd. GIBSONS 886-2401  Pint girl horn*  KIHST (HIU. lo rinlr.li. Kiliui Nnylor slnmllntl wllli hor  I'lirlllk'iilu. j  Cong/tatufiaUons  -ydbgons-  on you/t SOtiV  come fi- cedeb/iate  Qibgons-^Bi/t-Wajj-wit-fc  us ��� ku/G &wck o/t diixmtt.  a  /������:  First Walkathon  lor Ponlnaula  Mil I.I'll I'eleiaon ami Mr,  Yalilimakl lirmlril II111 .W*lke<  limn apcinatireil |iy |hp (llhmna  lli'i imlh.ii IVimmlllir I Ii I a  Hiimlay  There    were .fro    ynungalrra  who tiirne.1 nut to lUrkett I'urk  In (irrhi'll I11 Hail llm walk l��  Mm Municipal (liiiiiiiilt |n mil.  awna 1��  mll��i �������>,  There were wily aev��n of lire  alarlera ih op mil wllh m lin'  lahlnu   Hie,   I'Miiney   In   a 11 mi e  very   H I  llmei.   Gillian   anil  llki'ltlra anil Truulilor llaillm  " wm mr mxf'-nmr uttttpr  ranleil elniiii ami ��� ��im<[ lime  ' Ml tWfl Iry ��n,������������  Cettlflmlea were iwerdeil In  Ihe llnlilmri ami Mot ftoxa ami  pop mere iluntlt.1 tar lire ��lll>  anna llee, Cnmiri, The W��lk��'  lh(>n vtia well ��pprttl��ierl ami  ��� lenlnllvn hike Ii helrm  plani)er| h>r Ihe liiliire  The First Ganadian Bank  Bank of Montreal  11  9*uC�� 9b_i_iiteg.  <ytrfe��^r^*^ri^fe��5^M^M^-r^^  oJti-K V UN I* liltLi sUJNblillNili CiOAbl  FOR 33 YEARS-  6I6S0NS  DEC. 9 1946-1979  SECMEtt  1955-1979  MADEIRA PARR  19644979  OPENING SEPTEMBER, 1979  Cedar Village  Across from Sunnycrest Centre.  STORE RENTALS from 400Q-5000Q  CONTACT 886-9815 - GIBSONS.  NEWEST & MOST EXCITING RETAIL SHOPPES.  ' Supplement to The Peninsula Times February 28,1979  pamapatrtoni  Fitness, fii your-heart you_know.it_s right-  Btlttfut nwiMnl  IVins tit down to the serious bus*   first Easter cgtf as they am before  Iness of demolishing *s much of their   Mum decides Its Ume for a rest  Enter frHllngt  (hocotelc coated twins  celebrating   and Bruce aro the sons of Mr and  the occasion of theft- first hair-cut,   Mrs -Mikc_Hogan of Gibsons, BC  wib evtryone a Happy Easter Ryan    -   widnisoay,a>*iuliTimi   "We're proud to be a part 6f it!"  ��� HARRY, MARG, JOHN & PAT.  HARRY HAS LIVED IN GIBSONS SINCE 1925.  SMITTY'S MARINA IS'PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THAT THIS IS ITS  32ND YEAR SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST.  SMITTY'S MARINA LTD.  Gibsons 886-7711  _,.   >        ,/���!,__  Altogether  now  Anchor man during Friday's annual   weight and shows signs of enjoying  Jnto-^tooHrack meet for element-    determined toe hold in spirited pull  iry schpols at Gibsons Elphinstone   of walrTTSeoKelit^  Secondary School is grimacing Steven ' over four other schools -'-with 62-point  LRtlejciiiLb ot- Gibssf-itis:' ^JLiiul ;]la8 -good   margin;  Jobt Daughter!  AM. HHADY to Join tho iinnidu, theso tliroo..nttructlva  monib-is of tho .lob's l):mnlit.is nppcai' lo tic mimis  n driver.  ____7C_J��!2.  \____^______E  '^__________\_m-Z_JA  __________________  '   *1___^_______________S8  _f!^___________________________l  E^.   Happy 50th  Hi       Gibsons!  ^MHL                          from all of us at  ���   YOU-DELS  ^^%       Sunnycrest Centre,        QfiC 7QOO  Gibsons                          OOb-#_-C_-  WERE PROUD TO BE CELEBRATING  GIBSON'S BOTH BIRTHDAY  WITH THE  GRAND OPENING  OF THE  NEW OMEGA  MARCH ISTi  ��� _fiMi\v  ��� ��� ��� ���  Pairly King and Own  (O.STEIIMONilK.HS of London wera'poi'linyed by Cllft  unil liitihiirn Clink of South Vwieouvm', who Jolnml  Ihi; rii/tudii lo nopiiort n( tlto Kliiininn (lout,  Squ��rtartftd*ri  THE RQUAnEANAnWW t,\\ w\ (or n Hocdnwn, com-  [il��t�� with barn, homl out (or lli�� hlnhwiiy  CONGRATULATIONS  FROM  fcwMMt��ife<!fl>��*^J9u&&��ww, len$ut����uMu#t.!w, ,;#*-_._)  THE VILLAGE OF SECHELT  ___.�����  &  C=*  }<Z  ��� ���  <?���  _%'  ir  _���������������  THE  886,2268  Relax & dine  in our new  "BANQUET AREA"  ���open March 1���  OPEN FOR LUNCH  11 A ���In-"3 ������In.  DINNER  MON.-THURS.  11 A.M.-10 P.M,  FRI & SAT.  11 A.M.-U P.M.  SUNDAY  4 P.M.-10 P.M.  ���60 extra seats  ���Good Lunches  ���Good Prices  RESTAURANT  ���^l^  ���<��.it$S>t; :#WS^ '���'' '>'��'��' A*'*'?* ���.*���!_-' i. ��� I W���>(*.i)S_i^���i!��Jli-��S*|i^i*#w!  ?.tyi/wti?initimm*< <��wM��**(^^iit��_te((if(��i^iriSSrSfBtw**w��  ��*'a*����.#r#jiM��WTS**-'t-M BEST WISHES  FROM THE  LOWER GIBSONS, ^~~______-~~~ 886-2522  "WHERE YOUR DOLLAR GOES FARTHER"  CHARRED SHELL is all remains of  J. Harvey Department- store on  Gower Point Road. Blaze was re^  Gibsons Volunteer Firemen Don  Sharp/ and Bruce Campbell get  acquainted with the control panel of  the brand *new-truck which will serve  __ w_ _ Gibsons FUre Protection District. Ilie  ported to wrjy hours of Feb.'S and   cab of the truck extends back to form  is Uipughtrtohavo started~on Teckfid  floor. AU merchandise was lost tod  damage is estimated at over $250,00.  'Firemen had fire under control wth-  in 45 minutes and stopped it frtn  spreading to adjoining block.  protection for firemen, giving them a  little more comfort. The truck carries breathing apparatus and lighting  equipment and can pump up to 625  gallons per minute.  'j�� ^m fining *bg tk sea   ~  QWe wish  Qlbsons a  GIBSONS  SUNSHINE GM  SECHELT 885-5131  HAPPY =  ���>n ���'. 'rV"!'  VICTIM OF the J. Harvey Department Store fire Feb. 23 was 26 in. ����.���  color television. which Harvey donated last week to Klwanis Club as  first prize in raffle. Funds raised  were to go to senior citizens' housing project.  give generously!  TO  ANDERSON REALTY LTD.  SECHELT 885-3211  Mate's  cHAn-enoiiEO STEAKS  $Si  **  <*  WOK on Perry Bradshaw's face tells It  all after announcement Aug. 3 that she  had been selected as Misa Sea  Cavalcade 1974. Perry, 18, was Gibsons  Legion entry In the contest. More photos  of Perry-inside,  TTrK-T.-..,     -����i��_r��r-:j:,_rs_������r^qsw" '.'...*���������**"��* "  I���'.  HI'S"!*  .^^   u ^ Willi      ��� lllM.I_fc..    W*. *..^ ���    ,* BB,   nMITtlt *      "" ��� .       .    j'iii--' * ' ���   #*   3- >���' * **��       -  HOURS: MON-FRI, 8 AM-B PM  SAT-SUN, 8 AM-5PM  HAPPY  BIRTHDAY,  GIBSONS!  "We're proud to be o part of It"  "SOMETHING DIFFERENT EACH DAY"  FULL FACILITIES  THE HERON CAFE  GIBSONS HARBOUR  Glenda Sasaratt  SUNSHINEINTERIORS  886-7411 or 886-8023 ���������*;  THE FACES AND MOODS of Sea  Cavalcade days in Gibsons last  Friday through Sunday. Left, a pirate  off the "MarieMaru" takes a young  female hostage irf-thfe fi^ reveht of  the Cavalcade at the Gibsons wharf.  Right, reflecting perhaps that the  annual celebration is a lot of work as  well as a lot of fun, a white-faced  clown momentarily stops smiling.  (That's ManuaneLjaplante behind the  maketp.) _vl6re~Sfea"CavaMde-piit-  tures on pages A-4 arid A-5.  ���Timesonoto  I  OIBSONS!  "NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION"  "for all your sporting needs"  ALL SPORTS MARINE INC  Chamber dinner  set Saturday  "SECIffiLT ��� Saturday will mark Sechelt  Chamber'" Of Coranjerce's annual dinner  dance and tickets are' stilr-available,;.  .The annual affair wiU.,be heM at the  Parthetion Theatre Restaurant m Sechelt'*  waterfront and guest speaker Wll be Ron  Gadsby, regional coordinator, Mainland  Southwest Tourist Association.  Social hour is at 6:30 pjn. followed by  dinner at 7:34. Tickets, at $650 each,'are  available at Morgan's Mens Wear, Sechelt  Garden Centre and the Family Mart.  Kiwanis unit  TAKING PART in the boomstick  footrace turned out to be a frustrating  experience for John McReady during  the third day of the Gibsons Sea  Cavalcade festivities. During the  world record boomstick footrace,  ���MpRearJy fell, from the log and then  attempted to climb up on an adjacent  log only to find it more slippery thain  the original. When he threw himself  ' over, he kept right on sliding. Inside  today's Times are photo highlights of  the third day of the Sea Cavalcade.  Events on that day took place too late  , to catch "The Times' copy deadline.  Asked  about   his. performance,  ���i McReady replied, "I don't do this for  a living, I park cars for B.C. Ferries."  ��� Timesphotos by Neil Beckett  *fett  ENGAGING Premier Barrett In conversation ot tho opening of the new  museum is Gibsons Aid. Kurt Hoehne,  OIBSONS - Sunshine Coast Kiwanis Village  will receive an additional grant of (9,213.59  for Its 20-unlt senior citizens housing  program, Lorne Nicholson, minister of  housing and Don . Lockstead, MLA,  Mackenzie, announced Jointly.  Nicholson said the cabinet approved the  grant through an arder-in-council under the  Elderly auuns Housing Aid Act.  An Initial grant of KS.701.U was  authorized on Dec. 29, 1972 but Increased  costs raised the total cost of the project by  ��27,W0,78, Lockstead said.  The act follows a grant of up to one third  the total cost of the project.  GIBSONS!  from  Lorna S. Millar  MILLER MARINE ELECTRONICS  noxt to Dogwood Cafo, Lowor Gtbtonf  SPECIALISTS IN RADAR, VHF, CB       086-7916  PORT MELLON INDUSTRIES  \m*mwmm*mm  mm  mmm0AmmmWmmm  I  ^appy ^tAtWay  Qibsofig  MURRAYS  GARDEN & PET SUPPLIES  GOWER POINT GIBSONS  *���**  mm  *m  m*t^  #t . rvm  GIBSONS OWN  CREDIT UNION  Located Next to the Bus Depot, Gibsons  50th AtutiuwAantf,  ymmmm  mA$m  m  mmmmm  CONGRATULATIONS  GIBSONS  "'" J&C ELECTRONICS  Radio Shack 886-2568  outhorliad Met Centra       Cowrlt tt��� SfrcMt, B.C.  mmmmmm_mmmW*0**0*m*$mm0m0*m  ���  V  mmmmmmm  HATS OFF  TO YOU,  I  ���  MORGAN S MEN S WEAR  IN THE HEART Or SECHELT  ^)6M^G/m^/sjw?/S,  FROM  IGA  PENDER HARBOUR  "WHERE PEOPLE COMB FIRST"  (**_.�� ;f7
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DOUGAL PARK was one of the areas
where the students concentrate much of
before the Gibsons Sea Cavalcade. Much   diamond
work was done on' the park including
painting mahy of the fixtures there,   tmfmmmimmi,
Here Danny Dawe and John Nygren   ■^.***3?rt
dump a loadof-gravel on_the-baseball  A ***
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«i MILLION price tag is affixed to this Harbor Lodge Ltd. proposed to build the public meeting'has been called for
resort-apartment complex proposed for ' complex on Gower Point Road across September l&_t Elphinstone Secondary
the, _Gibsons. _ Hart»r_area.._ Gibsons_ the atreeLfromihe-ore-entfire-hall.--A^-to^rlisruss trie-prapfnal; =-=
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SWIIVI stands for sudents working in
municipalities' and this year >n Gibsons,
12 students are working under an adult
supervisor    on    various'"-projects
throughout the village. Here supervisor
Daryl Henn, centre, gives Mike Kanip-
man, left and Keith Parnell a hand with
mending a fence* in the' village.
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LOOK WHAT PELL out of "the sky.7
Peter Oehlenschlaeger, a Canada Air
Parattack worker, gave the kids at
Gibsons Elementary something to
look up to last week. With co-worker
Jerry Davis igniting a bright orange
smoke flare on the school's playing
,    •»     4  Una* -.irf_s'**« rr»"i '  t     *-'(   r   *■   * j-»
field, Oehlenschlaeger stepped out of
a Tyee Air plane at 5,000 feet and
parachuted to within a few yards of
his target. The two men also make a
paractical use of their skill, fighting
fires in the Yukon and Northwest
Territories during fire, season.
Serving the Sunshine Coast
886-9551 GIBSONS
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These people are among the 520 employees who work at our Howe
Sound mlllsite. They also live on the beautiful Sunshine Coast. It's
home to them, as It Is to the company, for it was at Port Mellon that
Canadian Forest Products Ltd. became truly Integrated with the
acquisition In 1951 of what is now the Howe Sound Pulp Division.
In those days, the mill wasn't really much, but It had one valuable asset
.,. good people. Building on that foundation, the company invested
millions of dollars to convert the then 140 ton per day pulp ^ •
mill to Its present state, where It produces 550 tons of bleached kraft
pulp every 24 hours. All along the way, the co-operation, loyalty, and	
skills of the Division's employees was a vital factor In the successful
rebuilding and maintaining of the Sunshine Coast's major Industry.
From wood residues supplied by our coastal lumber, shingle, and shake
manufacturing operations, we manufacture kraft pulp for worldwide
markets. The pulp manufacturing process is one further step In
recovering the maximum wood fibre available from the timber lands
allotted to the company. In 1978, Howe Sound Pulp employees
combined their efforts to produce over 160,000 tons of kraft market
pulp. In the same year, the company paid out over $12 million in
salaries, wages and benefits to Its employees, and spent a further $21
million on the purchase qf supplies and services, a very great portion of
which went Into the Sunshine Coast and British Columbia economies,
A community needs good neighbors and good citizens; We try hard to '
be both, We like the Sunshine Coast and, on Gibson's 50th anniversary,
we're pleased and proud to say, "We live here."
Canadian Forest Products ttd.
Howe Sound Pulp Division
port Mellon. B.C. VON 230
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4 h~rf}fyZ_j_h'  Page 16     7 Supplement to The Peninsula Times        February, 28,1979  ________ ST..     .   .  i  ... _     ..(,...?.. J-T_E^           i nxLAli./-'__   _r ���*_S_/N IKUf <W>3_WMN_______J:..S  SA_ '���_<'<*'-'���  +.W^_h_if >_  ,'   '.r  &M  ��k.4i tst-.  _*_<  THE PRICE CUnERS  ��������*?;;  : W-W-if;]  SEAVIEW PUCE  HIWAY 101  GIBSONS  OLD HARDWARE store razed to make room for modem marine pub.  _r_i-j  ^-^^^^S^^ms.^  HAPPY  BIRTHDAY  fHKALt  i*?1*^  jsajtwitjy  ii!   ,^"5fK^  ' *_i__!" _*r__ ���''���     _*'* ���"** "���      _K '��� *    ' "  /~* ~**4&jj& 'fen, " ���*��*!�����  ���"*���'���"  ���52p*vki8  _V_.  *>! r1 S **    i-i PU     *U    "__JI  SM.4w �� . , .   J.  * ���   �� *  ��** ��    l��J>t>,  *��� l**^ irr- fi f  fv*  JS^  1-l�� (*        "*  ?��ta&&859"  SHELL CANADA LTD.  'TOP QUALITY AT LOW PRICES"  cut Cfowt 50t& SintAdayt  R. HARDING & SON LTD.  Complete Petroleum Products Service 886-9012  (food *duc&   QUALITY DAIRY FOODS  PALM DAIRIES LTD.  3333 MAIN ST. VANCOUVER  V  179-1441  CARPETS  eCELANESE  ���HARDING  ���PEERLESS  ���BURLINGTON  ���COFFEE &  END TABLES  ���DRAPES  ���SOFAS  ���LOVESEATS  ���LAMPS  ���BEDROOM SUITES  ���MEDICINE CABINETS  ���KITCHEN CABINETS  ���FOOTSTOOLS  ���RtCLINERS  ���WALLPAPER  ���CHAIRS  ���SECTIONALS  ���DINING ROOM  SUITES  ���MIRRORS  ���KITCHEN SETS  ���LINOLEUM  ���MICROWAVE  OVENS  ���STEREOS  APPLIANCES  ���GIBSONS  ���SPEED QUEEN  ���SANYO  ���WHARFEDALE  ���AUDIO REFLEX  ���T.V.  ���RECORDS  AND MUCH MORE...  CASA CARPETS  886-2417 ^-  QUALITY FURNITURE  886-2417  KERN ELECTRONICS  886-9733  "WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD"


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