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 liicaa&lfiiWTtinzn tmaMBma* r_it^^f_^ui^.wicnr-CLtrMif-*dMt��fdm  #+_t*&iM_*t*&ktti*i<x^^  OnwMMMM  M  -.K'^ *^f ���****%% t$2*r '  c  .c-" ,. ��VfU  @*A  2nd Class Mail  Registration No. 1142  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis lnlet)_ including Port Mellon   Hopkins Landing. Granthams Landing.,Gibsons. Roberts Creek.  Wilson Creek, Selma Pork   Sechelt   Hallmoon Boy   Secret Cove   Pender Hrb . Madeira Park   Garden Bay   Irvine s Landing. Earls Cove, Egmont  Phone  885-3231  24 Pages ��� 20c Copy  LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 17 - No. 41  Wednesday, September 26,1979    _  ROBERTS CREEK REFERENDUM  Centre gets the nod  ? Roberts Creek voted 62.5 per cent in  favor of authorizing a loan of up to $350,000  for.a new community centre.  ^Ofihe 376 voters, 235 voted yes in the  Saturday referendum which required a 50  ���per cent plus one affirmative-vote   ,Area D director Harry Almond said he  was pleased with both the turnout and the  results p�� the referendum.  h"l have a great feeling abouttheway ]f  turned out. It js pretty goodwhen we get a  turnout like this," Almond said.  v Thirty-one per cent of the eligible 1200  voters cast their ballots.  "I think we've got something going that  the community is really going to appreciate" he said.  Almond added the negative votes were  probably cast by the people-who did not  understand the entire issue.  "Their major concern was a belief that  ���we didn't need a new hall. Th^yx, felt the  expense wasn't necessary, but they didn't  understand that the present hall was very  expensive to maintain," he said.  Almond pointed out the fire chief is  Alderman Goddard declares her  candidacy in mayoralty race  s On your mark,. .get set.. .and they are  off and running.as candidates for the  November municipal elections declare  themselves.  . The latest mayoralty candidate to  declare' herself is Gibsons Alderman  Lorraine Goddard who resigned her  aldermanic seat to take a shot at present  Mayor Lome Blain's chair.    <  , Goddard who still has one year left in  her term as Alderman will sit on council  until a replacement is sworn in.  She has been an alderman for three  years and this will be her third election.  _i;-��roddard_told_the Times that_althpugh  she saw no major political difference  between her ��uid Blain she did see a large  difference in style and the way they iook at  tilings. ,  ���- f "We are differentsjages, we have lived  different lives arid so we see thing; dif-���  7ferently,'" Goddard said.  . -  "I don't want to knock Mayor Blain, but  I think people should have choice when  tigfyjar^pjcking a mayor."  Goddard. felt' her  strong  business  knowledge would be an asset was well as  her energy.  "I have a great deal of energy and a lot  of business knowledge. Municipalities are  growing more and more every year and  they are businesses and should be run like  one," Goddard said.  She believes there will be a lot of  development in Gibsons over the next few  years and she would like to make sure it is  the right kind lor the area.  "I know there is a lot of room for various  types of development and growth in  Gibsons. There is a great deal of pressure  now, growth will come and it will take  people with-a-lot-of-energy to-guide that  growth into something thepeople want,"  ' she said.  v Goddard admitted the type-of growth  will have an effect on her business, but  added, "People will always comecfirst."  Does she think the people of Gibsons  are ready to elect a woman mayor?  "I really don't know if the voters will  even consider that. I hope they will look at  concerned about the old hall and parking is  difficult.  The next step is to apply for several  grants from the provincial government to  help offset the total amount the Roberts  _Creek taxpayers will have to pay.  "We've been, given the authority to  borrow up to $350,000, but we shouldn't  havetousethefull amount,'_' Almond said. _  ^'Hopefully, we can get a grant from the~  provincial government as well as some  lottery money."  The regional board will probably contribute about $70,000 as well from the joint-  use funds.  No one knows for sure when the community centre will be completed, but  according to Almond once they get the  money aspects straightened out, it will  only take three months to. build.  "We've got the architect working on the  drawings now and we get underway as  soon as possible. It won't take long to  build," he added.  The prelinunaryyf)lans for the community centre wm allow for a gymnasium, cooking/facility, change rooms,  meeting room and acoustics.  Weather  WEATHER SEPTEMBER 15-21  low        high  September 15.... 14.0 C.... 20.0 C  September 16... .12.5 C... .20.5 C  Septembefl7777711.0 C.. .720.0 C,  September 18.... 12.5 C.  September 19.... 13.5 C.  September20 ... 13.0 C.  September 21... 11.0 C .  Weeks rainfall ��� nil  September to date ��� 8.50 cm  1979 to date ��� 65.42 cm  rainfall   nil  ... .nil   nil  .21.0 C nil  ..20.0 C../:..nil  . 18.5 C.. .trace  . 20.0 C nil  September 15-21,1978 ��� 0.74 cm  my ability more than.my sex," Goddard, September>2l, 1978^rv6.69. cm, ...  'aajd.   *-     ' ' "'""'   Jan-|e^temter 2f, 1978 ��� 87.77 cm  reiterates offer  THE ELECTION race may be over,  but Health Minister Bob McClelland,  left, and local NDP MLA Don  Lockstead are pedalling for health  anyway and to help the new  physiotherapy room at St. Mary's  Hospital off to a good start during the  official  opening  Saturday  of the  hospital's $2.75 million expansion.  SCRD chairman Ed Nicholson timed  the race, but judged it a draw.  Sechelt eyes new land  Three more parcels of land have caught  the eyes of Sechelt Village Council who is  having some difficulty finding a piece of  property satisfactory to the other two.  parties involved in the proposed joint-use  facility.  The parcels, all more than one acre,  are located in District Lot 1331. They are  Block 10 at the corner of Pilot Avenue and  Barnacle Street owned by Jean Whlttaker,  Block 14 at the top of Pilot Avenue owned  by Sunshine Investments Ltd., and^a piece/  of land owned by Barry Pearson.  Aid. Morgan Thompson said two of the  three owners have been notified of the  village's Interest.  Asked why the village had never advertised for suitable land; Thompson said  Tourism good over summer  "The busiest summer ever" Is the way  one Sunshine Coast operator referred to  the past three months. Motel units were  full and the docks were never slow".  According ^Southwestern B.C. Tourist  Association Managing Director, Rick  Antonson, "All measurements of visitor  traffic aro up substantially including  ferries, room occupancy, restaurant sales  and boat and camper rentals."  The assoicatlon attributes the Increase  to more cooperative promotions amongst  the businesses as well is better trained  travel counsellors who encourage visitors  to stay longer. This coupled well with the  rate of exchange on American funds and  the U.S. gas shortage. Of course, tho first  council did not think it was necessary.  "But somewhere along the line the  ground-rules were changed on us,"  Thompson said.  Council was unaware until recently the  regional board and school board felt they  should have some input into the location  for a joinlruse facility, he said.  Council's part in the joint-use facility is  to provide the land on which tho school  board will construct the building. The  regional board will contribute to the cost of  the building.  Council has entered into negotiations on  two pieces of property so far, but each  time something has prevented a purchase  Gibsons council is reiterating its two  offers to the School District No. 46 board of  trustees should the board decide to "come  home," Mayor Lome Blain said. v  - - At^council's ..regular, meeting September 18,.Mayor Blain remarked the  board was having "a heck of a time getting  a piece of property."  "It can only result in more cost to the  public," Blain said.  The school board is considering joining  the regional board and Sechelt village  council in a proposed joint-use facility in  Sechelt.  > However, Sechelt, council, responsible  for providing the land on which the school  board will construct the facility, is having  difficulty finding a suitable piece of  property.  ; Mayor Blain added the board could still  negotiate a "favorable" deal with the  Village of Gibsons.  In an effort to persuade the school  board to remain in Gibsons, in late 1978 the  council offered the board enough land  adjacent to the Gibsons ambulance station  on which to construct a building of the  ~appropriate~sizer   The land was offered on a 20-year  renewable lease at $1 per year.  Gibsons council then offered in May to  extend its present lease to the board for  2,587 square feet of space for five years at  $400 per month, $50 more than the board  was paying at the time.  In addition, council offered the joint use  of the municipal council chambers, which  equals 748 square feet, at no extra cost.  In a letter to the board, Mayor Blain  explained acceptance of the offer would  mean a net rental area for the board of  3,335 square feet, a net rental cost of $1.20  per square foot, and a minimum of two  extra offices for board personnel (by  dividing the present boardroom).  The board could expect "obvious  savings associated with the disruption of  service through moving both monetarily  and loss of employee time," Mayor Blain  "wrQte""  There was also the public relations  value of continuity of location and the  benefit to the taxpayer of the whole school  district through minimum of expenditure  of taxation dollars, he added.  Gibsons council agreed to write letters  advising the school board it is still willing  to discuss Its previous offers. Aid. Jack  Marshall included in his motion the letters  be sent to the press so the public Is aware.  After the motion was "approved  unanimously, Aid. Dick Fitchett said  council was not being benevolent in its  actions to help the board.  "It's straight taxpayers' buck we're  thinking of," Fitchett said.  ttS^^SS^S SE* The I"**"*' the first piece of land, a  vicing were a most important factor. Tho  great weather topped It all off.  Visitor Information centre counts were  up significantly ln Squamish and Whistler  areas reflecting an Increase in summer  traffic to the area, Partly responsible is  the renewed effort to promote the 'Nugget  Route" tour along Howe Sound from  Vancouver to Llllooet-Lytton and return  via tho Fraser Valley.  VtUceCe Hie Hi*��M  ... The Times signs up a new Sports Editor and Steve Hipper asks for  : help-CI. "  ... Helen Parker takes a shot at the high cost of entertainment - At  ,., The Arts Centre has a new show coming and the Times gives you  ~ ^RBWlMUXI^���-^- r. ~ _. _ 1   ,, If square danctng Interest you so will Maurice Hcinstreet * C8.  ...Its WAR and Bill Bell tells you all about what It is like at the  front-A2.  one-acre portion of Block Seven was  doubled to $200,000 with a condition by tho  owners Shorncllffe Ltd. the rest of the  block bo rezoned from Residential I to  Commercial I.  The second property near the Sechelt  Duck Marsh, owned by school trustee Len  Van Egmond who later resigned from the  joint-use facility committee, was not zoned  public assembly and to rczone it would  contravene tho regional board's  Hubrcglonnl plan.  "I still fool tho marsh alto Is an ex*  cellent site," Thompson said. "But we  have to look at all aspects of Jho thing."  "Wo aro asking anybody who has any  "'land "over an acre that does not have ��  building on It to see If they are in  agreement to possibly accept an offer on  tho property."  __,A11 three pw  "cSsI(3cYallon wfli Have to be rezoned  public assembly,: Thdmpson said tho  village may reconsider the Rockwood  Lodge property, already zoned public  assembly, If "they (tho owners) do not  want too much money for it."  THE GREAT TUNA war brought tuna prices to Sechelt residents last week as Tuna was selling for 11.25 a  lb.' Eric Chell of Roberta Creek holds 17 lb tuna.  > }    ' \  1 -~Al'i-ttrr^li-fJ'"a"'-n ^Tf-Ti  mtLXpLairtujat&tojM  jmn j. J i j j-j-l>-ji^j j.-;, f,,  jiqc^mjaMiJJM^aoiCM CJiuaBgwajJ^ui^^ticJte^'^  -filtllfffT^'J/"1if-"T��TliJ^i^l  "nTMriWi-'Tin rr-rt fifiit  oM>otcMMxioaiutiu��aM3Qfiuuicn>acCA<s^ccii(c  nuipa^giaowwcW-Mitiatfc  A-2  The Peninsula Times, Wednesday, September 26,18f?9  What about the issues  It seems like only yesterday  (probably because it was only four  months ago) we were in the midst'of  two elections. Now, here we are again  warming up for another set of elections, municipal and regional.  No doubt it will be hard to think of  it as election fever this time around,  more like a' bad cold which we can't  get over.  Still, for the residents of Sechelt  and Gibsons this could be a very  important election.  TjnfoITuTaTeTyTTnTm^  tions tend to be more of a popularity  contest with the issues and platforms  tucked away behind the toothy grins  of the local politicians.  Those candidates who are well-  known or who are liked because they.  are a "good guy" are the ones most  likely to be elected. What they stand  for or what they believe in is never  discussed or, for that matter, never,  known.  Most candidates at this level of  government tend to shy away from  talking about their political leanings,  which is fine with us.  But using the excuse that they  believe municipal politics should be  non-partisan doesn't mean they  shouldn't talk about the issues.  The Sunshine Coast is at a turning  point in its development stage and  what is decided over the next few  years will determine what is in store  for us many years down the road.  The issues are very clear and each  candidate should let the people know  where they stand.  Issues such as development,  where?, how much?, what type? and  how large   should be talked about.  The role and relationship between  the local, councils and the regional  board in areas'such as zoning and  recreation should be discussed. '  What steps would the candidates  like tp,_ see taken on curbing the.  growth of bureaucracy and redlape  such as in bylaws, zoning, and various  permits?  Where do they stand on taxation,  do they see a need for increases?  decreases Are they against the  ceiling imposed by the provincial  government?  Now more than ever, the residents  of Gibsons and Sechelt need to take an  interest in their local government.  More than any other form of government, federal s and provincial,  municipal has a direct effect on our  daily lives.  The kind of place in which we live  in is controlled at the municipal level.  The coining elections are too important to be just another popularity  contest ��� we have to know where the  candidates stand on the various  issues and we have to know before we  cast our votes.  "V  1 PROMISED YOQ  AHRI6HT! YOU CAN BUILD  ME SOME SHELVES....  MP report  Bank Haughty  from Ray Skelly  Letters to the Editor  Recently a major bank decided to close,  its branches at Alert Bay and Sayward.  Despite the difficulties this caused its\  customers and over the protests of local  ' governments and myself, the bank simply  ��3  closed its doors and walked away. Their  reason was simple' there was more money  to be made elsewhere. If the people of  these communities had become used to the  services of the branches, that was just too  bad.  The haughtiness shown in these particular cases draws attention to an unbecoming attitude which is widespread in  the Canadian banking industry which, of    ^ ;  course, is. dominated by .the Toronto ~0l:  financial clique that has neven seeri*^'.  anything terribly wrong in plundering* �� .  other regions. * "  The Canadian banking system is one of  the most centralized and concentrated in  the world. It is. also one of the most  profitable. One reason for the size of these  profits is a loophole granted by the former  Liberal government which allows banks to  avoid paying almost any tax.  Banks, of course, make their profit by  lending money at a higher interest than  ���they-themselves pay to depositors. With  such an easy business, one might expect  the bank to be prepared to accept paying a  reasonable tax on these profits. Not so. To  avoid paying tax, the banks invented a  new method of lending money to large  corporations, a major source of profit.  Instead of simply lending the money  and letting the company pay back interest,  the banks, with the approval of the federal  government, invented an "income  debenture", a kind of tax-free bond to be  used as security against the loan, which  "Quite astonished" at board's action  Industrial growth in Sechelt?  Industrial growth in Sechelt?  Touchy subject, isn't it. But is it as  bad as it sounds ?  Sure, there is room for industry up  at Hank Hall's industrial area above  Wilson Creek, but is it the best place  "for the industry'which 'wanted retail'  exposure as well ? < "       '  At the moment Hall's property  looks as desolate as the Sahara  V* Desert, but if and when those sites are  occupied it may become the type of  place to which those industries who  want exposure will go.  Past experience in other towns  ����..  show's industrial parks such as the  one Hall's property offers are a  success, while mixing industry with  residential housing usually ends in a  mess.  Granted the Sechelt Council has a  pointy industry within Sechelt will  ease the tax burden on the local  taxpayer, and will also provide easy  access.  But when a fairly large percentage  of those taxpayers are against  allowing industry in Sechelt, maybe  its time Council re-evaluates its  reasons for allowing it.  >m  News and Views  Down with prices  by Helen Parker  A friend of mine advised me the other  day, after listening to my spiel about the  Up With People organization, that "not  everyone Is crooked, you know."  Well, she missed the point; and I hope  for the sake of the taxpayers It doesn't  really matter. At the risk of sounding  negative about everything, Including  something as clean, wholesome and  family-oriented as Up With People, here's  my beef.  possibly as a guarantee the group does  . n<nfentertain at a loss, it does not appear in  a town unless it is sponsored by a certain  amount of money.  In our case, School District No. 40  board agreed to put up $1,000 because of  the value of tho production to the district's  fine arts program. That's fine, $1,000 Isn't  an incredible amount of money spread  among the tax payers and the board has a  chance to recover it ��� if the show Isfwell-  supported by local residents.  And that brings me finally around to  my point. Sunshine Coast residents aro not  The TpEmmvL&JrUHeb  Published Wednesdays M Secholt  on B.C.'s Sunshine Const'  by  The Peninsula Times  for Wcstprcji Publications :.td,  ul Sechelt, H.C.  liox 310'- Sechelt, H.C,  VON MO  Phone M5.32.il  accustomed to paying $4.50 per child and  $5,50 per adult for family entertainment,  no matter how wholesome It may be.  This group is one of five which travels  around the world and I don't know what  they charge ln cities, but in Powell River,  two shows were held In one night and  prtces were $4 and $5.  Sure, maybe It's worth It, but in a small  town It would be more than worth It If, as  one person suggested, a maximum admission price of $10-$12 per family was  established. ,  ��   ��   ��  It's great to receive some feedback on  your stories, even if It's, all bad. Bud Koch  had a few words to say about my sentence  construction In a story concerning his  candidacy for Sechelt mayor. (Possible  candidates eyed.)   ��� ,,  Koch thought It made him and the other  two of the Secholt Ratepayers' Chosen  Ones sound as If they are unqualified.  (Some really negative thinkers around  town would say being unqualified Is a  p^re^uiaite for tho Jo  J"'  I thought when I wrote it, and I still do,  the sentence meant tho Chosen Ones were  qualified people who could find the time to  do the job, Besides, are the ratepayers  going to endorse unqualified persons?  Should Koch be elected, I hope he reads all  tho Hno print which will come before him  ���^carefully.^^.'.^...^.',..* -.,,.,.,. .���-..-,...,...,.  Mr. George Gibb,  Director, Electoral Area "E",  Reld Road,  Gibsons, B.C., VON 1V0  Dear George,  May I address this letter to you as my  Area-director and through you to all other  directors of the Regional District.  I was ��� to say the least ��� quite  astonished to learn from our local press.  that in the matter of 'Cliff Gilker Park-  Golf Course' the Board once more  sidetracked the affair to the Planning  Committee to avoid a decision. Our papers  are presently full of how you are the  greatest sticklers for proper procedures  and entertain us with all the details what  should be done when and how. Then comes  up.a matter, when a question of principle  and policy .has to be decided; and the  Board takes cover behind the 'Planning  Committee'. Or does the Board wish to  plan how the park can best be put to the  logger's ax and ruined for good and ever  and what you could do with, the ill-gotten  gains you get from the park's destruction?  I hear that the 'pro-golf' directors on  the Board are all for going ahead with a  scheme, which would alienate about one  third of the park ��� incidentally the most;  valuable part ��� and transfer it to private  interests and profit. '������        j  ~~Woubtwhetherthe Board has even the-  right to entertain the matter. Perhaps one  or the other of the present directors may  remember what difficulties we encountered in persuading 'Lands-and  Forrests' Dept. to let us have the who^e  district lot. They were only prepared to let  us have a bit from time to time, If they  could approve of what we were planning to  the Instance. Only after much arm-  twisting did we get the whole district lot cjn  lease, after we solemnly promised to keep  the district lot as a wilderness, park, except the 10 or 12 acres close to Highway  101, which we could use for a hall and  sportsflelds etc, They even refused to let  us use the back (now the 'future' golf  course') for horse-riding trails. It Is a  personal recollection of mine that when  the deputy-minister of Lands-Forests and  Water Resources visited us (In matters of  Chapman Creek; which also seems to have  been forgotten completely by the Board),  we gave him a guided tour through the  Park. His reaction after the visit wasf-  besldes expressing appreciation for the  nice trails and bridges��� that had he  realized how unique the wilderness paijk  was and how valuable as a natural forest  he would never have agreed to a transfer  to the Region under any condition bjit  would have retained it for bis department's  research  section.  All  tho  relevant  correspondence can be found in the  District's files, if the Board would care to  look for it.  And now the Board wants to go logging  and to destroy this unique forest, of which  no equal can be found up or down the coast.  May the Boardkeep in mind that we do not  ; own the park and that it was not given to us  to transfer it to private interests, and  further that the Board does not hold it only  for and on behaU of me '(^rowri-in-right of  the Sunshine Coast' but also for the  'Crown-in-right of the whole Province'.  In the Board's stewardship for the  wilderness park the question whether one  or the other of the directers would like to  see a larger golf course on the Sunshine  Coast appears to me irrelevant for the  issue. And if he should -play��$he*course;  from1 time to ttafe or^aTOembfcrdf fh*  Golf Club a serious conflict of interest may  be indicated. -  By proceeding in the matter in the way  they did the Board once again succeeded  in splitting the people into 'pro golf' ��� and  'pro park preservation' factions.* By  camouflaging the issue into a 'democratic  processes' ��� affair and hiding behind an  alleged majority decision and fostering  the 'petition' ��� and 'number' ��� game the  Board cannot absolve itself from its  responsibility to fulfill all conditions and  "obUgationsTmder-wMchtheCliff Gilker  Park was given into their care, conditions,'  which certainly did not stipulate  destruction, disposal to private interests or  making money of the timber in the Park.  Frank West  Gibsons  P.S.: As the Cliff Gilker Park is not a  ��, confidential matter, but -of considerable  vvpUblkrinterest,ItaketheUberty'of^ivnig  copies of this letter to our local press and  "to some other interested agencies.  allows the bank to avoid paying tax. As a  result of this invention, the federal  treasury has failed to earn over $1 billion  in revenue which, thus, must come from  other taxpayers.  - Bob Rae, the New Democratic Party's  finance critic, came up with some interesting figures on how this dodge has  , effected the banks themselves.  For example, in the second quarter of  this year, the Canadian Imperial Bank of  Commerce, on a profit of over $39 million,  did not pay any tax; They received a tax  credit from'the government. In the third  quarter of this year, they paid taxes at a  rate :of 12.8 percent. The Royal Bank-of  Canada paid taxes at the rate of 2.9 percent and the Banque Canadienne  Nationale and the Provincial Bank  received tax credits of over $3 million each  this last quarter.  Taken together, in the third quarter of  this year, the tax rate for all Canadian  banks was 10.4 percent. That is slightly  lower than the rate paid by a single  working person with no dependents  earning $180 a week!  A fine line ��  TV - still the one  ��������,  ��� by Bruce Robinson  ^"MrrWeaslih-was-restlng-comfortably-  on the living room couch when he heard  the strangled cries coming from the  basement. Fortunately, he rushed  downstairs in time to safely extract little  Huey Weaslln from big brother Dwane's  vice-like headlock. Once released, little  Huey changed colors faster than a  chameleoD^turning from an eye-catching,  pastel Hue to rosy flesh. It took him  slightly longer to recover his Voice which  sounded, for half an hour, like a bad  imitation of Froggy, from Our Gang  Comedy.  Little Huey, it seemed, had been precocious enough to challenge Dwane's  domination of the evening's prime time  television, specifically the slot filled by  Monday N1 ght. >otball. Huey persisted ln  his efforts to < italn minimal watching  rights, but found his protestations Ignored.  Realizing the futility of his mission, Huey  finally pulled the cord���not merely out of  the wall, but right out of the television.  This brought about a premature termination of the football game and almost  secured the same fate for Huey at the  hands of Dwayne.  Yes, now that summer Is drawing to a  close, we can expect the annual rebirth of  ono of man's bloodiest struggles. There la  little ln tho annals of history to parallel the  carnage which has occurcd ln recreation  -rooms-across-North-Ameriea-ever-since���doze-offv  Paris is liked as well as respected on the  force and loved by bis wife." What  imagination! Boy, were we fooled! Here  we never imagined anybody would  produce another detective show since  television has been inundated with them  for years. But those cagey network  executives keep us stimulated by Injecting  ten cc's of surprise everytlme we try to  the advent of television. To document the  number of families ravaged by the  inevitable disputes over which programs  to watch, would be impossible. To  calculate injuries sustained from those  conflicts would present an equally arduous  task. Suffice to say, the casualties, both in  terms of physical suffering and mental,  anguish, have been colossal over the last  three, decades. Despite all this domestic  dissension which can be attributed to  television, we're still watching, perched In  front of the box like eager slaves waiting to  be fed. ���  So why do we allow television to consume so much of our time? Part of the  answer to that question lies in the  sparkling schedule of fall shows this year,  a string of winners not even Dostoevsky  could resist. Again this year, the lineup for  the new season ��� as so many before It ���  amply demonstrates why we perenlally  choose television as our favourite pastime,  why we spend more waking hours with it  than wo spend alone with our loved ones,  why we spend more time watching it than  we spend exercising, reading, or making  love.  Tho key word In assessing the new  shows is originality. For Instance, there Is  "Paris:" "a top cop with a tough streak  under his soft-spoken genial manner.  Another gem coming our way this fall  is, "A New Kind of Family," the story of  two families joined Into one, a favourite  theme over the last three or four years. In  the coming season, this newly formed  family faces such crises as, "arguments  over hpusjhold bills and the adoption of a  kitteftmriPSlrns out to be a lion cub." My  Gawd, Wmind boggles Hthen you even try  to consider the fresh, adventuresome and  critical minds behind this show. Let me  tell you, I'd fight little Huey Weaslln too If *  he tried to prevent me from watching, "A  New Kind of Family," or "Paris," or any  of the-shows it's my inalienable right to  watch.  Yes sir, you've got to hand it to those  television executives. Viewing audiences  have Increased every year as all these far-  sighted administrators predicted. As long  as you didn't show anything too controversial, the public would remain faithful, the network people maintained. As  long as you didn't show them anything too  gruesome, no poverty or hunger, as long  as you didn't show anything that  threatened the people's feeling of security,  as long as you snowed them everything  would be alright If they bought the sponsors' products, as long as you provided all  the answers for them, they wouldn't ask  any questions. Tho executives wore right.  The first great war of the Sechelt developers  l*)\\, 7, Sechelt hlcmeiuiiry  Robert I'oxnll  Vcni.Glusbi'cclH,.........  DuunitiUruy  M^rWc Hcmstrcci  -    Jcmtc Norton  Mimiu Ucriimtn   limsiiJiuhhiByiL. .....   Guy Symonds  Mfti i toil AlsiiKei'  Peggy Connor  ,  DorWKdwiMilsoit  MnryTlnkley-Shunnon  School Bus Snfoty Woek  8��pt. 23-30  WhatomYOU  do to help T  News Item 1070 s Secholt Developers  aro nt war over Community Plan.A     !  News Item 1089 s Another 800 people  were picked up drifting in the Malasplna  Strait last week following the latest  eruption In the war of the developers on  tho Sunshine Coast.  Unconfirmed reports from Inside the  battle zone say there aro still hundreds of  families who are being forced from their  homes, uprooted to so-called "economic  zones," which have boon rezoned to single  ���'family "residential" --���'��� :��������- ���f���  ��� Radio Sunshine Hills reported tho  pooplo of Secholt wore atlll being made to  suffer man's greatest Inhumanity to man  ��� forced attendance at public hearing's.  ��.���,Of the M0 refugee*, most were ��i"  . forlng from severe cases of media ovc  play as well as bylaw exposure,  One survivor, Eddy Flnkly, a former  construction worker, said he didn't thhik  anyone would be able to survive Die up-  Carillon  With BM Bell  coming onslaught of developers running  for public office;  ���-  "It's gawd awful," ho said. "My homo  In Secholt has been rezoned four times in  the last month and with each now zoning  my taxes keep going up.  ������Taxesarenow three timet my Income  and every time I look out my window the  there Is a group of politicians looking over  the lot next to mine saying 'this one looks  good for a Joint-use facility.' It's real  scary," Flnkly said,  According to Flnkly ho was just ono of  the many residents who had to constantly  hide from tho ruling regime, Ho talked of  tho so-called democratic public hearings  whore opposing parties, The Peoples  Democratic Developers Front (PDDF)  and the Revolutionary Developer's  Vanguard, (RDV) would take over and not  let anyone speak.  "At every meeting General Ta Ko  Ithall of the RDV would get up and read  from Ills book of Henry. And before anyone  else would get up and speak their mind,  several PDDF; members, comrades Stan  Andersky and Hayden Kllnev would take  over," Flnkly said. >  The conflict started over 10 years ago  when tho community plan went to public  hearing for amendments. Tho fighting was  nt first limited to shouting matches and  namo calling, but soon escalated to a full  scale war.  , Since Uioso first exchanges, bylaw  sabotage, rezonlng skirmishes and an  entire underground system of building  permits have become commonplace  Most of tho Secholt boat people call the  prosent local government "puppets" of tho  "war mongerlng" developers. However,  tome of the people who have remalnod  behind hope a "peace with honor" will  soon be forthcoming from Victoria.  No word as yet has come from tho  peace tablos In tho Municipal Affairs office. ,:. jjjfjuwf ���T.ttinrur', ytmtW..^I^TLrui __*,_ cn-f^jfm^if fy f: j.ti-. ^..^^.-^n TT.rftlfttVTbt,1" "TITT J pn -��-fr  won1 fan'����w ff" j��^i j-pf. ��� MJT.-J- iftftTA -n l1gl i  ��wtil>Mg^[w^;Mjf,jM?Mainira.j^[iai^  Wednesday, September 26,1979      The Peninsula Times  PageA-3  More Letters to the Editor  Peninsula Times story "one sided"  Editor, The Times:  .The page, one headline of your  newspaper's Sept. 12th edition read  "Alternate route proposal splits Cheekye-  Dunsmuir opponents" and states that an  alternate route was discussed at a two  hour meeting on September 6 chaired by  SCRD Chairman Ed Nicholson. The,  balance of the six column report appears  to be a series of interviews with various  parties who oppose the "Northern Route"  and does not represent an account of the  proceedings at the "two, hour meeting".  On page two of .the same edition your  lead editorial "Divide and Conquer"  expresses the same sentiments as the'page  1 article.  " Your front page article only tells one  side of the story and your editorial only  reflects the prejudice of one who has only  investigated one side of the story.  The proposed B.C. Hydro Transmission  Line from Cheekye to Dunsmuir hasliad  the close attention of the residents and the  "Steering Committee"  of the lake  -residents-for-over twfj: years.-We-have  never been obstructionists but have  always attempted to take a constructive  view towards the problems.  The facts are these:  (1) There are over 200 owners or  leaseholders at Sakinaw Lake and with  their families total over 1,000 persons.  (2) Some of the residents live fulltime  at the lake,' some spend six or more  months a year at the lake and some spend  their holidays and week-ends at the lake;  ���but each is a full-time tax-payer entitled  to the same privileges as any other  resident of the Sunshine Coast. Most of the?  services provided by the Regional District  are not available and often are - not  required by ..our lake residents ��� but we  never-the-less pay our full share of taxes.  (3) The lake residents are neither the  wealthy and powerful of our province nor  the unfortunate underprivileged. Just the .  average hard working citizen. 90 per cent  of our homes were built by ourselves with  the help of our wives, children and neighbours.  ... (4) Our Steering Committee has from  -tiie-beginningT-over two years ago, been  Hydro "puzzled"  Mrs. Iris Griffiths    -  Egmont, British Columbia  Dear Mrs. Griffiths:  Cheekye-Dunsmuir. Line Location  At the September 6, 1979 meeting in  Sechelt, both yourself and Joe Harrison  expressed concern on the proximity of the  Malaspina Substation site to the Pender  Harbour High School. This puzzled me  since I was unaware of any existing  buildings or planned development near the  Malaspina Sub-station site. However,  there does exist a small substation across  the highway from the Pender Harbour  High School. This substation taps the 138  kV transmission lines and converts the  transmission voltage to distribution  Christian Science  "Love your enemies, bless them that  ~cwseTou7dd"good fcrfbem"thathateyour  and pray for them that despiteful^ use  you, and persecute you;  Our blessed Master knew the power of  Love as no one else has ever done..  "Jesus' teaching and practice of Truth  involved such a sacrifice as makes us  admit its Principle to be Love." (Science  and Health with Key to the&riptures by  voltage to ..supply the Pender Harbour  area. Any expansion of this substation  would be related to electrical load growth  in Pender Harbour.  The 500 kV Malaspina Substationsite is  between three and four kilometers north of  the Pender Harbour High School and to the  east of the existing 138 kV lines. Access  will be via a private road (about % km.)  running east from highway no 101 to the  fenced station site and will be relatively  remote for present and planned future  facilities in the Pender Harbour-Klelndale  areas  E. Crowley  Manager  System Design Division  opposed to:  ���The transmission line crossing the  Sunshine Coast.  ���The use of herbicides In clearing and  maintaining the transmission line right-of-  way.  ���The Transmission lines destroying,  damaging dt impairing: natural wild life  habitat, spawning streams and beaches,  historic sites, aircraft safety, aesthetic  beauty, etc', etc.  (5) The "Steering Committee" of the  Sakinaw Lake residents have made a  number of attempts to organize and unify  the residents of the Sunshine Coast without  notable success.  (6) The "-Steering Committee" have  from the beginning endorsed and sought  out alternative routes which would do as  : little damage as possible and affect as few  'people as possible and proposed and  supported them with B.C. Hydro.  I ���Jarvis Inlet Route  ���Reception Point Route (This route  was proposed and explored by the Sakinaw  Lake residents)  _-   ���Mount Holliwell Route  For various reasons the Jarvis Inlet  and Reception Route proposals were  .turned down by B.C. Hydro.  If in spite of our efforts the B.C.  Government and B.C. Hydro are adamant  that the 5000,000 kv Transmission Line  must cross the Sechelt Peninsula to Cape  Cockburn it is our opinion that the least  damage and the least number of people  will be affected by our "Mount Holliwell"  Route proposal.  We are now at the eleventh hour and  wish the B.C. Government and the B.C.  Hydro had the wisdom to avoid the Sunshine Coast ��� but if they don't ��� we want  to ensure that the compromise will be the  best compromise that can be found, j  Yours truly,  "Steering Committee", j  Sakinaw Lake Owners & Leaseholders  Assn. '!  Sechelt Intermediate Care Society  Thursday, Oct. 4, 7:30 p.m.  Sechelt Elementary School  ��� Main Building  i,j>  iru:-  ��.,�����.�� ���>���"��� in <.-i.,  ItS't. rfi.  <    FORD ��� MERCURY ��� MUSTANG ��� CAPRI ��� FORD TRUCKS & VANS  ^i  21  ����  COME IN NOW AND SEE  WE HAVE  A GOOD SELECTION OF NEW CARS & TRUCKS  ��� FORD ��� MERCURY ��� FAIRMONT ��� ZEPHYR  ��� MUSTANG ��� T-BIRD  '/> TON 2 and 4 WHEEL DRIVES  ViTON SUPER AND CASS/  THE1980's  WILL BE HERE SOON  AND WE WILL NEED ROOM  P    .  GOOD USED CARS & TRUCKS  ��� INSTOCK*  CARS      ^ TRUCKS  1976 Mustang Cobra  1979 Ford F100 4 spd.  1974 Ford 4 dr.        1976 Dod*e v* ton  <fl��� ft .  ��� ������ camper special  1977 Dodge 4 dr.      W74 Ford F 250 Ranger m  1972 Comet 2 dr.      1971 Ford F 100 Ranger XLT  AND MANY MORE!!  \  i "QAMcome to ^o/td Count/iyM  SOUTH COAST FORD SALES LTD.  II  "Full lln�� Ford & Mercury dealer'  MDL 5936  "���nr  1326 Wharf Rd., Sechelt  B85-3281  Van. 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FULL RANGE OF ACCESSORIES  GIBSONS  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD  Sunshine Co a ft Hwy, Clbiont  -6814  or  ��� PINTO ��� BOBCAT ��� FIESTA ��� COURIER ��� BOBCAT ��� FIESTA ��� COURIER  TOR ALL YOUR BUILDING NEEDS"  <m -1��~^^f^>a_a_u.:  \  PageA4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday^ September 26,1979  Gibsons glimpses  Gallery Shop  by Marion Alsager, 886-2458  Hoffmoon Bay happenings  It's encouraging  By Ruth Forrester  885-2418  It was most encouraging to receive so  many nice phone calls and favourable  comments on my first journalistic en-  deavour. Thankyou -~ your good wishes  mean'a great deal. There is much to learn  yet and I am wide open for criticism which  will no doubt come my way in due course;  but in the meantime I wallow in your good  wishes.  JACQUES REUNION  It was a busy and happy occasion for  the Jacques on the weekend of Sept. 15.  Alan's brother Les,��&s<4wo sisters and  spouses joined with three cousins and  friend visiting from England. The English  ladies were Cathleen Kaye from Let-  chworth Garden,City, Herts, Joan Senior  from York and Ida Bell from Selby in  Yorks. The friend who accompanied these  three cousins was Margaret Saunders  from Hitchin in Herts. It was Joan's first  visit to Canada and she was delighted with  tliis area in particular. Cathleen Kaye and  Margaret Saunders had been here for a  visit in 1971 when they had come as  delegates to the twelfth International  Federation Congress of Business and  Professional Women which was held in  Edmonton. These ladies, though now  retired are still very active in the Business  and Professional Womens Club and plan to  attend the 50th International Federation  Congress in Montreaux, Switzerland in  May! The four English ladies left Redroofs  for a tour of Vancouver Island before  returning home.  FORMER RESIDENTS  Mary Menzies, who left Welcome  Beach twenty one years ago to settle in  Maple Ridge was back last week visiting  old friends. She and daughter Aileen  Randall were guests at the Roy Mills  family in Roberts Creek. They took time  out to visit Welcome Beach to take a look  at their old home, the beach property now  owned by Sven and Helen Sorenson. May,  an expert seamstress, was one of the  ladies who worked hard to raise money for  the building Of theWelcome Beach Hall in4  w?imnm:^r*_&tenmmtm^  Ienzies put in many hours helping tobuild  uie hall.  Another old timer who had planned a  visit to her old stomping grounds this fall  was Pat Ness. Unfortunately Pat is not  well enough to come at this time. When  Pat lived here she was always a great  asset to the Halfmoon Bay Hospital  Auxiliary. Even after leaving Redrooffs to  live at New Westminster she continued to  knit and sew for the Auxiliary. Get well  soon Pat���we look forward to seeing you.  HOME FROM HOSPITAL  Bill Urquhart is happy to be home from  St. Mary's Hospital feeling so much better.  Juveniles chased  Two female juveniles were apprehended following an approximately 10-  mile chase from Langdale Ferry Terminal  to Pratt Rd. September 16.  The van in which they were riding was  taken without the owner's consent from  the Wilson Creek Group Home. Charges  are pending.  In a separate incident, charges are  pending against two juveniles who were  picked up following five break-and-entries  to-homes at Hope Point on Gambler  Island.  Take care Bill.  Julius Szentesi who has also been in  Intensive Care at St. Mary's is home again  and lost no time in getting back to his  favourite pastime of fishing.  PARENT'S NIGHT  There was a good turnout of parents at  the first parents' night last Wednesday.  Mrs. Taylor the new teacher was pleased  to get to know the parents and there are  plans to have regular such meetings every  two months.' There are fourteen children  from grades one to three. The school year  was discussed and no doubt there will be  some interesting evenings afoot for both  parents and teacher.  REVENGE WILL BE SWEET!  Hear tell that the ladies took quite a  beating at their first carpet bowling  session at Welcome Beach Hall. However  ��� revenge is planned, so watch out!  HOSPITAL AUXILIARY MEETING  The regular monthly meeting will take  place at the Welcome Beach Hall this  coming Monday, Oct. 1 at 8 p.m. New  members are always welcome and this is a  good time of year to come and meet some  new friends as the new season gets underway. There are never enough people to  help out with the various activities and this  makes a heavy load for the few. Not much  is demanded of you. If you come to the  meetings once a month and do nothing else  you are still welcome. New faces and ideas,  are always needed and welcomed.  SUMMER OVER?  Despite the fact that by the calendar  summer is officially over we are still  enjoying this great weather and visitors  are continuing to take advantage of this.  Pixie Daly of Welcome Woods had her  cousin from Cowichan Bay for a few days.  Diana Knowles and Pixie got. some,  exercise as well as fun by doing some wood  chopping and gathering sea weed for their  gardens. Funny to see someone take a  suitcase of seaweed aboard a plane to the  Island.  ,Mrs^ Ftora^5hanning- o�� ^Calga^w^a-  also a recent visitor to the home of the  Walter Dooleys of Redrooffs. She is the  sister of Mrs. Dooley.  Nice to see Bruno and Kay Dombroski  back home again. They spent the past  year at Malibu, and while they thoroughly  enjoyed the experience they are really  happy to be home.  A heavenly calm has descended on the  Ronnie Dunn household after a whole  summer of company from Scotland and  Australia. Ronnie's daughter Debbie was  here with three girl friends all from  Australia. The girls had a wonderful time  and will have some great tales to tell when  they get home. A sad note came for one of  the girls just before she took off for home  when she received. word that her father  had died. The girls who are all ardent field  hockey fans attended the Womens' field  Hockey World Championships at UBC.  They were delighted to see the teams from  Scotland, England and Wales qualify to  represent Great Britain at the Olympics as  did the team from Australia. They were  most impressed by the hospitality and the  efficient organization by the Canadian  hosts.  Cheers till next time.  We talked with Trudy Small who is in  charge of the-Gallery Shop on Marine  Drive, Gibsons, which has been in  operation for six months, she tells us this  shop is part of the Sunshine Coast Arts  Council and handles locally crafted items  such as Jewellry, pottery, ceramics and  paintings.  The Gallery has been an excellent  tourist attraction. Some of the local arts  and crafts purchased in this shop are  travelling to very distant places; like a  stained glass item has gone to Denmark,  some ceramics to New York and wooden  - toys to Mexico. A large number of paintings have been sold and three of Kathleen  Wells' paintings will now adorn a  Mediterranean Villa.  The locally crafted jewellry and pot"  tery have been very popular saleable  items. There is a continuous changing  display and sale thereof of paintings by  Sunshine Coast artists and a good selection  of hand painted, block printed, silk  screened and lithographed cards. Vivian  Chamberlin's "Molly's Reach" cards have  been very popular with the travelling  public. ^  There is a sampling of many craft  items such as T shirts, afghans, batik,  macrame plant hangers, stained glass and  painted glass and special orders can be  taken on some of the items.  Trudy said that from the Tourist point  of view, this Gallery Shop is just-the type  of shop they look for so that they can take  home a locally crafted item as an ideal  remembrance of the Sunshine Coast.  This shop is a non-profit organization,  WOMEN AND THE LAW  Lawyer, Robert Reid gave an excellent  talk on "Women and the Law" on Thursday evening at Elphinstone Secondary  school, with lots of good information that  every married or common law women  . should know. The attendance was small  but the gals that were there learned that  there has been a Family Relations Act',  passed in B.C. recently and the most  significant part of the Act is Section 43,  dealing with Matrimonial Property.  Many chuckles arose from Bob's  opening remark: "now how do we ap:  proach this broad topic?"  BRIDAL SHOWER  Asurprise miscellaneous bridal shower  was held for Juliette Labonte Gritt on  Thursday morning in the St. Mary's,  Catholic church hall. Prime organizers of  the event were hostesses Julie Boser and  Lil Honeybun. The chair of honor was  beautifully decorated in silver and pink  with hearts and "Shower Can" motif.  Seventeen ladies attended and Juliette  received a variety of beautiful and useful  gifts; after which a delicious variety of  refreshments were served.  ZONE MEETING  The Sunshine Coast Zone meeting was  held at Roberts Creek Legion Br. 219 with  32 members attending. The ladies came  from Powell River, Sechelt, Gibsons,  Texada and Madeira Park. After a  delicious luncheon Lorraine Hurrie, Zone  Rep. from Powell River, took the chair. A  past Zone Rep. Pin was presented to  Gladys Shris by the Current Zone Rep.,  Lorraine Hurrie.  Zone projects are the Retarded  Children's Assoc, in Powell River.and  Sechelt and also the 870 Veterans at  Sn aughnessy.s  BRIDE-TO-BE HEATHER  On Saturday Sept. 15 a surprise  miscellaneous bridal shower was held in  honor of Heather Wright at the home of  Verda Schneider co-hostessed with  daughter Mava Stromquist and also  assisted by Debbie Stromquist. The bride-  to-be received many lovely and useful  gifts. Both mothers were present^  Belanger coming from Victoria forttl  occasion. The hostess presented Heather'  i '  with a. beautiful corsage of roses and  heather; The guests enjoyed a scrumptious buffet supper of lasanga and trimmings and the specially decorated cake,  c The groom-to-be is Curtis Belanger of  Victoria and the wedding will take place  on Nov. 10,1979.  GANG RANCH  Took a jaunt to see the relatives who  have recently purchased the Gang Ranch  located approximately 50 miles-west of  Glinto, B.Q. Dale Alsager, President of the  Company told us there are 700,000 acres  and to date they have 6,000 head of cattle  and plan to build it up to 12,000. They also  have a foundation herd of buffalo. We were  told that the buffalo are fence conditioned  arid are accustomed to domestic stock  handling practices. We tried the Buffalo  roast at dinner and found it very tasty.  The scenery was spectacular only  wished we had more time to explore the  valleys, canyons and lakes. This is the  largest ranch in Canada and is the first  time in its 117 year history the Gang  spread has had Canadian owners.  HIZCEEAIJD'S  9foie fining  5 pm \& uUtckglit  886-2888  Corporation of the Village of Sechelt  NOTICE OF TAX SALE  On October, 1st, 1979 at 10:00 a.m. in the Municipal Hall the  following properties will be offered for sale, if the delinquent taxes  plus interest are not paid.  (1) Lot 11, of Block Q, District Lot 304,  Plan 15852^, on Trail Avenue;  (2) Lot 7, of Block A, District Lot 1509,  1                 Plan 15276, on Lookout Avenue;  (3) Lot 3, District Lot 1509.  Plan 14072, on Gale Avenue.  J.M.A. Shanks,  Clerk-Treasurer  $nt/too(ucing  <A ���  SEay-uAwaij  0fen ...  CAMPBELL'S FAMILY  Shoes & Leather Goods  In   tho  heart  of  Sechelt  Wp have a fine selection of  boots & handbags.  885 2912  }ffr^!frrr:-' -  i^TT' ~��%��-si.-*ry.~ ���^r~'*^Vijj&s  ���v-rit -vn "ii.nV t/V V  a.x^j j^;_'   .j.nnA  REDUCTION  SALE!!  Walk it to me!  -::i  ���MnonS*  2  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  NOTICE OF TAX SALE  PUBLIC NOTICE  Is hereby given that on the 1st day of October, 1979 at the  Council Chamber of the Village of Olbtont at the hour of 10iOO. in  the forenoon, tho below described parcels of Real Property shall  be offered for sale by Public Auction.  We're moving! We are expanding into a brand new stdre in the Trail Bay Mall ���- and  we are definitely not carrying all this stock with us. Starting today, EVERYTHING In the  store is on sale, and the discounts will get bigger and better as we get closer to moving  day. This week, everything Is 5% OFF. Next week, It will be 10%. Then 15%. Then  20%. But items sold WILL NOT BE REPLACED! This sale is designed to help us reduce  our Inventory��� and it can mean great savings to you but DON'T WAIT TOO LONG I  GREAT  SAVINGS  Inqlh  GREAT  VALUE  **>��� - U"  1. Lot A  Block G  Plan 14539  District Lot 685  N.W.D.  Group 1 Folio 303.050  Headlands Road  2. Lot 10 and IV  Blocks 22 to 27  Plan 4856  District Lot 685  N.W.D.  Group Folios 319 and 320  Bay Road  3. Lot 2  Block B  Plan 14197  District Lot 686  N.W*D,  Group 1  Folio 643  Gower Point Road  J,W. CoplancT  "Municipal Collator  Village of Gibsons  1490 South Fletcher Road,  Gibsons  The Sterling washer & dryer  i fl   *       ,   i ', j Features 6 cycles to make your laundry a breeze. Includes second-  TI "',''" |<     j rinse option specially designed for baby clothes. Electric bleach,  , V';h> \' \i, <>��^ fabric softener dispensers, variable water levels.  Five tern-  >^ perature selection for drying, Interior drum light.  . ��989 Sale price ���939" Save $49*5  \U4.,^^  Reg.  rt'"?MtiKtff fffil If.  ato-ttaWMt)  m:m��m '  '"" ""  The Sterling Refrigerator  The Sterling 15.1 cu. ft, frost free refrigerator gives  you ���llde-out shelves, tall bottle storage, a dairy  compartment, full width crlsper and nested egg  storage.  Reg. *769 Sale price ���73055 Save ��38  45  PflWWIpW^ffl^^^^Ww^W^fffl  This handsome range Is both budget-priced and loaded with  features; like a clock controlled oven with automatic timing,  delay cook and keep-warm control, two 8" elements and two 6"  elements, Infinite heat control switches and auto oven preheat.  i��)9j��*(*  Reg. ���548 Sale price ���52057 Save f2748  Can you afford to miss this sale?  B q, Mjlfc .    E L.E. CI f��� |Q NI  - J��|^:��apwmceF  "Closing out our Cowrie Street store"  885-2568  , '"'"i Sechelt notes  Ca  L  n  by Peggy Connor 885-9347  Jhe Grub Baa  All kinds of beans  i  By Ann  Wednesday, September 26,1979 The Peninsula Times  PageA-5  All. other Collingwood Pioneers are  welcome to an Oldtimers get together.  Sunday, September 30 at 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. at  Champlain MaU, Vancouver.  A welcome to all "Oldtimers" fifty or  over, who lived in, or have been associated  with Collingwood. Pass the word to all  who'd like to come, arid enjoy a Sunday  afternoon in the "Good,, Old Spirit of  Collingwood. Refreshments-prizesT  friends-fun. See you there.  GRANDDAUGHTER HONORED  Bob and Jean Barclay are highly  delighted with the honors earned by  granddaughter Nancy Harris of  Squamish. Nancy has spent so many  summers and other holidays'here she is  almost a resident.     .,, .,;  Working' as an accountant for the  Squamish School and at the same time  taking a certified general accounting  course. First she won the award for top  student in B.C. with this she received $400  scholarship. Nancy went even farther and  won the Silver Medallion as top accounting  student for all of Canada! Plus,.another.  $400. ' .y  Great to see a small town girl make  such an achievement.  ONLY ONE BTERNACKI IN EUROPE  Teodor Biernacki is so happy with the  Sechelt area that he has no desire to travel  away. He was hot on holiday.with Mrs.  Biernacki as previously reported, having  made his last trip to Europe several years  ago and is quite content to stay here.  COLESLAW FOR EVERYONE  ."   The Bannermans on their trip to Alaska  attended the State Fair at Palmer. The  fabulous growth of the vegetables was  much in evidence with, cabbages that  weighed 71 pounds and .39 pound turnips.  Good thing it doesn't affect the people that  way. - -   " .  SECHELT INTERMEDIATE CARE  The need for Intermediate personal j  care is great not just in this area but all/  oyer. However our prime concern is with  our own people. The cost plus the room,  taken up by patients in an acute care  hospital could be served at a lesser rate ui  an intermediate care facility where the  patient who is well enough to be out of  hospital but not sufficiently able to be up  and around on their own. Patients could be  eased back to good health in a homelike  setting.  The first meeting to discuss just such a  facility was held June 2,1978. The meeting  was chaired by Gordon Hall, at thatjtime  Chairman of .the St. Mary's Hospital  Health Unit for long term care, along with'  twenty-seven members of the public.  A steering'committee was formed at  this time to organize a society to build such  a facility as intermediate care. The  committee headed by Gordon Hall in-,  eluded Marie Montgomery; Jean Todd,  Peggy Connor, Bill Cormack and Dave  Doig.  The time is ready for the first annual,  general meeting and election of the board  of Directors. This will take place Thursday, October 4, at 7:30 p.m. at the Sechelt  Elementary Schools main building in Mr.  Hercus' room.  Membership is two dollars, persons  interested are urged to attend.  We are fortunate, in having Dr. Roy  Cline as the liaison physician in our  community between. the . Intermediate  Care sponsors and the Hospital. Dr. Cline  has a special interest in Geriatric patients.  ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL ANNUAL  Tonight at the Senior Citizens Hall in  Sechelt at 7:30 p.m. is the annual meeting.  of the St. Mary's Hospital Society a good  turnout is requested,  LEGION LADIES BAZAAR  Saturday, September 29 the Legion  ladies for branch number 140 will be held  at the Legion Hall starting at 2 to 4 p.m.  tea and crafts available.  CITIZEN OF THE YEAR  . The Sechelt, Chamber of Commerce  made an excellent choice for their Citizen  of the Year award when they picked Jack  McLeod, a very worthy citizen.  MARY TTNKLEY-SHANNON  , As columnist for Halfmoon Bay Happenings Mary certainly had her .typewriter  on the pulse of community happenings as  well as the individuals in the area, putting  Halfmoon Bay well on the map of the  Sunshine Coast. A dedicated writer who  f made sure her column was always in the  paper, I know because I had the privilege  of filling in for her. It is good to Know Mary  is still going to continue to work for the  community because she and Vince are  vital to Halfmoon Bay. All the best in your  retirement Mary.  RUTH FORRESTER  While Ruth is new to the paper she is  not a stranger in the Halfmoon Bay news,  active in the community affairs and interested in people. Welcome to the group  Ruth.  A little meat goes'a long way at our",  house. We like beans up our way ��� all  kinds of beans ��� pinto, big fat limas or,  blackeyes, cooked with a wee bit of salt  pork, ham, or a few smoked sausages for  flavor: Beans just aren't beans without"  pork for flavor!  We like our pinto beans served with  chopped sweet onions or home-made  pickled green peppers on top. The red  beans, pinto,, white navy and kidney are  baked with ham or sausages and served  with greens, steamed and oh so good. In  the south, folks talk funny and even eat  funny! But try it ��� you may even like...  SAUSAGE      AND      RED      BEAN  CASSEROLE  Cover one pound dried red kidney  beans with six cups boiling water in a  heavy saucepan.. Let soak for about one  hour. Add two teaspoons salt, one eighth  teaspoon pepper. Place over, medium heat  and bring to a boil; turn heat to low and  simmer one hour. Brown half a pound link  pork sausages in a skillet; drain off all but  three tablespoons sausage drippings.  Add two chopped (med.) onions, one  clove garlic, minced or crushed, and saute  until golden brown. Add sausage pieces  that have been drained on paper towelling  and one 8-oz can tomato sauce.  Stir well and pour into beans and juice.  Mix well and pour into a three-quart  casserole. Cover and bake in a moderately  slow oven (325 degrees F.) for about three*  hours. Add a little warm.water during  baking if liquid seems to cook down top  much. Will Serve six to seven.  tablespoons, flour and half teaspoon salt  and .beat until smooth.. Place in top of  double-boiler and add % cup strong cold  coffee, one third cup maple syrup and two  cups undiluted evaporated milk, and cook  over hot water until smooth and thick.  Cool. Beat three egg whites till stiff,  fold, in half teaspoon grated orange peel  and one teaspoon, vanilla extract and  combine the two mixtures gently.  ,'.. Pour into a wet mold. Chill well. Turn  out on a chilled dish, and serve with thin  cream dusted with brown or maple sugar  and just a suspicion of nutmeg.'  ���tDfo(groyorattott of tfy> ffltllage of jfedjeft  NOTICE TO ELECTORS  The Court of Revision shall sit at the Municipal Hall on October 1 st  at 10:00 a.m. and shall hear all complaints and correct and revise  . the list of electors. Names of electors may be corrected, added if  omitted, struck off if not qualified and any other manifest error may  be corrected. The name of any person may be added to the list If an  application on the appropriate form is received at the Municipal  Office by October 1st.  A copy of the voter's list is on display in the Municipal Hall, in the  Post Office, and at the RCMP Office.  J.M.A. Shanks,  Clerk-Treasurer  ' If our scientists could only. invent  something that tastes like roast-beef hash,  but non-fattening even in large quantities!  The advance Christmas Cards for far    ._.._....     w .        away places are now on display for your  Society Boardl Present *als�� was^Susanf^cW^ye^ience. Get them.early. Miss Bee's,.  SPANISH BEAN SOUP  Soak one pound dried chickpeas  overnight in water to cover. Drain the next  day. Add three quarts of water and a ham  bone or a ham hock to beans.  Season with quarter teaspoon dried  saffron, two bay leaves, two cloves garlic,  crushed and two onions, chopped. Cover  and simmer on low heat about three hours.  Add two cups diced raw potato cut in. half;]  inch cubes arid one pepperoni sausage  (small one), peeled and sliced thin.  -; Simmer another hour. Add salt to taste  and a dash of pepper and three cups finely-  shredded cabbage during the last 15 to 20  minutes: 7  Remove ham bone or hock, cut off meat  bits���mince them and add to soup. Makes  3Ms quarts (more or less). This soup  thickens on standing. Add canned consomme or bouillon if necessary.  Frizze^Administratortf>��tasfcGarir  . JV>*�� o).&. V^wW*  MOCHA MAPLE MOUSSE  ^ Beat the yolk of three eggs, add three  ^mTKatei  TAKE A PEEK!  boat and motor  ylt's time you had  WINTERIZED and STORED  A DISCOUNT on winter  U labour charges.  ^> Complete engine overhaul  - gas and diesel,  Welding specialists.  Ways for bottom scrapes  and painting  wwya.  ERCRUISER  \J5fL\SGMLtl\iG  *<*_*_  OING DIVING?  LET US FILL YOUR TANKS  ��� Modern air station now installed.  DIVER SERVICES: Hull inspections etc.  Give us a call - Peter or Hick.  1979 Mercury Outboards - Reduced to clear  7.5 RPi 9.8 HP. 20 HP.  m^fyi^?&*0i>fcm&w&tomw^wmm<iil--  luMMHIMtt  l(V^J^rSifM*#��r?*N.W  Madeira Park (Pender Harbour)   883-2246 _  Use 'Times' Adbrlefs  to Sell, Rent, Buy,  Swap etc.  NOTICE  Department of Fisheries  and Oceans  (^  Madeira Park  New Phone Number  883-2313  AFTER HOURS ��� ������-��.  EMERGENCIES ONLY 885-3379    ���  __s__J_  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  COURT OF REVISION  Take notice that the Sunshine Coast Regional District Court of  Revision will sit on the following date in the Board room of the  District Office, Wharf Street, Sechelt, B.C.:  Monday, October 1,1979 -10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  to hear any complaints and correct and revise the 1979 S.C.R.D.  Electoral List of electors.  Copies of the 1979 List of Electors covering Electoral Areas "A", "B",  "C", "D", "E" and "F" of the Sunshine Coast Regional District will be  posted upon the Public Notice Board in the Regional District Office  and at all post offices and public community halls by September 20,  1979.  (Mrs.) A.G. Pressley  Secretary-Treasurer  irst at  IGA SPECIALS & VALUES  TABLERITE MEATS  B.C. grown, gov't inspected young  TURKEYS  Boneless, inside  frozen,  6-16 lbs.  lb.  ROUND STEAK   $279  ���op cut lb.  Boneless, outside  ROUND STEAK  bottom cut .....  Maple leaf or hint of Maple  SLICED  SIDE BACON  IGA sliced  MOCK CHICKEN  LOAF  $059  ib. .am  $159  ib. 4L  GROCERY  Dole  PINEAPPLE  COFFEE  ORANGE JUICE  CHEEZ WHIZ  chucks, sliced,  crushed   . . 19 ox.'  Maxwell  A P. baq.  House  Southern Sun  Unsweetened  32 or.  Kraft  plain.  MARGARINE XT.  500 q  STONED WHEAT THINS  Weston's  20>i ...  TOMATO JUICEH"' f��m"  48 ox  Swift's  lib. ...  CANNED HAM  MACARONI DINNER  16 oz  FROZEN FOOD  Carnation  FRENCH FRIES  Rupert Flip ^ Fry  OCEAN PERCH  2 Ib. baq  16 oz.,  $199  Kraft  225 q..  SHREDDED WHEAT "!r'  Kleenex  2plyi2Q0's ..  BATHROOM TISSUE T".  Kleenex  FACIAL TISSUE  Nino livos  vor, of flavours, 6 oz.  Purina  <tl<q   Bartlett  PRODUCE  PEARS  PRUNE PLUMS  lb.  WKJN*^,.*,-  Australian  MANDARIN ORANGES >b. 69  TOWELS *,  CAT FOOD  MEOW MIX  CAT CHOW :C��  DOG MEAL ur.H."'.,,:0,*,n...  POWDER DETERGENT 1u;"f  LIQUID DETERGENT *un"9h'  AIR FRESHENERS  SOAP PADS t?!  32 oz,  Glado Solid  6oz   ���me to ^UadeiAa - \M ^mld  Mm WmW MW ggf  PENDERHARBOURCENTRE  Madeira Park#883-9100  "WC RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES"  Price* effective Sept, 26 - 29  in  .V PageA-6  The Peninsula Times        Wednesday, September 26,1979  The > Creek runoff  We won!  By Jeariie,tyjorton, 886-9609  Flower show a colorful success  Wide smiles told the story of the       So John Davies will meet this week with  Referendum last Saturday as supporters interested people to decide, just exactly  met at the Legion afterward for an im- what is desired and required for the new  promptu celebration. The vote in favor of facility. The, design must anticipate and  the proposal for a new community centre provide for the needs and wants of all the  was 235 to 141, a hefty 62,5 per cent groups who might be using the building  majority, far in excess of the required 50  per cent plus one vote.  Now application can be made for a  provincial grant of one-third to one-half of  the cost of the building. The deadline is the  first week in October and the application  must be accompanied by a preliminary  agreement with the School Board and a  preliminary plan by an architect.  m  II  II  DEATH BENEFITS  * Many 'people are not  aware of the death  benefits payable by  various   Crown   agencies.  * The Canada Pension Plan  will pay up to $1,045.00 on  the death of a contributor.  This is in addition to the  widow's pension.'  * A veteran's family may  be eligible for a grant from  D.V.A. or the Last Post  Fund.  * At time of need, Devlin  Funeral Home will assist  the family in determining  eligibility for various  government or private  death benefits.  fat frtntfan, itt^unaiio-K  tiviiCt o-x pAo-ttc  D.A. DEVLIN  owner-manager ,  m  .;*>-." u.?*jts  ^PutfelWp:  ft  va  This is just the beginning���we've got a,  long way to go. But the vote on Saturday .  was the impetus we need. A big thanks to,  all who helped make it possible.  COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION  Any volunteers for chairperson of the  Roberts Creek Community Association?  The position has been vacant since Dennis  Fitzgerald moved away this summer.  Contact Chuck Barries or Dennis Davison  if you're interested.  The main topic for discussion at the  monthly meeting on September 17 was the  Golf Club's proposed expansion Into Cliff  Gilker Park. On the assurance of Area  "D" Director Harry Almond that the  Regional Board could not sub-let part of  its lease from the Parks .Board, it was  decided that a letter ' stating . the  Association's position was not necessary  and it would be left up to the Committee  studying the park's function.  Concern was expressed about the  dilapidated state of some of the bridges  and the need for a caretaker to prevent  vandalism in the Park. It was decided,  however, to give the newly formed  Roberts Creek Lions Club a chance to  make good on their undertaking to form a  work party to fix the bridges.  Bill Grose gave a financial statement  for the 1979 Roberts Creek Daze. The event  made a profit of $1,835.71, making a total  of $6,239.82 raised by the Ways and Means  Committee towards the new community  centre thus far.  LEGION AUXILIARY  About 50 delegates and visitors from  other branches in the Sunshine Coast Zone  attended a luncheon hosted by the Ladies  Auxiliary of the Roberts Creek Legion on  September 17.  . * The Roberts Creek Auxiliary will be  holding a bazaar in the clubrooms on  Saturday, October 27, from 11 a.m. to 3  p.m. or until supplies last. Anyone wishing  to donate baking or other goods is asked to  contact Billie Rodgers at 885-9258.  The next general meeting of the  Auxiliary will be October 1 in the  clubrooms on Lower Road. They are an  open auxiliary for those that wish to join  them in aid of Branch 219. New members'  would be welcome. Contact Billie Rodgers  at 885-9258 or May Johnson at 886-9596.  BINGO..   ,(       j.  .Vi.,'...,,,    y.\ r  A reminder that Thursday night bingo  at the Roberts Creek Legion will finish in a  month. Early bird starts at 7 p.m.  HOSPITAL AUXILIARY  The next meeting of the Roberts Creek  Hospital Auxiliary will be held on October  1 at 11 a.m. in St. Aidan's Hall..  FAMILY DANCE  Tell your kids to polish up their dancing  shoes! There's a family dance at the Hall  on Friday, October 12 with "Childgrove",  a band from Victoria.  HALLOWE'EN DANCE?  Rumor hath it that Bob Carpenter and  "Group" will be playing for a Hallowe'en  Dance at the Hall on Saturday, October 27.  More details later.  FIREMEN'S BINGO  The Roberts Creek Volunteer Fire  Department are holding their annual  bingo at the Community Hall on Saturday,  October 13. Grand prize is $1,000 and  tickets are $5, available at TJ Sound,  Sechelt Family Mart, and Seavlew  Market.  by JACK MACLEOD  Members of the Sechelt Garden Club  had reason to be pleased with the high  quality of entries, in their recent Fall.  Flower Show, and with the support-of the  many Coast residents, who attended in  such good numbers.  Top grower ,at>the Show was Tam  Johnson, of the Gibsons area. Tam took  home the silver rose bowl donated for the  competition hy The Royal Bank. On his  way to winning the Grand Aggregate  Trophy he gathered up the Redman  Memorial Cup for the most points in  Section One ��� Cut Flowers. In Section  Two, Pot Plants, he tied with Thelma  LeFeaux for the Frank Read Trophy.  The show has a category for members  who have never won an award, the Adam  Mitchell Cup, and this also went to Tam  Johnson. By this way of reckoning, up to  award giving time Tam was a Novice, as  he had never won a trophy before. Some  novice! Congratulations Tam!  Winner of Section Three,  Arrangements, was Carmen Grassie, who  ' was awarded the Janet Allen Plaque. Best  Hanging Basket in the show went to  "Thelma LeFeaux) who won the Copping  Cup. Alec Ellis won the Sechelt Garden  Club cup for the best Dahlia hi the Show,  while Louis Hanson won another club cup  for the best Pot Plant in show^  In the' < childrens.' Dish Garden  Category, cash prizes went to Lyle  Chenier, Teresa Robilliard, and' Andrea  Robilliard.  This Garden Club lias sponsored a  Junior Club in the Sechelt Elementary  School for some time. Pat Craig, a teacher  at the school was the liaison, person,  organizing weekly noon hour meetings.  The school entry winners were Leah  Vandeberg and Carole Karpenko.  Mr. Jack Kirkland, of Selma Park, a  long time member of the Point Grey  Chrysanthemum Society, gave some  beautiful in-curve 'mums' for the stage  display. ,  The numerous entries in the, show were  judged by Miss Rose Bancroft of Burnaby,  who received a beautiful. corsage, and  made many helpful comments. She said  that she was very impressed with the  quality of the exhibits.  Club Members extend thanks to the  Royal Bank for supplying the Grand  Aggregate Trophy, and to Winnie Cheung,  Loan officer at the Bank, who efficiently  performed the Show opening formalities.  '.���mi mw\ \m<-  dmWJ/Mmn i��fflpv\  FEATHER PIU0WS  Queens     <17<>V  Klnjt      ���23��lt  [AkUrsrove]  DRAPES  Cuatow J^tnk to oMcflfiuAc  'jifm QMMatw witfc  '    "ilAfo CMqallon  Gtenaa  Sasaratt  iiimrr  886-8023  Gibsons  SMALL WOOD RESOURCES  OPEN SATURDAYS -1) o.m.-2 p.m.  OR CALL FOR LUMBER  *Rough Lumber "Logging * Cutting Thinning  895-2455  Field Road  LAST CALL BEFORE FALL CLEAN-UP ..  PUMPKINS, CABBA6E, CAUUR0WER, ZUCCHINI, CUKES,  TOMATOES, BROCCOU, TURNIPS, CARROTS, CORN  ROOSENDAL FARMS  OPEN  7 days -  10 am-6 pm.  GARDEN BAY ROAD - Yz MILE OFF HWY. 101 - PENDER HARBOUR  THE HOME  OF OVER 200  WALL PANELS  STORE  INSULATION ������������<*�����  l'il';WVMiiTP';l'llwll      Canadian Home Insulation Program  FIBREGLASS INSULATION  S" Program  Another service ol  Ih* Sovefflnwir.i ol Canada  Government "CHI  Save now on energy efficiert Fibreglass Insulation  Get up to $500.00.Governmeit Grant on insulation if  your horne was built before *  House of Windsor store.  ���llilltl  tmgntm   8$��  Kill  REJECT DOORS  Reject doors. Various sizes.  Use them for doors or use  them lor shelving,  *9.95  961!!! Details at your  m  Ih* <5overt��nw. i oi Canada '*^ _m ' __].__      ^^if^ / J  R-20 15" F/F 240 m* 12.OO bid. 50 sq.ft.  R-12 15" F/F140 m $12.60 bid. 90 sq. ft.  9  mm  m  BATHROOM/KITCHEN  PANELS  Wall Panelling that looks like  wall paperl Excitingly different patterns, Washable and  durable, Ideal for bathrooms,  kitchens, and laundry rooms,  Our selection Is the biggest  by far,  ^9.95-15.95  Bf-FOLD DOORS  , ScBction and savings on ail  ycir Bl-fold door requlre-  rriits, Check the size . . .  cr|ck the savings.  20 x 6'8" H/C  yS^mnjO  m  111!:  !$ i  BON  7,  ECONO STUDS  Stock up now for that  upcoming' project, 2 x '4  studs. Excellent for framing,  Buy now and save,  PANELLING  Reject panelling -  truck overturned  4x8' sheets  $099  %J       each  ass��  mm  !il  5.S.W. GUTTER  trough, Pre-palntedolum-  jm gutter system. Longing quality. Choose from  VNfltto or Prown, All acces-  stjles avallnblo.  Iln.lt.  siiSijiitii  S&wSi  CONTACT  CEMENT  Wo buy In bulk lo aavo you  extra dollars, Chock this out,  1 gallon of quality contact  cement,  VANITIES  For that extra  washroom, ensuite,  garage  30x18"  with   $'  marble top'  I *9.95  gallon  SPECIALS  CLOVERDALE HINT '15.98  Interior, Exterkr SEMI GLOSS        $12.98  SATIN LATEX feg. >14.95     Wow 10.95  PLYWOOD  Metric Plywood  V* Sanded D \ $14.95  5/16Unsanded *5>99  7/16 Ranchwall No. 1 $21.49 sheet  Windsor Plywood  IGHWAY 101 - GIBSONS 886-9221  WE  DELIVER  ."��  I A  /*-  Wednesday, September 26,1979   c     the Peninsula Times , Page A-7  '���''I  Y for itself in time,  r it now?  First step in conservation  insulation:  Is insulation all that  important? Look at it  this way. Home heating is  the largest single hatoja&*t.  hold/consumer of valu&fc%:  energy resources, I|) y , $*.  accounts for about 600 mfe.  of every dollar you spend oti yoSF  total home energy expense. So  adequate home insulation can prevent  in shopping malls in the  areas we've surveyed.  Hydro technicians will be on  hand to help homeowners  find out how their insulation  measures up.  Research verifies  insulation value:  9\  The readingslof the aerial  .  thermography program are double-  ^ _ checked by comparing, a sampling of the  major moneTleak^^ aeri^ thermograms of volunteer Hydro  What about the expense? It isn't  an expense. It's an investment���and a  very good one. And, with the likely  prospect of rising world energy costs  ahead, it will become an even better  investment in the near future.  J.'  How insulation  pays for itself  The many ways insulation pays:  In homes with substandard  insulation (or none) a proper installation job can pay for itself in as little>as  five heating seasons. And that's only  the savings in fuel. There are other  pluses. Like a home that's more  comfortable year-round: warmer in  winter; cooler in summer. More  uniform temperatures with fewer  drafts and no cold spots. Insulation  even makes a home quieter. And  nowadays, when everyone's concerned  about the need for energy efficiency,  insulation can also add to your home's  resale potential.    Aerial thermographic  surveys pinpoint the need:  Once again this  past winter, Hydro  took infra-red  aerial pictures  of thousands  of British  Columbia rooftops.  �� Our objective:  to help homeowners  fight high heating costs.       j/mt*f(t*f  Individual roof   /W^    t^<*��_  temperatures    ^faMfa  are,recorded .,,,,      v   -**"  on magnetic  tapes to produce  black-and-white  "thermograms''.  These images pinpoint roofs that  are losihg heat by  showing them as  whitish or light-grey  areas���indicating  the need for better  insulation. As we did  last year, we'll be dis-  playing the thermograms  ���*��  employees' homes with their actual  insulation values. The aerial readings  have proven remarkably accurate.  _ j >i        __ ��� '      ' ���     " ���  And more research:  Hydro is also studying energy  and dollar savings in twelve test-homes  located around the province. These  ���MB& hWe blen"fitt^with-newly  recommended insulation levels ^  in roofs, walls and windows  and their heat savings  monitored on a continuing  basis. Preliminary results  indicate savings in excess  of 20%, over levels usual!  encountered;  How to find out if  you need insiilatio  Your nearby  B.C. Hydro office can  provide allthe free  . literature and information you'll need on  the subject of home  .. insulation. These  easy-to-follow booklets show you the  simple way to check your  insulation and decide oh the improvements you require. They also  contain tlie simple larjguage for  technical specifications, and many  how-to-do-it tips.       :; ,  And how  togetitnow  How to get statted:  First, decide if you  .. want to 4o the;work yourself or have it done. If you  decide to do it yourself,  you'll find it's a pretty  straightforward job as  long as you follow the  recommendations in  thejliterature we  provide-  If you prefer  to have the work  done, get competitive  quotes on the job by  fimrttmKrWtywM qualified, contractors.  who is qualified? Don't hesitate to ask the  contractor for the names of references���  other homeowners for,whom he has done  insulating work.  As a final check on the results of  the job, some contractors now provide  ground thermography verification of  wall insulation effectiveness. Ask your  contractor about this. .  How to pay  for insulation  Now!  Horneowners throughout British  Columbia have taken advantage of B.C.  Hydro's Insulation Finance Plan to  upgrade insulation or install multiple- *  glazed windows; To date, Hydro has  firfaiTced Qver $1,000,000 tohoirie-" ��  owners on this plan.  We'll provide up to  $500.00 at just 10% interest,  repayable over 24  months with your  regular utility  bilk Tb get the  insulation you need,  right now, you need  only qualify with the  following:  ���have a residential utility account  with B.C. Hydro,  -���apply before March 31,  1980.  ���have a satisfactory  credit rating,  ���own (or be purchasing  by mortgage) a home  already built.  Projects by qualified contractors under the B.C. Hydro  Insulation Finance Plan are subject to  spot checks by Hydro technicians to  ensure the quality and standards of  workmanship.  All insulation and multiple  glazing materials must be to CMHC  standards and applied in accordance  with recognized practice; And all  "do-it-yourselfers" must purchase  enough insulation to achieve the  required performance. For details,  contact your participating insulation  retailer or contractor, or ask at your  local Hydro office.  m*C* HYDRO  WE'D UKE TO HELP YOU SAVE ENERGY.  AND MONEY.  MtffaiiMiHf  \  ~.~*j*f~  i    i  i Page A-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, September 26,1979  Mining concerns Island Trust  The Islands Trust Council, which is.  composed of all 26 Trustees, met in Victoria on Friday and Saturday, September  14 and 15. It reviewed current work  programs and exchanged views on island  related issues. The meeting endorsed by  resolution the stand taken by the  Provincial Government in calling for an  all land route for the delivery of Alaska oil  to the lower 48 states. A further resolution  expressed strong concern over the  prospect of mining development, on  Gambier Island.   ��� N  The Trust, over the past years, has  been firmly opposed to the use of British  Columbia waters and Trust waters in  A FEW SECONDS, and more than a  few snips with the scissors, later,  health minister Bob McClelland  declared the $2.75 million St, Mary's  Hospital expansion project officially  open. Happy* over a job well-done is  Warren McKibbin, chairman of the  hospital's board of trustees.  Scout season to start  It will soon be safe for little old ladies to  walk across the street as the Fall scout  season begins and all those boy scouts will  be on the prowl to do good deeds.  Gibsons group committee meeting of  the Beaver, Cubs and Scouts were held last  week at the Scout Hall where they elected  the executive.  Of the 25 in attendance seven positions  were filled. Geg Morel became chairperson, Maryln Robinson, treasurer, Judy  Leschasen, quartermaster, Barry Win-  sfield, maintenance, Pat Muryn, Ladies  Auxiliary, Merv Messner, Resources and  Lutz Budde as Public Relations.  Parents who are willing to help and get  involved as leaders or otherwise may have  their children attend the meeting in their  age group at the Gibsons Scout Hall.  Beavers ages 6-7 meet Thursday at 4  p.m.  Cubs ages 8-11 meet Tuesday or  Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.  Scouts ages 12-13 meet Thursday at 6:30  p.m.  Ventures meet at Bud Norris' House  (886-7675 ) on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.  (ages 14-17)  Rovers (co-ed between 17-23) meet on  Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at Bud Norris's  house.  The group committee which guides and  directs all activities meet every first  Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at  the Gibsons Scout Hall. Phone for more  information 886-2931, after 6.  Cactus Rower  Guys and Girls Wear  Gibsons  Sunnycrest Mall  886-7615  Come  & See our  New  Arrivals  Sale  20% off  Landlubber  flannel shirts  Sechert  The Dock  885-5323  A (antGstic  selection  of Socks  for Girls  Leather  Purses  Dresses  Pulse  leans  Skirts  Skirts  Levis  Pantomime  Big Blue  Jeans   i  Blazers  Clutch Bags  Wallets  4 Berts for  Guys & Girls  We've been around for some time now, but If "word-of-mouth"  hasn't yet reached you, we think you might like to know about some  of the low maintenance aluminum products and the energy saving  (and money saving I) products we Install,  s" CONTINUOUS ������  ALUMINUM GUTTERS  ��� Other Aluminum Products we offer Include: Siding (also vinyl),  Facia & Soffit Covers, Awnings & Canopies and Railings.  BORDEN  INSULSPRAY  foamed-ln-place INSULATION ��� for walls  NON FLAMMABLi/NON TOXIC/ HIGHLY EFFECTIVE  MACHINE BLOWN LOOSE-FILL INSULATION ��� for ceilings  DOUBLE SEALED  INSULATING GLASS  ��� Sealed Unit Conversions and Window Replacement!  * Patio Doors Converted to Double Glazing  * Inside Storm Windows & Doors  Call us today for a free estimate  frSUNCOAST  W       WeatherProducts  Box 1418, Sechelt  Ron McCulnnets  885-3311  insulatlonUicrimal windows- aluminum products-  particular, as oil tanker routes. A  reduction of the odds favouring a  catastrophic oil spill would be expected if  oil can be moved by pipeline..  . The proposal for a copper-molybdenum  mine on Gambier Island was,reported to  the meeting Jf involving approximately  two thirds of the Island which is the largest  island in Howe Sound and the third largest  of the 250 islands in the Trust Area. Informants quoted, the 'Northern Miner' as  reporting that drilling in 12 test holes by  20th Century Energy Corportation has  already proven a potential of 280 million  tons. The Trust Council's resolution  requests the Chairman to write to the  Premier and other Ministers informing   mine. Public information meetings will be  them of Trust opposition to the proposed   called at the appropriate time.  OPEN SATURDAYS  10-5 P.M.  ��� OR BY APPOINTMENT ���  TAPPEN  '^Mf  'ZSktZ:  The  Best ,  Western  ��*  ��v��  By The Sea  m*  s>*  COME STAY WITH US  at ENGLISH BA Y near STANLEY PARK  in beautiful downtown VANCOUVER  TOLL-FREE   800268-8993  1755   DAVIE STREET   VANCOUVER   B.C.  V6G 1W5  TELEPHONE (604) 682-1831  886-2765  Looking For Quality?  Looking For Service?  Looking For Selection?  Looking For Ideas?  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You Are The Winner, When You Shop Suncoast Chrysler.  885-5111 The Peninsula ^^e^  I Section B  Wednesday, September 26,1979  Pages 1-8  BUSINESS & INDUSTRY  This pullout section will be offered weekly in the Peninsula Times to inform our readers on the latest news in the local real  estate market, to offer the most complete classified sales information possible and to provide news and information on  business and industry at the local, provincial, national and international level as it affects our lives on the Sunshine Coast.  ���������:���:�����>>>��:  S**��S  fc:<*<   \v.;'  Rr.'6'.'A'.  ��**:::  :^^i^i^^,  ���:_\ V>::V-:  wmmm  c#*����Pi^'"^*>  Oj^ aa  .V.-    A  A  this week's  Realty Feature  CREEKSIDE PARK ESTATES  buy lots Ion time  at 10% interest  Purchase your lot for as little as $1,000 down.  Payments tailored to your requirements at 10% interest, which is  less than bank rates.  An Area for your Single or Double Wide Home  Why live in a mobile home park when you can own your own lot for  the same price as paying pad rental.  OFF NORTH ROAD  GIBSONS  Live in this quiet area of winding streets and cul de sacs and  still be within walking distance to schools, shopping,  medical clinic, theatre and swimming pool.  COME IN AND DISCUSS TERMS. PURCHASE NOW FOR THE FUTURE  SUNNYCREST  SHOPPING  CENTRE  886-2277     \J AND LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD  c^X R.R. 2-Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  *   CONVEYANCINGeREAL ESTATE CONSULTING .APPRAISALS .NOTARY PUBLIC  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  682-1513  X&3S"*-  <?%?&<  ���'S'j'i tV'*'* ��������� via  v.y .>y��v��   H��J  .���������,    SNNV       JVfff  >��� v>.   V.V.   VVVV  Ksks  mm  Remember: the nicest thing  about a  Times Classified  is that it is as near  as your phone.  JUST CALL  885-3231  Tuesday thru Saturday  WE'LL BILL YOU  LATER  ft&>.  W^W-W^W  ��W.  3eM��fol  r IF THE SH0E DOESN'T FIT . . . SELL IT!  Gall JUDY - 885-32(31 . . . for an..ad just your size.  PageB-2      The Peninsula Times   September 26,1979  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Phone 885-3231  Published Wednesdays by  / The Peninsula Times  for Westpres Publications Ltd,  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  7300 Copies Distributed  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion    $2.15  Three Insertions ..- $4.30  Extra Lines (4 words)     60c  Display Ad-Briefs  $2.90 per column inch  Box Numbers $1.00 extra  Legal or Reader advertising 30c  per agate line.  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In  AAemoriam, Marriage and  Engagement Notices are $7.00  (up to 14 lines) and 60c per line  after that. Four words per line.  Birth Notices, Coming Events  take regular classified rates.  Ad-Briefs must be paid for in  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  to receive cash discount.  Subscription Rates:  By Mail:  Outside Local Area $15 yr.  U.S.A $20.00 yr.  Overseas $25.00 yr.  Single Copies  20c oa.  Work Wanted  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES LTD.  Let us care for your  needs:  -Topping  -Falling  -Limbing  Insured work  "Our reputation-  speaks for itself"  ph. 885-2109  tree  3283-tf  Help Wanted  LOVE! LIFE! Love Life!  Love! Help Greenpeace  complete the job of saving the  great whales! Buy-Sell "Go  anywhere" lottery tickets -  write 2623 West 4th Avenue,  Vancouver, V6K1P8.   217045  Announcements   ��11 Personal  a\  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous  Meeting, every Thurs., 8:30  pm, Wilson Creek Community  Hall. 885-2896 or 885-3394. 4816-  tf  OPEN HOUSE will be held for  George Simpson's 90th  birthday at the nome of Mr.  and Mrs. A. Aitchison,  Radcliffe Road, Selma Park,  2-4p.m.,Oct.2. 2324-44  Obituaries  GRANT ��� Passed away  September 21, 1979, Greta  Ethel Grant late of Gibsons in  her 96th year. Survived by  three daughters; Mary  Gregory and her husband  Harry, Roberts Creek;  Audrey Johnson and her  husband Tam, Gibsons; Elsie  Matheson and her husband  Earl, West Vancouver. One  daughter-in-law Gloria Grant,  San Miguel, Mexico. 14  grandchildren, 17 great  grandchildren. Niece in  Gibsons Mrs. Fred (Betty)  Robertson and several other  nieces and nephews. Mrs.  Grant was a charter member  of PEO and a long-time  member of Gibsons United  Church. Services will be held  Wednesday, September 26 at 2  p.m. from Gibsons United  Church. Rev. George Inglis.  Cremation. Interment of  ashes at Masonic Cemetery.  Devlin Funeral. , Home  Directors.   , 2327-8-44.  EDMONDS ��� Passed away  September 22, 1979. Marg  May Edmonds, late of Gibsons  in her 96th year. Survived by  one son Albert, three jrand-  children, Garnet, Roger,  Bruce and four great grandchildren. Funeral Service  Tuesday, September 25th, at 1  Bm. from the Chapel of  evlin Funeral Home. Rev. D.  Brown officiating. Internment  Ocean View Cemetery.  GUITAR   &  Music   Theory  ��� lessons.   Jazz,   improv;  reading, writing, all styles.  Beg.-Adv. Budge, 885-9285.  1528-tfn  HOROSCOPES - Have your  toenail  clippings read  in  complete privacy. Call  Zelda. 2175-42  THANKS (to the persons or  person who broke into my  house) for returning my ring.  It meant a lot. What about the  rest the stuff? H. Craig.  Work Wanted  THE HOUSEWARMERS will  replace or convert your  existing wood windows to  double-pane thermal glass.  For homes with existing  aluminum windows, we install  inside-sliding storm windows. .  Call us, we're the experts. Call  986-3102 or contact PO Box  86514, North Vancouver, B.C.  1924-tfn  THUNDER PAINTING  Interior & Exterior  professional work at  reasonable rates  Free Estimates  5 years on the coast  885-3301 & 886-7619  3861-tf  CLAPP'S CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing.  All  types  of  Concrete  Work.  \ "Breaking and haulihgaway of  ' old    concrete.     Concrete  leakage problems. Seepage or  high pressure leaks.  Phone Wayne Clapp  for free estimates  885-2125  after 7 p.m.  Box 1341,Sechelt  1211-tf  FREE!      ALDER     trees  removed   or   any   type  firewood. Ph. 886-2737. 226846  ^  Sunshine Coast  Community  -Services Society  P.O. Box 1069  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  . Requires  ACO-ORDINATOR  OF VOLUNTEERS  Applicants please  supply complete  resume before  Oa. 5. 1979  Help Wanted  TWO CERTIFIED dental  assistants required  Williams Lake. Write 121B  North First Avenue or call  collect 398-7161 during office  hours, 223844  PROGRESSIVE STOVE  manufacturing requires  welders with MIG welding  experience. Located in the  heart of the beautiful Bulkley  Valley. Phone. 847-9261.222944  EXPERIENCED  PHOTOGRAPHER-  Technician wanted for major  weekly newspaper  in  B.C.  Interior. .   Must      know  darkroom, photo printing and  Ejcess camera. Car essen-  1. Salary negotiable. Please  send resume in confidence to  Box 150, BCYNA, 808-207 West  Hastings St., Vancouver, B.C.  V6B1H7. 223644  SKIDDING contractor  required for clean-up and  thinning on Hardy Is. for  viewing contract phone 487-  4288 or 883-2733. 226145  COOK    REQUIRED,    ex-.  ���    perience necessary, wages  negotiable. Apply in person  Lord Jim's Lodge.  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  3 lines for '1.90 prepaid  RUN YOUR AD 3 TIMES FOR THE PRICE OF 2  PRINT YOUR AD IN THE SQUARE. BE SURE TO LEAVE A BLANK SPACE  AFTER EACH WORD. THREE LINES IS $2.15. EACH ADDITIONAL LINE  IS 60c. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR SPECIAL SAVINGS.  * Run your ad twice ��� the third time Is FREE.  * If you pay for your ad the Saturday before publication you get a  discount ��� 25c for one insertion ��� 50c for three insertions.  MAIL US YOUR AD, OR DROP OFF IS:  In SECHELT at The Peninsula Times Office  Suncoast Agencies, Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons.  For Rent  RENTING  One  Bedroom   Apartments  * Drapes * Balconies  * Intercom        *, Cablevision  * Controlled Entrance * View  * Wpll to wall carpet  * Colored Appliances  Rent from $220  '     Call DOUG FERRIS  885-2283  Mobile Homes  > SPECIALIZING IN   .  FULL SET-UPS *  GEORGE'S MOBILE  HOME SERVICE LTD.,  Bpx245 SECHELT  885-3733         '    2254-45  1973 MODULINE 12' x 48\;  $7500. Ph. 926-1024.,   227946,  Cars and Trucks  mfor Sale  ACTIVITY AIDE  The applicant should  preferably have courses and  experience in crafts,  psychology and sociology.  Ability to be creative, sensitive to patients psychosocial needs, activity of daily  living and environment is  essential.  Salary and benefits according  to die Hospital Employees  Union contract.  Please   contact   for   appointment-  Mrs. L. Buchhorn  Personnel Officer  .  St. Mary's Hospital  -885-2224  231344  WELL established Fraser  .ValLey,, .Community  Newspaper, requires experienced Sports writer.  Applicants should also be  competent with general news  and 35 mm camera. Dark  room experience an asset.  Apply Box 148, BCYCNA, 808  207 West Hastings St., Van-  couver, B.C. V6B1H7.   215844  WOMAN to babysit 3 yr old  boy and do light  housekeeping. Approx. 4 days  week, 2 weeks a month. Ph.  886-7568. 226046  RELIABLE mature  babysitter, for school  holidays and Sat., 2 children,  Sechelt Village. Ph. 885-5241  between 6 p.m.-9 p.m. 228144  MAPLE CRESCENT Apartments. 1, 2 & 3 bdrm apts.  Reas. rent. Incl. heat,  cablevision, stove, fridge. ,886-  8333 or apply Apt. No 104-B.  4121-tfn  2 FURN. Mobile homes.  Selma Vista Mobile Pk.  Selma Pk. Rd., Avail. Oct. 1.1  - 2 br. and 1 3 br. w. washer  and dryer. $300-mo. incl. pad  rental. L. Sewell 883-2750 or  732-0286 or Peter Block wkend.  885-3894, after 6 521-2280. 2203-  45  NEW 2 br house. Elec. range.  Beach Ave., Roberts Creek.  $350.885-3309 noon, eves. 2219-  45 -  -"r"2   3 BEDROOM double  wide,  2276-tf   4 new fridge, stove ahd.dish-       washer. Redrooffs area. Rent  $400 mon. Century 21 - Century  West Real Estate, 885-  2235. 229244  COAST  HOMES  wmmmmmmmmmamtmmmm  sKwu ��� wwuiarvn  OUR NEW LINE  IS ARRIVING SOON!  Come and talk to us about  mobile home.  Wharf Rd, Sechelt  COAST MOBILE  HOMES LTD.  885-9979  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  i  I  I  I  I  I  73 TOYOTA 4 dr. sedan, radio,  steel radial tires, auto. No  rust. Good cond. $1,700. Must  sell. 885-3730. 221645  NEW 1978 MBH Chassis 14'  aluminum Dodge van.  Deluxe cab, automatic, power  steering, brakes, insulated,  carpeted, shelving, running  boards. Cost $13,500 Now  $11,500. Ph. 3384526 Cour-  tenay. .   230244  1972 MONACO AIR, 360 auto, 4  dr., need a little work. $675.  Ph. 885-5340. 231744  , 1971 TORINO wagon 351 C  auto,  $700-on  new  parts.  $1750. Ph. 884-5340.       231844  WRECKING 1968 GMC % ton.  Call 885-3862. 232046  Motorcycles  SUNSHINE COAST  Homemakers service has a  vacancy for a field supervisor  November 1,1979. Applicants  should have professional  perparation in one of the  following: nursing, home  economics, social case work,  education, senior level  homemaker, successful applicant must have own vehicle  and must be able to work  independently in field and  willing to be responsible to the  supervisor and-or assistant  supervisor. Applicantions  accepted until October 5,1979  and should be forwarded to:  Box, 1069, Sechelt, B.C. V0N-  3A0. 229444  PHARMACIST     required.'.  Dispensing, possible  managerial duties. Salary  negotiable. Send complete  resume to: Dale Frier, Frier's.  Pharmacy, Box 250, Melfort,"  Sask: S0E1A0. 229844  WANTED immediately -  Forest Harvester operators,  Combine operators, class 3  truck drivers, maintenance  mechanic, warehousemen,  plant helpers, Leduc Alfalfa  Box 986, Leduc, Alberta. Ph.  403-986-2284. 230144  JOURNEYMAN or experienced machinists,  mechanics and welders.  Steady employment, lull  benefits. Contact Weldex  Machine Ltd., Lloydminster,  Alta. or phone (403) 875-  3303. 2303-44  LOOKING FOR truckers  interested in contract  Hauling of Hay B.C. and  Alberta. Phone 374-3991. 2304-  44  ��� .1-1   II.I, II��� I��� ��� ,       ���II..I.IWll*l..l��� lll���l   ������������������#'  FORESTRY technlcan. Rim  Forest Products requires a  forestry technician with experience in road and block  layout, cruising and various  other duties related to  forestry work. Must be in good  physical condition.  Preference given to B.C.I.T.  graduate or equivalent. Rate  of pay commensurate with  eperlence. Contact Rim  Forest Products Ltd., No. 20,  Powell Road, R.R. No.' 1,  South Hazelton, B.C. VOJ 1Y0.  Attention C.R. Henderson.  Phone 842-5266, 230645  RELIABLE daycare needed 3  days week, Gibsons. 2 year  old girl, pref. with other  children. Ph. 886-9111 days,  886-9378 eves. 232244  PART-TIME sales person  required for specialty store,  mature person, good appearance. Apply Box 620,  Gibsons. .      232344  For Rent  FOR RENT Wilson Creek  Community Hall and Scout  Hall. Call Mabel Dooley at 885-  0804. 3691-tf  GARDEN BAY waterfront, 3  , bdrm house, furnished,  ��� adults only. Ph. 985-8273. 2181-  44  EXECUTIVE typo 3 bdrm  panabodo home, all major  appliances. Full bsmt, 2  fireplaces, 2.2 ucres. $450 per  month. Ph. 085-5171.     218944  2,000 SoTFTTupper floor of-  flco. Rent ays ��t $480 per  mo. or wo will renovate to  suit. Heat & parking Included.  885-3224 for nppt. to view. 1603-  tfn  1% BEDROOM, view, lower  Gibsons area. Century 21 -  Century West Real Estate,  885-2235. 229344  3  BEDROOM   home,   West  Sechelt,  $290  per  month.  Immed. possession. Ph. 485-  5387. 192246  Wanted to Rent  RESPONSIBLE  family  of  four wishes to rent 1 - 3  bdrm home.  Langdale to  Sechelt. 884-5307 after 5  p.m. 219044  3 RESPONSIBLE adults with  31 ft. boat want 3 BR with  seaview or frontage, Sechelt-  Langdale area. Refs. avail.  No pets, no children, non-  smokers. Year round - or  winter months, approx. $300.  Ph. Barry 886-9883.      226346  OCT* 1, professional couple,  no   children,   2  bedroom.  Sechelt-Gibsons area  will  caretake. Ph. 885-2117. 229644  Real Estate  J PROPERTY j  PROPERTY  FOR SALE  1.8 acres located on Reed  Road. Close to all  amenities, water, hydro.  130' x 550'.  Residential building site.  Cameo subdivision.  Potential view, water,  hydro. 60' x 131'.  Both properties for sale  will build to suit.   ,  Phone 886-8071  WATERFRONT"!" Sunshine  Coast (Robts. Ck. area)  Browning Rd. 100 x 370. Very  private w-level entry  driveway off Browning Rd.  View from houseslte 2nd to  none. Water, hydro readily  avail. $79,500. Days 278-3888,  eves. 433-7228. 1955-tf  EXCEPTIONALLY fine view  lot  in  West  Sechelt.  On  sewer. Ph. 885-9796.     4724-tfn  SECLUDED    4.29    acres,  stream, large house, needs  work.  $60,000.   Ph.   885-9362  after 6 p.m. 220946  Mi ACRE corner lot, Redrooffs  and Evans Road, North of  Sechelt. Nicely treed, faces  south, serviced. $17000. Ph.  525-9104 Van. 227546  Bus. Opportunity  LUCRATIVE Restaurant  fully licensed 120 seat  dining. 25 scat holding bar.  Business licenses equipment  $75,000 low rent included  living quarters. Box 1264  Oliver, B.C. V0H1T0.   220944  MAKE MONEY In your spare  tlmo. Learn income tax  preparation. For free  brochure, no obligation, write  U & R Tax School, 1345  Pembina Hwy., Winnipeg,  Manitoba. R3T2B0.      230844  FOR SALE: Natural food  store in |he West Kootenays ���  with opportunity to expand  into Juice' bar restaurant.  Write c-o Custlcgur News,  Box 3007R, Castlegar, B.C.  V1N3H4. 230944  10 UNIT MOTEL and 7 suite  apartment  on   IH  acres  within city limits, Highway  proximately^ $220,000, ^78.000  down. Write Box 3007Q  Castlegar, B.C. V1N 3114. 2310-  44  '76 12 x 68 Highwood, fridge,  stove,   carpets,   drapes,  sundeck, skirted Bonniebrook  trailer Pk. $14,000.886-.  2740. 221545  GREAT VACATION or  retirement home! Bendix  Paramount 12' x 68' - 3 br.  Galley kitchen, fridge, stove,  oil heat. Immac. cond. Ready  to move in. Part furn. compl.  w. front and rear axles,  skirting, deck and oil tanks.  Selma Vista mobile pk. All  util. installed. Cablevision  avail, must sell. Asking  $15,000,885-3505. 221744  10' x 38' w. side room attached  10' x 16'. Very livable. Has to  be seen to be appreciated.  Offers to $6,000.886-9203. 2214-  45  Cars and Trucks  '66 PLYMOUTH station  wagon, $400. 883-2533 till 5:30  883-9933 aft. 6. 1680-tf  '71 GMC 6500 5 ton flatdeck. 90  pet. brakes, 9000 mi. 427 cu. in.  mtr, new Michelins on front,  $6,200 for quick sale. 885-2615.  1665-tfn,  1968 CHEV Vz ton pickup, good  overall cond., radio, neater,  etc. Many miles left on this ,  one. $1500 or W.H.Y. Also ,'68  Olds Cutlass, offers. Ph. 886-  2751. 214844   V   1977 DODGE van B200, % ton,  under coated, insulated and  panelled. H.D. shocks and  springs, battery and heater.  38,000 miles. $5800 o.b.o. Ph.  885-5643. 218544  1974 JEEP p.u. 4 x 4 Warne  Hubs, white spoke wheel,  tires, canopy. 46,000 mi. Exc.  cond. $4,500 obo. 885-9630 Res.,  88W162off. 219545  1975 CHEV Estate Wagon, air,  cruise,  tilt  wheel,  new  engine, no pollution 454, 9  Kassenger, new tires. A super  oliday wagon $4,500 obo. 885-  9630 res., 88W162 off.   219645  1968 CYCLONE GT, 428 Cobra  Jet, Mags, $4,000. Ph. 883-  9429. 226646  1967 MALIBU, 4 dr., 283" auto.  $700. Ph. 883-2364.      226746  1978 BRONCO Ranger XLT, 4  wheel drive, loaded, exc,  cond. Asking $7600. Ph. 886-  8071 after 5p.m. 227044  1975 FORD Maverick, 4 dr.  deluxe, 302 V-8, alrcond.,  new radlals- and exhaust,  Asking $3400. Ph. 886-8071  after 5 p.m, 227144  VROOM TOY, 1068 Cortina  GT, webers, cam, mags,  many, many extras. Goes like   on 25 mpg. Lots of fun  left in this machine for $1925.  Ph. 885-2383. 227446  1975 % TON Ford camper,  canopy, low mileage. Must  sell. Ph. 885-5094. 227844  STORp-FOIl^REN'T  ,,���,, MmmlMmJu .,.,���.. ,  CENTR6 OP SECHELT  (Cowrie Sl.j  88S-204S  Par Quick Remits  Use Times Adbrlef��� I  Mobile Homes  1976 HONDA 1255 Exc. cond.  w. extras. 2,800 miles, $750.  Ph. 885-3594. 220445  Rd. 400 Yamaha perfect cond.  $800. Take CB 125 trade. 883-  9361. .221245  HARLEY DAVIDSON, 80 cu.  in. Shovelhead Chopper.  $4,000. Ph. 483-9893.       192044  Boats ��r Engines  FOR SALE  Overhauled  360 Chrysler  Marine  Used  425 Olds Marine  883-2616  SELKIRK CHIMNEYS  and  WOOD HEATERS  MACLEODi, SECHELT  ,, 207941  INDIAN SWEATERS size XL  $95, size 12 $49, size 2 with  toque $45, and other. babies  and childrens sweaters. Phone  885-9080. 225545  2 TIRES; G-78xl5 with rims,  virtually new, used 3 weeks.  $50. Ph. 886-2668. 218444  ZENITH washer for sale, good  condition. Ph. 886-8287. 2186-  44  USED prehung doors with  hardware, 1965 & 1966 Lincoln,  pooltable. Ph. 885-2456. 218744  2x4's.   Radial   arm   saw,  AIRTITE HEATERS  Combination Furnaces  Wood Ranges  Visit  MACLEODS, SECHELT  220643  LET'S TRADE  APPLIANCES  ON NEW HOTPOINT  < AT MACLEODS,  SECHELT  4 YEAR OLD 40x20 boathouse,  built on cedar logs, 2x4  plywood construction, heavy  duroid roofing, walking area  inside and out. Will deliver to-  your location. $3500. Ph. 886-  2751.  ' 214744  12' LAPSTRAKE boat, cabin,  outboard controls, exc. sea  boat, $300. Ph. 886-2779.225944  25   FT.   BOAT,   VHP,   CB,  ���n����� recorder* depth sounder,  many extras. $10,000 obo. Ph.  324-9544. .      . 228046  HANDY MAN special, 18 ft.  sailboat    in    need    of  refinishing, $1500obo. Ph. 885-  9535 or 885-3860. 228246  Lost  WALKING CANE with silver  mounting on top, top of  Marlene Road and Hwy,  Roberts Creek. Family  keepsake. Reward. Bob Leask  885-3352. 226444  BUY, LEASE OR RENT  Record-a-Cal  Answerin&Device  J&C ELECTRONICS  Cowrie St., Sechelt  885-2568  1828-tfn  LADIES, Mens, Childrens,  Maternity Clothing, 'New &  Nearly New'. Encore  Boutique, 2445 Marine Dr., W.  Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon-Sat,  10-5; 1414 Lonsdale, N. Van.,  -980-8011. 4457-tf  2 CIRCULATING oil heaters.  2 Oil drums w. stand. Used  trim and sills. Wash basin w.  faucets,,.etc. 885-3309, ��� eves,  andnooru.i;: .    .^  222045  re���:.: ���... i.vjs  ��� ..,  Christian  Books  now  available at SOS  * Bibles  * Reference Books  * Children's &  *. General Interest*  Books  Livestock  HORSESHOEING.  Call Bob  Hopkins eves. 886-9470. 3300-  tfn  TWO PUREBRED Morgan  Fillies, Born 1979. Sire  Smokyfield. Weaning In Oct.  Asking $800 and $1100. Write  Hal-ter Morgans, Box 202  Terrace, B.C. V8G 4A6. Ph.  635-2118. 230744  Wanted to Buy  WE'LL MILL or purchase  your smaller logs. Small log  truck avail, for hauling.  Smallwood Resources, 88>  2455. lon-tfn  WOODEN frame windows, all  sizes       and       shapes,  reasonable. Ph. 886-2777. 2139-  44  WANTED - Used furniture.  Ph. 885-0785 between 6 and 8  p.m. except Sun. 218844  1 BABY GRAND piano. Call  Richard at 866-2888 between  noon and 5 p.m. 2119-tf  IX)GS OR TIMBER wanted,  fir,   hemlock   or  cedar.  Porpoise Bay Logging Ltd.  "        4485.U,  WRECKING B61 Mack 5 plus  4 Quadraplex 44,000 Axles 6  cylinder Thermodyne Volvo  B1800 Body-Chassis parts.  Lister SR 18 parts. Also  Generator. Tree Farmer-  Timberjack parts Phone 374-  1314 evenings. 223344  MUST SELL - 1974 Audi 100,       . . -������-  ���,   ���,  .   exc., cond., auto, PSr PB,   885:9408 or 885*2032.  air,   AM-FM,   tape   deck,  radlals,  studded  snows  on  rims,' reclining real leather  seats. $4700 obo. Ph. 885-  3437. 228340  197318 K 84 LAMPLIGHTER,  fridge, stove, drapes,  sundeck, storage room, fully  skirted, Sundance trailer  Court. $12,000 obo, Avail.  Immed. Ph. 885-2563.    228246  1908 CAMARO, auto, black on  black, new exhaust and ta's.  Ph. 883-2740 eves. 228448  1975   TRIUMPH   Spitfire,  26,000 miles, 7 radlals.  2,600. Ph. 883-2740 eves. 2285-  1974 COUGAR XR7, loaded.  $3800, Ph, 8854039.    228944  1076 RENAULT LE cor, 4 cyl.,  4 speed,  40  mpg,   radlals,  sunroof, radio; 20,000 miios,  exc. cond., $3750, 1977 Dodge  D100 pickup, V-8, auto, PS,  PB, radio, deluxe Interior,  extra snow tires, exc. cond.,  $4500. 1978 Jeep Wagoneer, 4  PS, PB, radio, custom interior, roof rack, trailer hitch,  18,000 miles, exc. cond., $9000.  Ph. 886-2355. 229544  WATERFRONT FARM,  preferably ln the Gulf of  Georgia or B.C. coast.  Require year round sheltered  moorage, southern exposure  and ample water. Must be ln  excess of 10 acres. Farm  preferred, but will consider  acreage that has farm  potential. Principal dealings  preferred. Bona fide private  buyer. Write: Box 151, c-o  BCYCNA, 808, 207 West  Hastings St., Vancouver, B.C.  V8B1H7. 224245  MOORCROFT pottery,  any  style. Ph. 886-9592 or leave  message at 080-2023.     231046  f-or Sale  WOdp AND ELEC, stove with  hot water Jacket, $75. Elec.  fireplace, $50 o.b.o. Ph. 885-  0693. 213544  FOR SALE  * 9' 1/2 HP Johnson OB.  Less than 50 hours. Freshwater 5 gal. tank,  * 26 It, EZ Loador boat,  trailer & winch.  * BSA Ma|estlc 30-06 w/3 x  scope,  * Cassetto  player /recorder,  * Now gqs tank lor P.U,  box, 100 U.S. gal.  * Tow bar lor front bumper  with 2M ball,  CAU  885*2692  I  IF YOU enjoy gardening, do It  year round, using an  aluminum and glass  greenhouse! Write for free  brochure to: B.C. Greenhouse  Builders, 7323 - 6th Street,  Burnaby;B.C.V3N3L2. 1006-  tm  Use Timet Adbrlef��� I  k  MUST SELL ~ "��lx pUce"  dining room suite, good cond.  Ph. 8804)703. 213744  GIRLS FIGURE skates, stee 2  and 3. Ph, 885-5039,    229044  FALL  CRAFT CLASSES  starting now at  DRIFTWOOD CRAFTS  Sunnycroit Ctntrr  Gibsons  Stain Glass  Flower Making  Beading  Christmas Crafts  Woodburnlng  Drop In and register  For Information  806-2525 %���  For Sale  GARAGE SALE, Sept. 29, end  of Curran Road, Halfmoon  Bay,12-4p,m. .       .232544  STEREO, 2 speakers AM-FM  cassette tape deck $150,  white night table $50, size 3  figure skates $25, everplay  drum and music rack $80.8'6"  white dresser $125, Zenith  sewing machine $50, misc.  hockey equipment, table saw,  %hp motor $100. Ph. 885-  9386. -, .225744  ^ * '-4     1  NEW. WINDOW glass and  frame 15% x 10%, '57 Chev  Vz ton PU, best offers as is. 1 .  set speakers $20. End table,  small green padded chair $15r  2 car seats $1 and $4, carriage  wheels for go cart. Ph. 885-  3104. 225844  MENS CCM ice skates, size  10, only worn once, new  $135, asking $75. Ph. 885-  3551. '226546  FRENCH Provincial satin  Damask chesterfield, good  cond. $275. Ph. 885-9219.227246  2-4 FT. DIAMETER wagon  wheels, $100 pr. obo. Ph. 883-  2320. '    228646.  ROOM DIVIDER book  shelves, $30; iron board,  $10; portable stereo. 4 spd;  World book year books '76-77.  Ph. 885-3943. 228746  LADIES' FINE leather coat,  new cond, full length with  quilted lining, charcoal, size  42, worth $250, will sell $100,  Ph. 886-7603. 228846  LUMBER: 2x4s -10 ft; 2x6s -  20 ft: 3x8s.-60ft:2xl0s-45  ft. Ph. 552-3328. 3460-tf  30 AMP Heathkit Stereo and  dual 1210 turntable.. $200.  883-9230. .   224745  OFFICE  EQUIPMENT  Sales, service,  rentals, all  types office equipment.  BEEBY OFFICE  EQUIPMENT  434-9144  Monthly service calls   227345  MASON   zig   zag   sewing  machine in cabinet in good  cond. $150. Ph. 886-7137.229144  2 STAINLESS steel R.H. 1%"  bore   3   blade   Osborne  propellers, 24 x 24. $200 each.  Ph. 885-9693. 229744  VOLKSWAGEN powered  mighty might portable  sawmill. .2% years*.,old,  recently overhauled, excellent  operatin&condition. Available  Oct. 1, $15,500. CEPA  sawmills, R.R. 1, Qualicum  Beach, B.C. V0R 2T0. Ph. 752-  9706. 230044  ATTENTION laridscapers  model 610 Bobcat 400 hours  with dirt bucket, 9" posthole  auger, flatdeck trailer,  $10,100,00. Larry Thompson,  Box 1755 Revelstoke, B.C. V0E  2S0. Ph. 837-3514. 230544  1972 CAT 14E Grader serial  No. 72G1268 power shift 14'  mould board 17.5 x 25 Michelin  tires. Ph. 256-7586.       231144  1977 D8K. 0 hours, c-w all  hydraulics and 3rd valve, no  dozer blade, 24" Salt undercarriage FOB Vancouver  $175,000. 1967 Madill 72', M-6  carrier. Madill winch, 235  Cummins, good operatingN  condition $31500, 1975 Clark  667 skidder, 18.4 x 34 new tires,  Cummins engine, Peace River  $29,500.1977 Cat 966C. Weldco  grapple, ROPS cab with extra  guards, 4 yard bucket, 23.5  deep lug - 90 per cent  remaining, Peace River  $115,000. Ph. 324-2446 or 985-  9759. 231244  GARAGE SALE, corner of  Norvan and Samron off  Mason Road, West Sechelt,  Sunday, Sept. 30, 1 p.m. - 6  p.m. Ph. 885-9050.        231444  SPANISH couch and chair,  excellent condition. Ph. 885-  5572 or 8854864. 231546  1972 DATSUN 1200, runs well,  needs much body work, $200  obo. Ph. 885-2472 after 6  p.m. 231940  STEEL FIREPLACE, glass  doors, 24 x 18 Interior, exc.  cond. $200. Ph. 885-9824.232146  Legal Notices  Wednesday, September 26,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageB-3  MINISTRY OF FORESTS  VANCOUVER FOREST  VANCOUVER FOREST  REGION  NOTICE OF STAND  TENDING  SEALED TENDERS for the  following Juvenile Spacing  contracts will be received by  the Regional Manager, British  Columbia Ministry of Forests,  355 Burrard Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6C 2H1, on the  date shown below:  (1) Contract ST 92G11 - 9 J.S.  Located Furry Creek Ranger .  District No. 6 Squamish On 20  Ha. Viewing date Tuesday,  October 2nd, 1979, leaving  Ranger Station at 08:00 a.m.  Note: Viewing of this site  prior to submitting a tender is  mandatory.  Deadline for receipt of Tenders is 15:30, October 11th,  1979.  (2) Contract St 92G14 - 7 J.S.  Located Mashiter Creek  Ranger District No. 6  Squamish. On 93.21 Ha.  Viewing date Tuesday, October 2nd, 1979, leaving  Ranger Station at 08:00 a.m.  Note: Viewing of this site  prior to submitting a tender is  mandatory.  Deadline for receipt of Tenders is 15:30, Octover 11th,  1979.  * (3) Contract ST 92G14 - 8 J.S.  Located Mashiter Creek  Ranger District No. 6  Squamish. On 67.85 Ha.  Viewing Date Tuesday, October 2nd, 1979, leaving  Ranger Station at 08:00 a.m.  Note: Viewing of this site  prior to submitting a tender is  mandatory.  Deadline for receipt of Tenders is 15:30, October 11th,  1979.  (4) Contract ST 92F9 -11 J.S.  Located Cook Bay - Texada  bland Ranger District No. 9 .  Powell River. On 13.3 Ha.  Viewing date Tuesday, October 2nd, 1979. leaving  Forestry Crew Office No. 3,  6243 Walnut Street, Powell  River, B.C. at 08:00 a.m.  Note: Viewing of this site  prior to submitting a tender is  mandatory.  Deadline for receipt of Tenders is 15:30, October 11th,  1979.  Tenders  may  be obtained  from the Forest Rangers  indicated or the Regional  Office.  This call for tender comes  under the Terms of the  Canada-British Columbia  Intensive Forest Management  Agreement. . ���.., ���  \. ''----Dated'Sept. 26,-1979-2269.  B.C. ASSESSMENT  AUTHORITY  NOTICE TO PROPERTY  OWNERS  A reminder is hereby tgiveri  that under Section 24 (4) of the  Assessment Act some advantages may be available to  those property owners who  have owned and occupied  their properties since prior to  January 1st, 1959. You are  asKea to contact your local  Area Assessor for further  information and to obtain the  prescribed application forms.  RAY WINTERBURN, AREA  ASSESSOR,  <    B.C. Assessment Authority,  Box 1220,  Sechelt, B.C.  VON3AO.  225245  G0OdTU4EJ*79  h.b. GORDON AGENCIES ltd.  30 Years ��� Cowrie St., Sechelt  COUNTRY CHARM  Two bedroom bungalow. Three room cottage.  Studio/workshop/carport, Over one acre and short level  wall* to the best beach ot Davis Bay. Phone now lor your  appointment fa see this Red and White Chormer. f P $69,000.  HALFMOON BAY  ���'frrrrw-"wtrr��itrtmt"lorr^  -bedroom home, heaillolor fireplace, faces west,and looks  out to Welcome Pass and Pirate Rock. FP $68,000.  ���it-  Days 889*01 j! JD>iN WILSON Evenings 888-9365      I  ���" "���������'II" iMftu'lllftl,  ��� ,!���      II II ill  I  Mill, |   II    J  BOX 100  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  883-2233  REALTY  LTD.  TOLL FREE FROM  ���'    VANCOUVER:  689-7623  Member of Multiple Listing Service  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR home,  built' 1976, ensuite, fireplace, double  carport, landscaped lot. Terrific buy at  the reduced price of $49,900.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 4 BR home with view  on landscaped lot. Large workshop &  equipment storage area in back. Ideal  location for builder/contractor. $69,500.  RONDEVIEW ROAD ��� 1250t sq. ft. 3  bdrm home-full basement, dble. carport,  large sundeck, built 1976. $65,000.  GIBSONS ��� 2 BR residence with one BR  suite on Hwy 101, adjacent to Seaview  Plaza. Good investment at $53,500.  FRONT ROAD - MADEIRA PARK ���  Partially furnished 3 bdrm 22' x 56'  Double wide and storage shed. Fairly  level lot, beautifully landscaped in lawn  shrubs, flowers, trees, & a vegetable  garden. Close to stores & marinas.  $49,900.  NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 BR home,  fireplace, sundeck, 3/4 acre lot on Hwy  101. Reduced to $33,000.  ii  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 12 x 44'  Glendale mobile home with 430 sq ft  addition. On 2/3�� acre lot. $28,500.  MADEIRA PARK - Nice 2 BDR home with  fireplace, basement and large sundeck.  Close to stores, etc, $42,500.  GULFVIEW   ROAD   ���   Madeira "Park"  fantastic view from this new home ��� 3  new appliances, fireplace. $82,500.  SINCLAIR BAY ROAD.��� 3 BR view home.  1656 sq.ft., built 1974. Dble. carport,  storage room, heated 34x20' swimming  pool. Large lot, level & fenced, with  large garden area. $130,000.  LILLIES (PAQ) LAKE ��� 3 BR home on 5��  acres. Fruit trees, garden. View over  lake. $77,500.  GARDEN BAY ��� 3 BR view home on  Claydon Rd. Full basement, separate  garage. Close to marina. $87,500  FRANCIS PENINSULA 3 bdrm split level,  fireplace, sundeck & carport. Located on  Rondeview Road $60,000.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR view  home, thermopane windows, fireplace,  w/w, 3 bathrooms. Easy walk to stores!  PO & marinas. $67,500.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 1280 sq ft home on  Wesjac Road. 3 BR  (one unfinished).  Citation kitchen, fireplace. Treed lot  garden. Close to marina. $48,500.  I  LOTS AND ACREAGE  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  LOW PRICED LOTS  MADEIRA PARK ��� sTors/serviced' with Hydro and water. ��� Wesjac Road - $6,700 &  $8,000. ��� Front Road ��� $8,500.  RONDEVIEWROAD���Serviced with hydro and water, $9,000 and $9,900.  SANDY HOOK ���view lot on Porpoise Drive. $8,000.  10. FRANCIS PENINSULA ~.1.8��acres,  corner of Warnock and Francis Peninsula  Roads. $17,500.  11. OLE'S COVE ��� 5 �� treed acres  located near Lord Jim's Lodge with  access to water. Well on property.  $35,000.  AGAMMEMNON CHANNEL ��� 40��.  acres with 1,600�� ft waterfront. Good  moorage in small bay with beach.  Westerly exposure creek. $160,000.  GARDEN BAY ��� 500 �� ft. waterfront in  a choice location with road access from  Garden Bay Estates. Approx. 3 1/2  acres, Could possibly be subdivided or  zoning would allow construction of 2  homes. This desirable property is an  excellent buy at $135,000,  EGMONT.-r- / acres with 540 ft low  bank waterfront. Site has been  ^prepared for possible use as a large  WF trailer-camper park & fishing  resort. This is an excellent property  adjoining, the Egmont Marina.  $180,000 ��� Owner will finance ot  bank interest rate.  i  MEADOWBROOK RANCH ��� Garden Bay  Road, 22�� acres with nice 2 BR home, 5  stall barn, riding ring, machinery shed,  year round stream, fruit trees. All In  pasture and fenced. $125,000.  2. SILVER SANDS���1.86acres with Gulf  view and furnished 10' x 50' Estavllla  mobile home and small cabin. $35,000.  3. SILVER SANDS ��� 1.64 acres with Gull  view and 12' x 60' furnished Bosse  Cascade mobile home, Ad|olns above  property, $40,000,  4. Near RUBY LAKE _ 8.39 acres on  Hwy 101. $25,000.  5. Near MADEIRA PARK ��� 15 acres,  2150d; ft on Hwy 101. $44,000.  6. GARDEN bAy LAKE ��� 3 semi-  lakefront acreages with nice view over  lake and southerly exposure.  3.92�� acres $20,000  6.83��. acres $20,000  3.79��. acres $17,000  7. WARNOCK ROAD - level lot. almost  ono aero. Good soil, soloctlvoly cloarod.  $24,1)00,  8. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� l2�� acros  with panoramic view ol Ponder Harbour.  12x20' cabin, concreto driveway.  $32,000,  9. EGMONT ���11* treed acres with  year round creek. Road access, $49,300,  LAKEFRONT PROPERTIES  LOTS  1. MADEIRA   PARK   -  $6,700 ��� $22,000.  serviced   lots.  2. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� serviced lots.  $9,000$24,000.  3. SANDY HOOK ��� view lot on Por-  poise Drive. $8,000,  4. BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� 1.5 acres,  treed, serviced. $25,000.  5. MOBILE HOME LOTS - 3 lots left. On  Cochrane Road, Francis Peninsula.  Water, some serviced with hydro,  $11,500-$! 3,250.  6. GARDEN BAY AREA ��� view lots, on  Garden Bay estates & Sinclair Rd.  $13,500-$2J,250.  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.  TROUT FARM ��� PENDER HARBOUR, Ready  lo go ��� raceways Installed to handle  160,000 trout, 95* acres land.  Provincial commercial trout farm  llconco. Water licence. Located on Hwy  101. across from Pander Harbour  Secondary School. $266,000,  SAKINAW LAKE��� A�� acres with 165��  ft. lakefront, Road access, westerly  exposure. $35,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 2,71 acros on Lagoon  Road with 200 �� It, Irontage on Paq  (Llllles) Lake, Partially developed 9 lot  subdivision, Priced to sell al $50,000.  '"    v.;-"-" I ,p:% .,;������"-��� ��� ,*  ������',i>.t' ��� ii)   ,������',. v    :.   i ',     ^ ��'������.*/  novo /���>*->",'*��a' %   :4t /J?'/'*- *>���*������  ** VTAa*\ "���*.'������ *->wlv  I  COMMERCIAL PROPER  3  f/arri  ' " . !*"*.  tAKf  /  v;  ���\!lP  AGAMMEMNON BA/ ��� l,800i: ft. of  waterfront on 42 �� acres with rood  access from Egmont Road, Older home &  year round creek, Beautiful view up  Jervls Inlet. Has been partially  devolopod for a 6 lot subdivision. Priced  reduced to $235,000.  OYSTER BAY ��� 37�� acres with 575�� ft.  low bank tidal waterfront. Access via old  logging road. $74,000,  WEST LAKE, NELSON ISLAND ��� 100��  acres, 4140:1: ft. choice lakefront.  IBOOi, ft. oceanfront on Vanguard Bay.  2 log cottages with fireplaces, 1 post &  beam cottage, Access by boat or float  �����>nrr-iplone. An excellent buy for $140,000.  WILLIAM ISLAND ��� Nice 2 1/2 �� acre  Island at entrance to Pender Harbour.  Piped water. $125,000.  EGMONT ��� 3,8dt acres with 550�� ft.  low bank waterfront. Float, launching  ramp. Whole property Is terraced and  levelled ready for development. Drilled  well. $165,000.  LOTS  SECRET COVE Lot A on Woscan Rd.  Stoop, but has good building silo 8,  sholiorod moorage. On sowor syslom.  $35,000,  FRANCIS PENINSULA 132 ll W/F In  Pondor Harbour. 1.0 acrus, doop  moorage, $50,000,  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 83 ft. W/F  (ad|olns above property). 1.22t acres.  Deop moorage, $36,500.  ST. VINCENT BAY ��� 400* ft waterfront,  5.97 acres, water access. $29,500,  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� Low bank lot with  sheltered moorage. Oarage, septic tank,  and driveway In. A good buy for  $43,000.  PENDER LAKES PROPERTIES  i       J      i   ''Vi ���<%���< y    ^ "V "WW  ' "    '   ���   it      ��� ������'" 'Vi "'     ���,-'..   ��� cm*. .      '���  tl     /A       } I \     ''".t't '���':* .ll'fl'"'  Choice lots still available In this desirable location.  Most have view & sunny southerly exposure.  One lakefront lot still available.  Paved road, water & hydro. M.L.S.  Priced from $10,000 to $37,500.  ./  U  9   3 9 9  8 fi-8 i  s-  MADEIRA PARK ��� I.OOOtsq. ft. bldg.  with   room   for   expansion.   Clothing  tKmnew^rftTh''VNMiMnemn^rfiVAOei'-'  (Or iMSlneM only,�� $32,000. plus stock.  ! . I  f,','  I    !   I   1   ���  I   .      At     ft     ,1  1'  60    I  ��  *���/��.,  o / ** ,.-.  #/_*:-'��}���,  yWf  fiAl'  PSNDBR    H��������M^  l.I  ~N  1  ....   ,       ,-f.  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  OLLJ or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233  i -r  PageB-4  Hie Peninsula limes  Wednesday, September 26,1979  885-3211  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  Post Office Box 1219, Sechelt ���  Doug Joyce     885*2761  Bob Bull 885-2503  Don Hadden  . 885-9504  a  REALTY LTD.  Jack Anderson 885-2053  Stan Anderson 885-2385  Vadim Kobasew   886-2355  684-8016  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  ROBERTS CREEK WATERFRONT  Unbeatable 125 tt ot beach with a house plus guest cottage. All landscaped and In  lawn. Blacktop driveway. Approximately 1/3 acre of land. South exposure. FP  $134,500. Stan.  SECHELT VILLAGE: $46,700,2 bedrooms up.  den- & extra bedroom down. Double  plumbing. Heatllator , fireplace' in large  living room & rec room. Stucco exterior.  Large lot within walking distance to schools  and shops. Easy terms. Call Jack.  FULL PRICE $41,900  3 bedroom, dbl plbg. Handy Sechelt locals.  Landscaped lot with U-driveway. This home  is only 3 years old, clean & bright. Real  value. Call Jack.  SARGEANT BAY ��� IMMACULATE  WATERFRONT PROPERTY: 1,232 sq. ft. home  ���on one level. CArp'ort and a,500 sq. -ft.  sundeck. 1.02 acres of land with approximately 86' of waterfront on Sargeant's  Bay. The lot is all landscaped with 2 outbuildings, municipal water plus a well for  garden sprinkling year round. Lot is all  usable. FP $89,900. To view call Stan.  CREEKSIDEHOME V    $68,500  On 6/10 acre with parklike setting,  towering trees & spacious, easy to maintain  level lawns. One year new expansive home  has two large bedrooms. Separate entrance  hall leads to a large living' room with  fireplace that invites gracious entertaining.  A 23x28' attached garage could be converted to an extra bedroom & family room.  An added plus is a 440' workshop with 3 pee  plumbing. Close to best sandy beach in  area.  BEAUTIFUL DAVIS BAY: 1300 sq. ft. of well  built 3 bdr. home. Large sundeck, 2  fireplaces and cement driveway. Excellent  family home with a spectacular view. FP  $64,900. See Doug.  SECHELT-SANDY HOOK $135,000  Waterfront ��� moor your sailboat at this  dock. Large cedar home with super sauna,  decks everywhere. Privacy and expansive  view. Phone Bob for a viewing. This is a  unique home.  SECHELT VILLAGE $63,500  Best view Lot on Sunshine Heights and  large too ��� 100 x 140' ��� over 1/3 acre.  This home is well insulated for winter and  has air conditioning throughout for those  hot summer days. Dbl carport, full bsmt,  landscaping ��� it goes on & on I This home  by Knight is worth viewing. Call Bob.  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY "$124~,<5o6  Sechelt Village. Fully rented, mostly "on  lease. Shows good return on investment.  Opportunity to invest in this growing  community. Details to bonaftde purchaser.  Doug.  ACREAGE  DAVIS BAY: If you have thought of building,  look at this one first ��� It has everything ���  dream kitchen, oversized bedrooms, large  living room, double carports and a 12 x 46.  sundeck with extravagant view. Save  yourself the building headaches ��� inspect  this one. Asking $97,500. See Doug.   .  WEST SECHELT $69,500  Good buy for size of Lot and development of  lower level of home. Newly completed  house with concrete drive and parking  areas. Room'on Lot to build swimming pool  or other use's. Landscaping [done complete  with lawns. Move in and enjoy. See with  Bob.  SECHELT: Family 4 bedroom home, 1,200 sq.  ft. two bathrooms, handy-kitchen with bar &  dishwasher, stove & fridge Included.  Heatllator brick fireplace in living room also  brick fireplace In family room., 600 sq. ft.  sundeck, drive-In carport. Landscaped  property with loads of trees & shrubs. A  : deluxe home that must be seen to be appreciated. Full price $65,900. Terms. Call  Jack.  WEST SECHELT $95,000  1,500 sq. ft. of excellent 3 bedroom family  home situated on a dead end street.  Beautiful view of Trail Islands. Double  garage and basement. Immediate  possession. Must be seen if you are looking  for a prestige home.  20 ems 10 and 8 pt.  WATERFRONT  LOTS  SECHELT VILLAGE: 5 acres measuring 330 x 660'. Will eventually  have a view. Close to the arena. Try your offer to $35,000.  VIEW ACREAGE ��� 5 acres in West Sechelt. Some view of the ocean..  Nicely treed. Good access. No logable timbers. F.P. $25,900.  WEST SECHELT ACREAGE ��� Goad investment for the patient. 200 x  ''1000 ft. of Highway frontage. Good-access and a small stream for  water. FP $22,900.  GIBSONS: The ultimate in waterfront ��� immaculate 2 BR home with  basement. Large vessel moorage right in front of the property. Your  own dock, total protection from all seas. Excellent commercial  potential. The lot alone is worth the price. $105,000. Call Bob for  appointment to view.  SECHELT ���SANDY HOOK $135,000  Waterfront -Moor your sailboat at this dock- Lprge cedar home with  super sauna, decks everywhere. Privacy & expensive view. Phone  Bob for a viewing. This is a unique home.  GIBSONS: LARGE, TREED, VEIW LOT: Selectively cleared ���  100x120' in secluded area of new homes. Mahan Rd. between  Grandview and Fairvlew. Ideal building site. FP $16,900. Call Jack.  LOTS  WEST SECHELT LOT: $16,900. Large creekside Lot on quiet cul de sac  gives privacy In parklike setting with many beautiful trees. Services  at road. Call Don.  PEBBLE CRESCENT LOT: Save some tree & have a garden on this  level lot. Easy walking distance to all shops. Price now only  $13,500. Call Don.        GIBSONS ��� 2 sewered building lots within walking distance of  Village amenities. Close to launching ramp. Builders terms offered.  $12,500 and $14,500.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS��� $10,000. Extra large building lot in area of  new homes. All services including paved roads. Call Doug.  HOPKINS LANDING. View lot close'to ferry"���area of new homes  priced to sell at $13,000. Call Bot>.     "  '*"'   "'  ' "7"5  AFINE ACREAGE: $35,250 full price ��� Sechelt Village. Just under 5  acres with an attractive view and lots of garden soil. Treed property  with a developed well and good road access. Partly cleared. Call  Stan.  WEST SECHELT: FARMLAND  Opportunity to start a small farm or nursery on 21 + acres. This land  has road, power, water and privacy. One of a kind, waiting for your  plans. F.P. $80,000. To view call Bob.  EGMONT WATERFRONT!: Excellent investment opportunity, Close  to 560 of waterfront with 5 acres & a 5 yr old double wide home.  Asking $85,000 with 1/2 dn. All offer* & trades will be considered.  ROBERTS CREEK $16,000 ea.  Country Lots ��� 3 to choose from. These Lots are 1 /2 acre or over,  close to school, store, golf course and beach access. Call Bob.  1  EGMONT WATERFRONT AGE: Over 20 acres with approx 1000' of  waterfront; Could be an excellent investment, Vendor offers terms  wtth $50,000 dn. Consideration given to trades.  REDROOFFS: 2 side by side view lots, each 1.18 acres with 100 feet  road frontage. Excellent buys at full price. $22,000 each.  SECHELT VILLAGE ��� Lot 6, selectively cleared leaving some trees.  View of the ocean & Within walking distance to shopping. Sewered  this year. Asking $13,500.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS: Inlet view lot 50 x 120 x 90. Close to marine.  Asking $13,500. Call Don.  SECHELT VILLAGE: Sunshine Heights Lot 67 x 125' in a district  containing some fine new homes. Level and easy to clear. All  services. $2,000 down and easy monthly payments. FP $ 10,900.  SANDY HOOK: Spectacular view Lot in quiet residential area, 55 x  163' zoned Rll. Mobile homes permitted. Asking $10,500.  15.5 ACRES WATERFRONT BETWEEN POWELL RIVER and LUND. 390  feet ocean frontage. Cobln and well on property. Excellent investment. $150,000. See Vadim.  CLEARED, LEVEL LOT: Sechelt Village ��� 62.5 x 120'. Ready for  building: Owner will trade as part down payment on home. Value  $12,500.  COOPER RD: Lot 80x263', treed, level. Services along paved road.  Reduced to $9,500. Call Don,  BUSINESS BLOCK  GIFT SHOP ��� Good revenue producer In an excellent location with  room for expansion. Good variety of merchandise. Call Stan Anderson. '   SEMI RETIREMENT BUSINESS OOINO CONCIRN $74,800 PULL PRICI  TWO LAUNDROMAT LOCATIONS. TERMS ��� TRADI  Both of these sites are jdeal for year-round steady trade. 14 washer  dryers In one location. 7 dryers and 14 washers In 2nd location, All  equipment in top condition. Stores are clean and newly decorated.  Gross revenue approx $2,800 per month, For further information  call J. Anderson 885-2033 Vane 684-0016  SECLUDED WATERFRONT ACREAGE ��� Do you want a q'ulet  waterfront retreat with no roads or cars? We have a few parcels of  evergreen forest, 5 to 10 acres each. Minimum of 250 feet of ;  waterfront and stream thru most lots. Located 22 miles of Sechelt by  water or air only, Fly In with Tyee Airways Ltd. from Vancouver or  Sechejt, or use your own boat. Call Don.  SELMA PARK VIEW LOT: Extra large 90 x 179' lot, corner location,  easy access. Excellent view of Troll Island. FP $15,500.  1/2 ACRE CORNER LOT: Level, paved roads, easily cleared. Suitable  for mobile homes, Redrooffs Area. Try your offer to $ 13,000.  GIBSONS: $16,500 full price ��� Small 3 room cabin on large Sea  View lot, landscaped, fruit trees, sewer and water. Close to boat  launch and beach. Ideal location for boat owner who does not own a  car.  LOON LAKE WATERFRONT ��� 2 bedroom cottage on 100' waterfront. Plus cement block boathouse. Guett room. Sundeck. Property  nicely treed, Cottage has L.R. Kitchen Combo, 2 bedrooms, screened  In sun porch, shower. Good hunting and fishing. Firm price $39,000.  DAVIS BAY: $19,900 full price. 90' frontage on paved dead end  street, Underground telephone & cablevision. Large view ��� a one  of a kind. See Doug.  SECHELT VILLAGE  Only available duplex lot In Village of Sechelt. Cleared and on  sewer. Build now or hold lor potential service Industrial use,  $20,000. Call Bob.  CHASTER ROAD; $9,900 -Good, level lot 67' x 123', close to school  and all local services, on paved road. Call Don.  MEDUSA STREET  large level treed lot on quiet street, close to Post Office. Leave your  car at home and walk to all shops, Full price $14,500. Call Don.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� $16,000 each ��� 4 large country lots In the heart'  of Roberts Creek. Private yet close to school, beach, store and golf  course. A great place to live for all ages. Take your pick.  fi  PLAN  4  00 00  iro'  40'  *0 10       >  REDROOFFS  ESTATES  LTD.  ��.'"' /  FAWN ROAD LOTS  ,//  ii i Pv  N     -i  tV.  Wednesday, September 26,1979  The Peninsula Times PageB-5  The new season started off  in first-class style last Monday when over twenty of our  members met In "Our Hall"  fot carpet bowling and were  trundling the bowls just as  though there had not been a  summer recess. It promises to  be another fine season for  undoubtedly the numbers will  grow as the gardens are put to  rest. . ,. - ,0/\,  We met on Thursday, Sept.  20ttv for our regular business  meeting of the month with  over 70 members present and  W. Scott in the chair. Before  prdceding with the meeting  we observed a momerit of  silence honoring ,.'those  members who had passed on  during the Summer,'Alec  Simpkins and > Mrs.  Postlewhaite. ���<-  Birthdays and Anniversaries were announced  and then we heard the reading  of the minutes of our. last  meetings and of the Executive  Meeting held at the beginning  of the month.        *'  Out of these minutes came  the matter of the Christmas  Dinner to be December 13.  The cost to the members will,  be |2.75 with the Branch  absorbing the balance of the  cost. The membership list will  be closed as of Oct. 31, so that  if you have not already paid  your current dues and would  like to enjoy this always ex-  . cellent repast, it would be  smart to get in good standing.  A time for  gratitude  No one can believe in God  without finding that it is good  to thank Him with grateful  heartandvoice. The Psalmist .  sang, "Thou openest thine  hand, and satisflest the desire  of every living thing" (Psalm  145:16). When one begins to  discover what wonderful  things God has done, gratitude  becomes natural.  During the Thirty Years  War the walled town of  Eilenburg, Germany, was  beseiged, overcrowded with  refugees, riddled by plague,  and attacked by famine. In  spite of this, Martin Rinkart,  who was archdeacon and the  ionly pastor in th*s town^for '-  some time, was able to write a  hymn, a translation of which -  has been adapted for the  Christian Science Hymnal and  opens with these Lines (NO^  199):  Now thank we all our God.  With grateful hearts and  voices  Who wondrous things hath  done, In whom the world  rejoices.  These strong, honest words  sound as if the clergyman  lived in peaceful serenity.  Actually, most of his days  were spent amid the  calamities of war.  A grateful heart, as well as  a grateful voice, is not a  matter of burdensome duty or  of ritual. It is a joyous, secret  treasure. It is something  which is sometimes difficult to  explain to others, and it is  most difficult to explain to the  person who sighs and says,  "Yes, I should like to be  grateful, but I have nothing to  be grateful fori"  Christ Jesus taught and  practiced gratitude, Before  raising Lazarus from death,  he said (John 11:41, 42):  "Father, I thank thee that  thou hast heard me, And I  knew that thou nearest me  always." The Master healed  the sick, fed the multitude,  raised the dead, by first being  grateful.  Gratitude is important to  the Christian Scientist. He  learns not to wait until  conditions are just to his liking  before he Is grateful. He finds  the greatest reason for  gratitude Is the understanding  that God Js,good; thatiila  creation is good; and that  man, created in His image  and likeness, must be good.  No brutal circumstance can  change God's creation. No  long, sad history of wrong can  deface His universe. The  Scientist learns to seek and  find, even In trouble, the  healing fountain of gratitude,  and he finds It ln the closest  place possible ��� his own  thinking.  Trouble is often the  doorway through which we  step to find gratitude. Mary  Baker Eddy, who discovered  and founded Christian  Science, wrltea Ln "Tho Flrut  Church of Christ, Scientist,  and Miscellany" (pp. 149,  150), "Remember, thou canst  be brought Into no condition,  be it ever so severe, where  Love has not been before thee  and where Its tender lesson ln  not awaiting thee."  , Reprinted from THE  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  MONITOR.  1 We have ��Vial of Life' kits,  on hand and the excellent idea  was put forward that it might  be smart to carry an extra kit  in the glove compartment of  our cars. The cost will be very  small.  . Jack McLeod was honored  as Citizen of the Year for 1980  and then donned his more  mundane cloak as Convenor  for the Fall Plant Sale to take  place this coming Saturday,  Sept. 29 at 11 a.m. Jack asked  for, , and readily found  volunteers for the setting up of  tables the night before and  during the time of the sale.  There will be refreshments  available during the sale.  Bob Foxall had received a  call from Eva Hayward who  had reported that Dave  Hayward was recovering  nicely and that he expected to  be back in Sechelt in a few  days and would attend at the.  Hall at 11 a.m. on Sept. 27 for  the purpose of making  bookings for the Reno Trip  and also for the Cpquitlam  Trip at a date hi October to be  announced shortly after his  . return. Dave also asked me to  appeal for Plant Pots to  replace those we will lose at  the Plant Sale. These may be  left at the Hall or at your  reporters residence, or at  Dave's home after his return.  Jack Busshell announced that  the Wednesday Afternoon  Dancing sessions would  resume Wed. Oct 23td. Jack  also agreed to continue as  Chairman of the nominations  and prepare a slate of Officers  to be placed before the Oc  tober meeting , with the  Election of Officers being held  in November.  Bert Sherlock was asked to  secure quotations and purchase a new and larger  refrigerator for the Kitchen.  President Bill then called  and introduced our present  Citizen of the Year Marie  Montgomery who reported on  the progress toward the  formation of an Intermediate  care unit in the District. It had  taken 7 months to organize  and incorporate this body but  it was now a reality and would  hold its first Annual Meeting  at the Elementary School in  Mr. Hercus' room on Oct. 4 at  7:30 p.m. and asked for a good  turn-out at that meeting.  Participation was required.  We believe you will get strong  support, Marie.  Before refreshments were  served Jack Eldred proceeded  with the Draw for the Shop-  Easy . certificates. The  following were the lucky  names drawn. Absent: Ken  Wright, Ben Firth, Helen  Talbot and Hugh Duff.  Present: -'_, ;* ' -  C. Lucken, Ellen 'Berg,  Grace Bonlri and Ed Yarrow.  Next meeting will be held  Oct. 18th with the Executive  meeting being held on  Tuesday, Oct. 2 at 10 a.m.  Now with the Editor's kind  permission I would like to give  a message on one of my  favorite subjects. Senior  Curling. The latest news is  that the first session will be  held in Sechelt on Oct. 16th.  There will be an  organizational meeting some  day before that date. We will  try to have the information for  you very shortly either  through this column or via a  phone call from your last  year's skip.  St  FLORON  AGENCIES LTD.  95  Real Estate & Insurance  Box 238,1589 Marine Drive, Gibsons  886-2248  GIBSONS ��� Two bdrm cottage in lower village, on sewer, close to  shopping; older type house, ideal as starter. Priced at only $28,500.  o. IIbD   rvDC C f'  tr ;���".-  o?  .1 '���*$�����.>  , til ,����,   ^ L-*0'.t  /    CKi,    [vlitti.n.  ^.l.Ji��        . ."  GIBSONS ��� 3 bdrm post and beam with carport; 2 baths; master bdrm  ensuite. Fireplace, open area living and dining rooms; new w/w in living  area; beautiful well-planned kitchen, also two rec rooms downstairs.  Large level lot 127 x 225 with good garden soil. Asking $69,000.  GIBSONS ��� Bay area, close to beach, stores at|d P.O. Attractive 3 bdrm  home on extra large lot with good vegetable garden. Home is conveniently designed with large Rec Room, utility, workshop and spare  room in basement. $62,000.  4. ^  ROBERTS CREEK ��� U|^JriSdern luxurious wft. home with 3,000 sq. ft of  living space; designator modern executive br anyone wishing to entertain etc. Main rooms open onto patio sundeck with complete view of  Georgia Strait. Large attractive garden completely private; low approach  to beach, guest cottage and many other extras. Ask for further details of  this choice property.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 3 bdrm home on Lower Road; full basement with a/o  heat; large lot 110 x 145' has some fruit trees, space for garden, House  has FP In living room and sundeck for summer leisure. Priced at $42,000.  SECHELT ���.2 bdrm mobile home with large LR. Large rec room, sundeck  and storage has been added. In first class condition with W/W  throughout. Priced at $24,000. J. Black.  LOTS  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS -~ Sechelt, 7 1/2 acres approx. Serviced view  property, approved In principle for a 26 lot subdivision; plans and details  with listing service. This l�� very good view property and has access to  marina In P'bipbise'IBay.''^.P!''$66,000.  GRANTHAMS��� Lot on Reed Road, 48' x 168', good Investment, potential  view; asking $8,750.  ROSAMUND ROAD ��� Three lots cleared, ready to build; suitable for  trailer or mobile; only $10,500 each.  GIBSONS ��� Level cleared lot In Gibsons Village on sewer and water. 62'  x 182*. Inquire for details.  WHARF ROAD ��� Langdale, good retirement area; lot 65' x 193'. Try your  offer. i  Other lots In Village and also In rural area*.  EwntngsCaHr-ton McSaYaney, 885-3339;  timiT^^   John Black, 886-7316;  SUNNYCREST  SHOPPING  CENTRE  886"2277     \S AND ^HO DEVELOPMENT LTD  cQ R.R. 2-Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  F&B-^r CONVEYANCING^REAL ESTATE CONSULTING*APPRAISALS.NOTARY PUBLIC **.  SS��S^ HOMES  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE      ���  682-1513  CEMETERY RD: 2 1/2 acre hobby farm with  view of Georgia Strait less than one mile to  schools and shopping with lots of country  charm. Nearly 1200 square feet log home  with shake roof. Three bedrooms, vl 1/2  bathrooms, floor to calling cut rock  fireplace in llvingroom. Built-in dishwasher,  oyen and range in large kitchen. An ideal  family home. On the terraced hillside are 4  corrals, large pasture area, riding ring plus  30 x 50 solid 2 x 4 barn with 6 self-watering  tie stalls, 4 -10 x 10 box stalls and 10 x 10  tack room. Many extras. $69,900.  CHAMBERLIN RD: Very attractive panabode  pn 3 1/2 acres. House is bright with large  windows and has a large cobblestone  fireplace. Acreage is mostly in grass and  trees. Very private and peaceful. A nice  studio for hobbles and large sauna in the  garden complete this .tranquil setting.  $79,900.  SANDY HOOK ��� CORACLE DR: WATER-  FRONT RECREATIONAL. Do you want a  summer cottage on approximately 80' of  sandy beach waterfront with an unbelievable view? Do you want a private  place to go on winter weekends |ust to sit  around the fire and relax? How about  running water, electric service but complete  hidden in the trees privacy? This little  cottage has all this and more. Phone for  viewing anytime. $54,900.  SOUTH FLETCHER: Three bedroom family  home. Large kitchen, llvingroom with  fireplace. On view lot in Gibsons Village.  $38,500.  MANATEE RD: Roberts Creek. Excellent  starter or retirement home in quiet area  only a block to super beach. Very nice two  bedroom home. Fireplace and on large lot.  Prices are going up, this is an excellent buy.  $41,000.  CEDAR GROVE ROAD: Three bedroom log  house of 980 square feet. Large kitchen,  fireplace, wood and oil furnace. On well but  ��� could be hooked up-to regional water. Lot  size is 80 x 160. Make an offer.  1103 FRANKLIN: Large family home in  beautiful area. Stone fireplace in  llvingroom. Level nicely landscaped lot.  Southern exposure, close to Pebble Beach.  Post Office and shopping. Fridge, stove and  dishwasher included. $49,500.  GRANTHAMS: Unobstructed million dollar  view from this well maintained two  bedroom home. Has in-law suite in  basement. Located on Elphinstone, with  sign on. Phone to view. $49,500.  1278 HEADLANDS: Beautiful starter or  retirement home in bluff area. Close to boat  .launch, shopping, P.O. and marina.  Georgeods view of Gibsons and harbour.  All services. Wall to wall carpeting, and  appliances included. Vendor may carry'  agreement for sale to qualified purchaser.  Phone to view. $32,500.  TUWANEK: Large lot with 100' of waterfront. Tremendous view. Lovely one  bedroom home with large surjdeck and  workshop in basement. Can be added on to.  Easy steps to new float. Situated in bay with  deep water mooring. $67,500.  GRANTHAMS: Beach house located at  Granthams on a sandy beach with good  summer moorage in front. House has three  bedrooms, large kitchen, llvingroom and  full bath. Just pay $33,000.00 and assume  lease.. $33,000.  WHITAKER RD: Custom built ocean view  home in the most beautiful area of the  Sunshine Coast. One block to sandy beach,  Davis Bay dock, store, church, day care  centre and school. Three bedrooms upstairs  with ensuite off master. Expensive cedar  finish in dining room and llvingroom.  Fireplace. Completely finished basement  with livingroom, .bedroom, kitchen and 4  piece bathroom. Single car garage, cement  drive and front nicely landscaped. $64,500.  1286 HEADLANDS: This three bedroom  home is attractively situated at the base of  the Bluff and close to the boat launching  ramp. Great livingroom for entertainment,  16 x 25. Also has 10 1/4 mortgage.  $42,900.  1597 SARGENT ROAD: Absolute privacy in  your own large beautifully landscaped back  yard with fruit trees, spectacular view of the  ocean from the front. All this right in the  heart of Gibsons. Close to schools, shopping, etc. Immaculate three bedroom well  built home with 1/2 basement, fireplace  and sundeck. Priced to sell. $58,000.  , 1.760 SCHOOL RD: Cozy, comfortable four  ' bedroom older home on large lot conveniently located between upper and lower  Gibsons. Several fruit trees. Zoned for  multiple dwelling. Excellent starter home  and a good investment and holding  property.'$31,500.  LOTS  PRATT ROAD: Approximately 110 x 200 this nicely treed  1/2 acre has many choice building sites with some view  of Georgia Strait. Zoned for 2 single family dwellings.  Take a look at this dream lot with a realistic price.  $18,900.  LANGDALE RIDGE: Lot 8, Davidson Road. Bargain price on  this lot amongst attractive new homes on quiet cul-de-  sac. $8,950.  SANDY HOOK ROAD: Sechelt Inlet Estates. Excellent  building lot with water, hydro and telephone to lot. A  spectacular view of Porpoise Bay and only 4 1/2 miles  from Sechelt. $8,900.  TRAIL ISLANDS: Large waterfront lot with small cove for  moorage. Beautiful view on three sides. Excellent fishing  spot on your doorstep. Call and let us show'you this  waterfront retreat. $17,900. .  15.. . {���'���> ,.     '     ,  UPLANDS ROAD: Tuwanek. Ideal recreation lot in  beautifully wooded and park like setting. Zoned for  trailers. This lot overlooks Sechelt Inlet and the Lamb  Island. $8,900.  McCULLOUGH ROAD: Wilson Creek. Close to one acre of .  treed property with subdivision possibilities. $22,500.  COMMERCIAL WATERFRONT: Gibsons. With waterfront  as scarce as it is the double use of this lot represents real  value. $33,000.  SANDY HOOK ROAD: Three ideal building lots In  beautifully wooded and park like setting. These view lots  overlook Porpoise Bay and Sechelt Inlet. Water, hydro  and paved roads in good quality sub-division. Vendor may  carry Agreement for Sale. $10,000 Each.  SCHOOL ROAD: Three view lots 73 x 110. On sewer.  Three blocks from schools and shopping centre. Cleared  for building. $16,000. Each.  SMITH ROAD: Cleared view lot close to ferry terminal and  ocean view. Triangular shaped lot with good building site.  $14,000.  COCHRANE ROAD: Good building lot 65 x 130. Close to  shopping and the ocean. Sewer easement of 10' on s.e.  side of the lot. $12,500.  POPULAR LANE: Beautiful flat building lot with view of  North Shore Mountains. Located on the end of a quiet cul-  de-sac only one block to Sunnycrest Shopping Centre and  schools. All services including sewer. Adjacent to grass  playing field. $16,900.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS: Beautiful view lot. $11,500.  GOWER POINT ROAD: Large view lot. Has been cleared  at one time. Power and water at front of lot. $16,500.  GRANTHAMS LANDING: Private setting with concrete  driveway to building site. Panoramic view of Howe Sound  Islands and North Shore Mountains. You can hear the  Waves as you watch them lap up on the shore. Building  Site-is cleared and ready-to*-go. $16,900:  GOWER & MABEL RD: Large semi waterfront view lot in  quiet rural area. Short walk to the beach. In Cedar Grove  School district. Ideal for housing or a hedge against inflation. Buy and invest now. $19,900.  ��� \  SCHOOL & WYNGART: Duplex zoned lot overlooking the  bay and harbour of Gibsons Village. Close to schools and  shopping. $16,500.  LANGDALE RIDGE SUB-DIVISION: Fantastic view lots. An  area of new and varied homes. These lots offer themselves to many different building locations. En|oy privacy  and the view of Howe Sound. Priced from $14,900.  BONNIEBROOK SUBDIVISION: Extra large view lots In  quiet cul-de-sac. AH services, easy cartop boat launching.  Only one block from the beach and Chaster Park. Priced  from $14,900,  SUNNYSIDE SUBDIVISION: Large lots, most 100' frontage  with 150 depth, in quiet rural setting. All lots nicely treed  with southern exposure. 1 1/2 blocks to schoels and  shopping centre. Priced from $13,900.  HOPKINS LANDING WATERFRONT: Excellent business Investment on tha Sunshine  Coast. This grocery and sundry store Is  located In the heart of Hopkins Landing, |ust  minutes to the Langdale terry. Ideally  situated on 90 feet of level, walk-out  WATERFRONTAGE, being the only com-  mercallly zoned property in this area, tha  land Itself is extremely valuable. Aside  \j from store profits there Is additional  | revenue from other sources, such as  collection of wharfinger fees from the  * government wharf ad|olnlng this property,  plus post office and an upstairs revenue  suite. This Is an Ideal husband-wife  situation. Always wanted to be your own  boss, then don't miss this opportunity.  1 HIGHWAY 101: Large lot 82 feet on Highway 101 and 271 feet on School Road. This  CDA zoned could be commercial, Prime  opportunity to develop. $45,000.  WINN RD: Four-plex'. Positive cash flow with  eleven thousand dollars revenue per year.  To- units contain five bedrooms with, one  and a half bathrooms. Lower suites are  large two bedroom units. Low maintenance  ana good return make this an excellent  Investment value. Close to all the  amenities.   Financing  available.   $86,900.  COMMERCIAL REVENUE  FAIRVIEW RD: Revenue. Duplex on a 1/2  acre lot represents the Ideal investment  property. There are 1232 square feet In  both of these side by side units. Features  are post and beam construction with  feature wall fireplace and sundecks. There  Is appeal to separate rental markets with a  two and a three bedroom suite. Assumption  of present mortgage makes purchase very  easy and a yearly Income of over $7,000  makes this property hard to beat. $78,500.  PORT MELLON HIGHWAY S DUNHAM  ROAD: This beautiful triplex has been  completely renovated from the ground up.  An ideal investment with three large three  bedroom suites with electric fireplaces In  each. All suites are beautifully finished and  many extras Including all new landscaping  make these suites very rentable at $300.00  per month. Mountain and ocean view. Highway access, $140,000.  GOWER POiVlT TSTEWART W; Duplex on  corner of Gower Point and Stewart Road.  Both sides have large kitchens and large  llvingroom with fireplaces. One has one  bedroom and the other three, Extra large  view lot with brook, Village location near  boat launching, tennis, post office and  shopping, $52,500.  HWY 101 GIBSONS: Fully rented nine unit  apartment block with over $18,000.00  yearly revenue, Very neat and clean  building In prime location close to schools  and shopping. Excellent rental history.  Nearly 1/2 acre of property with paved  parking lot. This high cash flow building  produces excellent investment value.  Contact Jon McRae, 885-3670 for details.  $149,000.  ROSAMUND RD: Two duplexes of approximately 1000 squaro feet each. Two  suites currently rented at approximately  $150 each. Potential for higher rent. Large  lots. Ideal Investment priced to sell. Make  an offer, $34,900 each,  WYNGART RD: Ideal Invostment. Large  duplex In village. Excellent condition, good  rents/large rooms, full basemanti In Mich.  Added features for your tenants Include  sundecks, combined with breathtaking  view. Large lot with private backyard,  landscaped with large cedars, Quiet area.  Quiet street, Looking for a good Investment? Vendor may consider terms.  Phone for appointment anytime. $67,900.  JlfifiEAfiE /  STEWART RD; Three private acres in quiet area with nice  evergreens. Gibsons Creek goes through back of  property. Close to village amenities, $29,900,  GAMBIER ISLAND: 8,2 WATERFRONT acres on Gambler  Island, 270' on waterfront x 1230. Approximately 2 acres  cleared + 6 acres tall timber. Secluded bay with 2 year  old wharf, ramp and float approximately 40 x 13. Sflndy  beach, stream and pool then property, Water, power, and  telephone In, Approximately 800 sq, ft, cabin y��1 to be  finished, 200 degree west-south-west view, 273' supply  train to cabin. Meal recreational and Investment.  $125,000,  NORTH ROAD: 3,4 park like acres. Access from side road  will secure privacy, Nicely treed. Close to the village,  $29,000.  SCHOOL RD: 1,36 acres ad|acent to the elementary  school. Could be subdivided to lots, On sewer and all  services. $58,900.  HWY 1011 Approximately 16 acres, 2nd growth trees,  level, great for hobby farm, Close to Gibsons. Good  holding property and priced at only $4,000 per acre. See  this now, Large acreages are getting scare, $64,0Q0,  LORRIEGIRARD   JONMcRAE   ANNE GURNEY  MM760        M5.3670       896-2164  ARNE PETTERSEN   MYVlSSER   DAVE ROBERTS   STEVE SAWYER  896-9793 881-3300       886*040        ,985-2691 Page B-6 The Peninsula Times       September 26,1979  Pender Harbour Aux.  It was a beautiful late  summer day on Wednesday,  Sept. 12, when ladies of the  Pender Harbour Auxiliary to  St. Mary's Hospital met. The  vice-president Clara Lee was  in the chair,  A report on the Auxiliary's  Annual Pish Derby, held on  August 4-5 was read by J.  Paterson. The Derby was a  success and all who helped to  make it so are sincerely  thanked. In the report on the  Derby submitted to the local  papers, it was stated that J.  Finnie of Sechelt had won a  draw prize. This was an error.  Dr. Ferrer was the winner.  Members are reminded of  the Lower Mainland Area  Meeting, to be held on October  10 at the Villa Motor Inn in  Burnaby. The deadline for a  decision to attend is October l.  Members should phone  President Jean Prest, or Peg  Riley, if they plan to attend.  Area meetings are interesting  and informative.  Members are also invited  to the official opening of the  new area, at  St.  Mary's  Hospital on September 22 at' 2  p.m.  Committee reports were  given. The Mini-thrift Shop is  doing well and is always in  need of donated items. A vote  of thanks was made to Gladys  Brown for her untiring zeal in  operating the Mini-thrift Shop.  Many beautiful knitted  items were handed in for the  Gift Shop at the Hospital.  Contact Al Whittle if yarn is  needed.  The Pender Harbour  Ambulance Society is to be  invited to the next meeting to  tell members about the ambulance service.  Oh October 27 the  Auxiliary is holding a Tea and  Bake Sale in the Hall at St.  Andrews Church, from 2 to 4  p.m. More about this event  will be published later,  Members were happy to  congratulate Win Course. She  and her husband were  celebrating their 57th wedding  anniversary on our meeting  day.  The meeting ended with  the serving of tea.  Women's Aglow  By PHILLE DORST  It was a beautiful sunny  Indian summer day that  welcomed the meeting of the  Womens Aglow on September  18 at Harmony Hall. The,  ladies enjoyed a delicious cold  plate lunch that was  graciously provided by some  of the ladies. It was wonderful  to see so many new faces and  it was especially nice to  welcome some ladies who-  came all the way from  Sechelt.  Our guest speaker was  Mrs. Edith Simmons of the  Salvation Army. What a  blessing to have Mrs. Sim:  mons speak to us! She shared  a little of her background and  some of the ways the Lord has  directed her in her life. It is  wonderful to hear how the  Lord will provide for our  needs if we believe that He  will!!! And it's true, He does!!  We also enjoyed another  visit from Marjorie Pope of  North Vancouver and Dale  Fraser sang a beautiful solo of  ��� "Great Is Thy Faithfulness".  We thank the Lord for  these lovely women who share  their talents and themselves  with us. We pray that the Lord  will bless each one of them in  a very special way.  The next meeting of the  Women's Aglow will be on  October 16 at 11:30 a.m. in  Harmony Hall, Gibsons. Elsie  Sperling of the Mainland Area  Board will be with us to  celebrate the First Anniversary of  the Women's  Aglow in Gibsons. We would  like to invite all ladies to come  and join us for lunch and  warm fellowship. Babysitting  and transportation are  available. Please phone 886-  7426 or 885-3356.  May the Blessings of the  Lord be with you all.  Fabulous WF lot with super  view. Gunboat Bay in  Pender Harbour area.  Good building site. Asking  only $45,900.  PENDER      HARBOUR  Country estate With  waterfrontage. Approximately 62 acres with  over 700 feet of water-  frontage. 1000 sq. ft.  Panabbde, your own dock.  Fabulous holding property.  ��Jt V', o|r��0dy.v4' ��>ned  residential. Reduced for a  quick  sale ���  $295,000.  JEFF STEPHENSON  OH: 5880131  Home: 530-2682  iotSSf  GREyFRMS REAITK J  PENDER HARBOUR  REALTY LTD.  Highway 101  at Franci* Peninsula Rd.  883-2794  WATERFRONT: A magnificent and unusual 15 acres with some  700' of waterfront In the lee of Harness Island. Haslam Creek  runs through the middle of this fine property and there's a  driveway In from Highway 101. Ablg plus on this one Is a 4 acre  oyster lease, Make an offer to the $165,000 asking price (29%  down), It's a good buy at any price,  PENDER LAKES PROPERTIES; A new and prestigious subdivision  overlooking Pender Harbour. See with us and choose your ocean  view now ., . It's a wise investment,  WATERFRONT; Ponder Harbour area,. , 2 ad|acent 4 acre  parcels each with approx 150' of deep protected moorage.  Fairly high bank but quite workable and well worth the asking  prlco of $50,000 each,  IRVINES LANDING ��� Contemporary 3 bedroom heme with hot  water heating and a magnificent view over Lee Bay, The grounds  are unusual and Immaculate. The price Is right at $75,000.  WE HAVE SOLID PROSPECTS DESPERATE FOR  GOOD HOMES AND WATERFRONT. GIVE US A  CALL ... WE CAN SELL YOURS QUICKLY 11  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES -  HARBOUR SUPPlieS -~ Plumbing, electrical, furniture and ap*  pllances, This business shows a good return and Is Increasing  every year, No competition for miles, Perfect operation for  couple wanting to make their future In this area. Priced to sell  quickly so don't delay, phone now (or details. Jock Herman, 003-  9970.  HARBOUR MOTORS -������ At Klelndale, 4 bay service station, body  shop and store. Separate small 3 bedroom home for owner. This  Is a money-making situation, It you're a good bodyman, this Is  Itl  AUTOMOTIVE <��� Easy to run, well-stocked business currently  operating 6 hours per day, A days per week, Add a new  dimension to your retirement and dollars to your Income ��� a  small Investment will do It. Call for particulars,  "PENDEROSA" at Garden Bay. Drive-In, takeout, groceries, 2  bedroom tMng quarters -wlttr ttoew-vnnmr-vUmr'Htjrirr-w  growing business and good home In the moil sought after, spot,  on the (i.C. coast, Like to live here wouldn't you?  >"  885-3295  Box 979 Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  Next to the Gulf Station  .  Van. Direct  681-7931  Waterfront  Where Real Estate is serious���but a pleasure  THINKING OF RELOCATING?  Don't delay. Use our Trade Plan. Call for more details.  PHONE FOR FREE CATALOG  DEEP MOORAGE $75,000  Good deep moorage with 700  sq. ft . house Ic^Xed on steep  lot. Cont**e^/-give ideal  enlargegreyJErospects to the  house. Covered dock is well  sheltered. All details with  Don Lock, 885-3730.  Homes  Homes  Acreage  litisis.-  Acreage  WATERFRONT HOME $68,500  Located at Sandy Hook this  little charmer is loaded with  extras. Wrap around sundecks, steps and path to  private sandy beach, garden  soil, private treed lot. For  more information, call Rene  Sutherland at 885-9362.  SELMA      PARK      $10,900  60' of pebble beach, super  view, two room cottage.  Lease property. More info,  with Ray Bernier, 885-5225 or  Emilie Henderson, 885-5383.  DAVIS BAY $32,900  Specatacular view from this  waterfront lotejiyone of our  most desi��*flle\rfeas. Sloped  lot hafimolely beach and is  nicely freed. For more infor  contact Terry Brackett, 885-  9865.  WATERFRONT PARK   $84,250  Lovely two bedroom quality  home located on Gower Point  Road, close to shopping, near  Pebbles Beach. Panoramic  view of North Shore  mountains, Salmon Rock and  Vancouver Island. For an  appointment to view call  Rene Sutherland at 885-9362.  SAKINAW LAKE $124,900  2500' of lake frontage, two  dwellings', two floats,  boathouse, completely  sheltered private bay. 15  acres with subdivision  possibilities. Southern ex- ���  posure ana.view. Call Ray  Bernier, 885-5225.  TUWANEK WATERFRONT  LOT$      -n  Side by side beauties. 110' of  waterfrontage priced at  $28,500 and 95' of waterfrontage priced at $28,000.  Gentle slope to water and  southerly exposure enhance  these properties. Phone Rene  Sutherland for more details,  885-9362.  SELMAPARK $14,900.00  Here is a nice two bedroom  home located close to the  village and all amenities.  Landscaped lot has a nice  south western exposure and  great view. Lease land. For  more information contact  Terry Brackett 885-9865.  ROBERTS CREEK     $56,900.00  Like new, this house was  finished by a Master Craftsman and is in immaculate  condition. Two bedroom suite  down. At present rented.  Imaginative lands jri a choice  location. Call Don Lock, 885-  3730 for further details.  Appointments to view only.  HOME ON NEARLY 1 ACRE  $59,000.00  See this beautifully landscaped home overlooking  Pender Harbour - Originally a  12 x 60 Mobile,' now subtly  added rooms and enclosed  roofed patio makes this a  desirable living unit. Large lot  can possibly be subdivided  into three lots. Don Lock, 885-  3730. Has all details and will  be pleased to show you this  listing.  GRANTHAMS VIEW $39,500  What more could you want ���  a newly decorated 2 bedroom  home with excellent' view of  Shoal Channel;, and Keats  Island. Also a 1 .bedroom inlaw suite ��� see this fine  starter or retirement home  with Don Lock, 885-3730.  SECHELT VILLAGE $58,500  : Many, many extras in this  well planned tastefully  decorated two bedroom gem.  1300 sq. ft. of immaculated  house, plus an Insulated  garage and workshop  surrounded by the best  garden* soil available. For  more details, call Rene at  885-9362.  CONTEMPORARY  HOME $77,000.00  This architect designed 4  bedroom house must be seen  by the discerning buyer.  Compare the flawless workmanship. The fitted war  drobes in every bedroom, the  oak ship-deck . random  flooring. The unexcelled view  over Pender Harbour. All  windows double thermo  sealed.' Electric hot water  Keating. Space does not allow  me_to justify all the other  features so why not let me  show you this beauty. Owner  will even consider terms. Call  Don Lock 885-3730 for all  details.  3/4 ACRE AND HOME $49,500  This 3 bdrm plus den home is,  located on 3/4 acre at  Kleindale, near Pender  Harbour. Owner will review  all offers and says this must  sell. Call Don Lock, 885-3730  for all details.  DAVIS BAY $66,000  Beautiful view from this three  bedroom home. Large family  kitchen loaded with cupboards, work and eating  space.-Separate dining room,  cozy living room, with a  fireplace. Finished rec room &  bar with another fireplace,  guest bedroom. Close to  schools and beach ��� all this  in popular Davis Bay! Call  Suzanne Dunkerton, 885-  3971.  ROBERTS CREEK $89,500  5 acres of beautiful bottom  land with a southern exposure. Large organic  vegetable garden, fruit trees,  and pasture areas. PLUS, a  custom built 1700 sq ft three  storey 4 bedroom home  Quality and craftsmanship  have created an inspiring  living space. Leaded glass  windows ��� cedar finishing  inside ��� parquet floors, A  suana outside that will seat  10 people. An outbuilding  which could be converted into  a guest cottage. This property  must, be seen if you are  looking for acreage with  comfort. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton for viewing, 885-  3971.  Mobiles  2 bedroom 12x60 mobile  home set up in local trailer  park. Fully skirted with a  view of the Trail Islands.  Fridge and stove included,  asking $10,000. Contact Terry  Brackett, 885-9865'.  LANGDALE $40,000  19 acres of treed property  with a year-round creek.  Phone Suzanne for more  information, 885-3971.  WEST SECHELT       $39,700.00  This one bedroom cutie is  situated on 2 plus acres of  cleared level land. Good soil,  fruit trees, outbuildings. For  more information call Rene  Sutherland 885-9362.  PRIME CORNER $115,000.00  Located at Park Road and  Highway 101 in upper  Gibsons Village. This 130' x  720' lot is offered for the  consideration of investors  and developers. This property  is located in a prime area  with all services. Inquire for  full details. Rene Sutherland  885-9362.  GIBSONS VILLAGE      $95,000  Located right next door to the  corner property in fhe above  ad, this parcel with older  house has 130' highway  frontage and is 830 feet in  fdepth. The two parcels  (together total 260' of high-  ���way frontage and would be  great for future development.  For more details, call Rene at  885-9362.  WILSON CREEK���Tyson Rd.  $99,500  HOBBY FARM  6.53 acres ��� 5 acres cleared  and cross-fenced, an orchard  and wonderful garden area.  Wilson Creek runs through  the property and one can  watch the salmon run, large  pond for ducks, geese, swans.  Barn and out-buildings, plus  two dwellings. The main 3  bdrm house is multi-level and  spacious. Teak parquet  floors, fireplace, 311 sq. ft. of  sundeck at the front and 115  sq. ft. of covered sundeck at.  the back. 2 bdrm guest house  is 940 sq. ft. A property to be  seen. Call - Suzanne  Dunkerton, 885-3971 for  more information.  ROBERTS CREEK $27,900  Enjoy the privacy and  peaceful surroundings on this  nice level treed acreage. In  the ALR. For more information contact Terry  Brackett, 885-9865. MLS.  Business  Opportunities  Drycleaning business situated.  in both Gibsons and Sechelt.  No competition. Ideal family  - business. Call Ray Bernier,  885-5225 or Emilie Henderson, 885-5383.  Restaurant - situated in  Sechelt. Very established  with a super return. Priced to  sell. Call Ray Bernier, 885-  5225, or Emilie Henderson,  885-5383.  Lots  CALETA ESTATES ��� West  Sechelt  13 fully serviced lots, situated  approx. 2 miles northwest of  Sechelt, corner of Mason &  Norwest Bay Road. Level lots  to facilitate both single and  double wide trailers. Call  Emilie Henderson, 885-5383,  or Ray Bernier, 885-5225.      ��  WAKEFIELD ROAD  LOTS $16,750:00 each  Two beautiful side by side  view lots bordering on  Wakefield Creek. Good  building sites, close to  village. For more Information  call Rene Sutherland 885-  9362.  WEST PORPOISE  BAY $9,900.00  Here's a nice serviced lot  within minutes of the village.  This lot is partly cleared and  has level building site. Terry  Brackett 885-9865.  VIEW LOT $14,000.00  Malcolm Road Pender Harbour ��� Building site Is  already cleared has regional  water and power, lovely  sloping lot. Close to excellent  fishing, Close to beach access. Call Terry Brackett 885-  9865.  SECHELT VILLAGE $10,50d.OO  Elovon nicely trood lots In this  well-planned subdivision,  close to arena, good garden  soil. For more details call  Rene 885-9362,  WEST SECHELT  Two lots side by side located  on NorWest Bay Rd. Priced at  $12,500 and $9,500. Both lots  are serviced with water,  hydro and cable. Buy  separately, or try. an offer on  both lots. Contact Terry  Brackett, 885-9865.  SANDY HOOK $13,500  One of the nicer potential  view lot In Sandy Hook, this  one has private paved road,  water and hydro in, approved  percolation, and a 16 x 24'  storage shed. Ideal for  recreation property, close to  boat launch, or for a permanent residence. Trailers  permissible. For more details  call Rene at 885-9362.  KEATS ISLAND  The summer retreat you've  been looking for? A corner  lot with a view at only $7,500.  Hydrp and water available.  Contact Terry Brackett, 885-  9865.  VIEW LOT $10,900  On Marble Road In quiet  . Wilson Creek subdivision,  owner may carry financing.  Call Ray Bernier, 885-5225 or  Emilie Henderson, 885-5383.  WOODCREEK PARK  74 lot subdivision, ravine  park on three sides. Fully  serviced. For more details call  Rene Sutherland,   885-9362,  PENDER   HARBOUR   $24,500  Commercial lot zoned R3-L on  Lagoon Road, 65' frontage.  Call Ray Bernier 885-5225 or  Emilie Henderson   885-5383.  WINN ROAD, GIBSONS $15,000  Here Is a lot with everything.  Extra large and serviced,  Southern exposure to water  and mountain view. Close to  all amenities. Call Suzanne to  view, 885-397,1.  ROBERTS CREEK $15,500  Beautiful large view lot with  94 feet on the ^Mek. Perflation hai^drV-fty been  approvedffayrally located  to shoppU%, schools and  beach. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton, 885-3971.  FRANCIS PENINSULA $10,000  Excellent Bldg. lot in new subdivision, water & hydro,  septic approval. Near  Gerrons Bay ��� good fishingI  Emilie Henderson, 885-5383,  or Ray Bernier, 885-5225.  WEST SECHELT  Nice level lot with potential  view. Al| services. Priced for  quick sale at just $11,900.  Terry Brackett, 885-9865.  M0m     lAKt  , :Jiyr^nt i *+���>' ���  PENDER LAKES PROPERTIES  Excellent Building lots In new subdivision, close to  Garden Bay, Many with oceanvlews and southern exposure, Paved roads, water, power and telephone. Ideal  for building or Investment. Priced from $10,000.00 to  $23,500.00, Call Ray Bernier 885-5225 or Emilia Henderson 885-5383.  solD  /|X       ��      /  isoip/7?;; ��� :,r\ -N*. *m%  ��-7 y*vV* v- ^J%hJ "> -  .S^~;.;l:;^]f<:.;/���/.���*���������     .. ::..v .. ,;:;:p  It <��   <i   .   i.      ���      _      ���.'"���I,., "��,,         ,,,,,,     l '...i       f       o   Vv   , ., ,'' .        ���\,       >i    .     , i*        1��     '.  i * * * N 8"  $  m  ��.        *i    " l!     "   .i��oVP,v    ' ':     ,<'.,.,r   7'  ��� Infill* Mf |Nt  '   I  ' �� '  <      f     i       *'.  �� I ���     A    I,    It , :l   , .  ��      I    ��\ . , #��  rtNUH   flMMm  RAY BERNIER  CORRY ROSS  885.9250  RENE SUTHERLAND  TERRY BRACKETT  888*9868-  DON LOCK  888*8780  EMILIE HENDERSON  ���   888-8888       SUZANNE DUNKERTON  888*8971  TERRI HANSON  886.8296  JOHN BREEN  883-9978  MIKEROSSE  883-9378  iOCK HERMON  888-2746  POWELL  RIVER  WEST  VANCOUVER  NORTH *  VANCOUVER  OIHKH OFFICES  IO 51RVE YOU  MEMBER OF ' WEIOCATION SIRVICSS CANADA" RBPiRRAL SYSTEM  KINGSWAY  SURREY  LANGLEY Wednesday, September 26,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageB-7  Elves Club turnout good  >   ���  ��*?*��>*���     ZM3%  MAYOR LORNE Blain (centre)     new pub Gramma's in Lower Gibsons     Janowsky's son Dale, (far left)  helped Dick and Elna Janowsky    Friday night with a ribbon-cutting     grandson Kevin (far >right).  celebrate the official opening of their     ceremony.  On hand  also  were  and  Society needs financial help  A week and a Half ago ?ix  Vietnamese refugees arrived  on the coast. They managed to  escape from Vietnam last  April. They were clutsed by  firing Vietnamese military  boats and attacked by pirates,.  Thejx escape boat sank and  they were picked up,by an  ocean liner which took them to  Malaysia. There they lived for  four months in an overcrowded refugee camp with  inadequate supplies.  They are presently living  with two families in Sechelt  and working very hard in  language classes. You may  Learn to tell your  own life story  Have you ever laid down a    framework  of  your  story;  poorly written story of an    close in the walls; put a roof  inconsequential plot and said    on it; cross the t's, dot the Ts  to yourself, "Shucks ~J,canJlp and\send 'er out!  do;bettet;than1thai|;"'ao:,* "^,��,',A&pf the details are in the  seen them out walking, exploring Sechelt or Gibsons, or  learning how to shop in our  stores with our currency.  They are gradually learning  that Canada is a peaceful  place and that. Sunshine  Coasters are friendly people.  They are happy to meet local  residents who take the time to  stop, introduce themselves  and welcome them to Canada.  When they have become  more   oriented   to   their        -_t.   (10-*,      -  Many people. ,pave. c had,  thrilling or tragic experiences  during their lifetimes" and  have at least one story to tell.  /But where do you begin? That  lis the problem for most of us.  ) But now you can learn how to  sort it all out; to build the  Court news  Judge J.S.P. Johnson  considered the "protection of  the public" when he forbid  James Dow Robertson, 64, to  operate a motor vehicle  during Robertson's two-year  probation.  Robertson pleaded guilty  last week in Sechelt  provincial Court to two  charges of driving with a  blood-alcohol level of more  than .08 and was fined $500 on  each charge along with  probation.  He committed the offences  less than three weeks apart in  August and the aecpnd offence  resulted in RCMP taking him  to the emergency room at St.  Mary's Hospital when they  found him passed out at the  wheel of his car in Davis Bay.  Defence counsel David  Leslie said Robertson has  since Joined Alcoholics  Anonymous and has  "agonized" over committing  these two offences within a  month.  After the second offence,  Leslie said, Robertson spent  "three days in hospital to dry  out."  Richard Stephen Dougon,  Continuing Education paper  recently circulated around the  Peninsula, offering a Creative  Writing workshop with  Carolyn Zonailo as the  teacher. I enrolled last year  and found the-experience very  rewarding. I learned the level  of competency I had achieved  as a writer; what I must do to  turn, what had been a hobby,  into a 'late-in-life career'; was  advised to learn dialogue ���  make my characters speak  and act, rather than tell of  their actions; and many other  things that I discovered by  listening to the problems of  others. So for me, it was very  rewarding.  We were all instructed to  keep a 'dream journal' and to  use the resulting material as a  basis for writing short yarns.  Boy, some of the dreams we  were regaled by were lulu's.  But some good short stories  came out of this encounter and  with the help of Carolyn and  criticism of the class after a  reading, we all profited by the  exercise.  Carolyn will edit much of  your material, and advise on  how to improve or prepare for  sending it on its way. She has  a great way of drawing her  class into discussion and  participation without being  self conclous. After the first  session you become part of a  family group and It is possible  to make a lasting friend with  similar interests.  So I have signed up again  this year and am looking  forward to meeting old and  CarlChrlsmas.  18, pleaded guilty to being a (,   d   ^        ft    ,  and was fined $100.  Paul    Francis    Gelkc  Seeded guilty to driving while  ipatred ond was fined $500  and given six months  probation to attend the impaired drivers' course.  "I didn't think I would got  into trouble, I thought iw  would," Donald Grant Kraus,  17, said after he pleaded guilty  to driving without Insurance  ond misusing licence plates.  Kraus and his brother  Richard wore driving two cars  over, to o body shop when  Constable F.L. Skinner  noticed tho llconco plate on  the back of each cat-had the  same number.  Richard pleaded guilty to  falling to display plates in tho  prescribed manner.  . Dooald told Judge Joluiawv  his brother would be paying  hlT fines of $250 for rib Insurance and $10 for misuse of  plates.  Richard was fined $15 for  Ills charge. "  surroundings and are ready to  become independent, they will  move into a house that has  been rented for them. A few-  items are still needed for the  house: ironing board, outdoor  garbage cans, and a rod and  attachments for a shower  curtain. In order to help make  our Vietnamese friends a little  more mobile, we are trying to  find bicycles for them. The  sewing machine that we were  looking for has been kindly  Suncoast Agencies Ltd.  [Formerly Charles English Insurance Agencies]  GENERAL INSURANCE  ��� Residential  ��� Mobile Homes  - Commercial  -Travel & Medical  ARNE T. PETTERSEN  NOTARY PUBLIC  ��� Conveyancing * Wills  * Arne T. Pettersen  * Eileen Kinne  * Charles English  Q#S Swemt knmm Lbi.  donated by SEW EASY in  Sechelt.  ��� Financial donations are  still needed in order to pay the  irent and food bills until the  .refugees are financially independent. Cheques can be  made out ot the Sunshine  Coast Society for Vietnamese  Refugees. P.O. Box 1186,  Sechelt,'B.C.  For more information  please phone Susan Nichols  885-9798 or Elaine Futterman  885-2395.  The Elves Club had a large  turnout  at  their  Annual  General Meeting, September ���  15 where an election, of officers took'place.  '  Walter Zalischuk was  elected president, replacing  Rob Clarke. Rob wanted some  time off after putting in two  years of work for the Elves  Club. We will miss you Rob,  but as you say, we know where  you are if we need you.  A lively discussion was  held and procedures set forth  to get our Club rolling once  more in preparation to get the  Christmas Hampers out to the  underpriviledged families on  the Peninsula ��� last year the  Elves distributed 151 hampers.  The Elves Club is an unselfish and concerted effort by  the entire Community and  Service Clubs, to see no one  does. without at  Christmas  time.  The Elves Club was incorporated under the Societies  Act in 1972. New members are  Port Mellon  Hosp. Aux.  The regular meeting of the  Port Mellon Hospital  Auxiliary was held at the  home of Betty Kiloh on  Wednesday, Sept 12th. .There  were 10 members present.  The meeting was presided  over by president Doreen  Dockar. Reports were heard  from the various committees.  Plans are well under way for  the Silent Auction to be held  Saturday, Oct. 20 at 1:30 p.m.  in the haU above Ken's Lucky  Store. Admission fee to be an  "article to be auctioned or 50  cents. Free coffee will be  served.  The next meeting will be  held on Oct. 10th at 1:30 p.m.  at the home of Bev McKie,  Langdale. Tel 886-2629.  always welcome. To join the  Club all you need to do is drop  off 12 food items and $3.65 (1  cent a day), at one of our  depots early in December,  Nothing more to do.  However, for those who  like tp be part of the action, we  could SURE use you as the  work is done by a mere  handful of people. We find it  Interesting and rewarding  .though, especially like getting  the phone call the other day ���  the gentleman said the Elves  had helped him out when he  was down and out and now  that he is working and  somewhat back on his feet he  would like'to mail a cheque in  to help someone else ��� would  we please give him our address:  ELVES CLUB.S  P.O. Box 1107,  Gibsons, B.C. VON 1VO  Telephone:  886-9352 or 884-  5358.  The Elves have to raise  five thousand dollars or more  by December 15, the day the  hampers are delivered. This is  accomplished by soliciting  donations and holding a lottery. Once again the Elves  will be around "bugging you"  to buy a ticket on a hind of  beef ��� but it does go to a  worthy cause!  After the meeting adjourned the Elves enjoyed  refreshments.  Thanks to Sonny and Agnes  Boutin for the delicious Ice  Cake and welcome back to the  Peninsula!  CALL TODAY  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  885-3231 Deadline Noon Saturday  WEST SECHELT  OWNER TRANSFERRED  ASKING $71,500  1,376 sq. ft. on each floor. Large kitchen, utility room, dining  room, 2 full baths, 3 bedrooms, living room with fireplace on  upper level. Possible self-contained unit on finished lower  level with 2 bedrooms, games room, rec room, large foyer  and 1 bath. Situated on 1/4 acre lot in new subdivision. Close  to town and schools.  PHONE 885-5051  885-2235  ��.��*? j j-  _\j* ��t./) ��i  v..r  Box 1490.  Trail & Cowrie St.,  Sechelt. VON 3A0  885-2235  Toll Free  689-5838  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE (1978) LTD.  SARGEANTBAY AREA #171  A prestige home w)tt lovely feature wall. A  huge barn-wobdshed extra. Large rooms, a,  .unique bathroom are features In this 1 1/2  "year, 3 bedroom that can be finished to suit  your tastes. Asking $82,900. Larry Reardon  .885-3924.  Ji  Sunnycrest Centre, Olbtoni  Ni-lll]  YOUR PEN. TIME AD. DROPOFF CENTRE IN GI&SONS  "The Property  Movers"  WHARF  REALTY LTD.  885-5171  MS-)  /2 acre  REDUCE^ n iijiib��� ,  -nX"T".." ���  Look what $31,000 buy* ,,, Nice landtcap  2 bedroom mobile homo on concrete foundation,  fireplace, Move, fridge, washer, dryer, carport,  workshop, oaiebo, tool ���h��d,.Clow to Sechelt. Some  lurriituri        "*'  HOMES  IT'S A BARGAIN M125  Your needs for convenient, economical and  comfortable accommodation aro met with  thla neat 3 bedroom mobile,, in a village  court. Several appliances a porch and  motal storage shed complete the package.  At $10,750 Its a good buy, Bert Walker 885-  3746.  DERBY ROAD ��� WEST SECHELT #227  This double wide features an Immaculate  home with 3 bedrooms, Large living room,  master bedroom ensuite, Large 27'x23' rec,  room. Located In West Sechelt. Partial  view, This represents solid value for your  money at $47,500, Larry Reardon 885-3724.  SCARCE WATERFRONT #228  This excellent 100 ft. frontage ��� West  Sechelt waterfront home is one of very few  available, offering a spectacular view of the  Trail Islands and a beach at the foot of a  winding footpath, With a huge new rec  room complimenting the original well  maintained 4 bedroom remodelled home. It  could not be replaced for the $87,000  asking price, Bert Walker 885-3746.  TRAILER PARKS HOME #243  Over 5 acre park with room for 30 trailers.  Located on high partial view property.  Residency consists of a large 2 bedroom  home ��� 40'' Inground pool sauna, privacy  $240,000, Chuck Dowman 885-9374 or  George Longman 885-3400.  HOMES  NEW DOUBLE WIDE #209  On partially treed 1/2 corner lot with circular driveway, Over 1300 sq, ft. of gracious  living space with two full bathrooms. Great  garden area just seeded for lawn. $55,000,  Chuck Dowman 885-9374.  SECHELT SPECIAL 1-102  Central location on Dolphin -Street, Walking distance  lo all amenlllee, Hacked Park across the road, This  well built 1160 sq, It. 4 bedroom home (2 up, 2 down)  2 brick fireplaces. Full basement, 1160 sq. ft, Com-  Elately finished, Would* make Ideal In-law suite, 2  athroamt plus ensuite to master bedroom, carport,  Try yovr ��f*er ����fP H��i*OOv Mwt4 - hiw eypeliMmewt - --.-������   .. f^Mw..^fLf^lOT.ZL*J���,i,.w���,  'Tour Real Estate hosts on the  A    Sunshine Coast"  PAT MURPHY TRBV GODDARD  888^9487 ' 886-2658  1  DERBY ROAD #177  Four largo, level lots, some view In Ihe  prestlgeous area ol West Sechelt, Lot 20 -  $16,500; Lot 23-$11,500; lot 24- $10,700;  Lot 26 ��� $11,500. Larry Reardon. 085-3924,  NORWEST BAY RD. OPPOSITE DERBY  RD, #17B  4 lots �����- some wllh VIEW. In their natural  slate so you can create your own land-  scpalng. Priced at $12,800, Larry Reardon  BB9-3924,  WANNA BUY A ROCK? Ml6"8  Steep to the top but accessible from lagoon  Road, 88 x 164 ft, convenient location lo  .���hops, public launching, schools etc, A place  ���to leave your trailer the year round for  .���port* fishing, Try $1500 down $7,250 lull  j>rlce. Balance at 107. MTlny Bob''BB5-9461,  PENDER HARBOUR  WATERFRONT #245  Low approach waterfront on Hassan Road.  103 ft. of sand and gravel shoreline with  deep water close In, Well kept grounds are  well treed, Including fruit, trees.. Two  bedroom home with fine view of wator and  marine traffic. Plenty of room lor expansion, Asking price $130,000. Eric  Rudland 685-9857,  LOTS AND ACREAGE  NEXT TO LORD JIMS #226  400' low WATERFRONT, 3 acres approx of  magnificent wdflMront next to lord Jim's  Lodge. Water and power to the edge of the  property, A tremendous family estate or  hold for future potential. The VIEW Is  breathtaking $120,000. Larry Reardon 885-  3924,  9 ACRES.NORTH ROAD #4096  Located on the North Road, this fairly level 5  acre parcel oilers good location, has hydro  and water Is projected lor this year, Vendor  will alio consider a trad* for a imallw  home on hall an acre In Gibsons aroa,  Asking price $30,000, Ben Walker 865-  3746.  BIO CHUNK OF LAND #3969  660 ft, on Sea, on paved hwy, 101, On top of  ���-Tfirtim'tBr-'toTr*^^  serviced by hydra owl "City" weter. Asking  $179,000. "Tiny Bob" 089-9461.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� CONRAD RD. #232  3 bedroom, 1344 sq, ft, home located on  1.75 acres, features 3 piece ensuite  plumbing off master bodroom, Family room  complete with bar, built In china cabinet,  utility room with washer & dryer and an  abundance of storage & cupboard space,  Landscaping need to make this one a  beauty. Full price $55,000. George  Longman 885-3400.  MASKEL    ROAD,    ROBERTS   CREEK    #222  This 3'bedroom part basement home  situated on a nicely landscpaed 1/2 acre lot  features an ocean VIEW and park like back  yard, with fruit trees, F.P. $52,000, Call  George Longman 885-3400.  RECREATIONAL ACREAGE #4011  Have you been looking lor acreage which  combine* good location, wllh respect to  llihlrifl and boaling areas and a unique  sotting for "a'quiet retreat? This 6 acre  parcel on high ground overlooking Hotel  Lakorouldbo|ust thoansworl Asking price  for this fine parcel Is |u��t $28,500, Bert  Wolkor 0115-3746,  SOUTHWOODROAD K209  Large level lot. 00x250'. with good soil.  Nicely treed and easily landscpaed. Only  $10,500. Larry Reardon 885 3924.  LOWER ROMRHCRSSK #M4/��2M  2 lots side by side, 113x93', fully treed,  regional water. Masked Rd opprox. 300  yards from water, Oeorge Longman 885-  3400,  MILNER RD. ��� ROBERTS CREEK #236  ��Uly *r*e4 l��v��4tm 4����, UJwm1 syfiew.  200 yards from water with ocean V|IW. Full  price $17,750, George Longman 085-3400.  WE'RE THE NEIGHBORHOOD PROFESSIONALS FOR YOU.  .*!��� PageB-8  ,       Hie Peninsula Times  Wednesday, September 26,1979  unKrfelo     bnKrClo     uAKrCla     (#nr\rcT&     GnKfcId     CARPETS     CARPElS     CARPETS  * > -_____lmK  JvMJrSn  <      <  !J  7  Z^S^WPI.v  f-  td  :->_f^-  ms\\M  lS.i||!H.ii"---  iHimmyipuv;  &_��*.���* C--^  r^?5b  SALE ENDS OCTOBER 15th  WE HAVE BEEN BUSY AS A BEAVER BRINGING THESE BARGAINS TO YOU  SUPER SAVINGS 20%. 30%, 50%  ft**  FEATURE FOR DURATION OF SALE:  yr  "SUN SHINE  EIGHT BEAUTIFUL TRIPLE TONE COLOURS HIGH-LOW SCULPTURED DESIGN. THIS CARPET IS  MADE OF LONG-LIFE SET DUPONT NYLON TO HELP MAINTAIN APPEARANCES AND RESILIENCY  DURING USE STATIC CONTROL AND SCOTCH GUARDED  PRICE   $12.  sq. yd.  Miff?-'  A*  SAUNA  Rubber Backed  Ideal for bedrooms,  rumpus rooms etc. etc.  $7 QC s���  I Hl/ll   ud.  SANS-EGAL  Beige and Off White  Just right for bedrooms.  '9.49 a  Rubber Backed,  for easy do it yourself.  From$fi   QC sq'yd'  and up  ROOM SIZE  RUGS  REDUCED FROM  20%40��/o  *^:  ACC0T0NE  Cushion floor, 12 ft. wide  4 colours only.  SPECIAL  '5.49  LINOLEUMS  Candide square pattern only.  3 colours   ,  Reg. $13.45 sq. yd.  NOW  '8.95  REMNANTS  From 2'xl2' to 6'xl2'  REDUCED BY  LINOLEUMS  From stock only  less inn/  70  AND MUCH, MUCH MORE TO CHOOSE FROM  ��  Ken DeVfies & Son  l MAKf.f-X  Gibsons  886-7112  Wl^^lW������1(llll*WM*-IWlS"i*��W��>!S  * ,  "Drop in to our two locations"  Sechelt  885-3424  CARPETS   CARPETS   CARPETS   CARPETS   Cf\R?m   CARPETS   CARPETS   CARPETS  ! ������<  Time out  Looking fotf coverage  by Steve Ripper  Section C  Wednesday, September 26,1979  Pages 1-8  Are  you looking for more  sports       I will try and cover one or two im-  coverage pn a regular basis? If you are,   portant games a week, ,such as playoffs.  over the next few months you will be  pleased to see the Peninsula Times sports  section expanding considerably, starting  with this new column.  The column will be on a semi-regular  basis, as often as time permits.  I'll be trying for a wide range of sports  coverage, and I am interested in all ages  and areas of sports, including such often  neglected areas as the younger kids'  sports.  Since I'm presently a, student and  writing sports is only part-time, I will need  your assistance. In order to get articles in  consistantly I need the contacts.  Contacts within the teams and league.  Players, managers, even spectators.,  Schedules, prgrams and the like will  help me tremendously.  There will be write-ups and pictures  regularly.  I'll be in all day Saturday at the  Peninsula Times, so if you can help why  not give me a call or drop in. Phone in the  highlights of the game, the results, including such things as top'defensive  players, most outstanding players, and  any other comments about the game you  might have.  If you are interested in doing a little  writing yourself, submit your articles into  the office and I'll edit them for you. If your  organization wants a regular write-up,  talk to me about it.  So, drop by the office and see me, or  ring up and help me fill up the sports  section.  i -  .      SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  REMINDER  To all home owners in the Sechelt Sanitary Sewer Specified Area:  V. In qccordance with the terms and conditions of Sunshine Coast  Regional District by-law No. 191 all sewer connections must be  completed by November, 14,1979.  ,2.. Sewer connection fees paid on or before October 31, 1979 will  be reduced by 15 per cent at the time of payment.  Survival First-Aid eight-hour course  -���Vi'  <<    <^  <?��� ����%  *>.'^  /J3  -% .  K  You're out on a hike, there's a sudden  fall, and your partner is unconscious.'Or  bleeding. Or not breathing. Do you know  what to do to help?   ���  Accidents happen with blindingvspeed  and at the most unexpected times and  places, and knowing how to cope in  emergency, situations can mean the difference between life and death. A one-day  course in Survival First-Aid is being offered to teach the skills which will enable  the average person-or anyone in his group  ��� to have the best possible chance of  survival in any life-threatening situation.  The course will teach four basic life  saving techniques: 1. Breathing-all forms  of artificial respiration. 2. Control of  bleeding, external and internal. 3. The  unconscious patient���how to treat him. 4.  The crushed chest ��� what to do.  The eight-hour course to have been held  ion Saturday, September 22nd, has been  ���postponed until October, and anyone 16  years or older wishing to attend may get  further information from instructor Mary  Fraser at 886-2512 between 1:00 p.m. and  $:p.m.  *-&-  MINOR HOCKEY  REGISTRATION AND  EQUIPMENT SWAP  1  :��:* ��� IT" SUPTOYOU ;��&&  PJ$$$$ELP PREVENT:!!:*;.  s��**s:*jjic CANCER.: W%'-  OYOU KNOW;  p:r*OW. ������:::���:.���������'"  '1  4  BOUT IT.  CANADIAN |  CANCER  SOCIETY  SATURDAY - SEPTEMBER 29th  GIBSONS AND SECHELT ELEMENTARY GYMS 10 am - 4 pm  MADEIRA PARK COVERED AREA  11 am -1 pm  AGE AS OF DECEMBER31 st, 1979  PUPS to 8 years $35  ATOMS to 10 years $35  PEEWEEto 12years , $50  BANTAM to Hyears       '... $55  MIDGET to 16years  $55  JUVENILE to 18 years $60  RETURN ALL SHIRTS  MORE ICE TIME        PAVED ROAD  IMPORTANT: COACHES MEETING Mon. October 1, 7:30 Arena  :<m  TT WAS VICTORY for the Redskins with a 2-1 final score over the Pender  Harbour Bananas.  Bananas start game on  wrong footing - lose  By STEVE RIPPER  " m'Wwiiy' to startWa^game on the.  wrong foot is to score on yourself; which is  exactly what the Pender Harbour bananas  did in last Sundays game.      ''  Perhaps they felt that the Redskins  needed a 1-0 advantage in order to make  the game fair.  This was the Bananas second Sunshine  Coast Senior Soccer League game, going  down to defeat 2-1 in this encounter.  It was obvious,from the start that the  Redskins were the superior team.  Throughout the first half, the ball rarely  left the Bananas side of the field.  The Bananas /played fairly well  defensively, but their offense was sorely  lacking. In fact,. throughout the entire  game they only got four shots on goal.  The Redskins on the other hand, played  well both defensively and offensively  rarely matching the Bananas often sloppy  passing.  In the,second half of the game No, 3  Frank Howe scored an excellent goal for  the Redskins.  Near the end of the game the Bananas  got their only goal of the game through a  slip up of the goalie. He saved the goal, but  he fell and let go of the ball, which went  into the net.  The Bananas coach commented, ''I  can't see" how a team can play-anotherVo  team so badly and not win" and, "Itfll ���  come with lots of practice."  Boating safety  talks available  Boating Safety Officers of the Canadian  Coast Guard are available to address any.  club or organization interested in marine  safety. They have a variety of programs  aimed at different age groups from  children to adults.  Those organizations interested can  contact the Coast Guard division of  Transport Canada, 1661*Whyte Ave.,  Vancouver, B.C. V6J 1A9.  The Coast Guard encourages public  awareness of water safety through its  Boating Safety Detachments (Bosdet).  The number of pleasure craft in B.C. increases annually at a 5 per cent rate, while  the calls for assistance continue to climb  at 20 per cent per year.  Coast Guard studies indicate a lack of  knowledge and information on regulations  and standards is the main culprit.  fld?  it i i U  WE NEED TO MAKE ROOM  for The 1980's  WE HAVE SOME NICE TRADE INS  CLEARANCE PRICES HURRY  licwtru  - ��. ___._____._i__. -^ _^-      PREUWNfcU LA Mr tKb  8 FT. 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By ERNIE HUME  Men's- Twilite Golf ended the, season  last Wednesday with the popular four man ,  team scramble. The team of Vic Mar-  teddu, Jim Munro and Alex Warner  managed a brilliant five under score for  the nine holes. Vic Marteddu arranged  another good dinner for the wind-up.  Congratulations" are extended to him for  planning and running Twilite Golf for the  year.  A successful ladies day on Tuesday was  held with the ladies playing a par point  game. Scoring is done by the player  scoring points for shotting eagles, birdies,  par's, etc. Betty Turnbull compiled a good  score of 40 points. Barb Lawrance was  second with a 39. In the nine hole section  Judy Foreman shot a low net of 39%.  Thanksgiving tournament will be held  on October 8. Information on our winter  tournament will be available soon.  Marj. Langdale is recovering nicely at  home after a most serious illness. It will be  nice to see her back on the golf course  Duplicate Bridge  Duplicate bridge will recommence on  Tuesday, Oct. 2 at the Sunshine Coast Golf  Club. Everybody welcome: All you need is  a partner. If you haven't one, phone  Phyllis Hoops at 886-2575.  Games will be held, the first and third  Tuesdays of each month at the Golf Club,  starting promptly.at 7:30 p.m.  soon. Helen Millburn feeling under the  weather this past while. Hurry and get.  well.. The new draperies in the club house  provided by your committee; are quite an  improvement.   s  It is sad to hear of the passing of Orv  Moscrip, His interest in sports in this area  is well known. He win" be missed by his  many friends and the athletes that he has  coached and befriended for many years.  Our ladies journeyed to Squamish for a  return match for this year. The combined  score of the two matches showed Sunshine  Coast winners for this year, and will hold  the trophy for 1979.  Pitch-In  Keep  BM/h Columbia  Beautiful  Winterize & Storage  FREE STORAGE (til Spring)  WITH WINTERIZING  ON YOUR OUTBOARD  Several new 1979 Evinrudes still in stock  MADEIRA MARINA  Madeira Park 883-2266  Girls soccer emphasizes fun, fitness  NEW!  Gibsons Travel is pleased to inform  all our customers that we now issue PWA  tickets at our office in the Sunnycrest Centre.  The emphasis'is on fun and fitness, so  you don't have to be a skilled soccer player  to join the Sechelt Womens' Soccer-Team.  ''Most of the team members have not  even played soccer before", Coach Adrian  Belshaw told the Times.  They're looking for new members, no  experience necessary. The-teams first  practice was last Sunday, with a good  turn-out.  Belshaw's hoping for a better season  than last, which was not too good. In fact,  it could be called bad, with one tie and the  rest losses.  What of the competition? Tough. And  sometimes vicious, such as the Pender  Harbour Team. Coach Mike West has  been quoted as saying, "I've got to teach  my team to kick the ball instead of the  other players." Last year, the Pender  Harbour team didn't play at all.  Coach Belshaw is hoping that they will  get together again this year. Another team  which was broken up was the Indian  womens team. Belshaw said he would like Belshaws' team played school teams, who  to see more womens' teams on the coast, are generally better.  Womens' soccer is relatively new on       The Sechelt Womens' team should be  the coast, only a few years old. Last year having their first game in two weeks.  Does Your Club or Group Report  Its Activities Regularly to The Times?  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SALES & SERVICE  IN THE M  OF SECHELT  Now Open MONDAY ��� SATURDAY, 9:30am - 5:30  885-9816    Admiral  Ask about our L <kW\_i> Mark of Quality  Package   deals. APPLIANCES ft TELEVISIONS  QANTAS        |  The Bear Minimum Fares . . .  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SPRUCE PLY  4x8x3/8" Unsanded "D"  Sechelt Building  Supplies Ltd.  $J29  ���*>****" M3-0213  IN PENDER HARBOUR  S&T - WR ��� Comm-Dov  VHf  MILLER  MARINE  ELECTRONIC  No*�� open In our 2nd,  \  location at Oarden  Bay Marine services'  Auth, Decia Radar Centre  MM  lwlf%lrtl|��f*4  IWlMlilleM ���  Madeira Park- 883-2266  *OMC  *MtftCRUISER  *VOLVO  *EVINRUDE  SERVICE CENTER  Wfiy   ^   OUR NEW  FALL FASHIONS  ARE HERE.  883-2315        MADEIRA PARK  883-2585  AC RENTALS &  BUILDING SUPPLIES  "HOMELfTE" ��� XL-MO*  CHAINSAWS    and SUPERMINI*  Both $20.00 OFF REG. PRICE  |til end of October]  >  I Page 04  Hie Peninsula Times  r.  Meatballs  Bill Murray - A meatball maniac  Bill Murray, who portrays Tripper in  Ivan. .Reitman's   Paramount   film  'Meatballs/' assumed the role of head  counselor both on and off screen during the  movie's production.  Murray, one of the stars of NBC-TV's  "Saturday Night Life," continually had  the "Meatballs" cast and crew clutching  their sides in laughter. But many of the 650  actual campers who appeared as movie  extras were initially nervous at being in a  motion picture for the first time. Murray  moved quickly to allay their fears. The  uninhibited comedian marched straight  into the campers' cavernous dining room  to tell them jokes every night. He said it  was downright silly to be scared of appearing in the movies ��� all their friends  would be jealous anyhow.  Murray acted out some of his  'Saturday Night Life" characterizations  to demonstrate his point. Many times he  played the "nurd" role he portrays on TV  with Gilda Radner, The youthful campers  loved him. They became enthusiastic  about the movie and followed Murray  around camp like lemmings. It was the  Pied Piper all over again.  i    Murray's arrival at Camp, White Pine  in Haliburton, Ontario, also provided a  much-needed lift for the 'Meatballs" cast  and crew,.especially for Reitman and  producer Dan Goldberg (Andre Link and  John Dunning were executive producers).  Director Reitman had been shooting two  days without knowing for certain who their  leading man would be.  Comedian Murray had held out doing  "Meatballs" until he was finally delighted  with the finished screenplay, written by  Len Blum, Dan Goldberg, Janis Allen and  Harold Ramis. Reitman had wanted  Murray, all the time for the film, but Bill  waited.until thescriptwascompleted tohis  liking, It was even a chore to track the  comedian down. He had been barnstorming across Oregon shagging fly balls  and chasing down grounders with a Triple  AAA baseball"team.  But when Murray finally arrived ��� on  the third day of shooting ��� everyone's  spirits perked up and he automatically  became the "Meatballs" leader, both off  and on camera. Reitman says Murray  performed like the solid professional he is  ��� even though he hadn't seen the rivised  script yet.  "He was brilliant, terrific, perfect,"  Reitman praises. "From Murray's first  scene, which "was a complicated 50-foot  dolly shot using hundreds of camping  extras, Murray, got right into character  and was with it to the end."  But Murray's debut in. camp also  heralded the beginning of a series of  mysterious and hitherto unexplained  pranks that were pulled on the harried >  director. Many of the cast and crew say  Murray, as he did in "Meatballs," was -  responsible for organizing all of the >  practical jokes carried out in camp. No >  one was spared-his incisive comedy wit.  Reitman's favorite "Animal House" T-,  -shirt was constantly missing. It was,  usually found a few days later gently .  lapping in the breeze, hoisted atop a ���  flagpole. The poor director couldn't even ���  sit down and ponder who the pilferer was ���  because the prankster(s) purloined his  director's chair. That, too somehow made .  its way to the top of the flagpole, or, just to  be diverse, was sometimes suspended  from a tree branch ��� at least 20 feet up.  Murray also organized a 1:00 a.m. toga  party a la "Animal House" to liven up the  camp, much to the chagrin of the stern,  but often non-plussed camp director, who  was always afraid that Murray and the  rest of the band of his zany followers would  permanently corrupt the morals of his  young charges. "Meatballs" producer  Dan Goldberg had to genuflect almost  daily to the camp administrator so the  entire film company wouldn't be given a  pink slip and told to pack up their gear and  leave camp.  By the time Murray had finished his  starring role in "Meatballs" he had 650  campers who would be Murray fan club  followers for life. It was a mass love affair  between an adult and an army of  youngsters.  Murray continues with his film career  ^after Paramount's summer release of  "Meatballs" He'll star as "gonzo" journalist Hunter Thompson, who first made  his special mark with Rolling Stone  Magazine and Will also serve as consultant  for the Universal film which begins  shooting July 5th in Los Angeles.  ANOTHER fun-filled square dancing  season got off to a good start last  Saturday with a pot-luck dinner and  dance at Harmony Hall in Gibsons.  Square dance classes have started  and everyone is welcome to come out  and try this.new alternate life-style.  See Squaringly Yours.  Kaplan promises to be  The third exhibit to appear at the  Sunshine Coast Arts Centre in Sechelt will  once again be something different for  many residents of the coast, and an experience to complement our adventure  and exposure to the many facets of art.  The Greater Vancouver Artists'  Gallery exhibit presented us with the  artistic expressions of several people; this  show will be concentrating on one person's  .. . Nomi Kaplan.  Nomi has found photography to be her  creative vehicle for expression and observation of the world around her. She  began her training with study of basic  drawing and design at Wayne University  in Detroit, later graduating from the  Vancouver School of 'Art after learning  how to paint and make prints.  A few years later, Nomi returned to  VSA to learn how to make photographs  and to animate film. It was in 1970 that  proper operation of a camera was learned  by Nomi and it was in 1970 she began to  earn a living at it. During the mid-  seventies she got involved with producing  videotapes and slide sound productions,  and in 1976 Nomi co-authored, produced  and edited the film So Where's My Prince  Already? This film was selected for  screening at the Second International  Women's Film Festival at Lincoln Centre  Cinema In New York City.  For the past two years though, all  energy   has   been   channelled   Into  photography. She has participated in .  group exhibitions in Toronto,. Edmonton  and Vancouver and last year had her first  one-woman show at the Powerhouse  Gallery in Montreal. Also in 1978, a book of  her photos, Sweet Immortality, was  published.  The Arts Centre exhibit will be of  photographs Nomi took this summer at  her Vancouver home and is her way of  communicating the enchantment and  magic she experienced during the past  four or five months. Some of these feelings  are lost in the translation - to the  photographs, but much emerges and manv  unexpected subliminal aspects appear.  Nomi does carefully manipulate her  images though, and a further dimension is  added with her use of hand color-tinting on  the black and white photographs, mixing  the reality of the photographic image with  colorsthatare not necessarily true. Words  cannot do these photos justice, full impact  can only be received by a visit to the Arts  Centre.  The exhibit will open September 29 and  close October 11. A preview reception and  a chance to meet the artist will take place  Friday from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.  Nomi would also like to share her  knowledge with photographers In the  community by holding two workshops on  handcolored tinting of black and white  photographs. The workshops are $5 per  session, one on Saturday 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.  and another Thursday, October 11 from 4  to 6 p.m. Phone 885-5412 for pre-.,  registration. Nomi has sent us this  statement concerning the workshop.:  "Somewhat like the proverbial thin  person waiting to get out of the fat person,  in some black and white photographs there  is a hand-colored photograph waiting to  emerge." she says.  "As the body, face, hair, all are  "complete" in themselves, yet all have  "possibilities" in expressing the owner's  personality . . .such as clothing, hair  ornaments or styles, beards, make-up,  etc., so too does a black and white negative'  have possibilities. ���  "Hand-tinting is the one that provides  extremely dramatic options of "picture  personality changes." J  "For example, a black-and-white'  family picnic portrait, taken in 1975, can  be made to look like a classic 1890s version  with the lightest wash of color. Certain  colors accentuate certain moods . . . and  can render an ordinary landscape surreal.  "Selectively applied, colour can  dramatize one special aspect of a  photograph, and obliterate busy areas that  detract from the main subject. One need,  not have any training in art in order to do  beautiful color work.  "However, a few of the basics of color  (such as warm-cool, complements, etc.)  will be taught. All paints are provided, as  well as many of the brushes. However,  people are encouraged to bring whatever  small brushes and paints they may have  around, to experiment with. Also, bring all  the black and white photographs that have  some appeal for you. Together we can  discover their "possibilities with color."  atdwwef  A BEAUTIFUL WAY TO SAY  "Happy Thriving''  ^   ��� '       -^  THANKSGIVING is October 8th  Place your Out of Town orders  early and don't be disappointed.  ^jf^jf^jf^^jf^^^^^jf^^^^jf^^jf*^**^.^^^^^^^.^^  TWILIGHT THEATRE  GIBSONS For Times Call 886-2827  *   *****��********************��*****��* J  Date Pad  Sept. 26 ��� Canadian Calorie Counters, 7:30 p.m. Call 806-0354 lor Info,  .  Sept, 27 ~-Robert* Creek Loglon, Branch 219 Bingo. Early Bird 7, regular B  p.m.  Sept. 29 ��� Fall Tea and Bazaar sponiorod by Ladlei' Auxiliary Branch 140,  Sechelt legion Hall 2-4 p.m,   '  Sept, 30 St, Bart's Annual Harvo��t Festival lurkoy Dinner, Church Hall,  5:30 p.m. 006-7410,  Sept, 30  -  Plant Salo iponiorod by Sechelt Sr. Cltlxen*, Sr. Cltkoni Noll,  11 a,m, ���"���-''��� .��,...-...   .......  ��*  Oct. 2 ��� Al Anon, St, Aldon'i, Roberti Creek, B p.m. For Info call BB6- 9041  or 005-3394,  Oct. 2 - Duplicate Bridge, Golf Club, 7:30 p.m, Everyone welcorno, For  Info call 006-2575.  Oct, 6 at 7:30 p.m. and Oct. 7 at 9;45 a,m��� chlldroni film at Pender Harbour Pentecoital Church,  Every Thunday and Saturday ��� Bargain Barn ol Pender Harbour Health  Clinic Auxiliary, 1*3 p.m.      Tueiday- Saturday II a.m, ��� 4 p,m, Art Centre open, Troll Ave., Sechelt,  Beginning Sept, 29 an exhibit ol photograph* by Nomi Kaplan.  USE THIS SPACi TO PROMOTI YOUR ORGANIZATION'S IVINTS,  EVERY SUMMER THE CREAM OF AMERICAN YOUTH  GOESTO SUMMER CAMP- ,  '    AND THE REST GOTO CAMP NORTHSTAR,  OH  *  *  *  *  *  *  f  +  *  from llie PiiMlwri ul"NmloimlUinpnnn't ANIMAL JIOUSE'  BIUL MURRAY,  WED., SEPT. 26  8 PM  THURS., SEPT. 27  8 PM  FRI., SEPT. 28  7PM&9PM  SAT., SEPT. 29  7 PM & 9 PM  SUN., SEPT. 30  7PM&9PM  MON., OCT. 1  8 PM  TUES., OCT. 2  8 PM  MyMBjJHM^A|jhAt  ivwmmbvm  Some suggestive  dialogue and  coarse language.  ((QQEBBBk  COMING NEXT  For Stalling  Tlmo Conllrmotion  I'lnnta Phone  886-2827  m  ���i   --  . .���_ i  ���������-���       '   1 - '          ���--  ���/ Squaringly yours  By Maurice Hemstreet  - Hello dere fellow square dancers, glad  to see you all again and hope that you are  all rested up and ready' for another fun  filled season of fun on the floor with your  favorite square dance club!  .'- Well, on with the square dance news, so  drag up a box, relax and read on as I attempt to unravell what has happened to  date.  ;: Beginner classes are away to a flying  start with caller Harry Robertson on Mon.  evenings from 8 till 10 p\:rhTat the Roberts  Creek School gym with extended classes  and myself at St. Hilda's Church Hall,  Monday evenings from18 till 10 p.m. with  classes from step number-one and we will  be glad to see any one that^ interested in a  change of life style. '���4 >" -\ -,  .'.I Caller Harry and his sweet helper  Deanna Robertson also have round classes  at The Elphinsone Schobi'gym on Wednesday evenings from 8 till 10 p.m. Come  ph out and give round dancing a try, it's  really how ballroom dancing began.  it Sept., 14th ��� The Sunshine Coast  Country Stars got away to a flying start  with myself on stage and oyer three sets on  the floor, one of the best first nighter's I  have ever seen except that caller Harry  was working and it's the first time that we  have not shared the first evening.  Viv and Mary Pallet from The Jericho  Belle Buoys were our special guests and  not to forget that Len and Edy Ryerson  came all the way from California to help  square up on our first night.  As my voice seemed to go bonkers, Viv  Pallot was very nice and did a tip for me  and to square dance to such a great caller  would be like having the first ticket on a  train to heaven. ,  At coffee time our Pres. Lome Bowden,  thanked all of the dancers and guests for  helping to make. The Country Stars first  evening a fantastic success.  Sept. 21 ��� With caller Harry Robertson  on deck and still another close to four sets  ready to take to the floor another evening  of square dancing soon came to an end  with the help once more from Viv and  Mary Pallot and Joe and Vi Rogers from  The Jericho Belle Bouys square dance  club and we wish to thank them for helping  make this another great evening.  Viv and. Mary have been made  honorary members of The Sunshine Coast  Country Stars square dance club, that's  very nice, they are a very special couple  and I would say lot more, except I just ran  out of paper, so we hope to see yuall at the  next square em all up and away we go  dance, Ciao Bambino.  Attend  the Church  of  \ your choice  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Service and Sunday School each Sunday  at 11:30 a.m., Wednesday Evenings 7:30.  All in St. John's United Church,  Davis Bay  . Phone 885-3157,  886-7882,  Sechelt P.O. Box 1514  UNITED CHURCH  9:30 a.m.���St. John's. Wilson Creek  11:15 a.m.- Gibsons  No. 1 IN COLOR T.V.  Now Open Mondays-Saturday, 9:30 am-5:30 pm  SUNSHINE COAST T.Va  >"��" in THE ^P OF SECHELT c.wr..st.  AFTER THE SALE IT IS THE SERVICE THAT COUNTS  HERON CAFE ��� Serving homo cooked food. Licensed. Located  in Lower Gibsons. Open 7 days a week ��� 7 am -5 pm.  FITZGERALD'S ��� Serving Steak and Seafood. Fully licensed.  Located In Lower Gibsons. Open 5 pm 'till midnight. 886-2888.  YOU-DEL'S ��� Delicatessen prepared food, snack bar and light  lunches. Located in the Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons. Open 6  days a week 9:30 ��� 5:30. 886-7922.  ANDY'S FAMILY RESTAURANT ��� Greek and Western cuisine.  Fully licensed. Located ort Hwy. 101, Gibsons. Open Mon.-Sat.  7 am - 9 pm. Sun, 7 am - 3 pm. 886-7828.  *  YE OLDE PENINSULA HOTEL A- Serving Steaks, Pizzas. Fully  ^  licensed. Dining room open '6 days 7 am - 8:30 pm. Food  served In pub till closing. Located on Hwy'. 101 ��� 3 miles west  of Gibsons. 886-9334.  THE HOMESTEAD RESTAURANT ��� Prime Rib, Baron of Beef  and Seafood. Located on Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. Open 7 days a  week 9 am -10 pm, 885-2933. Fully licensed.  GOLDEN CITY RESTAURANT ��� Chinese & Canadian cuisine.  Fully licensed. Located on Wharf St., Sechelt. 885-2511.  VILLAGE RESTAURANT -t- Steak, Seafood and Italian food.  Fully licensed. Locatad on Cowrie St., Sechelt. Open 7 days a  week 7 am t$;w 885-98 H.         ���  HALFMOON INN ��� Regular Dinner Menu, Tues to Thursday.  4:30 ��� 10 pm. Featuring a Smorgasbord Friday, Saturday, and  Sunday 4:30 ��� 10:00 pm. Fully licensed. Located on Hwy 101 ���  8 mllei north of Sechelt. 885-9500.  LORD JIM'S LODOE ��� Brunch 9 am - 1 pm. Dinner Monday to  Sunday 6 pm - 9 pm. Fully licensed, located at Ole's Cove,  Sechelt. 885-2232.  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Movie:  Confd.  Confd.  3:30  Reach for Top  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Nicholas &  Tell Me My  Confd.  Track of  Funorama  Cont'd.  4:00  Co. Canada  Alias Smith  Cougar Football  Co. Canada  Alexandra  Name  Damlen,  the  Cat  Confd.  Confd.  4:30  Hymn Sing  & Jones  Make Me Laugh  Hymn sing  Student Forum  Confd,  Question Period'  untamed  World  Confd.  Confd.  Movie:  Horst Koehler  5:00  News  Husky  Meet The Press  Confd.  Confd.  Blonlc  Tarzan & the  Global Weekend  5:30  Treasures  FootbaU  News  News  Confd.  Vans Woking  Soccer  Woman  Amazons  Cont'd.  6:00  World of  News  Jack Patera  Howi Come  Confd.  News  News  Confd.  Star Trek  Donahue's Best  Family  Feud  Bob Newhart  6:30 .  Disney  Confd.  Prov, Lottery  Beachcombers  Around Here  Prov. Lottery  Out of the Blue  Fall  of Eagle  Confd.  T.B.A.  Battlestar.  7:00  Beachcombers  Mork & Mindy  Out of the Blue  Disney's  World  60 Minutes  Cont'd.  The Virginian  60 Minutes  ,7:30  Kind of Family  Alice  Confd.  Lou Grant  WUdnorcss  Confd.  Galactlca  Confd.  8:00  Super  Spoclal  Mork It Mindy  Movie:  Abba &  Archie Bunker  Confd.  Evening  Confd.  Movie:  Western Front  8:30  Confd.  The Associates  Kid from  tho Raes  1 Day at a Tlmo  Tho   Associates  at Pops  Probe  Make Mine  Cont'd.  9:00  Gift to Last  Movie;  Left Field  Gift to Last  Alice  Confd.  Theatre  Contact  Mink  Movlo:  9:30  Quarterly  Murder by  Confd.  Confd.  The   Jeffersons  Vega$  Confd.  Fast Lane  Confd.  Murder by  10:00  Market Place  Death  Tom Snyder  Markotplaoo  Trapper John,  M.D.  W-5  Confd.  Public Affairs  60  Minutes  Sports I'uge  10:30  Ombudsman  Confd,  Confd,  Ombudsman  Confd.  10 Who Darod  700   Club  Confd.  Confd.  11:00  National News  Confd.  News  News  News  News  Confd.  Confd.  Dr. Dwn Under  Dooth  11130  Night Final  Confd.  Late Movlo  Confd.  ���Face The Nation  Cont'd.  Sign Off  Confd.  Lato Movie  Confd.  Monday, Oct. 1  TJsoT  12:30  HOO  1(30  CHANNEL 2  News  Wicks  Today  Confd.  CHANNEL 4  All" My "  Children  l Life to Live  Confd.  CHANNBL 5  TSayfo?   Our/Lives  The* Doctors  Another   World  CHANNEL 4  CHANNBL 7  Ida Clarkson  Confd,  Marcus Welby  Confd.  2:00  2:30  3:00  3:30  EUko of Night  Take 30  Bob McLean  Confd.  4:00  4:30  0:00  9:30  6:00  6:20  .7lW���  7j30  "8100"  8:30  9:00  9:30  Hoyond Reason  All In Family  Beachcombers  Mary T.  Moore  aenoral  Hospital  Merv a rlffln  Cont'd.  Confd.  Cont'd.  Movie:  Hard Driver  Brady Bunch  Hoppy Days  News  Confd,  Cont'd.  Cont'd,  Carol Burnett  News  Definition  Tako 30  Bob McLean  Cont'd,  News  As World Turns  Cont'd.  Guiding; Light  CHANNBL 8  News  Alan Hamel  Cont'd.  Another  Confd.  M.A.S.H.  Dinah  Confd.  WoruT  Confd.  Movie:  Great Man's  CHANNBL 9  Naturalists  Columbia  Song Ba/  Broad & 'Files  CHANNEL 11  CHANNBL 12  CHANNBL 13  Sanford At Son  Price Is Right  Confd,  News  Mike Douglas  Confd.  News  Cont'd.  News  Confd.  Hapny Days  isMiJsSESEL  1  Confd,  Confd.  fooU��aI  Now Ei  T6T0F  10:30  11:00 ,  11:30  hlte  tadow  m.A.S.H.  W.K.R.P,  ng;Und  vs Green Bay  Coi "  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  To \ Tao Dough  Confd.  Cont'd.  Hogan's  Heroes  News Mag.  Watson. Report  National News  Night Final  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Confd.  Cont'd,  Movie:  Cont'd.  UiW House  on the Prairie  Xontght Show  nniveraary  Llftlo TJouse  on the Prairie  Comody Shop  Stan Kann  ColvfdT  Mary T. Moore  Joker's Wild,,  P.M. Megailne  Whiskers  Cont'd.  ���0,000,000  Man  All About You  Life Around Us  Wash. Review  Spoleto  News  Andy Griffith  Movie:  How I Spent  Donahue  Cont'd.  1 Day at a Time  Love of Llfo  All My Children  Cont'd.  Movlo:  Rescuo from  My Summer  Vacation  Popoyo  Banana Splits  a's Company  Dating Game  Beat the Clook  Funorama  Gllll��an'a  Island  Odd Couple  Battle of Plan'ts  Sesame Street  Confd.  Mr. Rogers  Electric  Co.  News  Confd.  Diffrent  Circus  Strokes  ~5noi Opon"  Dick Cavett  Bugs Bunny  Cont'd.  Ueaver  Bewitched  Cont'd.  GilUgan's  Island  Brady Bunch  Eddie's Father  FUntstones  Carol   Burnett  News,  Confd  T.B.A.  Special  Cont'd.  News  Papal Visit  News Mag!  Watson Report  News  Cont'd,   White  Shadow  M.A.S.H.  W.K.lt.P,  Cont'd'  Head, Hunters  Movie;  Before & After  ��L:  Odd Couplo  Hogan's   Heroes  M'W'  owhart*  Lou Grant  Confd.  News  Late Movie  ConFcT  Coni'd.  T.B.A.  T.ll.A.  T.B.A.  T.ll.A.  T.B.A,  T.ll.A.  "TTTX  pb��'Comes  Sign Off  "Movie:  Stalk the  Wild Child  Confd,  M.A.S.H.  Match Game  Tic Tac uough  In  '"News"'  TTowIywed Game  Morv Griffin  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Family T^eud  Bob Newhart  Vancouver  Cont'd.  Benny    ..  Love Am,  an  Stylo  "Qeyton "Waco  Report ������,  Benny Hill  Late Movlo   Holocaust  Movloi"  Strangers!  Story of Mother  & Daughter  Sports Page  Confd.  V  Tuesday, Oct. 2  raw  12)  1:30     Con  ���mr  3:30  CHANNEL 2  News  "XI ���  Confd,  CHANNEL 4  ���"jnnly  CHANNBL ��  "Edge o| Night  Bob  McLean  srAe  to Live  "Ehira  ren  Days of  Our Lives  The Doctors  Another  World  Confd,  Ooneral  I  4:3  8:00  5:30  A?r&mTyn  Beachcombers  Mary T. Moore  lerv Griffin  Confd.  Cont'd  Movie  CHANNBL *  Naws  Ida Clarkson  Marcus  Welby  Srady liunoh  appy Days  7i��0  News  Cont'd,    .  Happy pays_  Beach for Top  News  Confd,  Confd.  Cont'd.  P.M. Northwest  0ha Na Na  Jr,> Monner_  pF".  Oaieball  layoffs   Deflnlton  Take 30  nob  McLean  Confd.  CHANNBL 7  Newa  As the  World Turns  Guiding Light  T^"'0F  TSoTTfdT  M.A.B.il,  Razimataki  Mlko  Douflaa_  CHANNBL 8  News  Alan Hamel  Cont'd.  Another  "Wr,  "JlBf"11''1'!!!"iLiMjffii^** ������ ���     ' aSMiIjr *���������[������  Cont'd.  Cont'd,  Cont'd,  ont'd.  Confd.  News  W3:  News  Confd;  Cont'd.  Hogans Heroes  Rhode.  danfoV  Mary T, Moore  Joker's Wild  P.MjMafaslne  iifT  oHd���  nfd,  ovla:  TheJ>r_  ���We  ���6,000,000  Man  CHANNBL t  arheels i  agnlflcence  aktng Music  i'rade Offs  1  Confd.  Natural Science  Word Shop  Bundy Speolal  BpoUlo^O   __  Mr. Honors  Electric  Co.  CHANNBL 11  Nowa  Andy Griffith  Movlo:  The Ceremony^  CHANNBL 12  "ConT'dT  Confd.  Popeye  Banana Spllta  Donahue  Confd.  1 Day at A Time  Best the Clook  Turns You On  Stars on Ice  lonal News  Final  Laiarus  Syr  ei..  'ftfflffliUPlL  nitrome  ews'  Corifd.  Carol Burnett  Isiw  liiLBSSL  : 4&m^^~^^- -��U "  81.98 Show             Movlti                   Yankovlo  ���"���'--   ith girtatf    '-������"'���;��� PPHfflt ;;Qf ��      -Twt ;  Once tipon  Dick Cavett  News  Newsmekara  Bugs Bunny  Corifd,  Leave to lleav'r  Bewitched  3's Company  Dating Gamo  llaumatau  Jfunorama   l?nttsJl'i   .,...  rady Bunch  CHANNBL U  All My Children  Cont'd.  Movlo:  The Last  I  nan's Island  Eddie's Father  ffogarrs   Ileroea   Matoh' (  Roman  Cont'd.  Odd Couple  lUttle of Plan'!*  Carol Burnett  News  Confd.  fcont'd".  Man Alive  C*n?d,  ortrwt 't  1��  St  BmsL  Laiarus  Syndrome  Newa  "Vtvenfiji  upstairs,  Downstairs ���-;-  TRon*iviaa  Movie] T.B.A.  Cont'd,  cMfli   M.A.S.H.  Bob Newhart  iieinniw  --Cont'd,    The Palace  -Confd,__; ;___  "Kli'wa   CI,-   i A Men  Ben       Mill  !^     '..Ml,  atoli dame  Joker's Wild  lie Tae Dou|h_  "nJ  IrT urn  family feud  on Newhart  Vancouver  Cont'd.  Game  Cont'd,  Cont'd,  1  ���oTiorTTMaoe  leport  Benny  Hill  Mi. Mm   "BonfX  ���OoiifeV" -  Movlo:  _ Portrait jrtj  "TftrfaSor" "  Cont'd,  Sports Page  M  I  Ja PageC-6  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, September 26,1979  'tfkat's  with Janine  The Lady who called oh the telephone  last week is indeed energetic aid enthusiastic about amateur talent on the  coast.. .her name is Elaine Middleton. She  is the busy mother of five children ranging  in ages from seven to 12, all of whom are  training in the performing arts.  Elaine has been frustrated that her  children have no outlet other than a  competitive one in which to perform, on the  Sunshine Coast. While competition is a  valid vehicle of exposure, it is a limiting  one.  When Elaine came to talk she  presented me with such a mass of information it overwhelmed me. There is a  large volume of untapped performing  energy, from Highland dancers all the way  along the list to a spoon player.  These people are willing to perform  anything from crazy skits to cheering the  sick to something altogether unique for  your party. Elaine and a friend, Mrs.  Margaret Jones have been the coordinators yoi Sea Cavalcade entertainment for the past three years. They  chose to collate as much information as  possible on the sources and outlets of local  talent. The result of their joint efforts  culminated in this appeal put forward by  Elaine:  "Residents on the Sunshine Coast, we  have a gold mine of talent in the performing arts including excellent amateur  and 'student vocalists, instrumentalists,  dancers, gymnasts, acrobats, actors, etc.  "Up until now their major outlet has  been the local yearly Music, Drama and  Dance Festival. This festival is a great  Y.  daniadown  it is so-o-o-o hard lo leave  Daniadown takes pride in the quality, workmanship and wide  selection ot their continental quilts You can turn down the heat  and still keep cozily warm on the coldest nights and tree yoursell  Irom tedious bedmakmg torever  Choose covers, accessories and drapes from a large choice ol  mix match colours in perma press fabric The decorating possibilities are endless, and makes the ideal girt  Drop in and see why Daniadown is the most popular quill in  Canada Dealer list and colour brochure on request  {4 daniadown quilts ltd.  ^���jK Established 1967  Established 1967  Sunshine Interiors  GLENDA SASARATT '  886-7411 or 886-8023  opportunity for them, but it is not enough.  In order to grow as artists there must be  more opportunity for facing an audience.  With this in mind, we aim to form a  "pool" of local talent of all ages and types  in order to serve two main purposes. One,  to give outlets for those involved and two,  to provide a variety of entertainment for  service clubs, Golden Ager groups, the  hospital and general public, etc.  These latter then would have one  number to call for all or any amateur  entertainment needs.  On Monday, October 1 at 8 pirn., there  will be a meeting at 1792 Highway 101,  Gibsons. In this we hope to involve the  entertainers themselves, their art-form  teachers, potential coordinators, etc.  For more information, please phone  886-7879.  We are very enthusiastic about this  endeavor and with much co-operation we  know it will be a success.  If you have ever had the urge to participate ih any capacity wbat-so-ever, in  the entertainment fields go to the meeting.  You have nothing to lose and you can look  forward to an enjoyable evening, with  other folk who share your same interests.  Speaking of entertainment, last week I  sat through a showing of Count Dracula at  the local movie theatre.. Phew, such a  horror film hasn't been seen in this area  for years. Sitting there alone, by the time  it was half-way through, I wished I were  not. '   '   '        .    "   -''  The magnetic effect of Count D. as  portrayed by Frank Langella had me  almost out of my seat and going with him.  The beginning of the show had the appearance of being another corny horror  flick. . .the heroine floating, about her  father's mental asylum in her nightie,  bringing succor to the oddest bunch of  bedraggled lunatics, did not send chills  down my spine.  But as the movie progressed, it became  apparent that the sugary sweet scenes  counterbalanced the horror, making it  even more horrible.  The photography was superb in its  delicate portrayal of emotions-the love  scene where Dracula and his chosen bride'  become one was terrjfyingly exquisite.  Terrible in the sense that such a wonderful  mating between two beings was inherently  evil. It appeared that no expense had been  spared in the set design. ���  The torn throats and various killings  were the more gruesome for their realistic  ' presentation/AttheendTof^the.movie the"  impression it left was even though Dracula  died, evil triumphed and. would continue  on in the womb on his bride.  The philosophical analogy drawn  between good represented by Dr.  Aubenstein (Sir Laurence Olivier) and  evil, Dracula, was excellent. The continuity was a little choppy at times,  therefore, forcing the audience to concentrate in case they missed anything. It  certainly wasn't tedious.  To quote a friend, "It's the best  Dracula movie I've seen since being a  child." I thoroughly agree. . .Well, bats  enough about that.  Surprised to discover Mr. and Mrs.  Boothroyd have been operating the  Twilight Theatre for a total of 15 years,  owning it for the latter seven.  Being a resident here for eight years,' I  have noticed their. slow but sure improvements in the programming and the  physical surroundings.  One recommendation, though, would be  for further improvements in the area of  more comfortable seating.  Up and coming on the weekend at  Cedars Inn���Gary Atkinson with country  and music, folk and light rock, quite entertaining.  >'��� ' ���' ������    I  '���.' "~V���< ''. /.-1.:',   :   i     /  .��\-- '���" >;  ' ���'.' /-.'  SEAN BELL might be a Utile too young to  setting and the calm  contemplate the complexities of life^ but with the sun  surroundings - who cares. .  ARTIFACTS  Art Centre Closure  Sunshine Coast Arts Centre and  Arts Council  Don't panic, it's only for a day. Due to  hanging of the exhibition of photographs  by Nomi Kaplan, the Arts Centre will be  closed during the day on Friday, September 28.  This will be a striking show and there  will be a reception to meet the artist on the  evening of September 28, from 7:30 ��� 9:30  p.m. All are welcome. The exhibit will run  from September 29 through to October 11.  The centre will also be closed on October 12 for the setting up of the crafts  show.  GALLERY SHOP  A special note of thanks from the Arts  Council to Trudy Small who is doing such  an excellent job of running the council  sponsored Gallery Shop located in Lower  Gibsons.  The Gallery Shop offers a varied and  interesting array of artwork and is a great  spot for gift hunting. One can find paintings, stationery; jewelry, carvings,  pottery, batiks, prints and scads of other  items. All are the work of local artists,  many names being very familiar to us cm  the coast.  Trudy tells us the store is sailing along  with some success and she would like  '��� more artists and artisans to bring in their  work   for  selling.   The  Gallery  Shop  % -Oct* @wdttone/i4>  The Bank of Montreal  Sechelt & Gibsons  Branches  wishes to announce a change of hours  COMMENCING OCT. 1, 1979  OUR NEW HOURS WILL BE:  MONDAY to THURSDAY 10 AM - 4 PM  FRIDAY 10 AM - 6 PM  SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS CLOSED  Bank of Montreal  Gibsons  886-2216  ��SHBvll0II  885-2221  maintains a tremendously valuable outlet  for local artists and the Arts Council feels  it is important to encourage its success.  Fitzgerald's restaurant is currently  displaying 16 works chosen from the  Gallery Shop.  CRAFTS SALE  Crafts people should start readying  themselves for our big crafts sale at the  Arts Centre in Sechelt on December 1-2.  The whole building will be devoted to the  sale and seasonal refreshments will be  available.  Booth space will be 10 per cent of ^our  sales, up to a maximum of $50 for the two  days. For further information call Elaine  Futterman at 885-2395.  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AT ELPHINSTONE SECONDARY SCHOOL ��� ON 26tii Sept.  1979 at 8 pm.  Sponsor or) by tho  $5.50 adults ��� $4.50 students and senior citizens     ^ho"1 nof,r<| ���*  T ' li\,^ I'uilHILlilll [ill  TllHUb  I  s Book took  By MURRIE REDMAN  Wednesday, September 26,1879 The Peninsula Times PageC-7  Mmmmmmwmmmmmm_mmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmwmmmmmwmmm��  Bulbs, Winter Pansies, Perennials  - a fine selection of all-  Fall Rye, Fertilizers, Clay Pots  DEAD OR alive, earthworms are a aerating it, increasing absorption ot  great advantage to gardening, local rain and providing channels for plant  worm farmer Mike Baecke says, roots to reach down for food and  Worms  move through the  soil water.  What else do you need  when you have 4M worms  byEVIBLUETH  Michael and Mary Baecke make full  use of nature on their half-acre of land just  off Cooper Rd. Their red worm farm, set  up two years ago, is an interesting  operation to observe.  Michael is now the proud owner of 4  million worms, the result of an efficient  arrangement involving .16 rabbits, two  horses and initially a lot of work. The  rabbit cages are set up directly above the  worm beds and their droppings provide  nourishment for the hungry worms. Horse  manure is mixed in as an added treat.  Earthworms thrive where there is  decomposing oganic matter. They digest  this material and excrete it in the form of  phenomenal rate. Eacfrworm ingests its  own weight in food every 24 hours. The  castings excreted are a sweet smelling  black humus and are the most perfect  plant food known to man.  Both Mary and Michael insist that  gardening with earthworms is far better  than using any available fertilizer. The  Worms move through the soil and aerate it,  increasing the absorption of rain and  providing channels for plant roots to reach  down for food and water. Dead worms add  a further source of nitrogen to the soil. In  addition their fertilizing effect gradually  corrects the PH imbalance in the soil,  allowing a wider range of plants to flourish  naturally.  : Unfortunately the acidity and resinous  castings. This new material;-Tich ffiplanf-' - ^�����������9 ��"?����  nutrients, form��tte-Dls1sim^  ���- _ _, _.     , -  . .   . .     western-coast-of   Ca  The duties of a worm farmer include  regulating the PH level of the soil, ensuring a moist environment, making sure  the worms are well fed, and harvesting  both worms and castings. Michael's  worms eat assorted mulch, including bits  of shredded cardboard. The glue in the  cardboard provides necessary protein that  assists the breakdown of all material  being digested.  Michael set up his worm farm under  the supervision of a company in  Washington. Aside from receiving detailed  instructions and a check-up-visit, the  company also provided Michael with an  electric harvester. The harvester acts as a  great sifter. The earth is shovelled in bit  by bit and while it turns the worms are  separated from the soil, making  packaging an easy Job. During the warm  season, Michael makes a monthly worm  delivery to Washington where the red  worms are sold for trout fishing and bird  feed\  Earthworms eat up organic matter at a  77j/s Top  30 Record  Survey Is  Brought  To You  Each Week  Canada tends to  discourage earthworm breeding, resulting  in poor soil.  Michael feels that it may take some  time before people here are educated  enough to realize the advantages of earthworms for gardening. In the meantime  he leisurely learns as much as he can  preparing for future business. He feels  sure that eventually the market for red  worms will increase and that his little  business will be in demand. Presently he is  working as an ambulance driver. He  enjoys his farm and says, "Some people  come home from work and turn on TV, I  come home and go feed my worms!"  Mary and Michael have been bringing  samples of their worms castings to the  Farmers Market Saturday mornings in  Robert's Creek. They were excited to  discover that many people are interested  in knowing more about worms for gardening, and sold several of their packaged  castings. Anyone requiring additional  Information can contact Michael at 885-  3153.  By MURRIE REDMAN  SPECIAL WHEN !LtT: A VISUAL AND  ANECDOTAL HISTORY OF PINBALL by -  Edward: Trapunski, Doubledayv, Dolphin  1979^18.75.   '���**, \^       .,  Have you ever known the thrill of  seeing a Lazarus ball, that you thought  would bleed as it passed ��� between the  flippers, then suddenly lit up the backglass  when it hit a bumper and went down the  gobble, hole? Only the wizards out there  ; will know what I am talking about. Yes, it  ispinbaU. -      '  Where did it all start? SPECIAL  WHEN LIT tells all about the game from  its early beginnings as bagatelle, a game  of the French nobility, to its heyday in the  penny arcades or the amusement parlours  of today. According to author; Edward  Trapunski: "Heroes are. born and  reputations are made as the machine  blinks, clatters, twangs and.reluctantly  gives up a free game to a stunned and  battle-weary victor."  Not only does Trapunski talk about the  game, but he also illustrates his book with  dozens of photographs oF these silver  gobbling brightly lit monsters. Brash  colours and brilliant lights dazzle the  players who find their favorite board and  try to win that elusive free game. Luscious  gals and brawny males cavort all over the  boards. High numbers of dizzying  proportions line the backgrounds. The  board excites, entices and invites. For  only a few coins you and the machine can  battle it out.  The book tells about the game's  progress from rags to riches. What was  once thought to be a corrupt activity fit  only for hoodlums is now a perfectly  legitimate pastime. Even the very wealthy  have had pinball machines installed in  their recreation rooms.  Why do people become hooked on these  wired-up bingo boards?  - Says the author, for those who do, "the  game becomes an oracle, an instrument of  prediction" so that they can "meet their  real-life problems". Trapunski advises  that the game is just that ��� there are no  big stakes or great flory ��� just the personal satisfaction of winning. It is you  against the board ��� no strings attached.,  Is the end of pinball near at hand? What  about the computer games ��� will they  take over? Despite' higher prices to purchase and play, Trapunski feels the game  will live on. They will be "solid state" and  . more sophisticated, but it will be "solid"  and not as the video games of today which  end like "a cold whiff of existentialism and.  matter -on^ th&i^then disappea&into an^endlesa.yoid", ,...,  Will pinball disappear? No says the  author not "as long as moody strangers  must wrestle with their indifferent fate, as  long as repressed students must take  something in their hands and shake it, as  long as honest men must dance before'  their admirers" pinball will remain.  You will be pleased to know that, the  Cups and Saucers and Beakers with the  Seagull design are back this year, we  should be getting them in this week. Miss  Bee's, Sechelt.  We have a very good selection  of large Tropical Plants  Wicker Ware and Dried Flowers  Soon to have Fresh Flowers  885-3818 Sechelt  WhiMi you new I a muffliM, why (jo lo ;i sttiiiujor? There's a new Superior Muffler  De;itei m town ;incl you probably vilteady know him. 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Elementary    .,Ploihondth��Pon  ��� V-  LeH  Nlo* aijrd round.  The ���Ititntnt't child.  Wtlghi m��ny ��� pound.  J>  raw  Make It!      Carrot Cake  1 1/2 cups cooking oil  4 eggs  1 cup nuts  M/2t��p. spdo ,.  1 tsp. allspice  2 cups sugar  3 cups shredded carrots  2 cups sifted flour    '  1 tsp, cinnamon -.  Mix all Ingredients until well blended. Bake In  greased and floured bake pan 9" x 13" for one hour at  350 F.  Icing  1 Ib. powdered sugar  1 cup margarine  1 - 8 oi. cream cheese mix.  From Craig Flatt PageC-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, September 26,1079  Pender Harbour happenings  Bazaar and Tea  by Doris Edwardson 883-2308  IT SEEMS that once the tourists  leave the Coast, the many different  types of birds return including this  loon which is stretching while the  seagull watches.  OPPOSITE THE RCSV1P IN UPTOWN SECHELT  IS PLEASED TO ADV8SE THAT THEIR  ONCE A YEAR ONLY  OF FLOOR COVERINGS START  BARGAINS ARE TOO NUMEROUS TO  LIST SO DO LOOK IN ANYTIME  BETWEEN WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY  The Ladies Auxiliary to Br. 112 Royal  Canadian Legion are having a Bazaar and  Tea on Saturday, September 29 at 2 p.m. in  the Legion Hall. Many novelties at this  Bazaar, white elephant sale, home baking,  sewing, mystery parcels, plants, tea or  coffee and lots of goodies. Main Raffle is ���  one-half case salmon, electric carving  knife, set of pillow cases. Floor raffle is a  food hamper and there will be a tea ticket  draw.  PENDER HARBOUR SENIOR CITIZENS  BR. 69  On Monday, September 17 at 7:30 p.m.  "the Pender Harbour Senior Citizens Br. 69  Dance opens  Curling year  A "Get Acquainted Dance" will be held  on Sat., Sept. 29; 9:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. at  the Arena. Tickets are $5.00 each and can  be picked up at Davis' Curio Shop on  Cowrie Street. Music by the Music Man,  everyone welcome, especially all you new  curlers;  The Annual Curling Club Meeting will  be held on Sun. Sept. 30 at 1:00 p.m. at the  Arena. We are hbping for a real good turn  out;  Free ice time will be available on  Friday, Oct. 12 for all new curlers and  ��� anyone else who would like to get in a little  practice, instructors will be on hand.  The regular Fun Bonspiel will be held  on Sat., Oct. 13 and Sun. 14. This is a four  ender Spiel to get the hang of it again and  see what shape you're in! To register for  this spiel phone Ed Rennie at 885-2067.  Regular League Curling starts on  Monday, Oct 15 at 7:00 p.m. All Skips are  requested to get in touch with Larry at 885-  9088 to to confirm their rinks.  Here is the second set of exercises to  help avoid those sore muscles I  Purpose: To stretch muscles of  shoulders and upper arms. Repltitions:  Five. Movement: While seated, place  hands in front, raise elbows to the side,  push elbows to the back slowly, hold  momentarily, return.  Purpose: To provide flexibility ln ankle  area. Repltitions: Ten steps each foot.  Movement: Stand, place weight on right  foot; place only ball of left foot on floor,  transfer weight to it, flatten foot to floor,  transfer weight to1 right foot in same  fashion.  held their regular monthly meeting in the  Madeira Park Community Hall and later  they were entertained by Anne Clements  and Sam Lamont showing slides of the  Sunshine Coast along with a commentary  on it. Anyone wishing to join, the Branch  please contact Jack Heidema.   .  FISHY NEWS  Although Joe and Irene Hodgson live in  Summerland now, they still find time to  return to Pender Harbour to see their old  friends and enjoy fishing. This time they  were here for a week and Joe limited out  on three days fishing which included a 23  lb. salmon and a pup seal which he  released.  EVERYONE IS SO KIND  Mike, Linda and family wish to thank  everyone in the Harbour for their help and  kindness received since the fire.  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BR. 112  Meat Draw every Saturday afternoon  from 1 to 4 p.m. There will be full length  motion pictures in the Legion hall starting  in October .and time and dates will be  posted. Shuffleboard and Horsecollar will  start on Tuesday, October 16 at 8 p.m.  NEWBLAV  AIRTIGHT HEATER  -C0NVAIR-  ��� Uses thermo-tube, air-flow  system  ��� One load of wood can heat  a home for hours  ��� Save heating costs  Heat-intensive CONVAIR  heaters give efficient low-cost  heating by picking up cold,  floor air arid heating it up  through thermal tubes placed  In the hot spot of the unit.  Twice the heat in one heater  ���convection and radiantl  Also features cooking surfaces  and antique solid brass  components. Top or rear  models for ease of Installation.  Order yours today.  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