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Array *OIA  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (HoAe.Sound to Jervis Inlet)   including Port Mellon, Hopkins landing. Grgnthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek   Selma Park   Sechelt   Halfmoon Bay. Secret Cove. Pender Hrb . Madeira Park. Garden Bay, Irvine s Landing. Earls Cove, Egmont  2nd Class Mail  Registration No. 1142  i,uneb  Phone.  885-3231  28 Pages���20c Copy  Volume 17 ��� No. 4J  LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Wednesday, October 10,1979  Gibsons to  word Marina  referendum  Gibsons council is preparing the  wording for a marina referendum to be  included in the municipal elections in  November.  Council endorsed Alderman Larry  Trainer motion for the preparation of the  referendum at its regular meeting October 2.  The wording will include whether the  public favors the building of the marina  subject to funding by federal and  provincial governments and at no cost to  the taxpayer.  Council plans to hold a public information meeting on the proposed  marina this month and is preparing also a  brochure on the marina subject.  The brochure will be ready sometime in  early November. So far the rough draft of  the brochure has gone to council, but it  was not prepared to release the details as  yet.  It is believed that the brochure will sum  up Gibsons' policy on the marina as well  as the various reports prepared to date.  The estimated cost of the proposed  marina to be built in Gibsons Harbour is  $1,66 million.  Space for 440 boats would be included in  the marina. So far the response of an  advertisement v has attracted 250 applications for moorage. One figure puts the  brake even point for operating costs at 250  boats.  ' Gibson's council still hasn't decided on  the management details as yet but they do  have several options open to them.  Ferry strike  Ferry workers at Langdale, Horseshoe  Bay and Departure Bay were out on strike ^._ai_m_ ���y,-^;,^,- v  Saturday cutting off the SwKhwe coast <r2&*****&*!"*  from the mainland for one day. '��SKm '  The one day strike was partof the union ��*��te**:  strategy to rotate the steppage over the > , ,. , ,      . ...  long weekend w^Hulis^'rviaresiiming SECHELT  VOLUNTEER Firemen   this fire last Saturday brought them; destroyed a modular storage trailer  on Thanksgiving Monday. t,;" neverseeMtogeti*eweek��rtds^las   out  to   Porpoise   Bay.   The  fire, downed by Len Van Egmond.  Cause of plane crash  still not determined  STUDENTS CONDUCT  Drivers 'took rap'  over bus hassle  A chance for school bus drivers to tell  their side of the story atta meeting with the  School District No. 46 bus committee may  result in a recommendation the school  board formulate a policy governing  students' conduct on the school buses.  Bus drivers met with school trustee Al  Lloyd, Bruce Puchalski and Brian Hodgins  October 1 to discuss problems on the buses  arising from complaints by Pon'Mellon  mothers recently.  "I have a positive feeling that nothing  but good will come out of this," Lloyd said.  "It's going to take time and" it will  require co-operation from everyone."  Though it is a very few students  creating a bad situation for the rest, Lloyd  said he feels the students' 'would like some  form of disipline on the buses."  "The bus drivers have taken the rap for  this thing, which is grossly-unfair.".  Owner of thebus line George Hopkins  said the meeting was an eye-opener "more  so for the trustees than the drivers."  Besides clearing up "a lot of matters in  the continuing saga of the Port Mellon  mothers," Hopkins said, "Drivers got  things off their chests."  . Hopkins added the drivers convinced  the board a new policy should be looked at  with regard to discipline on the buses.  "It's still not clear in my mind what  their (port Mellon Mothers) problems  are," he said.  Each time a problem was explained,  the mothers would counter with another  . and the fault always seemed to lie with the  bus driver, he said.  "I don't think that's fair because I think  .the driver should also be protected from  .the language of the students."  Hopkins says he .has spent $1000 over  the past few years to replce vandalised  seats on the Port Mellon run.  Lee says tapes 'stolen'  Nicholson says 'missing'  ?v **  A charge by Area C Director Charles  Lee that a tape has been stolen from the  Regional Office, has been termed a  "political play to gain free press" by  SCRD chairman Ed Nicholson.  The tape which was taken at an in  camera SCRD management meeting went  missing September 20. Lee'claims it was  stolen and the board has tried to cover-up  the crime.  "The theft of the tape is a crime I am  not prepared to gloss over, and thus  become party to, and fortius reason I have  asked the RCMP to investigate," Lee said.  However, Nicholson doesn't agree, and  has accused Lee of making up an issue f or._  " ffie3tpcrimlng election. ~ *  "! "   ':   J  "There has been no attempt to cover-  up. The tape has probably been  misplaced," Nicholson said.  "Cliarles is deliberately trying^to  create an issue as the election is corning  up. The man is just creating so much press  for himself."  Directors Harry Almond and Joe  Harrison agree with Nicholson.  "That's utter nonsense, it Vis  preposterous to think that someone stole  the tapes," Harrison said  The fatal crash of a Twin Otter floatplane in the bushes off of Porpoise Bay has  been linked to a failure in the propellor  linkage but, according to Ministry of  Transport officials nothing is definite,  "We really dotft know why the plane  crashed yet," said MOT official Leeland.  "We have found possibilities, which we  felt should be brought to the attention of  the owners of Twin Otter," he said.  He also said the copilot of the plane who  was seriously injured in the plane accident  has not been interviewed or questioned.  One of the more seriously injured in the  plane crash has died bringing to two the  number of fatalities.  Meanwhile the crash has touched off a  close scrutiny by MOT Into de Hayjland  Aircraft of Canada's Twin Otter, a popular  15-to 18-passenger alrcraft^offhich about  650 are flying throughout the world.,  Last year, two of the older craft  crashed ��� one in Vancouver Harbour  killing 11 occupants, and one at Point  Barrow Alaska, killing two. The crashes -  are thought to have been caused by  failures in the flap-control rods.  Effective three weeks ago, a year after  the Vancouver crash, the MOT ordered the  flap rods on 421 early Otters to be  replaced.  The Otter which crashed in Sechelt was  fitted with Improved control rods, but it is  believed the threaded rods controlling the  pitch of the propellor may have stripped,  flipping one propellor in reverse and.  sending the plane to the ground.  The rod controlling the pitch is not  normally checked until the engine has  gone through a full cycle and is disman-  throwing the tape in the waste basket."  Still, Lee believes the "stolen" tapes  along with the disappearance of a lawyers  opinion has hindered him in getting a legal  opinion.  "The disappearance of an opinion by  the board's lawyer from the possession of  the chairman, its reappearance and  second disappearance, and having regard  to the horrendous things threatened for  yours truly, Iwas not able to have an  opinion to put before my lawyer," Lee  saidi; -    ..;.  "Absolutely, ridiculous," Nicholson  said of Lee's charge. "Charles could of  gotten the letter dictated over the phone  ���.fc^rii fcw,l*v?/yers at the board's expenser if ���  % wanted.;.' "" ���'���-*���'.'    A-  The Times has learned that the missing  document ironically deals with the legal  and moral responsibilities of members  reieasirig information of what took place  at in camera meetings.  the times also learned from one  director that the in camera meeting dealt  with Hayden Killam's missing statutory  declaration and the board also gave  "Charles Lee a talking to."  Nicholson pointed out the only director  who has ever taken tapes home was Lee  tied.  All of West Coast Air Service's Twin  Otters have since been checked and are  back in'the air.  At an inquest into the pilots death held  immediately following the plane crash, the  matter of the mandatory stop in Sechelt "That's a bunch of baloney," Almond and "that was the reason I didn't report it  was brought to light. toW The Times, "Nobody has anything to to the RCMP immediately," Nicholson  The reason for the Inquest being held so gain by stealing the tapes, said,  early was primarily to place before the MLee ta Just making a bloody nuisance Nicholson, Almond and Harrison all  public the information concerning the CTC oi himself. He is making a big deal out of claim there was nothing of Importance on  regulation. what probably was someone accidentally the tape.  Gibsons gets persistent Lepage  Benoit Lepage of Gibsons proposes to  attend every Gibsons council meeting until  the sewer line is extended to his father's  residence down Burns Rd,  "I am going to be so damn persistent  you people are going to get fed up with  mo," Lepage told council at their Octobor  2 meeting.  Every spring, LePage said, water  which threatens to back up into their  basement must be pumped from their  septic tank.  Council recently agreed to have the  public works department look Into the cost  of tho sower lino extension when LePage  brought tho matter to council's attention  at a previous meeting,  Village clerk-treasurer Jack Copland  Bald subject to an easement through a  property on Burns Rd., the cost is  estimated at $21,700. The next step is to  determine whether the money is available  in the Sewer Utilities Fund.  LePage claims the sewer line is not  deep enough, nor are the manhole covers  ln the right palce,  "I'm not an engineer, but I know"  LePage said.  He said the village "had some cheap  company come In and put the sower line  In."  "We hire engineers because we aro  not," Mayor Lorno Blain said. "And  neither are you,"  "Neither nro they, half the time,"  LePage said.  "We'll get it (septic tank) pumped out  and the village is going to get the bill.  Whcn's the next meeting? I'll be back."  ... Our editorial page moves to A4 Irom Al.  ... Our readers speak out on a variety of subjects A4 and AS.  ... Times' community writers move to A6 and A7.  ... Columnist BUI Bell finally comes ont of the closet and admits to being   a dMuvlabtta pig At. *,.,,���,..���* ���..._..��., ,.���^.������. _.,���.,������..��� ...,_,,��,.���,,.,..^5���  ... Book��6okl6i����at Canadian author John Robert Colombo'!, new book  Other Canadas CS.  ... School District No. IB gets a uew upeech pathologist A*.  Stranded  KATRINA van Bylandt and Sally  Mastfn both ol, North Vancouver  J  ' M'Tjf*        _J         *  WW*.      --So-  made the mistake of coming over to'v�� dayJong work stoppageliirtCthey Langdale   terminal.   The   ferry  the Sunshine Coast for an overnight   tried to get back home Saturday. So workers union plans to continue its  trip last Friday. They didn't realize   with 93 cents In their pockets, they rotating strikes,  that the ferry workers were going on   decided to sleep on tho beach near the  i    i 7.    ������ .4  The Grub Baa  Freezing tec  ues  By Ann  Halloween safety  PageA-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 10,1979  The true freezer hobbyist is always on  the watch for new foods to freeze and new  freezing techniques. By trial and error ���,  here are. a few suggestions which work.  1. Often you can pick up some very ripe  bananas for a song. But suppose there Just  isn't time that day to make a batch of  bannana bread or cookies. In five or 10  minutes, you can mix the banana pulp,  shortening, eggs, and sugar. The mixing  bowl, covered tightly with aluminum foil,  goes right into the freezer along with a  notation that gives the correct amount of  dry ingredients and milk needed to finish  the bread, usually three to four times the  standard recipe. When you have time, pull  out the mixing bowl and finish the job!  2. If you freeze vegetable seasoning in  cubes, you can save time when you cook a  pot roast or soup. Chop and mix together,  green pepper, tomatoes; onions and celery  and freeze in a two-inch deep square pan.  Cut the frozen vegetables into three  inch squares with a sharp serrated-edged  knife, wrap each square quickly in wax  paper. Tuck the wrapped square into a  large freezer bag. Pull out one or two  cubes when you need them.  3. When baking potatoes for dinner,  bake extras to be frozen. The potatoes are  mashed, seasoned with cheese, chopped  green onion, parsley, and light cream and  put back into shells. The exact number of  potatoes needed for dinner are wrapped  together in foil, then reheated in foil after'  thawing. '  4. If your family numbers five or six,  use three-pound shortening, honey or  coffee tins as containers for thick soups or  chili beans. There is never enough in a  quart container for second helpings.- .  '5. When chicken is a good buy, fry four  or five at once. There will be no arguments  ��� everyone will get a drumstick, enough  for two freezer dinners.  Handle chicken breasts the same way.  Use the necks for soup broth. Wrap the  fried wings individually for lunch boxes.  Freeze; save the un-cooked livers for a  special dish. For lunch boxes just reach in  the freezer for fried chicken. It will be'.  thawed and ready to eat by noon.     ' '  .6. When guests arrive unexpectedly,  serve ice cream cake. Start with" a~ tube"  cake, cut it into layers, spread ice cream  between the layers, and put it in the  freezer immediately. When frozen, cut the  filled cake into serving pieces, wrap in foil  and store in a handy spot in the freezer.  Take the cake from the freezer when you  put on the coffee.  For a fancier ice cream cake, use a  tube pan for a mold. Tear cake into chunks  and drop hit-and-miss fashion into the  mold with big spoonfuls of ice cream. Try  a combination of peppermint ice cream  and chocolate cake; white cake with  pistachio and strawberry flavored ice  creams.  Freeze quickly, remove  from  pan,  wrap in foil and store In freezer.  *   ���   *  A lot of people are complaining the mail  is slow. I can't entirely agree, the bills  arrive right on time ��� haven't been late  once!  . Many parents are concerned for the  safety of their children during Halloween  and the Canada Safety Council suggests  the-following safety tips which parents  may wish to discuss with their children  before they set out on their happy expedition. /  1. Wear light coloured, flame resistant  costumes with retro-reflective strippings  so that you are easily seen by motorists.  2, Clothing must be short enough to  avoid a tripping hazard.  Face masks must not obstruct vision.  Make-up is preferable.  4. Make your calls along one side of the  street and then along the other: Do not  criss-cross. Cross the street at intersections or crosswalks.  5. Carry a flashlight to see better and to  be better seen.  6, Travel in groups of four or five.  Young children should be accompanied by  an adult.  -i. Set a curfew and boundaries within  familiar neighbourhoods.  8. Do not enter the house or apartment  of a stranger.  9. Do not eat any gifts until they can be  inspected by an adult at home.  Help keep Halloween 1979 a happy  occasion for everyone!  This Top  30 Record  Survey Is  Brought  To You  Each Week  Sunnycrest  Centre.  Gibsons  886-9111  Use 'Times' Adbrlefs  to Sell, Rent, Buy,  Swap etc.  Christmas Lap Packs or  notes or  . Christmas notepaper, a very light and  easy gift to mail.   ���Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  Announcing...  [Effective Oct. 3]  L  MONDAY 4-9 p.m.  TUESDAY CLOSED  WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, SUNDAY  4-10 p.m.  FRIDAY, SATURDAY 4-12 midnight  Wharf Rd., Sechelt 885-2511  2 1    Bad Case of Loving You      '..... 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Joe Jackson  13 15    Armageddon ,     Prism  '10 16    Hot Summer Night Night  21 17    Hey St. Peter Flash and the Pan  15 18    IWasMadeforLovin'You  Kiss  23 19    Rolene .��� Moon Martin  17 20    Gold John Stewart  22 21    Girl of My Dreams Bram Tchaikovsky  25 22    Gotta Serve Somebody Bob Dylan  27 23    Sail On....< Commodores  18 24    Does Your Mother Know  Abba  30 25    3 Dressed Up As A 9 Trooper  29 26    Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin' Journey  19 27    Getting Closer Wings    28 * Girl's Talk     Dave Edmunds  24 29    Nobody Doucette  ��� 30    Shako, Shako Zwl  THE  &&W;.*8w?.j>  S5S8B  '3V,  be  ttttf>  Reg.��7M.  Reg. '8'\  ALL RECORDS   NOW *4"   NOW 'J"  He^^^-% ***��  "" **,.    Rod Stewart \  MANY, MANY MORE  TO CHOOSE FROM  WE HAVE5?ASSETTE  A 8 TRACKS  TAPES  &,  ���<$:���-������  auoio amu  COMPONENT STEREO PACKAGE  HR620 Stereo Receiver AM/FM 15 Watts per ch.  MR 125 belt drive, auto shot off turntable  Complete with magnetic cartridge and diamond  needle.  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Seaview    Place,  Hwy    101,  Gibsons  LI 1111 llf1lllf"lr  '   H1B1M ����������������� 1 K*  lull I KUniuo & Hr rUHrn/EO  SEAVIEW PUCE, Highway 101. GIBSONS   Direct line 922-2017  8S&  9733  CONGOUUM �� -~g. ^  SAVINGS  UP TO CAO/OFF  50  Wt WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD  M*  SEAVIEW PUCE, HlghWay 101, GIBSONS  y  886-2417  T PageA-3  Budget layer pack no. 3  5 lb. box ..  ���Jiyj  gov't inspected grade A beef  rump  boneless ..  $999  .    iJeach  r1'"   7-  $029  .. .lb. fc  gov't inspected, previously frozen  chicken breasts  or legs  in 5 Ibbags     $129  lb. JL  Wiltshire  skinless  sausage  lb. JL  09  Oven fresh assorted  cookies  Mrs. Wlllmans single  chocolate roll,  Westons Sunbeam  family bread  white or 80% whole wheat ���  peanut biitter   $|W  500g far ..:. 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Blue Bonnet  margarine  1.36 kg pkg.  ,.' ������. i  ' *W,,^ 1  s.-irVX'"  Prestone  antifreezel  4 litre Jug  / - i>  PageA-4  The Peninsula Times    w mikt  Wednesday, October 10,1979  80) ����a:��� .bo* /...,.���:," Av\ 7#&?M'*^s  ��*fe��. Porker -!Reportei/Ph��*og^er,';  Jennifer Himte ��� Dwk&om.Te^tt^an v. ttG)^  .��� "i* rludfc Fi^sratd��� "~~  �����  ........ NEWS ITEM...... BEEF PRICES TO 60 UP A6AIN    My kingdom for a berth  "My kingdom for a horse." In Gibsons the more suitable phrase is my  kingdom for a boat berth.   Which is why the coming referendum in Gibsons on the Municipal Marina is  so miportant-we need a place to moor boats.  Anyone who has ventured down to Lower Gibsons during the summer  months and has seen the mess and tangle of recreational and commercial craft  in the harbour is well aware of the problem.  And unlike so many referendums municipal governments and regional  boards try to pawn off on the taxpayers, Gibsons Council has done its  homework and has done it well.  If our information is correct, the people of Gibsons can expect to have all of  their questions answered before they have to mark the ballot.  We will be told exactly what we are getting, how much it will cost as well as  future costs. ;'.  If the new marina gets the electoral okay it will be arriving just in time for  those merchats in Lower Gibsons.  If you haven't noticed, Lower Gibsons has been suffering economically over  the past few years. The Co-op has gone under - the blame was soley placed on  the location.  We believe a new marina close by will revitalize one the .Sunshine Coasts'  most picturesque spots.  Not only will the building of such a project pump money into the Gibsons's  economy, but if done properly will be of a great service to those people who  presently have no facility to moor their boats.  The demand is great and this type of concept would fit in with the lifestyle of  the Sunshine Coast.  Protestors taking wrong route  "What's all the fuss about a powerline?" is the title of a pamphlet we found  tacked to our door Saturday morning.  Its says B.C. Hydro has already begun construction of a 500 kv transmission  line from Cheekye to Dunsmuir on Vancouver Island. So what's so new about  that - well for one thing it makes several other statements which are either  misleading (false advertising?) or they know something we haven't been  told about by B.C. Hydro.  First of all the pamphlet says the total cost will be over one billion dollars. If  the Cheekye Dunsmuir Victoria Alliance is able to forecast over-runs so well  maybe they should be hired by B.C. Hydro.  They also say the line won't produce one watt of energy it may be a small  point but most hydro lines - in fact all hydro lines doht produce electricity ���  hydro dams do.  It goes on to say that a public demonstration is their last recourse and on the  accompanying poster it talks about public disobedience to be carried out on  Texada Island. 4  This along with their hyped speculation cannot be condoned by resporisible  citizens. As much as this paper feels B.C. Hydro has given the residents along  the proposed line a bad deal, we don't believe it calls for destroying public  property such as the surveying markers.  Certainly all of the legal options open to the alliance have not been played  out. There has been no attempt to put the matter before the courts. That is the  route which should be taken.  News arid Views  Obnoxious kids  by Helen Parker   }  Someone Is always saying* that because  a few kids are obnoxious does not mean all  kids are from the same mold. To twist  something like that out of all proportion,  you could even say just because a few  mothers are complaining does not mean  every bus driver is ready to toss a kid off   probably why I'm not a school trustee. I  the bus at the first audible obscenity.  There are a few things I consider odd  about the recent episode of the Port Mellon  mothers v. school bus drivers. I find it odd  the mothers of Port Mellon thought it was  necessary to contact Lower Mainland  newspapers, radio and television stations  to guarantee action from the local school  board.  I find It odd to see three of the mothers  at the school board meeting September 29,  after the fact, and It was definitely the first  meeting I've ever seen them attend.  Even more odd, Is that George  Hopkins, owner of the school bus line, has  found it necessary to replace more seats  sr. U.v. i'^'i, Muiion run because of vandalism than on the others.  And while Pm at it, the petition which  the mothers so diligently passed around  contains at least one signature of a person  ****0**/%****r\0+0,*r\t***S_*S^^  THEPENINSUUvTrVrte*  Published Wudnesdnys al Sechelt  on U.C.'s Sunshine Cousl   ���������- ^y �� -  The Peninsula Times  lor Wcstprcs Publications Lid.  at Sechelt, B.C,  llox 310 ��� Sooholt, H.C.  VON MO ]  Phono 88S-.123I  Dlv. 7, Secholt Hlcmoiitiiry  Unhurt Foxnll  Vein Gleobreclil  Dentils Gnty  Maurice Hemst reel        :  Jeanie Norton  Murrle Redman   *- v-.*~��---~Bruw-Hobln��on''''*-������- - *-  . ���...,,.,.. ..*.���..,Guy.Syiiioiuh< ,-.~       ^��  Mnilon Alsager  Pc^gy Connor  Darin Edwardson  Mary Tlnkloy-Shnnnon  MEAT  SPECIAL  *4��Ul  L  lnwiul(i.tl)m  <J  Letters to the Editor  Critic Bill Bell is in "sad shape  99  Editor, ^The Times:  Fm writing in response to an article  published last week, written by Bill Bell.  The* article was headlined, "Up With  People, good but slick."  . I disagree totally with your condescending attitude towards the two hour  performance that was. given. If you  thought the message of "peace and  goodwill," was too American, then think  again. Many people in our own coutry  would like to see "peace and goodwill,"  happening throughout the world.  The reason the Canadians were pointed  Please contribute to Care  whose child has long since graduated. I'm  surprised the school board, who at first  came off looking like a bunch of idiots as a  result of the dally newspaper coverage  could still be so gracious about the whole  thing, when I would have .,. well, that's  really don't believe some of these children  are the innocent parties we've been led to  believe.  Perhaps it is because I rode on the Port  Mellon bus for two years and remember a  few of the kids who still ride the buses. A  small number of the then elementary  students were never content to sit still and  behave themselves on the bus, and unlike  a good brandy, they don't seem to have  improved with age.  Editor,  The Times:  The devastation of Hurricane David in  the Dominican Republic ��� the continuing  human misery of the "Boat People" in  Southeast Asia ���- recent civil wars in  Nicaragua, Uganda and Chad ��� the  looming famine in northeast India ���  today's list of emergency crises facing  CARE, the international relief and  development agency.  CARE, which has earned a remarkable ^  record in the emergency wards of thei"f  world over the past 33 years, is involved in  each of these "disasters" delivering vital  and effective CARE aid to hundreds of  thousands of people in a time of intense  human misery. <  CARE reaches those people who simply  could not make it without outside help.  Their lives were often filled with "normal" misery before war, wind, water or  famine took away what little they had.  Compassionate people of British  Columbia join those across Canada and  throughout the United States in showing  their concern for the needy by sending  dollars to CARE. CARE multiplies those  To err is human  Editor, The Times:  "To err is human."  I wonder if to much has been made out  of Mr. Mullens mistake at Port Mellon,  surely his record of 23 years driving with  out mishap is sufficient. .'..���/  My two oldest children have ridden the  bus for the last six years and could always  rely on Mr. Mullens arriving at approximately the same time each day,  since his departure the time range has  been as much as 45 minutes, the children  either miss the bus because It is early or  they have to stand at the side of the busy  101 Hwy. for up to 45 minutes.  I for one would like to see Mr. Mullens  back on the Job.  Jennifer B.Skea.  Hopkins Landing, B.C.,  dollars with free commodities and large-  scale purchases to deliver $6-8 worth of  Life-sustaining assistance for each donated  dollar.  We urge all British Columbians to  contribute generously to CARE in this  period of special need and if they have a  specific concern to mark their donation  "Hurricane Relief", "Boat People", "War  Relief", or "Famine Fund". Unmarked  donations will be applied to the area of  'most urgent need when received.  x -Send donations to CARE Canada, P.O.  Box 86668, North Vancouver, B.C., V7L  4L2. GlenRingdal  . B.C. Representative  CARE Canada  out so clearly was because the person  who was introducing the cast, thought we  might relate better if we knew there were  'others, like ourselves, on stage performing. And why shouldn't he?  Canadians are great.  If you thought the show was enjoyable  and a "great, deal of pleasure," why  couldn't you just say that and skip all the  useless criticism?  I think you're in pretty sad shape if you  can't sit down for an interesting evening  and just enjoy yourself, without criticising.  every little thing that makes you uptight.  The people of the community really  enjoyed the evening of entertainment  given by the "Up With People" cast, as it  brought some light into our lives.  We certainly didn't need you to write an  article, cutting down something positive in  our community. .Thank goodness there  aren't,too,,, many people like you "with  ��� negative a'ttitudes in our community.  Thanks for nothing.  LuthMcCaughtrie  Sechelt  Lee claims tape  was stolen ,  Editor, The Times:.   .  At the close of the Regional Board  meeting of 27th Sept., I raised the  propriety, of a, tape having been made of  the "in camera" meeting of the 20th. This .  tape was stolen from the offices during the  night of the 20th. The Board Chairman  urged that the RCMP not be called in as  the papers would get hold of it. I and two  other Directors did not agree. It was not  until Monday, 1st October that a report  was given to the RCMP "just for in-^  formation" and of course after it was .  patent that your Editor had the facts. The  companion piece to this wish to coverup  was the disappearance of an opinion of the  Board Lawyer from the possession of .the  Chairman, its reappearance and second  disappearance, and having regard to the  horrendous things threatened for yours  truly, I was not able to have the opinion to  put before my lawyer.  The meeting of 27th, reached a low I  can not recollect, from half a century of  such meetings. I deplore the gratuitous  insult to the Deputy Mayor of Sechelt and  some time Board Vice Chairman Morgan  Thompson who waited three hours to be  recognised and speak on a matter of a  Ministerial meeting, and was denied, on  an invented rule of order. I condemn the  Chairman for permitting insulting words  to be used to Board members who have  consistently given of their time, freedom  and money to attend Higher Government  meetings in order that they may more  intelligently understand and adminster  their office, without reproof. The  suggestions that no action be taken on  certain other matters "as an election is  coming up" is degracefull, and in this  category was placed Coopers Green.  My presentation of the Coopers Green  matter, of 23 years of injury,, infamy and  injustice was aborted despite the fact that  I "had the floor". I give notice that if this  75 year old widow's cause was the drily  one/l will stand again for election. Efforts  will be made to obfuscate this issue with  comments and complaints from people in  her vicinity. If this is the criteria for  Regional Board action against a citizen,  we are closer to Fascism than we think,  and half the people on the coast had better  look to their own situations. The real issue  is, what has this old lady suffered from  Region, and Provincial Governments,  what do they want from her, and how do  they propose to get it, and if they get her  land what will they do with it, and at what  cost to the citizenry of Area "B".  A frighteningly ominously amoral  pattern emerges from a study of the  behaviour of the Regional Board these last  twelve months, and a Senior Government,  study is clearly of the essence. The theft of  the tape is a crime t am hot prepared to  gloss over, and thus'become party to, and  for this reason I'have asked the RCMP to  investigate.       - charlesLee  Regional Director  Area"C"  A fine line  A child's world  i��^  by Bruce Robinson  While being an adult does have its  advantages, a child's world is more often  filled with that raw ecstasy. Unabashed,  uncomplicated fun. Remember all of us  pudgy little cherubs, eating, jaw-breakers  and waiting impatiently for our tongues to  turn charcoal black. Little girls recreating  Peyton Place with their dolls, little guys  playing street hockey from dawn till dusk,  everybody stopping briefly for baloney  sandwiches���hold the mayo please���that  somebody's mother slapped together with  marshmellow bread. Ah yea, those were  the days.  And when you were young, you didn't  even have to like girls���and God knows, if  you had ever realized how much they were  going to cost you, you probably would have  kept playing streethockey instead of  making that first fatal phone call to Mary-  EUen-Janey-Sue. The only reason you  made that call in the first place was that  Little Billy and all your other friends  convinced you they were taking girls to the  Mayday Ball, and if you didn't bring one,  you'd be left to simper and whine in the  corner while all the other twelve year olds  danced up a storm;  Of course, when you arrived at the Ball  with Mary-Ellen-Janey-Sue after  reassuring her momsy that you would not  sell her daughter to Turkish slave traders,  and yes, you would walk her home right  after the dance, you found the boys had  been pulling your leg. They had never  intended to bring girls to the dance, but  they got a lot of pleasure out of the fact  that you did. They guffawed for about ten  minutes, and your cheeks discovered new  shades of crimson while Mary-Ellen-  Janey-Sue, smelling a rat, began to lose  the Catherine de Neuve voice she had been  using on you, and the more familiar nasal  affront demanded to know what the boys in  the corner were sniggling about. Soon the  guys went back to playing soldier while  Born again sexist conies out of closet  Oh woe is mo. I've finally been found  out ono* worst yet, my cover was blown by  an employee of another paper -7 Press  reporter Margaret Webbhas revealed the  truth about me and now I'll have to 'fess up  and spill the entire can of beans.  As you are probably well aware by  now, Margaret, In a letter to the editor ot  this paper called the headline which I  wrote "sexist" and "condescending."  Well folks, it's time I came out of the  closet and into the bright lights of Wharf  Road with my own true confession now  that Margaret is hot on my trail -7 I'm a  born again* sexist, a member of the church  of male chauvinistic pigs and the grand  maleness of the Knights of Male  Superiority.  My station in life is not to servo  mankind, but rather to be served by  womankind. If God had wanted women In  tho business world he would have given  them a subscription to Business Week,  The church is a small fleet, but grows  larger with every now demand by the B.C,  Carillon  With Bill Bell  let him change the child's diaper tonight,"  are their constant battlecriea,  We're fed up with hearing about women '  who want to be on men's NBA basketball  teams and we're disturbed at the erosion  ���of the English language,  Words such as Aldorporson Instead of  alderman, letter carrier instead of  jmatlnum and staff tho office Instead of  man the office. Itfs enough to drive a  huMANwUd.  Wo're not the beer-gutallng, pot-bellied  T-shirt and dirty underwear type either -  Status oT WoW,EMorUuu> wo  of constantly hearing "bout the plight of ore unlverslty^educated professlo  women and bow they are put down for who, have rebelled against fern]  being female. propaganda which is taught in our In  ,   Whine, whine, whine, that's all they   statutes, of higher learning.  seem to do. "Equal pay for equal work,"  and "Uppity women of the world unite ���  Women do have a place ln society ���  nurses, secretaries and ln the kitchens.  They are here to serve man and to incubate future generations ot mankind.  The goal of the church is to infiltrate  certain segments of society where we will  be able to turn the tide on feminism and  got sexism back to where it belongs, in  government, ln the schools and In the  media.  Yes, I am a born again sexist,,.Ibelieve  In the superiority of man, tho fragllonosa  ot women and most of all "motherhood."  And If you believe that, wait until next  week when I toll you all about my personal  *ww'flp,SWwP^I^',^^���^,w^ *W*^*w*wwp#*i|MpWi|pM|��^ r^PwSlkfttt^PflWTOW^^p ���  really is a nice guy-just a little misun  wrsfood,  EXCUSES EXCUSES  I absolutly refuse to'take the blame for  all of those grammatical errors in last  weeks column, Believe me, I don't spell  golf club "gold club" and I do know the  difference between was and were.  . The big problem was the air accident  which threw everything ln to a tizzy and  deadlines were not met.  So please don't blame me because al dl  ndkfjdosld.  My first real taste of country life was  spoiled by my own studldlty last week  when I was out in the woods cutting logs  *fo*flr*tced,  A friend of mine (also a city slicker)  had obtained permission from the owner to  cut firewood on some land which was  being cleared.  "I'll leave a log right up front which  you can use," said the owner.  We borrowed a chain saw, and a truck,  up wo went to cut a nice-looking log left for  us. We had it cut in two hours flat and Just;  when we were about to load up the last log,  along comes the contractor.  "What In the world are you doing?" he  asked?  ����,.4.tOttttlftg-4lM^eod^  iw \!fl'J'$��^v.^^aaWI)aiWWlirwi%il'WaiPPapa(Bfc V^ar ���  just cut a |50 cedar log into pieces which  aren't even going to be good firewood."  Allot which goes to prove you can take  the city slicker out of the city, but you  can't take the city out of the city slicker.  Mary-Ellen-Janey-Sue looked around  desperately for female class-mates, and  you wondered what the chances were of  finding a Turkish slave trader in the school  gym.  Still, you could always laugh about it  later with the guys. Once you got even,  that is. One of the favourite tactics in  seeking revenge was to write a note saying  all kinds of nasty things about a teacher  and then sign it with the name of whoever  you wanted to smear. Then you'd just  leave it in the vicinity of the teacher's,  desk, on the floor usually, where he or she  was bound to find it. Once the teacher had  read that Little Billy thought their nose  looked like a deformed mushroom, or that  Billy thought they walked like a duck, they  tended to make Billy's life miserable for  three or four days. Grudgingly, Billy  recognized the justice in your retaliation,  and everybody became friends again.  One of the most pleasing aspects of  childhood was that adults tended to do  everything for you. They set up your  medical and dental appointments, they  bought your* school supplies, they signed  you lip for soccer, they placated neighbours whose roses you trampled playing  kick-the-can, and they covered for all the  rest of your misadventures by telling  victims of your hyper-activity that they'd  make sure you never tried to ride their  Dachshund again.  Yes, you were free to attend Tarzan  matinees, collect baseball cards, and fry  up lizards in your grandmother's wok,  because all tho rest was taken care of for  you. All you were required to do was to  come ln off the street occasionally, and  maybe once ln a while make your bed.  That still left ample time to wolf down  cookies, watch television, conduct  chemistry experiments ln your bedroom,  and sneak your cat tho creamed corn  which, you told your beaming mother, was  absolutely delicious.  The greatest dilemma you faced was  trying to put forth a solid case in favour of  taking Sunday communion with the Green  Bay Packers and tho Chicago Bears instead of Reverend Phibbs. Your father  secretly hoped that you would win tho  argument, because he would rather have  watched Bart Starr throw a pass than  listen to your mother miss the high note ln  "Onward Christian (Soldiers." Besides, it  was easier to sneak a beer by your mother  than It was to get one by Reverend Phibbs.  Life Is uncomplicated to a child. There  are no grey areas. Things are good or they  lire wtUtw A ^ -  sound like n*omebfM!y ip^ndlng their,last  few pain-wrecked minutes on earth. On the  other hand, to witness kids enjoying  themselves is to witness what is essentially an illegal act. Nobody should be  allowed to have that much fun. \ >���  ^*~  V  Wednesday, October 10,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageA-5  Reader not amused either  trustees  Editor, The Times:  From: St. Mry's Hospital Board of  Trustees  In response to public questions  following, Sunday's tragic airline crash,  we, the Board of Trustees, feel obligated  and proud to be able to advise the community that the newly expanded facilities  of St. Mary's Hospital, the medical,  nursing and. all other, hospital staff,  Letter writer "near  Editor, The Times:  The near-hysterical reaction of a few  letter and editorial writers to the request  of the Golf Club to use a portion of the ~  recreation land lying, to the east of its  present property calls for a response. Only  * when the facts are put before the public  can an informed opinion be arrived at as to  whether or not the Golf Club's position has  merit.  The Sunshine Coast Golf Club was  formed by local citizens eleven years ago.  They started with nothing but an idea and  a common goal to do something about  creating, through hard work, a  recreational facility for the benefit, enjoyment, and fitness of the present  community , and future generations. An  investment in dollars and energy by, many  people over those years has resulted in this  club becoming one of the most highly  regarded nine hole golf courses in the  entire province. It is a credit to the Sunshine Coast, a developed/green belt area,  and a source of health and relaxation tV  hundreds of citizens.  Many people have already retired here  because of the presence of the golf course,  and many more will undoubtedly do so in  the future. It is a tourist attraction of  considerable merit as evidenced by our  guest register. During 1979 visitors from  Australia, South Africa, Europe, the  United Kingdom, and from 132 towns and  cities throughout Canada and the U.S.  have enjoyed playing the course: Their  comments are a tribute to our climate, the  beauty of our. environment, ~and , the ~  hospitality of those they have met on the  course.  Our presentation to the Regional Board  contained the following facts:  1. Our membership now numbers 449.  2. In the first seven months of this year  in addition to rounds played by our  members, over 6000 rounds were enjoyed  by. the general public. As of thedate of this  writing this number has reached 8500 ���  men women, and youths as well. ���  3. The Golf Club is a non-profit society  operating under the Societies Act to  provide a golf facility for whoever wishes  to play. No member owns any part of this  course. To put the situation in perspective,  think of the ownership of St. Mary's  Hospital which is owned and operated by  the St. Mary's Hospital: Society. No  member of that society owns any part of'  the hospital. Similarly, no member of the  Sunshine.Coast Golf and Country Club  owns any part of the golf course.;  This simple fact appears to have  escaped the anti-golf club writers who  refer to members as private interests out  after public land. What nonsense!  What the Golf Club Executive has been  exploring is permission to use some of the  'Scurrilous' attack oh board  Editor, The Times: '-  The letter written to Regional Director  George Gibb by a Frank West appearing in  your paper is an undeserved and  scurrilous attack on he SCRD directors.  The representatives of the Golf Club  who appeared before the SCRD board  made a sound and factual presentation  supporting their request to be allowed to.  use some, of the designated recreational  land adjacent to the club.  The board considered the presentation  on its merits and referred it, properly, to  the planning committee' for detailed  consideration andpossible inclusion in the,,  overall proposed parks plan. There' was no  emotion or ulterior motive in the board's  decision to do so. Theirs was a sound, well  considered action. Facts are required  before sound decisions can be made.  Mr. West must have a devious mind to  write that vituperative letter. He would be  well advised to be more certain of his facts,  before making such allegations as he has  in his attach on SCRD.  J.N.W.Budd,  Sechelt, B.C.  "Scurrilous"  Editor, The Times:  What is all this nonsense about the Golf  Club wishing to extend their boundaries to  include 45 acres of Cliff Gilker .Park?  If they want or think'they need more  space, how about acquiring property on  any of the1 otfier three present boundaries?  Though some of us are still able to climb  mountains and enjoy nature's bounty,  there are some of us who can no longer do  so.  Cliff Gilker Park is our "mountain"  retreat.  Doreen Gust  o f its employees  carried out their duties extremely well,   people are to be routed to St. Mary's  The casualties ranged from critical to   Hospital. For the past few years a lot of  minor bruises and abrasions. attention'has been focused on local  A disaster is an occasion wherein an ; planning for medical care of the disaster  excessive number of' seriously injured   victims. This has been producing mass  injury which has prepared our health care  institutions to utilize and expand resources  and facilities and planned Disaster  Programs.  , The,four components that make up  Disaster Medical Care are: *��� scene  response; 2. transportation; 3. hospital  facilities, and 4. effective communication.  ~~ We, the Board of Trustees, are pleased  to inform the public that the response from  the outside and inside components was  spontaneous and praise should be given to  physicians, healthcare personnel, RCMP,  firemen, ambulance attendants; first aid  attendants and all other volunteers for  their immediate.action and organization  during the disaster.  The transportation of patients from the  disaster scene to the hospital was a difficult task and prime concern was shown  for all crash victims. The system employed on Sunday showed a well organized  plan that should not go unnoticed.  ' We are pleased about the high quality  of care given by all of those who assisted.  By the performance demonstrated  during the disaster, the expectations of the  hospital team have certainly, been met.  The spontaneous response from  hospital personnel and other individuals  was excellent.  We are justly proud to be associated  with the team who performed above and  beyond the call of duty on Sunday  following the air crash.  The Public should now be very confident that the health care facilities,  equipment and personnel are prepared for  any type of disaster, regardless of the size  or nature.  N.Vucurevich  Administrator,  St. Mary's  land, leased to the SCRD and designated  as recreational land, for the possible  further development of a bona fide  recreational facility:  It was upon listening to these facts that  the Board, in its wisdom, referred the  matter to the Planning Committee for the  possible inclusion of this project in the  overall parks program. That decision was  sound and deserves to be defended against  uninformed attack by a small but vocal  group. The democratic process must be  allowed to work in this case, not be  smothered by distortions of fact by a few.  When all the facts, are in, the general  public should then be presented with the  true picture, and the final decision made in  proper fashion.  One thing must be made clear, the Club  is not asking for tax dollars to develop an  addition. It has never received a nickel so  far and has in fact contributed tens of  thousands of tax dallars on its present  facility. This future development employs  two principles: user pay, and the greatest  good for the greatest number.  Let's trust the letter and editorial  writing will cease until the work of  planning and study based on community  benefits by both parties' is completed.  There will be plenty of time for letters and  editorials, biased and unbiased expressions of opinion at a later date when  final decisions are. to be made by duly  elected representatives.  L. P. Todd.  President  Sunshine Coast Golf and. Country Club.  Up With People "exciting"  Editor, The Times:  Elphinstone School Gym was almost  filled to capacity last Wednesday night  and for a very good reason. "Up With  People" produced a fast-moving exciting  show which held the audience's wholehearted attention and participation  throughout the evening.  How refreshing to see such clean-cut,  exuberant young people obviously enjoying themselves. This was one occasion  when Sunshine Coast residents didn't  seem to mind paying a little bit more to see  a first-class show.  I hope we can entice them back to the  coast again���I will be first In line to buy a  ticket.  Sylvia Gentles  The bird wasn't a loon but...  Editor, The Times:  I have enjoyed your paper for these  past twenty years, though of course at  times I have not agreed with your  viewpoints.  The reason for this epistle is that ln the  past Sept. 26 issue your photographer's  picture on. the last page, of a supposed  loon, is in reality, a Brandts' Commorant,  one of our winter residents.  A loon, will never be seen in this  position, v  Not a criticism ��� just a friendly  correction.  W.H.Calbick  Sechelt  Date Pad  Oct. 10 ��� Canadian Calorl. Count.n, 7:30 p.m., 666-8354 for Inlo.  Oct. 11 ��� Robert* Creek Legion Br. 219 Bingo, ���arly bird 7, regular 6.  Oct. 12 ��� Family Dane, featuring "Chlldgrov.," Robert. Creek Community  ,���.���,.Ha!l,..8���p,muSp9  Seaview Market.  Oct. 13 ������ Robert* Creek Firemen'* Bingo, Community Hall, 6 p.m. Tlcketi  at Seaview Market, TJ'�� Sound & Sechelt Family Market,  Oct, 13 -~ Parliamentary Procedure! Workihop, Elphlnttone lunchroom,  Glbtont, 9 a.m.. 4:30 p.m., call 689-3312 (or registration.  Oct. 14 ~ St. John'* United Church Sunday School for 4, 5 A 6 yr old* ��tart��,  9:30 a.m.  Oct. 16 ��� Women'* Aglow Fellowship meeting, 11:30 a.m. Harmony Hall  for lunch, Baby.Uteri available. Women of all ag.t welcome, call .886-   7*26 lor Info,      ���-"     ' *'���"'��� "��� ���������<������."������< ������"�����:���������  Oct, 16 ��� Al Anon, St, Aldan'*, Robert* Cr.ek, 8 p.m, For Info call 006-  9041 or 683-3394.  Oct, 19 ��� "The Story of Carl Jung". 3 one half hour film* pre��ented by.  the Robert* Creek Edgar Cayc. Study Oroup, Wilton Creek Hall, B p.m.  Donation*.  Oct, 20 ��� Oood Cltlren of the Year Banquet honoring Jack Mocleod,  ���pon��ored   by   th.   Sech.lt   Chamber   of   Commerce,   Panthenon  Rettaurant, 7:30 p.m. Ticket* at Campbell'* Shoe*,  Ocl, 20 ��� Port Mellon Hotpltal Auxiliary Silent Auction 1:30 ��� 3 p.m., hall  above Ken't Lucky Dollar.  Qet, 22���- tunthlne Ceatt Art* Council monthly meeting, Art Centre,  Sechelt, 8 p.m.  Oct. 37 ��� ftoWrt* Creek legion IA No. 219 Satoor, legion on lower Pood,  11 a.m. ��� 3 p.m, Baked good*, Whit. Elephant*, Olfti, Door Prlte,  Dec. 1 �� 2��� ChrUtma* Craft Fair, Art* Centre, Sechelt, Ph, 685-2393 for  more Info.  . Jf" BIS Mm TO. rROMOTUrOIML OiOAHOATIOHT *<flNTS,  irt Mil. CAU ��853331.  ������  u  Editor,._  The Times:  Your, editorial "We are not amused"  (Times, 3rd October, 1979) is well taken.  The refusal of the Regional Board to let  Aid. Thompson speak is inexcusable and is  similar to what happened at a Public  Hearing a few weeks ago where a similar  ruling was made. .  This was a meeting to consider several  zoning applications and it was attended by  a standing-room-only crowd.  < One would have thought that the  number present would have indicated to  the C!hairman. and members of Council  that at least a good number of taxpayers  were concerned about the proposed  rezonlng applications.  However, when several questions were  asked from the floor respecting the  proposed rezonings, the Chairman advised  the meeting that Council was not there to  answer questions; just to hear "input".  Surely, in an otherwise friendly Village  as this, we can, as you suggest, bend the  rules a little so that all sides of a matter  can be heard.  Otherwise, what is happening to  Democracy?  Merv Boucher  Sechelt  "An orchid" for BUI Bell  Editor,  The Times:  "An Orchid" for Bill Bell's tongue-in-  cheek proposal for a smelter on the Cliff  Gilker Park. Let's have more of the same.  Seriously, what could be better than  developing a few extra acres of the Park  as an extra nine holes for golf. There can  be no finer development; Golf is a game  that can be played from youth to old age  and is the most healthful exercise known.  Furthermore, with the rapidly in  creasing number of people who are taking  up golf, this will Increase revenue to the  area. What is more beautiful in a Park  than rolling fairways?  Let's not forget that this is not'a  "Private Club", it is for all the people of  the Sunshine Coast from Port Mellon to  Egmont.  The proposal of the Golf Club should be  supported. Golf is good medicine.  Merv Boucher  Sechelt  EXPERIENCED WATER WELL  DRILLING  MORRIS GILBERT DRILLING  CALL POWELL RIVER COLLECT  485-5442 FREE ESTIMATES  WELLS FOR FARMS  HOMES AND COTTAGES  My  ^oLtr Ntw- Welt'  mUi flfiiQe-trt  C-TOftR  i-t Sttttrti ,>��l3e ^^ **  Kr&^tfaT'   f2fe& ft** ���fet Vs:  nth   ��W  ST  van*  t^TOwij, T.<^ve||�� owl  V&ldtf y J>t^e.P'pi<*ndt  ar*\ f^m  4 Set Sn -on-JIg  .5jo^6v��jr Wim  WeMi$#//  [nmisM-K  ihulijr Jiuih,  ['���" "       i  Ir.Airri/snwief!  ml I ihlTfinCT  I'tWll*, hf  HeA to 3fo UNtyi Jethelt  r uoucr pp  JU..30IO  L 7 *w ��� n-r- t  '}  PageA-6  Hie Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 10,1979  Halfmoon Bay happenings  Thanksgiving concert  By Ruth Forreste    885-2418  Gibsons glimpses  Grand opening  by Marion A/sager, 886-2458  We talked to Kimball Campbell,  Manager of Campbell's Dept. Store which  opened last week in the Cedars Plaza,  Gibsons, he said that they are "pleased  with the location and there has been a good  customer response from the area." The  store is spacious, roughly 5,000 square  feet, and is bright and cheery with light  coming in from the ceiling to floor windows. The store carries a great variety of  merchandise and Kim says, "if we haven't  got it, we'll get it." There are four full time  staff and one part time and the service is  good.  Campbell said they will be opening  another store in Sechelt on the Teredo  Square complex in the near future.  MAGIC MUSHROOM  Dropped into the' Magic Mushroom  Stereo and Record shop and it certainly  was a beehive of activity with DJ, Scott  Jensen of CKLG station from Vancouver,  broadcasting "Live" from the Magic  Mushroom, Gibsons and closed circuit  T.V. going on also. Owner Gary Lawson  , said he was very happy with the shop and  welcomes all to come and see them. Ken  Quintan is the Manager of the Gibsons  store.  WINNER  Congratulations to Maureen Partridge  on being the lucky winner of a Super Valu  cash prize of $500. We talked to Maureen  the following day and she was still in a  statement of excitement, we asked her  how she plans to spend her "fortune" and  she had not decided yet, maybe a holiday,  a fridge or a new wardrobe, whatever it is  I'm sure she will enjoy it  CALGARY VISITOR  Dede Paxton of Calgary has been  visiting her daughter Eleanor and  husband Murray Crosby this week. Dede  Pitch-in  Keep  Brtti/h Columbia  Beautiful  says he is enjoying seeing her great grandchildren Adam, Gina, and Jason.  BEARS  There has been an over abundance of  bears this year, the last episode took place  on the Fred Holland property where the  bear got into the rabbit pen, wrecking it  and doing away with several rabbits; well  Fred got it and everyone breathed a sigh of  relief. Apparently the same evening there  were four more seen in the vicinity of  Russell and Henry road area and we were  told that a bear killed Tom Bailey's dog  and also some sheep have been lolled.  RENO  Marlene Blakeman, Ivy Fiedler,  Phyllis Burns and Joan Quarry had a fun  time during their annual trip to Reno. We  heard they had a visitor in their room by  name of Val or was it Al, who created quite  a stir!  WHISTLER MOUNTAIN  The Tuesday Bridge Club ladies had a  delightful trip to Whistler Mountain, saw  Brandywine Falls, Moira took lots of  excellent pictures with her super good  camera equipment, Marlene was no  slouch either and Marion and Joyce posed  and everyone enjoyed the deluxe scenery.  Happy 83rd Birthday to Ray Holbrook!  Would appreciate phone calls of news  items, please.  Vials of Life  The  Gibsons'  volunteer  ambulance  employee will be distributing the Vial of  Life this Saturday at the Sunnycrest  Shopping Mall from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. along  ' with the JOBS Daughters.  Due to a very successful project  promoted by the ambulance employees of  Sechelt, The Sunshine Coast Lions Club  have purchased an additional 1000 vials of  life kits for distribution to residents of  Sechelt, Roberts Creek and Halfmoon Bay  as well.  If you require a vial you are urged to  contact the Sechelt ambulance ...immediately' while supplies last. ,  Your correspondent spent a most  delightful afternoon at Halfmoon Bay  School on Friday, Oct 5. Mums and Dads  had been invited to a little autumn concert  by the children! The wee ones had  remembered all the words to the poems  which were all on the autumn theme,' and  performed their pieces complete with  actions and enthusiasm.  * Lisa Nichols, Donna Nygard and Sarah  Thorn's piece was caaled "The Garden in  Autumn". Next on the programme was  "The Leaves" performed by Dawn  Goodman, Stefan Hawes and Tara  McLeod. Then came ''It's Autumn" with  Brian Goodman, Jarrett Malnarick and  Leta Houghton, followed by "September "  with Stephanie Nichols and Gabie Taylor.  . The funny poem was kept to the end. This  one was called "The Turkey" and was  recited and acted out by Michael Fearn,  Gina Garland and Deanna Nygard. The  final item on the programme was a song,  accompaned on the guitar by Mrs. Car-  therine Kelly���Picken' up Paw Paws" in  which the parents joined in the chorus. The  children then passed cookies and'goodies  around which had been mainly baked by  themselves. Mrs. Taylor, the teacher is to  be commended on her patience and time  spent in coaching the little ones to perform  with such confidence and aplomb!  HOSPITAL AUXILIARY MEETING:  There was a fairly disappointing  turnout of members at the meeting on  Monday, Oct. 4. Apparently quite a few  members ��� having got rid of visiting  grand children and summer visitors are  now off having their own vacations. A  better turnout is hoped for the November  meeting which will be as usual, on the first  Monday of the month.  1 Marie Ives, Chairman of the Gift Shop  committee told of the need for more people  to knit for the gift shop. The greatest call  at the moment is for baby outfits, the big  demand being for jacket sets complete  with bonnets or leggings. The Auxiliary  supplies the wool, and if you are willing to  do some knitting Marie Ives will be glad to  hear from you. Even if you are not a  member of the auxiliary your knitting help  would really be appreciated.  The gift shop will be selling UNICEF  cards again this year.  The thrift shop report was given by  Evelyn Shellshear who gave an outline of  some of the proposals for the new thrift  shop which is at present in the planning  stages.  .*. The Extended Care birthday party will  be hosted by this AuxiUary. Mary Mc-  . Donald, chairman of this  department  WEST COAST  AIR SERVICES LTD.  WISHES TO THINK  THOSE PEOPLE OF SECHELT. B.C.  & THE SECHELT FIRE DEPARTMENT  who responded so quickly to the accident,  of the Twin Otter aircraft on Sunday,  September 30.1979.  The prompt and willing response  contributed immensely in reducing the  consequences of personal injury suffered  by the co-pilot and passengers.  We would especially like to say  thank you to those of you who assisted  at the scene and whose names are  not available for us to thank personally.  Sincerely,  LYNN C. THOW, President &  Chief Executive officer  .��.S^i"i*��f^<^��'BS*Wiigg,w^���^^ i-i.,���..i.;  and the Staff of West Coast Air v  needs some help with this. Date and time  will be announced.  There are plans for the Auxiliary to  make a quilt for the Xmas raffle first  prize. Second prize will be the ever  popular Xmas grocery hamper and  members are requested to bring their  donations for this to the next meeting.  Also at the next meeting there will be  the election of officers. No need to worry  too much about this as most of the  positions have already been filled and only  a couple are vacant. Retiring President  Geri Smith and Vice President Mary  Murray have agreed to be nominating  committee. A new member, Bertie Hull  was welcomed to the Auxiliary.  EUROPE BY MOTOR HOME:  Will and Heidi Goodman with their two  children and Heidi's sister and husband  headed for Luxembourg where they rented  a motor home in which to travel through  Europe. Their first night was spent  sleeping beneath the Eiffel Tower in Paris  and from there they toured in Switzerland,  Italy, Austria and Germany. While they  were impressed by the highway systems,  they.also fpund the average drivers to be  quite insane! With this I fully agree! The  family were on a four week vacation and  thoroughly enjoyed their travels. The  highlight of the trip was their visit to  Northern Germany to join in the Golden  Wedding celebrations of Heidi's Uncle and  Aunt.  AREA B RATEPAYERS  ELECT NEW BOARD MEMBERS:  At the Annual General meeting of the  Ratepayers Association elections took  place to fill vacancies made by three  retiring members. The new Directors are  Fred Greaves, of Redrooffs Road, Bill  Vorley of; Sergeants Bay and Ruth  Forrester ;of Redrooffs. Officers for the  coming season are President ..Ralph  Mahar, Vice President George Murray,  Secretary Mary Shannon and Treasurer  Clarence French.  FILM NIGHT:  Please take note that the first film  showing will be on Thursday October 25,  not 27 as indicated last week. Friday the 27  is the night Of the Hallowe'en Dinner and  ��Dance. And don't forget that the first whist  night wiU be on Sat, Oct. 13 at 8 p.m.  NEW SERVICE IN THE AREA:  The halfmoon Inn has added a much  needed facility for the local residents ���  and others. They can now handle'full  automotive repairs as well as marine  repairs. A bigger tow truck has also been  acquired. This is good news for any of us  'who find ourselves in any. kind of car  trouble.  RECREATION ASSOCIATION:  Don't forget the Recreation Assoc,  meeting on Monday, Oct. 15 at the  Welcome Beach Hall at 7:30.  Till next time ~ Cheers!  Are you part of the human race AyA  or just  a spectator? ^^1   atrmne^  pamapstrmnk  \- In taaur SrJtl ttau Warn* <f'* ntKH  SEAMLESS GUTTERS  5 inch continuous gutter manufactured at  your home, baked enamel inside and out.  INSULATION  Blown in - walls ceilings. Easily installed in  new and existing homes.  We install all our products  . UNSHINE '  Richard  Sasaratt  886-7411  or  886-8023  North Road.  Gibsons  Free Estimates      No Obligation  eopte  -Come  Erst  IGA SPECIALS & VALUES  Bone  in ...  19  .lb.  $198  lb.   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Green  CABBAGE  BANANAS  PRODUCE  *��111  ,,48��  ...ib. 14  3 lb.  1  GROCERY  IGA Royal Gold  CHEESE SLICES Reg. nippy  Black Diamond Single Thins  CHEESE SLICES  Libby's Deep Brown  BEANS with PORK  Ubby's  RED KIDNEY BEANS  Ubby's unsweetened  GRAPEFRUIT JUICE  Libby's Pink Unsweetened  GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 4.  Libby's Fancy ���_.  TOMATO JUICE * ���...79*  MACARONI DINNER m9     3/'P��  Parkay Soft A^  MARGARINE Max! bowl 1 Ib. TO  Cadbury ass't __  CHOCOLATE BARS 3 so, 59��  Kadana 100 *+ni_  TEA BAGS 'l39  APPLE SAUCE .4., 2/79��  NIBLETS^o, 2/97��  Squirrel r-��_  PEANUT BUTTER  Allan  DRINKS 48ox.,  Colgate MFP  TOOTHPASTE  Easy off  OVEN PUMP SPRAY 475 ���.,  Downy  FABRIC SOFTENER  Viva  TOWELS  Dog House  DOG FOOD  500 grams  Reg.  wlnterfrosh  .100 ml  2 lltro.  2s.  15 ox.  4/*l��  Come to oUadetta - JX ^eorf  PENDER HARBOUR CENTRE  Madeira Park.883-9100  "WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES'^.  Prlc��. .If.cllv. Oct. 10 - 13 MR AND MRS. Martin Swan (formally Jane Schmidt of West Vancouver) were married September 1 at  St.  Andrews  Anglican  Church  in  Pender Harbour. Martin who is from  Sechelt and Jane are both currently  students in Vancouver.  The Creek runoff  77*��nrvV,-k>V-^ w;  Progress report  By Jeanie Norton, 886-9609  What's been happening with the plans  for the new (Community Centre since the  Referendum passed two weeks ago? Well,  an application for the Provincial  recreation grant, has been filed, an  agreement between the Regional board  and the School Board has been drawn up,  and architect John Davies has been  gathering information for the preliminary  plan.  He met last Thursday night with a  small group of representatives to discuss  some of the basic requirements for the  facility. The laymen found the myriad of  detail that must be considered somewhat  overwhelming but with the guidance of  John's experience and expertise in the  field, .they managed to make a few crucial  decissions needed to prepare the  preliminary plan. >  First, consideration was given to the  size of the gymnasium. It seems a standard elementary school gym is best, as a  full-size high school gym, while optimum,  would be too costly. It would aso mean a  facility larger thari would probably be  normally needed or even desired.  - The.question of staging received the  most discussion, with no real conclusion. A  traditional stage is very expensive, would  not be used all that much, and has its  limitations. The trend in shcools is toward  portable stages of which, apparently,  there are already several in our District.  The possibility' of. a partial stage was  discussed, primariijr4o avoid moving^and  constantly re-tuning the piano.  It was decided to just designate an area  for staging on the Preliminary Plan until  the alternatives can be investigated  further. Putting it against an open wall  would permit an addition at a later date if  required. -  Since one of the major priorities is  adequate accomodation for concerts, the  need for good acoustics was stressed. This  is always a problem in a room of that size  with ceilings around 20 feet (that should  please the Thursday night volleyballers.)  Acoustic tile on the ceiling and the  upper part of the walls is of some help. A  Tarkett or plastic floor absorbs sound  better than hardwood, doesn't have the  upkeep, but is an acceptable surface for  sports and dancing. And, if all else fails, it  was the experience of South Burnaby that  a good electronic system may overcome  structural problems.  It was agreed that nothing elaborate was  needed in the way of showers and  changing rooms although they are a  definite must. The idea of outside access to  at least one seemed a good idea for soccer,  softball, and perhaps even tennis  sometime in the future. Some provision for  dressing rooms near the stage would be  required, but that could even be a room  where chairs are stored.  A foyer seems necessary, to provide a  place to sell tickets, hang coats, and keep  the gym clean. The washrooms would    i-.�� ...��� ..*-.   .^rSeeJPoge.C^  Sechelt notes  Citizen Jack  by Peggy Connor 885-9347  Wednesday, October 10,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageA-7  The Sechelt Chamberx)f Commerce will  host an evening of dining and dancing to  let the community express their  awareness of the good works performed by  citizen of the year Jack McLeod.  The date is October 20, Saturday at the  Senior Citizens Hall on Mermaid St. in  Sechelt. The food catered by Helen  Robertson and the very danceable music  of Ken Dalgleish who has promised a bit of  jazz as well to please the honoured guest.  Tickets available at Campbells Family  Shoe Store, or by phone. 885-5171 daytime,  or 885-9887 evenings, ten dollars each.  LIL FRASER HOSTS B & P  Fifteen members of the North Vancouver Business and Professional  Women's Club were guests of Mrs. Lil  Fraser for a casual lunch and supper, on  Saturday, September 29, Marie Hoffar on  hand as hospitality person.  Provincial Vice-president Beverly Hoy  from the Vancouver Club was also present  for this day of relaxation.  CRAFT FILM ON LEATHER  ���A craft shop in Sechelt will be showing  two films one on "The Art of Leather  Crafting" and the other on "The Art of  Leather Carving."  These will be shown at Chatelech  Secondary School on Thursday, October 18  at 7:30 p.m. in the art room.  There is no charge for this evening of  lessons on leather craft, everyone is  welcome.  SECHELT INTERMEDIATE  CARE SOCIETY  The first annual general meeting of this  society was held at the Sechelt Elementary School oh Thursday, October 4.  There were twenty-two very interested  persons in attendance. Gordon Hall,  chairman pro tern told.of the meetings  held by the steering committee and then  1 had minutes of first public meeting read  followed by the committee minutes for  discussion of the meeting.  Acceptance was made of seventy-one  new members into the Society, a goodly  number to start with, shows the interest in  an intermediate care facility for the  Sechelt area.  Mrs. Susan Frizzell, Long Term Care  Administrator for the Garibaldi Health  Unit was called upon to speak on the need  for such a facility as intermediate care in  the Sechelt area.  Susan had attended a meeting recently  in Vancouver with Isabel Kimmet (now  Kelly) with ihe Ministry of Health, a  senior boss of long term care. (  ^���r. The main emphasis on-fceeptogjJ^te ���  with health related problems at home or in  their own community, people with some  disability may be attended at home with  help of homecare or at the kind of facility  needed at personal care level.  There is one at Powell River, where  persons find it difficult to keep them at  home needing the twenty-four hours  service as. provided at a facility.  Confusion type of problems or mental  would be able to'bekept at an intermediate  care with nursing care available with just  a little extra planning. Mental problems  need a different care.  Questions from the floor, asked to  describe a person suited for this sort of  facility. Multiple problems, heart patients,  arthritic, diabetics, persons with broken  hip and pin which cause walking difficulties. Anyone' eligible or seeking to  know their eligibility would be seen by an  assessing nurse, who would decree the  need for either home care or to become a  patient in intermediate care.  Asked if a person was living alone and  depressed, would they qualify? The answer was yes. That is a condition that  would certainly be regarded as a health  problem, either now or leading to one.  How many people in need in the Sechelt  area for such a care? There is a need for  thirty-five to fifty. It takes a while to get  people used to the idea. People wish to go  in to a local facility but not to go off the  Peninsula.  Financial states does not come into the  picture, the fee is at present $6.50 per day,  same as in a Hospital, a figure they feel  within the reach of everyone.  If a couple both need intermediate care  could they be together?  We would like to see accommodation  with interlocking doors; two adjoining  units with a door to each, one could  possibly be used as a bedroom, and the  other as a living room.  Gordon Hall then thanked the steering  committee. As a group they worked well  together. Marie Montgomery and Peggy  Connor felt they could not commit themselves to the time needed to advance this.  A great deal of thanks is due to Gordon  Hall who certainly understands the need of  such a facility and has done much work  with health, and political figures, advocating the need in this area. Unfortunately his work as chairman.of St.  Mary's Hospital Board prevents his  continuing, but he is still available as a  resource person.'  The Directors elected at this annual  meeting are Kay Purdy, Alice Horsman,  Audrey Jost, Bill Cormack, Dave Doig and  Jean Todd, the latter three were continuing from the steering committee.  The new board held an executive  meeting from which they chose Audrey  Jost as President, Jean Todd Vice-  president, Kay Purdy secretary and Dave  Doig treasurer.  Good luck. With these able people on  the board it will surge ahead.  Use 'Times' Adbrlefs to  Sell. Rent. Buy, Swap etc.  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SALES & SERVICE  IN THE  ��  OF SECHELT  Now Open MONDAY - SATURDAY, 9:30am - 5:30  885-9816   Admir���Ml  Ask about our C__\\_Z> Mark of Quality  "Package" deals. APPLIANCES & TELEVISIONS  FALL SCHEDULE CHANGE  MAINLAND-VANCOUVER ISLAND  VANCOUVERNANAIMO  9  WORKERS  COMPENSATION*  via HORSESHOE BAY  via DEPARTURE BAY  Effective Wednesday, October 10,1979  to Tuesday, December 18,1979, inclusive  DAILY  Lv Horseshoe Bay  6:30 am 3:15 pm  8:30 5:30  10:45 7:45  1:00 pm 10:00  Lv Departure Bay  6:30 am 3:15 pm  8:30 5:30  10:45 - 7:45  1:00 pm 10:00  NOT USING IT  GOULD COST  A BUNDLE.  With all the other problems  of operating: a small business, it's  sometimes easy to put off or  overlook the responsibility of  ensuring that your business is  protected by the Workers' <  Compensation Board.  And that could be one of  the most expensive omissions  you ever made.  Because, if one of your  workers is involved in an on-  the-job accident, you would  be liable for the entire  cost of his Injuries and  rehabilitation���a cost that  could be many times that of  compensation coverage.  Don't risk it. A simple phone  call or visit to any W.C.B. office will  give you all the information you  need about compulsory or elective  coverage. You'll find that, for a  small cost, you can buy a big piece  of "peace of mind".  ��  EMPLOYEES: If you're not sure  about your coverage, discuss  this ad with your employer  or call the Assessment  Department In your nearest  WaViiDa  OIIlV>G��  SUNSHINE COAST  VANCOUVERSECHELT PENINSULA  via HORSESHOE BAY  via LANGDALE  Effective Wednesday, October 10,1979  to Tuesday, December 18,1979, inclusive  DAILY  Lv Horseshoe Bay  Lv Langdale  7:40 am  10:10  11:10  12:25 pm  2:45  4:55 pm  6:15  7:45  9:30  11:30  6:20 am  9:00  11:15  12:25 pm  1:35  3:55 pm  6:00  7:25  8:55  10:30  SECHELT PENINSULA-POWELL RIVER  UJORaKERS,^mmP��NSATION BOARD  ���....;���.,   . . OFBRITISHXOyjiTJOIA,., ...,,,,������_,, ��� ..__.���   6?6fi I lonlhnr Slronl, Vnncouvor, AC V6Z 3I.B, Tolophono 2flfi 0211, Tolox (M-60r7flfi  via EARLS COVE  via SALTERY BAY  Effective Wednesday, October 10,1979  until further notice  DAILY  Lv Earls Cove  7:15 am 4:30 pnV  9:15 6:30  11:15 8:30  1:15 pm 10:30   L__  Lv Salter/ Bay  6:15 am 3:30 pm  8:15 5:30  10:15 7:30  12:15 pm 9:30  BRITISH COLUMBIA  FERRY CORPORATION  For Information phono  Vancouver 669-1211 Nanalmo 753-1261  VtetarteSWWmf Langdale 886-2242  ������            Oattery Bay 487^333   AortMlum mih|��ci 10 ormrtQA without nolle*. The Peninsula Times  -ijfoijl!^^  y^yy'^y^m-i  x^ytyA^^iAAi  _i&z_\  mm  7>";f7i  IN  1  MAUREEN MAXWELL  / Head cosmetician  MAUREEN GLEDSON:  Sales clerk-cosmetician  cedar fim  GIBSONS  Chief pharmacist  NANCY CARBY:  buyer-sales clerk  MELANIE MAHLMAN:  pharmacists assistant  MAXWELL'S PHARMACY -THE DRUG STORE WITH THE DIFFERENCES  OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK:  (closed   9 to 6 MON-SAT  stat     9 to 9 FRIDAYS  holidays) 12 to 4 SUNDAYS  A3 COSMETIC DEPARTMENT  ^    featuring Max Factor,  Mary Quant, Almay and  Bonnie Bell cosmetics.  W' Member of the Independant  4=A    Pharmacists Program (IPP)  bringing several major flyer  sales to you.  Free weekly prescription  delivery to Pharmacare  patients in the  Village of Gibsons  Sick, And No Wo�� lo Get Mi-dic  Starting  October  26th  More  details  to  follow.  We Make Home  Deliveries  W  Full dispensing services  including a patient  medication profile.  (See details below)  rV Photofinishing by  Crystal Photo Service.  7$ 100% locally owned  and operated.  >�� Futuro Health Supports:  ^    bandages, elastic braces,  stockings and panty hose,  supporters and belts.  A  Greeting cards  - Giftware  - Hair care.  A PATIENT MEDICATION PROFILE SYSTEM MEANS  ADVANTAGES AND CONVENIENCES TO EVERYONE.  1. PATIENT  A. if yoa should move away, the entire famiy  prescription record can accompany yoa to present  to your new physician.  B. discard old prescriptions withoat loss of medication history.  C. misplaced prescription umbers can he recaled by patient name.  D. eliminates need to present pharmacare and social  assistance cards.  EVEN IF YOU DO NOT REQUIRE A PRESCRIPTION NOW; JUST FILL OUT  THE INFORMATION BELOW AND BRING IT INTO MAXWELL'S PHARMACY  AND WE WILL TRANSFER IT TO YOUR PERSONAL PERMANENT FAMILY  RECORD CARD.  JSL  _J -7  2. PHYSICIAN      A. Gives your doctor a complete history of prescribed  medication given you or the family - ideal if the  attending physician is not your regular doctor  e.g. weekends and after hours.  B. Provides record of drug aHergies or sensitivity reactions  3. PHARMACISTS A. Enables pharmacist to monitor and ensure proper  drag utilization.  B. Enables pharmacist to spot potential drug interactions  with concurrent prescribed medications and/or  "over the counter drugs".  ^  < i > * i i i  FAMILY NAME  FATHER'S NAME:  MOTHER: .  STREET:    BoxNo.orR/R  Phone No   CHILDREN'S  NAMES  I    Place of employment   ��� ��� * ��� * ��� �� i i *  Known allergies and or Insulin type   Pharmacare or Social Assistance number ..  DATE or4  BIRTH      ���  ��>  WATCH FOR OUR  rnLL ohll itl hi  NLaI nttii  IfiFliVWwEiLL 9. ��� oHlmlflaHaW I  FOR YOUR iMAXinmm  WELLBEING  v Ell An rLR4.ll  GIBSONS  886-8158  ��> ���l-l  ���*,<*"*-* -,.--��-v-^.*  / ��� I  & 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.  this week's  Realty Feature  feViV.4  4<3*$3  BBSS  ^S'*-:*!?:*!-  &*%:  ^Stf*-  r^^^��  BOX 1490  TRAIL & COWRIE STS.  SECHELT,  VON 3A0  1  ��  885-2235  TOLL FREE  689-5838  1  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE  u���  DERBY ROAD,  West Sechelt No. 227  This double wide features an  immaculate home with 3  bedrooms. Large living room,  master bedroom ensuite. Large  27' x 23' rec. room. Located in  West Sechelt. Partial view. This  represents solid value for your  money at $47,500. Larry  Reardon 885-3724.  WE'RE THE NEIGHBORHOOD PROFESSIONALS FOR YOU.  :.mm  Remember: the nicest thing  about a  ��>Xn��.V ..  WF*  SftC*  *S3:  ;��*:<&  Times Classified  is that it is as near  as your phone.  JUST CALL  885-3231  Tuesday thru Saturday  WEIL BILL YOU  LATER  AW  '<'% ���: TO5��  *<*>  ���IT'/voM'Xi''.  I  v��-NrjSr <����'W "Wi-^ \     ���   1  \  ���   "T-^^"   "H V  a-i-r^Vi  *���   -      i..^  IF THE SHOE DOESN'T FIT . .    SELL FT!  CaU JUDY-885-3231  for an ad just your size.  Page B-2     The Peninsula Times       October 10,1979  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Phone 885-3231  Published Wednesdays by .Deaths,    Card    of    Thanks,    In  The Peninsula Times Memoriam.      Marriage'     and  for Westpres Publications Ltd. Engagement   Notices  are   $7.00  at Sechelt, B.C. ("P *�� 14 "nes) and 60c per line  Established 1963 a',er ^at. P��ur words per line.  Birth Notices, Coming Events  take regular classified rates.  Ad-Briefs mutt be paid for in  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  to receive cash discount.  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.  Subscription Rates:  By Mail:  Outside Local Area $15 yr.  U.S.A $20.00 yr.  Overseas $25.00 yr.  Single Copies 20c ea.  Announcements   H Announcements  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous  Meeting, every Thurs., 8:30  pm, Wilson Creek Community  Hall. 885-2896 or 885-3394. .4816-  tf  ATTENTION  INCOME  ASSISTANCE  RECIPIENTS  In the Pender Harbour area.  Office hours in the Pender  Harbour Medical Clinic on  Wednesdays 1-3 pm.  Please phone 885-2288 to  arrange for interviews.  t~V*\ Provlncaof Mini"tv<jl  \iii\  Brlllah Columbia   H,��mn RH.o,,rri��;  V___l ���     Hen G-arnM MrC.ii'l  DINNER DANCE to honor  Jack McLeod, Citizen of the  Year, Oct. 20. Tickets $10  each, avail, at Campbell's  Family Shoes, Sechelt or  phone days 885-5171, eves. 885-  9487. 2401-46  FALL  CRAFT CLASSES  starting now at  IDRIFTWOOD CRAFTS)  Sunnycrest Centre  Gibsons  !*' Stain Glass  1 *'��� Flower Making  I*  Beading  * Christmas  Crafts  j * Woodburnipg  | Drop in and register  For information  886-2525  PARENT STUDY GROUP  Starts on Oct. 11, Thursday at  7:30 p.m. in Madeira Park  Elementary School. Library..  Fee $16 per family for 12  sessions. Book is included.  885-3512  Continuing Education  LECTURE ON GOAT  HUSBANDRY  A lecture with slide presentation   will   be   held   by  Veterinarian, Dr. D. Bailey,  on October 18, Thursday at  7:30 p.m. in Roberts creek  Elementary School, Library.  The    topic   will    include  diseases,      breedin  management,    fee  castration, dehorning, etc.  Fee $1.00  885-3512  Continuing Education  2432-Oct. 10,1979.  LOCAL WORLD Book  . Childcraft reps. Ph. 886-7557  or 886-7070. 237048  ELECTROLUX CANADA  appointment. Sunshine  Coast residents please be  informed that as of Oct. 1,  1979, Ms. Marg. Newman will  be a full time authorized  dealer for Electrolux Canada.  For sales and service please  call 885-2775. 235248  Obituaries  JACOBSON, passed away  suddenly on October 3^ 1979,  Harry Richard (Rick)  Jacobson, late of Sechelt, in  his 23rd year. Survived by his  loving parents, Harry and  Dorothy Jacobson, sister  Shirley- Brackett, 2 nephews  Daryl and Pagin. Funeral  service was held Saturday.  October 6 from the chapel of  Devlin Funeral Home, Gibsons, Rev. George Inglis officiating. Interment Seaview  Cemetery. 239646  Obituaries  FREESTONE���Passed away  October 5, 1979,. William  Charles Freestone, late of  Sechelt, uv his 67th year.  Survived by his loving wife Vi  and a brother Fred in  England. Memorial service  Wednesday, October 10, at  10:30 a.m., in the Chapel of  Devlin Funeral Home, Pastor  F. Napora officiating.  Cremation. In lieu of flowers  donations to St. Mary's  Hospital appreciated. 46  EWART ��� Passed away  October 5,1979, Lillian May  Ewart, late of Roberts Creek  in her 89th year. Survived by 1  daughter Mrs. Arthur Hayr  (Noreen), Fairbanks, Alaska,  1 daughter in-law Jean Ewart,  West Vancouver, 6 grandchildren, 9 great grandchildren, 1 sister Grace  Girard, Uplands, California  and r brother James Duke,  Tottenham, Ontario.  Predeceased by her husband  Austin and her son Kenneth.  Funeral service Thursday,  October 11, at 1 p.m. in the  Hollyburn Funeral Home, 1807  Marine Drive, West Vancouver. Interment Mountain  View Cemetery: In lieu of  flowers donations to the Heart  Fund appreciated. Devlin  Funeral Home in charge of  arrangements. 46  Card of Thanks  WE WOULD LIKE to thank  RCMP, B.C. Hydro and  Sechelt Fire Department, our  friends. and neighbors who  were so kind and came to our  assistance the night,of the  accident. ���Lenora and Carl  Kohuch and family.     236946  Work Wanted  WORKING parents! Steady  babysitting weekdays Ln my  home. Ph. 885-5597.      235948  HOUSE  CLEANING work  wanted, have refs. Call 885-  5782 after 6p.m. 239546  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES LTD.  Let us care for your  needs:  -Topping.  -Falling  -Limbing  Insured work  "Our reputation  speaks for itself"  ph. 885-2109.  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 It 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 Cont re, Gibsons.  For Rent  2 BEDROOM  ��� furnished  waterfront cottage, $275 per  month. Refs. PIu 885-3295 or  885-9362 after 6 p.m.     235848  3 BEDROOM Gibsons Village,  ,' beautiful view. No pets. Ph.  886-2417 or 886-2743 after 6  p.m. 236446  tree  Personal  GUITAR   &  Music  Theory  lessons.   Jazz,   improv;  reading, writing, all styles.  Beg.-Adv. Budge, 885-9285.  1528-tfn  ARE YOU TIRED of being a  Kosmic Clutz? Call Answer  Duck for a disappointment.   . 239346  DEAR   TOM,    Having    a  wonderful time, wish I was  here. Love, Ramona.   239446  DISCERNING ADULTS. Shop  discreetly, send $5.00. for our  latest catalogues of marital  aids, lingerie, and jewelleryV  Direct Action Marketing Inc.,  Dept. Y.K. Box 3268, Vancouver, B.C. V6B 3X9.  242146  SINGLE MAN aged 25 looking  * for girl friend age 18-23 for  outings and marriage. Reply  Box 310 W, Sechelt.      243748  Work Wanted  FREE!      ALDER     trees  removed   or   any   type  firewood. Ph. 886-2737. 226846  STORE FOR RENT  Modern 750 sq. ft.  CENTRE OF SECHELT  885-2045  3283-tf.  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  I  WILL  BABYSIT   in  my  home, any age. Kathy 886-  8068. 240248  "DYNAMIC  DUO"  reliable  cleaning, reasonable rates.  CaU 886-2087. 240848  +  CLAPP'S CONCRETE  Placing  and Finishing.  All  types  of  Concrete  Work.  Breaking and hauling away of  old    concrete.    Concrete  leakage problems. Seepage or  high pressure leaks.  Phone Wayne Clapp  for free estimates  885-2125  after 7 p.m.  Box 1341, Sechelt  1211-tf  Help Wanted  COOK    REQUIRED,    experience necessary, wages  negotiable. Apply in person.  Lord Jim's Lodge.        2276-tf  WOMAN to babysit 3 yr old  boy and do light  housekeeping. Approx. 4 days  week, 2 weeks a month. Ph.  886-7568. 226046  EXPERIENCED cook for 10  men, 10-15 days per month.  Good  wages.   Ruby  Lake  Restaurant 883-9453,    235545  WANTED     -     Reliable  babysitter    for    school  holidays and Saturdays. Ph.  885-5241. 240046  PRESS OPERATORS, offset  Multi and Kord. letter press  experience helpful, in fast  growing established weekly  newspaper in new commercial printing plant. Fully  paid benefits. Location 45  miles North of Calgary. Ph.  403-335-3301,8 a.m. to 4  p.m. 241646  2 BEDROOM house in Sechelt,  Avail. Oct. 1. $200. Ph. 112-  467-3995 after 7 p.m.   , 240446  NEW 3 br.'full basement,  fireplace, West Sechelt. Ref.  Gordon Agencies. 885-2013.  Eves,    885-9365.2384-48  3 BEDROOM  home,   West  Sechelt,  $290  per  month.  Immed. possession. Ph. 485-  5387. 192246  Wanted to Rent  3 RESPONSIBLE adults with  31 ft. boat want 3 BR with  seaview or frontage, Sechelt-  Langdale area. Rets, avail.  No pets, no children, non-  smokers. Year round - or  winter months, approx. $300.  Ph. Barry 886-9883.       226346  OLDER COUPLE with dog  need small furnished cottage to rent from Nov. 1st til  May at $200 per mon. Gibsons-  Sechelt area. Exc. refs.  Contact Dal Grauer at Solar  Realty 886-9238, home 885-  3808. 239248  RESP. COUPLE are  relocating and need house  for Nov. 1 or few days sooner.  CaU Hinton, Alta. 403465-7940  coUect. 239948  Real Estate  LARGE LOT 70 x 288 ft. in  Pender     Harbour  overlooking     Malaspina  Straits. 883-9998. 238947  % ACRE corner lot, Redrooffs  and Evans Road, North of  Sechelt. Nicely treed, faces  south, serviced. $17000. Ph.  525-9104 Van. 227546  Mobile Homes  1973 12 x 64 LAMPLIGHTER,  fridge, stove, drapes,  sundeck, storage room, fully  skirted, Sundance trailer  Court. $12,000 obo. Avail.  Immed. Ph. 885-2563.    226246  Real Estate  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  j n  PROPERTY  FOR SALE  1.8 acres located on Reed  Rpad. 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  WANTED, for prairie couple,  view lot, Redrooffs Rd.  Gordon Agencies 885-  2013. 235447  I  I  For Rent  FOR RENT Wilson Creek  Community Hall and Scout  Hall. Call Reg Robinson at  886-9024 , 3691-tf  2,000 SQ. FT. upper floor office. Rent as is at $450 per  mo. or wc will renovate to  suit. Heat & parking included.  885-3224 for appt. to view. 1503-  tfn  FOR LEASE  2000   sq.  merclal  Highway  Bay.   For  ft,    Corn-  space    on  in   Davis  more   In  formation call:  RAY BERNIER  885-3295  TRAILER SPACE  FOR RENT  PONDEROSA PINES  886-7521 or  := &.  3:  Altar 4 pm  SBSS23S  Cars and Trucks slBus. Opportunity  1974 DODGE Maxivan, V8-  auto, panelled and insulated, side windows and sun  roof, tape deck. $2650. Ph. 885-  3808 after 5 p.m. 243348  WRECKING 1968 GMC % ton.  Call 885-3862. 232046  1973 MODULINE 12  $7500. Ph. 926-1024.  H-1""71  x 48'.  227946  COAST  HOMES  tmmmmmmmmmm0mmtm  SKHW ��� FOWfU mvw  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  L  2 YEAR OLD 24' x 40' mobile  home on rental pad - 3 miles  from Sechelt. 3 bdrm w-w,  drapes, fridge, stove, dishwasher. Nicely landscaped.  Must sell $25,000. Ph. 774-6862  after 5 p.m. 217248  OLDER Fleetwood 8 x 40',  rock bottom. $2500. Ph. 883-  2745. 236548  Cars and Trucks  MUST SELL -1974 Audi 100,  exc. cond., auto, PS, PB,  air, AM-FM, tape deck,  radials, studded snows on  rims, reclining real leather  seats. $4700 obo. Ph. 885-  3437. 228346  1968 CAMARO, auto, black on  black, new exhaust and TA's  Ph. 883-2740 eves. 228446  1975   TRIUMPH   Spitfire,  26,000  miles,  7 radials.  $2,500. Ph. 883-2740 eves. 2285-  <4B7^.v-; ' --vjvAV,   ���   f.  800 SQ. FT. building on lease  lot in Selma Park. exc.  view, could easily be converted into a house. $4,000.  885-5436. 233647  1967 FORD  FAIRIANE 500  289 cu. in., 2 door, HT,  power . brakes and  steering, maintained in  spotless physical &  mechanical condition. A  showpiece.' Only 64,000  true miles. Must be seen to  be appreciated. $1795.00.  886-9426  MAPLK CRESCENT Apartments, 1, 2 & 3 bdrm apts.  Keaa. runt. Incl, heat,  cablevision, stove, fridge. 888-  '8333 or apply Apt. No 104-B.  4121-tfn  SPACIOUS suite for rent,  central Sechelt. Lang Block,  3 bdrm, stove, fridge, washer,  dryer, carport. Avail. Nov. 8.  $291.00. Ph. 885-9360 or 885-  5500. 237346  3 Bit. KUKN.mobile home In  Roberta Creek.  Washer-  dryer. Incl, $225.988-0254.2337-  47  WHY RENT if you can own. 1  year old, 3 bdrm house. 63 x  150', carport, patio-deck,  stove and fridge, drapes Incl.  Wash and dryer hook-up, elec.  heat. Asking $39,000, 2nd  house on Marble Road off  Field Road in Wilson Creek.  Ph. 245-7283 collect.      2362-51  ILLNESS FORCES Sale.  Cottage overlooking  Shuswop Lake. Electric heat,  carpeted, new stove and  fridge. No D.P. If qualified to  take over existing mortgage.  Ph. 376-6670. Writo P.O. Box  190, Kamloops. 241246  BIG LAKE frontage 100  deeded acres treed rolling  land. Now 000 square, foot  livable unfinished basement  log home, In developed area ln  Bridge take. All facilities sub  division approved. Must Sell  $7&,000F.P. Ph. 5*34476. M2&-  46  ItEATAURANT  EATAURANT located at      GT,  webers, cam, mags,  Dease Lake, B.C. 200' off   many, many extras. Goes like  RENTING  One   ������droom   Apartroonti  * Dropoi �� Balconlan  * Intercom        ' CabUviiion  * YVoll lo woll carpal    ,.,..,  * Colored Appllancan  Rant Irom $220  Call Doug  885-2283  highway 37. Inquiries to:  Nona Bland, Box 3211,  Smithers, B.C. or phone 047-  0285 after 0 p.m. 242847  WATERFRONT lot Sunshine  Coast :(Robts. Clc. area)  Browning Rd. 100 x 370. Very  private w-level entry  driveway oft Browning Rd.  View from housealto 2nd to  none. Water, hydro readily  irratfr|7ir,iK��r^  -���ww. 433-7228. 1W4-U  GOWER PT. area. Uvcly 3  br.   2   bathroom  home.  Beautiful view. 880-7543  eves. 23474V  on 25 mpg, Lotaqf fun  left In this machine for $1925.  Ph. 885-2383. 227448  DAMAGED  1968 Chrysler  N.P.,   good  for  parts  or  fbxlriff up, as is $250 obo. Ph.  883-9233. 243446  1968 CYCLoIEgt^M Cobra  Jet, Mags, $4,000. Ph. 883-  9429.  1W7 MALfflU, 4 dr.vmirato.  $700. Ph. 883-2364.      226748  1073 ASTRO station wagon.  40,000 mi. $600 obo. 885-  3143. 235347  ONE OWNER  1978 HONDA CIVIC  4 cyl, automatic, radio,  Michelin radial tires, 38,000  km.  1975 DODGE  "HANG 10"  360 automatic, PS, PB, radio,  bucket seats, radial tires,  40,000 miles'.  1974 VEGA  LX MODEL  4 cyl, automatic, radio, radial  tires.  Jamieson Automotive  OPEN 9 'til 5 pm  Call-Days 886-7919  Eves. [Res.] 886-2650-  HWY. 101 ft Payne Road  Gibsons ��� D-5848  rTTTmiiMflfifcTkrag  TRUCK WRECKING business  one acre zoned commercial  two. Two Bay shop with office  and storage. (Former Texaco  Service Station). Some out  buildings. Approximately  $40,000 stock. Tow truck.  Quesnel area phone 747- <,  2951. 241046  Wanted to Buy  WE'LL MILL or purchase  your smaller logs. Small log  truck avail, for hauling.  Smallwood Resources, 885-  2455. ���    lpll-tfn,  LOGS OR TIMBER wanted,  fir,   hemlock   or   cedar.  Porpoise Bay Logging Ltd.  885-9408 or 885-2032.       4485-tf  1 BABY GRAND piano. Call  Richard at 886-2888 between  noon and 5 p.m. 2119-tf  MOORCROFT  pottery,  any  style. Ph. 886-9552 or leave  message at 886-2023. .  231646  OLD   AND   NEW   china,  glassware, nicnacs, small  furniture, etc. Ph. 885-  2320. 236346  WANT USED baby crib, back  pack, umbroller stroller;  washing machingdelete  WANT USED baby crib, baby  pack pack, umbroller  stroller, washing machine,  good cond. Ph. 885-3678 or 885-  2101. 240548  1976 RENAULT Le Car, 4 cyl.,  4 speed, 40 mpg. radials,  sunroof, radio, 20,000 miles,  exc. cond., $3,750.1977 Dodge  D100 pickup, V-8, auto, PS,  PB, radio, deluxe interior,  extra snow tires, exc. cond.,  $4,500.1978 Jeep Wagoneer, 4  sp., Quadra-trac, V-8, auto,  PS, PB, radio, custom interior, roof rack, trailer hitch,  18,000 miles, exc. cond.,  $9,000. Ph. 886-2355.      237846  Motorcycles  1965 FORD Tandem dump,  8500 miles new motor, on  air, all factory equipment. Ph.  461-6184. 235748  MERCEDES  BENZ 240  D,  24,000 miles,  $12,000.  Ph.  883-2696 and leave  message. 236148  1968 GTX 440 4 speed, $2,000.  Ph. 885-9774. 236648  1973 DODGE Colt with 64,000  miles, 4 sp., 2 dr. $500. Ph.  886-7550. 237248  1977 BLUE TR 7. black vinyl  roof, very good cond., AM-  FM  cassette,   17,500  miles.  $5,300. Ph. 883-9028.      239848  REAL  BARGAIN   ~   1973  Datsun   1200   Coupe,   low  mileage,  reliable, economic  transport. $700. Ph. 885-  6407. 240646  1979 TOYOTA truck  with  Galaxy  canopy,  3  year  warranty. Ph. 086-9879. 240746  ATTENTION service clubs  1962 Western Flyer B Class  36 passenger bus ln good  condition. Road inspected  excellent price, Gall days 403-  335-3225 or 403-335-3190.  Evenings 403-335-3575. 241546  FREE DETAILS: Undecided  whether to lease or buy?  Call or write for free detail  brochure. Leslie Fox, Brown  Bros: Ford, 5690 Granville  Street, Vancouver, B.C. V8M  3C&. Ph. 28<W111. 242348  VROOM TOY, 1968 Cortina  1975 OSS A 250 cc Phantom MX  must sell $500.885-5631. 2343-  47  Boats &��� Engines  25   FT.   BOAT,   VHF,   CB,  recorder, depth sounder,  many extras. $10,000 obo. Ph.  .324-9544. 228046  HANpY MAN special, 18 ft.  sailboat    in    need    of  refinishing, $1500 obo. Ph. 885-,  9535 or 885-3860. 228246  22' SPENCER CRAFT cabin  cruiser, 75 h.p. outboard.  Sink, cupboards, ice box,  stand up head, built in fuel and  water tanks. Asking $2500.885-  2485. 233047  16' SKI BOAT and trailer. 65  h.p. Evinrude with, 25 hrs.  Must sell $2,300.885-5631. 2342-  47  SAILBOAT like new O'Day  20', new VNF, head, galley,  7.5 Merc O.B., fully equipped,  many extras. Offers on $7,000.  Ph. 885-9364. 237548  16 FT. K&C THERMOGLAS,  70 hp Johnson, built-in fuel  tank, bilge pump, duel wipers,  sounder. 1650 lb. Ez-loader  taller. Asking $4,000 - must  sell. Ph. 885-9009 between 6:30  and 8:30 p.m. 243548  Livestock  HORSESHOEING. Call Bob  Hopkins eves. 886-9470. 3300-  tfn   BLACK RAM for stud. Call  Allan May at 885-5765.  2346-  47  For Sale  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  24 FT. DIAMETER wagon  wheels, $100 pr. obo. Ph. 883-  2320. 228646  SELKIRK CHIMNEYS  and  WOOD HEATERS  at  MACLEODS, SECHELT  207941  ROOM DIVIDER book  shelves, $30; iron board,  $10; portable stereo. 4 spd;  World book year books '76-77.  Ph.. 885-3943. 7    228746  LADIES' FINE leather coat,  new cond, full length with  quilted lining, charcoal, size  42, worth $250, will sell $100.  Ph. 886-7603. 228846  Pets  MINIATURE apricot poodles  for sale. 2 male, 1 female.  886-7378. 2348-tfn.  Bus. Opportunity  MAKE MONEY ln your spare  time. Learn income tax  preparation. For free,  brochure, no obligation, Write  U & It Tax School, 1345  Pembina Highway, Winnipeg,  Manitoba. R3T2B6.      2417-40  COLLEGE COURSES at  homo I Speedwrltlng,  shorthand, bookkeeping,  business math. Full time  courses also available.  Contact Duff us College, 643  Seymour Street, Vancouver,  B.C.V6B3H6.P1..681-  7507. 241849  APPLIANCE BUSINESS on  Saltspring Island:  Showroom, workshop, living  accomodations. Ideal husband  and wife operation, low  overhead, excellent income,  unlimited potential,  realistically priced at $27,500.  Ph. 637-9501. 242446  FOR SALE. Mr. Mike's Steak  House. High volume  restaurant. Prune location.  Write Box 325, Smithers, B.C.  VOJ 2N0. Ph. 847-2828 or 847-  0711. 242046  MAKEMONEY TffifflNflnJr  frown salmon from ytwr  home. Easy operation no  outside selling required. Just  take orders. Work your tlmo.  Writo Box m Gibsons, VON  1V0. 243146  LET'S TRADE  APPLIANCES  ON NEW HOTPOINT  AT MACLEODS,  .    SECHELT  TOSHIBA STEREO, with dual  T.T., Westline speakers,  $250. Professional fold up  Ping-Pong table - new - $150,  885-5631. 234447  ~BUY, LEASE OR RENT  Record-a-Cal  Answering Device  J*C ELECTRONICS  Cowrie St., Sechelt  665-2568  1828-tfn  SINGLE  AND double wide  spaces. Some view lots. 885-  2671,885-9825. 2341-tfn.  SHARP CASH register, used  one month. $600 obo. Two  Triumph men's bikes almost  new $70 each. Two new bar  stools with armrests $75 each.  2,000 Styro packaged trays  $20. One Viking white, 2 ovens,  electrical range, like new  $200,883-2628,7-10  evenings. 2350-^7  SAWMILL. All parts less  power for mill. 52 in head  saw. 885-2879. 232947  SMALL WHITE elec. stove  $25,800-9526. 233147  "Barbie"  & HER  FRIENDS  have  arrived  at  MACLEODS  SECHELT  ANTIQUE Jacobean style  buffet,   solid   oak   with  mirror. $850. Ph. 886-7084.2438-  4(1   1972 DATSUN 1200, runs well,  needs much body work, $200  obo. Ph. 885-2475! after 6  p.m. 231046  MorcClasHlflcdH  See Pago B-3 For Sale  VIKING, electric white stove  885-3307. 237645  3- PIECE Spanish coffee table  set, china cabinet, green  rocking chair, winter coat,  mirror, 4 blankets, 2 afghans  (double) lawn lounge, 8-piece  China set. 885-2331.      238047  AIRTITE HEATERS ~ .  Combination Furnaces  Wood Ranges  Visit    ,.  MACLEODS, SECHELT  .      220643  STEEL FIREPLACE, glass  doors, 24 x 16 interior, exc.  cond. $200. Ph. 885-9824.232146  ~ALDER firewood for sale. $50  per cord. Ph. 885-3755.  2360-  48  Christian  Books  now  available at SOS  * Bibles  * Reference Books  * Children's &  * General Interest*  Books  (S)ec4ieH  )ffice  ��  ervices;  Cowrie St. Sechelt  885-3258  SPANISH couch and chair,  excellent condition. Ph. 885-  5572 or 885-3864. 231546  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..  . 4457-tf  GARAGE SALE, Saturday,  Oct. 13, 10 a.m. on appliances, clothing, etc. Selma  Park Road, follow signs. Ph.  885-2533. 236746  ZERO CLEARANCE Majestic  steel fireplace, comes with 3  lengths 81" steel insulated  chimney. $250. Ph. 885-  2613. 236846  WORLD BOOK Encyclopedia.  Ph. 886-7557. 237148  j  BUNDY CLARINET like new,  $175; music stand, $7;  metronome, $10; man's 10  speed bike, $100; Electrolux  shampoo-polisher, $65. Ph.  885-3742. 239146  ��� m.-.H1.. ���-  HOLLYWOOD  BED,   $30;  platform rocker, $35. Ph.  885-3943. 240346  DOOR SALE ��� Walker door  warehouse clearance of  French and entrance doors.  Save up to half-price on excess  and damaged stock. Three  days only, October 11 and, 12,  10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Oct. 13 10  a.m. to 5 p.m. Location rear of  8900 block Shaughnessy  Street, Vancouver, off S.W.  Marine Drive near Oak Street  Bridge. Watch for signs. Information phone 266-2821 or  985-9714. 240946  ENTIRE LINE of quality used  farm equipment. Tractors,  tillage and haying equipment.  AU in good mechanical order.  Reply Ramsay and Thompson, RR 2, Grand Forks, B.C.  Ph. 442-2228. 241146  LOW-BED 1972 Columbia 40  ton double drop. Beaver tall  New Caps also 1977 Kenworth  V1T tractor. Ph. 3744)942 or  3744406 Ed. 241347  1975 450D  CASE  Bulldozer  with six way hydraulic  blade and winch. ROPS. Ph.  498-3702,498-2421, Oliver.  B.C. 241446  For Sale  LC77 CAT 518 SKIDDER with  No. 37 Esco grapple, arch,  spare tire and chains. Low  ���hours. Offers. Ph. 334-2179. .  392-2718 after 6 p.m.     241946  GARDINER'S FARM storing  potatoes, gems or reds, $5  for 100 lbs. Storing onions $4  for 50 lbs. Carrots $4 for 50 lbs,  Hard cabbage $4.50 for 50 lbs.;  also beets, pumpkins, squash  , and more. Open daily 16975 64  Avenue, Surrey, Phone 574-  5980. Chargex accepted. 2420-  47  GOLDMINERS-Concentrator  for sale: Recovers 98 per  cent of gold dust from your  blacksand or other concentrate. Nothing like it  before. Phone 8234491. 242246  CRIMPED WIRE chimney  brush save time, money and  prevent fires. Sample prices:  6" round - $17.80, 7" round-  $19.85, 8" .round - $21.90, 6"  square - $25.25, 8" square -  $26.90,10" square - $29.75. All  sizes ' available. Prices  available. Send cheque or add  $2.00 for C.O.D. to drawer  "D", Donahue Industries  Ltd., No. 5418 Tranquille  Road, Kamloops, B.C. V2B  3H6. 242646  1971 KENWORTH with Tri-  axle short log rigging. 350  ..autumns RTO 12.515 transmission, 44,000 pound single  reduction rearends. Radials.  Completely rebuilt. Ph. 992V  7533Quesnel. 242746  NOW WRECKING! TD 18-182  Series Crawler, Ac-HD5  loader, Cat D4 crawler.  Cariboo tractor parts. Box  4268, Quesnel, B.C. V2J 3J3.  Ph. 992-5354. 243046  LUMBER: 2x4s -10 ft; 2x6s -  20 ft: 3x8s.-60ft: 2x10s - 45  ft. Ph. 552-3323. 3460-tf  30"     DELUXE    McClary  Electric Stove $250 obo 868-  9275 Sat. and Sun. 239047  OFFICE  EQUIPMENT  Sales,  service,  rentals,  all  types office equipment.  BEEBY OFFICE  EQUIPMENT  434-9144  Monthly service calls  227345  See More Classifieds  Page B-6  PASSPORT  AND  CITIZENSHIP  PHOTOS  U While you wait  ���No appointment!  necessary  .KITS!  flLiaafc^JaWrifltaAuXMeVaflai  "The Property  Movers"  WHARF  REALTY LTD.  885-5171  -IfCHET-'IftOAL   ��� Ma*  Central location on Dolphin Street. Walking dlitance  to all amenities, Hackott Park across the road. Thli  wall built 1160 tq, It. 4 bedroom home (2 up, 2 down)  2 brick fireplace*, Full baiement, 1160 tq. ft, Completely finished, Would make Ideal In-law mite. 2  bathroom* plus eniulte to matter bedroom, carport,.  Try your olfer lo FP $69,900, Mu��t have appointment  to view. Call PAT 008-3171.  We Congratulate the "Sunthlne Coait Realtor" and  wlih th��m lucdeii. "Sunihlne Coast Realtor" will be  available at Realty office* approximately Oct, 11,  197?, Should you be Interertecj In buying or ��el|lng ������  be lure lo pick one up at Wharf Realty Lid. ��� Corner  of Wharf and Dolphin, Sechelt.  aAT.,lmou��� Sunshine Coast"  PAT MURPHY TREVOODDABD  8Bfl-94B7 884-2658  BOX 100  MADEIRA PARK, B.C  883-2233  Olli Sladey  REALTY LTD.  TOLL FREE FROM  VANCOUVER:  689-7623  Member of Multiple Listing Service  HOMES  FRONT ROAD ��� MADEIRA PARK ���  Partially furnished 3 bdrm 22' x 56'.  Double wide with 5- major appliances  and storage shed. Fairly level lot,  beautifully landscaped in lawn shrubs,  flowers, trees, and a vegetable garden.  Close to stores and marinas. $49,900.  MADEIRA PARK ���1280 sq ft home on  Wesjac Road. 3 BR (one unfinished),  I   Citation kitchen, fireplace. Treed lot  garden. Close to marina. $48,500.  {GARDEN BAY ��� 3 BR view home on;  Claydon Rd. Full basement, separate*  garage. Close to marina. $87,500  SINCLAIR BAY ROAD��� 3 BR view home,  1656 sq. ft., built 1974. Dble. carport,  storage room, heated 34'x2d' swimming  pool. Large lot, level & fenced, with  large garden area. $130,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� Nice 2 BDR home with  fireplace, basement and large sundeck.  Close to stores, etc, $42,500.  GULFVIEW   ROAD   ���   Madeira  fantastic view from this new home ��� 3  new appliances, fireplace. $82,500..  RONDEVIEW ROAD ��� 1250t sq. ft. 3  bdrm home-full basement, dble. carport,  large sundeck, built 1976. $65,000.  &���.&_?,**>_��>&MV sr '  > ^y'  *>'  NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 BR home,  fireplace, sundeck, 3/4 acre lot on Hwy  101. Reduced to $33,000.  tiki  w*rr**  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 S marinas. $67,500.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 12 x 44  Glendale mobile home with 430 sq ft  addition. On 2/3�� acre lot. $28,500.  ^^Wwbw���,  W^T>?*h?s>***'  GARDEN BAY ROAD _ 2.33 acres with 3  bk nome. Good garden area. $54,000.  LOTS AND ACREAGE  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  LOW PRICED LOTS  MADEIRA PARK -2- Serviced with hyaro and water. Wesfac Road ��� $6,700 & $8,000 ���  Front Road - $8,500 ��� Gulfview Road - view lot for only $8,500.  RONDEVIEW ROAD ��� Serviced with hydro and water. $9,000 ond $9,900.  SANDY HOOK ��� view lot on Porpoise Drive. $8,000.  AGAMMEMNON, CHANNEL ��� 40��  acresi With '1,600& ft waterfront. Good  moorage in small bay with beach.  Westerly exposure creek. $160,000.  1. 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��� 1,86 acres with Gulf  view and furnished lO'.x 50' Estavilla  mobile home ond small cabin. $35,000.  3. SILVER SANDS ��� 1.64 acres with Gulf  view and 12' x 60' furnished Bosse  Cascade mobile home. Ad|'oins above  property. $40,000.  4. Near RUBY LAKE ��� 8.39 acres on  Hwy 101. $25,000.  5. Near MADEIRA PARK ��� 15 acre*,  2150�� ft on Hwy 101. $44,000.  6. GARDEN BAY LAKE ��� 3 semi-  lakefront acreages with nice view over  lake and southerly exposure.  3,92;fc acres $20,000  6,83��.acres ,,, $20,000  3.79jtacres ..,,,,...,,' $17,000  7. WARNPCK ROAD ���- lovol lot, almost  ono aero, Good soil, selectively cleared,  $24|000,  8. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 2�� acres  with panoramic view of Pender Harbour,  12'x20' cabin, concrete drlvoway,  $32,000.  9. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 1.8�� acres,  corner of Warnock and Francis Peninsula  Roads. $17,500.  10. OLE'S COVE ��� 5��  treed  acres  located   near  Lord  Jim's  Lodge  with'  access   to   water.  Well   on   property.  $35,000.  LOTS  1. MADEIRA PARK ��� serviced lot*.  $6,700 - $22,000.  2. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� serviced lot*.  $9,000-$24,000.  3. SANDY HOOK ��� view lot on Por-  polte Drive. $8,000,  4. BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� 1,5 acre*,  treed, serviced, $25,000.  5. MOBILE HOME LOTS ��� 3 lots left. On  Cochrane Road, Francis Peninsula.  Water, some serviced with hydro,  $U,500-$13,25Q,  6. GARDEN BAY AREA ��� view lots/on  Garden Bay estate* & Sinclair Rd.  $13,500-$21,250.  GARDEN BAY ��� 500 �� ft. waterfront In  a choice location with robd 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 ��� 7 acres with 540 ft low  bank waterfront. Site has been  jprepared for possible use as a large1  WF trailer-camper park & fishing  resort. This is an excellent property  adjoining the Egmont Marina.  $180,000 ��� Owner will finance at  bank interest rate.  EGMONT ��� 2.27 acres with 387J: 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.  WILLIAM ISLAND ��� Nice 2 1/2 �� acre  Island at entrance to Pender Harbour,  Piped water. $125,000.  EGMONT ��� 3.8�� acres with 550;fc ft.  low bank waterfront. Float, launching  ramp. Whole property Is terraced and  levelled ready for development. Drilled  .well. $165,000.  HOrtL        LAKt  I  LAKEFRONT PROPERTIES  eXMMMMMpej  1ES|  SAKINAW LAKE- 4�� acre* with 165��  ft, lakefront. Road acce**, weiterly  expo��ure. $35,000.  MADEIRA PARK���2,71 acres on Lagoon  Road with 200+.. ft, frontago on Paq  (Lllllou) Lako, Partially developed 9 lot  subdivision. Priced to soil at $90,000,  SAKINAW LAKE ��� 2.6�� acre* with  132�� ft. of lakefront. Road acce**,  weMerly exposure, $36,900.  j  SOLD  .,-. II   I,1.****,!    ,"lH  ��� V 4%'"*4,;   ' *,���:! ,>>A,Sr!Z>*/  I  COMMERCIAL PROPER  3  '���,.!��� I'  SOLD  >y?^AA  I. II ' al'  J  *f  "'���?,  > "i"'  ***'  '"*yr<i  w.  /  /  y>r''  AGAMMEMNON BAY ��� 1,800��, ft. of  waterfront' on 42;fc acres with road  access from Egmont Road, Older home &  yoar round creek, Beautiful vlow up  Jervls Inlet. Has boon partially  developed for a 6 lot subdivision. Priced  reducod to $235,000.  OYSTER BAY ��� 37sb acres with 575�� ft.  low bank tidal waterfront, Access via old  logging road. $74,000,  WEST LAKE, NELSON ISLAND ��� 100��  acre*, 4140sb ft, choice lakefront,  1800�� ft. ocoanfront on Vanguard Bay,  2 log cottages with fireplaces, 1 post S  beam cottage, Access by boat or float  plpne. An excellent buy for $140,000,  ���V  LOTS  SECRET COVE --- Lot A on Woscon Rd.  Stoop, but has good building silo &  bholtoiod moorage On sowor system.  $35,000.  ST. VINCENf BAY - 400�� ft waterfront,  5,97 acres, water access, $29,500.  PENDER LAKES PROPERTIES  0. A,  QrA^fAy:  hi** -<    ?'*  /v  ���r >  m  Choice Iota still available in this desirable location.  Most haveylew & sunny southerly exposure.  One lakefront lot still available.  Paved road, water & hydro, M.L.S,  '"'/   ,��� Priced from $10,000 to $37,500.  /  niin  "���'Hr,  it  "���it, .  \AAA. IA ��� tA<rA  ���:���������/  &:/>  t-\  MADfiIRA PARK - 1,Q00�� iq, ft. bldg,  with room for expansion. Clothing  business with good potential, $75,000.  Or bu��lneM only v $22,000. plus slotk.  \i\t I 'J��  I A  , *l* *| 4  t ' m \ii I it I     I i \    a  /*  rll   V '  'l  it mi  ii in.  ATA:  A~itAD  'Q  .Stj ...  ���'hill '  \ -ft1"  �����V.��''  j, '"r%v, ,,,y.s'  ;;    |i " ii  "      ' "       I SOLD u   "\ ���  *      ��  a�� ��� ��i  1  mawin nimmoMimium   ..a . ���..���mtttm  BgaatBasi..irtiiiun.jm����m '  mumr  "S"'  tzimmmm&z&w*  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233  ' Page B-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 10,1879  MAINSTREAM CANADA  Times Cross word-by Jo Meinyk  T~  2  3  '1  1  5  6  7  *  TT  TT  ii  12  jr  TT  ,  ii  16  W  Is  19  W  >  21  ���  2i  'ft':  25  ���  27  1  A  mm  "  *  ^  32  33  34  34  I  ll  I  L  40  -  ���  ��.  %������  I  "  45  46  ���  L  TT  I  f-  SO  ���  L  L  ���  L  57  58  5?"  6fJ  61  r  I  L  L  63  65  66  68  69  AT  "  l  r  ���  '  73  r  r  DOWN 33#  1. Animal    J '34.  2. Love (Italian) 35.  3. Frustrate. 36,  4. Type of Dog ' 38.  5. State" (Abbr.) 41.  6. Convened 43.  7. Kiln 46.  8. Journeys '    48.  9. Airline 51.  10. Baseball Spot . 53.  ll.Cuchulaln'sWife 55.  12. Gambling  City 57.  13. Finishes 58.  18. Dunes 59.  22. Network        \ 60.  25. Saga 61.  26. Reprimand 63:  28. Turmeric 66.  30. Was Told 68.  32. Drawn Lasso 69.  Rim  All   Directions  Stake   ,  Platform  Animal  Sheltered   Side  Rest  Ocean  Disorderly  .With  (German)  Quite  Fails  Male Bee  Bill ���  Mimicked  Alert  Clergyman  Donated  Observe  Negative  French   Article  It's not till doom and gloom  By ROGER WORTH  For Canadians, life is not;  . nearly as bad as the situation  portrayed by those doom-and-  gloom articles in the nation's  major media.  Certainly Canada has  problems, but compared to  other countries we're the next,  thing to Utopia, and the  potential surpasses that of any  country in the world.  Consider some of these  facts, alongside seemingly  endless predictions of an  energy squeeze, a recession,  and other assorted pessimistic  forecasts from the economic  experts:  Fact: Canada is creating,  jobs at a faster rate than any  country in the world and more  people are now gainfully  employed than at any time in  our history. It's important to  note that the majority of these  new jobs are being created by  small and medium steed  businesses, most of them by  entrepreneurs employing  fewer than 20 people.  ,  Fact:    Canadians   are:  among the best housed and fed  people in. the world and at  ACROSS     '  1. Urchins  5. Love (Fr.)  9. In that Place  14. Friend (Fr.)  15. Jacob's Son  16. Females  17. Future Time  19. Alter  20. Enraged  21. Fresh  23. God of f.ove  24., Change  27. Balkan  29. Lecture  31. Conquered  35. Fuss'"' ���  37. Fruit  39.- Apart  40. Brad  42. Make Happy  44. Urges  45. Prongs  47. Imagine  49. Hack  50. Respect  52. Arid Area  54. Weep  56. 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Ray hails from "down  under", that is New Zealand,  where he founded Faith  Tabernacle in Auckland and  has been in an extensive  Evangelistic deliverance  ministry in the United States  and Canada for 16 years.  He is an interesting and  powerful speaker and Coast  residents are warmly invited  to attend any or all of these  services which will be held at  Glad Tidings Tabernacle,  Gower Point Road in Gibsons.  Also travelling with them is  Vannessa Pace from the U.S.,  singer and musician. Vanessa  spent six years in the Boston.  Operatic Society and 12 years  in major opera in the East and  has been 10 years singing the  Gospel of Jesus Christ.  relatively cheap prices,  compared to costs in most  other countries.  Fact: Canada's inflation  rate - at 8 per cent ��� 9per cent -.  is several points lower than  that-in the U.S. and while  unemployment may seem  excessive,.business people  across the country are having  difficulty finding workers. .  , Fact: Canadians benefit  from what amounts to a  guaranteed annual income,  providing help for virtually  everyone in need, from cradle  to grave.  Sometimes the support  may appear niggardly, but  few Canadians die of starvation because, they can't  receive government aid.  At the other end of the  scale, systems such as  unemployment insurance and  social, welfare may be  disincentives for people to  take low paying jobs.  Fact: Canadians are able  to spend more than $1 billion  per year on foreign aid to  assist tiie poor and starving,  in developing countries.  Fact: Emigrants from  around the world are  scrambling to enter Canada  as landed immigrants. To  them, Canada is a land of milk  and honey where the streets  are paved with gold.  The pessimists should take  another look at our nation.  While Canada may be living  beyond its means, chalking up  huge deficits, the quality of  life in this country is perhaps  without equal. Few people, it  seems, understand hpw well  off we are.  Roger Worth is Director,  Public Affairs, Canadian  Federation of Independent  Business.  Attend the Church  of Your Choice  L  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  Davis Bay ��� St. John's United  Sunday, 9:30 a.m. worship  Thursday, 2:30 p.m. study sesstion ���  Gibsons ��� Gibsons United  Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.  Sunday worship, 11:30 a.m.  Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. study session  Wednesday, 1:30 p.m. prayer and share  Pastor ���  The   Rev.   George  W.  Inglis, B. Th., Phone 886-2333  T  885-3211  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  Post Office Box 1219, Sechelt  Doug Joyce  Bob Bull  Don Hadden  885-2761  885-2503  885-9504  REALTY LTD.  JackCAnderson 885-2053  Stan Anderson 885-2385  Vadim Kobasew     886-2355  684-8016  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  ROBERTS CREEK WATERFRONT  Unbeatable 125 ft of 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. Heatilator 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 pibg. Handy Sechelt locale.  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. CArport and a 500 sq. ft.  sundeck., 1.02 acres of land with approximately 86' of waterfront on Sergeant'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.  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.  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.  CREEKSIDE HOME $68,500  On 6/10 , acre with porklike 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.  S  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 $124,606  Sechelt Village. Fully rented, mostly on  lease. Shows good return on Investment.  Opportunity to invest In this growing  community. Details to bonaflde purchaser.  Doug.  DAVIS BAY: If yo  look at this one  dream kitchen,  living room, doubl  sundeck   with   extn  yourself the building hi  thought of building,  It has everything ���  ed bedrooms, large  _t and a 12 x 46  ,t view. Save  ches ~ inspect  (���poets <  ieMacl  ACREAGE  ������'Ml  SECHELT VILLAGE: 5 acres measuring 330 x 660'. Will eventually  havo a vlow, Clone to Ihe aroha, Try your offer to $35,000.  VIEW ACREAGE ��� 9 acres-ln West Sechelt. Some view ol the ocean.  Nicely treed. Good access. No logable timbers. F.P. $26,900.  this one, Asking $97,500. See Doug,  WATERFRONT  GIBSONS: The ultimate In waterfront ~ Immaculate 2 BR home with  besement, Large vessel moorage right In front ol the property, Your  own dock, total protoctlon from all seas. Excellent commercial  potential. The lot alone Is worth the price, $103,000, Call Bob for  appointment to view,  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 uses. Landscaping done complete  with lawns. Move In and en|oy. See with  Bob,  LOTS  OIBSONS: LARGE, TREED, VElW LOT: Selectively cleared ���  100'x120' In secluded area of, new homes, Mahan Rd, "between  Grandvlewand Fairvlew, Ideal building site. FP $16,900. Call Jack,  WEST SECHELT $95,000  1,500 sq, ft. of excellent 3 bedroom family  home situated on a dead ond street.  Beautiful view of Trail Islands. Double  garage and basement, Immediate  possession. Must be seen if you are looking  lor a prestige home,  LOTS  WEST SECHELT LOT: $16,900, Large creekslde Lot on quiet cul de sac  gives privacy In parklike setting with many beautiful trees. Services  at rood. Call Don.  WEST SECHELT ACREAGE ��� Good Investment for the patient. 200 x  1000 ft. of Highway frontage, Good access, FP $22,900,  A FINE ACREAGE: $35,250 full price ��� Sechelt Village, Just under 5'  acres with an attractive view and lots of garden loll. 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 lor your  plans, F.P, $00,000, To view call Bob.  WAKEFIELD ROAD; Large, level lot. F.P. $12,500. Call Vadim,  EGMONT WATERFRONT I; Excellent Investment opportunity. Close  to 660' ol wotortront with 5 arms t. n 5 yr old doubln w|ftr�� homo,  Asihliif) $115,000 Willi I  'I tin. All allots ft imtlot, will bo con��ttloi��>(l.  EGMONT WATERFRONTAGE; Over 20 acres with approx 1000' ol  waterfront, Could be an excellent Investment, Vendor offers terms  v/tth $50,000 dn. Consideration given to trades.  PEBBLE CRESCENT LOT: Save some tree A have a garden on this  level lot, Easy walking distance to all ihopi; Price now only  $13,300. Call Don;   GIBSONS-- 2 sewered building lots within walking distance ol  Village amenities, Close to launching ramp. Builders terms olfered,  $12,500 and $14,500,1  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS -: $ 10,000. Extra large building lot In area ol  new homes. All services Including paved roads, Call Doug.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS ��� Inlet view lot 50 x 120 x 90'. Close to marina.  Asking $13,300. Call Don,  ROBERTS CREEK $16,000 ea.  Country lots -��� 2 to choose from. These lots are 1/2 acre or over,  dose to school, store, golf course and beach access, Call Bob,  SANDY HOOK: Spectacular view Lot in quiet residential area, 55 x  163' zoned Rll. Mobile homes permitted. Asking $10,500.  13.5 ACRES WATERFRONT BETWEEN POWELL RIVER and LUND. 390  feet ocean Irontngo, Cabin and well on property, excellent ln>  vestment. $130,000, See Vadim,  REDROOFFS: 2 side by side view lots, each LIB acres with 100 feet  road frontage, Excellent buys at full price, $23,000 each.  COOPER RD: Lot 00x263', treed, level, Services along paved road,  Reduced to $9,500, Call Don.  CLEARED, LEVEL LOT: Sechelt Village ��� 62.3 x 120'. Ready lor  building, Owner will trade as port down payment on home, Value  $12,500, v  GIBSONS; 118,500 full price ��� Small 3 room cabin on large Sea  View lot. landscaped, fruit trees, sewer ond water. Close to boat  launch and beach. Ideal location for boat owner who does not own a  car.  BUSINESS BLOCK  tIMI RITIRIMINT BUIINMI OOINO CONCIRN $74,100 FUU, NttCI  TWO LAUNDROMAT LOCATION!. TlftMl t TRADI  . Both of these sites are kle4aHo�� yeer-reunti steed y tretie, 14 weeher  equipment In top condition, Stores are clean and newly decorated.  Oross revenue approx 12,000 per month. For further Information  call J. Anderson 689-2053 Vane 664-0016  SECLUDED WATERFRONT. ACREAGE,-Do you wanl a quiet  waterfront retreat with no roads or cars? We have a lew parcels of  evergreen forest, 5 to 10 acres each, Minimum of 250 leet of  waterfront and stream thru most lots, Located 22 miles ol Sechelt by  water or air only, Fly In with Tyee Airways Ltd. Irom Vancouver or  Sechelt, or use your own boat. Call Don,  SELMA PARK VIEW LOT: Extra large 90 x 179' lot, corner location,  easy access. Excellent view of Trail Island, FP $13,300.  LpON LAKE ,WATERFRONT ^, a bedroom cottage on 100' water-  front, Plus cement block boathouse. Guest room, Sundeck. Property  nicely treed, Cottage has L.R, Kitchen Combo, 2 bedrooms, screened'  In sun porch, shower, Oood hunting and fishing, Firm price $39,000,  DAVIS BAY; $19,900 full price, 90' frontage on paved dead end  -a. a.       0  0^.  -i������ ���-J    A^_t^_^_^_^_j_^_. _A   Jaae^a^VeWateiaVi^atlaV^jlafaUKatMk aMaa��fjeM>,^^��  wfTWmw^leWrWfTTk���^*WW*W* *rwtWj6"/WeW^��"��M '''���J"JB'w��W��wn<r**nrw   www mw    of,o kind. $��t Ppwfl, ���.������,., ,..,.��� ���,..������, ,,,.���, ,.   SECHELT VILLAGE  Only available duplex lot In Village ot Sechelt, Cleared and on  sewer. Build now or hold for 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 $14,300, Call Don.  i  I Elphinstone Secondary  School is off to an exciting new -  year. Many innovative clubs  and programmes have been  added. The CommLinicatiohs  Class has a publicity division  under the direction of Kelly  Henry. Kelly is a grade 11  student interested! ih a career  in broadcast journalism/She  has a staff of five other  students who will be gathering  school news ana covering '  school events for publication  in local papers.  This week four members of  Kelly's staff have submitted  stories. Kerry Goddard introduces Robin Hethey, the  new Geography teacher. Earl  Perry reports on his interview  with Harry Turner about the  new commerce area. Lori  Jovick describes the new  drama programme - and  reports on her intervew with  three membersfrom "Up with  People" cast. Dennis Taylor  clarifies the controversial  Hawaii Trip.  ELPHI'S      N E W  GEOGRAPHY TEACHER  Mr. Robin Hethey, just one  of the new teachers . at  Elphinstone, has many new  ideas. He is ' presently  teaching Social Studies,  Geography and Law. He  believes in learning by doing  and plans several outside of  classroom experiences. Field  trips are being planned for the  first semester Geography and  Social Studies classes. Next  semester's Geography class  has a field trip to Ontario in  the works.  In addition, the Law class  will have a chance to visit the,  Sechelt Provincial Court,  Vancouver Supreme Courts  and hopefully, the Low/er  Mainland Correction Institute.  Hethey feels it is important  to become aware of rights and  laws while one is a juvenile,  instead of waiting until  becoming an adult. He is  convinced that education canft  be an interesting and worthwhile experience.  THE   NEW    COMMERCE  AREA  A new Commerce Area  was built last summer,  because the facilities that we  had before were hot adequate.  There were a lot of small  Tsoh Nye  Report  By LANA ARNETT  and LYNN BOCKMAN  This week at Tsoh-Nye was  an outdoor week, which was  very busy. When'we arrived,  we had a very delicious lunch  made by Joan, our cook. After  lunch we had a meeting to  organize the week, then we  had free time until supper.  After supper, we had first-aid  and a film about wolves. The  first camping group met in the  cook house to discuss what  they need for the canoe trip to  Potatoe Creek.  The next morning the  campers left right after  breakfast. On the way to  Potatoe Creek, just in front of  Minnie's place, Leah and Gina  tipped their canoe over. Lynn  and Laura were there to do the  rescue and everything turned  out well, but Gina and Leah  got soaked. By the time we  reached Potatoe Creek it was  about 12:30 and we immediately set up camp. Then  a few of us went swimming  and the water wasn't bad.  That night for supper we had a  very tasty meal. A couple of  us stayed up until 1:00 around  the fire and drank hot  chocolate.  On Wednesday when tho  campers returned, the next  group left. They made it there  by 5:45 p.m. For supper thoy  had stew, but half the pot got  tipped over, by accident.  The next day, the people  who stayed behind had classes.  and ln the afternoon we did  paintings and carvings. When  the campers returned and we  were all together again and  ate an excellent Thanksgiving  turkey. That night we had  half "free night" ond half  Sechelt  Auxiliary  A reminder to all Sechelt  Hospital Auxiliary members  of the meeting to be held on  Thursday, October U at 1:30  p.m. in St. Hilda's Hall. It la  important that all members  discuss the plans and see the  items for the Christmas Gift  Bazaar   to   be   held   on  Citizen HaUrPtorac iirtng any  of.your donations made to  date for the various booths  except for the Pantry table.  unuseable;rooms and very-  little storage space.  To complement the new  addition, the school has offered a new "receptionist"  course for grade 12 students  who want to pursue this type  of career. It appears that most  students using the new facility  seem to like the changes and  are using the new area effectively.  INNOVATIVE DRAMA  After a summer of watching re-runs on television,,  the students of Elphinstone  have taken action and formed  a Drama Club with a new  teacher, Linda Riches. The  club is planning, on performing three plays during  the year. The first is planned  for Christmas, with auditions  already having started. The  two other plays are intended  for the spring; one of which,  hopefully, will be written by  the winners of the Elphinstone  Play Writing Contest.  There will also be three  student-directed plays, to be  performed for noon hours.  Several teachers are supportive of the club and'have  offered services such as  drafting, construction and  painting of sets, sewing  costumes, and music.  With all the help from the  teachers and hard work from  the club, students of Elphie  can expect some fine performances.  "UP WITH PEOPLE"  AN  EXPERIENCE  On September, 261 had the  pleasure of interviewing three  of the cast members from Up  With People, an entertainment troupe that  recently visited the Coast.  My interview with Tod  Petersen, Todd Loos and  Palmo Carpino took place in  the classic surroundings of  Elphinstone's lunch room. .  Talking with the two  Tod(d)s, I found out. that they .  were both 18 and played in the  band, Tod Peterson, who's  from Saskatoon, ��� playing the '  trumpet and Todd Loos, from  Florida, playing; bass.  In asking them why they  joined,, Tod said, "I was impressed with the show and  how 100 people could get up on  a' stage, work together, and  get the same message across  to the audience."  Palmo said he loved the  show when he first saw it,  which was in high school in  Guelph, Ontario. The- same  year he followed the show  around, until the troupe's  public relations people  suggsted an interview, which  he got. In 1978 he helped the  PR people and then this year  he was admitted into the cast,  three years after his in- ���  terview.    .  Most of cast "A", which ,  was the cast performing in  Gibsons, has been on tour with  Up With People for three  months. Prior to this, they  trained for six weeks in  Tucson, Arizona, where they  learned their basic routines  and songs.  TRIP TO HAWAII?  The aim for graduation fun  for twenty grade twelves at  Elphi is Hawaii. The Grads  plan a 16 day excursion to  Oahu in mid March of 1980.  Instead of the usual tactics,  fund raising and adult  supervision will be omitted,  seeing as it is a non-school  event.  Along with the obvious  excitement, there is some  controversy' with Principal  Barrie Boulton and the  school's   attendance  policy.  "If the Students go for the  regular Spring Break of 10  ���-,(���  days;there is no problem,'but  school days missed because of  the trip will not be excused. If  students fail a course because  of these missed days, knowing  the chance'they were.taking  before the trip, it will be their  responsibility," said Mr.  Boulton.'  Student morale has  dropped because of this, and  many students are reconsidering the trip. Many-  students feel 10 days is not  worth the cost, although eight  days missed that are unex-  cused constitute repeating a  course. ' ~  Wednesday, October 10,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageB-5  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 waterfrontage. 1000 sq. ft.  Panabode, your own dock.  Fabulous holding property.  It7* already zoned  residential. Reduced for a  quick  sale ���  $295,000.    '  JEFF STEPHENSON  Off: 588-0131  Home: 530-2682  K5��  GREyFTUARS REAI3%  3fc  FLORON  AGENCIES LTD.  96  Real Estate & Insurance  Box 238,1589 Marine Drive, Gibsons  886-2248  �����*" \i  GOWER POINT���" 1/2 acre of cleared property, lovely home with dream  kitchen, lots of cupboards, laundry and workshop area; playroom and  carport. Completely electric this house has everything including fantastic  view and is priced at only $65,000.00. '  Small 2 bdrm house in Bay area; needs paint and renovating. Asking  $20;000.00.  GIBSONS ��� Two bdrm cottage in lower village, on sewer\ close to  shopping; older type house, ideal as starter. Priced at only $28,500.  GIBSONS ��� 3 bdrm post and beam with carport; 2 baths; master bdrm  ensuite. Fireplace, open areajiving and dining rooms; new w/w in living  area; beautiful well-planned\itchen, 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 and P.O. Attractive 3 bdrm  home or\ extra large lot with good vegetable garden. Home is conveniently designed with large Rec Room, utility, workshop and spare  room in basement, $62,000.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� Ultra modern luxurious wft. home with 3,000 sq. ft of  living space; designed for modern executive or 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 $40,000.  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 is very good view property and has access to  marl naJnPprROlse, Bay, F,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 reflremeht area; lot 65' x 193'. Try your  offer.  Other lots In Village and also In rural areas.  Evenings Call: Ron McSavaney, 885-3339;  George Cooper, 88G-9344  John Black, 886-7316;  SUNNYCREST      *^\ ^N vanmiivfr  SHOPPING I II VANCOUVER  centre      I   IBSONS rxEALTY       toil free    ���  886-2277 L^^diand development ltd    682-1513  c��y R.R. 2-Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0 ,-j-L  ft   CONVEYANCINGtREAL ESTATE CONSULTING.APPRAISALS.NOTARY PUBLIC  ____r_idh?n  HOMES  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, 1 1/2  bathrooms. Floor to ceiling cut rock  fireplace In llvingroom. Built-in dishwasher,  oven 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 2x4 barn with 6 self-watering  tie stalls, 4-10 x 10 box stalls and 10 x 10  tctck room. Many extras. $69,900.  CHAMBERLIN RD: Very attractive panabode  on 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 n|ce<  studio for hobbies and large sauna in the  garden complete this tranquil setting.  $79,900.  SANDY HOOK ��� CORACLE DR: WATERFRONT 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 just 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..  LEEK RD: New home n view land of approximately 5 acres. Oak parquet floors  throughout. Open beam type construction  with large bedroom and sitting room upstairs. Ensuite plumbing. Finished basement  suite. Thermal glass and skylights. Two  fireplaces. Walk-in cooler and a 35 x 40  metal workshop on cement pad. $135,000.  SELMA PARK: NOT ON LEASE LAND. Try  your down payment on this two bedroom  house with ocean view. Would make a great  summer place or handy person could make  it a permanent home. $22,500.  1103 FRANKLIN: Large family home in  beautiful    area.    Stone    fireplace in  livingroom. Level nicely landscaped lot.  Southernexposure, 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.  NORTH FLETCHER: Cozy, compact and  comfortable home with character and  charm. A place for people who enjoy the  rustic and woodsy feel and appreciate a  panoramic view. The basement has inlaw  suite potential. Huge sundeck for outdoor  entertaining. Substantial workshop for the  hobbyist or tinkerer. $48,900.  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.  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 livingroom.  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.  GOWER POINT RD: This near new 1640 square feet executive home with view of Georgia Strait was built by owner-  contractor and has all the luxurious extras you demand. Three large bedrooms with balconies off each. Master  skylights. Expensive cedar finish in living room and dining room with skylights and vaulted ceilings. Sunken living  room and conversation pit both with fireplace. Beautiful large kitchen with fridge, stove and dishwasher. Sauna  with shower. Thermal windows throughout and energy savings warm air circuldtor make this home a must to own.  Phone to view. $95,000.  LOTS  CHASTER RD: 80' x 200' sloping lot with nice trees facing  on two roads. Spring on propeify with water rights. Close ���-  to beach and school. $14,500/  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.  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 woo/bed 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 lor Sale. $10,000 Each.  SANDY HOOK: Level corner lot with south-west exposure. Size 69 x 130 with paved road on both sides.  Power and water at site. Short distance to beach andlboat  ramp. $10,500.  POPULAR LANE: Beautiful flat buil'ding 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. Underground  services and close to boat launching. $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  diiveway 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 jnvest 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. Enjoy privacy  and the view of Howe Sound. Priced from $14,900,  SCHOOL ROAD: Three view lots 73 x 110. On sewer.  Three blocks from schools and shopping centre. Cleared  for building. $16,000. Each.  SMITH RD: Good view lot 125 x 165 approximately with a  good building site and an unobstructed ocean view.  $13,500.  TUWANEK: 80 x 140 lot only one block to beach. Full view  of the Inlet, Piped community water available. $9,900.  JASPER RD: On ths sunny slopes of West Sechelt this  4/10th of an acre lot has both size and view, Nicely treed  on quiet 'no through road' |ust off Mason Road. Lot size  averages approximately 90 x 175. $15,900.  COCHRANE ROAD: Good building lot 65 x 130. Close to  shopping and the ocean. Sewer easement of 10' on s.e.  .,d. o. th. io, $12 500 COMMERCIALREVENUE  BONNIEBROOK SUBDIVISION: Extra large view lots in  quiet cul-de-sac. All 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 schools and  shopping centre. Priced from $13,900.  ABBS RD: View of Bay area and Georgia Strait Is your  from this beautiful lot in area of elaborate homes. Two  blocks to schools and shopping. $19,900,  SMITH RD: Cleared view lot close to the, ferry terminal  and ocean vlow. Triangular shaped lot with good building  site, Priced reduced, $13,000.  >  s  ���  s  ���  ���  s  ���  !  HOPKINS LANDING WATERFRONT: Ex-  cedent business Investment on the Sunshine  Coast. This grocery and sundry store Is  located In the heart of Hopkins Landing, |ust  minutes to the Langdale ferry. Ideally  situated on 90 feet of level, walk-out  WATERFRONTAGE, being the only com-  mercallly zoned property In this area, the  land Itself Is extremely valuable. Aside  from store profits there Is ' additional  revenue from other sources, such as  collection of wharfinger lees from the  government wharf ad|olning 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.  HIGHWAY 101: Large lot 82 (eet on Highway 101 arid 271 fee) on School Road, This  CDA zoned could be Commercial, Prime  opportunity to develop. $43,000.  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  and good return make this an excellent  Investment value. Close to all the  amenities; $89,800.  FAIRVIEW RD: Revenue, quplex 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 boam constructlbn 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 vory  easy and a yearly Incomo of over $7,000  makes this property hard to boat, $78,500.  PORT MELLON HIGHWAY �� DUNHAM  ROAD: This beautiful triplex has been  completely renovated from Ihe ground up,  An Ideal Investment with three large three  bedroom suites with electric fireplaces In  each. All suites are beautllully finished and  many extras including all new landscaping  make these suites very rentable at $300,00  per month, Mountain and oceon view. Highway Access, $140,000,  GOWER POINT & STEWART RD; Duplex on  corner of Gower Point and Stewart Road,  Both sides have large kitchens and largo  llvingroom with fireplaces, One has ono  bedroom and the other three, Extra largo  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 o| property with pavod  parking lot, This high cash flow building  produces excellent Invostmont value.  Contact Jon McRao, 605-3670 for details,  $149,000.  ROSAMUND RD: Two duplexes of approximately 1000 square feot each, Two  suites currently rented at approximately  $150 each. Potential for hlghor rent. Largo  lots, Ideal Investment priced to sell. Make  an offer, $34,900 each.  WYNGART RD: Ideal Invostmont. Large  duplex In village. Excellent condition, good  rents, large rooms, lull basements in each,  Added features lor your tenants Include  sundecks, combined with breathtaking  view, Large lot with prlvato backyard,  landscaped with large cedars. Quiet area.  Quiet street. Looking for a good Investment? Vendor may consider terms.  Phone lor appointment anytime. $67,500.  iBo if nlljlfa "p.  STEWART RD: Three private acres In quiet area with nice  evergreens, Gibsons Creek (joes through back ol  property. Close to village amenities. $29,500.  GAMBIER ISLANDi 8.2 WATERFRONT acres on Gambler  Island, 270' on waterfront x 1230, Approximately 2 acres  cleared + 6 acres tall timber. Secluded bay with 0 year  old wharl, ramp and Hoot approximately 40 x 15, Sandy  beach, stream and pool then property.''Water, power, and  telephone In, Approximately BOO sq. ft. cabin yet to be  .llnlshed, 200 degree west-��outhwest view. 273' supply  train   to  cabin,   Ideal   recreational   and   Investment,  IMfttfflfftAftD  8867760  JOflMeftfit  885-3670  whecuriiiy  8862164  ARHE PETTERSEN  886-9793  NORTH ROAD: 3,4 park like acres. Access Irom side rood  will secure privacy, Nicely treed, Close to the village,  $29,000, M  SCHOOL RD: 1.36 acres ad|acent to the elementary  school, Could be subdivided to lots. On sewer ond all  services, $58,900. i  HWY 101; Approximately 16 acres, 2nd growth trees,  level, great for hobby farm, Close to Olbsons. Good  holding property and priced at only $4,000 per ocre. See  MY mm  OWE ROBERTS  STEVE SAWYER    GARY PUCKETT  885-3300       886-8040 885-2691 886-9508  ���  a  T  i. I  Page 1^6   The Peninsula Times, October 10, lg79  Effects of Alcohol  Alcohol is a; nerve  depressant.. \ It. seems to  stimulate,. but its action is  really to depress the higher  nerve. centres and remove  inhibitions, those "social,  brakes" that prevent unsocial  and reckless acts.  Long before physical incoordination sets in, the brain's  seat of judgment and  association is depressed.  A driver with blood alcohol  level not high enough to casue  readily noticeable  physical  inco-ordination can thus be a  great menace because of his.  impaired   judgment   and  association powers..  As a matter of fact, these  drivers are a greater menace  than the ''drunken driver"  because they ae hot as easily  recognized and avoided. They  are more easily recognized by  their acts of recklessness than  by erratic and weaving  driving.  Ladies Irons only  By ERNIE HUME  The ladies tried 'Irons  only' last Tuesday for their  ladies day event. Norma  Gaines and Kay Budd played  to a tie, each scoring a net 78.  Leila Comrie was runner-up  with a net 79. Nine hole winner  was Bedd Nedderi with a low  net 41. The ladies have two  more Tuesday's of competition before their annual  luncheon and election of officers on October 23.  Last .Saturday the club  tried a supper dance evening  which, according to the many  comments, was a complete  success. The music supplied  by Herb Receveur (Sax and  Clarinet) and Paul Hansen  (Organ) was enjoyed by all.  Jean Longley of the house  committee was the convenor  for a lovely dinner. It is expected that these supper  dances will be held once a  month.  Men's cribbage starts  October 10. Members and non-  members are cordially invited  next Wednesday to play in a  cribbage league for the winter  months. For more information get in touch with  Ozzie Hincks at 886-7896 or  come to the clubhouse and join  in the fun.  CBC highlights  AM-RADIO  Sunday- Open Circuit, 9:05  pm Our Future Selves Part 11  - The Earliest Years examines  the special responsibilities,  frustrations and joys of the  infant years. A programme  for those with pre-school  children.  Legal Notices  NOTICE  Application has been made to  the Motor Carrier Commission, on behalf of the  undernamed carrier, to increase rates and charges for  the transportation of freight  between the Vancouver area  and points on the sechelt  Peninsula, and between points  situated on the Sechelt  Peninsula.  Subject to the consent of the  Commission the proposed  increases will become effective on or after November  15th, 1979.  Details of proposed changes  may be obtained from the  office of the carrier.  Any representation respecting  this application may be made  to the Superintendent, Motor  Carrier Branch, 4240 Manor  Street, Burnaby, B.C., V5G  3X5 up to October 20th, 1979.  PACIFIC TARIFF  SERVICE LTD.  Tariff Agent for:  PENINSULA TRANSPORT  LTD.  2397-Oct. 10, 1979.  REQUIREMENTS  BURNING PERMIT  Operators of log landings;  millflites; road, power and  pipeline rights of way; and  commercial land clearing  projects, please note:  Effective, mid-night October  15th, 1979, a Class "A" burning permit is required in the  Vancouver Forest Region for  burning debris resulting from  any industrial operation. This  includes piled debris and  logging slash being broadcast  or spot burned.  Organized areas within the  Region are excluded.  2374-Oct. 10, 1979.  For Quick Results  ,  Use Times Adbrlef si  [Formerly Charles English Insurance Agencies]  GENERAL INSURANCE  ��� Residential  ��� Mobile Homoi  - Commercial  -Travel & Medical  ARNET. PETTERSEN  NOTARY PUBLIC  ��� Conveyancing * Will*  e ARNE T. PETTERSEN  ��� EILLEEN KINNE  e CHARLES ENGLISH  &1& ���    ^���^9 SvwnM rlgmdu JCtd.  S unnycrest Centre, Olbsons MM3 IX  YOUR PEN. TIME AD. DROP-OFF CENTRE IN OlftSONS  .885-3295  Van. Direct  681-7931  Box 979 Sechelt, B.C. VON 3AO  Next to the Gulf Station  FM RADIO  Friday ��� Ideas - 8:04 p.m.  Part 1 of five programmes  about Tutankhamun - Tombs  and Treasures - Life and times  of Tutankhamun.  SATURDAY Audience -  9:04. Part 1. Malcolm Lowry  and all that Jazz - a personal  tribute by jazz composer  Graham Collier. Part 11 The  Arts Around me commentary  by David Watmough.  SUNDAY Celebration -  10:04 p.m. Kings of the  Buddha - a BBC feature on  Buddhism in Thailand.  Senior's  report  The Executive Meeting of  Oct.2 met at the offset with  Mrs. Labonte of the Community Service Committee  who outlined the functions and  needs of the "Adult Care",  Program which is geared to  the handicapped and covers a  program of Recreation, Crafts  and Socialization and the  serving of one meal every  Friday, which would be  prepared in our kitchen by the  staff of the Society. While  some alteration might be  required, it will be recommended to the General  Meeting, that we undertake  this project if requested by the  Society.  We were advised that the  next Provincial convention  will be held at the Stockmen's  Hotel in Kamloops on May 12-  13, 1980 and that resolutions  must be at headquarters by  Feb. 10.  Dave Hayward announced  that the Photo Contest would  be extended to Oct. 30 and that  we would recommence our  fourth Thursday Social on Oct.  25.  Unfortunately, it was found  necessary to cancel the  Coquitlam Trip because of the  uncertainty of the Ferry  Service.  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  Waterfront  SANDY HOOK $68,500  Charming waterfront home  with 75' of sandy beach.  Greenhouse, garden areas,  many extras. For more  details, call Rene Sutherland  at 885-9362.  GOWER POINT $84,250  Beautifully landscaped two  bedroom home with a  panoramic view of Salmon  Rock, the North Shore  Mountains and Vancouver  Island. Older style, quality  construction, the full  basement is. ready to be  developed. 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 lot iMMne of our  most desiraJt\lfc\��ias. Sloped  lot has t��fcv/fy beach and is  nicely treed. For more infor  contact Terry Brackett, 885-  9865.  WATERFRONT LOTS ,  Located at Lamb's Bay these  nicely treed lots have a  southerly exposure. Priced at  $28,000. and $28,500. each,  they represent a good ' investment for a permanent  residence or recreational  development. For more  details, call Rene 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 exposure and view. Call Ray  Bernier, 885-5225.  HALFMOON BAY $12,900  Good view bldg. lot on  Truman Rd. lot on Truman Rd.  Close to boat launbh. More  info, with Ray Bernier 885-  5225 or Emilie Henderson  885-5383.   ,  PENDER HARBOUR $14,000  View lot on Malcolm Road.  Building site is already  cleared, has regional water,  and power. Lovely sloping lot.  Close to excellent fishing and  beach access. Terry Brackett,  885-9865.  WEST SECHELT $11,900  A nice lot in area of new  homes. Will have a nice view  when a few trees come down.  Try an offer on this serviced  lot. Contact Terry Brackett at  885-9865.  WEST PORPOISE  BAY $9,900.00  Mere's a nice serviced lot  within minutes of the village,  This Ipt Is partly cleared and  has level building site. Terry  Brackett 085-9665.  VIEW LOTS $16,750  Located on Wakefield Road  those side by side large lots  are bordered by park and  ravine for privacy. Approved  building sites, close to  village. For further Information contact Rene  Sutherland at 805-9362.  Homes  Homes  mm  SELMA PARK $14,900.  Here's a very cozy two  bedroom home located close  to the village and all  amenities. Landscaped lot  has a southwestern exposure  and great view. Lease land.  For more info contact Terry  Brackett, 885-9865.  SECHELT $53,000  New large 3 bedroom home.  Open kitchen and dining  room plan, lots of cupboard  and counter area. Ensuite off  the master bedroom. Full  unfinished basement view of  the mountains from the front  sundeck. Call Suzanne for  more information.  DAVIS BAY $66,000  1190 sq. ft. in this 4 bedroom  view home. Spacious kitchen  with lots of cupboard -and a '  bar type eating area.  Separate formal dining room.  Cozy living room with a  fireplace, master bedroom  has an ensuite, finished rec.  room with another fireplace  and a bar. 2 sundecks and a  landscaped lot. Close to  school, beach . park and  community centre. Call  Suzanne for more details.  WILSON CREEK $35,000  Semi waterfront on lease  land. The two bedroom home  is well maintained. Large  living and dining room  combo. Property is carefully  landscaped. The fridge, stove  " and washer are included. This  is a prepaid lease with 15  years left. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton for more information, 885-3971.'  ROBERTS CREEK $56,900  Located on Marlene Road,  this house is at present  rented as two suites. An  excellent investment for  occupation and rental or rent  both suites Call Don Lock 885-  3730 for all details and  appointment to view, 885-  3730.  GIBSONS $53,500  Revenue Duplex in the heart  of Gibsons. One side has two  bedrooms, large living and  dining room and the other  side has one bedroom. This  property has the potential of  being zoned commercial.  Phone Suzanne for more  information on this well  priced investment, 885-3971.  3/4 ACRE & HOME $49,500'  This family home is designed  for a large family - all ar-  borite bathroom and kitchen.  Also eating nook in kitchen.  Please see this and make  your offer to Don Lock, 885-  3730.  RETIREMENT HOME $59,000  You can possibly subdivide  two lots off of the parcel for  sale and keep the remaining  lot, plus the 60 x 24 mobile,  carport, landscaping and  heated greenhouse for your  own enjoyment.' Don Lock,  885-3730, has all details and  will be pleased to show you  over this offering.  ARCHITECT DESIGNED  HOME $77,000  Words cannot do justice to  this house - built by the  owner/contractor who gave it  all his tender loving care. A  most unusual house with an  excellent view over Paq Lake  and Pender Harbour.. Just  minutes from shops, school,  marinas and boat launching,  yet this 4 bedroom home is  nestled amongst the  dogwoods and arbutus with  complete privacy. This 1800  sq. ft. house is only ,5 years  old and is looking for a  discerning buyer. Phone me  and I shall be pleased to give  you all details regarding  terms, etc, Don Lock, 885-  .3730.  ... ���':;A' , J "-  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 homo  with Don Lock, 885-3730.  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.  Lots  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.  SECHELT VILLAGE  Located at the corner of Reef  and Shoal, close to the arena,  this nicely treed subdivision  features eleven well-planned  lots. Walking distance to  waterfront. Call Rene  Sutherland, 885-9362.  KEATS ISLAND  The  summer retreat  you've  been looking for? A corner  lot with a view at only $7,500.  Hydro 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.  PENDER   HARBOUR   $24,500  Commercial lot zoned R3-L on  Lagoon Road, 65' frontage.  Call Ray Bernier 885-5225 or  Emilie Henderson  885-5383.  ...     v  Acreage  Acreage  ROBERTS CREEK $89,500  S 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.  LANGDALE $40,000  19 acres of treed property  with a year-round creek.  Phone Suzanne for more  information, 885-3971.  ' ROBERTS CREEK $27,900  Nice level three acres in this  desirable area. Ideal for  hobby farm. Property is well  treed with over 315 feet  frontage on Highway and  over 500 feet depth. Try your  offer on this hard to find  commodity. Contact Terry  Brackett, 885-9865.  Seamount  Industrial  Park  For your Light Industrial/Service! Commercial.  heeds, or as a good investment you should consider  these fully serviced lots.  Sewer, water, paved roads,  347-600 volt three phase  power, located on Highway  101 in the Village of Gibsons.  For more infromation cal  Rene Sutherland 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 js 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  rhore information.  GIBSONS $115,000  Located at the corner of High-,  way 101 and. Park Road) this  2f acre parcel is presently  zoned R4, but Is ripe for  commercial development. For  more information contact  Rene Sutherland, at 885-  9362.  WEST SECHELT $39,700  Cute one bedroom house,  chicken house, large -truss  roof outbuilding situated on  2f acres of good, cleared  level land. Fruit trees, well.  To view call Rene at 885-  9362.  Business  Opportunities  Drycleanlng 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 tp  sell. Call Ray Bernier, 885-  5225, or Emilie Henderson,  885-5383.  ALDERSPRINGS  ROAD $13,500  Located next to park in lower  Gibsons, .this unusual lot has  many unique features. For  more info, call Rene Sutherland, 885-9362.  TUWANEK VIEW LOT $9,000  Close to beach and boat  launch, Vendor will carry  agreement for sale. For more  details call Rene,  885-9362.  CREEKSIDE PLACE  , 10 fully serviced lots, situated  approx. 2 miles northwest of  Sechelt, corner of Mason and  Norwest Bay Roads. Level lots  to facilitate both single and  double wide trailers. Call  Emilie Henderson, 885-5383,  or Ray Bernier, 885-5225.  FRANCIS PENINSULA $10,000  Excellent Bldg. lot In new subdivision, water & hydro,  septic approval. Near  Gerrons Bay - good fishing I  Emilie Henderson, 885-5383,  or Ray Bernier, 885-5225.  ^-,  ���*+������  SOID     /."  - Ah  \   ilbAV-    f  ' -~..-.A .^?%. V'ix./  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 Emlllo Henderson 885-5383.  '//?���  .C'f  :j7 }.\  ���Vt'tv,  1 ���  ! ' i '  i . t ��t )  tlMM*,  }..���::  ����r *Ma  r  1 ,1 .'  *��.,  vw,  f  i  ���\  RAY BERNIER  885-5225  CORRY ROSS  885-9260  RENE SUTHERLAND  885-9362    ���  TERRY BRACKETT  885-9865  DON LOCK  885-3730  EMILIE HENDERSON  886-6383  POWELL  RIVER  WEST  VANCOUVER  VANCOUVER  *-~ ��� ' -������������. .......OfHM^OffrCS*'--.---'-"'-.----. ��� ~ ������  .,���_..:..,. rO.5ERVi.YQU   MEMBER OF   RELOCATION SERVICES CANADA" REFERRAL SYSTEM  SUZANNE DUNKERTON,  J 885-3971  TERRI HANSON  886-8295  KINGSWAY  SURREY  LANGLEY  J \.:.^  ] For the 'first;,./time,,  provisions : of British  Columbia's new Forest Act  are being used to require  year-round burning permits in  the Vancouver Forest Region.  The order has been issued  by . Alan . MacPherson,  Manager of the Vancouver  Forest . Region, under  authority legislated by Sections 112 and 110 (b) of the  province's/Forest Act. Bill  Smith, .Regional Manager of  .Protection explained that  ; previously, permits were not  required for slash disposal  once the fire season was over.  - "Now anyone who wishes  to burn machine-piled debris,  to do broadcast burning of  logged areas, or to undertake  prescribed burning to enhance  range areas,, will have to  obtain a permit, at any time of  the year," jSmith continued.  The notice, issued by the  Regional Manager, states that  permits are required from  mid-night October 15th, 1979  until mid-night, April 14th,  1980, which covers the period  outside the fire season. Under  the order the only fires,  allowed without a permit are  those to burn materials piled  up by hand. This description  would, include campfires.  Organized areas within the  Region are excluded. Smith  pointed out that the reason for  the new requirement is to give  the Forest Service greater  control over burning where  . smoke may be a problem or  where fires lit to dispose of  machine-piled debris might  not be completely extinguished when supervision  of the burning-site is abandoned.  "The latter we call  "hangover landings.". They,  have been known to smolder  all winter long and break out  in full-fledged forest fires the  next summer," Smith commented.  "Requiring a permit gives  us a better chance to ayoid  such an occurrence."  The Vancouver Forest  Region stretches up the coast  north to Cape Caution,  reaches to a point below  Tweedsmuir Park and extends just east of the Fraser  Canyon area to include  Manning Park and touches the  U.S. border in the south along  the Fraser Valley and Lower  Mainland areas. Vancouver  Island is also within the  Region.  Burning permit applications and further details  are available at all Forest  Ranger Stations and Ministry  offices throughout the Vancouver Region. ,  PENDER HARBOUR  REALTY LTD.  Highway 101  at Francis Peninsula Rd.  883-2794  HALE  OPTICAL  'Serving the  Sunshine  Coast  with the finest in eyewear'  9-5 Mon. thru Fri.  7030 Albernl St. .  (next to Overwaitea)  Powell River B.C.  PHONE: 485-2668  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. A big 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: Pender Harbour area... 2 adjacent 4 acre  parcels each with approx 150' of deep protected moorage.  Fairly high bank but quite workable and well worth the asking  price of ,$50,000 each.  IRVINES LANDING ��� Contemporary 3. bedroom home with hot  water heating and a magnificent view over Lee Bay. The grounds  are unusual and immaculate. The price is right at $75,000.  GARDEN BAY��� 2 large view lots $14,000 each.  GARDEN BAY ��� Fairly new 2 bedroom home $35,000.  EXCELLENT BUY ��� 1000 sq. ft., 2 bedroom, full basement. Near  public wharf, good garden, nice view. Just $50,000 F.P.  WATERFRONT ��� Two side by side waterfront lots. Each slightly  over 1 acre. Both have safe moorage, power and water. Priced  al $50,000 and $36,000 respectively. *  BARGAIN BAY ��� Deluxe waterfront condominiums - 2 beautiful  unit's. Unit 1 has approx. 1,468 sq. ft. of living area; other approx. 1,200 sq. ft. (presnetly rented) These two'gorgeous view  units offered at $135,000 for both. Must be seen.  JOHNBREEN MIKEROSSE      JOCK HERMON  883-9978 883-9378 883-2745  CAN YOU beat this weight? Cliff on Shop Easy's scale. Southwood, of  Southwood   first   estimated   his Southwood   Road  at   Redrooffs,  Manitoba Miracle Squash at 70 donated the squash to St. Mary's  pounds, but it weighed in at 95 pounds  Hospital whose patients will be enjoying pumpkin pie, pumpkin bread,  pumpkin tarts ...  Goat owners beware - course  Goats have been on the  bestseller list for years, and  these likeable animals'" seem  well  suited  for   our   en^  vironment where they fulfill  an important role as pets as  well as providers of healthy  nourishment.  But as goat owners are well  aware, you can keep goats and  you can keep goats.  Dr. Bailey, who owns the  -Animal Clinics injGibsons and  Sechelt, has kindly accepted  to give a lecture  on Goat  Gibsons Hospital Auxiliary  By MARIE TRAINOR  The regular monthly  meeting of the Gibsons  Hospital Auxiliary was held  oh Wednesday, October 3, in  the Calvary Baptist Church  Hall, with 28 members  present.  President Joan Rigby,  chaired the meeting and  welcomed another new  member. Marion Lineker.  Sept. weather  Rainfall -10.93 cm -16 days  without rain.  A beautiful month compared to 1978 with almost the  same rainfall -10.35 cm and  only six days without rain.  The 18 year average for  September is 8.20 cm.  1969 was the wettest  September with 19.41 cm and  1975 with only 0.08 cm the  driest.  We are still over 9 inches  behind last year's rainfall at  this time - so can look forward  to either a wet fall or a far  below average precipitation  for the year.  Daytime high temperature  - 23.5 c. In 1978 - 21.5 c.  Overnight low temperature -  7.0c. In 1978 - 5.5c.  Committee chairmen  reported that, for the month of  September, 13 volunteers  worked a total of 87 hours.  Marjorie Leslie reported  that plans for the Aloha  Luncheon, on November 16 in  the United Church Hall,  Gibsons, are progressing  smoothly and tickets have  been distributed to members  and local businesses for sale  to the public. There will also  be a display table of Christmas decorations, which have  been made by some of our  members, will be sold In  conjunction with the luncheon.  Here is a great opportunity to  come out and enjoy a lovely  lunch and, at the same time,  do a bit of Christmas shopping!  There will be 10 members  from the Gibsons Auxiliary  attending the Lower Mainland  Conference on October 10th at  the Villa Motor Inn in Bur-  naby. .  The literature for the  Canadian National Institute  for the Blind campaign,  commencing October 15th to  20th inclusive, has been  received and is being  distributed by the President to  team captains. Door to door  * canvassers will be out seeking  public support during  this  period and we are, hopefully,  looking forward to a successful campaign in aid of this  worthy cause.  The next meeting will be  held on Wednesday,'  November 7. Come and bring  a friend who might be interested in our activities.  Husbandry on October 18,  Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in  Roberts Creek Elementary  School Library. The fee is $1.  This informal session,  which will be accompanied by  a slide presentation, will include common diseases and  their treatment, breeding of  goats, management, care of  the feed, castration, dehorning and any other subject  relevant to owning goats. The  session is planned to provide  plenty of time for questions  and exchange of experiences.  885-3512 ��� Continuing  Education.  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Soaslde Plaza, Gibsons Eves: Call  886-2000 Norm Peterson 886-2607  or Dennis Suveges 886-7264  Shiokari Pass coming  Shiokari Pass, a new film  from the producers of The  Hiding Place, will be shown at  Glad Tidings Tabernacle,  Gower Point Road, Gibsons on  Sunday, October 21, at 6 p.m.  Shiokari Pass in unique  among World Wide Pictures  productions, Although It has  an English soundtrack, It was  originally produced for  showing to Japanese  audiences. It was filmed  entirely in Japan with a  Japanese cast and crew, and  depicts the delicate beauty of  that country. The drama of  the story unfolds against a  backdrop of Japan's spring  blossoms, snow-capped  mountains,  and  whispering  ,r.%4^e^ryi Shiokari Pass  U based on the International  best seller by Ayaka Mlura.  Nearly two million readers  have been touched by this  story of the abiding love of a  young couple at the turn of the  century.  Credited with creating a  deeper understanding of the  Christian faith among the  Japanese people, the film tells  of the love of Nubuo for Fujlko,  and of his willingness to be  guided by his personal faith,  no matter how great the cost  of commitment.  From its gentle opening to  Its gripping, unexpected  conclusion, Shiokari Pass Is a  profound demonstration of the  power of love In ono life.  The Reverend N.J. Dykes,  pastor of Glad Tidings  Tabernacle extends an Invitation to each member of the  community to attend this  special jkbawing,.ai^  "Shiokari Pass is the kind of  fllrri that will be enjoyed anl  remembered by the entire  family."  There will be no admission  charge for the film program.  Owned and operated by  AELBERS REAL ESTATE APPRAISALS  When considering selling your property.we will execute an  Independant written, documented appraisal (or $150,00. II  you decide to Hit your property with Solar Realty and a sale  Ii completed we will re-lmburse the appraisal (������,  SEE OUR COMPLETE MWINO*  In the  SUNSHINE COAST REALTOR  ��������T5fT^^ -  DAL GRAUER .S85-3808 eves.  922-2017 toll free  BOX 1490  TRAIL & COWRIE ST.  SECHELT,  VON 3A0  885-2235  TOLL FREE  689-5838  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE  SPCEIAL HOUSE ���SPECIAL VIEW #252  West Sechelt two bedroom home with full  basement almost completed. Super large  sundeck to take advantage of this great  view. Large living areas, country kitchen.  Priced |or quick sale at |ust $74,900, Larry  or Ruth Moore 885-9213. '  PLEASE! GIVE ME A LOOKII #4066  A VIEW of my biggest house but I have  others on my over 3 acres on the WATERFRONT, at Pender Harbour, Fully rented at  $510.00 per month. Priced at $115,000.  Willing to carry a balance. Try your offer to  "Tiny Bob" Kent 885-9461  HOMES  ATTRACTIVE FAMILY HOME   # 216 $69,900  Exceptionally well maintained 3 bedroom  VIEW home on Fir Road, right In Davis Bay.  Offering 1260 sq. ft, on the main floor and  985 sq. ft. on the ground level each complemented by an attractive fireplace. The  value should be seen to fully appreciate.  Call either Bert Walker 885-3746 or Bob  Kent 885-9461  SUNSHINE COAST TRAILER COURT        #253  3 bedroom double wide trailer In Sunshine  Coast Trailer Court. 1052 sq. ft. with 10' x  30' covered sundeck. Price of $23,900 Includes washer, dryer, fridge, stove, dishwasher, built-in china cabinet, curtains and  drapes. Can be moved off to your Own lot.  Fantastic starter or retirement home.  George Longman 885-3400.  EXECUTIVE WATERFRONT HOME  ON ONE ACRE #224  Superb spacious waterfront home. Large  master bedroom with ensuite and private  patio onto Japanese garden. 3 bedrooms  and don on large main floor. Full basement  has rec room, utility, spare bedroom and  workshop area. Rita Percheson, 885-5706.  TRAILER PARK ft HOME #243  Over 5 acre park with room for 30 trailers.  Located on high partial view property.  Residency consists of o large 2 bedroom  home - 40' inground pool sauna, privacy  $240,000. Chuck Dowman 885-9374 or  George Longman 885-3400.  TWO BEDROOM CHARMER #239  Well bijllt home on large lot. Hardwood  floors, attached carport, utility room,  seperate storage building and all landscaped. Most charming - the price $43,0001  Ruth Moore 885-9213,  ROBERTS CREEK ��� CONRAD RD, #232  3 bedroom, 1344 sq. ft. double wide trailer  home located, on 1,75 acres, features 3  piece ensuite plumbing off master  bedroom. Family room complete with bar,  built In china cabinet, utility room with  washer and dryer and an abundance ol  storage and cupboard space. Landscaping  need to make trjls one a beauty. Full price  $53,000. George Longman 885-3400,  Lots and acreage  EXCELLENT FAMILY HOME #21  If you've been looking for a comfortable,  well-maintained home for a growing family,  this 3 bedroom VIEW home In Davis Bay  could be the answer, Both levels In this fine  home are finished with 1260 sq. ft, on the  main floor and 983 sq. ft. on the ground  level. With attractive fireplaces, large  games room and double carport It has so  much to offer. See this one before you  decide and you'll agree the $69,900 asking  price Is realistic, Bert Walker 883-3746 or  "Tiny Bob" Kent 883-9461.  READY TO BUILDT #238  This lot Is ready to buy, large level lot nearly  cleared, located on a quiet corner and |uit  $12,000, Ruth Moor* 889-9213.  NEXT TO LORD JIM'S #226  400' law WATERFRONT, 5 acres approx of  magnificent waterfront next to Lord Jim's  Lodge, Water ond 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-  3934.  beWYROAD #177  Four large, level lots, some view In the  prestlgeous area ol West Sechelt, Lot 20 -  $16,500; Lot 23 - $11,300; Lot 24 > $10,700;  Lot 26 ��� $11,500, Larry Reardon, 805-3924.  A LOT FOR YOUR MOBIL! #4105  High and dry off Lagoon Road, Madeira  Park, 88 x 164 ft, Lot xoned for mobile  homes as well as commercial, Take $1300  down, bah on easy monthly payments $100  at 10 per cent Interest. Full price $7,230.  "Tiny Bob" Kent 883-9461.  LAKE FRONTAGE #4021  Looking for a quiet 'spot on a lake with a  ������'tffltrCTMtitxtpi^  Thl* nlas lot on Gorden Boy Lake could be  |ust right for you. Vendor will make It easy  too, with |ust a low down payment and  balance at the current bank Interest rate,  $29,300, Bert Walker 993-3746,  LOT #55 TRUMAN ROAD  HALFMOON BAY #204  Driveway roughed In to this spectacular  OCEAN VIEW property. Beautiful arbutus  and moss covered rock formations. Boat  launch and beach only 1 block. Serviced by  sewer, Area of better homes. $14,300.  ACRIAOI WITH CRHK # 189  This property Is everyone's dream. Large 2  storey family home has 3 bedrooms, rec  room, den, 2 fireplaces and much, much  more, Rita Percheson, BB5-3706,  NORWEST BAY RD, OPPOSITE DERBY  RD, #178  4 loti ��� some with VIEW. In their natural  state so you can create your own land-  scpalng. Priced at $12,300, Lorry Reardon  .8833924.  A VIEW TO IMPRESS #4076  Take full advantage of the VIEW Irom  almost an acre overlooking Sechelt Village.  Short walk to iwnM, public btoch, nuar  schools ond hospital. 123 x 311', $27,000.  "Tiny Bob" Kent 883-9461,  SOLAR SEEKERS #257  Right  southern   slope,   Seaward   outlook  "TaKWI fuTf WlmWalfen  , foot width. On end ol quiet paved road  having hydro, phone "city" water, etc.  Enhance with selective clearing. Short stroll  to easy public access seaside, Cash  ���17,500. "Tiny Bob" Kent 883-9461.  9/10 of ACRE #288  This large corner lot located on Reef Road,  In the village ol Sechelt. Two sides of the  property are on paved roads and Is ad-  jacement to a new subdivision, This very  desirable property Is being offered at a very  desirable price, The owner Is asking $9,300  but will consider offers. Eric Rudland BBS-  9837.  BEST OF BOTH LOCATIONS #4011  Conveniently located on high ground  overlooking lovely Hotel Lake, this 6 acre  parcel oilers a quiet setting for that little  retreat you have In mlnd^her* you can go  boating on tha lake or If Its salmon fishing  or cruslng you'd like for a change Irvlnos  Landing Is |ust minutes away. A real buy at  $28,300, Bert Walker 803-3746,  LOWER ROBERTS CREEK #234/#233  2 lots side by side, 113x93', fully tread,  regional water, Maskell Rd. approx. 300  yards from water. George Longman 085-  3400.  MILNERRD. ���ROBERTS CREEK #236  Fully treed building lot, 113x185' approx.  200 yards from water with ocean VIEW, Full  price $17,730. Oeorge Longman BB3-3400.  ��U��IT 1NX>YM��NT       ���,���������, ff)4e  Almoit hundred (�������� on Redrooffs Road, Top ,  end  of lot  provides  best  VIEW,   Water  connection fee paid. Close to beach access,  Post Office, store convenience at $10,800  Full Price. "Tiny Bob" Kent 8884461.  I  1  > PageB-8  Tbe Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 10,1979  thom^SSE^^ IN AND SEE  OCTOBER 12th & 13th  First New Truck  of theSO's  TOUGH NEW  SOUTH COAST  FORD  MERCURY  F-250 STYLESIDE 4x4  BRONCO RANGER XLT  FORD RANGER  F-150 FLARESIDE  COME AND TEST DRIVE  THE ALL NEW 1980 FORDS  FULL LINE  FORD  &  MERCURY  DEALER  .���*^K^i-stfrv*����ii **o�� #**���� t^ftftft #)-ifja '��,(> <( tife^wi.wv--- *��sf*i  1326 Wharf Road, Sechelt  JfW^jjyjMit^^^i k) W*iM^^^fjj^j^ll ���'  MDL 5936  Van. toH free 684-  O   FORD ��� MERCURY ��� MUSTANG ��� CAPRI ��� FORD TRUCKS & VANS ��� COUGAR ��� T-BIRD ��� GRANADA* BOBCAT ���'FIESTA ��� COURIER  ��� BRONCO ���   CO  (  1  /  /,  1 Minor hockey  With registration over we are looking  forward to our first Ice session on Sat.  October 20. ~ *  'PUPS - 8-9 A.M., ATOMS -1-2 P.M.,..  PEEWEE - 2^ P.M.,; BANTAM - U .  P.M., MIDGET AND JUVENILE - ��  P.M.   '    '   ���   -   *     '  This is to enable coaches to place the /  boys on a team so it is important that all  hockey players and coaches attend.  Anyone interested in refereeing phone  Dave Maedel at 885-3146.  We still need a few coaches so if anyone  is interested'please phone 885-3979. There  is nothing to being a coach-all you require  is love of boys and hockey, a ton of  patience, a large car or bus a few hours a.  weekend, a willing smile, a pair of skates  and a hockey stick, and a very understanding wife.  MIRR PROTECT  YOUR CM  Can you spare  15 minutes  for a FREE...  ��� ANTIFREEZE CHECK  AND  ��� PRESSURE TESTING  of the COOLING SYSTEM  NQ APPOINTMENT NECESSARY - ITS FREE  SECHELT AUTO CLINIC  WHARF ST. SECHELT  885-5311  NEXT TO LEGION  Use 'Times' Adbrlefs  to Sell. Rent. Buy,  Swap etc.  JUVENILE soccer on the Sunshine Coast.is finally getting off to a start, but this'team found practising on  Sunday still didn't have a name.  Skating Club set to begin  The Sunshine Coast Figure Skating  Club will begin it's season on Wednesday,  October 17. If you missed the registration  last week you may register by calling  Nancy Douglas at 886-2103 after 5 p.m.  daily It is important that we at least have  your child's name and skating level prior  to our starting date.  TENTATIVE SCHEDULE A  WEDNESDAY  4:30 ��� 5:15 Patch  5:15 ��� 6:00 Freestyle  6:00 ��� 7:00 Badge ��� Beginners to  Basic only.  THURSDAY  4:30���5:00 Power Skating ��� boys only  5:00 ��� 5:15 Ice Clean  5:15 ��� 6:00 Patch  6:00 ��� 6:45 Freestyle  6:45���7:45Badge ��� Novice I plus, also  Adults and Teens ��� Beginners plus  SATURDAY  9:30 - 10:15 Patch  10:15 ��� 11:00 Dance  11:00 ��� 11:45 Freestyle  11:45 ��� 12:45 Badge ��� Beginners plus  SUNDAY  4:15 ��� 5:00 Patch  5:00 ��� 5:45 Freestyle  5:45 ��� 6:15 Precision and Stroking  Due to the Olympics this year, all  Canadian, Divisional, Sectional and Zone  r>.i? *;' '  Section C  Wednesday, October 10,1979  Pages 1-8  competitions will be earlier. This has  affected our skaters who usually participate in the B.C. Coast Zone Competition because of our late start. This  year- there are only two girls entered,  Anita 'Fischer and Sheryl Douglas. The  B.C. Coast Zone Competition is being held  at Connaught Figure Skating Club in Richmond this year from October 25 -28.  Some of our skaters attended Spring  and Summer Schools and successfully  passed the following tests:  Julie Poulson ��� Prelim Figure; Dutch  Waltz and Canasta (Prelim. Dances)  Leah Bennett ��� First Figure; Swing  Dance (Final Prelim Dance) and Ten Fox  (First Jr. Bronze Dance)  Sheryl Douglas -��� First Figure) Ten.  Fox, Fiesta and Willow Waltz, (Jr. Bronze  / Dances); and Jr. Bronze Freestyle.       !  Linda Leitner ��� European, Fourteen  .Step and Foxtrot, (Sr. Bronze Dances); .  ^ Anita' Fischer - flilrdTigure. ���w*  At the close of last season, tests passed  in Vancouver included:  Prelim Figure ��� Shellie  Brown,  Caroline Fisher, Cheryl Esslemont,  Denise Kohuch.  Second Figure ��� Linda Leitner, Louise  Higgs, Anita Fischer.'  Cosy comfort C-110  '~���m  Uses less fuel  Long burn  8 to 14 hrs.  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TAKE NOTE: A heater that is not thermostatically controlled and is without preheated  primary or secondary air intake gasket sealed door, averages wed below 50% burning  efffciency. Valtey Comfort heaters operate at 80H efficiency.  Buy your wood heater direct from Thomas Heating warehouse  In Lower Gibsons and SAVE BIG DOLLARS-  Also see other Valley Comfort wood heaters.  "���rnkW^kr"  THOMAS HEATING  Sun��.hin��  Cocnt  Excluslvo Dooler  WORKERS'0>flV>6NSAT��ON BQARO&OZ'  B3!,IU*.�������� MmM ��,��>����> |W   V��,/.1III l*i|<����* JMWI.'ll iMn. (I'"'"-'"���'���  mesttr chairg* 1  Sorvlnq the Const ilriro 1 967 V ���     .��  ���c ���  Page 04  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday. October 10,1979  OVER THE HILL HOCKEY LEAGUE  1 GENERAL MEETING  j    OCT. 11 - 7 p.m. - 8 p.m.  J AT THE ARENA  I FREE SKATE FOLLOWING - 8 -10 p.m.  I ?NO STICKS"  ! NEW PLAYERS WELCOME!  1  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  .j  #��.  SMALL WOOD RESOURCES  OPEN SATURDAYS ��� 11 a.m.-2 p.m.  '    OR CALL FOR LUMBER  'Rough Lumber Hogging "Cutting *Thlnning  Field Road  885-2455  ���aati  Time out  Pretty lazy  by Steve Ripper  Sechelt was pretty lazy last Sunday.  No-one was out developing their muscles  and improving their health anywhere.  There were no soccer practices, games or  even informal games to speak of.  ���Everywhere I looked the fields and courts  were totally devoid of humanity. No  pictures to be taken, no articles to be  written. People I phoned were not at home.  Where was everyone? Out plucking the  feathers of a turkey?, or stranded at some  ferry terminal? Most likely everyone was  either out on holidays off the coast, or just  taking it easy.  Looking for photos I went in search at  the Sechelt Ice Arena, the finding of which  was not easy. The area has changed  considerably since I was last up there.  There is a deluge of houses, accompanied  by a maze of roads. The one we took  changed into dirt, and took us in a circle  through the backwoods of Sechelt, ending  up in a blockade.  This is fine if you have an adventurous  spirit, and a dirt bike or four wheel drive,  but in the average, conventional chevy,  the ride is far from comfortable. Perhaps  a little more indication as to the  whereabouts of the arena would help  prevent a little unplanned offroading.  Senior Curling  The Peninsula Senior Curlers kicked off  what promises to be another excellent  season with an organisational meeting at  the Gibsons Winter Club on October 4 with  some 24 members present.  After some discussion of proceedures  the rinks as listed below were drawn by  first classifying the players and then  having the Skips draw their rinks from the  hat.  There was discussion of the possibility  of making up rinks to participate in spiels.  This will receive further attention later on.  The first day at both locations will be  occupied with scratch games and instructional sessions. The regular draw will  commence Oct. 23.  Just a little note to Margret Webb-sorry  if I wrote an anticle that could be  misconstrued as sexist and condescending  to the Sechelt Women's Soccer Team. I  assure you that nary a sexist thought ran  through my head while writing the article.  Do you suppose you could take a few  minutes, dig through your stack of old  newspapers, and reread the article? I'd  like to direct your attention to the quote  (Notice, quote) of the Pender Harbour  teams' coach, in which he said he would  have to teach his players to kick the ball  instead of the other players. I'm sure the  coach of a women's soccer team would not  mean a remark like that to be sexist. Instead, it illustrates that his team is particularly rough. I would have used the  quote in any article regardless of sex, if it  was applicable.  �� ��� *  The Senior Mens Hockey league enjoyed a  good and enthusiastic turnout this week,  and would like still more players. If you  are interested, why not come out to  Wednesdays'practice. .  The times are: 6:00-7:00 p.m., Roberts  Creek; 7:15-8:15 p.m., Pender Harbour;  8:30-9:30p.m., Sechelt 'A'; 9:45-10:45 p.m.,  Sechelt *BV  _^tmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmit  COAST GARIBALDI  HEALTH UNIT  Influenza Immunization will be  available to all persons over 65  and to persona of any age who  have any of the chronic conditions:  ��� Respiratory diseases, .  ��� Diabetes and other metabolic  dltorderr;' *���* - "*   ��� Heart disease,  ��� Kidney disease,  ��� Chronic severe anaemia.  Clinics will be held at  The Health Unit,  1474 South Fletcher Road,  GIBSONS  October 16,1979  10 a.m.-12 noon  and at  Mental Health Centre,  Sechelt  Oct 15,1911  10 a.m.-12 noon  'mmfmtmtmmmmmmmmmmmm  ELPHINSTONE coed rugby team in  action last week in Gibsons. .Score  was not available at press time.  Curling news  By now our Opening Dance and.  General Meeting are things of the past.  Now we can get down to the fun part,  Curling.  The Free Ice Time is available on  Friday, Oct. 12, this is to allow new curlers  to come out and give it a try, and for  previous curlers to get in some practise.  There will be someone on hand to give you  pointers, if needed.  The following two days, Oct. 13 and 14  will be taken up with our Annual Fun  Bonspiel; to^register for this phone Ed  Rennie at 885-2067 soon.  Regular League Curling starts on Oct.  15 at 7 p.m. Larry reports the rinks are  really shaping up, so to avoid disappointment, phone Larry at 885-9088.  Now here is the third set of exercises to  put you in "Curling" shape.  Excercise Five ��� Purpose: To stretch  muscles of groin area. Repititions: Five  each. Movement: Stand feet apart, place  left foot diagonally ahead and move right  foot back into position somewhat  resembling sliding delivery, place hands  on left knee and bend forward at the knee  SLOWLY until a stretch in the groin area  area is felt, repeat with right foot forward.  Six ���. Purpose: To accelerate heart  rate, increase blood flow to working  muscles, raise body temperature.  Repitition: 50 contacts each foot within  one minute duration. Movement: False  rope skipping, hopping foot to foot.  is pleased to announce the opening of her practice in  General Dentistry in association with Dr. T.C. Webb  and Dr. P.S. Collinson in the Gibsons Dental Centre.  For appointments, please call 886-9110  WATERBEDS  ON DISPLAY  Free delivery to our warehouse In Gibsons.  We stock waterbed sheets and accessories.  ONE MORE WEEK  Do-it-yourself waterbed kits CnJAnA  complete *249����  HoHday bed -complete  DRAPES  Residential  Commercial  TOWELS���^  by J.P. Stevens  S0BS  Bath sit*  rsxj. $10.��e SAM  Foe* cloths  r��o. ta.9! SALI  ��� Free estimates  ��� No obligations  LEATHERPILLOW^  King size        '2300  Queen size      '17����  *��� .*^tj|aaMtaVHMBBK  VUNSHINiVS  INTI  ^8Sl!ilflw*w��t#tw3*w*^~wibsons"  Fish buyers  The Honourable K. Rafe Mair, Minister  of Environment, announced today a  further measure aimed at more effective  control of sales of fish from fisherman to  fish buyer. Under this new regulation a  fish buyer will be required to carry, or post  his licence, or a certified copy, on the  premises described on the licence. Up to  now many buyers have kept their licences  at their home stations.  This regulation will help to ensure that  all fish buyers are properly licenced by the  province. It will also assist in improved  recording, of all sales from fishermen to  buyers and thereby improve accuracy of  records of catch as well. Improving sales  records is designed to help in conservation  and management of fisheries resources.  The regulation will come into force on  October 25th, 1979.  WOOD HEAHN6 CENTRE  NOW OPEN  for all your wood  heating needs.  ��� We install what we sell ���  We install all our products  lUNSHINE  Pzsm Richard      886^411   North Road,  u^Sasaratt     886-8023   Gibsons  Free Estimates      No Obligation  STORE HOURS  M0N-FRI 8:00-6:00 p.m.  SAT - 8:30-5:00 p.m.  INSULATION  yj&c  ^   m FIBREGLASS INSULATION  |w|  CHIP Government "CHIPS"Program  ��� -i    sw   ^k*" ��� ������       Save now on energy efficient Fibreglass Insulation.  Canadian Home Insulation Program   Get up to $500.00 Government. Grant on insulation if  your home was built before 1961! 11 Details at your  House of Windsor store.  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All accessories  available.   _  *M   lln. ft.  ;.-.-,-,-.-,-,���....-,,..,-   i?:ttW*: r   irw*'A  III  l|:!!!a'&aS  fljS$w&$  rHwi^WJ^wiviH'j  BI-FOLD DOOR  Soloctlon and savings on nil  your Bl-fold door requirements, Chock the slzo , , ,  check tho savings,  2'x6'8" half louvre  WEATHERSTRIP  Seal out the draft of cold  damp winds and save  energy.  Good  for  the  home and garage.  DOOR SET 3 piece aluminum set ...  95  SATIN  LATEX  Rog. $14.95   J | A95  SALE    <iv  ENTRANCE DOORS  Beautiful   hand   carved  Mahogany     entrance  doors.  Unfinished, Prom   95  PLYWOOD  Plywood cuttings  Approx. 1x3 ea. 50  4x6x5/8" "P" grade Fir sheathing    9 9  4x8x11/16 sanded select *14M  4x8x1/2" factory fir   *16M  iA/lim��ric��r>w*   Mil rt irnn  HIGHWAY 101 - GIBSONS   886-9221  WE  DELIVER! ���::���,; X'i^V.>.<��^S>  Wednesday, October 10,1979  ^j_i^^^^^.iiMt^^j0l  ���*i .' ... 'ti.'T>.  Automotive Service  JAMlESON AUTOMOTIVE  ,    Parts * Sales * Service  * Rotor lather Service for Disc Brakes  and Drum Brakes ���  * Valve and Seat Grinding  * All Makes Serviced - Datsun Specialists  Gibsons Phone 886-7919  ECONOMY AUTO PARTS LTD.  Automobile, Industrial  and Body Shop Supplies  885-5181  Sechelt  WAL-VEN AUTO BODY  BODYWORK  AND ,  PAINTWORK  Sunshine Coast Highway  GIBSONS 886-7133  Building Supplies  I AC. RENTALS & BUILDING  I SUPPLY LTD.  I All Your Building Needs  ,  iMadeira Park        Phone 883-2585 J  Contractors  RAY'S TRUCKING  Gravel * Fill * Dralnrock  SERVING PENDER HARBOUR  885-5260  SUPERIOR MUFFLER LTD.  BING'S EXHAUST PLUS LTD.  I* Complete Exhausts * Shock* * Roll Bart  * Side Pipes * Stqcks A .  * Running Boards * Duel Pip* Conversion  100% guarantee - Parts arid labour  Next lo Wal-Ven Auto Body  * AUTOMOTIVE & MARINE  (inboard & b.utboards) REPAIRS  CHARGEX   * Gas * Diesel -r;  * Tow truck service  * BCAA  MSs7  J.B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  Dump Truck - Backhoe ��� Cat  Water, Sewer, Drainage Installation  Land Clearing  FREE ESTIMATES  R.W. [Bob] Rogers  Coast Insulation Company  886-9297  INSULATION'- INSTALLATION  ,     Fiberglass Batts Blown In Insulation  RESIDENTIAL (New & Existing Houses) &  Commercial  & SERVICES 885-5500  8 miles north of Sechelt, Hwy. 101  J.F.W. CONTRACTING  1 RENOVATIONS * ADDITIONS  ���'NEW HOMES  CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS       * DRYWALL  * SUNDECKS  "ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED"  886-8071  Electricians  CB. CONTRACTORS  Complete Building Insulating  Interior & Exterior Painting  Roofing, Shakes & Apshalt Shingles  FREE ESTIMATES  885-9272  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  ��� Residential & Commercial Wiring  ' ��� Pole Line Installations  ��� Electric Heating ��� .  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FLOORCOVERINGS  CARPETS - TILES - LINOLEUMS - DRAPES  GIBSONS �� SECHELT  885-3424  Heating  SECHELT METAL PRODUCTS  LTD.  GENERAL SHEET METAL  Domestic, Commercial, Industrial heating  and Air conditioning.  885-2466.  Advertise in  The Times' directory 885-3231  Landscaping  EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING  , and  GARDEN MAINTENANCE  For an ever-blooming garden  fruit tree pruning  WILLIAM BORAGNOFree Estimates  (Bango)  . 885-5033  SECHELT ORIENTAL LANDSCAPING  Landscaping * Pruning * Shaping  Willie Takahashl  Call after six 885-9890  Machine Shop  SPECIALTY MACHINE WORKS  * General machine work & welding  * Custom & marine castings ot brass &  aluminum  * Forging  25 HOUR SERVICE  Next to Sechelt Legion  Wharf Rd. 885-2523, Box. 1008, Sechelt  Marinas  HEADWATER  MARINA LTD.  *��� Moorage    * Marine ways   '  * Launching ramp  - * Boat repairs  Box 71, Madeira Park  Pender Harbour, B.C.  883-2406  IF YOUR TARGET IS SUCCESS  Metric Conversion  Metric Conversion  for information call:  The SCALE SHOP [1963J Ltd.  TEC CASH REGISTERS  255-5751-2 or Res. 271-2648  Sales & Service Industrial S Retail  757 East Cordova St. Vancouver, B.C.  e      i     ��- i     ..�� V6A1M2  Serving B.C for 40 years  , Edward A. Pelastik  Pest Control  PIED PIPER COMPANY LTD.  BONDED PEST CONTROL SERVICES  call Paul M. Bulman a? 434-6641  7061 Gills-y Ave. Burnaby  Rentals  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS & EQUIPMENT RENTALS  Scaffolding, Rock Drills, Power Tools,  Automotive Tools, Pumps, Generators,  and Compressors  Highway 101 883-2585  at Francis Peninsula Road  Sewing  CREST SEWING CENTRE  SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS  ALL MAKES AND MODELS  FREE ESTIMATES     ALL WORK GUARANTEED  '     886-2231  Sunnycrest* Centre  Opposite SuperValu- next to Sears  Tires  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast High*way  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C.  886-2700  SALES A SERVICE  Ail Brands Available  Monday to Saturday. 8:30 am to 5:30 pm  Friday evening by appointment only  Towing  * GAS & DIESEL PUMPS  * TOW TRUCK SERVICE  CHARGE*  VISA  UALfMOON INN  & SERVICES        885-5500  9 miles north of Sechelt, Hwy. 101  ��,   Ci-��i        .*/*T��-'jar,?  ���,  YOUR  PORT MELLON INDUSTRIES CREDIT  m UNION-GIBSONS      ,  ��  "stfT'wWit At* afleflSw CtMMWtiathi''  *&&TO;a,,  t Loans  '  ,'* Mortgages  * Best Saving Rates  LOCATED NEXT TO  THE BUS DEPOT  886-8121  SEE OUR SHOWROOM  HOURS; 10 am-4:3Q pm  SATURDAYS  *CARPETS * KITCHEN     '  CABINETS *JENN-AIR  3>        & many more great  J products at everyday prices.  7      CARPET CABINET  ���      CERAMIC CENTRE  Nortlv-Rd., Gibsons 886-2765  JANE'S TUB & TOP SHOP  886-7621  Our Showroom Is Open  FRI&SAT lOam-Spm  A WHIRLPOOL BATHTUB    , -;  TO REPLACE YOUR ��4  {_$.-  PRESENT TUB Q 1.^  |Fontastlc|  Seaview PI., Olbso  aii  *A.,,U..���;J.,..  GIBSON!  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  t'A COMPUSTfi BUILDINQ SERVICE"  :/V\Wp  886-814*1  Sunshine Coast  Highway; Olbsons  Come A  See Us  Sunmjc/test Shopping  Gent/iG  fat SvcKfttUnf  S&T * WR ��� Comm-Dev  VHF-SSB  li  K    MARINE  ELECTRONICS  V Across from the  Co-op, Lower  Olbsons.  CDE ft Browning CB  Auth. DeccaRadarCentreJ  J  GIBSONS  TRAVEL  886-9255  Remember; "One  Call Doe��j  It AIM'  No Extra  Cost to  You I    I  \ft&  Sunnycrest Centre,  Olbsons  Fishing for Bargains?  Look on  this Page  Every Week!  THE  MUPPETSH0P  CHILDREN'S WEAR  885-5255  From Infants to 14 Years  RAGGEDY  ANNS  Handmade  locally  Great  prices  I The DOCK SECHELT  MADEIRA  PARK  VARIETY STORE  Madeira Park  883-9115  NEW HOURS:  Mon-frl 9am<fipm  Sat. 9am*4pm \  * Local Handicraft  * Custom-made Drapes <  NEW SEARS  N 8839511  LOOK HERE FOR WEEKLY BARGAINS  & SALE INFORMATION.  IN SECHELT  THE PEACH TREE  For all your Cosmetic and  Fashion Jewelry Needs.  Hand, Nail ft Footcare Available,  Make-up Application ft Facial Cleansing  ,t   For Appointment  885-3813  Orders  Taken,  L   ������   J   CANADIAN PROPANE  |CANAMAN|  I      II      1  GAS & OIL LTD.  "Cylinder filled  * Complete line of Appliances.  * Barbecues  * Camping Equipment  * Qualified Serviceman  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  Next to Bus Depot  885-2360  BA BLACKTOP  "QUALITY SERVICE SINCE 1956"  ���PAVING  ���CURBS  ���DRAINAGE  FREE ESTIMATES  885-5151  East Porpoise Bay Rd���  Sechelt       Umam.  ^cJSbP ito!  "SAW FILING"  '��� CARBIDE TIP  ������- HAND SAWS  - CIRCULAR SAWS  1297 Surf Circle, SECHELT  (BERNIE) 885-5485  .^Specializing In Ladies ft Mensl  Cuts ft Styling,  , Coloring,  Blow Drying.  I*      j    Long, solt, wash & f  I   -���J        wear perms.        '-- N  ^^.'.,   Hair Care tor the entire family 7  Ejuallly Rodkon, Jhlrmack & Vldal Sassoon Products  Sectteti 'Beauty S<*fo*t  Open Monday to Saturday  ���86-2818 Cowrie St. I  C&S HARDWARE  We now carry  ROYAL ALBERT China  "OLD COUNTRY  ROSES" in stock.  886-7713  Not exaectly  as Illustrated.  5 GALLON FOUNDATION  COATING  195  Sechelt Building  Supplies Ltd.  11C.4M* ..     V��tcM��*r Tel rrM  SET ��� WR ��� Comm-Dev  \    MARINE  ELECTRONIC!  VNow open In our 2nc  \ location at Oarden  ���oy Marine Services  CDB ft Browning CB  AutluJ^ctQJteiltL^nlrjR  MADEIRA MARINA  Madeira Park- 883-2266  YOUR MW  *OMC  *MttCRUISER  ��VOLVO  *EVINRUDE  SERVICE CENTER  .  883-2315  amtfiy __  OUR NEW  FALL FASHIONS  ARE HERE.  MADEIRA PARK  LINK  AC RENTALS &  BUILDING SUPPLIES  NA0OWAM    0tX>000  -cam  883-2585  DECORATOR Os*;.  ARBORITE -    $0000  4x8'PANELS *MM  *23" Page 04  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 10,1979  W'\-   *.  "* '    ���  *    _v  i    if * in  ffi 0lUm_UAii_i_m_i _W_UUL  ejeaJWa^ajpn(|^^B^a^a^^^S^a^^pajys^^^^      ^^^L^0_W  Woody Allen's Manhatten a search for self  < A United Artists release, of a Jack  ��� Rollins-Charles; H, Joff e production)  Executive ~ producer, Robert "Greenhut;  Produced by Charles H: Joffe; Directed by  .Woody Mien, Written by Woody Alien and  , Marshall Brickman.  Isaac Davis : Woody Allen  Mary Wilde Diane Keat on  Yale   Michael Murphy  Tracy Mariel Hemingway  Jill ..MerylStreep  Emily Anne Byrne  Connie: t .".... Karen Ludwig  Derate ..'.   Michael <?Donahue  /> A drama-comedy about the endless  <search-for self and love among a group of ���  neurotic urbanites. Allen, as the central  figure, a/TV r,writer, copies with an un-  fuULUing job, two ex-wives, a 17-year-old  girlfriend and1 his; best friend's mistress.  The best of Annie Hall's humour and  dramatic tuning of Interiors with a Gershwin score over the cityscapes that are  Manhattan.  MATURE  Once more, Woody Allen dissects  himself with a comic purpose but this time  with.a sharp, dramatic edge. Not as  dramatic as "interiors" or as humorous  as most of his other films, the new picture  . is both a funny comedy and a very sad  drama of changing relationships. Daring  to film "Manhattan" in' black an white,  director and co-scripter (with Marshall  Brickman) Allen has made a combination  of "Annie Hall" (Diane Keaton is a similar  role,),and "An Unmarried Woman"  (Michael Murphy in the same part of  husband having an affair, although done  with a lighter touch). Making the difference is the love between Allen, a TV  comedy writer, and Mariel Hemingway, a  teenaged aspiring actress.  It has been said that this is the new,  more serious Woody at work, although it  The story  Carl G. Jung  3-1/2 hr. films  "In Search of the Soul"  "67,000 Dreams"  ,   "The Mystery That Heals"  Presented by  Roberts   Creek   EDGAR  CAYCE Study Group  ,   Coffee and Discussions - Donations  WILSON CREEK HALL  FRI., OCT. 19,8 p.m.  may be that heiwas always this; way* Tl��  New York-Jewish-show, biz oriented'gags .  prove to be memorable, as before, and1  probably . more perceptive. . The  Panavision and a lovely George Gershwin'  score are distinct assets, particularly  the* latter. Charles H. Joffe produced.  Acted with a great deal of conviction,  "Manhattan" could be one of Allen's most  enduring accomplishments.  Woody Allen, Diane Keaton, Michael  Murphy, Mariel Hemingway, Anne Byrne,  Meryl Streep.  Mature, warning coarse language and  suggestive scenes. .  NOMI KAPLAN uses imaginative photographs at the Sunshine Coast  techniques with coloring and com- Arts Centre in .Sechelt. Last day is  position to create new experiences for tornmorrow.  the   viewer   in   her   exhibit   of  ��� t  Sftte/ttainment  with Janine  Book Look  By MURRIE REDMAN  time everyone should be  from the. Thanksgiving  Cheers to everyone's good  Howdy!  By   the  recovered  celebration,  times...  On Monday, October 1, at 1792 Highway  101, Gibsons, Elaine Middleton hosted an  informal meeting of amateur performers,  in an effort to get the talent pool cohesive.  Enthusiasm ran high when Elaine announced that within two hours of the Times  hitting the streets, she had her first  response, the Adult Day Care Centre, run  by Louise Hume, located at Kinsmen's  Club in Gibsons, are celebrating their first  year anniversary ��� on October 25th and  have requested a show complimenting  their program.  Performers volunteered immediately,  Arts craft  display  "The Art of Craft,", a new exhibit at the  Sunshine Coast Art Centre in Sechelt, will  begin on Friday evening, October 12, with  an official opening from 8 p.m. until 10  p.m.  This display consists entirely of crafts  made locally on the Sunshine Coast.  Weavlngs, wood carvings, Jewelry, pottery, stain glass, batik, tapestry and fabric  arts will all be represented in the exhibit.  Craftspeople who are known for their high  standards and quality workmanship have  been invited to show their favorite pieces.  Some of these items will be for sale.  The public is cordially invited to attend  the opening evening, Friday, October 12,8  p.m. -10 p.m., when refreshments will be  served. The Arts Centre is open Tuesday  iaai-ougU Saturday, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. The last  day for viewing "The Art of Craft" Is  Thursday, October 25.  details were discussed and the audience  concerned may look forward to an entertaining half hour of mime and music.  Personal publicity shyness seems to be  general with the performers as each one  requested their names to be withheld at  the time!  The possibility of a variety show  concert is in the wings. If anyone out there  has any contributions to offer in that  direction, please call Elaine at 886-7879.  Encouraging to note, the meeting was  attended by Geraldo Abila ��� a  professional performer and teacher of  mime, located here on the coast ��� who  contributed his energy and expertise to the  v whole gathering.  Up and coming on October 12 at the  Arts Centre is a show of local artists and  crafts people. About twenty people in all  will be exhibiting their wares, whilst not  all will be for sale ��� it still may be a place  to pick up a unique^ gift for Christmas.  October 27 and 28 at 8 p.m., Jeff Keyon  will be at the Arts Centre reciting Robert  Service monologue. A treat for all Robert  Service buffs. Also October 27, the NDP  will be putting on their annual Halloween  Ball with Bob Carpenter and group  providing the music and entertainment, at  the Roberts Creek Hall. Should bo a good  onel  Until next time, I wish you all a happy  and fulfilling week. ��� Janine.  OTHER CANADAS, edited by John Robert  Colombo, McGraw-Hill Ryerson cl979,360  As long as we have Canadian authors  like John Robert Colombo about, there will  never be national apathy. His anthologies,  quotations and lists serve to document  Canadian talent. Perhaps his sensitivity to  patriotism arises from a background  which.includes four ethnic origins.  Besides being a publishing genius,  Colombo is all-Canadian educated and  father of four. For one only in his early  forties, he has a remarkable number of  books and edited publications to his credit.  If we had an award equivalent to the  British Order, he would certainly make a  prime candidate in this country. He has  been responsible for stimulating Canadian  awareness to art and history in his cdm-  pilations:      Colombo's      Canadian  Kiwanis picks artists  Four well known artists from the  Sunshine Coast were selected by the  Kiwanis Club of North Vancouver to  participate In their seventh biennial B.C.  Arts and Crafts Fair,  Douglas Newby, stained glass artist,  Solveig Frigstad, Jewelery designer from  Garden Bay. Fran Owens, painter from  Sechelt, Alan Grout, potter, Granthams  Landing.  The four day event will be held at the  North Vancouver Memorial Gym complex, 23rd and St. George's (1 block east of  Lonsdale)   ���  Over seventy artists and crafts people  throughout British Columbia will be Involved In the Fair.     *  Proceeds from the Fair will go to the  Kiwanis work in the community.  ���sMMh ___________ __m_mai_^^      j^gj^-i^^ M^-_M^.      ^^      - '..   -    ���______  fOH THE f8*fi  BOOKINGS  BEFORE NOVEMBER1st  GUARANTEED   at : :   1979 PRICES  EVANGELIST VISITS  THE COAST  RAY BL00MFIELD  (Extensive deliverance ministry in New  Zealand, India, United States and  Canada for 25 years)  Also  VANESSA PACE  Opera Singer  NIGHTLY AT:  GLAD TIDINGS  TABERNACLE  Gibsons ��� 886-2660  Sunday Oct. 14-thru Sun. Oct. 21.  Sunday 11 am  References, Colombo's Canadian  Quotations and Colombo's Book of  Canada, to name a few.  In OTHER CANADAS he brings an  anthology of the best in science fiction  writings. Included are not. only short  stories in their entirety, but also excerpts  from novels as well as poetry and  criticism on the subject. Most samplings  are from either Canadian writing" Citizens  or those recently landed or expatriated,  but there'is also representation from sci-fi  masters, Jules Verne, for example.  One of the features I enjoy most in  Colombo's anthologies is his attention to  biographical notes. In this collection, they  precede the work. Like many other  readers, I find that I can better appreciate  an author's work if I know a little more  about the author himself. Critical comment by David Ketterer of Concordia  University in Montreal and by Margaret  Atwood add distinction to this work.  Colombo covers a wide span  chronologically and topically in science  fiction writing. You will enjoy authors,  A.E. Van Vogt, Margaret Laurence and  Phyllis Gotlieb. They are well known in the  field, while newcomers such as Judith  Merrll and Spider Robinson can be  discovered.  In his preface, Colombo asks  "Canadian science fiction and fantasy ��� is  there any?" He goes on to present the  themes he selects for the book: National  Disaster, Alienated Outsider, Fantasy and  The Polar World. These themes allow the  reader to explore new worlds, meet  strange beings and face future fears. But  above all, the great Canadian collector,  Colombo recommends ��� science fiction  must be fun.  ���  ******#***********����****��** .�� �� �� * * * * * *.*  TWILIGHT THEATRE  GIBSONS For Times Call 886-2827  ��������������������������������������>������������������������������*  ttWWWWlMptftH  ,:���' Vi  t% I hi ifi 0% % if* "I'm n mi"i       ( -"���     \  M M  MAA    *^|j jg   m  -<^ ^    ^^    |j^   ^g  ^g   ^ i  ��� ���" H MdW %_W %��r  I ��� %iF !  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Located on Hwy 101 ���  8 miles north of Sechelt, 885-55,09,      fti    ,  LORD JIM'S LODGE ��� Brunch 9 am -1 pm, Dinner Monday to  Sunday 6 pm - 9 pm. Fully licensed. Located at Ole's Cove,  Sechelt, 885-2232.  TAMWW'S RESTAURANT T-t.RoQMlar P1pn��r menu. Open,7 days  a week, Located right at Earl's Cove ferry terminal, 883��9012.  Wednesday, October 10,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageC-5  >,.�� -*.,"'..  /'  , ���"- f<  Wednesday; October 10  1     . ���  - '  . <  1     *  '       l  -  J  '  1  ^  CHANNBL 3.  CHANNEL 4  CHANNELS  CHANNBL 6  CHANNEL 7  ~     CHANNEL'S'  CHANNEL 9  - CHANNEL 11  - CHANNEL '12  -CHANNEL 13  12:00.,  N��WS'  AU My Children  Cont'd.   -  "  '.Days of     s   j,  News  Newa  News    ���  Nova  News  Donahue  All My Children  12:30*  Wicks  _ Our. Uvea   "  7>  Ida Clarkson  As the '  Alan Hamel  Confd.  Adam-12  Confd.  Cotffd.  1:00  Today  Confd;  I Life To tlve ..  .The Doctors  Marcus Welby  World Turns  Confd. ' ,  Let's. Sing  Movie:'  1. 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News  Late Movie  News  News  News  Dr. Dwn Under  Sports Pago  11:30  Night Final  Lato Movie  Cont'd.  Face The Nation  Confd,  Sign Off  Confd.  Lato Movie  Confd.  Monday, October 15  CHANNEL 2  llioT  12:30  1:00  1:30  CHANNBL 4  "aIT,  Child  *y  Cont'd.  fly  Iran  l Life to Live  Confd.  CHANNBL i  Our Lives  The Doctors  Another World  CHANNBL 4  Ida Clarkson  Cont'd.  Marcus Welby  Cont'd.  2:oo  2(30  3:0o  3:30'  4:00  4:30  ��:oo  5:30  Edge of Night  Take 30  Bob McLean  Cont'd,  General  Hospital  Merv Griffin  Cont'd.  Confd.  Cont'd.  Movie:  Griffin &  Broadcast  Take 30  Bob McLean  Confd.  CHANNBL 7  News  As World Turns  Cont'd.  Guiding Light  A!  CHANNELS  nother World  Ian Hamel  Confd,  Another  CHANNBL 9  'oellng  ledlx  Song Bag;  Bread A 'Flies  Mi  CHANNBL 11  Newa  Andy c  Movie:  Enchanted  tiuo  CHANNBL 12  Donahu  Cont'd.  l Day at a Tlmo  Love of Life  CHANNBL 13  AU My Children  Cont'd,  Movie;  Underground  Confd.  i Day at a Time  Mary T. 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New*  asorua  hdrome  ewa  'ont'd.  ownjtoi  Ronnlt  les  Newsmakers  Poidark  Cont'd.  lleejtivf''  -TftrwiTsr  SM\%: ���,  gXpT  aleh G*m*  Jok.r'a Wild  Tic Tae Dough  KllnUtono*  Carol Burnett  Newa  Confd.  New*  Chloo A. Man  Benny IIIU  ��v* Am Style  ywad Game  Family Famd  Bob Newhart  Vancouver  Jonfd,  Peyton Place  New*  Benny Hill  Barnaby Jone*  tkHe?  I New speech pathologist  has his work cut out  To,some, a child with a speech impairment conjures up the image of a four-  year-old stutterer, but a stutter is only one  of many ccirnrnuriications impairments  dealt with by. School District No- 46's new  speech pathologist Randy Johnson.  Johnson already has a caseload of 20 to  25 students with a growing waiting list.  The majority of his students are younger  children with delayed speech and  language impairments, he said.  Providing the services of a speech  pathologist for-the shcooldistrict has been  a high priority of the board for the last  three years.  "There are not many of these people  available" School District Superintendent  John Denley said.  "The training programs in Canada are  not producing enough and those they do  are recruited into the metro areas" he  said.  Johnson's services may have been  provided one year earlier, however to  obtain a speech pathologist, the, district  had to look internationally, which entailed  clearing immigration. Johnson recently  taught speech pathology at Valparaiso  University outside. Chicago.  "We   are  very  happy   with. the  background and the calibre of the person -  we have," Denley said.  Johnson's services were contracted by  the board from the Division of Speech and  Hearing in the Ministry of Health to assess  and treat those children from kindergarten to Grade 12 who have some kind  of speech and language impairment.  Based at Gibsons Elementary School,  Johnson has set up a communications  centre in which he has tested the students  and determined his caseload, taking on the  most severely-impaired.  "It is important to assess the child's  abilities, find the area of breakdown and  work with the child at that level." Johnson  said.  "I want to identify the child's readiness  to learn communications skills."  From there,  Johnson develops a  Weather  WEATHER SEPTEMBER 29-  OCTOBER 5  Low  September 29... 10.0 C  September 30...lo.o C  October 1 ....... 12.0 C  October2-....... 9.0 C  October3........ 7.5 C  October 4. ...  October 5...  High  14.5 C-0.11cm  ��� 17.5 C ��� 0.08 cm  . 17.0 C  .0.18cm  17.5 C:'.-..���..nil  .18.0 C......nil  10.0 C... 17.0 C-. ...nil  .9v0C    17.0 C--... nil  Week's  rainfall-0,37cm,   Octblrery/tp  date-0.18 cm, 1979 to date-68.03 cm. '  September 29-October 5, 1978-0.58 cm,  October 1-5, 1978-0.09 cm, Jan-October 5,  1978-91.52 cm.  Randy Johnson  "rationale for technique," for each child  individually and he tries to make it "fun/'  "J don't like work, I like play and ,  playing and tearing go hand in hand."  Johnson sees  children, individually^  "trying to work on.special skills and  getting the child to use newly-acquired.  skills in a communications context."  Communications disorders can be  anthing from delays in ability of the child  to produce sound, and understand rules  governing the way words are combined to  form sentences to voice qualtiy ��� pitch,  intensity, intonational patterns, and  speech fluency.  .. "That does not even cover neurological  damage," Johnson said.  Children.with suspected impairments  are referred to Johnson by the school  principal (who is alerted by the child's  teacher), the family doctor or public  health nurse. '>  Parents who are concerned can contact  the principal, Johnson said.  "When a child is in therapy, it is critical  to have outside people involved, we can do  only so much here.  We have some things for a child to go  home and work with."  Johnson's conctract with the district is  for one year, although Denley said he can  see it being renewed.  "We hope to develop the service so we  can extend the contract," he said.  In making a case for the necessity of a  speech pathologist, teachers were asked to  report to the principal on any student they  thought may be impaired.  "The numbers we had were so  significant, we needed someone here for at  least one year to determine the degree of  need and render a service."  When Johnson arrived, teachers  r^rticipatedwimhimmiriservlcetrairung  sessions where they were given clues in  how to recognize a child who is impiared.  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Two juveniles have been apprehended  after an outboard motor, and gas tank  were stolen from a residence on Smith  Rd., Langdale, sometime between October  2 and 3. The same evening, a boat was  stolen from the front yard of a residence  on the same road.  There were a number of attempted  break-ins to homes on Dogwood Street,  Gibsons, between September 28 and October 2.  Approximately $200 was stolen from a  wallet while the owner slept September 28.  The thief entered the home on Headlands  Rd. and removed the money from the  ; wallet which was in a pair of pants at the  end of the bed^  Two vehicles were damaged when  rocks wer^e thrown ih the vicinity of YMCA  Rd. in Langdale October 1: The side  window of pne car was broken while ��ie  door of the other was damaged.  .. A bicycle was stolen September 29 or 30  from a carport on Stephens Rd., Roberts  Creek., The bicycle is valued at $65.  Gibsons RCMP have a rug in their  possession,which fell from a vehicle on  North Rd. October 1/  WASHERS-DRYERS-DISHWASHERS-MICRO-OVENS  2-year guarantee on all parts & labor  5-year warranty on the dryer drum  10-year guarantee on washer transmission  Lifetime guarantee on stainless steel  washer tub  WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL  MADEIRA APPLIANCES  883-2648  Squaringly yours  By Maurice Hemstreet,  HIGH AND almost dry this tug boat  was beached Friday afternoon just off  of Wilson Creek waiting for the high  tide to free it.  Hello dere fellow square dancers, once  again The Courtry Stars had a great  evening of square dancing as caller Harry  Robertson put forth another of his fantastic programs where you had to really  listen or end up standing and watching  the dancer's who had bent an ear doing  some really nice square dance figures and  that should be rule number two, listen to  your caller.  Viv and Mary Pallot were on hand to  help put a little more life onto the floor and  Viv also did a guest tip that was just great  (I was going to use a real great big word  there but couldn't spell it) anyway, we all  thank you.  Oyer three sets were out again and this  has to be the start of the best square dance  season that I have ever seen and with Vice  Pres. Lloyd Scrimshaw filling in for Pres.  Bowden, a short meeting was soon diss,  dissper, AH, PHOOEY!, got rid of.  One of our square dancers Em Flack is  on the not too well list at present and the  whole club misses this square dance  couple so Em, we took a vote and you are  to think positive and get back on your feet'  soon, in other words, get well quick like.  The new biginner classes at St. Hildas  Church Hall on Monday evenings 8:10  P.M. till 10:10 P.M. are doing just great,  but there are only two nights left open to  join this years square dance class so that  progress of the basic figures will be  covered and the new dancers will be ready  to join the main club starting next season  or I will eat my hat (watch The Pen. Times  for a picture of me eating my hat) anyway;,  for further information call Maurice at'  885-3359 and or Harry at 8864540.  Well, thats all the notes I have on the  last square dance so next week when the  caller says, swing your corner take a good  look, it might be me. CHEERIO.  Community plan meeting  A meeting of the Sechelt community  plan committee turned into an informal  meeting October 2 when various  representatives did not appear.  The area designated Service Industrial  in the plan has been renamed Service  Retail, which ^committee chairman  Alderman Joyce Kolibas says should  cause no problem "as long as it is spelled  Hear Yel Hear Yel  PUBLIC MEETING SCHEDULE  DON'T FORGET  The GOOD CITIZEN BANQUET for JACK MACLEOD.  Oct. 20 - 7:30 p.m. Parthenon Restaurant. $10 a ticket.  Tickets available at Campbell's Family Shoes, Sechelt.  REGIONAL BOARD  2nd a 4th Thursday Each Month.  All Meeting* at 7:30 p.m. In Board Room.  SCHOOL BOARD  Regular meeting every 2nd Thursday, 7:30 p.m.  Regulqr meeting every 4th Thursday In School Board  Office, 7:30 p.m.  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  Regular Council Meeting 1st and 3rd Tuesday,  7 pm. Municipal Hall  Planning Moetlnfl 15 October, 9 am.  VILLAGE OF SECHELT  Regular meeting  1st and 3rd Wednesday of each  ���*" ~   month.  Planning Committee meeting 2nd & 4th Tuesday of  each month.  ���mWSEST"**'!  NOW! Jam packed  with NEW TOYS  & GAMES!  Drop hi today!  .  Acrois from SuperValu  ���  Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons  Jk_a_k0am0*0aamamaMaM_amm-m  DEAR CUSTOMERS  IN THE NEAR FUTURE WE WILL BE MOVING TO TRAIL BAY MALL  (hmariy CAMPBBl'S STORE)  CHECK YOUR LOCAL PAPER FOR THE GRAND OPENING  Sffi YOU SOON!  out clearly what sort of things are going to  go there."  Sechelt residents rallied against a  Service Industrial designation within the  village at a recent public hearing for the  community plan.  Alderman Morgan Thompson  recommended discussing a Service Retail  bylaw with planner Dennis Walton.  Send all your stories  and pictures  to:  Hey Kids.  C/O Pen. Times,  Box 310. Sechelt  Limerick  Miss Thomson  There once was a gal I'm fond a'  Who bought a brand new Honda  She's going to get a ticket sooner or later  Cause she can't take her foot off the excelerator  Sometimes she makes me wonda'.'  Happy Birthday  to:  KyleeShinn,  3 yrs. old.  October 15th.  from Teresa  Roblllard and  all of us at  Hey Kids.  DID YOU  SET THE  TABLE  TODAY???  TOWER OF SELF  Something fun to make  A tower of self is a tower  made out of paper. On it you put  things you like, people you like, etc.  Or It can be all about yourself. When  making a tower of self put a lot of ideas and  thought Into It. They are lots of fun to make If  you really enjoy crafts.  KITCHEN SINK COOKIES  1 cup brown flour  1/4 cup ��oya flour  1  1/3 cup rolled oati  3/4 cup uniweetened coconut  1/4 cup milk powder  1/2 tsp aalt,  1 tip cinnamon  1/2 tip ginger  2/3 cup raisins  2/3 cup chocolate chip*  1/4 cup peanut*  1/3 cup sunflower ��eed*  1/4 cup oil  1/4 cup molane*  1/4 cup tugar or honey  2 beaten egg*  1, Stir together all dry Ingredient*.  2, Beat egg*, add oil, honey (or lugar)  and molaiie*. Beat  thoroughly. .  3, Pour wet Into dry. Stir well (add a bit more water If It Ii too dry),  4, Drop and flatten a bit on an unolled cookie theet.  5, Bake at 390 F for 10-12 minute*.'  .Puzzle  Can you do this while  not taking your pencil  off the paper??  From, Kathy Fischer  P Page C-8 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 10,1979  Creek Runoff  cont. from A7  likely be in this area, with the required  provision for the handicapped.  A meeting room is beginning to seem  more and more important. This could  accomodate gatherings such as the  Community Association rather than using  the larger gym area. This room could also  be used for storage of records, files, and  equipment for the facility, with perhaps a  separate storage cupboard for each  organization using the facility.  Storage looms as airincreasing factor.  There's |ym equipment, chairs, tables for  - bingo and dances, New Horizons carpet  bowling equipment, and maybe a portable  stage. The possibility of fold-down talbes  was suggested. The question of bleachers  has not been decided ��� although they fold  up they would take up some of the gym's  floor space.  The kitchen seems to present little  problem. A bare minimum of appliances  but a lot of counter space is needed as it is  mostly food preparation, not actual  cooking, that is done there. The existing  setup at the present hall with movable  counters and a pass-through to the hall  seems to work well and the kitchen at  ' Gibsons Elementary was mentioned as an  example of how a minimum of space  seems adequate and efficient.  The outside appearance of the building  was of concern to everyone but, does not  require an immediate decision. Cedar  siding was the obvious preference but  unless somebody with a woodlot makes a  generous donation, it seems that at least  part of the answer is metal siding. .<  A mezzanine for some of the ancillary  rooms seemed desirable as a way to  . acquire more floor space and utilize the  height required for the gym. But Mr.  Davies expressed doubt about the utility  and feasibility of this, requiring as it does  an extra exit and restricting use to the  handicapped or disabled. Only the meeting  room could possibly be accomodated  there, the kitchen and storage areas  having to remain on the main floor.  However, if the terraine is such, there is  the possibility that changing rooms could  be on a lower level than the rest of the  building.  A survey of the site has to be made in  order to determine the layout and design  of the,building. Hopefully that will have  been completed by this week so that it can  be submitted with the preliminary plan by  the October 15 deadline.  So that's what's been accomplished so  far. It may not seem like much but the  Committee is just feeling its way along  and relies heavily upon the knowledge and  experience of John Davies. More input is  required from the groups who will be using  the facility, particularly with regard to the  staging. So if you have any interest or  ideas about-.what should be included in the'  building, please come forward now.  FAMILY DANCE  Enthusiasm for the Family Dance on  Friday has been kindled even among those  without family as word spreads about the  band. "Childgrove" were a big hit when  they played at the Cedar in July and  people are eager to hear them again.  The duo from Victoria are very versatile performers, playing a variety of  unusual instruments. Their repertoire  includes traditional jigs, reels, and  ballads, Renaissance and Baroque,  contemporary folk, and original music.  It's fun to listen to but equally stirring for  dancing.  The dance If from 7 to 11 p.m. at the  Hall. Tickets are $3 for adults, $2 for kids,  or $10 per family, and they're available at  Seaview Market and the Door.  FIREMEN'S BINGO  If you're thlnging of going to the  Firemen's Bingo on Saturday night, you'd  better get your tickets soon, They're $5  and available at Seaview, TJ Sound, and  Sechelt Family Mart. Extra cards are $1  at the Door.  Grand prize is $1000. Bingo starts at 7 at  the Hall.  Police news  , Harry Richard Jacobson, 23, was killed  October 3 when a dead snag fell on him  from tho tree ho was falling at Weldwood  of Canadu's Clowhom Division.  ���Jacobson, of Norwest Bay Rd., was  working 10 miles from tho main camp In  the area of Red Tusk when the accident  occurred at approximately 11:30 a.m.  Secholt RCMP report the man was  killed instantly. 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Hydro district manager  a helicopter from which dangled 70-foot Eric Hensch invited me along on a pole-  poles at the end of ah even, more lengthy planting expedition-recently.     .,  . lanyard.. But that is exactly what hap-       It wasa good chance to see the other  side of Hydro where the employees were  involved in their own local concerns and to  hear them vent their feelings about the  controversial 500 kv Cheekye-Dunsmuir  transmission line.  But the main event was pole-planting,  and the best place for pictures was from a ,  boat on Salmon Inlet close tothe Clowhom  Falls Generating Station.  Because parts of the line up Sechelt and  Salmon Inlets, tying in the Sechelt substation to the generating station, are  inaccessible, to replace the transmission  line poles means using a large helicopter  and a steady pilot.  And for promising photographers like  Hensch and I, a steady boat operator in the  guise of Bert Shaw (dubbed Mayor of  Clowhom) is also necessary to manoeuvre  the B.C.' Hydro boat into the optimum  position.  We weren't sure when the helicopter  was going to plant the poles in the location  we bad our eyes on, so we spent some of  the time touring the generating station  - with Ed Laidlaw, then having lunch at the  Weldwood camp.  Within eight years, from 1950 to 1958, a  .��� new, almost, two megawatt generating  station proved too small. A bigger  generating station was built adjacent to it  and in operation,by 1958 providing 30  megawatts;  ,_ Hydro engineers decided about 15 years  ago, the voltage of the, line on which the  poles were beingjeplaced could be increased from 6frexv to 138 kv without  upgrading the line,'  '   However, the new poles are constructed for a 138 kv line.  The latest 14-foot in diameter Penstock  (compared to the previous five-foot in  diameter Penstock) projects water into  the turbine at 3,000 cubic feet per second  which in turaljeWates 40,000 horsepower.  At the Secheltjend, Bill McLennan was  organizing the pole structures and which  .pole was to replace which. At a pre-job  conference the day before, he briefed the  men on what was involved in setting poles  by helicipter and the various pole structures���wishbone, single pole and medium  angle, among them.  The actual pole-planting itself was  .Incredible to watch, It took so few minutes.  Okanagan Helicopters pilot Dev Anderson  would fly in with the pole, place it between  the two lines and hover above while the  linesmen guilded the pole into an approximately nine-foot deep hole.  Anderson said later, he averaged about  three minutes per pole. After setting one,  he was off to Sechelt and back with  another within half an hour.  There were 15 poles to replace in this  way along the line and by the twelfth or  thirteenth pole,'Anderson was showing  signs of tension caused by the intense  concentration needed to do theijob efficiently.   -  Anderson said the helicopter could  travel at 60 knots carrying"' a pole.  Meanwhile, the helicopter was consuming  fuel at a rate of 85 gallons per hour.  The speed at which he was travelling  became more apparent when we tried to  get back to the Clowhom station in time to  watch Anderson set a pole on the hill  above.  Before we reached it, he was heading  back to Sechelt so we decided to sit still at  the next location to prevent missing him  again.  Back at the Tyee Airways Maintenance  yard where the poles were stored, Anderson took a rest while the helicopter was  being refueled and McLennan, again attempted to explain the different pole  structures from what appeared to be  complicated blue prints.  It was late in the afternoon and Anderson had a few more poles to set and If I  was starting to notice it was a long hot day,  who knows what Anderson was feeling by  then.  ~<      * _m  HELICOPTER pilot Dev Anderson   into a hole dug close to the original   BACK AT Tyee Airways Maintenance   and helicopter heads off to the next  says he averages about three minutes   pole. Anderson keeps the helicopter   yard where the poles are stored, a  ^location,  setting each pole, The pole must be   and pole steady while the linesmen   B.C. Hydro employee hooks the pole   ���  Winter's  Coming!  THE  GOVERNMENT  WILL PAY UP  TO $.500 TO  RE-INSULATE  YOUR HOUSE  The new CHIP program covers  alt houses built before '61 and  covers the cost of materials [up  to $350] plus 1/3 the cost of  labour [up to $150].  Contact  COAST INSULATION  CO.  886-9297  for a free estimate  dropped between the lines and down   guide it into the hole  to a lanyard attached to the helicopter  The  Meat  0  Market  We guarantee  '��A)AA1  ACTING TOUR guide, Ed Laidlaw   down the Clowhom Falls Generating  points to the switch which would shut   Station completely. The station is  SERVICE ��� QUALITY FRESHNESS  "NO SURPRISES"  V  I  I  I  I  I  ' ���  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  HOMELITE  SAVE $20.00 f  Homellte ��� chain saws that dig In and get the |ob donel When you're looking for a chain saw  that combines cutting power with safety, look to Homellte, The Homellte Safe-T-TIp feature  prevents kickback and Is available as optional equipment on certain models. See the complete line of Homellte chain saws at your nearest participating dealer and take advantage of  the special discount offered on the XL-1 AOandSXl-MINI models until October 31,1979.       ^  R��Qlita>r��d trodanmork * Taaxiron Conodo LlmltTJ ��� rttjil,^,l!{iK,���.^ 4t_i  S1SS.S5  K��grt2t*93  * TUNE UPS  * CHAIN SHARPENING  * FULL UN! of PARTS  and ACCESSORIES  ��-.< N"����9.ta'.i"iMf**Mi,'i  SXL  9Z29.95  ft��grW*.*5  AC RENTALS & BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.        883-2585  Oct. 15  with many  STOREOPENING  SPECIALS  BONELESS  COOKED  nRifiv  $199  lib.  "Come in for a new  experience in  meat buying!"  and many, many  more SPECIALS!  Freezer meat  Specialty cuts  Boning  In store  specials  Nothing  prepacked  Buy only what  you need  Old  Fashioned  ii  Goodness  fyfefi��-yi        ^ <riS(s<1  V.  106 Cedar Plaza, Gibsons  886-2412  \ PageD-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 10,1979  The story of Carl Gustav Jung  Ttfeljtory^of CarlGustav Jung ~ 3 one> :, 10,1979 -^ 8 p;i��  -half hour-filmsif  VINSBAECHOFTHE'SOTJL*'   r  ���;      "67i000i DREAMS"  A.-   ,  "THE MYSTERY THAT HEALS"  ^The three films on the life and thoughts  of Jung1 are all made on location.in  Switzerland and include unique material  never before seen by the viewing public. It-  includes footage of Jung on Safari; in  Africa, early family photographs and  glimpses into the "Red Book" in which  Jung recorded some of his most intimate  paintings and thought.  .   Presented by the Roberts Creek  EDGAR CAYCE Study Group, Wilson  Creek Community Hall, Friday,, October  ' Coffee,* during   intermission   ��� ' FoUowIng Film.  Donations���Question and Answer Period  ON STRIKE ��� Langdale, ferry  workers were out picketing ^Saturday  shutting down the terminal. Betty  Esslemont and Dennis Berry were  two of the three pickets on duty  .Saturday evening. Rotating strike  action is expected to continue.  Langdale workers were back on the  job Sunday.  Artifacts  Please note the Arts Centre will be  closed on Friday for the setting up of the  exhibit The Art of Craft, a spectrum of  Sunshine Coast crafts people and their  work.  We are presently awaiting word from  the Sechelt Village office concerning  Canada Works funding for their  beautification project. The application  date was extended to Ocfcb^r, 1 so it will  \ likely be another few weiks before an  answer from the government is received.  The landscaping of the Arts Centre is a  part of this project and if the money comes  through, work will commence in  December or January.  The concept for the landscape plan  includes three main areas; a stone, paved  or gravel terrace directly in front of the  building, a semi-enclosed grassed area  which will hopefully be useful for future,  theatre and music, and a small woodland  walk.  Benches are desired to attract  passersby and visitors to come and sit and  enjoy. Plants will range from a wide  variety of native plants to more unusual  domesticated varieties. Members of the  public have been most generous in offering  to help provide planting material.  The outcome of the Arts Centre site  will be a building and garden which will  help beautify the Village of Sechelt and  which will enrich the cultural lives of all on  the Sunshine Coast.  It's not only those on the Sunshine Coast  who are enjoying the Arts Centre. A look  through the guest book in the gallery  shows us visitors from all across Canada  and from other countries such as New  Zealand, Great Brltian, USA and Japan.  Comments are generally most  favorable.  DEATH BENEFITS  .V.ciiy 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 prlvato  death benefits.  /ot fatten atfr.nm*t(o-*-  wCtt at /t4<mc-  I). A. DEV UN  owner-nut ii tiger  ;#y��i  ii > witaimwaawaiw  .ou can't, can you? Neither can we. And that, in a nutshell, is the biggest problem automobile insurance  companies,like ours have faced for years. Wlio pays how much?  '  The traditional solution seemed logical enough: calculate the number of accidents each group was likely  to be involved in-young and old, male and female, single and married, where they live-and charge all members of  that group the same premium, depending upon vehicle use.  Tbe trouble was, each group contained good drivers and bad drivers. The system simply lumped them together.  It was based on probabilities, not individual abilities.  That's going to change. The Provincial Government has challenged the entire auto insurance industry in  BritishColumbia to come up with a new and nondiscriminatory rating system; I.G;B.G/8 answer is  Fundamental Auto Insurance Rating. We call it F.A.I.R. Because it is fair.  The program will start to be phased in on March 1,1980, First priority will be  given to removing age, sex and marital status as factors in determining insurance  premiums. Those changes will be made in the first two years. Geographic inequalities  , will start levelling out in 1980 and will be eliminated by 1985.  By March\,.1.98^tii.!5! basicidca.\vill be inpliicc: everyone will be  until proven guilty; everyone will be a safe driver until proven unsafe; everyone will be  entitled to a base premium until they lose that right.  But if everyone enjoys these rights, they must also share the responsibilities. That's why the new V. A. I. R. program includes a Driver Accident  Premium. The implementation of this Accident Premium will place the  principal responsibility on the driver who causes accidents,  Obviously, any program that sets a fair base premium is going to j  cost money; So who'll make up the differ H  money will eventually come from those who are responsible for accidents.  They'll pay higher premiums. And the more accidents they have,  the more frequently they have them, the higher their premiums can go.      \  ~ ~~n.m'ttfan[^  (as wSiMt^MPsafW-nK !'��>**��iB* i*j*;��S$��a3  Insurance Corporation of British Columbia \   x  * r     *  Wednesday, October 10,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageD-3  . ^>Z i.X>f->\  ^"^ "^ ,A  , ^ * A  t    <  !i  ///  4\  Sa&Uiiw  :mm^  *-���%���   :  SALE ENDS OCTOBER 15th  WE HAVE BEEN BUSY AS A BEAVER BRINGING THESE BARGAINS TO YOU  SUPER SAVINGS 20%, 30%, 50%  f2��.  FEATURE FOR DURATION OF SALE:  "SUN SHINE VILLA"  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  *\ /. $���,*��� %��#&.'-**��� i ts %/ii  LOW PRICE   $12.  sq. yd.  M\  &���>  A*  rrs-   �����_-  SAUNA  Rubber Backed  Ideal for bedrooms.  rumpus rooms etc. etc.  $7 qq ��  liVV   ud.  SANS-EGAL  Beige and Off White  Just right for bedrooms.  WilW   yd.  KITCHEN  PRINTS  Rubber Backed,  for easy do it yourself.  From  sq. yd.  and up  ROOM SIZE  RUGS  REDUCED FROM  20%-40%  ACCOTONE  Cushion floor. 12 ft. wide  4 colours only.  HiVifc-I^VJl^J  SPECIAL $  LINOLEUMS  Candide square pattern only.  3 colours  Reg. $13.45 sq. yd.  sq.  NOW  *8.95  REMNANTS  From 2'xl2' to 6'xl2'  REDUCED BY  LINOLEUMS  From stock only  LESS  AND MUCH, MUCH MORE TO CHOOSE FROM  ( M*7RM\  Ken DeViies & Son Ltd.  Gibsons  886-7112  "Drop in to our two locations"  *M&Clt6lt  885-3424  CARPETS   CARPETS   CARPETS   CARPETS   CARPETS   CARPETS   CARPETS   CARPETS  i1  , i      i "*���' ��� The Garden Corner  Extravagant luxury  By Guy Symonds  To anyone who has had to go without  food because there was none to be had, the  extravagant luxury, the casual waste, the  sheer stupidity of a people that wilfully  turns invaluable food producing land into a  waste of cement and blacktop in the  frantic pursuit of money, these create a  lifestyle, that is absolutely incomprehensible.  Last year according to government  figures, this country imported some $900  millions worth of agricultural products  including $270 million of vegetables.  At last the powers that be are waking  up to the gravity of the situation and in the  words of Fred ��� Maurer, a lifetime  vegetable physiologist at the Agassiz  Research Station, "vegetable production  and storage until now the Cinderella of,  agricultural research, is now a top priority  item'-'.  So the bright trained brains, that are  truly our lifeline to the future are searching for answers and in some cases are  having to go back to the older countries  with population problems to learn how  they deal with a situation that has been a  similar story for many years. ^  They think that broccoli, for instance  can be marketed from May right into  November or even, in the mild climate.of  the lower Fraser Valley, into December.  But horticultural practices will be very  different from those we follow here.  Growers in the European countries use  the soil block system. This writer has seen  it in operation in Abbotsford with equipment brought over from Holland. The  plants are grown in plastic shelters of  tunnels but the plastic material is very  different from what we are offered here,  being usable for periods of up to ten years  without renewal. New strains of broccoli  are being bred that can handle the cold  winter weather as well as the heat of  summer and strangely enough the  geneticists are finding out that strains that  can handle one temperature extreme can  also cope with one at the other end of the  scale.  Says Agassiz "We are getting closer".  Onions are another vegetable that is  getting the attention of the scientists and  again the soil block stystem seems to be  the answer. The result of experiments now  under way could see B.C. onions on the  market from June till Fall with more  attention being paid to storage.  On that matter of storage there is a'  young Phd recently arrived at the  Research centre whose sole purpose is to  resolve the problems in the storage of  vegetables so that growers may be encouraged to produce more in the  knowledge that proper facilities with  trained personnel will be available to take  care of the increased production.  Then there are new, and to us, strange  kinds of vegetables. They are well-known  in Europe and in Asia and they could be  easily and profitably grown here. Belgian  endive or "witloof" fetches $3 a pound on  the New York market says Fred Maurer  and the demand is rising dramatically.  One and only one farmer in B.C. is attempting it and his product brings him a  return-to-grower of 75 cents a pound.  There is excellent demand too for the  giant Japanese or Korean radish which  can be grown through the summer and  which is claimed to have a better flavour  than the small red radishes we always get  here. According to Maurer it is used in the  cocktail bars or their equivalent in Germany to accompany beer instead of  pretzels or peanuts. Maurer says he has  tried it under these circumstances and it is  certainly very pleasant. ,  Canada imports vast amounts of  asparagus he ���says and' interest in its  production in the Fraser Valley is rising  with some 40 acres now under production  in the Fraser Valley. Before the last war  the Japanese grew a great deal of  asparagus but growers found the problem  of weed control too tough to handle. This  has been the subject of investigation with  encouraging results. *  , This story has a moral. You cannot eat  dollars and it is the final and vital interest  of every one of us that horticulture and  agriculture in all its forms shall take top  priority.  Everyone who grows a few lettuce or a  row of carrots in the garden helps not only,  him and her self but'the land they call their  country.  PageD-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 10,1979,  Sechelt gets new forest manager  The Ministry of Forests continued its  re-organization with the appointment  today of eight District Managers in the  Vancouver Forest Region.  The new managers are: Darcy DeHart,  Campbell River, Russ Campbell, Port  Alberni; Jack Carradice, Chilliwack; Pat  Gilgan, Squamish; Barry Custance,  Sechelt; D. B.Doerksen, Maple Ridge;  Tom Walker, Duncan, and Barry Mountain, Powell River. An appointment for  Port Hardy may be announced later this  fall.  In making the announcement Alan  MacPherson, Manager for the Vancouver  Forest Region, said that the new District  Managers will begin assessing their needs  in staff and facilities as soon as they are  able to transfer from their present duties.  "Actual locations of headquarters  offices have not yet been finalized,''  continued MacPherson. "Meanwhile, it's  business as usual at our Ranger Stations.  Eventually some of these Stations may  become District off ices, while others may  become field offices."  MacPherson said the District  Managers' headquarters will become the  'Store-Front offices' of the Forest Ministry  from which on-the-scene diclsions can be  made close to the forest resource.  The appointment of the new managers  is in keeping with the decentralization of  the Ministry to meet the terms of B.C.'s  new Forest and Range legislation.  As a result of his new appointment  Barry Custance will be moving from the  Nelson Forest Region to take up his duties  as District Manager, Sechelt. Custance is  H.699  to come in to  COAST CYCLE  WHARF RD., SECHELT  885-2030  01485B  ' mm  Guests coming? No place to sleep?  ~ TRY A FOAM MATTRESS!  Tired of springs poking you in the back?  TRYFOAMI  Waterbed making you seasick?  FILL IT WITH FOAM!  Wynga.rt Road, Olbiont ~ 886-7310  * PL6XIOLASS * TARfS * All SURPLUS POR DCIT-YOURSSIP  CompUt. UPHOLSTIRY ��� PRf I ESTIMATES  currently a Protection Officer and has  spent much of his considerable Forest  Service career in the Kootenay area. He  has also been a Training Officer in Prince  Rupert as well as a Ranger at Gold River.  The ever popular "Hallmark"  Calendars for 1980 are here now. Excellent  photography as usual. ���Miss Bee's,  Sechelt.  Western Canada School  of Auctioneering Ltd.  Canada's first, and the only completely  Canadian course offered anywhere.  Licensed under the Trade Schools Licensing  Act, R. S. A. 1970, C.366. For particulars of  the next course write:  Box 687, Lacombe, Alberta or phone 782-  6215,   The new owner of Sechelt OK Tire  would like to announce the appointment  of a new manager.  Fred has had 7 years experience in various facets of the tire  business, including re-treading, new tire sales and service. He has  been a resident of the Sunshine Coast for 5 years. Fred would like to  extend an invitation to all his new and old customers to come in and  sbmple his Red Carpet Service or simply have a cup of coffee.  wsftsto  Home of red carpet service.  nMMStV3155f��-M  FRED RUPERT  TIRE STORES  ... where the coffee pot is always on.  Whari * Dotphfa St  Aylmer  TOMATOES  28fl. oz.   Doles  PINEAPPLE  in own juice 19 oz..  Burns  CANNED HAMS $049  lValb W  Realemon  LEMON JUICE  675 ml   Kraft  PEANUT BUTTER$129  750 mi: X  Swifts  PREHI $125  Chef Boyardee  BEEF RAVIOLI  425 g........   Imperial  MARGARINE  3 lb.   Kraft Singles 1 oz.  CHEESE SLICES $389  21b. pkg %f  Chef Boyardee  CHEESE PIZZA   $159  28 7/8oz JL  MllaM����MMmM>MaVmaMMMa^^  Sungold 4 pack  DRINK CRYSTALS OOC  VA oz. orange or grape   Crisco  SHORTENING  1 lb. pkg..   Caesars Choice  CLAM and c*g or  TOMATO COCKTAIL  .*!*?.  46 fl. oz        JL  Alpha unpasturlzed  LIQUID HONEY  $939  2 lb.   JL  Canada Grade A  Eye of Round  DINNER or SMIIWNH  STEAKS  boneless  Loin Rib End  (Country Style)  SPARERIBS  Gov't  inspected  Canada Grade A  beef  SHORT RIBS  lb.  Peasant  BREAD 454 g  Bran  MUFFINS....  Macaroon  TARTS  0-0M  B.C. Bartlett  Canada        OQ0  No'l      lb. Ov  California        ,  CANTALOUPE  mm*  l%l%v   Canada  each V V      No. 1  California  TOMATOES  ib.Tp5f  Canada  No. 1  Washington  GREEN PEPPERS  lb. vD  Canada  No. 1  jam     ^_m_m\__\ Mg_f  W dm mmmt mmy  mmmJ^WOmP Mr  Surf  DETERGENT  2 kg   $015  Sunlight  LIQUID $129  DETERGENT 32,1c!1  Pinesol  CLEANER  40fl.oz.....  $179  Royale  FACIAL TISSUE   OC0  large box man size...  Borateem  LAUNDRY  CLEANER iikg  BAR SOAP  4 bar pack 380 g  !1*  Royale  PAPER TOWELS $119  twin pack.. JL  Baby Scott  DIAPERS  super 24s..  $029  Red Rose  TEA BAGS  paper 60s.....  $195  Purina or Sea Nip  CAT CHOW  1 kg         $119  Ovaltine  HOT CHOCOLATE $069  652g       im  Clover Valley  CHEESE SPREAD $179  16 oz   Upton  CUP A SOUP  4s...........;..,.;:...  Kraft  I ORANGE JUICE $109  I 32 fl. oz..   mmm  ...^tw^**,, ,*���.*...,  Prices effective)  October 11, 12, 13  '* ( <> o r    *. r\ *\ r  I     I a V,J M O     _.   U  ^     4   V *   *'  nnr, f;n?:i, Boi'o.y  flfl.'j-W)12, Mont Dop't,  ���RVf Till Hir.H? lOHMI! QUANTITIES

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