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 '- *'- ���   7  \    \ . i  ...      V  /  1 ,}'.  The six Sunshine Coast doctors who  signed a letter underlying low staff morale  at St. Mary's Hospital have now backed  off. .  The Times learned that Drs. Alan  Cairns, David Gerring, John Ferrer, Mark  Mountain and' at least two others  threatened in a letter to take their more  seriously ill patients to Vancouver  Hospitals rather than put them in St.  Mary's.  According to one doctor, the letter said  that low staff morale and believed short  staffing conditions could jeopardize  patient care if left unchecked.  However, the letter dated August 8, fell  into the Hospital Employees Union hands.  Subsequently'an emergency meeting of  medical staff (doctors using St. Mary's)  was called to disclaim the letter.  The medical staff emergency meeting  held on'September 26 "Dissassociated  itself officially from the contents of the  letter written and signed, on August 8," the  minutes of the meeting stated.  But, according, to a HEU representative in Vancouver, there are still staff  morale problems despite the doctors  disclaimer.  HEU field. representative Bob McCartney, who was sent up by the local's  head office to investigate - the morale  problems said if it continued, it would  cause problems ih health care at the  hospital. . '  "What we have is a, poor relationship  between the administration and the staff  of the hospital," McCartney said.  "There hasn't been any serious effect  ...on health care yet, but if the problem  continues it could get worse."  Still, St. Mary's, adnunistrator Nick  Vucurevich maintains the problem is all'  the ,"past tense." He was unwilling to talk  about the HEU's investigation of staff'  morale, saying, "that was discussed at a  confidential meeting. I refuse to discuss  confidential meetings."  "Its just personnel problems we are  talking about," he added. >  Vucurevich did say however that the  hospital had some financial problems, but:  those had been cleared up.  "We had a problem of finance, but that  has been solved at this time," he said,  adding that workloads in some cases were  a problem for a time.  Vucurevich stressed that the concerns  which the doctors expressed were over  with.  . "Its in the past tense, its history, I'm no  longer concerned with it," he said.  The minutes of the September 26  medical staff meeting seem to agree.  The medical jsfaff realizes that there  are some problems within the hospital but  that these seem to be being dealt with  adequately and that, in general, patient  care at the hospital continues to be a  satisfactory standard."  The motion to disassociate itself from  off of com  . the. letter was a unanimous one with one  abstention.;  Dr, Mountain, chairman of the medical  staff.said he.had already withdrawn his  name from the letter at the time of  meeting.  H didn't   agree   with   the   letter',  ST. MARY'S Hospital recently went;  under expansion, but according* to  union representatives, they didn't  expand the number of staff. Some  total politicians blame trie provincial  government':? financing.!  ' especially the last part (the threat to send  seriously ill patients to Vancouver  hospitals). It was an empty threat," Dr.  Mountain said.  He said part of the problem was  communications and added steps had been  taken to improve it.  Dr. Parrer, who along with Dr. Cairns  wrote the letter, told the Times they wrote  it because they felt morale was a problem.  "The letterlooked stronger than it was.  The last part was included because we  wanted to show them we meant business,"  he said.  However, he admitted the doctors  didn't follow the proper procedure to voice  their complaints.  "We definitely didn't follow the proper  channels. We circumvented the line of  authority," Dr. Ferrer said.  Dr. Ferrer also said the atmosphere at  the hospital has become more open since  the letter and subsequent discussion.  "People are able to talk more openly  around the hospital," he said. ,   .  Where HE W got hold of the letternO one  seems to know, but according to McCartney it brought home? a problem they  had known about for quite some time.  Staffing cuts on the second floor was  one of the complaints, although the ad-(  ministration says there were only slight  "We're concerned about short staff  ing," McCartney said, adding he was  going to be up in Sechelt in about two  weeks to investigate the matter further.  Meanwhile, Sunshine Coast Regional  District has gotten itself involved in the  hospital matter, asking its representative  on the hospital board, Director Harry  Almond to ask some questions about the  doctors complaints.  "I'll ask the questions that are needed  to be asked, the public has a right to know  what is going on in the hospital," Almond  said.'}  Former SCRD representative on the  board, Joe Harrison said one of the  reasons he resigned from the hospital  board was to do with it not getting enough  information.  ' 'When I was on the board we would just  rubber stamp the work done by the  committees. The hospital board didn't get  much information," Harrison said.  He added he had seen three documents,  including the letter from the doctors which  were critical of the hospital administration.  Harrison blamed the financial situation  as the main cause of the dispute, but added  in camera meetings of the hospital board  fueled a lot of public discontent.  y"f,l~t-  1  (jCNA  Serving the Sunshine Coost. (Howe Sound'to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon   Hopkins landing, prajjilhtims Landing   Gibsons. Roberts Creek  Wilson Creek   Selma Park   Sechelt   Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove   Pender Hrb . Madeira Park   Goretel|$6y1i' Irvine s Landing. Earjs' Cave. Egmon  2nd Class-Mail  Registration No.   1142  'tmeA  Union Label  Phone  885-3231  28 Pages ��� 20c Copy  LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume^? -^ No. 46  Wednesday, October 31,1979  m-<:  SUBPOENA ROBERT BONNER?  SCRD wants special hearing  : "Mr, Robert Bonner, Chairman of B.C.  ��� Hydro, will you take the .stand."  . That is the scenario of what the Sun-  ". shine Coast Regional District board would  ���*-��� like to see - Robert Bonner, .along with  -��� other. Hydro officials and Ministry of  ���;��� Environment public servants subpoenaed  t^egpf^'before^a,special hearing on the  .r-dL%eW^uns^uu*,powe^inei,  "v - , -  7  SCRD last^Thursday asked its lawyers  along with West Coast Environmental Law -  Association toe look into the possibility of  invoking Bylaw One section 5|? of its  constitution.    \t 5  Section 58, which is almost identical to  Section 182 of the Municipal Act reads,  "the Regional board, or any' select committee thereof, shall have' the power,  under the hand of the chairman, and seal  of the Regional Distrfct^ to summon  witnesses for examination on oath on any  and all matters connected with or relating  wicked,  but her outfit would be  enough to put the fright into some  YOU REALLY cant "call this witch * little ones tonight. She was Just one of  Treatcrs beware  ^hMcU the, *7(nte4>  ... By the time you read this we will know exactly who is running for  the various offices, so stay tuned to this paper for detailed coverage  of the election scene next week.  ... Halloween photo page takes a look at the NDP costume party - D-3.  ... Bruce Robinson takes a look at the John problem In New York and  ^F^wmwmm,mmaTam^wWmm%mai^fjmwa'm^m  ;.. SprM covers the dynasty of Wphlnitone Ohis volleyball - 04.  . . . Much more news coverage throughout.  the many people who got dressed up  for the NDP costume dance last  Saturday night. More pictures D4,  Weather  Weather, October 20 - 28  October20 ..,  October 21 ,..  October 22 7  October23 ,,.  October24 ...  October 25  October 20  Lo. HI. Prec.  .. .4.0 12.0    0.09  .5.0 11,5  ...9.8 11.5  ..0,0 13.0  ...7.0 11.0  ,. .9.5 13.0  ...10.0 12.0    ..._  -iVeefc'Hrnrtiafatt ��� ��.*�� tmr<H;tot��riO"  4ato . UM ��ro. 1878 to dato .����48 ��nw., -  October 20- 21,1978 -1.82 cm. October 1  - 28,1978 - 3.63 cm. Jan. - October 26,1978 -  95.11 cm.  0.13  1.49  0.14  2.00  0.03  1.12  to the administration of -the regional  district, and have the same power to enforce the attendance of such witnesses and  compel them to give evidence as is vested  in any court of law in civil cases,"   '.  When the%Times contacted an executive';,  offfcet/of the Ministry of Municipal Affairs*  mid asked about the possibility of sub--"  ,.ptieWngRobert Bonner under this section--  of tfce act, the/response was sustained  laughter   A/ ���'* -    ;   Jf  , However,inunicipal affairs officer Ten;?  Whelan dld*J$mit the-wording of the act"  was broad:*      '      ,'" ^  "I'm not a lawyer, but I would imagine  the council must have some jurisdirtUjh,  or decision making power, over the subject it is dealing with," Whelan said.  ,    ,  "I can't think of any, prudent, but the  actual wording sounds very broad."  Whelan added that jthe section was  probably put in the actso the board could  ask questions of their employees under  oath. ';'  "If they (SCRD)- are seriously considering thisaction,' then they will have to  go to their own Solicitor," Whelan said.  Still,; Director Joe Harrison maintains  the SCR}) does have a right to call witnesses tfeteirtiiy-..,--'' '  '*^3^1urIs^oir;��WfeV-lSird usw*  [n^gjalid think it is still worth a try,"  HarrisonWid.  Director Harry Almond believes the  matter is serious enough to continue exploring the possibility.*'  "We have to stand and say look we  don't want to be pushed around anymore  ��� we have rights too," he said.  The Only board member who was  hesitant about proceeding in mis fashion  was director Dave Hunter who asked, "are  we just flogging a dead horse?"  District best equipped to handle parks  The regional district in the Sunshine  Coast is the best equipped of regional  governments to look after parks,^according to the manager of the regional  community parks program. j  George Broome, currently part of the  parks and outdoor recreation division of  the ministry of lands, parks / and  housing Thursday told directors c* the  Sunshine Coast Regional District they  could initiate maintenance operations in  regional parks "very quickly" if an  emergency occured. He said SCRD had  the staff and the proximity to all potential  park locations to effectively manage a  regional park system.  "Park management is not a business for  amateurs and volunteers," he said.  Broome was presenting options and  information   on   provincial   funding  :������ l  Use of pesticides proposed  By BRIAN MacDONALD  Provincial wildlife conservation officer  Jamie Stevens, said on Sunday, he knew  about the B.C. Forest Service plan to  conduct pesticide tests in Lei,Lake, and  recommended against it, and/ so did the  Fish and Wildlife Service.  But he said when he heard from tho  local ranger station that they had Instructions to build a road into the lake, he  knew the project was to go ahead.  "I had heard tho decision had been  made arbitrarily, without Consulting Fish  and wUdllfe,,Stexens told Tjhie Times. Wc  said a letter to Environment Minister Rafe  Mair from the Gibsons Wildlife Club (see  letters A5) would not likely prevent the  testing but may yet do some good by  bringing the matter to light.  The letter is critical of plans by Simon  Fraser University to test effects of tho  chemical Orthene in Lei Lake", commonly  known as Logging Lake', on the Sechelt  Peninsula, and raises concern over the  possible closure of tho surrounding  recreation area.      ,'  "I mado tho recommendation to close  that area at a regional conference last  week," Stevens said. Tests of pesticides  useful ln'combatting spruce budworma  and other diseases are necessary, Stevens  said, but fie" hid poped SFU would contaminate the lake in the B.C. Research  Forest in Maple Ridge to test the chemical  Instead of Logging Lake.  ���JttttfHtilLto. McJUOTa&ntoUves jf_  the forest service, and several different  ''postlclde^li'esea.r.cherrarSFU by press  time failed.  i  "I had wanted thorn to use this lake as a  control," Stevens said. "They could  contaminate that lake which has more  limited access in Maple Ridge ��� because I  had wanted it as a recreation area but  more important, because I had just  recently given permission to a fellow to set  up a salmon farm,"  The letter from the Gibsons Wildlife  club makes reference to possible contamination of salmon in the farm on  Sechelt Inlet, downstream from Logging  Lake. The salmon farmer has no phone  and could not he reached for comment.  Stevens said he told the wildlife club if  the* man was unable to sell his product  SFU would compensate him. But ho added  that a researcher from SFU did not believe  the pesticide would harm "down at that  level of Uie creek."  The end user of tho tests will be the  forest service, Stevens sold. "If you aro  going to use a control, it has to be controlled from fishing," he said of the  closure. But he added that Die lake was  closed "obviously out of intent to protect  tho public."  Assistant ranger In Secholt, Bill Davis  said Logging I^ake was full of fish. No  determination has yet been made to local  authorities as to the effect of the pesticide  tests on the fish in tho lake.  ��� "There is a lot of trout In there, quite a  few fish," he said.  G.R, Rugglea, president of Gibsons  Wildlife Club, was not as helpful in supplying information on the status of the  la^i'Uyiww&nttoluww wlwa we^ot  oiu;jlj��fo^  or anybody else. It's Just for (Mair's)  perusal and if he wants to do something  about it ho can."  arrangements to the board in anticipation  of its, commissioning of a regional park  plan for the Sunshine Coast.  He said he administered a program  which-arose from 1965 parks legislation  and was melded into regional district  functions in 1972 as a community and  regional parks program because it " did  hot fit into the provincial park picture."  Prior to $79 budgetting.the program met  all regional district requests with grant-in-  aid refunds of one third of the costs of  acquisition and development of regional  parks, he said.  But the projected budget of $1.4 million  for 1979 was cut to $600,000, he said. "And  that threw a spasm into the whole planning."  "Now we still go with 100 per cent (of  tho one third share) to everybody but the  GVRD (Greater Vancouver Regional  District)," He added that there was Just  less money to spread around.  Regional planner Bill Urtdsay said ln  an interview later there is no need to begin  immediate acquisition of potential park  sites, , however. He named Francis  Peninsula, Sergeants Bay, and the mouth  of Roberts Creek as examples of areas  that could bo considered by SCRD ns  regional park sites, but cautioned that  landowners may bo unwilling to sell, and  the board reluctant to move ahead with  development until it received input oa the  type of parks desired. He added that some  people Interested In Sargcnnt's Bay think  It should be developed into a waterfowl  nrca.  Instead, Lindsay said, tho district will  hoar bids for a consulting firm to develop a  regional park plan by next summer, no tho  board can havo "basically u fwlley  document" from which to acquire and  develop parks, Ho said tho province would  refund ono third of costs for n consultant.  -Possible overhaul r of, the regional  district to a county, or other system,  should not affect regional park planning,  he said "It seems we'll be here Ir. some  form or another for some tlmo, so we, havo  Ugrccd_to take on a parks plan,"  "We will be asking people to writo in to  the board with Ulcus," Lindsay said."  Hopefully we will get the consulting study  underway by Christmas ....  A V  \ .The Peninsula Times  October 31,1979  Dare to be  a  - Some said Norman D. Morrison of'  Madeira Park wouldn't, Dare to do it, but  he did and won a Toshiba Matched Audio  system from Dare Biscuit Company. ,";  \ Morrison bought a package of Dare  cookies from the Madeira Park Park IGA  and entered the "Dare Spring Sweep-'  stakes 1979" contest.  > the audio system was presented to him  by Cliff Anderson of the Dare Biscuit  company,,October 24 at the IGAstore in  Madeira Park.  Police find  dynamite  '��� Sechelt police have recovered a small  amount of explosives found near Sechelt  Elementary Oct. 23. -  | One stick of dynamite and one blasting  cap was found by an unidentified man in  the Hackett Park area next to the  elementary school, and turned into the  Sechelt RCMP detachment, a police  spokesman said. The area was searched,  but no more explosives turned up, he said.  The spokesman said it would be impossible to determine where the explosives may have come from, as many  builders and independent landscaping  contractors in the area have licenses to  use them.  The dynamite, and blasting cap were <  destroyed late last week by the Vancouver police bomb disposal unit, he added.  ACCESS TO AND from the beach  through or around the Cooper's Green  still is an issue for local residents.  S&T-WR.   -     j^���^    cde*  gomm-pev/^     / \\   Browning CB  886-7918 ��^"��i��r.  ^^jt Centre  LEASE-A-^  RADAR  "Al*k us about���  our,  DECCA LEASE    _Jt,...  Use 'Times' Adbrlefs  foSell, Rent, Buy,  Swap etc.  if - >  Lower  MILLER MARINE  ELECTRONICS  Gibsons  ��^f  Best  W��stem|  The  By The Sea  COME STAY WITH US  at ENGLISH BA Y near STANLEY PARK  in beautiful downtown VANCOUVER  TOLL-FREE   800-268-8993  1755   DAVIE STREET   VANCOUVER   B.C.  V6G 1W5  TELEPHONE (604) 682-1831  /  1 /  \m  1  NO INTEREST OR  CHARGES FOR  .  ON ALL  . 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Users will have to pay  It may be up to the users to pay for  sewer connections if improperly estimated.  ground water percolation rates are  making their plumbing back up, according  to regional district area D director Harry  Almond. * >  The problem which besets homeowners.  in the Barnacle Road area of Sechelt is a  result of faulty placement of septic tank  fields which do not allow sewage to percolate into the ground at a fast enough  rate.  And the septic tanks were allowed by  the health department based on per-,  eolation test results provided by the  developer of the lots. Almond said the  regional district should not be required to  pick up the tab for sewers, as it normally  does under ah agreement with the village  of Sechelt, because of the circumstances.  "If the perc rates are wrong, it's the  health department and riot the builder who  is at fault," he said. "The health department issued permits based on the  developer's statistics."  , Sechelt clerk Malcolm Shanks had said  earlier that the village, would pay for an  engineer's study of a proposed sewer line  and the regional district would pay for its  implementation.  District planner Bill Lindsay said costs  of the sewer extension would likely have to  be borne by Sechelt (and the users through  a special tax levy) and he defended the  health inspectors.  "If the developer fudged his (perc test)  results, or took it when the weather was  really dry, they can't help that," he said.  "Basically the health department is there  to provide guidance���you can't pin it back  on them because someone's results are  wrong."  Lindsay said two health inspectors are  responsible for the Sechelt Peninsula and  cannot cover all the developments that are  springing up at an increasing rate.  Almond said connecting sewers to the  Barnacle Road area on Sechelt outskirts  was "a real messy spot because.it has to  go over the hill. The real benefactor will be  (developer Len) Van Egmond ��� it would  create several new lots."  Van,Egmond was not available for  comment by press time  Beautiful  SPRINGBOK  PUZZLES  for  Adults  and  also,  new  PUZZLES  for  Children ��� Great pastimes for everyone!  - MISS BEE'S, SECHELT  T^  daniadown      ?  is so-o-o-o hard fo leave  Daniadown takes pride In Ihe quality, workmanship and wide  selection ol their continental quills You can turn down the heat  and still keep cozily warm on the coldest nights and tree yoursell  Irom tedious oedmaking lorever  Chocse covers, accessories and drapes Irom a large choice ol  mix match colours In perma press iabnc, The decorating possibilities are endless, and makes the Ideal gift  Drop In and see why Daniadown Is the most popular quilt in  Canada Oeater list and colour Brochure on request  "GOSH, EVERY time I turn around directors that the title he gave them  I'm in another department," sighs "today"    could    be    different  regional park manager  George "tomorrow" due to seemingly con-  Broome. 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Jennifer {Bride ��� Dmrkfoom  ludy  farmers need de^al  Some might say it is easy for us  who live on the Sunshine Coast to sit  back, and tell the farmers in the  Fraser Valley ��� "you can't sell your  land for development nor can you  subdivide it."  But that just isn't the case ��� it  isn't easy ��� however, it is absolutely  necessary.__ .y  ���  Everyone in B.C. is dependant on  the produce the Fraser Valley farms  harvest and to allow this valuable,  farmland to be excluded from the  Agricultural Land Reserve would be  a crime which not only we will be  forced to pay for, but so will our  children.  B.C. just can't afford to lose any  more farmland, but then again who  are we to deny those farmers the true  market value of their land because  they can't sell it to a developer?  When the New Democrat government put the freeze on the farmland,  their action also put a freeze on the  market price of the frozen land  because it couldn't be sold for  development.  One solution, unfortunately a very  expensive one to the taxpayer in B.C.  would be to establish a non partisan  board to work, out an equitable  scheme to compensate for the farmers loss in market value. \  If we are to argue that the farmland is needed for the people of  B.C., then the people of B.C. should be  willing to put a little money to keep it.  It only seems fair. Particularly  when we demand the government to  pay a fair price for land expropriated  for highways,. sewers and right  aways.  ��^'  Letters to the Editor  Grass always greener      CMdreti's rights include life  They say the grass always looks  greener on the other side. That  probably is one of the reasons for the  neighbours of Cooper's Green  campsite wanting safe access to the  beach through Mrs. Cooper's  property.  Safe access, unfortunately means,  expropriation of a right of way  through the property. Mrs. Cooper  doesn't want her property divided up  in thismanner.  Not only would it lower the value of  the property, but it would probably  create some problems with her  business of running a campsite.  However, the Area B. Ratepayers  Association does have a lot of  legitimate complaints about the  Cooper's Green campsite as well as  problems with beach access in the  area. .   ,  We believe that Director Ed  Nicholson is right when he says there  is a compromise solution to the  problem, but a compromise cannot be  worked out when the parties involved  are slinging mud at each other.  It will take a lot of hard work as  well as a lot of cool heads to work out  a solution satisfactory to everyone's  liking.  A tine line  ~��j*,...  ��� r V"    "      "i  Who are the Johns?  ��� by Bruce Robinson  New York is a city with only slightly  less than hall the population of Canada. It  is the hub of the east, a metropolis filled  with merchants and famous for the arts.  Cab drivers, Carnegie Hall, Brooklyn  Dodgers, and Broadway. These have all  contributed through the years to the larger  than life image belonging uniquely to New  York. But a city which generates so much  energy is bound to have its problems, and  New York's always seem to be that much  bigger than those of other cities. Such is  the case with the world's oldest profession.  Hookers abound in the "Big Smoke."  Business is booming because the girls are  realizing more and more how Impotent  police are in curtailing their activities to  any serious degree. Edward Koch, the  mayor, taking a dim view of this  promiscuous flirtation with the law, has  decided to practice a little preventative  medicine which he hopes will discourage  prospective clients from soliciting the  services of prostitutes.  Koch is broadcasting the names' of  "Johns," (hookers' customers) on a city-  owned radio station, WNYC, and the sopt  has already been affectionately dubbed  "The John Hour," though the first show  was hardly that long. Only nine names  were announced on tho premier broadcast,  but the seed has been planted, my friends.  The mayor is upset that judges have not  HE PENINSULA^ftWe*  Published Wednesdays nt Sechelt  on B.C.'s Sunshine Const   ��� --���-��-'. ..,���������,, ...,|>y.^.,1.����4��.,.��(1.,^,,..i��.-w,to..*,.  The Peninsula Times  lor West pres Publications Ltd, ���  at Sechelt,,B.C.  Boa 310--Sechelt, B.C.  VON MO  Phone 885-3231  Office hours: 8:30 n.m.  to5p,ni.Tucs,-Si��<.  Subscription Rates: (In advance)  Local, $7 per year. Beyond 35 miles, $8  U.S.A., $10. Overseas $11.  'onlrihiilorx:  Ph, 7, Sechelt Rlrmentnry  Robert Foxall  Vern Giesbrecht    Dennis Gray     Maurice Heimtrcct  Jeanie Norton  Murrie Red mon  Bruce Robinson   ...MatlmAlimgtk...,... ..,.,.   Peggy Connor  Doris Edwardson  Mary Tinkley-Shannon  yw^y^wMw^A ��w���� >A9f* a' ^^w.^www.  as yet enforced a two year old state law  increasing the penalties for customers of  prostitutes to a maximum of ninety days in  jail. So Koch is getting on with it, and  perhaps other officials will follow suit. The  potential of the scheme can be even more  greatly appreciated when one considers  alternate, forms of media at its disposal.  Newspapers would certainly enhance a  project like Koch's, but the most graphic  way to relay his message to the public  would surely be through television.  Grandma will no longer see grandson as  an angelic, cookie-munching teddy bear  when his shining face appears on the  network news, identifying him as Sassy  Sally's best customer. I wonder how  Grandma will explain it to the girls on  bridge night.  Let's face it. Nobody wants to be a  laughing stock. And what better way to put  people ��� metaphorically speaking ��� in  the stocks than by announcing the names  of Johns for the benefit of friends and  relatives. How many respected .members  of the community so obsessed with  maintaining an image of spotless  propriety, would lose their self-  righteousness, hearing their names on the  air,  Those who stand to lose the most, of  course, are the ones who are firmly  established in the public eye as upstanding  citizens. Once their names were released,  connecting them to "unsavory elements,"  their ability to function as before would be  seriously Impaired. A person could almost  feel sorry for them if they weren't the ones  taking the chance.  ,.,.^jPjbH��^Uo^  issue In"Vancouver. A^^  the Wendy King trial ln which King was  found guilty of keeping a common bawdy  house, Judge Darrell Jones ruled not to  divulge the* names of eight hundred  customers listed in a book found ln King's  apartment.  The King case also led to the  resignation of John Funis as Chief Justice  of the Supreme Court. It's hard to say who  else might fall If the book's contents were  ever revealed to the public. Offhand, I'd  say tho public would like to know the truth.  It might change their Impression of a few  citizens.  Seems that Edward Koch and Darrell  Jones look at prosltitutlon differently.  When It gets down to the crunch, Koch  may have to broadcast soma) prominent  names, but if he is committed to the Idea, a  few peers, perhaps even friends, may have  to be sacrificed. la It possible that Judge  p^ t4m$��&am*aa*m%~%^',*a00Gm*mifityB^amma. ^t^am^a^^^^i-mai^^^aam^: aal'imeMi ^-M^tf^MflRMUnlftflc  dilemma, leafing through Wendy King's  Editor, The Times:  It was with.interest that I read your  editorial upholding the rights of the child  in our society. It is good to know you take  the position that protecting the basic  rights of the child should be one of  society's prime objectives. I agree with  you wholeheartedly.  Open letter to Rafe Mair  k *. ���>  Honourable K. Rafe Mair  Minister of Environment  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C.  Dear Mr. Mair:  In view of charges of political  patronage surrounding the deletion of over  600 acres from the Agricultural Land  Reserve near Langley, and in view of the  fact that Land Commissioner Gary Runka  has resigned, leaving the Commission  without a quorum, I would urge you to  immediately, suspend appeals under  section 9 (8) of the Agricultural Land**  CoiSniissiorr Act until changes have been  made to eliminate the potential for,  political favoritism in Land Commission  appeals.  I suggest that the taint of political  patronage which has surrounded the Land  Commission and the appeal procedure  since the Act was amended could be;  Thankful  Editor  The Times ;:  '  Last year many generous donations  were received to make it possible for the  Elves Club to distribute 157 hampers to the  under-priviledged from Port Mellon to  Egmont. This was an increase from 103  given In 1977.. "  These people received turkeys, cakes,  food items, small gifts and toys.  It is only because of your unselfish  support and the co-operation of the entire  community that the elves are able to bring  happiness and shiny eyes to the many  needy persons each Christmas.  Certainly do hope that we can count Vi  you again this year with may "THANKS".  Kathleen Belanger  Secretary, Elves Club  Grateful  Editor, The Times;  The local Al-Anon groups are grateful  for. the recent publicity as public Information. Thank you.  I would personally like to congratulate  you on the fullness of your story for the  alcohol awareness week.  Name wltheld by request.  eliminated if the government were to  adopt the following suggestions for  amendment to the Agricultural Land  Commission Act:  1. That the Land Commissioners be  selected by unanimous resolution of a  special select standing committee of the  Legislature in the same way that the  Ombudsman and the Auditor-General are  chosen. The government could continue to  terminate Land Commissioners for cause  and appoint interim Commissioners.  Appointment by a legislative committee,  however, would give the Commission the'  same impartiaVcharacter that attaches to  the office of Ombudsman which is so  important in dealing with questions of land  use.  2. Section 9 (1) (a) should be changed to  incorporate a requirement for public  hearings prior to deletion of land from the  reserve by the Lieutenant-Governor in  Council "on his own.. .or on application by  the Land Commission." This will impose  on the goverment the same requirements  that government imposes on  municipalities and regional districts and  eliminate the concern that many people  have about the Site C dam for example:  that cabinet will simply delete B.C.  Hydro's dam site and reservoir limits  from the ALR without public hearings.  The public hearings should not be conducted by the proponent as is presently  required under Section 9 (1) (d), rather  the Land Commission should hold the  hearings.  3. The Section 9 (8) provision which  allows an appeal to the Environment and  Land Use Committee should be repealed.  As we pointed out during debate on this  amendment, this section provides a  political avenue of appeal which subverts  the original Intent of the Act, which was to  protect farmland as a resource in which  all British Columbians ��� not simply the  owners and developers of the land ��� have  an Interest.  I would urge you to adopt these  proposals as a basis for amendments to  the Land Commission Act and to suspend  consideration of appeals by the ELUC  until more protection of the public interest  is written Into the Act.  Robert E.Skelly.M.L.A.  Albernl  You state that the basic rights for  children include the right to adequate  care, food, shelter, education and health  services. In other words, a child's right is  the right to a decent life. It therefore  struck me as incongruous for you to imply  in the same article that it is unfortunate  that a woman's right to choose whether or  not to have a baby is still a "battle royal".  Surely abortion. (which is what the  "battle royal" is all about) undermines  the child's most basic right of all-the right  to live his or her life.  No scientist would disagee that human  life begins at conception. The unborn child  is going through one phase in his  development as a human being and Is no  less human just because he is in the first  phase. No mother ever gave her child a  more decent life by killing him or her.  Putting a person to death never improved  the'quality of that persons life. You are  -right, child abuse still plagues our society,  ^bortion is child abuse at its worst.  - ���' I believe in standing up for the rights of  all human beings. I do agree that a woman  should have the right to control her own  body. But once a child is conceived, there  is another body and human being involved.  The unborn child is not the mother's body  ��� but a separate human being whose  rights also need protecting. It is sad that  the very women who are actively fighting  for women's rights can in the same breath  so adamantly fight for the 'right' to  destroy another person and his most basic  right ��� the right to live.  The womb, once shelter  Better Skelter  Susan Nichols  Lee plans to run  Editor,  The Times:  For some time I have been under  pressure to stand as Alderman for the  Village of Sechelt.  The meeting with the Minister of  Municipal Affairs in Abbotsford last  Monday confirmed the opinions of those  who recognized the tremendous advantages possible to accrue to the Village  having two directors on the regional  board, and vice versa.  My papers for Area "C" have already  been filed and those for the Village will be  completed on Monday 29th, October.  I will be using your newspaper (at my  own expense) to explain exactly the  significance of the coming cumulative  events of which my nomination is just a  part.  Charles Lee.  The shaggy appearance of Baltimore.  Orioles relief Pitcher Don Stanhouse to the  contrary, the latest trend in men's hairstyle is toward shorter hair. It's no longer  fashionable, we're told, for men's hair to  reach below their collars. Neater, shorter  hair will apparently be the fashion in the  early '80s.  Barbers and hairdressers are rubbing  their hands with glee at the news. After  having endured the. "hippie" era and  taken crash courses' in trimming long,  thick sideburns to the precise millimetre  desired, they're ready for a bonanza of  brief, frequent and lucrative haircuts.  "A little off the top and an inch or so at  the back, right?" they'll ask their fashion  conscious customers.  "Right. It's okay if my hair just nudges  the collar, but make sure it doesn't drop  below."  No one could ever accuse me of being  fashionable.  When ducktails molded with  Brylcream were in vogue (barbers in  those days were asked for a trim and a  lube job), I flaunted my brushcut. Later,  When shoulder length hair was common, I  faced the world in medium-length hair and  a neat beard. Then, confronted with a  balding, old-fashioned publisher who  visited the barber monthly and made  disparaging remarks if I didn't follow suit,,  I abandoned the beard and kept my hair  even shorter.  In Port Alberni I worked for one of the  last crewcutters in the Western world, but  he didn't raise an eyebrow as I experimented with a Fu Manchu moustache,  hairstyles of varying lengths and three  types of beards: short and ragged,  medium and ragged and long and ragged.  I tried to make myself presentable  when I started teaching but my luck with  barbers was not noteworthy.  "Just little off the top and trim the  beard?" one of them asked cheerfully as I  sank into the chair. I nodded and began  chatting about the World Series. His  whirlwind assault on my hair left me with  the feeling that I'd been scalped.  "I didn't want you to take off quite that  much," I remonstrated, gazing sadly at  the mound of hair on the floor. What could  I do, though? The damage was done and  the barber was flexing his scissors for the  next victim. My only recourse was to wear  a cap for the next few weeks and choose  my next barber with more care.  The choice is more important than ever  now, with prices shooting up to rival the  women's haircuts. Years ago, you might  ''get a hah-ciirthaf looked like' you'd been  'run over bjfesa rusty* hand-driven lawn-  mower, but at least it only cost you a dollar  or two. Now, you're lucky to escape with  less than $12 or $14.  Some men are lucky. Yul Brynner,  Telly Savalas and lesser-known bald men  never have to visit a barbershop unless  they just want to shoot the breeze.  Perhaps they're lucky in another way,  too, because legend has it that only virile,  tough men get bald, and that bald men are  better lovers than their hirsute peers.  It could be just a myth, of course.  There's some evidence that the myth was  started by Hippocrates, the father of  medicine. Hippocrates was bald, and he  found that his girl friends were always  stolen away by chaps with plenty of hair,  especially fellows with curly hair.  So, in an effort to win the girls back, he  began to circulate the claim that bald men  were more virile,, the greatest lovers, etc.  It's too bad Hippocrates and Samson  weren't contemporaries. They might have  settled the hair Issue for good.  Prohibition  Editor, The Times;  We would like to ask your readers for  help In our Social Studies 11 project. The  subject is* the prohibition era on the  Sunshine Coast.  If there is anyone who can share stories  or memories of these years could you  please contact Kelly Henry or Joey  Hogberg at Elphiastone Secondary at 886-  ,0224.  Kelly Henry  Joey Hogberg  Preserving farmland is "environmentalist poppycock"  ..VtMl       t -A     i_     .-   _IA _ _JIA--l.Il ��� -  ... -  L^:fl2    L'   _'w- '   ��������>**>*���><���" ....n,.:,,::,...  :..������.   ..,..,....��.. ,..^.t fi.M * ,.*..... ... ���.(. wfc.,.,^  *. W) ..���.,,. ..'     .......... lt        .  "2T"  Maybe It's time Vancouver practiced a  little preventative medicine of its own.  Calling Dr. Volrich. ..'  "Bill, I want you to write an editorial  extolling the virtues of this now  development for 1300 housing units, ���  make it punchy."  Those were my first orders as a young  editor on a lower Fraser Valley weekly  newspaper from the owner and publisher.  "But sir, (he was an ex-sargeant major  and liked to be called sir) that's prime  agricultural farm land they want to  develop," I said somewhat nervously not  wanting to catch His wrath.  "Listen Bill, I hired you with tho understanding you would write what I  wanted and not any lift wing en*  vlronmentallst poppycock," the publisher  bellowed.  "But..��� but/U stuttered.  "No buts," he answered. "Delta needs  industry, Industry needs workers and  workers need homes, Its simple,"  "Okay," I said while selling my soul for  U^job.xperleacfia.ftx) editor.'Til do 1U  but I will need more Information,"  First, I want you to say bow badly the  small businessmen In Ladner and  Tsawwasscn are doing, and whaj the  extra business will do for them,  Carillon  With Bill Bell  "Then you can talk about the extra jobs  the construction will bring and don't forget  to say the farm land Is' useless," the  publisher said,  "But it isn't useless, the soil  classification says its good farmland," I  responded meekly* - , ~   "Listen that farmland hasn't been used  properly In 10 years, Its badly leached,"  he said, getting �� little angry with my  "stupid" questions,  deyelQjjrt  let the land go fallow In hopes one day they  could approach the Agricultural Land  Commission and say, "Listen this land Is  useless as farmland, nothing has grown  on lt for years, so why don't you let us  develop lt."  Tho editorial was written and the paper  along with myself was loved by the  developers and merchants, while being  despised by those people concerned about  the depletion of farmland,  No mention of where we were going to  get the agricultural products once the  farmland was depleted, no mention of  what extra costs we would have to pay if  .wahad to transport vegatahlasup from  More editorials were to follow  demanding the government let other  peicos within tho land reserve out,  Sometimes, though I hope not because  of the editorials, land would be taken out of  the ALR.  "You can't stop fprogross," the  publisher would say as ho dropped tho  press release announcing tho land ox-  clutlon on my desk.  The gross mentality of Uie publisher  was only exceeded by that of his son, the  production manager, who while driving  down the back roads of Delta would yell at  tho slow moving farm vchlclos.  "Why do Uioy allow those stupid  vehicles on tho street," ho would say und  then turn to his dad with a grin "farms,  what a waste of land,"  J'What a waste..of. l^nd/'^ctua^ly It was  more a waste of editorial space.  Luckily those days are gone and I now  get to call It tho way I see It.  ��� Daring tlianftat few xaonthg, thla gpMco  JwCfifikei Ji��n�� swWed some of the Sunshine Coast developers, but on tho whole  and In comparison with some of tho Fraser  Valley developers, I must confess, most ot  the locals are responsible. M  ,./ ���     \ ��� ��� '  More  Min.  Peninsula Times      Page A-5  Wednesday, October 31,1979  Wildlife Club condemns pesticide tests  The Honorable Rafe Mair,  Minister of Environmentv  Parliament Buildings,  VICTORIA, B.C.  Dear Sir:  Recently we had it brought to our attention that a project to be carried out by  the B.C. Forest Service in collaboration  with Simon Fraser University wiU involve  a small lake named "Lei Lake" (Logging  Lake) on the Sechelt Peninsula and that it  is about to be put into operation. .  The program apparently involves the  use of the, chemical "Orthene" which we  banned in the Fraser Valley recently for  the control of spruce bud worms after  objections by the public sector arid others,  and also for the recent controversial gypsy  moth infestation in Vancouver.  It is our understanding that the project  was motivated and planned by the B.C.  Forest Services Chief Forest Protection  Officer for the Vancouver District, Mr.  Ted McArthur. Meetings have been held  with the Sechelt Forest Ranger and the  area has been visited and approved by  Professor Oloffs of S.F.U. who has a grant  from Chevron, the manufacturers of  Orthene, to conduct these experiments. A  recreation reserve has been put on the  area by the B.C, Forest Service and 1600  dollars of recreation funds were spent  . towards the building of a trail or road into  the lake. A timber sale by MacMillan  Bloedel was turned down on the grounds  that this was a pristine natural area and  was not to be logged.  It is our understanding that a small  sized lake similar in all respects environmentally in the B.C. Forest Research  forest in Haney is to be used as a control  site and close monitoring of both lakes will  take place over a period of years.  , There has been no correspondence with  ths Sunshine Coast Regional Board and we  assume that legally, before any project  like this involving potentially poisonous  chemicals like Orthene can be used, a  Amnesty Int. on the Coast  Editor, The Times;  Amnesty International is coming to life  on the Sunshine Coast. An action group is  being formed by local residents who are  concerned with human rights issues. The  action group will work actively for the  release of men, women and children  imprisoned anywhere for their beliefs,  color, ethnic origin, or religion provided  they have neither used nor advocated  violence.  Amnesty International is the largest  international non-governmental  <||ganization soley concerned with human  rights. It has more than 200,000 members  in 111 countries who work on violations of  human rights in over 100 countries.  Tatfar Mwps  The Sunshine Coast Action Group plans  to engage in short term work for prisoners  of conscience through special appeals.  Members will also work on Urgent Action  Campaigns for Prisoners of Conscience;  Urgent Action Campaigns for Children;  and Campaigns for the Abolition of Torture.  If you would like to become involved in  supporting the rights of your fellow man,  Amnesty International is for you. To join  the Action Group or for more information,  please contact Susan Nichols ,885-9798.  Susan Nichols  Box 1186  Sechelt, B.C.  notice of the intention must be posted in a  public place. As far as we are aware, no  such notice has been posted.  We have been given to understand that  the chemical in the concentrations anticipated will not be lethal to fish but we  are very concerned about the effects on  the food chain and the environmental  hazards such a project may trigger. The  breakdown product of Orthene, a chemical  known as "Monitor Four," is 46 times  more toxic than Orthene itself and if it was  introduced into Sechelt Inlet via the creek  draining the lake, then any bottom feeding  life contacting this lethal chemical would  be destroyed. We understand that a Mr.  Slind is operating a salmon raising project  on Sechelt Inlet at the mouth of this creek  and has been told that he will be fully  compensated for any damage he might  sustain, so it would seem there is some  concern being shown about the effects that  might take place.  If our information is correct as regards  the Recreation Reserve, that would seem  to imply that the public will be able to use  the area for recreation. The lake will no  doubt be used as drinking water by these  people (campers, etc,) exposing them to  the possibility of being poisoned. If, on the  other hand, the area is closed to the public,  then the Recreation Reserve becomes an  anachronism.  We object strongly to any body of water  being used for experimental purposes like  this, especially with a highly toxic  chemical like Orthene about which so, little  is known, and we ask that you put an  immediate stop to the project until such  time as a full investigation has been  conducted.  Yours very truly  GIBSONS WILDLIFE CLUB  G.R.Ruggles,  President.  BY MARK TURRIS  -j Enthusiasm runs high in  this, years Minor Hockey  League, with both players and  coaches. ���  Due to a shortage of extra  ice time; practices have been  started as early as 5:45 in the  morning. This gives each  team the opportunity to be  "twice on the ice", each  weekend.  At this unheard of hour the  kids are not at all fazed,  generally wide-awake, and  raring to go. The coaches are  even making a good showing.  Three teams are made up  from each age group, the  largest being the age eight  and under pups.  Minor  Hockey * players  come in all sizes; from a 6'2",  one-hundred and eighty pound  "midget" to the four foot,  forty pound soaking wet pup.  One and all are out, to  master the game of hockey  and have a lot of fun.  The teams will be practicing for the next few weeks  before the games start. The  following is a schedule of  practices:  SAT. NOV. 3  5:45 A.M., Twin Creek and  Weldwood; 7:00 A.M.,~Fam.  Mt. and Kinsmen; 8:15 A.M.,  Super Valu and Credit Union;  1:00 P.M., Legion 109 and  Standard Oil; 2:15 P.M., Trail  Bay and T arid T; 3:30 P.M.V  Owl     and     Elphinstone  Recreation;  4:45 P.M.,  140  Legion and Mecruryland.  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Interest at current bank rates.  ADD IDEM TOGETHER & YOU HAVE THE BEST DEAL IN TOWN  NO DOWNPAYMENTJOTH APPROVED CREDIT Willi CHRYSLER CREDIT  GIVE US A TRY BEFORE YOU BUY  OR LEASE A VEHICLE FROM  THIS INTEREST  RATE IS  AVAILABLE  ON ANY AND  ALL NEW  VEHICLES.  thomrvtVoO  NEXT TO ST MARY'S. SECHELT  You Are The Winner, When You Shop Suncoast Chrysler.        885-5111  Vlymmilfi  (IIKiSlliH  limit)!'11 tub'  I SAl I* !>/!>('nvict '���������,: y.^c<.;^-'-C^^Vi_  PageA*,  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 31,1979  I  MUMaa  1. v .- .  A NEW SHIPMENT OF  PlANTSyHAVE ARRIVED!  ��� Tropical houseplants  aikta  far unusual Caetii  UNICORN  PETS 'N PLANTS  8855526. Sechelt  RARE VISITOR to the Sunshine  Coast. Photographer was told this  giant bird was a golden Eagle which  perched itself on top of tree near  Peninsula Times office.  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING  RE: SUNSHINE COAST ARENA  "Grant tojSftcheH Arena Function Referendum    -*%y.lowNb; 200,1979" ��� v  The public is invited to ottend a meeting to discuss the Grant to Sechelt  Arena Referendum which will be held on November 17,1979.  Place: Sunshine Coast Arena    ,  Time: 8:00 p.m.  ' Date: November 8, 1979,  Detaals of the referendum appear in another ad in this issue.  A.G. PRESSLEY  Secretary-Treasurer  Attend the of  Church Your Choice  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  SOCIETY  SECHELT  Services ���  Sundays 11.30 a.m.  Wednesdays 7.30 p.m.  Sunday School 11.30 a.m.  All In United Church edifice on  main highway  In Davis  Bay  Everyone Is warmly Invited to  attend.  Phone 885-3157 or 886-  7882  P.O. Box IS 14, Sechelt  UNITED CHURCH  Davis Bay ��� St. John's United  Sunday, 9.30 o.m. worship  Thursday,   2.30   p.m.   study  session  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.  Pqstor ��� The Rev.  George W. Ingllt, B. Th.,  Phone 886-2333  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  REFERENDUM. NOV, 17, 1979  CONTINUANCE OF WEEKLY GARBAGE COLLECTION QUESTION  BY-LAW NO. 201, 1979  A by-law to authorize a submission to the electors within the specified areas of the Sunshine Coast Regional District, as defined under the "Sechelt Garbage Disposal Special Area  By-law No. 10, 1967" and the "West Howe Sound Garbage Disposal Special Service Area Bylaw No, 11, 1967" on thequestlon of continuing Weekly Garbage Collection,  WHEREAS the Regional Board of the Sunshine Coast Roglonal District has been requested to  establish the need for the collection of, garbage on a weekly basis within Its garbage  disposal special service areas;  The specified areas as defined above, are shown on Schedules "A" and "��" outlined In red,  attached hereto and forming part of the bylaw.  Take notice that the above Is a synopsis of a by-law that may be Inspected at the Regional  District offices during office hours, namely Monday to Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m,,  Thursday and Friday 8:30 a.m, to 3:45 p.m., and that the synopsis Is not Intended to be and  It not deemed to be an Interpretation of the by-law,  The vote will be taken at:  Halfmoon Bay Elementary School Roberts Creek Elementary School  West Sechelt Elementary School Cedar Grove Elementary School  Davis Bay Elementary School langdalo Elementary School  on the 17th day of November, 197�� between the hours of eight (8) o'clock fn fhe forenoon  and eight (6) o'clock in the alternoon and that M.B, Phelan has been appointed Returning,  Officer for the purpose of taking and recording the vote of the electors,  Sub|ect to the exception hereinafter stated, persons entitled to vote on this question are  only those electors whose names appear on the October 1979 List of Electors as prepared  by the Regional District,  A person whose name does not appear on the last certified list of electors of the Regional  District Is entitled to vote ll; ,  a) he files with the clerk or Returning Officer an application for registration,  b) he Is the owner of real property In the area at the date he seeks registration as am  elector,   ,,,,. ,.  c) he Is otherwise qualified to have his name entered upon the list of electors,  The question to the Electors on the ballot will be as follows:  . "Are you In favour of the Regional District providing:  o) No garbage collection  b) Weekly garbage collection  ^~Q9fb041&���C9HKl)o.^^  _ _���   ...^ _____  ALSO, take notice that an advance poll will he helcf in the offices of tn"e"S'uniliTni"Coaif  TUglenal DHtflrt, Thursday, November 13,1979, between the hours ot 1 t?0Oa,��Yt< ond otOO-  p.m.  Given under my hand this 26th day of October, 1979.  A.O. PRESSUY  ______________      Secretary-Treasurer  Haffrooon Bay happenings  Busy meeting AAon.  By Ruth Forrester  885-2418  The Halfmoon Bay Hospital Auxiliary  will be having a busy meeting this coining  Monday, Nov. 5 at 8 p.m. in the Welcome  Beach Hall. There will be the election of  officers for the coming year and plans  made for the Christmas dinner for  members and spouses. This will be on the  first Monday in December. Members are  requested to bring to this meeting a small  donation for the Christmas hamper which  will be raffled as second prize in the.  Christmas draw.  First prize is a beautiful hand made  quilt. At the moment, the girls are working  frantically on this quilt to have it finished  in time. If anyone out there is willing to  give a hand with this, sewing project���  whether you are a member pf the auxiliary  or not ��� such help would be greatly appreciated. You could give Geri Smith a  call at 885-3645 or Mary Murray at 885-  2613.  SICK LIST  Janet Allen is still in St. Mary's  Hospital. Last week her daughter Mary  Fairfield, with her husband Jack, visited  from Penticton. This week another  daughter Edith Hawirko is visiting. Janet  is in all our thoughts and we hope she gets  well soon. Likewise Joan Clarkson who, at  the time of writing, is still a patient in a  hospital in Vancouver ��� hope she gets  home soon and feels much better.  AREA PIONEER HEARD FROM  Mary Shannon still keeps in touch with  one of the pioneers of the district. She is  now Edna Gladstone but was previously  Edna Brooks. Brooks Cove was named  after husband Russell who had the house  built which is now occupied by Casey  Brennans. When the Brooks lived there  they had to cut a bridle trail for four miles  so that they could shop at Halfmoon Bay.  They travelled this trail by horseback..  Edna was a great animal lover and  many a wild creature was nursed back to  health by her. She has written many articles on her wild life experiences, and  several have been published in a well  known British magazine called "The  (Countryman''. Edna and her husband  have recently moved to Aldergrove from  MerviUe, north of Courtenay. It is always  interesting to hear from people who helped  pioneer this area.  HALFMOON BAY SCHOOL  The pupils will be having a trip to the  Angus Creek salmon run this week and  there will be staff on hand to guide the  children and explain the ways of nature to  them. Then they will be off to Sechelt  Elementary 'school to have the arur$al  pictures taken. The very willing parents  who chauffeur the kids back and forth to  these various outings are always appreciated.  DINNER DANCE  GREAT SUCCESS  Some ninety people sat down for a  delightful dinner at the Welcome Beach  Hall on Sat. night. The Hallowe'en  decorations and table centres added a gala  atmosphere to the occasion. The hard  working Ladies Auxiliary to the Welcome  Beach Association convened the affair  under the leadership of Flo Hill.  The food is always superb at these  affairs in the hall and we are indeed lucky  to have such fine cooks and bakers so  willing to help. After dinner little Susan  Perry played two delightful pieces on her  accordion. It was her brother Earl's  sixteenth birthday and everyone joined in  a chorus of "Happy Birthday" to Earl.  Tables were quickly cleared and stored  away to make room for dancing, which  went on till the wee hours of the morning,  The ever popular Paul Hansen must  have gone home with raw fingers after  playing the organ for hours non stop. Paul  has a remarkable repertoire and will play  anything that is asked of him, from polkas  to Latin American. Paul was Joined by  Herb Receveuar on saxaphone and  together they made great music.  Herb and his wife Doris have recently  come to live at Eureka from Richmond  and are a great asset to the area. There  were several new residents at their first  Welcome Beach social evening and  everyone enjoyed getting to know them.  There is some good new singing talent  ln the area too. Quite a few spontaneous  solos were given by new residents as well  as by the "Old Falthfulls" and the combination made for a real night of fun. It  was good to see people from about the age  of six, up to some ln their .eighties all  getting together for Buch an evening. It  does remind us that this is Indeed a  Community Hall which is being used for  the young as well as for the older  residents.  COMING EVENTS  Sat. Nov. 3 Is whist night at the hall.  m%aamimmmmmwmamammp  T  This is progressive whist and begins at  7:30. Quite a few more players are needed  -and if you enjoy a game of whist this is the  place where it's at.  Little Reno night is scheduled for Nov.  17. This is always a very popular night, so  a good turnout is hoped for that too. Last  week's film night's support was a bit  disappointing, but it was a very stormy  night which could explain the fact that so  few turned out. The next film night which  will be towards the end of Nov. will be  travel, films "about the California area,  Mexico and the warm spots where we  would all like to be at this time of year.  Tickets will soon be on sale for the  Christmas dinners on Dec. 14 and 15. Hear  tell that there is some talk of a possible  library at Welcome Beach Hall. Sound-  like a good idea!  FOUND  Young but big, all black lab, found  hanging around the Harold Ives home on  Redrooffs Rd. near Cooper's Green.  Owner please contact Harold at 885-3997.  THERE ARE  ��SW GAS  WATER HEATERS  yaW'  cga , ***"-m  APPROVED        *** %% ;  New   home    builders   or  renovators  CALL:  ,  Canadian Propane - 885-2360  FREE  DRAW!  for  HUSQVARNA  SEWING  MACHINE  Vitaedit $71A  CREST SEWING CEN  and  THE MB SHOP  mmMmaampmamamtammm  Take a ster> in the right  direction! Take a few.  paRnapacnon,  V,  Fitness. In your heart you know it's right.  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THURSDAY, NOV. 1  INLET AVENUE, SECHELT  (under The Parthenon Restaurant)  To our future clients, we promise  * HONEST & PROFESSIONAL SERVICE  * COMPETITIVE PRICES  * 20% OFF FOR SENIOR CITIZENS  The phone        *"*  885-9714  will be installed Nov. 7  ;#-   1 fcA -\��  ����  77.       \ YY  \.      t*  iSi^*  V -* ^.w^ '  ��� ~    -'ft" .^*mL mmmYmsgF  . .      ���������*^i ^&YY$W;ii}  t**  y��tf>**  <���    \  it-**    iy  ir*  **&���  ���^>fi  fl_?K^Zk_T%W^ ��  sw***  ���^"k,��  ��* **v^**ys  k^T^^Jetrfim-am  mt&-imt--M  THAT HULKING dark formation night, Oct. 2Lwhen the couplers to the cost of the salvage operation. Local  sticking out of the water at Halfmoon tugboat broke. He said the salvage provincial emergency coordinator  Bay is merely a crane and piledriving operation would take one and a half Art McPhee said deisel oil had leaked  equipment on a scuttled barge owned days,   "weather  permitting."   The from the barge earlier in the week,  by Fraser River Piledriving Com- company sent a driver to survey the but all traces had dissipated by   ''  pany. A spokesman for the company submerged  barge   Thursday.   The Friday,  said the barge broke loose Sunday spokesman did not speculate on the ���Bill Bell photo  Pender Harbour happenings  Vimy Veteran  by Doris Edwardson 883-2308  Rod Course, Madeira Park resident for  23 years, passed away Tuesday, October  23. He was born in Norwood, London,  England in 1891 and came to Canada in  1910, lived in Calgary until the First World  War. Served in both Wars and was a Vimy  Veteran. He retired from B.C. Tel in 1956  then moved to Pender Harbour and made  his home on Francis Peninsula where he  and his wife Winnif red could look out over  the harbour and enjoy the' beautiful  scenery they both loyed. Rod belonged to  the West Point Grey R.C. Legion then  transferred to Madeira Park R.C. Legion  Br. 112.  : He is survived by his loving wife  Winnif red; two sons, William and Kenneth,  five grandchildren and one great grandson.  Service was held in St. Andrews  Church, Madeira Park with Reverend  John Paetkau officiating, Members of the  R.C. Legion Br. 112 were the paul bearers,  D. Pritchard, R. Mansfield, J. Woodward,  Duncan Cameron, John Duncan and Sonny  MacKay. Interment was at Forest View  Cemetery where many gathered to see a  friend and loved one laid to rest.  PENDER HARBOUR SECONDARY  SCHOOL  P.H.S.S. is currently undergoing an  accreditation process. Accreditation is an  evaluation of the school by the Ministry of  Education. The Consultative Committee is  assisting in the portion of the report entitled "School and Community". To this  end they are distributing a questionnaire  to the Community.  Your input is essential in order to obtain as complete a public opinion as  possible. Any interested person who has  not received a Questionnaire can obtain a  copy from the school or by contacting  Carol Reid 883-2320 or, Karen Adamson 883-  2578. Return date for questionnaire is  November 5,1979.  SMORGASBORD AT LEGION  The Ladies Auxiliary to Br. 112  Smorgasbord and Dance is on Saturday  November 3 at the Legion Hall. Happy  Hour is 6:30, Dinner at 7:30. Music by  Brian Swanson. Tickets on sale now at  Madeira Park Pharmacy or Legion. $15  per couple or $7.50 single  GOOD-BYE EVERYONE  Shirley oftije.Legion^ kljWhen wiahos to  thank all Her patrons folr enjoying Iwr  cooking while she was in the kitchen at the  Legion. She has a Job In West Vancouver  and left last Saturday. Will be seeing her  friends she met here how and then when  she returns for a visit. In the meantime the  kitchen Is still ln operation.  mwmmmmmwmmaMamamm  HEAVYWEIGHT (9LB NEWCOMER)  Yvonne and James (Weepy) Peers are.  the proud parents of a 9 pound baby boy  born Sunday, October 14 at St. Mary's  Hospital. He will be christened James  Buddy Peers.  HOSPITAL  Myrtle Myers of Madeira Park is in  Powell River Hospital for eye surgery. She  has1 had one eye operation and will be  having the other this week. Everything is  satisfactory. -   -  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION NEWS  Darts every Thursday Night at 8 p.m.  Horsecollar every Tuesday evening at 8  p.m. and the meatdraw every Saturday  afternoon, 1-4 p.m. Movies���Friday, Nov.  2 is GONE WITH THE WIND, no movie on  Saturday, no movie Hallowe'en night,  Nov. 31. Movies coming are SHOOT, SLAP  SHOT and WHICH WAY IS UP. See you at  the movies.  FIREMEN FIREWORKS DISPLAY  Hallowe'en Night the P.H.V.F. are  having their annual Fireworks Display  which will start at 7:30 p.m. in the Madeira  Park School Ground. There will be hot  dogs and hot chocolate for the children and  it would be very much appreciated if there  were a few donations for this. Come out  and support your local Fire Dept. and join  in the fun.  PENDER H^RiWUR LIBRARY  ,   Pender Harbour Library membership  - fees are reduced for Oct., Nov., and Dec.  For this time only single  memberships  are $1 and family memberships are $1.50.  fammMmMmnmmmmmmmmm  FREE  ft! llfliwV*  for  HUSQVARNA  SEWING  MACHINE  Valued at IJJQ u   *  CREST SEWING CENTfcE  THE FAB SHOP  Make  this moment  a  memoiy  A professional  AAA  8x10 colour portrait QO  Choose from our selection of eight scenic  ' ��ind colour backgrounds. You may select  additional portraits offered at reasonable  prices, with no obligation, See our new  large Decorator Portrait. Satisfaction  always, or your money cheerfully refunded.  One sitting per subject - $1 per subject for  additional subjects, groups, or individuals  In the same family. Persons under 18  must be accompanied by parent or guardian.  COMING...  Wed, Oct. 31 - 10 arn-6 pm  Thurs, Nov. 1 - 10 am-6 pm  Fri, Nov. 2-10 am-8 pm  Sat, Nov, 3 - 10 arn-5 pm  "Portrait! Back In Tlma for Chrlitmai"  WESTERN DRUG MART  Trail Day Mall  Sechelt, B.C.  Use Times' Adbriets to Sell,  Rent, Buy, Swap etc.  &______2_  Mite stag B  AVAILABLE  NOW AT  SUNNYCREST CENTRE  Gibsons 886-9543  FOR  QUALITY  FASHION  ^Odti&Aft /Zestlhtld    - TRAIL BAY CENTRE  7-ciewccuf- iVfWW*       Seche|t 885.9818  JCome  Erst  WA SPECIALS & VALUES  TABLERITE MEATS'  INSIDE ROUND STEAK     n  ^3iiAir.^'.-..;:.::^P,:  OUTSIDE ROUND STEAK  OR ROAST  ib.  TABLERITE  CROSS RIB ROAST  TRIMED ........ lb.  PORK BUTT ROAST  TABLERITE   19  lb.  WHOLE PORK LOIN    $159  SIDE BACON  oz.  oz.  VACPAK ...  ...lb.  smw   FROZEN FOOD  ORANGE JUICE in* *;..;.  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IGA Heavy Gauge  GARBAGE BAGS .oi   ime to  <JA' ^Dea/tf  PENDER HARBOUR CENTRE  Madeira Park#883-9100  IVI4Mk|i��>|  "WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES"  is effective October 31-Nov. 3  I Sechelt Auxiliary report  on its regular meeting  Margaret Humm reported to the  regular meeting of the Sechelt Hospital  Auxiliary that play was under way in all  the various bridge groups, after Charlotte  Jackson led the members in the opening  prayer at St. Hilda's Hall.  Peggy Connor reported on the recent  area meeting at the Villa Hotel in Burnaby.  : Ruth Steele reported 184 hours of  volunteer work in September. She said  more knit goods were needed for the Gift  Shop, especially for three and four year  olds.  . Have you visited our new Gift Shop in  the Hospital lobby? Pauline Lamb and her  helpers have it all set up and ready for  business.  Fran Ovens, our new member, was  welcomed by.the members. She reported  that she is in service to visit and offer  helpful advice to masectomy patients in  conjunction with the Cancer Society in this  area.  ; Lee Redman was requested to look into  the availability of the Golf Club for our  annual meeting and luncheon Wednesday,  December 5 was suggested as the date.  Doreen Jenkins is receiving donations  for the Christmas Greetings to be put in  the papers. This service is open to*  everyone, not just Auxiliary members, so,  please phone her at 885-9043 and extend  your greetings to local friends in this way.  We are sorry to learn that Eileen Smith  has had to resign as Volunteer Director for  health reasons. Mary McDonald and Betty  Laidlaw have agreed to take over this  office. Have you any up-to-date  magazines? There is always a need for  them in the various waiting areas of the  hospital. Please leave them at the Gift  Shop, the front desk or the Auxiliary Room  on the lower level tif the hospital-  Remember that our Christmas Gifts  Bazaar is to be held on Saturday,  November 24 in the Senior Citizen's Hall  from 2 to 4 p.m. The success of this project  depends on the work of all members.  Donations may be left with Margaret  Humm at Mar Lee Fashions on Cowrie  Street or.at Chris Wards office on Wharf  . St. Jams, jellies and pickles are to be left  at Margaret Burley's 1310-Boulevard in  Sechelt.  Our next meeting will be on Thursday,  November 8 at 1:30 p.m. in St. Hilda's  Hall.  Senior Citizen's Association  The winner of the Burl Table was Helen  Hain of Halfmoon Bay, of the Bedspread,  Lee Davis of Sechelt and the Afghan went  to Iris Bailey or North Burnaby while the  Fourth Prize, a fruit Cake, (which your  reporter would have preferred) will grace  the table of Judy Gill, Medusa Street,  Sechelt. The first door prize ticket number  834305 was not claimed (I wonder if that  was the one I left on the table) Second door  prize was won by Jean Harmon with ticket  834334 whilst Maurice Fox, Sechelt was the  winner of the Rhinestone Set. Those were  the results of the Draw held at our Fall Tea  and Bazaar held Oct. 27, in "Our Hall".  The crowd was so big that the Directors  were seen holding conferences trying to  decide if we needed to expand or what  arrangements needed to be made to make  for more efficiency next time we hold such  an affair. I have not seen the Treasurer yet  but rumor has it that we took in the largest  amount ever.  Our thanks must go to the great  number of Citizens of the area who turned  out in such numbers.  I am sure the Editor will not allow me  the space to describe all the goodies that  were available. The bake table was the  object of early attention and shortly after  opening began to look bare. We do have  excellent cooks here.  The novelty tables were a blaze of color  with much of the material having been  made by our own Art and Craft Committee  under Isobel Draper. Madge Bell was  there with her table of Jewellry. The white  elephant table gave a splendid opportunity  to pick games and nick-knacks.  Mrs. Yates, one of our Charter members opened the Bazaar in a Hall which  was decorated with carved Pumpkins,  Fall flowers and beribboned in Hallowe'en  colors.  I have not mentioned the work of the  Social Committee in the Kitchen or the  waitresses at the tastefully decorated tea-  tables partly because I was over-whelmed  by the splendor of the whole display. It  shows what can be accomplished with  whole-hearted co-operation.  Future events will be Carpet Bowling  every Monday and Dancing on Wednesdays. The Monthly Meeting on Nov. 15  and an Executive Meeting on Nov. 6. All  these events start at 1:30 except the  Executive Meeting which is held at 10:00  a.m.  One person who must be mentioned is  Eva Killian who not only chaired the Ways  and Means Committee but also spent  many hours in the Mall selling Raffle  Tickets. We love you Eva.  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, Lacombo, Alberta or phone 782-  6215. '  ��� siJHsHIHE MAST REGIONAL MstAlcT  REFERENDUM: NOV. 17.1979  SECHELT ARENA OPERATION FUNCTION REFERENDUM  BY-LAW NO. 200, 1979  A by-law to authorize a submission to the electors within Electoral Areas  B and C, of the Sunshine Coast Regional District on the question of  participation, with the Village of Sechelt in the function of "Grant to  Sechelt Arena".  WHEREAS the Regional Board of the Sunshine Coast Regional District has  been requested to undertake the "Grant to Sechelt Arena" as a funclon  of the Regional District for the member municipality of the Village of  Sechelt and Electoral Areas B and C;  AND WHEREAS the proposed function would provide a grant In aid for the  operation and maintenance of the Sechelt Arena;  AND WHEREAS the apportionment of the cost for the grant towards the  operation and maintenance of the said facility shall be apportioned  among the Village of Sechlet and the Electoral Areas on the basis of  assessment which may be taxed for school purposes for the current year  in the Electoral Areas and for general Municipal purposes in the  municipality;  NOW, THEREFORE, the Regionql Board of the Sunshine Coast Regional  District in and open meeting assembled enacts as follows:  1. A poll shall be taken of the electors within Electoral Areas B and C in  accordance .with the provisions of the Municipal Act to determine  whether or not the electors wish to participate In the function of "Grant  to Sechelt Arena".  Take notice that the above Is a synopsis of a by-law that may be inspected at the Regional District offices during office hours, namely  Monday to Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Thursday and Friday, 8;30  a.m. to 5:45 p.m., and that the synopsis Is not Intended to be and Is not  deemed to be an Interpretation of the by-law.  The vote will bo taken at:  a) Halfmoon Bay Elementary School  b) West Sechelt Elementary School  c) Davis Bay Elementary School  on the 17th day of November, 1979 between the hours of olght (8)  o'clock in the forenoon and eltht (8) o'clock In the afternoon and the M.B.  Phelan has boon appointed Returning Officer for the purpose of taking  and recording tho vote of the electors.  Sub|ect to the exception hereinafter stated, persons entitled to'vote on  this question are only those electors whose names appear on the October, 1979, List of Electors as prepared by the Regional DUtrict for  Electoral Areas "B" and "C".  A person whose name does not appear on the last certified list of  electors of the Regional District is entitled to vote if:  a) he files with the clerk or Returning Officer an application for  registration,  b) ha is tho owner of real property In ihe aroa at tho date he seeks  registration as an elector,  c) ho Is otherwise qualified to have his name onterod upon the list, of  electors.  Tho quostlon on the ballot shall road:  "Are you In favour of tho Sunshine Coast Regional District participating In  the functiop of grant-in-aid towards tho operation and maintenance of  tho Sechelt Arena for the member municipality Of the Village of Sechelt  and Electoral Areas B and C; and the apportionment of costs shall be on  tho assessment which may be taxed for school purposes for the current  year In the Electoral Areas and for general Municipal purposes in the  .municipality, to a maximum of $ 15,000 In any year?"  Yes   or   No  "A150," take notice that an advance poll Will bo hold in'the offices of the  Sunshine Coci!.1 Rational Pliililc.t, fhuisday, Novornbor 15, 1979 between  the hours of 11:00 a.m. and 6;00 p.m. A.G, PRESSLEY  Given under my hand this 26th day of October, 1979. Secretary-Treasurer  ;  Sechelt notes  Bazaar on Saturday  fey Peggy Connor 885-9347  Secora held Saturday, October 20th at the  Ritz Hotel in Vancouver. Ed works as  boom man at Narrows Inlet Logging  Camp and his bride comes from White  Fox, Saskatchewan.  The wedding took place in the Bridal  Suite of the hotel with Reverend Redman  presiding, followed- by the reception  downstairs. Ed's best man was Myrtle's  son and Matron of Honor was Ed's Mother.  A beautiful wedding, it was also attended by two former residents now living  in Deep Cove, Stan and Sue Tyson.  The couple will live at the camp.  The Catholic Women's League will  hold its fall bazaar on Saturday,  .November 3 starting at 2 p.m. continuing  until 4 p.m; at the Senior Citizens Hall.  Tea will be served and the opportunity;  to stock up on good home made items,',  from food to clothing and nick-knacks.  Convenor this year is Mrs. Sylvia Black-  well. '  TRIBUTE TO A FINE LADY   .  They just do not come any finer then  Mrs. Dorothy Stockwell. A lady who gave  a tremendous lift to others just by being  herself.  As Commissioner for the Girl Guides of  the area, she instituted the first Guide  Camp, held at the back of the StockwelTs  sawmill in Wilson Creek. Her involvement  with the Girl Guide movement was a  definite asset in building it up in this area.  A very musical person with an excellent voice, making her a strong leader  for sing songs with the guides, or teaching  others for the amateur shows once held in  Sechelt. The Music and Drama Festival  was encouraged by Mrs. Stockwell; later  she sang with the Sunshine Choristers asla  participant.  President of the Sechelt P.T.A.,  representative for the Canadian National  Institute for the Blind, involved with  collecting funds and encouraging people  to donate their eyes so others may see.  Dorothy was *a welcome guest entertainer at many functions but especially  for the Extended Care Unit of St. Mary's  Hospital.  Hopes were high for awhile that  Dorothy had. succeeded in beating the  disease that was tearing her down but it  was shortlived, she died on October 23.  The memorial service held at the  Baptist Bethel Church Friday, October 26  was filled to capacity with friends, neighbors and relatives who heard Reverend  Fred Napora extoll so well the virtues of  our good friend.  The family, born and raised by Herb  and Dorothy Stockwell do credit to both;  Karen, Bill and Ray will carry the  memory of their mother and the good that  was in her will show up in their generation  and generations to come.  There is no doubt that she will be  missed and missed sorely, but count the  blessing that we had the privilege of  knowing her.  RHETMER-SECORA WEDDING  Pete and Sylvia Jackson attended the  wedding of Mrs. Myrtle Rheimer to Ed  &VV HAS  ��Vg  MOVED TO TRAIL BAY MALL  and will be opening  WEDNESDAY OCTOBER, 31st  ���f  ��� New selection of Cactii  ��� Palms - Banana, Cocoanut,  Cocus. Date, Bella  ��� Philodendron - Split Leaf,  Heart, Fiddleleaf  ��� Dracena - Multicolor & Dragon  ��� Aralia, Jade, Rubber Trees,  Norfolk Pine  ALL THESE AVAILABLE IN SMALL,  MEDIUM & LARGE PLANTS  #  UNUSUAL HANGING PLANTS - Cleara-  dendron, Stella Nova, Figtonia and many  more.  885-9455  Cowrie Street,  Sechelt  NOW ITS REALIY1980!  '���A ���  Chrysler cordoba  Chrysler engineering proves  you can have personal luxury  and fuel;'efficienc:yJni^  caf. Th^-car is^ggelpdary ^  Cordoba. 'Dramatically  re-styled,", superbly re- ;  engineered for 1980.  Giteat new Chrysler, Dodge & Plymouth  care ^dDoa^tniAsMve arrived at  SUNCOAST CHRYSLER LTD.  CHRYSLER NEW YORKER  A full-size benuty, engineered to be (he most  luxurious car In Its class, Spacious, elegant,  loadt'd wltli standard features.  CHRYSLER NEWPORT  Spacious full-size car that Is remarkably allocable, and knows tbc value of fuel,  CHRYSLER LcBARON  Luxury and efllclcncy In a mid -size ear, wllh all  the prestige and performance you're alter.  Coupes, sedans, wagons,  DODQE OMNI  'IV>tal performance Willi front-wheel drive.  5-door wllh proven engineering, fuel economy,  stretching room Inside.  ^ArtrV"  ________mg___*m_wmw  ���wmmmpmnmepiMW,-  DODQE024  fotal performance In a sporty ear, proven  front wheel drive and a 1,7( engine that goes  easy on gas.  DODGE ST. REQI8  Total performance In a full sl/ccar, All new  Dodge for 1DHO combines Super Six power  wltp fuel efficiency.  DODOE ASPEN  Total pcrfomiance Inn compact. 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■»* \ >- .<•• oft IF THE SHOE DOESN'T FIT  SELL IT!  Gall JUDY - 88^-3231 . . . for an ad just your size.  Page B-2      The Peninsula Times        October 31,1979  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Phone 885-3231  Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula Times  for Westpres Publications Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  7300 Copies Distributed  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  . One Insertion $2.15  Three Insertions $4.30  Extra Lines (4 words)   60c  Display Ad-Briefs  $2.90 per column inch  Box Numbers $1.00 extra  Legal or Reader advertising 30c  per agate line. '  -Deaths, Card of Thanks, In  Memoriam, Marriage and  Engagement Notices, are $7.00  (up to 14 lines) and 60c per line  after .that. Pour words per line.  Birth Notices, Coming Events  take regular classified rates.  Ad-Briefs must be paid for in  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  to receive cash discount.  Subscription Rates:  By Mall:  Outside Local Area $15 yr.  U.S.A  $20.00 yr.  Overseas $25.00 yr.  Single Copies 20c ea.  Announcements   9$ Personal  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous  Meeting, every Thurs., 8:30  pm. Wilson Creek Community  Hall. 885-2896 or 885-3394. 4816-  tf  ^  FALL  CRAFT CLASSES  starting now at  DRIFTWOOD CRAFTS  Sunnycrest Centre  Gibsons  * Stain Glass  * Flower Making  * Beading  * Christmas Crafts  * Woodburning  Drop in and register  For information  886-2525  Stop .Smoking Course  A 5-day program starting  November 5 to Nov. 9 every  evening, 7:00-8:30 p.m. in  Chatelech Commerce Room.  $10 will be asked to cover  expenses.  Registration 885-3512, Continuing Education 9 a.m. - 4  p.m.  S.C. BRANCHES of Western  Weight Controller present  Fair Day, Thurs., Nov. 8, 11  am-2 pm, Sr. Citizens Hall,  Sechelt. Admission 50c, door  prizes. An array of raffles,  terrific Christmas gifts and  surprise table. 2523-50  CRAFTS FAIR, Nov. 24,  Roberts Creek Community  Hall 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. All interested crafts people please  call Randy at 886-9324. 2567-51  Personal  GUITAR   &   Music   Theory  lessons.   Jazz,   improv;  reading, writing, all styles.  Beg.-Adv. Budge, 885-9285.  1528-tfn  MIDDLE AGED gentleman,  ' separated, new on the  Coast, would like to hear from  educated lady, 30 to 40 years,  with sense of humor. Reply to  "Gentleman" c-o Times, Box  310, Sechelt. 2542-48  ANYONE KNOWING the  whereabouts of Louise  Cheeseman who moved  recently" from Gibsons to  Ottawa please forward address and phone nummer to  Box 310C, Sechelt. Important  message. 2581-49  NEED A DIVORCE? For free  information on fast  professional inexpensive  Lawyer-Designed services,  call Vancouver Divorce  Service, 736-2684 or call Toll.  Free 112-800-663-9156, Code  211. 2599-50  MRS JACEA. Psychic reader  in Tarot and Palms. Write  problems and full date of birth  with $10.00 to: 2633 East  Hastings St., Vancouver, B.C.  V5K1Z5. Phone 255-3246, 2606-  49  FOR INFORMATION re Al-  Anon call Marion 883-9260,  Rae 885-2464, Moira 885-3394 or  Yvonne 886-9037. 2609-tf  Births  VENESSA FIELDING would  like to announce the arrival  of her new baby brother  Ashley Robert, weighing 8 lb  25 oz. Born October 15,1979 at  St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt.  Bob and Diane are the happy  parents. Ray and Doreen Lee  and Doug and Ginny Fielding  are proud grandparents.  Thanks to everyone at the  hospital and a special thanks  toDr.Burtnick. 2582-49  For Quick Results  Use Times Adbrlef si  Obituaries  STOLKWELL, Passed away  October 23, 1979, Dorothy  Hazel Stockwell, late of  Sechelt in. her 67th year.  Survived by her loving  husband Herb, 1 daughter  Karen Cormons, 2 sons, Ray  and Jim, 8 grandchildren, 3  brothers Ray, Ted and  Stewart Meeres of Red Deer,  Alberta. 3 sisters, Millie  Eastman of Calgary, May  Gray of.Bawlf, Alberta and  Alberta Prendergast, Sylvan  Lake, Alberta. Service was  held Friday, October 26 at  Bethel Baptist Church,  Sechelt, Rev. Fred Napora.  officiated. Cremation.  Remembrance donations to  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary  or Canadian Cancer Society  appreciated. Devlin Funeral  Home Directors.  COURSE, passed away October 23, 1979. Rodney  William Course late of  Madeira Park in his 89th year.  Survived by his loving wife  Winifred, 2 sons William and  Kenneth, 5 grandchildren, 1  great grandson and 2 sisters.  Mr. Course was a veteran of  both world wars and was a  Vimy veteran: Funeral  Service was held Friday,  October 26 at St. Andrews,  Anglican Church, Madeira  Park, Pender Harbour. Rev.  J. Paetkau officiated. Internment Forest View  Cemetery. Remembrance  donations to St. Andrews  Church appreciated. Devlin  Funeral Home Directors. 2557-  4!) ;  STILLER, Ernest of Powell  River', B.C, on October 21,  1979 in Shaughnessy Hospital  aged 63 years. Survived by his  loving family, wife Evelyn;  daughters, Joyce of Powell  River, Linda Clarke of  Merritt, Margaret Davies of  Zeballos, Linda Marie Ger-  wing of Surrey; 1 sister Trudy  O'Brien of Port McNeil; 1  brother Sid of Surrey; 5  grandchildren. Funeral  service was held October 27th  in the Boal Chapel, North  Vancouver. Cremation.  Flowers gratefully declined in  favor of donations to the  Charity of your Choice.  Arrangements through First  Memorial Services Ltd. 259149  BENNETT, John James  (Jack) aged 67 of Sechelt,  B.C. (formerly of New  Westminster, B.C.) after a  lengthy illness, on October 15,  1979. Survived by his loving  wife Kay (Sechelt), son Brian  and Daughter-in-law, Bonny;  also 2 grandchildren Leah and  Sara all of Gibsons, B.C.  Devlin Funeral Home in  charge of arrangements.  Private funeral by his  request, followed by  cremation. In lieu of flowers,  donations to St. Mary's  Hospital, Sechelt, B.C. would  be greatly appreciated. 2612-49  WorK Wanted  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  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.  Callus, we're the experts. Call  986-3102 or contact PO Box  86514, North Vancouver, B.C.  1924-tfn  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES LTD. ,  Let us' care for your tree  needs: ,  -Topping  -Faffing  -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 th* Saturday before publication you get a  discount ��� 25c for ono Insertion ��� 50c for three Insertions.  MAIL US YOUR AD, OR DROP OFF IS:  In SECHELT at Th* Peninsula Times Office  Suncoast Agencies, Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons.  THE PENINSULA TIMES CLASSIFIEDS  BOX 310 SECHELT, B.C.  VQN3ACL  CLASSIFICATION*..  Help Wanted  BABYSITTER      Mbn-Fri.  Eves, in Sechelt. 885-  9560. 2444-49  For Rent  SPACE AVAILABLE, 7 Isles  Mobile Home Park, Nov. 1.  Fantastic view with beach  access. Ph. 885-3910 after 5  p.m. 2515-50  FOR RENT     *  New Office  Space for  Rent above  South Coast  Ford  885-3281  *  Real Estate  WATERFRONT lot Sunshine  Coast (Robts. Ck. area).  Browning,Rd. 100x-370. Very  private w-level entry  driveway off Browning Rd.  View from housesite 2nd to  none. Water, hydro readily  avail. $79,500. Days 278-3888,  eves. 433-7228. 1955-tf  EXCEPTIONALLY fine view  lot  in West Sechelt.  On  sewer. Ph. 885-9796.    4724-tfn  SMALL farm acreage with  trees-Deal could include  exchange of two adjoining  half-acre lots, Hornby island.  682-2126 evenings.        243949  ars and Trucks SCar and Trucks  DAMAGED 67 Chevelle  Malibu, 2DR. HT, 68-327  Vette Motor. 4 SPD. muncie,  headers, sell as is or for parts  885-2157 244749  78 DODGE % Ton Slant 6. Low  mi. $4500 Ph. 886-2934 246749  2 WATERFRONT LOTS  885-2754  3283-tf  THUNDER PAINTING  Interior & Exterior  professional work at  ' reasonable rates  Free Estimates  5 years on the coast  885-3301 & 886-7619  3861-tf  PROFESSIONAL seamstress,  specializing  in  draperies,  also knitting.'885-2754. 245349  SECRETARY - TREASURER  with previous  office  and  banking  exp.   seeks   employment at home. 886-  9332. 246549  GENERAL secretarial work.  Your office or my home. Ph.  UNA McKenzie, 885-5641. 2472-  49  HUSKY young man seeking  odd jobs or responsible  fulltime employment. Steve  886-7062. 247549  .EXPERIENCED  .   SECRETARY,     Exc.  qualifications and refs. Fulltime work preferred, Sechelt  area. 885-5757. 2579-51  HOME  REPAIRS done  by  experienced carpenter. Call    2584-51  *���������������������*  FOR RENT Wilson Creek  Community Hall and Scout  Hall. Call Reg Robinson at  885-9024  3691-tf  2,000 SQ. FT. upper floor office. Rent as is at $450 per  mo. or we will renovate to  suit. Heat & parking included.  885-3224 for appt. to view. 1503-  tfn  MAPLE CRESCENT-Apart-  ments. 1, 2 & 3 bdrm apts.  Reas. rent. Incl. heat,  cablevision, stove, fridge. 886-  '8333 or apply Apt. No 104-B.  4121-tfn  RENTING  On*  Bedroom   Apartments  * Drapes * Balconies  * Intercom        * Cablevision  * Controlled Entrance * View  * Wall to, wall carpet  * Colored Appliances  Rent from $220  "References required"  Call Doug 885-2283  3 BDRM. home with acreage  in  Pender Harbour,  $250  month.  Ref.  required,  Box  1172, Sechelt, B.C.        244849  SELMA PARK, 2 bdrm suite,  water, view, full bathroom,  2 appl., fireplace between  livingroom and dining room.  $175 mon. plus util. Ph. 274-  5017. 2524-tf  STORE FOR RENT  Modern 750 sq. ft.  CENTRE OF SECHELT  885-2045  Gerry 885-9789.  Help Wanted  COOK    REQUIRED,    experience jnecessary, wages  negotiable. Apply in person.  Lord Jim's Lodge.        2276?tf  1- BR in Sechelt Cabin. Quiet  mature, single or couple. No  Pets. 885-2771. 259449  HALL   FOR  Creek.  9286  rent.   Roberts  885-9237 or 885-  2592-tf  POSITION AVAILABLE  Child  Care Counsellor   in  community   run,   family  oriented      residential  treatment     centre     for  children. Position requires  ability In family counselling,  child care work and liaison  with' schools   and   other  community       agencies.  Related   experience   and  educational     background  required, Send resume to;  Director,  Box 770, Sechelt  B.C. VON 3A0  Applications close Nov, 6,  1979.  SECRETARY.  RECEPTIONIST for Sat.,  some fill-in work. Phone,  Typing and filing. Must be  good at dealing w people. Send  resume Box 310M  Sechelt. 258049  FRASER LAKE SAWMILLS  Ltd.' Requires Benchmen  and sawfilers to work ln a new  modern sawmill complex  located at LEJAC (approximately 3 miles east of  Fraser Lake, B.C.) This is a 2  shift operation. Successful  applicants can start work  Immediately. Replies to bo  directed to: Garry Townsend,  General, Manager, Fraser..,  Lake Sawmills Ltd.. Box 100,  Fraser Mke, B.C. VOJ  ISO. 2595-50  EARN $100 to $200 fin your  spare time. Meet Interesting  people and show quality  products. Choose your hours.  For details writo FULLER  BRUSH COMPANY, No. 205,  1899 WilllnKdon Avenue,  Burnaby, B.C. V5C 5T1 or  phono 204-1512 2590-52  GENERAL MANAGER. A  small chain of community  newspapers on tho Southern  BritlNh Columbia coast seek  an experienced Individual to  direct advertising, production, and circulation of a  highly successful operation,  The right candidate Is  basically a ton sales manager.'  Salary contingent  Wanted to Rent  RESPONSIBLE family seeks  2-3 Bdrm home, Sechelt to  Langdale, excellent  caretaking in exchange for  home fii good shape.  References if required. 884-  5307 after. 5:30 p.m.      244049  RESPONSIBLE    Family  needs large (34 Br) house  on water for winter. Pender  Area. 883-9028. ���   246149  YOUNG   MARRIED   couple  new to area needs 2-3 br  house. Gibsons-Sechelt area.  886-2049. 256349  URGENT Wanted garage.  Gibsons-Sechelt  area  886-  2777.; 2566-51  GOWER PT. area 3 br home. 2  bath: Beautiful view. 886-  7543.    . 2556-51  2 BDRM Bsmt home. Only  ' $49,000 and it has an  assumable mortgage at 11 and  seven eighths. John Wilson,  Gordon Agencies. 885-2013  eve's. 885-9365. 2565-51  ACREAGE. Approx. 7 sub-  dividable acres (R-2) 330' x  830' E. Porpoise Bay. Parklike  setting. Priced to sell. $49,500.  Ph. Bill 885-9979. 2575-51  Bus. Opportunity  COLLEGE COURSES at  home! Speedwriting,  shorthand, bookkeeping,  business math. Full time  courses also available.  Contact Duffus College, 543  Seymour Street,' Vancouver,  B.C.V6B3H6.P1..681-  7567. 241849  CHEVRON CANADA LTD  . POWELL RIVER  Two Bay Single island service  station for lease now at 4670  Marine Avenue. Annual  Volume 220,000 gals. Call Bill  Fletcher in Vancouver collect  437-6016 business hours or 922-  0894 after 4 p.m. 2589-50  EARN A second income.  ' Learn income tax  preparation at home. For free  brochure write U & R Tax  School, 1345 Pembina Highway, Winnipeg, Manitoba,  R3T 2B6. No obligation. 259849  BEEKEEPERS, 200 Hive  . Honey Business plus  Equipment for 200 more. Also  Honey pump, holding tanks,  capping melter, and 70 frame  extractor. For more information call 375-2203 Monte  Lake, B.C. 260049  TRU.CK'���'��� WRECKING  business. One acre zoned  commercials. Two bay shop  with office, storage. Former  Texaco station. Some out  buildings. Approximately  $40,000 stock. Quesnel area.  Phone 747-2951. 260449  76 MUSTANG  COBRA  Extra clean, 23,000  miles, 302 V8  automatic      $5,995.  SOUTH COAST FORD  SALES LTD.  1326 Wharf St., Sechelt  MDL5936 885-3281  4 YARD gravel box c-w hoist  and sub-frame $150. Ph. 885-  2228. 255749  75 DODGF Dart $3,600 obo.  886-2062. 2561-51  79 CHEV %  ,4x4, V8, auto, 14.000 km.  Only $8,995.  SOUTH     COAST     FORD  SALES LTD.  1326 Wharf St., Sechelt  MDL5936 885*3281  77 FIREBIRD 4 spd Formula  400.  New  radials,  TA's  mags, well looked after $7,600.  886-8121 days, 886-7403  eves. 2571-51  65 PONTIAC  Tempest.  325  Motor, 4  dr.  good  cond.  Needs battery. $200 obo. 886-  7877. 2572-51  CASH for most cars. Dead or  alive. 886-2816. 2574-TF  1964 CHEV 4 dr. auto, new 283,  $750. Ph. 885-9829.    . 2554-50  1978 % TON GMC camper or  Trailer special V-8, auto,  canopy. Ph. 883-9287.    249630  Motorcycles  80 CU. IN. Harley Davidson  Chopper $4,000.  485-9152  Powell River .   228649  Campers aTrailers  FORD 36-PASSENGER  school bus, converted motor  home, fully self-contained. 391  cu. in. engine, 4 spd with 2 spd.  axle. $15,500. Ph. 885-3631 or  883-9066 leave message. 2507-tf  17% FT. 1966 Holiday Ram-  bler. trailer,  exc.  cond.  $3500. Ph. 885-3631 or 883-9066  leave message. 2508-tf  1979 CAMPERETTE - good  condition. Ph. 885-3589 after  5 p.m. 2512-50  Boats & Engines  GARDEN  BAY  MARINE  SERVICES  LTD.  883-2722  Real Estate  BIG HOUSE-SMALL  PRICE  MADEIRA PARK  A "must see" for bargain  hunters. 3 bdrm home with  partially dev. bsmt. near  everything. Huge living rm.  master bdrm with ensuite.  Reduced to $52,500. Call  collect, 4334086 or 438-1311,  Sarah McTaggart, Block  Bros. Realty.  245649  FOR LEASE i  2000 sq, ft, Commercial Bpace on  Highway In Davis  Bay. For more Information call;  8 RAY BERNIER |  J     885-32595      *  i     (\Altten Realty Ltd.     V  I   ^���f^ekf^tf!^efl,<Mt|Ml^W^M^eHef^Bf?'*V>eM^BMBf^B/,eU^flP  ���W^^w^R#^^��^W*Kw,��i^^��W,iW^aV��^ptiWJw����^*��i  !  40  78 CHEV CAPRICE  CLASSIC  As new, less than 3,000  miles. Power: door/lock,  window, antenna,  steering, brakes. 8 track  stereo, full vinyl roof. Save  thousands over new.  Financing available. $8,895.  SOUTH COAST FORD  SALES LTD.  1326 Wharf St., Sechelt  MDL 5936        885-3281  Mobile Homes  197612 x 68 Highwood, Fridge,  stove,   carpets,   drapes,  ,   skirted  sundeck  Brook Trailer  Ph. 886-2740,  Park.  Bonnie  $14,000.  245149  HOMES  MCMM ��� rOWttlMVM  OUR NEW LINE  IS ARRIVING SOON!  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  J  1978 FORD Supercab Ranger  XLT, 4x4, .camper special,  400, 4 spd. plus 1976 11%'  Vanguard camper, self-  contained, complete unit  $16,500 or sell separate, truck  $12,500; camper $5800. Ph. 885-  3631 or 883-9066 leave  message. 2506-tf  1971    VW    VAN,    semi-  camperized,  good cond.  $1600 obo. Ph. 886-2329. 2511-50  1976 RENAULT Le Car, 4 cyl.,  4 speed, 40 mpg, radials,  sunroof, radio. 20,000 miles,  exc. cond,* $3.499.1977 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. ,      2543-50  1978 GMC 4x4 % ton, 350 auto,  low  mileage,   exc.   cond.  $8695. Ph. 885-3631 or 883-9066  leave message, 2506-tf  16'9" STARFIRE Donzi, 442  Olds engine, new casale V-  drive, 65 mph and exc. cond.  $7500. Ph. 885-3631 or 883-9066  leave message. 2504-tfn  30' DEEP-V Vic Goldrup  design, 427 cii. in. Crusader  engine, just rebuilt, 150 hours.  $22,500. Ph. 885-3631 or 883-  9066 leave message.      2509-tf  26' CUSTOM built fibreglass  sloop. Launched Nov. 75.  Reg. tonnage 4.02. B.C. built,  teak int., Taylor heater, RDF,  QM steering vane, 5 sails,  custom rig by Pacific Star.  18.5 m. Invested Sacrifice  15,000.883-2443 2559-51  24 FT CUSTOM BUILT FG  cruiser, command bridge, 9'  1" beam, oil stove, hw heat,  HYD steering, teak interior,  many extras, must be seen,  $24,000. 294-6732 (Van) or  view, Bob, Garden Bay  Marina 883-2722. 2583-51  10%   AVON   Sportboat.   250  model. Used 4 times. As  new. Rated for 25 HP mtr. 885-  9724 eyes. 259049  22' SANGSTER, $10,500. 885-  5030. 244249  Livestock  HORSESHOEING;  Call Bob  Hopkins eves. 886-9470. 3300-  tfn  For Quick Retulti  Use Times Adbrlef* I  Come and talk to us about  mobile home.  Wharf Rd, Sechelt  COAST MOBILE  HOMES LTD.  885-9979  2 BR 24 x 36, Appliances, rugs,  wood heat, outside shed, nr  water.   Asking $23,000.  885-  3947. 2560-54  GREAT VACATION or  retirement home. 12 x 68  Bondix Paramount 3 BR,  galley kitchen, oil heat, w-w  carpet, part, furn, Immac  cond. oil tank, axles arid  decking. Asking $16,500. 885-  3505 after 6. 2614-51  SPACE AVAIL - 7 Isles  Mobile Homo Park, Nov. 1.  Fantastic view with beach  access. Ph, 885-3910 after 5  pm. 2510-60  Cars and Trucks  WHY RENT if you can own. 1  year old, 3 bedroom house,  carport, patlo-dock, stove  and fridge, drapes Included.  Wush nnddryer hook-up, elec.  heat. Asking 130,000. 2nd  house on Marble Road off  Field Road in Wilson Creek.  Ph. 245-7283 collect.      2302-61  on   OX" t  . �����������r,���.".,i.-,. *  porience. Resumes - but no   BEAUTIFUL CHIIXIVVACK:  rtwmecaHatoBtibHitgh^^  Wofltpr��a Publlctttlona ^S^nccs, 5 acres,view,  Limited,   P.O.   Box   010,   privacy. 2300 sd. ft. oxocutlvo  DUNCAN, B.C, V0UY2. 2597-' *MWt   hoptod. pool,   tennis  ,.  78 F250 SUPER CAB  RANGER XLT  Super clean, dual tanks,  heavy OVW, Idool lor  camper, Financing  available, lot* than 6,000  mile*.   Trade*   welcome,  SOUTH COAST FORD  SALES LTD,  1326 Wharf St., Sechelt  ���MaMeaMMMMtfMMHWMMaHn  USED  CAR CLEAR OUT SALE  1976  VOLARE S. WAGON  6  cyl,   auto!   PS,   PB,   radio,  39,000 miles.  1975  DODGE HANG 10  360 auto, PS, PD, radio, bucket  seats, 41,000 miles,  1976  OLDS ROYALE  VB auto, PS, PB! PW, radio, 0-  trock, 34,000 miles,  1972  DODGE VAN  V8 auto    radio, 66,000 miles.  ECONOMY SPECIALS  Uie Time* Adbrlef 11  court, double carport,  workshop and more. By owner  phono 850-5009. 260549  76 GMC JIMMY, 4 whl dr.  radlals. root rack 45,000 mi.  exc, cond. $7,000,868*  7701. ^     .   2568-41  I  $875,00  196B MERCURY PARKLANE, A  dr. htp, VB auto, PS, PB, PW.  $795.00  1969 PONTIAC 4 dr. VB auto,  PS, PB, radio,  $1495,00  1974 VAUANT  4  dr.   6  cyl.  aulb,  $1100.00  1971 PLY FURY 1 Vn onto, AM,  PM, cassolto, mini condition.  1969    PlYi,SPjfH    VAUANT  $1059.00  1972 MAZDA "616" 4 cyl,  4  spd, radio.  $995.00  $495.00  $545.00  mVBUlCKSKYlARMdr.VB  auto, Ps, PB,  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  886-7919  Pay*  mam  w^m^^^f^^ml^mm^^m^^^  OptrfTfiTp'm"*'''  Hwy lOTIPdyntRd,  Olbsons  D5Q4B  rati  086-2680  Eves.  I  I > Livestock  OLD MTLK COW for sale.  Offers 885-9208. 2593-51  APRIL- 6 year old pony. Ideal  for kids, incl. saddle and  bridle. $150. Ph. 886-9111 days,  886-2343 eves. 253348  Pets  MINIATURE apricot poodles  for sale. 2 male, 1 female.  886-7378. 2348-tfn,  3 KITTENS, 1 male, 2 female.  Free 885^635. 257049  Lost  LOST Unigue gold chain with  ���whale charm, Oct. 11 at  Elphinstone, reward 885-2723  or Gibsons RCMP.       2562-51  Found  BLACK AND WHITE mature  female cat. Friendly, obviously a house pet. 886-2996  eves. 256949  For Sale  LARGE METAL bookcase  $50, Ladies skates sz.10 $20.  2 cupboard bunkbeds $90 e., 1  set bunkbeds $50.885-  9362. ,, 247649  Wednesday, October 31,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageB-3  Wanted  Quality piano on loan. Have  you a small grand piano you  would lend to the community  arts gallery in exchange for a  good warm home. Any  necessary repairs and regular  tuning. You couldn't put your  "Baby" (Grand) in more  loving hands. Pis ph Verity  Purdy, 885-95111. 258749.  HIGHER    VALUE     used  Canadian Postage Stamps.  Top prices for top quality. 885-  2551-2603-51  Wanted to Buy  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  1   BED   chesterfield-good  condition," 883-9973.    247349  PRIVATE TIMBER  WANTED  TOP PRICES PAID  "You've tried the rest  now try the best."  EGMONT CONTRACTING  LTD.  885-3631   or  883-9066   (leave  message).  2510-tf  CRAFTS PEOPLE for crafts  fair, Nov. 24 in Roberts  Creek Community Hall. Call  Randy Tame for info. 886-  9324. 2608-51  For Sale  BUY, LEASE ORRENT  -Record-a-Cal - .- ����� -<  Answering Device       j  J&C ELECTRONICS   -  Cowrie St., Sechelt  885-2568'  1828-tfn  AIRTITE HEATERS r  Combination Furnaces  Wood Ranges  Visit  MACLEODS, SECHELT  2206-43  INGLIS washer, good cond.  $175,885-5030. 244149  250 GAL. oil tank, good condition, 885-2754.        244349  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..  9804011. 4457-tl  USED 24 x 36 Mobile Home.  Presently used as real  estate office. Avail. Dec. 15,  1979. Asking $22,000 as is  where is. Call 885-9362 After 6  p.m. for details. 245249  FALL  CLEARANCE  K3 UNDERLAY  3/8" - $3.99 ��� 1/2" ��� $4.79  5/8" - $5.49 ��� 3/4" - $7.79  FENCING BOARDS  1x6 PRESTAINED $1.49 each  4x4 6'S4S Cedar Posts . .59c ft.  2x4 6'Your choice ... ,69cea.  2x6 6' Your choice ,... 69c ea.  2x12 Utility rough cedar89c ft.  5x5 Rough cedar  89cft.  1x8 Utility channel" ...$299M  1x8 Shiplap channel ..$299M  3/8 D-Grade $6.49 sht.  5/8 D-Grade $10.29 sht.  5/8 D-Grade TSG .$10.49 sht.  2x6 Econo 8' 69c ft.  2x4 Econo fir 6-16' 12c ft. or  $180 M  2x4Utilityfir $259M  Big "O" pipe J 00'lengths $45  roll  3" Pert. ABS 800 sewer  pipe 79c ft.  Presto Logs  4/$l ,00  GIBSONS  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  LTD.  Sunshine Coast Hwy.  Gibsons ���886-8141  OFFICE  EQUIPMENT  Sales,  service,  rentals,  all  types office equipment.  BEEBY OFFICE  EQUIPMENT  434-9144  Monthly service calls  227345  IF YOU ENJOY gardening,  do,it year round, using an  aluminum and glass  greehnouse! Write for free  brochure to: B.C. Greenhouse  Builders, 7323 - 6th Streets  Burnaby, B.C. V3N3L2. 2480-  52  ZERO CLEARANCE Majestic  steel fireplace, comes with  3 lengths 8" stainless steel  insulated chimney, $250. Ph.  885-2613.' 251049  AB HADDOCK  BOAT MOVING  "Fully insured  & licensed"  barfed in  PENDER HARBOUR  DAYS:  883-2722  EVES.  883-2682  PENDER HARBOUR  Highway 101  at Francis Peninsula Rd.  883-2794  WATERFRONT: A magnificent and unusual 15 acres with some  700' of waterfront In the lea of Ha mow Island. Haslam Creek  run��( through tho mlddU of thl�� fin* property and there's a  driveway in from Highway 101, A big plus on this one It a 4 acre  oyster loose. Make an offer to the $165,000 asking price (29%  down), It's a good buy al any price.  PENDER LAKES PROPERTIES; A new and prestigious subdivision  overlooking Pender Harbour, See wllh us and choose your ocean  view now ,. , It's a wise Investment,  WATERFRONT; Pender Harbour area,, . 2 od|acent 4 acre  parcels each with approx ISO' 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 $79,000,  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 aero, Both have sale moorage, power and wator. Priced  at $50,000 ond $36,000 rmpuctlvoly,  BARGAIN BAY ��� Deluxe waterfront condominiums . 2 beautiful  units, Unll 1 has approx, 1,468 sq. ft, of living area; other approx, 1,200 sq, ft. (presently rented) These two gorgeous view  units offered at $133,000 for both. Must be seen.  GARDEN OAV.WAtfcRfllONI m-.v*Amim^m*d*on)m~b*0**~4m~  beautiful level lot. 250' of beach, excellent dock, deep ond safe  moorago. F,P, $110,000,  JOHN BREEN  883-9978  MIKEROSSG  083-9978  JOCK HERMON  883-2745  BOX 100  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  883-2233  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 ��� 1260 sq ft home on  Wesjac Road. 3 BR (one unfinished),  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 34x20' swimming  pool. Large lot, level & fenced, with  large garden area. $130,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� Nice 2 BDR ham* with  fireplace, basement and large sundeck.  Close to stores. $40,000.  GULFVIEW   ROAD   ���   Madeira      fantastic view from this new home ��� 3  new appliances, fireplace. $82,500.  RONDEVIEW ROAD ��� 1250�� sq. ft. 3  bdrm home-full basement, dble. carport,  large sundeck,'built 1976. $65,000.  NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 BR home,  fireplace, sundeck, 3/4 acre lot on Hwy  101. Reduced to $33,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA 3 bdrm split level,  fireplace, sundeck & carport. Located on  Rondeview Rpad $60,000.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR view  home, thermopane windows, fireplace,  w/w, 3 bathrooms. Easy walk to stores.  PO & marinas. $67,500.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 12 x 44'  Glendale mobile home with 430 sq ft  addition. On 2/3+ acre lot. $28,500.  GARDEN BAY ROAD 1-2,33 acres with 3  BR home. Good garden area. $54,000.  V   . 7  LOTS AND ACREAGE  i  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  INVESTMENT PROPERTY ��� MADERIA PARK  'Partially developed for a proposed 20 lot subdivision - 7 lots would be on Paq Lake.  -*Main'prim6"ry roads are installed.    -  -               '���> ���  *Water mains are installed.  'Modern 3 bedroom ranch style home.  'Large shop building with concrete foundation.  'Short walking distance to shopping centre, post off ice and marinas.  FULL PRICE $187,500  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.  EGMONT ��� 7 acres with 540 ft low bank  waterfront. Site has been prepared for  possible use as a large WF trailer-  camper "park and fishing resort. This is  an excellent property adjoining the  Egmont Marina. $180,000 ��� Owner will  finance at bank interest rate.  ST. VINCENT BAY��� 400dt ft waterfront,  5.97 acres, water access. $29,500.  2. SILVER SANDS- 1.86 acres with Gulf  view and'furnished 10' x 50' Estavilla  mobile home and small cabin, $35,000.  3. SILVER SANDS - 1.64 ocros with Gulf  view and 12' x 60' furnished Bosse  Cascade mobile home, Ad|olns above  property, $40,000,  4. Near RUBY LAKE ��� 8.39 acros on  Hwy. 101. $20,000.  5. Near MADEIRA PARK ~ 15 acres,  2150;fc ft on Hwy 101. $44,000.  6. GARDEN BAY LAKE ��� 2 semi-  lakefront acreages with nice view over  lake and southerly exposure.  3.92�� acres $20,000  3.79+_acres ���,, $17,000"  7. WARNOCK ROAD lovo! lot, almost  ono aero. Good soil, holoclivoly clcoiod.  $24,000,  LAKEFRONT PROPERTIES!  8. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 2�� acres  with panoramic view of Pender Harbour.  12' x 20" cabin, concrete driveway.  $29,500.  9. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 1.8�� acres,  corner of Warnock Ond 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 lots.  $6,700 - $22,000.  i  2. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� serviced lots.  $9,000-$24,000.  3. SANDY HOOK ��� view lot on Porpoise Drive, $8,000.  4. BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� 1.5 acres,  treed, serviced, $25,000.  5. MOBILE HOME LOTS ��� 3 lots left. On  Cochrane Road, Francis Peninsula.  Water, some serviced with hydro.  $11,500-$! 3,250.  6. GARDEN BAY AREA ��� view lots, on  Garden Bay estates & Sinclair Rd,  $13,500-$21,250.*  HOrtt.        LAKC  GARDEN BAY ���500 �� ft. waterfront in  a choice location >yith.rood,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 ��� 2.27 acres with 387 ��. ft low  bank waterfront. Good driveway to  waterfront. Launching ramp, site has  been prepared-for possible use as W/F  trailer-camper park & fishing resOrt. An  excellent property. Full price $95,000.  ISLANDS  AGAMMEMNON BAY 1,800*. ft. of  waterfront on 42�� acres with road  access from Egmont Road. Older home &  year round creek. Beautiful view up  Jervls Inlet. Has been partially  developed for a 6 jot subdivision, Priced  reduced to $235,000.  EGMONT ��� 3.8 dt acres with 550 �� ft.  low bank waterfront, Float, launching  ramp. Whole property is terraced and  levelled ready for development. Drilled  well. $165,000.  WILLIAM ISLAND ��� Nice 2 1/2 �� acre  Island at entrance to Pender Harbour,  water. $125,000.  SAKINAW LAKE- 4�� acres with 165db  ft. lakefront. Road access, westerly  exposure, $35,000,  MADEIRA PARK 2.71 ocros on lagoon  Road wllh 200;); ��� ft. frontage on Hnq  (Lllllos) lako. Partially dovolopod 9 lol  subdivision, Priced lo sell at $50,000,  SAKINAW LAKE ��� 2.6�� acres with  132J; ft, of lakefront, Road access,  westerly exposure. $36,900,  ��--<������ ^V^/^* L I" >.  y ..���if'1''  AGAMMEMNON CHANNEL -��� 40��  acres with 1,600��. ft waterfront, Good  moorage in small bay with beach.  Wosterly exposure creek. $160,000.  "BIGGINS ISLAND ��� 26�� acre treed  Island with sheltered moorage. Located  In False Bay, Lasquetl Island. $185,000.   i'WY  J&*r'~  ������ws  *,  '"���"���n-,  7*  ���:?  GERALD ISLAND ��� 28 ��, aero Island  with sandy beaches. Located just off  Vancouver Island botwoon Nanoono  Harbour and Northwest Day. $105,000,  I  COMMERCIAL PROPER  3  .'V .. ..fitf~^:,yct-. /  PENDER LAKES PROPERTIES  Choke lots still available In this desirable location.  Most have view & sunny southerly exposure.  One lakefront lot still available.  I ���- r ^ Paved road, water & hydro. M.L.S.  4*'     "S-'J *$8l.l''( "^   . Priced from $10,000 to $37,500.  i ��� jf, _ ��� ._/ *<���;*.��� /  y ''   .i  W^w*J.V*/:v?Cwl/  *j�� ft  3 , ^j  MADEIRA PARK��� t,600tsq, ft. bldg,  with room for expansion. Clothing  business with oood potential. $79,000,  WBulThisTbnTp ffe;oWFWri1o*JC  ��|NCIA��t.,MV, t*0*  t. tin  it HI:  AAA/f  f*At*  1 I  ���     t  a ���  'f/Vi     YY .  "    ;> "      ,1 SOLD .  ', ��"".���  m 1a a***  r%*Am  a   0 m'a 0t\4 ,  \y  ���i  <-*  ranott   Ha*a*uz  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  T     '    '  0LLI or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233  t For Sale  "LUMBER: 2x4s -10 ft; 2x6s -  "20 ft: 3x8s.-60ft;2xl0s-45  ft. Ph. 552-3328.   ,   .    3460-tf  , SINGLE AND double wide*  , '* spaces. Some view lots. 885-  ���2671,885-9825. 2341-tfn.  ������* TWO CHILDREN'S 5 and 10  '���'���  spd. bicycles, accessories.  Used three times. Best offers.  244M9  13 CU. FT. Frostfree fridge,  Kelvinator classic on  wheels, $400. Bed-  Chesterfield, Vinyl $35.,Blk &  Wht. Port. TV, GE. $35. 886-  2584. 2468-49  PORT. UNDERWOOD  typewriter, $50. Space  propane heater w blower,  35,000 BTU $75. 883-2244-2602-  51  1969 CAT 950, grapple and'  bucket, good tires, ROPS  serviced and ready to go -  Cranbrook - $47,500.  1975.CLARK Skidders, 18.4 x  34 new tires, Cummins  engine, excellent condition -  Grande Prairie, Alberta -  $29 500  197* KOMATSU D55S standard bucket, fully enclosed  cab, 80 per cent u-c, - excellent  condition - Vancouver $34,500.  1975 KOMATSU D65S, 24"  Tree Shear, bucket, bush  guarded, low hours, new,  under carriage. Prince  George - $63,000. Phone 324-  2446 or 985-9759 2607-49  FROST FREE upright gold  freezer. 13 cu ft. $375. Ph.  885-2160. 2564-50  30"    DELUXE    McClary  Electric Range. $250 obo.  886-9275Sat. andSun.   257349  For Sale  HANNA HIGH, boots," todies 8  narrow, worn twice, black  leather, 3% inch heel. Ph. 885-  310Z,Sechelt.; * 2542-48  SNOWLANDER-LUING  cattle ��fpolled" "red"  record of 21 years trouble free  calving,: highly prolific. Steer  sired by* LUING bull wins  Grand Championship at  P.N.E. For all climates and  top quality._a beef try  Snowlander-Luing. Good  breeding stock - minimum  $1000. per head at Diamond  Ranch Edgewood, B.C. VOG  MO. 252649  STOCK UP on salmon frozen  wholepinks, $1.99 lb. min. 10  lbs. Ph. 886-7227. 2535-48  QUEEN SIZE bed w blue  (    velvet hdbd. 2 Gerbils and 1  Hamster w cages and extra  equip. 885-3864. 2578-51  GIRLS ICE skates sz. 11. $10.  Boys Ice Skates Sx 11 $12  New cond. 885-2080.      258549  1 - 54" bookcase headboard  ,$30. 1 - 4 drawer desk $30.  Both good cond. 885-2531. 2586-  51  GARAGE SALE Sun., Nov.  4th: 10 - 4:30. Green house  next to new church Madeira  Pk. Ping Pong table, washer,  dryer, dish washer, table saw,  floor polisher, reclineiv canoe,  bed chesterfield, 33 gal.  Hexagon fish tank w fish,  toaster, iron. For infor 883-  2417. -)        258849  CAST IRON fireplace grate.  Fireplace   screen.   Tote  loader   for   cartop   boat.  Grocery cart, 885-5793 aft.  5. 255549  For Sale  , STEREO, B-W TV.'single bed,;  2 doors 28V and 30", tires 78  x 15, stove pipes, 885-2486.2558-.,  49.,  .". -\/YY      .'���>-������. ���  Legal IMotices  NOTICE TO CREDITORS   .  AND OTHERS IN THE  MATTER  OF THE ESTATE OF  RAYMOND CECIL COX  DECEASED  formerly of Sechelt, B.C.  Creditors and others having  .claims against the above  estate are required to send full  particulars of such claims to  RODGER   COX,  P.O.   Box  1578, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0 on  or before November 25, 1979,  after which date the estate's  assets will be distributed  having regard only to claims  that have then been received.  RODGER COX,  Executor  261049  The undersigned is seeking  information regarding  Michael E. Hammer, believed  to be the son of Alberta Marie  King, late of Sechelt, B.C.  Anyone ' knowing the  whereabouts of Michael E.  Hammer, please, reply attention of Mrs. Heidner and  quote 610877.  PUBLIC TRUSTEE  256-800 Hornby Street,  VANCOUVER, B.C.  V6Z2E5  261149  upni  By Maurice Hemstreef;  PageB-4     the Peninsula Times ;:    October 31,1979  will come back again.  'V Still on the list of coming  square dancers is the goofers  night, where  any  square  dancer that wants to try his or  her hand at calling can see  how easy it is. The date is Jan.  18th, I think.  Hello dere; fellow square  dancers, once again we will,  get right down to the present  square dance situation so here  we go.  Last Friday evening (Oct.  26th;) with caller Harry  Robertson on stage and  almost four sets of dancers on  the floor, we had one fantastic  evening of fun on the floor of  friendly square dancing Wait!  there is much more.  This was a hard times  square dance, the first],we  have held on the Sunshine  Coast in over 16 years and  definitely the first for Hhe  Country Stars square dancers.  Well, there were games  and contests with Sid Coriroy  and his team winning .'the  "Stuff my long; Johns full of  balloons" contest (I wonder if  there was a chance that Matt  Campbells stepping on a few  of the opponents balloons  could have, helped! Well-1  won!t tell, will you?). Then  there was the square dance  where a broom was passed  from dancer to dancer and set  to set and when the music  stopped the couple that was  stuck with the broom got a  booby prize so Maureen Zueff  and I took that prize, but  whoever put glue on that  broom handle, look out, I  couldn't get rid of the thing.  . Best costumes went to  Louise Mason and Vic Walker  (come to think about it, Louise  always lo���well anyway,  shure was fun).  A big thank you to our  convenors Gladys Parish and  Bey Brandon from all The  Country Stars dancers for a  wonderful coffee time break,  a lot of work but we thank you  from the heart.  Guest square dancers, for  the evening were John and  Pattie Miller,from The Star  Promenaders, Richmond, and  1 must say they are a very  nice couple to have join one's  square dance club, for an  evening of fun-but you could  have brought a couple of more  sets with you. .  Also, on the floor werewilf  and Phyllis Ruff ell of Vancouver from Dick and Jean  Cameron's Haylofters square  dance club, which' I believe  has how been dissolved, but  they shure brought back a lot  of memories. Well we hope  you all had a great time and  "The Property  Movers"  REALTY LTD.  835-5171  <^to7N.WASHERS-DRYERS-0ISHWASHERS-  MICRO-OVENS  2:year guarantee on all parts & labor  "5-yeqr 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  HUE  OPTICAL  'Serving the Sunshine Coast  with the finest in eyewear'  ���  9-5 Mon. thm Fri.  7030 Albernl St.  ��� (next to Overwaltea)    -  Powell River B.C.  PHONE: 485-2668  ACREAGE  L-117  This 5.acres on Redrooffs Road could be just what you've been  looking for. 361 ft. frontage on Redrooffs. You like the beach?  Well, Sargeants Bay is just a stroll away. This acreage faces due  South with cablevision; regional wafer, hydro and bus service  available. F.P. $29,900, Call Deirdre 885-5171.  MIDDLEPOINT - Sunshine Coast Hwy.  L-175  Here is a 2 bedroom home just for you. 900 sq. ft. older type  home on 2.78 acres. For you fishermen, Pender Harbour is just  around the bend. If you want to have a look just call Deirdre at  885-5171 >. F.P. $39,500.  "Your Real Estate hosts on the  Sunshine Coast"  PAT MURPHY TREV GODDARD  885-9487 886-2658  885-3211  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  Post Office Box 1219, Sechelt  Doug Joyce  Bob Bull  Don Madden  885-2761  885-2503  885-9504  REALTY LTD.  Jack Anderson  Stan Anderson  Vadim Kobasew  Gordon Hall  885-2053  885-238(5  886-2355  885-9986  684-8016  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  ^  ANDERSON REALTY LTD. IS  PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE  THAT, GORDON W. HALL  HAS JOINED OUR SALES  STAFF.  Gordon Has Been A Business Man on the  Peninsula for 18 Years and very Active, in  Community Affairs. Gordon Extends a  Cordial Invitation To His Many Friends and  Clients To Visit Him At Anderson Realty. 885-  3211.  WATERFRONT PROPERTY: 1,232 sq. ft. homo  on one level. CArport and a 500 sq. ft.  sundeck. 1.02 acres of land with approximately 86' of waterfront on Sargeant's  Boy. 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.  WILSON CREEK ��� View home. Large, 1700  sq. ft. home. 3 bedrooms, family room,  formal dining room, living room with  sunken conversation area has heatllator  fireplace. 2 1/2 sets of plumbing, built-in  vacuum system. Fully fenced yard with  swimming pool. An' excellent - value at  $86,000. Call Stan .Anderson. \ i-  SECHELT ��� $3,500 down payment - Sea  View - 3 bedroom. Two full bathrooms plus  extra in full basement. View from sundeck.  Landscaped lot, close to waterfront and  marina boat launch. 12 per cent mortgage.  Call Jack 885-2053. %i  _   _ ,. m.  j��\T;  BRUSHWOOD FARM ��� The areas most  beautiful small farm. Full 5 acres of well  tended paddocks. Many large evergreen  and fruit trees. Attractive 2 bedroom  rancher with guest suite. Large, well-built 6  stall barn with auto water system. Huge  sand training arena. This property is  completely level and has unlimited subdiv.  potential. Zoned R2. FP:,, $154,000. Call  .Jack1. "**   ���**���'���->���<���*''  mm         -..  WILSON CREEK ��� BROWNING ROAD ���  $62,500. ��� Spacious 3 bedroom home  across from beach access. This 1344 sq, ft.  full basement home Is located on large  wooded lot In quiet' neighbourhood. Sundeck looks south to possible future view.  Two bathrooms plus rough-In In basement.  Electric hot water htat as back up for Fisher  stove. Call Bob to view.  YmiiM  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY $124,000  Sechelt Village. Fully rented, mostly on  lease. Shows good return on Investment.  Opportunity to invest in this growing  community. Details to bonaflde purchaser.  Doug.  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 8 on I This home  by Knight Is worth viewing. Call Bob.  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. '    *  sAis  BEAUTIFUL DAVIS BAY: 1300 sq. ft. of well  built 3 bdr. home. Large sundeck, 2  fireplaces and cement driveway. Excellent  family home with a spectocular view. FP  $64,900. See Doug.  WEST SECHELT $89,500  1,500 sq. ft. of excellent 3 bedroom family  homo situated on a dead end street.  Beautiful view of', Trail Islands. Double,  garage and basement. Immediate  possession, Must be seen If you are looking  for a prestige home.  DAVIS BAY VIEW ~ $62,000. ��� Brand new  3 bedroom with skylight, large sundeck, full  basement, fireplace and great view of Davis  Bay. Who will be the lucky one to own this  shiny new home. Call Bob to make your  offer.   7'  DAVIS BAY $44,900  Basement home with 1 large  bedroom on main floor and 2 In  basement. Could be ' a revenue  home. One block from beach. Good  sound construction, all concrete  foundation. Call Stan,  ACREAGE  WEST SECHELT ��� 3 acres In West Secholt. Potential subdivision,  treed property with some view. F.P, $45,000.r i  VIEW ACREAGE��� 3 acros, in West Sechelt. Some view of the ocean.  Nicely treed, Good access. No logable timbers, F.P. $29,900.  WEST SECHELT ACREAGE ~ Good Investment for the patient. 200 x  1000 ft. of Highway frontage. Good accost, FP $22,900.  A FINE ACREAGE: $39,250 full price ��� Sechelt Village. Just under 5  acres with an attractive view and lots of garden soil, Treed property  with a developed well and good road access. Portly cleared. Call  Stan.  WEST SECHELT: FARMLAND  Opportunltyto start a small farm or.nur.itry on 21+ acres. This land  hos rood, power, wattr ond privacy, Ont of a kind, waiting for your  plans, F,P. 980,000. To view call Bob,  WATERFRONT  IF you want a quiet waterfront retreat  IF you don't have time to build a ntw, solid house  IF your boat Is 40 feet It will fit the boathouse  IF you arrive by plant there Is a 44 foot float  IF you are content with 7 1/2 acres, mostly forest  IF you want to Invest $79,000 ��� CALL DON I  GIBSONS: Tht ultimate In waterfront ��� Immaculate 2 BR home with'  basement, Large vtsttl mooragt right In front of tht property. Your  own dock, total protection from all seas. Excellent commercial  potential, Tht lot alont Is worth tht price, $105,000. Call Bob for  appointment to vltw,  WEST SECHELT) Prime location ��� large, level waterfront property  with well looked after older home, Landscaped yard, fruit trees.  Incredible vltw of the Trail Islandsl Very rtasonably priced. CalT  Vadim,  CREEKSIDEHOME $68,500  On 6/10 acre with parklike setting,  towering tree* & 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, '  WATERFRONT ��� ROBERTS CREEK  Building lot In desirable area, Level building site, Passed perc test. ���  Excellent view. F.P. $49,900. Call Vadim.  HOMES  WILSON ROAD: BROWNING ROAD: $62,900, Spacious 3 btdroom  home across from beach access, This 1344 sq, ft. full basement  home Is located on large wooded lot In quiet neighbourhood,  Sundeck looks south to possible future view, Two bathrooms plus  rough-In basement. Electric hot water heat as back up for Fisher  stove. Call Bob to view.  LOTS  PEBBLE CRESCENT LOT: Save some tree & havt a gardtn on this  itvtl lot. Easy walking dlstanct to all shops, Prlct now only  $13,900. Call Don.  LOTS  WAKEFIELD ROAD: Large corntr lot 97'  nicely treed. F.P. $12,500. Call Vadim.  X 100", Level, serviced,  WEST SECHELT LOT: $16,900. Large crttksldt Lot on quiet cul de sac  gives privacy In parklike setting with many beautiful trees. Services  at road, Call Don.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS��� $lO.OOO, Extra large building lot In area of  ntw homts. All strvlcts Irtcludlnopavtd roods. Call Doug,  SUNSHINE HEIOHTS ��� Inlet view lot 50 x 120 x 90'. Close to marina.  Asking $13,800. Call Don.  BUSINESS BLOCK  GIBSONS LAUNDROMAT: $19,000 F.P, Steady year round trade,  This price Includes all equipment In excellent condition, 12  washers, 7 dryers, Renewable lease @ $390 per month, Ideal for  semi-retired couple. Calf Jack 685-3211, 885-2093 evenings,  EGMONT WATERFRONTAGE: Over 20 acrts with approx 1000' of  waterlront, Could be an exctlltnt Invtstmtnt, Vtndor oilers ttrms  wtth $90,000 dn, Consideration given to trades,  ROBERTS CREEK $16,000 ea.  Country lots ��� 2 to choost from, Thtst lots art 1/2 acrt or ovtr,  ...close to school,. s|ortf golf ^  REDROOFFS*: 2 side by side vltw lots, each LIB acrts with 100 ftet  road frontage. Excellent buys al full price. $23,000 each,  SANDY HOOK: Spectacular view Lot In quiet residential area, 55 n  163' toned Rll. Mobile homes permitted, Asking $10,500,  COOPER RDi Lot 60x263', treed, level. Services along paved road,  Reduced to $9,500. Call Don.  SIMIRITIRIMINT BUtlNISS OOINO CON CM N $74,100 FULL PRKI  TWO LAUNDROMAT LOCATION!. TIRMI A TRADI  dryers In ont location. 7 drytri and 14 washtrs In 2nd location. All  ���qgtprritmin topcondition.sternart eltBroritiii��^dicottitfd,  Orois revenue approx $2,100 per month. For furthtr Information  call J. Anderson 689-2093 Vane 664-6016  19,9 ACRES WATERFRONT BETWEEN POWELL RIVER and LUND. 390  feet ocean frontage, Cabin and well on property. Excellent In-  vestment, $190,000. Set Vadim,  SECLUDED WATERFRONT ACREAOE - Do you want a quiet  wottrfront rttrtat with no roads or cars? Wt havo a ftw parctli of  tvtrgrten forest, 9 to 10 acres each, Minimum of 250 Ittt of  waterfront and stream thru most tots. Located 22 miles of Sechelt by  water or air only, Fly In with Tytt Airways Ltd. from Vancouver or  Sechelt, or use your own boat, Call Don,  CLEARED, LEVEL LOT: Sechelt Vlllaae ~ 62,5 x 120'. Ready for  building, Owner will trqdt as part down paymtnt on homt. Valut  $13,800,   .   .    .,, ,....,., ,,,;..,���,,,,,, ,  GIBSONS: 116,900 full prlct ��� Small 3 room cabin on largt Sta  Vltw lot, landscaped, fruit trtes, sewtr and water. Close to boat  kwnch ond beach, ideal location for bout owner who dots not own o  W.  SELMA PARK VIEWlOTi Extra lora* 90 x179'iot, corntr location,  easy access, Excellent vltw ol Trail Island, FP $19,900,  LOSn LAKE WATERFRONT ��� 2 bedroom cottage on 100' water-  front, riurctmtnt bloc* M^o^^  nicely treed, Cottage has L,R. Kitchen Combo, 2 bedrooms, screened  In sun porch, shower. Good hunting and fishing, Firm price $39,000,  DAVIS BAY: $19,900 full price, 90' frontagt on paved dead tnd  strttt, Undtrground ttltphont�� cobltvlslon. largt vltw ��� a ont  SECHELT VILLAGE  Only available duplex lot In Village of Sechelt. Cleared and on  stwtr. Build now or hold for pottntlal service Industrial use,  $20,000. Call Bob.  <m*0$wm��m&>>vm  CHASTER ROADt $9,900. Oood, Itvtl lot 67' X 123', clost to school  and all local services, on paved road, Call Don,  -'WiDUSA'STRtfT'"'*--"-^ ~ ��� ���- ��� - ���   Large Itvtl treed lot on quiet street, close to Post Office, Leave your  car at home and walk to all shops. Full price $14,900. Call Don.  / The Garden Corner  Must be obeyed  ^ By Guy, Symonds  Because ."she who must be ���  obeyed" prefers :the yellow-  white; fruit of; the trailing,  vegetable marrow, to. the K  green of the bush variety, this  time of the year sees the vines  wandering   all   over   the  vegetable    garden    area  through the heavy growth of  fall rye, vetch and buckwheat.  Even as late as the last  week in the month of October  the bright yellow, blooms,  which will never become  marrows, are still persisting  but one small thing ��� not  many small things-persuade  this gardener not to rip the  vines out and consign them to  their-appointed resting place  in the compost heap. That is  the almost rapturous attention '-  these flowers get from the  many bumble bees that  swarm all over the plants:  whenever there is a ray of  sunshine to lure them forth.  Fascinating creatures and  this gardener has no  knowledge of their lifestyle or  even of their value except,  that, being bees, they must be  good. The amount of pollen  they get is absolutely  amazing, emerging from a  narrow bloom so thickly  covered with the yellow dust  as to make them seem almost  like a different animal.  Which is by way of leading  up to a plant called "bee  balm". According to an article on the subject recently, it  is enjoyed not only as a source  of joy to bumble bees, but also  attracts humming birds. And  who will contend that these  marvellous little beauties are  not visitors to be ardently  welcomed by everybody?  Bee balm is variously  named in gardening books as  bergamot, mountain mint,  horse mint, rose balm and  Indian's plume, and is a  member of the mint family.  It is a hardy perennial, and  from its description would  appear to have the characteristics of horse radish and  ordinary mint in that it will  take over the whole garden if  not kept under control. It has  aromatic leaves, and bears,,  we are tqld^, bunches of very  decorative red flowers. Hence  one supposes the attraction  for humming birds that love  anything bright red..  There are many varieties  of the bee balm and they all  sound very attractive to look  at, aside from being the  favorite hunting ground of  bees and humming birds.  A good feature of their  growth habit is, in this gardener's opinion, that only a  few flowers open at a time and  the display arid the banquet go  on all summer long.  In case.someone is moved  to use bee balm for a herbaceous border, the scientific  name for it, probably used by  ; the nurseryman to identify it,  is "Monarda" with some close  relatives, also an asset to a  garden, called "Monadella".  If bumble bees, then surely  honey bees would be drawn to  this flower and all agree that  honey is a valuable addition to  the family table. In this corner,  of the country where we are  not threatened by sprays and  pesticides /that are a  necessary-evil in commercial  horticulture, a couple of hives  of bees would do the garden as  well as the table a great deal  of good. And borders of bee  * balm would provide the  ."pasture".to support them.  Watching the garden  growing is, like the farmer  watching his livestock, not the  , least fascinating part of  gardening, and incidentally is  a very valuable aspect of the  whole effort.  Ih the Spring as the ground  starts to warm up the numbers of insects of all shapes  and sizes that swarm all over  it is amazing, but hereabouts  it looks as though the bumble  bees do the bulk of the  pollinating, particularly with  the larger blooms.  This year some marigold <,  plants were set out among the*.  Vegetable rows :to find if, as  advised, /they would, repelv  apbids. There, were no aphlds  around, but those marigolds-  were alive ^te bumble bees  ���a very good sight to behold. \  The .expetfmertt, of conv .  bining flowers with vegetables ,  is due for expansion next year,  particularly those cited, for  compatibility or for ability to  resist insect predators.  ... Now the earth rests and the  gardener can profitably spend  some time planning next  years' activity, particularly  laying out a ground plan on  paper to ensure a practical  rotation of crops. If there is  evidence of club root, for.  example, it would, be wise to  omit thebrassicas entirely for  a year or two. Maybe by that  time someone from a place,  like the Agassiz Research  Station will have come up with  the answer.  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  6824513  Wednesday, October31,W79 :���Th^^^^TJ^^__PageB-5  ���������������������������III  5     SUNNYCREST  ���        SHOPPING  g CENTRE  886*2277    VV AND LAND development ltd  c��y ^ R.R. 2-Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  '���"���-&��� CONVEYANCING.REAL ESTATE CONSULTING ���APPRAISALS* NOTARY PUBLIC  ���i  i  ���  [Formerly Charles English Insurance Agencies]  GENERAL INSURANCE  Residential  Mobile Homes  ��� Commercial  ���Travel & Medical  i Qm&im \  ARNE T. PETTERSEN  NOTARY PUBLIC  ��� Conveyancing * Wills  ARNE T. PETTERSEN  t EILLEEN KINNE  t CHARLES ENGLISH  SwtccKwt Agencies ltd.  S  1312 DOGWOOD; Beautiful three bedroom  home in quiet area close to schools, post  office, shops, marina, park and church.  Finished basement with fridge, stove,  .bathroom makes this an ideal revenue  investment or family ��� home. Brand new  carpets throughout, fireplace fridge and  stove upstairs. Cablevision on both floors,  drapes included. Expensive cedar' finish  I throughout. Owner must sell. Make an  offer, $51,900.  |  HOPKINS:  View   home  near  beach  and  I. Hopkins Store. Loads of room for large  i .family or lots of guests. Five bedrooms and.  j' two bathrooms. Two view sun-  I   decks. . $59,500.  j WHITAKER RD: Custom built ocean view  ��� home in the most beautiful area of the  I Sunshine Coast. One block to sandy beach,  j Davis Bay,dock, store, church, day core  I centre and school. Three bedrooms upstairs  ��� with ensuite off master. Expensive cedar  | finish in dining room and livingroom.  I Fireplace.  Completely finished  basement  with llvingroom,1 bedroom, kitchen and 4  piece bathroom. Single car garage, cement  drive and front nicely landscaped. $64,500.  SELMA PARK: NOT ON LEASE: 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.  TRICKLEBROOK DR: Large new home on  view lot. Quality built three bedroom home  in quiet residential area. This home has  large living room, fireplace, double carport,  full basement. The perfect family home.  $62,900.  HOMES  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   kitcbejn   with   fridge,   stove   and  diswasher,_Sauna with shower. Thermal  windows -Throughout and energy savings  warm air circulator make this home a must  ' to own. Phone to viOw.    ��� $95,000.  CEMETERY RD: 2 1/2 acre hobby form with  view of Georgia Strait less than one mile to  schools an<J, shopping with' lots of country  charm. Nearly 1200 square feet log home  wjth shoke 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 10x10  tack room. Many extras. $69,900.  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.  CHADWICK RD: Langdale. View! View! and  More View! Keats Island. The Gap and  Georgia Strait. Three bedrooms, full  basement home now under construction.  Large sundeck, fireplace, designed to  compliment the 90 x 130 view lot. Covered  by the Government New Home Warranty  Plan. $41,500.  GOWER POINT & STEWART RD: Duplex on  corner of Gower Point and Stewart Road.  Both sides have large kitchens and large  livingroom with fireplaces. One has one  bedroom and the other three. Extra large  view lot with brook. Village location near  boat launching, tennis, post office and  shopping. $52,500.  Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons  ���86-1212  YOUR PEN. TIME AD. DROP-OFF CENTRE IN GIBSONS  S  ���  ���  ���  1  BOX 1490  TRAIL & COWRIE ST.  SECHELT,  VON 3A0  885-2235  TOLL FREE  689-5838  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE  FINE INVESTMENT #4066  Triplets: 3 acres, 3 bldgs, 3 figure water,  frontage, 3 future income, 3 ways to buy ���  cash your arranged mortgage. or  vendor Will carry an agreement for  SALE. Full price $115,000 "Tiny Bob" Kent  885-9461.  DERBY ROAD - WEST SECHELT #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 Secholt. Partial View.  This represents solid value for your money  at $47,500. Larry Reardon 885-3924.  ���  ���  B  -to)  HWY 101 GIBSONS: Fully rented nine unit  apartment block with over $18,000.00  yearly revenue. Very neat and clean  building in prime location close to schools  and shopping. Excellent rental history.  Nearly 1/2 acre of property with paved  parking lot. This high cash flow building  produces excellent investment value.  Contact Jon McRae, 885-3670 for  details. $149,000  ROSAMUND RD: Two duplexes of approximately 1000 square feet each. Two  suites currently rented at approximately  $150 each. Potential for higher rent. Large  lots. Ideal investment priced to sell. Make  an offer. $34,900 EACH  WYNGART RD: Ideal investment, large  duplex in village, excellent condition. Good  rents, large rooms, full basements in each.  Added features for your tenants include  sundecks combined with breathtaking view,  large lot with private backyard, landscaped  with large cedars. Quiet area, quiet street.  Looking for a good investment? Vendor  may consider terms. Phone for appointment  anytime. $67,500  COMMERCIAL  REVENUE  WINN ROAD: Four-plex. Positive cash flow  with eleven thousand dollars revenue per  year. Top 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. $89,500  KAJftVIEW RD: Revenue. Duplex on a 1/2  acre lot represents the' ideal investment  property. There are 1232 square feet \x\  both of these side by side units. Features  are post and beam construction with  feature wall fireplace and sundecks. There  is appeal to separate rental markets with a  two and a three bedroom suite. Assumption  of present mortgage makes purchase very  easy and a yearly income of-over $7,000  makes this property hard to beat.    $78,500  PORT MELLON HIGHWAY & DUNHAM  ROAD: This beautiful triplex has been  completely renovated from the ground up.  An ideal investment with three large three  bedroom suites with electric fireplaces in  each. All suites are beautifully finished and  many extras including all new landscaping  make these suites very rentable at $300.00  per month. Mountain and ocean view. Highway access. $140,000  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY: HOPKINS  LANDING WATERFRONT: Excellent business  investment on the Sunshine Coast. This  grocery and sundry store is located in the  heart of Hopkins Landing, just minutes to  the Langdale ferry. Ideally situated on 90  feet of level, walk-out WATERFRONT, being  the only-commercial 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 fees from the  government wharf adjoining this property,  plus post office and on upstairs revenue  suite. This is an ideal husband-wife  situation. Always wanted to be your own  boss, then don't miss this opportunity.  TRAILER PARK ft HOME #243  Over 5 acre park with room for 30 trailers,  Located on High partial view property,  Residency consists of a large 2 bedroom  home ��� 40' Inground pool, sauna, privacy,  asking $240,000 with assumable 1st  mortgage of $118,000 at the very attractive  Interest rate of "9 1/2 per cent" low. Chuck  Dowman 885-9374 br George Longman  885-3400.  SELMA PARK LEASE LAND #262  Clean 2 bdrm cottage on leased land In  Selma Park, Excellently landscaped carports plus storage shed. Beautiful VIEW of  Trail Islands. Least presently $600.00 per  annum. Asking $15,900. Georgt Longman  885-3400.  ROBERTS CRHK-1.7 ACRES "232  Plus 3 year old double wide, featuring 3  piece ensuite, family room with bar. Utility  GOWER POINT ROAD #261  Fantastic View of ocean and mountains  from tht 3 bedroom, family home, large  living and family room, 2 fireplaces, sundeck for summtr relaxation, fully landscaped. Eva Carsky 886-7126.  with washer and dryer, built In china  cabinet. Excellent starter home, Asking  $55,000. Georgt Longman 885-3400,  SELMA PARK #264  FULL PRICE $13,500 ��� Attroctlvt 2  bedroom bungalow, panntled living room,  dining room and kitchen. Full cement  foundation. Forced air elec. heat, sundeck  very clean and liveable, on Least Land. Ed  Baker 885-2641.  IS THAT WHAT YOU NMDT 230  1/2 acrt tot, Itvtl, corner site and  almost cleared for building-only $12,000,  Ruth Moore, 885-9213.  A THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED #4108  Plus $100 per month at 10 per cent Inttrtst.  Close to shops, Horbour Access. Woter and  Hydro at roadside. 88' paved by 164 ft.  depth. Cash offers Invited, $7,250. "Tiny  Bob" Ktnt 885-9461:  ANTICIPATE NEXT YEAR # 149  Now a good buy at $10,800 who knows  what you will havt to pay next year? Near  Coopers Grttn and on paved Redrooffs, Its  99 x 166 It. depth Includes a 50th inttrtst In  yyqltrfrpntJot, X' Mort? "Tiny Bob" Ktrjt  BB5-9461. ""   '    ""    *"  LOWER ROBERTS CREIK, #234/#238  2 lots side by side, 113x93', fully treed,  regional wattr, Masktll Rd. approx, 300  yards from wattr. George, Longman BBS-  3400.  GIBSONS ACTIVI CINTRI #4011  Over 2 acres, priced less than 4 ordinary  .J��tiL.ai..onlr.,.$H$.0&  recreation facilities, of pool and winter  garden. 181 depth by more than 900 ft.  frontage. 'Tiny Bob" Ktnt 885-946.1.   .  LOTS AND ACREAGE  DONT DELAY I BUY  TODAY I #260  Located In the Redrooffs area, this excellent  levtl 1/2 ACRE, slit 80' x 283', driveway Is  In but a little overgrown, with small alder.  Con bt taslly cltared far .your rtcrtat tan  cottage or permanent residence. This  property Is Now on tht Market and Is priced  to sell quickly, asking $11,900. Jim Wood  885.2571,  IXCIUENT HIGHWAY LOCATION #200  Entrance to Madtlra Park. Zoning:  Residential, commercial, light Industrial,  mixture of R3L, Travellers cannot miss this  location. If you spot your building correctly.  190 x 199 conlom* more thon 8/10 ths.,  acrt, All cash offtrs now considered.  Termsi $39,000 with $10,000 down.  Balance over 5 years at currtnt prime bank  Inttrtst, "Tiny Bob" Ktnt 885-9461,  SUNSHINO COAST TRAILER COURT #203  3 bedroom double wide trailer In Sunshine  Coast Trailer Court, 1052 tq. ft, with 10 x  30' covtred sundeck. Prlct of $23,900  Includes washer, dryer, fridge, stove, dishwasher, built-in china eoblnet, curtains and  drapes," Can W movto^tr'fo^  Fantastic starter or retirement home,  George Longman 885-3400.  BOB'S BEST BET #4032  That you cannot find a lot cheaper having  corner location, water to lot line, hydro, fine  recreational siting. Easy seaside access.  Trails galore, hiking, fishing, swimming.  $4,950 F.P. "Tiny Bob" Kent 885-9461.  0 ACRE PARCEL #241  ���Invtit your money in nletly trttd"5*ocrf  parcel, Very close* to Ruby Lake with excellent swimming, fishing and boating. Try  $9,200 down and assume existing  agretmtnt for sale at 9 ptr ctntl Full prlct  $19,800. Eva Carsky 866-7162 or Eric  Rudland 883-9857.  ACREAGE CLOSE TO  GIBSONS #4111  , Approxtoflttly ,5 ACRES Jocpttd,.���lr\,jhf,.  Boyle Road area. Zoned R2L could bt good  for fulurt subdivision, power available, but  would require well for wattr supply,  Vendor anxious to sell, Will consider offers.  Asking $28,000. Jim Wood 885-2571,  NEXT TO LORD JIMS #224  400' low WATERFRONT, 9 acres appro k of  magnificent waterfront next to Lord Jim's,  Lodge, Water and power to tht edge of tht  proptrty. A tremendous family estate or  -holtf-for"fafartpowritiai. Th�� viEWir  breathtaking $120,000. Larry Reardon 889-  3t24,  ���i  E  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  5  ���  8  ���  ���  ���  ���  POPLAR LANE: ,70 x 130 panhandle lot on sewer. Excellent neighborhood only one block to schools and  shopping. Flat easy to build lot with private driveway,  $13,900.  CHASTER RD: 80' x 200' sloping lot with nice trtes facing  on two roads. Spring on property 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 sitts 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 Rood. 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 vltw of Porpoise Bay and only 4 1/2 milts  from Sechelt. $8,900.  TRAIL ISLANDS; Largt waterfront lot with small covt for  moorage. Beautiful view on three sldts. 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 proptrty with subdivision possibilities. $22,500.  COMMERCIAL WATERFRONT: Gibsons. With waterfront  as scarce as It Is the double use of this lot represents real  value. $33,000.  SANDY HOOK ROAD: Three Ideal building lots In  beautifully wooded and park like setting. These view lots  overlook Porpoise Bay and Sechelt Inlet, Water, hydro  and paved roads In good quality subdivision. Vendor may  ^..S9.W.,ft9C!!Srrj;*r,,U.0/, Sa'*7 f ?,;'9��..Eac*1,.  SCHOOL ROAD i Three view lots 73 x 110. On sewer,  Three blocks from schools ond shopping centre, Cleared  for building. $16,000, Each,  TUWANEK: 80 x 140 lot only one block to beach. Full view  of the Inlet, Piped community water available, $9,900.  JASPER RDi On the sunny slopes r*f West Stcbtlt this  4/10th of an acrt lot has both size and view. Nicely treed  On quiet 'no through rood' |ust off Mason Road. Lot slxt  avtragts approximately 90 x 179. $19,900.  COCHRANE ROAD^Good building lot 65 x 130. Close to  shopping and the ocean. Sewer easement of 10' on s.e.  side of the lot; $12,500.  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 and boat  ramp. $10,500.  POPLAR LANE: Beautiful flat building lot with view of  North Shore Mountains. Located on the end of a quiet cul-  ��� de-sac only one block to Sunnycrest Shopping Centre and  schools. All services Including sewer. Adjacent to grass  playing field. $16,900.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS: Beautiful view .lot. 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,  SARGENT ROAD; Large landscaped lot with garage and  fruit trees right In Ihe heart of Gibsons. Absolutely  spectacular view. May be purchased along with ad|olnlng  house and lot, $23,500,  SEAMOUNT INDUSTRIAL LOTS - HWY 101: Prime location  In the heart of Gibsons. 1 hour from Vancouver. Zero lot  lines allowed, Contact L.S. for Information on Government grants for development and expansion. Includes  sewer and 3 phase power.  SCHOOL & WYNGART: Duplex zoned lot overlooking the  bay and harbour of Gibsons Village. Close to schools and  shopping. $16,500.  LANGDALE RIDGE SUB-DIVISION: Fantastic view lots, An  area of new and varied homes. These lots offer themselves to many different building locations, En|oy privacy  and the view of Howe Sound, Priced from $14,900,  BONNIEBROOK SUBDIVISION: Extra large view lots In  quiet cul-de-sac. All services, easy cartop boat launching.  Only ont block from tht beach and Chaster Park, Priced  from $14,900,  SUNNYSIPESUBPiyiSlpN; Urge Jots, most 100' Irontage  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 orta of tlaboratt homes. Two  blocks to schools and shopping. $19,900.  ��� �������  SMITH RD; Cleared view lot close to the ferry terminal  ind octan view. Triangular shaped lot with good building  ���Itt. Prlctd reduced, $13,000,  SMITH RD: Good view lot 125x 169 approximately with a  good building site and an unobstructed ocean view.  $13,500.  MREAfiE  ���WE'RE THE NEIGHBORHOOD PROFESSIONALS FOR YOU.  _^-...������-���.���jfjo^ipir * nQffijlAW " ;"    faULM  MANAOtm ���     '������     '   ED BAKER  EVA CARSKY  BOS KENT  * *-.tfr.. riw^#r*w��j$^#'^^ >W6ta>;w(ii*wrt'W*.  !8t l*>^ftfcirS-.*sfc<=<!!#.����i^< rW.��<osWas*jrt*;-  *fc.'KSbW?&��nS(WM t.'i  OEOROE LONGMAN  LARRY MOORR  RUTH MOORE  ERIC RUDLAND  RITA PERCHESON  PETER SMITH  , LARRY REARDON  BERT WALKER  JIM WOOD  ,  REED RD: 1,6 acrts on Reed Road tasy to cltar and within  village boundaries, $23,900  GAMBIER ISLAND: B.2 WATERFRONT acres on Oambltr  Island. 270' on waterfront x 1230. Approximately 2 acres  ���' cltartd *h 6 ocrts toll timber. Secluded boy with 2 ytar  old wharf, ramp and float approximately 40 x 19. Sondy  beach, stream ond pool then property. Wottr, power, and  telephone In, Approximately 800 sq. ft, cabin ytt to be  finished. 200 degret west-south-west vltw, 279' supply  train   to  cabin.   Ideal   recreational   and   Investment.  886-7760        $85.3870  NORTH ROAD: 3,4 park tike acres. Access from side road  will secure privacy. Nicely treed. Close to the village.  $29,000.  SCHOOL RDi   1,56 acres adjacent  to  Ihe elementary  school. Could be sub-divided to lots, On sewer and all  services. $SB,900.  HWY  101; Approximately 16 acres. 2nd growth trees,  Itvtl, great for hobby form. Close to Olbsons, Oood  holding proptrty and prlctd at only $4,000 ptr acrt, See  this now, Large acreages are getting scare. $64,000,  886-2164 886-9793  Wt ROBERTS^m$/WrtRGnRYPUCTETT  885-3300       886-8040 885-2691 886-9508  ���  ���  :  B  m  m  m  m October 31,1979  Shop-Easy to make move to new premises  ���SHY WORKER stocks  shelves in new location for  Shop-Easy in Trail Bay  Centre. The expanded  store opened at the west  end of the mall Monday.  The Shop-Easy in theTrail  Bay .centre opened it doors  Monday morning for business  Sechelt  A woman who has spent  her life hunting and trapping  on the Sechelt Peninsula has.  been found negligent in her  own stock in trade-she failed  taaccount for a bear she shot.  Bergliot Solberg was found  guilty Oct. 24 in Sechelt  provincial court of possession  of two bearskins without  properly cancelled bear  licenses.  Justice J.S.P. Johnson  fined Solberg $75 for failure to  cancel a hunting license on the  date she shot a black bear,  May 31, 1979 and failure to  , purchase and subsequently  cancel a second license for a  second black bear she shot the  same day.  Solberg's defense was that  she could not. see clearly  enough in the bush without a  after moving its welcome mat  over the weekend.  The new entrance to the  expanded, grocery centre is  just down the way along the  wide sidewalk through a new  court news  magnifying glass to cancel the  first tag, and was forced to kill  the second bear when it  surprised her as she was  skinning the first. She then  forgot to cancel the first  license upon her return home  and forgot to purchase and  cancel a license for the second  bear until a week later, she  said.  But Judge Johnson told the  court: "She knew what she  doing and she broke the game  laws." He noted Solberg  travelled to Sechelt to obtain  the second license on the same  day conservation officer  Jamie Stevens investigated  the bearskins because "she  knew he was after her."  Johnson rejected Solberg's  claim that she partially tore  the correct date from the first  license to cancel it but stopped  short of completely perforating the tag.because she  could not see.  "You'd better get yourself  some glasses," he told her.  "Don't you know that  everybody over 50 has to wear  glasses?"  Johnson gave Solberg,  employed by Jackson Bros.  Logging on a temporary basis,  until Dec. 1 to pay the fine, or  non renewal of her hunting  license pending payment if  she fails to meet the deadline.  An earlier attempt to  charge Solberg with two other  bear shootings was dropped  when she maintained they  were killed last year. Hunters  are restricted to a limit of two  bears per year.  set of doors near the west end  of the Trail Bay complex.  "There will be. a little inconvenience for two weeks but  it will be a lot better for  everybody," Shop-Easy accountant Reg Thomas said  Friday.   .  "These doors will have  been closed Monday morning," he said, pointing to the  inside mall doors adjacent to  the Western Drug Mart, "and  there will be workmen in here,  finishing off the mall."  Thomas said the old Shop-  Easy premises will be turned  into mall with three smaller  stores on either sides of the  walking area.  He added that the drug  store will move in kitty-corner  to the new Shop-Easy at the  west end of the mall  November 15. "The liquor  store (with a separate outside  entrance at the rear of the  mall) will open approximately  the 15th," We'll wind up with  about 22 merchants in here,"  he said.  Mitten Realty Ltd.  Wftere Real Estate Is serious business ��� but a pleasure  THINKING OF RELOCATING?  885-3295  Van. Direct  681-7931  Box 979 Secheli, B.C. VON 3A0  Next to the Gulf Station  Don't delay. Use our Trade Plan. Call for more details.  PHONE FOR FREE CATALOG  Waterfront  Homes  Homes  SANDY HOOK $68,500  Charming waterfront home  _ with 75' of sandy beach.  Greenhouse, garden areas,  many extras. For more  details, call Rene at 885-  9362.  SANDY HOOK $27,500  Over 100 feet of waterfront  with lots of nice fir and arbutus trees. Property is over  one and one quarter acre  with over 580 feet in depth.  Try your offer on this hard to  find commodity. Contact Terry  Brackett, 885-9865.  TWO WATERFRONT LOTS  Located at Lambs 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.  PRIME WATERFRONT $32,000  Located on a private road off  the highway on 120' of level  waterfront, this two bedroom  A frame with loft is ideal for  recreation or permanent  residence. Fifteen years left  on Dominion Lease on land.  For further details, call Rene  Sutherland at 885-9362.  WATERFRONT PARK   $79,950  Lovely two bedroom quality  home located on Gower Point  Road, close to shopping, near  Pebbles Beach. Panoramic  view of North Shore  mountains, Salmon Rock and  Vancouuver Island. For an  appointment to view, call  Rene Sutherland at 885-9362.  SAKINAW LAKE        $124,900  2500' of lake frontage, two  dwelling*, two float*,  boathouse, completely  ���heltered private bay, 15  acres with subdivision  possibilities. Southern exposure and view,. Call Ray  Bernier, 885-5225.  GRANTHAMS VIEW    $39,500  What more could you want - a  beautiful view overlooking  shoal channel from a  redecorated two bedroom  home. Ideal starter or  retirement home with the  added bonus - a rentable inlaw suite on lower floor. All  details with Don Lock, 885-  3730.  SELMA PARK $14,900  Heres a very cozy two  bedroom home located close  to the village and all  amenities. Landscaped lot  has southwestern exposure  and great view. Lease land.  For more info, contact Terry  Brackett at 885-9865.  SECHELT $53,000  New large 3 bedroom home.  Open kitchen and dining  room plan, lots of cupboard  and cbunter area. Ensuite off  the master bedroom. Full  unfinished basement view of  the mountains from the front  sundeck. Call Suzanne for  more information.  SELMA PARK $44,000  Ideal starter or retirement  home on nearly one half acre  with a view. This two  bedroom home is partially  furnished and includes fridge,  stove, washer and dryer. Also  small partially furnished  guest cottage which could  bring in extra revenue. Must  be seen. Contact Terry  Brackett, 885-9865.  WEST SECHELT  Enjoy the view while relaxing  In the living room of this 2  bedroom 12 x 60' mobile  home. This home is fully  skirted. Price of $10,000. also  includes fridge and stove.  Call Terry Brackett, 885-9865.  WILSON CREEK $35,000  Semi waterfront on lease  land. The two bedroom home  Is welt 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.  REVENUE DUPLEX       $53,500  In the heart of Gibsons. One  side has two bedrooms, large  bright living and dining room,  the other side has one  bedroom. Both inlcude a  fridge and stove. Financing is  $31,500 at 11 3/4% - $326.00  per month. Monthly rental is  $425.00. Lot size 81 x 100  and a potential for re-zoning  to commercial. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton to view this investment property, 885-3971.  FAMILY HOME $49,500  See this excellent 3 bdrm  home with den and family  room located on 3/4 acre at  Kleindale, Pender Harbour  and make your offer. Owner  anxious to sell and will  consider all offers. Call Don  Lock at 885-3730 for all  details.  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.  RETIREMENT HOME  PLUS $59,000  Call Don Lock at 885-3730 for  all details on this lovely  mobile plus at 12 x 60 heated  green house, beautiful  landscaping. All this located  In Madeira Park - It may be  possible to subdivide two lots  off of the .86 acre and leave  you   all   the   improvements.  MODERN HOME WITH  VIEW $77,000  This architect designed 4  bdrm home Is the ultimate of  city living In the country. Built  with precision and care this!  home has many Interesting  features which are too great  to Include In this advertisement. Please call me,  Don Lock, at 885-3730, qnd I  will be pleased to give you all  details Including the attractive terms which the  owner will consider. This is  ono of the finer homos In the  Pender Harbour area.  Acreage  Acreage  WEST SECHELT $39,700  Cute one bedroom house,  chicken house, large truss  roof outbuilding situated on  2�� acres of good cleared  level land. Fruit trees, well.  To view, call Rene Sutherland  at 885-9362.  TYSON ROAD, WILSON  CREEK $99,500  Hobby Farm ��� Three  bedroom multi level home.  Open bright kitchen large  living room a heatilator  fireplace, parquet floors, lots  of windows all around,  separate formal dining room,  childrens bedroom has a loft  they can climb up to. Large  sundeck at the front and  covered sundeck at back.  Two bedroom guest cottage  behind the main house. 5  acres cleared fenced and  cross fenced. Orchard with  approx. 25 fruit trees. Large  organic vegetable garden.  Wilson Creek meanders  through the property and one  can watch the salmon run. A  beautiful acreage, call  Suzanne Dunkerton for  further information 885-  3971.  ROBERTS CREEK $27,900  Enjoy the privacy and  peaceful surroundings on this  nice level treed acreage in  the ALR. For more information, contact Terry  Brackett, 885-9865.  ROBERTS CREEK $89,500  5 acres of beautiful bottom  land with a southern exposure. Large organic  vegetable garden, fruit trees,  and pasture areas. PLUS, a  custom built 1700 sq ft three  storey 4 bedroom home.  Quality and craftsmanship  have, created an inspiring  living space. Leaded glass  windows - cedar finishing  inside - parquet floors. A  suana outside that will seat  10 people. An outbuilding  which could be converted into  a guest cottage. This property  must be seen if you are  looking for acreage with  comfort. ^ Call Suzanne  Dunkerton for viewing, 885V  3971.    ' "  LANGDALE $40,000  19 qcres of treed property  with a year round creek.  Vendor will look at terms -  Phone Suzanne for more  information, 885-3971.  SEAMOUNT INDUSTRIAL  PARK  Light Industrial Service  Commercial, located on Hwy  101 in the village of Gibsons,  Seamount Industrial Park  provides a mixed package of  lots and acreage sites.  Reasonably priced, fully  serviced with sewer, .347-600  volt three phase power,  water and paved roads, these  lots are selling fast. Only a  few small lots and acreage  sizes left. For more details,  call Rene Sutherland at 885-  9362.'  Lots  Lots  TUWANEK $9,000  View lot close to beach,  overlooking Lamb's. Bay.  Vendor will carry agreement  for sale. For more details, call  Reno at 885-9362.  PENDER HARBOUR    $14,000  Large view lot on Malcolm Rd,  Site already cleared for  building. Serviced with  regional water and hydro.  Trailers permlttod, Also  beach access close by. Terry  Brackett, 885-9065.  PENDER   LAKES   PROPERTIES  Excellent bldg. lots In new  subdivision close to Garden  Bay, Many with ocean views  and southern exposure.  Paved roads, water, power  and telephone. Ideal for  building or Investment.  Priced from $10,000 to  $23,500. Call Ray Bernier  885-5225 or Emilie Henderson 885-5383.  SECHELT VILLAGE      $10,500  Eleven nicely treed lots In this  well-planned subdivision,  close to arena, good gardon  soil. For more details, call  Rene at 885-9362.  WEST SECHELT  Two lots side by side located  on Norwest Bay Rd. Priced at  $12,500 and $9,500. Both  lots are serviced wfth water,  hydro and cable. Buy  separately or try an offer on  both lots. Contact Terry  Brackett, 885-9865.   ,  VIEW LOTS $16,750  Located on Wakefield Road  side by side lots are bordered  by park for privacy. Approved  buildings sites, close to  village. For further information contact Rone  Sutherland at 885-9362.  ROBERTS CREEK $17,000  Level well treed semi-  waterfront lot with easy  beach access directly across  the road. Please call Corry  Ross, 885-9250.  PENDER   HARBOUR   $24,500  Commercial lot zoned R3-L on  Lagoon Roqd, 65' frontage.  Call Ray'Bernier 885-5225 or  Emilie Henderson  885-5383.  KEATS ISLAND  Nicely treed corner lot with a  view. Hydro and water  available. 8 x 12 shod to  remain* Excellent buy at  $7,500. Cohlact Terry  Brackett, 885-9865.  WEST SECHELT $11,900  A nice lot In areo of new  homes will havt/tfYlce view  when a few AmttJame down.  Try an of|ft&��j��lTnls serviced  |6t. Contod Torry Brackett  885-9865.  VIEW LOT $10,900  On Marble Road In quiet  Wilton Creek subdivision,  owner may carry financing.  Call Ray Bernier, 885-5225 or  Emilie Htnderson, 885-5383.  HALFMOON BAY        $12,900  Good view bldg. lot on  Truman Rd. lot on Truman Rd.  Close to boat launch. More  Info, with Ray Bernier 885-  5225 or Emilie Henderson  885-5383.  ROBERTS CREEK  Nice corner lot on Beach  Avenue with over 130'  frontage, Lot, Jhas been  selectively cleiarVcJ and has  many nlce/WlW and great  level bulrcj^lvsite. Over one  half acre. Asking $19,000.  Contact Terry Jrackett. 885-  9865.  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 Hendersonr 885*5383,  or Ray Bernier, 885-5225,  RAY BERNIER  ,,��,., 885*5225  CORRY ROSS  RENE SUTHERLAND  TERRYMACKETT  885*9865  DON LOCK  888*3730  Dfiui n l  ruwfCi.1.  Klwfclf.  WEST  VANCOUVER  NORTH  VANCOUVER  EMIUB HENDERSON  ���mmmmmmmmSm  ���-������ " *    OtHBft OFPICfS -v" * ���  TO S6RVE YOU  MEM0FK Or RELOCATION SLICES CANADA" REFERRAL SYSTEM  SUZANNE DUNKERTON,  0000000000mm-mmmmmmmmmmmmW.  Thomas said Shop-Easy  will benefit from a 50 per cent  larger sales area in the new  premises. Completion date for  the entire mall is scheduled  for December 10.  TERRI HANSON  886*8295  KINGSWAY  SURREY  St  tLonoN  AGENCIES LTD.  IV  LANGLEY  Real Estate & Insurance  Box 238,1589 Marine Drive, Gibsons  886-2248  GOWER POINT ��� 1/2 acre of cleared property,  lovely home with dream kitchen, lots of cupboards,  laundry and workshop area; playroom and carport.  Completey 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 ��� Nice .two bdrm house, terrific view,  nicley landscaped;  carport,  workshop,  toolshed.  I Electric heat. Asking $47,500;  GIBSONS ��� Bay area, close to beach,, stores and  P.O. Attractive3 bdrm homeon 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 completey private; low approach to  beach, guest cottage and mdny other extras. Ask  for further details of this choice property.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 3 bdrrnhome on Lower Road;  full basement with a/o*hatoV large lot 110 x 145'  has some fruit treee/sSWeMor garden. House has  FP In living room q]jnSundeck 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 principal for a  26 lot subdivision; plans and details with listing  service. This is very good view property and has  access to marina in Porpoise Bay. F.P. $66,000.  GRANTHAMS ��� Lot on Reed Road, 48' x 168', good  Investment, potential vlow; asking $8,750,  ROSAMUND ROAD ��� Three lots cleared, roady to  build; suitable for trailer or mobile; only $10,500  each.  GIBSONS ��� Level cloared lot In Gibsons Vlllago on  sewer and water. 62' x 182'. Inquire for details,  WHARF ROAD ��� Langdale, good retirement area;  lot 65' x 193'. Try your offer.  Other lots In Village and also In rural areas.  Evenings Call:  Ron McSavaney, 885-3339;  John Black, 8867316;  ^ f  V  Wednesday, October 31,1979.  The Peninsula Times  PageB-7  Automotive Service  JAMIES6N 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  Blasting  ECONOMY AUTO PARTS LTD.  Automobile, Industrial  and Body Shop Supplies  885-5181  Sechelt  WAL-VEN AUTO BODY  BODY WORK  AND  PAINTWORK  Sunshine Coast Highway  GIBSONS 886-7133  SUPERIOR MUFFLER LTD.  BING'S EXHAUST PLUS LTD.  -^-Complete Exhausts * Shocks * Roll Bars  * Sid* Pipes * Stacks  * -Running Boards * Duel Pipe Conversion  100 V guarantee ��� Parti and labour  Next to Wal-Ven Auto Body  ,Ted's Blasting & Contracting Ltd.  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  * Basements * Driveways * Septic Tanks  Stumps * Ditch Lines  Call (or a free estimate anytime  883-2734   "Air Track Available"   883-2385  TED DONLEV      -, PENDER HARBOUR  Building Supplies  A.C. RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  I All Your Building Needs  tMadeiraPark Phone 883-2585  Contractors  RAYS TRUCKING  Gravel * Fill * Drainrock  SERVING PENDER HARBOUR  885-5260  Disposal Services  SUNSHINE COAST,  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  Port Mellon to Ole's Cove  Tel: 886-2938 or 885-9973  * Commercial Containers Available  Electricians  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  ��� Residential & Commercial Wiring  ��� Pole Line Installations  ��� Electric Heating  Ron Sim 885-2062 Rick Sim  * AUTOMOTIVE & MARINE  (in board & outboards) REPAIRS  CHCTGEX  VISA  ' Gos .'  Diesol r  ' Tow.truck service  * BCAA  &  SERVICES 885-5500  8 miles north of Sechelt, Hwy. 101  J.B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  Dump Truck - Backhoe - Cat  Water, Sewer, Drainage Installation  Land Clearing  FREE ESTIMATES  *  BRIAN'S AUTO BODY  & PAINTING LTD.  Quality Workmanship - All makes &  models  Insurance claims promptly handled  Estimates gladly given  AUTO GLASS ���BODY WORK & PAINTING  Sunshine Coast Hwy.  Sechelt 885-9*  R.W. [Bob] Rogers  Coast Insulation Company  886-9297  INSULATION - INSTALLATION  Fiberglass Batts Blown in Insulation  RESIDENTIAL (New & Existing Houses) &  Commercial  J.F.W. CONTRACTING  ' RENOVATIONS * ADDITIONS  * NEW HOMES  CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS       * DRYWALL  * SUNDECKS  "ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED"  886-8071  ROBHAGAR  Electrical Contracting  .*      RESIDENTIAL-COMMERCIAL  Eves: 886-9261    Days: 886-2756  Flooring��Cabinets  '   SUNSHINE KITCHENS  Kitchen Cabinets  Speciatitstsin Remodelling  886-9411  Showroom in Twilight Theatre, Gibsons  Flooring*Cabinets  SEAVIEW  CARPETS & CABINETS  AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD  SEAVIEW PLACE; GIBSONS  886-2417  Toll free922-2017  Glassworks  <fi    ANTHOR GLASS CO. LTD.  .885-2153 Sechelt  'VVINDOWS * STORM WINDOWS * STORM  DOORS  MIRRORS * SLIDING MIRROR WARDROBE  1      DOORS '  MIRRORED BATHROOM CABINETS * CUSTOM  WINDOWS  SLIDING PATIO DOORS * & INSTALLATION  ���   Duane Thorsteinson  KENDeVRIES&SONLTD.  FLOORCOVERINGS  CARPETS - TILES - LINOLEUMS - DRAPES  GIBSONS ft. SECHELT  885-3424  I  ROGERS CABINETS LTD.  A Custom Birch Kitchen  Av: $1900.00 -10 Days Delivery  Anywhere on Peninsula  Call 883-2676 Eves.  Heating  SECHELT METAL PRODUCTS  LTD.  GENERAL SHEET METAL  Domestic, Commercial, Industrial heating  and Air conditioning.  885-2466.  Landscaping  SECHELT ORIENTAL LANDSCAPING  Landscaping * Pruning * Shaping  Willie Takahashl  Call after six 885-9890  Landscaping  EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING  and  GARDEN MAINTENANCE  For an ever-blooming garden  fruit tree pruning  WILLIAM BORAGNOFree Estimates  (Bango) 8B5-5033j  Machine Shop  SPECIALTY MACHINE WORKS  General machine work"& welding  Custom & marine castings of brass &  aluminum  ' Forging  25 HOUR SERVICE  1    Across from 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  Pest Control  PIED PIPER COMPANY LTD.  BONDED PEST CONTROL SERVICES  call Paul M. Bulman at 434-6641  7061 Gilley Ave. Burnaby  Rentals  AC. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS ft EQUIPMENT RENTALS  Scaffolding, Rock Drills. Power Tools,  Automotive Tools, Pumps, Generators,  and Compressors  Highway 101 883-2585  at Francis Peninsula Road  Secretarial  una Mckenzie  )  General Secretaripl Work  Your Office or My Home  885-5641  Sewing  CREST SEWING CENTRE  SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS  ALL MAKES AND MODELS  FREE EST'MATES      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 & SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday, 8'30 am to 5-30 pm  Friday evening by appointment only  Towing  GA5 & DIESEL PUMPS  TOW TRUCK SERVICE  * BCAA  ALIMOON INN  & SERVICES        885-5500  V   B miles north of SocholCHwy. 101  t.i   .pi"1!  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New styling and an  amazing batch of standard equipment-from radio to console to reclining  bucket seats-and more! The list is long, the price Is short.  MONZA: (Right) For on-the-road fun, drive sporty Monza. Standard  equipment includes bucket seats, AM radio, tinted windows, body side  mouldings and more.  CAPRICE? A new standard in full-sized cars. Reshaped for less  wind resistance and weight reduced to make it sleeker than last year.  Simply elegant,  CITATION: Compact outside, big inside, comes in four models.  Front wheel drive. Has amazing qualities of ride, quiet,  and room for five. Its a whole _  new kind of compact car.  MALIBUt Upholds Chevrolet's tradition of strength and  dependability, in a mid-size car that puts the  family first. You can count on it for price,  value and solid service.  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Front wheel  drive with Olds quality of  value, luxury, and contemporary engineering,  SUN SHINE MOTORS LTD  MDL 5792  WW II All I*   *j|a  ejCivlleaLI  r  ���p  ESS  *�����  ..��-. t , ' ...:1  v   ������������-%  \ ��� ���   ���  '7 Y'  YY:  .;��.;;  A BROOKS player nicely tips the ball over the net in the final game of last weekends tournament.  defeated, by Elphinstone with scores of 15-7,15-6, and 9-15.  Junior girls take home tourney  Rrnnir*!   was  By STEVE RIPPER  Elphinstones Jumor Girls' Volleyball  Team came out on top of" last weekends  The tournament, held at Ephinstone  Secondary, was composed of the following  nine teams: Elphinstone, Vancouver  Tech., Notre Dame, Sutherland, Argyle,  West Vancouver, Oceanview, Brooks and  Hillside.  Elphinstone staunchily opposed the  competition, and won at least one out -of  ! twb games^played "against 'any*of'' fa  teams generally winning both.  When it came time for the final games,  Elphinstone was in first place with 13  points, Brooks (a Powell River team) was  close  behind  with   12  points,   and  Winter greens being prepared  Winter greens are being prepared for  play as the first signs of frost appear. Our  normal greens have been subjected to  mould and have been sprayed with  fungaslde to prevent any large amount of  damage.  Winter tournament golf will start on the  week of November 14-20. Teams are made  up of two golfers and will be played  weekly.  The ladies closed their summer season  last Tuesday with 16 brave ladies playing a  nine hole tournament. This was followed  with an enjoyable lunch and their annual  meeting.  The slate of officers elected for the  coming year are, Captain - Helen Milburn,  Vice-captain - Mary Horn, Secretary -  Olive Shaw, Treasurer - Betty Turnbull.  Jesse Pritchard, retiring ladies Captain was honoured for her many contributions to the success of last year's  activities, and was presented with her past  Captain's Pin and a lovely wooden serving  tray suitably engraved.  Audrey McKenzie has suggested a  "Beat Bessie Shaw Competition".  Recently Mrs. Shaw had five-one putt  , greens In 9 holes. All the lady trophy  winners will be listed in the club's "Divot"  for December. ' 1  Some active afternoon's and evenings  aro being held on Tuesday's and Wednesdays each week. Mens crib every  second Tuesday, November 7 -14 etc, and  mixed crib October 31, November 14,  November 28.  Fall Bridge on second and fourth  Tuesday afternoons at 2 o'clock and  evenings first and third Saturdays at 8  p.m.  I am sorry to report that our very  popular and respected greens keeper, Eric  Bauer has tendered his resignation effective the end of November, Eric has  been with the Golf Course for the past ten  years and his knowledge and skills have  been most appreciated by all. Eric intends  to take a well earned trip and on his return  will turn his talents to some different  endeavours. The Sunshine Coast and  Country Club wish to publicly thank you  for your many years of excellent service.  Popular John Knight is presently in St.  Mary's Hospital undergoing treatment for  a very painful back problem. Hurry back  John. Winter Tournament will be starting  soon.  Sutherland, with 11, was in third.  The final three games kept the spectators .on, the edge of their seats in  suspense/  -*�����-���<-**?������r��� -  Elphinstone held a lead in the first  game at 64, quickly widening the gap to 9  Elphinstone, 4 Brooks.  Once Brooks gained control of the  serve, point after point was scored, first  tieing it up at 9-9, then after losing and  regaining the serve, closing up the game  at 15-9.  Elphinstone took stock of the competition, and, realizing they were up  against some fairly stiff opposition,  tightened right up, and few little sloppy  mistakes were made.  Elphinstone took the tournament with  final scores of 15-7 and 15-6.  Coach Bob Bjornson, an Elphinstone  Industrial Arts teacher commented, "the  team is held together by it's setters,  Christine Campbell, and Sandra Lynn."  Lynn, incidentally, has an excellent  serve, which gained Elphinstone a good  number of points.  Bjornson also said that he feels that  "we've got a gutsy team, which is not  easily disheartened, even when trailing  badly."  This team has only played two matches  previous to the tournament, one against  St. Thomas Aquinas, in which they lost the  first twd, and won the last three. The  second set of games against Squamish  were easy wins. \  SUNSHINE COAST ^  LIONS CLUB  November 29. 7:30  AT THE  SECHELT LEGION HALL  IIGKOiS .       ,     ,  $5.00  MAILABLE AT:  ��� BIG-MAC'S  e UNCLE MICK'S  e SEW EASY  ���rCAMrmtT  Dept. Store  :yy~   .  By STEVE RIPPER  ���  V'Elphinstone Senior Girls Volleyball  teanrpassed the test last week, defeating  top ranked Little Flower Academy in a  hal-d-fought struggle. I  : ' L.F. A. is a formidable team, one which  has always defeated Elphinstone in the  past. It's a tall team,' with players ranging  from about five feet eight inches to six  feet, each and everyone of them taller than  the Elphinstone players. They are exr  tremely well disciplined, as their name  implies. ;  Consequently, Elphinstone was quite  keyed up for the game. "At last, some real  competition!"      /  The first game in the match of four was  the most exciting. The teams were feeling  each other out, with Elphinstone using a  strategy of quick attack.  This was effectively used to allow them  to get around Little Flowers' big blockers.  They managed to pull it off admirably,  particularity in the second and third  games. Elphinstone is quicker on the  attack than Little Flower, and has an  excellent defense,  \. ^Elphinstone w,on all four games with  scores of 15-11, 15-3, 15-8, and 15-10,  reaffirming the fact that practice makes  perfect, or at least brings them a lot closer  to perfection th^n most.  Later that same week, on Friday,  Elphinstone visited Campbell River to  compete in a two day tournament. Once  again returning victorious.  The teams 'participating in the tournament were divided into two pools, the  first one composed of Burnaby North,  (Campbell River), Parkland, and North  Island. The second composed of Burnaby  South, Albefni, Southgate and Elphinstone."        /  The first games against Southgate were  both wins, with scores of 15-12 and 15-13.  . The next set of games were against  Burnaby North, who were the best Competition thfe team faced all weekend. The  first game was a loss of 10-15, the second  loss for Elphinstone this season.  The playerswere tired from travelling,  and from the previous two weeks of play  combined with the four to five practices a  week, making up for quite a rigorous  schedule.  They, recouped their loss immediately  thereafter, with scores of 15-12 and 15-3.  These were the best games of the tournament according to coach Roger  Douglas. Elphinstone faced Burnaby  North again Monday, more on that next  week, t ___  The,following-day Elphinstone played  Alberni, with scores of 15-3, 15-7, both  relatively easy wins.  /The final match of the tournament was  between Elphinstone and the home team,  ^rya[ElDhinstone won the set with filial  comes out on top  results of 154 and 16-4..  Coach Douglas told the Times, "my  team is so cool under fire, it just comes  together under stress, really a mature  team.  This weekend the team will be playing  in the Sentinel Zone Finals.  -Douglas has a tournament tentatively  scheduled for November 9, 10 and 11, at  Elphinstone.  He hopes to have some of the provinces  better High School teams coming out,'  such as little Flower Academy, Saint*  Thomas Aquinas, New Westminster,-  Burnaby South, and Queen Elizabetb-the^  team that won the U.B.C. tournament.   \  This would certainly not be a tour-*  nament to miss.    - \  After all this, if the team is successful-  In the zone finals, there's the provincials,  held on November the twenty-second,-  third and fourth. '<  /  yY^y/^py^:^_;Yy<^ ^ ���  Section C  Wednesday, October 31,1979  Pages 1-8  EXPERIENCED WATER WELL  DRILLING  MORRIS GILBERT DRILLING  CALL POWELL RIVER COLLECT  485-5442 FREE ESTIMATES  WELLS FOR FARMS  HOMES AND COTTAGES  >*f      ^.r*CV^*'f-'JB*a   -*'-M/j*r*-M��" .a**s**S\Sl *>>-���* ,���<���  *, t ,--���',, ^' -v "i^|  TAKE A PEEK!  It's time you had your boat and motor  INTERRED and STORE*  charges?  ^DISCOUNT on  II winter labour.  ���s^i  ������**?��� <a\_P__W  Complete engine overhaul  gas and diesel,  Welding specialists.  Ways for bottom scrapes  and painting  ERCRUISER  jmmdiving?  LET US FILL YOUR TANKS  ��� Modern air station now installed.  DIVER SERVICES: Hull inspections etc.  Give us a call - Peter or Mick.  1979 Mercury Outboards - Reduced to clear  - 7.5 HP, 9.8 HP, 20 HP.  Madeira Park (Pender Harbour]   883-2248 '2  )  , av.  .   k. PageC-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 31,1979  A HILLSIDE player sets up the ball   mate,  for a smashing spike by her team-   finals  Hillside didn't make it to the  The mens hockey league appears to be  a successful venture. This fledgling league  has had two weeks of "organizational  exhibition" games.  While some of the players obviously  prefer the slam-bang style of hard hitting  hockey, the high-scoring, fast paced; non-  hitting format is agreeable with both fans  and players. ...  Games have been generally competitive, and will certainly improve once  the players have become accustomed to  one another, and have an opportunity to  practice working as a team.  The ex-juveniles have added a great  deal of speed and enthusiasm to the team  while the older players offer' a good  balance and added experience.  The league will begin with five teams of  approximately fourteen players on each  team. Should a team falter due to lack of  participation, the league will re-assume  the original four team concept.  There are definitely enough players for a  full five teams so it is hoped the league, will  survive the full season with all five teams  intact.  To date, only three of the five teams  have been sponsored. Many players of the  "old" Roberts Creek team have returned  to play for "the creek" with the Elphinstone Recreation Association sponsoring  the blue team.  A young team, made up of primarily  ex-juveniles, will be sponsored by Anderson Realty under the name "The, Anderson A's" and will be wearing white  jerseys.  The core of the old Wakefield team' has  remained together, along with some new,  young, faces from the juvenile ranks. They  will be sponsored by C^Liridsay, and for,.  this year will be the "Cozy Court Bruins"  until the new motor hotel comes into  existence. The Bruins will.be wearing the .  famous Boston Black.  Gibsons is still waiting confirmation  from its sponsor, so the name will be  simply, "Gibsons", wearing Minnesota  Green.  The fifth and final team also remains  unsponsored, and is representative of the  whole peninsula. It will begin its season in  Chicago Red uniforms. This team is  tentatively being sponsored by Crown  Zellerbach, and will be the "Crowns" until  confirmed.  The teams begin a 24 game schedule,  fighting for four play-off spots, and should  an amalgamation take place, four teams  will be battling for three play-off spots.  Games can be seen any Thursday  evening, starting at 8 p.m., Saturdays  beginning at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m., with  Sunday evening, games starting at 6:30  p.m. A silver collection would be appreciated.  IT IS NOT NECESSARY  &  <;Yf  ���YY  to leave The Peninsula  for Memorial Funeral Services  Why deal with strangers when the Peninsula friends are always  available to give immediate service 24 hours a day  -yi  if-  SeruU*$ tie Stt*4Aute @M4t  Seaview Rd., Gibsons  DAN DEVLIN, Director  ^^yC^'Y^^ '"'���'>' Y":' /  886-9551  h v ama a  & SON LTD.  HACKS N' BATS  Quality volleyball  ByUruce Robinson  FOR CHRISTMAS!  ;   Back in the days when men were men,  volleyball was seen as a tippy, tappy little  game played by asthmatic academics who  couldn't stand the rigorous pounding of  real sports. That outlook has certainly  changed, and believe me, the game is  anything but tame. If you doubt my words,  watch the televised volleyball matches at  next year's Olympics. Or, if you'd like to  see quality in your own backyard, check  Out the Elphinstone Senior Girls' Team.  :  The eight members of ihe team are  Mamie Jamieson, Lisa Bjornson, Shannon  Macey,  Debbie  MacDonald,  Shelley  Wagner, Scilla Webb, Rene Michaud and  Lynn Pauloski. Breaking them down in  firms of age, there are two grade nines,  three grade tens, one grade eleven and two  grade twelves. It is an extremely young  team and, if their record is any indication,  a very competent' one? Tfiey^aire undefeated in five matches and have lost  Only one game, that brief setback the  result of a mental lapse, according to  coach Roger Douglas.  ;   What Roger especially likes about this  team is their maturity and togetherness on  the court. They organize themselves when  things are not going well, talk over the  problem and rectify it before any major  damage occurs. An admirable quality in a  team so young.  ; The team will have plenty of opportunities to work things out, because  they will play between 120 and 150 games  during their season. That's somewhere in  the neighbourhood of thirty matches. You  should really take in one or two of these.  You will be entertained. I guarantee it.  : One of the reasons the team is so highly  skilled is the fact that most of them have  been playing since grade four. Roger says  much of the credit for the team's success  can be attributed to Bob Cotter and Ian  Jacobs, two very knowledgeable and  enthusiastic volleyball coaches, who run  the Beachcombers' Volleyball Club. The  club operates from November to May,  This Top  30 Record  Survey Is  Brought  To You  Each Week  affording kids a chance to play for the  majority of the year.  Cotter and Jacobs have spent many  hours teaching the finer points of the game  to kids from Gibsons, Roberts Creek and  Langdale, and it looks like their inspiration and perspiration are' really  beginning to have dividends.  I'd also be remiss in not mentioning ^  Bob Bjornson, another astute volleyballer,  who has coached several of the senior girls  as juniors.  Next year, the team will in all  likelihood compete in a Double 'AA*  league, that is, with bigger and more  competitive schools. As it is, the girls  already play many exhibitions with the  bigger schools, and seem to thrive with the  stiff competition.  Those who have followed the team's*  progress feel that "this yeaPs teafffwill be'  among the best in the province. Within two  years the team is expected to be just that.  The team.  professional. Whatever role he is  assuming for ABC he does his homework  and he delivers. In. interviews he elicits  information nobody else seems able to. He  is not an easy, jocular interviewer, and he  is not a gee-whiz team man who reveres  anybody wearing a uniform. He asks tough  questions and doesn't back down. In other  words, he isn't anybody's boy. That should  say something about his integrity.  Nor is Howard afraid to take a stand  and stay with it. Just ask Muhammad Ali.  Howard supported Ali in the fighter's  efforts to be classified as a conscientious  objector. This was back in the days,  remember, when to many, Ali was "that  loud-mouthed nigger, Clay, who was  afraid to go to war." What these limp-  brains failed to realize was simply that Ali  would never have been sent any further  than the nearest armed forces' gym to  serve out his military time. Ali objected to  induction on any terms because of his  religious beliefs, and numerous times on  the air, Howard discussed the hypocrisy of  prosecuting him.  Howard is different things to different  people, many of them uncomplimentary.  What should be remembererd amidst all  the mud-slinging, however, is that Howard  Cosell is damn-good at what he does. j&  You just have to say the name, Howard  Cosell, and peoples' faces twist into grisly  contortions. His is not a name one brings  up while people are eating or holding  weapons in their hands. In fact, nobody  has been in such universal disfavour since  Lyndon Johnson was reported to have  abused bis Basset Hounds. Peoples'  dislike for Cosell is unquestionably  carried to an extreme, for even normally  sedate and mild-mannered folk turn into  vein-bulging Vikings when discussing him.  Admittedly, Howard can be a royal  pain in the kazoo. His attempts to be sports  journalism's ultimate intellectual have  made him appear rather foolish at times.  He has done more to set back the English  language than Norm Crosby and Dr. Irwin  Corey put together. In addition, he Is long-  winded, overly emphatic and an insatiable  egotist.  According to the people who work with  Howard,   he  is  also   one   hell   of  a  SOUND  Sunnyuost Centre?  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HERE'S A RECIPE GIVEN TO US BY  MARIANNE RAYMENT OF THE BANK  OF MONTREAL  BANANA MUFFINS  3 ripe bananas (1   mashed)  6 t. melted shortening or oil  1/2 cup sugar  1 tsp. salt  1  egg, well beaten  1 tsp. vanilla  1 1/2 cup flour  1 tsp. b. soda  1 tsp. b. powder  1/2 cup chopped nuts  Mash bananas. Add shortening, sugar and salt - beat until well mixed. Add  egg and vanilla- beat again. Sift flour, baking soda and baking poweder  over banana mixture; stir in flour and add nuts with a few strokes of the  spatula - just to moisten. Drop spoonfuls into buttered muffins tins. Bake at  350 F for 15-20 minutes.  80  t  HALLOWEEN NIGHT 2  By Shelley Brown   r<*  Ghost and Goblins  Roaming In the night  coming out to scare  anyone In sight.  Booing here, booing there,  Boo, Boa  Witches cackle while making brew,  That tastes like stew.  Boo, boo, boo I  That's what happens on Halloween night.  &tt-&m*mZ_%jf&t_\t&*  HAVE ANY OF YOU  BEEN TO THE  9iV ATI Nli KINIi YETf  THERE'S FAMILY  SKATING FROM 2-4 p.m.  ON SUNDAYS!  WHAT CrL  FOOTBALL  TEAM ARE  YOU ROOTING  FOR??  THEUONS?  THE ESKIMOS?  HAVE  SAFE  AND  HAPPY  HALLOWEEN! October 31,1979
Scholars are skeptical that The Plates
of Domerai ever existed. What is apparently a translated version of The Plates
was uncovered in the latter part of the
nineteenth century in the cellar of a
Venezuelan art dealer, Jorge Sahchevan.
Sanchevan did no't make provision in his
will for the disposal of the writings, and
they -were donated by Sanchevan's
brother, a man of affluence, to a small
museum in Caracas where they remained
until their disappearance in 1958. Fortunately, one copy was fashioned from the
Spanish translation of 'The Plates of,
Domerai before the disappearance, and
copies have subsequently been made of
those writings.
The original Plates have never been
found nor has the translation ever been
recovered, and most historians believe the
island civilization depicted in the writings,
to be a mythical one.
Domerai rode alone, joined like a centaur,
slapping across the marshes while
the wind whipped the grasses of his
mane, and his hooves sliced channels home. Fanta was coming to the
island. She would come alone,
brought by an oarsman from Tehar.
He would not meet her at the
calm place. She must walk a while to
remember the sweetness, the musk of the
ebb marches, and the sand glazed with
salt. She must be alone in her thoughts.
Domerai would find her and follow from
the high banks. Until she rested. That
would be the time.
Domerai took cheeses for the
shepherds. They would all rest and eat,
and Domerai would tell stories of his
father, and the shepherds would laugh like
brothers through their black teeth. Then
from the mountain, Domerai would watch
for the boat. . <
But there were no sails, even through
the mid-day. Only the empty sea..
Domerai, with thoughts too full, rode
carelessly through the forest, the legs of
the spider ferns snapping like the twigs
underfoot. He reached the calm place but
its sanctity spoke of no one. So he rode to
the windward bluffs below the high banks,
his mind scattered as the gusts. Not once
did he notice the tracks of his father's
Great-Horse, mingled with his own. He
had circled the island and seen nothing,
and now he finally stopped to rest.
And that was the time.
Thehooves ofthe Great-Horse^lunged:
into the soft clay, burying it up to its
massive chest, dust spraying, as it made
its descent from the high banks, Fanta
joined to its back like a centaur.
She called out and Domerai turned and
then he knew. She had followed and
waited for him to- rest. She had
learned much. But Domerai would
learn more that day.
C. Mendez
In   a   very   small   village   called
Boomeruzzbee «
Lived oodles of Boodles as green as a tree.
They all looked alike, every Father and
Each Aunty and Uncle, each sister and
They ate the same foods and they, had the
same beds
And each had green curls at the backs of
their heads.
And all Boodles thought that each looked
so divine
And surely no others had manners so fine.
Lee hit for defence
Area B Ratepayers Association
criticized Director Charles Lee's defense
of Cooper's Green, saying he had not
checked his facts.
Area B Ratepayers appeared before
last week's Sunshine Coast Regional
District board where they praised the
efforts of Area B representative Ed
Enamel is Art!
A unique workshop experience is in
store for the residents of the Sunshine
Coast in November.
Cloisonne is an ancient enameling
process originally practised by the early
Greeks. Examples, of old cloisonne can be
seen in antique shops. Oriental patterned
boxes and vases, delicately designed, can
be.found side by side with 18th Century
rococo pieces.
The workshop takes place oa
November 10 and 11th, Saturday and
Sunday 12 to 6 p.m. in Elphinstone
Secondary School, room 114.
The fee is $32 which includes materials.
Maximum and rrunimum 15 participants.
Deadline for Registration is November
2. Please mail the fee with your name,
address and phone number to Continuing
Education, Box 6, Sechelt, B.C.
Nicholson and the actions of SCRD planner
Bill Lindsay.
"He (Lindsay) has obviously researched the subject with care and has taken
the trouble to check the accuracy of his
findings," ratepayer president Ralph
Mahar said.
"Unfortunately, we cannot say the
same about statements made by Director
of Area C (Lee) in the press and at recent
board meetings."
Lee on the other hand defended the
Cooper family and said the board was
giving comfort to those who "would
crucify this elderly widow."
"She just wants to be left alone to
operate her little" family business without
hindrance," Lee said. ,
"She could not have been treated worse
had she been deprived of her civil rights."
Both sides put'up arguments on the
Cooper's Green issue, but a solution to the
problem was not given.
, This Director Ed Nicholson pointed out
lay somewhere between what he termed
as "the two extremes" given.
The SCRD will deal with the issue again
in November.
Walk it to me!
,  wishes to announce the opening of her office
for the practice of optometry in the
Gibsons Dental Centre.
Office hours by appointment Tuesday and Friday
O"  «t     ,«-k   t_*AAf  tr*^   *«■  f_
Then into that village of Boomeruzzbee
Moved a couple of Toodles as blue as the
They built a large house on two empty lots
And built their own cupboards for saucers
and pots. ; .>
They stayed in their home just as quiet
could be.,. .
They couldn't speak very good Boodle, you
Not one single Boodle would visit or phone
So their neighbours, the Toodles were very
Each day the green Boodles would yip-
And say the blue Toodles were very stuck-
Till one day Billy Boodle fell down on his
On the sidewalk outside where the Toodle
house stands.
Dad and Mom Toodle were resting their
When they heard loud screaming and
moaning and cries.
Well, they jumped to their feet and ran
swish through the doors
And rushed to help Billy and bandage his
They asked poor Billy his name and address
And carried him home in a minute or less.
Billy's Mother and Father answered the
And his aunties and cousins and brothers
and more
Came, rustling and rampling to meet the
blue folks
They all shook their hands and had tea and
told jokes.
Now Boodles and Toodles, the ones blue
and green,
Are the greatest of friends that ever had
So no matter the colour of any ones skin
The true thing that counts is the heart
that's within.
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885-9833 ���'<    \. \-  V  Paged  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 31, Iff?  Piano Trio tuned to Coast  A piano trio will be featured at the  upcoming Countryside Concert, Sunday,  Nov. 4 at 2 p.m. in Elphinstone School.  The performers will be Paula Sokol-  Elliott, violin, Anthony Elliott, cello, and  Susan Elek, piano. The concert will  feature works by Haydn, Beethoven, and  Kodaly. a  Paula Sokol-EUiott received her  education at the University of Washington,  in Seattle, and at Indiana, where she  earned her Bachelor of Music with honors.  She studied violin with Vilem Sokol,  Joseph Gingold and Jaime Lorado; her  chamber music teachers were Gyorgy  Sebok, George Janzer and Raymond  Davis, among others., She has been the  recipient of many scholarships, including  the Sienna, Italy scholarship award in  1970, a violin performance scholarship at  Indiana U in 1973 and 1974, and the  Saunderson Award at the Coleman  Chamber Music Competition in Los  Angeles in 1974. Miss Sokol played in the  Minnesota Orchestra between 1974 and  1979 and js currently with the Vancouver  Symphony Orchestra. She also plays first  violin in the Leclair String Quartet.  Anthony Elliot, by now known to many  music lovers on the Coast from last year's  performance, was born in Rome, New  York.  While Mr. Elliot started studying cello  at the age of 16, by the age of 18 he was  already studying music at Indiana U with  Janos Starker, one of the world's leading  cellists. After graduation, Mr. Elliot  studied with Leopold Teraspulsky at  Aspen, Colorado, where he was the  principal cellist in the Aspen Chamber  Orchestra and the Colorado Philharmonic.  By the age of 21, Mr. Elliot was playing  in the Toronto Symphony, where he stayed  for three years. He later became the  associate principal cellist with the Min-  Main Event  Her ex-husband and lawyer discovers  that she has been embezzled out of her  fortune by her business manager. She's  left holding only the contract of a peace-  loving pugilist. It seems the contract had  been purchased only to provide a tax loss  because this prizefighter, who really isn't  a boxer at all, couldn't win a pout to save  his life.  Eddie "Kid Natural" Scanlon Is going  to have to start winning some matches, to  make her some money. But Scanlon and  his manager are more Interested In  running the driving school they've set up  in a building shaped like a boxing glove.  There isn't much more here, Gall  Parent and Andrew Smith's script  provides little more than a running feud  between Streisand and her fighter, Including a couple of scenes in the ring for  good measure.  nesota Orchestra, where he stayed for five  years. Mr. Elliot has for the past two years  been the principal cellist with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra.  Susan Elek studied music at the  University of Toronto and at the  University of Western Ontario where she  earned her BA with a music major. She  studied piano with the noted Robert  Silverman for two years, and is currently  a student of the Polish born pianist Pavel  Checinsky, a professor at UBC, and a  former student of Claudio Arrau. Miss  Elek has attended master classes in Er-  nen, Switzerland, in 1975 and 1979 with the  distinguished Gyorgy Sebok and was  Countryside Concerts is pleased to.  announce its receipt of financial support  from the B.C. Cultural Fund. The ARTS  subsidy will insure us against loss up to a  designated sum. We were honored to have  Jack Anderson, representative of that  body, with us for our last concert, Oct. 21.  ANTHONY ELLIOTT returns to the  Coast this Sunday November 4 at  Elphinstone Senior  story this page..  Secondary.  Found: a golden kilt pin was found at  the concert Oct. 21.  Please phone the Arts Centre to claim,  885-5412.  ARTIFACTS  A JURIED SHOW  NOV. 6-NOV. 23  PIANO TRIO  PAULA SOKOL, Violin  ANTHONY ELLIOT, Cello  SUSAN ELEK, Piano  Elphinstone Secondary  Cafeteria  Sunday, Nov. 4 - 2 p.m.  Book Look  By MURRIE REDMAN  Poetry and Prose  O TIME IN YOUR FLIGHT by Hubert  Evans, Harbour cl979,235 pages, $7.95.  INTO THIN AIR by Paul Begg, McGraw-  Hill Ryerson (David & Charles), c 1979,184  pages, $19.50. ��� .>.<!'. ���  MAGOOK 8, tfcmafla's Magazine-Book for  Children, $1.95.  Hubert Evans book, 0 TIME IN YOUR  FLIGHT, is like a view of another time as  seen through a softly colored stained glass  window. Author of the well known classic,  MIST' ON THE RIVER, Evans again  draws from his own life experiences to  charm readers with tales of a boyhood  very different from the ones today.  It was a time when curses ran to "for  two pins I'd .���.. .'��� and four letter words  were six letter words like "rotten". It was  the era of the woodshed treatment for  naughty boys and the time when mothers  wore aprons. It was a time when pocket  watches were set by train whistles, and  people cared about each other.  Evans book is graced with fine pen  drawings by Robert Jacki The  Illustrations are just that ��� they show  what a charcoal iron looked like and how a  phaeton was a vehicle. The book is a work  of art in Canada memorabilia, beautifully  and gently written in images of Victorian  color. It takes time to read 0 TIME IN  YOUR FLIGHT and Its worth the price.  INTO THIN AIR is about disappearances.  Paul Begg doesn't attempt to report only  the proven mysterious disappearances, he  even Includes the shakey tales of people  who have been taken up into space ships.  As well, he has no compunction about  questioning the evidence If he sees fit.  You'll find familiar examples such as  Bermuda Triangle cases and odd stories  from deep Into history.  Begg's book has also solved disappearances such as people whose bodies  have been found later or who have hoaxed  their absences.  We're all fascinated by mysteries and  none are quite so intriguing as those  unexplained.  AuthoriBegg leaves^ np'.jnystery fd��  those who,want to do further reading;  There is an index and a full listing of his  sources. Libraries might like to snap this  one up for their reference shelf.  In celebration of the Year of the Child,  MAGOOK's latest issue presents a child  energy conservation section. There is an  energy quiz, poems about the solar eclipse  and an how-to about making a sun dial.  The book in MAGOOK is "Shakespear and  The Flying Bed" ��� now there's an energy  ' saver! '.'.'  Author of the latest MAGOOK book is  Mark Cote. He is only 17 and by the looks of  this, book which he both wrote and  illustrated, he is well on the way to success. Verrry professional! Mark believes  in the old art of imagination and his book  shows it.     .  The Snozola family saves the day when  they attack the Grey Cloud Kingdom and  rescue the sun which had been pinned  down with Icicles. Without the help of the  flying brass bed and their trusty spider  friend, Shakespeare the Second, they  could never have carried it off.  The story, though a bit disjointed is a  true epic in miniature and treats the young  reader or listener to a sumptuous serfes of  colorful fantasies. It is zany and fun, this  new fairy tale which asks children to"  watch for the flying bed as it zooms past  the moon on a bright night.  The poetry and prose reading series is  taking form for the first half of 1980. The  series will consist of four Friday evenings  (dates to be confirmed) and features four  top B.C. writers. We are pleased to announce readings by Gerry Gilbert, poetry;  Daphne Marlatt, poetry; Joan Haggerty,  prose; and Audrey Thomas, prose. All  have published works and both Gerry and  Joan have lived on the Sunshine Coast at  different times over the past few years. All  readings will be. free to the public.  CULTURAL COORDINATOR VISITS        .  Jack Anderson, coordinator of the B.C.  Community and Regional Arts Councils  for the cultural research branch of the  provincial government was on the Coast  the weekend of October 20 and 21 to see our  Arts Centre and attend the Robert  Silverman concert.  He was very impressed by the  uniqueness in the design of the building  and the quality of the exhibition, THE ART  OF CRAFT. An informal gathering to  discuss arts centres throughout B.C. and  where we stand in the stream of things,  took place Saturday evening at the home  of Ray and Verity Purdy.  Jack gave us assurance that we are on  the right track in our development and  programming and left us with many  helpful thoughts on how we can continue In  the future.  He recognizes that the Sunshine Coast  Arts Centre has great possibilities in  terms of our geographical relationship,  with Vancouver and our growing tourist  trade. By balancing local and non-local  exhibits we can broaden our horizons and  education t>f the art world, and at the same  time get a perspective of ourselves in  relationship to other centres.  Quality and professionalism are words  he stressed and local artists should be  encouraged  to  attain  such  levels.  Distinctiveness and originality in artists  work are other important factors. All in  all, his visit was positive, informative, and  an indication that yes, we are on the right  track.  Sponsored by=  Magic Mushroom  Stereo Shop  &  Sechelt  885-2522  KJt arte intvietfed U m&cal Ant  Tfate: ZX5-2W1  TWILIGHT THEATRE  GIBSONS For Times Call 886-2827  ������������������������������������������������������������������  If  GIBSONS   -AND-- - ��� -   DISTRICT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE  operates a  BUSINESS INFORMATION CENTRE  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  ' Gibsons. B.C.  "'"] '*. "'" J"'  Hours: 9 a.m. ��� 1 p.m Monday to Friday  Phone 886-2325  F. Jean Malnll Business Information Officer  Free Information Is available re:  Establlshlna 9 bMslness'in B,C.  Financing your business  Establishing a retail outlet  Small business assistance publications  Industrial Development Programs  Fjjfc^MMtiMi'tB.UtH i>aft  *     December 1st and 2nd  Arts Centre, Corner of Trail & Medussa  All Crafts people who are Interested In participating In this event  are asked to mall In this application no later than Nov. IS In order  to ensure themselves a spot, This Includes those who have phoned  to enquire about this event. Booth rentals will be 10% of sales to a  maximum of $50.00. We stress that all work for sale must be  original & handcrafted. Hours will be from 11-5 p.m. both days. All  participants must be Arts Council'members. Memberships are  available at the Centre for $3.00.  tltltltlMUflfltltlMWIUMtlj  (PUoM Clip)  *���' ������������*�������������������������������������������������������� ��  fl���3T"3F __ T1*  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  ��� i ��� t t t ���  "w WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW w'  SEND APPLICATIONS TO: BOX 1477, SECHELT  NAME?  ADDRESS:   PHONE:    TYPE OF MEDIUM: .  Starring  BARBRA STREISAND  & RYAN O'NEAL  WED, OCT. 31  THURS, NOV. 1  FRI, NOV. 2  SAT, H0V. 3  Warning: Occasional  nudity and coarse  language.  �� a k * 4' ���*'' k * * * * * V  Starring Christopher Phmmer SUN,  at Sherlock Holmes        NOV. 4  James Mason as Dr. Watson.  Donald   Sutherland  "The psychic"  Genevieve   Bu|old  Annie Crook  as  as  MON,  NOV. 5  TUES,  NOV. 6  ^AfBli**  Warning:  Some   gory  .violence  For Storting  Tirno Cunfiimalion  H��oi��t Phonal  886-2827  Mi /11* (nil 13l.  JUST YOU AND ME, KID  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  pr  *  *  *  ,����������������������������������������y������������������������������nf  . _^_   k_ L ,   Y  ��� ������  *;���������  ,#i*:   Fishermen's Homecoming 79  Smorgasbord & Dance  NOVEMBER 24  Pender Harbour Community Club  Music by Sunshine Ramblers   , '        Happy Hour: 6:30-7:30 p.m  $10 a tlcket/19 yrs. & over  Dance: 9-1 a.m.'  No, 1 IN COLOR TV.  Now Open Mondays-Saturday, 9:30 am-5:30 pm  SUNSHINE COAST T.V.  . ^^^ STEREO & APPLIANCE?  IN THE ^ OF SECHELT  885-9816  Cowrie St.  AFTER THE SALE IT IS THE SERVICE THAT COUNTS  Date Fad  Oct. 31 ���Canadian C.lacrieCounters, 7.30 pm. For info, call 886-8354.  Nov. 1 ���Roberts Creek Legion Br. 219 Bingo, early bird 7, regular 8 pm.  Nov. 2 ��� Country Stars Dance Club, Roberts Creek Elementary, 8-11 pm.  For info, call 886-8027.  Nov. 3 ��� Holy Family Parish Bazaar & Tea. Sr. Citizens Hall, Sechelt, 2-4  pm.  Nov. 3 ��� Two Anglican Church Bazaars with homebaking, door prizes,  woolens, white elephants, regalia cards. St. Bartholomews will be at  Legion Hall, Gibsons, St. Aidan's at Roberts Creek Community Hall, 2-4 pm.  Nov. 7 ��� S.C. Lapidary Crafts Club monthly meeting. For info, call 886-  9204.  Nov. 8 ��� Sunshine Coast Branches of Western Weight Controllers Fair  Day, Sr. Citizens Hall, Sechelt, 11 am-2 pm. boor prizes, raffles, gifts.  Nov.   10  ��� Roberts  Creek  Hospital  Auxiliary "Early  Bird  Christmas  Boutique, Roberts Creek Community Hall, 2-4 pm. Gifts, prizes, tea.  Nov. 20 ��� Women's Aglow Fellowship Meeting, Harmony Hall, Gibsons,  -  11.30 am. Lunch, babysitting avail. For info. 886-7426. Ladies of all  ages welcome.  Nov. 24 ��� Crafts Fair sponsored by Ways & Means Committee of Roberts  Creek Community Association, Community Hall, 11 am. Interested  crafts people call Randy Tame 886-9324.  USE THIS'SPACE TO >ROMOTtt YOUR ORGANIZATION'S EVENTS.  -  ���'*-   IT'S^FREE.CALL885^323f; I  HERON CAFE ��� Serving home cooked food. Licensed. Located  In Lower Gibsons; Open 7 days a week ��� 7 am - 5 pm.  FITZGERALD'S ��� Serving Steak and Seafood. Fully licensed.  Located in Lower Gibsons. Open 5 prif till midnight. 886-2888.  GRAMMA'S PUB ��� 10 a.m. >��� midnight, Mondays thru Saturdays. Lunch served 'till 9 p.m.  MR. MIKES STEAK HOUSE ��� Foil dining facilities. Featuring  Char-Broiled Steaks, Mike Burgers, Shrimp 8, Oyster Dinner.  "Take out service" available. Located Seaview Place, Gibsons.  886-7420.  YOU-DEL'S ��� Delicatessen prepared food, snack bar and light  lunches. Located In the Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons, Open 6  days a week 9:30 - 5:30. 886-7922.  ANDY'S FAMILY RESTAURANT ��� Greek and Western cuisine.  Fully licensed. Located on Hwy. 101, Gibsons. Open Mon.-Sat.  7 am - 9 pm. Sun. 7 am - 3 pm. 886-7828.  YE OLDE PENINSULA HOTEL ��� Serving Steaks, Pizzas. Fully  licensed. Dining room open 6 days 7 am - 8:30 pm. Food  served In pub till closing. Located on Hwy. 101 ��� 3 miles west  of Gibsons. 886-9334.  THE HOMESTEAD RESTAURANT ��� Prime Rib, Baron of Beef  and Seafood. Located on Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. Open 7 days a  week 9 am -10 pm. 885-2933. Fully licensed.  GOLDEN CITY RESTAURANT ��� Chlfi<���� & Canadian cuisine.  Fully licensed. Located on Wharf St., Sechelt. 885-2511.  SECHELT INN ��� Family style dining ��� Dally Specials ��� Fully  Licenced. Opt>n Mon.-Frl, 7:30 a.m. - 9 p.m. Sat. 8:00 a.m. -  7:00 p.m. Wharf Street, Sechelt. 885-9344.  VILLAGE RESTAURANT ��� Steak, Seafood and Italian food.  Fully licensed. Located on Cowrie St., Sechelt. Open 7 days a  week 7 am till,..   885-9811.  HALFMOON INN ��� Regular Dinner Menu, Tues to Thursday.  4:30 - 10 pm. Featuring a Smorgasbord Friday, Saturday, and  Sunday 4:30 -10:00 pm. Fully licensed. Located on Hwy 101 ���  8 miles north of Sechelt. 885-5500.  LORD JIM'S LODGE ��� Brunch, Saturday and Sunday only, 9  am. to 1 p.m. Dinner Friday and Saturday, 6 p.m.-9 p.m. and  Sunday 5 p.m.-8 p.m. Monday to Thursday - Catering to small  groups, reservations requested. Open 7 days a wtek'tor  guests of the lodge. Fully licensed. Located at Ole's Cove,  north of Halfmoon Bay. 885*2232.  TAMMY'S RESTAURANT ��� Regular Dinner menu. Open 7 days  ���m-weekriocqfecrftght��rHNw+�����t��irw ferry terminal.  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Dating Game  Cont'd.  3:00  Bob McLean ' \  Merv Griffin  Movie:',  Bob McLean  Mary T. Moore  Movie:    ' .  Newsmakers  Popeye  Beat the Clock  Odd Couple  3:30  ContU             '  Cont'd.  War Between  Cont'd.  Cross-Wits -  Time For Love  ' Behavior  Banana Splits  Funorama.  Battle of Plan'ts  -4:00  Beyond Reason  All. in Family  Brady. Bunch  The Tates  Adam-12  .Mike Douglas  cont'd. '  Cont'd.  Sesame Street  Bugs Bunny  Cont'd.     ���  Cont'd.  FUntstones  '4:30  Happy Days  Cont'd.,"7  Carol Burnett  Price is  Cont'd.- "  Cont'd.  GilUgan's Island  Carol  Burnett  5:00  Beachcombers  News v  - Right  News  Hollywood  Mr. Rogers  Leave To BeaVr  Brady Bunch  News  5:30  Mary T. Moore  Cont'd.  News, *'��,  News'  Cont'd.  Winsday  Electric Co.  Bewitched  Eddie's   Father  Cont'd.  6:00  News  Cont'd.  Cont'd.77"  Cont'd.  ContU  T.B/A.'  Zoom  Odd Couple  M.A.S.H.  Family Feud  6:30  Cont'd.  Cont'd. '  Cont'd, a-.  Cont'd.  All in Family  .Cont'd.'  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Take 30  1 Day at a Time  Confd. .  Once Upon  Cont'd.  Dating Game  Confd.  3:00  Bob McLean  Merv Griffin  Movie:    .  Bob McLean ���  Mary T. Moore  - Movie:  Footsteps  Popeye  Dick Van Dyke  Odd Couple  3:30  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  The Candidate  Cont'd.  Cross Wits  Carey  Project Universe  Banana Splits  Funorama  Battle Planets  4:00  Beyond Reason  Brady Bunch  Cont'd.  Adam-12  Mike ��� Douglas  Treatment  Sesame Street  Bugs Bunny  Cont'd.  FUntstones  4:30  All in Family  Happy Days  Cont'd.  Price Is Right  Cont'd.  ContU  Confd.  Confd.  ' GilUgan's  Island  Carol Burnett  5:00  ' Beachcombers  News  Carol Burnett  . Cont'd.  News   "  ��6,000,000 Man  Mr. Rogers  Beaver  Brady Bunch  News  5:30  Mary T. Moore  Cont'd.  News  News  Cont'd.  Confd.  Electric Co.  Bewitched  Eddie's Father  Confd.  6:00  News  Cont'd,  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Confd.  News  Zoom  Odd Couple  M.A.S.H.  Family Feud  6:30  Cont'd.  < Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  All ln Family  Cont'd.  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Movlo:  Friendly   Contv  Popeye  Banana  3's Company  Dating Game  Beat Ihe Clock  Funorama  Bugs Bunny  Cont'd,  Beaver  Bewitched  ConfaT  GilUgan's   lalund  Brady Hunch  Eddie's Father  Persuasion  Cont'd.  Odd Couple  Battle of Plan'ts  FUntstones  Carol   Burnett  News  Confd.  Zoom  Over Easy  News  Fast Forward  Odd Couple  Hogan's   Heroes  M.A.S.H.  Bob Newhart ���*>  Cont'd,  Miss Canada  Pageant  Confd.  Dial Line 0  Confd.  Dr. Jekyll &  Mr. Hyde  Movie:  Q.I. Blues  Confd.  Confd. ,  M.A.S.H.  Match Game  Joker's WUd  Tie Tao Dough  Newlywed Game  Merv Griffin  Cont'd.  Confd,  News Mag.  Watson  Report  NlH>  Newa  Viewpoint  Movie:  Ren  Cont'd.  Cont'd!  News  Tonight  News Mai.  Watson Report  News  Cont'd.  Lou Orant  Confd.  News  Lata Movie  The Human  Body  News  ContVl.  Cont'd  Cont'd.  When 'Boat  Comes In  News  Chico A Man  Benny Hill  Love Am. Style  Peyton Place  News  Benny Hill  Late Movie  FttmThTT?eud  Bob Nowhart  Vancouver  Cont'd.  ConfdT  Confd.  Movie;  Son Hlso:  Miracle of Love  Confd,  Sports Page  Confd.  Tuesday, November 6  W  CHANNBL 2  Maws  Wicks  2sk  "SOT  CHANNBL  "aTTmJ  Cont'd,  One Life  to Live  ���lldren  jtOO  7130  Beyond Reason  Mery T. Moore  General  Hospital  CHANNBL a  Days Of  Our Lives  Tha Dootors  Another World  Happy Days  Reach for Top  Irndy Bunch  apuy Days  . lews  Cont'd,  1  BSft..  .8SSE.VA.  CHANNBL 6  Nsws  Ida Clarkson  Marcus  Welby  CHANNBL 7  Jottt'd..  ���t'd.  Marshall"  arol Burnett  Broadcast  Take 80  Bob MoLoan  ConfdT  New*  World* Turns  Guiding Light  CHANNBL 6  News  Alan Hamel  Confd.  Another   ���8  Prlos U Rlsht  Cont'd.  News ^  Cont'd.  1 Day at a Time  olng Place*  ross-Wlts  9  CI  Shi  . .orthwest  Na Na,  11:l��  .   Ute  an Alive  National News  Night Final  SSBIiL  Sheriff Lobo  MBifetyi||tosiW>'  " gans Heroes  .243.  Wlii Douglas  -Cont'd,....-.- �����-  News  ... Confd.  channblT  Long Search  Confd.  Making Music  Trade Offs  ie�� Is  SontM.  8,000,000  tan  Natural Bclsnca  Word Shop  Projsot^nlverse  CHANNBL 11  News  Andy Griffith  Movlei  Moflombor  CHANNBL 12  Donahue  Confd.  1 Day at a Time  Reat the Clook  CHANNBL 13  All My Clitld,  Cont'd.  Movie:  Just for You  ran  Doi  Isotion Special  [���wr ���  P^nha1f��rio"  Wj%ktauT  mJUaymLmJaBmgSLmm  Sesame Street  -Cont'd.-.-.- ���  Mr, Rogers  Electric Co.  After  Cont'd.  I'opeye  Banana HnJIts  pont'd.  Man Alive  ConAt,  00emmammmm$imm  CftUfornU  Confd.  urns You On  101  JS5,  �������.  aw.  Zoom  Over Easy  "aws  orld of Sea  Bugs Bunny  Cont'd.        Leave to'Beav'r  Bewitched  ^     . jnpafi  Dating Game  Raumatau  Funorama  "Cont'd."  Cont'd,  Cont'd  Odd Couple  of I'l  Battle  Inn'la  Island  Nt  "Nova1  iStm  "Odd Coupie  Horsn'a   Heroes  M.A.S.H.  Bob Newhart   Oilllian's  llrady Bunch  Eddie's Father  upstairs, ...- ..  He* Haw  rtAAAtiAJ..  Match dame  Joker's  Wild  o Tae Doujh^  FUntstones  Carol Burnett  News  Confd.  m  alaca  Ronnles  Newsmakers  News  Chloo & Men  Benny Hill  Love Am Style  awlyweii"Same  l,^__amw_\'^y%^vam0^aaW' '*-*���*'��'  Cont'd,  OawtU  Tamlly Foud  Bob Newhart  Vancouver  Cont'd.  *T?toiirpUco  News  Usnny Hill  Confd";  ���^iirtm,.,,,,-,..,.  Movie:  nthVleUm  ConfdT  Cont'd.  mSL  Page  ! The Peninsula Times  Wednesday* October 31,1979  U  savers  REGIONAL DISTRICT Director  George Gibb pulls debenture from  flower pot as SCRD secretary Anne  Pressley marks it off. Far left is  Director Harry Almond, on right is  Director Joe Harrison next to him is  Director Ed Nicholson.  View 1 - A Juried Show  VIEW 1 will be the first annual juried  show at the Arts Centre in Sechelt. This is  a particularly important exhibit as it will,  for the first time in the Arts Centre, give  the Arts Council and the public in general  a view of many of our artists work from  the Sunshine Coast.  As this article is being written and  read, we do not yet know which artists will  be showing as they will be selected on  The Grub Bag  Going Italian  By Ann  Let's go Italian! Mostly everyone likes  Lasagne. For a casual buffet, you can't do  better than a luscious lasagne casserole.  Festive-looking and fragrant with Italian-  style seasonings, it's made of layers of  lasagne (giant noodles) and rich meat  sauce plus three kinds of cheese.  There need be no hustle-bustle after  guests arrive ��� the casserole can be  assembled early and refrigerated until  baking time. Allow 15 to 20 minutes or so  longer in the-oven. Since bakedJ��asagna  needs a "rest" before serving, it will give  you a chance to put the finishing touches to  the dinner.  LASAGNE CASSEROLE  Meat sauce:  one pound Italian sausage  one clove garlic minced  one tablespoon whole basil  Vh teaspoons salt  one one-pound can (two cups) tomatoes  two six-once cans (11-3 cups) tomato paste  Brown meat slowly; spoon off fat, add  remaining ingredients. Simmer over low  heat (uncovered) 30 minutes, stirring now  and then.  Lasagne:  Cook the wide lasagne  noodles (or wide egg noodles) till tender in  large amount of slightly-boiling water ���  will take about 20 minutes. Drain, rinse in  cold water.  cheese Filling:  three cups fresh ricotta or creamy cottage  cheese  Vz cup grated Romano cheese  two tablespoons parsley flakes  two beaten eggs  two teaspoons salt (scant)  Vt teaspoon pepper  one pound mozzarella cheese, sliced very  thin  Mix first six Ingredients. Place half the  cooked noodles in a lightly-oiled baking  dish (about 13" x 9" x 2"); spread with  half the cheese filling; cover with half the  mozzarella cheese and half the meat  sauce. Repeat the layers. Bake in a  moderate (375 degrees F) oven for 30  minutes.  Before cutting into squares, let stand 10  minutes or longer ��� filling will set  slightly. Mokos 12 servings.  balls slowly in hot oil. Add to spaghetti  sauce, Cook 30 minutes as in above recipe.  Serve piping hot over spaghetti.  First, to do justice to spaghetti, add  plenty of butter before saucing. With a  fork in each hand, lift the long strands a  few times, almost teasing ��� spaghetti  must be hot so butter will melt through and  separate the pasta.  When mixed with the spicy sauce ���  -whish a-scoopfuLoffshredded.cheeseover  the finished dish. Some flavor! We watched Italian cooks prepare this in a  spaghetti house in Pass Christian, Missi.  The aroma floated for blocks down the  beach. Who could resist?  In cooking the spaghetti ��� a large pan  is a must so there'll be room for the  strands to separate as they tumble and  toss in the boiling water. Be sure to use lots  of water ��� three quarts for cooking eight  ounces of pasta. Add about one teaspoon  salt for each quart of water. To help  prevent sticking put a little salad oil in the  boiling water before you add the spaghetti.  Cook only until not quite soft. Test a strand  now and then. Drain through sieve. Serve  very hot.  Saturday, November 3, by the curator of  the UBC Fine Ms Gallery, Glenn Allison.  One of the purposes of having a juried  show is to find an objective and educated  view of our art work. It is of course important to note that it is one person's view,  but when the person has a background as  Glenn's, such a point of view can be very  valuable in helping us to see ourselves  through the eyes of someone with a great .  deal of exposure and knowledge in the art  world.  Glenn Allison is a graduate from UBC  and has since spent three years as  research curator of the Vancouver Art  Gallery, three years managing the Bau-Xi  Galleries in both Vancouver and Victoria,  and has freelanced as a consultant for art  galleries. Aside from his present  curatorial duties at U.B.C., he also lectures in art history, and teaches  museology, the theory and practice of  museum involvement.  Media included in our show will be  painting, drawing, prints, photography,  sculpture and multi-media. We expect to  have good representation from all these  .areas.,   *.�����.��,L��j1 *_>.- , ��r>��m  To participate, one should bring fart  work ready to hang, and labelled with  name, phone, title and medium to St.  Hilda's Anglican Church Hall in Sechelt on  Saturday, November 3, between 9 A.M.  and 11 A.M. Fee is $5.00 for up to three  works of art.  The exhibit begins on Tuesday,  November 6 and runs through to Friday  November 23. There will be an opening  night preview on Monday November 5,  7:30 P.M. to 9:30 P.M. and everyone is  welcome.  You figure warm air rises and good  attic and wall insulation will keep the heat  in. The home will be snug for the winter.  That is half right.  Heat escapes in any direction it can to  find something cooler. From the dawn of  time, that phenomenon has been the cause  of a lot of cold feet. When insulating the  house, remember the floor too. An uninsulated floor laid over a crawl space, open  foundation or concrete slab wastes energy.  A crawl, space may be heated or  unheated. This determines how it is insulated. In a heated crawl space, the  proper insulating material is extruded  polystyrene, a blue material known in the  trade as "styrofoam". It is a good insulator and resists moisture, an important  consideration under the house.  Apply polystyrene insulation to the  outside of the wall of the heated crawl  -space, it should be at least two inches  thick. From the base of the crawl space  outward, polystyrene insulation should be  laid to a width of at least two feet all  around.  The polystyrene insulation should have  a gypsum covering as a protection  against fire.  Heating ducts and pipes in an insulated  crawl space do not have to be insulated.  With a crawl space that must be ventilated and cannot be heated, the area  under the house floor, must be insulated  with batt or blanket material, preferably  with a vapor barrier attached.  The insulation is customarily held in  place with chicken wire or building paper.  The crawl space floor should be covered  with a vapor barrier and two inches of  sand.  In an unheated crawl space, heating  ducts and pipes should be insulated  separately with batt or blanket material  wrapped around them or laid lengthwise.  Use tape to hold the insulation in place.  With open foundations, the floor must  be insulated in a similar' manner to an  unheated crawl space,' and also protected  against wind, animals and other threats. If  the spaces between the floor joists are  covered in, a contractor can blow loose  insulation into these spaces.  A foundation consisting of concrete  slabs should be insulated on the outside in  a similar manner to a heated crawl space  or basement.  More information on insulating foundations and crawl spaces is contained in a  booklet called Keeping the Heat In,  available from P.O. Box 3500, Station "C",  Ottawa, Ontario K1Y 4G1.  Ode to a Husband: Love me not for my  beauty, love ��� for that may pass away.  Love me rather for my forebearance ���  when at the end of day you find the house  all spick and span���the children scrubbed  and in command and cheerily, you say,  "And what have you been doing, dear, all  day." Unknown  If you like spaghetti and meat balls ���  you'll like these.  Spahetti sauce: ��  % cup chopped onion  one clove of garlic, minced  two one-pound cana tomatoes (four cups)  two six-onco cans tomato pusto (11-3 cups)  one cup wator  one tablespoon sugar  lMi teaspoons salt  Mi teaspoons pepper  1% teaspoons crushed orogano  one bay loaf  Cook onions and garlic In hot oil until  tender but not brown; stir in Uio remaining  ingredients. Simmer uncovered for 30  minutes; remove buy leaf. Add Italian  meatballs, Cook 30 minutes longer on low  heat. (Will moke about six servings.)  'ITALIAN MEAT BALLS  FOUR SLICES DRY BREAD (white)  one pound ground beef  itwocggs,     Mi cup grated Romano cheeso  two tablespoons chopped parsley  one clove garlic, minced  one teaspoon crushed orogano or basil  one teaspoon salt  ,^^���^__��� ,���������.., ���,��� ..,.,,.,..,��.  * Soak broad In nome water two or three  minutes, Uien squeeze out moisture,  Combine bread with other Ingredients  except oil. Handle as little a�� possible  Fprm Into balls (about 20). 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DEALER  Our  .regular ���,  price  Polaroid's  Rebate  Your  low, low  price  *39*8  $500  13488  ^'(il/HOKi;"8X70"mid"OllflSlop" wotUKlimi.uk!.ill PolaroidCurpw.Mioii,Cmnlnulnii,Muss, U.fi.A. VMS 1A  SUNNYCREST MALL, GIBSONS 88641010  ��  A   A. A ._.*. ���  _ announces  A province-wide safety project for  school children is being initiated by  Transportation, Communications and  Highways Minister Alex V. Fraser.  . .-. Fraser has written to 75 school districts  in British Columbia recommending the  use of a special booklet called "A  Teacher's Guide for the Safest Route to  School Project." Copies of both the booklet  and letter are also being sent to the  ministry of education and the B.C. Safety  Council.  The "safest route" booklet was  prepared originally by the Traffic and  Engineering Safety Department of the  American Automobile Association and is  endorsed by the B.C. Automobile  Association.  Report from Ottawa  Simply bull headed  by Ray Skelly  MP Comox-PR riding  I.V.-I  Tuesday, October 9,1979  Some people might call it doctrinaire.  Others might call it simply bullheaded.  One way or another, this attitude of the  Clark government is going to get it in  trouble.  * Last week's announcement that four  Crown corporations ��� Canadair, de  Havilland, Eldorado Mining and Northern  Transportation���will be sold off to private  interests is a good indication of this.  ; The first two companies came into  government, hands after their former  private owners found themselves in  financial difficulty. Since then the two  firms have been built up intojjstrong enterprises and constitutes a major factor in  Canada's aerospace industry. This is  important because it is an industry that is  much more labor intensive than most of  Canada's resource industries and involves  technology we need to develop.  ; But it is also an industry that has its ups  and downs and when the hardtimes come  again, as inevitably they will, there is no  doubt the government will be called in  again for help. Would any government risk  riiore public money to take over a company mat has already been saved once by  public intervention? Or would the com-  \ Caramel apples for an old  :��� fashioned hallowe'en treat  pany just die, along with the jobs and the  technology?  -As for Eldorado, I am completely  against its major function ��� the mining  and refining of uranium ��� whether it is  private or public enterprise. But it does  seem strange that a government should  turn control over to private interests,  particularly when that private interest  will probably be some multinational  energy corporation, like one of the oil  companies, which will increase its hold on  energy supply as a result of the purchase.  In the case of Northern Transportation,  the only corporation of the four that is not  a money-maker, the Clark governments  decision to sell out is simply a matter of  reneging on governmental responsibility.  This corporation. performs a vital  service to northern Canadians. The move  is as sensible and sensitive as the  "privatization" (to use the Conservatives'  own term) of the Department of Health.  Like the dismantling of Petro-Canada,  the sale of these four corporations will  create more problems than were ever  imagined. For the Clark government, one  of those problems will be the confidence of  the public who must question the mandate  of a group of politicians who will not be  moved in pursuit of a political ideology no  matter what.  t  **  WHEN DID YOU LAST  ^CHECK UNDER THE HOOD? J  Uw small applet* and coat thinly when fiUrg Halkme' ea  caramel applea.  Carmel-coatcd apples are an old-fashioned Hallowe'en  l rest thai slill. makes a lol of sense today. Certainly  iiutrr. fun for ihe "trick or irealer" than the standard  handful of kisses, caramel apples also offer food value,  particularly if the coating is milk-based.  Two suggestions when preparing the .-ectpe below.  Choose apples which are small. They arc easier to work  with and enaier to eat, especially for pre-schoolers.  Also keep the coaling thin. It is more economical and  again makes it. easier for the smaller ghosts and goblins  lo manage.  HALLOWE'EN CARAMEL APPLES  1 can Eagle Brand Sweetened Condensed milk  1 cup sugar  3/4 cup golden corn syrup  I /4 cup bulier or margarine  I lap, vanilla  8 small applea  8 wooden skewers or popsfcle sticks  Insert wooden skewers well into slem end of apples,  In a heavy saucepan, combine sweetened condensed  miik, sugar and corn syrup. Stir and cook over medium  ht��al lo 230 degrees F on a candy thermometer or to soft  hall stage. Remove from heat, Stir in butler and vanilla.  Working quickly, dip applea In caramel and spoon over  to coat well,  Place apples stem aide up In harden on greased pap��ir.  FREE  DRAW!  for  HUSQVARNA  SEWING  MACHINE  Valued at ifJQ  SEE OUR AO IN THIS PAPER  CREST SEWING CENTRE  and  .     THE FAB SHOP  mmmMwaaamamm  Hear Ye! Hear Ye!  PUBLIC MEETING SCHEDULE  REGIONAL BOARD  2nd and 4th Thursday each month.  All meetings at 7:30 p.m. In Board Room.  SCHOOL BOARD  Regular meeting every 2nd Thursday, 7:30 p.m.  Regular meeting every 4th Thursday In School Board      _Js?  Office, 7:30 p.m.  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  Regular Council Meeting 1st and 3rd Tuesday,  7 pm, Municipal Hall  VILLAGE OF SECHELT  Regular mooting  1st and 3rd Wednesday of each  month. * ,  Planning Committee meeting 2nd & 4th Tuesday of  oach month,  Wednesday, October 31,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageC-7  "It deals with a simpie ^technique  whereby children can be, shown which  roads and streets to use to come to school,  and how they can concentrate at the best  points for crossing busy highways," the  minister ;says in his letter to the school  boards.  T/he booklet includes sample street  maps, child participation -. forms, film  information and parental guidance  material, using both printed copy and  drawings.  Parents are encouraged to help select  the "safest route to school"and agree to its  regular use.  In his letter to the boards the minister  said that another important aspectof the  "safest route" technique is that "it can  be the basis of planning approyed footpaths and school crosswalk protection."  He also suggested it could be useful in  the selection of new school locations by  showing how traffic-pedestrian conflicts  might be reduced.  "In this regard the opportunity to  participate early in the planning of new  school sites would be greatly welcomed by  my staff," the minister said, "in order that  these avoidable problems could be dealt  with."  The minister commends the system as  "an excellent program" and asks that  each -'School district use the booklet to  develop the "safest route to school"  principle in all parts of the province.  MOM-AY-MON  NURSERY SCHOOL  3 SPACES  OPEN  in a 3 YR.  OLD  MORNING  CWSS  (available  immediately).  Interested  mothers  phone  LORI PAUL  at the school  885-5044  TIME TO  GET READY...  Come to the  Christmas Natural Craft  Classes - Sunday, Nov. 11,  10:30 am-4:30 pm  Drop in to the store and see the samples of some ot the  things you will be making. PRE-REGISTRATION IS A MUST,  before Nov. 10. Reg. fee $10. Bring your lunch - coffee is  supplied!     .       ,  WE STILL HAVE A FEW  OPENINGS FOR THE MOMS  AND KIDS QUICKIE  CHRISTMAS CRAFT DAY,  SUN. NOV. 4. For information   call   886-2525.  Sunnycrest   Centre,  sons, 886-2525.  Gib-  �����*��     ^*o *.,��*W** -.rl  At the  Get a Second Mi  iStf  ^  Nov. 5 & 6 only  BRINGTHE  WHOLE FAMILY  FAR A RFAI MFAII  r w ll  H   ll Lfl L   Ifl Lfl L ���  *��!  \  -��*��,;< ;���.'.���   ���/.i.~/n,a^.rt��vif��...  '**?%*  w  A*r  ^��--~M^-��/V  s>  Courtesy of  mnwk*. ������-  Cowrie St. 885-9330  Sechelt  SEAVIEW PLACE  GIBSON?  ���^awwmmaa^maw^a^mtmiamaw^^1*^"*-*^^"'^'  V  .y  ^l|lf��i��#t^C.pi^�������#*BMlS!(*;' ��� A  Page 0-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, October 31,1979  VOTER ELIGIBILITY  - All those whose principal  residence is within the  Village of Gibsons boundaries  - All property owners within  the Village of Gibsons  boundaries  Vi Mills msnn /  __   3000 Piids  1000 Mstrsi  Existing Federal Wharf  86  56  62  ���^o  73  Be Sure To  REGISTER TO VOTE  68  SO  50  ���*&  For further information, contact  THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE  886-2325 or  THE VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  886-2274  ITS UP TO YOU  ^ It will ease congestion for both recreational and commercial  boats from the Gov't Wharf.  S It will inject new life into Lower Gibsons - beautify and stimulate  commercial growth in the area.  ^ It will attract more tourist dollars.  ^ It will provide local employment during construction and after  for operation.  is It will upgrade the safety of all marine traffic in the harbour.  Public Meeting On The  8:00 P.M. THURSDAY, NOV. 8,1979  GWSONUECIOK HAU  HUB  ______%  sera  \ .V. \,  ���:\ ���  V    \*  aMMSji V'W' _waaaa_w  The Peninsula lime&  __ Section D .        Wednesday, October 31,1979 Pages \* _  Pages 1-4  Pitch-In  Hctp  British Columblo  BcautIM  Island Trust may get results  '�� ! The Islands Trust may not pack any operation would not be easily visible to cabinet's environment and land use  ? legislative  authority  but  its coercive island residents. He said his company was committee it must be assessed by a  "power may get results. concerned about the environment. steering committee for social and en-  v-',|    Promoters for a company that wants to       But Gambier Island trustee Elspeth ^onmental  impact   as  well  as  for  ^uii^anopenpitcopperandmolybdehum Armstrong said  extensive  shipping fonomic, community facdityr and site  'mine  on  Gambier  Island, discovered {acuities would be required to snip out the   ?easiblllty-        ; Thursday in Vancouver that residents and ore  causing havoc among sailing and If you decide to give her a CHARM  Environmentalists-are opposed to the Qther pleasure craft               > -jproject no matter how "invisible" it would- deUcate ecosystem ii  ^be on the Gulf Island.                      * Refore any dec  i. Islands Trust chairman John Rich has  tasked the provincial government to block  ?any plans by the 20th Century Energy  'Corporation of Vancouver to develop such  ���'a multi-million dollar facility, but mineral  resources branch spokesmen maintain  ^procedures, for application and in-  f"' rventions will be followed. Rich said he  as surprised the government was still  msjdering a go ahead on the application  following near unanimous opposition at  the information meeting.  * I ^Twentieth Century representative  v I^riy Zrnic told an overflow crowd at the  Devonshire Hotel that this company's  and threatening the    BRACELET this year, come in and see our  in the Gulf Islands.       display first! Over a dozen styles expected  Refore any decision reaches the    soon. MISS BEE'S, SECHELT  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SALES & SERVICE  IN  THE M  OF SECHELT  Now Open MONDAY ��� SATURDAY, 9:30am - 5:30  885-9816   Admiral  Ask about our  "Package" deals.  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Perhaps it's the goblins, or maybe the  spirit of the moment whisked them away  ���the reasons are as inscrutable as a jack-  o-lantern��� but the regional district board  Friday put the proposal back on the table  for trick or treat. Sechelt school board  turned thumbs down on site sharing with  the regional district and Sechelt council at  its Oct. 11 meeting following six months of  abortive negotiations.  Bruce Puchalski, in? for re-election to  the board from Roberts Creek, said  Sunday no new moves would be made to  look at a common site until negotiations  had gone ahead on a leasing arrangement  for space in Gibsons. He placed a notice of  motion Oct. 25 before the board to site a  portable classroom on Holland Park at the  municipal complex for a suggested dollar  per year rate.  But Charles Less, up for re-election as  area director C and still fresh from last;  Monday's chit-chat with Municipal Affairs  Minister Bill Vander Zalm on the future of  regional districts, offered to chair a multi-  board meeting on a joint-use building on a  date following municipal and district  elections Nov. 17.  Lee said the meeting "should discuss  the obvious desires of the minister to  ensure fringe areas pick up their tab for  the amenities they use in the  municipalities which are paid for by the  Pranksters strike early  municipalities." And that-discussion^/  should include hew proposals for a joints \  use .facility.      -      ,   -    /,.'    ���  -   '  Representatives to the regional  governance meeting with the minister had ,  agreed, Lee said, that a varied mill rate on  taxation within a regional district would,  bring" "those in fringe areas nearer to the  municipal mill rate thus diminishing their  reluctance to join the municipality.  In keeping with his committment to a"  7closer association between district and;  "municipal representatives, Lee filed/'  papers Monday for alderman in Sechelt. 7  District directors agreed to ask the',.  school board for an answer to co-siting on ~  lot "A", near Sechelt Elementary, or a '  more likely spot for regional district of-��\  fices and Sechelt council alone, a district' "  owned sewage treatment lot close to the  Sechelt arena.  mWmmmam0mmta_fi_a_maaawamm  Hallowe'en night arrived early this  year for pranksters in Gibsons.  The bright orange letter "G" was lifted  from the marquee of Gramma's pub at the  foot of the government wharf in Gibsons,  perhaps in broad daylight last Wednesday,  RCMP in Gibsons have speculated.  A police spokesman said one of the  pub's seaward facing bubble windows was  also kicked out, possibly in the same incident.  They are treating the vandalism as no  laughing matter, however, and had apprehended two suspects for questioning by  press time.  More serious charges may be laid in  connection with suspected wilful damage  Oct. 20 to mailboxes along Porpoise Bay  Road near Sandy Hook. Police in Sechelt  said flaps were broken off mailboxes and a  letter was ripped open, albeit left in place.  An RCMP spokesman said a charge of  tampering with the mails may be laid in  the case.  Among other reports of vandalism  were a broken car windshield and dented  fender to a vehicle parked in front of the  Parthenon Restaurant Oct. 20, an attempted break-in and a battered back door  at the Sechelt bowling alley Oct. 21, and  two small holes mysteriously cut through  the front window of the Sechelt branch of  Fireworks  The Pender Harbour Volunteer Fire  Department will hold a fireworks display  at the Madeira Park Elementary School  today at 7:30 p.m.  TJiere will be free refreshment for the  children and coffee and tea,f or the adults.  the Bank of Montreal Oct. 21.  . Police added that wilful damage had  been repeated at Sunshine Coast GM some  time between Oct. 20 and 22 when rocks  were thrown through two-more car wind-,  shields. 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