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 \ :  \ ��� \ '  ���\.-  '��  ���CNA  2nd Class Mail  Registration No. 1142  Serving the Sunshine Coast. (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing. Gronthams Landing, Gibsons. Roberts Creek.  Wilson Creek   Selmo Pork. Sechelt. Halfmoon Bay. Secret Cove. Pender Hrb,. Madeira Park   Garden Bay.  Irvine s Landing, Earls Cove.  Egmont  Phone ���  885-3231  26 Pages ��� 20c Copy  LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 17 r- No. 5ft  Wednesday, November 28,1979  ELUC meeting  on hold after  cabinet shaffle  ii  The Environmental Land Use Committee's ELUC proposed public meeting  into the 500 kv line across the Peninsula is  still up in the air according to an ELUC  official.  ELUC official John Gates told the  Times that although they have gone ahead  and rented a hall in Madeira Park for a  public meeting in January - he was still  waiting for word from the Ministry of  Environment.   - ,-  That word was delayed last week when_  Premier BUI Bennett shuffled former  environment minister Raif Mair to the  health portfolio and brought in Stephen  Rogers from the backbench to take Mair's  place.  Meanwhile The Sunshine Coast  Regional District has sent off a letter to  various levels of government asking for  their imput into the planned inquiry into  the justification and routing of the Hydro  Line.  It is that time of  year - roadblocks  It is that time of year again when the  RCMP will be setting up road blocks in  search of impaired drivers. As all vehicles  are subject to roadside checks, this is a  reminder for drivers to assure their  driver's licence and vehicle insurance are  readily available for inspection.  It is hoped everyone will have a safe  and enjoyable holiday seasbn.  Police warning  Due to early darkness, as well as fog  and, rain we ek^irience at this time of; |  year.the loeaXfe^JP are concerned with  thegr^tnumberofvehWss driving wit*  only one'headlight.   ..      ""'       .*_*     _.,    ,... _  _,_..,. ���..._-.  An this makes for hazardoys:dlivin^   t^RAWpoi_edou_ide,but inatde,- solo at the Arts Centre last Saturday/  conditions, the polled are prepared to start   the ahildren sat enthralled as Debbie    Middleton and her fellow performers  charging the drivers of these vehicles.     Middleton, 13, performed her bajlet    entertained in two performances that  iff       ��� ^ '  CONFLICT OF INTEREST?  Van Egmond resigns  to clear the air  School trustee Len Van Egmond  handed school board chairman Don  Douglas two pieces of paper last Thursday  then left the boardroom, before the  meeting started.  One paper formally declared him as a  shareholder in Halfmoon Bay Developments.  The other was Van Egmond's written  resignation from the school board.  The school board was expected to make  a decision Thursday night whether to join  the Sunshine Coast Regional District and  the Village of Sechelt in a joint use facility  on Lot 2, D.L. 304 in Sechelt.  Lot 2 is owned by Van Egmond and the  decision.hinged upon the opinion of the  school board's lawyer whether there was a  conflict of interest on Van Egmond's part.  Though the contents of the lawyer's  letter were not released, Douglas admits  "there was a conflict there."-- .'..  "After Van Egmond realteedtfctt.he felt  it (resigning) was the best acticin to take,"  Douglas said. ''  Van Egmond could not be reached for  comment. ���!-',  School District Secretary-treasurer  Roy Mills said Van Egmond "did declare  his participation in Halfmoon Bay  Developments, on his statutory  declaration, but a formal, ^written  declaration is required in.the'case of  conflict of interest.  Conflict of interest was declared informally when Van Egmond resigned  recently from the JoiritHise facility  committee, Mills said.  However, "he should not have participated in any discussion relating to it  (his property)." /  Also, Van Egmond "participated in the  vote to build in Gibsons which could be  inferred as beneficial to his Lot 2," he said.  The motion was defeated 4-3.  The school board now will have to deal  with all motions relating to the joint-use  facility from the time Van Egmond's  property came under consideration in  September.  Douglas said that among the motions to  be re-debated are whether to move the  portables to Gibsons, whether to locate the  portables on land owned by the Village of  Gibsons and to determine the board's  location in Sechelt. Plans were to use the  portables, now on the Pender Harbour  Secondary School site, as the joint-use  building.  Douglas said the Chatelech school site  may also be reconsidered.  Joint-use facility committee chairman  Sechelt alderman Morgan Thompson said  he was surprised at Van Egmond's  resignation and did not think there was  much of a conflict of interest.  When the acre (Block 7) blew up in our  faces, we  (council) approached Len,'"  Thompson said.  "We looked around the village for  property and, lo and behold, we found Len  owned everything."  Thompson said if the school board  decides to stay in Gibsons, the village and  regional board will probably go ahead with  plans to locate on the remainder of the  land where the Sechelt Sewage Treatment  Plant is situated.  "It was originally designed andlaid out  by the architect with this, concept in  mind,'' he said. .'   J.-7  However, the joint-use facility "makes  so much sense. They (TJSe'school board)  are going to have to mfiste up here sooner  or later." J ft*.  7/   ���See Page Cv  ���J  day; an additional art form current  display of children's art at the centre.,  TO CLEAR UP "PRESS ALLEGATIONS"   asks for St  SFU doesn't have to justify  pesticide use to SCRD board  By HELEN PARKER  A press release announcing St. Mary's  Hospital board of trustees request for an  inquiry into operating and morale  problems at the hospital may be the calm  before a storm.  According to Hospital Employees  Union spokesman Bob McCartney, visits  from B.C. Health Association staff  "usually happen before there's a row.''  Chairman of the board Gordon Hall said in  the release a request has been made for  fan independent impartial enquiry into  the allegations that have been made by the  press regarding alleged operating and  morale problems at St. Mary's Hospital."  "This enquiry will be carried out with  the utmost expediency by professional ,  qualified consultants of the B.C. Health  Association."  BCHA information officer Marilyn  Dimeo told the Times senior staff of the  association will be visiting the hospital and  speaking to various persons.  Their visit to St. Mary'B Is more a  consultation and to offer "some objective  advice," Dimeo said.  This consultation is a common occurrence in hospitals around the province,  she added.  "When a hospital has more serious  difficulties, then a joint hospital committee is formed made up of representatives of the association and the  (provincial) government," Dimeo said.  The BCHA was originally formed by  hospitals of the province to provide ser-  vles, consultation and to represent  hospitals collectively to the government.  The association Is funded by the hospitals  and represents long term care and certain  health agencies.  Because Hall could not be reached for  comment, and other members of the  executive refused to comment on the  matter, it is not known when the decision  was made nor when the enquiry will start.  The press release did say a press  conference will be called following the  enquiry "at which time the observations  'A  and findings will be made public."  Sunshine Coast Regional Board  director Harry Almond has doubts  whether the enquiry will be effective  "because it is not open to the public or the  press."  "If it were open to the press with  restraints not to report attacks on personalities, maybe, but if it's an in-house  enquiry with an official statement at the  end, what good will it do if no one is  satisfied?" Almond said.  McCartney also has his doubts.  "I have never seen a case where they  (BCHA) have been effective," he said.  McCartney is not sure whether employees  will come forward to speak to BCHA  members, who could be considered at the  management level.  Local HEU representative Shirley  Mills said employees are "quite prepared  to tell the truth as they see it."  "I don't know whether people will feel  Intimidated."  "Only tho people who have been af  fected by the low morale would be the ones  to speak up." v  However, she added, some of these  could no longer tolerate the situation and  have left. A letter outlining the problems  was sent to the board of trustees when the  problems were mounting, but nothing was  done. The letter was sent before the recent  hospital trustees' election.  "What is really disappointing is the  board have not really made any inquiries  (into the problems) except through Mr.  Vucurevich (hospital administrator),"  Mrs. Mills said.  McCartney agreed the morale problem  Is "serious" but hard to pin down and take  to arbitration until "things are quite bad."  The Sunshine Coast Regional Board is ���  not the agency to whom Simon Fraser  University aquatic biologist Glen  must justify his proposed testing of|  pesticide, Orothene, in a local lake.  Geen was responding to the SCRD  directors plans to request Geen to appear  before them and justify controlled applications of Orothene (Acephate) in  Logging Lake. (LEI)     .  "I have no hang-ups about talking to  the regional board and telling them what  we're going to do/' Geen said.  "But they are not the agency to whom I  have to justify this." "They are not in the  business of giving permission."  Geen said he will be collecting  background material until late summer,  1980, when the tests will start pending  approval from the Pesticide Review  Committee.  "In terms of reference, we have never  been talking about anything before late  sunmieri" (before testirijg^Geen said.  Geen said recently the applications of  the pesticide will have a minuiSal effect on  the lake's environment arid th%pesticide  itself Is far less dangerous man any  traditional pesticide.  Because little information is available  from the manufacturers, Standard Oil of  California, a three-year project is  necessary to discover possibilities and  potential hazards of the chemical's use.  Logging Lake was chosen as the test  site for the project because of its  similarities to another lake to be used as a  control (only Logging Lake will be  polluted) equally as accessible to SFU.  Local conservation officer Jamie  Stephen had closed Logging Lake to  fishing and recreation In late October after  he was notified the project was going  ahead.  The B.C. Wildlife Association has asked  that the tests not take place. >r  Island Trust sees no change of opinion  The Islands Trust has received from  the Honourable K. Rafe Mair, Former  Minister of Environment and Chairman of  No more Pinball Heaven for Sechelt's juvenile devils  Would-be pinball wizards have  ruined their chances to make the blg-  Ume as their poor behavior and increasing vandalism has forced tho  management of Sechelt's Pinball  Heaven to close It down.  During the 3 Mi months lt has been  open, vandalism has been "mounting,"  to the point where the "hassles outweighed the profits," a spokesman for  the management said.  "Unbelievable" language, constant  cheating   on   the   machines   and  "physical threats of violence against  myself and the staff," resulted In the  closure last Friday.  "The kids, both native and white,  havo such a strange code of ethics," tho  spokesman said.  "It's "protect tho thief" and complete disrespect for any adult."  Pinball Heaven was the only place  open In Secholt where young people  could get together at night. Located  across the street from the RCMP  station, lt served as recreation for as  many as 70 young people between 0  pTm. rind lffp.m.  In spite of its location; "the kids  would smoke dope, get drunk," he said.  "We're dealing with juveniles where  ONE OF THE reasons .Sechelt's  ''youns peop^^iive jjia ftp of the  few recreational activities taken  away from them Is this hole kicked  ln the wall of Pinball Heaven on  Street. The centre was  closed Friday aftirinoliapffitSttt  felt lt could no longer put up with  the mounting vandalism.  we have no recourse and tho parents  don't give a damn."  "The police have no control; they  can't react (because of protection for  juveniles ln the law.)".  The centre Itself, despite a clean-up  by staff, wns still a mess when the  Times toured through. A large hole had  been kicked In the wall by tho front door  and the rug was covered with burn  marks.  "Tho rug was used as  one big  ashtray," ho said. A "no smoking"  ��� restriction was Impossible to enforce.  Hundlegrlps on the football  machines were missing and the surfaces of the machines were scarred  with clgurotto burns. Even the,  Jukebox's glass front had been kicked  In.  With tho number of young people  going In und out of tho centre remaining  constant during the months It was  open, tho spokesman said ho "assumed  they wanted It."  "They wero warned If tho hassles  went on and on, I would Just close lt and  I did. ��� ,��� _ , ,.  "1 just haven't been able to absorb  .this. I blame It on the patents 0! these  kJdH, they have not taught tho kids the  difference between right and wrong."  the Environment and Land Use Committee, a communication concerning the  potential development of an open pit mine  on Gambler Island. The letter, Vihich  responded to the Trust's opposition to the  potential mine, states that the Environment and Land Use Committee has  directed Its Secretariat to work with the  Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum  Resources and the Islands Trust ln on  examination of the environmental and  land use characteristics of the Island In  relation to a possible mine.  The Chairman of the Islands Trust, Mr.  John Rich, has by letter of November 21st  responded to the study suggestion. Mr.  Rich expressed pleasure that the Environment and Land Use Committee was  recognizing the concerns of the Islands  Trust but but stressed to the Honourable  Minister that the Trust sees no prospect of  changing its opinion that an open pit mine  should be prohibited because it would  en-  inevitably degrade the natural  yironment of Gambier Island.  The Trust letter, however, does indicate that Ihe Trust will provide any  Information that may be required by the  Environment and land Use Committee  Secretariat studying this subject.  As a study is commencing and will take  at least two months, the Trust is  requesting that the Minister of Energy,  Mines and Petroleum Resources place a  moratorium on all mineral exploration  activities, on Gambler Island. This  suggestion lias been made to the Minister  of Environment and to the Honourable  James J. Hewitt and is considered to be ln  the best Interest of all concerned.  John Rich said today "I find it Inconceivable how publicly elected  Trustees, given a mandate to preserve and  protect the islands, can under any circumstances contemplate an open pit mine  on ono of their Islands".  <7*��tfete tie 7bma  .. .We take a closer look at what the Pender Harbour residents really  think about the Hydro line - Dl  .. .Vern Giesbrecht ponders what every newspaper person ponders ���  the manipulation of the news ���- A4  .. .The results of the Times newspaper poll as told by Howdle Hemstreet  ��� Bee Carillon ��� A4  . .Elphmstone gMiivoneyban team capmrespTOvfncIal crown-H  .. .This week you can fine the Creek Runoff on B4 and the Gibsons  Glimpses on B6  . . .and much more  k J   ���     ' \  \  Page A-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, Nov. 28,1979  DIXON  BRUSHES UND ROLLERS  . 10 x 25 DROP SHEETS 3 MIL  SPECIAL   H5.19  ��� 5 PIECE DELUXE  9" ROLLER KITS  TRAY, TRIM ROLLER, EXTENSION HANDLE  KAGE HANDLE,  ROLLERSLEEVE.       c.r   $7 AG  SPRUCE UP  FOR A GREAT  Christmas ...and  ^HUiiimiiiimmmi  I  give home decorating that  professional touch with  A WAGNER AIRLESS SPRAY GUN I  FULL LINE WITH ACCESSORIES  1  GREAT SELECTION  OF WALLPAPER  BOOKS  WOODCRAFT  msm.      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The continuing delays and hassles  surrounding the proposed school  board-regional board-Village of  Sechelt joint-use facility are to be.  expected when three governments  have to work their way through their  respective bureaucracies before  coming to an agreement.  However, we think the most recent  delay could have been avoided if our  elected officials were not so ignorant  of the ethics surrounding possible  conflicts of interest and which has  resulted in school trustee Len Van  Egmond resigning from the board -  with a year still left in his term.  Out of the three governments, we  would expect at least one person to  realize when Van Egmond's property,  Lot 2, became a probable location for  the joint-use facility, conflict of interest enters the picture.  Van Egmond did. He resigned  from tho joint-use facility committee,  but for some reason did not carry that  realization through and continued to  take part in discussions concerning  the facility at school board level.  This included voting whether the  school board will stay in Gibsons.  At the last joint-use facility  committee meeting, the regional  board and Village of Sechelt informed  the school board it either joins them  will locate by  the    Sewage  on Lot 2 or they  themselves near  Treatment Plant.  When the school board  representatives seemed to hesitate, it  was Van Egmond who suggested they  go into caucus because there seemed  to be-���'some things we have forgotten."  Van Egmond was no longer even  part of the committee.  And nobody told him to butt out.  Never before have we seen an  elected official take such an active  part in public discussions concerning  his own property. Never before have  we seen everyone sit back and allow it  to happen.  In covering councils, school and  regional boards in other areas, the  Times Editorial staff have seen the  elected officials involved leave the  room at the barest hint of conflict of  interest.  Now we see the school board must  reconsider all its motions concerning  the joint-use facility since September.  There is. a chance the board may  decide to stay in Gibsons after all.  Meanwhile, the delay is hurting.  The fellow waiting to buy the Village  of Sechelt's property may decide the  hassles which are not his fault just  aren't worth it.  Then there will be no money for  Lot 2 and we're back to square one.  / On top of this, there is the cost of  another school trustee election.  It can only happen on the Sunshine  Coast and unfortunately it happens  time and time again.  Environment in new hands  Bill Bennett's cabinet shuffle  wasn't exactly out \*ith the old and in  with the new, but hisappoin'thierit of  Stephen Rogers as Environment  Minister should be of great interest to  us oh the Sunshine Coast.  . As likable a man as Raif Mair is,  he didn't do a good job in his portfolio  of Environment Minister; His handling of the Agricultural Land  Reserve and p.C. Hydro's various  projects including the proposed  Cheekye-Dunsmuir 500 kV line were  not prime examples of what his  department is supposed to do.  It is our understanding that Mr.  Rogers is a hardworking man and we  should be able to expect great things  from him.  We hope that with a' new environment minister, there will be a  new look at the various optional  Hydro routes across the Peninsula.  Indeed, one of his first tasks, will  be to decide whether his deparment  will be holding a public meeting on  the Hydro line. He will also have to  decide whether he wants to attend the  inquiry by the Sunshine Coast  Regional District.  We wish Mr. Rogers all the best in  his new job and we hope that he will  come up with a solution to the Hydro  line which we can all live with.  About those unsigned letters  This newspaper has received a few  unsigned letters from the staff of St.  Mary's hospital commenting on  articles written about the problems  there,  Although it is pointed out in these  letters, that nurses are afraid to  speak out for fear of intimidation and  reprisal from the administration, we  are unable to print unsigned letters.  All letters must be signed ��� we  will at times, upon request by the  letter writer withhold the identity in  exceptional circumstances.  The reason why we request that  the letter be signed is so that we may  check out the authenticity of the  letter.  The recent i^ettergate Scandal"  k; nn nviirnpic of what could happen to  newspapers if they began running  unsigned letters or could not check  the authenticity of those letters.  So please, If you feel you have  The PENiNSULA^Iw��eA  Published Wcdnouliiys al ScclieH  on B.C.'s Sunshine Const  by  The Peninsula TlmcN  Cor Westprcs Publications Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C,  Box.110 ��� Sechelt, B.C.  VON .MO  IMwncHB5.3Wl  Contributors:  Div. 7, Sechelt niemeiitary  Uoheit I'oxull  Vcru Giesbrecht  Kutli Forrester  Maurice IIcnulreel  Jennie Norton  Murrio Redman  Bruce Robinson  finy Symonris  Mfiflon Alsnftcr  Peggy Connor  Doris I'dwiinkon  something Important to say, but feel  the printing of your name may put  you in jeopardy ��� please contact us  with that information. We will protect  our sources.  Setting the  record straight  on the bus  Editor,  The Tunes:  Re: Sunshine Coast Community Service Society New Mini Bus.  I would like to thank you for the  publicity given to the arrival of the new  bus. However, there are a couple of errors  of fact in the write up, and I ask that you  publish this letter in order to put the  record straight. '  The GM dealership has not donated the  bus. It is actually leased from the  dealership. Operation of the bus involves  two paid staff positions ��� a driver and a  dispatcher. Volunteer drivers are extensively used and much appreciated but  not on the minUbus, Those transported on  the bus would not otherwise use taxi  service for a variety of reasons.  The Ministry. of Human Resources  provides the bulk of the money for  operation which amounts to some $10,000  plus per annum. Some revenue is derived  by way of donations. We are grateful to  both services.  Bud Koch  Sunshine GM.  REFLECTIONS  Managing the news or being managed by it  'By VERN GIESBRECHT  There are red faces at the BBC these  days, following disclosures that the  esteemed radio ahd television service  "staged" some news stories, including an  item on massage parlors, and possibly cooperated with the IRA to film a raid on the  village of Carrickmore.  Charges that the news media often  manages the news instead of simply  reporting it are nothing new, but the  revelations about the BBC are startling to  Britons because, according to a Canadian  Press story from London, "the measured  tones of the unsmiling BBC newsreader  equates with the vicar's Sunday sermon in  veracity."  Although the BBC denies co-operating  with the IRA, the corporation admits  staging a segment of a documentary  called Soho After Dark which showed  scenes in a massage parlor.  After British newspapers exposed the  incident, the BBC admitted it had provided  the man in the shabby raincoat and had  also hired the two girls.  Other film crews have also been  charged recently with setting up dramatic  scenes to enhance their pictures. In  Rhodesia, a film crew allegedly tossed  Letters to the Editor  Operation Eyesight Universal  .Editor,"  The Times:  1979 is the Year of the Child, but for  Operation Eyesight Universal (OEU),  every year is the year of.the child. OEU  has over 30 projects in 11 different countries with special emphasis on prevention  of blindness in children of Asia, Africa ahd  Latin America. Last year, OEU teainis  opened over.40,000 blind eyes.and, many,,,.  many thousands more were prevented^  from going blind.  OEU's school program in Kenya  brought down the incidence of trachoma  from 39 per cent to 13 per cent with the  help of six mobile eye units. OEU is also  active in training eye specialists and  paramedics because many countries have  less than one eye specialist per million of  the population. OEU is small, but indeed a  very effective humanitarian organization.  Operation Eyesight Universale Christmas  fund raising campaign is well underway.  The slogan for the campaign is  "Sponsor blind destitutes for the priceless  gift of sight, make someone see this  Christmas". We strongly urge all churches, service clubs, schools, labour and  corporate bodies and the individuals to ,  help restore sight to as many blind folk as  possible by simple cataract surgery.  Art Jenkyns, president of OEU, who  recently received the Order of Canada for  his efforts, had his eyes opened to the need  of   children   of  developing  world   for  programs to restore sight and prevent  blindness, when in 1963, he heard Dr. Ben  Gullison (Canadian medical missionary,  who served blind destitutes for over forty  years in South India), hi his church in  Calgary. Art was so moved that he, along  with some business associates started  OEU with the 1963 budget being less than  $1000. This year, itis-mb^mah^l'millibri;  An NBC TV special bh^hada "fieybhd  Niagara" pointed out that while Alberta  used to be known for its wheat and cattle,  then for its oil, it is now known for its world  famous organization called 'Operation  Eyesight'.  Douglas Roche, MP, Edmonton, in his  book "Justice Not Charity", starts the  chapter on non-government organizations  (NGO) by paying high tribute to OEU. So  does the Canadian International  Development Agency (CIDA) in their  brochure on NGO.  Last year, many schools supported  OEU Kids in Willows Elementary School,  Victoria, collected $472 in pennies!  Can you imagine the joy of a child who  sees his mother for the first time! The  story of OEU is the story of continued  miracles. And miracles of sight cost so  little. $25.pays for surgery of both eyes, 10  days hospitalization and cataract glasses.  Here, the same operation costs well over  $1000. It is a shame that a person has to  live their whole life in total darkness just  for lack of this small amount!  Donations are matched dollar for dollar  by the federal government, so in effect, it  offers a two-for-one bargain!  OEU is.a person-to-person program.  The donors -receive ID cards giving  names, etc., of persons whose sight was  restored because of the gift.      .  More-.than half of the estimated 40  m_Uol4*lihd brethreflsin our global village J  cafrbe restored if enough fundswereto be7  founds ;''������''���;;'.;��� ':   <k!     '' \Y\ '��� ; ���- ;r,;>  i Many OEU supporters use OEU 'Gift:  Ideas* for friends and loved ones for many  occasions, such as Christmas, anniversaries, birthdays and memorial or  floral tributes. Why don't you try this year  for Christmas? Send OEU name and  address of persons for whom you want this  "Gift", and OEU will send your friends  Christmas letters, briefly telling the  Operation Eyesight story and giving your  Christmas Greetings, along with the ID  cards, stating names, etc., of the persqns  whose sight was restored because of your  gift. The receipt for income tax will be sent  to you in your name.  We urge you to do yourself a favour  right now. Feel the joy of giving sight.  Sponsor blind destitutes for the priceless  gift of sight this Christmas.  Tax deductible donations can be sent  to: Operation Eyesight, P.O. Box 123,  Calgary, Alberta T2P 2H6.  BishBhagwanani  Victoria, B.C.  Howdie tells us what we-all wanna hear  Most of you probably don't realize we  have the nephew of Maurice Hemstreet  (our square dance columnist) working in  our backroom as a part-time political  analyst.  Well we do, and a few weeks back we  gave him probably his toughest assignment yet.  "Howdlo, we want you to develop a  concise questional��� which we will put in  the paper asking the people on the Coast to  compare the three newspapers," I said  mustering my best editorial voice.  "We want facts and we want the truth -  good or bad, I can take lt."  The following Is Howdlo Hemstrcet's  report unedited...'  Hello dere folks, wanna hears a joke  about a pole? - no not nn ethnic Joke I'sa  talkln about the kind you take from a  questionnaire.  Well wc put this here questionnaire Into  tills here newspaper two or three weeks  ago (maybe lt was 0 month ago, but who  really cares about details).  Well folks wcae gots some of tho  weirdest results. I'm suro It will shocks  and surprise youso so much, you will never  reads another paper other than ours. (At  lenst that what I think my editor wanted  me to say)  What, youac never seen the questionnaire? Golly gee you must of been ono of  the many folks wc was wondcrln bouts who  never bothered filling lt In.  Don't matter a bit anyways cause we  new right from tho start this wasn't gonna  be what* you calls one of them aclentlf leal  Mm, ,_ ._��� ,,..,_ ,,..,  If'n It was a sclentiflcnl document wo  woulda of has to have paid at least $5000,  and wnddn wo woulda of got? - tho truth.  Believe me, the truth Is fine when your Job  Isn't at steak, but Vs ain't so dumb as to  Carillon  Kj\  With BUI Bell  not noes what my bosses wanted.  Noslrrec, we sure don't wants tho truth  when we can gets Just whats we wants  outta my questionnaire.  Fir Instance -100 per cent of all of youse  kind people who responded to the pole says  you had read the Times and we'se thanks  you kindly, (you can pick up your free  payoff, err, I mean claaslfucd anytime  youse wants). Anyways, it really didn't  matters much to us in the first place cause  we knew If you filled out our questionnaire,  which means you had to be rcadln our  paper, youso would have had to say you  had read it. (Tricky of us wasn't it?)  Nope, ln tho final analysis, It don't  matter a bit If all of them other papers  knok uh for the questionnaire, cause we  gots tho results we wanted. Why by doing  our own llttlo pole wo can clnlm a hole  bunch of things. We can use percentages  figures that will dazzle and bewilder youse  Into thinking anything wese wants. Makes  you think we'se the best which we'se.  already news in tho first place, but now wo  can tell you-and if you were gullible  enough into filling our questlonnalro-you'U  probably believe whats we tells you on  uny thing. ��� .,���...������������.,��������.���,.���..,,,-   We can disregard all those nasty mean  things you said abbuts ii (you'really hurt  our fecllns, youso knows that dont you)  because if weae dont says them - whoso  gonna find out? (nya, nyn, nyn)  But realty's now, we are pleased with  the fact that 82 per cent of our readers  found the Times as accurate and more  accurate than tho other two papers  because gosh darn we reely try to tell you  everything wese wants ya to know,  Well enough of this explaining and lets  gets down to the hard facks of whats all 10  respondents told us. (oops Ps wasn't  supposed to tall ya that).  First of all 92 per cent of our readers  didn't find us a biased newspaper  ("phew", said the editor, "you can fool 92  per cent of the people all the time, eight  per cent some of the time and If  those ten people are Interested ln some  waterfront property In Arizona they can  phone 885-3231, and ask for Bill).  In tho case ln readln category, 83.3 per  cent found our paper very easy ta reed.  Unfortunately, based on whata we found In  your written remarks on the bottom of the  questionnaire, 94.4 per cent of the  respondent were illiterate.  In general appearance there seemed to  be a little misunderstanding, wc was  talking about our newspaper, not the  dressing habits of our; rcsporters. Anyways  l$"per' cent of yous tteght bur editor  mam better than John BurhBlde, while  98 per cent thought Margaret Webb looked  better ina dress than both Burnslde and  Bill Bell  This brings us to the remarks on where  you shop. 99 per cent says theys did their  shoppln on the coast during the ferry  strikes and when their cars were brokin  down. One left over hippy from 1968 said  he did all his shoppln somewhere up on Mt.  Elphinstone, but only during the late  summer.  98 per cent of those people who smoked  cigarettes went to their corner stores to  buy their fags after 6 p.m. on weekdays.  Only one person said ho went to Vancouver  to buy his cigarettes and that was only ln  tho spring-time when the goods he got up  at Mt. Elphinstone ran out, (how we got a  two per cent figure with only 10 people  respondln I'se still ha vent figured but yet).  45 por cent said wo handled our news  better than the other papers, Uiough we  did have one complaint about our Regional  Board reporters, from one of their cute  secretaries. "He handles tho news all  right, but I wish he would keep his hands  off me." jr  90 per cent of yoWK says our sports  coverage was as good or bettor than the  competition. However, ono thing keeps a  rolling round ln my mind. It don't make  sense, but the next question asked how  may read our sports section ond only 10  per cent said they did???  Well there It is folks, right there In  black and white and for the guy who shops  up on Mount Elphinstone, purple, green  and yellow.  We tried to tell you the facts as best we  coulds, though let me repeat - this Is not a  scientlf leal document, But please - please  don't, the advertisers won't and If'n the  advertisers dent, then how are my bosses  gonna afford to pay me the money for  compiling this here non scicntlfical  document?  money into garbage cans so it could film  children apparently fighting for food, and  at a London soccer ground, a film crew  that sometimes works for the BBC has  been accused of paying fans to co-operate  in a documentary on violence in sbecer.  It really should be no surprise that the  media sometimes "stages" the news instead of simply reporting it. Newsmakers  use the news media, with yarying degrees  of success, to put themselves in a good  light and reporters and photographers are  not about a little trickery if it will enhance  their stories or pictures.  Demonstrators have been known to  perform vehemently for the TV cameras  and to disperse the moment the last  newsman has departed. Big-time  politicians manipulate the media  blatantly, packing audiences and  sidewalks with instant (and paid) supporters to show the nation how popular  theyare, timing their quotable quotes with  an eye on the 6 o'clock news, staging  elaborate "media events" which have no  substance but will look impressive on film.  People with a "cause" naturally want  to tell trie world about it and if the world,  ���i!&fte^hewsi media,yisn't interested, the  ''taus'e*'v however' urgent^ will have to  wait' until a moite appropriate time.  I was in the Dairy Queen ui Hope some  years ago when I met a man who looked  suspiciously like Chuck Davis, then with  Channel 8's News Hour. Turned out it was  Davis, and he too was waiting for the anti-  police demonstration to begin at the  nearby RCMP detachment. Soon a  busload of demonstrators arrived, the TV  cameras were set up, I checked the f-stop  on my Konica and the demonstration  against "police brutality" began. Thirty  minutes later Davis and the demonstrators had left, mission accomplished,  and I began writing my lead story for the  week.  Two of the most obvious cases of  managing the news I've witnessed occurred during my stay in Port Albernl.  A CBC reporter with a strident voice  bullied a group of demonstrators opposing  the Amchltka nuclear blast to get exactly  the type of shots she wanted. They  complied, almost eagerly, perhaps  because It was such a thrill to be on TV.  The second case involved Vancouver  author Barry Broadfoot (Ten Lost Years,  etc.). Then with the Vancouver Sun,  Broadfoot was doing a profile on Albernl  MLA Howie McDermid and the three of us  travelled to Bamfleld together  Prior to a community meeting called to  protest B. C. Hydro rates, we talked with  the chairman and Broadfoot unabashedly  told him: here's the way you should run  the meeting, start off with this statement,  bring up these points, get support for  sending a telegram and so on.  Suitably Impressed, the chairman did  so and the meeting ran Just as Broadfoot  wanted lt to. Then Broadfoot dashed to a  phone, glanced at his notes and dictated  his story to the Sun newsroom. He had  probably composed the story ln his mind  even before the meeting began.  Despite my experiences ln watching  news being staged and in manipulating it  myself occasionally, I still tend to believe  what I read In newspapers or hear on radio  or watch on television. A large proportion  of the news is probably as factual as It can  be, taking Into account human frailty,  deadline pressures and demands of  editors.  It's sometime* said that pictures don't  He but that's not true. Remember  Stanfleld and Trudeau?  Stanfleld catching a football. Great  picture for the wire service, right, showing  that he's a regular guy? Wrong. I/it's  wait until he drops a throw. Ah, there's live  shot that'll make Page 1 across tho nation.  Trudeau campaigning on a hot day.  Swimming pool, Pierre just happens to  have his trunks with him ond he's a great  swimmer. Press secretaries and PR men  alert the throng of cameramen:  Trudeau's going In for a dip, On the diving  board, Pierre .smiles. A somersault should  do it. Better than a dozen boring  speeches, a thousand handshakes. Here  goes! ���  Managing the news or being managed  by It. Happens all the time. \v  \ \  7i '  More Letters to Edit6r  Wednesday, Nover^r 28,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageA-5  Resident wants answers from ELUC  Ed Note:  We do not usually print letters of this  length, but we believe- some, of the  questions Mr. B.J. Brodeur brings forward  are important and should be asked.  Open letter to;  The Honourable K. Rafe Mair,  Chairman  of the Environment and  Land Use Committee,  Parliament Buildings,  Dear Sir: -..-__ -  It was extremely gratifying to determine the member composition of the  Environment and Land Use Committee  (E.L.U.C.) of which you are the Chairman. A study of the responsibilities and  spheres of concern of the .members of the  committee indicates a thorough coverage  of all the facets which need to be considered in any Land Use deliberation. I  appreciate that you have available and  will require, the expertise and complete  input of all the specialists on the com-.  mittee; in evaluating and deciding upon  the many submissions placed before you.  With this corollory in mind, I find it  difficult to believe that there was consensus, in committee, in deciding to route  the CHEEKYE-DUNSMUIR 500 KV Hydro  electric line over the Sechelt Peninsula  and through the SAKINAW-RUBY lakes  area!  Because of this trepidation and also  because I think there may have been incomplete input, in committee; I request  your indulgence to address the following to  the individual members and the committee as a whole.  A) THE HONOURABLE JAMES J.  HEWITT (Minister of Energy, Mines and  Petroleum Resources) Mandate: "The  development and management of an  energy policy for British Columbia. . ."  Sir, I must presume that you personally  put forward, to the committee, the  requirements for the CHEEKYE-  DUNSMUIR line or, at least, proclaimed  its absolute necessity.  Question No. 1 ��� Were there no queries  from the other members?  Question No. 2 ��� Was there consensus?  Question 3 ��� Was agreement reached  on routing?  Question 4 ��� Is it now your personal  conviction that the line is vital to the near  future energy needs of Vancouver Island?  Absolute necessity must be established  before any other consideration take place!  Question 5 ��� Was this done; in committee?  B) THE HONOURABLE WILLIAM  VANDERZALM >(Ministerru/)f. Municipal-  Affairs) Mandate: "The .management of  Provincial-Municipal, relationships^^ithip  the Prbvince..." Mr. Vander Zalm, your  mandate would lead me, to believe that in  this matter you would assume a profile  lower than is your wont. However, I  believe that you would have had pertinent  input, in committee, if you had attended a  meeting concerning this.  Question 6 ��� Did you?  Question 7 -- What input did you make?  C) THE HONOURABLE ALEXANDER V. FRASER (Minister of Transportation, Communications and, Highways) Mandate: "The development of an  overall   Transportation   and   Com  munications policy for the Province of  British Columbia. . ."  Question 8 ��� Sir, in the realm of  transportation; was the intent to add more  high tension cables to our skies, with the  resultant hazard increase to aircraft,  discussed in committee?  Question 9 ��� What was your stand  concernihgthis?  Question 10 ��� Did the committee vote  to accept this additional hazard as part of  the price to pay for inaugurating the new  lines? Concerning communications: We  are in an area, on the Sechelt Peninsula,  dominated by the Caren Range of  mountains which is higher than Grouse  Mountain in North Vancouver. We are  further confronted with a geographical  complexity of straits, bays, harburs, inlets  and lakes. Because of this location we are  subjected to radio and T.V. propagation  vagaries second to none. In fact our  reception varies from fair through poor to-.  nil! Now, in the eleven years since I have*  been here I have noticed an increasing  amount of electrical capability expansion  with a corresponding deterioration of  reception quality. (You do not have to  believe me, just turn your car radio on  anywhere between Halfmoon Bay" and  Earl Cove, on highway 101. If that seems  inconclusive, please come to my house and  strain to watch the T.V. We have two  choices, 1) ON or 2) OFF on channel six.  The building of a 500 kv cable system over  our area will be receptionally catastrophic  for some people, depending on proximity.  . Question 11 ��� Will you, categorically  state this will not occur? I invite you to do  so! Further, what of the physical damage  to animals (we being hot the least of these)  which could be occasioned by the massive  output of radiated electro-magnetic waves  near the lines!  Question 12 ��� Will you assure us there  is no physiological danger to ourselves or  our future progeny?  Question 13 ��� Who will communicate  this assurance, if there be one, to other  animals, birds and reptiles?  Question 14 ��� If there be danger, how  will they be warned?  Question 15 ��� So, Sir, did you bring  these matters up at the meeting?.  Question 16 ��� what were the decisions?  Question 17 ��� Were all the above  detriments acceptable, and an additional  price the committee was prepared to pay  to persue the construction of this line?  D) THE HONOURABLE JAMES J.  HEWITT (Minister of Agriculture)  Mandate: "Thepromotion of agricultural  enterprise in .the Province of British  Columbia." Mr. Hewitt, you are aware-I  am sure that this area does not envelop  any large truly agricultural reserves;  Nevertheless there are an increasing  number of stubborn persons, like myself,  who refuse to be cowed by our inhospitable  terrain and who coax fruit and vegetables  from the ground. Should these power lines  pass over or near any such gardens (some  as large as 22 acres), any 1) aerial  spraying 2) leeching or 3) electromagnetic radiations will preclude individuals the right to work their land!  Question 18 ��� Was this drawback to  line construction placed before the  committee by yourself?  .Question 19 ��� What are your personal  feelings about,an individual's right to  supplement purchased food these days?  (This is not a f rivilous matter to those of us  who may become involved. Our own orchard and gardens have extracted j  thousand * of! iours labour . om my husband  and myself in tne last eieven years!)  E) THE HONOURABLE ROBERT H.  McCLELLAND (Minister of Health)  Mandate: "The maintenance and improvement of total health programs for the  people of British Columbia."  Sir, as an adjunct to your broad  mandate I would presume that you would  be anxious concerning anything which  could, degenerate the health of any  segment of the population of B.C. Ergo, it  follows that erection of these lines should  dismay - you. 1) Electro-magnetic  radiations near it, 2) Land and water  contamination and poisoning from  chemical herbicidal clearing. (In this  regard there are at least three hundred  families involved at Ruby and Sakinaw  Lakes alone, ^hn ^ve "Ripairian  Rights". I will defini the ^rights: a person  who "is legally entitled w have the water'  flow through or past his land in its natural  state in regard to both quality and  quantity.. ." The key words in this case  and to us, are "natural1 state" and  "quality"! Surely it was incumbent upon  you to advise the committee that the  construction of the powerline over or near  the lakes and the probable, herbicidal  clearing of that line could negate these  rights!)  Question 20 ��� Did you? This matter,  "quality of water", is the overall vital one;  ���concerning all people whose domestic  water comes from places anywhere  transversed by the proposed line. This  CAN NOT be overemphasized! I refuse to  allow my water to be further contaminated by chemical clearing! No one;  E.L.U.C. or B.C. Hydro, can be condoned  in trying to rescind that right! I am absolutely adamant and demanding in this  regard! NO.FORM OF LIFE SURVIVES  WITHOUT POTABLE WATER!!  F) THE HONOURABLE DONALD M.  PHILLIPS (Minister of Economic  Development and Minister of Tourism and  Small Business Development) Mandates,  respectively; 1) "The encouragement,, in  cooperation with the new Ministry of  Tourism and Small Business Development  and the British Columbia Development  Corporation, of small business enterprises  within British���Gokimbia." .,,..,  yr2) VThe,prbmotion,.of, the hospitality  andtravel industry within the Province of  British Columbia." Mr. Phillips, I personally recall your very successful efforts  as President, the Dawson Creek Chamber  of Commerce in the early 1960's. From my  memory of your beliefs and actions then, I  know you are admirably equipped to  administer the above two portfolios. With  that zeal in mind, that you always showed  in building business, I draw the following  to your attention; The southern part of the  Sunshine Coast (viz. Earl Cove to Port  Mellon) is unique in B.C. Although we are  close enough In distance to be another  Vancouver bedroom, we are far enough in  transportation facilities, to enjoy a  measure of privacy. Because of this there  are few major businesses, or industries  here. Those businesses which do exist are  mostly ones which you should foster under  your ministries. Marinas, motels,  restaurants, fishing guides and charters,  boat works, building supplies and the  many support stores required to service a  population of 10,000 ih the winter but  possibly up to 40,000 in the summer!  Already it must be evident to you that this  area is a tourist and summer vacationer's  mecca. It would therefore be a travesty to  permit anything to detract from the furtherance and nourishment of business and  tourism here! It is my contention that  building unsightly, costly and environmentally objectionable, 500 KV  Hydro Lines across this peninsula does  precisely that! Irreparable visual and  aesthetic damage will occur to two very  beautiful and pristine lakes; Ruby and  Sakinaw!  Question 21 ��� Sir, considering the  above, do you not have doubts as to the  efficacy of this line?  Question 22 ��� Was this aspect  discussed in committee?  Question 23 ��� Who presented it?  Question 24 ��� What was your stand?  I trust in your honourableness to answer these questions fairly.  G) THE HONOURABLE THOMAS M.  WATERLAND (Minister of Forests)  Mandate: Management and conservation  of all forest resources^within the Province  of British Columbia." Sir, your simple  mandate is that in word only. No more  challenging, exacting or rewarding task  could be executed by a minister of the  Provincial Crown. This is THE forest  province! Indirectly,. growing trees  contribute much to the B.C. quality of life.  They hamper erosion, foster wildlife,  stabilize creek, river and lake shores and  enhance other vegetation. The removal of  these trees, arbitrarily, in a swath some  five hundred feet wide from Cheekye to  Dunsmuir, is certainly not going to permit  them the useful, vital roles mentioned  here. In addition, these threes would serve  us and nature better if they were permitted to grow to their prime. Then they  could be selectively logged rather than  razed now for a questionable power line.  Question 25 ��� Did you, Mr. Waterland,  discuss any of the foregoing when the  committee met to consider the Cheekye-  Dunsmuir proposal?  ^Question 26 ��� Were your observations  for;,or against the line?  SCRD expalins position ��� asks for input  Ed Note: The following is the text of a  letter sent out to various levels of  government by the Sunshine Coast  Regional District concerning the planned  inquiry Into the B.C. Hydro Cheekye to  Dunsmuir 500 kV transmission line.  Dear Sirs:  Re: Proposed Cheekye-Dunsmuir 500  kV Transmission Line  The Sunshine Coast Regional District  Board, at a regular meeting held on  November 15,1979, reviewed Its position In  reference to the above subject. After  considering all of the pertinent data  presently available to the Board, lt was  felt that two concerns were still ln  evidence:  u) The Board remains unanimously  opposed to the proposed routing of the  Cheekye-Dunsmuir line across tho Northern portion of the Sunshine Coast.  b) A number of directors are still  concerned that not nil Information In  reference to the Justification of the line has  been discussed or made available for  discussion.  In order to obtain sufficient information on which to base an Intelligent  decision und-or to make recommendations, the Regional Board has  appointed n select committee to convene a  formal inquiry Into the necessity ond tho  location of the proposed transmission line.  The date, time and place of the Inquiry will  fester Vtcfovt  be announced after all parties involved  have been contacted.  The Inquiry committee will be composed of the Chairman and two directors  who will prepare a list of questions related  to various aspects'of this major hydro  project. The public is also being invited to  submit questions beforehand for- consideration by the committee members.  The following gentlemen will be  requested to attend the Inquiry and each  will be supplied beforehand with a series  of questions related to their field .of expertise, In order that they may prepare  detailed responses:  Mr. Robert Bonner, Chairman B.C.  Hydro & Power Authority  The Honourable Rafe Mair, Minister  Ministry of the Environment  Mr. Marvin Shaffer, Economist Marvin  Shaffer and Associates  Mr. Paul Jones, WasteWood Hog Fuel  Report (outlining the co-generation of hog  fuel on Vancouver Island)  Mr. N.R. Glsh, Chairman B.C. Energy  Commission  The HQnMUrable Mr, James Hewitt,  Minister Ministry of Energy, Mines and  Petroleum Resources  Mr. R.K. Kidd, Vice-President Gas  Operations & Energy Conservation B.C.  Hydro & Power Authority  Mr. Bain Vance Pesticide Control  All sessions of the Inquiry will be  conducted In public and a copy of the  proceedings will be published. It is the  unanimous decision of the Regional Board  that a committee of inquiry is the most  effective forum in which to discuss these  vital issues rather than organizing a third  public meeting or holding a quasi-judicial  hearing pursuant to section 182 of the  Municipal Act.  We invite your participation in order to  ensure that all pertinent information  regarding the location of the line and the  need for power to Vancouver Island Is  obtained. Questions or briefs should be  forwarded to the Committee for consideration as soon as possible.  As a final note I would like to reassure  your Board-Council that it Is not the Intention of the Sunshine Coast Regional  District Board to deny needed power to the  residents of Vancouver Island; however  we wish to assure ourselves that all  relevant facta and alternatives were  considered by the Provincial Cabinet when  it approved the construction of tho 600 kV  transmission line, There is little doubt that  the line will have serious social, economic  and environmental Impact on the  residents pf the Sunshine Coast j and as the  local representatives of these people, the  Board Is charged with the responsibility of  ensuring that their Interests are well and  truly served.  Thanking you for your patience and  cooperation, I remain  Yours sincerely,  Ed Nicholson, Chairman  Sunshine Coast Regional District  BY MARK TURRIS  WHAT* ON?  | OUST THI NRVI9  KTMAT7  HlH?OMH��'*  TMf Bum* titttrsntt  th*t* oz��e,  l  O&ar* ftc who?  W.��_/  rhntiY feu  1H(*1U> 1AT THAT..  WHaT Htvrtnto.  TH   P*Aft*_N?//  /  \    Question 27 ��� Was there consensus,  >, from your point of view?  H) THE HONOURABLE JAMES R.  CHABOT (Minister of Lands, Parks and  Housing) Mandate: ". . .the en-  , couragement of the best use of Crown  Land for. agricultural, RESIDENTIAL,  industrial, commercial . and  RECREATIONAL opportunities within  the Province of British Columbia." Sir,  allow me to select the two areas of your  concern underlined above. I presume you  are aware that there are many Crown  Leases on both Rudy and Sakinaw Lakes. I  further presume you know that there  exists a "Park Reserve" on Ruby Lake. I  continue presuming that you know there  are approximately six separate crown  land areas on Sakinaw Lake, as small as  one hectare and as large as one hundred  and sixty acres, map annotated for  possible future recreational park use.  Question 28���Knowing the above, were  you distressed at the prospect of a hydro  easement defacing the beauty and  . serenity of this lake?  Question 29 ��� Did you advise the  committee that you thought the introduction of the power line would detract  from the natural splendor and attractiveness of the area?  Question 30 ��� What did they say?  Question 31 ��� Do you still wish to see  the line built across or near Sakinaw  Lake?  Question 32 ��� Why?  Sir, I submit that future generations  living on or touring this peninsula will hold  us responsible for its configuration and  appearance. People will not live in or visit  the ugly, unappealing product of our  shortsightedness.  I) THE HONOURABLE RAFE MAIR  (Minister of the Environment) Mandate:  ' "The maintenance of a quality habitat, for  humans, wildlife and fish within British  Columbia." Finally, I return to addressing  you sir; with observations, questions and a  summation.  Observations: My first observation is  that your mandate places an awesome  responsibility upon you! Coupled with that  responsibility, however, you have been  given awesome authority and position!  "Minister Responsible" for:  1) Pollution Control Board.  2) B.C. Land Commission.  3) Agricultural Land Commission.  4) Pesticide Control Appeal Board; to  name those I have been able to discover.  My second observation is that such  tremendous, unilateral power places you  in an unenviable posture when it comes to  your accountability to we, the "HUMANS"  of British Columbia. (Fortunately we have  the capability, unlike the "wildlife and  fish" to require an accounting!) In this  regard; I request and challenge you, in  your sincere conscience, to have your  committee members answer the specific  questions which have been directed to  each of them. I further desire and exhort  you to reply to this letter including their  unedited comments! I am convinced, that  in this demand I have the backing of fifty  thousand plus expectant residents of the  Sunshine Coast! (Your answers will be  promulgated, as this letter has been, to all  information addressees!) As a closing  observation I wish to categorically state  and assure you that should B.C. Hydro  request an easement over my property for  these lines, they will obtain it ONLY by  litigation!  Questions:  Question 33 ��� Did you chair a meeting,  or meetings, concerning these lines, attended by the other eight members of the  committee?  Question 34 ��� What were the dates of  these meetings?  Question 35 ��� Were minutes kept?  Question 36 ��� May we, the public,  peruse these minutes?  Question 37 ��� Do you truly believe, in  your capacity as "Environmental  Overseer" for the Province, that these  lines do not jeopardize our land?  Summation: This letter asks specific  questions of individuals which I feel they  are honour bound to answer! It queries the  requirement for the lines! It enumerates  many perpetrations to the environment! It  upholds justice for individuals! Lastly it  proclaims unequivocally, the right of the  people to hold their political representatives publicly accountable for their  decisions!  In closing I state absolutely that this  letter is written on purely environmental  grounds and IS NOT intended as A  POLITICAL GAMBIT! y  Very sincerely,  B.J.BRODEUR  (MRS. P. V. BRODEUR)  Christian Science  ' 'Ye must be born again.' '��� John 3: 7). So  said Jesus to Nicodemus. 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MARY'S, SECHELT  DL 2180  885-5111  V \        y  PageA-6  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, November 28, lfl?9   _���m   ~h *^kYY_y,'iy&U'&  >> -< $ \%\y�� s- y. y- .^r^-���  *->m- c'>7>7'i.7." i'/.i0^r:%  Sechelf notes  Recycled thrift  by Peggy Connor 885-9347  Thursday, November 29 starting at 10  a.m. to 1 p.m. there will be newly made  articles for sale at the Auxiliaries Thrift  shop in Sechelt.  The enterprising ladies have picked out  some of the new material turned into the  thrift shop and made items for Christmas  gift giving, such as toys, potholders etc.  one lady has even made two quilts. A  separate table will be set up with the crafts  for sale.  "MARINE DISTRESS"  A hunter who failed to rendezvous at  the right time saved five people from a  miserable night on Bertha Rock.  Don Hadden of Selma Park in his  fourteen foot boat was to pick up his friend  off Thormanby Island at 3 p.m., while  fishing and waiting for him to show up he  saw a fire on Bertha Rock. Knowing it  must be a signal he approached as close as  he dared with the swell that was running,  and found five people stranded on the rock.  The time 6 p.m.  Don managed to take a ten year old boy  and his father into his boat and called on  his CB. for assistance. His call was answered by the Colletts, principal  lightkeepers on Merry Island Lightstation  who in turn put in a call to the Coast  Guard. The Coast Guard vessel, thought  to be the "Ready" responded immediately  rescuing the rest of the family and taking  them to Halfmoon Bay Wharf, it was  necessary for the Ready to launch their  Zodiac to be able to get in to do the rescue.  The family believed to be from the  White Rock.area were in a thirty-sue foot'  luxury vessel with two engines which hit a  log and filled up rapidly with water. The  group managed to escape before the boat  sank out of sight. Taking to the sea in their  inflatable dinghy.Perhaps notknowingthe  area they landed on the rock and not-the  main part of the island although it still is a  long hike to the civilized end of Thor-  mamby.  And the hunter, well he finally made it  to Buccaneer Bay to the payphone to say  he was o.k. and spending the night on the  island. * ���  The rescued party spent the night at the  Haddens, then were driven down to the  ferry in the morning.  SUNSHINE COAST  POWER SQUADRON MEET  The meeting of the Sunshine Coast  Power Squadron held on Friday,  November 16 at the Welcome Beach Hall,  the squadron now has sixty members, 15  lady associates and two junior associates,  outgrowing meeting at members homes.  Guests were Pacific Mainland District  Bridge and Lady Associates for a total of  twenty-one, all of whom were billeted by  the local squadron. District Commander  Charles and wife Doris Farrand were  guests of Sunshine Coast Commander Don  and Hazel Hadden along with District  Training Officer Barbara Dyck.  The talk, on this their annual visit, was  on various aspects of training, with a lady  Advertisings  helps you  know why.  CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORY BOARD  Pender Harbour happenings  New Year's Dance  by Doris Edwardson 883-2308  training officer it proves that it is true in  this organization the ladies may do any job  the men can do, join and be a full fledged  member or continue as a lady associate,  membership is still based on passing the  first piloting course.  Guest speaker, was Norm Hacking,  marine and waterfront columnist for  Vancouver daily papers for past forty  years, he entertained with his rich sea  stories and anecdotes. Mr. Hacking was  hosted by his long time friend Captain Bill  Dolmage of Halfmoon Bay.  P.E.P.-ALERT  Emergency procedure for the coastal  area ��� is on the front page of your phone  book.  If you are in doubt as to an emergency  phone the local Provincial emergency  Program Co-ordinator Art McPhee at 885-  3540.  ARTS CONCERT  The concert of local artists held at  Elphinstone Secondary School November  17, was the first of a series to be given by  the Sunshine Coast Arts Council.  Peggy Burritt, soprano of Gibsons sang  beautifully and the violinist Laurie  Townsend was much enjoyed, Joan  Wilkins accompanied Mrs. Burritt with  Pat Stuart on the piano for Laurie.  While the music was excellent the  turnout was very poor.  . ARTS COUNCIL GREEK NIGHT  The special events group for the Sunshine Arts Council's Greek night was held  also on November 17 at the Arts Centre.  Linda Gates was the lady in charge, the  plan was for each person to bring a Greek  dish, people found themselves making  dishes they had never heard of before,  even the men showed their culinary skill,  one made a particularly good annise  bread. There was paklava, spuflaki, pita,  exotic dishes that I can't even spell but all  enjoyed, cautioned that everyone was not  to bring Greek salad resulted in only one  appearing.  The dancing was fabulous, "fun for all,  Nancy McLeod and Adrian Belshaw instructed everyone where to put their feet,  the music started and the dancers were off  and dancing.  Another International type night is  planned for January.  CHILDRENS ART  The year of the child, so honoring  children by a display of their art is what is  happening at the Arts Centre on Trail and  Medusa, a good show to see. Open between  10 and 4 every day but Monday, open  Sunday afternoon.  TOM WOOD  The last few years Tom Wood has been  easily recognizable as the man with the  pipe as he sat in his wheelchair in St.  Mary's Hospital extended care unit. The  light in his eye and his friendly smile were  good Indication of the kind of man he was.  He died at'the age of 98 on November  13, looking at least twenty years younger.  Working in many logging camps with  machinery he was well known and greatly  thought of by all who knew him, highly  respected by fellow workers, his looks that  belled his age enabled him to work well  passed retiring age..  Funeral services were held at Devlin  Funeral Homo on November 16, the Royal  Canadian Legion Branch 140 contingent  was led by Les Brown.  The Royal Canadian Legion Br. 112 is'  having a New Year's Dance. Tickets will  be limited and will be $25 per couple, $15  single. They will go on sale December 7 at  the Legion. Food will be buffet style, there  will be spot dances and party favours plus  a door prize. Music will be by Russ Clark,  so there should be a swinging good time in  the Legion Hall New Years Eve. Dancing  will be from 9 till 1 a.m.  GARDEN BAY NEWS  The Garden Bay Hotel is having live  entertainment on Friday and Saturday  nights in the form of sing-a-longs etc. Jim  Morris and Art Bishop are the musicians.  Go listen to some good old time songs with  guitar and other instruments accompanying.  RUMOUR  The Sparerib King (Brian Schaffer) is  going to return to Pender and cook at the  P.H. Hotel again.  ARTS AND CRAFTS BAZAAR  There are only three days left' till the  Big Arts & Crafts Bazaar sponsored by the  P.H. Health Clinic Auxiliary. The Date?  Its December 1 at the Madeira Park  Community Hall from 11 a.m. onwards.  Many artists have been preparing for this  display so be sure not to miss it. This will  be an ideal time for you to do your Xmas  shopping. Delicious homemade sandwiches will be made to order also tea,  coffee and goodies. Don't forget the raffles  as there are many. See you there.  SO YOU WANT TO BURN WOOD?  The following is a list of the costs to  equip a house with a wood-burning stove.  It was compiled by an anonymous wood  burner in the Pender Harbour area.  EXPENSES  Stove, pipe, fittings, etc $ 400.00  Installation   150.00  ChainSaw   175.00  Gas & Chain saw maintenance ... 75.00  Four wheel drive pickup  7,500.00  Four wh. dr. maintenance  750.00  Two cases of beer   20.00  Two new rear windows for p.u��� 200.00  Fine for cutting wood in Park . i.. 500.00  Fine for Uttering in Park  250.00  Towing bill -pulling p.u. from  Log splitter     150.00  Doctor bill, removing splinter  from eye 50.00  Safety glasses ,    15.00  Dr. bill sewing gash in foot      75.00  Safety boots...".     100.00  Tetanus shot for chipmunk bite ..     20.00  Install CB radio in P.U     197.00  Side mirrors for P.U     100.00  New livingroom carpet      950.00  Paint wall & ceiling      50.00  Doctor bill burned hand    > 35.00  Work days lost-injuries     200.00  Gov't license to burn      25.00  Divorce settlement  (outof court)  .29,000.00  Savings on fuel bill  t  125.00  Cost of burning wood,  first year $40,912.00  I  The Meat Market J  We Guarantee  ��� Service  ��� Quality Freshness  uNo Surprises"  LAY-AWAY NO  FOR CHRISTMAS  ���on  WE HAVE  GIFT CERTIFICATES  creek  50.00  a othar Pl��atur��i  See our New Stock of  Handmade Country Style Glfta  ��� KoiIUh Watt**  ��� fZ��m  ��� StotnU $t*m-  ��� fetyctUAtf  AlSOs  Old Fashioned Country Candy  Unique Christmas Cards   ~ And Wr ��pplnti   HoMM ��� Mttom��4  Tu*f. to lot. School Road  11 a.m. to A p.m.      Olbioru 604-9398  Order Your  FRESH  CHRISTMAS TURKEYS  to insure supply  ?    106 Cedar Plaza, Gibsons 886-2412   j  Use 'TIMES' Adbriefs to Sea Rent Buy, Swap etc.  Senior photo  contest awards  By:   ROBERT FOXALL $L\  - The highlight of our Fourth Thursday  Party this month was the awarding of the  Photo Contest Prizes as allocated by  Contest Judge Margaret Werb. The  quality was such that Margaret had difficulty in placing some of them and so it  was decided to award some extra prizes.  First Prize went to Rene Crowell, second  to Larry Grafton and the three runners-up  were Evelyn Bushell, Mary Eldred and  Marg Garland. The photography was  excellent and the subjects all fitted In the  Category of "Animals In Action"  Congratulations to the winners. <  Part of the afternoon was spent in  playing Bingo with one member being  lucky enough to win three Bingos in the  afternoon.  While we could not see our way clear to  pave the front at the present time we did  invest In a few yards of Crusher Dust and  spread It around to fill the potholes and  eliminate the puddles which have been  bothering.  Here is the program for the next few  weeks:- Dec. 4. Executive Meeting at 10  A.M., Dec. 13 at noon, Christmas Dinner.  Dec. 18th Bus Tour Into Vancouver. Dec. 20  Monthly Meeting and installation of Officers. While I have not checked I doubt  that we will have a Fourth Thursday this  month. After all we will hardly be  recovered from Christmas. If I am wrong  I can soon correct the matter ln the next  report.  Secretary Kay asks that anyone  holding tickets for the Christmas Dinner  and unable to attend let her know Immediately because she has a waiting list  and the seat does not need to go empty.  New Years Party Tickets are now  available from either Joyce Scott at 885-  2401 or Secretary Kay at 885-3184.  Dancing and Carpet Bowling will  contlnuo ns usual until we are right Into  tho Christmas Holidays.  AREA RUGS!  PUT THEM ON THE FLOOR.  HANG THEM ON THE WALL  GREAT FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS.  ^fc.  WHICHEVER WAY YOU USE THEM THEY WILL ADD  ZEST TO ANY ROOM EIGHT INCREDIBLE BEAUTIFUL  PATTERNS IN 4 COLOR COMBINATIONS:   ivory taupe  IVORY/RUST  IVORY/BLUE  3 SIZES     9 x 12 $239.95  6x9 $129.95  4x6 $54.95  BEIGE /BLACK  KEN DEVRIES & SON LTD  FLOORCOVERINGS .  SECHELT 885-3424  WINDOW ACCESSORIES  GIBSONS 886-7112  ,i,;ty  "' 1: '  V,iV  s �����<  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  NOT USING IT  GOULD COST  YOUR BUSINESS  A BUNDLE.  With all the other problems  of operating a small business, it's  sometimes easy to put off or  overlook the, responsibility of  ensuring that your business is  protected by the Workers'  Compensation Board.  And that could be one of  the most expensive omissions  you ever made.  Because, if one of your  workers is involved in an on  the-job accident, you would  be liable for the entire  cost of his injuries and  rehabilitation���a cost that  could be many times that of  compensation coverage.  Don't risk it. A simple phone  call or visit to any W.C.B. office will  give you all the information you  need about compulsory or elective  coverage. You'll find that, for a  small cost, you can buy a big piece  of "peace of mind", J  EMPLOYEES: if you're not sure  about your coverage, discuss  this ad with your employer  or call the Assessment  Department in your nearest  W.C.B. office.  WORKERS COfTlPENSATION BOARD  OF BRITISH COLUfTlBIA IT'S TRICKY business reaching tor a  winner. Retired judge Charles Mit-  tlesteadt dug deep and came up with  three winners for the Sechelt  Chamber of Commerce draw last  Saturday in the Trail Bay Mall.  Winner of the Sunshine GM Chevette  is Don Matthews of Gibsons. The  week for two in Reno was won by D.  Starbuck of Gibsons and the car  stereo by A. Pohl of Sechelt.  SOUR HEATING  DEALER  B.C. based Solar Company requires a dealer to develop the Sechelt  market.  Must be a.self starter, marketing oriented, energy conscious. Would  be required to make estimates, give' quotations and install -solar  systems.  Reply to: Bydand Solar Centre Ltd.  P.O. Box 33744, Stn. "D"  Vancouver, B.C. V6J 4L6  112-731-4171  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING  .a-.'  PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  TOllNG-Y^JWV NO. 241,19*3 "i  Pursuant to Section 703 of the Municipal Act a PUBLIC HEARING will  be held in the Municipal Hall, 1490 South Fletcher Road, Gibsons,  B.C. on Wednesday, December 5, 1979 at 7:00 p.m. to consider  Zoning Amendment By-law No. 349, 1979. At the Hearing all  persons who deem their interest in property affected by the  proposed by-jaw shall be afforded an opportunity to be heard on  matters contained in the, by-law.  The intent of the by-law is to amend the present zoning on the  following described property as noted below:  1. that certain parcel or parcels of property more peculiarly known  and described as; the westerly 76-feet of Lot 1, Bl. 16, D.L. 685,  Plan 7109 be re-zoned from Comroercial-2 (C-2) to Residential-2  (R-2).  2. than certain parcel or parcels of property more peculiarly known  and described as; the easterly 193-feet more or less of Lot 4, Bl.  16, D.L. 685, Plan 7109 ... be re-zoned from Residential-2 (R-2).  3. that certain parcel or parcels of property more peculiarly known  and described as; Lot 1, Bl. 3, of BIpcksB&C, D.L. 685, Plan 6318  --   be re-zoned from Residential-2 (R-2) to Residential-3 (R-3).  4. that certain parcel or parcels of property more peculiarly known  as; Lots 15,16, 17 and 18, Blocks K & 9, Bl. 6, D.L. 686, Plan 4028  - to be re-zoned from Residential Multi-Family 3 (RM.3) to  Commercial 2 (C.2).  5.. that certain parcel or parcels of property more peculiarly known  and described as; Lots 2, 3, and 4 of Parcel "A", Bl. "C", D.L. 686,  Plan 7946 - be re-zoned from Comprehensive Development Area  (CDA) toCommercial 2 (C.2) and Lot 5 of Parcel "A", Bl. "C", D,L.  686, Plan 7731 except Plans 11569 and 11703 be re-zoned from  Commercial 1 (C.l) to Park, Recreation, and Open Space  (P.R.O.).  The By-law may be inspected at the Gibsons Municipal Office, 1490  South Fletcher Road, during office hours, namely Monday to  Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Thursday and Friday, 8:30  a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  J.W. Copland  Municipal Clerk  fA  Hatfmoon Bay happenings  Ratepayers meet  By Ruth Forrester  885-2418  Wednesday, November 28,1979  The Peninsula Times       Page A-7  More Community news B4 and B6  The board of directors of the Area B  Ratepayers Association held their monthly meeting on November 19 under the  chairmanship of Ralph Mahar. Among the  correspondence were letters from Ray  Skelly and from the planner regarding the  clean up of logs and bark from the Halfmoon Bay area. Time for the renewal of  the waterfront lease to the logging company is approaching, and it was suggested  in the letters that a condition of renewal  should be that the company in question  must be responsible for an annual cleanup  of the area. Mr. Skelly has been busy on  behalf of our area, as another letter was  read regarding the fact that he had written  to the Government department concerned  recommending that a grant be given to the  Halfmoon Bay Recreation Assoc, for the  recreation park.  The board noted that the SCRD's  heated discussions on Coopers Green had  been put to rest, and that the outcome is  that the SCRD will make no further approaches to the Coopers with a view to  purchasing the green. Also, the ratepayers  assoc. are in full agreement with Area B's  representative-Ed Nicholson's statement  that there are still two concerns which will  remain active. One is that the number of  campers must conform to the legal limit  on the area available.  The other even more important issue is  insistence on the regazetting of the public  access road across the Green. The  hazardous traffic situation will not just go  away and will certainly get worse if this is  not rectified, which causes great concern  to the area residents. It was agreed that an  exit road through the green is essential to  eliminate the dangerous present situation  of the narrow steep Lefeax road.  The firehall report was given by  George Murray. A 1500 gal water tanker  has recently been acquired, which means  that 2000 gals can now be transported to  fires. An appeal was made for some  volunteers to help out with several tasks  around the firehall, such as the landscaping of the firehall area.  SUCCESSFUL  LITTLE RENO NIGHT:  There was a good turnout for the Little  Reno night at Welcome Beach hall on Sat.  Nov., 17. Many participants went home  with prizes won at either the door raffle,  the spot waltz or the many games of  chance. The very pleasant evening wound  up with the serving of tea, coffee and food.  It is not until you attend one of these  evenings that you realize just how much  workis involvetfta the planning of such an  event.  Vince Shannon, with the help of a small  committee was worthy of the vote of  thanks extended by fire chief Dave Reid.  Dave spoke on behalf of the Halfmoon Bay  Fire Dept. to whom the proceeds of the  evening were donated.  HALL EVENTS:  Have you ordered your tickets for the  Xmas dinner to be held on Dec. 14 and 15?  The time is fast approaching and it is  necessary to know how many people will  have to be catered to. So ��� if you have  been leaving it till the last minute don't  delay any longer. Give Olive Comyn a call (! \  and she will be happy to arrange your  evening.  A reminder that the monthly film show  Is tomorrow (Thurs.) 29th at 7:30.  Everyone welcome.  The Christmas dinner for the teens of  Halfmoon Bay will be held on Dec. 9, at 6  p.m. If you have not been contacted and  would like to attend you could give Donna  Perry a call at 885-3742.  MEXICAN HOLIDAY:  Ronnie Dunn and John Hamilton have  returned from an enjoyable holiday at  Mazatlan. They report good weather, good  food and a really great time. Some delay  on the return journey was experienced due  to a strike of one of the airlines which  meant that they had to land at Phoenix and  at Salt Lake City. However, they didn't  seem to mind as it only meant a delay of  one day in getting home. Better that than  losing a day of the holiday.  SHOPPERS BUS:  Your correspondent apparently gave a  wrong impression last week by inferring  that the grocery delivery was a free  service. I was asked by a regular bus user  to correct this and to point out that those  who avail themselves of this service insist  on paying, and are most happy to do so. It  should also be pointed out that this  delivery service is only for the benefit of  those who have no other way of having  their groceries transported.  IN HOSPITAL:  Shirley Dunbar reports that her father,  Mr. John McLeod of Welcome Beach is  still in hospital in Vancouver.  Also hospitalized in Calgary is Mrs.  Bardahl whom many of us know & the  very young 98 year old mother of Hazel  Ellis of Redrooffs. Hazel is in Calagary to  be with her mother who had an accident  and broke two ribs. This will be a great  blow to Mrs. Bardahl who is a very "active  lady living in her own apartment. We will  keep you posted as to her progress. In the  meantime Alex is holding the fort at home.  Bill Urquhart's many friends will be  happy to hear that Bill is doing well at  home after his spells in hospital.  !  i  -!%  DEATH BENEFITS  * Many pooplo are not  aware of the death  bonofits payablo by  various   Crown   agencies,  * The Canada Pension Plan  will pay up to $1,045.00 on  the death of a contributor.  This h in addition to tho  widow's pension.  * A votoran's family may  be eligible for a grant from  D.V.A.. or tho Last Post  Fund. ...  ' At timo of noocl, Devlin  Funeral Homo will assist  tho family In dotormlnlng  eligibility for various  government or prlvato  doath bonolilk.  for jmtfoi infanmatfoH  tv.Ot Ot fi4oHC'  IKA MVIJN  owncr-mnnuger  4t��s-ira��';)Wi'*  ��E5,  ft:  Walk it to me!  7  SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIALS  At  ^uby SfojeG ^estaa/tant  Salad Bar is Complimentary With Dinner...       ;  ��� STEAK DINNER $7.95  ��� Thick tender steak,' aged to perfection in our own  cooler, topped with onion, rings and fresh mushrooms '  ��� Vegetables, potatoes and^arlie bread. Tea  coffee.  or  ��� OUR FAMOUS POLISH PLATTER - $6.95  ��� COD and FRESH FRIES ��� $5.95  ��� After 9 pm - Pub Prices for Drinks and hors d'oeuvres.  Dancing and Fun is free. BRING A GROUP AND STAY  THE EVENING ...  Reservations are recommended and appreciated.  883-9453  4 milet south  of Earls Cove  on Hwy. 101  Fully licensed  ______z___t  JCome  Erst  IGA SPECIALS & VALUES  TABLERITE MEATS  Fresh whfoje  FRYING  CHICKENS  Smoked picnic  SHOULDERS  whole or shank portion ��� ��� ......... Ib.  GROCERY  Mil K  Alpha evaporated  385 ml  IGA fancy  12 ox   Grain fed  PORK LOIN  whole or half, by the piece only .  BLADE CHUCK  ROASTS  BOLOGNA  by the piece   $139  lb. JL  ASPARAGUS TIPS  CREAM STYLE CORN  CORN V-P'Fancy whol�� Keme|  WAX BEANS s^ Gro��n Beont or  2/79��  $J29  IGA choice  14 oz.  PEAS & CARROTS  PEAS'OA  IGA  14 oz.  Assorted  Carnation  or Milk flavoured  hot chocolate   23 oz.  Nabob Zig-Vac  reg.orflne  IGA coff��  U oz.  lb.  FROZEN FOOD  Welch's  GRAPE CONCENTRATE  12 ox.          McCain 5" Mini supremo  17 ot or McCain 5" Mini Deluxe  PIZZA uo.  .ea  ��S9  BROCCOLI  ORANGES  PRODUCE  size 88V  lb.  ,4 lbs.  Japanese  ORANGES  case |8 lbs.] ....  HOT  CHOCOLATE  COFFEE  WHITENER  APPLE JUICE  ORANGE JUICE  PAPKTAII    ��c*an 5Prav Cranberry  VUvillff IL or Cranapple   40 oz.    , ,  TOMATO JUICE  SULTANAS  GRAPE JELLY "**  2/79*  *2W  lib.  IGA pure  48 oz   IGA unswoot  IGA fancy  48 ox   Sunny Gold Australian  1 Ib   24 ot.  VEGETABLE OIL "'  YOGURT  3 litre  Nabob  48 oz   Nature's Treat  |by Dalryland | 200 g plain  other 7 flavors   DETERGENT  DETERGENT  CAATTIirC White, Sandlewood, Yellow, Green  Wlik H.D, liquid  2lltr*    Electrasol Dishwasher  2 kg   ���200*  BATHROOM TISSUE;:  Delsey  whit*  n45  *489  $339  49*  59c  $329  69c  TOWELS Vl,�� *"'  white, ass't, 2's  GARBAGE BAGS  Glad  .IP's  Come to oMacfei/ta - _M' ^ea/if  PENDER HARBOUR CENTRE  Madeira Parke883-9100  PRICES EFFECTIVE November 29, 30, Dec. 1  *WB tlStlWf TKt trOHT TO ttMIT QUANTITIES" PageA-8  The Peninsula Times .v  Wednesday, Nov. 28,1979  SUNCOAST  GOING OUT for BUSINESS  unbelievable as it may seem  we are giving away  1000 litres of gasoline  ��� fl __���__���- ���  when you purchase or lease your  car, truck or recreational vehicle  at Suncoast Chrysler between now  and December 31.  We must be crazy - but  FREE!! Chrysler's  5/80 WARRANTY  on  ANY* New  Chrysler Car, Truck, or  Recreational Vehicle. This  represents up to a  $489oo  ���������  value  CHRYSLER  PROTECTION PLAN  ��� This offer excludes  Omni & Horizon.  uyd  0K0*  WIN��WIN��WIN��WIN��WIN  A TRIP TO RENO  FOR TWO  EVERY WEEK  Between NOW and DECEMBER 31,1979  ENTER BY PURCHASING or  LEASING ANY NEW or USED VEHICLE.  YOU COULD BE A LUCKY WINNER.   _;' .a*,.  PRBR!     A77A*   .'  Tulto ii  li'Nl ilrlvv,  Tula- homo ii  lull colour  ROI.PM MtNAIJ.Y  KOADATUS  l.linllnl linn-only,  Come and test drive  a new  1980 or 1979 car.  You are the winner, when you shop Suncoast Chrysler.  %j  iiimsiiii  Next to St. Mary's, Sechelt  DL2180  885-SUl  WmVt^fm*jm_Wff,  Buy or  Lease  ��_._._   b. _.. . \ ��� ���  ���\.-\ \  77  A  v  The PENiNsuLA^we^  , Section B     ~~       Wednesday, Nov. 28,1979        ��� Pages 1-8  Wednesday, Nov. 28,1979  BUSINESS & INDUSTRY  This pullout section will be offered weekly in the Peninsula Times to inform our readers on the latest news in the local real  estate market, to offer the most complete classified sales information possible and to provide news and information on  business and industry at the local, provincial, national and international level as it affects our lives on the Sunshine Coast.  mmmmm  this week's  s&s  ����s?s  WATERFRONT HOME  S&&8  y*  ;><���>>:*>��  &^&3  xmx  >:*x*  i  1-VxSS  ....7X*>V��'����  'XvX-.'aXvSj.-.  S&Sfc* *. !&  **&��� /( * y  GARDEN BAY ESTATES -  Lovely 2 BR cedar home,  built 1976, ensuite, stone  fireplace. Self contained 2  BR suite, with separate  entrance, on lower level.  10 major appliances  included. 2 cedar sundecks.  Separate carport with  storage r|ttm/ f  Paved driveway and   ��|  parking area. On 97+ft.  deep waterfront lot with  southerly exposure. 12-x60'  float moored with pilings.  $196,000.  POX 100  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  883-2233  Olli Sladey  REALTY  LTD.  TOLL FREE FROM  VANCOUVER:  689-7623  &&v<k&M*X*3  Member of Multiple Listing Service  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY, 8832233  Snv.X-X  ��  -. a*, "aw.   -OC*x  > V.    V.V     \  .    ��� . ��� -^s   'X  v%*sm  uWxk  :���:���:<:��������<���*:::  >:>**��  iiP���!Jif:;:P��:;:;:;::i  ���IM  Remember: the nicest thing  about a  Times Classified  is that it is as near  as your phone.  JUST CALL  885-3231  Tuesday thru Saturday  WE'LL BILL YOU  LATER  m  *^jm^$8**'  ssass  -- ��-���*��� - .y   ��� .   t  t ,  IF THE SHOE DOESN'T FIT . . .  Gall JUDY - 885-3231  SELL IT!  for an ad just your size.  Page B-2      The Peninsula Times  Nov. 28, 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. Four words per line.  Birth Notices, Coming Events  take regular classified rates.  Ad-Briefs must be paid for in  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  to receive cash discount.  Subscription Rates:  By Mall:  Outside Local Area $15 yr.  U.S.A $20.00 yr.  Overseas $25.00 yr.  Single Copies 20c ea.  Announcements   H Announcements  ^Upholsterers  Looking for  something  different for  the 25th of Dec?  HOW ABOUT...  AN UPHOLSTERED  TOILET SEAT??  Why Not???  Phone us!  THE Upholsterers  Serving the Sunshine Coast  883-9901  DEREK EVERARD  Occidental Life  Box 1278,  Sechelt  885-5726 ��� 682-6684  ALCOHOLICS   Anonymous  Meeting, every Thurs., 8:30  pm. Wilson Creek Community  Hall. 885-2896 or 885-3394. 4816-  CHRISTOPHER DANIEL is  pleased to announce that the  Henn family is very suitable  for his stay on earth and that  starting at 11:07 a.m. Nov. 23-  79, he will enjoy bringing  enlightenment to this  family. 2854-1  Personal  FOR A GOOD buzz, Call Tom  the Ripper. 2817-1  GOD BLESS the unknown.  Love Mom and Dad.   2800-7  COLLEGE COURSES at  home! Speedwriting,  shorthand, bookkeeping,  business math. Full time-  courses also available.  Contact Duffus College, 543  Seymour Street, Vancouver,  B.C. V6B3H6. Phone 681-  7567. 2723-2  FOR INFORMATION re Al-  Anon call Marion 883-9260,  Rae 885-2464, Moira 885-3394 or  Yvonne 886-9037.   .      2609-tf  Work Wanted  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES LTD.  Let us care for your tree  needs;  -Topping  -Faiftn::  -Liml.ng  Insuredwork  "Our reputation  speaks for itself"  ph. 885-2109  3283-tf  Help Wanted  PENCO MANUFACTURING  has openings for industrial  sewing machine operators  and head cutter. Experienced  need only apply. 8864345.2822-  3  FEDERATED CO-OP Downie  Street Sawmills Division  require two millwrights T.Q.;  two sawfitters T.Q. Please  forward resume of work  history and personal data to:  Dale Hurren, Personnel  Supervisor, Downie Street  Sawmills, Box 1300,  Revelstoke.B.C.VOE  2S0. 2839-2  DOWNIE STREET Sawmills  Ltd. has a position for a  forestry technician 1. Applicants should have a forest  technology diploma and 2-3  years experience in field layout and related forestry work.  Please reply with resume of  work history and personal  data to: Dale Hurren, Personnel Supervisor, Downie  Street Sawmills Ltd., Box  1300, Revelstoke, B.C. VOE  2S0. 2840-1  For Rent  (SS-.  j2m7S  t  OUR FREE WEEKLY  DBIVERV  To pharmacare patients  with the boundaries of the  Village of Gibsons  Arty prescription  requirements will be filled  and delivered FREE OF  CHARGE to all our patients  65 years and older. Phone  your requirements up^ to  noon on Fridays^ We w.il.l  start deliveries, at 4:00 pm'  Friday afternoon. For more  information call our  pharmacists, Jim or Haig  ��� at v  886-8158  MAXWELL'S  PHARMACY  886-8158  Cedar Plaza, Gibsons  M&  FALL  CRAFT CLASSES  starting now at  IDRIFTWOOD CRAFTS]  Sunnycrest Centre  Gibsons  Stain Glass  Flower Making  Beading  Christmas Crafts  : Woodburning  j Drop in and register |  For information  886-2525  THUNDER PAINTING  Interior & Exterior  professional work at  reasonable rates  Free Estimates  5 years on the coast  885-3301 & 886-7619   3861-tf  RELIABLE  HOUSEKEEPER avail W.  Sechelt���Davis Bay 885-9470.  2761-2  DO YOUR CLOTHES need  mending, shortening or  lengthening. For alterations  of any kind phone Sherri at  885-3775. _        2756-2  INTERIOR painting. Free  estimates. Old country  tradesman. 886-7883. Eves.  2684-1  )  Use Times Adbrlef si  =S_I  Card of Thanks  WE WOULD like to thank the  Royal Canadian Legion Br.  112, Madeira Park, the ladies  auxiliary, Rev. John Paetkau  and Devlin Funeral Home,  and our many friends and  neighbors for their kind  thoughts, cards and flowers on  the death of our dearly  beloved husband and father  Ron Pockrant, Peggy and  family. 2796-1  Help Wanted  COOK    REQUIRED,    experience necessary, wages  negotiable. Apply in person.  Lord Jim's Lodge.        2276-tf  PARTSPERSON WANTED  for Equipment Dealership.  Must have.some knowledge of  farm machines. Salary $1,200  tbv'$ly600i depending on ex-  perierice. Contact B. Roberts  phone 392-4022. Lake City  Central Equipment, Williams  Lake B.C. V2G 2X9.       2783-1  MATURE PERSON to look  after 2 boys. Reply in  writing to S. Hamilton, RR2  Marlene Rd, Gibsons. Please  incl. list of refs. 2755-2  RELIABLE     BABYSITTER  Your home or mine. Mon.-  Fri. 8:30-5:30. 885-9203 eves  only. 2807-3   .   ' .. ���    . A  3 lines for *L90 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 l�� FREE.  * If you pay for your ad the Saturday before publication you get a  discount ��� 25c for one insertion ��� 50c for three insertions.  MAIL US YOUR AD. OR DROP OFF IS:  In SECHELT at The Peninsula Tlmos Office  Suncoast Agencies, Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons.  For Rent  2 BR. WF home in Selma  Park. Ph. 462-7563 after 6  p.m. 2698-1  3 BR. HOUSE, Tillicum Bay,  Avail. Dec. 1. $320- mo. 2-  refs. req'd. Ph. 885-3895. 2729-1  Wanted to Rent  SINGLE   PERSON  to   rent,  house or suite ASAP. Must  be within walking distance of  hospital. Guaranteed income.  Refs.'avail. 885-5257 aft.  6. 2809-3  TWO BDR. house in the area  of Roberts Creek to West  Sechelt for Jan. 1. References  available 892-5404.        2853-3  2 or 3 BR. HOME, yr-round  rental. Walking distance of  shopping and transportation  around Sechelt. Guaranteed  Income 885-9877. 2765-2  KINSMEN HALL  FOR RENT  Gibsons Area  Call ROY BENTLEY  886-9050  3 bdrm home, West Sechelt.  $290 per month. 485-  5387.. 2706-2  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 f pr appt. to view. 1503-  tfny.;yy:'y- .,... /   _   ;y;,  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  HALL  FOR  rent.   Roberts :  yCreek.        885-9237 or 885��W  92^6 V ��" ��� 2592?tf  (STILL AVAILABLE) 3 Br  mobile home, fridge and  stove. Private semi-wf. lot 6  mi. to Sechelt. Avail. Dec. 1.  $250-mo. Refs. 885-9098 aft 6  andwkend. 2805-1  SMALL 3 room house, Selma  Park. All conveniences.  $100-mo. Avail. Dec. 1. 985-  5949. 2811-1  MADEIRA PARK 2 BR furn.  mobile home, lg. yard, $160  mo. Lv. name at 112-669-3022.  Ref.GAO. 2829-1  LARGE VIEW SUITE Gib-  sons. Fully furnished including washer and dryer.  Sorry no pets. Refs. $350-mo.  886-8035. 2850-1  Real Estate  WHY RENT if you can own. 1  year old, 3 br house, carport, patio-deck, stove and  fridge, drapes included, wash  and dryer hook-up, elec. heat.  Asking $37,000. 2nd house on  Marble Road off Field Road in  Wilson Creek. Ph. 245-7283  collect, 2649-52  OWNER WILL trade equity in  Edmonton residential  property for Sunshine Coast  property or well-equipped  pleasure craft. 886-9714. 2827-6  BRAND NEW 2100 sq. ft.  Executive home and more  on 320 acres. $119,000, Border  Country Realty Ltd., Box 2109  Grand Forks B.C. VOH lHo.  Phone 442-2744. 2841-1  SPECIAL THREE Bedroom  home carpeted living room,  fireplace., dining room, air-  conditioner, carport. Close to  all amenities across from  recreation park. $48,500.  Phone 498-2541. 600 McKinney  Road, Oliver, B.C. VOH  1T0. 2842-1  FIFTY ACRES ��� Yukon -  Waterfront: 55 miles Windy  Arm, Tagish Lake. Asking  $115,000. Gordon Duffy,  Century 21, Slinger Realty  Ltd., 755 North Park Royal,  -������   ��� -,c.  V7T  West Vancouver,4  FOR RENT  STORE SPACE In Plaza 101  - Corner of Hwy. 101 and  FrancU Penlntula Rd,  883-2533  FOR RENT Wilson Creek  Community Hall and Scout  Hall. Call Reg Robinson at  885-9024 3691-tf  RENTING  On*   Bodroom   Aportmanti  * Dropm ' Bolconloi  �� Intaarcom * Cablovlilon  * Controlled Entrant* * Vl*w  * Wall lo wall carpet  * Colored Appliance*  Runt from >220  ....' R��4*f *nc*t J*����wlr*d"  can o*u9 $85.2283.  .28464  SEVER A_ Vi 'Unions  $45,000 up. West of Gtehde"  Prairie, Alberta. 10 acre  Orchard, Oliver. Good terms.  All trades considered. Reply  stating information to: Box  855, Oliver, B.C. VOH  1T0. 2848-1  EXCEPTIONALLY fine view  lot in West  Sechelt.   On  sewer. Ph. 885-9796.     4724-tfn  GOWER PT. Area. 3 br home,  2 bath, beautiful biew. 886-  7543. 2680-1  25 ACRES. Sale or trade.  Belleville, Ontario area.  $40,000. Will trade island or  house and lots. Williams  Constructions. 581-6503. 2682-1  5 LOTS AND up - wanted by  builder. I will build on your  lots and split profit or purchase. Also I have 25 acres in  Ontario as collateral for interim. 581-6503. Will pay 18 per  cent. Bill. 2683-1  DAVIS BAY. 1340 sq. ft. full  bsmt, 3 br, 2 f.p., w-w-  carpet, 2 bath - 1 rough-in,  double glass windows. 2yrs.  old. Fantastic view. Asking by  owner $62,500. 112-245-7283.  Call collect. 2700-1  '   FOR LEASE    '  2000   sq.   fl.   eommorclal  spaco on Highway In Davis   i  Bay. For moro Information   [  call  A. RINK  885-5778  ROBERTSCREEK  Still available Dec. 1. 3 Br.  suite. Heat and cable Incl. No  pets. $325 - mo.  885-2315.  2797-1  FOR   KENT:   Suigj7~n7<l  double wide trailer hdhcch.  Some view Iota. 885-2671. 2��53-  tf  COAST  Mobile Homes  WANTED ���- DOUBLE wide  for my Redrooffs lot. Write  M. Carl, 3359 Redfern PI,  North Vancouver, V7N3W2.  Ph. 112-986-4657. 2735-2  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  !  I  I  I  I  HOMES  mmmmmmm^mm-mmm  MCHUT ��� MWU ilVM  OUR NEW LINE  IS ARRIVING SOON!  Come and talk to us about  mobile home.  Wharf Rd, Sechelt.  COAST MOBILE  HOMES LTD.  885-9979  Cars and Trucks  1978 GMC 4x4 % ton, 350 auto,  . low mileage, exc. cond.  $8695. Ph. 885-3631 or 883-9066  leave message. 2505-tf  1974 FORD LTD - Excellent  condition. PS PB P windows, 8 track, a.m. f.m. Air  cond., rear defrost. Ph.  message at 885-3231.      2732-1  '66 PLYMOUTH 4-dr stn. wgn.  $300. Good tires. Eves. 883-  9933, days 883-2533.        2673-1  CASH for most cars. Dead or  alive. 886-2816. 2574-TF  GMC TRUCK 283,4 spd. trans.-  PTO and winch. New CMC  6-cyl. eng. $400. 885-3967-2794-1  COMPLETE JEEP CJ5 metal  hardtop and doors with  ��� glass hinges for windshield to  install top. Jeep stnd. rims  $275 obo 883-9667. 2802-3  '68 GMC Vk T pickup. Engine  good, needs timing, chain,  rusty. Gd for parts. $125. 885-  5252. 2812-3  '68   DODGE   LONG   van.  Reliable   transportation.  Good cond. $700.886-8257.2818-  ;3.y:'..  V'73 FORD 1/21 with canopy.  49,000 mi. 302 V8, 4 spd.  Offers 885-S407. 2820-1  "cANOPY^fbr sale, $350. 885-  I  Bus. Opportunity  ATENTION Plastercraft  Hobby Shops. Activity  Centres. A full line of  Plastercraft Whlteware now  uvnllable. Lowest prices  anywhere. Write or phono  Interior Art, 643 Dr.,  Kamloops, B.C. V2B 2K4. 554-  3311. v     illU  5407.  2821-1  2    B.R.     HOUSE.     W.F.  Hcdrooffs Rd. F-P, semi-  furn'd. $325-mo. Contact Dan  or Paul at 885-3444.        2749-2  MAKE MONEY In your spare  tlmo. I/carn Income tax  preparation. For free  brochure, no obligation, writo  U k R Tax School, 1345  Pembina Highway, Winnipeg,  Manitoba, R3C1K2.       2844-j  TONY'S UNIQUE  Restorations, Brass and  Antiques, leaded glass, f rench  doors, demolition. 0 yearn  same location. 20,000 down  and-or trade for property. 581-  -��M��,aUL���. ��� ~-~~aMUl   Mobile Home-  2 BR 24 x 36, Appliances, rugs,  wood heat, outside shod, nr  water.  Asking $23,000.  885-  3047. 2560-54  I  MARINE WAYS 3  AND _  ^ ACCESSORIES 5  85 HORSE Mercury outboard.  14 hrs. controls. Best offer.  885-5407. 2819-1  GARDEN BAY  MARINE  SERVICES  883-2722  ' SUNLINER BOATS  * MERCURY  OUTBOARDS  * MERCRUISER  * VOLVO PENTA  * CHRYSLER  * SALES & SERVICE  QnsiEi____-__B  HORSESHOEING.  Call Bob  Hopkins eves. 886-9470. 3300-  tfn  SKIP BAR DANDY.  Reg'd  ft-horse.   15.2 hh. Trained  Eng. & Western exc. youth  horse. 885-2098.    .        2747-2  Pets  WHIPPET PUPPIES. Will  have first shots, dewormed.  papers. Ready Dec. 1, but will  keep til Christmas, 885-2555  eves. 2771-2  FREE TO good homes. Wht.  part-Persian cat spayed.  Also part-Persian kitten. 885-  5482. 2803-1  MADEIRA  MARINA  M978-115   HP    Evlnrude  *1978 9.9 HP Evlnrude  *1976 9.9 HP Evinrude  *1977 7.5 HP Honda  *1978 7.5 HP Honda  .1979    6    HP    Evinrude  (new).  "WINTER SPECIALS"  883-2266  Madeira Park  1970 VOLKSWAGEN station  wagon for sale $1,100. Excellent condition. 886-  8345. - 2823-1  '71 % T Ford XLT and lift.  camper. All good cond.  $3,500 firm. 886-2775 or 886-  8101. 2826-3  '70 DATSUN Stn. Wgn. $725,  885-2464. 2831-1  '75 BUICK Century stn. wgn.  auto, P.S. P.B., new rad.  tires. Good cond. $1,995 obo..  Must sell 885-9630. 2833-2  ���76 FORD GRAN Torino. 2 dr.  hardtop, metallic blue with  white top. Immaculate equip,  with 7 rad. tires, with wheels  (2 snow). Small V8 351 eng.  Mileage only 21,000. Un-  dercoated, $4,200. 885-3620  before 9 p.m. 2834-1  '73 AUSTIN Mini - 4 speed -  Extras-886-2396.        2814-1  ���73 GMC 4 w.d. 4 speed - 886-  2396. 2815-1  1978 FORD Supercab Ranger  XLT, 4x4, camper special,  400, 4 spd. plus 1976 11*4'  Vanguard camper, self-  contained, complete unit  $16,500 or sell separate, truck  $12,500; camper $5800. Ph. 885-  3031 or 683-9066 leave  message. 2506-tf  '72 FORD WGN. Good mech.  cond. Low mileage. 1 owner.  $000,886-7714. 2754-52  '67 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX.  Best   offer.   New   high  lackers, new chrome mags.  885-5670. 2745-2  Campers .-Trailers  38       Ft.       FURNISHED  housetrallor on trailer ct.  $3,000,886-7733. 2826-3  FORD 30-PASSENGER  school bus, converted motor  home, fully self-contained. 391  cu. ln. engine, 4 spd with 2 spd.  axle. $15,500. Ph. 885-3631 or  883^066 leave message. 250741  17% FT. 1066 Holiday Ram-  blor trailer, exc,  cond.  $3500. Ph. 885-3631 or 883-9066  leave message. 2508-tf  10 x 65 3BR older trailer. Now  jras range, rugs etc. $4500 or  $5500 with addition and porch.  No. 0 Crowflton's Trailer Pk.  885-3909. 2708-1  HARDTOP  TENT  trailer,  sleeps 5. Table tc bench  soata, cooler, exc. cond. $775.  885-3583. 2789-2  Boats tt Ermines  16'9" STARFIRE Donzl. 442i  Olds engine, new casale V-  drlvo, 05 mpli and exc. cond.  $7500, Ph. 885-3631 or 883-0060  leave message. _      2504-tfn  30' DEEP-V Vic Goldrup  design, 427 cu. in. Crusader  engine, just rebuilt, 150 hours.  $22,500. Ph. 885-3631 or 883-  9066 leave message.      2509-tf  WANTED: TRAILER for 18-  19'1-0 boat. Ph. after 6.886-  7634; 2757-2  16'   GLASPLY,    hardtop,  wipers, tack, sleeper seats,  EZ load trailer, 50 HP Merc.  $4775.885-3583. 2788-2  "LISA GIRL" high-spd 28'  plwd ex-gillnetter. 440  Chrys., hyd. steering^46chah;  CB,- flasherscb% oilstove,and  head. Exc.ucond. ? Wd;\ make  ideal charter boat. Priced to  sell, $12,000. D. Parker 883-  2339. 2674-1  Motorcycles  '78.   SUZUKI RM 80. Never  raced, used very little, 1  summer only. Superb cond.  $700 o.b.o. Ph. 886-8258.  2766-2  '77 SUZUKI GT 380 motorcycle. $600.885-3882.   2750-2  ���79 BMW R 1000 RT 6500 KM  Immac. Cond. Full acces.  $7,500.    8 8 5-9270.-3  Equipment  TWO 1978 Logging Trucks, air  conditioning, new brakes,  rear-end transmission, H-  plates good seniority with  sawmill, radios etc. Full price  $110,000.00 Contact Box  406,LillooetB.C.,VOK  1V0. 2727-2  Use Time* Adbrlef 11  Lost  JX)ST Chain necklace  with  pendant. Photos of grandchildren enclosed. 885-3348.  2830-1  Wanted to Buy  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  2 BIKES, 5 or 10 speed, in good  cond. Ph. 886-9177.      2742-2  HOUSE.  Betwn.  Wilson  Cr  and West Sechelt. Priced in  low 40's. 885-9050 or 885-  3864. 2679-1  IX)GS OR TIMBER wanted,  fir,   hemlock   or   cedar.  Porpoise Bay Logging Ltd.  885-9408 or 885-2032.       4485-tf  WF LOT or home on WF with  access  to beach.  112-435-  5606, eves, or weekends. 2810-3  For Sale  LADIES, Mens, Childrens,  Maternity Clothing, 'New &  Nearly New'. Encore  Boutique, 2445 Marine Dr., W.  Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon-Sat,  10-5; 1414 Lonsdale, N. Van.,  -,980-8011. 4457-tf  SELKIRK CHIMNEYS  . ,,,;andy.;..-,y  ���'���-"��'���>   Wood Heaters  yyyy:^ ~:my~y"ys  MacLeod's, Sechelt.  2709-tfn  BUY, LEASE OR RENT  Record-a-Cal  Answering Device  J" C ELECTRONICS  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt  885-2568'  1828-tfn  250 GAL. Oil Tank. Good cond.  $75,883-9290. 2689-1  BEAUTIFUL OAK AND  CHERRY WOOD TEA  WAGONSOR  DROPLEAF TABLES  Now in for Christmas at  MACLEOD'S, SECHELT  2752-tfn  '76 19.6' TANDEM axle  Skylark trailer In exc. cond.  Sleeps 6, shower, fridge,  stove, forced air furnace.  $6000 firm. Ph. 886-9905 or 886-  7787. 2769-2  capilano  college  INSTRUCTOR  BUSINESS OFFICE TRAINING PROGRAM  DUTIES; To teach 2 sections of  Bookkeeping to Secretarial Students  LOCATION: Gibsons  QUALIFICATIONS: Accounting &  teaching background;  relevant work experience  APPOINTMENT: Temporary  TERM: Jan. 2/00 to April 25/80  SALARY:   Faculty   scdlo  APPLICATIONS TO:  DBAN OF CAREER/VOCATION PROGRAM,   CArtt an cotteoiv  2Q4S PURCSU WAY,  NORTH VANCOUVER. B.C, V7J 3H8  CLOSING DATE IS NOV. 30/79, For Sale  For Sale  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  GARAGE SALE Sat., Dec.  1st, 10 a.m. 1322 Pebble  Crescent, Sechelt. 2852-1  DRESSES $10, night table $10,  child's car seat $10. child's  bike carrier $7, woodburning  cook stove $100, lge 16' x 16*  army tent $100, uprt. freezer  $100, fridge $100.885-3967.2793-  1.  LG.   THERMOSTATICALLY  controlled wood heater. 1 yr.  old. $250.885-5436. 2801-3  CAPTITAL GEAR, 2HD-EC  8900 3-1 reduction rebuilt  $2600.00 incl. adapter plates.  Phone 886-9856. 2804-3  3 SPD. BIKE (mens4)oys) $30.  Dryer gd. cond. $75.886-9508  after 5 p.m. 2806-3  DOUBLE HORSE trailer,  Border King, ramp. Exc.  cond. $1900 obo. Franklin FP.  As new $125 obo. 885-5086.2808-  3  QUEEN SIZE bed, mattress,  base and stand $75.3-radng  cars and track, incl. over and  under passes $35.885-52522813-  3 ,  STIHL 051 CHAINSAW 33"  bar, brand new. 8 hours,  running, $525.885-9046 after  6. 2816-3  78 % T GMC truck, silver  grey,   exc.   cond.   Asking  $6,500.883-9464 aft. 6.      2824-1  FRANKLIN-TYPE FP. 1  length pipe, 2 elbows, 20 x  19, legs, draw screen,  separate grate. Never used.  885-2791 aft 3. 2828-1  ELECTROLUX vacuum, gd.  wking. order. Power nozzle  and other basic attachments.  $135,886-7370. 2835-1  PROPANE   STOVE,    Hot  water tank and furnace in  good cond. Ph. Anne Gurney  886-2277. 2836-1  PARAMETRIC FILTER for  musical instrument am-'  plifier. May be used for tone  control, flanging or fuzz effects. $100. 885-9232 eves and  wkends. 2837-1  620   PIONEER  Chainsaw.  Good cond. $100. Viking auto  washer. New cond. $250. 885-  5289. 2838-3  CHIMNEY FIRES extinguished instantly  CHIMFEX used from inside.  Simple, safe, non-damaging.  Order now enclose $10.40.  Pete's Chimney Service C-6,  Schoolsite, RRNo. 1,100 Mile  House, B.C. VOK2EO.   2843-2  REMBRANDT HOTEL,  Downtown Vancouver, Hi-  rise, modern, 200 rooms, full  kitchen, close to everything,  tremendous views,  reasonable, family, weekly  arid monthly rates. For  details: 1160 Davie Street,  Vancouver, B.C. V6E INI.  Phone 685-1311. 2845-1  SABATB3L HARPSICHORD.  Light walnut 4 % Octave.  Disposition 16 ft. 8 ft., 4 ft, 5  stops. 6 years old. Excellent  condition. $3,000. Phone 922-  1422 (WestVancouver). 2847-1  1977 IHC MODEL 5070 - 350  Cummins 5 and 4,4640 wide  track rear ends complete with  25 ton Columbia trailer Comp.  4 - 25 ton trailers, complete. 2  sets of SRDD rear ends with  suspension 500 amp. Airco  A.C. Welder. WANTED k.w.  Cab 1970 or newer. Phone Mr.  Gus DeCook, Box 449,  Sqaumish, B.C. VON 3GO.  Phone 892-3107. 2849-1  WATKINS famous products,  spices, soups and puddings,  linaments, ointments and  salves. Many others. 883-  2752. 2733-2  GAS    FURNACE,    105,000  BTU's $50. Girl's single spd.  bike $20. Centre drawer study  desk $20.885-3583. 2790-2  I . ^k.  SALE!  TRADE IN  SEWING MACHINES  SINGER 252  Was $150.00  Special   $99.00  Wednesday, Nov. 28,1979  The Peninsula Times  Pag  eB-3  ELNA      SUPERMATIC   j  Wos $199.0.0 '      I  SPECIAL      .  $149.00   I  KENMORE  DELUXE  Was $199.00  SPECIAL  1975  $149.00  I  I  I  I  I  I  (Has auto buttonholer)  MORSE E 399  Was'$150.00 I  SPECIAL        ..$99.00    I  CONDITIONAL j  , WARRANTY   J  FAST. [  UARANTEEDl  REPAIRS TO AU I  MAKES OF     I  SEWING       |  MACHINES     J  I  I  I  I  I  I  CREST SEWING  CENTRE  Sunnycrest Centre  Gibsons 886-2719  APARTMENTS, Townhouses,  Duplexes. High yield investments. Some Tax shelter  and CCA. Privileges. Dawson  Creek���36 suites. Burns Lake  21 suites. Now under construction. Investor could get  some soft -cost write ofis.  MacKenzie ��� one 40 unit, one  32 unit. 2 and 3 bedroom  Townhouse complexes. Fort  St. John ��� 2 buildings - 14  suites each. Two luxury  duplexes in Vancouver. Side  by side Just completing.  . Excellent Financing -10 % per  cent per annum. 10 year term  on some. Vendor will assist.  Canada Permanent Trust  Company, 701 West Georgia  Street, 17th floor, Vancouver,  B.C. V7Y 1C6. Abe Wiebe,  phone682-6611.  ���     ���    2712-1  r>f; ���!  I, , -   i f i ���    -in i   jmj.   .HI  - w ... - UscYimot Adbrlef ��l  PENDER HARBOUR  WATERFRONT  2 adjoining lots  150'�� frontage.  INTERESTIN<  VIEW  GOOD BUILDING SITES  $74,000 F.P. BOTH  KEN GLOVER  873-4406 |Collect]  BISHOP REALTY LTD.  PENDER HARBOUR  REALTY LTD.  Highway 101  at Francis Peninsula Rd.  883-2794  WATERFRONT; A magnificent and unusual IS acres with soma  700' of waterfront In th* lee of Harness Island, Haslam Creek  runs through the middle of this fine property and there's a  driveway In from Highway 101. A big plus on this one Is a 4 acre  oyster loase, Make an offer to the $165,000 asklngprlco (29%  down), It's a good buy at any price.  PENDER LAKES PROPERTIES: A new and prestigious subdivision  overlooking Pender Harbour. See with us and choose your ocean  view now ,, , It's a wise Investment.  WATERFRONT: Pender Harbour area... 2 ad|acent 4 acre  parcels each with approx ISO' of deep protected moorage.  Fairly high bank but quite workable ond will worth the asking,  price of $50,000 each,  IRVINES LANDING ��� Contemporary 3 bedroom home with hot  water heating and a magnificent view over Lee Day. The grounds  are unusual and Immaculate. The price Is right at $73,000.  GARDEN DAY ~~ 2 large view lots $14,000 each.'  GARDEN DAY ��� Fairly now 2 bodroom home $33,000.  EXCELLENT BUY 1000 iq. ft., 2 bedroom, full basomont. Near  public wharf, goodgarden, nice view. Just $50,000 F,P,  WATERFRONT Two sldo by sldo waterfront lots. Each slightly  ovor I aero, Doth havo safe moorage, power and water, Priced  al $50,000 and $36,000 rospoctlvoly.  DARGAIN DAY - Doluxe waterfront condominiums ��� 2 beautiful  units. Unit 1 has approx. 1,460 sq, ft. of living area: other approx. 1,200 sq, ft. (preisivtly rented) These two gorgeous view  units offered al $135,000 for both, Must be soon.  OARDEN DAY WATERFRONT - Older 2 bedroom homo on  beautiful lovol lot, 250' of beach, excellent dock, deep and safe  moorage, F.P, $110,000, (  MADEIRA PARK ��� Excellent bedroom home with full  basomont. Just 3 year* old. Roughed-ln, Roc Room and plumbing  downstairs, Mailer bodroom onsulte, Wall to wall throughout  Has existing low Interest mortgage. Don't miss this at $57,500  F.P,   JOHN BREEN        MIKE ROSSE      JOCK HERMON  603-9978 083-9378 883-2746  BOX 100  MADEIRA PARK. B.C.  883-2233  REALTY  TOLL FREE FROM  VANCOUVER:  689-7623  Member of Multiple Listing Service  HOMES  _i___^_i^fi^  & &M_________M  E' y ? *��� y ^*  W     1  - &" >~-..~'   .. ii.;_ft  fcitti1  1  _3_!_BSi"__^W5'����R,t       I,  ES3B___I_!___i^l_____i  iiift       ���  mwle\mWmwmmmommwajmmWmmWma\m  MADEIRA PARK ��� 1280 sq ft home on  Wesjac Road. 3 BR (on* unfinished),  Citation kitchen, fireplace. Treed lot  garden. Close to marina. $48,500.  GARDEN BAY ��� 3 BR view home on  Claydon Rd. Full basement, separate  garaged Close to marina. $87,5~00  SINCLAIR BAY ROAD��� 3 BR view homeYI  1656 sq. ft, built 1974. Dble. carport,  storage room, heated 34x20' swimming  pool. Large lot, level & fenced, with  large garden area. $130,000.  GULFVIEW ROAD ��� Madeira  Park, fantastic view from this  new home ��� 3 new appliances,   fireplace.   $82,500.  NEAR MADEIRA PARK - 2 BR  home, fireplace, sundeck, 314  acre lot on HWy 101. Reduced  to $33,000.  r"���m*     *M_B_5G_B__^_  fl__.'j_ _H^  1 -'^(SHSpHi  ^s?*s!L , ���'���^1  v__L___><��*in_i  1 :    ^C3_2  fen,    *U     CM     ;  FRANCIS PENINSU  fireplace, sundeck  Rondeview Rood  h_H_B___i_g__"~  LA 3 bdrm split leve  & carport. Located o  $60,000.  i,  n  RONDEVIEW ROAD ��� 1250�� sq. ft. 3  bdrm home-full basement, dble. carport,  large sundeck, built 1976. $65,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 12 x 44';  Glendale mobile home with 430 sq ft  [addition. On 2/3�� acre lot. $28,500.*!  GARDEN BAY ROAD ��� 2.33 acres with 3  BR home. Good garden area. $54,000.  I  LOTS AND ACREAGE  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  INVESTMENT PROPERTY- MADEIRA PARK  ���Partially developed for a proposed 20 lot subdivision ��� 7 lots would be on Paq Lake.  *Main primary roads are installed.  ���Water mains are installed.  ���Modern 3 bedroom ranch style home.  ���Large shop building with concrete foundation.  ���Short walking distance tashopping centre, post office ondmarlnas.  FULL PRICE $187,500,  h:  <m.  I. MEADOWBROOK RANCH ��� Garden  BqyRoad22�� _ acres with nice 2 BR  home. 5 stall barn riding rinig, machinery  shed, year round stream, fruit trees. All  in pasture and fenced. $125,000.  s 2. FRANCIS PENSINSULA ��� 1.8  ���facres. corner of Warnock and Francis  Peninsula Roads. $17,500.  3. OLE'S COVER ��� 5 ��treed acres  -located near Lord Jim's Lodge with  access to water. Well on property.  $35,000.  4. Near RUBY LAKE ��� 8.39 acres on  Hwy. 101. $20,000.  it. Near MADEIRA PARK ���  15 acres,  2150_.it'on Hwy 101. $44,000.  6. GARDEN BAY LAKE ��� 2 seml-  lakefront acreages with nice view over  lake and southerly exposure.  3.92_,acres $20,000  3.79��acres $17,066  7. WARNOCK ROAD ��� level lot, almost  one acre. Good soil, selectively cleared.  $24,000.   '  8. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 2�� acres  with panoramic view of Pender Harbour.  12' x 20" cabin, concrete driveway.  $29,500.  BARGAIN BAY ��� Nice lot with 85 ft.  waterfront and Westerly exposure. A  good buy for $36,500.  EGMONT ���7 acres with 540 ft low bank  .waterfront. Site has been prepared for  possible  use  as7a; large, WF.- trailer-,;  ^cqmpqyparkjarid Jisrjing^resorjt^-rhis ..Is,-;  an   excellent.7property   adjoining..'.the'  Egmont Marina- $180,000 --- Owner will  finance at bank interest rate.    ��� '  ST. VINCENT BAY ��� 400�� ft waterfront,  5.97 acres, water access. $29,500.  GARDEN BAY ��� 500�� ft. waterfront in  a choice location with road access from  Garden Bay Estates. Approx. 3 1/2  acres. Could possibly be subdivided or  zoning would allow construction of 2  homes. This desirable property is on  excellent buy at $135,000.  EGMONF^-2.27 0|rWs vvitb387;fc ft low  bank7waterfronti Good driveway to  waterfront. Launching ramp, site has'  been prepared for possible use as W/F  trailer-camper park S fishing resort. An  excellent property. Full price $95,000.  LOTS  1. MADEIRA   PARK   ���  $6,700 ��� $22,000.  serviced   lots.  2. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� serviced lots.  $9,000-$24,000.  '3. SANDY HOOK ��� view lot on Por-  poise Drive. $8,000.  4. BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� 1.5 acres,  treed, serviced. $25,000.  5. MOBILE HOME LOTS - 3 lots le<t. On  Cochrane Road, Francis Peninsula.  Water, tome serviced with hydro.  $11,500-$13,250.  6. GARDEN BAY AREA ��� view lots, on  Garden Bay estates & Sinclair Rd.  $13.500$21,250.  AGAMMEMNON BAY ��� ),800��. ft. of  waterfront on 42 �� acres with road  access from Egmont Road, Older home &  year round creek. Beautiful view up  Jervis Inlet. Has been partially  developed for a 6 lot subdivision. Priced  reduced to $235,000,  I  WATERFRONT HOME  GARDEN BAY ESTATES  I  Lovely 2 BR cedar home, built In 1976,  ensuite, stone fireplace. Self contained 2  BR suite, with separate entrance on  lower level, 10 ma|or appliances Included. 2 cedar sundecks. Separate  carport with storage room. Paved  driveway and parking area on 97��ft.  deep waterfront lot with southerly  exposure, 12' x 60' float moored with  pilings. $196,0Q0.  ISLANDS  WILLIAM ISLAND ��� Nice 2 1/2 �� acre  Island at entrance to Pender Harbour.  Piped water. $125,000.  NOTFL IAKC  LAKEFRONT PROPERTIES'  SAKINAW LAKE- 4�� acres with 16S��  ft, lakofront. Road access, wostorly  exposure. $33,000.  MADEIRA PARK,-r ,2,71 acres on Lagoon  Road with 2004:. It, frontage on Paq  (Llllles) Lako, Partially clovolopocl 9 loi  subdivision, Prlcod to toll at $50,000.  SAKINAW LAKE ��� 2.6�� acres with  132r��i: ft. of lakefront. Road access,  westerly exposure, $36,900.  j f* an, -r.fi-��   mr  '   "���   Man  lf*i     .0*  -Mm  COMMERCIAL PROPER  3  ���v-v  -"'/���"tt^'y  AGAMMEMNON CHANNEL ��� 40��  acres with 1,600�� ft waterfront, Good  moorage In ��mall bay with beach,  Wostorly   oxposuro,   crook,   $160,000,  HIGGINS ISLAND ��� 26 �� acre treed  island with sheltered moorage. Located  In False Bay, Lasqueti Island. $185,000.  SOLD  .,**�����  sold   A'y;  ,''\  /  YJ  GERALD ISLAND ��� 28 �� ocre island  with sandy boachos. Located |ust off  Vancouver Island between Nanoose  Harbour and Northwest Bay, $185,000.  PENDER LAKES PROPERTIES  Choice lots still available in this desirable location.  Most have view & sunn/ southerly exposure.  One lakefront lot still available.  Paved road, water 8> hydro. M.L.S.  "/���   ��� Priced from $10,000 to $37,500.  MADURA PARK - 1,0001 iq. It. bldg.  with room for expansion, Clothing  business with good potential, $79,000.  .Or business only - $22,000. plus slock.  riaMaaBiMaaaaanariaiaaMHHaaabMMMMi  '��������������������  -\      SZ,&j$jjfr&/  8 B 3 rf '    i' 3     3     'T l 3, �� 1 3; - "-  '.      % v*v^.���,.v..w ��� ���;; -. ��  \ rr\ \    *r s i 't\ s ..^.i.-i i SOlD " \   - ^^  * /  \ /��'"''' .-  n*   ,   r r .   a> 1  i    I  A 1. 0 . A 4  I  EMUW  ����V (W��  1     C.  "S"i ��i.w.i.  ��.,�����, ,���j!ljfd f... ���4_,  .   ��  *)-At>  . 1 ��� 1 , 1 a y  ,,     V��i'v��.���;,>'."^'  "     r.'.  1 !  S"  WM  Wm���  .., i'7'.y.  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  0LLI or JEAN SUDEYr 883-2233  ���mem  mme- For Sale  For Sale  'C^X^X^Jf^Jfa^X"*^  DRESSMAKING  by  EXPERIENCED  SEAMSTRESS  CALL  886-7916  after 5 p.m.  IF YOU enjoy gardening, do it  year round, using an  aluminum and glass  greenhouse! Write for free  brochure to: B.C. Greenhouse  Builders, 7323-6th Street,  Burnaby, B.C. V3N3L2. 2728-4  30"   DELUXE   Automatic  McClary Elec. range, as  new $250 o.b.o. 886-��275. Sat.  or Sun. \    2730-1  AIRTTTE HEATERS  Combination Furnaces  Wood Ranges  Visit  MACLEODS, SECHELT ,  220643  Legal Notices  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  , IN THE ESTATE OF ALICE  HARDMAN, late of 1060  Franklin Rd., R.R. 1, Gibsons,  B C  ' All persons having claims  against the above estate are  required, to send full particulars of such claims to the  undersigned Executor at Suite  202-640 West Hastings Street,  Vancouver, British Columbia  on or before the 31st day of  December, 1979, after which  date the estate's assets will be  distributed having regard  only to claims that have then  been received.  WILLIAM JOHN THOMPSON  Executor  BY: Messrs. Warner and  Thompson  Solicitors.  2851-1  For Sale  *l_ GREMLIN X 304 3 spd.  $1500. OBO. Portableorgan  and  amplifier,   good for  beginner. $150.885-9564. 2763-2  NORCO LADY'S bike, new  For sale. 885-3754.      2759-2  LASHED CEDAR log float in.  Pender   Harbour   area.  Approx. 45x50', 15-20,000 lb.  capacity. $350 firm. 883-2552 or  826-8840. 2753-tfn  Legal Notices  PROVINCE OF BRITISH  COLUMBIA  . CHANGE OF NAME ACT  NOTICE OF  APPLICATION  FOR CHANGE OF NAME  NOTICE is hereby given  that an application will be  made to the. Director of Vital  Statistics for a change of  name,   pursuant   to   the  provisions of the "Change of  Name Act," by me:- Barbara  Cecilia JOE of Sechelt Indian  Reserve No. 2 in Sechelt, in  the   Province   of   British  Columbia,   as  follows:- To  change my name from Barbara Cecilia JOE to Barbara  Cecilia DIXON.  My minor  unmarried child's name from  Shane Holland Taite Mark  JOE to Shane Holland Taite  Mark Joseph DDCON. Dated  this 19th day of November,  A.D: 1979.  Barbara Joe  Signature of Applicant.  2795-1  For Sale  TV'S, STEREO  SETSAND  COMPONENTS.  Christmas stock now in.  MACLEOD'S, Sechelt.  2751-tfn  NES weekly report  PageB-4      The Peninsula Times  Nov. 28,1979  By LAN A ARNETT  Well, this week up at Tsoh-  nye was an outdoor week. A  group of seven students went  up to Second Lake and  camped there overnight.  They were unable to cross the  lake because the level had  dropped, leaving the raft high  and dry. The next night they  camped back at the first lake.  The left camp on Tuesday and  returned on Thursday in time  for lunch and a return to the  NES types of "civilization."  The weather at Tsoh-nye  was a mixture of sunshine and  rain. Jamie thought it would  snow, but.it didn't.  This week, some people  started paintings and carvings and some finished their  current projects.    Roger  For Sale  35' FURN'D house trailer, in  Trailer court. Ph. 886-  7733; 2675-1  GUARANTEED Amway (R)  Products for every need  are just a phone call away. We  deliver. Ph. 883-9368.     2686-1  Belanger has so far completed  a whale, a small canoe, a  bear, two eagles, a mask and  a canoe paddle.  Thursday night we had a  first aid test and only a few  people did not pass-it wasn't  that hard. After the test we  watched slides of us and  students from Centennial  High School when they visited  our camp.  Just before dinner on  Thursday, the barge came in  and we got out new truck and  supplies for Fred's shed. The  girls have started a twice a  week discussion group with  Vickie, the cook, and Roberta,  the dorm supervisor.  Fight the lung crippters.  f  Use Christmas Seals  It's a master ofjife and breath  '<*->."   ' S S-i't?' ;  "ESTATE SALE" 14x60 HIGHWOOD C/W Doluxe addition for  added space. This unit is "As New". Duroid roof, fridge, stove,  washer, dryer, dlx carpets, and.drapes. Addition has patio  door and deck. Set up in Sundance Court with ocean view.  Immediate possession $24,500 F.P.  HELP  WANTED  Experienced  Carpenters  for Siding  885-2321  or 885-2522  WASHERS-DRYERS-DISHWASHERS-  MICRO-OVENS  2-year guarantee on all parts & labor ���  5-year warranty on the dryer drum  10-year   guarantee   on   washer  transmission  Lifetime guarantee  on  stainless  steel  washer tub  WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL  MADEIRA APPLIANCES  883-2648  PASSPORT  AND  CITIZENSHIP  PHOTOS  U While you wait  ���No appointment!  necessary *  FRESH TRADE ��� 12x68 COLWOOD, 2'x4' construction, wood  siding, 5' patio door, fridge, stove, carpets & drapes. A deluxe  home. $17,800. Del. & set up. Tax included.  To view contact:  t  Coast Mobile Homes Ltd.  885-9979  "Over 230 satisfied customers"  "Our 1980 product will be on display Jan. 1980"  885-3211  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  Post Office Box 1219, Sechelt  Doug Joyce  Bob Bull  Don Hadden  885-2761  885-2503  885-9504  WATERFRONT WEST SECHELT -- Level  W, F property with older well maintained  home. 2 bedrooms, large den, 2 bathrooms,  basement, electric heat. Large lot 68' x  281'. Excellent view of Trail Islands. FP:  $89,900. Offers welcome. Call Vadim.  REALTY LTD.  Jack Anderson  Vadim Kobasew  Gordon Hall  Stan Anderson  885-2053  885-3156,  885-9986  885-2385  684-8016  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  SARGEANTBAY ���  WATERFRONT PROPERTY: 1,232 sq. ft. home  on one level. CArport and a 500 sq. ft.  sundeck. 1.02 acres of land with approximately 86' of waterfront ori Sergeant's  Bay, The lot Is all landscaped with 2 out;  buildings, 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 beclrooms, family room,  formal dining room, living room with  sunken conversation area has 'heatilator  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.  THE ENERGY EFFICIENT HOME ��� SECHELT ��� New, 1120 square foot home, situated on a  large corner lot in the Village. 3 Bedrooms with ensuite off the master bedroom, wall to  wall carpets throughout. Sundeck off the dining room. Carport with outside storage and  asphalt driveway. Roughed in plumbing in the basement. Energy saving features include 2 x  6 construction with 6" (R-20) insulation in the walls and 8" (R-28) in the ceilings. Double  pane windows with screens on both floors, heatilator type fireplace upstairs, flue in  basement for easy installation of wood burning stove. Heavy duty 220 wiring, electric heat  with separate controls in every room and electric hot water. Close to shopping and schools.  This attractive home is built to save you money! F.P. $64,900. For more information call  Vadim.        ' - _ "   COMMERCIAL PROPERTY $124,0?00  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 ��� $3,500 down payment ��� Sea  View - 3 bedroom. Two full bathrooms plus  extra in full basement. View from sundeck.  Landscaped Jot, close to waterfront and  marina boat launch. 12 per cent mortgage.  Call Jack 885-2053.  SECHELT-SANDY HOOK $135,000  vyaterfroni {+-, 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.  y-:m,| Wl  ~"~i~V���'������-���'-Y.%yy:.\i.-i-: ..   ..   _,;'/.  ���^'"^_dfl^__i  BRUSHWOOD  FARM  ��� The  areas   mos.  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 subdlv,  potential. Zoned  R2.   FP:   $154,000.   Call  Jack.  WILSON CREEK ��� BROWNING ROAD ���  $62,500. ��� Spacious 3 bedroom homo  across Irom 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 heat as back up for Fisher  stove, Call Bob to view.  ACREAGE  YOUR OWN PARK ��� SEA VIEW ��� YR. RND,  CREEK ��� WEST SECHELT ~ 1,196 sq. ft, on  huge treed ravine property. 2 bedrooms,  |acuzzl, marble tub and vanity, dble sinks  plus ensuite off master bodroom. Family  room, 000 sq, ft, sundecks up and down,  Full supplement wood heat plus elect,  furnace. Teak bar and liquor cabinets.  Shower and Toilet off of family room. Two  car garage, coment drive. Landscaped,  loads of trees and shrubs. Closo to public  boach accoss, FP: $79,500. Call Stan.  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 r- $61,900 ���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  _,  nmmmmmm  DAVIS BAY                             $44,900  H_,  \ _^_^_^_^_^_H  Basement   home   with   1    large  B_fi_ JfisL ���_ _fl_H  _7y_i;_^_^_wi  WtM_JI_M_____________\  bedroom on main floor and  2  In  basement,   Could   bo   a    rovenuo  home. One block from boach. Good  sound    construction,    all    concrete  foundation. Call Stan.  mm^f^^^lm  -   A%  CREEKSIDE HOME $68,500  On 6/10 acre with parklike setting,  towering trees & spacious, easy to maintain  level lawns. Ono yoar now expansive homo  has two largo bedrooms. Separate entrance  hall leads to a large living room wllh  fireplace that Invites gracious entortalnlng.  A 23x28' attached garage could bo converted to an extra bedroom 8 family room,  An added plus Is a 440' workshop with 3 pee  plumbing. Closo to best sandy boach In  area,  WEST SECHELT ��� 3 acres In West Sechelt. Potential subdivision,  trood properly with some view. F.P. $45,000, <  VltW ACREAGE ������ 5 acres In West Socholt. Some vlow of tho ocean.  Nicely trood. Good accoss. No logablo timbers. F.P. $25,900.  WEST SECHELT ACREAGE ��� Good Invostmont for tho patient, 200 x  1000 ff, of Highway frontage. Good access, FP $22,900,  A FINE ACREAGE: $35,250 full price Sechelt Village. Just under 5  acros with an attractive vlow and lots of garden soil, Trood property  with a developed well and good road accoss, Partly cleared. Call  Stan.  WEST SECHELT: FARMLAND  Opportunity lostarf a small farm or nursory on 21 + acres,' This land  has rood, power, wator and privacy, Ono of a kind, waiting for your  plans, F.P, $00,000. To view call Boh,  WATERFRONT  IF you want a quiet waterfront retreat  IF you don't have time to build a now, solid houso  IF your boat Is 40 feet It will fit the boathouse  IF you arrlvo by piano there Is a 44 loot float  IF youarocontont with 7 1/2 acros, mostly forest  IF you wont to Invost $75,000 ������ CALL DON I  GIBSONS: Tho ultimate Ihwaforfronf ��� Immaculate 2 BR homo with  basement, Largo vessel moorage right In front of the property. Your  own dock, total protection from all seas, Excellent commercial  potential, Tho lot alone Is worth tho prlco, $105,000. Call Bob for  appolntmont to vlow,  PRICE REDUCED $33,000 . . . WA1FRFRONTI11 Botwoon Powoll  Rlvor ond Lund. 15,5 ncros, 390' wolorlront, Cabin, 2 wells on  piopoity, Cloarod building silo. Subdlvldablo Into 2 parcels, Fiiither  subdivision possible, FT; $117,000,"Owner anxious lo sell, offers  wakorno, Call Vndlm.  WATERFRONT       GIBSONS  Trood building lot on "Tho Bluff". Excellent vlow. Aroa of prestige  homos, Pobhlo boach, $39,900. Call Vodlm,  REDROOFF ROAD WATERFRONT $140,000  Tiiimondouu Invostmont potential, Lost ol largo waterfront  properties on Rodrooffs Rd, R2J ionlng allows subdivision In 1/2  aero parcels, Thoro Is a road right lo wator which has 610' frontage,  Area is 5,1 acres, This could alio make a groat ostato proporty or  group purchase, Investigate tho potontlal with Bob.  LOTS  PEBBLE CRESCENT LOT: Save some tree ft have a garden on this  lovol lot. Easy walking distance to all shops, Prlco now only  $13,500. Call Don,  LOTS  CLEARED, LEVEL LOT: Sochelt Village 62,5 x 120', Ready for  building, Owner will trado as part down payment on homo, Value  $12,500.  WEST SECHELT LOT: $16,900. Large creoksldo Lot on quiet cul do sac  gives privacy In parklike sotting with many beautiful trees, Services  at road, Call Don.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS ���-- $10,000. Extfa largo building lot In area ol  now homos. All services Including paved roads, Call Doug,  ROBERTSCREEK $16,000 oa  Country lots ��� 2 to choose from, Those lots are 1/2 acre or ovor,  closo lo school, store, golf course and boach access, Call Bob,  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS���Inlet view lot 50k 120x90'. Close to marina.  Asking $13,500. Call Don.  BUSINESS BLOCK  GIBSONS LAUNDROMAT: $15,000 F,P. Steady year found trado,  This prlco Includes all equipment In excellent condition. 12  washers, 7 dryors. Renewable loose (jp $350 per month, Idoal lor  loml-retlred couple. Call Jack 885.3211, 885-2053 ovtnlngt,  SFLMA PARK  Itl  1976 3 BR 12' x 60' mobile home. In now condition,  ��� sot up on a rontol spaco now but could bo moved lo your Lot,  ��� whe**�� ��n<* ��a��tv*. A*k)mj ft��,<HX>, '  WATERFRONT ROfiTRrS CRriK Building lot 66'x 166'on Boach  Avo, Lorgo lov����l luillcllnu nllo, Appiovod lor ��opt|r: syslmn, Ixfaillfiiil  vlow, IT; $49,900. Coll Vadim,  SECLUDF/D  WATERFRONT   ACREAGE Do   yqu   want   n   quiet  wolorlront retreat with no roads or cars? Wo have a low PQTCOln ol  evergre-e-rl foraif, 3 to 10 acros ooch. Minimum of 250 foot of  waterfront and stream thru most lots, Located 22 miles of Socholt by  water or air only, Fly tn with Tyeo Airwoys ltd. from Vancouver or  Socholt, or use your own boat, Coll Don.  REDROOFFS ROA6 ��� $23,000 ��� Only one loft I Largo trood l.UJ  acre lot on Rodrooffs Road. Partial vlow'and boach access across  road. Public boat Ipunch only blocks dway, Call Bob for Information,  SANDY HOOK: Spectacular view Lot In quiet residential aroa. 55 x  163' ��onod Rll. Mobile homos pormlttod. Asking $10,500,  SELMA PARK VIEW LOT; Extra largo, 90*17?' lot, Cornet locoflon,  easy accoss. Excellent vlow of Troll Island, FP $13,300.  GIBSONS: $18,900 full prlco ��� Small 3 room cabin on largo Soa  Vlow lot, landscaped, fruit trees, sewer and wator. Closo to boat  launch and beach, Ideal location for boat owner who does not own a  car.  ��� toow t AKe rr*nmom~r t5MfoW"r��wagr on "1 off" wnfoF  front. Plus cement block boathouto. Owes* room, tund��<fc, Property  nlcoly trood, Cottage has L,R, Kitchen Combo, 7 bedrooms, screened  In sun porch, shower, Oood hunting and fishing. Firm price $39,000.  DAVIS BAY: $19,900 full price, 90' frontage on paved dead end  street. Underground telephone A cablevision. largo vlow -   a one  .of., a kind. See Dow0.   .��-,..,.�����,.������.��..���.��,.��.,-,������,.,,.,��.,..���.,,.���-. ,..., ���,........  SECHELT VILLAGE  Only available duplex lot In Village of Secholt, Cloarod and on  sowor, Build now or hold lor potential service Industrial uso,  $20,000, Call Bob,  CHASTER ROAD: $9,900 ��� Good, level lot 67' x 123', closo to school  and all local services, on paved road, Call Don.  MKWA STREET  largo level treed lot on quiet street, close lo Post Otllco. laave your  car ol home and walk lo all shops, Full price $14,500, Coll Don.  ^^   a _~ _ _ . -V".  \ y y  \,.r'  TrSe Creek runoff  Christmas  By Jeanie Norton, 886-9609  * Hvs beginning to look a lot  like Christmas!" That was  the feeling at the Roberts  Creek Christmas Crafts Fair  at the Community Hall last  Saturday. With many craftspeople in attendance, the  Hall always appeared busy  and the crowd of shoppers  buying Christmas  decorations, baking, and gifts  leant a festive air to the  hubbub.  There was a good selection  of Christmas tree ornaments,  varying from painted /bread  dough and stuffed calico to  satin and beads. Fuzzy white  snowmen bespoke a chillier  climate and a beautiful white  ceramic Nativity scene was a  reminder of the first  Christmas. The gingerbread  men were an instant hit with  the small children and the  bright red felt stockings  promised further treats.  If you were quick you could  avoid doing your Christmas  baking. The Bavarian mint  filling for the Norwegian*  krumkake didn't last long but  you could always buy a ticket  on the raffle for the Christmas  cake. The walnut-topped  butterhorns looked delicious  and the dark chocolate  hazelnut clusters were awf 'ly  tempting. And if the hunger  pangs were really strong  there was hot chili in the  kitchen.  Gift-wise, the selection was  enormous. There was work by.  four different potters, handcrafted jewellery by several  people, batik wallhangings  and clothes, woodcarvings by  Ernie Burnett, handmade  cards in several styles-  handlettered, pressed flowers,  and silk-screened-macrame,  knitting and crocheting of all  kinds, and "photos by Jan."  There were hand-printed  pure silk scarves, life-like  stuffed mice and rabbits,  colourful rag rugs, fragrant  sachets, bright calico stuffed  toys, pillows and floor  cushions of all sizes, baby  carriers of a unique design,  children's Christmas flannelette nightgowns, Indian  sweaters, dried flower  arrangements on wicker, plus  inchworms, dried herbs,  clocks with an Indian motif,,  walking birds, paintings done  before your very eyes, if you  looked through the white  elephants you might find a  handy length of chain, and the  stage was devoted primarily  to Nancy's fashions from the  Rainbow's End Boutique.  From the turnout, the Fair  had to be judged a great  success. It wasn't scheduled  to start until 11 a.m. but the  craftspeople were there as  early as 9:30 to choose their  space and arrange their wares  so they were nearly all set up  by 10:30 when the customers  started appearing.  The Fair was sponsored by  the Ways and Means Committee of the Roberts Creek  Community Association but it  was Randie Tame who did all  the organizing. She deserves  a big thanks and  congratulations on a job well  done. Take care, "Little  Mother."  M  FLORON  AGENCIES LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance  Box 238,1589 Marine Drive, Gibsons  886-2248  GIBSONS ��� Two bdrm cottage in lower village, on  sewer, close to shopping; older type house, ideal  as starter. Priced at only $28,500.  GIBSONS ��� Nice two bdrm house, terrific view,  nicley landscaped; carport, workshop, toolshed.  Electric heat. Asking $47,500.  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 many other extras. Ask  for further details of this chobe property.  SECHELT ��� 2 bdrm mobile home with large LR.  Large rec room, sundeck and storage has been  added. In first class condition with W/\V  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 view; asking $8,750.  ROSAMUND ROAD - Three lots cleared, ready to  build; suitable for trailer or mobile; only $10,500  each.  GIBSONS - Level cloarod lot in Gibsons Village on  tower and water. 62' x 182'. Inquire for details.  WHARF ROAD ��� Langdale, good retirement area;  lot 65' x 193', Try your offer.  Other lota in Villago and also in rural areas.  Evenings Call:  Ron McSavaney, 885-3339;  George Cooper, 886-9344  John Black; 880-7316;  AUXILIARY HAMPER  The .Hospital Auxiliary  wish to announce that Mrs. M.  Butcher won the hamper  raffled at their bazaar on  November 10.  WANTED-BABYSITTERS  . It's always difficult for  newcomers to a neighbourhood to find babysitters,  particularly in a widespread  community such as the Creek.  Surely there must be some  teenagers out there with a  babysitting course fresh  under their belts and an  ambition to make their fortunes.  Or perhaps older people  who have a lot of free time,  don't see their grandchildren  on a regular basis, and  wouldn't mind the extra cash.  People willing to take a child  . i        .. i\ - ,.  for the occasional day would  be a real boon (who wants to  drag a toddler into Town for  Christmas shopping?)  So if you're interested, call  me and I'll add your name to a  list of available babysitters,  print" it in the "Runoff" once  or twice, perhaps post it at the  Store, and keep it on file if  parents call. ,  OPEN HOUSE  , At the monthly meeting  last Wednesday the Community ' Association voted to  make the Hall available  Boxing Day afternoon for a  community Open House.  Tentatively, the plan is for a  potluck get-together of  Roberts Creek residents with  children welcome. A nominal  charge of $1 per person would  cover the expenses of the Hall.  Harry Almond is sponsoring  the idea, so if you're, interested give him a call  B.C. CHAMPIONSHIPS  Ron Bunting's group of 19  runners from Roberts Creek  Elementary did well at the  B.C. Elementary Crosscountry Championships at  Swangaard in Burnaby last  Saturday. In a total field of  200-250 runners, Roberts  Creek won both the Grade 5  and Grade 6 Boys Team  Prizes.  , In individual standings,  Sean Longman was fourth in  the Grade 2 Boys. Dale  Campbell was fifth, Harley  Hagedorn sixth and Charlie  Petersen fifteenth in Grade 3.  In Grade 4, David  Longman was second and  Sonny Wood third. Sean  Whelan was third, Jimmy  Fretwell fifth* David  WiUoughby twelfth,  Steven  McLeod thirteenth and  Michael Eckford fourteenth in  Grade 5. Lonnie Allan from  Gibsons placed fifth in Grade  6 boys.  Shelley Brongers was sixth  in the Grade 6 Girls. In Grade  .7, Heidi Brongers was sixth,  Lynette Willoughby tenth, and  Lori Broch 26th.  In Grade 7 Boys, David  McLeod was fourth, Stephen  Horvath 30th, and Loney  Ziakris 33rd.  Roberts Creek is hosting a  District  Cross-country   Run  this Thursday, November 29.  The High School will be  running around 11 and the  Elementary at noon. They'll  be on Beach Avenue and  Marlene Road so watch for  them and watch out for them  if you're driving, please.  Why is it ��� when you park  your car just perfect there  isn't a soul "around to see you  doit?  Peninsula Times PageB-5  Wednesday, Nov. 28,1979  USE  CHRISTMAS  SEALS  It's a matter of life and breath  COME STAY WITH US  at ENGLISH BA Y near STANLEY PA RK  4n beautiful downtown VANCOUVER  TOLL-FREE   800-268-8993  1755   DAVIE STREET   VANCOUVER   B.C.   V6G 1W5  TELEPHONE (604) 682-1831  URGE VIEW LOT  DEERHORN DRIVE  Full Price '750000  BLOCK  ^] BROS.  ED TRAFF  885-9513  Wbara Raal Eatata m serious business ��� bat a ptosis*  THINKING OF RELOCATING?  Don't dehy. Use our Trade Plan. Caller more details.  PHONE FOR FREE CATALOG  Waterfront  WILSON CREEK $32,000  Located on a private road off the  highway on 120' of prime waterfront  near Mission Creek, this two  bedroom A frame with loft and  workshop is ideal for recreation or  permanent residence. Fourteen  years left on Dominion lease on land  which can be prepaid. For more  details, call Rene Sutherland^ J)8 5-  9-362:    " -"-----.=;  Waterfront  TUWANEK  Side by side beauties. 110' of  waterfrontage priced at $28,500 and  95' of waterfrontage priced at  $28,000. Gentle slope to .water and  southerly exposure enhance these  properties. Phone Rene Sutherland  for more details, 885-9362.  Homes  Homes  TIGHT LITTLE ISLAND  - Here is a super spot in Gunboat  Bay. Completely sheltered and  surrounded by deep water. Pilings ih  for a float. Ideal for yachtsman and  people interested in the outdoors,  tall Syd Heal, 885-3295.  RUBY LAKE $43,500  5 acres and 400 feet of waterfront on  beautiful Ruby Lake. There Is road  access to the property. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton for more information.  885-3971.  SANDY HOOK $68,500  Charming waterfront home with 75'  of sandy beach. Greenhouse, garden  areas, many extras. For more  details, call Rene Sutherland at 885-  9362.  SANDY HOOK $27,500  Over 100' of waterfront with lots of  nice fir and arbutus trees. Property is  over one and one quarter acre with  over 580feet In depth, Try your offer  on this hard to find commodity,  Contact  Terry   Brackett,   885-9865.  GIBSONS ,$79,950  Lovely two bedroom quality home on  Gower Point Road, close to shopping.  Panoramic view of North Shore  Mountains, Salmon Rock and Vancouver Island from the deck. To view,  call Rene Sutherland, 885-9362,  PRICE REDUCED BY $6,500  3/4 ACRE AND HOME $43,500  This excellent family home is located  in the.Pender Harbour area and must  be sold. Large carpeted living room,  nook kitchen, den and three  bedrooms, plus family room and  enclosed garage. Don Lock 885-3730  has all details. Please call to see this  home.  ROBERTS CREEK $56,900  J.ocated on Marlene Road, this home  is at present rented as two suites. An  excellent investment fo"r occupation  and rental or rent both suites. Call  Don Lock, 885-3730 for all details  and an appointment to view.  SECHELT VILLAGE $55,000  1320 sq. ft. in this tastefully  decorated 3 BR home. Kitchen is  bright and well planned with a built  in dishwasher, open plan dining  room. Living room is cozy and enjoys  the warmth of a floor to ceiling brick  fireplace.'Large utility with a built in  pantry and entrance to the Insulated  garage - workshop. Thqre is no  wasted space In this house, storage  galore. All windows are thermal  including the sliding door to the  patio. Property Is all cedar fenced  and landscaped, also a wide view of  the mountains from the garden.  Close to the school, shopping, park,  tennis courts. Phone Suzanne  Dunkerton to view this lovely home,  WAKEFIELD ROAD $79,500  Just reduced $5,400  Beautiful contemporary two  bedroom home located right on  Wakefield Creek, This home has  built-in oven, microwave, dishwasher. Also a countertop stove with  International cabinets in kitchen,  Vaulted ceilings and extensive cedar  wood throughout, gigantic bedrooms  with a full bath for each level. Over  460 feet of deck overlooking babbling brook. Also a free standing  acorn fireplace, Ho'mo It situated on  over 3/4 acre lot. Must be seen, Call  Terry Brackett, 885-9865.  GIBSONS $53,500  Revenue duplex in the heart of  Gibsons. One side has two  bedrooms, large living and dining  room, and the other side has one  bedroom. This property has the  potential of being zoned commercial.  Phone Suzanne Dunkerton for more  information on this well priced investment, 885-3971.  EAST PORPOISE BAY $39,500  Two bedroom mobile home with a  large rec room and third bedroom  added on. Purchase price includes  fridge, stove, washer and dryer. Also  16 x 28 foot garage, full insulated.  Located on a large lot, Call Terry  Brackett, 885-9865.  NATURE LOVERS HIDEAWAY $29,500  Call Don Lock, 885-3730 for all information on this 1 BR home located  in desirable Welcome Woods area.  Fully fenced and landscaped lot with  all major trees left on site. A smqll  guest cottage is included.  SECHELT $53,000  New large three bedroom home.  Open kitchen and dining room plan,  lots of cupboard and counter area.  Ensuite off the master bedroom. Full  unfinished basement. View of the  mountains from the front sundeck.  Call Suzanne for more information.  WEST SECHELT $48,500  Cozy three bedroom with fireplace  on Nor-Wes1 Bay Road. Handy  Storage shed built at back of carport.  Newly erected fence at back of home  to ensure privacy. Some nice trees on  lot. Price includes four major appliances. Call Terry Brackett, 885-  9865.  SELMA PARK $18,500  Cozy newly renovated two bedroom  on lease land in Selma Park.  Southerly exposure overlooking Trail  Islands. Excellent terms, spectacular  vlow. Handy to all amenities. Call ���  Terry Brackett, 885-9865.  WILSON CREEK $35,000'  Semi Waterfront. A well maintained  5 year old two bodroom home with  an extra large living and dining room  combination, The fridge, stove,  washer are included. Carport and  storage shed an lovely landscaped  lot. This is a prepaid lease, with 15  years left. Suzanne Dunkerton will  give you more Information on  leases, 885-3971.  SECHELT VILLAGE $10,500      WEST PORPOISE BAY $9,900    VILLAGE LOTS $15,000. mo  Eleven nicely treed lots In this well-      Here's  a  nice  serviced   lot within Clot*    to    Chatelech    Junior  planned subdivision, close to arena, minutes of tho Village, This lot Is Secondary School, located on High-  Good garden soil. For more details, partly cloarod and has lovol building way 101 Ihoto two sldo by sldo  Call Rono Sutherland at  805-9362,      a|to.   Contact  Torry   Brackett,   005.    nicely   trood  lots   are   a   good   In-  9065, vestment, Sower available  In near  future, For more detail* call Rene   .'  Sutherland, 885-9362,   /  ._   ,   PENDER LAKES PROPERTIES  ^"^ Excellent Building Iota In now  aubdlvlalon,  close  to  ..". ��ol�� ./i^j!'.,.      a.       ��� GOFdan���.0gyj.M90y.���wl)h...QC*90yf^.s,and southern ox  �����>  * j;i--^'*t  -  ^ poaure. Pavad roads, water, power and telephone, Ideal  '*     " v *" ���' for building or Investment. Priced from $10,000,00 to  ),00. Call Ray Bernier 885-5225 or Emilie Hen-  685-5363.  ,   *    W   *    H )Q"  O        ��     S, i       "    '} i>       I4CAD.    "  j a a a a ���'- -i|!  ... , i ��" ii   ���' J'.'/V S' '   A .  ������'     '(',   >   ',������'.,���,   ',      ���     ���  l"��**.'  *..��..     "f. .-v-tri  __-____J_4UI7._  ���N  885-3295  Box 979 Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  Next to the Gulf Station  Van. Direct  681-7931  Homes  Acreage  MOBILE HOME  2 bedroom 1 2 x 60' mobile home set  up in local trailer park. Fully skirted  with a view of the Trail Islands.  Fridge and stove included. Asking  SI0,000. Contact Terry Brackett. 885-  9865.  CONTEMPORARY HOME        $77,000  This architect designed 4 bdrm home  must be seen by the discerning  buyer. Compare the flawless workmanship, the fitted wardrobes, in  every bedroom, the oak ship deck  random flooring, the unexcelled  view over Pender Harbour. All  windows double thermo sealed,  electric hot water heating. Space  does not allow me to justify all the  other features so why not let me  show you this beauty - owner will  even consider terms. Call Don Lock,  885-3730 for all details.  SELMA PARK $44,000  Ideal starter for retirement home on  nearly one half acre wjth a view. This  two bedroom hero) is partially  furnished ancLijhclVes fridge, stove,  washer and <^yer.. Also small partially furnished guest cottage which  could bring in extra revenue. Contact  Terry Brackett, 885-9865.  RETIREMENT HOME PLUS       $59,000  Call Don Lock 885-3730 for all details  on this lovely mobile plus a 12 x 60  addition. Well built and insulated,  double windows, heated  greenhouse, beautiful landscaping,  All this located in Madeira Park, and  it may be possible to subdivide two  lots off the .86 acres and leave you  all of the improvements.  SEAMOUNT INDUSTRIAL PARK  Reasonably priced, fully serviced lots  and acreage with sewer, 347-600  volt three phase power, water, and  paved roads. This development  provides a mixed package to suit  your light industrial - service commercial needs. Only a few lots left.  For more details, call Rene at 885-  9362.  LANGDALE $40,000  19 acres of treed property with a  year round creek. Vendor will look at  teimv Phone Suzanne Dunkerton for  more info. 885-3971.  INVESTMENT OR SECLUDED  LIVING ' $53,000  Owner has done all the work and  had plans prepared for subdivision  into three parcels. Now he says 'sell'.  Please call Don Lock, 885-3730 for all  infor. on this 19.5 acre district lot  near to Madeira Park.  CHURCH BUILDING $65,000 FP  1600 sq. ft., with attached living  quarter of 725 sq. ft. at corner of  Martin Road and Sechelt Highway,  Gibsons, This is a high visibility  corner on a lot 50' x 131.80' or 6590  sq, ft. Presently zoned duplex but  rezoning to commercial understood  to be feasible, Conversion to stores,  offices, restaurant could make this  an attractive investment. For details,  Syd, or Frances Heal. 885-3295.  Lots  CREEKSIDE PLACE  10 fully serviced lots, situated approx. 2 miles northwest of Sechelt,  corner of Mason and Norwest Bay  Roads. Level lots to faclllato both  slpglo and double wide trailers, Call  Emlllo Henderson, 885-5383, or Ray  Bornlor, 085-5225.  WAKEFIELD ROAD LOTS  $16,750*a.  Two boautlful s|do by sldo vlow lots  bordering on Wakefield Creek. Good  building sltos, closo to1 villago. For  moro Information, call Rono  Sutherland al 805-9362,  WEST SECHELT  Two lots sldo by sldo located on Nor  Wo��t Bay Road. Prlcod at $12,500  and $9,500, Both lots are servlcod  with wator, hydro and cable. Buy  separately or try offers on both lots.  Contact   Terry   Bracket),   8B59865.  ALDERSPRINOS ROAD $13,800  Closo to boach, shops, lonnls court In  Lower Gibsons. For moro Information, call Rono ot 005-9362,  PENDER HARBOUR $24,500  Commercial lot toned R3-L art Lagoon  Road, 65' frontage, Call Ray Bernier  005-5225 or Emilie Henderson 085-  5303,  HALFMOON BAY $12,900  Oood view bldg, lot on Truman Rd,  lot on Truman Rd, Close to boat  launch, Moro Info, with Ray Dernier  005-5225 or Emllle Henderson 085-  5.103,  TUWANEK-VIEW LOT $9,000  Close to beach and boat launch,  Vendor will carry agreoment for  sale. For more details, phono Rone at  885-9362,  POTENTIAL VIEW $9,500  Just romovo somo of the troos for  flrowood and you'll havo a viow lot,  Close to boat launch. Storage shod  Included in purchase prlco, For  details, call Rono Suthorland,  005-9362.  SECHELT WEST  Ono of the finest controlled subdivisions In West Socholt. 19 lots,  sowor, wator, powor, blacktop,  roads, Most lots trood, wllh possible  vlow, Prtfod Irom $M,500 to  $16,500, For nioro Information  ploaho call Emlllo Hondoison 085-  5303 or Ray Oornlui  005 5225.  FRANCIS PENINSULA $10,000  Excellent Bldg,- lot In new subdivision, wator & Hydro, soptlc  approval, Near Garrons Bay - good  fishing I Emlllo Hondorion, 005-5303,  or Ray Bornlor, BB5-5225,  MILLS ROAD  Ottautilully trood lot wllh a potential  view, Lot has lull sorvlcos and nice  soulhorwesfoily oxposuro, Vendor  will consider offer* on F,P, of  $16,000,  Terry Brackett,  005-9065,  CARNABY PLACE $19,500  Don't miss seeing this hilly sorvlcod  vlow lot on Camaby Place (oil Mills  Rd,) A dandy Investment In a central  location, Plooso call Corry Ross, 005-  9250,  RAY BERNIER SORRY ROSS RENE SUTHERLAND      TERRY BRACKETT     DON LOCK  885-8225 085-9250 885-9362 885-9866 885-3730  EMILIE HENDERSON    SUZANNE DUNKERTON  885-6383 886-3971  POWELL  RIVER  VANCOUVER  j-����*#*t��4)(*#$ **,��**,...��(,-��  NORTH  VANCOUVER   *"" OTnrT'OTnrrr* * " ���"**"*" "~ '"'*"  * ��� -- ���������-. o ����v��-vou   MtMHIR Of    'HOCATION SERVICES CANADA" RIFIRRAl SYS1EM  KINGSWAY  SURREY  LANGLEY  TERRI HANSON  8868295 K?-  \ > ��� <;  PageB-6     The Peninsula Times  .  Gibsons glimpses  Aquatic program  by Marion Alsager, 886-2458  We talked to Lex Tierney,  Swimming instructor, and he  told us about the adapted  aquatic program sponsored  by the Gibsons Lions Club.  This program is for the  physically and mentally  handicapped people. At the  present time they have eight  people who are benefitting  from these lessons. Lex said  that they try to give instruction on a one to one basis  and some of the mothers come  and help as volunteers, plus  the paid staff and so far they  have been very fortunate in  getting the helpers.  The pupils are at different  stages, some are just about  swimming already. The swirl  pool is used for loosening up  the muscles and joints and  then they go into the pool.  General water safety is also  taught. The instructors are  very pleased with the  program and invite anyone  who wishes to have their  handicapped children join this  very worthwhile program.  Thanks goes to the Gibsons  lions Club who take care of  the pool rental for this  program.  CURLING  The Super Valu Invitational Bonspeil held Nov.  il and 12 was a great success.  The A event sponsored by  Labatts was won by the Jack  Vaneart rink of Duncan. Dan  Reitie's rink of Gibsons Super  Valu came second. Peninsula  Cleaners sponsored the "B"  Event, won by the Dave Muir  rink of Campbell River Super  Valu, Pat Doherty rink came  second. Kits Cameras  sponsored the "C" event ahd.  first prize went to Dave Muir's  Vancouver Kelly Douglas  rink and the Ken McDonald  rink of Gibson's Super Valu  took second.  'On Nov. 17 and 18 there was  the Ladies Club Speil. Shoal  Development sponsored  trophies for the "A" event  won by Jhe Maureen Kin-  niburgh rink with Pat Mc-  Dermidi Lori Swan and Laura  Nestman. Sejciohdin"A"went  to the Stella Mutch rink, with  ^ricy Douglas, Berhice  "' Hanchar and Lynn Husband.  First prize for the "B"~  event was won by the Joan  Fraser rink (a first time for.  Joan), with Gail Fredricksen,  Doreen Stewart and Eva  Shilling.   Dierdre Pearson's  rink came second in "B" with  Gladys Elson, Trudy Baba  and'   Marion    Reeves.  Congratulations to the winners and everyone who participated and helped, thank  you.  TRAVELLERS  Mr. and Mrs. Bill Edney  have just returned from an  extended holiday in Britain,  covering England, Scotland,  Wales, sightseeing and  visiting relatives. Bill said  they enjoyed their vacation,  the weather was good but it's  great to be home again and  that no place could compare  with the scenery we have right  here.  Dick and Marlene  Blakeman had a wonderful  holiday in Hawaii the past two  weeks, the weather was  perfect ahd it was real tough  to leave this land of sunshine  and beauty. Also they met up  with Don and Dorothy Skinner  and Don and Esther Andow,  who were vacationing there at  the same time.  Jack and Moira Clement  had a "fun filled" weekend in  Reno, won some, lost some but  had a good time and the  weather was warm for this  time of year.  INTERMEDIATE CARE  Talked with Ken Goddard and  he said that Tenders for the  intermediate care facilities  willopenNov. 28 at 4:00 p.m.  Everything is together and the  Kiwanis organization is happy'  to announce that building will  begin soon.  XMAS BAZAAR  The Brownies, Guides,  Pathfinders and Rangers are  having a Xmas Bazaar on  December 8 in the Sunnycrest  Mall from 10:00 A.M. to 2:00  p.m. Come and see their  unique crafts and support  them.  MEXICAN PARTY  ; A "fantastic'' supper party  was held at the home of David  and Conchita Harding .last,  week, for some of us it was to  celebrate the end of a  "beginners" lesson in  Spanish. The after supper  entertainment was simply  super with Spanish dancing by  Conchita and her cousin  Gracia, some excellent guitar  playing by Angel Juarez and  harp playing by Gordon  Spencer. The Mexican  smorgasbord was scrumptious and a good time was had  by all.  MAXWELL'S    PHARMACY  Is everyone aware that  Maxwell's Pharmacy is open  on Sunday from 124 p.m  GALLERY SHOP  Talked with Trudy Small  who is in charge of the Gallery  Shop and she tells me that she  is negotiating, with Mr; Pafak  for rental of the ex-shoe shop  in lower village for use for the  gallery. It would be much  larger premises, which she  could make good use of arid  the greater window sjJace  would be excellent for display  purposes.; Good luck Trudy!  HOSPITAL FOOD.  . Why do people hate  hospital food, it's nutritious,  well balanced and usually  sufficient quantity; could it be  because the patients never  smell the food cooking?  Would it be possible to, have  these cooking odors, such as  baking or onions frying piped  through ducts to the patients?  We know a person who has  gained two pounds since she's  been home for only one week  and she says it's because she  was not eating or was not even  '"Tasngrjr-while she was in the  hospital. Surely with today's  technology someone would or  could come up with a good  answer.  ���������������������������������I  5     SUNNYCREST  ��� SHOPPING  ��� CENTRE  : 886-2277  B<b  BURN YOUR YULE LOGS  In your own log house this Christmas. 2 yrs. old, 4 bdrms. 3  bathrooms, 12 rooms in all including in-law suite. Over 3,500 sq.  ft. living accommodation oh 5+ acres with year-round creek  and good subdivision possibilities. Absentee vendor should  accept your offer in high 90's which makes for a terrific deal I  REDROOFFS ROAD  A super built 1560 sq.ft. home, on over 1/2 acre. 3bdrmsw/lG  23x13 master bdrm. New w/w carpeting throughout, thermo  windows and new roof. This full bsm't home with workshop is  only 17 yrs old and; has a lovely view over Halfmoon Bay  towards Welcome Pass. Only $71,900.'  LOOKING FOR EXCEPTIONAL LOT  VALUE?  Try one of these; 50'* 1 10' view lot at Granthdms;*only $8250; or  60'x200' lot at Sandy Hook, 200 ft. to beach, only $8500 with  $1,000down.-Bat. at only 10% interest. Both lots serviced with  water and hydro.  IDEAL FOR THE RECLUSE  Just climb the bill on this semi waterfront lot and enjoy the  scenery from inside this small shack with fireplace, you can for  only $11,900.  G. KN0WLES  298-0541 291-2281  BLOCK BROTHERS REALTY  _-  BOX 1490  TRAIL & COWRIE ST.  SECHELT,  V0N3A0  885-2235  TOLL FREE  689-5838  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE  HOPKINS LANDING #158  Two good sized bedrooms and great family  kitchen, Including near now stove and  fridge. Part basement has another bedroom  and storage. Asking $36,900. Try $3,500  down. Eva Carsky 886-7126.  "NEW ON MARKET" #299  Superbly designed and built executive  homo of contemporary style located In  Sandy Hook with VIEW up the Inlet, This  unique homo is one of the finest In tha  whole area with ��o mqny features, Including sunken living room and conversation pit with built-in furniture, not to  mention the sauna of perennial popularity,  VIEW BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Asking  $94,900 and vondor will consider terms.  Bort Walkor 885-3746.  SHAW RD., GIBSONS #288  An Investment In a 3 bedroom, 1400 sq. ft.  home with a full basement, located on 4,58  acres of land, offers a comfortable living  style just minutes from uptown Gibsons,  plus an unlimited potential Investment for  the future, Asking price $79,000. George  Longman 885-3400.  100 FT. OF WATERFRONT #271  2 separate legal parcels of land about 3/4  acres with that "Little Ole House" that you  always talk about, Ready for your reformation about 1125 sq. ft, with a gem to  start with, the antique roll top tub. Pay you  money $67,500 and move In. More? "Tiny  Bob" Kent 885-9461.  GRANDVIEW AND CHASTER #225  Comfortable 2 bodroom, with nice large  sundock, double carport, laundry off kit-  chon, acorn fireplace plus ono bedroom  suite In basomont level, Large lot with  chicken house and vegetable garden.  Asking $67,500. Call Ken Wells 886-7223 or  Eva Carsky 886-7126.  PENDER HARBOUR #4066  REVENUE ��� Three acres with 250 feol  Lagoon Watorfront. 2 fine homes ��� both  rented, A throe bedroom plus a two  bedroom. About 7 years old, A-l condition.  Quiet area, near schools and shops.  Possible assistance with financing, Full  Prlco $114,900. Polor Smith 885-9463,  LOTS AND ACREAGE  "���Wv  III  SIZE AND VALUE #240  This large well built home has plenty of  space and plenty of privacy. Two bedrooms,  dan, extra spacious formal dining room, a  very private master ensuite with lots of  special plumbing. Located closo to school  and the village ol Gibsons. $74,900. Larry  or Ruth Moore, 885-9213.  22 ACRES ��� GARDEN BAY ROAD  A real hedge against Inflation and a great place for luturo rollromont, Fenced and  cross foncod, modern coiy two bodroom homo, Woll built 5 stall barn, two crooks  thru property. Lots of quiet country'solltudo, Price $129,900 with terms available.  Phone K. Wells BSS-2235 or eves, 886-7223.  GENTLY SLOPINO WATERFRONT #210  This great waterfront lot has several good  home ilfei. Build now or hold for future  development, Ihls price won't bo repealed.  Only $29,500 and some terms available.  Ruth Moore 805-9213,  SOUTHWOOD RD. #275  Suitably located on Southwood, this large  lot has a potentlol VIEW & should landscape  into a boon HI ul site, The only lot on the  north side of Southwood (at this time) for  sale, An area of good homes & Is priced to  be very tompelltive wllh other loll In the  same area, $12,950, Larry Reardon 085-  3924.  RIGHT ON I PRICE AND VIEW        # 147 & 148  Hbre's your chance to obtain one or both of  these fine VIEW fats on Deerhorn Drive at a  reasonable price. Power, water and phone  at tho road, both oood size and bargain  prlcod at $9,500 oath or, make your offer  lor both I Dort Walkor 005-3746,  WILDWOODROAD #289  Treed level property 125 x 200 with  driveway, suitable for mobile or building.  1'ilco Includes lravel Trailer and garden  shod, Water and hydro available, $13,500.  M (laker (1052641,  HOMES WITH 5.79 ACRES #290  Offers It all. Lower Roberts Creek.  Luxurious private living, with economy In  mind. Outsldo the home, you'll find plenty  of cultivated garden, abundance of fruit  trees and a completely fenced In area for  small animals, Inside the home features  thermostatically controlled wood stove,  feature fireplace, on-sulte, chandeliers,  concrete foundation with vapor buffer. The  list goes on and on. MUST BE SEEN. Asking  $97,000, George Longman 885-3400.  WEST SECHELT #267  WAKEFIELD AND ACORN RD.' Building lot,  nicely cleared with some dandy trees  remaining, All services except sower,  Priced to sell quick at $12,500. Owner will  consider oiler*. George Longman 005-3400.  WATERFRONT LOT ��� 100 FT #282  Secluded, road accoss. Hydro, sewer hook  up available, Water system, Quiet cove,  $32,50011 WHAT MORE CAN I TELL YOU?  "Tiny Bob" Kent 885-9461.  SEA VIEW LANG ���  SANDY HOOK  Large lot Is close to 3/4 acio Is situated on a  cul-de-iac which limits the passage of  disturbing tialllc. II provides an excellent  opportunity to build wllh a view of Sechelt  Inlet In an area of newer home* with a  lovely rural setting. All offers will be  considered, asking pr|co $9,000, Eric  Rudland'805-9857.  K> BAKER ���   IARRY MOORE  LARRY REARDON  WE'RE THE NEIGHBORHOOD PROFESSIONALS FOR YOU.   CHUCK    BOWMAN��     SAltS MNG, GEORGE LONGMAN  ���fc m ar~w ��� ^afm^^maaww^t m ���  ERIC RUDLAND  RUTH MOORE  R. m.   "TINY BOB" Kf NT  PETER SMITH  LYNN WILSON  RITA mCHtSON  BERT WALKER  ���iiimniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiig  VANCOUVER     ���  TOLL FREE      ���  AND UAND DEVELOPMENT LTD.  R.R. 2-Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  CONVEYANCING* REAL ESTATE CONSULTING ���APPRAISALS* NOTARY PUBLIC  682-1513 :  �����-���������'i  HOMES  6  ���  5  S  HOPKINS:   view   home" near   beach   and  Hopkins Store, Loads  of  room  for   large  family or lots of quests. Five bedrooms, two .  bathrooms. Two view sundecks.. $59,500.  MOUNTAINVIEW: New three bedroom  home in Creekside Park Estates. Close to  schools, shopping and all amenities. For  first home buyers there are grants between  $1,000 and $2,500 which do not have to be  prepaid. Large assumable mortgage.  $46,500.  ELPHINSTONE: Quiet and private setting  the panoramic view as only the Granthams  Landing area can provide. This well built  home features three large bedrooms,  sliding glass doors onto sundeck and  view! view! view! The home is 1150  square feet with partial basement- for rec  room ond workshop. Nicely landscaped  grounds round out this comfortable living  package. $52,900.  SELMA PARK ��� NOT ON LtAbt LftND. 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.  CHASTER RD:' Two bedroom A-frame on  large lot for a small price. $24,900.  CONRAD RD: Two bedroom home with two  full bathrooms situated on 2 1/2 acres of  level treed, land. Creek runs through the  property only 60 feet from the front door of  the cottage. Ideal starter home or  recreational property. $31,500.  PARK RD: Three bedroom home on 5 acres  in   Gibsons.   A   good   holding   property  $74,900. - ���������������   ;  GOWER PT. 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 bedroom has large three piece  ensuite two sundecks and skylights. Expensive cedar finish in living room and  dining room with skylights and vaulted  ceilings. Sunken living room and conversation pit both with fireplace. Beautiful  large kitchen with fridge, stove and dishwasher. Sauna with shower. Thermal  windows throughout and energy saving  warm oir circulator make this home a must  to own. Phone to view anytime. $95,000.  DAVIS RD: Exceptionally well built three  bedroom home. Heatilator fireplace, two  sundecks, family dining room plus eating  area in kitchen. All this on main floor,  landscaped level lot with storage shed, full  garden in and double garage. PLUS - two  furnished suites -n basement, self-contained  with private entrances, rental $200 each  suite. This is a fantastic value ahd only tow  blocks to shopping, schools, etc. $87,500.  BUY A LOT IN CREEKSIDE  PARK ESTATES ON TIME I  10% INTEREST RATE  10% INTEREST RATE  Purchase your lot for as little as  $1,000.00 down.  Payments tailored to your requirements  Live in this quiet area of winding streets  and cul-de-sacs.  Close to schools, medical clinic, theatre,  swimmingj)ool  & two shopping centres.  COME IN AND DISCUSS TERMS.  PURCHASE NOW FOR THE FUTURE.  LEEK RD: New home on 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.  CEMETERY RD: 2 1/2 acre hobby farm with  view of Gerogia Strait less than one mile to  schools and shopping with lots of country  charm. Nearly 1200 square feet log home  with shake roof. Three bedrooms, 1 1 '7  bathrooms. Floor to ceiling cut rock  fireplace in livingroom. 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 self-watering  tie stalls, 4-10x10' box stalls and 10x10'  tack room. Many extras. $69,900.  CHAMBERLIN RD: Very attractive panabode  on 3 1 '7 acres. House is .bright with large  windows and has a large cobblestone  fireplace. Acreage is mostly in grass and  trees. Very private and peaceful. A nice  studio for hobbies and large sauna in the  garden complete this tranquil setting.  $79,900.  PRATT RD: Stunning  remodelling  on  this |  1250 square feet home makers it a great  buy. The fact that it's on 2.8 acres makes it i  evtn better, and the fact it has a mortgage ]  of   approximately   $43,000   at    10 1 /4%  makes it irresistible. $58,500 firm. 1  B  ���_.j"  COMMERCIAL - INVESTMENT - REVENUE  B  ���  ���  B  HWY. 101 GIBSONS: Fully rented nine unit  apartment block with over $18,000 yearly  revenue. Very heat 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 approximately1000.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: Ide^t^Mtiyjesrtintenfw 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.  '..��������V  WINN RD: 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,  PORT MELLON HIGHWAY & DUNHAM RD:  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 ahd many  'extras including all new landscaping make  these suites very rentable at $300 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 commercially zoned property in  this area, the land itself is extremely  valuable. Aside from stor* profits there is  additional revenue fror.. othersources,' such  as collection of wharfingei (eo's frorp the  government wharf adjoining this property,  plus post office and an upstairs revenue  suite. This is an ideal husband-wife  situation. Always wanted to be your own  boss, then don't miss this opportunity.  GOWER POINT RD: Between the Ritz Motel  and the Post Office. Two lots each with 50  foot frontage across from the proposed  Marina, site. Tw,o older homes on sewer,  each on their own lot. Excellent investment  potential with rental revenue to pay the  bills. $54,900.  ' GIBSONS: 11 - three bedroom Townhouses -  with, harbour view. 1564 square feet on 2  levels, w/w carpets, 1 1/2 baths, recreation  room. Close to schools and shopping. Priced  below replacement cost. You can't buy this  size of living area for the- price. From  $34,500. financing available.  ' FAIRVIEW RD: Twoyear old duplex on a 1 /2  acre totJ7epfeWnts'"'the7ideal investrnent  property. There are.1232 square feet in  both' o^fhese'side by side^units7Features  are post and beam construction with  feature fireplace^sundecks, landscaped  with concrete driveway. Appeals to two  separate rental markets with a two and a  three bedroom suite. Yearly income is over  $7,000. Simply Assume the $54,000 1st  mortgage at 10 1/4%, add your down-  payment to purchase this excellent 10%  M.U.R.B. investment value. $79,900.  DAVIS BAY: INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY!  Trailer Court near sunny Davis Bay. Large  three, bedroom home for new owners, 18  trailer pads and hook-ups for four campers.  2 1.2 acres with large creek at back.  $179,000.  B  ���i  ���  i  ���  ���  B  LOTS  B  B  B  BURNS RD: Good building lot, 65x130 on flat land In Gibsons.  Village, Four blocks from Post Office, store and transportation,  lightly trood, Throe blocks from ocean. All services available.  $11,000,  HIGHWAY 101: Largo lot 82 foot on Highway 101 and 271 feet  on School Road, This CDA zone could be commercial. Prime  opportunity to develop. $45,000,  SCHOOL & WYNGART; Beautiful vlow from this duplox zoned lot  overlooking the Bay, Close to schools and shopping, Perfectly  sultod to sldo-by-sldo or up-down duplex construction. $16,500.  FIRCREST RD; Roqsonably prlcod lots with nice trees, Dead ond  street safe for children. A great area for families. Priced at  $lp,500,  GRADY ROAD: Building lot 75' x 250' x 75' x 253" approx. All  services excopt sower. Viewed and selectively cleared. $ 14,000,  HWY 10) & ARGENT RD: 6/10 of an acre of troed and in Roberts  Crook two blocks from Masonic Hall. Two dwolllngs allowed on  tho property, 100 foot of highway frontage that would be ideal  for domestic Industry site with home behind. On hydro and  regional water. $14,900,  GOWER PT, RD at 14th: Lovely vlow cornor lot. Two plateaus for  your choice ol building situs. Two homos could bo built on this  1/2 ocro, Partially cleared, Could bo accessod from Grandvlow  Road for qulot rural sotting, Approximately 85x265', $17,900.  ABBS RD; View of Bay area and Georgia Strait Is yours from this  beautiful lot In area of oleborato homes. Two blocks to schools  and shopping. $19,900.  BROWNING ROAD: Waterfront. Beautiful large waterfront  building lot In area of quality homes. Water, hydro, cable.  Southern exposure overlooks Georgia Strait to Vancouver  Island. Ideal Investment. Owner must sell $79,900,  LANGDALE RIDGE SUB-DIVISION; Fantastic view lots. An aroa of  now and varied homos, These lots olfor thomsolvos to many  dlfforont building locations, Enjoy privacy and tho vlow of Howo  Sound,  POPLAR LANE: Beautiful flat building lot with vlow of North  Shore Mountains, Located on the end of a quiot cul-do-soc only  ono block to Sunnycrost Shopping Contro and schools. All  services Including sowor. Adjaconl to grass playing Hold.  $16,900,  BONNIEBROOK SUB-DIVISION; Extra large view lots In qulot cul-  de-iac. All services, easy cartop boat launching. Only one block  from tho beach and Chatter Park.  SUNNYSIDE SUBDIVISION: Large lots most with 100' frontage  with 150 depth, In quiet rural setting. All lots nlcoly trood with  southern exposure, 1 1 /2 blocks to schools and shopping centre,  Priced from $13,900.  B  SMITH RD: Good vlow lot 125x165 approximately with a good  building ttlto and nn unobstructed ocoan view, $13,500.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS: Beautiful view lot,  and close to boat launching. $11,500,  Underground services  ���  BB  B  YMCA RD: Lnngdalo, Building lot 07x163 on quint doad ond  slroot and ready to build on, $12,900,  POPLAR  LANE;  70x130  panhandle  lot  on   sewor,   Excellent  neighbourhood only one block to schools and shopping. Flat  easy to build on lot with private driveway, (13,900.  HJWANEK, 1)0x140 lot only ono block to boach. Full view of the  Inlot, Piped community wator available, $9,900,  GOWER POINT ROAD; Largo vlow lot, Hos boon cleared al ono  tlmo, Power and wator at front of lot, $16,500,  IAIRMON1 RD; Beautiful vlow lot In tho Village ol Gibsons,  Partially cloarod 71x115 with southorn oxposuro. This It tho  only remaining vacant lot In this qulot cul-dosac In area ol now  quality homos, $16,900.  SARGENT RD: Largo landscaped lot with (jdrngo und hull tmuo  right In the hearl of Gibsons. Absolutely spectacular view. May  bo purchased along with adjoining house ond lot, $23,500.  ACREAGE  HWY 101 Approxlmatolyl6acros. 2nd growth troos, lovol, groat  lor n hobby Inim, Closo to Gibsons, Good holding property and  priced at only $4,000 par aero, Sqq this now. Largo acreages are  Oottlng scarce, $64,000,  MIDDLEPOINT HWY 101 ��� + 17 acres vacantlarwi located on  Highway 101, Mlddlepolnt,"30�� mllos from Gibsons, Logging  road, not Is use, through property. Average subdivision ��Ue  permitted   12  ocro,   Southerly   exposure   and   good   view.  ta*,*oa. ���       ...   'UMMtmutRD ranmewt  886-7760        885-3670  WW (SURREY   ARIttFETTERSER  886-2164 886-9793  MIDDLEPOINT HWY 101; �� 20 acres with Insulated collage |,nt  remodelled. Located on Highway 101 in Mlddlepolnt * 28 miloi  Irom Gibsons, Average subdivision slro permitted |/2 aero,  Cottage ho* all services, southerly exposure and vlow from  higher olovotion ot roar, $49,500,  1AYWSSER   WW ROBERTS   STEW SAWYER    GARYfUCKETT  885-3300        886-8040 885-2691 886-9508  5. *-".  \  '  -J  yr       *>���   "J.  -y  "WtfZf&M&Y^ -  \/  Wednesday, Nov. 28,1979 The Peninsula Times  PageB-7  Automotive Service  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts * Sales * Service  ' Rotor Lather Service for Disc Brakes  , and Drum Brakes ^  * Valve and Seat Grinding  * All Makes Serviced       Datsun Specialists  Gibsons Phone 886-7 919  ECONOMY AUTO PARTS LTD.  Automobile, Industrial  ond Body Shop Supplies  Sechelt 885-5181  WAL-VEN AUTO BODY  BODY WORK  AND  PAINTWORK    .  Sunshine Coast Highway  GIBSONS 886-7133  Blasting  Ted's Blasting & Contracting Ltd.  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  * Basements * Driveways * Septic Tanks  -  Stumps * Ditch Lines  Call for a free estimate anytime  883-2734  "Air Track Available"   883-2385  TED DONLEV PENDER HARBOUR  Disposal Services  . SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  Port Mellon to Olo's Cove  Tel: 886-2938 or 885-9973  * Commercial Containers Available  Building Supplies  A.C. RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.   ���  I All Your Building Needs  I Madeira Park Phone 883-2585  SUPERIOR MUFFLER LTD.  BING'S EXHAUST PLUS LTD.  * Complete Exhausts * Shocks * Roll Bars  * Side Pipes * Stacks  * Running Boards * Duel Pipe Conversion  100% guarantee ��� Parts and labour  Next to Wal-Ven Auto Body '  * AUTOMOTIVE & MARINE  (in board & outboards) REPAIRS  CHARGEX    -  Gas''  Diesel  Tow truck service  BCAA  VISA  Contractors  RAY'S TRUCKING  Gravel * Fill * Dralnrock  SERVING PENDER HARBOUR  885-5260  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  ��� Residential 8 Commercial Wiring  -~ Pole Line Installations  ��� Electric Heating  Ron Sim 88,5-2062 Rick Sim  J.B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  Dump Truck - Backhoe - Cat  Water, Sewer, Drainage Installation  Land Clearing  FREE ESTIMATES  ALfMOON INN  & SERVICES        885-5500  8 miles north of SecheltTHwy. 101  Come in out of  the Rain, Dear...  and consult the  BUSINESS  DIRECTORY  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  FlooringeCabinets  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  Kitchen Cabinets  Specialists In 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  ANTHOR GLASS CO. LTD.  885-2153 Sechelt  WINDOWS * STORM WINDOWS * STORM  DOORS  MIRRORS * SLIDING MIRROR WARDROBE  DOORS  MIRRORED BATHROOM CABINETS * CUSTOM  WINDOWS  SLIDING PATIO DOORS * & INSTALLATION  Duane Thorsteinson  KENDeVRIES&SONLTD.  FLOORCOVERINGS  CARPETS - TILES - LINOLEUMS - DRAPES  GIBSONS* SECHELT  885-3424  I  ROGERS CABINETS LTD.  A Custom Birch Kitchen  Av: $1900.00-10 Days Delivery  Anywhere on Peninsula  ,   Call 883-2676 Eves.  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TOOLS & EQUIPMENT RENTALS  Scaffolding, Rock Drills, Power Tools,  Automotive Tools, Pumps, Generators, ���'  and Compressors  Highway 101 . 583-2585  at Francis Peninsula Road  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 Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C.  886-2700  SALES & SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday, 8:30 am to 5.30 pm  Friday evening by appointment only  Towing  * GA5 _ DIESEL PUMPS  * TOW TRUCK SERVICE  * BCAA  VISA  CHARGEX  AliMOON II  & SERVICES  885-5500  Secretarial  una Mckenzie  General Secretarial Work  Your Office or My Home  885-5641  8 miles north of Sechelt, Hwy. 101     J  Upholsterers  \^ Upholsterers  WE   BUILD   THE   BEST   BOAT  TOPS ON THE B.C. 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I  ���^*   .     _        ,_*      .     -_._   J r  Squaringly yours  By Maurice Hemstreet  llello dere fellow square dancers, once*  again it's time to bring you the square  dance news of The Sunshine Coast Country  Stars so lets get on with it.  For some unknown reason my column  didn't make the paper a couple of weeks  back so lets start with Nov. 16th. with  caller Harry Robertson on stage pulling  the bloopers and a neat four sets of dancers on the floor.  Something in the wind about going  down and joining Al and Joy Berry and  their Surrey Square Wheelers and I for one  am looking forward to this trip so for more  on this action just keep an eye on this  column.  The B.C. Square Dance Ball is set for  Feb. 9th. next year with two ball rooms to  square dance in, should be a lot of fun with  about twelve hundred dancers.  Nov. 18th ��� A pancake breakfast was  held "at the Granthams Hall in honour of  the beginner classes. With over four sets  ready to square up a great time was had  and a big thank you goes out to the Country  Stars that were oh hand early to flip the  flapjacks. Our classes reported to me that  they Trad a fantastic time, well, we are  glad and great times is what square  , dancing is all about.  Nov, 23rd. ��� Yup, me on deck to call  the squares at The Roberts Creek School  Gym and with over three sets to scramble  for position on the floor the evening was  soon exhausted and so were the dancers.  Someone a while bade asked me if I could  keep up with the new square dance calls.  Well, I guess they now know that I can  without breathing too hard but I still intend to remain a mainstream caller (thats  about ninety-seven basics) because my  idea of a great square dance evening is to  have fun on the floor and plenty of  relaxation and be able to meet new people,  talk to them without huffinandapiiffin then  head for home to set around with a cup of  coffee and chat about an evening out that  was filled with square dance calls that one  didn't have to concentrate so hard on that  there wasn't a smile on the faces of anyone  on the floor. Where is square dancing  going? to the top of course, but only if  there is fun and friendship to be had and I  mean Good CLEAN Fun.  Vice. Pres. Ron Huggins pounded On  the table and said, you all voted me in here  so be quiet and listen, and thats just what  we did, a very rare occasion indeed.  Louise Mason has resigned as  secretary treasurer and Maureen Zueff  will take her place, and, well chee whiz  Louise, who we going to pick on, are u  going tu keep coming to the squares, will  we miss yur smile, tune in next week for a  happy, keep smiling and we will see what  is a come, have a happy, day.  STERLING SILVER CHARM  BRACELETS ��� A truly beautiful, long-  lasting gift!  MISS BEE'S,  SECHELT  PageB-8 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday,, November 28,1979  HALE  OPTICAL  'Serving the  Sunshine  Coast  with the finest in eyewear'  9-5 Mon. thru Fri.  7030 Albernl St.  (next to Overwaitea)  Powell River B.C.  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The first-place finish continued a string  of impressive showings by Elphinstone  teams, which had finished fourth, second  and fourth in the three previous provincial  championships.  The final match was marked by the  cool play of setter Renee Michaud, at 14  the youngest player on the floor, the hitting and, blocking of Lisa Bjornson and  -��r',V*  Mamie Jamieson and the steady all-  around performances of all-star Shannon  Macey, Debbie McDonald and captain  Shelley Wagner.  Coach Roger Douglas stayed with this  combination for.all three games of the  final, but substitutes Lynn Pauloski,  Kirsten Storvold and Scilla Webb contributed to earlier tournament victories  over Aldergrove, Notre Dame, Pleasant  Valley, George Elliott, Brentwood College  andLFA.  Elphinstone won every match it played,  dropping only three of 20 games. Its  toughest games were not with LFA but  with George Elliott, the third-place team.  Scores of this Friday match were 15-6,13-  15,18-16.  In the first game of the championship  match, Shannon Macey served three  straight points to break open a close 11-9  game and Elphinstone won it on Debbie  .McDonald's spike.  ^ McDonald served five consecutive  points at one stage of the second game,  which Elphinstone dominated on great  spiking and blocking by Bjornson and  Jamieson. Macey's booming serve landed  untouched between two LFA players to  close out the game, 154. ,  LFA took a 5-1 lead in the third game  but the Elphinstone girls, encouraging  eafch other after every point, rallied to tie  the game at 7, then quickly added six more  points and won handily.  In ceremonies after the match, the  Elphinstone team received ribbons,  medallions, the championship trophy and  ���^TTV  PETE RIGBY stretches out in his delivery at the Gibsons Men's Open Bonspiel last weekend in a game  against Gold River. Rigby's team was skipped by Maurice Pearson.  Time out  - ��� 'fcVacV-i* -  ���-**_  Virtues of flying  by Steve Ripper  jtar.^-Vw-^L,* 4-Wtj-a i  t_^SS_  *���*���    **&_    ,"?  _L  Ask any cycling'enthusiast lo expound  on the virtues of cycling. He or she will  talk of renewed health arid vigour, of the  fresh air, and of the silence. What they  tend to neglect to mention is the. dogs, the  traffic, and particularly applicable to the  Coast, poor road conditions.  After a trip in which I was chased by a  pack of dogs, hit a exceptionally deep  pothole and careened into a car which was  parked, fortunately) I began thinking  about alternate modes of transportation.  Wouldn't it be nice; to get above the  whole mess and still retain the silence,  fresh air, renewed health and vigour,  while gaining a fabulous view? What I'm  talking about is man-powered flight.  Another man, Henry Kremer had a  slmillar dream (for different reasons, I'm  sure) and set about to hasten the transition  from dream to reality. He posted a 5000  pound prize to the first person to successfully navigate a demanding course,  replete with 180 degree turns, in an airplane powered by human muscle alone.  As the prize went unclaimed the  English pound devalued so that the prize  was doubled and finally set at 50,000  pounds. After 18 years of wait Kremer was  to have his dream realized.  On the dawn of an August day in 1977  Bryan Allen strapped  himself  into a  transparent airplane. He pedalled around  the course at a painfully slow speed,  always remaining at least ten feet above  the ground. Kremers dream was realized.  The craft is the creation of Ken  MaCready, a Caltech aerodynamics P.H.-  D. and president of Aerovironment Incorporated. It flew the course only 11  months after MaCreadys initial model was  built.  SKIDDER OWNERS  Operating in rough local conditions ��� Your skidder deserves the  best available. 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Penalties played a major role since  the Creek found themselves shorthanded a  great deal in the third period. It was Terry  Germaine tallying the winner as the Creek  held on for the win.  Crowns 3 vs Creek 0  Art Chemas' goaltending made the  difference as the Crown gave the Creek its  second defeat, and pulled themselves into  the evertightening race. Rick Ion and Stu  Orpen once again led the attack for the  Crown.  Crown 2 vs Gibsons 5  After a big win oh Wednesday, Gibsons  decided to make a run of the league  spoiling the Crowns first night wearing  their new uniforms. Tied 3-3 after two  periods, Dave Nestman iced the win for  Gibsons in the third period. Rick Haine in  the nets recorded his first win of the young  season.  Cozy Court Bruins 12 vs Crowns 3  Crowns continued their slide while  Dave Lamb continued to score, as the  Bruins overcame a quick 2-0 start by the  Crowns. Lamb connected for four goals  while Bodarnek and Darren Dixon added a  pair each.  Creek 10 vs Gibsons 7  In a game that saw some fine individual  plays with lots of scoring it was the Creek  coming back from an earlier defeat in the  ��� Joint-use  ���From Page A-l  Thompson said he was getting "a little  concerned" over the delay since Dr. Jack  Malnarick is waiting to purchase the  village office property.  "The man has been very patient,  waiting as long as he has."  Thompson feels a number of the board  members want to stay in Gibsons.  "It's most- discouraging to hear they  are still fighting back and forth," he said.  "The school board is beginning to get a  little egg on its face by not making up its  mind."  After the end of the month, Thompson's  term as alderman ends and he said he is  willing to give "whatever information and  help they (in-coming council) ask of me."  "I can see things being tied up for  awhile yet.''  week to register their fifth win in seven  starts. One of the prettiest goals was  scored by Cece Duff on a solo rush full  length while his team was 2 men short.  The Creek got steady goaltending from  young midget Wilf Lethbridge playing for  the injured Darcey Blake.  SCMHL STANDINGS  as of Sat. Nov. 24)  Team GP  W L T  Pts  Cozy Court Bruins 6 6 0 0  12  TheCreek 7 5  2 - 10  Crowns 7 5  4 1    5  Gibsons 7 2  5-4  Anderson A's 5 -41    1  The only league game this week will be  This Top  30 Record  Survey Is  Brought  To You  Each Week  the second place Creek team going after  the front-running Cozy Court Bruins,  Thursday night. Game time 8:00 p.m.  SCMHL EXHIBITION  Deci 1, Saturday at 8:00 p.m., a combined team of the Anderson A's and Cozy  Court Bruins will meet the Wnistler  Winterhawks of the Squamish  Commercial league. The Winterhawks,  presently in second place in the six team  Squamish league will be led by former  Sechelt Constable Tom Hansen. 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Your family .  together? The pleasure of being with old  friends? These are the greatest gifts of all-  ���but then add the. fun and excitement of  getting ready.   \ \  The tantalizing whiffs of fresh-baked  cookies,' succulent ham and homemade  breads tells us that Christmas begins in  the kitchen. Goodies and extra treats are  stuffed* away in tins, the freezer, ahd odd  places where they won't be found.  Decorations will soon be up and all  children are hoping for snow.  It's time to make those special baked  gifts and load up the family larder. It's the  little extras that makes the holiday so  festive. We share with a few-  Cranberry-Orange Relish      '    ���  Put one pound (four cups) fresh cranberries through food chopper using fine  blade. Quarter two oranges and one  lemon; remove seeds; grind. Add one cup  sugar and one cup light corn syrup; stir  .until sugar is dissolved. Pour into  refrigerator trays and freeze to a mush  . (about* one hour). Serve in peach halves.  Use remainder as meat accompaniment  another time. Keep refrigerated, makes  about four cups.  To frost grapes: dip small bunches of  grapes into slightly beaten egg whites and  drain off excess. Dip in granulated sugar.  When dry, arrange on tray of assorted  fruits. (After drying on a wire rack, may  be loosely-covered and refrigerated.)  ��   ��   *  Guacamole  In a chopping bowl, place one small  tomato, one small onion, one small dried  red pepper (optional); chop fine. Pare,  pit, six avocados; add to tomato with two  teaspoons salt, two teaspoons lemon juice,  two tablespoons mayonnaise, one teaspoon  salad oil, four drops of tobasco, chop fine���  don't mash. Serve on chilled shredded  lettuce. Serves seven to eight.  *       *       *  Pickled Eggs  Strain juice from pickled beets or sweet  pickles; dilute with water if too strong.  Use to cover shelled, hard-cooked eggs,  (use a glass container). Chill one to two  days, no longer.  1% cups hot water  one can (one pound) jellied cranberry  sauce  "Ms cup chopped walnuts or pecans  one cup diced celery  Dissolve  gelatin  in  hot  water  in  medium-sized bowl. Add Cranberry sauce,  stir until smooth. Chill until mixture just  begins to set. Fold in walnuts or pecans  and celery. Pour into a pretty three cup  'mold or into eight (3 oz.) individual molds.  . Chill until firm . Serves eight.  ��   *   *  Quick and Easy Pickled Peaches  So good with chicken or turkey  One can (about one pound) cling peach  halves  two tablespoons vinegar  one tablespoon mixed pickling spice  Drain syrup from peach halves into a  small saucepan; add vinegar and pickling  spices. Heat to boiling, then simmer for  five minutes. Place peach halves in a  small bowl. Strain the hot syrup over; let  stand at least one hour to blend the flavors.  Serve warm or chilled.  *   *��� */  Avocado Cocktail        icktail  one large avocado  V. cup chili sauce  one teaspoon bottled horseradish  V_ teaspoon Worcestershire sauce  one tablespoon lemon juice  one tablespoon mayonnaise  V_ teaspoon salt  Chill the -avocado. Blend together  remaining ingredients. Chill. Just before  serving, pare the avocado and cut into  cubes or wedge)shaped pieces. Arrange" in  three or four sherbet glasses top each  serving with the chilled sauce.  ��       *       *  Party Cheese Ball  Vz cup chopped walnuts  three to five ozs. Bleu or Rocquefort  cheese  Vi tsp garlic salt  one tablespoon chopped green pepper  one tablespoon chopped pimento  Heat oven to 350 degrees F. Spread  walnuts in a shallow pan and toast,  stirring occasionally until golden brown.  (8 to 10minutes). Blend other ingredients.  Chill until firm. Shape into a round ball.  Roll in the toasted nuts. Chill until serving  time. Serve with crackers.  serve   bedecked   with, holly   sprig.  Macaroon cookies are nice with the ice  cream,  *      *      *  Next time you want to serve chilled  boullion. Chill it in a square pan, cube it  and pile it high in peeled avocado halves  that you have brushed with French  dressing to which you have added extra  -lemon juice,., Spoon on sour cream  dressing into which you have sneaked a  few little canned shrimp. Top with a sprig  of parsley. Delicious!  , *       *       *  Make aheads: A different kind of fruit  cake. Frozen  Frozen Fruit Cake  Scald two cups milk in double boiler  and gradually stir in %.cup sugar, V* cup  flour, and Vi teaspoon salt; blend together:  Continue to cook and stir, for about five  minutes. Spoon a small amount of this hot  mixture over two slightly beaten eggs, mix  well and then add to the hot contents of the  double boiler. Cook and stir continuously  until thick. Add one teaspoon vanilla and  cool.  Meanwhile butter ti 5 x 9 loaf pan.  When custard has cooled stir in two cups  finely crumbled macaroons-the packaged  kind, one cup white raisins, one cup'  chopped pecans, Vz cup chopped candied  cherries. Fold in one cup cream whipped  thick but not, stiff.  Pour into prepared pan and freeze at  least 24 hours. To serve turn out and let  soften slightly, then cut in % inch slices.  *    "     �� *  Snappy Cheese and Ham Pinwheels  May be made up to two weeks ahead,  two packages (3 oz. each) cream cheese  one jar (five oz) bleu cheese spread  Vz teaspoon onion juice  five slices boiled ham   ,  about 4 "x 6 x Yb inches  Soften the two cheeses at room temperature. Beat cream cheese until light  and fluffy; gradually beat in blue cheese;  stir in onion juice. Divide into five portions. Spread each portion on a slice of  ham; roll up tightly-jelly roll fashion,  then wrap snugly in foil, being careful to  exclude as much air as possible. Freeze  twenty to thirty minutes before serving:  Slice frozen rolls into % inch thick slices;  place on serving dish. Makes about 30.  FLORENTINES  these, are chewy chocolate iced cookies,  with careful handling they hold up well,  make perfect gift cookies.  % cup butter '  Vz cup sugar  . 2 tablesps. corn syrup  Vz cup sifted flour .  . Vz cup candied cherries, coarsely chopped  Two-thirds cup mixed peel, coarsly  chopped  Vz cup coarsely chopped walnuts and  almonds  One-third cup slivered almonds  12 ounces semi-sweet chocolate, melted  over hot water  .-Combine butter, sugar, and syrup, and  stir over medium heat until warmed, but  not too hot. Remove from heat and stir in  the sifted flour, fruit and nuts. Drop by  spoonful onto a buttered baking sheet and  bake in a 356 degrees F. oven until flat and  medium brown. Remove with a spatula to  racks.  When cooled, brush the flat side with  the melted chocolate, and when it begins to  '��� set, form wavy lines across the tops with a  fork. You may decorate each cookie with  half a red candied cherry. Will yield about  40 cookies.        Many sizes and styles of JEWEL CASES  ��� Walnut exterior, colourful interior ��� a  very handsome gift! ���Miss Bee's Sechelt.  Wednesday, November 28,1979 The Peninsula Times  PageC-3  Pitch-In  K��ep  Dftti/h Columbia  Beautiful  For dessert: Ice cream "tree balls."  (tiny scoops of raspberry and lime ice  cream).   Scoop ice cream balls ahead-  onto a cookie sheet: freeze., until firm.  New style devilled eggs  Chop six hard-cooked eggs till fine and  crumbly; add one teaspoon minced onion,  three crumbled slices crisp cooked bacon,  Vz teaspoon salt, speck of pepper, V_ -. Mq sherbet ^.^^ when readv to  Ifehs^TjSrT'prepaTed^toMiSt.frdv ^'ctfpr:^ ^*^-��9$S?L -?" 88$L?  mayonnaise, mix until creamy; form into  shape of eggs; roll each in Vz cup finely-    ^^PHBHHM������������������������������������������������-  grated chedar cheese. Chill, makes seven  eggs.  *       *       *  Cucumbers with sour cream  Pare and slice three cucumbers with  vegetable parer. Add 1% teaspoons salt,  Vs teaspoon pepper, three tablespoons  minced chives or scallions, one cup sour  cream, two tablespoons lemon juice. Mix  well and chill 15 to 20 minutes-Makes four  to six servings.  Wine Jelly Molds  one cup boiling water  one (3 oz.) pkg. raspberry flavored gelatin  % cup port wine  one tablespoon lemon juice  V* cup cold water  Vi cup chopped walnuts  Add the one cup of boiling water to  gelatin. Stir to dissolve completely. Add  port wine, lemon juice and the Vi cup cold  water. Chill gelatin mixture in  refrigerator until the consistency of unbeaten egg white. Fold in walnuts. Pour  Into four individual molds. Chill until firm.  Serves four.  ��   *   ��  Molded Cranberry Relish  One pkg. (3 oz.) cherry or strawberry  gelatin  I wish to thank those voters  who supported me in the  recent election and assure all the  people of Gibsons that I will do my  very best on their behalf.  Mayor-Elect,  Lorraine Goddard  Arc you part of the human race _v-'  or lust  a spectator? ^_|   mr/naw^  Mimemaemmt  I hnm In \mt h*��n tin ti*M ��'* mini  ADD A LITTLE  ROYALTY  TO YOUR LIFE!  ��� -'i '  HOME  Tho Duko of Cream Puff, a cute,  happy, fun-loving In  door/outdoor purebred  Pomeranian Puppy Is now  looking for a home wllh humano  of a similar naturo. The Duke Is  receiving all inquiries in person  at  UNICORN  Cowrie St., Sechelt  885-5525  OPEN MONDAY TO SATURDAY .. .10 am - 6 pm  -MOST MODERN CENTRE- TO SERVE YOU  What ever it May be - We're Just a Short Call Away,  To Help You Plan That Beautiful Day.  BOOK NOW..   WE STILL HAVE SOME AVAILABLE SPACE FOR:  ir HAWAII.. * DISNEYLAND  OBERAMMERGAU - VISITING  9 COUNTRIES THE WORLD'S MOST  FAMOUS PASSION PLAY IS BEING  PRESENTED IN 1980  BOOK NOW TO  AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT  PANAMA CITY  AND  C0NTAD0RA ISLAND  THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING  INTRODUCTION OF NEW ZONING BY-LAW  Pursuant to Section 703 of the Municipal Act a PUBLIC HEARING will  be held in the Municipal Hall, 1490 South Fletcher Road, Gibsons,  B.C on Wednesday, December 5, 1979 at 7:00 p.m. to consider  Zoning By-law No.-350, 1979. At the Hearing all persons who deem  their interest in property affected by the proposed-By-law shall be  afforded an opportunity to be heard on matters contained in the Bylaw.  The intent of the By-law  reflect. minor changes  measurement references  is to upgrade By-law No. 241,  1973 to  within    the   context   and    to    adjust  to metric equivalents.  The By-law may be inspected at the Gibsons Municipal Office, 1490  South Fletcher Road, during office hours, namely Monday to  Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:40 p.m. and Thursday and Friday 8:30  a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  J.W. Copland  / Municipal Clerk  1.  VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION  & BANKRUPTCY  AUCTION  Of woodworking and contractors equipment, from Owl Builders  Mart & Whitehall Contracting - Voluntary Liquidation - Vanco  Millworks in Bankruptcy.  DATE: Sat., Dec. 1,1979,10 am  PLACE: Owl Builders Mart, Sechelt, B.C.  PREVIEW: Fri., Nov. 30, 9 am - 5 pm  WOODWORKING EQUIPMENT: Rockwell series 22-201 18" surfacer, Rockwell 8"  joiner, Rockwell 43-350 s ho per, mitre saw, 3 Dewalt radial arm Holier power feeder,  Rockwell 20" vert, bandsaw, Rockwell 12/14 tilting arbor saw, 2 small table saws,  shapers, routers, senders, grinders, etc; etc. 7  ^CONTRACTOR EQUIPMENT: Eul^JfM9 texture pump, 2 Esslck lO-lT) plaster mixers,  2 Es^slA 88 pldste? mixers, comp^r^ hole saw, impact drills, Easy-Tex texturing  machines, ladders, scaffolding, planks, tripods, stilts, hods, edgers, screoding rods,  rY0rtc;\:'$f};y---",y:Y'/A --   y .���    / ..,������_ - ';:Ky  LIFT TRUCK: '72 Huster Model H80C 8000 lbs. gas. Rolling stock: Int. tilt deck fltdk.  c/w 6000 Ib. Hiab, 73 Dodge 1 -ton fltdk, '74 Dodge Karyvan, '73 Torino, S.W. 73 Ford  van, 71 Podge Colt. Fixtures: Paint dispenser, paint shaker, gondola shelving,  pegboard office equipment, etc. ,  INVENTORY: Cabinets, plywood nails, hardboard, lumber, plumbing, electrical, etc.  RECEIVERSHIP  AUCTION  of STARSHIP INTERIORS LTD., In receivership and other consignors  DATE: Thurs., Dec. 6,1979 -10 am  PLACE: 2840B Olafsoii -Richmond, B.C.  PREVIEW: Wed., Dec, 5,1979, 9 am - 5 pm  WOODWORKING EQUIPMENT: Tlrrtesavor. Mod. 137-30" Sander |only 30 operating  hours] Wadkln Bvrs, Der-1 Shaper, Rockwell 13x6 Surfacer, 2-34-450 10" Rockwell  table taws, progress PMC 150 belt Sdr., 6" Rockwell |olner, Ace A 27 Dust Collector,  8' Stroke icjr, Radial arm saw, Bandsaw, 3 drill presses, wood latche, etc. LlFT  TRUCKS ��� Auto 4000 Ib. electric c/w charger, 2 Allli Chalrr). 4000 Elect, c/w, Chgr,  TRUCKS ��� 74 Dodge 200 Maxlvan, 74 Dodge StepVan. CARS - 78 Ply 4 dr sed, 77  Dodge Aspen, 2-76 Chev wagons, 75 Pontlac wagon, 75 8, 76 Ply Fury, MISC  EQUIPMENT - 3 compressors, 1/2-3 HP, Pallet truck, TOOLS ��� Crdrs, sanders,  skilsaws, routers, air staplers, |lgsaw, drills, etc. INVENTORY ��� K.D. Fir, Cedar, Mah.,  Oak, - 44 shts. Pine Veneered Particle board, Waterbed components, office equipment, etc.  FOR YOUR ADDED CONVENIENCE WE WILL ARRANGE  ALL LOYD'S OF LONDON INSURANCE  MEXICAN TOURIST CARDS  PASSPORT APPLICATIONS FOR  ADULTS & CHILDREN  AUSTRALIAN VISAS  WE NOW HAVE 2 LINES TO SERVICE YOU  886-8155 or 886-8156  LYNN:- 886-2155 (Res...... PAISLEY:- 886-9984 (res.)  TELEX:- 04-53282  am  THE ONLY WAY TO GO.  3.  CITY OF VANCOUVER  AUCTION  DATE: Sat., Dec. 8,1979,10:30 am  PLACE: Manitoba Works Yard, 250 West 68th, Van., BC.  PREVIEW; Sale Day - 9 am - til Sale time  DUMP TRUCKS ��� 2-69 Ford 8000, 9 yd dumps, P/W 6V53 5<U trans, '67 Merc 1 yd  Dump. PICKUPS - 4-71 OMC, pickups, 6 cyl. 4 spd, '69 Chev RV, '67 Chev PU.  VANS ��� 2-69 OMC I 1/2 ton walk In vans, 72 Int, 9-'*9 Chev. vans, 48 Chev. van,  MISC. VEHICLES) '68 Chev. fuel truck, '73 Wayne mod. 2-973 3 yd, Street sweeper,  Elgin Mod, 375 Street Sweeper, '67 Zombonl Ice Conditioner, '77 Argo all terrain  vehicle, 2-Mod. 140 John Deere lawn Tractor, '58 Ford Mod. 620 Tractor, Cushman  Cart. CARS- 6 77 Ply Fury, 8-76 Ply Fury's, 3-75 Ford Custom 500, 74 Ply Duster, 70  Ply Fury, 2-'��9 Ply Belvedere*, 2-'e9 RamWer Am, TOOU ��� Sklliaw, Jacks, Pullers,  Chainsaws, Drills, Batteries, etc. OFFICE �� AUDIO VISUAL ��� 2-IBA Seleclrle, Olivetti,  Olympla, and Royal Man t Elec. type, Transcribers, Desk, Chairs, File cab., Opaque  Pro|., 16 mm Projectors, Tape recorders, T.V. sets, etc, etc.  FREE BROCHURES ON REQUEST  (IIMM.I.X  1233 West Georgia Street  Vancouver, British Columbia  V6E 3J6 (804) 685-7378  **  I*'' Page 04 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, November 28,1979  UNICORN'S  L0N6 AWAITED  *       *    **"V        *���*  AS WINTER approaches, Davis Bay recent nippy weather does not en- to slimy log is more of a challenge  is no longer the calm stretch of water -courage loitering on the beach, when you know the temperature of  it is during the summer months. The   However, jumping from slippery log   the water you'll be dropping into.  First annual Xmas craft market  The Sunshine Coast Arts Centre Will be  the scene of the 1st Annual Christmas  Craft Market on Saturday, Dec. 1, from  9:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. , Many of the  craftspeople who exhibited in the Art of  Craft show at the Art Centre in October  will be selling at this event.  Several potters will be setting up  booths, including Greg Deacon of Egmont  Pottery, Elaine Futterman, Pat Forst, and  Cindy Kirk. Greg's pottery is a white  stoneware hand-painted with a blue cobalt  oxide. He has a variety of pots, from  teapots to casseroles to lamps. Pat Forst  will be selling her reduction-fired  stoneware. Elaine Futterman has a  selection of wine goblets, mugs, bowls, and  honey pots for sale;  There will be some fine weavers  present, too. Lyn Johnson will be selling  hand woven clothes; Mary Gregory, Lorna  Black, and Gracia Quarry will also be at  the Centre with woven wall hangings,  bags, and shawls.  Fine Jewelry made by Irene Blueth and  Paul Wickland will be available. Both of  these craftspeople were invited to show  their work in the Art of Craft Exhibit.  Paul combines wood, ivory, and gems in  his elegant gold and silver pieces.  Batiks, handpainted scarves,  silkscreened cards, macrame, totebags,  prints, stuffed toys, dolls, doll clothes, and  wooden toys will also be in the Art Centre  on Saturday, Dec. 1 from 9:30 A.M. to 5:00  PM. Come for a hot sausage roll, hot  cider,or fresh butter tart and take a look!  CATERING  FOR LARGER GROUPS UP TO  100 PERSONS-| ANYTIME|  BOOK NOW FOR OUR  GALA NEW YEARS PARTY  DECEMBER 31. K79  for enquiries call  ARTIFACTS  Historiccil clothing  Sunshine Coast Arts Centre and Arts Council  An event not to miss and one which will  prove to be both entertaining and informative is Historical Costumes of the  Canadian West. This wonderful show will  take place at the Arts Centre on Sunday,  December 9 at 2 p.m. and will feature a  fashion parade of original clothing from  1900 to 1979.  Nine models, in the spirit of the period,  display each outfit and the whole event is  knowledgeably narrated by Ivan Sayers  who offers us insight into why and how  certain trends in fashion have evolved.  The clothing comes from Ivan's own  collection which is one of the most ex-  Sunshine tJHowm & Q$s  for  Flowers, Dried Arrangements  & Gifts, Birthdays, Anniversaries  & Funeral Tributes  $50 GIFT CERTIFICATE  tensive in Canada.  YUMMY  Greek night was something of a raging  success with forty people happily  participating in filling up on the vast  selection of delicious food, all of which was  faithfully Greek. Imagination was evident  with virtually no repeat of any dish and  with no fear of being adventuresome.  Later in the evening we joined hands to  learn, for many of us, the first steps in  Greek folk dancing led by Nancy McLeod  and Adrian Belshaw. This has been one of  the most social events at the Arts Centre  and it was a pleasure to see the unfamiliar  faces of those who have come to the centre  for the first time. We hope you return.  GRAPHICS  Mention must be made of the Graphics  Committee who make the posters and  labels for the Arts Council exhibits and  activities. June Sherwood, Tina Talt and  Leigh Currier are the ones responsible for  the many fine posters you see about the  coast.  Also, the labelling and exhibit Information are Important in producing an  appealing visual impact for our shows.  A tremendous amount of work,  knowledge and creativity go Into these  posters and wo, the Arts Council, feel  beautiful graphics are a great asset ln  terms of publicity.  SUNCOAST CRISS CROSS- by Jo Melnyk  Spontored weekly by  ACROSS  1, Sodato  6, Asterisk  10. Sulk  J 4. Trunk  15. Story  16. Voflolablo  17. Phrase  18. First Man  19. Tidy  20. Rolaxlnrj  22.  Tlmo  24. Boglnnlng  26. Nastier  27. Ponlnsulo Ploco  with 30"acros��  30, Son   27   across  31, Masc Nlcknnmo  32, Addition  37, Negative  311, Doris  40, Fish Eggs  41, Elements  43, Uibrynth  44, Llttlo , , ,  ���aS.-Hmp* ��� ���  40. Confln*  51, Chlols  52, Stonos  54, Came In  5(1, Pool  59, 5olar Disk  61, Pom. Namo  62, Ptlco  63, Pie  64, Stone  65, Snow   Vohlclo  Proarrangod   66, Organs  67, Ranks  DOWN  21,      N alio no I    4(1,  I   Ml* Science        Institute    (P)  2, Log Slod 23,   Tones   (Scots,)    49,  3, Cdgo ol Molding 25, Surlaco                  50,  4, Elomnnl 27, Dishes                   53,  5, Gnma Ploco 20, Internment  0i props 29. Fern, Nam��  7, Urchin 33' Apartment*  8. Cry ol Despair 34. Country  55,  36.  37,  60,  Masc,    Namo  ���)  Ol The Navy  ' Commonplace  Endure  Harvest  Doing (SP,)  Lottors  Crude    Metal,  9, Rocollect  10, Wash Days  11. Son  MiCberHmr   13, Diner  sunctmsT Chrysler ltd  39, Seep  36, Require  3(1, Sloop Sound  39. loolhless  42, Altered  43, Stingy  46, Metal  47, Painter  j       .       Next to St. Mary*., Socholt, 0*5.51 U  DL2I80  Traaiw re.-^ftiaasaiiKg^  - ���...*i.;sc;siV��&S;:-��i��i  -w:���E��,s_r/*^��x;s.i  :&!-����� :������.���*'. j r Jcr^ncuEEjai  KRISTON  Kriston, the captive child, sat.quietly on the day-baked ground while barbs of sun  snagged her hair and bleached it white. From the summit of the island, Kriston  watched the world far below as it performed in silent steps, coilingendlessly beneath.  her.  Behind a stand of spider ferns, the woman, Wandu-Ril, with eyes like black  almonds, watched the captive child play. Wandu-Ril, the enchanted one, had  followed when Kriston climbed the steps of stone to the mountain ridge.  The island women had told the enchanted (me her hand would turn to sunlight if she  touched one strand of Kriston's hair. But when darkness came, the women warned,  the hand would lose Its light and warmth, and fall lifeless from Ihe arm, leaving only  a crater colder than serpent's breath.  Wandu-Ril, sometimes called Devo, meaning simple one, watched Kriston as  quietly as a shadow, waiting to see if her hair caught flame and seared the sky, for the  women had told her me hair was fashioned with flecks of fire.  Wandu-Ril saw no flames and was glad. She did not like to be frightened.  Often Kriston climbed to the summit and sat until night, watching the distant  line where the sea drank the sky, waiting for her crude ships to slide softly through  the day, revenge engraved in minds and spears.  She left the ridge only when evening had siphoned her sun, leaving thoughts cold  and empty as the air. '  The islanders had given the captive child the name Kriston, meaning dawn's  eyes, but she did not respond to this name or to any of the Islanders' words. She  spoke only on the summit and only to the distant line where the sea drank the sky,  C. Mendez   ���  S$ COMING!  WATCH FOR ll...  SINGLE FATHER'S HANDBOOK by  Richard Gatley and David Koulack,  Doubleday cl979,196 pages, index, $6.50.  SINGLE FATHER'S HANDBOOK is  addressed not only to fathers but to single  mothers, separated parents, parents of the  latter and friends of single parents. The  joint authors are single fathers who  learned how to be better fathers and want  to share their ideas and advice with  others. They are direct, sometimes to  being a little rudely frank, and because  their views are not the popular ones,  everyone may not agree with them.  The standard stereotype divorced  father is seen as a swinging once-more-a-  bachelor, but the authors dewjthat all is  chicks and discos. Fathers have eVen  more responsibility away from the family  home than in it. they must keep up two  homes financially, continue to be fathers  to their children whom they see only once  a week or whatever society has deemed  necessary as "visiting rights", and carry  on at work as usual.  Gatley and Koulack say It is not easy  being a single father. For one thing, they  miss their kids.   Because mothers are  usually In the nurturing role, it is assumed  that they can do the job better.  The two  author fathers disagree. Except for the in-  utero period and the nursing time, there is ���  no reason why a father cannot do all the  things that mothers do.  And they give a"  mini-mothering course for fathers in the  latter parts of the book.  When a man leaves the home as a result  , of marital break-up, he suddenly has time  to consider what he meant as a father. If  he does not have custody of the children,  he goes through agonizing periods between  visits with his kids, wondering If he did and  is doing a good job of being papa. The  authors have some ideas for relieving the  insecurity.  They say, take the kids during the week  instead of always on the weekends, be near  their school so they can drop In to see dad  .when they need a dad. Right now, most  dads see their kfds for zoo Saturdays or  when Mom wants a break; the authors say  this Is unnatural and very traumatic for  caring fathers. They claim that divorce  does, not need to mean the disappearance  of tho family that tho child needs. They  believe that children do not see tho  situation as do the courts: fathers want to  continue to be good fathers - given a  chance.  The book Is practical. For fathers who  do not know a pot scraper from a pancake  turner, there aro kitchen lessons. Meet the  teacher,1 heads up another section. How  to break tho news to children, relatives  and others when divorce Is Imminent  makes up n large section of tho SINGLE  FATHER'S HANDBOOK. Tho authors  fcol that even divorce can bo handled In a  positive manner so that children suffer nB  llttlo us possible.  T.  ckinbdown      >  It is soo-o-o hard to leave  llamartimn lakaa inula in Ilia cpniil* *<iiti|}il|i|liii> ����il *m��  anlri linn nt ilirir i nnlinniilai iiinili run i mi linn ilnwn Ilia fiaal  anil mil kaan i n/ily wnini nn ilia inlilml imjti|�� ami liaa ymmall  limn lailmni IinIimaMhi) linavai  f.hmiaa i iiviii ti i itiaimat anil m��|ia�� limn l Hincw hnn a nl  nn�� malih minim in panna liiria lannc  Ilia ilarmaimu i>o��  ���iliilmai mtamlliii. anil nuWi lin ulaalu'Tl   '  11riui in anil irn why llaniailuwn il Ilia mini |ui|iul,ii quill in  fiMili [laiiai Ml aim < dom nfothma nn fa quati  ddbnicidownqulltsltd.  FMMlMtHMtlSM  Sunshine Interiors  OLINDA SASARATT  1)867411 or 066.8023  v.i.' w.'i.  M  For all fathers, and mothers, whether  they are in a marital crisis or not, this is an  enlightening book. Male liberationists  also take note!  SUNSHINE COAST  ARTS CENTRE  Trail and Medusa, Sechelt  .385-5412  CHRISTMAS  CRAFT MARKET  Sat. Dec l-9:30am- 5pm  ART CENTRE  CHRISTMAS SALE  OF ARTWORK  DEC. 4-PEC. 15  HISTORICAL COSTUME OF  THE CANADIAN WEST  SUN., DEC. 9   -  2:00  P.M.  ART CENTRE  I  : Sponsored by=  I  Magic Mushroom  Stereo Shop  Gibsons  886-2917  Sechelt  885-2522  I  "^__s>j  FIRST SHOWING ON THE PENINSULA  The Unique Works of  Gail Olive     and      Jack Olive  Pottery and Porcelain Sculptures  ���:'-'���������   at    ���'���  BULLWINKLE       GLASSWORKS  ��S^p  sg^JRAlL BAY MALL/ SECHELT      SBS-SS^c-gigg  GARDEN BAY HOTEL PUB  invites you to an  "EVENING'S SINGALONG"  of your old favorites with  Art Bishop on piano and  Jim Morris on guitar.  $Lk      FRIDAY NIGHTS  *rr"~ 9 p.m. til?  Come and enjoy the  evening with us!  883-2674  d  ��������������������������������������������������������������������������  TWILIGHT THEATRE  GIBSONS For Times Call 886-2827  *   ������jfrjf*��^*frfr����j������������������������������������������ *  More Entertaining  Than Humanly Possible!  IPgntOfefArtawr  THE  PUPPET MOVIE  WED. NOV. 28  ��� 8 p.m.  THURS. NOV. 29  - 8 p.m.  FRI.     NOV. 30  - 7 & 9 p.m.  SAT.   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Store  (GIBSONS)  THE GREAT CANADIAN DOUGH FACTORY ��� Our Specialties  are pizza, salad bar and submarine sandwiches. Licensed  premises. Open 7 days a week. Weekdays: 11 am-midnight,  weekends: II am-1:00 am, Sundays: noon-10 pm. No. 101  Cedar Plaza, Gibsons. 886-7454.  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 pm 'till midnight. 886-2888.  GRAMMA'S PUB ��� 10 a.m. - midnight, Mondays thru Saturdays. Lunch served 'till 9 p.m.  MR. MIKES STEAK HOUSE ��� Full dining facilities. Featuring  Char-Broiled Steaks, Mike Burgers, Shrimp & 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 Beof  and Seafood. Located on Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. Open 7 days a  week 9 am - 10 pm. 885-2933. Fully licensed.  GOLDEN CITY RESTAURANT ��� Chinese & Canadian cuisine.  Fully licensed. Located on Wharf St., Sechelt. 885-2511.  SECHELT INN ��� Family style dining - Dally Specials - Fully  Licenced. Open 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 fill...   885-9811.  HALFMOON INN ��� Regular Dlnnor 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 mllos north of Sochelt. 885-5500.  LORD JIM'S LODGE ��� Brunch, Saturday and Sunday only, 9  a.m. 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 week for  guests of the lodge. Fully licensed. Located at Ole's Cove,  north of Halfmoon Bay. 885-2232.  TAMMY'S RESTAURANT ��� Regular Dinner menu. Opon 7 days  ~������Q,weB^ arttfrTs' CaWTeffy���  terminal. 083-9012,  I-  _  Wednesday, November 28,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageC-5  Wednesday, Nov. 28  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNBL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00  News  All My' Children  Cont'd.  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The Garden Corner
Pruning tips
By Guy Symonds
Still on the subject of pruning. If this
corner accomplishes nothing else, it hopes
to make some enthusiastic pruner realize
that cutting chunks of wood from a living
growing free is a very terminal act. They
cannot be put back again and the shock
sustained by the living organism is a very
ieal one. Therefore it should never be
done unless there is a reason and unless
the operator knows what the effect will be.
Moreover, in the overall design of the
environment in which the tree stands it
should be remembered that the distance
from the ground of the first branch never
changes. The tree grows from the tip and
there is never any change in the position of
the branches that} form the framework.
Besides fruit and decorative trees,
other interests in horticulture on the coast
lies in small fruits. Strawberries are easy,
just keep cutting off the runners before
they have a chance to root. Raspberry
canes must have the old canes that have
finished fruiting removed and the new one
kept at a height of about five feet. At the
same time new laterals, if any, may be cut
back to sue inches or so. Similar treatment
is given to boysenberries, loganberries
and blackberries.
The new growth on black currants
should be cut back by one third while red
currants and gooseberries often produce
spindly wood that should be .removed.
. Grape vine pruning is a procedure that
should be studied. This gardener once
found himself having to grapple with a
hundred vines that had been neglected for
years, and without a clue as to their
From experience, he learned the vines
would react, strongly to very heavy
pruning indeed, the wood which has
fruited being cut right off,and framework
branches cut back to about three or four
buds each. It is important the cutting is
not done to late in the winter because the
vines bleed heavily once the sap has
started to rise.
Generally speaking, flowering shrubs
do not need much in the way of pruning,
except for shaping when the plants are
very young. It is important that the
growing tips as well as the lower branches
be left alone.. Nature will take care of the
rest. Never try to give a flowering shrub a
"crew cut". Any work in the matter of
pruning of any kind, and that includes the
removal of dead blooms, is controlled by
the flowering habit.
' Those which bloom in the Spring can be
worked on immediately after they have
finished flowering. The more common of
these are lilac, forsythia, spirea and
snowball. Then there are the summer
blooming shrubs that can be pruned any,
time from late summer to early Spring.
The remark to the effect that Nature will
take care of the growing shrub should not
be taken too literally. These bushes may
grow a tremendous amount of wood that is
quite superfluous to the need of the garden
and this must be cut out to preserve the
effectiveness of the bush and to keep the
growth under control.
Rhododendrons, like lilac, must have
the blooms removed as soon as they are
dead, but care must be taken not to yank
off the new little buds growing close by.
These are next year's blooms. Generally
it is not difficult to tell when they are ready
to be removed as they will put up no
resistance,to the gentlest pressure. Except for the cutting out of enough wood to
relieve an overcrowded condition and the
removal of any dead wood, this is about all
the pruning they need.
The pruning of roses is a study of its
own with different treatment needed for
the large flowered climber, the small
flowered climber and for the teas and
hybrid teas. On this last there seem to be
two schools of thought but this gardener's
family, following the lead of the gardeners
in Stanley Park leaves the bushes as they
are all through the winter, except of
course for the removal of dead flowers and
wood that obviously needs taking out.
Then about the end of March the really
Auxiliary hosts Aloha lunch
The annual Aloha Luncheon sponsored
by the Gibsons Hospital Auxiliary on
November 16 at the United Church Hall,
Gibsons, was well attended. In keeping
with the Hawaiian atmosphere, mauve
and pink Mums were interspersed
throughout the Hall; the buffet table was
tastefully decorated with purple and white
orchids, birds of paradise, ferns and other
colourful plants, while the individual
tables were adorned with flowers and
hurricane candles.
The Auxiliary ladies wore colourful
long dresses which complemented the
theme for this occasion. The tropical
plants were grown by Jean Longley and
the mums were supplied by Pearl Dove.
President, Joan Rigby welcomed the
guests on arrival and Amy Blain ushered
them to the buffet table where they were
served by Gladdie Davis and Elizabeth
Johnstone, assisted by Peggy LeWarne.
Marjorie Leslie and Lenora Inglls, co-
conveners of the luncheon, did an outstanding   job   planning   the   menu,
Nov.17 7.0C
Nov. 18  ...2.5C
Nov. 19 3.0C
Nov.20 2.5C
Nov.21 3.0C
Nov,22 6.0C
Nov.23 4.0C
Week's rainfall, 4.83 cm, November to
date, 7,70 cm, 1979 to date, 89.60.
November 17-23, 1978, 0.26 cm,
November 1-23,1978,7.39 cm, Jan-Nov. 23,
1978, 103.68 cm.
organizing work committees for the
preparation of food, while other members
assisted in the kitchen, serving the tables
and looking after the dining room needs
and, of course, selling tickets and handling
the finances.
v Phoebe Blomberg was in charge of the
craft table where numerous Christinas
decorations Were on display, all made by
members of the Auxiliary, and attracted
much attention.
The Auxiliary members are indeed
grateful for the continued public support of
this event in aid of our hospital.
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heavy pruning is done, the thinking being
there is little danger from frost at that
time of the year.
Then what about hedges? Some people
prefer to let their hedges grow unchecked
to preserve that "natural" look. But most
prefer to keep them trimmed neatly and
this means two cuttings a year, one in the
Spring and another in midsummer. Often
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hedge by making it into an inverted
pyramid or by cutting it flat across the top.
Both these are wrong and can cause
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/ 'i NO REAL OBJECTION BUT...  The other side of the  r.  The PeninsulaT^*^  -''������ _ ~. '..  M   . ... ��... / .���____,_i ���  By BILL BELL  "I figure I'm just part of the silent  majority when it comes to B.C. Hydro  building that line across the Peninsula,  because I don't really care," ...Ray  Langford.  Langford is just one of several Pender  Harbour and Garden Bay residents the  Times talked to last week in an attempt to ,  learn what the concerns of the so called  "silent majority" were ort the planned .  B.C. Hydro Cheekye to buhsmuir 500 kv  transmission line.  There are no real means to get an  accurate concensus of ho\v those residents  who will be affected most by the line really  feel, short of interviewing every one of  them.  Still, The Times wanted to see if there  was a different opinion from that of those  "vocal few" who have expressed their  views constantly since the controversy  first started.  Most did not say they were not worried;  they were concerned over the Hydro line.  The difference was there was not total  objection to the line, but rather a concern  over what was the best and least  damaging way Hydro could build a line.  The most worrisome objection expressed was the use of herbicides to  control the foliage underneath the .line.  Even Langford who said he didn't care,  was concerned over Hydro's planned use  of herbicides.  886-7918  >���������-*-".  \LEASE-A-  RADAR  cde a  Browning CB  Auth.  Decca  Radar  Centra  Also  Land  Radio  Telephones  MOTOROLA Ask us about  MARCONI  WESTERN  RADIO  Also  Most makes  Depth Sounds  Motorola  Marconi  Red (com  Apelco  We also  Service  * Furono  Logging  ���Camp  .- Radios  Across from  MILLER MARINE talkie  ELECTRONICSTOOTERS  rom the Bank of Montre  !lontreal,.Gibsons  GARDEN BAY pub owner Ken  Simpson was one of the many  residents the Times asked about the  Lloyd Davis operates a marina in  Garden Bay, he considers himself  politically conservative. Davis has been  vocal on the issue of the Hydro line in the  past, but his expression of concern typifies  and dramatizes the local population's  fears.  "If the line is absolutely necessary,  built in the least obnoxious place with no  herbicides, then I say let them build it.  "But if they use herbicides, then I will  be the first to the join the army of men and  take my gun up there to stop them,"  Davis said.  Frank Lee, a retired fisherman and  resident of Pender Harbour since 1917  Hydro line and surprisingly found out  ��� he was not dead set against it.  Pitch-In  Keep  Bfttl/h Columbia  Beautiful  WE ARE NOW OPEN IN THE  TRAIL BAY MALL  with  &urw&kMJm*  -  v .*-<���.        RECORDS S TAPES  Does  >es your ninthly heat  b_l leave ]rC^  with Fisher Stoves entirely. And lots of  them are linding they need only two or  three cords of wood a year for all the  heat they want.   ,  And there are other nice things that  comc.with these stoves besides a heat  bill that's easier to stomach. Most Fisher  owners are rediscovering the joys of  wood stove cooking  11'opening your linn hill (lives you tho  chills, inuyhc it's lime to InvvsligHlo  umilhervMiynl heiiliii(!.  These ilnys, ilv|K'iuling entirely mi  oil, nutural ens oi electric heal can niM  'plenty. Hm (here's Mill one homing fuel  Ihat isn't expensive, and isn't even In  hliori supply.  WhhI.  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And that's why this stove routinely  .  holds a lire  overnight,  making  "Ihe-iiltirn-  Ing-llghtlng-  ceivinnny'  and lio<|iiem  sfokliigK things of the past,  (iiMttl news travels fiul,  I lumlicds of lliousunds of houles  acioss North America now haw a  llsliei Stove Installed, In many cases,  the stoves supplement conventional  healing systems and reduce Ihcirown  ets' heal hills slgntllcnnlly,  Many oilier homeowners ute healing  IS,H,Mr Ht������,ii.VH...M��pa����l��.  Kim juutHii riMiklnii ��urf,f��, .IIS im��i  .IITtmil l��mp��r,1wr��v  How to learn more.  As authorized Fisher Stove dealers,  we can answer your questions aboul  heating with wood, And we can show  you the Fisher model that's best for you,  whether you want to heat a single room  or an enure house.  We've got single-door Fishers. And  double-door models you cun open lo  enjoy the lire like n lircplace.  So come by soon, And sec for yourself how wc can help make heat bills u  whole lot easier lo live wllh.  J&C ELECTRONICS  Radio Shack  Aulhirli��4 a.l.t C.nli.  THAU iAY MAIi  IkMI  885-2508  ii . h  n hltu (urmilii h wurmlnft up lo,  echoed Davis's objections in a slightly less  dramatic way.  "I'd hate to see a 300-metre slash  across this beautiful landscape, and God  knows I've racked my brain for a better  route, but if they've got to build it to get the  energy to Vancouver Island ��� they've got  to build it," Lee said.  "Now the use of herbicides, that is a  tremendous problem. I've worked on  Hydro lines clearing slash and I would  rather they did it that way.  "Most people nowadays are getting  more and more ecology-minded, but they  have to remember this Hydro line will  mean jobs and also recreation."  The entire herbicide question brings up  another concern commonly-voiced -  almost everyone had their doubts about'  Hydro being straight forward ^ th them.  The people don't have enough information  on the use of herbicides, the justification of  the line and why Hydro has picked certain  routes over others.  The feat of herbicides and not entirely  believing what B.C. Hydro has told them  as well as a lack of communication is  evident when you get Hydro's side of the  story.  A check with Hydro officials in Vancouver showed that the use of herbicides  would be restricted to areas outside of the  watershed and would not be used until the  -M^IWMS.--- - ��,-- ��� - ' ��� ;  * Even then, according to the public  relations officer for, B.C. Hydro, John  Sexton, the use would be limited.  Sexton said an agreement with the  Sunshine Coast Regional District had been  arranged in September. Both of them  would work together to find certain sections of the eventually selected route  which would be non-herbicidal areas.  "We have to apply to the Pesticide  Control Board for a permit to use herbicides. That permit excludes the use of  herbicides in water supply areas," Sexton  explained.  "We try to use mechanical means of  clearing the foliage, but in certain terrain  and in the control of rapid growing foliage,  this is difficult and expensive."  Sexton agreed there has been some  misinterpretation of Hydro's position, but  defended its attempts to inform the public.  Glen Dubois, a 20-year-old boat builder  in Pender Harbour hoped some of these  questions would be answered at the  planned SCRD public inquiry but added,  "as far as I'm concerned the line is going  to be a fact of life."  "To tell you the truth, I'd rather look at a  hydro line than a nuclear plant any day,"  Dubois added.  Both Dubois and Langford saw advantages to a hydro line as well. These  advantages were ln recreational uses such  as hunting, hiking and motorcycle riding.  Garden Bay pub owner Ken Simpson  also saw an advantage to the hydro lino  being built ��� jobs.  "if It's required then I'm not against it,  Sure let's protect the environment, but  that doesn't mean you have to be against a  power line," Simpson said,  "It might sound a llttlo selfservlng  because I run a hotel, but a powerline will  attract jobs which will bo good for  business."  Simpson called tho criticism that the  powerline-will hurt tourism a   ''red  herring."'  "I don't see it hurting the tourist industry as such in Pender Harbour,"  Simpson said.  Davis agreed with Simpson, adding  that a giant power line across Agamemnon  Channel might attract tourists.  "There are people who are 1.00 per cent  against tourists and 100 perce ut against the  Ijydro line and 100 per cent against  development���then they turn around and  say a hydro line across the channel will  hurt the tourist trade.  "Well, they just don't really give a  damn about anything but themselves,"  Davis said.     ' v  Still, there were some residents who  were more than just concerned ��� they  were furious with Hydro. Peter Benjafield,  a marina and hotel operator in Garden  Bay had nothing good to say about the  powerline.  "I really don't know why they (B.C.  Hydro) should be allowed to desecrate the  countryside, putting a deep scar into it,"  Benjafield said.,  "Why can't they use the other Hydro  right-of-way where it won't be a. visual  eyesore?" he asked.  Benjafield who also expressed concern  about the herbicides being used near their  water supply was also worried about the  herbicides destroying the salmon streams  which don't necessarily fall within the  water supply.  "I'm concerned about the use of her:  bicides because there could be leakage  into our water supply and the salmon  streams." ���  "It's asinine," Benjafield complained,  I'm really getting tired of being pushed  around by B.C. Hydro."  Ruth King, another marina owner in  Pender Harbour was also concerned about  the possible effects of herbicide on the  salmon creeks.  "This is a fishing area and we are  Section D  Wednesday, November 28,1979  /  Pages 1-4  dependent on the-fishing as an industry.  How do we know the herbicides won't hurt  the fish" King questioned.  "I feel-they (B.C. Hydro) are going to  have to prove to us these things they say.  But it what they say Is true, then let's be  fair," King added.  If the Sunshine Coast Regional District  is successful in its bid to hold an inquiry  into the Hydro line, Mrs. King and a lot of  other residents in Pender Harbour,  Garden Bay and the rest of the Sunshine  Coast may get their wish, some answers  from B.C. Hydro.  THERE ARE  ��SW GAS  CGA  APPROVED  WATER HEATERS  New    home    builders   or  renovators  CALL:  Canadian Propane - 885-2360  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  Notice re Tenders for "Maintenance of Garbage Disposal Sites".  Separate tenders will be received for the maintenance of the  Sechelt disposal site and the Pender Harbour disposal site.  Closing date for tenders has been extended to 12:00 o'clock noon  on Wednesday, December 12, 1979.  Specifications are available at the Regional District office. Wharf  Road, Sechelt, B.C.  The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted.  A.G. PRESSLEY  Secretary-Treasurer  When  you've  nothing  to wear...  HAIR...  make  ��� i  best  of il  at...  Secret 'Seootcf S<xlo-n  Cowrie St., Sechelt  885-2818  WEWILLBO CLOSED  MONDAYS  TIL FURTHER NOTICE  OPEN:TUES-SAT-9 a.m.  * Tired of  Springs  Poking  You In the  Back?  * TRY  FOAM I  $099  &UD  * ONLY 23  shopping days  'til CHRISTMAS  all your  UPHOLSTERY  heeds  W.W. 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Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Sechelt  WE'RE ALL  HAVING  OPEN HOUSE  UNDAY  w*  and <fyto>  OPEN HOUSE - SUN., Dec. 2  1 pm - 4 pm  10 A OFF ST0REWIDE  [oxcludlng outgoing wlro ordonj  REFRESHMENTS  Come on hi I  Cowrlo St. 885-9435  "In tho heart  of Socholt"  OPENHOUSE-  SUN.y DEC* 2  12 pm - 4 pm  '.lV-v  0 OFF ST0REWIDE  Put a gift away now - with our  Lay Away Plan  MORGAN'S MEN'S WEAR  Cowrlo St. "In th* hoart of, Socholt"        886*9930  OPEN HOUSE - SUN., DEC. 2  12 pm - 4 pm  '0OFF  STOREWIDE  ��� REFRESHMENTS  ��� LEISURLY  SHOPPING  Cowrlo St.  "In th* hoart of Socholt"  Z^C.%  \V$ 885-2912  OPEN HOUSE - SUN., DEC. 2  12jim - 4 pm  Lots of instore specials.  Not Sure? - We have gift  certificates  OFF STOREWIDE  Opon 'til 9  - Fri. nlflhu 'til Xrrtcul  LAY AWAY NOWI  Com��lnandhrowi��,  It y��n��r can't com* ��i�� <��� -..  . ., Smll* oi you pan* by,  Cowrlo St. 885-2916  "In tho hoart of Socholt"  *  ' *���*�����  / '���     .  .��_       1 _L~ PageP-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, November 28,1979  Big Brothers need your help - now  BRIAN WHJTTINGHAM has set up a studio in the round house at the end of Hanebury Rd. and is busy preparing  for an exhibit in Januaryi EviBlueth photo.  PROFILE ON WHITTINGHAM  Isn't afraid to be unconventional  The Big Brothers organization Is facing  a serious.shortage of Big Brothers.  Big Brother co-ordinator Al Wagner  says the situation is getting desperate with  six boys ages eight to 13 years of age on the  waiting list.  The following is a description of the  organization and also a write up written by  Vern Giesbrecht:  The Big Brother Movement, founded in  1904 provides, a stabilizing &nd helpful  influence to boys in their formative years.  Because the Big Brother philosophy is  unique in that it advocates a "one man ���  one boy" relationship, it offers a special  service to fatherless boys between the  ages of 7 and 14 who may be experiencing  difficulties in their personal and social  development. Applications for service are  accepted through recognized community  agencies who assess their referrals (other  than those requiring remedial therapy) on  a priority basis.  Big Brothers are asked to help boys  who lack a meaningful relationship with a  man.  Big Brothers of British Columbia is well  established in the Province. It has the  backing of the Provincial and Municipal  Governments, Social Welfare Agencies,  .School Counsellors and of persons and  organizations concerned with young  people.  With many fatherless boys on our  waiting list we seek your help to meet their  needs.  4 �� *  There are many fatherless boys on the  Sechelt Peninsula, boys whose fathers are  absent from the home because of death,  divorce or desertion. "I wish I had a nice  father like the other kids," one of these  boys said wistfully. He was lucky.  Although his father didn't return, he did  get a Big Brother, an understanding man  who befriended him and filled some of the  gap left by the father's absence.  At least five boys in the Sechelt-Gibsons  area are waiting for a Big Brother. Some  have.been waiting since June. A seven-  year-old with no fond memories of his  father desperately needs a close  relationship with a man he can trust. A boy  "o$ nine is confused and hurt because his  father lett the family on the boy's birthday. He's waiting for a Big Brother too.  "The most, important qualities a Big  Brother must have are patience and understanding," commented Boh Wetmore  chairman, who was asked by special  education to set up a Big Brothers chapter  on the Sunshine Coast. "The boy has to get  confidence in you and this may take time."  Wetmore, who is principal of Roberts  Creek Elementary School, said eight Big  Brother-little Brother relationships have  been established since the local chapter  was organized in August, 1976^|n1aadition;  to the five boys on the waiting-*_3i^ there  are frequent enquiries, including calls  from mothers who applied for a Big  Brother in the Vancouver area but have  since moved to the Sechelt Peninsula. In  the next few years, as many as 25 boys  may need Big Brothers locally, he said.  Big Brothers is a Canada-wide agency,  established in 1904, and is supported by the  By EVIBLUETH  "Art has to have a heart. It has to have  a genuine spark of life about itl" says local  artist Brian Whittingham. He has set up a  studio in the round house at the end of  Hanebury Rd. and is busy preparing for an  exhibit that will take place January 30th  at MaCewens Art Gallery on Pender St. in  Vancouver.  Brian values spontaneity and  mysticism and feels that for a work of art  to be good it must be more than, a  photographic reproduction of a landscape.  He says, "It's Just a matter of tuning into  the essence of what you see." His studio,  previously built as a day care center, is'���'  situated In amongst the trees at the very  end of Hanebury Rd. When asked why he  chose to live here he said, "This place is  inspirationvillel I can't survive in the city  anymore."  Brian was brought up on a farm in  Manitoba and has always felt a great  affinity to horses. They appear ln many of  his large canvasses, sensitively drawn ���  riding through the colours and activity on  his large canvasses. Animals Including  rams and cows, appear in varying sizes  and postures woven into the lush green  landscapes Brian creates, He Is particularly Interested ln presenting beasts  that are nearly going extinct like the  buffalo. He likes to create images that  activate many thoughts and claims that he  is still searching for the Ideal landscape.  Whittingham spent four years wandering Europe, North Africa, and the near  East. "Seeing other cultures helped me to  understand my own better" says Brian,  Hi' la fascinated by the ability the Japanese  have to produce landscapes with very few  brush strokes. He lived and painted in  Crete and made an Intense study of  Minoan art, In Belgium he worked under  tho patronage of a genuine Baron. In New  Guinea he did portraits of the tribesmen  and observed the local art.  "The carved wooden Images ln tho  spirit huts are alive" said Brian. His experiences overseas bombarded him with  now Ideas and Insight. "Really wo nre In n  global village" says Brian,  Whittingham fools that the art world is  controlled by a minority of very powerful  people that he refers to as the "taste-  makers". He feels it la unfair that they set  the standards and decide what Is good and  what isn't. According to Brian everyone  should be given a chance to display his or  and unjustified prejudices behind the  scenes, and that many galleries are not  prepared -to take the risk of exhibiting  something different or unconventional.  The Artists Gallery of Greater Vancouver displayed Whittlngham's work in  1978. In 1977 he had a one man show at the  Experimental Gallery on Cordova. He is  presently working on a triptych that will  be displayed at MaCewens Gallery. Many  of his current paintings look like  sequences from a dream with animal  images Superimposed on and woven into  the Intricate fabric of his landscapes. He  uses watercolour paint covered with  several layers of varnish.  Peaceful harmony is an important  theme in Whittlngham's work. Like many  artists, he sees the painter creating order  from the chaos of human experience. The  plant world lunges out at you in colours  that feel alive, yet not gaudy. There Is an  airy grace and magnificient harmony to  these paintings as they strive to approach  grand ideals of reconciliation and peace.  Brian Is in no rush to paint his master  piece. He knows it is a life time project and  does not question his committment. On  occasion he has traded his paintings for  art supplies. His dedication and  fascination with the artistic process Is  enough to keep him going.  United Way Agency and various levels of  government. Its motto is "No man ever  stands so straight.. .as when he reaches  out to help a boy."  Wetmore said Big Brothers usually  spend four to six hours a week with their  Little Brother, fishing, playing or watching sports, seeing movies and doing  other "father-son type of things." The Big  Brother is not expected to be a "sugar  daddy" or to become involved in the  mother's problems. Relationships usually  last a minimum of two years.  If you are willing to serve as a Big  Brother, or want more information, phone  Al Wagner, 886-2615 or 885-5664, Bob  Wetmore 885-9229 or 885-9006.  TEREDO SQUARE  SECHELT'S NEWEST SHOPPING COMPLEX  Use 'Time*' Adbrlef*  to Sell, Kent, Buy, Swap mtc.  _____  NOW LEASING  ��� Prime Retail & Air Conditioned Office Space ��� Elevator for 2nd and 3rd Floor  ��� Store Opening First Week In December  S85-2522 or 885-2254  %f%_watw^mm%aWmmmm lfl   %m*^amTmmm\mm\**iTmW  CONSTRUCTION: PAUL JUNTUNEN ... DESIGN by FJORD DESIGN]  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 1514. Sechelt  I  UNITED CHURCH  Davis Bay ��� St. John's United  Sunday, 9.30 a.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.  Pastor ��� The Rev.  George W. Inglls, B. Th.,  Phone 886-2333  Nov. 28 ��� Canadian Calorie Counters, 7:30 pm. For info, call 886-8354.  Nov. 29 ��� Ffilm night, Welcome Beach Hall, 7:30 pm. Films on Hawaii,  Oregon and California.  Nov. 30 -^-Country Stars Dance Club, Roberts Creek Elementary, 8-11 pm.  For info call 886-8027.  Dec. 1 -^Christmas Bazaar, Gibsons Legion, 2-4 pm. Baking, gifts, crafts,  etc.  Dec. 1���ChristmasCraft Fair, Art Centre, Sechelt, 9:30-5:30.  Dec. 6���Sechelt Elementary Fall Fair, 7-9:30 pm. Arts & Carfts, games,  prizes, baked goods. Bingo 8 pm.  Dec. 7 ��� Holly Tea, Gibsons United Church Hall, 2-3:30 pm. Baking, gifts,  etc.  Dec. 10 ��� Open House & Pottery Sale, presented-by Sunshine Pottery  Guild, Craft Studio, Gibsons (at the flashing lights), 10 am-2 pm.  'Art Exhibition titled "I Protest.. . Art for Society" on view at Elphinstone  Secondary from 7-9 p.m. Wed., Nov. 28, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thurs., Nov. 29  On view at Chatelech Junior Secondary 9a.m.:3 p.m. Nov. 30.  Gibsons Hospital Auxiliary Christmas Card Fund now accepting donations  at the 3 local banks in Gibsons up to and incl. Dec. 14. Info. 886-7010.  USE THIS SPACE TO PROMOTE YOUR ORGANIZATION'S EVENTS.  IT'S FREE. CALL 8853231.  Use 'Times' Adbrlefs to Soil, Rent, Buy. Swap etc.  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.  Planning Hospital & Regular Meeting, Nov. 29, Board  Room. 7:30 p. m.  SfcHOOL BOARD  Regular meeting every 2nd and 4th Thursday, School  Board office, 7:30 p.m.  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  Regular Council Meeting 1st and 3rd Tuesday, 7 pm. Municipal Hall  Monday,  Dec  3 ��� Inaugural  meeting of new  council.  (Pleate phone for time).  Tuesday, Dec 4 ��� Council meeting.  VILLAGE OF SECHELT  -Regular meeting   1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month.  "Planning Committee meeting 2nd & 4th Tuesday bf oach month.'  Monday/Dec 3 - Inaugural meeting of now council, 7 p.m.  .Council Chambers. ���v ��� \   y  WeMeisaay, Nov. 28^ 1979  The! Pei_t_iilaTtee_    y    PageJ>4  ���7:v-::77^  US i;  FUJ1CA ST-605N  -y.  >i6D5N  FUOICA  ^  SLR Camera Chrome body with f 2.2  lens. Once you compare the features  and the budget pricing of the ST605,  you'll agree this single lens reflex  camera's the one for you. Built by  Fuji, one of the world's largest photographic manufactiireres, ' to demanding quality standards, you get  built-in, semi-automatic exposure to  ensure your photographs are right -  every time.  249*  KITSTAR FLASH  35 E  An automatic 35mm Camera with  built-in flash for easy picture taking.  Features bright view finder with exposure indicator and self-timer.  U398  KODAK  EKTRALTTE 10  8  Built-in electronic flash comes  with film, wrist strap and a padded pouch case.  NEW!  AUTO-FOCUS  C__iM&  % "mf r  _u  KITSTAR AF  AUTO-FOCUS  35mm CAMERA  New - The world's most advanced  automatic focus camera with the  exclusive feature of manual-focus  override and self-timer,-built-in flash,  pop-up viewflnder.  $199*  PERFECT  FOR  CHRISTMAS  MORNING!  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The TC's shutter-priority (SP) system means you get sharp results.  339s  r  VOIGTLANDER  SLIDE  PROJECTOR  J  Exclusive to KITS CAMERAS, the  Voigtlander VP 135 AF has many  fine features including carrying case,  remote control, auto focus and built-  in timer so that you.can view your  slides for specific time intervals and  a low voltage lamp system that prohibits lamp fade-out.  $  160  88  PHOTO ALBUMS   KITSTAR FLASH  Parker Photo Altiuma wllh  Inalnnl mountlnrj And  Irnnilnil |iiui<'��, III' fU'rfi'i't  (.'lirklmnsflld,,  Smith Vlrlnr Group I lies  10  88  $��88  6  SCREENS  Da-Lite Projection Screens for slides or  IllOVie's. _^     _m ���       mm mm  loo  KITSTAR  ELECTRONIC  FLASH 26B  Compact easy to use recycling  time with fresh alkaline batteries  ii��  IT MAKES  SENSE TO SHOP  AT KITS  We've got the right  products at the right  prices. We've got  knowledgeable staff ,  backed up one of the  largest service departments all in a location  near you!  ^  ,v*~'  IM  CA  KITSTAR 135mm  f 2.8 TELEPHOTO  KITSTAR FULL  FIVE YEAR  WARRANTY"  Available in most popular  SLR mounts.  *I24'  KITSTAR 75-150  ZOOM.  One touch control  for focussing and zoom.  TRIPODS    IB  BINOCULARS  (NOT EXACTLY  AS ILLUSTRATED)  KITSTAR  EXD-4B TRIPOD  4 section tripod with centre brace  for added stability. Flip-lock for  speedy setup.  mWmWmm  88  KITSTAR  EXF-3B TRIPOD  59  88  KITSTAR  7 x 35 WIDE ANGLE CUSTOM  Wide angle, coated optics, field of  view 578 ft. at 1,000 YDS.  7 x 50 Binoculars  Hard Case, 372 ft. at 1.000 yds.  10 x 50 Binoculars  Coated optics, 314 ft, al 1,000 yds.  $AQ88  49  CANVAS  MASTERPIECES  Turn your color englargement Into a beautiful canvas masterpiece.  Photographs are reproduced on  on real canvas and stretched over  a frame. Sizes from 8 x 10" to  30" x 40" at New Low Prices.  50BC  This versatile  component  gives a well   balanced flash  wllh telephoto and wide  angle lenses. The direction of the flash  can be varied to provide shadowless reflected light. A photosensitive cell accurately computes the correct flash for n  perfect shot.  SLR BAGS  KITSTAR EL-S  CAMERA BAG  Prutvitlonnl Uy|H" ua<lfli'l  b��a. Frnluivt cradle  luiembly lur c��m��rn niul  rleluxe Interior,  KITSTAR DELUXE  CUSTOM CAMERA  HAG  Tlu'����'Mi|i��r|i |)nil<|rl Imi|v  li'.iliui'Inn mminlk lima  link yum IniM's lh|i|ni ������  lur ulllriiAIr piulvc Hun. V -,  PageD-4 The Peninsula Times Wednesday, Nov. 28,1979  WaWM.  I  Mayfair  SLICED SIDE  Canada Grade A Beef  Cross Rib  Roasts  ib.  lb.  1 Ib. pkg.  Fresh Medium  Ground  Beef  1.69  ^  Rolled Boneless,  Canada Grade A  Brisket  Pot Roasts  Campbells  S|��uice 88c| [SR.I/BT  Golden Harvest Sultana  g I Raisins  $025     Salmon  Golden Seal Pink  Squirrel  Peanut  Butter  1 1/2 kg .:':.  7 3/4 oz.  Prerri  Luncheon  Meat  12 oz.  Bicks Sweet Mixed  Better Buy  Rover  Pickles        $p9 Margarine      47* DorFood 2/89  Budget  Bathroom  Tissue ,o���  Heinz  Better Buy  Tomato  Ketchup  30  Beans &  14 f L oz.  Narcissus Whole  '^^      Crost *unspun wurtw��u�� vvnoiv  5 Toothpaste     gg�� Kernel Corn2/79�� M��shroons    gg*  S"   100 ml  Minute Maid Frozen  Snocap Frozen  Hash Brown  <v  ������a  Prices effective  November 29-30,  December 1,  at your Sechelt  Shop Easy.  We reserve the  right to limit  quantities.  Sunspun Long Groin  Rice  5 lb.  DI��X      I. $119  BlGflCll 128 fl. oz. ...... 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GODDARD'S  YOU-DEL'S  WESTERN DRUGS  LIQUOR ADMINISTRATION  BRANCH  ��� THE PARTY STOP  Supplement to The Peninsula Times  K I I  ,  ��.  '" Page 2   j     Supplement to The Peninsnla Times  Wednesday, Nov. 28,1979  YOUR  PEN TIMES  AD DROP-OFF  CENTRE IN  GIBSONS  Afexttte Jtd.  (Formerly Charles English  Insurance Agencies)  GENERAL INSURANCE  ��� Residential       ��� Commercial  ��� Mobie Homes   ��� Travel & Medical  ��� ARNE T. PETTERSEN  NOTARY PUBLIC  ��� Conveyancing ��� Wife  ARNE T. PETTERSEN  ��� EILEEN KINNE  ��� CHARLES ENGLISH  $%-;  SuKcwwfc kqwcm M.  SUNNYCREST CENTRE, GfBSONS  836-8212  Ssw^^���^-ar-saa* ���  i   in in   ii i   iiiii^Mjgu'Uiiji.uui'i  fei-  WELCOME TO  THE SUNNYCREST CENTRE DELI!  DELICATESSEN & SANDWICH BAR  Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons 886-7922  ���  featuring  FREYBE PRODUCTS  -the award winning  sausage maker  <?rey6���  WSmm  '. ^>v  ���-' ^_.-cr-y  Made-to-Order from  Our Dei  STOP IN TODAY!  We feature:  * Award winning  Freybe Sausage  * Fine domestic and  imported cheeses  * Ready-made Salads  * Party "Trays  * Delicious Pasteries  * Delicious Coffee-  brewed fresh  * Home-made Soup -  daily  * Super Sandwiches  and Bunwiches  YOU-DEL'S  9:00-6:00 PM - THURSDAY, NOV  SUNNYCREST  CENTRE  GIBSONS  L  One Stop  Shopping  .  i  on our everyday low, low prices plus  on all present sale items!  CHECK THROUGHOUT STORE FRIDAY &  SATURDAY FOR PRE-CHRiSTMAS SPECIALS  TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION  Please note 10% off is only  in effect on November 29,1979  ~ e <^_~-  ALSO  Watch  OUR STOCKING DRAW  on now AND ALSO  Our COLOR CONTEST  soon to be announced Wednesday, Nov. 28,1979  Supplement to The Peninsula Times  Page. 3  m  ��>v-l  SALE  THIS WEEK  ONLY  For  One Week  Only  ' THE BEST IN 3 FTECE SUiTS  $QQ00  as low as   9��f  �� PW STUPE WOOL ��_ ���__,  SUITS retaJ ��200 SALE $159����  ? .,  ���i ;  $ :".  n  7 }  ? -;-  S . '"  ' <.-  'f 4.  V I'  r 'r  �� -  i &  '"' it-.  Vi  i      jv  100% POLYESTB)  SUITS  Reg.'150 SALE  $1 -j goo  20% OFF  CARDIGANS  .   By White Ram, all colors,  all sizes, 2 pockets  20% OFF BLAZERS  & SPORTS JACKETS  Tweed, Camel Hair, Herringbone  VERY  GOOD SELECTION $����00  as low as  -\ :.  i.    '.  '* ���:���  '<��� 7  * I  n l  ���v;  ���u  V  \ i  \ l'  "1  ,'  7-  J  MANY OTHER M-STORE SPECIALS  RICHARD'S  Stan fie Id  BIKINI BREFS  Reg. '3.50  ^   $-|99  MEN'S  WEAR  " T  t  \ ���  M  CMAKC.IA  _____(  Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons 886-2116 Page 4 Supplement to The Penmmla Times  Wednesday, Nov. 28,1979  ��J_  lllllllll  ���      ���  m ��� m ��   ���  ���   ���  -***'  ^**:;  \#%^*��  a^vo  COLORING CONTEST...  Etter tie Pewsib Tines Ckrst_ias Coloring Contest aid win one of three great prizes. Max mum eEglrie age -10 years old.  $10 Crawl Prize. $5 Best ��� pre-sckooL $5 Best ��� ages 6-10 .Get out yoar crayons and try for a gift certificate with  wfciei yon can toy an early Christinas $fi from Toys for Al Ages.  AH entries must be  submitted on or before  December 15, 1979.  Have mum or dad drop your entry off at  the Times office or mail it to Peninsula Times, Box 310, Sechelt. Wednesday, Nov. 28,1979  MWMMMNMWM  MMmMMM  Supplement to The Peninsula Times  t>EAR 5ArV�� -H��^ AS^TME  WE WANT ^^���^JliSSiS  ��� Leader-Tricycles  ���'Green Machine  ��Ride Oh  Tractors  ���Spring  Horses  Family Room  Games  and much much more!  They're all at  We have something special tot every  sew and sew  on your  Christmas list!  across from SupvrValu  Stinnycr*sf tontiv  FOR ALL  AGES  A Storewide  Pre-Christmas  FABRIC SALE  to celebrate  Santa's Arrival  BARGAINS GALORE'  m*atm**j^am*mtm_*tmi_mtm\_m^_maamtim0_a*_*tt*0*0alm,  NOW IN STOCK  Sew Diary & Calendar  for 1980    By Simplicity  A PERFECTjTOCKINC STUFFEB  * Tirrie Saving Sewing & Craft Tips.  * Color Photos of Beautiful Handiwork from  around the World  * Body, Measurements for all Pattern-Sizes  * Complete Guide to Fabric Care "  * Seasonal Charts for Wardrobe Plans  * Gift Reminders, dozens of Handy Reference  Pages  -Metric Converters  '  f  THE FAB SHOP  I  m  8  Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons *  "Across from SuperValu"   886-2331   ��  THE BIGGEST TV EVENT OF THE YEAR ... We've  done it.,Created the biggest, most beautiful sets  we've ever introduced. But our 28" consoles are  not just bigger .. . they're better. Inside each one  is an exclusive picture scanning system we call  Velocity Modulation ��� with incredible sharpness  and resolution, corner to corner ��� the kind of  clean, crisp, high-contrast picture, you thought you  could only get on smaller sets.  Choose ultra-modern white or contemporary hand  finished wood styling, with remote control and  special Sony performance features . .. even a  built-in digital clock.  YOU'LL LIKE THE SOUND OF THIS ...We didn't  stop with a beautiful picture ��� we also improved  our overall cabinet construction to- take you  another step closer to real high fidelity television.  ���^f  ��� i^^^M  FULLY ELECTRONIC CHANNEL SETTING ... Every Sony TV comes  pre-set with standard VHF stations and their matching pushbuttons. But Express Tuning lets you match any channel to any  button ��� both VHF and UHF stations. Just open the front panel,  press the channel set button, and begin making your settings,  it's all done electronically ��� no dials to turn.  TUNEJN ON OUR NEW EXPRESS TUNING... Now in a new soft-  touctr 14-button Express Tuning keyboard. Just push the station  button you want ��� Express Tuning gives it to you instantly,  without running through the full sequence of channels in between. One-finger operation makes channel selection faster and  easier. Express Tuning also has fewer moving parts, so it's  easier on your set ��� and that means greater reliability and  longer life expectancy.  28" Trinitron Color Television  5 Technicians  Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons  886-7215  VHF RADIOTELEPHONE SALES & REPAIRS  i  \  ���' I  l ��� i  I "'  1 . '  'j :  { I  f -  >  \ /���  h  \1  w  U  Y ���p"������7"-*~i '���    -1    -  / PageS  SapptencBt to The Pfgrrnsnla Times  Wednesday, Nov. 28,1979  KlfSiAR FLASH  I35E  PERFECT  FOR  CHRISTMAS  MORNING!  An ftH>Mnjtf'ir. 35mm Gamon vszh  rmfri in Say lor easy pirturg SakJog*  Featurls bi$gbi vaewr finder wi_b ct>  pc_uxeinriEfeator aodsc_Pfinaer.  8  VOIGTLANDER  SLIDE  PROJECTOR  i  J  WTSTABEF-110  "NEW" - Features b_l_ Sash, op-  6c_ g_c len far sharp colorful pac-  mres. 100 and 400 ASA fim. has  ��aij��i^ fcr ctoudy and samy cod-  $44  88  V_  LENSES  10TS1A_135__.  J2.8 TELEPHOTO  TRIPODS  BINOCULARS  fNOT EXACTLY  AS nXUSISMOSl  Es__ve to KITS CAMERAS, the  Voigt���oder VP 135 AF has many  fine features nacfcadmg carrying case,  remote control, auto kocus and bu_-  in timer so dial yoa am view your  sfides fcr specific time intervals and  a low vdtage lamp system that pn>-  h__ lamp fade-out.  $  169s  8  "KITSTAR FULL  .  FIVE YEAR  WARRANTY"  AvaSb-le ta. most popular  SLR mounts-  *1_4*8  KITSTAR 75-150  ZOOM.  On* tooch control  for focuiring aod tooc_ _  $224"  KTTSTAH  EXD-4B TRIPOD  4 section tripod with centre brace  lor added subiirty. F-p-Jodt for  speedy setup.  *59*  8  KrrsTAR  EXF-3B TRIPOD  7 x 35 WIDE ANGLE CUSTOM  Wide angle, coated optics, field of  view 578 ft. at 1.000 YDS.  w  8  7 x 59 Bbaooalara  Hard Case. 372ft. at 1.000 yds. -  10x5AB_ocalau*  Coated optics, 314 ft. at 1.000 yds.  *59*8 J $49*8  KODAK  EKTR^LITEIO  Bcafe-*. *i_c_Bu__L fiash COCKS  w_fc _fafl^ v4tt strap and a p*&-  ded poadb ope  PHOTO ALBUMS   KITSTAR FLASH  $1088  *6  88  SCREENS  rjlawf iji 'T ii *"i  ii  aT'tTilurr  $19��8  KITSTAR  ELECTRONIC  FLASH 26B  Compact easy to use recycling  fime with fresh ___��e batteries  7 seconds.  $1088  iy  CANVAS  MASTERPIECES  Turn your color enlargement into a beaodul canvas masterpiece.  PlxALKfiaphs are reproduced on  on real canvas and stretched over  a frame. Sizes from 8 x 10" to  30" x 40" at New Low Prices.  AVAILABLE NOW  AT KITS.  KITSTAR FLASH  50 BC  Th�� versatile  component  gm�� a wl  balanced Bash  wkh telephoto and wide  angle tense*. The direction of the flash  can be -varied to provide shadowless re*  Betted fight A photosensitive ceO accurately compotes the correct flash for a  perfect six*.  SUNNYCREST  MALL  886-8010 Wednesday, Nov. 28,1979  Supplement,to The Peninsula Times  Paeeii    *  Get  Smart  DONT SURPRISE  SOMEONE YOU LOVE  WITH A GIFT THEY WON'T LOVE.  At T.J/s  We're  RECORD SPECIALISTS  AND CAN HELP YOU  SELECT A PERFECT  GIFT FOR EVERYONE  ON YOUR LIST  DROP M TODAY  AND SEE ALL OUR  FANTASTIC  PRE-CHRISTMAS SPECIALS  Q  ���smcZ  886*9111  Vf  m    _  y^\~  Aio^-  # LET US  BOOK YOUR FLIGHTS & ISSUE YOUR TICKETS  MAKE RAIL OR SHIP ARRANGEMENTS  ARRANGE INSURANCE  (Cancellation, Medical or Flight Insurance)  REMEMBER ��� "One call does it all - With no extra cost to you  GIBSONS TRAVEL  99  Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons  886-9255 Page 11    I Snppteme-t to The Peninsnla Times  Wednesday, Nov. 28,1979  JS��  iS^"  &  I  ?m-  X  M  J.  ffl  v *;  kAHj  %M~  Wa  *�� *  ^*s��  */* * *  * * # # #  *.* * *  i��  ��� LEATHER BOOTS 10% OFF  ��� LITTLE GIRL'S PATTEN SHOES 10% OFF  TRY OUR  lay-Away pun  Deposit required  PLUS  PURSES, SLIPPERS  AND LOTS MORE GREAT GIFT IDEAS  DON'S SHOES  Sunnycrest Centre,  Gibsons 886-2624 Wednesday, Nov. 28, 1979  Supplement to The Peninsula Times  Page 11  AND       At Last!  Lester Peterson's  "THE GIBSONS LANDING  STORY"  Now Being   Republished!  WE ARE TAKING ORDERS FOR  EARLY    DECEMBER    DELIVERY  "Books for  Everybody"  - From 1 year to  100 years -  j>  NEW BOOK  RELEASES INCLUDE  Hubert Evans  O Time in Your Flight"  James Herriot   -  Yorkshire"  Ralph Edwards of  'Lonesome Lake  Pacific Salmon -  A Masterpiece!  Farley Mowat  -  'And No Birds Sang"  The World    According    to  Roy Peterson  Children's Books  Galore!  Courts "HALLMARK" Christmas  CARDS, GIFTS & WRAP  "Largest Selection oa the Peninsula  "WHEN YOU CARE ENOUGH  TO GIVE THE VERY BEST'  Looking for  a Unique  Christmas Gift?  B.C. CRAFTED POTTERY  new & interesting selection  just arrived!  *&  A WIDE & VARIED ARRAY  OF GIFTS  FROM AROUND  OUR WORLD!  V-  ^ Pre-Christmas Specials!  ��� ALL SHARP CALCULATORS  ��� PENS, PENCILS & GIFT SETS  ��� HANDCRAFTED LEATHER  SAVINGS OF UP TO 50% ON SPECIALLY  PRICED ITEMS THROUGHOUT OUR STORE!  SHOP NOW FOR BEST SELECTION  BOOKS & GIFTS  Sunnycrest Mall  886-8013  * Layaways Accepted  * Gift Certificates  CHAKGKX  _____!  ���  $fi��5��B&ft  !i^^m^m^^m^^  Choose a  quality and  taste  from the large selection at  Ci&ctctfl/ict &  FASHION CENTRE  SUNNYCREST CENTRE  GIBSONS .386-9543  TRAIL BAY CENTRE  SECHELT 885-9818 -������--^-~*-t>~--;..fVVJi.J,^���frji.l-'rrfiai-m-V',  ������' Yr-'rr-yi-?.    r-'���'��� 'r-' f* "^ ������'-" y "-;-.';.>-  Ii  Page 12        Supplement to The Peninsula Times  _\  /  yy  I"  It '  V,  is  Wednesday, Nov. 28,1979  .���&*..  -in  CHRISTMAS ISSUE  NORTH POLE  will arrive at the  at noon on  .Dec. 1st  SANTA'S HOURS  AT SUNNYCREST CENTRE  Sat, Dec 1 ��� 12-3 pm  Fri, Dec 7 - 5 pm-7:30 pm  Sat, Dec 8-11 am-1 pm  Sat, Dec 8 - 2 pm-4 pm  Fri, Dec 14-5 pm-7:30 pm  Sat, Dec 15-11 am-1 pm  & 2 pm-4 pm  Thurs, Dec 20 -12-3 pm  Fri, Doc 21-11 am-2 pm ft 5 pm-7 pm  Sat, Dec 22 -1.1 am-1 pm & 2 pm-4 pm  CONTEST RULES  1. Prizes are non-refundable for cash.  2. Enter at any Sunnycrest Merchant, except L.A.B.  3. Employees & Relatives of Sunnycrest Centre  Merchants are not eligible.  4. No purchase necessary.  5. Winners must answer a skill testing question.  6. Contest runs from Dec. 1 - Dec. 22,1979.  IfinCI   HAVE YOUR PICTURE  HI 110!   TAKEN WITH SANTA!   M  ��� ��� ^.   *  *Spree Excludes Catalogue ft liquor lalei. ,  i___m^  " **Approx. Vajue $300. >!  ***Approx. Value $20.00 each.  1    ._, ( 7 i . m . \ !��� ' i 7  ���  ������ '��� y-':h:��� *���'y        y ,y:-:y ;.,,���,:,. ���'".,���:���:���./'.������'���"-',j ,':/.Y:i'Yy."���:...���   ���.:].^fy,:'r���^",'.��� Y.'t, ,;���>'��� y^y^yy  :������������">',- ���. , .������'.���,,. .;,>���,���. ���   (MtOjl ���& '���     '''-'Y.'.^y-Y      ���'.������.'.'���-.���y.':,'',/. . y, .'.!������;.,'?'.v^"���'���;'.'"���'v/V;'.  THE SUNNYCREST CENTRE - 32 SHOPS TO SERVE W  �� ��## *.f#r ��W*0**tf%*-i#'*<#**'��fel 9  Tl


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