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 Elves are a busy lot come  By HELEN PARKER.  A decision to buy orchids for four  elderly aunts nine Christmases ago  started Len and Edith McDonald off on a  project which resulted in continuing aid  for the Sunshine Coast's.needy families  every Christmas since.  The   Elves   Club,   which   was   incorporated as a society on St. Patrick's  day, 1972, started as a "fluke", Mrs. .  McDonald says.  "I just had my heart set on giving them  orchids, but (florist John) Harvey talked  me out of it.  "I was sending them back East and he  v told me as soon as my aunts walked outside in the cold, they would droop."  Then her husband told her the price of  three orchids for each aunt would go a long  way toward buying a needy family a  Christmas dinner.  "We called Welfare and asked if they  could find us a family and they gave us a  family of 17," she said.  The McDonalds prepared their first  Christmas hamper which included a 25 lb.  turkey, other foods and toys for the  children. Suddenly more calls about needy  families poured in.  "I emptied my cupboards out and then  I went to my friends and all the stores we  deal with and asked if they would donate  something."  A minister and a person from Human  Resources suggested a society be formed  of all the people who donated that year and  when the time came to enter the name of  the club on the application forms, "I just  put Elves Club," Mrs. McDonald said.  "There was no thought put into, it  whatsoever." i -  The price of joining the club is a penny  a day ("which never hurt anyone," this  year's coordinator Marlyn Anderson said)  and one tin of food per month.  "We depended on that for so many  years," Mrs. Anderson said. Now .with the  rising price of groceries, more than the  $3.65 and 12 tins of food annually is  necessary.    -   \  Last year the group had a raffle without  which Mrs. Anderson says the club would  "never have been able to fill those hampers." They filled'about 155 hampers  valued at $80 to $100 each.  This year, ElVes .Club secretary  Kathleen Belanger sent out 500 letters  requesting donations frpm businesses and  service organizations!  Mrs. Anderson attributes the "terrific  response" to the time Mrs. Belanger spent  in making the requests "more personal"  with a little drawing of an elf in the corner  of the stationery.  Despite the membership of about 100  persons, only about six members are  active which.creates an intense workload  from the time the club begins organizing  for Christmas in September until the  hampers are delivered December, 15. ,  "It's mostly the older, people whorare  members, those who have seen. hard  times,".she said "A person should get  involved- and go out with the hampers to  see what it is like."  t' However, she. does, credit the Mc-  ELVES (��UByQ^brdlhator .Marlyn  Anderson and president Walter  Zalischuk have a direct line to the  man-at-the-top in order to obtain gifts  for needy children. The club would  like to wrap the gifts next year and  would appreciate it if people would  save their Christmas wrapping paper  for them.  Donald's son Mike who has been a "hard  worker" every year.  One big problem, and the reason why  the club does not remain active all year  long, is the lack of facilities for storage.  "I have stuff stored all over the  peninsula," Mrs. Anderson said.  This year, the club offered to rent  freezer space for the turkeys from Tyee  Products in Sechelt who, in return,  donated the space.  The active members of the club set up  the hampers Friday and start deliveries  from Port Mellon to Egmont Saturday  morning. The club would appreciate it if  recipients would stay home between 8 a.m.  and noon..  The club also requests recipients to  keep their dogs inside or on a short rope.  Club president Walter Zalischuk said a few  of his deliveries were a little uncomfortable last year because of temperamental dogs.  The recipients usually know who they  are since a form���is sent out through  Human Resources and the recipient  determines whether a hamper is needed.  Others are referred by friends or neighbors because they are too embarrassed to  ask for help.  The deliveries used to be made on  Christmas Eve, but the increase in the  number of hampers and the need for the  club members to spend Christmas ,with  their own families moved the day forward.  "It takes all day to deliver the hampers," Mrs. Anderson said. "As well, the  turkeys are frozen and need time to thaw.  "And, if the parents do have a few  dollars to spare for gifts, they can see what  we have delivered before they buy."  The Elves Club has decided against  holding raffles at Christmas ��� "it's like  we're asking people to give out of both  hands and there are so many raffles at this  time of year."  Because they are allowed two raffles a  year under the Societies' Act, they plan to  hold one in April.  With the money left over from the  Christmas hampers, members of the  Elves Club deliver a rosebud and card to  each patient in St. Mary's Hospital on  Christmas Day to help cheer them up.  If there is money left over, the club  helps burnt out families during the year by  giving them a certificate for groceries.  Mrs. Anderson said the McDonalds are  to be commended.  "For years they went without a  Christmas. To help people is in their blood.  "They used to give out of, their own  pockets without knowing whether they  would ever get it back, until at the last  minute the money would come in."  ��  .���CNA  Union Lobe I  Serving the Sunshine Coast   (Howe Sound to  Wilson Creek   Selma Park   Sechelt, Halfmoo  Copy  LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ONTHE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 17 ��� No. 52  Wednesday, December 12,1979  WORKERS FEAR "INTIMIDATION"  By HELEN PARKER      >v  Two hqfeemakers Wave been suspended  foUowin. their, refusal to sign an "Oath of.  Confidentiality."    ��� '   ..' -  The homemakftps, who do not wish to%e  i&fiiilied forbear. e�� apd_taig"Cli��ifit'Sel'  \ cortfidentiaUty _rniderstoodaspartofthe  job. They do not object to signing a confidentiality statement concerning clients  and clients' families, but to the statement  including homemakers and staff.  Homemakers help with housework,  shopping, and personal hygiene of persons  who are in the Long Term Care program  and have difficulty doing these things  themselves.  Since the homemakers suspended have  been employed by the Homemaker Service for more than three years, they  wonder about the necessity of a signature  and the haste with which director of the  service Linda Reeve went about gathering  the typewritten confidentiality forms.  Reeve told the Times Friday signing a  statement of confidentiality included on  the application form has been the policy  for new homemakers since the provincial  government established the long-term  care program in January, 1978.  After reviewing employees' files  recently she found about "20  homemakers" who were hired before the  program came into effect and so had not  signed this statement.  As the oath of confidentiality is a  prerequisite for employment} the women  will remain suspended until they sign it,'  Reeve said. ���"*    *     .  '  The homemakers said they will be  following the proper grievance procedure  'gainst-the ruling: -'-'-������  ���- '^L <-^~��-^  v.y The confidentiality policy appears to  follow on the heels of other policies which  are beginning to frustrate the  homemakers.  Reeve claims the complaints are  voiced by only a few while the remaining  homemakers are satisfied.  ��� "It's been a fairly difficult year for  some of them fairly resistant to change,"  Reeve said.  However, those homemakers who are  voicing their objections are elected  representatives of the homemakers and  until recently sat on the Homemakers  Committee of the Community Services  Society.  \Those homemakers approached by the  Times were reluctant to go on record,  feeling the problems, which were aired at  a recent meeting with the executive of the  society, could be solved internally.  They felt also the issue would not be  considered important by a public who  , would consider them "rabble-rousers,"  one homemaker said.  The homemakers wanted a meeting  with the society members and executive  without Reeve In attendance. They felt  homemakers would be more willing to  Nicholson keeps the SCRD chair  The Sunshine Coast Regional District  Board chairman Ed Nicholson will remain  in his position for at feast another year.  Nicholson kept the chair as he was  acclaimed by the board. The only other  board member who was nominated was  Director David Hunter, but ho declined the  nomination.  Hunter, however will take over the vice  chairman duties.  Nicholson named the various committee chairman at tho Thursday SCRD  meeting as well as outlining his two major  -goala for the year.      "'- ������   Ho hopes to resolve a comprehensive  highway plan as well as a regional settlement plan which will include tho  completion of tho water and sewer plan.  Three new members were sworn in as  well Director Charles Leo who retained his  scat In nn election in area. G and Director  Jpe Harrison who retained his seat which  was uncontested.  Gibson's new mayor Lorraine Goddard  will represent her village, while Alderman Brian Stelk will represent the Village  of Sechelt.  Jim Gurney, elected by acclamation In  Area E will replace George Gibb on the  board,   ���  Despite rumors that Charles Lee would  not retain any major committee chairmanships, Nicholson appointed him as  Finance committee chairman.  Harrison takes over Public Utilities  Committee, while Nicholson will keep the  chairmanship of the Management committee.  Hunter will run tho planning committee, wlille director Harry Almond will  be, ln chargo of Uio building committee  which will cover tho proposed Joint use  office facility,  Almond will also remain on tho hospital  board. Stelk will head up a Parks and  Recreation committee.  %<tide flte 7&ne<i  ...Pled Pear will moke nn appearance on tho Const. C4  . . .Sechelt Notes didn't make the Community Pogcs but it can be  found on B8  . . .Energy, some solutions, some problems. A3  .. .Steve Ripper looks nt the benefit of sitting still Instead of Jogging CI  ;. .^^  . . .More news on lil  .. .EvI Blueth takes n look at two divers in Pender Harbour. D2  speak out if the administration were absent   ���".'  But Reeve called a meeting with the'''  society executive only including chairman  Doug Roy and attended the meeting with.,  other administration.  '���. iteevesaid she was unaware she was  not Ranted at the meeting and at the time  of drawing up the agenda, left room for the  homemakers'subjects.  The meeting, from the homemakers'  point of view, was unsuccessful. They  never got around to discussing any of the  almost four pages of questions they had  prepared at a general meeting of the  homemakers.  One homemaker admits she may have  rendered the meeting unsuccessful, going  "off on a tangent" when she became  frustrated and antagonized by what  seemed to be a lack of understanding of  what the meeting was about.  The Times received a copy of the  homemakers' questions which were not  discussed at the meeting of the society and  the homemakers.  These questions pointed to a lack of  communication between administration  and homemakers.  The homemakers are upset at being  pulled off clients' cases without  justification, At the same time, they feel if  clients' hours are to be reduced, the client  should receive written notice.  "So many people are frustrated (both  homemakers and clients) when they don't  receive notice or explanation," the  statement said.  The homemakers wonder why the  policy manual which states homemakers*  cases should be reviewed with the client  and homemaker after 10 months is not  being followed.  They feel more information is  necessary when going into a new client  ���See Page A-2  Tyee sale deal  falls through  Al Campbell's sale of Tyeo Air to West  Coast looks as if lt lias fallen through and  Campbell is taking, West Coast's former  holding company to court to recover  damages.  Campbell told the Times that his  lawyers have served a writ on Cromurfjv  Holdings for not expediting tho sale and  not following through oh tholr side, of tho  agreement.  Campbell hopes to recover costs Incurred by tho deal falling through.  "Tho deal has fallen through and my  lawyers have served a writ on Cromarty  Holdings,",Campbell said.  "Wo aro trying to make lt clear that  Tyco Is not Involved with Cromarty  because they never finalized tho deal."  Although Cromarty Holdings general  manager Lyn Thow would not comment on  the writ, It is believed that Cromarty  "Htfdingriiiiriinro  panyowned by Jim Patttson.  "That's what I read ln tho newspapers,  but- they haven't told me anything,"  Campbell said.  'finwai  MAKING IT OFFICIAL,  Lorraine   ceremonies  in  Gibsons   municipal   dard   succeeds   Ixirne   Blain   who  Goddard signs on as Gibsons new   chambers office December 3. God-   served one term.  mayor  during  the   inauguration     * ���BUI Bell Photo  Manpower cuts hurting BTSD program  *  Ever thought about upgrading your  education to tho grade 12 level? Perhaps  you're unemployed and cannot find a Job  or you might bo stuck in a job with no  future 'advancement without that extra  education.  Still you cannot afford to quit your Job  nor can you afford to lose your unemployment benefits by becoming a student.  At one 'ttmrymrcouw gerthrwedw  upgrading to* grade "M level by being  sponsored In Capilano College's Basic  Skills, Training and Development (BTSD)  program by the Ministry of Employment  nnd Immigration (Manpower).  Unfortunately, tho federal government  has cut out funding for level four (grndo  12), but you can still got lovol two and  threo funded (grade 10).  However, according to local BTSD coordinator Richard Chamberlln this too Is  being cut back and It Is really hurting tho  people who need the help most.  "Mflhpowerhartotaiif incited out of  level four which means that students who  don't have any means or source of Income  have to give up and quit," Chamberlln  said.  "As far as I'm concerned level four is  tho most Important part of tho BTSD  progrnm ond in my experience most  cannot afford to continue,"  Chamberlln pointed out ln tho lost two  years manpower has chopped six scats In  level two and three, down from lfl to 10.  Ijocul employment representative Tom  Nishlmurn disputes Clvombcrlln's claims  mat the rohdlng for UleWs" was'necd'ed.'  "This office has had difficulty m filling  ull 16 scats," Nishlmurn told the Times.  "Sure lots of people could use tho  ���See Page A-2  ! Two homemakers suspended  r��m Pu��a> A.V  '?.'        "'" ��� "writtenanduntold,nr marieuntnstiitthe*'       fiinro   the' snnlorv   1  ���From Page A-l  situation, which may be difficult-  Unbiased   opinions   (are)   very  important."  When phoning the administration office  with a problem or complaint, homemakers  are annoyed when they are immediately  asked if they "want off the-case."  "Problem concerns shouldn't indicate  that we don't want to give or can't give the  best service we can, but we all might need  another opinion," the statement said. ,  "We would like to be told who to phone;  ' someone who can professionally assist  us."  This particular situation has led to low  morale among the homemakers and some  homemakers are avoiding the office  because they feel they have no support, it  said.  The statement explained .why Reeve is  not invited to attend the Homemakers'  general meetings.  "Our general meetings are held  without the supervisor because we find  that people jump on her and we never  seem to stay on our agenda slate.  "We feel if you have anything you want  to discuss you should be able to take it to  the office and not take up a whole meeting  discussing personal problems."  The homemakers wonder also what the  policies   are   now,  whether  they   are  "written and upheld, or made up to suit the*  situation^"       '      l.   v    ,.,;-  The homemakers' claimed there is  some client intimidation . when a  replacement homemaker does not work  out and the client is "scared into considering facilities."  Some of this intimidation has spread to  the homemakers contacted by the Times  who feared going on the record might  result in a decision from "higher up" that  certain clients are beyond care in the  home and should be considering a care  facility.  At the same time they feel harm is done  when "homemaker representatives are  called paranoid and (accused of) running  a secret society."  Roy said it was a "good meeting except  really only one person dominated it."  Roy attended the Times office with  Reeve last Friday because, Reeve said, as  chairman of the society which is the  Homemaker' Service's  employer,   Roy4  should be the one to comment,  "I feel uncomfortable commenting  without the chairman of the board  present," Reeve said earlier in a telephone  interview.  "I don't think they (the homemakers)  have any reason to complain about lack of  avenues to communicate at all," Roy said.  "The letter we sent out described it.'*  Since the,society learned its constitution precluded staff of the society  from- sitting oh the committees," the  homemakers reps were dropped from the  homemaker committee and now, are:  allowed to attend if they send at written  request. This is the avenue of communication Roy refers to.  Roy added that since November, 1978,  Reeve has not been allowed to attend the  meetings of the homemaker group itself  and is not sent the minutes of these  meetings.'  "It's been very hard for some of them  to change," Reeve said. "The service has  grown so big, so fast... We really have to  be answerable for the money we spend."  Reeve said there was no shortage of  money for the service which is funded by  the provincial government.  "tjMave tfce  S&TWR  Comm-Da��v  VHF-  ���� 886-7918  Manpower cuts  CDE &  Browning CB  Auth.  Docca  %__&.  Radar  C��ntr*  Also  Land  Radio  LEASE-A-  RADAR  Telephones  MOTOROLA Ask us about  MARCONI  WESTERN  RADIO  ���From Page A-l  upgrading, but a lot of them cannot qualify  on technical reasons."  He pointed out that it was his policy to  direct the potential student to take the  GED exam for grade 12 equiVilency.  "If they do write it and pass it - it will  save them a lot of time," he said.  Nishimura did admit, however, that his  department was on a limited budget, but,  he didn't see it decreasing the number  they will sponsor in the future.  Meanwhile, Capilano's BTSD external  co-ordinator Bob Irvin said that without  manpower funding several students have  to be turned away.  "We just can't take anybody who can't  support themselves and the people who  need the upgrading the most are the ones  who are earning the minimum amount and  can't save enough money to quit work,"  Irvin said.  He said some money for single mothers  was available from the Human Resources,  but another source of revenue from the  Department of Indian Affairs has also  been cut in the last year.  One of Chamberlin's complaints was  Nishimura was-not counselling potential  students into the program because of  funding cuts;  "There, is  a  need   for  the   BTSD  program, but if nobody is told about it by '  manpower who is going to know?"  Chamberlin argued that level two and,  three might be good enough for some  career training, but in a lot of cases  students wishing to pursue carpentry and  electrical vocational studies need grade  ���12.  '.  "In a lot of Cases the GED exam isn't  Lockstead wants  study released  Don Lockstead (NDP-Mackenzie) has  called on Forests Minister Tom Waterland  to release the Midcoast Wood evaluation  study, which has now been completed, to  the people of Ocean Falls area. The  provincial government commissioned the  study as a basis for making a decision on  selling the plant to Kruger or upgrading  and modernizing the plant:  As M LA for the area, Lockstead says he (  has asked Waterland for a copy of the'  study, and that Waterland has refused to  make one available to him.  "The future of Ocean Falls will be  determined by this study, and I feel the  people here Ijave a right to know what the  conclusions of this study are. We have  waited long enough for the government to  make a decision. We want to know what  the Minister is planning to do with the  uncommitted resources in this area. It's  our future, and we want un opportunity to  study tho report," I/)ckstcnd said.  good enough by itself. When all it takes is  just 48 per cent to pass it you need  upgrading to supplement that exam."  Chamberlin pointed out.  Ih  * Motorola  * Marconi  * Redlcom  Apelco  We alto  Service  * Furuno  ,__^_^_^___. a Okl  Also     ' !*Em___f_9______mm*y^r*r^   ,  Most moki? ^^4m\y3UtiV    'iSr?  Dep.hjSo1ndirljgflBgEdgg& ^Radios  MILLER MARINE talkie  ELECTRONICS �����-  Across from tho Bank of Montreal, Olbsons  NEW!! IN STOCK NOW!!  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AUan^WiUiam^lca  '/impartial Investigate  eumstarices" surroiim$n^  private and confidential;;t^er^^��^r^P*!^l!,  :by,B.c.'Tely';;g7^  ///:The;/B;Cy7Feri^  obtained arid^^theip^^  WlUrigyrecoi^  Gerard StellMgi/V^  ;resolvM "byj:ay:&  Board, [y x:Y':a(-S0^S^  Mr. Lockstead siaid he; is d^termineriv;  ���'.���.that..B.C. Tel released tte^ctmfidehtial:  telephone r^ordstwithpi^  Mr. LocksteadI said itis a graVeassaultj  on civil liberties wheresuch iriforrtmtipnis  obtained and used; ty^  proper authoriwtibriyfro  \ justice system* AY y7 'YA-Yy0-Y  Lockstead sM he to^  General will quicjklyjge^tpj thejbptt^^or  the circurnstancesTSiier  Ferry Gorppratiph pbtaiiie  ,'. ��� private; r&9!$^^  On January[w'l^alB^Gy^Hpfficlal.  testified that ;tfe oi^  concerning their customersi bU^g c^;lxs  obtained is thrpugh a 7su^poehayy'^-0-.  viously, somewhere along they^e,ythe  policy has come unstuck,'* Y 0 ;  The Peninsula Times  i*ageA-3  SOLID VINYL SHEET  y��� :.:''srrvFranchisee! Agent--  SEAMLESS GUTTERS  Manufactured at your home  Vinyl - SIDING - Aluminum  Blown in -1NSULATION   blown in  AWNINGS - ALUMINUM CARPORTS  MEMBERS OF THE Sunshine Coast  volunteer Frank West ,iftontj society\;  treasurer, December 4 at the: Parthenon. To help enjoy his days ;of/  ;l&sure|he^  HWitih h^ and  society executive Art McPhee (rf{<ir;  'left), Doug Roy (third from right)/  John Moorby and Agnes Labonte.  Tenders called for Coast roads  Tenders have been called for a contract  to pave 37.48 kilometres of Sechelt and  Gibsons area roads, it was announced  today by Transportation and Highways  Minister Alex V. Fraser.  The work is located in the two areas, on  Highway 101 or on miscellaneous roads  within its vicinity.  A breakdown of the contract shows six  kilometres of Halfmoon Bay and North  Section   roads   will   be   paved;   11.81  kilometres at Reception Point and Sechelt  area roads; 9.63 kilometres of Davis Bay.  and Roberts Creek Rpadfr-^aruf 10.04  kilometres of Gibson a'rea roads.  Work will include installation of gravel,  primer arid tack coat and paving.  Materials to be used include: 12,000  tonnes of gravel, 270,000 litres of spray  primer and tack coat and 36,000 tonnes of  asphalt paving;  Tenders will be opened on January 9,1980.  'n.  SERVING  GIBSONS, SECHELT,  POWELL RIVER,  NANAIMO  Sechelt auxiliary  AH Levis and "Big Blue" Cords and *  Denims ���    -  per pair  *  Sechelt store only *  CACTUS FLOWER  Cowrie St. Sechelt  885-5323  By KAY PURDY  The regular meeting of the Sechelt  Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital was held  atthe Golf Club on December 5. President,  Chris Ward, opened the meeting and led  the members in a silent remembrance of  Ruth Steele.  Ada Dawe and Margaret Robsori are on  the recovery list and we all send best  ' wishes. Doreen Jenkins reminds us that;  December 14 is the last day for donations  in lieu of Christmas cards. Contact her at  885-9043 or leave your name and donations  with Betty McKay at Uncle Mick's in the  Mall. Sunday .December 16 will be the date  of the Annual Christmas Party for the  Extended Care patients. It will be held in  the Day Room from 2 to 4 p.m.  Chris Ward reported on our very  successful Christmas Bazaar and extended thanks to all who gave so  generously of their time and talents and to  the buyers who turned out to support our  effort,  Volunteers from the Auxiliary gave 206  hours of service in the Hospital in  November.  Following the regular meeting the  Annual Meeting took place. The President  reviewed the year just past and noted that  it had been a very satisfactory one both  financially and in the knowledge that we  had brought comfort to the patients in  Hospital and through them to their  iamilies and friends. Annual reports were  ^received from the Chairmen of various  fields of service and all showed gratifying  progress.  g   Billie Steele, the nominating Chairman,  ted the election of officers; Those elected.,  yere Chris Ward, President; Judy Steele, '  , *y*ice-President; Kay Purdy Executive  Officer; Carol Hartman, Secretary; Mary  Bannerman, Treasurer; Jeanne Lear  Publicity. Isobel Goldrup, Past President  of Pender Auxiliary and Elected Member  of the Hospital Board, installed the officers in the Candlelight Ceremony.  Thanks were extended to the ladies of  the Golf Club who served a delicious  luncheon.  Merry Christmas to you all.  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(Parking for 80 cars)  ��� <��   , ii \   \  tfbR Peninsula Times  Wednesday, December, 12,1979 ��  '&&U$LWmmWe&fi$m  "4 five press h rt��?.  '������"."'I'������ ������'-���"..���������������;.���   '''��� Wi^filOufytitt :.  V-'-;*'     P.O. BOXmSEOfELT .Phone; SSS-i&I       .   .��� '^&:'y;_<Y ^  ��� v"�� - ���.���...������'      -   ..-     ' .-'";��� -_ " " '���"' ?*���:> y . -v  7 m. Bull ��� Editor ���  Harv��r McCracken- JftAUMgi* -' ". '4  Helen Parker - Reporter/Photographer     Helen Ttfske* -'Advertising Seles ;,"  . JenniferHinde - Darkroom'Technician ..Maty Puchalski'��'Advertisifl��j   ^ ;,���  Judy Fitzgerald-��� Office Manager .'���; ..'.- /   ..   ��� I i M   ii i ' , in' '���' i ���-   "i    hi i i'i r'Vijri  Taxi service needs overhaul  Last week this paper carried a  .tory on the taxi service on the  ���sunshine Coast, since that story ran  we have found some of the statements  made by those interviewed were  misleading.  However, after checking with  officials in the Motor Carriers  Commission we have found what we  suspected in the first place - taxi  service on the coast is in a disastrous  state.  It would appear that something  has to be done about it and according  to the Motor Carrier Commission,  they are studying the situation closely  and will be coming up with several  recommendations in the near future.  Still, the situation because of  ownership problems in the Gibsons-  based taxi service and the problems  associated with starting up the now  defunct Sun Dispatch Taxi service -  we believe a public meeting should be  held to assess the exact need for a taxi  service on the Coast.  We suspect that previously the  Coast (from Port Mellon to Mid-  dlepoiht) taxi service has been  hampered by poor administration and  as such, the extent of the need for  taxis has been undermined by the  population making do with what was  offered.        ,  Having no real means of public  transportation, a viable taxi service  is needed. Just what a viable taxi  service is (now many licences should  be offered) and who should own them,  can only be determined by the Motor  Carriers Commission.  Hopefully they will not take just  the word of those who have applied  for licences because there have been  too many conflicting statements  made.  To find out exactly what those  needs are must be done through  public participation in a public  meeting.  To make an arbitrary decision  based solely on the information given  them by those making the applications would not only be an injustice to present taxi owners, but to  the public.  Do something nice for Xmas  Commercialism at Christmas time  is something we all have to live with,  but there are, ways in which we can  hold on to some of that old time,  Christmas spirit.  Although it is now a cliche,  Christmas is a time for giving. Not  only to one's friends and relatives, but  to those who are less fortunate than  ourselves.  The Elves Club is one organization  onthe Coast which captures the true  meaning of Christmas. It makes sure  those who would not normally have  the things we expect at Christmas,  like a turkey, a few presents, and a  small tree ��� get them.  But without our help and the hard  work of those volunteers, none of this  would possible. So the next time you  see the Elves in the Mall���help them  out ��� it will make you forget about  the commercialism and a whole lot  better about Christmas.  News and' VieVFs /  No shots from the hip  py Helen Parker."./  Cliches have lasted throughout the  years because there is always some truth  to them. "Where there's smoke, there's  fire" happens to be one I believe In,  especially when such high stakes are often  involved.  So it is with the case of the  homemakers-the smoke is in their  complaints, the fire is in the administration and with some of them, the  high stakes have meant their jobs.  Director of the Homemaker Service  Linda Reeve was reluctant to comment  without Chairman of the Community  Services Society Doug Roy present.  Though Reeve explained why Roy was  present, when they arrived at the office  together, I felt it wasmeant to be a two-  against-one situation. Intimidation, the  homemakers call it.  I got answers to the question I asked.  There were certain things I left out  because I felt it would appear as if I had a  closed mind on the subject. So much for  appearances.  But there was one thing I could not  seem to make clear to Reeve or Roy  because I would not tell them where I got  my Informatlon-the homemakers never  approached me.  When I told Reeve and Roy I had heard  f,r .ur. problems numerous times, that Is  exactly what I meant. Then I went to the  homemakers and thoy reluctantly confirmed It.  The PEmNsuLAjfe^  Published Wednesdays at Sechelt  on H.C.'s Sunshine Const  by  The Peninsula Times  for Westpres Publications Ltd.  ��t Sechelt, B.C.  Box 310 ��� Sechelt, B.C.  VON MO  Phone 885-3231  Contributors:  Div. 7, Sechelt Elementary  Robert Foxnll  Vern Giesbrecht  Ruth Forrester  '-' Mmirlcc HenHlrcct  Jeanie Norton  M in rio Redman  Bruce Robinson  Guy Symonds  Paggy^Connor*-*���---  Doris Mdwurdson .  Neither Reeve nor Roy seemed to  believe that anyone other than certain  homemakers could possibly be involved.  Talk about closed minds on the subject.  Well, I don't believe people risk their jobs  lightly these days just to cause trouble.  By Roy's very insistence I had no story,  I became more convinced I had. At no time  did I antagonize either of them, believing I  was giving them a fair chance to state  their case.  So Roy's attempt at intimidation by  warning me not to "shoot from the hip" on  the story because a lot of elderly people  were involved was unfair as was his one-  line attack on my competence as a  reporter.  Here's news for you, Doug Roy, I am  not responsible for all those elderly people,  you are. Ant it's up to you to clean up any  trace of mess in your nest Instead of  calling those who attempted to bring your  attention to it something a little stronger  than trouble makers.  V  * WHY DON'T. YOU m AX AMD 30 DOMESTIC FOR A DAY GR SO:.  ��� WHEN WAS WE LAST:TIME YOUCHOPPEP OFFA PAIR OF HANDS?  Reflections  by Vern Giesbrecht  A fine line  Born again capitalists  ��� by Bruce Robinson  Hi friends! Gerber Ted Headstrong  here, your favourite evangelist and mine,  coming'to you live from Automobiles in  Action, the only used car dealership  staffed exclusively by evangelists. That's  right, friends! We are selling cars for God,  and now you can do your part by purchasing a 1973 Rambler American, two  door hardtop, automatic, radials all  around, re-built engine, not a speck of rust  where you'd notice it. For you, friends, a  ridiculously low price of 3600 dollars! Or  perhaps you're saying, "Hey Gerber Ted",  put me into something a little more  sporty." How about a 1976 Corvette  Stingray, friends'. All the options, all the!,  excitement you've ever wanted in a caiV  \get to the church that much faster, friends;'  And you can own this horny little demon by  simply making a paltry contribution to  God's workers. You thought I'd say 12,000.  No, I'm not saying 12,000! I'm hot saying  10,000! I'm saying 17,000!  I know what you're thinking, friends,  You're thinking, "Thank God, finally  credibility comes to the used car business!  But you're wondering how this divine  inspiration came to me and my friends.  How is it we became involved in used  cars? I'm glad you asked, friends.  You see, God told me to go to Sarasota  and speak at an auto dealers' convention  He told me I would have a revelation  there. And He was right, friends! Oh, I  -admit that initially I felt a little out of  place, but the second day, after I donned  white shoes, white belt and maroon leisure  suit, I was accepted like a brother. Of  course, we're all brothers, friends and  we're all friends, brothers. Along these  lines I gave the used car dealers a talk on  incorporating Christ into their businesses  while they gave me four grand for an  hour. Shortly thereafter, I had the  revelation.  I said to myself, anybody who'll give  four thousand bucks to an evangelist with  blue hair has got to have money to burn.  Yes, God was saying, "Here's a way to  make big bucks." So I decided to do it. On  His behalf, naturally..  To me, friends, the seed on an idea is  exhilarating, almost on a par with  Charlie's Angels, and being a true  christian and also a little low on bucks, I  decided to let some friends in on the  cultivation of my seed.  My first stop was the southern plantation house of Reverend Willie of the Anti-  Communist Christian College. Poor Rev.  has been off the air ever since the do-  gooders took office. Although he made a  killing in the thirteen weeks he was on  television, I'd heard he had ants in his  pants to get out from under the little  woman,-who> had taken to cracking up his  Rolls Royces and ordering new ones. Sure  enough, he was rarin' to go, because he  hadn't had a good cause to support since  Viet Nam.  So we loaded up my El Dorado and  headed out to find Rural Roberts, the one  time faith healer who traded in his  magical hands in order to perform more  conventional feats on television specials.  Rural had also built a university which  only admitted boys with crew-cuts and  girls with bobby socks, since those are the  kind of kids God likes.  Because Rural was involved in so many  endeavours, one would have thought he  would be content to bless Johnny Cash and  count money from his residuals. But this is  no ordinary man, folks! He is a combination of Christopher Columbus and  H.L. Hunt. He is a christian looking for  new empires. He loved the idea of starting  up a used car lot and even offered to help  out with car repairs and body work,  utilizing his all-purpose healing powers.  We made room in the El Dorado for  Rural's Samsonite luggage and several  cases of Coors and we were off. Our enthusiasm grew as we drove west,  and we spent much of our time singing  psalms, quoting passages from The Book,  and handicapping the NFL games for  Sunday.  Together we decided to seek out Hex  Bumbard, who back in the titles helped me  transform my waterfall hairstyle into my  current noble, Republican coif. Hex even  showed me how to highlight the silver with  his own special formula of Graecian blue,  available only to religious patriarchs.  Being eternally indebted to Hex, I felt  the least I could do was offer him part  ownership of the car lot. My heart overflowed when he accepted without  hesitation. He didn't waste any time  packing and I still have a vivid picture of  the man sitting on top of a couple of boxes  of Budweiser in the back seat of the convertible, waving his stetson wildly as we  raced off into the sunset.  There was one more stop to make on  our pilgrimage. With all the Coors and  Budweiser accumulating in the El Dorado,  not to mention all the monogrammed  luggage, that poor old Caddy was starting  to bottom out, but we could always find  room for the legendary Reverend Billy  Mayhem. Fortunately, Billy wasn't having  luncheon at the White House, but was out  on;the lawn frollicking with his puppies,  Peten.and Simon.  Poor old Billy has been losing  credibility lately, backing presidents like  Tricky Dick, and what better way to reestablish his reputation than to go back to  the people. Selling cars on the lot.  When he saw the four of us pull up, he  rushed over whooping and yelling, unable  to contain his joy. He had just finished  , reading Hunter Thompson's Fear and  Loathing in Las Vegas, and apparently he  thought we were in search of America.  When I told him we were hunting big bucks  in The Promised Land, he knew for sure  we were in search of America.  Let me tell you. With all that silver hair  in the convertible, we looked like delegates  from the Almunium Foil convention. An  impressive sight!  Well friends, that's our story. The five  of us are renting an apartment in  Hollywood until we get our feet on the  ground, which is hard to do when your  head is in the clouds. All we need now is a  good domestic. As housewives go, Hex  Bumbard is bloody awful.  With the dishes stacking up, we placed  an emergency call to Ruth Starter  Stapleton, the famous evangelist, but she  turned us down. She doesn't do floors. She  was also busy with a Kentucky Fried  franchise. Selling chicken for God.  Like Bob Dylan ��� a recently acquired  sheep for the flock ��� sings: You gotta  serve somebody.  Why blame us when  you  do 8��mething wrong?  Why is it the press always gets blamed  for things it never does?  If a newspaper doesn't do any investigative reporting or ignores certain  stories becauso it believes them to be of a  sensitive nature, it gets blamed for being  "part of the establishment."  ~ "If It doeT'dlg"out stories which the  reporter believes the public has a right to  know he is accused of "rocking tho boat",  "harrassment," "shooting from the hip,"  "attacking" as well as several other unprintable names.  A recent example is the Socrcd's Dan,  Campbell's reaction to the Victoria  media's questions on the campaign slush  funds and dirty tricks - he literally threw  them out of his office paying lt was none of  their business.  Closer to home this paper and in particular this writer has been accused of  harrasslng the hospital administration  and tho hospital board,  We certainly didn't cause tho staff  morale problem nor did we create the lines  of communication ln the hospital which  have been criticized.  If these turn out to bo sorious problems  and we will have to wait until Dr. Ranta'a  -report on U��e��ujulryUfinfcfted to linden*  facta.  Nowhere have I called for anybody's  Carillon  With BUI Bell  resignation, because frankly I don't  believe I am capable of that judgment.  Throughout our coverage of the  hospital story we have been very careful to  report those problems which were brought  to our attention. We have also mnVlo attempts to clarify and get the opposing  views of those In charge,  Unfortunately on several occasions,  board members have refused to talk to us,  which admittedly leaves a story one-sided.  But when a person won't glvo you their  side of tho story how can these same  people blame the press for being onesided? -������������-'������  ' '������-*   Mistakes can be made, and I certainly  would not bold anything against the administrator or the hospital board If they  were found to have made some by tho  Certainly, from my understanding *(  the hospital, both the hospital administrator and board chairman Gordon  Hall havo done many good things for St.  Mary's. In Mr. Hall's case, his services  havo been on a volunteer basis.  However, tho important thing la  whether the board will learn from Its  mistakes (If they made any). The board  should also bo praised for calling the  enquiry In the first place.  It Is my understanding that Dr. Ranta  did an cxcollent job of Interviewing the  staff nt St. Mary's and getting all of tho  information.  Hopefully something good will come of  tills and then the board and administrator  can get down to running the hospital  without the allegations hanging over them.  As for the accusations that the Times  has harrassed certain members? Well if  trying to get to the bottom of serious  "imeptfi^^  tamwment-thenyeswe harrnsswl, but I ~  would like to call it responsible jour-i  nallsm,  Last year at about this time, I was  working for a Delta newspaper when we  received several complaints about the  police force there. Police brutality, administrative problems and several others  Including police coverup.  We held back on the story and as a  result the situation got worse and a  provincial government enquiry had to be  held.'Had we gone with the story, who  knows what would have happened, but I  suspect tho police officers who were Involved would have been disciplined and  the situation would not have continued,  But as it was, it did continue, the  morale of the Delta Police Is now at an all-  time low, some officers Including the  police chief havo been suspended and  criminal charges are also In the works.  Had we gone with the story, I'm sure  we would have been criticised for shooting  from tho hip. But not having gone with the  story -1 don't foe! very responsible.  ��� ��� '���* " *j ���#'"�����'  *" ������-"���**������ ������"---���-���--������������'  I'm the father of an eight pound-four ounce  baby girl named Justine Gabrielle. She  was born last Tuesday at St. Mary's and  once again I would like to say the nurses  ttiantratoDrr Wilton who aWt bat an eye  when I shouted ln the delivery room, "My  god - he's a girl,"  STRANDED  "If you were stranded on an island for  months and could only have five books to  read, which ones would you choose?"  Those of you who have playtd this  parlor game know how difficult it can be to  select a small number of favorite books.  Faced with a long stpetch of boredom and  privation, do you pick reading material  that is helpful, or entertaining, or inspiring, or familiar, or do you choose  books that serve only one purpose ��� to  make you forget, for a brief time, what a  miserable time you're having?  After careful delibertation, however,  you've made you choices and you're off to  play Robinson Crusoe.  Wait a minute, please. You will  probably get tired of the sound of your own  voice before long so we're allowing you to  pick 10 songs to lull you to sleep or  brighten your spirits. Yeah, you're right.  Being stranded on a desolate island isn't  as bad as it used to be.  Anyway, there are reams of sheet  music to choose from, if you're a singer,  and over here we have a great array of'  cassettes and stereo records. You've got  just 10 minutes to choose, so get right at it.  While our mythical island-bound friend  mulls over his selections, let me give you  my choices.  Some of the songs I'd like to hear on my  lonely island are hymns I've loved and  enjoyed for years. Others are tunes of  more recent vintage. The list I've made is  an arbitrary one, of course, and I'll  probably realize, after it's too late, that  I've somehow neglected to bring along my  all-tune favorite.  There's one consolation, though ��� with  no one to hear me but the gulls and the  crabs I can sing the missing songs as often  as I want.  Outward Bound by Nana Mouskouri  would be high on my list. It was appropriate that I first heard this song in a  house by the ocean, for it begins, "Outward bound, upon a ship that sails the  ocean.. .it has no crew but me and you."  Nana Mouskouri's clear, gentle voice is  shown to splendid advantage in this song. I  imagine myself listening to it as I scan the  vast ocean in hopes of spotting ship that  will rescue me.  Bridge Over Troubled Water by Simon  and Garfunkel, one of the top selling songs  of all time, would give me comfort' when  my mood was black and I'd also be  cheered by Beethoven's Pastoral Symphony.  , (1 X wpuld" probably, choose a few songs for.  sentimental' reasons,, such' as I Pity, the  Poor Immigrant, a Bob Dylan composition  sung by Judy Collins, and Follow Me by  John Denver. Hearing these songs might  trigger melancholy thoughts, because of  their associations with lost friends, but one  can't expect bliss all the time.  For inspiration, I'd.turn to The King of  Love My Shepherd Is, sung my a  magnificent choir, and The Heavens are  Telling The Glory of God, from Haydn's  Creation.  -Especially if my ordeal took place  around Christmas, I'd want to listen to O  Holy Night. She wouldn't be the singer on  the record but Ingrid Sawatsky's voice  would be the one I'd be hearing. I'd picture  her as she was when I first heard her sing  . that song, a little Grade 7 girl with bangs,  standing alone on the high school stage in  front of 500 students and teachers and  making the auditorium ring with her  marvelously expressive voice.  It seems that my list is almost complete. The last two choices are difficult. I'd  likely pick The Circle Game by joni  Mitchell for its simple but effective  description of mankind, "captive on a  carousel'of time", and then perhaps I'd  round out the list with a country tune,  maybe Dream On by the Oak Ridge Boys  or One of These Days by Emmy Lou  Harris.  Well, I'm all set. How about you?  Christian Science  "Glory to God in The Highest, and on  earth peace, good will toward men. And it  came to pass, as the angels were gone  away from them Into heaven, the  shepherds said one to another, Lets us now  go even unto Bethlehem - (Luke 2:14, 15)  ��� "-and, lo, the star, which they saw ln the  east, went before them, till lt came and  stood over whore the young child was."  (Matt 2, 9)  "The wakeful shepherd beholds tho  first faint morning beams, ere cometh tho  full radiance of a risen day, So shone the  pale star to the prophet shepherds; yet it  traversed the night, and came where, in  cradled obscurity, lay the Bethlehem  babe, tho human babe, the human herald  of Christ, Truth, who would make plain to  benighted understanding the way of  salvation through Christ Jesus, till across  a night of error should dawn the morning  beams and shine the guiding star of  being." (Science and Health with Key to  the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy,  Preface VH -10)  A  Got the blues?  Want to get away from  Tak_ a walk! m_ii_\  artmin,  twmarwrtmri  Walk A Nofk.'Ihdny.  \ The Peninsula Times  PageA-5  Letters to the EdiiQt  Henry's article gets  Editor, The Times:  Kelly Henry, a grade 11 honor student  as I have determined but personally  unknown to me, writes about Elphinstone  that she is glad she -is not attending a  German School.  Well, Kelly, I think I'm glad I'm not  living in Germany too. I appreciate your  article with its information and your  thoughts.  As I see it, German people have known  precious little freedom in this century.  There are strong revolutionary forces, eg:  the Bader-Meinhof organization, seeking  to overthrow what is probably a dictatorial  and unsatisfactory ruling order. I certainly pity the people of West Germany  because they have become accustomed to.  strong leadership and have had very little  opportunity to make individual choices  and decisions for themselves:  Some people would argue 'that people  are happier when they have lots of  "guidance"���in the form of regulations ���  because there is too much, stress and  uncertainty when people are encouraged  to make their own choices. Initially or at  some points this may be true but as far as I  am concerned, past and present history  proves that the" human animal is never  happy to be less than human and that  includes the opportunity to exercise our  own decision making abilities and to learn  by trial and error.  I am reminded of the sickeningly cruel  and stupid "experiment" at Pender  Harbour high school some years ago  where the children were allowed to do  their own thing for two weeks.  Comparing our schools with German  schools is useful.  Definitely we should be aware of the  oppression that German youth is experiencing. Nevertheless, it does not  follow that students at Elphinstone should  consider themselves blessed simply  because it is better than Germany. Two  wrongs do not make a right.  Elphie may be comparitively better,  but it is certainly not good enough.  It would be very easy for our schools to  drift off in the direction toward German  schools. Many people favor it. This year  there are signs that more stress is being  applied to the children.  Rules are being tightened in some,  areas and enforced more strictly: There is  a call for more school spirit. Ever more  subtle pressure to achieve ahd more  importance attached to it. The result of  response  this increased stress is that more students '-  are weakening under it and developing so- /  called "learning difficulties.'"' Children -.  who could see perfectly well last year, this,  year need glasses.  I would like to know the full extent of  the.rate of breakdown of student health in  the local schools.' For those of you who  indignantly insist that schools elsewhere  are far worse, I suggest that the determining factor is not the lineal amount of  injustice but the perceived difference  between the real not ideal.  There has been serious local criticism  from many sectors and I suspect that the  administrators have increased the  pressure on the teachers, any of whom  have passed it on down to the students,  which is unfair to say the least.  Perhaps it is time for me to seek public  office. There seems to be an unusual  amount of encouragement for me to do so.  I like kids very much and I know that  soup can be excellentfood for kids. Sechelt  School District Number 46 soup looks  pretty good on the surface to some people,  but I have a hunch it heeds stirring to see  whats on the bottom.  Arthur Shaw.  __ Roberts Creek.  When you gotta go - you gotta go  Editor  The Times;  Re: Chamber of Commerce ad to shop  Sechelt.  Should we give our local merchants a  chance? When they have no regard for the  shopping public from Port Mellon to Earl's  Cove and visitors when it comes to rest  Egmond's  "behaviour"  convinced him  Editor  The Times  I am writing to clarify some of the  statements in your article dated  December 5, headed "School Board Deals  Themselves Out of Joint Office Facility"  and to give my reasons for: voting against  Lot 2 in Sechelt.  First, in my opinion, the site is a steep,  gravelly sidehill leading down into,a  swamp, and is in an unused area of trie  Village. It has a north-westerly exposure  which would receive very little suhiight  with the only1 view being some bush and  the Sewage Treatment Plant.  Nevertheless, with the Village and the  Regional Board convinced that this was  the only site feasible for them and my own  preference for a joint facility, I was  reluctantly prepared to support this site if  in fact the Lawyer's opinion stated there  was no conflict of interest involved.  It was the lawyer's opinion and his  explanation of conflict of interest and Len  Van Egmond's behavior during the whole  procedure coupled with my opinion of the  site which convinced me to vote against  the proposal and hot any pressure from  Trustees Douglas and Rottluff who never  at any time tried to influence my decision.  Bruce Puchalski  School Board Trustee.  rooms even when there is a restaurant in  the building? It is the law to have them and  flushable. Should we have to run outside  the building or dash to our cars where we  could have a potty and get caught for indecent exposure when nature calls?  Has Mr. Dick Clayton of Sechelt Shop  Easy anything to say re - the new mall?  There may be a few undesirables unwelcome to use the merchants private rest  rooms, but why make it impossible for all  shoppers?  Mr. Clayton should take a minute from  his busy life to consult a doctor on the  results of - holding when nature calls, -  from my own experience it is a ruptured  bladder and bowel in either case. This  causes much discomfort and necessary  surgery.  I worked in a meat packing house  cooler for nine years with stupid laws  which didn't allow lady employees to leave  their jobs when nature called.  Recently I sold tickets for a charity in  the new mall in Sechelt where I was approached by many shoppers, ladies,,  gentlemen and mothers with small  children - enquiring "where are the  restrooms?" I informed ' them' "they  weren't completed," great astonishment,  Disenfranchised to injury  Editor  Peninsula Times  Through circumstances beyond my  control, I found myself in the Saanich  Peninsula Hospital with a slipped disc  during the recent Municipal elections,  and, as though this was not enough, I found  myself disenfranchised.  ��� When I inquired how I voted, I was  totally dismayed to be informed that there  was no provision made for people in  hospital to exercise their democratic  right. (I did not accept that, of course, so I  "borrowed" a wheel chair and "disappeared" for fifteen minutes!)  There must be thousands of people  "where can we go?"  I referred them to the owner of Shell  Service Station Mr. Stan Cotterell who was  kind enough to oblige everyone. Thanks  Stan.  Remember Mr. D. Clayton all volunteers selling tickets for hospital auxiliaries  and organizations give freely of their time  and money to help the needy in our  community and will be disappointed to  hear your remarks of "not allowing them  to sell their tickets in your mall," we are  not only sellers we are your customers  also.  The rest rooms are coming folks - the  jack hammers are still at work. Hang in  there.  Just a poor widow lady trying to help  others.  Gladdy Prost  Sechelt  p.s. Thanks a million for giving me  space in your enjoyable newspaper. Keep  up the good work in our community.  Ed. Note: The mall washrooms according to management are due to be  opened sometime this week. Washrooms  were cjosed .due, to construction.  ManagemeM, says., they,, regret , inconvenience.  ii  KENN O'COFFEE stands   Harbour Diesel which will    with   Joe   McKay   and-  Contracting    built    the  outside    of    the    new. be opening up this Friday.' George Hilchie. Girard   building,  premises    of     Pender   Ken is a co-owner along'  for  Flowers, Dried Arrangements  & Gifts, Birthdays, Anniversaries  & Funeral Tributes  Christmas is time for giving  Editor  The Times;,  As the spirit and joy of Christmas  surround us, I would like to express,  through your pages, the thanks of all of us  at CARE to thousands of British Columbians who supported the work of this  organization in 1979. CARE programs of  relief, self-help, community development  and medicine ln 36 developing countries  around the world would not exist but for  tho individual gifts of such men, women  and children.  Oih�� of CARE's programs; the World  Food Crusade, provided a daily meal for  more than 24 million children this year.  Other programs provided hundreds of  rural villages with their first ever pure  drinking wnter supplies, former groups  with new seeds and modern Implements,  und   medical   clinics   with   needed  medicines, more modern equipment, and  treatment and teaching assistance by  dedicated Canadian doctors and' nurses.  While the spirit of giving is on us at this  time of year, some of your readers, who  perhaps have never thought of it before,  will remember those in need throughout  the world. Especially this year, when  natural and rnan-induced catastrophes  have left literally millions of people  hungry and homeless, it's comforting to  know ��� CARE is there.  "Christmas Here - Cliristmas There.  Wc are Here - CARE is There" is our  message 'to British Columbians this  holiday season. We hope those of your  readers who are able to share with  someone "There", will know that CARE is  ready, willing and able to carry their  message of love.  Glen Ringdnl, CARF. 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'As one gentleman said to me, "They  don't deduct anything from my taxes while  I'm in here not using the roads or library  or other services provided by my  municipal taxes, yet they won't let me  vote!"  Section 54A of the Municipal Act states  that "A Council may, by by-law, provide  for the establishment of one or more  mobile polls for the purpose of attending at  such locations as may be specified in the  by-law." Clearly, therefore, there is no  legal obstacle to prevent voting at  hospitals. All it would take is the passage  of a by-law and I implore all Municipal  officials to make sure this is done.  There is not much point in the "powers  that be" crying about public apathy at  voting time when they are perhaps contributing to it by doing nothing to ensure  that all those who are entitled to vote have  the opportunity to do so.  Ruby may Par rott,  President,  B.C. School Trustees.  P.S. 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WINNER /y'yZ  .���  The winner of the Western Weight  Controllers patchwork quilt was Delia  Ibey of Francis Peninsula. Draw was on  December 1.  LEGION BR. 112 GENERAL MEETING  There will be a General Meeting and  Election of Officers at the Royal Canadian  Legion Br. 112 on Friday December 14,  1979 at 8 p.m. All members are requested  to attend this important meeting.  IN HOSPITAL  Myrtle Myers is in St. Marys Hospital  in room 105, and would appreciate any  friends dropping in to say "hello".  Hospitals do much good but can be very  lonely places too. George Strong is also in  St. Marys and possibly would like'friends  to stop and visit him too. v  NEW YEARS DANCE  There will be a New Years Dance at the  Royal Canadian Legion with all the  trimmings, music will be by Russ Clark,  who can play music you can dance to even  if you don't know how, as he is very  popular on the Peninsula. There will be  Buffet supper and hats and noise makers.  Tickets are on sale now, $25 per couple or  $15 single. These tickets are limited, so get  yours early.  ARTS & CRAFTS BAZAAR  An extremely successful Arts & Crafts  Bazaar took place on December 1, put on  by the P.H. Health Clinic Auxiliary Ay -  steady stream of people Visited thefciraffi  Fair from 11 to 3:30 p.m, examining' the  many Arts & Crafts exhibited by our -  talented local artists. A big thank you to  the many workers and a special thanks to  the Pender Harbour people who were so  generous    in    their    donations    of  homebaking.  MOVIES, MOVIES, MOVIES  The Movies are back in action at the  Royal Canadian Legion Br. 112 once again.  Movies for the week of December 12 to 19  are:  Wednesday December 12 ..;..  Fingers  Thursday December 13 .Ten Little Indians  Friday December 14 Meeting Nite, No  Movie  Saturday December 15 . .Dance, No Movie  Monday December 17       (    , ���  Tuesday December 18 ,.....; Roots  Wednesday December 19. .shown for three  nights  Don't forget the meat draw on Saturday  afternoons.  Darts on Thursday evening, 8 p.m.  Horsccollar on Tuesday evenings, 8  p.m.  Our regular order of Laura Secprd  chocolates and candles should be here any  day now. Enjoy them. MISS BEE'S,  SECHELT.  Valdy's coming-right to Roberts Creek  no less! He _bepteying-witha5-manband  (possibly "The Amazing Rhythm  Method") at the Community Hall  February 15 and 16. The Ways and'Means  Committee decided the occasion  warranted two dances, both Friday and  Saturday nights, to accommodate the  anticipated crowds.  Watch this column for more information and get your tickets as soon as  they go on sale-it's going to be a big one!  PIED PEAR  One of the Coast's favourite groups,  ���'The Pear of Pied Pumkin" will be  playing a Family Dance at the Roberts  Creek Hall this Friday, December 14, at  8:30 p.m. There's no booze, admission is $4  per person, children under 12 free. This  should be a really popular event so get  there early.  FLEA MARKET  Don't miss the Flea Market at the Hall  this Sunday, December 16, from 9 a.m. to 4  p.m. There'll be everything there, including wallhangings, paintings,  ceramics, antiques and collectibles, the  Kinsmen colouring books, home baking,  and a concession with hamburgers, tea  and coffee.  Admission is 25 cents and unlike other  garage sales, the doors will not be open to  the public until 9 a.m. so that everyone has  a chance at all the goods. If it's a success,  there may be one on a regular basis.  Tables are renting for $5 and $6. They  still need more vendors, so if you're interested phone 886-7800.  A MERE"32"  A more suspicious person would have  been tipped off by the crowded parking lot  outside, but Marlene Longman was  pleasantly surprised to find a crowd  awaiting her arrival at the Legion on her  birthday last Friday night.  Totally out of character, she was an  hour and a half late, due principally to the  efforts of her fellow diners who were  trying to push the dinner bill up closer to  their estimates. (If only I'd had that cafe  de maison I'd have won.) But it was  Nanette Eldred who was only $1.50 off and  won the $10 pool.  REC ROOM  Things are progressing nicely again on  the excavation under the Legion for the  new recreation room. Ron Oram's been  busy digging it out and they got some  concrete poured last week. Soon they'll  have pipes laid, wiring done, and the floor  .poured and then they can start on the  *' walls.    7 -    .    - *....     ; .^i��"-  At that point they could use some help  so if you're handy at that sort of thing  maybe you could lend a hand. If all goes  well, they should be finished by March,  culminating about 3 years of improvements to the Lejgion.   ;���;'.���  LEGION AUXILIARY  The Ladies held their election of of-  fleers last week. The new slate for 1980 is  Billie Rodgers, President; Christine  Anderson, Secretary; Ethel McKay, 1st  Vice.; and Annie Dempster/Treasurer.  Installation will be joint with the men on  January 19 at 8 p.m. in the clubrooms.  The ladies held their 2nd year birthday  party in the clubroom on Saturday,  December 1. A good time was had by all.  On Sunday, January 13, a dinner will be  served to the senior veterans in the  clubroom. A time has yet to be decided on.  The Legion will be holding its annual,  New Year's party. Tickets are $10-couple  and will be limited to about thirty couples.  December 15 Is your last chance to buy  a ticket on the Ladies' raffle. They'll draw  for the names about 9 p.m. Ladies, please  turn your books in.  NEW HORIZONS  The Roberts Creek New Horizons group  beat the rush with an early Christmas  party on Monday, December 3. Games,  entertainment, Christmas goodies, and  candles on the tables all added a festive air  to the social gathering.  They started out with a few rounds of  bingo. Then Madeleine Grose and  Margaret Jones gave a preview of their  famous comic-musical "Sisters" act  which they were scheduled to perform at  the Variety Show in Gibsons on Sunday  afternoon.  Following refreshments, Betty Merrick  presented a miniature floral painting by  local artist Kathleen Wells to former  convenor Bessie Rowberry, over from  Vancouver from the occasion.  Mrs. Milward's dance students performed several numbers and then the  whole group sang Christmas carols. Olive  Provencal guessed closest in the nut jar  contest and Mrs. Comeau won the tree-  name game.  Marian Cupit did a lovely job of  organizing the table decorations and  everyone enjoyed the day's activities.  For the information of those not aware  of the opportunities offered by New  Horizons, they meet every Monday afternoon, at 1:30 at the Roberts Creek  Community Hall. It's purely a social  gathering, with films, slides, games,  carpet bowling, bridge, bingo, cribbage,  whist, and refreshments. They even have  a team of 8 representing them at the  Golden Age Bowlers in Gibsons.  There's no age limit although most of  the 30-off members are 60 or over. It's a  good opportunity to meet your neighbours,  I STAND CORRECTED  Goats are goats to me but Janine informs me it was her female goat, not a  billy goat that created all the ruckus at the  School week before last.  ROAD REPORT  Tucker Forsythe of the local Highways  Department recently met with members  of the Regional Board to answer their  questions about local roads. Briefly, the  Department can only do as much in a year  as their budget permits and this year  that's a program to blacktop 25 miles in  the local area-apparently that's for the  whole of the Sunshine Coast as it includes  Powell River and area.  Forsythe said the Department has its  priorities, always trying to conform to the  Regional Board's priorities. Finishing the  shoulders on Beach Avenue is a top  priority. There is a possibility of a major  reconstruction of Henderson Road  sometime in the future. And with regard to  the widening of roads, as in the case of  Park Avenue, the policy will be to keep it  ..reasonable.;  ,  That's the report I got from Harry  Almond. If you want more information you  can phone him at 885-3484.  COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION  A reminder that there will not be  another Community Association meeting  until next year-January 16, 1980.  BOXING DAY  Harry Almond has informed me that  the idea of a Community open house at the  Hall on Boxing Day has been dropped  because of lack of response, to the  suggestion.  CHRISTMAS BREAK  Just when attendance at Thursday  night volleyball was picking tip, we have to  quit. Tomorrow's the last night until after  Christmas. We'll let you know when it will  start again in January.  BABYSITTERS  Finally some enterprising young souls  responded to the item about babysitters  and with a little recruiting and a lot of  phoning I managed to come up with a list  of about a dozen. Several I talked to were  already well-known and didn't need any  publicity but if there is anybody out there  looking for more jobs, phone me and I'll  add you to the list.  -May I suggest to parents-that you clip  out this list for future reference-my phone  is. busy enough these days. And please  don't bother Marlene at the store-Til put a  list on the bulletin board outside but it's  not meant for her to run an answering  service.  Babysitters: Ian Stevenson, UVz,  Gower Point and Swallow Road, 886-8046;  Cathy Hummell, 14, Gower and Pratt  Road, 886-7070; Dianne Parry, 15, Hall  Road, 885-9209; David Parry, 14, Hall  Road, 8853202; Debbie Gibb, 13, Lower  Road, 886-9605; Sean Eckford, 13, Hanbury  Road, 885t3469; Elizabeth Taylor, Gibsons,  885-3400 (days); Linda Almond, 13,  Maskell Road, 886-9450; Deanne Arnold,  14, Beach Avenue, 885-3804; Tammy  Cavalier, 12, Lower Road, 886-9005;  Michell Rogers, 13, Beach Avenue, 885-  '5534; Maria Shtenz, 12, Lockyer Road, 885-  9294.  Congratulations to  PENDER HARBOUR DIESEL  ON THEIR GRAND OPENING  FROM  GIRARD CONTRACTING  Box 123  883-9197  Garden Bay  thanks to sub trades  fl.C. Rentals (lumber materials) Ray's Trucking and Contracting  McCann Electric Ted's Blasting  Pender Harbour Plumbing and Heating Swanson's Concrete  Turenne  MtiiP!!fMW)^fifr&mti&^^ ;�������*>������-*.  Rod Webb Contracting  NOTICE  RE: SOLID FUEL BURNING APPLIANCES  TO PROPERTY OWNERS  AND DEALERS  Solid fuel burning appliances are very rapidly becoming more  popular as people beepme aware of the ever-increasing fuel costs.  Because this trend has been so fast, there has not been enough  information available for the individual who wants to install such  equipment in his home. Because of this trend, we, the Village of  Gibsons and the West Howe Sound Fire Protection District are very  concerned over the improper installation of some of this equipment.  Regulation in British Columbia require the property owner to obtain  a permit from the Fire Marshall or Local Assistant Fire Marshall  prior to installation of 'wood burning, gas or oil fired equipment,  chimneys, fireplaces, smoke pipes,1 or furnace chambers', on  completion of the installation of equipment an inspection is required  by the Local Assistant Fire Marshall or the Village of Gibsons  Building Inspector. If you have already installed such equipment  without a permit or are planning to install such equipment please  obtain a permit from the Village of Gibsons Office at 1490 South  Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C. There is no charge for the permit or  inspection.  Office hours ��� Monday to Wednesday - 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  Thursday to Friday-8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  I.R. JONES  Building Inspector  Village of Gibsons  HELP US STAMP OUT FIRES  RAY'S TRUCKING  & CONTRACTING  are pleased to announce  our new office in the  Pender Harbour Diesel Building  ��� UGHT CAT WORK ��� EXCAVATING  ��� FILL ��� GRAVEL ��� DRAINROCK  HOURS: 7 AM - 5 PM  6 DAYS A WEEK  AFTER 5 PM CALL 885-5260  ON YOUR GRAND OPENING  PENDER HARBOUR DIESEL  u>> \    4  ��r  ;,.   \  Wednesday, December 12, 1979  The Peninsula Times  Page A-7  Halfmoon Bay happenings  Southwood fire  By Ruth Forrester  885-2418:  The Halfmoon Bay Fire Dept. answered a call to a house fire at the home of  A. Janze at around 4 a.m. on Dec, 3rd. The  living room ahd the outside wall were  considerably damaged, but they did  manage to save the house, thanks to the  fact that the call was answered within  twelve minutes of it being received. This  itonif is mostly built of cedar and would .  certainly liave been a total loss without  prompt attention. The owner was injured  and was taken to hospital by qualified first  aid attendants from the fire dept.  According to fire chief Dave Reid, the  fire could have been detected immediately  had a smoke detector been installed. He  strongly recommends that every home  owner should consider this a priority.  '��� V The fire dept. had also answered a call  ^to a chimney fire two nights prior to the  'house fire. This was at a cottage on the  ^Cooper property adjacent to the lagoon.  t What would we do without our firemen!  COf particular importance is a request to  'the public from the fire chief. This is to the  .'effect that people refrain from using the  firehall telephone number except in the  !case of emergency. While they appreciate  ,the offers of help, it is really not  inecessary, as they do have their system of  .'calling for assistance. There is another  mumber for the firehall but I will not give  ;this as it may cause confusion. Suffice to  ��ay again that the emergency number is  strictly to be used for emergencies only.  REDROOFFS COLLISION:,  I   There was a two car collision at the  junction of Fawn and Redrooffs Road on  Dec. 1st. A station wagon and a truck were  involved  with some  damage  to  both  vehicles. That's a nasty corner, so watch  it.  A GOLDEN WEDDING:  Two well known Halfmoon Bay  residents are celebrating their fiftieth  wedding anniversary this week. Jack and  Queenie Burrows were married in Christ  Church Cathedral in Vancouver on Dec.  12,1929. They stayed in Vancouver until  1936 when they moved to Pender Harbour,  then to Halfmoon Bay. They have two sons  and one daughter. Until his retirement,  Jack was fishing and logging and had his  own log ��� salvage business. Our  congratulations to a very fine couple.  AUXILIARY     CHRISTMAS  CELEBRATION:  It was a great evening on Mon., Dec. 3rd  when the members and guests gathered at  the beautiful Dolmage home for Christmas  dinner and a social evening. Some sixty  people enjoyed a fabulous meal in this  delightful setting. Paul Hansen played  piano for a good old singsong. Retiring  president Geri Smith expressed thanks  and appreciation to Bill and Mary  Dolmage for their wonderful hospitality,  and introduced the new president for the  coming year, Mary Murray. The winners  of the raffle were - first prize, the handmade quilt, was won by Connie Hobbs,  second prize, grocery hamper went to  Peggy Gallo, and third prize of the hand  made rug went to Heather Brackett.  A reminder that the next meeting will  be on Mon., Jah 8 at Welcome Beach Hall -  new members f will be ^.welcome. This will .  be.the-hlgnt- fo*}the-ahnual dues of one  dollar per year membership.. ���  A BONNIE SIGHT:'       ,  The boat watchers of the area had a  special treat the other day when Canadian  . based destroyer number 264 sailed into the  bay. She was a beautiful, sight and did a  very smart turnabout.so, we,had a,view  from all angles. It was an interesting case  of - the new and the old, because immediately behind her came the oldest  wooden tugboat, still operating^ onxthe  coast. This was the Martin, a well known  old craft.  v  CARPET BOWLING:  This popular Welcome Beach activity  for Monday afternoons will be resuming  after the holidays on Jan. 8th at 1 p.m. A  good crowd have a lot of fun carpet  bowling, and there is lots of room for new  -people. You can be sure of a great  welcome if you decide to give it a try.  GUEST OF HONOUR:  A very hard working member of our  hospital auxiliary, Olive Comyn, was a  guest of honour at the Gift Shop lunch  which was held at the golf clubhouse on  Dec. 4th. This was in recognition of the  many knitting contributions that both  Olive and her sister have made over the  years to the gift shop. Olive must have  knitted hundreds of baby outfits, and these  are articles which sell very well. Good for  you Olive!  Gibsons glimpses  Bonspiel  by Marion Alsager, 886-2458  '��� The Gibsons Winter Club Mixed Bon-  ���speil took place last weekend with 80  flayers participating. The Perennial  jKenmac trophy going to the winners of the  j"A" event, Dan Reitle rink with Jan  ;Neubauer, Maureen Kinniburgh and  Laura Nestman, against Rus Hanchar  rink with Bernice Hanchar, Bob Grant and  Laura McAuley coming second^ These two  rinks had to play an extra end and the last  rock was the decisive one! A most exciting  finish!  The "B" event was won by the Ken  Johnson rink with Diane Johnson, Larry  Knowles'and Pam Knowles, and the  runners up were the Larry Boyd rink with  Yvonne Boyd, Bill Douglas and Nancy  Douglas.  The "C" event went to the John  Kavanagh rink with Chris Kavanagh,  Tony Tyler, and Jackie Tyler against the  Murray Crosby rink with Denise Kennett,  Peter Rigby and Goria Lindsey second.  Jt was a good bonspeil and everyone  played extremely well. Congratulations to  all the winners and many thinks to all who  helped during the speil.  LADIES AUXILIARY  President Tillie Knowles is pleased to  report that the Royal Canadian Legion  L,A. Xmas Bazaar was an unprecedented  success. Raffle winners were Jim  Knowles, who won the Indian sweater  which was knitted by L.A. member, Joan  Quarry. Tillie Knowles won the Knitting  Bag and she tells me that she will contribute the bag to the Auxiliary to be used  for a future raffle.  Verda Schneider won the Xmas Cactus  Weather  LO HI RN.  Decemberl y,4.5  6.0 1.90  December2 1.0  6.5 0.12  Decembers 3.0  8.5 1.91  December4 4.5 10.0 0.16  Decembers 4.5  7.0 0.86  Decemberfi , 0.0  9.0 trace  December7 .....4.5  7.0 0.68  Weeks rainfall, 5.63 cm.'December to  date, 5.63 cm. 1979 to date, 96.19cm.  December 1-7,1978,1.78 cm. December  December 1-7, 1978, 1.78 cm. Jan-Dec.  7,1970, 109.04 cm.  The first snow of the winter fell last  year December 0th and 9th.  door prize and Liz Hook won the table  centre door prize.  The Ladies Auxiliary held their elections on Wednesday and the slate of officers for 1980 are: President, Tillie  knowles; Vice-President, Joan Quarry;  Recording Secretary, Marion Alsager;  Corresponding Secretary, Valerie Parker;  Treasurer, Lera Cleland and Executive  members are Cathy Mandelkau, Lil  Skidmore, Joan Carnaby and Freda Scott.  ADULT DAY CARE  The Christmas Bazaar at The Centre,  in the Kin Hut, Gibsons held Thursday,  Dec. 6 was a great success. Louise Hume,  Director of The Adult Day Care Program  was very pleased with the response from  the public. Most of the articles for sale  were hand made by the people who attend  the Centre.  Winners of the raffles were Clare  Nygren who won the .Gingerbread House  made by Staff, member, Trudy. Bert  Welwood won the afghan and S. Nebacot  won the crotched pillow.  LUNCHEON  In appreciation of the time and effort on  behalf of the Community Services Society,  the staff took Frank West and Mrs. West to  lunch at the Parthanon restaurant. Frank  is retiring as Treasurer of the Society. He  has spent countless hours in this volunteer  capacity for the past 4 years.  RAFFLE  The Sunshine Coast Arts Council is  raffling hand woven cushions which can be  seen at the Gallery Shop, Gibsons. The  cushions were made by Mary Gregory,  Ke'rttu Viitanen, Pat Forst, Joy Graham  and Marlon Waldie. Tickets can be purchased at the Gallery Shop and at the Arts  Centre, Sechelt.  HOLLY TEAM  The Holly team and crafts sale at the  United Church Friday, Dec. 7 was very  successful and the display and sale of hand  made items went over very big.    '  ENTERTAINMENT  Margaret Jones tells me that they hope  to compile a Directory of Entertainment  for the Sunshine Coast so that anyone  needing entertainers at a function would  have easy access to names to call on, The  Scottish Dancers group havo room for  moro people to Join them. They meet ln the  United Church Hall every Tuesday from  1:30 to 4:00 p.m. Come and Join, It's fun  and very good exorcise.  PENDER HARBOUR DIESEL  ON YOUR  GRAND OPENING  DECEMBER14  We wish you continued success  In your new premises.  A.C. RENTALS and BUILDING SUPPLIES  H Corntrof Hwy. 101 and FroncUPenlniula ltd. Patndar Harbour      663-2360  ' ��aasssst_sa3a_s8_&a8__^  SCHOOL CffillSTMASCONCERT:  A "reminder that the children of Halfmoon Bay school are still busy practising  for their little concert for parents and for  everyone who would care to attend. This  will be on Thurs., Dec. .20 at 7 p.m. and it  would be nice to see a good attendance. It  will make: the wee ones feel that their hard  work is appreciated.  WELL DONE CARRIE:  Carrie Trousdell of Halfmoon Bay did  extremely well at the world championship  Quarter Horse Show at Oklahoma^ in  November. Carrie with her. horse  Wilhemina placed tenth in her class at the  competition. A great effort indeed.  ABOO-BOO:  In last weeks' column mention was  made of the fact that provision had been  made for the convenience of smokers who  will be attending the Christmas dinners at  Welcome Beach Hall on Dec. 14 and 15.  This should of course have been that  arrangements are being made for NON  smokers. I am sure that apologies are  extended from whoever is responsible for  the misprint.  HALFMOON BAY RECREATION  The Christmas party for the children of  the area twelve and under will be held at  the Welcome Beach Hall on' Sunday,  December 16 at 2 p.m.  This year Santa Claus needs help from  all the parents- by bringing a gift no more  than five dollar value for each child they  bring to.the party. The presents should be  well marked so Santa can read the tag and  .they may be dropped off at the B. & J.  Store in Halfmoon Bay lip to Friday,  December 14. Otherwise bring Sunday  afternoon, and Santa's helpers will be at  the door to take the packages.  Any questions call Peggy Connor at 885-  9347. The Recreation group will be happy  to see as many as possible attend. Past  years Santa has been helped by the group  but with so many new families the danger  of not contacting everyone leads to this  changei  <��) <��)��<��)  FROM: DECEMBER 15  TO: DECEMBER 29  STORE-WIDE PRE-INVENT0RY  SALE  25% OFF  ANY PURCHASE OF $5.00 OR OVER  MADEIRA PARK VARIETY STORE  AAADEIRA PARK 883-9115  V  GRAND OPENING  ���\-  NOON  'til?  OPEN HOUSE  DEC. 14th  NOON  'til?  Drop over and see the new building  and have some refreshments.  HOURS  Regular hours: 7 AM - 5 PM  i  Closed from: December 24 to January 2.  CORNER OF HWY 101 & GARDEN BAY ROAD  *."'������  ���>V��.'  _W__  J-     ��"���  .���...  ����w_ A   A   ���)  ���y0m  PageA-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, December 12, 1979  SUNCOAST CHRYSLER  GOING OUT 1 BUSINESS  unbelievable as it may seem  we are giving away  1 AAA ,ftres of8aso,me  FREEH  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 fabulous  5/80 WARRANTY      -jfo  on ^citf__iP  ANY* New  Chrysler Car, Truck, or  Recreational Vehicle. This  represents up to a  "tOw      value  CHRVSLER  PROTECTION PLAN  ��� This offer excludes  Omni & Horizon.  ��s*-  tfdi  m>  LOW, LOW INTEREST 0.A.C  WIN��WIN*WIN��WIN*WIN  <u  i'CY  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 ALSO COULD BE A LUCKY WINNER.  8_J_?��W!-*-  CONGRATULATIONSWDLEMOB��Ok\D  President of Pacific Coast Bulldozing Ltd a  Our 1st RENO TRIP WINNER  Ole receives Ms ticked from BUI Van Weston.   ,�� t&ssr,  FRHH!     il^iAi. ,  "take ii  li'sl ilrivf,  Tnkc liomen  full colour  ROU'HMt'NAU.Y  KOADATIAS  I .nulled Hinoonly.  Come and test drive  a new  -1080 or-Wfrtifr  You are the winner, when you shop Suncoast Chrysler.  *aA00U_  \&  tiimsiiH  Next to St. Mary's, Sechelt  DL -illNI  885-5111  Buy or  lease >-. > y  The PENiNSULA*yfo*ge&>  , Section B  Wednesday, December 12, 1979 Pages 1-8 ^  BUSINESS & INDUSTRY  '   "' " \ y  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 land international level as it affects our lives on the Sunshine Coast.  ,-.-."*".*.-.����������  mmm^mmi  mm���  this week's  Realty Feature  �� Mitten Realty Ltd.  885-3295  Van. Direct  681-7931  Box 979 Sechelt, B.C.VON 3A0  Next to the Gulf Station  Where Real Estate is serious���tot a pfoasnv  %,-r  \* '���  $&<>*>��<:  t������e  i& ���  :_____  ����af  ar     -���������  III M  "���"��'  ���i*  MCI  VgJ? ?2  �����or  : a  ���   t: a*  r   9  *./ -����.  k.'OI  5  >  m_U��m  �����  ����ar  ��   *�� ai    a��  X��i      - ��� "M" .���  BLIGH ROAD  SECHELT WEST  One of the finest controlled subdivisions  in West SecheK. 19 lots, sewer, water,  power, blacktop roads. Most lots treed,  with possible view.  Priced from $14,500 to $16,500.  FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL  EMILIE HENDERSON 885-5383  or RAY BERNIER 885-5225  %m  I RAY BERNIER  885-5225  CORRY ROSS  885-9250  RENE SUTHERLAND  885-9362  TERRY BRACKETT  885-9865  DAL CRAUER DON LOCK       EMILIE HENDERSON  885-3B08 885-3730 885-5383  SUZANNE DUNKERTON  8B5-3971  TERRI HANSON  886-8295  tiSS/SSi  ;���*'.  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Phone 681-7567. 2924-11  WOOD  you  call Tom  the  - Ripper? 2976-8  Card ofThanks  MANY THANKS from myself  . and family to all the staff,  nurses and especially Dr.  Rogers and Dr. Paetkau for  all their many kindnesses and  help during my husband's  long stay in St. Mary's  Hospital. It wasirery much  appreciated. Marie Firth.  ���: 2958-8  For Rent  FALL  CRAFT GLASSES  starting now at  IDR1FTW00D CRAFTSI  Sunnycrest Centre  Gibsons  * Stain Glass  * Flower /Waking  * Beading  * Christmas  Crafts  * Woodburning  Drop in and register  For information  886-2525  14" Round Cushion Forms $3  ea.  14" Square Cushion Forms $3  ea.  16" Square Cushion Forms  $3.50 ea.  W.W. UPHOLSTERY & BOAT  TOPS LTD.  GIBSONS 886-7310  2970-8  MERRY CHRISTMAS and  1 Happy New Years to all my  friends and former neighbors  of the last 44 years. Christina  Ritchey, Rm. 417, Bed 2, Lions  Gate Hospital. .2936-8  c  ALCOHOLICS   Anonymous  Meeting, every Thurs., 8:30  pm, Wilson Creek Community  Hall. 885-2896 or 885-3394.  4816-tf  ==_=___=__��  OUR FREE WEEKLY  DELIVERY  To pharmacare patients  with the boundaries of the  Village of Gibsons  Any p r e s c r i p t i o"n  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 will  start deliveries at 4:00 pm  Friday afternoon. For more  information call our  pharmacists, Jim or Haig  at  886-8158  MAXWELL'S  PHARAAACY  886-8158  Cedar Plata, Gibsons  35=  ft  For Quick Results  Use Timet Adbrlef11  ^V  Personal  FOR INFORMATION re Al-  Anon  call  Margaret  883-  9978, Rae 885-2464, Moira 885-  3394 or Yvonne 886-9037.2609-tf  DRESSMAKING  by  EXPERIENCED  SEAMSTRESS  CALL  886-7916  after 5 p.m.  Y&,t<  Use Timet Adbrlef* I  Obituaries  FOX, passed away December  8,1979. Emma Myrtle Fox,  late of Madeira Park, in her  96th year. Survived by 1 son  Alwyn and his wife Astrid, 3  granddaughters Arlene  James of Edmonton, Evelyn-  Rintala of South Wellington.  B.C. Gail Danielson of  Kamloops, 12 great grandchildren and 3 great great  grandchildren. Past matron  and life member of Maple  Leaf chapter No. 19 OES,  Vancouver., Funeral Service  Thursday, December 13 at 2  p.m. in Garden Chapel of  Oceanview Burial Park,  Burnaby. Reverend D.  Morgan officiating.  Cremation. Flowers  gratefully declined. Devlin  Funeral Home Directors. 2792-  8  FIRTH, Passed , away  December 6, 1979, Benjamin D. Firth, late of Sechelt  in his 70th year. Survived  by his loving wife Marie, 3 sons  Doug of Surrey, Allen of Ft.  McMurray, Alta., Stephen of  Mission. 10 grandchildren, 3  sisters, Doreen Pybus of  Vedder Crossing,' B.C. Eva  Hayward of Sechelt, Ethel  Evans of White Rock.  Memorial Service held  December 12, 2 p.m. at St..  Hilda's Anglican Church,  Sechelt. Rev. John Paetkau  officiating. Cremation.  Remembrance donations  appreciated to The Cancer  Society, c-o Mrs. K. Hatcher,  Madeira Park. Devlin  Funeral Home, Directors,  2944-8  McCONNELL, passed away  suddenly in Reno, Nevada,  on December 1, 1979. Eva  Alberta McConnell, late of  Sechelt in her 72nd. year.  Survived by her husband  George, 9 Sons; Jim, Jack,  Gary, Bob, Ted, Mick.Bill, Pat  ahd Tom; 4 daughters Arlene,  Marion, June arid Mavis, 33  grandchildren,' 13 great  grandchildren, 4 brothers Les,  Stan, Cecil and Brock, 2  sisters Alma and Irene.  Funeral Service was held  Friday, December 7 from the  Chapel of Devlin Funeral  Home, Gibsons. Internment  Mr. Elphinstone  Cemetery. 2945-8  For Quick Results  U��a> Times Adbrlef* I  Work Wanted  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES LTD.  Let us care for your tree  needs:  ��� Topping  ��� Falling  ��� Limbing  Insured work  "Our reputation  Speaks for itself"  Ph. 885-2109  3283-tf  THUNDER PAINTING  Interior & Exterior  professional work at  -  reasonable rates  Free Estimates  5 years on the coast  885-3301 & 886-7619  3861-tf  MAN with own power saw.  Falling, slashing, clearing,  big or small. Anywhere on  Pen. Ph. 885-5390.        2929-14  NURSE WILL provide personal and intermediate  care in her home from Jan. 1-  80. Ph. Sat. and Sun. 886-,  2479. 2954-10  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  3 lines for $1.90 prepaid  RUN YOUR AD 3 TIMES FOR THE PRICE OF 2  PRINT YOUR AD IN THE SQUARE. BE SURE TO LEAVE A BLANK SPACE  AFTER EACH WORD. THREE LINES IS $2.15. EACH ADDITIONAL LINE  IS 60c. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR SPECIAL SAVINGS.  * Run your ad twice ���the third time Is FREE.  * If you pay for your ad the Saturday before publication you get a  discount ��� 25c for one Insertion ��� 50c for three Insertions.  MAIL US YOUR AD, OR DROP OFF IS:  In SECHELT at The Peninsula Times Office  Suncoast Agencies, Sunnycrest Cuntre, Gibsons.  Help Wanted  COOK    REQUIRED,    experience necessary, wages  negotiable. Apply in person.  Lord Jim's Lodge.       2276-tf  RELIABLE     BABYSITTER  Your home or mine. Mon.-  Fri. 8:30-5:30. 885-9203 eves  only. 2807-3  PENCO MANUFACTURING  has openings for industrial  sewing machine operators  and head cutter. Experienced  need only apply. 886-8345.2822-  3-y.;."; ������ -y,...v:/'-:,:.,7���y  PRINTER -with offset or  Letter press experience.  Well equipped iridependant  shop. Phone 847-3220 See-More  Printing, Box 460, Smithers,  B.C. 2892-3  GOLFCLUB     "x\  MANAGER  Applications are invited for  position of club manager for  Sunshine Coast Golf and  Country Club. Duties commencing Feb. 1st, 1980 will  include supervision of the  course as well as  management of the pro shop,  kitchen and lounge. Man and  wife team preferred. Training  in course management is  essential and knowledge of  accounting is desirable. This  is a year round position with  holidays and accomodation to  be negotiated. Mail applications by December 31st,  stating training, experience  and salary expected to  George N.Leith  Secretary Manager,  .Box 1111,  Gibsons, B.C.  2881-3  DRAFTSMAN,  recognized  FOR RENT  STORE SPACE In Plaxa 101  ��� Corner of Hwy. 101 and  Francis Peninsula Rd.  883-2533  KINSMEN HALL  FOR RENT  Gibsons Area  Call ROY BENTLEY  886-9050  OWNER OPERATOR  required for franchise type  brake and Lub shop to be  constructed in Gibsons.  Owner will lease premises  especially built to business  needs. Contact Box 310P, this  paper for further info.   2962-8  MAKE MONEY in your spare  time. Learn income tax  preparation. \For free  brochure, no obligation, write  U & R Tax School, 1345  Pembina Highway, Winnipeg,  Manitoba. R3C1K2.      2966-8  Mobile Homes  2 BR 24 x 36. Appliances, rugs,  wood heat, outside shed, nr  water.  Asking $23,000.  885-  3947. 2560-54  OLDER 1 BR MH. 8' x 40* only  $2,500,883-2745. 2925-8  FOR  RENT:   Single   and  double wide trailer spaces.  Some view lots. 885-2671. 2653-  tf.  RENTING  One  Bedroom   Apartments  * Drapes * Balconies  * Intercom *.Cablevision  * Controlled Entrance"* View'  * Wall to wall carpet  * Colored Appliances  Rent from $220.  "References required"  CallDoua 885-2283  COAST  HOMES  HCMU ��� POWH1MVU  OUR NEW LINE  1$ ARRIVING SOON!  Come and talk to us about  mobile home.  Wharf Rd, Sechelt  COASi MOBILE  HOMES LTD.  885-9979  Cars and Trucks  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  i  i  l  I  l  l  PENDER HARBOUR: 3 bdr.  home  on   2%   acres   on  Garden Bay Rd. avail. Dec.  15th $250.885-5436. 2939-8  AVAIL. NOW 3BR mobile  home. Fridge, stove,  drapes, private, semi-wf lot. 6  mi. from Sechelt. Refs. $250.  885-9098 after 6 and weekends.  2974-9  WILSON CREEK, 3 BR, no  bsmt. house, elec. heat,  stove, fridge, ahd drapes. $325  mo. 112-245-7283. 2959-8  Wanted to Rent  SINGLE PERSON to rent  house or suite ASAP. Must  be within walking distance of  hospital. Guaranteed income.  Refe. avail. 885-5257 aft.  6. 28094  TWO BDR. house in the area  of Roberts Creek to West  Sechelt for Jan. 1. References  available 892-5404. 2853-3  1978 GMC 4x4 % ton, 350 auto,  low  mileage,   exc.   cond.  $8695. Ph. 885-3631 or 883-9066  leave message. 2505-tf  CASH for most cars. Dead or  alive. 886-2816.        2574-TF  COMPLETE JEEP CJ5 metal  hardtop and doors with  glass hinges for windshield to  install top. Jeep stnd. rims  $275 obo 883-9667. 2802-3  1966 VW Beetle, runs well.  Several new parts, $350.  883-2336. 2935-10  73 AUSTIN MINI. Good shape.  Extras. 886-2396.       2947-10  38     /Ft.       FURNISHED  housetrailer on trailer ct.  $3,000,886-7733. 28254  75 HOMCO 12 x 52 trailer,  stove, fridge, washer and  dryer, some furniture. Im-  mac. cond. $9,800 firm. 886-  7013. 29464  FORD 36^PASSENGER  school bus, converted motor  home, fully self-contained. 391  cu. in. engine, 4 spd with 2 spd.  axle. $15,500. Ph. 885-3631 or  883-9066 leave message. 2507-tf  Boats & Engines  16'9" STARFIRE Donzi, 442  Olds engine, new casale V-  drive, 65 mph and exc. cond.  $7500. Ph. 885-3631 or 883-9066  leave message. 2504-tfn  19' ALUM LS boat.. 170 hp  Volvo. All gear incl. 921-  8061. 28644  30' DEEP-VVic Goldrup  design, 427 cu. in. Crusader  engine, just rebuilt, 150 hours.  $22,500. Ph. 885-3631 or 883-  9066 leave message.      2509-tf  EXTRA HEAVY 14' Alum,  boat. Steering console;  small %" plexiglas windshield, single mere control  and new cables, new  mooching anchor and 300' line  and chain, oars and locks.  $750,883-9401. 2932-8  '78 (BOUGHT '79) 9.8 Mercury elec. start. Still under  warranty. Approx. 30 hrs.  Merc lock on system, new  grease gun and stock of lubes.  $850,883-9401. 2933-8  600 LB capacity boat trailer w  licence $250.883-9401.2934-8  REGISTERED   male   black  and silver Shepherd. Well-  marked- 4 mo. old $250. 886-  2481. ,  2907-4  Found  Kitten, about 2 mos. old, in  vicinity  of Dawson  and  Wharf St., on Dec. 4.885-  5757. 2928-8  FOUND   IN   green   Ford  pickup. Coffee thermos and  3 mugs. 885-5252. 2956-8  73  GMC 4 whl. idr. % T.  Custom Camper. Special.,  Plus canopy. $2,900. 886-2396.  2948-10  77    GMC    Suburban.    9  passenger  folding  seats.  Low mi. Many extras. $6,900.  886-9650, 2949-10  I  Real Estate  EXCEPTIONALLY fine view  lot  in  West  Sechelt.  On  sewer. Ph. 885-9796.    4724-tfri  '68 MUSTANG 302  Offers 885-5493.  Fastback.  2955-10  Graduate of  vocational  drafting course with specialty  in Sawmills. Related work  experience in the forest  products industry or with  consulting firm will be an  asset. Salary based on experience. Send resume to: Bill  Kazakoff, Box 758, Grand  Forks, B.C. VOH 1H0.    2921-9  MATURE PERSON to look  after 2 boys. Reply ln  writing to Sherry Hamilton,  R.R. 2, Marino Rd., Gibsons.  Pis. incl. list of refs.     2937-10  RELIABLE   Baby   Sitter  wanted    for    Weekday  evenings. Wilson Creek-Davis  Bay area. 8854782 aft. 6.29514  For Rent  FOR LEASE  2000 sq. ft. commercial  space on Highway in Davis  Bay. For more information  call  A. RINK  885-5778  OWNER WILL trade equity in  Edmonton residential  property for Sunshine Coast  property or well-equipped  pleasure craft. 886-9714. 28274  ���  INVESTMENT property -  House, three cottages, Vi  acre corner lot. On highway in  Courtenay. $79,000.  Negotiable payment and  Interest. Peter Reamer, 685-  Cllffe Avenue, Courtenay,  B.C. VON 2J6  Bus. Opportunity  YOUR OWN business - full or  part time. Assemble and  sell Houseboats. Your area.  Investment $1,500 to $5,000 -  stock and lease. Call 576-9550  or write Poor-Will Boats, 10025  Fraser Highway, Surrey, B.C.  V3S5M1. 29174  DUPLEX 2 BR. w-w, F and S,  vlow, centrally located. Ph.  886-2940. 2899-4  2BR mobile homo.  Resort, Garden  883-2321.  Brlghtflide  Bay. $175.  28654  2,000 SQ. FT. upper floor office. Rent os Is at $450 per  mo. or we will renovate to  suit. Heat & parking Included.  8854224 for appt. to view. 1503-  tfn   ���_.  RENT  FOR  RENT  Wilson   Creek  CVMninuiiIrr Hall and Acotrt  Hall.CalUlfig Rohhwoo at  3691-tf  885-9024.  HALL  FOR  Creek.  9286  rent.   Roberta  8854237 or 885-  2592*tf  ROBLIN, MANITOBA - Ford  dealership 6,700 square  foot building, equipment:  Fulcon Manufacturing ana  Glass, Woodworking,  building, equipment, stock;  Photo Studio, living quarters;  Farm Land, 797 acres,  buildings. Roblln Realty.  Phono (204) 937-4473.     29204  IAUNDROMAT,  DRYCLEANER8 In  Cloverdnle, Surrev. Long  lease, low rent. $26,000. Easy  terms I Terrific potential  family operation. Roy Flnlny,  253-5241, Advance Estates,  2471 East Hastings St.,  Vancouver, B.C. V5K  1Y8. 29234  OWNER-OPERATOR  amission and tune-up  specialty Ihop being built In  Gibsons area. Exc. lease  avail, on modern new  structure. Write Box 310P this  paper for further Info.   29614  PENINSULA  KENNELS  All Breeds  PROFESSIONAL  Whwm  886-7713  Gibsons B.C.  GARDEN BAY  MARINE  SERVICES  883-2722  * SUNLINER BOATS  .* MERCURY;  OUTBOARDS  * MERCRUISER  .*VOLVO PENtA  * CHRYSLER  t*g5AL��S & SERVICE  MARINE WAYS S  AND J  I  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  FRESH AND frozen geo-  ducks and other seafoods.  Contact Atlantic Seafoods,  926-2402 or 438-2954.   7   28664  LOGS 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.  112435-  5606, eves, or weekends. 28104  ANYONE wishing to sell HO  Railroad    equipment,  please call Bill at 885-  5111. 2973-10  WHY NOT give those CP  travel coupons to someone  who can use them before Dec.  30? Send to Boyling, Roberts  Creek. 29304  WANTOLDER style fridge, in  gd.   cond.   with   gd.-size  freezer. 8854436. 2940-10  CORD OF WOOD  needed  immediately. Call 8854782  aft.6. 29524  BOAT TRAILER to handle  2500 lb. 885-2317.        2957-10  DEVELOPMENT    land  wanted.   Not  residential,  ALR or recreational. Small or  large. Any location. Contact  Birch Hill Development Ltd.,  : _bxn,!209riRevelstoke,   B.C.  *'VO_ 2SO. Phone 8374261; MISTS'-" "���"���"-'7 ������������-: ���'������:���; .:  ACCESSORIES  '68   DODGE   LONG   van.  Reliable   transportation.  Good cond. $700.8864257.2818-  3  '7134 T Ford XLT and 11 ft.  camper. All good cond.  $3,500 firm. 886-2775 or 886-  8101. 28264  1978 FORD Supercab Ranger  XLT, 4x4, camper special,  400, 4 spd. plus 1976 HVz'  Vanguard camper, self-  contained, complete unit  $16,500 or sell separate, truck  $12,500; camper $5800. Ph. 885-  3631 or 883-9066 leave  message. 2506-tf  64 GMC TRUCK % ton. Gd.  running cond. $550 obo. 885-  2657. 28824  78 TOYOTA SR5 Pickup with  all options, A-l cond. 885-  5062 aft. 3. 28704  70 NOVA 6 cyl. Ideal winter  car. 6 new tires, 2 snows  $750,886-7275. 28714  ars and Trucks  \m FT. I960 Holiday Rambler trailer, exc. cond.  p00. Ph. 8854631 or 8834066  leave message. 2508-tf  SUNCOAST  CLEANING LTD.  Motorcycles  '79 BMW R 1000 RT 6500 KM  Immac. Cond. Full acces.  $7,500.    885-9270.-3  72 HONDA 750. 20,000. new  , battery, 2 new TT lOO's on  Mag whls. 4 into 1 headers,  low bars $1000. 72 Norton 750  Combat, new reblt. motor 7500  mi. on bike. Exc. shape. $1400.  885-2140. 28794  75 YAMAHA DT 100 Enduro  $470,885-9795. 29034  Equipment  1969 BRENTWOOD Tri-axle  short log trailer. Complete  with truck rigging. $4,500.  Phone 992-7335 or 992-7533,  Quesnel, B.C. 29224  Livestock  HORSESHOEING. Call Bob  Hopkins eves. 886-9470. 3300-  tfn  For Sale  LADIES, MENS Childrens,  Maternity Clothing, 'New &  Nearly New'. Encore  Boutique, 2445 Marine Dr., W.  .Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon-Sat,  104, 1414 Lonsdale, N. Van.,  9804011. 4457-tf  14" Round Cushion Forms $3  ea.  14" Square Cushion Forms $3  ea.  16" Square Cushion Forms  $3.50 ea.  W.W. UPHOLSTERY & BOAT  TOPS LTD.  GIBSONS  886-7310  29694  2 TOGGENBURG  $100,885-2140.  goats for  28774  U.a��TlmanAdbrl��f��l  SUNSHINE  CONSTRUCTION  * Alterations  * Framing  * Finishing  * Concrete Forms  885-3428 or  885-3444  Halfmoon Bay  MAINLAND  MOTOR  PRODUCTS  We buy -  We sell  & trade  good used  cars & trucks.  DROP IN AND SEE OUR  GOOD SELECTION  HWY 101 & SHAW ROAD, GIBSONS  ..j'l4 For Sale  BUY, LEASE OR RENT  Record-a-Cal  Answering Device  -   J&.C ELECTRONICS  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt  ~   885-2568  1828-tfn  SMALL  APPLIANCES  All types  City Prices  or Better  MACLEODS, SECHELT  .- 2953-tf  DOUBLE HORSE trailer,  ���, Border King, ramp. Exc.  cond. $1900 obo. Franklin FP.  As new $125 obo. 8854086.2808-  3  "PORTABLE  SAWMILL SERVICE"!  CUSTOM  CUTTING  886-2463  Early AM or (ate PM  QUEEN SIZE bed, mattress,  base and stand $75.3-racing  cars and track, incl. over arid  under passes $35.8854252 2813-  3  STIHL 051 CHAINSAW 33"  bar, brand new. 8 hours  running, $525.885-9046 after  6. 28164  LG.   THERMOSTATICALLY  controlled wood heater. 1 yr.  old. $250.8854436. 28014  CAPTITAL GEAR, 2HD-EC  8900 3-1 reduction rebuilt  $2600.00 incl. adapter plates.  Phone 886-9856.    <       28044  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. 27284  TV'S, STEREO  SETS AND  COMPONENTS.  Christmas stock now in.  MACLEOD'S, Sechelt.  2751-tfn  SPINNER WASHER,  EXCELLENT     CONDITION.  $50,885-2140. ,28784  MASSEY FERGUSON tractor  35 dual range. Good running  cond. with new tires. 885-9795  aft6.^ <���   >r-29024  7 PCE. CHROME, arborite  and leatherette dinette set  with bar room divider. (Can  be seen in Sechelt) $300 obo.  8834295. 29054  TOY SELECTION  IS THE GREATEST  PRICES ARE  LOWEST AT  MACLEODS, SECHELT  28844  SINGER SEWING machine,  with cabinet. Like new $150.  2 Gerbils, 1 Hamster with  cages   $20   ea.   885-3864-4  FRESH WHOLE oysters daily  at Sechelt Marine Supply.  For advance orders call 885-  5118 or 885-9824. 28694  PORTABLE SAW mill built  on* trailer. John Deere  Loader with trailer. All exc.  cond. 8854669 weekends,. 112-  8564543 weeks. 28744  Legal Notices  APPLICATIONFORA  PERMIT UNDER THE  POLLUTION CONTROL ACT  (Emissions), ,  This application is to tie  filed with,the Director of  Pollution Control, 15326 - 103A  Avenue, Surrey, British  Columbia, V3R 7A2. Any  person who qualifies as an  objector under section 13 of  the Pollution Control Act may.  within 30 days of the date or  application, or within 30 days  o! the date of publication in  The British Columbia Gazette  or in a newspaper, or where  service is required, within 30  days of serving a copy of the  application, file with the  Director at the above address  an objection'in writing to the  granting of a permit, stating  the manner in which he is  affected.  Preamble ��� The purpose of  this application is obtain  approval for the burning of  residential refuse from the  British Colubia Forest  Products Ltd. Guest Lodge in  Vancouver Bay, Jervis Inlet.  A refuse dump was planned  but because of road access  problems in this uninhabited  remote area, the incineration  aspect was the next best  alternative.  1. I-We, British Columbia  Forest Products, limited of  1050 West Pender Street,  Vancouver, British Columbia  V6E 2X3, hereby apply to the  Director  for   a   permit   to  .discharge or emit contaminants) into the air from  the Plibrico Incinerator of the  Guest Lodge located at  Vancouver Bay, Jervis Inlet  and give notice of my application to all persons affected.  2. The land upon which the  works are located District Lot  2229, Land District 37, Group  1, New Westminster Land  District.  3. The discharge or emission  shall be located on Lot 2229  located between the Guest  Lodge and the Vancouver Bay  mainline.  4. The rate of discharge is  (dry basis):  (a) Maximum 295 cfm at 15.5  degrees C; Duration 3 hrs.-  day; Frequency 3 times per  week.  (b) Average daily based on  normal operating period)  The operating period during  which contaminants will be  discharged is Primarily year  round except winter months  when frequency and volumes  would be reduced.  5. The characteristics of the  contaminant (s) to be  discharged are as follows:  Particulate 5.5 mg.-mol.  6. The type of treatment to be  applied to the contaminent(s)  4s as fpllows( Forced��ir4raft  equipped w-dieseL oil: burner  fuel injection for start-up and  material of high moisture  content. .  This  application,  dated  on  November 2,1979, was posted  on the ground in accordance  with  the  Pollution  Control  Regulations.  Area Forester, Maple Ridge,  James Brian Zak, R.PiF.  29164  For Sale  SELKIRK CHIMNEYS  \     ��� at '��� ���  MACLEODS, SECHELT  plus  COZY COMFORT  HEATER SPECIAL  $499.00  till Jan. 1st.  2950-tf  8 TRACK FM Tape deck plus  22 rock tapes and case $100.  190 Dynastar 5730 Downhill  Skis with Marker M4 bindings.  1 season $125. Good buys. 885-  3702. 29714  PENDER HARBOUR  REALTY LTD.  Highway 101  at Francis Peninsula Rd.  883-2794  WATERFRONT: A magnificent and unusual IS acres with torn*  700' of waterfront In the Im of Harness Island. Haslam Creek  rum through the middle of this fine property and there'i a  driveway In from Highway 101. A big plus on this one It a 4 acre  oyster leaso, Make an offer to the $163,000 asking price (29%  down), It's a good buy at any price,  WATERFRONT: Ponder Harbour area... 9 adjacent 4 acre  parcel* each with approx 150' of deep protected moorage.  Fairly high bank but quite workable and well worth the asking  price of $50,000 each,  GARDEN BAY ��� 2 large view lots $ 14,000 each,  GARDEN DAY ������������ Fairly now 2 bodroom home $35,000.  EXCELLENT BUY ��� 1000 iq. ft. 2 bedroom, full batemant, beside  public wharl, good garden, tea view. Just $50,000 F.P.  WATERFRONT Two sldo by aide waterfront lot*, Each ���lightly  ovor t acre, Doth havo ��afe moorage, power and wnlor, Priced  at $50,000 and $36,000 respectively,  BARGAIN BAY ��� Deluxe waterfront condominium* ��� 3 beautiful  unit*. Unit 1 hat approx, 1,460 sq, ft, of living area; other approx. 1,200 iq. ft. (presently rented) Theie two gorgeoiu vlow"  unit* oHorod at $75,000 and $60,000 reipectlvely,  GARDEN BAY WATERFRONT Older 2 bodroom homo on  beautiful level lot, 250' ol boach, oxrollont dock, doop and tofe  moorage, P,P, $| 10,000,  MADEIRA PARK ~ Excellent 3 bedroom homo with full  ba��emont, Juit 3 year* old, Roughed-ln, Rec Room ond plumbing  downstolrs, Matter bedroom en-iulfo, Woll to wall throughout  Has oxlitlng low Interest mortgage, Don't miss thli ot $57,300  F.P.  L  JOHN BREEN  8 8" 3-9 97 8  MIKE ROSSE  883-9378  JOCK HERMON  883-2745  Wednesday, December 12,1$79  The Peninsula Times  Pagefc-3  BOX 100  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  883-2233  REALTY  LTD.  TOLL FREE FROM  VANCOUVER:  689-7623  Member of Multiple Listing Service  I  HOMES  __M_F* iWlSmmmm  H_M^||_______I  HwHrEF^s3_^_^_E__  &Eli__H_i__BHIlNI_H  n iv-������*������ jHr+r-T  MADEIRA PARK ��� 1280 sq H home on  Wesjac Road. 3 BR (one unfinished),  Citation kitchen, fireplace. Treed lot  garden-Close to marina. $48,500.  .jfcagM��ffyvi>?.M�� ���!  ��f<Ki%��� ^^St-bLjtat* fl:<2Mffl_frJt]lf ^  ��ii___fF9'  BB-l  Ip. 4iwMH|  iii_^__B  W*s* iJt________mi_  YimKmW^Sm  GARDEN .BAY ��� 3 BR view home on  Claydon Rd.  Full  basement,  separate  garage! Close to marina. $87,500  SINCLAIR BAY ROAD��� 3 BR view I  1656 sq. ft., built 1974. Dble. carport,  storage room, heated 34'x20' 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, 3!4  acre lot on HWy 101. Reduced  to $33,000.  I^-Ss**^  FRANCIS PENINSULA 3 bdrm split level,  fireplace, sundeck & carport. Located on  Rondeview Road $60,000.  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.  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 ore installed.  *Modern 3 bedroom ranch style home.  ���Large shop building,with concrete foundation.  ���Short walking dis.tflnce to.sriopping centre, post off ice and marinas.  >       FULL PRICE $187,500 v  "\  1. MEADOWBROOK RANCH ��� Garden  Bay Rood 22 �� acres with nice 2 BR  home. 5 stall born riding ring, machinery  shed, year round stream, fruit trees. All  in pasture and fenced. $125,000,  2. FRANCIS PENSINSULA ��� 1.8  jfcacres. corner of Warnock and Francis  Peninsula Roads, $17,500,  '3. OLE'S COVE ��� 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.  5. Near MADEIRA PARK ��� 15 acres,  2150�� ft on Hwy 101, $44,000.  6. GARDEN BAY LAKE ��� 2 semi-  lakefront acreages with nice view over  lake and southerly exposure.  3.92�� acres $20,000  3.79��. acres $17,000  7. WARNOCK ROAD -- level lot. almost  one acre. Good soil, selectively cleared.  $24,1)00.  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  waferfront. Site has been prepared for  possible use as a- large WF trailer-  camperpark.and iishjng resprt. Tliis is  an .excellent! property adjoining 7t|m  Egmont Marino. $180,000 ^���Owner will  finance at bank interest rate.  ST. VINCENT BAY ��� 400_ ft waterfront,  5.97 acres, water access. $29,500.  EGMONT ��� 2:27 acre's with,387=b ft low  bank waterfront. Good driveway to-  waterfront. Launching ramp, site has  been prepared for possible use as W/F  trai|er:camper park & fishing resort. An  excellent property. Full price $95,000.  I  ISLANDS  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 Porpoise Drive. $8,000.  4. BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� 1.5 acres,  treed, serviced. $25,000.  5,, MOBILE HOME LOTS . 3 lots left, On  Cochrane Road, Francis Peninsula.  Water, some serviced with hydro.  $11,500-$! 3,250.  6. GARDEN BAY AREA ��� view lots, on  Garden Bay estates & Sinclair Rd,  $13,300-$21,250.  7, EARL COVE - Semi watorfront lot  with boautlful view of Jervls Inlot,  $10,000.  AGAMMEMNON BAY I 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.    .  Jj^&��<mto3l. Jf-  HIGGINS ISLAND ������ 26 �� acre treed  island with sheltered moorage, Located  In False Bay, Lasquoti Island. $185,000,  LAKEFRONT PROPERTIES  JE>  SAKINAW LAKE��� 4�� acres with 165��  ft, lakefront. Road access, westerly  exposure. $35,000.  MADEIRA PARK 2.71 ocros on Lagoon  Road with 2001 fl, frontage on I'oq  (Lilllos) Lake. Partially dovolopod 9 lot  subdivision,  Prlcod  to soil al  $50,000,  SAKINAW LAKE -������ 2.6�� acros with  132J; ft, of lakefront, Rood access,  westerly exposure, $36,900,  HOTft. LAKC  ��� <*;'- R~  j   SOLD  /  AGAMMEMNON CHANNEL - ,40��  acros with l,600;fc ft watorfront, Good  moorage In small bay with beach,  Wostorly   nxpnsuro,   rraok.    $160,000.  GERALD ISLAND - 28�� aero Island  with sandy beaches. Located just off  Vancouver Island botwoon Nanoose  Harbour and Northwest Bay. $185,000,  ' 7 ������'  ���v.-y  .��$*  'n*"<r.r.-Ji-  .-���'I  I  COMMERCIAL PROPER  _  MADURA PARK ��� 1,000��� ��q. ft. bldg.  with room for expansion. Clothing  business with good potential, $61,000,  Or business only . $0,000 plus stack. .  AAmmAm0mm0mAmAAmmmimiAmmmm0mAiAmAAmmmAmmmmmm  ���������    fl: -.-;:        -���     .{'  ��� \ \  tv?)-: ' /   \        Ny >���''���/'    * ,.i>yS  PENDER LAKES PROPERTIES   '���    ������'������"��-    ���      ���       - ��� ���        '        ' ,;       ���   ���'   ' ' ,....���  ' '"'      '   ' ��    V  Choice lots still available In this desirable location.  Most have view & sunny southerly exposure.  One lakefront lot still available.  ; ��� Paved road, water & hydro. M.L.S.  Y   , Priced from $10,000 to $37,500.  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'     !���   .   ��� i , ������*.-.\.._y_k--*'*f>   '     L-.so^P ��    h   ..'���"      ���,.'"-'   v �����' i-"-   )r-- .w "������/-���"��� '   ��..4���* ���  ,:"   S       "Q" I S' �� i "J     i ��� ��� ��� -   ���  41 | i       -       .       (       \0   a^a*\4\       ,      �� ( *��*���**       �� , ,*����������       I" . mam**     m\      ' ' j%  # # m  ,   a * m m t%      | i  M t 0 0  PSNDCic    HAffaoM^  DAN WILEY, Res. 8839149  0LLI or JEAN SLADEY. 883-2233 \   I  iuv rcuumuia. limes  rage jb��*  For Sale  NEW INDIAN sweater size 32  .    $65,885-9347.      . ,     2975-9  CHRISTMAS GIFTS! No  Waste: One- yard patterns  for pinafore for quilted tote.  Easy directions ' and  diagrams. $1.00 each. Both for  $1.50. Patterama, Box 2034,  Princeton, B.C. VOX  1WO.   , 2919-8  $75 WORTH C.P. Air Travel  vouchers, for half value.  Good to Dec. 31. Ph. 885-  :2606.   ���   , '   2926-8  STOVE,       Fridge       and  c-livsterfield. 886-9067. 2927-8  ncuiiesuay, uecember JUJ, 1879,  For Sale  BLACK   naugahyde .seat,  armless 57" long, curved  fluted  back,  excellent condition. $50.885-9049.       2941-8  FRANKLIN type FP, 1 length  -   pipe, 2 elbows, 20 x 19, legs,  draw screen, separate grate.  Never used* 885-2791 after.  3. 2942-8  GARAGE SALE. Twin beds,  dressers, chesterfld, chair,  fridge, 24" range, washer,  dryer, lawnmoweiv seagull,,  can sealer, dishes. Much  more. Dec. 15.10 a.m. - 2 p.m.  Redrooffs Rd. at Evans. '885-  2432. 2943-8  I Formerly Charles English Insurance Agencies]  GENERAL INSURANCE  Residential  Mobile Homes  ��� Commercial  ���Travel & Medical  ARNE T. PETTERSEN  NOTARY PUBLIC  ��� Conveyancing * Wills  ARNE T. PETTERSEN  r1 f  ��� EILLEEN KINNE  ��� CHARLES ENGLISH  S__i SwtwMwt Agettciw Hd.  Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons  886-1212  YOUR PEN. TIME AD. DROP-OFF CENTRE IN GIBSONS  For Sale  GREENHOUSE   Fibreglass,  deluxe industrial grade.  ftanels 48" wide and all  engths up to 24 feet. 96, per  cent <?lear7 with 20 > year  warranty, NUFABr 530-6201,  22470 Fraser Highway,  Langley,B.C.V3A4P6. 2964-8  TENDER SALE - Highest or  lowest bid not necessarily  accepted. 1942 American  LaFrance Pumper. 750 pump  water/ tank, Jhoses, ladders,  miscellaneous equipment.  Village of Nakusp Box 280,  Nakusp, B.C. VOG1R0, before  December 31,1979.        2967-9  STEAMBOAT MOUNTAIN  lodge, Mile 357, Alaska  Highway Cafe, living quarters, 4 pump, 40' x 50' garage,  lodging, camping, much  more, beautiful location. Good  income $85,000. Phone 774-  6011. 2968-8  14V    COLOR   TV    Sharp  Linytron. Won in contest.  $350 obo. 885-2749. 29094  For Sale  (jIM&lM i  886-8010  SANTA -"GLAUS' outfit  Retfc  corduroy, beard, etc. 885-'  3730.        7 29384  SWAP      "OR SELL!  Professional movie,;  camera. This Bolex H16,  Reflex camera with Switar.  lenses and ace. takes pictures  (quote by camera appraiser)  comparable jn quality to a  $10,000 camera. Appraised  market value $1,200, will  accept $800 cash; 4* x 8' pool  table; elec. organ; marine  equip or? 883-9401.       "2931-8  14" round and square cushion  forms $3 ea. 16" square  cushion forms $3.50 ea. W-W  upholstery and Boat Tops  Ltd., Gibsons,886-7310.  2960-8  BUILD NOW! Approximately Housing Society and for.  half price! 400,000 square nearly ten years as Secretary?  feet beautiful industrial Treasurer for the Sechelt Fire  fibreglass panels. Tough, protection District. He was a  durable, yet light weight.  Ideal for roofing, siding,  walls, ceiling, house additions, patio covers, farm  buildings, greenhouses!  Prices start at 30 cents square  foot. For industry - indestructible (almost)  hygienic wall liner for meat  and food production, milking  parlours, animal housing,  truck and trailer lining, cold  storage. Phone today for best  selection. NUFAB Building  Centre, 5304201,22470 Fraser  Highway, Langley, B.C. V3A  4P6. 2963-8  Benjamin Firth passes away  Benjamin D. Firth, thir-.  rt^en year resident of Sechelt,  passed away Thursday,  December 6/1979, after a  lengthy series of illnesses.  v' Ben, with his wife Marie,  left Langley, B.C., in 1966  after some thirty years, to  come to Sechelt and build a  home and settle into semi-  retirement. During his time in  Sechelt, he worked part time  for a number of firms as a  bookkeeper, which was his  lifelong field of work.  Ben served for over six  years as Treasurer for the  Sechelt    Senior    Citizens  member of the Royal  Canadian Legion, Senior  Citizens Association of B.C.,  The Sunshine Coast Senior  Citizens Housing Society. He  was also Past Master of  Eureka Lodge No. 103, AF _  AM, Langley and a member of  Langley Chapter No. 50, OES.  Ben is survived by his wife,  Marie and three sons,  Douglas, of Surrey, Allen of  Fort McMurray, Alta., and  Stephen, of Mission, three  sisters, Eva Hayward of  Sechelt, Doreen Pybus of  Vedder Crossing and Ethel  Evans of White Rock and ten  grandchildren. He will" be  sadly missed by his family  and friends.  Rev. Paetkau will conduct  a Memorial service in St.  Hilda's Anglican Church,  , Wednesday, December 12, at 2  p.m. The family asks that in  lieu of flowers, donations be  Coast Festival planned  Planning for the Seventh  annual Sunshine Coast  Festival is now complete with  the mailing of syllabuses to  teachers, and adjudicators*  The festival will be held in  April next year, a week after  the schools'spring break. But  deadline for entries is  February 15th to give the  committee time to schedule  the sessions.  Syllabuses for the schools  will be distributed the last  week of November, and it is  hoped the interest evident last  year will continue for this  festival: Others who wish to  have syllabuses may request  them from the secretary,  Evelyn Cooper box 49, Gibsons. Telephone 886-9344.  School bands and choirs  will perform non-  competitively in the festival.  In the dance categories,  schools will be in separate  classifications from the pupils  of teachers of dance.  The festival committee for  1980 is chairman, George  Cooper; secretary, Evelyn  Cooper; treasurer, Stuart  Mitton; recording secretary,  Bunny Shupe; syllabus and  program, Mae Freer, Aletta  Gilker, Jean Milward, Bill  Rayment, Kay Hatcher.  Please be reminded once  again that the entry deadline  is February 15th.  made to the Canadian Cancer  Society -through Mrs. K.  Hatcher, Box 1, RR No. 1,  Madeira Park^ B.C.,' VON  2HO, phone 883-2604.  "ESTATE SALE"- 14x60 HIGHWOOD C/W Deluxe 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.  FRESH TRADE ��� 12x68 COLWOOD, 2'x4' construction, wood  siding, 5' patio door, fridge, stove, carpets S drapes. A deluxe  home. $17,800. Del. 8 set up. Tax included.  IMMEDIATE POSSESSION  12- x 48' - 2 bedroom Moduline Home. Fridge, stove, carpets,  drapes and a combination washer and dryer incl. Set up iri  Sundance Court. $8,900.00 F.P.  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  iderson  WILSON CREEK ��� BROWNING ROAt)  $62,500. ��� Spacious 3 bedroom home  across from beach access. This 1344 sq. ft.  full basement home . is located on large  wooded lot in quiet neighbourhood. Sundeck looks south to possible future view.  Two bathrooms plus rough-in in basement.  Electric hot water heat as back up for Fisher  stove. Call Bob to view.  REALTY LTD.  Jack Anderson       885-2053  Vadim Kobasew      885-3156  Gordon Hall 885-9986  684-8016  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  SARGEANT  WATERFRONT PROPERTY: 1,232 sq.ft. home ,  on one level. CArport Ond a 500 sq. ft.  sundeck. 1.02 acres of land with approximately 86' of waterfront on Sergeant's  Bay. The lot Is all landscaped with 2 outbuildings, municipal water plus a well for,  garden sprinkling year round. Lot Is all  usable. FP $89,900. To view call Stan.  WILSON CREEK ��� View home. Large; 1700  sq. ft. home. 3 bedrooms, 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.  Stan Anderson  885-2385  SECHELT ��� $3,500 down payment - Sea  View ��� 3 bedroom. Two full bathrooms plus  extra in full basement. View from sundeck.  Landscaped lot, close to waterfront and  marina boat launch. 12 per cent mortgage.  Call Jack 885-2053.  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY $124,000  Sechelt Village. Fully rented, mostly on  lease. Shows good return on Investment,  Opportunity to invest in this growing  community. Details to bonaflde purchaser.  Doug.  ��� ,C^a ^ppipKi,.  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 subdiv.  potential. Zoned R2. FP: $154,000. Call  .lock, :  SECHELT - SANDY HOOK $135,000  Waterfront ��� moor your sailboat at this  dock. Large cedar home with super sauna,  decks everywhere. Privacy and expansive  view. Phone Bob for a viewing. This is a  unique home.  THE ENERGY EFFICIENT HOME ��� SECHELT ��� Now, 1120 square foot home, slturated on a  large comer 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 burlng 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 savo you money I F.P. $64,900. For more Information call  Vadim,  YOUR OWN PARK ��� SEA VIEW ��� YR. RND.  CREEK ���WEST SECHELT ��� 1,196 sq, fl. on  huge treed ravine property, 2 bedrooms,  |acuzxl, marble tub and vanity, dblo sinks  plus ensuite off master bedroom, Family  room, 800 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, cement drive, Landscaped,  loads of trees and shrubs. Close to public  beach access. FP: $79,500, Call Stan.  CREEKSIDEHOME $68,500  On 6/10 acre with parklike setting,  towering trees & spacious, easy to maintain  level lawns. One year new expansive home  has two large bedrooms. Separate entrance  hall leads to a large living room with  fireplace that Invites gracious entertaining.  A 23x28' attached garage could be converted to an extra bedroom & family room.  An added plus is a 440' workshop with 3 pea  plumbing. Close to best sandy beach in  area.  ACREAGE  VILLAGE ACREAGE: 2,11  acres cleared and ready for a home.  Powor and wolor closo by, Quite secluded. FP: $19,900, Call Stan,  WEST SECHELT ~. 3 acres In West Sechelt. Potential subdivision,  treed property with tome view. F.P. $45,000,  LOTS  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS    . $10,000, Extra largo building lot In area ol  new homos. All services Including pavod roads, Call Doug,  PRICE REDUCED $33,000 . , . WATERFRONT 111 Between Powell  River and Lund, 15,5 acres, 390' watorfront. Cabin, 2 wells on  proporty. Cloarod building site, Subdivldable Into 2 parcels. Further  subdivision possible. FP: $117,000. Owner anxious to sell, offers  wolcomo. Call Vadim.  VIEW ACREAGE ��� 5 acres In West Sechelt, Some view of fhe ocean.  Nicely treed. Good access, No logable timbers. F.P, $25,900,  WATERFRONT  IF you want a quiet waterfront retreat  IF you don't have lime to build a new, solid house  IF your boat Is 40 feet it will fit the boathouse  IF you arrive by plane there is a 44 foot float  |F you are content with 7 1 /2 acres, mostly forest  IF you want to Invest $75,000 ��� CALL DON I  GIBSONS: The ultimate In waterfront ��� Immaculate 2 BR home with  basement. Large vessel moorage right In front of the property, Your  own dock, total protection from all seas. Excellent commercial  potential, The lot alone Is worth the price. $105,000. Call Bob for  appointment to view.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS ��� Inlet view lot 50 x 120 x 90'. Close to marina,  Asking $13,300. Call Don,  LOTS  A FINE ACREAGE; $35,230 full price��� Sechelt Village, Just under 5  acres wllh an attracHvm view and lot* of garden soil. Treed property  with a developed well and good road access, Partly cleared, Call  Stan,  WEST SECHELT: FARMLAND  Opportunity to start a small form or nursery on 21 + acres. Tblatand  has road, power, water and privacy. One ol a kind, walling lor your  plans. F.P, $80,000, To view call Bob,  SANDY HOOK: Spectacular view Lot In quiet residential qroo. 55 x  163' zoned Rll. Mobile homes permitted, Asking $10,500,  GIBSONS: 110,900 lull price ���Small 3 room cabin on large Sea  View lot, landscaped, fruit trees, sewer and wafer. Close !p boaf  launch and beach, Ideal location for boat owner who does not own a  car,  PEBBLE CRESCENT LOT: Save some tree A have a garden on this  level lot, Easy walking distance to all shops. Price now only  $13,500, Call Don.  SECLUDED WATERFRONT ACREAOE ��� Do you want a quiet  waterfront retreat with no roads or cars? We have a few parcels of'  evergreen forest, 5 to 10 acres each, Minimum of 250 feet of  waterfront and streom thru most lots, located 22 miles of Sechelt by  wator or air only, Fly In with Tyee Airways ltd, Irom Vancouver or  Sechelt, or use your own boat, Call Don,  ROftlRT&CREEK , . tlo.OOOW,  Country lots      2 to choose from, These lots are 1/2 acre or over,  close to sch6ol, store, golf course and beach access, Call Bob.  BUSINESS BLOCK  GIBSONS IAUNDROMAT; $13,000 F,P, Steady year round trade,  This price Includes all equipment In excellent condition. 12  washers, 7 dryers. Renewable lease (_) $350 per month. Ideal for  semlretlred couple. Call Jock 8B5-3211, 883-2053 evenings,  REDROOFFS ROAD ��� $23,000 -- Only one loft I Large treed 1.18  aero lot on Rodrooffs Road, Partial view and beach access across  road. Public boat launch only blocks away. Call Bob lor Information.  SECHELT VILLAOE  Only ovallable duplex lot In Village of Socholt, Cleared ond on  sewer. Build now or hold lor potential service Industrial use.  $20,000. Coll Bob.  SELMA PARK      )976 3BR 12'x 60 mobile home. In new condition.  It Is set up on a rental space now but could be moved to your lot,  J19V.^),.��tl*,.9nd.9Hlf��*.Al1kArjB-IlAjQfla. , ...~ _  -MfcOUiA-iWIiSI,��� -��-���.-._, ���. ���....-. - ��� ��� - ~  lor.B��.]��y#l .treed lot on qulot stre al. data to Post Office, Uove your,  car al home and wolk to all shops. Full price $14,300. Call Don.  ISLAND VIEW PARK ��� View lot In exclusive area of West Sechelt,  Over 1/3 acre, fully serviced, private leHlna. Nice view lots are  becoming scarce, don't miss out on thli beautyl FP $23,900. Call  Vadim.    DAVIS BAY; $19,900 full price. 90' frontage on paved dead end  street. Underground telephone ft cablevision. Large view ��� a one  of a kind, See Doug.  WATERFRONT WEST SECHELT lovol  W/F property with older well maintained  homo, 2 bedrooms, largo den, 2 bathrooms,  basement, electric heat, Large lot 68' x  2BI'. Excellent view of Trail Islands. FP:  $89,900, Oilers welcome. Coll Vodlm,  WATERFRONT       OIBSONS  Treed building lot on "The Blufl", Excellent view. Area ol prostlge  homes, Pebble beach. $39,900. Call Vodlrn.  CHASTER ROAD; $9,900 ��� Oood, level lot 67' x 123', close to school  ond all local services, on paved rood, Call Don,  REDROOFF ROAD WATERFRONT $140,000  properties on Redrooffs M. R2jF lonlng ollows subdivision In 1/2  wepweels, Them H oroodrtflht toWBttf nvhlttt twi 610' frOMOOf,  Area is 5.1 acres. This could also moke a great estate property or  group purchase. Investigate the potential with Bob.  mmmmmmmmm -K  By MARIE TRAINOR  Forty-nine members of the  Gibsons Hospital Auxiliary  enjoyed a delicious Christmas  luncheon meeting , at the  Gibsons Winter/Club" on  Wednesday, December 5. The  ladies of the Curling Club did  an excellent job of catering for  this event. Clem Cruickshank  played Santa and distributed a  gift to each member.  A raffle' of a crocheted  centre-piece, kindly, donated  by Mrs. Anne Fitchett, was  conducted for members  present. The tickets were  displayed in the form of tiny  red stars oh a miniature  Christmas tree. The lucky  winner was Marge Langdale.  Following the luncheon,  President Joan Rigby, conducted a brief business  meeting. Monica Hautala, Coordinator for the Junior  Volunteers, reported that  there are now seven young  girls in this organization, who  play a very active role ahd put  in many hours of Volunteer  work at the hospital. Monica  stated that she is very proud  of these young ladies and is  very encouraged with their  enthusiasm and is, of course,  always looking for . new  members. If any of my  readers know of any young  people who would be Interested in this type of endeavour, please contact Mrs.  Hsutala (Phone No. 886-7861)  Helen Weinhandl in her  report on the Thrift Shop  stated that 10 volunteers  worked 75% hours during the  month of November. She also  reported on the catering of a  wedding on November 10th at  the OAP Hall, in which she  was the Conyenor assisted by  other numbers of the  Auxiliary Edna Bowden and  Grace Jamieson volunteered  to help other auxiliary  members with the Christmas  party for patients in the  Extended Care Unit on  December 16th. While  President Joan Rigby and Ida  Leslie will donate their time  on Tuesday, December 11th to  help with the   Christmas  decorating of the hospital.  Ida Leslie, Chairman of the  nominating committee, read  the slate of officers for the  ensuing year. Installation of  these officers will take place  at our next meeting in  January 1980.  ���Don't forget you still have  an opportunity to contribute to  the Gibsons Hospital  Auxiliary Christmas Card  Fund. Drop in to any of the  three banks and deposit your  money in lieu of sending local  greeting cards. Deadline date  is December' 14th. We Sin-  ��� cerely appreciate the courtesy  of The Royal Bank of Canada, <  The Imperial Bank of Commerce and' the Bank of  Montreal for handling these  accounts for us.  Since my tenure of office is  drawing to a close and this  will be your writer's last  column, I would like to take  this opportunity to sincerely  thank the three newspapers ���  The. Coast News, The Press  and The Peninsula Times for  their courtesy. and - promptness in publishing the articles  concerning the* Gibsons  Auxiliary. You have been  most co-operative and I ,  sincerely appreciate it.  Commencing the first of the  new year my successor, will be  Mrs. Elizabeth Johnstone.  Good luck Elizabeth.  Last but by no means least,  on behalf of all our members,  I would also like to thank the  public for their generous  support in our fund raising  endeavours during the past  year and to wish you one and  all a very happy Festive  Season. ' -, 'i  The next meeting will be  held on Wednesday, January  9th, .1980,, in the Calvary  Baptist Church Hall. \  COME STAY WITH US  at ENGLISH BAY near STANLEY PARK  in beautijvl downtown VANCOUVER  TOLL-FREE   800-268-8993  1755   DAVIE STREET   VANCOUVER   B.C.  V6G 1W5  TELEPHONE (604) 682-1831     , ,  HALE  OPTICAL  Serving the  Sunshine  Coast  with the finest in eyewear'  9-5 Mon. thru Fri.  7030 Albernl St.  (ftext to Overwaitea)  Powell River B.C.  PHONE: 485-2668  AND LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD.  RJL 2-Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  Gibsons Realty is pleased to announce that Gary Puckett has  joined our staff as a salesman and consultant. Mr. Puckett brings  to us a broad background of Real Estate knowledge including  considerable experience in Management and development of  shopping centres, commercial and industrial property. Moving  to North Vancouver from Alberta in 1971, he was associated  with a well known West Vancouver Realtor before ta&ng over  the position of Real Estate and Franchise Manager, for  Western Canada, for the Nations largest restaurant chain.  Boating brought him to Gibsons several times and early this  year he moved his wife and family to the Gibsons area. After  commuting Tor the past 6 months, he decided to concentrate his  efforts here at home and now welcomes the opportunity to  assist anyone in their real estate needs. Whether buying or  selling your home or planning any investment or development  property, give him a call. You'll be glad you did. Business 886-  2277, Residence 886-9508.  Rfl_ 11911"*'"^"*^^'  TRAIL & COWRIE ST.  SECHELT,     -  VON 3A0  885-2235  TOLL FREE  689-5838  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE  MARBLE ROAD #187  Beautiful Wilson Creek. Brand new 3  bedroom home with fabulous view that  goes, forever. 3/4 basement, sundeck,  carport, Asking price $49,900. Eva Carsky  886-7126.  CENTRAL ACTIVITY  LOCALE #280  Facing Hackett Park, easy distance to  schools, shops, hospital and in fact, all  things Sechelt, About 3 years young. 1200  sq. ft, living space up, same down, Accommodates self contained 1 bedroom  batchelor or in-law suite. Electric heat,  Fireplaces both levels. You'll really bo  handy) Reduced to $67,500. "Tiny Bob1'  Kent 885-9461.  RURAL BUT NOT REMOTE 11278  Quality three bodroom homo located In  West Sechelt, Quiet area but only minutes  from the villago of Sechelt. Lots of space In  this well planned home. Large kitchen with  eating area and formal dining room. Full  basement ready for development with an  extra bath, Corner lot and attached carport  ail lor just $67,500. Larry or Ruth Moore  885-9213.  SELMA PARK #264  FULL PRICE $13,500, Attractive 2 bedroom  bungalow, panelled living room, dining  room and kitchen. Full cement foundation.  Forced air elec. heat, sundeck. Very clean  and livable, on Lease Land. Ed Baker 885-  2641.  SELMA PARK VIEW #262  Clean 2 bedroom home In Selma Park,  excellently landscaped, carport plus  storage shed. Beautiful view of Trail Bay.  Lease lot presently paying $600 per annum,  Asking price $15,900. George Longman  885-3400.  SPECTACULAR VIEW #301  Home at spectacularly low price. 2 bedroom  charmer, view ol Trail Islands and Trail Bay.  Only 1 block to excellent'swimming beach.  Cozy well maintained home Is priced to sell  fast at $26,000. NOT LEASED. Rita Per-  cheson 885-5706.  147'   WATERFRONT   ON   ESPLANADE   AT  GOWER POINT  2 lots, one with older type cottage. Ideal for  a summer home or could be used while  building a new homo on second lot.  Fabulous 180 degree CLEAR VIEW OF THE  GULF. Both properties reasonably priced at  $1)7,000 or can be purchasod separately.  For appointment to view phono Ken Walk  885-2235 or 886-7223 eves.  LOTS AND ACREAGE  SOLVE YOUR LOT PROBLEM ��177/#17B  There are 8 lovely lots In West Socholt  located albng Derby Road and Nor-Wost Bay  Road. The yarlety Is from practically cleared  to being in their natural state. Most of those  lots should have a View* Remember what  hoppenodlnWest Vancouver? The lots vory  in shape and slxe. The prices vary from  $10,700 lo $16,500. Larry Roardon 005-  3924,  WESCANRD. #21-249  Large lot, 91 x 340 with plenty ol  evergreens for seclusion. Ideal for summer  .retreat. Summer cottages on either side, Try  $9,500, Assessed at $11,500, Ed Baker 085-  2641.  VIEW LOT #239  Cleared lot on Gower Point Rood, with  water, hydro and phone ot road, Try 20 per  cent down, vendor will carry balance. Full  price $15,000. Eva Carsky 8B6-7126,  BY A WATERFALL I ��300  Lower Roberts Creek acreage, Romantic  curving ontry drive tc nearly B acres ol  heavily trood land. Complete wjlh bubbling  creek and waterfall. Nicely cloarod area*  ��� with 2 bedroom mobile home and handy |8'  x 20' hoated and wired garagoworkshop,  Zoned for 1/2 acre lots, Sub-division  possibilities $B9,50O. Lynn Wilson 885-5655  or George Longman 885-3400.  VIEW LOT #20a  Drlvewoy roughed In to this boauliful vlow  proporty, Your choice of building sites, Build  on terraced grade or on*level below. One  block to beach and boat launch. Area ol  bolter homos, $14,500, Rita Porchoson 085-  5706,  SUPERB LOT ~ SUPERB  VIEW Hm  This well located lot has great view and  only    a    block    from    Ihe    beach,    and  good boat ramp. The lot is sewered and  priced at only $16,000. Larry or Ruth Moore.  805-9213.  "ACRES GARDEN BAY ROAD  A real hodge against Inflation and a great  place for future retirement. Foncod and  cross fenced, modern cozy two bodroom  homo, Well built 5 stall barn, two creeps  thru property. Lots of quiet country solitude.  Prlco $129,500 wllh terms availablo, Phono  K, Wolls 885-2235 or ovos, 886-7223,  GIBSONS POOL DRAWINO  CARD #4003  Same general area as pool but In Regional  District. Over 500 It, on Mahan Road by 181  ft, depth. Open lo zoning changes, more?  "Tiny Bob" Kent 885-9461,  SOUTHERN SLOPE #287  Orient your home to this sunny solar site,  area growing rapidly, Not many vacant lots  left lo choose, 148 It. paved road, Lights,  cable T.V., phone, "City" water. Couple  blocks to Grades I to 3 school or to easy  ocean access of end of road, Full price  $17,500 to build your dreams upon "Tiny  Bob" Kent 885-9461,  WE'RE THE NEIGHBOilW0<r^^  CHUCK     DOWMAN   .��.. SALES. MNO. GEORGE LONGMAN  EVA CARSKY R# B> ..T|Ny B0B��� KENT  ED BAKER  LARRY,MOORE RUTH MOORE  LARRY REARDON jtmc _li_l_m_.  ^s#j!Mt^s*!.jfti.^^j^u^,fc!��j**.*-*v.i.��-w.��.,,.-i^i���i-Ti,i  ��� <-"WM%" waNmVmwrmmrQiwwmm  ��.i.sn'i<.n%ltii|ii .-flR^IJIf'aSr.^*"' "Fl��� W*W<; -i --���  i.-r- ���������'.-.<-.���:-".���:.������ .(..-  ��� FREE CATALOGUE ON REQUEST  RITA PERCHESON  MRTWAIKSR  ,     Wednesday, December 12,1979 The Peninsula Times.        PageB-5  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������niiiiiu  ���.    SUNNYCREST      ^^ ^\ VANCOUVER  ��� SHOPPING        I H ^-   J���^��   ���  centre      I    IBSQNS TYEALTY       T0LL|rREE  886-2277 vJandunodb^     ltd    682-1513  ��� ^ ~ R.R. 2-Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0 <\  *         *- CONVEYANCING ��� REAL, ESTATE CONSULTING ��� APPRAISALS ���NOTARY PUBLIC  _jr,!_��r/l  HOMES  PARK RD: Three bedroom home on 5, acres  in' Gibsons. A good holding property'.  $74,900. ;  LEEK. RD: New home oh'view land of approximately 5 acres. Oak parquet floors,  throughout. Open beam type construction  with large bedroom and sitting room up-'  stairs. 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.  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.  CHADWICK RD ��� Langdale. View! View!  and More View! Keats Island. The Gap and  Georgia Strait. Three bedroom, full  basement home now, under, construction.  .Large sundeck, fireplace, designed to  compliment th�� 90 x 130 view lot. Covered  by the Government New Home Warranty  Plan. $62,900.  JOHNSON RD i- Langdale. Needs 6  bedrooms or a complete in-law suite? This  custom built home features 3 fireplaces,  large rec room in basement along with,  games room, 2 1/2 baths. Basement suite  could rent for $300 per month. New  assumable mortgage. Try your offer.  $103,000.  MARINEDRIVE ��� VIEW: $3,000.00 plus B.C.  2nd mortgage will buy you this completely  remodelled^ home with fantastic harbour  .view. Three bedrooms. New plumbing and  electricaj throughout. New carpets and lino.  A great buy. $41,500. -  CHASTER ROAD ��� Now here's living in  style! 1500 square feet full basement home  , with many many extras. Three bedrooms  upstpirs. Huge master bedroom has full  ensuite including bidet. Sliding glass doors  open onto'the southern exposure sundeck.  Extra large kitchen has built-in dishwasher.  Downstairs has a finished rec room .and  finished two piece bathroom plus lots of  room left tp your imagination and handy  work. Fully enclosed garage. Lot is 150 x  160 with home situated to allow subdivision of the lot. Assume existing 10 1/4  mortgage and live happily ever after.  $79,900.  WHITAKER RD ��� Custom built ocean view  home in the most beautiful area of the  Sunshine Coast. One block to sandy beach,  Davis Bay dock, store, church, day care  centre and school. Three bedrooms upstairs  with ensuite off master. Expensive cedar  finish in dininng room and livingroom.  Fireplace. Completely finished basement  with livingroom, bedroom, kitchen and 4  piece bathroom. Single car garage, cement  drive and front nicely landscaped. $64,500.  1065 FRANKLIN RD 7��� GIBSONS: Immaculate cozy two bedroom home. Covered  sundeck. Nicely landscaped grounds. Close  to beach access. Great retirement or starter  home on level lot. $41,000.  1258 HEADLANDS ��� GIBSONS: Very nice  little two bedroom home with an excellent  Lower Gibsons Village location. View of  Gibsons Harbour. Has new outside paint  and roof. A perfect starter home. $34,900.  TRICKLEBROOK DR ��� Large new home on  view lot. Quality built three bedroom home  in quiet residential area'. This home has  large livingroom, fireplace, double carport,  full basement. The perfect family home.  $62,900.  CHAMBERLIN ROAD ��� GIBSONS: Very  attractive panabode on 3 1/2 acres. Hou.se  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,'?00. -  M1272 HEADLANDS* RD ��� Completely  remodelled little home, with a nice view of  Gibsons Harbour. This two bedroom home  is on a sloping lot at the base of the 'Bluff  with a lane at the rear. Terms below bank  rate can be arranged. $39,900.  LOWER ROAD ��� ROBERTS CREEK: Two  bedroom home close, to Roberts Creek  store. An older home with privacy and  charm.'Lots of potential for this great little  place. $39,500.  CEMETERY RD ��� 2 1/2 acre hobby farm with view of Georgia Strait less than one mile to schools and  shopping with lots of country charm. Nearly 1200 square feet log home with shake roof. Three  bedrooms, 1 1/2 bathrooms. Floor to ceiling cut rock fireplace in livingroom. Built-in dishwasher,  oven and range in Harge kitchen an ideal family home. On the terraced hillside ore 4 corrals, large  pasture area, riding ring plus 30 x 50 solid,2 x 4 barn with 6 self-watering tie stalls, 4 - 10' x 10' box  stalls and 10' x 10' tack room. Many extras. $69,900.   COMMERCIAL - INVESTMENT - REVENUE  HWY. 101 GIBSONS: Fully rented nine>unit  apartment block with over $18,000 yearly  revenue. Very neat and clean building in  prime location close to schools and  shopping. Excellent rental history. Nearly  1 "1 acre of property wrth paved parking lot.  This high cash flow building produces  excellent investment value. Contact Jon  McRoe, 885-3670 for details. $149,000.  ROSAMUND RD: Two duplexes of approximately 1000 square feet each. Two  suites currently rented at approximately  SI 50 each. Potential for higher rent. Larqe.  lots. Ideal investment priced to sell. Make  an offer. $34,900 EACH.  WYNGART RD: Ideal investment. Large  duplex in village, excellent condition. Good  rents, large rooms, full basements in each:  Added features for your -tenants include  sundecks combined with breathtaking view,  large lot with private backyard, landscaped  with large cedars. Quiet area quiet street.  Looking for o good investment' Vendor  may consider terms. Phone for appointment  anytime. $67,500.  WINN RD: Four-plex. Positive cosh 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 and many  extras including all new landscaping make  these suites very rentable at $300 per  month. Mountain and ocean view. Highway  eccess.- $140,000.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY: HOPKINS  LANDING WATERFRONT: Excellent business  investment on the Sunshine Coast. This  grocery and sundry store is located in the  heart ol Hopkins Landing, |ust minutes to  the Langdale ferry. Ideally situated on 90  feel of level, walk-out WATFBFRONT, being  the. qnly icomrr.erciQl)y:,zone,d.property in  this area, the land itse1' is extremely  valuable. Aside from st"-p prof:��s there is  additional revenue Iroi other- ources, such  as collection of whartmyt. e-i from the  government wharf adjoining this property,  plus post office and an u^tous 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  ond the Post Office. Two lots each with 50  foot frontage across from the proposed  Marina site. Two 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: Two year old duplex on a 1/2  acre lot represents the ideal investment  property. There are 1232 square feet in  both of these side by side units. Features  are post- ond \beam construction . with1  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%  IM.U.R.B. investment value. $79,500.  DAVIS BAY:   INVESTMENT  OPPORTUNITY.  Trailer Court near sunny Davis Bay. Large  three bedroom home for new owners. 18  . trailer pads and hook-ups for lour campers.  ��� 2 1/2   acres   with   large   creek   at   bock.  $179,000.  LOTS  s  w  m  m  ���  HIGHWAY 101: Large lot 82 leet on Highway 101 and 271 feet  on School Road, This CDA zone could be commercial. Prime  opportunity to develop, $45,000. ' ' '  SCHOOL & WYNGART: Boauliful view from this duplex zoned lot  overlooking the Bay. Close to schools and shopping. Perfectly  suited to slde-by-side or up-down duplex construction. $16,500.  TUWANEK: 80x140 lot only one block to beach. Full view of the  Inlet, Piped community water available. $9,900,  SEAMOUNT INDUSTRIALLOTS - HWY 101 ��� Prime location In  the heart of Gibsons. 1 hour from Vancouver. Zero lot lines  allowed. Contact listing salesperson for Information on  government grants fpr development and expansion, Includes  sewer and 3 phase power.  PRATT RD -���Approximately 110 x 200 this nicely treed 1/2 acre  'has many choice building sites with some view of Georgia Strait.  Zoned lor 2 single family dwellings. Take a look at this dream  lot with a realistic price, $18,900.  LANGDALE RIDGE ���Lot 0, Davidson Road. Bargain price on this  lot amongst attractive new homos on quiet cul-de-sac. $8,950.  TRAIL ISLANDS ��� Large waterfront lot with small cove for  moorago, Boauliful vlow on three sides, Excellent fishing spot  on your doorstep, Call and let us show you this waterfront  retreat, $17,900,  McCULLOUGH RD ��� Wilson Crook. Closo to one acre of treed  property with sub-division possibilities. $22,500,  MARINE DR ��� Waterlront In the heart of the Village of Gibsons.  Excellent potential with Innumerable possible uses. This Is the  only vacant piece of land   In the area, $44,900,  SANDY HOOK RD ~~ Three ideal building lots In beautiful  woodod and park like setting, These view lots overlook Por-  poiso Bay and Sechelt Inlet, Water, hydro and paved roads In  good quality lub-dlvlslon. Vendor may carry agreement for sale.  $0,900 Each.  SMITH RD Cleared view lot close to ferry terminal and ocean  vlow, Triangular shapod lot with good building site. $13,000..  COCHRANE��D -Good building lot 65 x 130. Close to shopping  ond the ocean. Sewer easement of 10' on s.e, side of the lot  $12,500,  ABBS RD: View of Bay area and Georgia Strait is yours from this  beautiful lot In area of eleborate homes. Two blocks to schools  and shopping. $19,900,  LANGDALE RIDGE SUB-DIVISION: Fantastic view lots. An area of  new and varied homes, These lots offer themselves 10 many  different building locations, Enjoy privacy and the view of Howo  Sound.  POPLAR LANE: Beautiful flat building lot with view of North  Slioro Mountains. Located on the end of a qulot cul-de-sac only  one block to Sunnycrest Shopping Centre and schools. All  services Including sewer. Ad|acent to grass playing Hold,  $16,900.  BONNIEBROOK SUB-DIVISION: Extra large view lots In quiet cul-  de-sac. All services, easy cartop boat launching. Only one block  Irom the beach and Chaster Park.  SUNNYSIDE SUBDIVISION: Large lots most with 100' frontage  with 150 depth, In qulot rural setting. All lots nicely treed with  southern exposure. 1 1/2 blocks to schools and shopping centro.  Priced from $13,900,  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS; Boauliful vlow lot, Underground sorvlcos  and closo to boat launching, $11,500,  GOWER POINT ROAD: Largo view lot, Has boon cloared at ono  tlmo. Powor ond waloral front ol lot, $16,500.  FAIRMONT RD: Brtautllul view lot In tho Village ol Gibsons,  Partially cloared 71x115 with southern oxposuro, This Is tho  only remaining vacant lot In this quiet cul-de-sac In area of new  quality homes, $16,900.  SARGENT RD: Largo landscaped lot with garage and fruit Ireos  right In Iho heart of Gibsons, Absolutely spectacular view. May  bo purchasod along wllh ad|olnlng house and lot, $23,500,  SCHOOL RD - Three vlow lots 73 x 110, On sewer . Throe  blocks from schools and shopping centre, Cleared lor building,  $16,000 Each.  SANDY HOOK -��� Level corner lot with southwest exposure, Size  69 x 130 with paved road on both sides. Powor and water al  site, Short distance to boach and boat ramp. $10,500.  5  ���  ���1  ACREAGE  STEWART RD ��� 2.8 private acres In qule  ���verarMM.Gibson* Creek rum through back  to village ammentlos, $29,500.  I area with nice  ol properly, Close  SCHOOL RD ��� 1.36 acres ad|acent to the elementary school,  Could be sub-divided lo lots, On sewer and all services. $98,000.  ��m^^^-v��v^1^"'  LORRIE GIRAR0   JON M^RAE   ANNE GURNEV  8867760        $85-3670       886-2164  ARNEPETTERSEfl  886-9793  GAMBIER ISLAND - - 0,2 WATERFRONT acres on Gambler Island,  270'of walerfrant x 1230. Approximately 2 acres cleared plus 6  acros tall timber, Secluded bay wllh 2 year old wharf, ramp and  float approximately 40 x 13. Water, power and telephone In.  Approximately 800 square feet cabin yet to be finished, 200  degree west-southwest view. 275' supply train lo cabin. Ideal  recreational and Investment. $128,000.  JrVfVISSER   OrWIWBERTS   STEYtlMWER    GMWrUCKETT  885-3300        886-8040 885-2691 886-9508 r  PageB-S  Wednesda:  JUSTICE OP THE alderman Larry Trauior ceremonies December 3.  PEACE. Dan Devlin for his second term during In the foreground are  (fight) swears in Gibsons   the     inauguration   Mayor Lorraine Goddard  Pender Harbour Lions  and clerk-treasurer Jack  Copland.  Hello dere fellow square  dancers, here I am again with  an update of the square dance  news on The Sunshine Coast  and boy do I need1 it, due to  that there old flu. bug or  whatever,) I have missed a  couple of columns and I even  missed a square dance and I  hope it doesn't happen again.  Let's start with Nov. 29th  ��� the square dance I missed  where I understand that with  top caller Harry Robertson on  stage and over three sets of  dancers on the floor all had a  good time but there was a lot  of long faces just because I  ���wasn't there, well, I have told  you before, keep smilin, I  always come back as you will  soon see when you read the  next paragraph.  Well, on December 7th,  knowing quite well how it  pained the dancers not having  me there, and. with the flu bug  still grabbing at my heels, I  managed to get to the hall and  set up my equipment with  great difficulty and had the  music going when the first  dancers, arrived and they  shure were glad to see me on  stage. Why the first thing .they  said was, that I should get sick  more often because for the  first time this half of the  season I was on time, I tell you  they, are a great bunch of  people. Anyway to make a  long story short and with over  three sets on the floor, I didn't  make one mistake.  There were four dancers  that shared the birthday cake  for December and they were  Flo Robertson who thought  she was 39 and still holding,  Lloyd Scrimshaw, his age no  one, knows, Syd Conroy when  asked said, I'm Syd just a kid,  and then there was Ellen.  Marshall who said I'm Ellen  and not a tellin, well a happy  birthday to you from The  Country Stars.- **  Dates to remember ��� The  Country Stars Christmas  square dance party this  Friday the'14th at 8.p. at the  Roberts Creek School Gym,  all square dancers welcome  just bring an exchange  present worth one dollar if you  can find one.  This will also be the last  club dance till Jan. 11th, 1980  when we will carry on same  day same place and the same  time, for further information  call 886-9540 or 885-3359 or 886-  8027.       . .-,    '   " ������      .,  ' Our New Years Eve square  dance will once again be held  in the United Church Hall in  Gibsons, December 31st, right  thru to January 1st, all square  dancers welcome.  Well, that's about it for now  so just keep this thought in  mind. Be Good for Goodness  Sake,because Santa Claus is  watching, have a good day.  <^To^>s. 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  The Pender Harbour Lions  Club report that they raised  for the Community in the year  ending June 30, 1979, an  amount of $7,979.66. Seventy-  five per cent of the money  raised was returned to the  community within the year.  Most of the money was  expended on the Lions Park  including the construction of  facilities for the public.  Other donations include,  Gift of Hope Fund, CARS,  Tammy's Telethon, CNIB,  Society for Crippled children  and also the Oral Centre for  Deaf Children. A bursary was  paid to a local student for  university attendance.  The Pender Harbour Lions  Club wish to thank all those  who participated in the activities.  _K  FLORON  AGENCIES LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance  Box 238,1589 Marine Drive, Gibsons  886-2248  WILSON CREEK ���Airport Road: Exclusive Spanish style home, 4-  5 bdrm, 2 bath, playroom, sowing room, Heatilator fireplace,  drapes, fridge and stove, European kitchen, lovely finish,  carport. Many features too numerous to mention. View to south  over to Van. Island. 2 yr-old, new on market. $82,000. Fantastic  mortgage assumable at 10 1/2 percent. John Black, 886-7316.  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 choice property.  SECHELT ��� 2 bdrm mobile home with large LR.  Large rec room, sundeck and storage has been  added. In first class condition with W/W  throughout. Priced at $24,000. J. Black.  LOTS  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS -~ Sechelt, 7 1/2 acres approx.  Serviced view property, approved in principal for a  26 lot subdivision; plans and details with listing  service. This Is very good view property and has  access to marina In Porpoise Bay. P.P. $66,000.  GRANTHAMS ��� Lot on Reod Road, 48' x 168', good  Investment, potential view; asking $8,750.  ROSAMUND ROAD ��� Threo lots cleared, ready to  build; suitable for trailer or mobile; only $19,500  each.  GIBSONS - Level cloared lot In Gibsons Village on  sewer and water. 62' x 182'. Inquire for details.  WHARF ROAD ��� Langdale, good retirement area;  lot 65' x 193'. Try your offer.  Othor lots In Villago and also In rural areas.  Evenings Call:  Ron McSavaney. 885-3339;  George Cooper. 886-9344  lohn Black, 886-7316; *  Mitten Realty Ltd  Wkara Raal Eatata k aariem Innlamu ��� ba* m aaamnra, mr  885-3295  Whara Raal Eatata k aariaaa basama ��� bat a amaaara  THINKING OF RELOCATING?  Don't daky.llM am Trad* Man. Cat for more details.  PHONE FOR FREE CATALOG  Von. Direct  681-7931  Box 979 Sechelt, B.C.VON 3A0  Next to the Gulf Station  Waterfront  Homes  Homes  Homes  Acreage  TIGHT LITTLE ISLAND  Here is a super spot in Gunboat  Bay. Completely sheltered and  surrounded by deep water. Pihngs in  for a float. Ideal for yachtsman and  people interested in the outdoors.  Call 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. Cpll Suzanne  Dunkerton for more information,  885-3971.  SANDY HQOK $27,500  Over 100' of waterfront with lots of  nice fir and arbutus trees. Property is  over one and one quarter, acre with  over 580 feet in depth. Try your offer  on this hard to find commodity.  Contact   Terry   Brackett,   885-9865.  GOWER POINT $79,950.  -Beautifully landscaped two bedroom  home with a panoramic view of  North Shore Mountains, Salmon Rock  and Vancouver Island. Older style,  quality construction, the full  basement is ready to be developed.  For more information, call Rene  Sutherland, at 885-9362.  WILSON CREEK WF $32,000  This two bedroom A frame is  situated on 120' of prime level  waterfront on a private road near  Mission Creek. Loft, workshop, many  extras, Fourteen years left on  Dominion Lease. For more details,  call Rene Sutherland  at  885-9362.  TWO WATERFRONT LOTS  Located at Lamb's Bay, these nicely  treed lots have a southerly exposure,  Priced at $2B,000. and $28,500.  each, they represent a good Investment for permanent residence or  recreational development. For  Details, call Rene Sutherland at 885-  9362,  SELMA PARK  Delightful smaller home, right on the  beach In Selma Park. 15 years before  renewal on this leose land gem.  Thoro's a living room, kitchen, full  bathroom and one bedroom (or two  Is you don't want a music room I) The  deck looks over Sechelt sunsets and  deep moorage fully protected by tho  breakwater. Have a good look at the  remodelling, too. Call Dol Grauer-  885-3808 or Terry Brackett ��� 8Q5-  9865.  BEGINNERS LUCK $29,500.  This large lot has been landscaped  with secluded paths in an existing  treed area. A small 1 bdrm home is  waiting for your completion plus a  guest sleeping room as an additional  bonus. Call Don Lock. 885-3730 for  all details.  ROBERTS CREEK REVENUE     $56,900.  Excellent property; of up and down  suites both rented at present. Drive  by this offering on Marlene Road,  then call Don Lock at 885-3730 for an  appointment to view. \  SECHELT VILLAGE $55,000  1320 sq. i\. in this tastefully  decorated 3 BR-home. Kitchen is  bright and well planned with o 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. There 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  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. Home Is situated on  over 3/4 acre lot. Must be seen, Call  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.  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 $39,300  Two bedroom mobile Home with a  large rec room and third bedroom  added on. Purchase price includes  fridge, stove, washer and dryer. Also  16x28 foot .garage; fully insulatated.  Located on a large lot. Call Terry  Brackett. 885-9865.  SECHELT $53,000.  New large three bedroom home.  Open kitchen and dining room plan,  lots of7c^pp;^  Ensuifo��?Ki7,Heni^^  unfinished^^ baseri^rtf.rView of the  mountains from the front sundeck.  Call -Suzanne, for more information.  WEST SECHELT $48,500  Cozy three bedroom with fireplace  on Nor-West Bay Road. Handy  Storage shed built ot 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 $10,500  Cozy newly renovated two bedroom  on lease land In Selma Park.  Southerly exposure overlooking Trail  Islands. Excellent terms, spectacular  view. Handy to oil amenities. Call  Terry Brackett, 885-9865.  MOBILE HOME       PRICE REDUCED TO  $9,000  2 bedroom 12 x 60' mobile home set  up in local trailer park. Fully skirted  with a view of the Trail islands.  Fridge and stove included. Asking  $10,000. Contact Terry Brackett, 885-  9865.  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.  WILSON CREEK $35,000'  Semi Waterfront. A well maintained  5 year old two bedroom 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.  SELMA PARK $44,000  Ideal starter for retirement home or  nearly one half acre wMh a view, This  two bedroom JjVJ^p is partially  furnished andJjncl\res fridge, stove,  washer and (Oyer. Also small partially furnished guest cottage' which  could bring In extra revenue. Contact  Terry Brackett, 8B5-9865.  LANGDALE $40,000  19 acres of treed property with a  year round creek. Vendor will look at  terms. Phone Suzanne Dunkerton for  more info, 885-3971.  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  rezoniing to commercial understood  to be feasible. Conversion to stores,  offices, restaurant could make this  an attractive investment. For details,  Syd, or Frances Heal.-$85-3295'.  NORTH GIBSONS $65,000  4.5 acres just past reed road. A 1440  sq. ft. double-wide home with three  bedrooms,.livingroom, den, kitchen-  ��� dining .area. ..Master bedroom has  walk-in closet,  full   bathroom  with  , ;step-in tub. and separate shower.  Second bedroom has foil bathroom  of its own. There's a utility room, a.  wet bar. and lots of storage space.  Oil furnace, supplemented by wood  heater. Call Dal Grauer, 885-3808.  ACREAGE IN PENDER HARBOUR $49,000  Price reduction of $4,000. on this  natural 19.5 acres located on high  ground with plans for subdivision  into three parcels, road access. Call  Don Lock, 885-3730 for all details.  SEAMOUNT INDUSTRIAL PARK  Only a few of these fully serviced  light industrial, service commercial  lots are left, including acreage sites  with highway exposure. Call Rene  Sutherland, 885-9362 for all details.  CEDAR CORNERS  /  /  i  /.  IV    _.  A     IH     i-h i i&  .M:Ki     ( L   '.ahctK MteLSd  vf>  Lots  WEST PORPOISE BAY  $9,900      VILLAGE LOTS  Located at the corner of Reef and Shoal roads  in the Village of Sechelt, this eleven lot  subdivision Is well treed, on regional water, all  lots approved for septic Installation. Priced to  sell at $10,500 each. For any Information, call  Rene Sutherland at 885-9362.  Hero's a nice serviced lot within  minutes of the Village. This lot Is  partly cleared and has lovol building  silo. Contact Terry Brackett, 885-  9865,  PENDER HARBOUR $24,500  Commercial lot zoned R3-L on Lagoon  Road, 65' frontage. Call Ray Bornlor  885-5225 or Emlllo Honderson 885-  5383.  MILLS ROAD  Boautllully treed lot with a potential  view. Lot has full services and nice  southerwestorly exposure, Vendor  will consider offers on F,P. of  . $16,000. Terry Brackett, 865.9865,  CARNABY PLACE $10,500  Don't miss seeing this fully serviced  view lot on Carnoby Place (off Mills  Rd.) A dandy Investment In a central  location, Please call Corry Ross, 885-  9230.  SANDY HOOK  Priced at |uit $9,900, this potential  vlow lot hos an unfinished storage  cabin, lovely trees, and Is close to  boat launch, To view contact, Rene  Sutherland at 885-9362.  LOWER OIBSONS $ 13,500.  Located adjacent to public park.  Close lo shops and ocean. Call Rene  Sutherland, 885-9362.  $15,000. ea  Close to Chatelech Junior  Secondary School, located on Highway 101 these two side by side  nicely trood lots are a good Investment. Sewer availablo In near  future. For more details call Rene  Sutherland, 885-9362.  POTENTIAL VIEW $9,500  Just remove some of the trees for  firewood and you'll havo a vi r lot.  Close to boat launch. Storage a hod  included In purchase price, For  details, call Rene Sutherland,  885-9362,  SECHEIT WEST  Ono of the llnosl controlled sub-  divisions In Wml Sechelt. 19 lots,  sewer, water, powor, blacktop,  roads. Most lots treed, with possible  vlow. Prlcod Irom $14,500 to  $16,500. For more Information  please call Emlllo Henderson 885-  5303 or Ray Bornlor 005-5225.  SANDY HOOK $10,900,  Beautiful view lot on Porpoise Drive.  51' of frontage. Water & power. Call  Emilie Henderson, flBS-5383 or Ray  Bernier. 805-5225.  MILLS ROAD $16,000.  Lot 65 x 120, full services Including  sewer, trees, view and a souther-  westerly exposure for a successful  oar don, Call Suzanne Dunkerton for  detail*, 885 3971,  CREEKSIDE PLACE  10 fully serviced lots, situated approx. 2 mllos northwest of Secholt,  corner of Mason and Norwest Bay  Roads. Level lots to faclllate both  single and double wide trailers. Call  Emilie Henderson, 885-5383, or Ray  Bernier, 885-5225.  WAKEFIELD ROAD LOTS  $16,78000.  Two beautiful side by sldo view lots  bordering on Wakefield Crook, Good  building sites, close to village. For  more Information, call Rene  Sutherland al 885-9362,  WEST SECHELT  Two lots side by side located on Nor  West Bay Rood, Priced at $12,500  and $9,500. Both lots are serviced  with water, hydro and cable. Buy  separately or try offers on both lots.  Contact   Terry  Brackett.  885-9865.  ORANDVIEW ROAD, GIB.  SONS $12,800,  Hore is the building lot you've been  looking for. Close to schools,  shopping and beach, Potential view  to boot, Call Suzanne Dunkerton for  more Information, 8053971,  TUWANEK $9,000.  View lot close lo beach, overlooking  Lamb's Boy, Vendor will carry  agreement for sole, Coll Rene  Sutherland, All59362,  RAY BERNIER  888-8228  CORRY ROSS  $���0-9280  RENE SUTHERLAND  ������8-9382  TIRRY BRACKETT  ���10-9148  DALORAUltR  ���BO-MOB  DON LOCK EMILII HENDERSON      SUZANNE DUNKERTON TERRI HANSON  ������8-3730 MB-8383 ���������-1971 886-8 298  RIVER  VANCOUVER  JM0HTH  VANCOUVER  MEMBER OF  OTHER OFFICES  fOSfRVf YOU  RfctOCATION SERVICES CANADA"  REFERRAL SYSTEM  KlNGSWAY  SURREY  LANGLEY  /  > V.  '$p^g^^:K0,|^l^&^|ff  Wednesday, December 12,1979  The Peninsula Times  ?Pai  ft  Automotive Service  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Ports * Solas * Service  " Rotor Lother Service for Disc Brakes-  ond 'Drum Brakes   ������  * Valve and Seot Grinding  * All Mokes Serviced  -   Dotsun Specialists  Gibsons ..Phone 886-7919  ECONOMY AUTO PARTS LTD.  Automobile, Industrial  t and Body Shop Supplies  Sechelt 885-5181  WAL-VEN AUTO BODY  BODYWORK  AND  PAINTWORK   -  Sunshine Coast Highway  GIBSONS 886-7133  SUPERIOR MUFFLER LTD.  BING'S EXHAUST PLUS LTD.  s-Complete Exhausts * Shocks * Roll Bart  * Side Pipes * Stacks  I * .Running Boards * Duel Pip* Conversion  ��� 100% guarantee ��� Parts and labour  I Next to Wal-Ven Auto Body  I Gibsons, 886-1213  Blasting  Ted's Blasting ft Contracting Ltd.  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  * Basements * Driveways * Septic Tanks  Stumps * Ditch Lines  Coll for a free estimate anytime  883-2734   "Air Track Available"   8*3-2385  TED DONLEV PENDER HARBOUR  Building Supplies  Contractors  RAY'S TRUCKING  Gravel * Fill * Drainrock  SERVING PENDER HARBOUR  883-9222  J.B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  Dump Truck - Backhoe - Cat  Water, Sewer, Drainage Installation  Land Clearing  FREE ESTIMATES  R.W. [Bob] Rogers  Coast Insulation Gofnpany  886-9297  INSULATION - INSTALLATION  Fiberglass Batts Blown in Insulation  RESIDENTIAL (New SExIsilng Houses) &  Commercial'  J.F.W. CONTRACTING  * RENOVATIONS * ADDITIONS  .    * NEW HOMES  * CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS       * ORYWALL  * SUNDECKS  "ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED".  886-8071  Electricians  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  ��� Residential &,Commercial Wiring  ���> Pole Line Installations  ��� Electric Heating  Ron Sim 885-2062 Rick Sim  SUNSHINE CONSTRUCTION  Alterations,     Additions,     Framing,  Retaining Walls, Finishing & Siding.  General Delivery ' 885-3428 or  Halfmoon Bay 885-3444  ROB HAGAR  Electrical Contracting  RESIDENTIAL - COMMERCIAL  Eves: 886-9261   Days: 886-2756  Floor.ng*Cabinets  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  Kitchen Cabinets  Specialltsts in Remodelling  886-9411  Showroom in Twilight Theatre, Gibsons  -    KENDoVRIESftSONLTD.  '     FLOORCOVERINGS  CARPETS ��� TILES ��� LINOLEUMS - DRAPES  GIBSONS at SECHELT  885-3424  ROGERS CABINETS LTD.  A Custom Birch Kitchen  Av: $1900.00 -10 Days Delivery  Anywhere on Peninsula  Call 883-2676 Eves.  A.C. RENTALS ft BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  I All Your Building Needs  ^Madeira Park Phone 883-  Disposal Services  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  Port Mellon to Ole's Cove  Tel: 886-2938 or 885-9973  * Commercial Containers Available  Flooring��Cabinets  SEAVIEW  CARPETS ft CABINETS  AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD  SEAVIEW PLACE, GIBSONS  886-2417  Tollfree922-2017  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 Thorstelnson  Heating  SECHELT METAL PRODUCTS  LTD.  GENERAL SHEET METAL  Domestic. Commercial, Industrial heating  ' 7 jl        and Air conditioning.  885-2466..  Landscaping  SECHELT ORIENTAL LANDSCAPING  Landscaping * Pruning * Shaping  Willie Takahashl  _ Call after six 885-9890  Landscaping  EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING  and  GARDEN MAINTENANCE  For an ever-blooming garden  fruit tree pruning  WILLIAM BORAGNOFree Estimates  (Bango) 885-5033  S_h^_m���Mi_M_wmomIp^  Come in out of  the Rain. Dear...  and consult the  BUSINESS  DIRECTORY  Machine Shop  SPECIALTY MACHINE WORKS  * General-machine work & welding  * Custom & marine castings of brass &  aluminum  * Forging  25 HOUR SERVICE  Across from,Sechelt Legion.  Wharf Rd. 885-2523, Box. 1008, Sechelt  Marinas  HEADWATER  MARINA LTD.  ������* Moorage    * Marine" ways  ���"* Launching ramp  * Boat repairs  Box 71. Madeira Park  Pender Harbour, B.C.  883-2406  Rentals  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS ft EQUIPMENT RENTALS  Scaffolding, Rack Drills, Power Tools,  Automotive Tools, Pumps, Generators,  and Compressors  Highway 101 883-2585  at Francis Peninsula Road -  Secretarial  una Mckenzie  General Secretarial Work  Your Off ice or My Home  885-5641  Sewing  CREST SEWING CENTRE  SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS  ALL MAKES AND MODELS  FREE ESTIMATES      ALL WORK GUARANTEED  886-2231  Sunnycrest Centre  Opposite SuperValu-next to Sears  Tile  VILLAGE TILE CO.  Ceramic Tile Installations  Bathrooms ���Kitchens���Entrance Halls  ��� Fireplaces.  Box 65 Joe Jacques  Sechelt 885-3611  Tires  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C.  886-2700  SALES & SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday. 8:30 am lo 5:3(5 pm  Fridoy evening by appointment only  Towing  GA5 & DIESEL PUMPS  * TOW TRUCK SERVICE  CHAKGEX  fl  VISA  BCAA  MLtMOON INN  .    & SERVICES        885-5500  Upholsterers  ^Upholsterers  * WE  BUILD  THE  BEST  BOAT  TOPS ON THE B.C. COAST.  3 years uncond. guarantee  ��� MARINE INTERIORS  ��� AUTOMOTIVE   CONVERTIBLE   TOPS  ��� ALL COMMERCIAL  ��� HOUSE FURNISHINGS  Serving the Sunshine Coast  883-9901  LOOK HERE FOR WEEKLY BARGAINS  & SALE INFORMATION.  ������u-iriyxxfoY'���������������-����������� iri-v i,ipo>.i:..:.-: ..yy-y . ���'-��� ������'������y-.y.:. -Y ��� ��� ��� ,77v77' ��� v7."'.;'77 i: n<.^ ��rJ  IN GIBSONS  if-t,#*v D]'vonw����''"> ���  .  ���>���. ���'<"**��TT"  --^i&i&i^fci-'-  YOUR  PORT MELLON INDUSTRIES CREDIT  m UNION-GIBSONS ��  "eftsVnM t(t_\ tmm\d%_\ Cammtamat&m''  * Loans  * Mortgages  * Best Saving Rates  LOCATED NEXT TO  THE BUS DEPOT   '  886-8121  SEE OUR SHOWROOM  HOURS: 10 am-4:30 pm  SATURDAYS  ���CARPETS * KITCHEN  CABINETS MENN-AIR  & many more great  products at everyday prices,  CARPET CABINET  CERAMIC CENTRE  North Rd.. Gibsons 886-276S  JANE'S TUB & TOP SHOP  886-7621  Our Showroom I* Open  FRI&SAT 10am-5pm  A WHIRLPOOL BATHTUB  TO REPLACE YOUR  PRESENT TUB  ���| Fantastic |  ^*S__\_______________________m  rBIBSDN!  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  'ACOMrUTB BUILDINQ SERVICE"  886-8141  Sunshine Coast  Highway, Olbsons  Sunnycitesl- Shopping  S&T - WR - Comm-Dev  VHP-SSB  A  \    MARINE  .ELECTRONIC!  \\   Across from the  Co-op, Lower  Olbsons,  CDE ft Browning CB  Auth. Decco Rodor Centre  GIBSONS  TRAVEL  886-9255  Remember: "One  Cal)ibotii  It Alll"  No Extra  Cost lo  Sunnycrest Centre,  ���_________m____a___i  aarvWwmv.W  M-MMHSSBI  EVEN  SANTA  SHOPS  FOR  BARGAINS  ON THIS PAGE  MADEIRA  PARK  VARIETY STORE  Madeira Park  8839115  Man-frl *am-oj��m  Sat, aam-4pm  * Local Handicraft  * Custom-made Drapes  NEW SIARS  ���listen  SECHELT  BA BLACKTOP  "QUALITY SERVICE SINCE 1956"  ���PAVING  ���CURBS  ���DRAINAGE  FREE ESTIMATES  Orrop ltd.  885-5151  East Porpoise Bey Rd.,  Sechelt   ,    ��,     ^^  Amh,'  �� ^"��� AsMolrHwt  h��  C&S HARDWARE  For  GREAT GIFTS -  BINOCULARS  a  TELESCOPES  competitive prices _  SB5-9713 "Not exactly  ooo-7/iJ as Illustrated  S8T ��� WR - Comm-Dev |  VHF  \   MARINE  ELECTRONICS  \   "We Service   /  Pender Harbour^t  CDE ft Brpwnlng CB  AmsIw Oecve Radar Ceiktre  1,0  ���<���*>>$} m-- :*-><���..������  r~TT~]   CANADIAN PROPANE  PT1ANf GAS ROIL LTD.  *Cyllrider filled  * Complete line of Appliances,  * Barbecues  * Camping Equipment  * Qualified Serviceman  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  Next to Bus Depot  885-2360  THE  MUPPET SHOP  CHILDREN'S WEAR  885-5255  From Infants to 14 Years  OPENING  IN THE  TRAIL BAY MALL  SOON I  Lots of Special Gifts  for Special People  ��� Specializing In Ladies & Mens  Cuts 8. Styling,  Coloring,  Blow Drying.  .Long, soft, wash & ^  -��� WSarpe'rfris.'      f---N  ._,��,  Hair Care tor tha enure family.  LQuallty Rodkon, Jtilrmack & Vldal Saasoon Products  SecAett 'Secwfy Solon  Open Monday to Saturday  B88-2B1B Cowrie St.  I  -.3  ���p  OUR SALE IS ON TIL DECEMBER 15  If you didn't get our "Sale Flyer" - Come in & pick one up  Sechelt Building  Supplies Ltd-  "SmfiUfaU** $H*%*>0tu*i  ���M-72H or        mwi  IN PENDER HARBOUR  ����  nfimiCalKA MAIflNA  Madeira Park-883,2266  come and tee tht  1980 EVINRUDES  m  Ulrnfiv  ^0tmBm'0w^a <    erPWar  H0B9B  Plain 101, Corner Hwy. 101 and  Fronds Peninsula Road, Pender Harbour  aaaaamamaaaaaaWm*ammmammmmWmaamamW  ACRENTALSA  BUILDING SUPPLIES  ZERO CLEARANCE  083-2585  ! PageB-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, December 12,1979��  Sechelt notes  singing  by Peggy Connor 885-9347  Don't miss this opportunity to raise  your voice in song, join in with the Sunshine Choristers for a community singing  of carols.  The date is December 16, Sunday at  7:30 p.m. at the Sechelt Baptist Church on  Trail Avenue.  A beautiful location for a non-  denominational event that welcomes  everyone. The offering will all go to Save  the Children Fund.  The Choristers are a delight to listen to  so if you just want to lend an ear the  listening is great.  EXTENDED LIBRARY HOURS  The Sechelt library is endeavoring to  have another day open early in the New  Year. They are training new volunteers  getting ready for the added hours.  The ladies who work so willingly in the  ' library are dedicated, dependable  librarians as one must be, the library  being open depends on them.  There are a lot of new books for reading  pleasure, the days are Thursday 10:30  a.m. tolp.m.,Saturday 2-4p.m.  Watch for the announcement of the  extra day in 1980.  SCHOOL FAIRE HUGE SUCCESS  The Sechelt Elementary School faire  held on Thursday, December 6 was an  overwhelming success as far as participation went so it is to be supposed  financially it did well.  There wasn't a parking spot to be had,  cars parked on every road around.  The greatest thing about the event was  the school spirit that abounded, everyone  was working together and having fun.  Beautiful cakes in the childrens cake  contest, crafts with a variety of ideas, wall  hangings, macrame, Santas, pottery, then  there was the games every different kind  one could think of, darts, ball toss, I  missed the sponge throw the very one I  wanted to participate in. My big chance to  hit daughter Margaret with a big wet  sponge, great delight for the kids to get  Principal Brian Butcher who successfully  dodged most missiles thrown at him, all in  good fun.  The bingo drew a big crowd and once  again the merchants were generous with  their support by providing excellent  prizes. The caller, Brian Butcher made  , sure everyone knew where each prize  came from. Only one merchant turned  them down  They weren't going to let me play Bingo  but I did, only my luck was out, Cliff was  the lucky one; he won the beautiful beaded  jewelry box, the work of Mary Jackson's  daughter, Mona. This was not a bingo  prize but a separate raffle.  Two other items raffled were a  fabulous gingerbread house, the work of  Judy Maynard, and a rag doll by Diane  Netslaw.  ROD AND GUN  The Sechelt Peninsula Rod and Gun  annual game banquet was held on  December 1 at the Senior Citizens Hall in  Sechelt.  There was plenty of wild meat served to  >uit all tastes, with the meat donated by  .nimrod members and succulently cooked  by Helen Robertson and her staff.  Head table guests were introduced by  President Bill Boyte, Superintendent of  Conservation for the Lower Mainland  Allan and Fiona West, Conservation officer Jalmie and Helen Stephens,  Lawrence and Mary Chambers Fisheries  Officer, Owen Boyte, and for the RCMP  Chris Annely.  Also present was Jim and Claire  Rallton who happened to be in the area and  remembered this was time for the annual  do. Jim was longtime editor of Northwest  Magazine one of the best down to earth  sportsmen books to be put out.  Off duty RCMP ran the refreshment'  booth, the music supplied by Ken  Dalgeish.  Singer brought ln for the lead singing  as a last minute replacement was Deidre  Murphy, a local girl, who was Just great,  we should hear more of her.  Jalmie Stephens expressed his appreciation for all the help he has received  from the Rod and Gun Clubs on the Sunshine Coast,  The raffled Texas mickey was won by  George Flay with the door prize going to  Dnvo Boyte.  Grace gives poor  Christmas bonus  Human Resourced Minister Grace  McCarthy today announced a 100 per cent  Increase In the Christmas bonus for  families on social assistance and at the  same time pledged herself to "strive  harder than ever before" ln the coming  year to find jobs for those who seek them.  "1 am very pleased to be ablo to announce today that In this Year of the Child  and the Family, tho Christmas bonus for  each family on social assistance will be  Increased to a maximum of |60 this year,  compared with $25 last year," Mrs. McCarthy said. Tho bonus for singles will bo  Increased to $20, from $15 last year.  "As the Christmas season approaches  the vast majority of British Columbians  msccurcta  be thankful for. However we hove many  people oh socio! airMan^^  desperately seeking the opportunity to find  gainful employment and thus become fully  productive members of society," Mrs.  McCarthy said.  CADET WEEK  Last week was Cadet Week but I give a  belated tip of the hat to Bob Flummerf ield  and others like him who give so much of  their time to organizations such .as this  that teach leadership to the youth.  Report from Ottawa     y .  I'       ���*���' ������"��������������� ������������   ���������!������������-WW >������������������� '/���'"***  Petro soA^s  by Ray Skelly;  - MP Comox-PR riding  CONGRATS TO THE BOSS  The arrival of a baby girl to the Bill Bell  family was announced with great enthusiasm by the father and delighted all  who heard the good news. Born under a  good sign.  COMMENT by Raymond Skelly, Member  of Parliament for Comox-PbweU River  Tuesday, December 4,1979  Last week Bill Hopper, the straight:'  from-the-shoulder president of Petro-  Canada, appeared before the House of  Commons energy committee to answer  some questions about that goyernment-  owned corporation which the Clark,  government intends to rip apart and sell  off to private interests.  In the course of the meeting, Hopper  disclosed that Canadian taxpayers would  save "hundreds of millions of dollars" if  the latest Alberta oil sands project were  run by Petro-Canada instead of private,  interests as is how the case.  The saving would arise from not having  to include profits for the private companies since the government-owned  corporation operates on a no return basis.  Petro-Canada is actually involved in  the $5 billiop oil sands project now but only  as a minor partner. The major partner is'  the Shell corporation who will be making  the major portion of' that profit at the  expense of Canadian, taxpayers.  The (question of, Petro-Canada's involvement in the oil sands projects (there  will.probably be three more,of similar  size) was raised by New. Democratic'  Party leader Ed Broadbent who took the  occasion to comment that this is a prime  example of how a government oil company  could operate to the benefit of the public.  Whether or not such examples will move  the bull-headed architects of the plan to  sell off Petro-Canada is not known.  Hopper also disclosed that.if Petro-  Canada is sold, taxpayers will have to  assume $1.5 billion in company debts -  something the Tories have riot told us.  One of the funny-sad aspects of this  whole Petro-Canada fiasco is that shortly  after the Canadian public has lost this vital  instrument with which to influence our  own petroleum industry, it will be  necessary to set up yet another government petroleum corporation from scratch.  As hopper explained the.international  political climate will make a government  agency essential to handle sales between  one country and another because the  Organization of -Petroleum Exporting  Countries is increasingly reluctant to deal  with private companies: Such an agency  will be needed in five to 10 years, Hopper  said.  So there we have itr Petro-Canada  could save us millions if we kept it and will  cost us millions if we sell it. Yet the Clark  government is determined to go ahead  with the sale and may have to set up  another Petro-Canada within a few years.  It just doesn't make sense.  ���������-i  There were  more  than 3,000  new  tuberculosis cases in Canada in 1976.  fi_f��t  ���*  s Still Time  Christmas  ._���._*_&  ..���y^miwmm^  'mm*9'  >Y  I3*B*  trnmu  WOOD  CRAFT  gppp-  ^  mmmmmmmmmajti****' \'j*��n*mm  7 6RN6BAU   INT  tNCRAlPAMT  ._  ^INTERIOR GEl STAIN  HtRIOti  1 foCWUto 1  ���ii  10 HUlfW w*i  I'i 'timil  WOOD CRAFT INTERIOR GEL STAIN  A decorative and protective gel stain and filler for use on  most woods. Apply easily and is suitable for panelling,  furniture, doors and cabinets. 8 colours.  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Frtt 08241213  r r  .��;  Time out  Sitter's high  Take a minute and look at all the  jogging literature and paraphernalia.  Stories of jogging abound in the media,  and everyday the ranks of joggers  multiplies. In fact, the world is in serious  danger of being engulfed in the movement.  Now, take a look at all the non-running  literature. There is one book, and this  article. (Of course, non-running requires  no paraphernalia. Unfortunately, media  coverage of non-running is virtually nonexistent, so that resistance to the menace  of joggery grows painfully slowly.  A question of doubt arises when one  calls jogging a menace, but it is not the  intent of this column to shoot down jogging  (easy though it may be). Instead, I will tell  you of the joys of non-running, objectively  as possible.  The non-running vanguard is in the  mid-eastern United States whose citizens  have always been non-runners at heart.  The prominent persons of the sport are the  two authors of the aforementioned book,  entitled "The Non-runners Book". (Henry  Grossenberger and Vic Ziegks' book is the  bible of non-running.  It covers every aspect of non-running,  Batik  demonstration  There will be a display, sale, and  demonstration of "batik" given by Evi  Blueth in front of the Driftwood Craft Store  at the Sunny Crest Mall, Dec. 14, afternoon  and evening.  Batik is an ancient Javanese method of  decorating cloth. Special wax pens are  used. The hot wax seeps through the cotton  and acts as a blocking. The cloth is then  dyed but the areas covered by wax remain  the original colour. It is possible to make  many thihgsthis way including lampshades, clothing, silk scarves and wall  h^n^igSr^Eaefriitem becomes a totally  unique piece as only one design can be  done at a time.    :A'Y'"y.yy*- 7.77V'  Come down and watch the process,  happen before your very eyes!  beginning with practical non-running  exercises.  Inexperienced non-runners are advised  to take it easy. Begin with "warming  down" exercises, followed by not more  than five minutes of leaning a day.  Then there's staying out of shape  exercises for those non-runners "capable  of sitting in front of a television set for  hours after it's "switched off."  There instruction on such priceless  subjects as taxi-hailing, wait-training, and  deep-groaning.. Deep-groaning, in combination with a grimace of pain is quite  effective in the avoidance of that.irksome  exertion. x  Non-believers are quick to point out the  drawbacks of non-running, but I feel they  are minor compared to the numerous  plusses.  The major hazards listed in Ziegel and  Grossenbergers' book are as follows:  Sagging Cushions, Bark Shoulder (tree  leaners are particularly susceptible to this  one), the danger of growing lazy and non-  non-running, and atrophy. Atrophy is not  considered to be undesirable by hard-core  non-runners but to the uninitiated it may  appear an extreme.  Now, as for the virtues, I have been  told, and have verified the fact that there  are few pleasures on earth comparable to  a sitters high. The Zen of non-running is a  section in the book in which a baby-sitter  tells of a sitters high: "Sitting gives me a  sense of controlling my own life and makes  me feel firmly rooted and in touch with the  planet".  The Sitters High has been linked to  studies which show that regular sitters  have greater levels of "sedenrephine" in  their blood.  I first became interested in non-  running after a skiing vacation in which I  was fortunate enough to break my leg, and  Use 'Times' Adbrlefs  to Self, Rent, Buy, Swap etc.  For Quick Results Use Adbriefs!  y*j ���������-  "V*  THE SUNSHINE Coast Senior Mens  Hockey league action was fast and  furious last Thursday at the Sechelt  Arena. The Creek came on top of this  match against Pender Harbour.   .  Trousdell 10th best in class  \pien I was nearly trampled by a horde xrf.  "joggers my mind was decided, and now 1  am a confirmed non-runner.  Next week; The true story of the Boston  Marathon Human Lemmings?   .  ��  Apologies for any inconvenience caused by an error in the  Gibsons Building  THE BLACK & DECKER DUAL HEIGHT  WORKMATE READ $36.79 AND SHOULD  HAVE READ $56.79.  By RUTH FORRESTER  Congratulations are in order for Carrie  Trousdell who, with her horse Wilhemina,  placed tenth in her class at the world.  Nov. 15 to 18 and there were 984 horses  competing in the various eyents. There  were only three horses from BC and all  three placed in the finals. Competition was  extremely tough as,some of the entries  were from the biggest ranches in the U.S.  There was lots of pressure for these young  competitors with this kind of competition.  The Trousdell, family travelled by  camper and went through eleven states on  their journey. The one which impressed  them as the most beautiful was the state of  Colorado. There they ran into some snow,  but not enough to keep them from  travelling. While in Oklahoma they paid a  visit to the "Cowboy Hall of Fame", and in  Nevada took a look at some of the old ghost  towns. On the way home they stopped off  to see the Mormon Tabernacle at Salt  Lake City and even found time to have  breakfast and to do a bit of gambling in  Reno.  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Haifa    11 Kill I It lit V  & Building Supplies  Ptaia 101   Francis Peninsula Rd.     883-2585  and Hwy 101 B  VOLUNTEER HELPLINE  Page 03  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, December 12, 1979  IN WHAT WAS one of the final   games of the season, The 'Raiders  Sunshine Coast Mens Soccer .League . easily defeated the Redskins 8-1.  By JOAN COWDEROY .'.  __ Here are some current VOLUNTEER  possibilities you might want to consider:  TUTORS - ENGLISH AS A SECOND  LANGUAGE  In the new year Continuing Education  plans to offer a course entitled "English as  a Second Language". Available to any  persons whose mother tongue is. other than  English, it will seek to provide support for  those who wish to develop further skills  with the language. Weekly classes will be  taught by a course coordinator. In addition, VOLUNTEERS will be required to  assist as back-up tutors, working individually with a class member in the  home, 1 to 2 hours a week. Needs range  from basic conversation in English to  more advanced reading and writing.  On-going support for the tutors will be  provided through close contact with the coordinator, as well as help with teaching  materials. Every attempt will be made to  link persons who might be compatible with  each other in an effort to create the most  constructive learning environment. No  previous teaching experience is required.  If you would like to be involved call Joan  Cowderoy at the Volunteer Bureau at 885-  5881.  In addition, the Vietnamese residents  who have recently come to settle on the  Coast could continue to benefit from  further VOLUNTEER support with the  language and adjusting to the culture.  Your Astro-Week  December 12-18  By Tim Stephens  EVERY ELEVEN YEARS sun spots  increase dramatically. These magnetic  "storms" on the sun disrupt radio communications on earth and cause plants to  grow faster.... The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has found that  production of automobiles and construction of new buildings follow the  sunspot cycle. The price of wheat also  fluctuates with the sun spot cycle.... Now  scientists know that the planets also emit  radio and magnetic waves - the Mariner,  Voyager and Pioneer spacecraft proved  this.... Now the National Science Council  in the U.S.A. is going to finance a study of  astrology, says Sydney Omarr....  ARIES  (March 21  December "education" by events, news or  merely your hunches can prompt you to  rearrange partnerships before the  weekend, Aries. What you do is good for  you and others. Friday night starts a  weekend when you may be torn between  work and secret pleasures. If this work  involves travel, publishing or writing and  studying, dive in, quick! However, don't  "take off Monday or Tuesday.  TAURUS (April 21 - May 21) - Before  the weekend, hunches can lead you to  secret money sources, or even more  thrilling psychological discoveries,  Taurus. Dive deep, a beneficial "occult  sea" Is waiting! This helps you "duck" an  unfair chore Saturday morning and hop  instead on the bandwagon of romance,  entertainment and partnership happiness!  Sunday's the same, but Monday and  Tuesday you'd better return to'"reality!"  GEMINI (May22-June21)-Ah, sweet  love until Friday night, Gemini!  Somebody's very alluring, so remember  this psychological law: if you are honest to  yourself and others, no one can every fool  you. Ix)ve may "die" Saturday morning,  but the afternoon brings a home-related  "resurrectionf" A Sagittarian Is on your  sick, especially If you want to work Instead  of play, Sunday too. After this, protect a  loving horn*.  CANCER (Jul? 22 - July 23) fc- You're  domestically inclined - or should be - until  Friday sunset, Cancer. Many duties,  whether parent or worker - but many  opportunities to get it all done, too! Friday  night through Sunday a flirtation arrives -  this could spell heaven" for your futurt!  (But make sure it occurs AFTER  Saturday noon.) Monday, back to work,  and a message too - but later and  Tuesday, diet, be gentle.  LEO (July 24 - August 23) - Love,  phone, date, create until Friday evening,  Leo. Small trips, news friendships galore -  but go home Friday night for a deserved  rest! Don't start Saturday until noon, but  then until Sunday, take mate, lover oi^id*  on a shopping trip or redo' home for  Christmas. Monday, Tuesday being love  again, sweet poetic feelings, and nature  scintillates! But put a padlock on wallet or  purse!  VIRGO (August'24 - September 23) ���  April 20)   -  A   Ah impulse'to mix home and money ideas  -may lead to confusion Wednesday-why  not let a partner decide? Thursday means  money, through and through - perhaps  youWgota scheme to brew? Friday and  (Saturday say leave money inventions  alone - be friendly instead, take time to  converse, and a hunch or clue will come!  (Sunday too.) Monday, Tuesday  something "new" disrupts the"old  home."  LIBRA (September 24 - October 23 - A  talkative, curious person thinks you're  "the answer" Wednesday and Thursday,  ��� Libra. Ignore details, push yourself forward, and grab an opportunity to lead your  particular group! Friday's so-so, and  Saturday morning needs gentleness - but  as the day growls, so does your "profit!"  You have a "sixth sense" about money,  shopping and gifts. Sunday to Tuesday,  whisper romantically.  SCORPIO (October 24 - November 22) -  The week's accent is on earning money,,  paying bills, important purchases and  sales. Wednesday and Thursday your  intuition is strong in this area, but Friday  may bring some finicky problems, which  honesty in communications can solve.  Don't be too vigorous or talkative  Saturday morning, but from noon to  Sunday night, expect fun and love!  Monday, Tuesday, money and hopes don't  mix!  SAGITTARIUS (November 23 -  December 21) - A certain glamour and  mystery imbues you until the weekend;  you seem almost "fated" to be popular!  Oh the weekend this ebbs, but an idea that  sneaks up on you, an urge to do something  to boost your career or community  reputation is a winner! Don't be indecisive  ��� plunge in! You're eager to speak  Monday, but mid-afternoon is the only safe  time! Tuesday, money fate.  CAPRICORN (December 22 - January  20) - Stand aside, accent the  "background" in career or ambitions,  Cap. Means research, listen, search within  yourself for best opportunities. Study past  and future trends. Your ability to "educate  yourself" and to make inventive decisions  about the future is excellent. However,  wait until next week to launch anything  new. You'll be happy this week, but  Tuesday demands care.  AQUARIUS (January 21-February 19)  - Universities, libraries, reading, a world  view, foreign people - all swing "open  doors" toward you, perhaps because your  mood is gently wafting upward, to the  "higher zones!" This influence can bring  love and adventure too! Avoid stress this  weekend, for rewards abound - maybe a  certain sexy someone reappears! Monday  and Tuesday bring leisure and hopes -be  skeptical.  PISCES (February 20- March 20) - An  odd combination until the weekend,  Pisces. The career and status spotlight is  on you, and yet you are more inclined to be  secretive, like a detective (or his darker  counterpart!). Combining these influences  can be very lucky, especially In obtaining  loans or a special bid for a powerful  position! The weekend's for marriage,  love, leisure. Monday, Tuesday demand  career care.  ing for help  VlSiTORS:    ,  There is a continued need for  VOLUNTEER visitors willing to spend an  hour or so a week with some of the more  isolated members of the community:  (senior citizens, the sick or physically  handicapped/unable to get around easily  on their own; or single parents who would  enjoy contact with other.adults. Some of  these people already receive Homemaker  Services, but an evening or weekend  visitor would be a real treat.  ,  SPECIAL FRIEND  Sometimes it's the children who could  benefit from a special visitor - a big sister  or brother or foster grandparent. Have  you a soft spot for children? Why not give  the Volunteer Bureau a call?  CROCHETERS & KNITTERS'  Yes folks, a few women on the Coast  are still unravelling wool.and.making  af ghans from the recycled material. These  projects for Canada Save the Children  Fund are taken to Vancouver then sent all  over the globe. The results are beautiful -  some real works of art! More help is  always needed. ,  DRIVERS ,  VOLUNTEER drivers are always  needed in emergencies or when  requirements don't fit the regular minibus,  schedule. Although this is true for the  whole Peninsula, it is of special concern  for Pender Harbour and Port Mellon  residents needing to visit the hospital or  other services not provided in their local  area. In many situations mileage can be  paid to the driver. If this is an area where  you might be able to help out, why not  register your name with the Bureau - 885-  5881.  BAKERS  One or two people are needed to bake  some muffins and a couple of tea loaves on  a weekly basis for the Adult Daycare.  Money is available to cover costs for  baking supplies. How about adding this to  your weekly baking?  Since starting at the Volunteer Bureau  in early November, I've enjoyed getting to  know many of you who are active volunteers in the community. Christmas is a  . busy time for everyone, but I do hope to  meet those of you whom I have not already  in the weeks ahead. Please feel free to  drop by the office any Monday, Wednesday or Friday. Seasons Greetings to  you all from the Volunteer Bureau and  Community Services.  JOAN COWDEROY, VOLUNTEER  BUREAU - 885-5881  THIS PROJECT IS FUNDED BY THE  B.C. MINISTRY OF HUMAN  RESOURCES  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SALES & SERVICE  885-9816  Ask about our  "Package" ideals.  IN THE ^ OF SECHELT  iw Open MONDAY ��� SATURDAY, 9:30am ��� 5:30  Admiral  Mark of Quality  APPLIANCES & TELEVISIONS  (ASA MARTINEZ wishes: "Felices Fiestas  de Navidad"  9b M. ou/i ^Wfiftds and CustomeAq  {/torn the  Martinez Family  ��� ��� ��� ���  Tickets arc still available for our  NEW YEAR'S EVE GALA  and SMORGASBORD  NEW YEAR'S DAY.  Phone for reservation* 885*2911  SKIDDER OWNERS  Operating in rough local conditions ��� Your skidder deserves the  best tires available. We have them tit the MOST COMPETITIVE  PRICES. 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I  tif  ���/:,* wr"- ��y*;,(   i  ��� ;  Iy;Y^,    ��<v % , a  Bfc^t 1 -W vVsV; vy  SOME OF THESE CANDLES  ARE DANGEROUS.  If you have purchased one of these from  Fawkes Books or Bullwinkle Glassworks,  PLEASE RETURN THEM  TO THE STORE. r*  The Grub Baa  Not for the  of an 8-inch pie pan. Bake 8-10 minutes.  Remove from oven and cool shell completely. .-, y*.  Blend vanilla, whipped dessert-mix and  light cream in a small bowl. Whip on high  speed with electric mixer about one  minute. Slowly blend in chilled Cointreau  and water. Whip on high speed about two  mjnutes. Fold in half of the whipped  cream: Turn into cooled graham cracker  crust. Refrigerate until set, at least one  hour. Garnish each serving with a dollop of  the remaining whipped cream and an  orange segment.  Note; The holidays come but once a  year ��� we'll diet on January 2,1980.  Wednesday, December 12,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageC-3  Christmas is the imagination that  makes small children hear ihe prancing of  reindeer hoofs. It's the special  "something" that brings out the best in all  of us. Above all, Christmas is the love that  knits together a family across distance  and time ��� Christmas is remembrance.  When I was a girl at home, the whirr of  the egg-beater making egg nog was the  first sound we heard on Christmas morning. My dad, at the handle of that beater,  was an expert. He often seved it before  noon on Christmas. About eleven, folks  would start dropping by ��� and with Dad's  brew, was served my mother's good  cookies, fruit breads and cakes. For those  who didn't trust his measurements ���  coffee and sandwiches were always on  hand.  We can buy a very good egg nog from  dairy shelves now, but somehow come  Christmas morning, I still expect to hear  the hum of Dad's long ago beater.  Here's Grandma's (Old, old) receipt  (as she called it). Not for the timid.  Separate:  12 eggs, putting the whites in one large  bowl and the yolks in another. After  beating the yolks till thick and lemon-  colored, gradually add one cup granulated  sugar, beating after each addition until  fluffy, and thick. Then while continuing to  beat, I add, drop by drop ��� % cup brandy.  The brandy cooks the eggs. Then add, just  as slowly, 1% cups whiskey, Ya cup peach  brandy ��� mix well.  After this mixture sets in the spring  house overnight, stir in: 1% quarts milk,  1V4 teaspoon grated nutmeg.  At serving time, I beat the egg whites  until they peak when the beater is lifted,  then carefully fold into the mixture. Makes  two quarts and a few happy guests.  cup fine graham cracker crumbs, three  tablespoons sugar, one teaspoon grated  orange rind, three tablespoons softened  butter or margarine, one 3% oz. pkg.  vanilla whipped dessert mix, V2. cup light  cream, one cup heavy cream, whipped,  orange half slices. j  Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Combine Cointreau and water in a measuring  cup. Chill in refrigerator. Combine  graham cracker crumbs, sugar, grated  orange peel and softened butter.  Press firmly against bottom and sides  I WISH TO THANK THE CITIZENS OF GIBSONS WHCTSUP-  PORTED ME IN MY RECENT RE-ELECTION FOR ALDERMAN.  I SHALL CONTINUE TO SERVE TO THE BEST OF MY ABILITY.  YOUR HELP AND ADVICE WILL ALWAYS BE WELCOME.  LARRY TRAINOR  . ALDERMAN  EGG NOG ALMOND LOAF (Tea Break)  Stir together 2V_ cups all purpose flour  (unsifted), % cup sugar, Vh. teaspoons  baking powder, one teaspoon salt, V2  teaspoon each of ground nutmeg and  grated lemon peel and one cup chopped  toasted almonds. Also combine three  tablespoons salad oil, IV4 cups commercial  egg nog and one egg; stir into dry  ingredients just till well-blended (do hot  beat).  Pour batter into a well-greased and  flour dusted 9x5 loaf pan or three small  pans each 5Ms x 3% inches. Bake in a 350  degrees F. oven about one hour for large  loaf (about40 minutes for smaller loaves.)  Let them cool in pans about five minutes,  then turn out on a wire rack to cool com-  EGG NOG WAFF.LES  FOR A HOLIDAY BREAKFAST  In a bowl, combine two cups baking  mix (bisquick mix), Y* teaspoon grated  nutmeg, two tablespoons salad oil, 1 Ms  cups commercial egg nog and one egg;  Beat with a rotary beater till smooth. Bake  in a pre-heated electric waffle iron. This  amount makes eight four-inch square  waffles.  EGG NOG CUSTARD PIE  Combine one package (4^ oz.) egg  custard mix, 2% cups commercial egg nog  and one egg yolk.  Bring quickly to boiling, stirring  constantly. Remove from heat and cool,  uncovered for 30 minutes, stirring often  with a wire whip.  Beat one egg white until soft peaks  form. Fold into cooled custard mixture,  then spoon into a baked and cooled nine-  inch pastry shell. Cover lightly and chill  until set, about three hours or overnight.  To serve beat one cup whipping cream  stiff, add two tablespoons powdered sugar  and Vh teaspoon rum or brandy extract.  Spread over chilled pie and sprinkle  lightly with ground nutmeg. Will serve six  to eight.   COINTREAU-FLAVORED CHIFFON PIE  V4 cup Cointreau, xk cup cold water, one  Task force  launches national  study on LP  The Canadian Association for Children  with Learning Disabilities announces the  completion and public release of Its Task  Force Report and Five Year Program  Development Plan.  Funded by the Department of Health  and "Welfare, It Is unique In that It la a  federal report which will have far  reaching Impnct throughout all the  provinces and ultimately In every  Canadian classroom.  The 2fi��-pago report Is the most com-  prehcaslve study undertaken in Canada of  a problem affecting 10 to 10 per cent of the  population. A condensed version of this  report ia to be presented lo llafo Mair,  Minister of Health for the Province of  British Columbia at 9:30 n,m. today,  December .1, 1971) in tho Hemlock Room,  Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.  During the year-long study, tho Task  Force crlaa-croafictf the country, conducted public lectures and meetings with  universities, service clubs, parent groups  and tho media, received more than  seventy submissions and briefs and heard  statements from hundreds of parcnta and  professionals involved directly with young  pcojlewlth^  Tho report highlights ten major  pfoblom nreaa Identified ond Includes  recommendations for action by the  CACLD with its affiliated provincial  associations.  \  Attend the of  Church Your Choice  a  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  SOCIETY  SECHELT  Services ���  Sundays 11,30'am.  Wednesdays.7.00 p.m.  Sunday School 11.30 a.m.  (All in United Church edifice on  main  highway  in  Davis  Bay  Evaryon* it warmly invited to  attend.  Phone 885-3157 or 886-  7882  P.O. Box 1514. Socholt  UNITEP CHURCH  Pavic Bay ��� St. John's United  Sunday,-9-30 a.m. worship  Thursday,   2.30   p.m.   study  session     -    - ���  Gibson*   ���  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  ond share.  Pastor ��� The Rev.  George W. Inglls, B. Th.,  Phone 886-2333  JWwixJrpj-wi^.-i*'^^1'^**"^ <'*<?��� ?"���*/"'   ^ V**^**''y1    '*��� ^   '' -"  illlll^Y^y^^,.  :^^^:^:$-SJ^;'J-^te'.' ������-   '      ' ''''���'  FOLD DOORS  2'6x6'8  TWO PAN  FULL LOUVRE  4'0x6'8-4PAN  FULL LOUVRE  95  l+ICHIP  INSULATION  FIBERGLASS INSULATION  GOVERNMENT "CHIPS" PROGRAM  Government "Chips" Program . save now on energy efficient Fibreglasa  Insulation. Get up to $50000 Government Grant on Insulating If your home was  built before 1981. 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Psychologists say that in times of world  crisis, there is an upswing in the taste for  the occult. Television, movie billboards  and books indicate that we are, indeed, in  troubled times. Vampirism, monsters and'  violence abound in fictional print and film.  It is as though man needs to confront  the forces of evil and see them conquered  by good, even if only vicariously. The first  of today's novels are screenplays. ALIEN  . is a recent release by Twentieth Century-  Fox Films and DAMIEN OMEN II, one of  their 1978 films.  I found ALIEN disappointing as a book.  While the story begins with the  foreshadowing of terrifying events, it  ends in a typical chase plot. A large  . monster plays hide and seek with the crew  of a space ship a la Star Trek. The in  teresting thing about this tale Is that a  female wins out in the end. Placating both  the feminists and the jocks, the author  makes it unclear whether it is talent or  just luck that saves her.  DAMIEN OMEN II, on the other hand,  is quite entertaining. It does not pretend to  be anything other than a novel written for  a screenplay. The centre section with  movie outtakes proves it. Also, its classic  plot in which the forces of good and evil  ; war it out, remain eternally appealing.  While the reader emphathizes with the  beautiful and confused Damien, he feels  appalled even by the empathy itself.  Damien approaches the age of  awareness. He begins to acknowledge the  fact that he has awesome powers and adult  advocates ready to serve.  But while he exalts in his new-found  role, he feels dependent upon his  "parents" and his "brother". As the story  progresses it becomes evident that evil is  almost impossible to destroy and the  devil's representative especially, so. The  ending is surprising and foretells yet  another OMEN film.  The last and the least of the popular  novels on the monster theme is THE  APPARITION. It begins as John Palmer  who has had the odd out-of-body experience , becomes involved with some  small town punks.j Palmer eventually  mixes it up with them and a car accident is  the result. Palmer lies seriously injured in  hospital. He escapes from his broken body  to avenge his demise. One after the other  of his opponents meets a terrible end after  being frightened out of his wits by THE  APPARITION.  Any self-respecting out-of-body  traveller I have read about, has not  travelled as far as John Palmer nor have  they been able to cause nasty accidents to  occur. This one does. The only interesting  part of the book is a wry ending and a  unique description about how it feels to.  traverse the lonely trail between the body  and the spirit.  SUNSHINE COAST  ARTS CENTRE  Trail and Medusa, Sechelt  885-5412  Tue-Sat - 11 am-4 pm  1  ��� CHRISTMAS SALE OF  ARTWORK  Ends Dec. 15  ��� THE GLASS BOX -  MIME  Thurs. Dec. 13 - 7:30 pm  with  GERARDO AVILA  & JAY BURN  ��� ARTS CENTRE CLOSED  DEC. 16 to JAN. 4  : Sponsored by=  Magic Mushroom  Stereo Shop  RICK SCOTT and Joseph Mock of the popular Pied Pear will be appearing at the Roberts Creek Hall this Friday.  MIME IS THE mirror of society, the  language of gesture, the art of  silence, the science of illusion. Mime,  is relate&to clowning puppetry, mask  art, magic, all circus skills, drama  and dance. Come to the Arts Centre in  Sechelt, Thursday, December 13"%t  7:30 p.m. and enjoy a special holiday  performance by Gerardo Avila and  Jay Burn. y  m00m~-  detected oj &&fo.  &�������&  Pied Pear appearing  BULLWINKLE  TRAIL BAY AAAU,-SECHELT  \ i  GLASSWORKS  885-5533tt^_gg  ea  111/4 f I U I'll  Tickets available in advance  Phone 886-2888  Please book early  First Annual  NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY  We have room for 50 people to  celebrate the coming of The New Year.  "An Extravaganza of Music, Food & Drink"  9 p.m. -1 a.m.       Dress: 1930's Formal  $50 per person or $95 per couple, all Included.  Taxi Service available for Over-achievers  iii/rii tilt  Rick Scott and Joseph Mock have been  playing together for the last five years. In  the beginning, along with Shari Ulrich,  they were known as the Pied Pumkin.  Now they perform as a duet called the  Pied Pear.  Within that time, four albums have  been recorded; The Pied Pumkin String  Ensemble, Pied Pumkin Allah Mode, The  Pear of Pied Pumkin and the Pied Pear7  The group started by playing in the  small town dance halls of B.C. where their  indigenous music is much appreciated by  the peoples who come out of the hills and  surrounding towns. Their over-night  popularity and unique approach to performing gave them a unique opportunity to  by-pass the bread and butter bar jobs.  They were soon in demand to open shows  for such performers as Vassar Clements,  Doug Kershaw, Bonnie RaJtt, J.J. Cale,  Earl Scruggs Review, Goose Creek  Symphony and Jesse Collin Young. They  have toured with Valdy and Jose  Feliclano. Once they even performed with  the symphony on a CBC TV show.  Their music has been played nationally  on radio programs such as Mornlngslde,  Touch the Earth, The Great Canadian  Gold Rush and Dr. Bondolo. On TV they  have been seen on Canadian Express, The  Vancouver Show, Nice Show Like You,  Cafe Hibou and a half hour special of a  performance In Ottawa. They have also  been touring Canada playing folk festivals  of Ottawa, Hamilton, London, Winnipeg,  Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver. Scott  also scored the music for the  NFB  SUNCOAST CRISS CROSS- by Jo Melnyk  r  I"  r~  4  M  T  f-  '  w  ir  n"  IT  14  ii  !  w  \f  ���  W  F  ���  1  ,  !T  ������  U  w  1  1  w  ���  "  ...  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Future lime  Butcher?  T<      3'  10, Vibrated harshly  11, Foreign  12, Hat  13, Plants  21. Cheer  23, Epic poetry  29, Measurement  27. Prayer  28. Hind ,      ,,..  29. Direction  30. Rename  34. Country  3, Perfume  ia. Glass panel  43, Shell Stock,  44, Chest  46, Royal Naval  Service  47, Hold  48, Weird  49, Unfolds  50, Protection  .53, duontlty   .     ,,  53.' Irish nobleman  36, Masc, name  57. Number (Pi.)  60. Village (Scots.)  5Ut1C-H5T _HHY_L_R LTD  39. Discontent  ,4or,.0Kra<Jid������,.  42. Narrative  iasemsx_xs  Next to St, Mary'e, S��he|t\ 885-5111  DL2180   .  animated cartoon "Street Musique."  Dressed in colorful clothes, the Pied  Pear appeal to the eye as well as the ear.  Rick Scott is full of expression; a man of a  thousand faces, a super-ball of energy.  While spending a year in Japan with a  group called The Lotus Eaters, he  naturally adapted a personal style of  visual presentation to enhance his song to  a people who do not use English as their  native tongue. As a songwriter, he is the  more prolific of the two, writing with a  touch of the absurd mixed with a sensitivity that can draw a tear, set the mind  to reeling or get the feet tapping. He was  once described as the Roger Plant (the  Who?) of folk music and the Jimmie  Hendrix of the dulcimer (the What?). The,  music of Joe Mock reflects his personality  which is the quieter of the two. His unique  approach to the guitar ��� using bassline,  rhythm and melody all at once ��� combined with Scott's self-taught style  presents a sound that is fresh and surprisingly inviting. Mock wrote Flying and  I'm Ready which were the AM hits that  launched the Hometown Band.  (Note: Snarl Ulrich ~ vocals, fiddle,  flute, mandolin, saxophone ��� Joined the  Hometown Band from A & M records. She  Is presently writing tunes for an album of  her own and occasionally performs with  the Pled Pear.  The music of the Pled Pear has been  described as funky blue-grass, punk folk  with Jazz-rock classical overtones. It has  the touch of many styles and along with  the instrumentation, has a distinct sound.  Though seemingly folky, playing dulcimer  and guitar (or piano), the music they play  cooks with syncopation and counterpoint  to the advantage that they aro one of the  few folk groups to perform at dances. Also,  they have such a wealth of original  composition that much of their most  requested material has yet to bo recorded,  Aside from tho material, their sets are  unprogramrned so that the performance Is  more a reflection of the audience ln the  nqw.  Much to the groups delight, their music  Is well loved by children, and audiences  readily participate In tho singing. An often ,  heard comments Is, "How can two people  make so much music?"'"      '  For further Information contact R.  Scott or J. Mock at tho below address.  Appearing at tho Roberta Creek Hall,  Friday, Dec. 14 at 8:30 p.m. $4 at the door,  children 12 years and under free.  Community carol service  A community Christmas Carol Service  will be held in, the Sechelt Baptist Church  at 7 p.m.. December 18, Music will be  prWdcoHjy IfieWiiihlne^orlsKra with  ���tniisctof jjs^^^  Bunny Shupc.  The offering will go to the Save the  Children Fund.  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.  FRIDAY NIGHTS  9 p.m. til ?  Come and enjoy the  evening with us I  'weu.  jlpwnFtjk  883-2674  TWILIGHT THEATRE  GIBSONS For Times Call 886-2827  ������*����������**��**����*** *************** *  Once in awhile  someone fights back.  ALPACINO  WED, DEC. 12  THURS, DEC. 13  FRI. DEC. 14  SAT, DEC. 15  MATURE  Frequent  coarie language B  ���wearing, occasional violence.  For Starting  lima Confirmation  I'lawi,* Phono  886-2827  The Theatre wiH be closed from DECEMBER 16  to 25 INCLUSIVE, but wM reopen on Boxing Day.  Please watch for our ad next week.  ******* * * ** * ** * * * ****************** ^  *  ��� \ ���  FOR  PRECISION  SHARPENING  ON ALL  SKATES  _;���*  No. 1 IN COLOR T.V-  Now Open Mondays-Saturday, 9:30 am-5:30 pm  SUNSHINE COAST T.V.  -       _^i^  STEREO & APPLIANCE'  IN THE ^P OF SECHELT  885-9816  Cowrl* St.  AFTER THE SALE IT IS THE SERVICE THAT COUNTS  Date Pad  Dec 12    'Canadian Calorie Counters, 7:30 p.m. For info call 886-8354.  Dec. 13   ���  Tetrahedron Ski Club monthly meetings, Woyne Greggain's  house. Gibsons, 8 p.m.'New members welcome. For info call 886-9539.  Dec   14      Country Squares Dance Club, Roberts Creek Elementary, 8-11  p.m. For info call 886-8027.  Dec. 16��� Carol Service by Sunshine Choristers. Sechelt, Baptist Church,'  7:30 p.m.  Dec. 18 ��� Women's Aglow Fellowship Meeting. Harmony Hall, Gibsons,  11 30 a.m. All ladies welcome. Call 886-7426.  Dec. 1 1      Family Dance featuring Pied Pear, Roberts Creek Community  HoiU  8-30 p.m.  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum has display of Mammoth Remains, from  Babine Lake, B.C. at Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons. Museum hours: Sat." 2-4  p.m. For special tours call Sheila Kitson at 886-9335 after 5 p.m.  Dec. 15 ���Guides and Brownies Pathfinders Bazaar at Trail Bay Mall.  The Christmas lights at Weal Inn are ready and will be open Mon., Thurs.  and Sat." starting December 6th. Groups welcomed  Gibsons Hospital Auxiliary Christmas Card Fund now accepting donations. ���  at the 3 local banks in Gibsons up to and including December 14. For  info call 886-7010.  USE THIS SPACE TO PROMOTE YOUR ORGANIZATIONS EVENTS.  ITS FREE. CAU 885-3231.  I  Does Your Club or Group Report  Its Activities Regularly to The Times it  <*>  THE GREAT CANADIAN DOUGH FACTORY ~ Oor Specialties  are pizza, salad bar and submarine sandwiches. Licensed  premises. Open 7 days a week. Weekdays: 11 am-midnight,  weekends: 11 am-l: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.  GRAJVIMA'S PUB ��� 10 a.m. - midnight, Mondays thru Saturdays. Lunch served 'till 9 p.m.  MIR. MIKES STEAK HOUSE ��� Full dining facilities. Featuring  Char-Broiled Steaks, Mike Burgers, Shrimp, & Oyster Pinner.  "Takeout 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. 1Q1, Gibsons."Open Mpn.-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. 886r9334.  THE HOMESTEAD RESTAURANT ��� Prime Rib, Baron of Beef  and Seafood, Located on Hwy! 101, Davis Bay. Open 7 days a  week 9 am ��� 10 pm. 885-2933. Fully licensed.  GOLDEN CITY RESTAURANT ~ Chinese & Canadian cuisine.  Fully licensed. Located on Wharf St., Sechelt. 885-2511.  SECHELT INN ��� Family style dining - Ddl1y~Speclals - 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   W����k.XamJUI,,^..'^8B5^98U,'.-��.- .-������..*.. ,.^.,��,,,*,^,.���  HALFMOON INN ��� Regular Dinner Menu, Tues to Thursday.  4:30 - 10 pm, Featuring a Smorgasbord Friday, Saturday, and  Sunday 4:30 ��� 10:00 pm. Fully licensed. Located on Hwy 101 ���  8 miles north of Sechelt. 885-5300.  LORD JIM'S LODGE ���- Brunch, Saturday and Sunday only, 9  am, to 1 p.m. Dinner Friday and Saturday, 6 p.m.-9 p.m. and  Sunday 5 p,m.-8 p.m. Monday to Thursday"- Catering to small  groups,- reservations requested. Open 7 days a 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. Open 7 days  kK��Mfc^^^^-'  Wednesday, December 12,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageG5  Wednesday, Dec. 12  CHANNEL2  CHANNIL. 4  CHANNBL5  CHANNEL ��  . CHANNEL 7  CHANNBL 8  CHANNBL 9  CHANNBL 11  CHANNBL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00  News'  AU My ChUdren  Cont'd.  Days Of  News  News  News  Nova  News  Donahue    ��� -  ,  AU My ChUdren  Cont'd.  15:30  Country Joy  Our Lives  Ida Clarkson  As the   .  Alan Hamel  Confd.  JAndy Griffith  Confd.  1:00  Today  Cont'd.  l Life To Live ,  , The Doctors  Marcus Welby  World Turns  Cont'd.  Let's Sing  Movie:  1 Day- at a Time  Movie:  1:30  Cont'd.  Another World  Cont'd.  Guiding Light  Another World  Discovering  Island of Blue  Love  Of  Life  The Big Land  2:00  Edge of Night  Take 30  General  Confd.  Broadcast  Confd.  Confd.    .  Juba  Dolphins  3's A Crowd  Confd.             '  2:30  Hospital .  Confd.  Take 30  1 Day at a Time  Confd.  Freestyle  Confd.  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_ The Ministry of Education has added
^$80 million to the shared portion of
'elementary-secondary operating costs,
but has nullified its effect by increasing
the1 provincial education taxes by more
than that amount.   . \-   •   :'" *
BCTJF,. President - Al, Blakey has
described, the, 2.5 mills added, to the
estimated, basic levy'for 1980'as "'totally
' unnecessary and a further step away from
any increase in provincial sharing. The
current 43.5 mill estimate means Victoria's share of the Basic Education
Program will be reduced to 35 per cent
from last year's 39. Moreover," Blakey
declared, "the,ministry's share in -dollar
terms will actually be less than last year.
' "Our calculations also suggest that the
ministry has underestimated .total
property assessments. We predict that the
2.5 mill increase will subsequently be
reduced in line with the pattern
established over the past two years."
This kind of manipulation reflected in
the basic levy increase is obviously a play
aimed at forcing school boards to cut back
on their provisional budgets currently
averaging 10.5 per cent over 1979, Blakey
said.
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ATTORNEY AL PACINO (r) and
Judge Jack Warden restrain Jeffrey
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AND JUSTICE FOR ALL
". . .And Justice For All." Tambor
plays Pacino's law partner, who goes
beserk when he learns that one of his
clients a psycho killer has
committed another bizarre crime.
The Joe Wizan Presentation of a
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Exposing injustice a Hollywood pasttime
In Norman Jewison's "T..And Justice
For AU," Al Pacino plays a young criminal
attorney who' has one aberration. He
believes in justice.
To some, that makes him a flake, to
others a crusader. Pacino insists he's
neither. All he wants to do is protect the
rights of his criminal clientele, earn a
decent living and sleep at.night without
being cross-examined- by his own conscience.
It's not easy.
His caseload includes a terrified youth
who faces five years in prison for a traffic
ticket coupled with a clerical .comedy of.
errors,-Another clienti&ffef&skieffeaider
who would be'oh probation if-a substitute
lawyer had opened his briefcase — and
read his notes — at the hearing.
Now, he is under pressure to defend a
distinguished judge, accused of raping and
battering a girl. The jurist may be guilty
as hell, or at least as charged, but if
Pacino can prove him innocent, he will win
some powerful new friends and guarantee
himself a gilt-edged future.
The stage is set for the kind of crackling
confrontation which has given the screen
some of its finest moments.
The search for justice has fascinated
audiences — and great actors — almost
since the movies found their voice.
It was in 1939, for example, that Jimmy
Stewart established his screen persona ih
the title role of Frank. Capra's "Mr. Smith
Goes To Washington." The volatile
mixture of comedy and power politics cast
Stewart as a freshman lawmaker in the
manipulative,;hands.. pf machine  bossV,
the notorious Scopes trial, the screen
version of the hit Broadway play starred
Tracy as the legendary lawyer, Clarence
Darrow, at the stormy climax of his
career. Darrow could easily have
sidestepped the trial — a teacher, charged
with defaming God by teaching Darwin's
theory, of evolution to rural grade
schoolers.
But he relished a good fight on a matter
of principle. The result, historically, was a
landmark in the separation of church and
state in America. Cinematically, it was a
film classic.
Tracy's soft-spoken flair for fighting
Edward! Arnold ^and^a sold-out senatoEjriUfojustice was employed,-, uu two.'.jjiore...
Claude Rains. When Stewart filibustered / memorable movies. In "Bad Day at Black
through a long, hoarse night, moviegoers
not only cheered but enjoyed a rare
glimpse of how deals — and laws — are
sometimes made on Capital Hill.
An older, more experienced but equally,
embattled figure was played by Spencer
Tracy in "Inherit The Wind." Drawn from
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•Rock," he was the one-armed ex-war hero
who stefspecLoff a train at a remote south-.
western village and .peeled away the
layers of the town's guilty past. In
"Judgment at Nuremburg," he was the
judge who demanded a meaningful punctuation to the grimmest page in world
history.
Like Tracy, Jose Ferrer has made
several dramatic contributions to the
cause of justice. Humphrey Bogart took,
the pivotal role — and an Oscar
nomination — as Captain Queeg in "The
Caine Mutiny." But it was Ferrer's incessant prodding, coaxing, needling and
legal skills which led Bogart, as Captain
Queeg, from cool common sense to sudden
flashes of paranoia.
Equally vivid was his performance as
Captain Drey fuss — the scapegoat for a
well-contrived wave of anti-Semitism
which swept France in the late 19th
Century — in "I Accuse." The same
source material had earlier served to
bring an Academy Award nomination to
Paul Muni in The Life of Emile Zola,"
recounting the novelist's campaign to save
Dreyfuss' life at the risk of his own
reputation.
Muni had previously starred in perhaps
the most influential movie ever made
about penal abuse, "I Am a Fugitive From
A Chain Gang." Directed by Mervyn
_eroy, it opened in 1931 to shock waves of
controversy. Some were outraged by its
portrait of the brutal treatment of
prisoners on rural road gangs. Others
termed it "bleeding heart" propaganda
and a call to coddle criminals.
BuWew will ever forget its chilling final
scene and Muni's whispered two-word
prophecy of how he would spend, the
remainder of his life. Once again, the role
resulted in an Academy Award
nomination.
  Oscar honors, Including a Best Picture
Award and a nomination for Gregory
Pock, were bestowed in 1947 on a film
which ^took a subtler look at injustice,
Based on Laura Z. Hobspn's best seller
and directed by Ella Kazan, "Gentlemen's
Agreement" followed Peck into the furtive
world of religious bigotry. As an investigative writer who pretended (though
he wasn't) to M\" Jewish, * Peck" fdiind
himself unwelcome at hotels, restaurants
und the personnel offices of large corporations.
Few movies have ovor had more impact on tho social environment. Embarrassed executives — wjio recognized
themselves in ''Gentlemen's Agreement"
— ordered hiring policies changed. The
cede words used by hotels and clubs to *
warn minority members that they would
be unwelcome, vanished from newspaper
ads.
Tho role of the investigative reporter,
Iras also tiwfocus of wAUTtw Pre*tdeW*r
Men.'! As a footnote to history, a tribute to
American journalism and a dramatic tour-
de-force for co-stars Robert Redford and
Dustln Hoffman, it was rovcnllnH ... and
responsible . . . entertainment.
Two further films which followed the
path of "Gentlemen's Agreement" — to
skewer bigotry with filmmaking skill —
were "To Kill A Mockingbird" and "In
The Heat of the Night." The first brought
Peck the Oscar he'd nearly won four times
before, as a small town attorney who
challenged the lynch law of his friends and
neighbours.
,'' The second assigned two colorfully
contrasting characters — a redneck
sheriff and a college-trained black
detective — to the same murder in-
, vestigation, then watched the.sparks,fly.
Both the .film itself and RodSteiger, -yjajf^^w^,^
co-starred with Sidney PoitieVpwere Oscar
winners.
"Those pictures had certain elements
in common," says Norman Jewison, who
directed both "In The Heat of the Night"
and "...And Justice For All.'
"They were entertaining and, in turn,
highly successful. They didn't simply
attack injustice, but exposed it to humor,
drama, conflict, imagery . . yall the
weapons in the story teller's arsenal.
'In the end, they shed both light... and
pleasure."
A Joe Wizan Presentation of a Norman
Jewison Film for Columbia Pictures
release,"... And Justice For All" stars Al
Pacino, Jack Warden, John Forsythe and
Lee Strasberg. Produced by Patrick
Palmer and Norman Jewison, and
directed by Jewison from the screenplay
\>yx Valerie Curtin and Barry Levinson, it
co-stars Jeffrey Tambor, Christine Lahtl,
. Same Levene, Robert Christian, Thomas
Waites, Larry Bryggman, Craig T. Nelson
and Dominic Chianese. Joe Wizan is
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' \   \   1  Page C-8 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, December 12, 1979  ARTIFACTS  Community  influence  Sunshine Coast Arts  Centre ahd Arts Council  This will be the last Artifacts column  until the New Year as we plan to close  down the Arts Centre on Saturday,  December 15 and give ourselves a little  holiday before plunging into the 1980's  program.  All Arts Council work is done by  volunteers, and thanks must be given to all  for sustaining a full and varied program  since our Grand Opening August 3. A lot  has taken place during these past four  months and we have a great deal to be  proud of...Arts Council activities have  never been more in evidence and we plan  to maintain ourselves as a major force of  influence on the art in our community.  We opened the Arts Centre with an  exhibit of paintings by Dave Burggraf and  ceramics by Muriel Parfitt and continued  with a show of 23 artists from the ( Great  Vancouver Artists' Gallery, Nomi Kaplan  photographs, The Art of Craft, the mask  exhibit, View 1-A Juried Show, Children's  Art and Performance and the present  Christmas Sale of Artwork. All shows have  exemplified our aims of quality,  professionalism and distinctiveness.  There have also been five well-attended  music concerts, a highly successful craft  market, workshops of hand-tinted  photographs, mask-making and contact  improvisation, a mime performance  (December 13,) contact improvisation  performance, Greek Night and a  fascinating historical clothing event.  Again, all of this happened in four months.'  And what does the spring of 1980  behold? We open January 4 until January  24 with an exhibit of painting by Burrell  Swartz, then Trudy Small's exploratory  paintings (January 25 - February 14), a  two-man show with serigraphs by Toni  Onley and sculptures by Jim Krieger  (February 16 to March 6), paintings by  Pauline Lawson (March 7 to March 28),  Sam Black, Joan Warn, George Norris and  others yet to be confirmed.  Also, Susan Elek has six Countryside  Concerts in the works, Gillian Lowndes is  organizing two dance performances with  Double Vision Dance and the return of  Terminal City Dance plus four or five  movement arts workshops.  Gerardo Avila is bringing us fun with  Circus Minimus and Cirque Alexandre;  Jody Pilling arranged for us to be able to  hear tiie poetry and prose of Gerry  Gilbert, Daphne Marlatt, Joan Haggarty '  and Audrey Thomas; Judy Gates sees  three more International Food and Dance  Nights occurring and rumor has it that we  Will be getting part of the Pacific  Cinematheque film series.  Quite a full program...nothing like this  has happened on the Sunshine Coast and  though we are not without fault, judging,  from the supportive response we are  receiving, we are filling a Vital community  need.  Those interested in becoming involved,  wishing to help or just passing on ideas can  phone 886-2938 or 886-5412. Happy holidays,  everyone.  Thrift shop closed  The thrift shop will be closed for the  Festive Season from December 21 to  January 4.  The Hospital Auxiliaries wish to convey  their thanks to the public, for their continued support during 1979.  We extend our best wishes of the season  to all on the Peninsula.  Just a reminder that we will deliver your  purchases anywhere between Sechelt and  Gibsons, and in the Gibsons area. Just call  us if you can't come In. MISS BEE'S,  SECHELT.  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Tandy lUflit.iiii a limilad iming a moialnod m��i  Authorlitd SaUi C��ntr��  Trail Bay Mall  Sechelt  885-2568  Don't  forqet  the  batteries!  Whon yoti glvo ��  T��fftwry-oifwir��wo  gift. makQ suro  you ylvo bnllnr-  mis, too flndio  ShncK has n  wido aeleclion ol  bflttorioa. HALL SAYS  Board treated "unfairly"  SEAN TURRELL (right) and Robbie    elementary last Thursday to admire   raffled off as part of the .School's Fall  Newan both turned out to Sechelt    this gingerbread house which was   Faire.  Sechelt alderman Hank Hall started his  ���'  first term as alderman countering motions  \ene after another at the first meeting of  ;,yihe, Setehett Village Council last Wedr  y^hesday". '���    ������    (        s ���.     '"���',���-;  (lT  Hall feels the Sunshine Coast School  . -^District Board of trustees has been un-  ; ,|airly dealt with in matters concerning the  , proposed joint-use office building.  :,y|  A recent meeting between represen-  Y^fativeg of the Village of Sechelt and the  7. Sunshine Coast Regional Board resulted in  recommendations to the incoming council  y ^which excluded the school district from  '^participating in a joint-office building  - fitter nearly seven months of negotiating  tot find a suitable site.  1 The new council was considering the  ELUC meeting  on Hydro line  to go ahead  first of these recommendations-to join  the regional board in. an. office erected on  the Sechelt Sewage Treatment Site-when  Hall said it was the "worst thing to do at  this time..*the. way it's been handled...to  rush it through,"  Aid. Larry McDonald disagreed,  saying the school board has been "given  ample opportunity to give input" and have  "constantly changed their minds."  McDonald said he now would have  difficulty dealing with the school board  since the board chairman saw fit to express his feelings to everybody through a  letter to the newspapers.  "It's certainly not the way to communicate between governments," McDonald said.  "It is incumbent on us, this new  council... to go back and clear the air,"  Hall said.  Hall also took issue with the'site of the  joint office building. He said the council  had in its possession a petition from  Residents in the area objecting to anything  but residential in that area north of the  Hydro right-of-way.  The   council  approved   the   recom  mendations by the former joint-office  building  committee  which  included  striking a new joint-office building com*,  mittee authorized to appoint an. architect  to submit drawings for a building.  Hall moved the request from the SCRD.  to have the site rezoned from residential to ���  public assembly be denied, because it  contravened the vicinity plan.  McDonald told Hall if the request were  denied the property could not be considered for rezoning for another sue  months.  The amount of property purchased  originally took the concept of the village  and regional board jointoffice into consideration, he said.  Any objections from residents in the  area would be heard at a public hearing,  McDonald added.  But Hall insisted a jointoffice building  in that area would "erode and change a  residential area that four years ago.. .you  the council' created."  "I am not one to restrict debate but I  think it's time for the question," Mayor  Merv Boucher said.  Hall's motion was defeated.  The Garden Corner  Winter gardening  By Guy Symonds  The vegetable growing area of the  garden is admittedly a depressing sight at  this time of the year. It would be so much  more pleasant if it were all neat and clean  - and so wrong.  Time was, some years ago but not all  that long, when that was the proper way to  have the garden in the winter time, but  that was until someone showed us the evil  effects of leaching and bow to prevent it,  and what the frost does to "sweeten" the  land and control the "pest" population.  Hospital inquiry  ends report  to be written  New the experts are urging the values of  mulching.  So instead of allowing the present to  depress us maybe a little speculating or  even dreaming may be more pleasant and  - who knows - maybe a little more  valuable.  How about a special salad garden for  instance? A number of people who like to  grow things for the table don't have the  room to grow potatoes and carrots and  corn in any quantity, let alone the  sprawling varieties of squash and  vegetable marrow.  An article that crossed this writer's  desk recently brought out this point and  emphasized it with the assurance that a  piece of ground 12 ft. by 18 ft. or alternatively a circular area with a diameter of  15 ft. is plenty large enough to provide a  tasty salad bowl.  The planning part, of course, will mean  choosing the right things to sow. An obvious choice is lettuce and here the variety  is wide. This gardener for the past couple  The impartial inquiry called bjr the  board of trustees to St. Mary's Hospital to  investigate allegations of low staff morale    unw.. Mu.bU.^.v .vr r���   ,_ ..__._. .  and;^perating..pEoblemsa_.th��ihospital-, of-yegra.hashad very good success with ..^Mfflg^atasttjj^^  .' ' .    -  rr       "~   leaf'lettuce in the form of tape, now "l^^^f *^��fl* ��f the  in tapes last year and the germination was  very good with healthy looking young  plants in such profusion that it was  possible to give some away. Both the  grower and the recipients were very  disappointed when they completely failed  to fulfil the promise of their youth when  they were transplanted. They seemed to  take hold all right and did not die off but  just did nothing until in disgust they were  "returned to the earth that gave them"  where it is hoped they may serve a useful  destiny.  Some carrots can be sown in a small  patch and here the recommendation is to  sow as broad a band as possible. Bearing  in mind that these are not planned for a  fall crop all the young ones can be used  recklessly and with enjoyment during the  summer. Tomatoes are a must and there  are some very good "cherry" varities that  crop heavily. .Green onion sets can be  tucked into any odd 'corner thai occurs.  They develop quickly and soon become  ready for the salad bowl to be replaced  with new planting.  These are a few of the goodies that can  come out of a very small space if there is a  reasonable amount of planning and  forethought. ���  For the gardener out in the country  surroundings we offer another tip that  may be useful. Those of us in this category  know what havoc deer can cause. This  .gardener lost a row of raspberry canes  "i The Environmental Land Use Com-  ihittee's public meeting on the 500 kv  transmission line route across the Sechelt  peninsula has been okayed by the new  Minister of Environment.  | Environment Minister Stephen  Rodger's office confirmed that the  proposed meeting to be held in Madiera  Bark on January 11 will go ahead as  scheduled.  According to a spokesman from the  Ministry of Environment, Rodgers is  expected to chair the meeting.  Rodgers was unavailable to comment  on whether the meeting discussion would  be limited to the two proposed routes  accepted by ELUC in October,  Meanwhile, no new developments in the  proposed Sunshine Coast Regional District  board's enquiry into the transmission line  have taken place.  The PENiNsu_A*7frfle6'  Section D  Wednesday, December 12,1979  Pages 1-6  Pitch-In  Keep  Briti/h Colvmbia  Beautiful  Secret Setwty Salon  ��� CHRISTMAS GIFT CERTIFICATES  ��� STOCKING STUFFERS  ��� PERMS for PENSI0NERS..*2500  '_a?�� (includes Cot, Shampoo, Set)  BOOK NOW FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT  885-2818  Open:,Christmas Eve day, and New Year's Eve day  Reg. Hours: Tuesday to Saturday, 9 a.m.  <<**  | f3HHH����N^]_i  ^ejyuk^'  ended Friday  Dr. Lawrence Ranta of the B.C. Health  Association conducted the inquiry and told  The Times he will be compiling his report  this week. ��� : ,  The board asked for the independent  impartial inquiry November 21 "into  allegations made by the press regarding  alleged operating morale problems". "  Chairman of the hospital board Gordon  Hall told The Times he was "unaware" of  how Dr. Ranta conducted the inquiry,,  which began Dec. 3.  BCHA information officer Marilyn  Dimeo told The Times recently BCHA  staff is available to hospitals to offer objective recommendations concerning  problems.  becoming more common in its use. It is of  course not necessary to lay the whole tape  at one time, it can be cut into segments for  successive plantings. The butter crunch  type was a successful venture last year,  and this variety is apparently becoming  more popular as a sort of head lettuce.  Others might include the Ruby which as its  name implies is more dark red than green,  and the rather bitter but useful endive.  Radishes, of course and we know that  these must be sown a few at a time and in  close succession with fast growth to ensure  their tenderness and sweetness.  Cucumbers they say are easy to grow but  this has never been this gardener's experience. They, like the lettuce, were sown  EXPERIENCED WATER WELL  PRILLING  MORRIS GILBERT DRILLING  CALL POWELL RIVER COLLECT  485-5442 FREE ESTIMATES  WELLS FOR FARMS  HOMES AND COTTAGES  rosebushes right against the house. It was  learned and the information was passed  along in this Corner that small bags of  bonemeal scattered around the garden  would keep deer away and certainly when  this was done there were no more deer  around that particular area. Now we read  of an ancient practice said to be the  discovery of the native Indians who used  human hair for this purpose. After two  years of testing by the New York Botanical  Gardens the scientists tell us why. It is the  presence of a substance called sebum  which is secreted by the scalp glands so  hair cut off close to the scalp is better than  long hair. Men's hair it is said is better  than women's because���they say ���it-has  not been subjected to so much washing  dyeing and spraying. They claim that  human hair will repel deer up to about  three feet away - which may be a  drawback as a large garden would need an  awful lot of hair around - and it is only  effective for one season. The big advantage is that it is cheap as one imagines  any barber shop would be glad to get rid of  it. Also it wouldn't attract the neighbourhood dogs which find blood meal  Irresistible.  Next "Corner", still on the planning  ideas, will have a look at what is described  as "non-stop gardening".  fS  MTo*  0&  ^lii  ANNUAL 480 ml TEN-O-SIX LOTION  CHRISTMAS SPECIAL  FIVE COSMETIC SAMPLES  FREE WITH EVERY  480 ml TEN-OSIX LOTION.  $750  #"  w  \j\y^/ ANNUAL 900 ml }','��,        ' !'|  ANNUAL 900 ml  SPECIAL  SIX COSMETIC SAMPLES  FREE WITH EVERY  900 ml TENOSIX LOTION.  Sunshine  Coast  Lions Club  BRINGS  ��. Ss*^**'  , '  CEDAR PLAZA - GIBSONS  OPEM 7 DAYS A WEEK - SUNDAY: NOOM PM - 88641158  TRAIL BAY MALL  SATURDAY,  DECEMBER 15  - 2 PM to 5 PM  COME AND HAVE  YOUR PICTURE TAKEN  WITH  "���'""*^r\IH | Mr ���   - ��� -  4#_m!i'<fo>l,tii>t  /">&  '   >  ___��_  )  :r.v Pageu-*  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, December 12,1979  a Christmas tree  First step is'to equip syoufself with a  tape measure, then decide where you are  going to place the tree in your home. Jot  down height and measure breadth. Will  you want a slim or fat tree? Armed with  these statistics, assess the different trees  displayed on the lot, with a view :to  selecting one that���suits your space. Don't  plan to, tailor down' an overtaU tree. Cutting large portions off either end can be  done- but .won't give you very pleasing  results.  Next consideration is freshness. You  don't want a partial skeleton by the time  Christmas day rolls around. Run your  finger down a branch to see how needles  adhere. Then- bounce the tree on the  ground several times. If only a few needles  drop off, the tree is in fairly good shape  and should keep its freshness indoors  throughout the holiday season.  Test too for colour and smell. Does the  tree have the good green colour peculiar to  its species? Has it a marked fragrance?  Feel the limbs. Are they strong enough  to hold your ornaments and light strings?  Are there any unfortunate gaps, extrusions or flattened areas that might spoil  the effect of your decorated tree?  Many things to consider ��� but all said  and done, isn't the selection of the tree one  of the more pleasant family rituals of the  Christmas season?  MICK WOOD and Peter Allen say the best diving in Canada is right here on the Sunshine Coast. Mick and Peter  are managers of a marina in Pender Harbour.  Marina managers encourage diving  By EVI BLUETH  "The best diving in Canada is right  here!" said diver Mick Wood. He and his  diving buddy Peter Allen are presently  managing the Coho Marina in Madeira  Park. Both men, originally from New  Zealand, have been captivated by the  Sunshine Coast and have thoughts of  buying the Marina.  Mick and Peter have resided on the  coast sue years now. Aside from logging  and various mechanic-type jobs they have  done local free-lance diving. It is an exciting change for "them to be living and  working so close to the sea. During the  summer their skills came in handy. Often  they are called upon to change clients boat  jiropellors or to retrieve motors and other  objects that fall overboard.  Mick complains that the local diving  jobs aren't challenging enough. In New  Zealand he worked as a commercial diver  doing off shore drilling for oil. During his  travels he had the experience of diving  down into the blue holes, underwater'  caves near Florida, and exploring the  marine life near Manitoo.-Springs -iri  California. "We're lovers of the sea, we"  like plants and fish life. Seals, dolphins  and porpoises are really inquisitive. They  will come right up to you to see whats  going on," recounted Peter.  "From the moment you leave the  surface your life is in the hands of your  equipment" said Mick. He feels that many  diving tragedies are based on ignorance or  lack of foresight: Both men believe that  divers using scuba gear should never go  beyond 100 ft. Peter continued to say,  "You have to know what things can  happen to you, and you have to know what  to do about them without panicking".  The symptoms of nitrogen narcosis  may not be recognized by an inexperienced diver. "It makes you do really  weird things and can affect a person's  judgement," Peter explained.  Both Mick and Peter feel that it is  foolish to dive alone, and that it is important to know your tides. Mishaps occur  when unknown rip tides sweep the diver  against unanticipated rocks.  When asked how diving here compares  to New Zealand Mick replied, "the water  in New Zealand is much warmer ahd  clearer and the marine life more,  colourful." They both agreed, however,.  that there are better communication  systems in remote places-in Canada than  New Zealand. Fearney Point, at the mouth  of the Agamemnon Channel is,one of ftp  divers more memorable visiting st>c*a;  "It's just a straight cliff. You can be down  at 50 feet and just see the surface! You can  see your buddy diving or floating around  up there and still see another 50 feet below  ��� you and a wall of sea anemones in "between!" described Peter.  The Coho Marina wishes to encourage  groups of divers to explore the surrounding waters. They recently purchased a  compressor for filling scuba bottles and  are willing to organize charter boat trips  to interesting diving areas.  Mick and Peter are glad that managing  the Marina still leaves time for diving. The  water is clear this tune of year making the  Madeira diving buddies ever more anxious  to head on under in search of as of yet  undiscovered marine creatures.  Hear Ye! Hear Ye!  PUBLIC MEETING SCHEDULE     *  REGIONAL BOARD _  Pec.  13 ��� Public Utilities Committee, 7:30 p.m., Board     ".-S  Room.  Dec. 20 ��� Planning & Regular Board Meeting, 7:30 p.m.,  Board Room.  SCHOOL BOARD  Regular meeting every 2nd and 4th Thursday, School  Board office, 7:30 p.m.  Dec, 13 ��� Educational Meeting, Bowen Island, 7 p.m.  ft��_ftngp  to all from  EASTWOOD & CO.  Barristers & Solicitors  #203-1192 Cowrie St., Sechelt.  885-5831  ,-K        ,v.v v,- Note:  ���HPjur offjce^will be closed on Dec.\  24,25^-26, "3T.   1979.  Jam   1  1980,    during    the    holiday  season. f  /  SALE $79900  EXCEPTIONAL VALUES  20" L1908  WAS $629.00  THE QUALITY GOES IH BEFORE THE NAME GOES OH  SUNSHINE COAST T.V.  885-9816  "After the SALE ��� It's the SERVICE that counts"  Cowrie St., Sechelt  HAPPY BIRTHDAY :  Darren Redman  Dec. 18,1979  Age 10.  It you would like to  join the Hey Kids  Birthday Club,  Send your name,  age and birthdate  to us at: Pen. Times,  Box 310,  Sechelt.  MAKE IT!! StrawberryNw-^   shake  To make a special Strawberry Shake you will need:  1/2 cup milk  1/4 cup of fresh or unsweetened frozen strawberries  1 tablespoon wheat germ  1 teaspoon honey  1. Place all the ingredients in the blender.  2. Cover the blender and run It. at high speed for about 1 minute.  3. If you don't have a blender, whip everything together with an egg  beater until it is well mixed and foamy.  4. Pour the shake into a drinking glass and serve.  5. If you like, you can use any other kind of fresh or frozen berries in  place of the strawberries.  FALLFAIRE  Last Thursday night, Sechelt Elementary had It's second annual Fall  Faire. There were lots of things to do and see, whether you were a  student or a parent. There were lots of crafts, which were all made  by the students, Kindergarten to Grade 7. There was everything  from hobby horses to candles to tree decorations. The games of  chance and skill were in the gym, where you could play games such  as Profldart, Ring the Neck, or Hockey Shoot-Out. And If you were  hungry, there was popcorn, hotdogs, drink, cake, and cookies. Mr.  Butcher ran Bingo, and there were two raffles, one for a rpg doll  and one could see masterpieces such as the Eiffel Tower, a coconut  dog, or a butterfly. Afterwards, the cakes were 9old, and used In  the cake walk. So, we raised a lot of money, and had a super time In  the process 11  DID YOU  SLEEP LATE  THIS MORNING?  Goofy Poems  I wish that my room had a floor,  I don't so much caro for a door,  But this walking around  Without touching tho ground,     '  Is getting to bo quite a bore.  Ono day I wont to tho zoo,  For I wanted to soo the old gnu,  But tho old gnu Was dead,  And fhe now gnu Ihoy said  Was too now a gnu to vlow.  There was a young follow of Perth,  jyyjB...yy.9* J?j��tD.,.pn���.!l1? *l9y���.p,fJx!a,^'.r.th��.._  Ho was married, thoy say,  On his wHo'b woddlhg day,  And he died when ho quitted the oarth.  This Is  our  Story  Frog, 'Sam"  Charlie Brown's Gang and the Winter Adventure.  One doy Lucy hoard there wat a contest, which was very big, and was only hold  twtcoayear, onto'Iri theWinter and one* In the lunimtr, It being the wintertime,  Lucy went to tee Schroodor;  "Schroodor, dear, I lound you and I a tlckat to enter the Talent contest I"  "No way II" .aid Schroedor, "I'm not going there, not for the world |"  "But Schroodor, dear, we'll do n figure skating act to the music ol tloolhovonl"  "Forgol Itl" tald Schroodor, and ho ilammed (he door,  "I nood a handsome, gorgeous, strong, personl" Lucy walled, All nt once, Snoopy  came up and kissed her.  "Get thai mutt away from mo I" shrieked Lucy, Snoopy held out a piece o| paper,  "O.K, sold Lucy, "But don'l think that I like you,"  Every mornlno thoy got up at five o'cloch, and he was to lift hor. ono tlmo and ho oot  pooped right away,  So, they finally made II lo the contest. The announcer yelled,  And now, live and In person, Snoopy and Lucy 111" The audience applauded and  cheered,  The two stepped on ��tage, and, seeing all the people, Snoopy got stage fright and   Mwldri! mavj^ond,, lM��y,..wall��d,ond,.aI*.d.��,-���.��,.���....,���, ., .,..���,��� ,,  ...,.���..,,.,,...���.. % Juliana   Miss Cawsey and Miss Gafos class  Secholt Elemontary. Yt-.  v;>y-'-  Wednesday, December 12,1979       The Peninsula Times  Page- 3  "   ���      wV, 7. \-. y  CHATELECH   JUNIOR   Secondary School Academic  Honour Roll November, 1979.  GRADE 8  Dawn Bandi, Trevor Blair, Carmella  De Los Santos, Susan McKibbin,  Theresa Matthaus, Debbie Midnight,  Heather Nicholson, David Parry,  Dianha Polok, Michelle Rogers,  Nicola Walkey.  GRADE 9  Stephen Almond, Nadine Hall, Elaine  Mathieson, Lisa .Matthaus, Ellen  Thomas, Kevin, Torvjck, Tina  Willoughby, Darcie Young.  GRADE 10  Lana Allan, Tony Brooks, Andrew  Frizzell,    Sherry   Jorgensen,  Stephenie.     Murphy,    , Petrina  .Nicholson,   Jenny  Pajor,   Kelly  Soieim, Yvonne Wong.,  HONOURABLE MENTION  GRADE 8  Sean Black, Dominic Brooks, Dean  Brown, Sean Eckford, David Foxall,  Debbie Gibb, Michelle Grognet. John  Moser, Mark Paetkau, Paul Perry,  Quinn Kelly, Kelly Sheridan, Igor  Shtenz, Vern Teller.  GRADE 9  Cindy Cnappell, Elizabeth Corbin,  Jennifer Dowman, Jill Flvoerfelt,  Deborah Killam, Tammy McPhail,  Tyler Parish.'Joanne Sigouin.  GRADE 10  Peter  Austin,  Eileen  Bandi,  Ray  Clayton,  Autumn Glessing,  Caron  , Hayward.  Page Q-\  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, December 12, 197ft  Pitch-In  And Imik  n PENINSULA  CLEANERS  SECHELT - GIBSONS  HOURS:  SUN., DEC. 23 CLOSED  MON., DEC. 24 OPEN 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.  TUES., DEC. 25 CLOSED  WED., DEC. 26 CLOSED  THURS., DEC. 27 CLOSED  FRI., DEC. 28 OPEN 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.  SAT., DEC. 29 OPEN 10 a.m. -4 p.m,  SUN., DEC. 30 CLOSED  MON., DEC. 31 CLOSED  TUES., JAN.  1 CLOSED  ���  mm  m&M^l       4?sf7  wslsY*  7sgP3- ,.,  Do  Yourself  Y'yy     '        -f  Xs%7   "*<?  f'7f> ';���".>  ��esss��  ���A "'wYf  ...... t .jjt:  Big Favour  this Christmas!! 1  ^$>�����{���':��� ���������-.������.   ,,. L  CHATLECH JR. Secondary School  Christmas Band program will take  nlace on Tuesday^ December 18th,  V ��� 30 p.m. at the Chatelech ? Gym j  Everyone is invited to attend the  program featuring the Chatelech  Senior and Junior Bands, plus the  with a  DISHWASHER  bands of Sechelt Elementary and  Roberts Creek Elementary. Tickets:  $1.00 Adults, 75 cents Students  and Old Age Pensioners. This will be  a good chance for the band to show  their new uniforms.  Does Your Club or Group  Report Its Activities  Regularly to The News?  204-18  White, Harvet Gold,  Almond  Porcelain  Enamel Interior  Kinsmen members perform  a variety of service roles  Active Members must be between the  ages of 21 and 40, of gpod character and  community standing, a resident within the  territorial limits of the Club, and should  not be an active member of another service organization.  Privileged Members are those members who have become disqualified to  continue active membership (over 40).  They automatically and immediately  become Privileged Members. They  continue to pay the Club's annual dues and  they enjoy the same privileges and duties  as an Active member except they cannot  hold office.  Honorary Members are elected for one  Vycar in recognition of some distinguished  service they have performed for community or club. Any man may be so  elected (by ballot), and may be re-elected  from year to year. He does not pay fees or  dues but is entitled to all the privileges of a  Gub except the holding of office and  voting.  Life Membership is bestowed on a  Kinsmen who has been a member of at  least seven years and who has served his  Club and the Association in a manner  deserving outstanding honor. Either a  past or present member of the Club may  be elected to Life Membership. He shall  enjoy during his lifetime the same  privileges as an Active member except the  holding of office. He is not obliged to attend meetings, pay an initiation fee or pay  annual dues.  s s  v" \  i        CORRECTION        fe  ^ Sorry for any inconvenience to ^  I customers for the ommission of ^  |t information in our flyer: ^  fc December 12, 1979. fc  Ik (present issue) * t  S The 10% S  5      DISCOUNT     I  8 IS ON PURCHASES OF fc  \ $5.00 AND OVER $  k Thank you t  \[___W\**&w>&s\  t Suniiycrant Cantr*, Glbiom 886-2442 k  K Maitorchargo Chargox K  Dual Wash  Action System  Waste Disposing  ' Action  Silverware  Baskets  %  KERN'S LOW, LOW  $389001  t:  daniadown  it is soo-oohofd lo leave  "pmimwm utM *m m *t�� mm wrm/imp urn *w ���  ����ln lion ol lhali cnnlinantal qiiilu Vnu ran lum ilnwn tha IinI  and auM k��n wily warm mi iha tuiimi nighia and li��a rmiiiill  mm ladioua MdmaWng lofavai  r.hooai mint accaiaonaa and diapaa Irnm I larga rnoica ol  rnia maicn colouri In naima piaia latint Ilia darmaling pin-  aiMliaa aia amliaaa, and makaa Ilia Waal gm  [lilin In and aaa why (laniailown la Ida moil popular quill in  Canada Oaalai lit! and colour brpcliiiia on iai|��ail  CI doniodown quilts lid.  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Yy;  iJyclliWqfer^  pllJlfertiljz^Le^^  [^FTERf LOWERING  7.;- regularly through spring| and summeryWhile;  L   plant js growing.       7     - 7 L'-y''''''''���':���'  FOR BUD FORMATION -   Cactus  requires drier;  copierVcb'n-y ;  ditippis,, plus the shorter^^d  w 'cactus^ at this period until the by^  yyfefljlizirigyq^^  This wilI ehsure buH formation for^  /���^���Y---:-^YYY'-'': ^'.y:'iThis^;spaiceLspbnsoredvby'''':  iNNiiii  yi ���--'-  Cowrie St;, Sechelt  '.ir" -,���..   >9ir-_    >>���*"   "���'  DOLLHOUSE  FURNITURE  SETTLERS COLLECTABLES  Brentwood Rocker  Dee. 11 - 9 am-t pm  FREESAUD MOULDS  TO THE FIRST 100 LADIES  FROM 6-9 pm.  Wednesday: Dec. 12 - 9 am-9 pm  FREEGIFT  FOR THE FIRST 100 MEN  6-9 pm. ^.  l 14-9 am-9 pm  20% OFF ALL GIFTS  AND CARDS IN  CARPET AREA  Dec. 15 - 9 am-6 pm  REGULAR  SHOPPING  w* =������:*   . -r* ������ '   ��**>, :  -^.^..^V^  HOURS  Thursday: Dec. 13 - 9 am-9 pm  20% OFF ALL JEWELRY  AND LEATHER GOODS  FROM 6-9 pm.  Sunday: Dec. 16 -10 am-4 pm  EVERYTHING!!!  EXCEPT TOBACCO  AND PRESCRIPTION  5Pc.  Dining Room Set  lust a few of the many items..  -MM     .-".''���������   "   ��� 'Ilk MW      ���   -uH.   ;    ���   ^  Ceramic Bath Tub  REQ. 2"  SANTA SUPER SAVING  $1"  Ceramic Pull Chain Toilet  REQ.2"  SANTA SUPER SAVING  44  $1  Ceramic Great Gataby Sink  RBO.2"  SANTA SUPER 8AVINQ  $14V  Miniature Fireplace with Tools  REQ. 8"  SANTA SUPER SAVING  (OO  10 ROLLS OF  LIFE SAVERS  with  poster  and doodle pens  Reg. $2.19  $3'  Sewing Machine    Th��.�� ��r�� idnalfothousehold  REQ. 3** decoration art.  SANTA SUPER SAVING  SHOW HOMF.  DOI.I. MOUSE  <,ll��N!IMI%��aillMHI(l  SALE    $| 59  HOSTESS POTATO CHIPS  ��� Plain dip ��� sour cream ��� salt & vinegar  Reg. 95'  SALE  Pot of Gold  Chocolates  Mb.  Reg. $4.95  SALE  ��� Almond Roca  9 oz. Reg. $3.75  SALE  t**��m~-A.i>_y'  SECHELT WESTERN DRUG MART  TRAIL BAY MALL , SECHELT 885-9833  885-9833  885-9455  &  <\b_  c<  i's  wW" t    ��� :��-.  X^^^i^^'tfJVhp-^i^;^-^'..).;,; sA'-Y  r-r';''y^y':-'j!;y^:^^^Hit^L^y^?'^  $*��_#?��  ji3MIM���l^^  7'.'77 7';  �� Pork Loin  I    -  8 Pork or Beef   Salami  ��   Sausages      Chubs  each  1.49  48 f Loi.  Mazola  1 litre  Beemaid  unpasteurized 3 Ib.  Aloha  Tetley  Tea Bags  72s  Walnut  Pieces  400 g  Lynn Valley  Peaches  UfLoz.  Sunmaid  Raisins 2,b.  Scott  180s  S       Sunkist  -Orange Juice  Gold Seal  32 f L oz. .  Libby's  ���  Sockeye  .99   Salmon  7 3/4oz. ....  Ubby's  89  Beans & Pork  UfLoz.   28 f L oz.  .89  Bick's Garlic or No Garlic  Polskie Dills     109 Dills  Red Kidney  \N Beans  %  '^^ Lumber|ack ...-.,��<.����   B Pancake Syrup 149  Flour i79 Angel Cake     129  |^? 1 litre  JL All Purpose   20 lbs. TT 14 1/2 qz.    X  ��5  20 oz.  32 f Loi.  Five Roses  32 f Lot  Duncan Hlnes  1 litre  Hunt's  Quaker  Northern Gold  PRODUCE  BAKERY  2 l���?}��    9/W. Quick Oats     189  Granola Bars   129  SB       daUC6    71/2oz. mmi    iVU 2.25kg ..  JL 12oz.,l        JL  8  Paper Napkins  Sunny Jim  Peanut Butter 750 n,.  MJ.B.  w01T6G  reg. or drip .....  14 oz. ..  Life Cereal  Borden  Hot Chocolate so 9  China Lily  Bean Sprouts  China Lily  Soya Sauce  Heinz  Tomato Juice  Kraft  Marmalade  19 fl oz.  17fLoz. ...  48flo_  24fLoz.  Dares  Cookies  16 oz.  After Eight Mints  200 g  Nabob  Lemon Pie Filling  8 oz.  DAIRY  Chinese  Mandarin 0 ranges ���,<.* 5  39  California  Celery  Canada No. 1  California Canada No. 1  Brussels Sprouts  lb.  California  Yams  Canada No. 1  .27  m%J%J  Honey  WHOLEWHEAT  BREAD  454 g   iVv  BUTTER TARTS  CUSTARD PIE  159  8" __,  Foremost  Ice Cream  Festive  flavours  Foromost  LggHOg    2 litre  Foremost  Party Dips  .95  .59  FROZEN FOOD  Fraservale  Fancy Pm  .99  Snocap  Hash Browns  3/1  5  I  ^������������������������^������^���^^ -Si ���  *.�����<���>��� iJr-v v-Y^^^y^Y''  lllHBM(__M_P^HHBsllli^^  ''MWmmWi    """   ISi8S��^^t^f  ���-.'et.    ,'  ���A V'   -���-.  ���.(V;  yy.  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DRIFTWOOD CRAFTS  ��� KITS CAMERAS  ��� CACTUS FLOWER  ��� JEANNIFS GIFTS & GEMS  ��� SUPERVALU  ��� SEARS  ��� TOYS FOR ALL AGES  ��� CREST SEWING CENTRE  ��� FAB SHOP  ��� FAWKES BOOKS & GIFTS  ��� Urs SOUND  ��� DIAMOND T.V.  ��� GODDARD'S  ��� YOU-DEL'S  ��� WESTERN DRUGS  ��� LIQUOR ADMINISTRATION  ��� BRANCH  ��� THE PARTY STOP  .-;���?.��:,   . .������'  Supplement to The Peninsula Times  X  ' Page? i  Supplement to T_ePenii___Times  '    ft  Wednesday, December 12,1S79  FOR THAT SPECIAL  V  RICHARD'S  ; .        f ��� "  has more Pre-Chris+mas Specials for You!  '(i/j  u.  '('  X  \  &. VESTS 20% off  ^_k��   M, polyester Ami,  S/ W*     lots ot colours & sizes  CLUB JACKETS  warmly lined   ��.0% Off  with team emblems  'SELECTED  SWEATERS  2096 off  WARM HIS NI6HTS WITH  ��s  SAVE 20%  Both flannelette & cotton  STANFIELD  BIKINI BRIEFS  Only W or  for  i  J  The store for  discriminating men.  RICHARD'S MEN'S WEAR  SUNraYCREST MAIL, eiBSONS 886-2116  V���J. Wednesday, December 12,1979  \ *  [������<i.  Supplement to The Peninsula Times,     ��� Page 3  ��������.' '..V'.'I'-tS-^" >> "-/'<> s^vvr-* -*t_  ...��* * ���*.-   ~.������ ���* *.-��.,   ��*    .-a  >4i*  "?Sv  -i*      ,* "*,  <�����: 3j  portion, bone in  ' . ' --:���' ������  ���J. - '  Gov't inspected,  fresh, whole  V,-.     v  *   _..' ���',-  ��    �� ^4. "J  *��� ������ar* ��� *����'������ ��� !*�� VfRffSP  .1  BLACK MAGIC ^  CHOCOLATES Rowntrees 1 lb; 454 g    V  SuperValu 398 ml tins  BEANS & PORK  9-Lives Al flavours. 170 g tins  CAT FOOD  SuperValu, frozen 355 ml tins  ORANGE JUICE  Pacific 385 ml tins  CANNED MILK  ��}      %(��>���    latf^/v,/     ._,��_     *^**-'^<  for  Nabob 1 lb. vaci vacuum bag  COFFEE  $049  Oven Fresh White or 80% W.W.  DINNER BUNS  IS  doz.  Aylmer, Fancy 1.36 Btre  TOMATO JUICE  SuperValu or Narcissus 284 ml fins  MUSHROOMS   1  Armstrong Mid, medium, old  CHEDDAR CHEESE  off;  REG.  PRICE  Swansons, frozen 11 oz.r chicken, beef, turkey  TV DINNERS  Nabob, Deluxe 125s  TEA BAGS  A  Oven Fresh Plain or cinnamon  CAKEDONUTS  Martha La'me 3 lb.  FRUIT CAKE  -i-  CHECK THIS WEEK'S PEN. TIMES  FOR OUR BIG 4-PAGE FLYER  Prices Effective TUESDAY, DEC. 11 - SATURDAY, DEC. 15  V  CENTRE  GIBSONS  * t  i  v   -  T       1  f     1  f      *  f ?  ���     t  i    '  >       V  \  1-     1  .   r    ���  r V   "  \ ^  t : -  T *  I       '  I :  \ *. ;  t *  V *  fc  l ���  V  I    ���  I \  \ X  i i    ^_  \ *   ���%���  \ '  r  t s  -  ' ���   7  ���";f <t jr.." r. 4 T K. ;V itx. 'j .�� ' ��  -.'itt"  :<-./��� i  ;< .1 ������ " ���:< :fi "   :<:f��  -.<����������.���.f  , r ��   ..   < > ��  /<  f r ��. .,   j. ��   .j ., ��� ��   .<  f r ��  :< .f r ��  :>   f ��  :'���   r' *  :>   il * :' .i' '   :'l  i " *  ���'   IT '   :<"  f' Page 4  Wednesday, December 12,1979  GIBSONS TRAV  A TRIP FOR SOMEONE  SPECIAL MAKES A GREAT GIFT.  We can take care of ALL vour Travel needs,  Air. Ship. Train, Medical, etc.  Sunnycrest Plaza 886-9255  SUNNYCREST CENTRE  GIBSONS     886-9413  CHARGEX  _____(  *vi*L-fi  ONE STOP SHOPPING  ���k-  .fc-ft:"^  '������ -4. ft,  \%  :4  \  *��S  SALE NOW ON - Gifts for the Whole Family  Gin  VALUES  HSHEMMN  Reg. $11.99  SA YE $3,11  **  EACH  100% ocfyfi4 3-gouga�� buky knit  front pott��m cr*w neck ptaflovers,  choose fiuwi a wide rontje erf colours.  SIZES: S-Mk. JQ_  SWEATER VALUES FOR MEN!  3 popular styles to choose from!  100% ACRYLIC  PULLOVERS  $C66  Reg. S7.9MS.99 ^IIeach  YOUR CHOICE 7?     *���������������.  100% acrylic 10 and 12 gauge pullovers. In assorted jocquord patterns &  plains. Choose from mock, V-neck or turtleneck styles. SIZES: S-M-L.Xl  collectively.  |       a\\��>\     Come color while  |W Mom shops at SAAN  | CONTEST WILL RUN UNTIL DEC 22. Prizes to be won for under  *  & over 8 years old. ' . Wednesday, December 12,1979  Supplement to The Peninsula Times  Page 5  _*A^  _.         v      C" C      C S^v*"-^  I MENNEN GIFT SETS  f SKIN BRACER & SOAP $949  \ SAW        O  I AFTER SHAVE, NAIL  i CUPPER, KNIFE $198  Jf SALE        m   .<  I   AFTER SHAVE SPEED  I   STICK  I        SALE   198  _ TIMFX Good Selection �� jf  TURTLES $098  g    ��� llfl--af% *|AO/       Miff $.    Mot Both Daifc or Mild Chocolate. 14 oz.  ..SALE    **  I WATCHES     Xll/O Oil if rST'iSm^^  ^^c��j��j��j^^j��^��^s^^w��Ea55��ssajsaw��o4K��J~! 2   J   ALL vll IWA AllII if AA/ ��  MAKE IT SNOW 77* I -I lWHWARE ����*   10% OFFj  iq oi* con ���^���������������*��**a)��it> *��������*..... ....������'������ Hf  SANTA LITES $177 I f STERLING SILVER     ono/      I  _mlntatur.ll9h,���t....,...: ::....SAiE * |-1 CHARMS _V79 OFF I  OUTDOOR LITES 77^ 1 &^^^^^^^^^m^^^^^^^^^^^*&  By Nomo, 4 pok C15CB-C9CB SALE ��� I |     ^^ ff| ^y^gg M|NJ pATT|ES $ |t9  15 UGHT INDOOR SET --�����-��� ��-..-*  By Noma, Set #2015-2115 - SALE  25 LIGHT OUTDOOR SET  #5152 Econoel $AlE  CHRISTMAS BOWS  25's.  SALE.  �� SMILES 'N CHUCKLES MINT PATTIES  | 125 g..   SALE 2 for  | CACHET COLOGNE SPRAY MIST  $; By Prince Matchabelli   Reg.$8.2554g ...SALE  I WE HAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF CHANEL NO. 5  I PRODUCTS SHOP EARLY FOR THIS POPULAR  1 FRAGRANCE  g TOYS & GAMES We have a Selection for All Ages  $595  STAR TREE TOP sale $169   _ wonderful waterfall  Insert the end light of your iroo string. Reg. $2.49.     ���_  GIFT WRAP  8 roll pak RFI Reg. $3.49 SALE  GIFT WRAP  5 roll pak, Reg. $2.75   SALE  GLOBE TROTTER CURLING IRON     $Q98  ByCharlescraft SALE   V  SUNBEAM SLICK STICK  CURLER-STYLERsale  ^ ........ ..    ... .\   . .L,  u:.^.,iB8:  $ By Porker, Reg. $8.95     - ���   ��� -SALE    ^  U Rog. $7.95 SALE*5  I VIEWMASTER VIEWERS $990  _. caie    ' >      a_i   ���'  $189  !     all  $14,95  $098  SCHICK DRYING STICK      $1 A95  1200          SALE  * TT  -SALE  | VIEWMASTER REEL PACKS  W 2! pictures  .SALE  V FISHER PRICE TOOL KIT  B Ages 3-7         ...SALE  % FISHER PRICE MEDICAL KIT $1A9S  fi Ages 3-7 SALE     JL1   . ���  g NEO CITRAN For Adults, 10s  SALE   *  | PROMATUSSIN CHILDREN'S COUGH SYRUP       ,19g  2 Rog. $2.69 '. ...SALE    *  * . DIMETAPP  EL1XER 250 ml. For Congestions Colds SALE\_t_7   ;  |95   I    ATRA BLADES By  Gillette. 5*s  SALE  ENGLISH LEATHER  Home' n Travel Collection $18.50 value SALE  OLD SPICE GIFT SETS  Ships wheel decanter SALE  LIGHTHOUSE DECANTER      $_49   f "����������"*-��'- ...��.*  %      FUNTSTONES with Iron, 100's, Reg. $7.29  SALE  139  jjf       TAMPAX Super, Super Plus, Aff% SALE   2r  $��79  2nd DEBUT NITE-LIFT NIGHT CREAM  30 ml   .SALE  SALE  98  $448  PREVALE SHAMPOOS  Balsam-Protein or Castillo, 900 ml 30 oz. SALE  SECRET UNSCENTED ANTI  C   I   BRADASOL THROAT LOZENGES sale  t   PARAMETTES TABS ADULT VITAMINS  B      125s  -���   .SALE  $349  PERSPIRANT SPRAY $149  i Dl0WHMIrfrfAc,a.��.o.. ���*_*��  9 oz. Reg. $2.29  SALE  I   DRISTAN TABLETS 50, sme^9  GIBSONS WESTERN DRUG MART  SUNNYCREST CENTRE - GIBSONS  .386-7213  <n.ti  *&i  *&i  Wi  !        1  (  r ,  s  *���      .'���,  . -.  -J  Y. -.  v   i  .-    <--  2  i  1 4  t        f  <n*  \: Page���  Supplement to TAe Pmmsniaj Times  Wednesday, December 12,1979  NEW BOOK  RELEASES INCLUDE  Hubert Etrons ���  "O Time in Your Flight"  James Herriot ���  ���Yorkshire"  Ralph Edwords of  Lonesome Lake  Pacific Salmon ���  A Masterpiece!  ForJey Mowat ���  "And No Birds Sang"  The World   According   to  Roy Petefson  Erma loflnbeck ���  "CopeBook"  A   WIDE   SELECTION   OF  NORMAN      ROCKWELL  SATURDAY EVENING POST  BOOKS.  CHILDREN'S     BOOKS  GALORE  ALSO ���}PAPERBACK SETS  Plus rnarty more to choose  * from.  Coetts "HALLMARK" Christmas  CARDS, GIFTS & WRAP  SPECIALS!  Look your best for the Holidays.  NEW STOCK IN  QUILTED FABRICS  ��� STRETCH TERRY  ��� VELOURS  THE  FAB SHOP  Sunnycrest Centre,  886-2231  u\  'Largest Selection on the Peninsula"  "WHEN T08 CUE ENOUGH  TO GIVE THE VERY BEST'  Looking for  a Unique  Christmas Gift?  ��� B.C. CRAFTED POTTERY  new & interesting selection  just arrived!  tj���� A WIDE & VARIED ARRAY  OF GIFTS  FROM AROUND  OUR WORLD!  Pre-Christmas Specials!  ir ALL SHARP CALCULATORS  ir PENS, PENCILS & GIFT SETS  ��� HANDCRAFTED LEATHER  SAVINGS OF OP TO 50% ON SPECIALLY  PRICED ITEMS THROUGHOUT OUR STORE!  SHOP NOW FOR BEST SELECTION  BOOKS & GIFTS  Sunnycrest Mall  886-8013  * Layaways Accepted  * G'rft Certificates  ��� Wednesday, December 12,1979  Supplement to The Peninsula Times  m *^t&ste-^_^ilH^^-T^"Sff/T_  Page 8  Supplement to The Peninsnla limes  Wednesday, December 12,1879  i  i  " i  I 1  ?  i  Fun and Festive Fashions for Christinas  Our superb collection of Christmas Fashions just right for  giv'utg to someone special... or for wearing now!  WHETHER you're looking for  dressy blouses, skirts - long &  short, toungewear, lingerie, dresses  or sportswear -  WHETHER to give - or to wear  YOU'LL find the most complete  selection at:  CHAKGEJL  ���____;  4  FASHION CENTRE  SUNNYCREST CENTRE    TRAIL BAY CENTRE  GIBSONS 886-9543 SECHELT 885-9818  26" COLOUR  s849  95  "Only One in Stock"  Quasar, American Colonial Styling with Simulated  Spice Drawer, Incised Gallery Rail and Exposed  Dowel Pins. Tne Stying is completed by a Plank  Maple Gran Finish on Hardboard & Selected  Hardwood Soils in combination with Simulated  Wood Material  DIAMOND T.W  OPEN:  MON-THURS. 9:30-6 P.M.  FRIDAYS 9:30-9 P.M.  SATURDAYS 9:30-6 P.M.  SUNNYCREST SHOPPING CENTRE 886-7215  VHF RADIOTELEPHONE SALES & REPAIRS Wednesday, December 12,1979  Supplement to The Peninsnla Times.  Page 9  Make it a happy Christmas at your house...with gifts from  Trail Bay Sports. We have a large selection in every price range.  There's something for every member of the family, too,  SPECIAL PRICES ON DAIWA SILVER SERIES SPINNING REELS  No. 1600 ��� $29.99 No. 2600 - $33.99   No. 4000 - $39.99   No. 7000 - $44.99  ��� BUSHNELL BINOCULARS JS_��  7x35 (13-7353) $37.99  7x50 (13-7503) $44.99 -  ��� 10% OFF SELECTED  PLUS TAYMOR KNAPSACKS  Various exercise equipment, billiard accessories, dart boards, bike  supplies, sport bags, socks, shoes, tennis packages, figure skates,  hockey equipment, camping supplies, marine depth sounders;  fishing tackle, hunting' knives and accessories and more ...  ASK US ABOUT OUR BICYCLE LAY-AWAY-PLAN AND PICK UP. YOUR  CHOICE CHRISTMAS EVE ��� ASSEMBLED AND READY.  CLEARANCE PRICES ON 1979 JOHNSON 6 HP MOTOR  PACKAGE PRICE ��� 12* SPRINGBOK with 6 HP JOHNSON $1,395.00  in Stock far Christmas Giving  ��� MUNARI HOCKEY SKATES - superlight!  ��� YORK 110 lb. WEIGHT SET   $54.95  TRAIL BAY SPORTS  Cowrie St., Sechelt    Sunnycrest Centre*Gibsons  885-2168       f 886-8020 Page 16  1 i  ���?  * i  i  ���  ��  f  ���  I  *    I  taThe Peninsula Times  Wednesday, December 12, tigf79  my job easier!  7 LEAVE IT TO  LAST MINUTE!  ���ve:  IES  i  ISH TOYS  IUCKS&CARS-  CTRIC TRAINS  ROAD RACING SETS  IDELS large & small  CCANO  WARS  tICYCLES  iCTOlS  ING HORSES  BIEDOLiS  tGGEDYANN  IZZLES AND MUCH, MUCH MORE!  FOR ALL AGES  Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons  "Across  from SuperValu"  ���������MMMMMMMMMMMa  iipaa��i��Baw^��3rtB��*^g*B*aa��jas��aagasa!s>��gaag>����gagiisaBaB^��ag��g^^  ONE DAY ONLY  FRIDAY, DEC. 14 - 9 a.m. -9 p.m.  SUPER SAVINGS FOR CHRISTMAS!  10% OFF  ALL ITEMS IN STORE  (Except Sale priced Items & Keys cut)  ALSO - Lots more Red Tag la-Store Specials & Super Savings  ONE DAY ONLY - All Royal Albert  China -20% OFF  G.E. COFFEE MAKER wiih Clock - Save $10.00  NOW $54.95  8  8  LINK HARDWARE  Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  S5 Wednesday, December 12,1979  Supplement to. The Peninsula Times  Page 11  oirs shoes  ���*** ��� ���  sunnycrest centre, gibsons  886-2624  pot a little music ^ y(m ^  "Step out right this Christmas"  NEW SHIPMENT  LADIES DRESS SHOES  (ALL LEATHER)  ���10% off ALL MEN'S SLIPPERS  ���20% off ALL LEATHER BOOTS  10% off ALL GIRLS PATENT  LEATHER SHOES  WIN WIN WIN WIN WIN  *100 GIFT CERTIFICATE  (Purchase necessary to enter)  From The Staff of  .Wfetov������.]���!*�����  ���amja  REALTY  Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons  ,7  Lorrie Girard  Jon McCrae  Anne Gurney  Arne Pettersen  Jay Visser  Dave Roberts  Steve Sawyer  Gary Puckett \.\y
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