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 District municipality concept catches local officials off-guard  by Fran Bourassa  Sunshine Coast Regional Board officials have received an  ultimatum from the senior government to re-structure the local  government or forget any funding assistance from the province in  the future.  The absence of this financial assistance would see the end of  water and sewer line extension subsidies and seriously hamper any  new development and subdivision approvals on the Coast.  Local officials were caught by surprise by this pronouncement  at what was to be a routine meeting to discuss a few housekeeping  items with Municipal Affairs in Victoria last Monday.  Deputy Minister of Municipal Affairs Chris Woodward told  the Coast News. "I suggested to the Sl'RI) delegation that  they, along with the two Village councils, discuss the possibilities  of re-structuring the local government into a district  municipality".  "The re-structuring will affect every person who lives on the  Sunshine Coast." said SCRI) Chairman David Hunter who was  present at the meeting in Victoria, "we have a lot of homework to  do"  Hunter told the Coast News that the ramifications of the  'suggestion', the questions that will arise and the alternatives will  he carefully discussed by the board and councils some of whom  have not yet been informed of the new development. He promised  numerous information meetings open to the public and that all  will be kept informed.  The Coast News was told by Deputy Minister Chris Woodward  that in the final stages of discussion (estimated 14 to l6months)a  referendum would be held to give Sunshine Coast residents  a vote on the subject.  "The ministry is more or less telling us it is time to come out of  the dark ages," said Hunter. "We were given five options to choose  from."  The five options are as follows:  Option I) that the entire Sunshine Coast form one district  municipality; Option 2) that two districts be formed, Greater  Sechelt and Greater Gibsons; Option 3) that three districts be  formed which would include Pender Harbour as the third; Option  4) that Sechelt and Gibsons form two districts and Roberts Creek  and Pender Harbour become wards of the province, meaningthat  all decisions would be made for the two areas by the provincial  government; Option 5) that the status quo be maintained minus  the provincial funding for sewer and water line extensions.  Gibsons Mayor Lorraine Goddard, Sechelt Mayor Bud Koch  and Chairman of the Regional Board David Hunter all agree that  there are definite benefits on becoming a district municipality or  municipalities.  "It is a very positive step for the people on the Sunshine Coast,"  said Hunter.  Mayor Goddard told the Coast News that she feels there are  many questions still to be answered but that the idea was a good  one. "We will be in control of our own destiny. No longer will we  need to go tp Victoria for approvals."  Mayor Koch said that on becoming a district municipality that  one level of government would be removed, the regional board,  "This step will get rid of much red tape and the duplication of  services".  Hunter said that when the idea was introduced years ago it was  turned down because it would have meant higher taxes for the  residents, "But now it seems that the main objection has been  removed. There will be an equalization of taxes between the rural  and built-up areas. Taxation will be based on a point system  which will mean that you will be taxed only on the service you  receive, if you receive any. We will also be receiving a considerable  amount from a grant structure on a per capita basis. The yearly  tax of 10 mills (approximately SI million) levied from the mill at  Port Mellon will no longer go to the provincial government, it will  be shared on a pro rata basis on the coast. The more one looks at  the possibilities the better it looks."  Another fear previously felt by residents was that the areas of  the coast would lose their identity. Hunter told the Coast News  that the Settlement Plans and Community Plans currently in  progress would be installed as part of the system and adhered to.  "Becoming a district municipality would give more autonomy  and unlimited control over development to the local authorities,"  said Woodward, "The re-structuring will be hand-crafted by the  existing governing bodies ensuring that local issues will be taken  into consideration."  Mayor Koch feels that since the Sunshine Coast is a trial area  that the chances of receiving grants for re-structuring are a good  possibility.  Woodward told the Coast News that the representation of the  areas would initially be on a ward system to ensure full  representation on the district municipality council.  "When the council is formed some of us will have to step down,"  said Mayor Koch, who believes that there should only be one  district municipality on the coast," but it will be for the good of t he  people."  When interviewed, Don Lockstead, MLA for the Mackenzie  riding told the Coast News, "The feeling for some time now in  Victoria has been that the Sunshine Coast is one of the most over-  governed areas in the province on a per capita basis". It would  seem that this fact probably prompted the ministerial 'suggestion'  for re-structuring".  As a result of this move by the senior government, a few of the  items that the regional board and staff went to Victoria to discuss  arc being held in abeyance until the decisions are reached on the  re-structuring.  Among those items arc the Greater Sechelt Sewage  Management Survey, the West Howe Sound Sewer System  approval and the recently approved Management study for Public  Works on the Sunshine Coast. The Greater Sechelt  Amalgamation Study Committee was also postponed until the  decision has been made.  Thb announcement was given to the Coast News for publication:  The Councils of the Village of Gibsons and the Village of  Sechelt along with the Regional Board will be meeting during Jul)  to discuss re-structuring of local government on the Sunshine  Coast.  These meetings are the result of the recent meeting with the  Inspector of Municipalities in Victoria on June 29,1981. The local  Councib and the Regional Board will be meeting with the  Inspector at the end of July to further discuss the various  proposals and suggestions in this regard.  Lorraine Goddard, Mayor, Village of Gibsons  Bud Koch, Mayor, Village of Sechelt  David Hunter, Chairman, SCRD  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  The Sunshine  Published at Gibsons, B.C.  25' per copy on news stands  Delivered to every address on the Coast  July 7,1981  Volume 35, Number 27  Coroner's jury recommends handbook  Logging death inquest  LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Parliament Buildirigs.  VICTORIA, B.C.  V8V 1X4  .82.1  The Coroner's jury found the death of 50 year old Peter Leroy  Dubois of Madeira Park to be accidental at the Coroner's Inquest  June 30.  Mr. Dubois died May 29 from crush injuries sustained while  operating a skidder on Nelson Island on a clearing contract for the  right-of-way of the Cheekye-Dunsmuir power line.  Mr. Dubois was winching logs when the skidder tipped and  rolled down a slope throwing him from the cab.  The jury had five findings and four recommendations after  examining the evidence. The findings are as follows: The deceased  was not wearing a seat belt at the time of the accident. The rollover  protective structure of the skidder functioned adequately. Had the  deceased been weariitglitsseat hfltal the tint1; his tfljulivs would  not have been fatal. The skidder was used beyond its optimum  capability under the prevailing conditions and topography. There  is apparently no handbook for skidder logging.  The recommendations from the jury are as follows:  That the Workmen's Compensation Board (WCB), the  manufacturers of mobile logging equipment, the international  Woodworkers of America (IWA).and Forest Industry Relations  (FIR) should continue and expand the program to educate and  require operators to use the seat belts on logging machines  equipped with rollover protective structures.  That  the  WCB,  Ministries of Science and  Technology,  Education, and Labour, establish a system of certification that a  machine operator has received heavy equipment operation  training from establishments presently conducting such training  programs.  That the WCB and forest mobile equipment manufacturers  provide a quick release mechanism on mobile logging machines  equipped with winches to release the tension on the winch.  That the WCB provide a skidder operations handbook.  The WCB accident prevention officer told the jury that as it  stands now a skidder operator finds out on a trial and error basis  what stability his machine has. "They learn by tipping or almost  tipping the machine over its limitations. The manufacturers are  ItfSre irmrTrted'tn flWfunclWn-oT thrwmeWimr ihan-thr safety j  aspects. There is no specific comment on the machine stability in  the operators manual."  The handbook the jury recommended would include specific  information on the model's slope and load capacity and stability.  The WCB accident prevention officer also told the jury that  between 1976 and 1980 there were 26 fatalities in rollover  accidents on wheeled and track machines and 128 permanent  disabilities. Of these only two were wearing seat belts.  "We have to educate the operators to use that seat belt. In far  too many cases it would have made the difference between life and  death," he said.  - Fran Bouraua Pnoto  Year's highest tide makes spectacular viewing at Skookumchuk rapids. Skookumchuk is featured inside in Coast Naturalist page 13,  Sea Cavalcade  The Chamber of Commerce has formed a finance  committee to help Sea Cavalcade offset its financial deficit  as well as raising money to put on this year's gala affair.  The brainstorming of the finance committee along with  the supportive actions of local businessmen has produced a  lottery of many prizes. (See Page 12).  The finance committee includes the following Chamber of  Commerce members: Kevin Ryan, Ken Crosby, Bob  Lambert, George Giannakos and Diane Strom.  New Langdale terminal  Tenders have been called, and will be opened on July 7,  for a contract to construct a new terminal building at the  Langdale ferry terminal near Gibsons, Transportation and  Highways Minister Alex V. Fraser has announced.  The contract calls for the construction of a two-storey  frame building containing a waiting room, self-service  sandwich bar. washrooms, stairways, staff lunch room and  washrooms and administration offices.  Terms of (he contract arc that the work shall include the  supply of material, tools, equipment, permits, water, light  power, labour and supervision to completion of the project.  Mr. Tom Tasaka from the Ministry ol I ransportation  told the Coast News that he estimates the construction costs  at $450,000.  Health care funding  Health Minister Jim Neilsen announced the allocation of  $5.34 million for the development of two health care  facilities in Sechelt.  The Minister said $2.73 million has been allocated for  the upgrading of facilities at St. Mary's Hospital. The  government has given conditional approval to the project,  subject to further review of expenditures before  construction begins.  Capital costs would be shared by the provincial  government and the Sunshine Coast Regional Hospital  District.  The second allocation, of $2.61 million, is for the  construction of a new intermediate care facility in Sechelt.  The proposed project will include 50 beds with additional  space for a geriatric day-care centre that would have  capacity for 10 people.  Neilsen said the funds for these projects are part of a  $413.5 million, five year capital program for health facilities  which has just been approved by the provincial government.  The five year program will provide a net increase of 457  scute care, 2,050 extented care and 600 intermediate care  beds throughout British Columbia.  Union - management far apart  Despite nationwide strike     Pulp workers on strike  Local postal  service continues  by Vene Pamell  The Gibsons and Sechelt Post Offices continue to move local  mail, despite a strike by 23,000 inside workers across  Canada. Members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers  (CUPW) walked off their jobs at midnight, June 29, but members  of the Canadian Postmasters and Assistants Association (CP AA)  are staying on the job.  "There are 10 unions in the Post Office system". Assistant  Gibsons Postmaster Joe Watkin told the Coast News. "All staff of  post offices that are considered grade 6, such as Gibsons, or  smaller belong to the CPAA. Our contract is not due to expire  until December.  "The CPAA includes small postal depots where there is a part-  time postmaster, so that many small centres in Canada will  continue to have postal service. However, all mail to and from  larger centres is not moving."  Watkin said that mail delivery in the Sunshine Coast area from  Egmont to Port Mellon will continue as usual. Mail to other parts  of Canada or the United States is cancelled the day it is received at  local post offices and will be held there until the first opportunity  comes to move it.  The Gibsons post ofice will keep its full staff complement  during the strike.  "We have had small jobs to catch up on this week. After about a  week, we may feel the slow-down, but since it is the summer  season, staff will be leaving on holidays. We don't expect to be  laying anyone off during the strike," said Watkin.  Ferry strike  threatens  B.C. Ferry and Marine workers voted last week a solid 92% in  favour of a strike against the B.C. Ferry Corporation. The Ferry  and Marine workers' contract with the Ferry Corporation is in  effect until July 31, at which time the strike mandate will be in  effect.  The major issue in the negotiations concerns wages. The ferry  workers take the position that the profit realized by B.C. Ferries  suggests the workers demands can be met.  Spokesman for the B.C. Ferry and Marine Workers, Andrew  McEachan said that this was "the strongest mandate ever" for a  ferry strike.  Talks will resume on July 13, in Parksville.  Members of Canadian Pulpworkers Union (CPU) 1119  effectively closed down the Canadian Forest Products mill in Port  Mellon at 8 am. Saturday, July 4. The 450 members of the local  union voted Friday night to reject the management offer of a 12%  wage increase the first year and 10% the second year by a 96.3%  vote, local union president Dave Gant told the Coast News.  The union demand is for a 19% increase each year over the next  two year contract period.  The same percentage of workers also rejected Canfor  management's present stand on the travel subsidy and contracting  clause for non-union help at the mill.  The local or "bull session" issues were brought to Canfor  management last week, asking for changes in present policy.  Union members are objecting to the work done in the mill by nonunion sub-contractors and say they want to do the work  themselves, if the company will rent the equipment for the jobs.  "In cases where our men have the experience to operate the  necessary equipment, we feel it should be the mill employees who  are doing the work, rather than outside contractors," said Gant.  Another request by the local union is for a travel subsidy for  mill workers.  "We are asking for $2 a day for each registered car pool of three  workers or more travelling to work. Or. we would like a gas  subsidy or the alternative of putting in company pumps at the mill  to supply gas to employees.  "With the rising cost of fuel, the travel subsidy is becoming an  important issue. Especially now, that the company is pulling  down seme of the carports used by employeesat the mill. Workers  have been paying $5 a month to park in the carports, which must  have brought in over $100,000 to the mill over the last 20 years.  Those carports must have been paid for many times over by the  employees," said Gant.  Gant, along with second union vice-president Steve Holland  and recording secretary Vern Rottluff are returning to Vancouver  this week to continue wage negotiations.  "If a settlement is reached on the main contract issues, we have  not yet decided if we will continue to strike until the local issues  are settled to our satisfaction," Gant told the Coast News.  Local Canfor managment officials could not be reached for  comment on the local CPU demands.  Gant stated that union pickets would not interfere with  resident's access to the Port Mellon townsite or prevent entry to  the volunteer fire department in case of emergency.  "Also, we have decided not to stop the IWA members from  logging at McNab Creek. They are in the process of their own  contract settlement and we do not intend to interfere with their  activities."  ON THE INSIDE...  The Best of Burnside Page 2  "Ma" Murray Page 4  Astrology P��3e 4  Audrey Thomas to visit coast ... Page 5  Community News Page 6 & 7  Finnish settlement ��� Part II Page 10  Misty & Saffron Page 11  What's a pesky lousy? Page 11  Parks are a way of life Page 14  Business Directory Page IS  Dee Cee ships our  Page 19  Classifieds Pages 22, 23, 24  Crossword Puzzle Page 25  George Malthe*, Phmo  Port Mellon Canfor mill is shut down since CPU 1119 union  members began strike action Saturday morning. Negotiations  over wage increases and local demands such as travel subs'dies  and the contracting of non-union workers are continuing. mmm  M  Coast News, July 7, 1981  The  iMif ���  Sunshine.  A LOCALLY OWNED NEWSPAPER  Published at Gibsons, B.C. every   Tuesday, by Glasslord Press Ltd.  Boi 460. Gibsons. VON 1V0    Pender Harbour enquiries, and all others. II  Phone 186-2622 or 886-7817    no answer Irom H6 numbers call 885-2770  (���&4A  Editorial Department:  John Burnside  Fran Bourassa  Vene Parneli  George Matthews  Accounts Department:  MM Joe  Copyielting:  Wendy-Lynne Johns  use Sheridan  Connie Hawke  Advertising Department:  Fran Berger  Mark Hood  Jane McOuat  SUBSCRIPTION RATES:  Canada $24.00 per year, $15.00 lor six months  United States $25.00 per year, Foreign $28.00 per year  Distributed tree to all addresses on the Sunshine Coast.  . Second Class Mail Registration No. 4702  Production Department:  Nancy Conway  Neville Conway  Sham R Sohn  Sherra Picketts  Bradley J Benson  Circulation  Joan H Foster  Stephen Carroll  Candor welcomed  This newspaper has been critical in the  past of various representatives of public  bodies keeping vital information from the  people they represent. In camera meetings,  and those closed to the public on a variety  of indefensible pretexts are unacceptable.  It is with guarded optimism therefore  that we welcome the candor and willingness to communicate of the Sunshine  Coast Regional District's chairman David  Hunter, regarding the incipient discussions  concerning the proposed district municipality (see story Page I).  Clearlj (his proposal is potentially one  of the most important developments in  local government ever seen on the  Sunshine Coast. By communicating the  provincial government's intentions (it is  referred to as an "ultimatum") the SCRD  and Village councils members have begun  these vital discussions on a positive note.  No one would argue that public  discussion often slows the decision making  process but democracies were not designed  for efficiency, only justice and equity. The  SCRD Chairman's openness, while it may  result in controversy and public haggling  in the short run, must definitely in the  longer term result in a fair and satisfactory  conclusion.  Were other public bodies on the  Sunshine Coast as willing to debate public  issues openly, a great deal of the rumour  and dissatisfaction connected with community issues would be cleared up.  .from the files of the COAST NEWS  ��lppflaiipi i  FIVE YEAR AGO  Not available.  TEN YEARS AGO  An inquest into the deaths of three  men killed as the result of an 88 inch  wingspread eagle colliding with an  aeroplane will take place about three  weeks from now with Judge Alan  Carey of Sechelt as coroner.  The crashed plane missed the power  lines on the north side of Bals Lane  where it fell but it took out two poles on  the south side bearing five cables  involving close to 1000 telephones. It  crashed 100 feet of a home occupied  by Mr. and Mrs. F.L. Mason atthetopot  Bals Lane.  The plane, a float equipped Cessna  owned by Air West Limited, was  proceeding in a southerly direction to  turn for a landing on the water at an  estimated five or six hundred feet in the  vicinity of the highway, appeared to  have been struck by a large bird,  resulting in loss of control and the  crash at Bals Lane.  Many witnessed the mishap and saw  the plane and eagle meet, it was not  until Sunday afternoon that two  teenagers. Eileen Johnson and Anne  Sorenson, found the body of the eagle  in a ravine arid called the RCMP.  FIFTi-.Ef. YEARS AGO  If greener/ is etficacious in effect for  cows, poultry and 'abbits, the chances  are at least even that herbage is  beneficial to the human race. In some  respects there's not too great a degree  of difference in intelligence.  From the editor: The salad business  has gotten out of control A bit of  lettuce leaf, a messy conglomeration  of apple, celery and marshmallow  greased with mayonaise, and the  whole episode topped off with a red  cherry is not a man's idea of a salad.  Neither is a square of wiggly, slippery  gelatine resting uneasily on a piece of  lettuce. Certain salads have a place. In  hot weather a good mixed vegetable  salad, or fish product salads (preferably crab) hit the spot.  TWENTY YEARS AGO  Ernie Burnett, of Burnett's Wood  Carving, Sechelt Highway will leave  Gibsons, Friday on a bike tour to  California and other United States'  points. His main objective is to  advertize the Sunshine Coast. He will  be using a ten speed bike and on his  route he will distribute hand carved  totem poles and information about the  area. He will carry his tent and sleep! ng  equipment on his bike along with some  carving tools so he can help meet  expenses by carving en route. His trip  is sponsored by the Sunshine Coast  Tourist Association and Gibsons  Board of Trade.  TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO  Two pupils from Sechelt Peninsula  won awards at the annual competition  of the B.C. Highland Dancing Association in Vancouver.  The two pupils from Mrs. C. C.  Orcharde's dance group were Judy  McKee, and Judy Braun, both of Selma  Park. Judy McKee won first award, a  gold medal, and Judy Braun third, a  silver medal for their dancing in the  Highland Fling, under 13 years.  It was a great day for the Dominion  Day celebration. This was the opinion  of the close to 2,000 persons who saw  the parade on the highways and  byways and who took in the festivities  following in Kinsmen Park. There were  47 floats in the parade. A big Euclid  logging truck was the centre of  attraction because a special permit  had been arranged to allow this  monster to traverse public highways  for the parade.  THIRTY YEARS AGO  Canada's finest Jam, the famous  Gibsons Pack is once again pouring  out of filling spouts at the jam factory  on Cannery Road. Still stirring,  gauging and keeping an expert eye on  the all important thermometers is  veteran cook Fred Holland. It is  economical thinking that has made of  the cannery a prosperous business,  serving a great need in the community  and producing the finest product of its  kind.  Mr. Burns, secretary-engineer and  fireman, believes this year's shortage is  mainly due to drought. "This long dry  spell has cut into growth to some great  degree," he said.  Speeches and introductions marked  the new Roberts Creek school opening  on June 22. School principal D.  Falconer opened the door for the first  official time while C. Frederickson,  school inspector, introduced Harold  Cullerne, architect, Mrs. Anne Burns,  school board clerk, Mrs. L.S. Jackson  and A. Funnell, school board members  and Mrs. Haslam, past president of the  PTA. Marking the opening of this, the  third school given the green light by  last year's $175,000 expenditure  approval were many of the original and  old time settlers of the area.  THIRTY-FIVE YEARS AGO  Egmont saw a very nearly fatal  mischance recently when Mr. Mars-  den, chairmen of the school board and  Mr. Funnel, a trustee, arrived to visit  our school board. Due to lack of  transportation it was necessary for  them to hire a boat at Pender Harbour.  The weather was not good enough for  them to be out so they were sitting in  the cabin. About the time of their  arrival here Mr. Marsden became very  ill and barely managed to get outside.  Mr. Bill Griffith who came out to row  them ashore was told that Mr. Funnel  was asleep inside. Seeing one man  very ill and being told that the other  was sleeping, he at once suspected  gas. He hurried into the cabin and  found the man unconscious, though  still breathing. Mr. Funnel being a  heavy man they had some trouble  getting him out. After considerable  time he did not regain consciousness it  was thought wise to make all possible  haste back to the doctor and the  hospital at Pender Harbour. It has been  learned that the fresh air during the  journey revived both men.  Gibsons, 1954. The community had been served by British Columbia Travelling  Library books maintained in the homes of a succession of residents for more than  thirty years. In 1952, the Library Commission had authoriied formation of a local  association. N. Richard McKibbin had opened hb outer insurance office to  volunteers and readers. The local Kiwanis Club then undertook to finance and  construct a building on municipal property beside Winn Road, on what is now  Holland Park. In this scene, students from Elphinstone Secondary School  transported books into the new Gibsons Public Library. Several years later, an  addition to the Municipal Hall provided larger premises, which have served for  more than a decade. Now, the former Coast Garibaldi Health Unit building at the  junction of Winn and Fletcher will become the library's next home. Photo courtesy  Gordon Ballentine and Elphinstone Pioneer Museum.    - L.R. Peterson  Musings  John Burnside  [Slings & Arrows]  [George Matthews!  John Burnside in on holiday  in Scotland for three weeks  and as a going away present  the Coast News staff gave its  editor a vacation from his  column. We have derided to  re-run a three part series that  John wrote in the summer of  1977. The series, known as  "The Iron Creek Calvary" is  Burnside at his best.  Part 1.  There were six of us on the  Iron Creek Cavalry Expedition, as it came to be called. The  object of the expedition was to  shoot a bull elk and it took  place in the mountains around  Fernie in the Crowsnest Pass.  I'm not entirely sure what I was  doing on the hunt in the first  place because a hunter I am  not. I have owned a rifle, mind  you, and even tramped around  with it in the November snows  of the Yukon ostensibly in  pursuit of moose which I  secretly hoped I wouldn't find  and never did. I made no such  pretence in the case of the Iron  Creek Cavalry. I carried no  rifle and had no intention of  shooting anything. I think they  just had a spare horse.  There were four horses and  six men. The master plan was  devised by one William Kennedy of hemic, an avid slaughterer of Canadian fauna hut aparl  from that for the most part a  fine fellow, captain of the darts  team and deviser of eccentric  adventures. It called for two ol  the men to drive the truck with  which wc were going to transport the meat on the return  journey as far as possible on the  road which struggled to the top  of the ridge above the valley ol  Iron Creek. The other four  were to ride the horses to the  end of the road, rendezvous  with the truck and then were to  venture into the virgin valley by  means of a path known only to  master strategist Kennedy.  There we would find elk in  abundance we were assured.  Napper Jack was the owner  of three of the horses. Hewasa  Fernie product who had spent  almost all his adult life as a  bartender in Vancouver and  returned to retire with horses in  the mountains, a boyhood  dream which, as is so sadly  often the case, he had perhaps  waited too long to fulfil. The  years and the bars had taken  their toll. Hank Bath delivered  the coal in Fernie and was  Kennedy's long suffering hunting partner, a man of dry and  twinkling wit who found no joy;  in horses. "Every time'T get  involved in a hunting trip with  the ponies along something  goes wrong. I either spend my  time digging them out of  swamps or chasing them  through the bush when they  run away." Jack Worthington  worked for B.C. Hydro and  was an experienced woodsman.  The last man was called  Thompson and worked in the  liquor store.  Kennedy had been ambushed by a kamikaze moose on the  eve of hunting season while  driving his family and the  collision had killed the moose  and shattered his elbow so he  rode in the truck with Hank  Bath. Napper Jack rode a hefty  black mare who was to be the  pack horse supreme on the  return from the valley bottom.  Thompson rode a wall-eyed  roan, Worthington bestrode  Kennedy's ancient white marc  and I was aboard a rangy  palomino of uncertain temperament which had run away on  Kennedy a week before and left  the imprint of its rear feet on his  belly - none of which I was  apprised of until the trip was  well underway.  The schedule called for an  early morning start on the  Saturday of the Labour Day  Weekend, hut it called in vain.  Instead of being on the Iron  Creek Ridge at noon wc were  somewhat shakily assembling  in the Kennedy living room. In  fact it was at this point I joined  the party. I just happened by  and suddenly found myself  conscripted. A long horse ride  in the mountains, great I  thought.  Napper Jack was in the  throes of a monstrous hangover and clutched grimly and  shakily to his saddle horn and  refused to let us proceed at  anything faster than a walk, the  consequence being that it was  after seven in the evening when  we found ourselves atop the  ridge above Iron Creek.  There we had a summit  conference. The weary, saddle  sore riders were unanimous in  favour of making camp for the  night but Captain Kennedy was  adamant. "No, no lads, load up  the ponies. Forty-five minutes  to the creek bottom while the  light lasts then supper and an  early start after the beasties in  the morning." Hank Bath said  nothing. We loaded up the  horses with the camping gear  .���artd-'th.e  grub and took  to  Kennedy's Trail;  As events took their course  the parly was about evenly  divided. One half maintained  that the trail was overgrown to  the point of impassability; the  other insisted there never had  been a trail there in the first  place. We had. it seemed, jusl  stepped off the ridge when the  black marc lost her pack to the  clawing underbrush. Swearing  softly and with the sadness  born of foreknowledge Hank  Bath helped Napper Jack  repack her. Our progress was  virtually non-existent. If we  were not re-packing horses we  were standing hopelessly in a  willow thicket while the indefatigable Kennedy insisted that  the trail was "right around here  somewhere". It was a precipitous mountain ridge and il got  suddenly very very dark. We  were six men and four horses  thrashing around in the densest  brush imaginable on a mountainside in total darkness.  Kennedy had one small, totally  inadequate flash light and as  the curses aimed at his head  increased in volume and tempo  so did his maniacal laughter.  Napper .lack's woes were  compounded by the fact thai  his high-heeled cowboy boots  were not the footwear lor  mountaineering even if there  had been a recognizable trail  and if il had not been pitch-  black.  Please turn to Page 3  Mark Twain was convinced  that if he was good, decent and  honest. God would reward him  by not .making him a newspaper editor. It appears as  though my catalogue of sins  has put me on the wrong side  of the Lord and He has  punished mc with a three week  sentence to that undistinguished prison, the purgatory of  publishing.  Like any newspaper man  worth his salt. I decided a little  research on what an editor does  was a good first step. In my  studies, I learned a great deal.  The first thing I decided of  course was to get all the advice I  could and then try to do the  opposite. After all. if God  punishes the wicked by making  them editors, what would he  concoct for a good newspaper  editor?  I pass on here some of the  advice gleened from research  just in case any reader should  be so unfortunate as to be cast  into the den of a news room.  First of all. it seems there is no  place for humility in the  editor's chair. It is absolutely  essential to be arrogant, obnoxious, outspoken and obsti-  nant. The conventional wisdom seems to suggest that no  editor ever lost his job by  overestimating (he intelligence  of small town politicians or  bureaucrats.  The second piece of advice  revealed by in-depth research  was a good editor gets mad at  somebody at least once a day.  whether he wants to or not.  This tantrum should be loud  How can I, that girl standing there,  My attention fix  On Roman or on Russian  Or on Spanish politics?  Yet here's a travelled man that knows  What he talks about,  And there's a politician  That has read and thought,  And maybe what they say is true  0} war and war's alarms,  But O that I were young again  And held her in my arms!  and filled with as much expletive as is humanly possible.  Never, the advice goes, get  mad in. prjvate. Pick the  busiest time of the day, yell,  scream, swear, and if possible,  foam at the mouth. Smoke foul  smelling cigars and use a  spittoon as often as you can.  with as much inaccuracy as  possible.  Never say anything profound unless it is an insult and  never, under any circumstance  write anything profound.  The books do not dwell at  length on the need for a  mastery of the English language, t hat is beyond the ability  to swear a good deal. It is  hinted that punctuation was an  invention of the devil and that  the semi-colon was God's gift  to Adam on the departure from  Eden,  Some of the more modern  books on the subject contain  sections on the use of the  telephone. When anyone wants  to talk to the editor he is always  in conference. The only exception to this rule is when his wife  calls; then he answers immediately with great apologies for  not getting there sooner.  It is further suggested any  editor who hopes to last more  than a few days should conform to some rigid standards of  department. No editor should  ever smile before } p.m. and  then not in public. As far as  dress is concerned, an editor  should not wearatie. His socks  should not match and he  should avoid looking prosperous. It has been said that no  member of western civilization has ever trusted a well  dressed, smiling editor. The  older editor's manuals suggest  that editors should smoke too  much, drink to excess and  never wash their hands but  modern custom does not insist  on these habits.  Above all, it is apparently  important to be eccentric. The  ideal editor is described as a  frantic, cursed fellow who rants  at unseen villains as he walks  thestrects in search of whatever  truth life is likely to offer up.  sort of a demented and decre-  pid Demosthanes without the  lantern. .  For anyone who has beer* a  school teacher, these gems of  advice shouldn't be difficult to  follow. In fact, were i to follow  them for these next few weeks,  my teaching techniques should  improve considerably. Maybe  then God would smile more  favourably on me and I could  get into some honest work.  Jib Coast News, July 7,1981  This kjom- cow form img   h^s  Tc sicp.   it1 5 Time to  SLeJcik     Society.  NICETR.V!  ?  *J  C)LliW"JA��*ux r���  Letters to the Editor  Happy occasion enhanced by article \Vl  Editor:  I would like to share with  you a happy occasion, enhanced by your article of May  26th, entitled "Of Schools and  Morale", which Martyn Wilson, the newly appointed  Principal of Pender Harbour  Secondary School, discovered  during his recent interview in  Gibsons.  The occasion was the retire  ment reception held for Mrs.  Eileen Whiteside and Mr. John  Barton in the Tahsis Legion  Hall last evening, June 17th,  1981.  Mrs. Whiteside and Mr.  Barton were the honoured  guests of the Vancouver Island  West Teachers' Association,  the Board of School Trustees of  School District No. 84 (Van  couver Island West), members  of the communities they have  taught in and their former  students.  As part of Mr. Barton's  "roast", Dan Mclnnes, now a  teacher in Gold River and a  former teacher under Mr.  Barton's principalship in Ze-  ballos, read excerpts from your  column  pertaining to the  Dog danger recognized  Editor:  In the past two weeks we  have seen two dogs hit by cars  in lower Gibsons. It is not the  drivers' fault, it is our fault  and all of us who let our dogs  run loose through downtown  are guilty. The first of the two  dogs was Oscar, a friend of  everyone; the second, yesterday, was a brown and white  Spaniel. I am sure whoever  owned this dog feels a great  loss of a good companion,  "I am as guilty as the next  person". Yes, we love our  dogs and yes, they shouldn't  have to be tied up all the time,  but with the onslaught of  tourist traffic along Marine  Drive the probabilities exist of  a driver trying to avoid  hitting a dog and hitting *  child or adult in the process  instead. Why wait until  something like this happens  before we tie up our dogs  when in lower Gibsons? The  choice is ours, but personally  I'm tired of seeing death at  my front door.  Valerie Hebert  Ciidto,NuSn<i(iMTTittiii  Bring your Visitors  i to a Country Candy  Store  NEW HOURS  Open 7 days a week  10 a.m. ��� 5 p.m.  Panoramic pandemonium  Editor;  On my way down the hill  to Gibsons  I once saw  a sea so calm and grey  tall shadows on Keats at  sunset  10 Panoramic Townhouses  a trailer setting waves out  gulls swooping behind  10 Panoramic Townhouses  the light through the night  from the rock  10 Panoramic Townhouses  10 Panoramic Townhouses  10 Panoramic Townhouses  10 Panoramic Townhouses  10 Panoramic Townhouses  I try not to look too much  anymore  10 Panoramic Townhouses  Ken Dalgleish  respect Mr. Barton has earned  from those who have known  and loved him.  Your kind words about Mr..  Barton were most appreciated  by all those in attendance.  Yours very truly,  Board of School Trustees  Dan Whiting  Secretary-Treasurer  ti0$��&ify.  Bring your Visitors  to a Country  Gift Store  NEW HOURS  Open 7 Days a Week  10 a.m. - 5 p.m.  886-8355  Gibsons Landing  Oven-Fresh  Oven Fresh Bakery  blueberry <.._   _-  Oven-Fresh    Cinnamon      * ���_      -^ -^              ,,. 3>  I      !>>U  n..ii o nor+c       $1  QQ muffins   pkS 0,6*1.0:7  pull-a-parts   7s    l.W  r               r Mrs. Willmans * <���      *\ f\  Oven-Fresh                                   ���WaTVrt                            n 3>   I       <U  french bread    u�� 79* SSI�� L���,4s i'"  7Q4  swiss rolls  '     *J n,nr-nlato nr V  Chocolate or Vanilla  .overin^  the Coverage  Musings (cont'd.)  Somewhere around one third  of the way down the mountain,  mind you there was no way that  one could tell at the time how  far along towards wherever wc  were. Hank Bath and Napper  Jack balked at repacking the  black marc on more time and  made camp just where they  were on the mountainside. The  rest of us chose to blunder on,  cold, tired, hungry, leading  horses we couldn't even see in  the dark down the mountainside on the Kennedy Trail.  Let's leave the intrepid lads  of the Iron Creek Cavalry there  on the trail in the dark with one  third of their number already  defected and the rest in severe  disrepair. We'll finish the tale  of their woebegone adventures,  God willing, next week.  Used Furniture  and What Have You  ���Lima  We buy Beer Bottles  886-2812  Am I covered for  everything?  "I've paid insurance for IS  years and never had a claim.  Do you mean 1 cannot claim  for my $30.00 whats it  because it isn't covered  under my policyr  Every Agent has heard the  statement before. It would  be very nice to be able to  cover all claims submitted  but, unfortunately, it is just  not possible. Your insurance  policy is simply a contract  which will do no more and  no less than what is declared  in its wordings.  There is no such thing as a  policy which will cover  absolutely everything a-  gainst absolutely anything.  For peace of mind it is better  for you to know your  coverages before you have  to use them. You should be  aware of your own and your  Insurance company's obli  gations under the terms of  the contract. To this end I  strongly recommend the  following:  I.) Ensure that your Agent  takes the time to explain  your policy coverages to  you, at the time of issue,  detailing all the pertinent voids and limitations which could affect  you.  2.) After you receive it,  READ YOUR POLICY OVER CAREFULLY. If you get stuck  anywhere or if you need  clarification on any  point contact your A-  gent, he will probably  be very pleased that you  have taken the time to  read your policy and  will no doubt welcome  any questions you may  have.  Next week: Homeowners  Package Policies.  SUNSHINE COAST INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD.  Box 375, Cowrie Street  Credit Union Building  885-2291 Sechelt, B.C. VON 3AO advt  Grocery Value  T r "f :OOd   Host ~    _. _.  Top Frost <C/\Tar% SO    OQ  dairy dessert     $2.79    ,clteaTmix ^"  4 Litre Pail  Super Vain  Kraft    Miracle Whip ^ ���      __ ._ .   _  salad dressing   $1.79   macaroni &  1 Litre Jar CfieeSe200 Rm  3/$1.00  soft drinks  2 Litre Bottle  Old South - Frozen  orange juice  355 mil  Bye The Sea  chunk light tuna  6.5 oz tins  $1.29  Kr-     ^g's  Deposit  can flakes  675 Km  $1.09  Master-Blend  C0ffeei3ozpkg. or tin  $1.29  $2.77  Lib:, s - Deep Brown  $1.29 beans&  P0rk 128 mil tins  3/$1.00  Libb. s ��� Red  luncheon meat   *1.29    kidney beans   2/99  340 gm tin  284 mil Tins  mm Coast News, July 7, 1981  CHAOS-CARRIER  l��\ Peter Trower  PART III  Wc hit the Davie Street  liquor-store and grab a cab.  The house is in an old residential area, rapidly being engulfed  by industrialization. We follow  Frances to her suite through  cabbage-smelling halK.lt is a  rather dowdy working-girl's  apartment with a lew personal  trills and touches. Frances had  mentioned a room-male called  Anna. She proves to he a slight  pretty girl. Tragically, a childhood bout with polio has left  her partially crippled but she is  not self-conscious about il. She  is also a poet and shows us  delicate verse, much ol il about  animals. Any initial awkwardness is soon dispelled. We drink  onward into the night.  Alter awhile, things become  mu//y and diffuse. I sit squinting unsurely through the  sauternc. Maury and Anna  have become totally engrossed  with each other and sit close  together on the couch, talking  in low voices. Frances and I are  left to our own devices. Somehow wc find ourselves in one ol  the bedrooms, kissing and  fumbling. I am not too sure  how this situation has come  about but I am certainly not  averse to it.  We would have stayed all  night but the girls have an  eccentric, straillaced landlady  Pages  from a Life-Log  Peter Trower  who seems bent on protecting  the morals of her tenants. After  the old witch pounds on the  door several times and threatens to call the police, it is  decided that Maury and I had  better leave. We kiss the girl*  goodbye and head back across  the bridge in the windy chill.  "Man" declares Maury "I sure  do dig that little Anna." I here  is an honest tenderness in the  words, this is a side ol Maury  that will not manifest itself  often except In his poems.  It is too late to go home so I  crash at his place. We wake in  the morning to moderate hangovers and a singular lack of  drinking money. "Well" says  Maury "looks like we're going  to have to score ourselves a  little bread." We hit the street  and proceed to an office-  building, several blocks away.  "Watch this" he says. In the  third-floor reception-room of  an oil-firm, he greets a thin,  plain girl who responds with an  adoring smile. "Oh Maury, it's  really good to see you."  "Yeah, lor sure. Hey, listen  Clare, I'm being promoted to  district-manager down at the  office and..." he beckons her  close and whispers the rest in  the ear. "Oh, sure Maury-  Clare disappears through a  door and returns shortly with  an envelope which she hands to  him. "Sec you Sunday, huh'."  "That's a date, honey."  "Didn't know you were  working" I remark in the  elevator.  "I'm noi any more. Quit  about a month back but it  wouldn't do to let Clar,- know  that. She might not have  parted with this fifty prunes.  Oh. she probably would have.  She's really hot lor my body  but a little bullshit makes it  easier. Now we can get juiced."  It is my first glimpse of Maury,  the gigolo con-man in action.  A few hours later, we are  floating up Granville Street,  feeling very little pain. "Where  did all these funny-looking cats  come from?" laughs Maury,  eyeing the passing parade of  harried-looking, workaday  faces. He flashes a crooked  smile at a stout woman. She  answers with a haughty glare  and sails imperiously by.  "Jesus! If looks could kill, that  broad would have done me in."  His ga?e hits a movie-marquee  and he stops up short. "Hey.  they're running Streetcar  Named Uesircagain. Wc'vegot  to see this flick together, man."  He buys a mickey of lemon gin  and we go to the movie.  Sipping the acrid booze, we  follow the earthy drama to its  downbeat conclusion. Stel-  lahhh! shouts Maury ecstatically as we leave the theatre,  startling the passers-by.  Night is falling as we hit the  bars once more. Somewhere  along the route of that random,  indistinct evening, wc team up  briefly with a garrulous parts-  salesman who professes to like  poetry. Maury and I take him  literally and begin reading our  poems at him. trapping the  unfortunate man in a virtual  cross-barrage of dubious recitation. He bears up bravely  under the onslaught until I read  one called Proxy People, a  simplistic piece on the perils of  a totally-vicarious existence.  This seems to strike a nerve but  it's probably just a general case  of overkill. "You guys are  crazy!" he gasps and beelines  for the exit, leaving us with a  full table of beer. "Looks like  we just lost our only fan" says  Maury in tones of mock-  gloom. "Imagine entire audiences at poetry-readings fleeing in  horror from our deadly pronouncements!"  We'll just have to lock the  doors and tie them to their  seats" I decide.  To be continued  Ma' Murray; a good play, a great lady  by Joan Huestls Foster  Much has been debated  concerning the differences  between a great lady and a  perfect lady. Over the years  the discussion has occupied  the pursed lips of the "polished tea service at four" set and  has generated guffahs and  huzzas in the smoke filled  editorial rooms of newspapers. The two types of  ladies being rarely compatible but often obliged to  mix.  Alice Roosevelt Longworth  was considered a great lady  by a great many and was gleefully recorded in newsrooms  when she engaged in a debate  with a cabdriver at a busy  intersection in downtown New  York. In her chauffer-driven  Rolls Royce, Mrs. Longworth  was cut off by a taxi. The cab  driver screamed out the  window at Mrs. Longworth's  chauffer "Where do you think  you're going... you black  bastard?" With unruffled  aplomb, Mrs. Longworth roll-  TWILIGHT.  THEATRE  fWED-THUR-FRlf  JULY 8-9-10  Melvin  (and Howard)  WARNING: M  Occasional  coarse  language and nudity.  i  r"<fc-  SAT. - SUN. - MON. - TUES.  JULY 11-12-13-14  WARNING:  Frequent violence  and coarse language  r^nSafflr^  ROBERT DENIRO  "RAGING BULL"  Please Phone lor Show Times 886-2827  ed her window down and in a  voice that penetrated the far  corners of the square, replied  "He's taking me to my destination you ignorant son of a  bitch". While her comment  may have rattled a few tea  cups it endeared her to  millions.  In much the same way  Margaret Lally "Ma" Murray  has endeared herself to  millions with her salty comments on almost anything,  her practical ability and  willingness to assist in almost  any situation and her amazing  aptitude for getting into  trouble. Much of this is recorded in Georgina Keddell's  lovely book on her parents  titled "The Newspapering  Murrays" (Lillooet Publishers $3.95). From this book  playwright Eric Nicol has  capsulized much of the wit  and hilarity and some of the  pathos with which the outrageous Murrays always  seemed to be surrounded.  The play is a great hit and  has been held over once and  may be again. Joy Coghill  seems at times to become  "Ma" particularly in her walk  and gestures and John Milli-  gan plays a very fine George  Murray. The production is  great fun in the intimate  Waterfront Theatre, the a-  coustics  are  good   and   the  by Rae Ellingham  EM ugh din s  +   Astrology  "Raging Bull" starring Robert de Niro features brutal fight scenes  and a tortured personality. Film runs at the Twilight Theatre July  II - 14.  At the Twilight  theatregoers are all close to  the stage.  This play provides young  people who were not privy to  all the original shenanigans  and who haven't the faintest  idea who Margaret "Ma"  Murray is, might enjoy learning that things were not as  stuffy as they might have  supposed in the good old  days and have a good laugh  doing it. Who can ever forget  "The Bridge-River Lillooet  News, printed in the sagebrush country every Thursday  God willing. Guaranteed a  chuckle once a week and a  belly laugh once a month.  Circulation 1479 and every  bloody one of 'em paid for  and that's for damshur." With  all that on the masthead  how could a paper not make  a name for itself in this tough  old world? How could a book  not be delightful and of course  the play will run, held over,  for capacity audiences for a  long, long time. Margaret  "Ma" Murray may be difficult  for the tea ladies to pigeon  hole but in my book she is a  'great lady' and due for a  ninety-fourth birthday next  month, when she may expect  suitable tribute.  Tragic characters highlight  this week's offerings at the  Twilight Theatre. Two highly  acclaimed portraits of real  people are presented in  Melvin and Howard, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday,  July 8-10 and Raging Bull,  Saturday through Tuesday,  July 11-14.  Melvin and Howard is a  touching portrayal of an  apparently true incident in the  life of billionaire eccentric  Howard Hughes. Melvin  Dummar, a Utah gas station  attendant claims to have  discovered a sick old man in  the Nevada desert. Dummar,  a simple, kind young man  drives the old man to Las  Vegas and gives him a quarter.  Ten years later a will  appears, following Hughes'  death and Dummar is named  as heir to a fortune.  The film portrays Dum-  mar's life and the successes  and failures of a hopeful but  distressed mid-American life.  The Hughes incident takes  only a few minutes of the film  but the consequences of the  chance desert meeting make  up the plot line of the movie.  Melvin and Howard, playing  Wednesday through Friday,  July 8-10, carries a mature  warning with occasional  coarse language and nudity.  Raging Boll starring Robert  De Niro and Cathy Moriarty  is a biography of the unpopular 1940's boxer, Jake La  Motta. The film portrays the  physical and erhotional downfall of an athlete who is  universally despised by fans,  friends' ���- and family., The  highlyacclaimed'Martin Scorsese directed picture contains  realistic . and brutal -fight  scenes, and tragic character  destruction.,' It is tense,  dramatic well ac/fed and a  generally.sup'eribr film.  Raging Bull, playing Saturday through' Tuesday, July  11-14, is restricted, with a  warning of frequent violence  itnd coarse language.  Community Forum  Channel Ten  CHANNEL TEN GIBSONS  Tuesday July 7  CHANNEL TEN SECHELT  Thursday July 9  7:00 p.m.  Kenna   Marshall   hosts  this  week's  live  show  from our studio in Gibsons.  Parti  Taped on location at the  Gibsons RCMP detachment  this program features special constables from the  Sechelt detachment and  discusses their summer  safety program. Included  in this show is our coverage  of the Sechelt and Gibsons  Bike Rodeos. Herb Ono  points out the purpose of  the rodeos and the importance of bicycle safety.  Part 2 'Treasure Point"  Louise Hume introduces  this series taped by Vancouver Cable 10 for the  Interchurch Agency.  Part 3 8:00 p.m. "Elphinstone Graduation Ceremonies"  Due to popular request  we are re-running the 1981  graduation ceremonies  taped on location at Elphinstone Secondary' School.  This program features Dave  Richardson, Barrie Boulton,  John Denley, Roy Mills,  June Wilson, all of school  district 46 and Julie Mac-  Farlane, valedictorian of the  1981 class.  If you or your friends  missed this, you may see it  again here on Coast 10 TV.  This fine Victoriaville Bedroom Suite, made with sturdy oak; is  quality and exceptional value, produced with the integrity, know  how and pride that comes with experience ��� a choice you will  never forget. Reg. $3195.  Kim's Deal $2900.00  * Vanity Mirror Not Exactly As Pictured  CpemWOOCl Cowrie St., Sechelt  cpurniture      W5����  Liue Entertainment  Pender Harbour to Sechelt  Lord Jim's Lodge  Reg Dickson, Sat. only  Jolly Roger Inn  Lee Brown, Fri. & Sat.  The Wakefield Inn Bob Gleason, Thurs., Fri., Sat.  "The Wakefield Band", Fri. only  The Parthenon  Helen Sinclair, Fri. & Sat.  Roberts Creek to Gibsons  Roberts Creek Hall (Advance Sale Only ("Nightshade", Sat. only  The Peninsula Hotel  Roy & Simon, Fri. & Sat.  Gibsons Legion "Gemini", Fri. & Sat.  -"WW "Joe pFiari,  Scotland here we come!  m   .LUNCHES  8 p.m. - Midnight  'Sooim m tolm S/m/Ui/ ama to He (/due"  886-8171 Cedar Plaza, Gibsons  ���' -aw���- ���-���������g .���j���-��li���   t*  Week commencing July 6.  General Notec: Action-planet  Mars opposes Neptune warning against any deceptive or  undercover operations. New  ventures started at this time  should be checked carefully for  hidden clauses, undisclosed  facts or figures. This weekend's  Sun - Pluto configuration  offers another opportunity to  quit stale situations or relationships.  Babies born this week will be  impressionable, determined  and cunning. They'll seek out  sensationalist activities and be  attracted to film stars, religious  leaders or other public figures.  Any prescribed drugs or medications should be administered  properly to them. Truthfulness  should be encouraged at an  early age.  ARIES (March 21- April 1<>)  Local communications become muddled. Letters and  phone calls may be full of  tricks, lies or deceit. Put aside  important paperwork till next  week. Watch out for partially  hidden obstacles on the highway. Aries-born drunk-drivers  will be pulled over and questioned. Innocent passengers  will have too much to say.  Prepare to put an end to  irritating domestic influence  this weekend.  TAURUS (April 20- May 20)  There's confusion over your  personal finances oi possessions. Looks like you're about  to lose hard-earned income. Be  neither a lender nor borrower  of large amount of cash.  Postpone purchase of major  item till next week. A few of  you may misplace travel documents or tickets linked to  holiday excursion. Brother,  sister, close relative or neighbour announces startling news  this weekend.  GEMINI (May 21 -June21)  Mars in your sign opposite  Neptune strongly advises check  details of soon-to-be-launched  activity. Realize it's not the best  week of the year to start new  personal venture. Wait a few  days for additional funds  guaranteed to smooth bumpy  take-off. Competitor, rival or  enemy hides behind the scenes  anticipating your first mistake. Risky weekend purchase  means drastic change in cashflow. Geminis born June 13-14  should avoid alcohol-related  arguments.  CANCER (June22-July 22)  Tendency is to worry unnecessarily over private matters, health upsets or affairs of  less fortunate associates. Avoid  further rushed attempts to  solve old problem. Note that  Mars enters your sign next  week heralding a new, two-year  cycle of real accomplishments.  The Sun in Cancer squaring  Pluto continues to pressure  need for alternative arrangements where you live. Cancer  subjects born July 13-14 must  accept major domestic changes  next twelve months.  LEO (July 23 - Aug. 22)  Actions of friends or acquaintances prove confusing or  deceptive. Sounds mean but  trust no-one till next week.  Looks like leaders of community venture are fooling their  followers and themselves.  Examine carefully written go-  aheads issued by local inspectors or officials. Long-suffering  relative is still anxious to try  pleasanter environment. Venus  bestows extra charm and  popularity on Leos born Aug.  1-10.  VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 22)  Your honour, position or  local reputation is subject to  secret manoeuvres. Take time  to investigate proposal offered  by cunning administrator.  Make no moves likely to  jeopardize  job-security or  .V.ff*****.*.**.*.  recent accomplishments. Keep  career objectives on firm  footing. Realize family uncertainties may influence crucial decisions. An old friendship could end abruptly over  deep-seated financial dispute.  Sept. 15-16 Virgos have again  to balance domestic and professional priorities.  LIBRA (Sept. 23 - Oil. 2.1)  You'll hear of shady goings-  on far away. Long-distance  message announces start ol ill-  planned scheme. Avoid philosophical arguments or lold-  you-so statements. Travelling  Librans should check safety ol  cameras, tickets, baggage,  other belongings. Those about  to enrol in further education  courses should postpone final  choices till next week. Elderly  relative now has the power to  influence your ambitions.  SCORPIO (Oct. 2I- Nov. 22)  Activities linked to other  people's money or possessions  become confusing. Don't rush  agreements concerning shared  expenses or joint-accounts.  Banker, insurance agent, financial advisor may fail to  compute additional costs.  Loved one could be pressured  to buy needless item or service.  Safeguard borrowed equipment against fire or theft this  weekend. Recent chance to  think things over now produces  changed travel plans.  SAGITTARIUS (Nos. 23 ���  Dec. 21)  Relations with closest associates becomes worriesome.  Neptune in your sign opposing  Mars produces bewildering  accusations or criticism. Competitors, rivals, enemies arc  now prepared to use underhanded methods or tricks. It's  not the best week of the year to  sign important contracts or remarry. Stay clear of any loudmouthed Geminis born June  13-18. Partner's sudden financial news means revision of  late-summer plan.  CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan.  19)  Passing anxiety concerns  health or employment matters.  Private conversations where  you perform daily tasks raise  suspicions. Stay clear of coworkers who intend to undermine superior's authority.  Quietly investigate colleague's  hidden motives. Protect hands,  arms, chest against corroshc  liquids or flammable fluids  Read prescription labels carefully. Partner's firm decision  begins to control your rate of  personal progress.  AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 ��� Felt.  18)  Social activities, romantic  interests, children's affairs, arc  subject to trickery and confusion. Last-minute travel plans  disrupt rare outing. Prepare to  hear the usual excuses and  double-talk. Enthusiastic  younger person fails to see  financial drawbacks. Aquarian  women should avoid smooth-  talking strangers all week.  Abrupt changes where you  work proves your intuition  correct.  PISCES (Feb. I<)- Mar 20)  Focus is on confusing plans  or activities where you live. Ongoing domestic project benefits  from deliberate .slow-down.  Beware aggressive real-estate  agents or land speculators.  Sign no property or rental  agreements. Make sure household concoctions or medications arc out of children's  reach. Vandal-proof all entrances. Partner's new economy drive means less cash for  entertainment, movies or eating out.  1        CLASSIFIED NOTE  Drop otf your >  ^oast News  Classified  at  Campbell s  Family Shoes.  Sechelt. or  Madeira  Park  Pharmacy.  Madeira Park  .t   Gibsons Legion Branch  k  .                Presents  GEMINI  July 10 & ll  ��� v  #109  Oniy  Members & Guests  ak Audrey Thomas  visits Coast  by Joy Graham  the work of Audrey Thomas  It is not often that Coast  residents have the chance to  meet and study with one of  Canada's most sought after  literary giants. Audrey Thomas is coming to Sechelt,  Thursday, August 6, to give a  Prose Reading at the Arts  Centre, at 8:30 p.m., and a  Prose Writing workshop on  Friday the 7th, 10:00 - 3:00  p.m. Both events are part of  the Summer Art* Festival '81.  The prose reading is a free  event, courtesy of Canada  Council.  Audrey Thomas is the  author of several novels and  books of short stories. Her  work is featured in many  Journals including Saturday  Night and Chatelaine. She  lives on Galiano Island and  commutes to various teaching  positions. This fall she will  be Writer-In-Residence at  U.B.C. and next Spring will  hold the same position at  S.F.U.  The workshop is open to  everyone - you don't have to  be a serious writer. "Bring  wads of paper," Ms. Thomas  advises, "We're going to  have lots of fun." Register  now; enrollment is limited to  ten. Phone 885-5412.  Perhaps Audrey Thomas'  most well known novel is  Songs My Mother Taught Me  (1973). Here Thomas explores  the inner and exterior world of  Isobel, the child protagonist  who grows up in chilling  emotional poverty with a  guilt-ridden mother and, in  what is typical of the men in  Thomas' stories, a weak and  ineffective father. The setting  is New York State, where  Thomas was born in 1935.  One of her most powerful  gifts, Thomas admits, is  having almost total oral recall,  like a photographic memory.  As a child she would lie in  bed at night going through  everything she'd seen and  heard all day, watching < for  puns. She credits her grandfather with encouraging her  to find the meanings of words;  this training is evident in all  her work: there is a frequent  analysis and play on words,  and the adroit use of extended  metaphor.  During her childhood, she  had no ability in music, sport  or crafts,  and  since words  were her only skill, she began  to write. Her aim, as a writer,  has been to put down on paper  the changes she experiences.  A frequent theme, that of  exposing  fractious   relationships, voices the concerns,  mainly (some say) of women.  In a biographical note she  wrote about herself for the  handbook of Canadian Writers' Union, she explains:  They (women) do not want  to be forever alone and yet  they can not,  must  not,  accept   the   old    chattel  arrangements   with   men.  They are busy  "charting  new seas and fixing new  boundaries,"  fearful  that  perhaps the world is flat  after all and they'll disappear right off the end.  But   still   questing,   still  moving,  still   sailing  on.  These are the women I am  particularly interested  in.  And the men they love,  leave,lose.  Her feminine characters  are frequently burdened with  a sense of inadequacy not  understood by the men with  whom they deal. Sometimes  she reverses these attitudes  with startling effect: a striking  example of male suffering is  given in "Onto" one of her  stories in the collection,  Ten Green Bottles (1967).  Here she reveals her talent  for evoking the particular  atmosphere of time, place  and culture, and for relating  to it a human delemma.  "Onto" set in Ghana (where  the author lived in 1964-66),  is pungent with ironies. In  "Onto", a black American  Peace Corps worker seeks  roots in an Africa that now  uses Omo, the detergent that  washes "whiter than white",  an Africa from which an albino  African is alienated in another  way.  In Aquarius she skillfully  indulges in her fascination  with myth and history. Here,  the emotionally wounded male  protagonist, as a Moby Dick  figure, seeks unsuccessfully  to capture Erica, allegorically  Canadian writer Audrey Thomas to visit Sunshine Coast to  present a Writer's Workshop, Friday, August 7 in conjunction  with Summer Arts Festival '81.  embodied in Skana, the whale  at the Vancouver aquarium.  Mrs. Blood (1970) is a  poignant novel which reveals  the mental suffering of a white  woman in Ghana who fights to  stave off a miscarriage. It  focuses on all the uncertainties of the woman's identity:  husband, family, lovers, confinement and freedom. Past  and present are juxtaposed  and gradually fused in the two  intertwining monologues of  the woman's split self: That  of "Mrs. Blood", her visceral  subjective female identity,  and that of "Mrs. Thing",  her ostensibly objective being.  This sense of division seems  to be axiomatic to Thomas'  literary world.  Africa is again the setting  for Blown Figures (1974).  All the themes of her later  work are here: the pervasive  anxiety.the inability to feel,  to fear, to love, the loss of  innocence, the importance  of magic and ritual. It is a  novel for anyone who has done  battle with fear, chaos and  the past.  The two linked novellas, set  in B.C. Munchmeyer and  Prospero On The bland (1971)  reveal the author's concern  for the divisions which link  men and women. Munchmeyer is the story of a recently  separated male writer who is  taken without his glasses into  a world of nightmarish fantasy. Prospero... is the story  of the woman who wrote  Munchmeyer, a woman who  finds the world of literature  and personal experience constantly meshing and thus  problematic.  In Lataltia, her latest novel  set in Greece, there is an  examination of a failed relationship between two writers. Lataltia is written in the  form of a letter. Here we  have a clash of artistic egos,  the jealousy between an unsuccessful male writer and his  lover, Rachael, whose own  writing .has brought, her  accolades.  In November, Talon Books  will be releasing a new  book of Thomas' called leal  Mothers.  Book Look  by Murrie Redman  The Girl in a Swing by Richard Adams, Signet, 1980.  As much background research went into The Girl in a  Swing as Richard Adams put into Shardik and Watership  Down. His fine language, the meticulous attention to detail  and a superb story-telling gift, show that Adams is not  merely a writer of excellent allegorv. but also of the human  predicament.  This exquisite romance encompassing a wide and deep  range of emotions, is a tragedy in the mystic manner. To say  it is "haunting" is true. One will not forget the beautiful  Kathe. All else in the novel may fade, but she. the perfect  woman, remains.  Although the tale begins in modern times, its images  cleverly suggest an earlier Romantic period A young man,  unmarried and lonely, runs a family business in antique  porcelains. He has an education in languages, and being a  romantic, is given to thinking German poetry. Descriptions  of fine china, silky garments and the English countryside  setting blend with the poetry to enhance the tragedy and add  to its sensual nature.  Shy bachelor, Alan Desland, meets the stunning Kathe  while on a buying trip to Copenhagen. Smitten not only by  her ethereal beauty, but also her candor, he asks her to  marry him. He cares nothing about her past but only of their  love which seems destined to be. They elope to warm Florida  where they have an abandoned honeymoon, later to return  to slightly miffed relatives in England. Mother Desland,  ruffled by the sudden marriage, is soon placated by the  delightful Kathe. The china shop flourishes under Kathe's  attentions. She even picks up a rare and valuable piece "The  Girl on a Swing" at a simple auction. All seems better than  well.  Alas, strange events occur and Kathe's past is manifested  in unusual ways. A little girl's toy is found in the house and  then is absent, a child is heard sobbing in the night garden,  Kathe becomes unnerved and fearful though silent.  Even at its climactic and devastating end, Adam's story  veils the mystery of Kathe and we are left to guess and  wonder, but not to forget.  Coast News, July 7, 1981  Video Cassette  RENTALS  Some of the Mori** Now Arallabl*  ��� Saturday Night Fever      ��� Love Story  ��� Jaws ��� Breakout  ��� Airport 77 ��� Blazing Saddles  VCR or Iota Format  Sales or Rental*  '���  CHSt  * riMi  (Cutium Vid��o Tjpjja Available)  PLACING & FINISHING  AK Typts of Concrete  Finish*! inckidinjj  CotMimf or Eipowd  Call Any Time  885-2125 886-8511  SERVING PENDER HARBOUR TO PORT MELLON  PATIOS ��� DRIVEWAYS  FLOORS ��� FOUNDATIONS  SIDEWALKS  This scene at Davis Bay beach repeated itself nearly all week as residents and visitors to the Sunshine  Coast finally got a healthy dose of its namesake. ��� B'MI���� J Btnion photo  A call to craftspeople  by Irene Blueth  The Sunshine Coast Arts  Festival is putting out a call  to craftspeople all across the  province to join in the celebration during the Craft  Fair in Hackett Park on  August 8th and 9th. This  promises to be the biggest  open air craft market ever held  on the Sunshine Coast, featuring a children's parade,  performing clowns, and a  farmer's market. Homegrown  music will be provided by  Peter Trower, King Anderson,  Steve Hubert, Reg Dickson,  and others. Sundance Sculpture from Read Island will be  setting up their giant crystal-  shaped booth and several of  the Courtenay Fair artisans  will be displaying their wares.  Local craftspeople, it is time  to get into production. ThhVis  going to be a high energy,  well'attended event. Booth  registration fee is only $15.00  Participation is also welcome from fortune tellers,  jugglers, and others with  skills to share. Farmers,  beekeepers, gardeners with  extra zucchinis: there will be  space in the park for a farmer's market. Applications for I  exotic food concessions are [  also being considered.  Anyone interested in participating should pick up a  registration form at the Arts  Centre. For more information  call Irene Blueth at 885-2687  or leave a message at the Arts  Centre 885-5412.  WE HAVE  BOOKS FOR  EVERYBODY  lor summer  Books on  HIKING  FISHING  SAILING  DIETING  All in paperback  Let ut help you  Select a book for  the beach  A/rstwuRi [)  SOUND  Qpioneetj  irl  ft Cowr  BB5   1.11.1  Gibsons Public  library  Tuesday 2 - 4 pm  Wednesday 2 - 4 pm  Thursday 2-4 & 7-9 pm  Saturday 2 - 4 pm  886-2130  Special on  Kitchen chairs  Bring one chair in for estimate  Many Specials on vinyls  ONE WEEK ONLY!!  All Fabrics in stock 20 ��� 30% Off  upholstery ft  Boat Tops Ltd.  WW  1779Wyngaert Gibsons  886-7310  "CLASSIFIEDADS  ��  We have a complete  Patient Record Plan  for your protection & convenience  For one stop Shopping  come to  Gibsons western Drugs  HS-721S  Sunnyi'rrsl Mall  PEOPLE GOME FIRST AT  PRICES EFFECTIVE: WED. JULY 8 - SAT. 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Beet - Thick Cut  SHORT RIBS ib 4.69  New Zealand Spring Lamb  LOIN CENTRE CHOPS     .. $2.99  Frozen  Fride of Canada  SKINLESS WIENERS!ib v��� p.ck 4.39  CHERRIES ib 89*  Medium  ONIONS  .lb.  45<  California  TOMATOES ib 49*  Carnation ,%<��*  FRENCH FRIES t�� 99*  Vork ��� Unsweetened  ORANGE JUICE .250, 89* |  ****** a.    ~~  LOBSTER 2MPn$3.99  Com to iMadm - uU' ^Pearf  PENDER HARBOUR POOL SCHEDULE  telephone 883-3612.  Wa an Closed lor tha Summer  Watch lor Now Fall Schedule  Thank you lor your support  PENDER HARBOUR CENTRE  Madeira Pirk.883-9100  We reserve the right  to limit quantities  mm*  mm Coast News, July 7, 1981  Halfmoon Bay Happenings.  Variety show 1 ines talent  by Ruth Forrester 8*5-241��  A fantastic show I  The Welcome Besch Community Hall was filled to  capacity on Satuaday night,  June 27, for what proved to be  an evening of joy for everyone  present. The Halfmoon Bay  Variety Show, under the  leadership of Nicki Weber of  Redrooffs was a polished and,'  happy two and a.' half Jjour  show with never a dell moment throughout/rjTo make  such an evening a total  success does depend a lot on  the audience too, and there  was an irniflediate rapport  between /audience and performers which lasted for the  entire sh'ow. The tone was set  right from the opening number by the whole cast of about  a dozen people on stage when  they sartg a lively number to  the turfe of Moonlight Bey,  which became of course -  Halfmoon Bay! Theme of the  show was music and dance  from the 1920s onward. The  genial Master of Ceremonies  was John Hamilton who,  together with Nicki Weber  set the happy and relaxed feeling of a fun night.  It certainly was a "Family  night" in more ways than one,  because there were a couple  of outstanding families in the  gifted and talented Middle-  ton family from Gitfsohs and  the Murphy family from Halfmoon Bay. Also from the  Gibsons area were Karen  Boothroyd and Ken Dalgleish,  while Connie Wilson from  Sechelt was piano accompany-  ist for many of the numbers.  From even further afield  came three very talented  young people who are well  known in the Vancouver area  as "Le Quartette". For this  performance Nicki Weber  made up the fourth singer of  the quartet in the absence of  one of the group. These young  people were only able to stay  for a short time as they had  to catch the ferry back to the  mainland, and it was hard  for the audience to let them  Egmont News  go. They rendered several  numbers from the forties,  and the outstanding one in my  opinion was the Hawaiian  War Chant. Following this  act came our own Ronnie  Dunn of Redrooffs, resplendent in top hat and tails as  Burlington Bertie :. who rises  at ten thirty I Ronnie sang the  number and did a very effective soft-shoe dance which  was much enjoyed by the  audience. Kim and Debbie  Middleton followed with Ain't  Mlsbehavln - song and dance  very cleverly performed, then  John Hamilton together with  Nicki and Ronnie took us into  Aleiander's Ragtime Band  which led into a lively Charleston by Leanne, Suzanne and  Angela Middleton. Mention  should be made of the beautiful costumes that the dancers  wore for all their numbers, as  these are all made by Mrs.  Middleton. Debbie then gave  a very lovely rendition of  Only Make Believe and was  then joined by her sister  Karen for the Cigarette Girl  Dance.  The first half of the show  ended with a song in praise  of the B&J Store at Halfmoon  Bay in appreciation of the fact  that the Schmidts of the  store had helped by selling  tickets and by providing the  refreshments at reduced  prices. To open the second  half of the show Pat Murphy  sang a couple of Bing Crosby  numbers and was joined by  John Hamilton in a medley  of songs in which the audience  joined for a good old sing-along.  Three of the Murphy girls,  Deirdre, Sheila and Stephanie  were a great hit when they  took us back to the forties  with some Andrews and  Boswell sisters numbers  beautifully performed. Each  of the girls also gave some  solo numbers proving that as  well as singing together so  well, they are equally good  individually. There was an  unexpected   highlight   when  Stephanie appeared with  blonde wig and suitable  bosom measurements as Dolly  Parton doing Nine to- Five  backed up by her sisters.  That was a great fun number  and was sung in a really  lively way by all the girls.  Ken Dalgleish, who is well  known on the Sunshine Coast  for his musicianship on piano  sang a couple of Elvis Presley  numbers. Didn't know that he  was so good at impersonations.  There was some more  excellent dancing by the  Middleton sisters who were  then joined by all the children  in the cast for songs from  The Sound of Music. Then the  whole cast sang a fond farewell to the audience with a  Halfmoon Bay Farewell.  Space does not permit the  "Rave Review" to which this  show is really entitled, nor the  inclusion of many more  highlights of an absolutely  fabulous show. Special thanks  are due to Nicki Weber for  having put the whole thing  together and for her guitar  accompaniments. Likewise to  Connie Wilson and Ken for  piano accompaniments. In  fact all of these good people  who had put in many hours  of hard work and practice  were absolutely tremendous.  The Welcome Beach Community Association, who were  the recipients of the proceeds  of the show, was delighted  with the whole evening, and  sincerely hopes that a repeat  performance may be possible  some time around September  for those who were unfortunate enough to miss this  one. We may even have to  get a bigger hall for the next  one I  By the way - many people  do not know that the Royal  Bank in Sechelt is accepting  donations to the Terry Fox  Cancer Fund, so no need to  let the mail strike stop you  from showing your appreciation in memory of this fine  lad.  Florence Edwards has fun with Kinsmen representative Ron Taberner while promoting the Red  Cross Blood Donor Clinic. Miriam Thompson is seen on the right. Red Cross Blood Donor Clinics  visit the Sunshine Coast later this month. Red Cross representatives Miriam Thompson and  Florence Edwards have arranged the clinics for Sechelt and Gibsons, July 27 and 30 respectively. The  Sechelt clinic will be held in St. Mary's Hospital on Monday, July 27, from 3 until 8 pm. Gibsons  bleeds in Elphinstone School Gym on Thursday, July 30, between 3 and 8 pm.       mm jo��Pnoco  Cutbacks cause confusion  PUBLIC  NOTICE  POWER OUTAGES  ELECTRIC POWER WILL BE INTERRUPTED  AS FOLLOWS:  Due to system improvements on our  distribution lines in the Gibsons, Hopkins  Landing, Soames Point, Granthams Landing,  Langdale, Williamsons Landing areas, there  will be several short power outages in these  areas during the month of July.  AREAS AFFECTED:  Hwy. 101 from North Road to Marine Drive,  Marine Drive to Port Mellon Hwy., Port Mellon  Hwy. to an area approximately 1 mile beyond  Twin Creeks Road and all side roads.  These outages will be Intermittent and will  be between the hours of 08:00 to 16:00 Monday  to Friday.  E.J. Hensch,  District Manager  4^  s  by Tom Nishimura  the recent announcement  of cut-backs in funding for  some of the Ministry of Health  programs has resulted in  much publicity being given  to statements by politicians.  These statements, many of  which are inaccurate and  misleading, have created considerable anxiety among the  recipients of the Homemaker  Service.  Our service, operated by  the Society, offers in-home  care to any eligible members  of this community. The largest  user of our service is the  Ministry of Health (some  95%). Thus, the Ministry  effectively controls the service  by controlling the funds available for the purchase of  Homemaker Service. The proposed cuts in funding would  then be expected to  make  fewer hours of service available for the elderly and  needy. In some areas of the  province this will result in a  35% reduction in service.  Homemaking services have  grown at a rapid rate over the  past few years. A wide range  in quality of service has  resulted from the absence of  clearly defined objectives and  excessive work loads for  supervisors. Although problems of control of the service  have been offset to a certain  degree by the dedication and  integrity of the individuals  providing the actual service ���  the Homemakers - there is  some justification for the  Ministry to question the uncontrolled growth. It is unfortunate that the timing and  methods used have served to  create unnecessary anxiety for  those most dependent.  In our community, Ministry  of Health personnel work  closely with the Homemaker  agency. All applications for  service are carefully screened  and appropriate levels of  service are determined by the  consensus of both groups.  Homemaker services are then  assigned on the basis of the  specific need of each client.  This system has resulted in  a lower average number of  hours of Homemaker service  to client ratio than exists in  most parts of the province  and as a result we have  received an indication that  we will not be required to  significantly reduce our level  of service in 1981-82.  We are optimistic that  further improvements in the  training of Homemakers and  improved administrative practices will enable us to improve the quality of service to  clients with no appreciable  increase in hours.  Trash mars power line vista  The closure of the Gibsons  garbage dump has not deterred a handful of local  citizens from using the power  line adjacent to Stewart  Road as a dumping ground.  Nearby residents are very  resentful of the trash as it  mars an otherwise beautiful  site on the power line itself.  One local resident has  collected envelopes with the  names of local citizens typed  or  written   on   them.   The  possibility that similar incriminating artifacts may be  collected by authorities investigating the illicit dumping  is not out of the question.  The Coast News has obtained  photographs of letters found  at the site.  POOL WORLD  (  ��� Chemicals in Stock  ��� Complete Pool Service  Acrylic Swimming  Spas      Saunas Pools  HYDRO-THERAPY  BATHTUBS  by  On display at  THE HOME CENTRE  Kiwanis Way & North ftd.  "Work with Professional People"  886-8187  669-5383   Toll tre. Irom Van.  Loggers crash land in trees  by Jon Van Aradell  So you want to go logging,  eh? Well, so did four men  from Gordondale. They were  in Squamish last weekend and  decided they would charter  a Beaver to get back to camp  at Egmont. Very heavy fog  caused the pilot to tum  about and, not being able  to see, performed the old  crash-landing-in-the-trees  trick.  First, one pontoon parted  company, then the other and,  finally, after losing one wing,  they nested in the trees and  settled to the ground.  While standing around  checking each other for  injuries the wing fell out of  the trees and nearly flattened  all five of them. The last we  heard they had taken a boat  to camp loaded with lots of  toilet paper.  Still in all it supports the  incredible record Beavers  have had over the years.  It wouldn't be fair not to  mention the fact that there  was a hot time in the old town  Monday night. It goes to show  how tough Egmont is, as the  Doc and most people's nerves  are still intact...  The phones are in  their  usual state of disrepair.  They ring and they  ring  and nobody's there.  It has been suggested that  no one pay their bill  this  month, which should be no  problem considering the postal strike.  The gardens are starting  to put on weight and the slugs  have gone to rest.  A great game of water polo  was had in Waugh Lake  Saturday morning. Freddy,  John, Mark and Darrel swam  against Alvin, Calvin, Lou and  Rob. Final score, four to two;  left even the most rugged  players gasping for breath.  For all your Carpets  World of Rattan  Rattan Furniture Show  until July 18th  Quality Rattan at an  Affordable Price  Sunnycrest Mall  Gibsons  3 DAY FILM  Processing Service  on print and develop of C-41 film  located under walkway,  Teredo Square, Sechelt  885-2882  H Tri'Photo H Coast News, July 7, 1981  Roberts Creek  Beachcomber-Creek rematch leads off Daze  by JeanJe Norton 886-9609  Remember the "pink jock  strap award"? It was the  trophy presented as a booby  prize to "The Beachcombers"  after their resounding defeat  by the Ladies Softball Team  last year at Roberts Creek  Daze.  They've had a whole year  to repair their tattered pride  and prepare themselves for  more humiliation. They've  re-grouped and are coming  out in full force this Friday  under the masterful leadership of Captain Gerussi.  We've no idea of their game  plan but no doubt they'll  make a good show of it. Pat  "Jesse" John usually anchors  the team from behind the  plate and Bob "Relic" Clothier is renowned as a heavy  hitter since he literally destroyed the "ball" three years  ago.  Jackson Davies was probably one of the keenest  players last year and Don  Granbery is usually recognizable by his hat if not his  pitching prowess. Even old  "pie in the face" Graham  Crowell will be there if  paternity does not intervene.  It'll be an all-star game with  both the gang from Molly's  Reach and the formidable  Roberts Creek Legion Ladies,  so don't miss it. The game is  6:30 this Friday at Roberts  Creek Elementary. The Roberts Creek Lions will be selling  popcorn, candy floss, and pop,  so bring a blanket or a lawn  chair and come for the fun.  Pageant and Social  Following the ball game on  Friday night is the Mr.  Roberts Creek contest and  socialjBt the Community Hall.  Entrants have been a bit  bashful about announcing  their intentions and apparently Dennis Mulligan did not  realize that a vital part of his  duties as the new fire chief is  representing his Department  in the pageant, but a few other  noble souls have come forth.  We're told the Beachcombers are planning to enter  a couple of contestants. Their  candidate came close to winning last year, so if you fellows  in Roberts Creek have any  pride, you'll give them a run  for their money.  Bango Boragno regrets that  he will not be a contestant this  year, but he says he hi x  great time last year  would certainly recommet  to anyone. It's a chance tc "-  crazy and have a really good  time.  It's not too late to sign up.  Phone Dianne Evans at 886-  Parade which starts at 11.  Parade entrants should be at  the Hall by 10:30 for marshalling. Muffins and coffee will  be available down by the Post  Office.  The pet contest will be at  noon nt the school grounds.  Former kennel owner Bill  Walkejr will be judging and  Magus Kennels will give an  obedience demonstration.  The crafts fair and food  booths will be down by the  mouth of the Creek and they  should be open around noon.  There'll be the usual hamburgers, hot dogs, popcorn,  A play area for kids will be  provided. The baking contest  will take place at 2:30. Recipes  must be turned into the  Store this week. Categories  are cakes, pies, and kids.  The adult canoe races will  start at 3. Bring your own  canoe, if possible. The draw  for the raffle will be held at  4. Things should wind down  around then, so people have  time to go home and get  ready for the dance at the  Hall Saturday night.  The band for the Daze  Dance is "Nightshade" and  tickets are $7.50 at Seaview  - Vane Parnell Photo  All ready for Fun! These Roberts Creek residents can't wait to tell everyone about the good times in  store for them at the annual Roberts Creek Daze planned for July 10 and II.  2087 or at work at 886-9334 for  details.  Following the pageant  there'll be live music with  Ken Dalgleish, Phil Knipe  and Budge Schacte. The social  will last from 9 until 1 and  tickets are $3 at Seaview  Market. Get them now because they were at a premium  last year.  Rest of the Daze  On Saturday morning Hall  Road will be closed at 10 a.m.  for  the   Higgledy   Piggledy  pop, candy floss, and an  Indian curry booth.  The kids' games start at  1 and will be announced.  There's face painting and  costumes, a little kids' tea,  fort building, canoe races,  swimming races, pony rides,  nail driving, fish pond, toy  boats, and a treasure hunt.  The greased pole will start  at 2.  The tea will be held in the  "village green" behind the  Post Office storting at 1:30.  Market and at the Press in  Sechelt. Don't wait until the  last minute - the Daze Dance  is always a sellout.  Want to help?  If you want to help with the  Daze or you have a pony to  lend, phone Sue at 88S-2972  or Marion at 885-3605.  Prizes galore  If you can't use $100, surely  you'll want a fully finished  playhouse or a Texas mickey.  There are three raffles at  Roberts Creek Daze this year  and you've got a good chance  of winning something.  The Roberts Creek Daze  Bonanza Raffle has a whole  bunch of prizes, including  the aforementioned $100, a  $50 grocery voucher, a plane  flight, a hanging basket, a  book on gardening, a wicker  basket, bathroom accessories,  an electric clock, a painting,  and a Roberts Creek T-shirt.  Tickets are 50* or 3 for $1  and are available at Seaview  Market, the Legion and  Roberts Creek Daze.  The Roberts Creek Lions are  raffling a 6' by 8' playhouse  worth an estimated $1,000.  It's fully insulated, with panelling, a plug-in, and a light  switch. If you don't have kids  you can use it as a guest  house. It'll be in the parade  and on display at the Daze.  The Lions will be selling  tickets.  Tickets for the Legion's  draw on the Texas mickey  are $1 each and are available  at Seaview Market and the  Legion.  Hoedown Saturday  For those not wishing to go  or unable to get tickets to the  Daze Dance on Saturday  night, the Legion is having a  hoedown. Lome and Norm  Jones will be playing blue-  grass with Herb Ebach on  fiddle. There'll be spot prizes  and good fun.  Getyourown  Chris Belcher reports several incidents of stolen newspapers. If people want "The  Sun", Chris will happily add  them to her route, but missing  papers means a lot more work  for her.  Thanks for support  The Roberts Creek Legion  Ladies Softball Team would  like to thank the Roberts  Creek Legion, Elphinstone  Recreation Group, and Gibsons Building Supplies, for  their contributions and support this year. Thanks also to  the faithful fans who came out  and cheered them on to  victory.  DEREK EVERARD  & Associates Ltd.  Compare! Check our Low Rates!  We're THE Life and Mortgage  Insurance People in Gibsons and  Sechelt! 885-5726  NOP  Swanson's  L & H Swanson Ltd.  sand, erausi  DUMP TRUCKS  Box 172, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0    885-5333  British Columbia  Social Credit Party  MacKenzie Constituency  ANNUAL MEETING  The annual meeting of the MacKenzie Constituency  of the British Columbia Social Credit Party  will be held  SUNDAY, JULY 12TH, 1981 2:30 P.M.  DRIFTWOOD INN, SECHELT, B.C.  Business:  Election of Officers &  Directors - Resolutions  Duncan A. Sim  President  Sunshine Coast Arts Centre needs help  .-"  The Sunshine Coast Arts  Centre needs help with  various aspects of the prgram  for its Second Annual Arts  Festival to be held August  4th - ISth. Assistance is  needed with the following:  - Co-ordinator of volunteers  for the Festival.  - Trouble shooting for various  workshops in Sechelt.  - Instruction assistants for  mask workshop.  - Equipment co-ordinator.  - Artists to make banners.  - Daily ticket sellers.  ��� Fare collectors on the busses  - Clean up supervisor for the  Arts Centre on August 3rd,  before the  Festival   begins.  - Person to supervise setting  up of tennis courts on August  17th in preparation for the  children's party.  - Food servers for the children's party on the 8th.  All in all, the Arts Festival  offers a great opportunity for  both permanent and summer  residents to participate in the  local spirit of things. To enquire further, contact Joan  Cowderoy at the Volunteer  Bureau 885-5881, or Donna  Shugar at 885-3512 (days),  886-2843 (evenings only) or  leave messages at 885-5412.  Company for Elderly Lady.  Someone is needed to visit  with an elderly woman who is  staying with a family in West  Sechelt a few hours one day a  week during the month of  July. It would be appreciated  if interested persons contact  Joan Cowderoy at 885-5881,  Driver from Wilson Creek to  Gibsons.  Help is needed to drive a  little girl in the morning from  her home in Wilson Creek to  daycare in Gibsons. Mileage  will be paid. Persons willing  to consider doing this at least  one day a week or someone  driving to work in the Gibsons  area and able to do it more  frequently are asked to call the  Volunteer Bureau 885-5881  for further information. Help  is also being sought for drives  home.  Woodworking teacher.  The Achievement Centre for  handicapped adults is still  looking for someone to teach  woodworking in their sheltered workshop environment  with a small group of clients.  Some remuneration is available. Call the Volunteer  Bureau 885-5881 for additional  information.  \*  ft*  1?  **  Alano Club  In April an interim committee formed the Sunshine  Alano Club, which is a recreation club for members and  friends to participate in social  activities. With their efforts  and the generous support of  community members and  business  firms   the   project  arrange for registration under  the Societies' Act and elect a  board of directors. The interest and participation was  at a high level for the election  of four one-year directors and  five two-year directors.  With the enthusiasm of the  board and membership, the  became well established as a premises adjacent to Andy's  'drop-in' centre for all ages Family Restaurant in Gibsons  which does not permit alcohol should prove to be an asset  on the premises. to the Sunshine Coast. The  On June 26th a good turnout public is invited to drop in and  of members met to approve see what is offered and, if  a  constitution  and  by-laws, interested, become members.  I               BUILD YOUR OWN HOME AND SAVE.  |        ORDER YOUR CATALOGUE ��� 120 PLANS - TODAY.         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"For All Your Building Needs"  loll Free ���  From Vancouver SWlShine Gibsons  688-6814     coast      886-8141  Hwy.,  Gibsons  FRIDAY, JULY 10  6:30 p.m. BEACHCOMBERS BALLGAME school Grounds  9 p.m. ROBERTS CREEK SOCIAL  featuring "MR. ROBERTS CREEK CONTEST" at the Hall  Tickets at Seaview Market,     Come on, men! Fame & fortune can be yours!  SATURDAY, JULY 11  10 fl.in. HALL ROAD CLOSURE      Parade Assembly  1* a.m. HIGGLEDY PIGGLEDY PARADE  ^JOON PET CONTEST     .School Grounds   Obedience demonstrations by Magus Kennels  ;  :-.l J p.m. KIDS GAMES  -    i ��� ' ' ��� Toy Boat Races ��� Treasure Hunt  \ f',M/r-i    . ���%* "*        * ^ace f>ain,in9 ��� Pony Rides  ���'���   '.*���� ���* ��� Fish Pond ��� Gnome House Building  1:30 p.m.  AFTERNOON  TEA  on the Green  behind Post Office  2 p.m. GREASED POLE  2:30 p.m. BAKING CONTEST  3 p.m. CANOE RACES  4 p.m. RAFFLE DRAW  Super Prizes  9 - 1 a.m. DANCE  to "Nightshade"  at the Hall  Tickets at Seaview Market  and the Press  No Minors      Presale only $7.50 each m  Coast News, July 7, 1981  LLCI\y  DOLLAR PCCDS  OVERLOOKING BEAUTIFUL GIBSONS HARBOUR  PCCDLCE  B.C. Okanagan  California  TOMATOES  lb.  U.S. No.l  Lazy Hazy Days  B.C. Long English  CUCUMBERS  ea.  KAISER BUhS  6/^1.19  National Bakeries' _ _��� .  BEEF & CHICKEN PIES   ea 59c  It seems as though summer has definitely arrived.  Maybe its stay is going to be short though so I, for one, am going to make the most of it. At this time  of year there's a lot of ripe squishy fruit around. Gorgeous for simply guzzling by itself or making fruit and yogurt  drinks or stirring up in ice cream. If you can tear yourself away from the sunshine you may care to try a traditional English  dessert called Summer Pudding. When one looks at the ingredients���all that soggy bread!���it doesn't appear to be I  appetizing but I've served it to many people who've said: "Mm-m delicious���what was in it!" It really is quite yummy���and i  you've got a garden that's dripping with raspberries this is one of the thousands of ways of serving my favourites! fruit!  Summer Pudding  2 quarts - about 3 lbs. of fresh fruit such as raspberries, loganberries, red  or black currants, blueberries, blackberries, salmon berries or any mixture of the above.  1 1/4 cups of sugar - approximately  10 ��� 12 slices white bread  1 cup whipping cream  1 teaspoon vanilla  1 teaspoon sugar  Prepare the fruit according to kind and drain for about 10 minutes on some paper towel to remove excess water or juice.  Place the berries in a mixing bowl and gently stir in the sugar adding more if necessary until the sugar granules have dissolved.  Remove the crusts from the bread slices.  Get a 2 quart pudding basin (the one yuou boil your Christmas puddings in can be fished out from the back of the cupboard).  Cut a circle of bread to fit the top of the bowl, then cut wedges of bread so that the bowl is completely lined with no bits of bowl  showing in between the bread. Place all the fruit and sugar mixture in th bread-lined bowl and then cover the top with remaining  bread. Put a plate on top of the bowl and a weight on that���a storage jar or a pount of potatoes or something heavy that's not too  unhygenic���then pop the whole thing in the fridge overnight.  Next evening for dessert, whip up the cream, vanilla and sugar, place in a bowl. Remove the summer pudding from the fridge  and turn it out into the chilled plate.  Serve it immediately to about six admiring people along with dollops of the cream and enjoy!  ���    Nest Lewis  A A  "fPWW  LJ  Kraft Mini      Fruit & White jm*A  marshmallows^69��  Dare     Asst'd Varieties .  coohles $1.59  Christies ^           ���  trlscults ���;..,:&* *1.19  cnunH mmt tuna uum,  Delmonte   Asst'd Varieties .  pineapple ^miBo*  0016,8 mm   m  pineapple lulce ,*L, ��1.09  Sunspun - Fancy  applesauce ^53��  paper towels *, *1.flQ  Sunspun - Fancy Whole Kernel Mamamdm  corn ��> m. 2/89��  Nabisco - Spoon Size *******  shredded wheat���� 99��  McCormick's .  arrowroot plus M a* *1.55  Kraft - Singles  cheese slices      J2.49  Kraft A  cheezwhlz       ujfl.99  Niagara      Plain & Pink mm***.  lemonade **&  Stouffer's  meat pies        ... * 1.69  Beef, Chicken or Turkey  The  PoP  12-30 oz/850 ml  Any flavour  $5.50  plus tk'pusil  Shoppe  $5 00   24-10 oz/300 ml  '{todSpttti   Any flavour  Day by day. item by nam, we tie mora for you in  providing variety, duality and friendly service.  'We reserve the right to limit quantities  Gower Point Rd��� Gibsons      Free Delivery to the Wharf      886*2257  Fnth  SPRING, COHO  &SOCKEYE  SALMON  Now Available!  iGibsons Fish Mkt  886-7888  pw.w.����ww��wn��.��H  ALL SPORTS I  MARINE  There's nothing  quite like it!  INSTABOAT  Weighs 56 lbs.  3 man capacity  a  886-9303 j  ���wiHimnmwiwI Coast News, July 7,1981  Consumer - Wide Mouth  pint laps a*���, $4.39  Consumer - Wide Mouth  quart laps       wm*5.39  spic ft span        J3.89  Cascade  dishwasher del.  Oxydol or Bold  65 oz  $3.99  uajuvi ui uuiu ahm   mWMm%  laundry detergent L $4.59  Bounce dmam 4*4*  fabric softener   * $2.99  Purex A  bathroom tissue * $1.55  Kleenex .  facial tissue , 2/$1.00  "Chubby's" Boutique or Regular  Duncan Hines - Double Fudge ^     ''gmtm  brownie mix n $1.39  ��� HOUSEWARES  WOODEN MUD  7 piece salad set includes:  ��� 10" bowl ��� 1 fork  ��� 6"-4 bowls ��� 1 spoon  These attractive sets are  dishwasher safe & detergent  proof.  Reg. '5.95  '4.05  By Si Clair  Beautiful 12 oz. glass tumblers  with gold flake bird designs.  Reg. '1.69  '1.29  ICE CUBE TRAYS  By  Stock up for those cool summer  drinks.  Reg.'1.09  79*  MEAT  Gov't Inspected Canada Grade II Beef  Full Cut  Bone In lb.  Link  8MUC COIL  MM  Fresh  FILLETS  lb.  $1.69  SAUSAGE      $1.09  SHCP  TALK  Of This and That  CANADA DAY CELEBRATIONS  The turnout of adults and children at Dougal Park  on July 1st was exceedingly good. The guess Is that  some 500 people participated in the eventful day of  fun and games. We all owe a debt of gratitude to Col.  Doug Dickson, his wife and his helpers for  organizing and putting on such a successful event.  We know how dispirited Doug was over the stolen  flag incident. It was good that the public responded  so well to "make his day".  HOLIDAY NEEDS  Expecting company? One of the things you might  consider doing is steam cleaning your rugs and  furniture. It's been quite a while since we ran an  advertisement with respect to our Rug Cleaning  Machine which is for rent at $15.00 for 4 hours,  $25.00 per day.  There are several different outfits In the Rug  Cleaning Machine Rental business. Much of our  business has grown by customer referral. People  who use our machine are very well satisfied. It does  a good job. So why not do it while you have some  help at home to move the furniture.  by Bill Edney  0t\$&   '"���  Another holiday need is film for picture taking,  and a developing service. We're not Kits Cameras by  any means, but we do provide a modest service for  most standard size films. Please ask the cashiers to  serve you.  Holiday time is cook-out time, and picnicing at the  beach. Whether It be fresh baking, fresh meats, crisp  fresh produce, or luncheon plates and serviettes;  whether it be habachis, charcoal or starter fuel,���  when you want to cook out, or go on a quickly  organized picnic, come see us.  One of the nicest outings I find, is one that is a  spontaneous suggestion, when the weather is right,  and that's when you need a store that's open seven  days a week and which has everythlngl  MEAT DEPARTMENT  I've often been told by customers how happy they  are with our meat. When you buy ground beef, for  instance, you don't want to wind up with a pan full of  grease. Good quality ground beef may cost a little  more in the first instance, but there's more of it in the  pan to eat when you've finished cooking it.  We are now making our own beef sausages, and I  can describe theirflavourto you in two words���"Mm  Mm". Give them a try. I don't think you'll be -  disappointed.  i  ���  i  L.  ���I  I  %,  1. Cut out this Coupon  2. Attach to your Sales Slip  3. Return to Ken's Lucky Dollar ^%l\  DRAW TO BE MADE SUNDAY AT 5 p.m.  NAME  TEL NO._   .<<?  POSTAL ADDRESS  Our popular $50.00 weekly grocery draw will continue each week into  1981 until further notice.  Grocery Draw Winner  Doris Cameron  Shop with confidence, our prices are uery competltlue.  we win not be undersold on these advertised items.  We fully guarantee everything m sell to he satisfactory.  or money cheerfully refunded. �����������  mwm  mwmm  10  Coast News, July 7, 1981  Historical Background  The Gibsons Finnish Settlement  Continued from last week.  by D.J. Haaka  What the Finns brought  Liibsons was a way of life that  was to endure for over two  decades and influence the  community even into the  present day. The semi-independent lifestyle of the  Finns was based on an "eek-  ing" system, where odd jobs  and exploitations of natural  resources combined to support  the families of the community.  farming,    fishing,    logging;  all of these helped them get  by. More than anything else,  they brought a sense of community to the area, rather than  l he every man for himself  attitude of the early settlers,  based on the huge tracts of  land that the Finns broke up.  Such a robust and energetic  community is not one that you  would expect to disappear  with hardly a trace. But they  did not fix their names on  places. The community halls  they built no longer serve a  town infatuated with swimming pools and curling rinks.  Their children, the next  generation, should have been  their most immediate legacy,  but of all of them, only George  Wiren (Wiljoe's cousin) married a Finlander.  The tale after 1920 is a sad  one. It resonates like a roll  call of the departed. Wiljoe  answers again and again:  Jake Hintsa? He died. Willan-  der? Dead. Dead and gone.  Others left the Gibsons area  for other towns, other jobs.  They left like the ones who  had left before them, opening  the way for other settlers,  having completed their stage  of the community's development. The Finns had landed  just in time for Gibsons; when  small settlements all along the  coast were failing, the people  deserting them in droves,  the Finns gave Gibsons and  the entire Sunshine Coast the  shot in the' arm it needed.  Without them, there might not  have been a Gibsons at all.  Still, you must expect signs  from such a significant portion  of our history. If not actual  people or landmarks, then  economic units, perhaps. A  store founded by the Finns,  or maybe the shell of one now  occupied by something else.  Nothing like that remains.  The cannery, something that  the Finns were the driving  force in instituting, was closed  down in 1952, after the price  of berries in B.C. dropped  drastically, making the old  business unfeasible after thirty years of operation. More  recently, the Elphinstone Coop closed its doors in 1979  after 62 years of serving the  community.  The Co-op and the cannery  were both founded as alternatives to the semi-monopolies that individuals or  individual companies held.  This is especially true of the  Co-op, founded in order to  side-step price increases in  the First World War. Both  these businesses were indicative of the Finnish cooperative spirit, and not at all  like the dog-eat-dog business  atmosphere that now plays  a dominant role in the entire  province. That change in  attitude contributed to their  demise.  . In the strictest terms, it  was not the scattering of the  next generation, nor any  betrayal to the old way of life  that spelled an end to the  Finnish community. It was,  pure and simple, economics  that decided their fate. Les  Peterson explains:  "When you get down to any  kind of group you get a  terrarium or fishbowl because  it's on a scale where you can  see what's happening. Apply  it to the larger scale and it  becomes indicative of the  whole."  Using this analogy, the  demise of the Finn's prosperity becomes more significant than it may seem.  Using the natural resources  and their industry, they were  able to make ends meet in a  much more diverse economy  than we now enjoy. Produce,  raw milk, and fish could all  help each family make a  living. The same methods,  however, cannot be used  today. The resources are  lacking. Raw milk cannot be  sold, and it takes considerable  capital to make fishing a  lucrative living.  That is something the Finns  never had; a lot of money.  As the economic imbalance  whereby B.C. produced less  and less of its own food and  became a raw material province increased, the eeking  system became more and  more ineffective. The Finns  were among the first casualties of policies that have  made agriculture the preserve  of big business, resulting in  only a single actively marketing farm on the Sunshine  Coast where once there were  dozens.  Add in the development of  transportation, refrigeration,  and instantaneous communication, and it is not so hard  to see why the Finns, based  on a socialist agrarian economy, could not even compete  in their own backyard. Because they usually just got by  in normal times, there was  little provision for hard times.  Stirrer competition coupled  with the Great Depression  forced most Finns off the land.  "People ask me what we  did for a living up here,"  Wiljoe says, "and I have to  stop and think for a bit. It's  not an easy question."  California produce has now  edged out B.C. products.  The environment that gave  birth to the Finnish community no longer exists, and it  is a sad thing to think the only  new townships heard of today  are the "instant towns" made  necessary by the coal deal.  Sadder, perhaps, is that the  memory of that time is fast  fading. Too few remember  that even in the little time  Gibsons has been settled  ���there is an heroic history  to it that can give everyone  living here today a fresh  perspective on their lifestyle.  Too many people come to B.C.  today to find high wages and  standards of living. Few think  of hacking a hospitable environment out of the wilderness and existing without  the aid of grocery, hardware,  and liquor stores. Gone is a  sense of kinship and community that should have been  the Finlander's richest gift  to this village, a legacy from  a now half forgotten people  from a half forgotten era.  for tourists and residents.  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BRAKE a SUSPENSION CENTRE  Tire Sales  O Service  Brake  Repairs  ������4-3700  ���S0-S107  Hwy. 101, Gibsons  22  RENT-A-CAR  RENT-A-TRUCR  Dally - Weekly  Monthly  Competitive Rates  SOUTH COAST FORD  34    885-2131  GIBSONS SHELL  SERVICE  Gibsons Harbour  Monday thru Saturday  8a.m.��� 8p.m  Sunday: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.  General Service  s     886-2572  HORSESHOE  SOW8N     \  ISLAND        \ Coast News, July 7, 1981  11  Fleming on Education  "What's a pesky lousy?"  - Vana Parnall Pholo  1 Hunching the coast's first locally-built barge, owner of the Tillyak, Bill Thompson of Garden Bay  gives the barge a shove on its way, Monday, at a barge-launching party held at llyak Marine Ways.  (A fine line)  by Bruce Roblnaon  A good friend from Vancouver, Tom, phoned me at  the cabin on a hot, August  afternoon a couple of years  ago. Up until I answered the  phone, my most demanding  activity for the day had been  pouring equal amounts of gin  and tonic and turning the  pages of a wonderfully awful,  mystery novel.  Tom wanted to bring two  lady friends up, just for the  day, to show them how we  "slower-paced" folks lived.  Didn't seem like a bad idea.  Hell, maybe I could even con  one of them into making my  drinks. All that measuring and  pouring was becoming pretty  demanding.  The first indication I had  that they had arrived was  a woman's scream. The stairs  coming down the cliff to my  cabin are a little tricky,  especially in platform shoes.  1 was out in time to pick the  poor girl off .the ground, and  Tom seemed to think this a  fitting time to make introductions.  Misty, the fallen woman,  kind of grunted something at  me, and the other, Saffron,  was too busy taking off her  high heels to signal acknowledgement. The time it  took them to get the rest of the  way down the stairs you would  have thought they were  rapelling down Everest.  Now was probably not a  good time to ask somebody to  pour me a drink, so I served  up a round. Even without the  shoes, the girls looked as if  Tom had snatched them from  a disco. I was curious to see  how Saffron planned to water-  ski in a velvet jump suit.  Personally, I would have  opted for Misty's satin dress.  It would provide more freedom of movement for jumping  the wake.  Everybody was considerably more cheerful after the  second round and after the  fourth round I was able to  talk the girls into putting on  a couple of my mother's old,  one-piece bathing suits.  Shades of Esther Williams. I  knew this was the turning  point.  Al Wagner  Al Wagner  Invites you  to join  Big  Brothers  A service ot friendship freely given by  men, to boys without  fathers.  For Information  886-2615  885-5664      ,  If Misty could bear a purple  and white polka dot bathing  suit, and if Saffron could  manage to lace up her suit,  which looked like a 1930's  Radcliffe basketball uniform -  without either one of them  perishing from humiliation -  then I knew they'd be alright.  "These suits are the coming  thing," 1 encouraged them.  Fortunately they were laughing too hard to hear me. Their  hysteria was a good sign.  They were beginning to crack.  "What about sharks?" Saffron asked, when we were  standing on the beach. I knew  this was coming. Jaws II had  just played in Vancouver.  "Hell, the sharks are nothing," I assured her. "But  the wolfeels are really vicious.  Carried off my three year old  last year."  "Tom never said you were  married," Misty replied.  Once Tom and I finally  convinced the girls that the  water was safe, they enjoyed  the swim. Water-skiing for  their first time, both girls got  up on the third try and took to  it like naturals. They didn't  mind the fresh salmon for  dinner either or the midnight  swim and the brandy and the  fire afterwards.  But I really knew the girls  had arrived when I ssw them  down on the beach the next  morning, wearing a conglomeration of castoff clothes  which had been in the cabin  for years. The girls were  investigating under rocks,  skipping stones and imitating  seagulls.  The third day I even found  out Misty and Saffron had real  names like everybody else.  Gwen and Susan. When the  girls left at the end of the  week, they had bags of shells,  wild roses, pictures of river  otters which live under my  cabin and good, salty smiles.  The toughest task I hsd was  persuading the girls to return  the moth-eaten wardrobe they  had adopted. I finally relinquished the purple and  white polka dot bathing suit.  Gwen wouldn't leave without  it.  About a week after the girls  left, I made an interesting  discovery. I was sweeping up  on one of my rare cleaning  days and my broom knocked  against something alien under  the kitchen table. Sitting  huddled together and looking  rather lost and helpless,  were a pair of platform shoes.  by Frances Fleming  Question: This may sound  like a joke but it is serious to  me. Was there ever a writer on  education called something like  "pesky lousy"? Why?- Student.  You must have heard someone mention a famous educator  called Johann Heinrich Pesta-  lozzi, whose name is pronounced pe-sta-lot-see. He was a  Swiss educational reformer.  Some of his writings may have  affected Marie Montessori, for  he lived from 1746 to 1827.  He turned to teaching and  studying education after studying theology and being forced  to abandon his career in  religion because of his radical  political activities. On his farm  near Zurich he conducted a  little school for poor children,  and developed a theory of  education that studied the  natural order of individual  development and the importance of real experiences and  participation to learning.  Pestalozzi wanted schools to  produce good people as well as  educated people, and he wanted the schools to be used to  bring about social reform. He  felt that the gap between the  very rich and the deserving  :poor was too great, and he  longed for individual freedom  I to replace tyranny.  His most famous books are  "Leonard and Gertrude" and  "How Gertrude Teachers Her  Children". He opposed the  memorization and strict discipline which characterized the  schools of his day, and wanted  to replace them with classrooms which were conducted  with love and understanding of  the child's world.  Pestalozzi had a deep and  unshaken belief in the individuality of each child, and the  importance of this individuality being developed and  being allowed to expand to its  maximum fulfillment. He respected the individuality of the  child more than he did the  individuality of the teacher. He  wanted teachers in training to  Failing is no joking matter  Dear Mummy and Daddy  I am sorry 1 have not written  to you for such a long time and  1 hope you have not been too  worried about me. When we  had the tire in the dormitory, of  course 1 was lucky to escape  with a few of the other girls, but  when 1 jumped from the  window I unfortunately missed  the net and then had to spend  time in hospital. Fortunately  the doctor says that my head  injuries will not leave mc with  any lasting disability and.  providing I am careful, I should  be able to lead a fairlv normal  life.  You will be glad to know that  I am quite comfortable in this  small apartment. After the  school was destroyed we had  nowhere to go and Mark - he is  the school boiler man and  helped pick me up when I fell -  suggested I should move in  with him. He is such a nice boy  and I cannot wait to tell you  that we are going to be married.  I know that with your customary tolerance and broad-  mindness it will make no  difference to you that the  colour of your prospective son-  in-law is not the same as ours.  He comes from a good family  in the Congo, where his father  runs an armaments business, so  they are quite well,off. Mummy, I am dying to see you and  to have a heart-to-heart talk to  you about the baby. I realize  that there will be problems but  I know we can all work  together to overcome any  prejudices which may arise in  our circle of friends and  neighbours at home.  Dear Mummy and Daddy,  now that you have read as far as  this I am glad to say that there  has been no fire, I have not  been injured, I am not living  with a coloured boy, 1 am not  engaged nor am I pregnant. I  am, however, writing to say 1  have failed my 'A' level French  and I just wanted you both to  get this news in the right  perspective.  Get your  PNE ENTRIES  to this newspaper  Before July 20  The mail strike means a special arrangement for all entrants  in the 1981 PNE Fair. If you're entering Creative Crafts, the  Horse Show, Livestock Show, 4-H Show or the show for  Poultry, Aviculture, Rabbits and Cavies... you should deliver  your entries to the office of this newspaper before July 20th.  Your entry should include the full entry fee - by cheque only -  payable to the Pacific National Exhibition.  The normal closing dates still apply for all shows, except  Creative Crafts, which is extended to July 20th. However, the  PNE will arrange one courier pick-up of entries only from  your local newspaper... on July 20th. From this date on, you  must deliver any remaining entries directly to the PNE in  Vancouver.  It's an emergency measure, because of an emergency  situation. To be part of the 1981 PNE Fair, get your entries in  to this newspaper nowl  PACIFIC NATIONAL EXHIBITION  be extremely well-educated  individuals but felt that their  professional training should be  rigorous and child oriented. He  saw school as the child's place,  not the teacher's place. The  interests of the teacher had to  be subverted to the interests of  the child. A rigid provincial  curriculum would have been  despised by this educator.  The Pestalozzian Movement  in the United States was  recorded by a writer named  W.S. Munroe. Teacher training was somewhat modified by  Peslalozzi's theories, and the  fact that universities now train  teachers in place of the old  Normal Schools fits in with his  desire for a broad liberal  education for teachers.  What would Pestalozzi have  made of present-day society  and the moral dilemmas we  face every day? He was convinced thai he knew right from  wrong, morality from immorality, saint from sinner. We in  I98I are not so sure, less than  certain as to who are the "good  guys" and who are the "bad  guys".  ] The French sociologist,  Emile Durkheim, held that the  collective mind of society was  the source of religion and  morality, and that the common  values developed in society are  the cohesive bonds of social  order. When a society loses its  values, he declared, this leads  to disorientation of the individual. The increase of suicides  would support this theory.  We may not be losing our  values but they are being  changed by the will of the  people. The struggle in the  western world seems to be  between the theories of Huxley  and the Darwinists who saw the  world as essentially competitive (survival of the fittest), and  those of Kropotkin, who  .insisted that cooperation and  mutual aid were the norms of  the natural and social worlds.  We are living in the caldron  where the mixture of these two  approaches to living are struggling for dominance.  We are so mixed up we  cannot impart to our teachers  any common values, i.e. values  which are accepted by all in  society as worthy of support.  The children, like the teachers,  are getting mixed signals. We  cannot entrust our schools with  changing society if we cannot  decide how society should be  changed.  And so Pestalozzi, while he  has a place in history, and while  hit theories sounded fine and  made sense to many reformers  since he taught and wrote, he  cannot be adopted today as a  patron saint and followed  implicitly. Times have changed  too much in the nearly 200  years since he lived and wrote.  Agent  to N.Y.  Geoff Hodgkinson, s resident of Gibsons, B.C. and s  Mutual Life of Canada agent,  will be among an anticipated  5,500 members of the Million  Dollar Round Table (MDRT)  gathering in New York City  June 21 to 25. Members of  this exclusive life insursnee  sales association will be  attending the organization's  54th Annual Meeting. Thirty-  nine countries around the  world will be represented,  making the MDRT meeting  the most comprehensive sales  forum in the life insurance  industry.   AblRDRIi  CEDRR  lA. -Ail*!. J�� ���  ���tm.  nUIIIEsJ      product of British Columbia  QUALITY LIVING WITH CEDAR  Every detail In a Lindal Cedar Home radiates gracious, yel sensible  living.  And every Lindal floor plan permits almost unlimited design  flexibility. Over 60 original plans are available. Each can be modilied  to fit your particular needs and tastes Or we can help you design  your very own plan  Sales Office and Display Home in Horseshoe Bay  INDEPENDENTLY  DISTRIBUTED BY  CN-7-6  M.D. Mackenzie Limited  6342 Bay Street, Horseshoe Bay  West Vancouver, B.C. V7W 2G9  Phone (604) 921-8010   921-9268  nusnn ir��uj^ <$  ��� AUTO GLASS ��� SKYLIGHTS  ��� MARINE GLASS     ��� SCREENS  ��� ALUMINUM WINDOWS  ��� PLATE & PATTERN GLASS  ��� MIRRORS  ��� STORE FRONTS  ��� PATIO DOORS  Vf WOOD WINDOWS  Hwy 101 & Payne Rd  Gibsons  Gibsons Ready Mix  886-8174  Drainrock 'Washed Rock  Sand        ���R0acj Mulch  Fill "Concrete Anchors)  Mon.���Friday 8a.m.���5p.m.  Antique Suction  Royal City Antiques Ltd., one of Canada's leading importers of Antiques and Collectibles, present to the  residents of the Sechelt Peninsula, a selection of over 300 lots in total to be sold by Public Auction.  Place: Royal Canadian Legion, "Banquet Room" Sechelt.  Auctioneer: Mr. Bud Haynes  Public Preview: Thursday, July 23, 1981 1 p.m. to 9 p.m.  Commencing Sharp at  Sale  Dates:  7:30 p.m. Friday, July 24, 1981  1:00 p.m. Saturday, July 25, 1981  The following is a partial list only of items that will appear in this sale:  Victorian solid oak extending dining room table and six diners, circa 1870. Selection of Victorian and  Edwardian bedroom dressers, chests in oak and mahogany. Marble lopped Victorian wash stand, solid oak  Victorian hallstand, magnificent Victorian solid oak mirrored backed sideboard, selection of china cabinets,  renaissance styled oak dining room suite, refractory table, 6-chairs andsideboard featuring carved figures ol  Vikings. Oak Secretaire bookcase, old time gramophone, Edwardian "S" style oak roll top desk, Victorian  oak bookcase, Grandfather Clock, brass Scottish Toddy Kettle, Victorian brass candlesticks, solid oak  drop leaf dining table, Victorian jardiniere, EPNS tureen and cover, Victorian biscuit barrel, selection ol  mantle and wall clocks, framed prints, tea sets, brass companion sets, oak occasional tables, Victorian  barometers, copper mast-head oil lamp, brass jelly pan, mirrored back overmantle, 3-pce silver plated tea  set, crystal vases and jug, framed mirrors, signed bron2e sculpture of boxer and mouse after Barye, bronze  sculpture of eagle on marble pedestal, bronze sculpture of boy whistling, selection of collectible copper and  brass.  Art Nouveau  Bronze sculptured jug with applied ladies and serpent, bronze sculpture of cockatoo measuring 18"  high signed C. Kauba, large Jacobean hall stand circa 1870, Jacobean heavily carved gong with striker circa  1870, solid oak 9-pce continental dining room suite, birch flat top desk with chair, queen size brass bed, large  brass and copper reproduction Divers Helmet.  Royal ditty Anttqitw Eft.  (Canada �� Caritrst Jmunrtrr of -finr Anttqura  HEAD OFFICE:  22653 Dewdney Trunk Rd  Miplenidge.BC  V2X3KI  Phone 463-4955  mm 12  Coast News, July 7, 1981  Third Annual Fly-In - Gibsons-Sechelt Municipal Airport  Photos by George Matthews  Language and the public  All these extracts are from  a letter written in good faith  to the Pensions Office in  London. England. Contributed by Maurice Green of  Irvine* Landing.  1. I cannot get sick pay. I  have six children. Can you tell  me whv this is.  2. This is my eighth child.  What are you going to do about  it?  3. Mrs, R. has no clothes and  has not had any for a year. The  Clergy have been visiting her.  4. In reply to your letter. I  have already co-habited with  your office, so far without  result.  5. I am forwarding my marriage certificate, and two  children, one of which is a  mistake as you see.  6. Sir, I am glad to say that  my husband, reported missing,  is now dead.  7. Unless I get my husband's  money, 1 shall be forced to lead  an immortal life.  8. I am writing these lines for  Mrs. G. who cannot herself  write. She expects to he  confined next week and can do  with it.  9. I am sending you my  marriage certificate and six  children. I had seven and one  died, which was baptised on a  half sheet of paper by the Rev.  Thomas.  10. Please find out if my  husband is dead, us the man I  urn now living with won't eat or  do anything until he is sure.  11. In answer to your letter. I  have given birth to a little boy  weighing ten pounds. Is this  satisfactory'.'  12. You have changed my  little girl into a little boy. Will  this make any difference?  13. Please send my money at  once as I have fallen into errors  with my landlord.  14. I have no children as my  husband is a bus driver and  works all day and night.  15. In accordance with your  instructions, I have given birth  to twins in the enclosed envelope.  16. I want money as quick as  you can send it. I have been in  bed with my doctor all week  and he does not seem to be  doing me any good.  17. Milk is wanted for my  baby as the lather is unable to  supply it.  IS. Re your enquiry. The  teeth in the lop are all right, but  the ones in my bottom are  hurting horribly.  SEA CAVALCADE MEETING  There will be a Sea Cavalcade Meeting on Wed., July 8 at Ken's Lucky Dollar.  Plans for the Cavalcade are well under way and we ask that everyone keep an eye on the Coast News as  we move to the final weeks of preparation. It promises to be fun for all.  Last year's Sea Cavalcade, under the inspired leadership of Gary Puckett was, undoubtedly, a  remarkable achievement. Thank you Gary. It is must regrettable that your business enterprises prevent  you from participating in our 1981 Cavalcade, Your g,x>d wishes for a successful Cavalcade are much  appreciated.  Gwen Robertson  Coordinator  SEA CAVALCADE '81  "Neptune's Realm"  July 3lst, August 1st & 2nd  Arts & Crafts! Entertainment! Delicious Food Treats!  Sea Cavalcade '81 Lottery  PRIZES!   PRIZES!   PRIZES!  See our Kiosk of Prizes at Sunnycrest Saturdays during July $2.00 Tickets available at all Participating Merchants  DRAW  NO.  PRIZES  DONORS  Waterbed  K. Butler Realty  R. & J. Services  Seaside Plumbing  R. Thomas Heating  YouDels  Gibsons Mobile Welding  Maxwell Pharmacy  Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce  Bank of Montreal  Fiedler Bros.  Century 21  Elite Travel  Kingo Diesel  Port Mellon Credit Union  Eastwood & Company  DRAW  NO.  PRIZES  DONORS  Smoke Detector  $50. Gift Certificate  Champagne Dinner for Two  $25. Gift Certificate  Painting & Frame  Microwave Oven  14 kt. Stickpin  Macrame Hanger. Plant & Sewing Basket  Limited Edition Plate "By Myself"  Jar full of Candy  Mirror  1 dozen Golfballs  Sightseeing 1 Hour Flight  $20. Gift Certificate - T-Shirt & Hat  Long Kimono  Painting - Local Artist  Seaside Plumbing  Fawkes Book Store  Omega Restaurant  Kits Camera  T. Small & J. Smalt  Howe Sound Distributors  Gibsons Realty  R. Reid & R. Crumm. Solicitors  Local merchant  May's Florist & Mary Solnik  Harbour Antiques  Grammy's Sweets  Granny's Treasures  Royal Bank ol Canada  K. Ryan Archilectur.il Services  Great Canadian Dough Factory  Fong's Grocery & Gift Shop  Marilyn Rutledge  ... ^o**  18 King-size Comforter  19 1 Case 10 30 Oil  20 Table Lamp  21 Tune-up including Labour  22 $25. Gift Certificate  23 Shampoo, Cut & Blow Dry  24 Computer Football Game  25 Western Hat  26 $50. Gift Certificate  27 Fishing Cruise 'Alibi Wahoo' 8 Hours  28 Dinner for Two  29 Jewellery Box  30 2 B.F. Goodrich Windbreakers  31 $25. Gift Certificate  32 Movie Tickets  33 $20. Gift Certificate  34 Black & Decker Worktable  35 Painting ��� Local Artist  36 Wicker Hamper  37 $20. Gift Certificate  38 Complete Oil & Lube Job  39 Toaster  40 $25. Gift Certificate  41 Vase  42 Rod & Reel  43 Lil Chief Smoker  44 Travel Clock  45 10-Speed Bike  46 Dinner for Two  47 Hanging Baskets  48 Bevelled Mirror  49 Electric Chain Saw  50 $50. Gift Certificate  51 Breakfast for Two  52 $25. Gas or Car Washes  Sunshine Interiors  R. Harding & Son Ltd.  Lambert Electric & Gough Electric  W.R. Skinner Automotive  Helen's Fashion Shoppe  Crown of Glory  Toys For All Ages  Richard's Men's Wear  Saan's Dept. Store  Wahoo Enterprises  Andy's Drive-In  Western Drugs  Coastal Tires  Ken's Lucky Dollar  Twilight Theatre  Todd's Dry Goods  Holland Electric  Hazel Coxall  Landing General Store  Henry's Bakery  Gibsons Brake & Tune  Lambert Electric & E.B. Horseman  Peninsula Cleaners  Korean Hardware  All Sports Marine Inc.  LandSea Communications  Douglas Variety  Tideline Mechanical & Lambert Electric  Fitzgerald's  Murray's Garden & Pet Supplies  Elson Glass  WalVen Auto Body  Cactus Flower  Come Home Cafe  Harding Car Wash  DRAW  NO.  DONORS  53 Small Appliance  54 Colour T.V.  55 $25. Gift Certificate  56 Lube & Oil Change  57 $25. in merchandise  58 $20. Gift Certificate  59 Set of Framed Pictures  60 Dinner for Two  61 $25. Gift Certificate  62 $25. Gift Certificate  63 8 Hr. Day Sailboat Cruise 'Cailyn Mo'  64 Swivel Rocker  65 $25. Gift Certificate  66 Patio Lounge  67 2 Jogging Suits  68 $40. Dinner  69 $25. Gift Certificate  70 Hair Style  71 $50. Gift Certificate  72 Dinner for Two  73 Socket Set  74 $25. Gift Certificate for Seafood  75 $50. Gift Certificate  76 Strip Casting Rod & Reel  77 Set of Fireplace Tools  78 $50. Gift Certificate  79 Hind 1/4 Beef  80 $50.  worth  of groceries  (store  of your choice)  Sears  Suncoast Truss  Cedars Inn  Mitten Realty  McKibbin & Beecham  Sunnycrest Fabrics  Edgewaler Esso  Super-Valu  Henry's Bakery  Attic Antiques  Heron Cafe  Gibsons Fish Market  Yoshi's  R. Reid  Kern's Home Furnishings  Don's Shoes  GibSons Building Supplies  Trail Bay Sports  Gibsons Medical Clinic  Gibsons Clinic Pharmacy  Gibsons Girl & Guy Silon  J's Unisex  Bunmebrook Lodge  Gus Gianakos  Onward Go  Goddard's Fashions  Smilty's Marina  Chamber of Commerce  Sunshine Flowers & Gilts  Gibsons Meat Market  Jay Cee Air Conditioning  & Ref ridge ration  ) �����m&  FRIDAY  Queen's Opening Ceremonies  Annual Boat Sinking  Sunset Flag Ceremony  SATURDAY  SUNDAY  Fishing Derby - for under 12's  2nd Annual Great Sunshine Coast  TALENT CONTEST  PARADE  Fireworks  Kid's Day in the Park  HurspslW Tournament  Poster Contest  Bike & Costume Contest  Animal Show  White Tower Society  Variety Show  War of the Hoses  Bingo  Motocross Races  Salmon Barbecue  Queen's Pageant Dance  Legion Cabaret: For members & guests only  and featuring La bat ft  BLUE GRASS  JAMBOREE  on the Wharf  IS noon ��� ��� pm  KING NEPTUNE  CONTEST  Legion Cabaret: For members & guests only  Sea Cavalcade Benefit Dance  Saturday, July 11th       9 pm -1 am  Gibsons Legion        Open to the Public  Lions' Pancake Breakfast  starts off  Super Valu's Dogfish Derby  Long Distance Swim Coast News, July 7, 1981  13  Coast Naturalists  Skookumchuk  by Vlnce Braocweil  Strotigwater  As I write, my ears are full  of the sound of a waterfall.  To my left I can look upstream and the glassy, almost  oily surface of,, the water  is at eye level. As it hurtles  toward me it suddenly falls  some six feet in an easy roll  then bounds back up again in  a wave like that from the bow  of a big ship. As it flows  past in front of me, another  wave is formed to be followed  by a white roostertail, then on  into a white maelstrom of  boiling, tumbling water.  As I look downstream, from  time to time, great peaks of  white spray leap into the air  only to disappear into a great  white-crested wave, like a  comber racing in on the beach  during an ocean storm. Flanking the main flow, the water  boils and swirls in a maze  of whirlpools that con'! lually  flow back into the main  current. Occasionally pieces  of driftwood and large logs  are forced up from the depths  only to disappear again as  they are drawn down, by the  undertow, beneath the welter  of foam and spray.  My wife, my two sons,  and two granddaughters are  with me enjoying this thrilling  display of water-power in its  natural state. As we watch the  show we enjoy a picnic  dinner that we have brought  in our day-packs. As an  hors d'oeuvre I have sampled  some of the crunchy, slightly  salty golden coloured pods  of the bladder-wrack (species  of Fucus) that grows in large  patches on the bedrock on  which we sit. Indeed, the  tangy smell of the seaweed  on the rock at our feet adds  zest to the wholewheat bread  and tuna fish sandwiches.  Seaweed I Did I say seaweed?  Yes indeed this is not a  cataract on some northern  river! This is the saltwater  rapids of Skookumchuk Narrows, the entrance to Sechelt  Inlet on our own Sunshine  Coast.  Our trip up here today,  Friday, July 3rd, is the second  one this week. On Dominion  Day, July 1st, we came earlier  in the day and spent about  five hours watching the tide  flow out of the inlet to the  year's lowest of .4 feet. Many  other people, both local  residents and visitors, were  here also, to enjoy not only  the rush of the tidal ebb, but  to observe and study the  interesting marine life that is  to be found here at extreme  low tide.  This evening we have come  to watch the tide flow into  Sechelt Inlet, because from  the vantage of Roland Point,  one is only a few feet from  the roaring mass of water as  it forces its way through the  narrow gaps between the  rocky points and islands that  impede its progress through  to the three inlets beyond:  Sechelt Inlet, Narrows Arm  and Salmon Inlet.  Skookum Chuck, in Chinook  means skookum - strong,  chuck - water; Skookumchuk  or"Strongwater"l  The mechanics of this  operation, the to and fro  movement of water through  Sponsored as a Public Service  886-2622     by the Coast News    886-7817  NOTE: Early announcements will bo run onca, thtn must bt  re-iubmlttt4 to run again, no mora than on* month prior to  the event.  Coming Events  Mount Elphinstone Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star is holding  a tea at the Robert's Creek Masonic Hall on July 4th, from 2 - 4 pm.  Home baking and novelties available. Adults $1.00 - Children 50*.  Sechelt Summer Fun Recreation Protect (or children arjes 6 -12. June  29 - Aug. 31. Monday through Friday (10 -12 and 2 - 4) at Sechelt  Elementary School.  Timber Trails Riding Club Wed. July 1st, Regular Meeting at Riding  Ring, Wilson Creek. Bring your supper and family. Meeting at 6:30pm.  Everyone welcome. #26  Fitness In Motion: Exercise to Music. Roberts Creek Community Hall,  Mon., Wed., Fri. - 9:30 am -10:30 am.  $10/mo. For >nto. call Rieta,  886-2875  Display of painting by Kay Cole at Tha Hunter Gallery. June 20 til July  4.  Roberta Creek Legion Dance to "Bob Gleason & Bonnie Lowe" Friday  & Saturday, July 3rd & 4th, 9 pm -1 am.  Regular Events  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum In Gibsons is now open, Monday  through Saturday between 9 am. to 4 pm.  Monday  Roberts Creek Hospital Auxiliary Second Monday of each month -11  am. St Aidan s Hall.  Sunshine Pottery Guild meets every 2nd Monday of the month at the  "Studio'' corner of North Road and Highway 101 at 7 pm. TFN  Tuesday  Woman's Aglow Fellowship Meets every third Tuesday of the month at  Harmony Hall. Gibsons. Transportation and babysitting available. 886-  7426.  Sunshine Coast Arts Council Regular meeting 4th Tuesday of every  month at 7 30 pm at the Arts Centre in Sechelt.  Al-Anon Meetings Al-Anon Meetings every Tuesday night. Roberts  Creek For information call 886-9059 or 886-9041  Sunshine Coast Navy League of Canada Cadets and Wrenettes, ages  10 to 13 will again meet Tuesday nights, 7 - 9pm., United Church Hall,  Gibsons New recruits welcomed.  Wednesday  Tops Club Gibsons Tops meets every Wed evening at 6:45 in the  Armour's Beach Athletic Hall. New members and teen members  welcome Phonu 886-9765 eves  Sunshine Lapidary a Craft Club Meota 1st Wed. every month at 730  pm For information 886-2873 or 666-9204.  Pender Harbour Hospital Auxiliary  Second Wednesday of each  month, 1:30 pm. St Andrews Church-New members always welcome  Wilson Creek Community Reading Centre 7:30 - 830 p.m. 685-2709  Sechelt Garden Club. 7:30 p.m., St. Hilda's Hall. First Wednesdays  except January. July. August.  Sunshine Coast Sports Club will bo having a track-and-field  organizational meeting at Elphinstone School, Wednesdays 5 p.m.  Thursday  The Bargain Bam of the Pender Harbour Health Clinic Auxiliary is  open on Thursday afternoons from 1:00 until 3:30.  Al-Anon Meeting Every Thursday in Gibsons at 8 pm. For information  call 886-9569 or 686-9037.  Western Weight Controller* Every Thursday at 1 pm. in the United  Church   hall,  Gibsons  and  in  the Sechelt  Elementary School,  Thursdays at 7 pm. New members welcome. 885-3895 (Sechelt Only).  Rcberts Creek Legion Bingo every Thursday, beginning May 7, Early  Bird, Regular and Bonanza. T.F.N.  Film: "Gambler": An Island in Jeopardy. June 18,8 pm. at Elphinstone  High School, Room 111. Will be followed by a discussion period.  Everyone welcome. #24  Friday  Gibsons Tot Lol la CANCELLED until mid-September.  Thrift Shop Every Friday. 1 ��� 3pm. Thrift Shop, Gibsons United Church  basement.  WHion Crwk Community Reading Centra Noon - 4:00 pm   665-2709  Saturday  Wilton Creek Community Reading Centre 11:30-1 p.m. 865-2709  The Bargain Bam of the Pender Harbour Health Clinic Auxiliary is  open on Saturday afternoons from 1 - 4 pm.  Holy family Parish C.W.L. Bake Sale. Saturday June 20.11 am. Trail  Bay Mall.  _^ .  On the  Seafood Platter  byChak-Cfaak  ��� Wendy.Lynn. Johns Pholo  A view of the spectacular rushing tide from Roland's Point at the Skookumchuk Narrows. This is the  season to catch the most extreme tide changes.  this natural lock, enough  water to fill and empty the  three inlets, every twelve  hours, is one of the most  interesting natural wonders  of this coast. For a good  portion of the time that it  takes the water to ebb and  flow through the narrows the  water is held back to form a  natural wall that is roughly  50% of the difference between.  the elevation of high and low  water. Thus you can have  high tide on one side of Roland  Point and half tide on the  other side and it will take up  to three hours before this will  reach its peak. Of course by  this time the whole thing has  been modified by the fact that  the highwater has started to  fall in its next tidal cycle. The  greatest tidal difference this  week was (between high and  low tide on the Gulf of Georgia) 15.4 feet.  Skookumchuk is a Provincial  Park and all the interesting  things to be seen are for the  enjoyment of all  (even  the  wild cherry tree across the  trail, felled by beavers) and  should be left for others to  enjoy. I was greatly concerned  to see both children and adults  filling plastic bags with different kinds of interesting marine  animals. I also noted that  some varieties that I saw last  year were not to be seen this  time. So please look and  enjoy, but do not disturb or  remove these delicate and  sometimes rare inhabitants of  our park!  For those who would like to  It is an accomplished  fact, Sechelt now has its own  Fish Market! As always,  when it comes to renovating  old buildings, there have been  problems and delays but  Cohleen was able to open  the shop for business on  Saturday, July 4th.  As 1 mentioned in my  column of June 16th, the  location of the stone is a good  one as the new St. Mary's  Thrift Shop building is right  next door and they have  provided a lane that will give  access for pedestrians to go  from Teredo Square to Cowrie  Street.  visit Skookumchuk Park in the  near future, Alison Watt is  back again this year as  Park Naturalist in charge of  the weekly programs in our  four Provincial Parks in this  area. Alison will be at the  Egmont end of the Skookumchuk Trail at 10:00 a.m. on  Sunday, July 19th and she will  be on hand to answer questions and to show you some of  the interesting things in the  park.  The new Sechelt Fish  Market floor plan is in the  shape of an 'L', with the  main "seafood sales" section  being at the front on Cowrie  Street and the side portion  will be the "Fish and Chip  Shop". This shop will produce  those crisp and delicious  "Old Country Style" Fish n'  Chips which have become so  popular in Gibsons Landing.  There is a door that opens on  to a little patio on the west  side of the building that will  provide a limited space for  those who can't wait, and  want to eat their yummy  fare right there I However,  if you are going to take yours  home with you or down to  the beach, then the traditional  English style of a newspaper  wrapper will be provided to  retain the heat.  To give you an idea of the  variety of seafood that will be  available in the main market -  I went into the Gibsons  store and made a list of the  stock that was available on  Saturday, July 4th.  Fresh; salmon steaks or by  the piece - spring, coho,  sockeye, pink, and the small  farm-raised variety. Red snapper, ling cod, grey cod, black  cod, sole, flounder, halibut.  Smoked; black cod, salmon,  Indian style salmon, cold  smoked salmon, sturgeon,  herring, Scotch kipper fillets,  eel from New Zealand. Shellfish; scallops, oysters, clams,  mussels, shrimp, prawns  (local). In the deep freezer;  squid, octopus, scallops,  scampi, east coast lobster,  Cuban lobster, lobster tails,  prawns, jumbo tiger prawns,  Alaska king crab, snow  crab, little neck clams, sword  fish steaks, homemade fish  cakes (also fresh at times),  frogs legs (as big as chicken  legs). Also Japanese fish  cakes (made in Vancouver),  pickled herring. Over 40  varieties of seafood I  This is the way to buy  good seafood, not wrapped in  plastic like the stuff you  see in the super markets I  Try this, put a few fresh  mushrooms in a sealed plastic  bag and leave in the fridge  for a couple of days and see  what happens.  Sechelt and area residents  should now be able to make  seafood an important part of  their diet. Sea you.  ^tbroo* *  m ining moom  Let Bonniebrook brighten up your mid-week  On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of this week,  Along with our regular menu, we are serving  Fresh Scallops with a tender cut of Rib Eye Steak  served with fresh vegetables, rice or potato  AH for only *10��^  ��L  JfBanager:  Jeff Harvey  Reservations  Recommended  ���$ours:-  Tues. to Sat.   5:00 to 11:00 pm.  Sunday 5:00 to 9:00 pm.  886-8177  Chef:  James Johnson  Licensed  Dining Lounge 14  Coast News, July 7, 1981  Parks are a way of life  b\ Vcne Panell  Alison Watt is young, pretty  and enthusiastic. She also has  a wealth of information about  starfish, spiders, rocks, trees  .aid the sea. which makes  Alison the most popular  and sought-after Parks em-  ployee on the Sunshine Coast.  As a naturalist, at Porpoise  Bay Provincial Park, Alison  has been an employee of the  B.C. Parks Branch since  W7h and loves her job. This  is her second summer working  on the Sunshine Coast. She  has also worked at Manning  and Mount Kobson Provincial  Parks and last winter worked  at Mt. Seymour.  "I'm afraid I'm not your  typical eliched story of a young  scientist who has loved nature  since she was a little girl,"  says Alison.  "Actually. I got into it  quite unexpectedly, when I  answered an ad for a summer  job with the parks branch.  I guess 1 must have had a  passive interest in nature,  because I found when I got  into it I enjoyed the work  tremendously."  Alison enjoyed it so much  that she switched from her  arts courses to become a  biology major and has just  recently graduated from Simon Fraser University with  her B Sc.  As a parks naturalist, or  "interpreter", Alison's main  job is to familiarize campers  with the natural, historical and  recreational information about  the area that they are visiting.  For that reason, one of her  evening talks, often combined  with a slide show, is called  "Welcome to the Sunshine  Coast".  One of Alison's greatest  joys is to interest local residents in the talks and nature  The nature talks are every  . Thursday, Friday, Saturday  and Sunday evenings at 8:30  at Porpoise Bay Park. They  cover a range of topics such as  intertidal life, the rain forest,  logging and salmon.  The next guided 4 km walk  to the Skookumchuk rapids  is planned for Sunday, July 19  and departure time is 10 a.m.  from the parking area at  Skookumchuk Park.  The nature walks are Friday  and Saturday mornings at  10 a.m. Sundays at 10 a.m. are  reserved for children's walks  at Porpoise Bay Park which  include activities such as  spider hunts, digging for  clams, and identifying trees.  "I believe In teaching  children how to explore  without destroying. Conservation must be taught and  children are so receptive  to new ways of seeing things.  Their patterns haven't been  set."  - Vene Parnell Photo  Parks naturalist, Alison Watt, loves to help visitors and residents  enjoy the Sunshine Coast's provincial parks.  walks that she offers and she  stresses the availability of the  parks program to local residents. On July 1, she led  60 people on a walk to the  spectacular Skookumchuk rapids and was pleased with the  large number of local people  who participated.  Alison has responsibility  for all the parks on the Sunshine Coast, but she spends  the majority of her time at  the 89 campsite, Porpoise  Bay Park, near Sechelt.  Occasionally, she travels to  the 25 site campground at  Roberts Creek and leads  nature   walks    regularly   at  Smuggler's Cove Marine Park  and Skookumchuk Narrows  Park.  The parks program runs  from June to September and  during June, Alison took  advantage of the poor camping weather to visit area  schools and give nature talks  to the local children. She took  four school groups to visit  the Skookumchuk rapids,  but found she didn't have time  to visit the Gibsons schools.  To inform area residents  of her programs, Alison  intends to post her information in Trail Bay and  Sunnycrest Malls and on community TV, channel 10.  Uses of seaweed in the garden  by L. Watson  We have tried out most of  these hints ourselves, and  most of them cost nothing - so  what can you lose?  Don't spend money on  expensive slug bait, even if  your squash seedlings' regularly get eaten. First, lay down  some plastic or newspaper in  the trunk of your car, then  place ready a couple of plastic  buckets, so that when you  back your car up to the beach  at low tide you can gather  plenty of seaweed. Wear  rubber gloves for this. After  heavy weather, lots of the  stuff gets washed ashore. You  can slip a plastic bag over  each bucket when full so that  nothing will fallout.  Here are three ways to use  this seaweed harvest:  1. When planting peas or  beans lay a trail of seaweed  in the trench over your seed.  This goes for sweet peas also.  So you are providing a damp  pad for these vegetables,  which otherwise dry out  quickly in summer - also when  the seaweed rots, it is an  organic fertiliser. Wc found  that in an almost pure sandy  soil, we got enormous crops of  peas - thirty large pods for  only two seeds. Almost any  vegetable, for example potatoes, will benefit from this  wet pad.  2. Dig it directly into the  compost heap. After all, it has  the addition of iodine and is  full of small living sealife  when gathered. Did you know  that the Micmac Indians used  to grow corn in hills with a fish  buried under each hill?  WESTWURLD  SOUND  M PIONEER  Wharl & Cowrie  885-3313  3. As slug bait, place a  'hedge' around those precious  seedlings. But this only works  if you keep the weed wet with  your hose, otherwise it dries  out and blows away. Slugs  and snails don't like salty  seaweed. Later, when the  precious squash has got  beyond the seedling stage you  can relax. Still later your  soil will benefit from the weed  being dug in.  4. When buckets are empty,  and still damp, turn upside  down and place a small  branch under each overnight,  so they don't stand quite  evenly. Next day you will  find several dead slugs inside.  I haven't tried it, but it seems  as if you could continue to  rinse buckets out in salty  water and catch a few that  way.  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"A very pleasant and  interesting walk is at Smuggler's Cove Marine Park. The  2 km walk takes about an  hour from the parking area to  the beaches and is a very easy  trail for hiking into an attractive picnic area."  Alison finds material for  her talks from the parks  resource centre in Vancouver,  publications and by attending  seminars. Last winter she  participated in a program to  teach snowshoeing to children  at Mt. Seymour. The members  of the Sechelt Marsh Society  share valuable local information with her.  "This type of work is  seasonal, and there simply  aren't many jobs for biology  majors. I like working outdoors in the parks because I  can be independent and  creative. Gradually. I am  acquiring a store of knowledge, but I find the most  important thing is to enjoy  what I am doing. I really like  sharing nature with people.''  So, visitors, if you want  directions on where to dig  up your very own clams for  lunch, you know there is one  person on the Sunshine Coast  who will be more than happy  to tell you. For more nature  and parks information, call  Alison at 885-9019.  Low-cost  permanent insurance  For the maximum amount of permanent  life insurance at the lowest net premium,  our Life PRO plan is your answer.  Call me about it soon.  Geolt Hodgklnson  Box 957,  Gibsons, B.C.  886-8018  Mutual Life of Canada  Nature Notes  DANS BACKH0E SERVICE  Serving  ��� Gibsons ��� Gambler ��� Keats  GENERAL EXCAVATING  AND TRENCHING  Phone 886-2758 Evenings Please  byVlckldeBoer  "Go to the ant, thou sluggard; consider her ways, and  be wise:" So it says in the  Bible in reference to this  industrious insect the ant.  It is one of the most successful  of all the insect families and  has adapted to a very wide  range of foods and habitats.  There are at least 3,500  species of ants recognized in  the world and maybe just as  many not yet named. They  belong to the same order as  bees and wasps and it is  thought they have descended  from a form of wasp. In fact,  some ants have a wasp-like  sting. Most species can manufacture a poison which they  squirt into wounds made by  their pincers.  An ant colony is started  with the mating of one fertile  female ant called the queen.  Fertile females are large  flying ants that need mite  females, but they differ from  only once to be able to lay  fertile eggs for the rest of  her life - as long as IS years.  After the traditional mating  flight, the male soon dies, but  the female sheds her wings  and goes about the business  of forming a new colony.  She digs an excavation, lays  her eggs and tends the brood  to maturity. After that, her  only job is to lay eggs as the  rest of the family does all the  work.  Ants have a well-defined  social order with three separate classes. First there is the  queen, then the infertile  females that act as workers  and soldiers and then the  males. It is the infertile females that are seen out scurrying around always in a hurry  to go somewhere. It is their  job to tend the eggs and young  and feed the colony. The  soldiers   are   also   infertile  the workers in that they have  larger heads and stronger  jaws. They are better adapted  for fighting and protecting the  colony.  Ants have many predators  including bears, anteaters,  many birds, lizards and other  insects. Some of the insect  enemies prey on the ants from  inside the colony. For instance, certain beetles are  tended by the ants for the  sweet fluid they secrete  that the ants harvest. However, these beetles lay their  eggs among the ant's brood  and soon the beetle grubs  emerge and consume the  young ants. Some species of  ants will raid other ant colonies for their young and  kidnap them to keep as slaves  in their own colonies.  This column is to share  Nature Lore, so if you have  information to share or questions, call 886-8029.  TO NANAIMO  FLIGHT NO.  201  203  205  207 (Friday Only]  NEW SCHEDULE  SPRING AND SUMMER  885-2214  TO VANCOUVER.  TIME  07:25  TIME FLIGHT NO.  07:50 101  11:45 103  15:15                105 11:45  18:00                 107 14:15  105 15:15  111 18.40  FROM VANCOUVER  FLIGHT NO. TIME  102 08:00  104 10:30  108 12:30  105 14:45  110 18:00  112 13:30  FROM NANAIMO  FLIGHT NO.      TIME  202 08:00  204 12:30  208 18:00  208 Friday Only      18:30  TO POWELL RIVER  FLIGHT NO.       TIME  803 08:30  805 13:18  807 18:30  Further Schedules to Jervis Inlet, Salmon Inlet, Narrows Inlet,  Pender Harbour Now 3 Flights Dally Except Sunday.  EHectrw March 30th, 1881  Passengers art requested to cheek-In 30 minutes prior  to flight times  ii il a   a a i  Howto  MAKE  THE MOST OF  DAILY  INTEREST.  Open a Commerce Daily Interest Savings Account,  and keep the bulk of your spending money  in it. When you need cash or have to pay bills, transfer  money to your Commerce Chequing Account.  That way, most of your cash can be earning you  a good rate of interest. Every day.  4>  CANADIAN IMPERIAL  BANK OF COMMERCE  GOUNTONTHE COMMERCE. Tsoh-Nye report  by Debbie Campto,  Marcy Soils deOvando  Debbie Harrlaon  On Monday, June First,  we started out at Porpoise  Bay. The weather was nice  and our destination was  Tsoh Nye.  After loading our canoe,  we quickly said our goodbyes  after a million pictures.  The M.V. Price and the  other N.E.S er's passed us  soon and we wished they were  coming with us.  We paddled for two hours  .before we stopped for lunch  at a fish hatchery. Because  wc were going with the tide  we were making good time  and we had already travelled  eight miles.  The canoeing was pretty  easy and none of us were  that tired, so we decided to  leave behind some good  campspots and push on.  That night we camped across  from Narrows Inlet and our  spot was ideal. There was  fresh water nearby and flat  ground for pitching our  tents.  After eating our supper  some of us decided to go  swimming, fishing or relaxing and watching the sun  setting. The next day we were  at the Skookumchuck Narrows  by noon and we were waiting  for the three o'clock slack  tide.  After clam digging earlier  without much luck, a gentleman, Jake, arrived in his  wooden rowboat with a bagful  of clams for us. Thanks  Jake!  We relaxed on a miniature  island surrounded by tide-  pools full of exotic sea life.  Once the Whitewater had  calmed we decided to give it  a try. After careful preparations and cautions we went  through Canoe Pass. No  sweat 1  After passing Egmont, the  wind soon picked up so some  of the smart students used a  tent fly as a sail. Once the rest  of the group saw us, they  soon caught on, even Dave  (joke).  The water was getting  rough and it looked as if a  storm was on its way, so we  pulled in just before Delta  Rock, and disappeared under  a maple tree. That campspot  sure was awful ��� but there  was good firewood. Even  though it rained like crazy, we  managed to stay reasonably  dry.  On Wednesday, we almost  canoed to Bear Bay. At certain  points we tried sailing, but  only a few of us succeeded.  That night we pigged out  because we were a day ahead  of our plans with food to  spare. Before chow time we  saw about nine seals and we  thought we heard a whale.  For the first time this trip  we were able to reach Tsoh  Nye on the radio.  Thursday morning we left  the old logging camp and  headed home. We had seen  quite a few fishing boats and  a cruise ship going to Malibu.  Also we were stopped by a  boat named Fiddler while  they took the census for  N.E.S.  When we saw the wharf at  Deserted Bay we paddled  like mad. Jamie Dixon, our  Art teacher and boat operator,  and Rick the maintenance  man, helped us get unloaded.  After saying "Hi" to Myrtle,  our great cook, we crawled  to the showers.  We had done it, the SO mile  canoe trip from Porpoise Bay  all the way to Tsoh Nye.  Meanwhile,   the   rest   of  the students did school work  and went on a hike up Deserted River.  Those of us who chose to  THF UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday  Worship Services  ST. JOHN'S  Davis Bay - 9:30 am.  GIBSONS  Glassford Rd. - 11:15 am.  Sunday School - 9:30 am.  Rev. Alex. G. Reid  Church Telephone  886-2333  ST. BARTHOLOMEW it  ST. AIDAN  ANGLICAN CHURCHES  Combined Service  1st Sunday ll:IS A.M.  in St. Bartholomew's  Gibsons  AB other Sudays  Roberts Creek 9:30 a.m.  Family Holy Eucharist  Gibsons 11:15 a.m.  Rector:  Rev. John E. Robinson  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  Park Rd., Gibsons  Pastor: Harold Andrews  Res: 886-9163,  Church:886-2611  Sunday School 9:30 a.m.  Morning Service 11:00 a.m.  Gospel Service 7 p.m.  Prayer A Bible Study  Thursday 7 p.m.  SEVENTH-DAY  ADVENTIST CHURCH  Sabbath School Sat. 10 a.m.  Hour of Worship Sat. 11 a.m.  HnmninaRd. & Hwy. 101  Pastor: C. Drieberi  Everyone Welcome  For information phone:  885-9750 or 883-2736  SECHELT  NEW LIFE  ASSEMBLY  SERVICES  in  Sechelt Elementary School  1:00 pm Sunday  Everyone Welcome  Reverend P. Brooks  Pastor  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  SOCIETY  SECHELT SERVICES:  Sundays 11:30 am.  Sunday School 11:30 am.  Wednesdays 7:00 pm.  All in United Church edifice  on main highway in Davis  Bay.   Everyone   is   warmly  invited to attend.  Phone 885-3157 or 886-7882  GIBSONS  PENTECOSTAL CHURCH  Cedar Grove School  Chaster Rd., Gibsons  Senior Pastor: Ted Boodle  Youth Pastor: Jack Moch  Sunday School 9:30 a.m.  Morning Worship 11 a.m.  Evening Fellowship 7 p.m.  Home Bible Study  Phone 886-7268 or 8864482  Affiliated with the  Pentecostal  Assemblies   of  Canada  ROMAN CATHOLIC  SERVICES  Rev. Angelo De Pompa  Parish Priest  Timet of Masses  Saturday 3:00 p.m.  St. Mary's, Gibsons  7:30 pm. I'Ctldcr Harbour  (Jul) 4 to September l2onlv)  Regular Sunday Massse  9:00 a.m. Our Lady  of Lourdes Church  Sechelt Indian Reserve  10:00 a.m. Holy Family  Church, Sechelt  12:00 noon St. Mary's Church  Gibsons  Confessions before Mats  Phone: 8854526 or 885-5201  GLAD TIDINGS  TABERNACLE  Gower Point Road  Phone 886-2660  Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  Worship Service 11:00 a.m.  Evening Fellowship 6 p.m.  Bible Study Wed. 7:30 p.m.  Pastor: Nancy Dykes  REFORMED  CHRISTIAN  GATHERING  Sechelt 885-5635  Coast News, July 7,1981  15  - Bradley J Banton photo  This aerial photograph, taken Friday, June 26, looks south over Porpoise Bay, Sechelt and the Trail Islands.  go on both trips spent only  one day in camp. Our challenging hike to Squamish started  Saturday.  We got a ride nine miles up  the Bear Bay logging road.  We hiked for one hour - what  a tough day! We camped  on the mossy riverbanks  of Tsuwahdi Creek. A few of  the students hiked up to a  snow patch and did some rock  climbing while the other kids  looked after the fire. That  night we had a most comfortable sleep.  Sunday we hiked up to the  frozen lake. The view was  breathtaking! We called it  Lago Ermoso, which means  beautiful lake in Spanish, for  our   dear   Chilean   friend.  After attacking pilot biscuits  we went sliding down snow  covered cliffs. It was excellent  fun and we even got Len  Marchant, our teacher, into  it. We slid part of the way  down but a lot of it was rock-  slides. We all went to sleep  early that night.  Monday was the big day.  We were going over the  saddle to Squamish. First we  hiked along the creek until we  reached the snow. Each time  we thought we'd reached  the top there was another  hill. Our camp dog, Sonny,  discovered a marmot. We  were searching for a logging  road and had to fight off the  mosquitoes. Finally we gave  up and decided to cross the  Ashlu River and forget about  the logging bridge. We made  it through the strong freezing  currents and hiked up to the  logging road on the other side  of the valley.  We hiked along there  for a couple of weary miles  and camped in the middle of  the road hoping that they were  not sending trucks up this far.  After supper we had a good  i\ew Minister  welcomed  Reverend Alex Reid and his  wife, Molly, have arrived on  the West Howe Sound Pastoral Charge and are taking a  two week vacation to get  settled into their new home on  Velvet Road, Gibsons. Mr.  Reid will commence his  pastoral duties on July 15th  and will occupy both pulpits  at St. John's and Gibsons for  his first Worship Services on  July 19th.  The Gibsons congregation  will welcome Molly and Alex  Reid,at a luncheon in the  church nail immediately after  the church service on July  19th. This is an opportunity  for everyone to meet and  welcome the new Minister  and his wife.  St. John's at Davis Bay will  extend its greetings to Alex  and Molly Reid at a Dessert  Party in the Friendship Room,  Sunday, July 26th at 7 p.m.  Planning for this special event  is in the hands of the United  Church Womens Association.  The Session invites St. John's  congregation to reserve an  hour on Sunday evening,  July 26th, to welcome the  Reids and to enjoy a personal  chat and good fellowship.  . van. Pariwlt Pholo  Cuddly kittens, all 20 of them, at the SPCA Kennels on Reed  Road need homes. The SPCA announced its plans to close the  kennels last week, due to high operating expenses and a lack of  regional government interest. Five dogs are also available for  adoption.  i\ Church Services  Professional Repair & Service  to your Heating & Plumbing  Equipment  ��� General Sheet Metal  ��� Installation of Heat Pumps, Air Conditioners,  Wood-Oil, Wood-Electric, Wood, Electric and  Oil Furnaces  ��� Plumbing Service & Installations  THOMAS HEATING  Call Now   886-7111  1 7 YPar3 Experiencf  Serving the Sunshine C039I  since 1967  talk about the world's future  and death.  Next morning we woke up  with 17 miles ahead of us.  After Indian bread we packed  up camp and got a move on.  It was deadly! We hiked  steadily all day until we  reached the gate where Len's  dad was waiting for us with a  truck.  We camped at Alice Lake  Provincial Park. We walked  about with barely any energy  and finally washed up. We  could have slept for a week,  but some early birds woke us  at about five o'clock in the  morning.  After a good breakfast we  left for the ferry terminal.  This trip had been Len's  lifelong dream and we were  really proud to share it with  him. Many thanks to everyone  who helped to make these  trips successful especially  Len's parents.  At the sunset of  life... we care  Grief knows no time ... sunrise or sunset  the pain of loss comes at last to each of us.  When you need special understanding and  assistance in a time of sorrow, remember  we're always here, ready to help... any time.  886-9551  D. A. Devlin  Director  1665 Seaview  Gibsons  MAXWELL'S PHARMACY  YOUR COMPLETE HEALTH CARE CENTRE  * Fast Prescription Service  * Health Care Accessories  * Almay Hypoallergenic Cosmetics  * Patient Aids (Sales & Rentals) crutches,  comodes. bed pans, canes, etc.  107 CMir niza. bmom  OPEN SUNDAYS  noon to a pm.  ,.i*MWJ^3i :,*,,," Sir,,, 'Villi  Supershape Unisex  (formerly Sechelt Beauty Salon)  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT  OWNER - DIETMAR PETERS  - EUROPEAN TRAINED -  4*  <P  4*    *V  ///  V COWRIE STREET, SECHELT  885-2818  "It's the, Cut that Counts" Coast News, July 7, 1981  Misunderstanding over access  Seaview Road mix-up  Guess Where  - George Mallhews Pholo  S5.0II will be awarded to the first name drawn who correctly  identifies the above location. Send your entries to the Coast News,  Box 460, Gibsons in time to reach the newspaper office by  Saturday of this week. Last week's $10.00 winner was Ken  Sorensen of R.R. #1, Halfmoon Bay who correctly located the  carved sign at the top of Mrs. Cooper's driveway on Redrooffs  Road.  Less garbage more parking  The Seaview Road access to Highway 101 in Lower Gibsons  became the subject of heated controversy last week due to a  misunderstanding at the Municipal Hall.  Helene Wallinder, owner of Attic Antiques, was approached by  a representative of the newly-built townhouse complex  immediately behind her property, to sign papers giving  permission for the builders to pave a widened access to Seaview  Road. The extended proposed paved area includes about half of  the parking area adjacent to the Attic Antique business,  presently used by customers.  Mrs. Wallinder refused to sign, saying that she had no  agreement with the village of Gibsons giving permission for her  property to be used as part of a public roadway.  "I was approached verbally by the village in January, asking if I  would be agreeable to exchanging a portion of my properly for  some owned by the village immediately behind my business. I said  I would be willing to do so, but nothing more was ever said about  it and no exchange or agreement has been signed," Wallinder told  the Coast News.  "1 understand better than anybody that a better access needs to  be built at Seaview Road and Highway 101, because the number  of accidents at that corner is unbelievable. Just last week, there  were five, one including my van, which was totalled while it was  parked near the highway."  However, Wallinder stated she does not intend to allow the  widening and paving to go ahead until she has signed a fair  agreement in exchange for the Wallinder property which would be  required for the roadway.  Greg Grant, one of the townhouse project owners, told the  Coast News that a misunderstanding had arisen because his  group thought the property settlement had been finalized and  that paving could go ahead.  'Our part of the agreement with the village was that we would  repave Seaview Lane in front of our townhouse project, including  a widened access of Seaview at Highway 101. We also were to pave  Killarney Lane behind our project and the lane access to the  highway.  "Our roadway paving design was engineered by Doug Roy who  went ahead assuming the Wallinder property would be available,"  said Grant.  Grant indicated that the paving would go ahead as planned,  except for the disputed portion of the Wallinder property and that  the paving cost for a widened Seaview Road access would be paid  to the village, to complete that portion at a later date.  Municipal Administrator, Jack Copland told the Coast News  that the misunderstanding had arisen due to internal lack of  communication at the Municipal Hall and that a fair settlement  would be made with the Wallinders as soon as possible.  Seaview Road access to Hwy. 101 is the subject of controversy  since plans to widen the road include part of the parking area  belonging to Attic Antiques. ��� ve��� pamaii pnoto  Parking problems plague downtown merchants  by Vene Parnell  Worsening parking problems in lower Gibsons continue to  plague downtown merchants and solutions were discussed at  some length at the meetingof the Gibsons Harbour Businessmen's  Association (GHBA) Thursday night.  The new sign by-laws being passed by Gibsons village also  received much attention and a motion was passed to request that  the village take some action to clean downtown streets.  Specifically, a motion was made to request more garbage cans  in the downtown core and for the village to clean up the bus stop  area and remove the garbage bin from in front of Fitzgerald's  Restaurant.  With the recent installation of a by-law enforcement officer, the  village will begin enforcing a two-hour parking limit on lower  Gibsons streets, as soon as the signs indicating the limits arc  installed, GHBA president Gary Puckett informed about 30  members attending the meeting.  Limited parking space is a major problem in lower Gibsons,  especially with the growth in the commercial core in the last two  years. One suggestion was made that merchants should walk to  work to allow more business parking spots in front of their  premises.  GHBA members passed a motion requesting that School Road  be made into a one-way street proceeding east from Fletcher to  Gower Point Road and that diagonal parking be permitted on  both sides of School Road to alleviate the downtown parking  problem.  An area west of the boat launching ramp is being levelled by the  village to make space for overnight parking for fishermen, boaters  and Keats Island commuters. This should help take cars off the  wharf and downtown streets and allow more parking space for  downtown customers.  Puckett informed the membership that there is a plan to  institute diagonal parking along the east side of Gower Point  Road from the Post Office to the Shell Station and that this would  significantly add to the available parking spaces downtown.  Merchants objected to the lack of information received from  the village regarding the new sign by-law passed by council, which  would prevent neon, flashing, rotating and other lighted signs  from being installed in the lower village area.  "What sort of temporary or permanent signs should we install  to advertise our businesses if the guidelines are not yet definite as  to the size and material of the signs", was asked by several  members.  "There should have been a letter sent to all the merchants  informing them of what is happening and what is allowed," said  one businessman.  Puckett told the membership that the new sign by-law needs  some flexibility but was designed with the downtown  improvement area in mind.  "Within the next month we hope to meet with the provincial  administrator of the downtown revitalization program which will  provide certain grant assistance to lower Gibsons merchants for  improvements to their businesses and the downtown area.  "It is recommended that you have your ideas for improvements  and priorities down in black and white to present to the  government at that time," said Puckett.  "Puckett showed the merchants a sketch of a proposal by local  architect Kevin Ryan for a step-by-step improvement project for  the downtown lower Gibsons.  "We already have the $5,000 grant from the province to initiate  a downtown improvement study. However, the amount we can  borrow for general improvements to the downtown area depends  on the borrowing limits of the village," said Puckett.  Gibsons village will administer the downtown improvement  project grants and loans, and Municipal Administrator, Jack  Copland told the Coast News that the size of the capital debt will  depend a great deal on the project definition, which (dust come  from the merchants association.  "Council would have to be satisfied that merchants will be able  to pay the debt through increased taxation of participating  businesses in the downtown core." said Copland.  "We will not borrow any more than we think the merchants will  he willing to carry because they will basically be repaying the  loan."  Vc��fsr mau Gitf0**  DIAMOND  ENGAGEMENT SETS  now in om shop  CUSTOM DESIGNS  A diamond is one ��>( nature's mosl beautiful creations!  Whether you're looking for .1 ttdriiiuin.il 01 con  temporary Betting, we will be ^l<.d to .issisi m selecting  tl��' right diamond f<>r you.  You may order your  WEDDING INVITATIONS  through us  A full line of samples for your viewing.  COAST INDUSTRIES  ��� Trailer Hitches & Accessories  Classes 1 - 4  ��� Industrial & Welding Supplies  ��� Propane  ��� "em    I    ������ IPHfrr^j i  888-9159 - Gibsons  (behind Peninsula Transport)  We turn houses into  HOMES!  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Coast News, July 7, 1981  17  The Sunshine  Second Section  Sunshine Coast parks study recommends action  by Vtne Pimell   "The Sunshine Coast Regional District should take the lead in  obtaining major portions of land now, to be used for parks in the  years to come," says Stuart Lefeaux, a Vancouver consulting  engineer and part-time Halfmoon Bay resident, who recently  prepared the Regional Parks study commissioned by the SCRD  in I980.  Lefeaux believes that despite the major problem of limited tax  resources faced by the regional board, residents "would be  sympathetic to reasonable requests to pay for parks purchases and  development of recreational facilities in this area.  "People on the Sunshine Coast are conscious of parks and  recreation or they wouldn't come here to live", said Lefeaux,  former Vancouver Superintendent of Parks and Recreation who  was with the Vancouver Park Board for 34 years.  "The Sunshine Coast has the rare opportunity to be developed  into one of the most attractive recreation areas in the world, but it  will only happen if someone gets excited about it."  Lefeaux has included 16 recommendations in his study,  submitted to the regional board in January, 1981, and many of  them deal with the problem of finances.  "The SCRD has been spending little enough on recreation over  the years, but a great number of my recommendations involve  planning and cost very little. However, a good-sized park  purchase fund is necessary if anything is to be done."  Some of Lefeaux's major recommendations are to increase the  regional district recreation assessment from 1/10 of a mill to I  mill; to request Municipal Act amendments requiring subdivides  to donate 10% of their subdivision land for parks or make a  comparable cash donation; that a development charge per lot be  considered for subdivides; that a five year program of bond issues  to raise $250,000 annually be initiated; and that the SCRD pursue  their power to keep half the proceeds from the sale of crown lands  for subdivision.  "Many park reserves are already owned by the provincial  government, who would be willing to turn them over to the  SCRD, if they could see an official parks plan outlining the  regional district's priorities. The Provincial Regional Parks  program will pay 1 / 3 of the cost of land acquisition, maintenance  and improvements to regional parks. Donations and trades are  another way of acquiring suitable park land."  Lefeaux sees as a major drawback the fact that a great portion  of the waterfront has been alienated through private ownership  and is rapidly becoming too expensive and unobtainable.  One of his recommendations is to negotiate with owners of  waterfront camps such as the YMCA, Salvation Army, Boy  Scouts and Girl Guides to see if a trade could be made for another  wilderness area or if they could make financial contributions to  the SCRD. , .   . .     .    .  .,  "These prime waterfront sites were acquired by charitable  organizations many years ago and they have never paid taxes on  their land. They have some responsibility to contribute financially  or make some of their property available for public park  purposes."   r  At the present time, approximately 3.3% of the shoreline is  accessible for public recreation and only provincial parks have  waterfront while the three existing regional parks: Cliff Gilker  Park, Soames Hill and Halfmoon Bay, do not.  A top priority recommended in the parks study is to develop  Davis Bay ��� Mission Point as a regional park by purchasing  adjacent private lands. The addition of eight more boat launching  sites, greenbelts along creeks, and plans for assembling provincial  parks at Sargeant's Bay and in the Sakinaw Lake - Ruby Lake -  Agamemnon Channel are recommended.  SUNSHINE  COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  REGIONAL PARKS  STUDY  PLAN  APPENDIX   A  An evaluation of Sechelt  Inlet by the Forestry Ministry  is also recommended to set  aside Environmental Protection areas which will not allow  logging or other commercial  exploitation of certain areas.  SCRD planner, Jim Johnstone,  who assisted in the  preparation of the parks study  told the Coast News that a  more exact inventory of existing parks and recommended  park sites will have to be  prepared for the Official Parks  plan. The plan will detail the  purpose of the recommended  park sites, the population and  types of people who will be  using various parks, existing  community parks and improvements to them will all  have to be discussed.  A meeting with the provincial parks ministry will be  held within the next month to  discuss the objectives of the  provincial parks and regional  parks program and to see how  priorities can be co-ordinated  and organized, according to  Regional Board chairman,  David Hunter.  Chairman of the parks and  recreation committee, Area  Director Charles Lee said that  ithe present 1 /10 mill recreation  assessment in the SCRD "is  nothing".  "With I mill assessment,  which may raise S 100,000, we  might be able to just service the  parks that we already have."  Lee said that he doubts that  enough money could be raised  from "the long-suffering public" to institute the "pie in the  sky" plan proposed in the  Lefeaux study.  Lee  believes  developers  would  rather give a cash  equivalent,  rather  than a  dedication. "We are getting bits  Please turn to Page 26  Pender Harbour  Principal appointed  School District #46 has recently appointed Mr. Martyn  Wilson as principal of Pender Harbour Secondary School.  He comes to the Sechelt Peninsula from Tahsis, on  Vancouver Island, where he is currently vice-principal of a K  - 12 school of 330 students.  He is looking forward to living on the Sunshine Coast  with his family: his wife, Joan and his two elementary school  age children. He has commented on the friendliness and  hospitality extended to him by the people of the Sechelt  Peninsula and hopes he can contribute to this atmosphere.  He and his wife intend to become involved in the  community of Pender Harbour as much as possible, as they  have in their previous locations of Smithers and Tahsis. He  has been active on several community boards, including a  hospital board. His wife hat been active in Girl Guides and  Scouting.  As far as the school is concerned, he intends to carry on  the practice of recent years involving community, parents,  teachers and students in the school to the end of maintaining  its supportive and healthy atmosphere. He extends an  invitation to parents to visit him at the school and hopes to  get to know them all during the coming school year.  Skookumchuk Narrows Provincial Park  IPST^  ���vy  d  Sunshine  Interiors  Home Decorating Centre  We carry a complete line of  ��� Drapes ��� Blinds ��� Sunshades  ��� SkyKght Blinds ��� Wallpaper  doniadown  quilts  >       SALE!  Twin     ���149.����   Queen *199.����  Double *189.0��    Kins     ���M9.00   Outwit���4 to Y���M   Did you know you could turn  your quilt into a Sleeping Bag  with a Daniadown Camping  Cover?   CLEARANCE SALE on Selected  Waterbed Bedding  & Comforters  North Rd & Klwania Way, Gibaona        886*8187 18 Coast News, July 7, 1981  I ELECTRICAL I  I CONTRACTING I  Sunshine Coast  Tom Flieger    Phone 886-7868  LECTRICAL  ONTRACTING  Box 214. Gibsons. B C  VON WO  Business Directory  utH~ INSULATION EsFrES  ��� Residential ��� Commercial ��� New and Existing House*  Phone Les  886-8615  (After 6 pm.)  ,1's Holland Electric Ltd.  Bill Achterberg  886-9232  HEATING  I MISC. SERVICES I  & J. SERVICES LTD.  Repairs & Rebuilding of^  ��� Alternators  ��� Starters  ��� Generators^  k Payne Rd , Gibsons  ' Electrical Contracting  ��� Industrial  ��� Commercial  ��� Residential       AA. .,..<.   886-9963^  JAYCEE AIP COIMOrTIONIIMQ  a REFRIGERATION LIMITED  Htal Pumpa ��� Canlral Air Conditioning  Salaa a Sanrica  885-7474  Corner ol Dolphin 4 Wharl. Sechelt  ORGAN AND PIANO LESSONS YOU ENJOY  Beginning at Age 3 & Older  JESSIE MORRISON  1614 Marine Drive. 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VON 3AO   886-2012 From shack up to ship out  Ramblings of a Rover  by Dec Cm  Have you ever noticed that,  just when you think you have  the world by the tail on a  downward pull, something  comes along and jerks the rug  out from under you and, in the  process, not only screws  everything all up but almost  overnight the whole picture  can change? Such a situation  came about just after the new  year of '38 dawned out there  in Surrey where I was working  on the poultry farm.  Now don't get me wrong.  I didn't resent the elder  Japanese girl getting a new  boyfriend. On the contrary,  I was quite pleased when  Harvey appeared on the scene  as I was beginning to realize  that, eggs or no eggs, the  taking care of the two sisters  on a steady basis was more  than I could handle and  that something sooner or later  had to be done about it. It  was soon apparent that the  new manager for the Aylmer  Produce Farm was just the  man for the job; I don't exactly  mean as far as his work  was concerned but for what  went on in that little bungalow  on the Hjorth Road after dark  and 1 was grateful for the help.  It gave me more time and  energy to devote to Josie, the  younger and my favourite.  Now everything was in order  as far as all that was oW-  cerned but then one nignt, 1  think it was in late February  or early March, "Billy''tquite  casually remarked thdt she  was going to have a baby I  If she had suddenly detonated  a bomb in the room I doubt  that it could have had more  effect on Harvey Or myself.  Later I questioned Josie and  she affirmed that it was  true. Definitely her sister was  pregnant I A week or so later  her doctor confirmed it.  Up until this tune 1 had  never met either her father,  who owned the berry farm, or  any of her brothers. I was  aware of the fact that there is  a strong bond of affection  among the Oriental peoples in  regard to their families and  1 remember, at the time,  thinking it a little strange that  these two young and attractive  girls were permitted to live  alone and unsupervised In  their small cottage at the  lower end of the farm. Now, as  far as 1 was concerned, the  "good times" were over and  those nights of love and  laughter with my little Japanese doll, as I called her, were  a thing of the past, soon to  become but a memory.  I am not too sure what  actually happened to Billy.  Rumour had it that later she  had run away with Harvey and  possibly, and hopefully, they  had lived happily ever after.  However Josie was sent over  to an aunt and uncle on  Vancouver bland and try as  I could I was never able to  locate her. I had one letter  from her mailed in New  Westminster and that was the  last I ever heard of her. "C'est  la vie" as the French have  so succinctly described it,  but I know that all this happening so quickly "knocked  me for a loop" and so unsettled me that I quit my  poultry farming, shouldered  my packsack and once more  took to the road.  For many years I had  nursed the secret fantasy of  one day becoming superintendent of a home for wayward girls. It was the height  of my ambition but the playing  of nursemaid to a thousand  or more laying hens was a far  cry from such a lofty and interesting career and I had grown  tired of it. I think the Curries  were sorry to see me go but  1 was adamant, I needed a  change.  Once again back in the city  of Vancouver I found that the  job situation had not improved, in fact it had worsened. It hadn't been possible  for me to save any money  out of the $30 per month I  earned on the farm, so soon  I was completely broke. I  haunted the docks, went  aboard many ships and  offered my services for free  but there were no takers.  So many men were out of  work and doing the same  thing. I hoped against hope  for a chance at a "pier-head  jump", that is a final opportunity to sail should, at the  last minute, one of the crew  members fail to show up, but  such a situation failed to  materialize. In the end I had  no other alternative, I went to  the Centra] City. Mission on  Abbott Street for help.  In spite of their crowded  conditions and the many  demands made on their  services, they still found a  place for me and I remember  with gratitude the meals that  I had there and the bed and  shelter they gave me. Unlike  many missions, there was no  emphasis placed on the  singing of dreary and depressing hymns before being  served a mug of cocoa and a  week-old doughnut. They  were direct and to the point.  When a man was down and  out he needed food and a place  to rest, sooner or later, God  willing, he would find his own  answer. They had the sense  to realize that trying to ram  religion down his throat at a  time like this would not only  complicate affairs but add to  his problems.  Should one need clothing it  was provided and they even  had a kind of an employment  agency operating down there,  including the shipment of men  out to the relief camps. Ineffectual as these camps were,  at least they kept the men on  the move and out of the cities  for a period of two months,  so eventually when my name  came up on the waiting list  I agreed to go. At the last  moment, just before departure  time, I was called into the  office and this is when once  again I received a lucky  break.  Apparently the cook out at  the camp to which I had been  assigned, at Thetis Lake on  Vancouver Island, had reached the breaking point. He was  threatening to quit unless  some experienced help be  given him in feeding the  hundred or so men now there.  Although there was a large  reserve of unemployed men on  which to draw, of what use  was an electrician, a carpenter  or a plumber once he was  placed in a large kitchen?  He was like a fish out of his  element and what this particular cook needed at the time  was someone who could bake  bread, whip up a cake and  make a few pies from time to  time. He was not calling for  a Swiss pastry cook nor a  specialist in any of the many  culinary arts. All he required  was a man who could assist  him in the preparation of  simple, satisfying meals befitting a camp of this description.  I was asked the question,  did I know anything about C*|4 AA  cooking - could I fill the bill? V # ���������WW  Joyously I answered yes,  I was sure I could handle it.  This time I didn't have to give  them a sales pitch or pretend  I had had more experience  than was needed. I must have  seemed sincere as that evening I was on one of the C.P.R.  boats heading for the Island  and, as you may expect, there  were more adventures to  follow.  Coast News, July 7, 1981 19  For Your  Summer  Outdoor  Needs!.  xmelnor  ROUND POINT SHOVEL  $10*00 with long handle        (iTY^ /tin IVF W  .     ....   HOSES  RAKE spbi4  Welded construction, 14 curved teeth,  OSCILLATING  SPRINKLER  ��� Covers up to 2,200 sq. ft. (24' x 65')  (10 m x 20 m)  ��� Sealed Motor ,f>.<L JbJfc  ��� Spray area control dial $D��Ov  Erie ��� Model 910  Tubular Steel Frame  ^a  WHEELBARROW  Designed for light industrial or farm use  Features include:  50' $0*00  100' $11.00  All-season reinforced nylon hose is  resistant to heat, sun, fertilizer. Full flow  coupling.  Seabreeze  10" 2-speed Oscillating  Orange Road features historic school  ��� Drawn seamless steel tray  ��� Tray is 28" wide x 39" long  ��� 3 cu. ft. wet capacity (85 litres)  ��� 4 cu. ft. dry capacity (125 litres)  ��� "x" frame leg assembly  ��� No. 5 roller bearing wheel  I Dust sealed grease fitting  ��� Baked enamel finish  ��� Square noze design  ��� 4.00 x 8 rib tread 2-ply or 4-ply tire  by Richard F. Kennett  Five miles plus west of  Gibsons on Highway 101 lies a  rather historical corner of  education which one cannot  pass by without noticing the  very colourful eastern maple  trees that border the highway  and up around the corner on  the Orange Road that was  many years ago the East  Roberts Creek School property.  Back in 1912, Frank Allen  (Len Allen's father) as a co-  owner of District Lot 2596,  which embraces 160 acres  bounded by Highway 101 on  the south, Orange Road on the  East and Crow Road on the  West and the B.C. Hydro right-  of-way to the North, laid out  with extreme care and precision what is considered one of  the best 5 acre lot subdivisions  anywhere, with two fine creeks  (Clough and Robinson) running round through the entire  subdivision.  Perhaps the most interesting  part about this subdivision was  the fact that the first teacher in  East Roberts Creek School was  a lady who took up Lot 5 in the  newly created subdivision and  eventually the road opened up  to her property and was given  her name���Orange.  The late Clare Chamberlin  once told me that he had  worked on the opening of the  road from the highway (his  brother was Roadmaster) but  had with his logging prowess  sawed, split the cedar punching  to form the culvert under the  road to carry Clough Creek  which just   barely  nips  the  southeast corner of the Orange  estate. It was a very reliable  creek, and as years went by no  less than 32 people had registered water rights on it as it  flowed southward to the gulf  through Mr. & Mrs. Clough's  waterfront property. In passing, I note that Clare Cham-  berlin's culvert did not have to  be replaced until the late 19S0's.  Not only a fine teacher,  Orange must have been well up  on botanical knowledge and  was probably responsible for  those glorious maples having  been planted around the school  property. 1 say this because one  weekend while insulating the  attic of the old bungalow we  came across the large well  preserved scrap book, each  page having mounted on it a  flora specimen habitat to the  coast together with its common  name, and eloquent description, and its botanical name.  On the front page was a  notation by teacher Orange as  being her Summer School  Project, Victoria B.C., A.D.  1915.  Sometime after the first war  the Orange acreage was purchased by Mr. Hewer who for  years operated it as a chicken  farm. He was the local justice of  the peace and lived to a ripe old  age. Nearing his 90 years he  vacated the premises and was  cared for by the late Mrs. Ward  on the Lower Roberts Creek  Road until his passing away in  1953.  And so it was on the Victoria  Day weekend in 1953 the  Orange estate came into our  hands complete with a host of  apple blossomed trees, (mostly  Northern Spy) flowering lilac  bushes, yellow blossomed  laburnum trees around the  small tow bedroomed bungalow, with the front porch  bedecked with honeysuckle  vines. All this complete with a  full grown pasture, giant  towering acacia trees in a line  fronting a 10 room chicken  house, a barn, garage and  brooder house, incubators and  all the necessary gear for a  chicken operation, not to  mention a hydraulic ram in the  creek for running water, but no  electricity. But what can you  expect for $1700 lock, stock  and barrel.  After some time, another  early settler, Mrs. Whitworth  (also a chicken farmer) and her  daughter Madge Newman  mentioned that we had moved  onto hallowed ground. It seems  many years ago a small group  of local people, including  socialist J.S. Woodsworth,  gathered one weekend on the  Orange estate and formulated  what is now known as the  CCF/NDP. The only reply I  could muster at the time was to  say to Madge that it now  belonged to a Liberal.  As fate would have it, almost  a half century after the 1912  subdivision plan 4364, Len  Allen and his lovely wife Betty  (a piano teacher and concert  pianist in her own right)  returned to his father's development, taking up Lot I  along the highway and transforming it to a place of beauty  while Betty continued her  piano teaching. Once she asked  me to be critic at one of her  piano recitals, after which I  could only tell her that Dianne  MacDonald was her most  accomplished student.  All I can add to the history of  the Orange estate is that the  official weather records were  kept there from May 23, 1953  through December 15, I960  when the property was sold and  the family moved to the North  Road.  is your car begging lor a  second chance?  Beautiful bodies are our business!  Brian's Auto Body ft  Painting Ltd.  Fully equipped  lor all body and  paint repairs.  Box 605     Sechelt  885-9844  Wedco  BENCH  Easy assembly.  Lumber not included  Space Maker  UTILITY  LOCKER $60.00  Smartly designed with hinged tilt-back lid  and dual sliding door for easy access. Hot  dipped galvanized steel with durable  enamel finish. 2' x 4' x 3' high.  Aluminum All-purpose  LADDERS  $34*00 s  $40.00 6  Extra wide 3" rungs,  rear horizontal braces  prevent loosening, ensure stability,  won't twist, split or warp.  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Graham Crowell's off-the-  ailf comments regarding the  athletic prowess of the fairer  sex last year prompted an  outpouring of feminine wrath  unprecedented in the annals  of  friendly competition.  Not  only did the ladies team  severely pummel the helpless  Beachcomber lads, but added  insult to injury by mashing a  pie in the face of a bewildered  Mr. Crowell.  "Things will be different  this season," Mr. Gerussi  said in an interview at the Don  Granbery estate, where top  secret training sessions have  been underway for the past  six months. Mr. Granbery's  para-military Softball training  methods   are   renowned   all  Ladies softball  Final League Standings  1st Place  Roberts Creek  2nd Place  Cedars Inn  ! 3rd Place  Pender Harbour  Blues  Wakefield  Steelers  Shoal  Trail Bay  Reserve  Wins  15  13  II  9  8  5  5  4  1  Losses  5  6  ft  II  11  11  IS  Ties  Men's softball  Four teams make the  playoffs in August and right  now two teams have a lock on  first and second with the other  four fighting it out for the  final two playoff spots.  On Monday, June 29th,  Weldwood edged the Wanderers 3-1 as Dave Lamb  outpitched Jim Peers at  Elphinstone.  RCMP scored three runs in  the top of the seventh to make  it close, but Alec Skytte  came in to shut down the rally  as Cedars edged RCMP  7-5. Rick Wiebe picked up the  win.  Wednesday's   games   saw  Wanderers avenge Monday's  loss by thrashing Weldwood  11-1 as Jim Peers struck out  six and hit a home run and a  double. Gibsons Building Sup  plies defeated RCMP 13-7  behind the pitching of Gerry  Bergnach and Jerry Yee.  On Thursday, Ken Mac  won its fourth game of the  year when Freeman Reynolds  pitched his first game in a  month to defeat Jim Peers  and the Wanderers 10-5.  At Hackett Park, Weldwood  scored three runs in the fourth  as Rick Waugh pitched a two  hitter to defeat Gibsons Build  ing Supplies 5-1.  Standings as of July 4:  Won        Lost        Percentage  Cedars  Weldwood  Wanderers  Ken Mar-  G.B.S. i  R.C.M.P.     |  2  3  4  5  7  10  .818  .750  .500  .444  .417  .167  - Bradley J Benson Pholo  Notice the head of a boy who had earlier been swimming off  Gibsons beach and was asked to play for�� while by this porpoise.  across the United States and.  according to one team member, who prefers to remain  anonymous, "Those dumb  broads won't stand a chance  this year."  "Yeah, we've been working  the Boys pretty hard," says  Mr. Gerussi, "Up early,  three mile run, healthy breakfast, more road and weight  work; fielding and batting  practice, then on to the portion  of the programme that 1  cannot go into - Top Secret.  I think we've got a winning  ball team this year and I just  hope that everyone will be out  to watch us take our revenge  on the 10th."  Things get under way  Friday. July 10th, at 6:30 p.m.  Roberts Creek. Don't miss the  action.  Ponies  say  thanks  by Tom Gregorchuk  The coach and players of the  Saan Store Pony League  baseball team would like to  thank the businesses and  individuals who supported the  team in many ways during the  season.  Special thanks go to: the  sponsor, Saan Stores Ltd.. the  Gibsons Athletic Association,  the Kinsmen and Kinetics.  Elphinstone Recreation, The  Great Canadian Dough Factory. Gibsons Meat Market,  Mr. Carsky, Mr. and Mrs. B.  Emerson, the ladies who ran  the food concession and Mrs.  Grcgorchuk for organizing the  table at the Flea Market.  Head lice  Parents are advised to check  their children's heads frequently over the summer.  If you suspect your child has  head lice and need information regarding treatment,  contact the Coast Garibaldi  Health District Office at  886-2228.  2.W  3.��  it's so easy..  ^ WORKWEN? WORLD  WE RE WORKING FOR YOU  V iviG  PINSTRIPE  ^OVERALLS  COVERALLS  $32.99  $39.99  BigB  OVERALLS $19.99  Jeans ft Cords $15.99  e WORK WEN?   Cowries,.  /IK WORLD   sF��2&  afc^:**.-   .a__^ ������.JBL-'it'      It   rtfflC   iTfT"v"iMJ  "*'**  ."��-V-r     - .            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Bring your  equipment and your smile!  ARRIVE back at the Band Office on Friday  at 1:30 P.M.  by Ernie Home  The ladies third team  appears to have wrapped up  its flight championship early  this year. Out of a possible  216 points, Sunshine Coast  team has garnered a grand  total of 129 with one match  to complete for a possible  72 points. In the second team  interclub play last week  against Burnaby Mtn. our  team enjoyed an overwhelming victory 70 pts. to 38. It  looked like the rain might  put a damper on the tournament, but after a quick  shower the day was bright  and sunny. The ladies have  not been rained out any Tuesday at home this year!  Monday Twilight group  played a four person team  scramble, counting putts. Ken  Robson, Elsie Cupit, Ed  Pinkerton and Hilda Clancy  earned a total of 19 1/8 points  to take top honours.  Wednesday Men Twilight-  ers experienced a disappointing attendance with only 18  players on hand for the  evening fun. Low gross went  to Brian Leckie with a nice  36. Right behind was Don  Douglas who used two strokes  more for a 38. Low net went to  Sid Shaw with 31 strokes.  Ken Gallier used only 15  putts for the nine hole event.  Thursday morning seniors  had a large turnout of some 40  players. Three men's teams  played a 1-2-3 game to find  a winner. In this game the  score of one player is used  to count for the first hole.  Two scores are used for the  second hole and three scores  for the third hole and then  repeated. Dave Doig, Wally  Langdale, Vic Vaughan and  Bill Bader combined to pick up  first prize of three popular  Ben Hogan balls each. Plans  are underway to have an  interclub tournament with  Squamish Oldtimers. More  information will be available  when arrangements have been  finalized.  A trial of the new sprinkler  system appears to be successful. The connection from the  newly-formed lake will be  urgently required if this sunny  warm weather continues.  Let's hope our water supply  is adequate.  On Tuesday morning the  ladies played a hidden partner, count putts contest,  Iva Petersen and Eleanor  Dann found themselves teamed up in the 18 hole section.  ���������__���___  Their net 138 was low score  for first place. Maureen  Sleep used 31 putts for 18  holes. This averages less than  two for each green. Lila  Chambers and Edna Fisher  used a net 84 strokes for nine  holes, with Jean Todd taking  16 putts for nine holes.  Three spirited horses enjoyed the luscious grass on the  golf course a week ago last  Sunday. After minor damage  to the first and fourth greens  the irate players persuaded  the trio to leave, after a merry  chase around the fairways and  club house.  For some good practice and  exercise, try hitting off a  bucket of balls at the driving  range.  Once again Powell River  defeated our club both at  Powell River and at home.  However, the good time enjoyed by all makes every one  a winner.  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Juli 14  112 III  IN5II  1745  22.111  1.1.7  4.0  I2.K  II .1  1.1.5  11.5  |i 1  11  GROCERIES      FISHING TACKLE  TIMEX WATCHES    SUNDRIES  Open 9-9      7 Days a Week  IIIIHI  lH  I       II       I CANADIAN  I CANADIAN I PROPANE  SUPER STOVE SALE  ALL STOCK MUST 60!  All Enterprise Stoves  30% OFF  with  TRADE IN  Highway 101  Sechelt  SALE ON JULY 15-31  I    ll    I  I CANADIAN I  885-2360 ��, it  Sea Cavalcade offers  prizes for talent  ��� Vtna Parnoll Photo  TaL       I ft a      .1 ��� aajai .. _ Ifraj r��np niutv  I hey re off to the run! These eager runners lined up for the action it Dougal Park on Canada Diy, July 1, where ��� good crowd  gathered to enjoy the popcorn, drinks, and sliver dollar prizes it the annual Family Diy Picnic.  Who says, "Opportunity  only knocks once!"? During  Sea Cavalcade weekend last  year one of the highlights was  the Great Sunshine Coast  Talent Contest. This year with  the Second Annual Great  Sunshine Coast Talent Contest  another chance is being offered  to those who were perhaps too  shy or missed out last year.  Initiated and co-ordinated  by Dan Tohill of the Beachcombers film crew, the contest  provided a semi-professional  showcase for local talent.  Dan, over the years has been  involved in a variety of film and  theatre activities, from stunt  man to road show manager  And this year he has agreed to  host the Talent Contest.  One of the features of the  event, whicll once again has  been scheduled to coincide with  the Sea Cavalcade Weekend, is  that it provides an alternative  form of participation in the  activities of the Cavalcade.  Contestants are invited from  all areas of the performing arts,  and again this year, cash prizes  arc being offered.  Complete entry rules and  regulations will be appearing in  a future issue of the Coast  News. For anyone wishing  advance information or who  would like to pre-regisler for  this year's Contest, please  contact Susan Arsenault at  886-7531.  Coast News, July 7, 1981   pmioch-  21  OFFICE   ELECTRONICS  ��� Photocopiers ��� Typewriters  ��� Cash Registers ��� Calculators  ��� Office Supplies  Furniture   &   Stationery  Wrnrl M, Sechelt 115-3735  SUNSHINE COAST  PEST CONTROL & HEALTH SERVICES LTD.  LOCALLY OPERATED  GOV'T. LICENCED  Far Control of Carpenter Ants,  Rodents and Other Pests  OUR SPECIALTY:  Pre-Treatment ol Houses Under Conduction  For Confidential  Advice ind 883-2531  Estimate Call     Pender Harbour  Parliamentary democracy  strong in Canada  by Ray Sk.lly  For me, one of the sources of  pride in the particular constituency 1 represent in the  Parliament of Canada is the  tradition of strong social  conscience demonstrated by  the people who built the  communities of the British  Columbia coast. Early development of co-operative and  labor organizations set a  pattern that has continued in  active community life, lively  politics and well organized  groups fighting for a clean  environment, for Indian self-  government, for nuclear responsibility or for world order.  So I am pleased to be among  those members of parliament  who can safely say foreign  affairs are not an irrelevant  subject for my constituents.  British Columbians recall  with sorrow events of the past  25 years when we witnessed our  good neighbours in the United  States drawn into a tragedy  that immeasurably damaged  two nations, the Vietnamese  and their own. Many of my  constituents - liberals, socialists and conservatives - took  part in the movement against  that war. Many of my consti  tuents had to leave their  homeland and settle among us  because their conscience would  not permit them to take part in  that war.  So it is with apprehension  that we view what is now  happening in El Salvador, a  distant country remote from  our lives where a fascist dictatorship is violating the human  rights of its own citizens with  aid and "technical advisors"  from the United States. In  short, a country like Viet Nam.  And we are surprised that  not only the United States  government but also the Canadian government seems condemned to repeat past mistakes. Statements of External  Affairs Minister Mark Macgui-  gan last week are an example of  this. Rising in the- House of  Commons, the man who  speaks for Canada on international affairs cooly stated our  country favours a plan whereby  the dictators of El Salvador will  conduct elections in 1982  supposedly to put an end to the  unrest in that country. Canada  favours the plan although, fie  admitted, "the obstacles to  holding elections are formidable".   With  every   liberal,  social democrat, left-wing  socialist and Christian democrat who might run in that  election in exile or on a police  death list or already dead,  "formidable" is hardly the  word. "Impossible" would be a  better choice.  The sad fact is that the  government of Canada has  acquiesced to the will of the  present ultra conservative  administration in the U.S.  which has chosen El Salvador  as a test of strength against any  democratic movement resisting  Washington's client dictatorships.  Once again, moderates, religionists, trade unionists and  co-op organizers are being  lumped together as "communists". Once again a Liberal government in Ottawa is apologizing for the ugly excesses of  Crxoopng wmx k mm)  3&xSEi��lH\5 INIEKflT KAT& APUI& 6INTUCILY U> TAKE APVANfAG* WAY  would have us believe General  Diem was a legitimate leader of  the Vietnamese people, they  now tell us the butchers who  rule El Salvador can suddenly  be transformed from the murderers of nuns and children into  the custodians of a parliamentary democracy.  /  OFTH&  Recess expected  after disappointing session  by Dave Barrett  As we approach the expected summer recess, it is  time to begin evaluating  the current legislative session.  Wanted  Experienced  Breakfast  Grill Cook  9CITCHEN  CARNIVAL  Nothing Fishy  About This!  Glass Fish Platter  This stunning glass platter will be the talk of your  family and guests! Delightfully shaped like a  large fish; with wonderfully-sculpted detail, it  will serve all your hot and  cold fishes with elan.  15'/," long, 12'/," wide.  *16.98  Doing so, I can't help noticing a general sense of  regret at how little was  attempted or accomplished  and how much we seem to  have fallen behind in terms of  legislative progress to help  improve life In mis abundantly  endowed province.  Beginning with ��� false  start in a useless one-week  recall before Christmas which  only wasted taxpayers' money  on Ottawa-bashing, there was  some hope after the New Year  that at least a moderately  productive season of work by  elected politicians on behalf  of citizens was, planned by  government.  Instead, there has been  virtually no legislative program worthy of the name  brought forward by cabinet.  The principal debate has  revolved around a budget that  reduces some services, increases the province's guaranteed debt, fritters increased  millions on self-concerned  advertising, travel, and  bureaucracy expenses of ministers and promotes accelerating inflation by not only  raising taxes substantially but  indexing many of them for  automatic increases.  The government has embroiled itself in a continuing  string of fractious and sometimes   bitter  disputes   with  teachers, trustees, students,  doctors, trade unions, some  sectors of the business community, renters and a variety  of voluntary or professional  organizations involved with  helping the elderly, handicapped or impoverished.  While disturbingly serious  problems were ignored, such  as young couples unable to  find an affordable home or  minority groups beleaguered  by vicious racists, the administration concentrated on its  own petty problems such as its  power struggle with the  national government and the  "image" difficulties of individual cabinet ministers.  I would like to thank all the  many, many citizens who  wrote or phoned or met with  our caucus to make useful  suggestions during the past  session.  They are absolutely right  that we cannot afford another  disappointing session at a  time when leadership, legislation and straightforward  work is needed to solve our  increasingly complex problems. And I personally re-  dedicate myself to the belief  that the democratic process  can be a successful and unifying mechanism for society  to co-operate in meeting and  overcoming its problems if  there is the political will to do  U)W U)\J fM.  OCJRCJSEP VEHICLE  PROP /A/ TOPAY $ TAKE AWAMTAGE OF  HGCE WINGS'  ''��     3A3HW 3A am woo mm iv  faVtX Of fr*���� V��Hiai>   WIU KtCflVS  k fl.*��rViuT a&w venae  f^N VEHICLE VmiWWMCl PlAkl  \ 5 YEARS dO'OOQ KtfS ,  885-3811  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Peninsula Roofing  & insulation Ltd.  Retail Sflles  "�� commate tooting and insulation supply"  Sheet Metal Fabrication  1356 Wharf Rd. -..������  Sechelt Across from But Depot       IHOOJ W8-37M  N0TE.  I0\t \\MUrf KKT& Arm  h\#o lo Mi? vernal  1976 * klfcWEK  &  \m  Y0CllaapV/INA  \jmw wk m\m VACATION  WK TV0 (WrV/MZ TV toy)  VMV IkJ WAY F0K VZW?  A*KAewiT*ir  U6EPCAR  LlCHTTXcXK  tXKWPWMX  U rVUf H  40'MO KM  KUGMMtt  \a/��TRY HARPER  AY  So��Hi Coast Ft*  SALES LTI��  '" 'KlVlf  " yyi"'ir'   i   yt" '������  w  m ("Wt ii mm .���� i��t auntwu,*  ww*�������� i��M.iiii��.e��  '���� cmmlim a Iftf mm ��r��u  ��r,iii��u,r mkhWw   ��a,ium.i muMii*  "IP]  itsft  nn  Iff* VfLVf  jfM-WSM H7�� CMft   W��V��.  ��ic,iMUL.r AMIptam rw* outt m MM *ham  . #��XIUMAt MKir ���* 9*9*  u��v/?2>*->�� utw'itn**      ,  Wfrf   A/ee TRULY  iwr wituCjuuctut  iw�� n�� at  n'tw  Htvhrnt  l��rs   WW UT7 mt tVWf* 60K/MA,  (MUUU MMMMW      iU.ut.wl MUST '������  i��7? w RAfeir       UTT nucam ccucut  ��mr,i wm-r MW'aW    ��KUtu.l HtwMni  WJ9   VW  KAaW  \m.. jpi\,ft& (m 29ii  88? m\     rww m nn v/haw* f9 how 22  Coast News, July 7, 1981  Found  Found in bush off a lane in Lower  Gibsons ��� owner will identify -  one nifty baseball mitt. 886-2880.  #27  Freebies  Two puppies for adoption: 1 cross  between St. Bernard and large  Poodle and I cross between  Shepherd and Lab, around 5 or 6  months old. Cute and cuddly...  good family dogs. Phone 886-2274  #27  Free litter-trained black part  Persian kittens. 886-9890.  Free to good homes - Lab - Border  Collie cross - puppies - 4 weeks.  For more information call Ruth  MadocJones 885-9027 #27  Free to good home 5 month old  Shepherd cross pup. Loves kids.  886-7934. #27  Announcements  Mr. & Mrs. W. Davis announce  the engagement of their daughter  Penny-Lea to Al Hudson, son of  Mrs. Claire Hudson of Toronto,  Ont. The wedding will take place  in West Coast Christian Fellowship Church in Vancouver on July  18th at 10a.m. #27  SECHELT TOTEM CLUB BINGO  Every Sunday. Place: Sechelt  Legion Hall.  Times: Doors open 5:30. Early  Birds 7:00. Bonanza 7:30. Regular Bingo 8:00.  100% payout on Bonanza end of  each month. Everyone Welcome.   TFN  DANCE students, teachers and  others requiring information on  Tap, Ballet, Aero. Modern and  Spanish Dance. Please phone  886-2989. TFN  ATTIC ANTIQUES  wishes to advise that its  Parking area Is for Customers only. All others will be  Towed away at owner's  expense.  If someone in your family has a  drinking problem you can see  what it's doing to them. Can you  see what it is doing to you?  Al Anon can help. Phone 6-9037  or 6-8228 TFN  MEALS ON WHEELS  Available Mon��� Wed . Fri  Gibsons, Roberts Creek  Gill  886-7880   885-3351  BIN'S  DRVIVALL  * No job too big  or small  ��� Machine taping  available  81 **  iK  JANE'S /q  tub �� top    '  SHOI'  >J-v     ���  M  A Full Line of      ��W>  Plumbing Supplies  Tues. - Sat.  9 a.m. - 5 p.m.  Gibsons  Hwy 101 & Pratt Rd.  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIED ADS  Anouncements |   uuestocK    lUJorh Wanted 11 Help Wanted | wanted to Rent  Black female cat "Babe" last seen  in Roberts Creek area. She is an  eleven year old long hair with tiny  white patch on chest and stomach.  Has front paws with thumbs like  mittens and a ring around middle  Ol tail Please call 885-36Id.  Reward 028  Please help us find Barney. He is  a male brown & white Springer  Spaniel, lost Pratt Road area.  Reward. 886-8257 #27  Left behind Sat. June 29 girl's  blue .v white runners & ankle  socks at Gibsons Harbour boat  launch. Reward. Phone 886-7855  #27  Dark brown prescription glasses.,  Lost between Fitzgerald's &  School Rd. Call 886-2470 and ask  for Tony. #27  ATTIC ANTIQUES  Clothing Sale  50% off  Personal  Pregnant? Need help? Don't  have an abortion. We'll help.  Call Eileen 886-8525. #27  WANTED  Person to teach an individual  Arabic one or two evenings a  week. Box 8, Coast News, Box  460 Gibsons. VON 1VO.        TFN  150 layer Chicks 10 weeks old.  $4.25 each. 886-7540 TFN  HAY. $2.00 a bale. Phone evenings 885-9357 TFN  1 quarter horse mare, 1 kanata  mare and 1 pony to good homes.  886-9409 TFN  Stubben Siegfried Jumping Saddle. 16'/i" forward seat, in excellent condition. 885-9551.    #27  wanted  A.A. Meetings  Phone  886-9208  885-3394  or  886-2993  tor Pender Harbour  883-9978  or  883-9238  Public notice to Keith Nelson.  This is to inform' you that if you  have not claimed your dog  "Iggy" currently a boarder at  Peninsula Boarding Kennels,  Reed Rd., Gibsons, within seven  days of this notice and pay all  expenses to date, "Iggy" will be  put up for adoption. #27  '       S.P.C.A.  For Adoption:  Doga - Golden Retriever X female  spayed 1 year. Kees-hound  Shepherd X pups, 6 weeks,  886-8237.  Cats ��� Several adults and lots  of cute kittens.  Peninsula Kennels open 9-11  a.m. - 2-4 p.m. or phone 886-  7713. #27  For Sale: Miniature Apricot  Poodle  Pups.  Phone  886-7378.  #27  Purebred German Shepherd Pups  8 weeks old. $100 each. Phone  evenings after 5,886-8453.     #27  TFN  Wanted: good home for 7 mos.  old fern. Sheepdog, gentle,  friendly, intelligent, partly trained, spayed, all shots, must have  lots of attention, pref. children.  885-5505 #27  Purebred reg'd. Persian kittens  white, blue & tortie. All shots,  health certificate. 10 wks. old.  886-7938. $150. #28  Magus  Kennels  ��� Dog Boarding & Training  ��� CKC Champion & Obedience  Great Danes  ��� Best Care on Peninsula  886-8568  SPCA  SPAY  Clinic  and information  886-7938  lie is 105  Gibsons, B.C.  CASTLEROCK  KENNELS  ��� Boarding  ��� Grooming    \r     ;;  ��� Puppies occasionally  ���M  opposite Golf Course  885-2505  UuestocK  Barn and pasture for one horse  close to Gibsons. I feed and take  full responsibility for upkeep of  fences. Please write Box 1634,  Gibsons. #27  j. ELLINGHAM  N&    STABLES  Ptm   ��� Boarding  ��� Training  \ y  ��� Lessons  11  885-9969  CASH FOR LOBS  Top Prices  Free Estimates  D & 0 LOG SORTING  LTD.  886-7896    886-7700  worn wanted  Typm  886-7862  #29  Will hand knit white buffalo  indian sweaters or vesta. Phone  885-2002 anytime. #28  Portable sawmill and operator for  hire. Ph. 886-9659 #28  Purr-feet  Typing Services  886-7862  #29  J. LEPORE TILE  Quality Installations  Ceramic, Mosaic or Quarry  All work guaranteed  Free estimates  Phone Anytime  Ralncoast Secretarial  Office overload service  and  Professional Out of Office  Typing  (Pick-up and delivery  available)  Pattl: 888-8593  Eves. 885-5988  WEST COAST  paihtihg  886-2883  f  b  Free  Estimates  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  Carpentry and Conatnacaon, re-  novaUon. and repair*, decks and  Victoria couple wanting to rent  house Gibsons, Sechelt, Roberts  Creek, no pets, no kids, references. 885-5623 Randy ��� after 6.  #29  Wanted: Free clean fill. Roberts  Creek, Beach Ave. In July.  885-3310 #29  Old console Radio 1930-40, condition not important. Reply to  Box 562, Gibsons. #27  Older furniture, china etc. bought  or sold on consignment. Harbour  Antiques, 1585 Marine Dr.,  Gibsons. 886-7800 TFN  F & L Contractors. Standing  timber. Any amount. Fair prices.  Good clean up. Lou LePage  886-9872 or 886-7833. TFN  Delivered sawdust, shavings, for  stable. 885-9969 TFN  The Coast News is looking for  back copies to complete their  files. Issues missing are from  June to December in 1976. Anyone wishing to donate, please  phone 886-2622 and we will pick  up.Thank you I TFN  Call Brent or Jim at 885-3185 TFN  TREE SERVICE  We  make  it  our  business  to  provide   you   with   satisfaction.  Our specialty:  ��� Topping  ��� Limbing  ��� Dangerous Tree Removal  Insured guaranteed services  Peerless Tree Service Ltd.  Call for free estimate 885-2109.  TFN  Design  Drafting  886-7441  NEEDTUNE-Urr  Experienced mechanic will come  to your car ��� any make. Reaa.  rate* call  Dominique  (85-3317  anytime        TFN  Carpenter - new and renovations.  Reasonable rates and references.  886-7280 TFN  Qualified Painter. Reasonable  rates. Work guaranteed. 886-9749   TFN,  Fence building our specialty.  886-7540 TFN  Chimney sweeping and moss  spraying. 886-7540 TFN  Experienced reliable babysitting -  Sechelt area preferred. Call  Gillian at 885-3428 TFN  WRIGHT WAY CONSTRUCTION  Renovations ��� Alterations from  the basement to the roof. Satisfaction guaranteed. 886-9468. #28  Well divining, landscaping,  power-sawing, contract or hourly.  886-2547 after 6 p.m. 886-9526  daytime. #27  Taping and Texturing, basements  repairs, renovations, houses.  886-9291 #27  Harbour Chimney Cleaning. Serving the Sunshine Coast. Fireplaces, furnaces, oil stoves, 883-  9171. Customers from the 886 exchange call Collect. TFN  D6 Cat for hire. Phone leave  message 885-2873 TFb  Backhoe available. Gibsons area  preferred. Phone 886-9614 any  time. TFN  Commercial pilot seeking employment. 500 hrs. multi-engine,  land or sea. Class II instrument  rating. Call Rick (112) 921-9646.   TFN  Chimney Cleaning and maintenance. Ph. 886-7411 or 886-8023   TFN  Timberjack Skidder with operator. Wire splicer available. 886-  2451 IEBL  For Explosive geqatweuts  Dynamite, electric or regular caps  B line E cord and safety fuse.  Contact Gwen NInuno, Cemetery  Road, Gibsons. Phone 886-7778.  Howe Sound Farmer Institute.   IHJ  Hardwood Floors resanded and  finished, work guaranteed. Free  est. Phone 885-5072 TFN  Dependable experienced carpenter, renovations, eavestroughs,  greenhouses, sundecks, finishing  No job toot small, until 8 p.m.  886-7728 TFN  Small engine repair. All makes  of small gas engines, low cost,  quality work, call 886-7934  anytime. #27  Dependable licenced plumber.  New installations, renovations.  Call Bruce 885-5072. TFN  For your land and lawn scaping,  garden care call DEAN Ltd.  886-7540 TFN  New homes, additions and  renovations. Call after 5 p.m.  886-9858 or 980-4044. #29  HARBOUR  CHIMNEY CLEANING  Serving the Sunshine Coast.  Fireplaces, furnaces, oil stoves,  883-9171. Customers from the  886 exchange call collect.      TFN  Man to run 18" shake machine  must have 1 year experience.  Ph. 884-5385. #29  Part-time bus girls and door  person required. Apply In person  to Royal Canadian Legion Branch  109. Gibsons. TFN  Relief Receptionist Clerk II.  Commencing July 1981 and  ending December 1981. Three  days per week, Friday, Saturday  and Sunday. The successful  applicant must have typing speed  of 50 wpm and a pleasant telephone manner. Applicant) with  medical terminology are preferred. Dosing date for applications July 8, 1981. Please  apply: L. Buchhorn, Personnel  Officer, St. Mary's Hospital,  P.O. Box 7777, Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3AO. 885-2224 Local 21.  #27  Sunshine Coast Community  Services Society Adult Day Care  requires a Program Worker  2'/i days per week. Requirements: Special interest in senior  adults & disabled persons,  ability to work in a non-structured  situation; valid driver's licence  and current first aid certificate  or equivalent. Responsibilities  include planning social & recreational programs, planning'&  preparing noon meals, transportation in emergencies, fill-in  any aspect of program as needed.  Please send resume to Box 1069,  Sechelt, B.C. by July 10,1981.#27  Experienced Travel Agent 2-3  yrs. lata, permanent, could be  part time. 886-7880. #28  Mature caring person instruct  in woodwork and other crafts at  Sunshine Achievement Centre.  Paid position five hours daily.  Call Lois Jackson 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.  886-9325. Eves. 886-9156.       #27  Coach required for swim club  commencing Sept. Some experience in competitive swimming or coaching essential.  Call 886-7982. #27  1 part-time qualified prep cook,  1 breakfast cook, 1 waitress or  waiter, 1 bartender 5 nights a  week. Apply at Pebbles, Driftwood Inn, Sechelt. 885-5811.  #27  REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY-  Permanent night janitor. Apply  in writing to: Jolly Roger Inn,  RR#1 Halfmoon Bay, B.C. VON  1YO. #27  ttincoAx  Complete  Photographic Service  ��� Promotion  ��� Commercial  ��� Portraits  ��� Custom Work  886-2937  Winters  Help wanted  Part-time relief child care worker  needed in community, familyr  oriented, residential treatment  centre for children. Experience in  child care required. Please  submit resume to Director, Box  770, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3AO  before July 15th, 1981. #27  Madill S.S. engineer, good opportunity for top producer. Phone  and leave message 885-2873. TFN  Waitresses: part-time and full  time. Apply at Seaview Gardens,  between 11:30 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.  #27  Babysitter wanted for summer  for 6-yr. old boy in Langdale.  5 days a wk��� 8-5, prefer at my  home but will take out. Call  886-7889 after 6. #27  Person for light housework,  new home, adults, one day per  week, own transportation. References. 886-8628 #29  Sunshine Coast Community Services Society. Two child care  counsellors wanted to work  co-operatively with teachers  & teacher's aids at Gibsons  and Pender Harbour Alternate  Schools; to act as support to  students and to maintain liaison  with school, home and social  agencies. Car required. Send  resume to Alternate Education  Program, Sunshine Coast Community Services Society, Box  1069, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3AO.  #27  needs  Dishwashers, Bus  People, Waitresses &  Housekeepers. Full  and/or Part Time  Apply in person or call  885-2232  wanted to Rent  Bachelor or 1 bedrm. needed to  rent July 1 for quiet clean person.  Furn. or unfurn. Okay. Phone  886-7706 #28  Wanted to rent from August,  in Sechelt area, a house for  long let by responsible, professional couple with well-behaved pets. 521-0946. #28  House needed for family of  three children, no pets, non-  smoker, non-drinker, refs. 886-  .8003. #27  A one of two stall garage for  commercial use. Rent negotiable.  Phone office at 886-2281, 8:30 -  6:30. #27  Wanted for Aug. or Sept. 1st  3 bdr. by family of 4. Roberts  Creek area. Long term. Reference  avail. 885-7265 #27  Two working girls want to rent  2 bedroom house, trailer or app.  Very iiigent as have to move  June 30. Refs. if needed. Quiet  and responsible. Phone 886-8481.  #27  Garage or storage space in Gibsons or Sechelt area. Call Eileen  885-5821 days. #27  Teacher wishes to rent 1 or 2  bedroom house Gibsons area  summer home Sept. 1 to June 30  acceptable. Phone collect 988-  0596 #29  Couple with baby seek a home  for Sept. 1 preferably around  Gibsons on long-term basis but  short-term considered. Have  good refs. Phone Bruce or Lisa  Doiron 886-8586. #29  Teacher at Sechelt needs rental  accommodation mln. 2 bedrooms  August 1st. Phone 886-2620 or  leave message for Mr. Irish at  885-3216. #29  For Rent  Basement Suite 1 bedroom,  large kitchen, living room, private  entrance. References required!!  Phone 886-2628 #29  Commercial space 2 separate  locations 1500 sq. ft. ft 600 sq. ft.  located at Hwy. 101 ft Francis  Peninsula Rd. in Pender Harbour.  Day 883-2533 Nights 883-9933.  TFN  5 bedrooms 2 fireplaces, 2 bathrooms, carport, sundeck, view  S600 a month. References req.  Francis Pen. Rd. 883-2606     #29  Cabin-minimal accommodation.  Work/rent. Phone 980-2154   #27  . COMMERCIAL SPACE  1600 sq. ft. prime retail space  available June 1. 885-2522,  885-3165 eves. TFN  3 bedrm. Panabode, fireplace,  sundeck etc. Roberts Creek area  on acreage, on long-term base  only, refs. required in writing to  Boi 6, c/o Coast News, Box 460,  Gibsons, B.C. #28  Pender Harbour, 2 Bed. small  cottage, suit single or couple. No  pets. Call, 883-9923 #27  FOR RENT  CF - M.H.S. Cessna  150 Fresh C. of A.  ��� $20.00 Hr. W.E.T.  ��� To PL & PB insured  Pilots  * Minimum Block Time 5  hrs. prepaid  * Inquiries invited  call eoroon mULLMS  885-3686 or 695-8509  COMMERCIAL  SPACE  FOR RENT  Cedar Plaza  Gibsons  Up to 1600 sq. ft. of  prime Retail floor  space for reasonable  lease rates.  Good location for  Men's Wear, Ladies'  Wear, Jewellry store,  etc.  Please contact  886-2234  886-7454  For Rent  Room and board available for  clean working men. Phone  886-2137 TFN  SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES  1886-9334      TFN  RENT-A-BAYt  YOU FIX m  We supply you with a bay area,  floor jacks, jack stands, creepers.  Bring your own tools. $5.00/hour.  Phone 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. 886-2020.  Crucil Rd. TFN  Eight miles north Sechelt older  waterfront cottage needs winterizing and reinstallation of hydro  line, ideal for handyman and  wife. Rent negotiable. Ref. req'd.  Box 5, Coast News, Box 460,  Gibsons, B.C. #29  1 BR garden suite, suitable for  1 person, non smoker, no pets.  Fridge, stove, washer, dryer.  First and last month's rent in  advance. $400 per mo. including  utilities, available July 15, 885-  ���9345     #27  20' Motorhome for Rent. $350  wk. 104 Ul. 885-7527 #27  Store or offke space. Approx.  1500 sq. ft. located at Hwy. 101  ft Francis Peninsula Rd. In  Pender Harbour. Day 883-2533  nights 883-9933 TFN  19 in. Colour T.V. S2S per mo., 3  mo. min. 26 in. consoles $30. per  mo. J ft C Electronic, 885-2568  #TFN  Community Hall for rent in  Roberts Creek. Phone Bill Grose  885-9237 TFN  1200 Sq. Ft.  Commercial  Shop Space  For Lease  Hwy. 101,. Gibsons  886-9414  OFFICE SPACE  Very reasonable lease  requirements for 2nd  floor location.  Sizes available,  from 880 sq. ft to  4500 sq. ft.  Air conditioned, carpeted mall location.  SPACE  AVAILABLE  IMMEDIATELY  Phone: 886-2234  886-7454  For Sale  THERMAX  WELD-ALL IND.  Beat the High Cost ol Heating  Custom Made Wood Stoves  PHONE 886-8466  ELECTPOHOME  SALES A SERVICE  1 Yi-.ir W.u r.inly  SUNSHINE  COAST TV.  OCEANSIDE  POOLS  VINYL LINED SWIMMING POOLS  ALUMINUM  ft STEEL WALLS  HOT TUBS I SPAS  Siltt, Service, Inilellatlont  Fully Guaranteed  Ten Yearn Experience  ESTIMATES  Phone  Bob Green  005-3062  Box 1184, Sechelt.  mw*a1*m1*a1mna1*m  For sale  FRESH AIR  FIREPLACE  GB 32 "Glow Boy.  Model No. KS-135  with zero clearance.  Used only three  months. Retails for  ���1,175 - will sell for  ���775 or best offer.  vWe-83S4  TFN,  Drapes 1 pr. lined double width  2 panels 63x52 -1 pr. rust single  width 56" - man's leather suitcase, lady's beige mink collar  coat (18), footstool. Ph. 886-7178  a.m. #28  Citation kitchen cabinets $200  OBO free-standing closet 2i3i5  $40, all household items too.  883-2606. Datsun pickup locking  utility boi $50. #29  15 cu. ft. freezer woodgrain  finish, ei. cond. $150. 886-7652  #27  4-wheel trailer for 18-23' boat  $600.886-7698. #29  FOAM  27" x 72" x 2" - $9.95  2 Densities  Many other Foam Specials  W.W. Upholstery  a Boat Tops Ltd.  Gibsons 886-7310  Left-handed Guitar (Custom Two  pickup semi hollow, beautiful  action with velvet hard-covered  case $200. Ask for Peter. 886-  2883 #27  1978 De luxe Lionel Tent Trailer  fully equipped 3-way fridge,  stove, heater, awning, etc. Excellent condition. Sleeps 8.  886-7736 #27  FREE KITCHEN DESIGN  SERVICE!  Carpets!  Vinyl!  Ceramics! Appliances! Cabinets I Teredo Carpi   A Home Centre 885-2601,  88��7520. TFN  TRAILER HITCHES  Reese,   Eaz-Tow   and   custom'  hitches.   Call   Terry   at   Coast  Industries,   Gibsons.   886-9159.   TFN  Frostfree side-by-side Fridge  freezer works well $415. Propane  tank (4 ft. ht. cylinder) $50.  3M Copier as new, 051 model  $150. Braun coffee grinder $15.  886-2513 #27  FIREWOOD  $50 per truckload, split and  delivered. Call 886-7142.        #27  W.W. Upholstery  A Boat Tops Ltd.  All Supplies for the  DO-IT-YOURSELFER  Olbaona 886-7310  ELECTROLUX  CANADA  LTD.  Authorized Dealers  serving the  sunshine Coast  24 Hrs. Service  885-7567  Gtri Stojec  886-8053  Carrie Keelan  885-9421  Pat Hogg  886-7916  Lawrence Chambers  885-3379  Harry Collins  885-3302  Marc Roulleau  886-8053  New I used  vacuums.  Shampooers  sales,  supplies ft  seruice WOOD HEATERS  and furnaces  Sales and Service  H. Himmel  Hwy. 101, W. Sechelt  885-2113  r��� LUMBER FOR SALE������  Hough sawn lumber. (Irudcs for  fencing, construction and boats.  Yellow cedar, red cedar, fir.  hemlock, Inquire weekdays. 9 - 4.  Copack Industries limited. Hillside Sawmill. Visit us beside  Avalon near Port Mellon or phone  1:6-7.1 IK. TFN  Siihl Chainsaws 041 $250 2-051  $300 each 075 $325. Spiral stair-  ease, wrought iron, 8 ft. plus with  handrail, needs assembly $450.  Cobra rock drill 5 drills $350.  Barn shakes $40/sq. 885-3429 #27  HOTTUB?  Do it yourself. Fiberglass, redwood and vinyl. Solar collectors,  H&S Contracting. 885-3825 TFN  Metal shed 7x8 $100 OBO. Franklin fireplace, as new $75. 886-  9102. #28  TONY'S  UNIQUE RESTORATIONS  BRASS* ANTIQUES  I'edal stools. Sinks. Leaded  glass. French Doors. Demolition.  Brass Taps. Chandeliers. Wall  Sconces. Red Brick. Oak Floors.  Beautiful accessories 50 years ft  older. 3b62-4th Ave., Vancouver  TFN  INSULATION  AND R00FINB  MATERIALS  FOR SALE  PENINSULA ROOFING &  INSULATION LTD.  88S-37M  Iron Bedstead complete with  springs and mattress. Double  size. $50.886-9122.  17' Sangster with trailer 70 hp  Mercury OB 75 hrs. 5 hp Volvo  OB 10 hrs. Lots of extras. $4500.  Phone 883-2228. #27  Volkswagen powered portable  sawmill, excellent condition,  spare parts etc. Write box 1074  Gibsons, B.C. #27  Twin youth beds $50 pr., 2 rugs  $20 & $25. New fully louvred bi-  fold doors, half price. 886-8651.  #27  PUMPS PUMPS PUMPS  Commercial 4 Residential  Sump, Sewage a  Effluent Pumps  Construction Equipment  885-5922  r���Madeira���i  Appliances  have good guaranteed  rebuilt appliances.  Less than hall  new price.  Call Collect Anytime  L-eeMBoe���'  COAST  POWER CLEANING  " Steam Cleaning  Pressure Washing  Sand Blasting  Industrial Painting  885-9316  T.V.  STEREO  Green Onion  Stereo  884-5240  Dunham Rd.. Port Mellon  For Sale  Inglis multi-cycle auto washer,  excellent condition. Guaranteed  A delivered. $250. Phone 883-  -2m TFJH.  Powerful horse manure: you load  $15.885-9969. TFN  Appliances, Furniture, TV's,  Stereos etc. DISCOUNT PRICES!  Kern's Home Furnishings, Seaview Place, Gibsons. 886-9733.   TFN  Garden hay mulch. 10 bale  minimum. $1 50 each bale. 20  bales $1.25 each. 886-7377 or  886-9409 TFN    i  Never used Columbia garden  tractor 15 hp Briggs Stratton,  new battery, cab plow and attachments. Call 886-2444. #27  For Watklne Qwdtty Predicts -  Phone Harry Collins at Davis Bay.  885-3302. #27  BOOK SEARCH  available  We stock books on Philosophy,  Music, Art and Poetry.  ATTIC ANTIQUES  Hwy 101, on the hUl, Gibsons  TFN  Rockwell mitre saw $200, circular  solid wood tables, oak and walnut  $100 A $150. After 6 p.m. 886-  7164. #28  BUTHMJUHB  W.W. Upholstery  t Boat Tops Ltd.  Gibsons  886-7310  Nice utility trailer, new, first  $300 takes. Ph. 886-2105 ask for  Bob. #28  John Deere Cat with winch  and blade. $7000.886-2775.    #27  TUFPERW'ARE - your guarantee  of quality - keeps food at peak of  freshness - pretty and practical.  Phone Louise Palmer 886-9363#29  30" x 60" 5-drawer desk, wood  products $150. 1 pr. brown,  western, bucket, seat covers  $25. for truck or van. Assorted  ice skates, size 5 to 8*4, boys  and girls $10 a pair. Phone  885-2002. #28  Steel 6 foot stand and 100 gallon  oil tank $75.886-7546. #28  The WOOD SHED  Is now taking orders for  FIREWOOD  Stock-up now tor next winte-  Phone at  MULCH HAY $1.50 bale. Phone  evening 885-9357 TFN  House renovation sale, Kenmore  range, McClary fridge, both In  good condition, old Fridgidair,  odds 'n ends of household  goods, some women's coast size  12. If interested call 886-2864  for a look. #29  PLEXIGLAS  W.W. Upholstery  ft Boat Tops Ltd.  Gibsons  886-7310  CLEARANCE  SALE  Cottons &  Poly Cottons  t1.Mtt.ll/m  Poly Crepes  & Satins  Reg. to M2.��/m  HOVlt&N/m  60" Poly Sheers  Reg. ��8.��/m  sale! t5.N/m  Other Selected  Fabrics  20% Discount  Poly Cotton  T-Shirting  From ti.M/m  Viyella  Reg. 'I5.��vm  SALE|tO.H/m  sunnycrest  Fabrics  Opposite Super Valu  006-2231  Centres  Or) PIONEER  Next to the  Bank ol Montreal Building  Sechelt  885-3313  24" Kenmore range 4 yrs. old  $150. Gold colour, works well.  886-7938. #28  Inglis dryer $50. Baycrest sewing  machine $40. Lady's bike $25.  Child's bike, ironing board, large  armchair, lvrm. lamp, old armchair, large green carpet. 886-  8026. #28  TARPS  W.W. Upholstery  I Boat Tops Ltd.  Gibsons 886-7310  Cute Peruvian Guinea Pigs $5  each. Phone 885-9516 #29  KIDS FOR SALE OR TRADE,  handsome polled Alpine male  from quality reg. doe, plus 6-wk.  old male kid and bottle fed female  kid. 8864029 #27  13 cu. ft. Admiral Fridge/freezer  $100., McClary dec. stove $100;  700 Ib. cap. champion boat  trailer with winch $200; 2 camp  cots with mattresses $5.00 ea;  1 couch $5.00. MacDonald (Foot  of Mabel Rd. off Gower Ft. Rd.)  #27  Bed chesterfield w/matching  chair - good cond $100. Kitchen  table w/4 chairs $60.885-9859*27  4 VW wheel adaptors, aquariums,  floor polisher, 9 dr. workbench,  plywood wardrobe, 6 big wk.  bench drawers, open arm sewing  machine, assorted dishes, ceiling  clothes drying rack. 885-2783.  #27  1 red boy's road king bike In good  condition. $75.886-2521 #27  Persian Rug 7x12 $1,000 firm,  full size metal bed $15, 2 drwr.  oak chest $150, ice chest $5,  blonde coffee table $35, two  rattan tub chairs $75 each, two  metal saw stands, china lavatory  stainless sink. 885-3309 eves. #27  Get your Mike Adkin record or  tape at Gibsons Christian Books  and Crafts, Marine Drive, Gibsons. "He is Near" and "Thank  You for the Dove". Phone  886-9077 for info, and mail orders  or write Box 925, Gibsons.      #29  Automotiue  40 watt Gibson Amp tremolo  reverb hi-low sensitivity Inputs  A Kent electric guitar 2 pickups  $275. After 5:00.886-8453      #28  Buffet, hall table, boudoir chair,  CI. TV, silver, crystal, gold pit.  bar set, org. oils, collector's  books, Ig. wood bowls, antique  9 pee. dining ste., candelabra,  5 spd. bike, ant. clock, fl. pots,  freezer, mink stole, 2 collars,  wine urn & cups, Girard console  rec. player, buff. A hutch w.  stained glass, ant. end table A  . minors, .metal office cabinet  etc. 886-9090. #27  100 amp construction service pole  886-7589 #27  Will trade my 50x100' lot in  Brownsville, Texas value $4,000  for boat ft trailer. Phone Keitn  885-5823 #27  1/8 to 3/8 straight split 18"  shakes - good for sheds - barns  skirting or ? $3.00 per bundle.  884-5385 #29  Near new cement mixer cost $340  sell $250, home oxy. act. welding  outfit with rods $300, Truetemper  fertilizer spreader new cost $80  sell $50. 886-2957 between  5-7p.m. #27  20 wk. old  PULLETS  TAKING ORDERS  NOW!  20%  Shrubs  Fruit Trees  Ornamentals  "Everything  for your Garden  Quality  l.��MiilVMd*Mil  Supply Ltd.  all Road        886-7527  1965 Chev 1 ton flat deck 8 fl  x 12 ft deck, 4 new dual tires,  extra rims, runs well, good hwy.  truck, moving must sell. 883-2606  $1,000. #29  For parts or drive away 1971  Pontiac Catalina, good drive  train, good brakes, two new radial  snows, body ruff! $150. 886-8453  after 5:00. #28  1967 Pontiac Laurenhan, 4 door,  new tires, parts or drive away,  needs battery. $200 firm. Phone  after 5:00 886-8453. 2 GR-70/15"  B.F. Goodrich radials on Ford  rims. $20 each. After 5:00 886-  8453. #28  1974 GMC Suburban 454, air,  AM/FM, trailer pak. radials  $3500 OBO. 886-7589 #29  '70 Maverick, exc. trans., good  engine, good tires. $750. 886-  7738 #29  1974 GMC Jimmy runs well but  needs work. $1500 OBO. 885-5631  #27  78 Mini sunroof 41,000 km,  good condition $3400 OBO. Phone  886-7135 #27  1969 Toyota Corolla $300. 886-  7174 after 6 p.m. #28  For Sale: 1978 Ford F-250 Super-  cab 4i4, overload springs and  wired for camper and trailer,  excellent condition. $7500. Phone  886-7850. #28  1974 GMC '/. ton Truck $1995.  Ph. 886-9648 #28  1980 Ford F1S0, 13,900 km,  exc. cond. Lines-Box radio 886-  9508 after 6:00 p.m. #28  1977 Dodge 3/4 ton pickup.  Automatic, PS, PB, 318, c/w  canopy. $2300.886-7968.       #28  '74 Chev C65 with 20' alum.  Van 5-ton 2-speed axle, excellent  running condition. $5700. Phone  8864628 #28  '77 Scout II soft top, 31,500 ml.  New tran. case, good tires, new  start, motor, 304 d. 2 barrel  holley new brakes, 10,000 lb.  towing pkg. electric brakes,  4-spd. heavy duty, heater, Pat at  886-9682. $4,500. or trade for  V> ton Chev or Ford. #28  '77 Olds station wagon PS, PB,  P/windows, p/door locks,  p/seat, cruise air tttt AM/FM  stereo etc. Will consider M ton  P.U. in trade $5495. 886-7481  after 6p.m. #27  69-Cortina 2 Dr., low miles. Good  all round. $6S0.00 - Bill - 883-9923   #27  69 Envoy Auto - Good running  order $495.00 - Bill - 883-9923   m.  Dodge crew cab 4x4 with winch.  $1500.886-2775. #27  4 wheel drive Land Rover P.U.  $700,886-2775. #27  1974 Ford 'A ton - new eve  moving, must sell cheap. 886-  8249. #27  1966 Chevelle 4-door, good running condition. $325 firm. 885-  2971. .   #27  1979 Dodge 1 ton, dual wheels,  flatdeck. V-8 auto., PS ft PB,  20,000 km. Rebuilt. $5,500.  886-8414. TFN  '69 Olds 4-dr. PS/PB, runs well,  no rust, new brakes, $400 OBO.  886-7938. #28  '73 Silver Challenger 340 eng.  auto, trans, ft shift kit, posi-end  good condition, asking $3200.  Phone 886-9471 #28  1978 GMC Rally Wagon, excellent cond. Only 7,500 ml.  886-2410 TFN  '69 Ford Econoline E-300,302 V-8  insulated and panelled. Good and  reliable.  $1100 or  best  offer.  886-7728. #27  1973 MGB Green. Newly rebuilt  motor, good car. 883-9342.    TFN  RENT-A-CAR  RENT-A-TRUCK  1981 1-Ton Truck*  c/w 12' Vans  1981 F-250'8  3/4 Ton Pickups  1981 Fairmonts  1981 Mustangs  5 Ton Truck. 22' Box  Hydraulic Tailgate  DAILY WEEKLY  MONTHLY  COMPETITIVE RATES  ���ABBA���  \ LEASE RENTALS \  885-2131  Across Irom Bennor s  MS  LOtS ItS HOP?  Come in and see Herman  Vandeberg, 20 years Volkswagen Specialist - Factory  trained.  MMTICMfT  FMi uwui  Hours of Service  8 am - 8 pm   818-3281  Is  No problem for us - Ford  has been building and  importing cars and trucks  from Germany, Japan  and England as far back  as 1949.  So if you have a problem  with your small car we've  got the  Hour* of Service  Sam-5pm  888-3281  ���wrmcMiT  uunin  Blue  Datsun   B-210  automatic  ftnacatate) 20.000 miles. 885-  #27  1971 Volkswagen 7-|  Van, 47,500 miles, $3200,1 owner  lots of extras, radio, tnowchaln-  snow tires, 3,000 miles, locking  gas cap, extra set tires, headlights, Halogen ft more. 886-7538  #27  1969 Olds Toronado full power  and comfortron. Mechanical,  exterior trim and interior excellent. For sale for parts. Many  parts same as Eldorado. 884-5346  #28  1969 Ford 1-ton E300 Van V-8  302 STD, insulated ft panelled,  $1100.886-7728. TFN  1973 AMC Hornet 4-dr., auto.,  clean, runs weU. $950. 886-8347.  #27  Diesel Engine, rebuilt V671 dyno  run $10,000 OBO. 886-2886.   #26  1965 Chevrolet window van for  parts, body damaged but engine  ft all other parts la running  condition. Best offer or tow away.  885-5595,922-7362. #28  CONTINENTAL BOD  ONE OF A KIND  1973 Thunderbird completely  customized with continental front  and rear ends, special running  boards, custom two-tone paint,  moon roof, 460 c.i. motor, beautiful leather interior, all power  equipped, inspection by appointment only. Phone 885-5821.  Asking $3,500. #28  1953 Chev. 1-ton flatdeck, duals,  original. $2800.885-9575.      #28  1972 Dodge Fargo Van, W ton  slant-6, 3-speed, auto. $1,800  OBO. Phone 885-5631 #27  1976 Chev H ton Van 53,000 ml.  350 V-8 PS, PB, tilt wheel.  M.500OBO. 885-3400 #2{  1974 Triumph TR-6, 65,000 ml.,  mint condition in and out. Complete sound system. $4,500 OBO.  885-3313. #27  '72 Volvo wagon 4-speed, mechanically excellent ($2,000 of  recent work all bills kept) great  transportation, good gas mileage  $2,850 or best offer. 886-7728. #27  1972 Chevelle 307 V-8 body  fair, runs very well, all around  good car $1500 or best offer.  886-7572. #27  1975 Pontiac 4-door, automatic,  PS/PB, mounted snow tires incl.  Asking $2,200 but open to offers.  886-7937 #27  '72 Torino S.W. 71,000 mi.  Good body, tires, PS/PB, new  muffler, brakes, air cond,, very  comfortable, very reliable $600 or  best      offer.       885-5505.#27  Maxda 73 1800 SW runs very  well, new brakes, only needs a  fender, reliable transport. Barb  886-9741,8864126. $675.      #27  White 1972 VW bug, rebuilt  engine, body fine shape $1600  or trade tor van uncamperized up  to $3000.886-7955,886-9720. #27  1972 Montego station wagon with  business at $1200. Suitable for  woman or pensioner. Phone  886-277$. #28  Motorcycles  1973 Honda 450 DOHC, strong  economical street custom $950.  Phone 886-7891 message or eves.  #28  Campers & RU s  Mobile Homes  1975 like new 12 x 68 3 bdrm.  12' x 17' living room, new carpet,  8' i 16' covered fiberglass  sundeck, 4' x 8' porch at back  door. Fully set up and skirted in  Comeau's Mobile Home Pk.  North Rd. Can move in while the  paperwork's being done. $27,000  OBO. 886-9581. #27  coast mobile  Homos Ltd.  GOOD  SELECTION OF  DOUBLE WIDES  Consign your Mobile  Homt to us for  Hun/. 101  l,c,oss l,um Bender's  , Furmlurel  8S5-9979      Mourn  Coast News, July 7, 1981  mobile Homes  23  Property  12155 Este Villa, exc. condition. Waterfront   lot    on    beautiful  good stove, fridge, oil heated, Heron Is. Just Vi hr. from Ta-  carpeted living and dining room, coma, Wash, car ferry. Services  To be moved. $23,000. 883-2296 to lot. Offers to $25,000 (U.S.)  #28 Call Eileen, work. 885-5821    #29  wVS  SALES I SERVICE  Big Maple Motel  Davis Bay  885-9513   PL. MM  Trauel  Cruise to Nowhere - 31 July -  s.s. Universe - Vancouver to  Vancouver ��� have a parly with 500  friends ��� as tow as $195 U.S. plus  tax.  Hawaii Special - air - $398 Can.  Hotel for mln. 7 days $2.00 U.S.  per night for dble. with kitchenette, Kahio Village.  Getaway Holidays 885-3265    #27  1/4 acre Hotel Lake Rd. Rocky  ft needs imaginative person  design-wise, water on, paved  road nr. marina stores. $20,000  886-7955,886-9720. #29  LOT FOB SALE  Gibsons, Cochrane Rd. close to  beach. 65' x 130'. $45,000.  Phone 8864006. #29  You can see the ocean from lot  94 in Creekside Park, close to  shopping and clinics, all services  available. Vendor will carry most  of the $38,900 asking price at  low interest rate. 886-9411.     #29  ALROWC  SEWAGF    INMtMfN!  Perhaps we can service  that   difficult lot.  883-2269      885-5922  Marine  Motorhome for rent day or week  phone 885-3842. #29  17V4  Travel***   3-way   fridge,,  stove, shower and toilet, elec.  brakes, TV antenna, sleeps six.  $2100 includes 10" TV. 883-2606  #29  Fully furnished 35' Layton trailer  with tip-out, also has bath,  bedroom, furnace etc. $14,000  OBO. 8864363 or 886-8276.    #27  1968 Vanguard trailer $1,800.  Sleeps six, very coxy and in good  condition. Phone Suzanne at  886-8317or 886-8126. #28  Big boat trailer for 26 foot boat.  Trailer "Boter" 1974. Tiller,  canoe, new, 8 hp and T.V.  antennae. 885-9772 after 5 p.m.  #27  15' bailer, ��� stove - ice box -  sleeps 4, spare tire needs some  Madoc-Jones 886-9027. #27  For Sale 30 ft. deluxe Terry  travel trailer, only used 2 months  by non-smokers. Asking $16,500  or near offer. Enquire at Space 38  Madeira Marina, Madeira Park.   #28  TRAILER HITCHES  Reese,    Eaz-Tow   A   custom  hitches.  Call  Terry  at   Cant  tadastriee,  Gibsons.   886-9159.  TFN  '75 23 ft. Prowler fully S/C  sleeps 7, excellent condition,  17000OBO. 886-2886 #26  18' Sangster 120 Mercniiser A  Road Runner trailer. $5500.  Phone 886-2886 #26  17' Sangstercraft 65 hp OB  heavy duty tilt trailer inc. moorage paid to May '82. $3300. Ph.  886-2691 #27  14' fiberglass boat full canvas  late model 50 hp Mercury, excellent condition from the interior  with trailer. Ph. 885-5031      #27  12 ft.  fiberglass  boat,  needs  minor  repairs   $150.   883-9925  #29  20 ft. fiberglass over plywood  boat with cabin, 165 hp OMC out  drive   $5,000   OBO.   883-9925  #29  4 15" D. x 13" P. Props IM.  1 3/8 shft. $30 ea. 4 for $100.  Want 18" - 20" L.H. 1*4" shaft  preferred app. 14" P. 886-2861  eve. or leave message. #29  OMC leg bottom end rebuilt  tilt motor A clutch prop. $800  OBO. 886-7652 #29  12' aluminum boat with motor  $l,200OBO. 886-7877 #29  Log salvage boat 21' 400 cu. In  Ford 2-1 gear $5000 OBO. 886-  2886. #26  25' Tollycraft cabin cruiser  as Is $2500. Ph. 886-2105 ask for  Bob. #28  22 ft. 225 hp OMC drive trim tab  sounder bow rail A trailer.  $7500 OBO. Must be sold, exc.  cond. 886-9102. #28  AB Haddock Boat moving.  Licensed and fully Insured.  Hydraulic equipment. Phone 883-  2722 days. 883-2682 eves     TFN  16' Crestllner F.G. Runabout,  Roadrunner Trailer, 40 hp Merc.  Excellent condition. $2475. Allen:  886-9410 #27  '73 Tolly 24' flying BR 225 hp  LB five. VHP radio, trim tabs,  tea steps, bait tank, rod holders,  Furuno spr. compass winch  inch. tac. head, stove, sips, four  24T tandem tr. Both as new.  $21,000.00. 885-3579 evenings.  #27  MM ft. Cabin Cruiser, fiberglass  over plywood. Depth sounder,  toilet, stove, anchor with 300 ft.  'A in. poly, trailer, swap for 14 ft.  alum, boat with 10 or 20 hp or sell  for $1,800.883-9450. #27  HlOOt MARINE  SURVEYSLTD  Insurance claims, condition snd  valuation surveys. Serving the  Sunshine Coast and B.C. Coastal  Waters. Phone: 885-9425, 885-  9747,885-3643,886-9546      TFN  12 ft. double fiberglas hull  and trailer. $150 OBO. 885-3718  eves, till 8 p.m. TFN  19'/i' Carolina dory skiff for sale  hy builder. Epoxy-ply-fir-dynel  construction. Call 885-2454 6:00-  8:00 p.m. #28  19 ft. Grew outboard, many  extras, great seaboat and fishbolt  885-2346 aft. 6 p.m. #28  Excellent Daysailor "Surf"  ISM' i 39" leebbard, sprit rig,  simple, fast, fun $850. Phone  886-7891 message or eves.     #28  YACHT  $152,000  50 ft. customized yacht  mahogany and teak. Ideal  for charter or live aboard.  Have up to date marine  surveyor's report. For information call 886 7539 Joe  Warwick. Will accept trades  on Real Estate. #28  SPACIOUS-SECLUDED  WATERFRONT  Sloping, tidal, waterfront lots  selectively cleared, small boat  moorage, approi. 3/4 acre.  Located long arm of Secret Cove  $79,900. Phone Marilyn 885-9683  or 885-7532. #29  RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY  FOR SALE BY PUBLIC TENDER  B.C. Hydro has a residential  property for sale located at the  corner of Winter and Norwest Bay  Road, approi. 2 miles north from  Sechelt. Site 1 acre, subdivid-  able. For more information and  tender documents, please call  Mr. G. Kopejtko, B.C. Hydro  Land Management, Vancouver.  663-3291. #��  Prime waterfront home by owner  'A-acre-plus with Arbutus and  Pine. See the beautiful view  from this near-new 2 BR fully  modern home, quality carpet  throughout, master with ensuite,  Citation kitchen, 2 fireplaces,  finished basement with large  rec. rm. A 3rd BR A bath, hot  water  heating,   large   garage,  2 sheds, 18' round pool. 885-9032.  #27  For Sale by Owner. 1400 sq. ft.  home in tower Roberts Creek.  3 large bedrooms, ensuite off  muter bedroom, large family  room, carport and basement  workshop, landscaped 'A acre  lot, year-round creek. $115,000.  886-2556. #27  3 yr. old, 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom  home - new sundeck - closed in  carport, 4 appliances, walking  distance to schools and shopping,  some terms available. $99,000.  Creekside Rd. Phone 886-9067.  #27  FOR SALE BY OWNER  Lot 81 Creekside. Utilities at road  $36,500,886-2945,886-9478   #27  GOWER POINT  Half acre of high bluff semi-  waterfront with lots of sun,  trees and great view of Georgia  Strait. Vendor will finance at  low interest rate. $69,900. 886-  9411. #27.  73' 1130' building lot, services at  property line, except sewer.  Nicely treed, quiet area on North  King Rd. $42,000. (112) 943 4393  Upper Gibsons area. TFN  Half acre lot in Roberts Creek  corner of Joe and Lower. 886-7770  $49,500   1 level acre near Garden Bay  Lake. $38,000.886-9252 #28  2 bdrm. home, 50 x ISO lot.  fenced, near school, on Pratt  Rd.' Good starter home. Ph.  886-7968 #28  Lot 70 i 105 corner Rosamund  and Pratt, driveway in, cleared,  ready to build. $46,500. 8869102  #28  For Sale or Swap ��� 3 bedroom  rancher 3 years old.   $93,000.  886-7847 #28  Lot for sale in Woodcreek Park  with view. Contact Boi 23, c/o  Coast News, Box 460, Gibsons.  B.C. #28  LOT FOR SALE  Creekside Park: Lot 120. Urge  building lot with paved streets,  city sewer, cablevision, hydro  A water. Attractive assumable  loan at 14% interest $38,000.  886-8228. #27  Sechelt Village - bright, cheerful,  well-maintained 3 bdrm. bungalow opposite Hackett Pk. 3  blks. from shops A schools. F.P.  $79,500. Phone after 5 p.m.  8855530. #28_  Lot for Sale   fiat    60x125  in Sechelt. $29,000. Call after  6 p.m. 885-5490 #28 24  Coast News, July 7, 1981  Property  Legal  PRIVATE SALE  ROBERTS CREEK  WITH CLEARING ��� A SEA VIEW!  1/2 acre richly forested, gently sloping hillside just  off Beach Avenue. Halfway between store and picnic  site. Stroll to beach - golf club - community hall and  church. Judicious clearing will provide view - beams.  Firewood and your own 'privacy protective' tree  groves . All facilities, including cablevision.  (02.500.  005-5251  &*  3 Bedroom Home  1100 sq. ft. with Carport  $46,900.  Built on your lot,  including Fridge, Stove, Dishwasher  and Light Fixtures  WEKO Construction Ltd.  Box 888,  Sechelt  885-2525 (eves.)  886-2344 (days)  opportunities  New added opportunities for all  Shailee and Amway dealers  Phone 686.9014 after 6 p.m. TFN  Economy got you down? Avon  iffers good dollars, nice people.  >reat prizes. Call Sue Wiggins  886-9166, Helen Phillips 885-  2183. TFN  RoyalTrust  FOR SALE  BEAUTY SALON  Opportunity tu be creative and  be your own boss at the same  time. Well established business  with 4 fully equipped stations, 3  sinks with extra hookup for  fourth, 4 dryers, bin washer &  dryer, full bathroom plusslorage.  Located in modern plaza close to  shopping centre. Lots of parking  available. Vendor is mutivated.  All reasonal oilers will be considered. Call Elizabeth Raines  324-4621 (24 hours).  669-1022 RT-8 (24 Hours)  ItjflethH CCaBB wfoin help you beapt.  B.C. VuHun  Bianhet Classifieds  WOOD WINDOWS AND  DOORS I Lowest prices anywhere  on double glazed wood windows.  Walker Door: Vancouver 266-  1101, North Vancouver 985-9714,  Richmond 273-7030. Now open in  Kamloops 374-3566. TFN  HARBEL HOLDINGS LTD. Mobile homes located in parks on  pads. Listings and Sales. We  welcome all enquiries. Listings  wanted. Wheel Estate. Phone  collect. Lower Mainland Division.  13647-lOOth Avenue, Surrey,  B.C. V3T 1H9. 585-3622; Kamloops Division. 90-180 Seymour  Street, Kamloops, B.C. V2C  2E2. 372-5711. The Wheel Estate  People. (OX. 6747). rffFN  WOOD WINDOWS AND  DOORSI Lowest prices anywhere  on double glazed wood windows.  Walker Door: Vancouver 266-  1101, North Vancouver 985-9714,  Richmond 273-7030. Now open  in Kamloops 554-2058. TFN  Legal  PENDER HARBOUR  FORESHORE PLAN  The Ministry of Lands, Parks and Housing has  engaged MacLaren Plansearch Corp. to develop a  foreshore plan for the Pender Harbour area. The  planning process is now underway and the public i-  invited to be involved as early as possible in the  process.  The purpose of the Plan is to ensure efficient and  effective management of the foreshore resources of  Pender Harbour. The final Plan will be similar to a  land use (zoning) plan except that it will cover the  water area of the Harbour and not the land. The map  contained in the final Plan will display areas within  the Harbour designated for specific uses and  guidelines developed for their management. The  approximate area to be encompassed by the Plan is  that defined as Pender Harbour by the Canadian  Hydrographical Services' Marine Chart, "Malaspina  Strait" (Sheet 3535, April 1978).  The success of the Plan depends, in a large part,  upon the public informing the Consultant of  foreshore use issues that should be addressed.  These issues when coupled with information on the  resources of the area will form the basis of the Plan.  Several alternative working plans will be developed  lor public review from which a final foreshore Plan  will be prepared.  Individuals or groups are invited to submit their  observations and concerns in writing to:  MacLaren Plansearch Corp.  750 West Pender Street  Vancouver, B.C.  V6C 2T7  The consultant will review all comments and include  \ the public's views in developing the objectives of the  [Plan. The name of the group of individuals will be  f placed on a mailing list and they will be contacted  directly during the next phase of the process.  Notices will also be published as the process  ^ proceeds.  Province of  British Columbia  Ministry of Lands,  Parks and Housing  Honourable James fl Chabot. Minister  Village of Gibsons  PUBLIC  NOTICE  Take notice that pursuant to By-Law No. 321 cited as  "Sewer Improvements Loan Authorization By-Law  No. 321" the Council of the Village of Gibsons  intends to construct sewer utility extension to the  bluff area as shown and described on drawings/plan  prepared by Dayton & Knight Ltd.;  AND THAT said drawings/plan may be viewed  during regular business hours at the Municipal  Office, 1490 South Fletcher Road;  AND THAT to finance the construction of the said  works the Council proposes to borrow by way of  debentures a sum not exceeding Five Hundred and  Fifteen Thousand Dollars ($515,000.00) repayable  not later than twenty years from the date of issue of  such debentures;  AND THAT unless within thirty days of the second  and last publication of this Notice, not le.ss than one-  twentieth in number of the electors petition the  Council for the submission of the said by-law for the  assent of the electors, the Council may adopt such  by-law;  AND THAT this is the second and last of two  publications of this Notice.  Dated this 26th day of June, 1981  at Gibsons, B.C.  J.W. Copland  ADMINISTRATOR  foliage of jfeljelt  CONTRACT NO. 63.5.4  TEREDO STREET  CONSTRUCTION OF  CURBS, SIDEWALK  AND ROAD  PAVEMENT  Call for Tenders  Sealed tenders clearly marked "Contract No.  63.5.4 - Tender for Teredo Street-Construction of  Curbs, Sidewalk and Road Pavement" will be  received by the undersigned up to 2:00 p.m. local  time of Thursday, July 16,1981 and will be opened  in public at that time and date.  The work cbmprises reconstruction of approximately 960 metres of roadway and minor regrading,  placement and compaction of crushed granular  subgrade, construction of manholes and catch  basins, construction of concrete curbs and gutters,  construction of concrete sidewalks, construction of  asphaltic concrete pavement, construction of  approximately 760 metres of 300*, 450j0f, 600��r; 675  0, 750 0 and 900 fl storm drains together with  construction of miscellaneous appurtenances.  Contract documents and drawings may be  obtained at the offices of either the undersigned or  of Dayton & Knight Ltd., Consulting Engineers,  1865 Marine Drive, West Vancouver, B.C., on or after  2:00 p.m. local time of Monday, June 29, 1981 and  upon payment of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) which  sum will be refunded following the submission of a  tender or on return of the documents In good  condition within thirty (30) days of receipt of  tenders.  The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be  accepted.  Mr. J.M.A. Shanks  Clerk Treasurer  Village of Sechelt  P.O. Box 129  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3AO  Auto accessories  From the Attic  International  pewter marks  by Helen* WnlUnder  roneously thought to be  pewter touches - the most  frequent are the symbols of  the Tsars' and the patriarchal  courts.  Sweden  Exact content is always  marked, rosette under a  crown, master's initials. Small  touches were added that had  three   crowns,   date   letters  Germany Poland  Earliest marks date from Except for a few authen-  14th and 15th century with the ticated items most stamped from   i094   on.   There   are  town and the maker's mark, pewter products are from the definite  tables  for  Sweden.  Some  single   marks,   Augs- 18th   century.    Marks    are Switzerland  burg,   Nuremberg,   etc.   A St. John, an eagle or rosette j^e  |etter   "p"   under  a  3 mark system was used and and  each  depicts  the  year crowIli an-er 1700 figures of  the numbers 13, 74, 18 and the article was made. angels (3 of them together)  also dates.  Excerpts from pewter  Tin is a lustrous, silvery-  grey, soft and malleable  metallic element, relatively  indestructible as it can be  re-used to make other pewter  ware. It was almost always 1709 indicate  Saxon origin. Romania  used with other elements, for Numbers 79 and 33 were made Earliest are from the Tran- rjjj.A.  instance,   tin'  with   copper jnLubeck. sylvanian guilds dating from pjrsj pewtercrs were Eng-  formed bronze. Pewter dishes Hungary the 16th century. Marks are |isn settlers producing during  were always a fear as they Pewter marks stamped on the   original   town,   Brasov, tne   i7tn   century.   Earliest  usually contained lead. The jtems is authenticated from Cluj, Sibiu, etc. the master surviving pieces date at the  amount of lead was restricted the 16th century. A rosette marks and a quality mark. beginning of the 18th century,  and controlled but ran from 97 under a  crown  or the  ab- Russia Marks were names and/or the  parts of tin and three parts of breviation   FZ.   Work   with Peter the Great  - decree town. Tudor rosette with a  lead to 2/3 parts of tin to English tin was marked either 1722.  Items  were  generally crown,    lion    and    unicorn,  1/3   lead.   Most   pewter   is Englisch   Zinn,   Rein,   Fein made in monastery workshops later an eagle also a letter  marked   with   the   maker's Englisch Zinn and a mark of or in non-residential towns. "X"   -   (a   crowned  Roman  name, the town, the year the an angel. Words or letters in Cyrillic ten).   Small   deliberate   imi-  product was made and the Italy script containing the surname tations   of   silver   hallmarks  content  of lead.   Marks   of Very, very few items have and  Christian  name  of the were  stamped  two  to  four  quality began to appear in the survived and only a few had master. Often marks of the tjmes on pewter items. Many  second half of the 16th century marks. This area has not yet engravers who decorated pew- j,ems can be foumj in the  and by the end of the 18th Deen thoroughly studied but ter items and engraved their silver stamp books if you can't  century    were    widespread, most marks  seem  to come initials   are   found   and   er- find them in pewter books.  from the southern Tirol and  Venice.  History of Countries -  Austria  16th century - two marks on  products, 18th century a  rosette or an angel.  ULJISSIFIEn ADS  I here is a growing interest in  this category, the highest prices  being for headlights, license  plates and hood ornaments.  Don't just scrap that old friend,  strip it. The best finds are at  garbage disposals. If you don't  wish to participate at the  dumps, manv ���.lores are offering these item'., in Vancouver,  some to the point of collecting  for restoration ol vehicles.  Anyone restoring old cars will  pay top dollar if you have what  they need to finish a car to its  original state. Most recent  prices to date are for:  Old blow torches - $18,  clocks - $75/100. gear shift  knobs - glass preferred - $30  up, headlights - early 1900's -  Reo - $90 pr., Maxwell -  $200/pr., Cadillac - $240 pr..  hood ornaments - mostly  animals or birds - $25/60. In  Europe, any hood ornament  chromed and before I960 will  cost $40 and up, horns - brass  w/rubber bulbs - $60 average  price, hub caps-$6/15 for early  models only, Jack - Ford  Model T - $27 (no more  information right now). License plates - early ones bring the  most money and if you have  porcelain you can expect to get  $60 up. locks - brass preferred  $45 up, luggage carriers - for  mounting on running boards  (aiiyone remember these) $30,  Motormeters $50-60, Radiator  caps & emblem plates $9/20,  seats, sets, leather brings  highest prices, when synthetics  were brought in leather rose  drastically - $300, tail lights  early 30's - $30. tire pressure  gauge $15, pumps for tires -  brass preferred - $30, wrenches  for Fords - $12, for spark plugs  in cast iron - $25.  Cap College offers  Relatively   recent.   Marks  indicating pewter quality - 80,  95 and 99% tin alloys from People interested in taking  Bohemia and  Moravia  Slo-   '890 on- Stamps of the maker the Business Office Training  yjU,                                      were Japanese characters or Program   through   Capilano  Oldest pewter dates back to  Latin letters. College will have a chance to  1371 - Tdecree of Empress   Nethertands *������� "* P��W and see  Maria Theresa issued in 1770   First marks are from Gronin- the premises on July 7 and  made   stamping   obligatory,   gen in the late 15th century. July 29 at Open Houses at  Marks are - Probezinn  Fein-   16th century on were marked the Sechelt Learning Centre,  zinn and Zinn.                          with the craftsman and the This fall Capilano College  town. Marks are a crowned wl��   ��ffer   an   eight-month  China                                      hammer,  a  rosette,   rosette clerk-typist/bookkeeper   pro-  Oldest pewterware is from   un(jer a crown  and  initials 8ram that will train students  the   18th  century but  most   and small rectangular touches '��  work  in  today's  offices.  items  workers to be familiar with it,  students will take a field trip  to the North Vancouver  campus to give them the  opportunity for a hand-on  experience with computer  data entry.  The Open House will be  held from 9:30 to 12:00 noon  on Tuesday the 7th and  Wednesday the 29th. The  Business Office Training Program begins September 8 and  are   from   the   19th   sjmj|ar t0 the English silver since ,ne '"creasing use of     seats   are   limited   so   early  and 20th centuries. Stamped   stgml)s  with  Chinese  characters  or  Latin letters.  England, Ireland  Oldest marks were in 1348.  In 1564 the Tudor rosette  was used. The symbol "X"  was used from 1694 to the 19th  century. Small hallmarks in  sets of four were used, similar  to the present tradition of  goldsmiths' and silversmiths'  hallmarks, since the 19th  century.  the computer requires clerical     enrollment is advised.  Finland  Finland pewter marks were  usually stamped with the year  and the initials of the maker's  name.  France  There is early evidence of  pewter marks but only with  the 1643 decree of Louis XIII  were wares stamped with the  name and symbol of the  pewterer and stamped "etain  fin". In the late 1600's, the  date of the article, the name of  the town and the pewterer's  initials. From 1728 the letters  CE were added due to the fact  that the alloy contained a  considerable amount of lead,  not to be used either to serve  or to store food.  Summer  School  for  parents  Parents and everyone who  works with children, are  reminded that the deadline to  register for the week-long  workshop with Oscar Chris-  tensen and Clair Hawes is  Monday, July 13th.  The workshop has three  sessions: July 27 to 31st.  School for Parents - Monday to  Friday, 9 to 12 noon - $75.  School for Professionals -  Monday to Friday, 1 to 4 p.m.  $75.  Living Mid Working with  Teens - Tuesday/ Thursday,  7:30 to 9:30-$25.  This workshop is attracting  province-wide attention and  many registrations from outside the Lower Mainland have  already been received. Residents of the Coast should  register now to ensure space  in the class to take advantage  of this unique educational  offering.  Please call the College for  information at 885-9310. Registrations may be completed  at the Sechelt Learning Centre  on Inlet Avenue, open Monday to Friday 12:30 to 4:30  p.m.  685-9345  CAMpbell's  FAMILY SHOES  and  LEATHER GOODS  "IN THE HEART OF  PRESCRIPTION'  SERVICE  PHARMACY  DOWNTOWN  SECHELT"  12:00 Noon Saturday,  'PENDER HARBOUR CENTER  MADEIRA PARK  883-9414  Deadline 12:00 Noon Fridays  ^Classifieds should be prepaid and pre-written  Your friendly neighbourhood drop-off  points for GMff MEWE  Classified Ads  If   If  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING  Copyright and  Advertising  Regulations  The Sunshine Coast News  reserves the right to classify  advertisements under appropriate headings and determine  page location. The Sunshine  Coast News also reserves the  right to revise or reject any  advertising which in the opinion  of the Publisher is in questionable taste. In the event that  any advertisement is rejected,  the sum paid for the advertisement will be refunded.  Minimum $2.50 per 4 line Insertion. Each  additional line 50C, or use our economical 3  weeks lor the price of 2 rate. This offer is made  available for private individuals.  THE FOLLOWING CLASSIFICATIONS  ARE FREE  Birth Announcements, Lost and Found  No billing or telephone orders are accepted  except from customers who have accounts with  us or who live outside the Sunshine Coast.  Cash, cheque* or money orders mutt accompany  all classified advertising.  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE  NOON SATURDAY  ALL FEES PAYABLE  PRIOR TO INSERTION.  Pleat* mall to Coatt New*, Classifieds,  Box 460, Gibtont, B.C. VON 1V0.  Or bring In person to  the Coast New* Office in Glbtont.  CLASSIFICATION:  Eg. For Sale, For Rent, etc  1  1  1 ... _LLLJ_1._-    ...  ���  ���  i     "  i  !           ..       .-     _     ~                              JL  1  i  _ X   ._  ���  i  jjl!                                              j                               NO. 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Greek Latter  j  r  4  p  p  r  IT  W  IT  U  1  :  u  I  1  ���  M  M  ���  Police news of the week  GIBSONSt  On the 26th: A 32' aluminum  ' extension ladder was recovered. Would owner please  come in and claim,  On the 27th: Willful damage  was done to a vehicle parked  Four 16' lengths of alu- embankment causing a fair  minum  gutter  were   stolen amount of damage  to  the  from under the porch of a vehicle,  summer cottage on Gambler On the 30th: A 5-gallon gas  Island. tank was  stolen from  the  Pranksters removed a green, government wharf in Egmont.  mail box from the aide of There was a report of a rod  at  Gower  Point  Road  and   the road and left it standing' and reel stolen from a boat  Secret      Beach.      Vandals   in  the  driveway  of' Gamp tied   to   a   private   wharf.  Sunrise m Hopkins Landing. The tires of a new backhoe  SECHELT parked on Secret Cove Road  On  the  26th:   Retks   were were   slashed.   Damage   is  thrown at the large windows estimated at $200.  of the Gulf-Station in Sechelt. Thieves broken into a trailer  Damage is estimated at $300. parked on Warnock Road in  Police recovered a stolen Pender  Harbour  and  stole  1974 Toyota Corona within $150   worth   of   beer   and  two hours from its report of miscellaneous items,  being stolen from the parking  lot of the Driftwood Inn. A  Sechelt man has been appre<  scratched the- paint with a  sharp object.  On the 27th: There was a  report of gas being siphoned  from a car on Martin Road.  Police warn that offenders  caught siphoning gas can  expect to have their driving  licences suspended for at least  six months by the judge in  court.  On the 28th: A pack of horses  Drugs  and  weight  Joh*ShMkeBSc(Pivtnn.)  As mentioned in a previous  article continued weight loss is  achieved by changing eating  habits and exercising.  What about drugs? Take a  look at the label and see if  your appetite suppressant  contains these products.  1. Phenylpronanol��mhm is  usually found in cold preparations and a few suppressants. After many studies  the American Medical Association stated that this agent is  probably ineffective in the  usual dose provided (25 mg).  In higher doses side effects  such as nervousness, insomnia and nausea may occur.  2. Bulk Producers (methyl-  cellulose, carboxymethylcellu-  lose, psyllium mucilloid, agar,  karaya gum). It has been  suggested that the bulk-  producing activity gives a  sense of fullness. However, a  radiographic study shows that  a methylcellulose mass is  completely gone from the  stomach in thirty minutes.  3. Benzocalne is a local  anaesthetic that may cause  subtle effects on taste sensitivity or modification of  taste. In tablet or capsule form  there is no conclusive clinical  data in the literature to  support the activity of appetite  suppressants.  What about the prescription  drugs available in Canada?  While patients on diet pills  may lose a fraction more  On the 2nd: Vandals shot at weight than those not' on any  the windows of Chatelech pills, after a few weeks the  Secondary School with a pellet loss tends to decrease,  gun causing $200 damage. Side Effects? Dependence,  Tires were slashed on a rapid and irregular heart-  vehicle parked on Bow Spirit beats, increased blood pres-  Road in Madeira Park. sure,    headaches,    anxiety,  Residents of Sechelt are depression, insomnia, con-  advised to keep a sharp stipation, skin rashes and -  lookout for Constable Marv can you believe - increased  should he begin to foam at the appetite,  mouth in the course of his Remember there is no easy  work. Courageous Marv was w��y to '��se weight. Look  attacked by a mad rat last "ound ,nd HP how ">��ny  Coast News, July 7, 1981  25  week while cleaning his shed  and was viciously bitten.  We won't say where. The  Coast News wishes the fine  constable, who refused to  have his wound photographed, (once bitten, twice shy.,.),  a speedy recovery of all his  senses.  overweight physicians, nurses  and pharmacists there are.  If there was a bottle of pills  that worked would they not  have tried them?  Weight loss can only be  achieved by increased willpower, exercise, and avoiding  excess calories.  strayed onto the golf course handed in connection with the  and did considerable damage theft and the incident is still  to the grounds.  Last seen    under investigation  Septic tank maintenance  The septic tank in your depend to a large extent on  back or front yard Is a very the number of occupants and  2) Don't allow any vehicular  traffic over any part of the  they were heading towards    On the 27tht A large elk horn   |mportMt part of your home the amount of use. For the   disposal system  Sechelt on Highway 101  Vandals pulled most of the  plants out of a garden at  Creekside Estates. There is no  estimate on the damage yet.  On the 29th: Willful damage  was done- to a car parked on  handle butcher knife was out |, often neglected by average dwellings occupied 3) Don't plant trees with  stolen from a trailer in Ma- many homeowners. As a year round, cleaning should large root systems in the dis-  deiraPark. result, the drain field can be considered every two or posal field area.  On the 28th: Vandals da- become plugged and the life three years. If sludge is 4) Don't use excessive  maged the CB radio, broke a span of the sewage system allowed to accumulate to the quantities of bleaching corn-  mirror and a side window greatly reduced. Should a point where sludge enters pound,  of a carat Sakinaw Lake. private sewage system mal- the drainfield, the drainfteld  Cartwright Road during the   On the 29th: As a result of a function, it is the property will   become   plugged.    A  night. Thieves also broke into   complaint, approximately 30 owner's responsibility to en- replacement   field   is   then  the car and stole an AM/FM   cases of beer were  seized SUre that repairs are made to required.  cassette, speakers and boos-    from a group of North Van- get the system working again     c     ,AMtl ,    ���,���,.  ter-equaliser. Theft is valued   couver juveniles who  were ;���d  to  protect  the  public    SSlmtSS^SLJSSS!  partying noisily in the For- ���..,��,   public   Health"  In- Jjjgg JjjP*Jength-   .^^ ^^^ ^  at$500.  Report bj a citizen of an  erratic driver resulted in  charges being laid on the  driver of driving without due  care and attention.' ,  On the 30th: There was a  report of trees being cut down  illegally.  On Lower Road in Roberts  5) Don't use substitutes  for toilet paper. Paper towels,  newspapers and wrappings  may not decompose in the  tank.  6) Don't use plastic or other  poise Bay Campsite  $300 worth of mechanic's  tools were stolen from a  vehicle in Egmont.  A black Hiawatha bicycle,  motocross style, valued at  $170, was stolen from the  government dock at Sechelt.  An older model Toyota was  specters can order that corrections be made should sewage  include the following:  effluent pond on the owner's      1) Don't permit roof water,  property or escape onto neigh- storm water, surface water  bouring lands. or  foundation   drainage  to  The frequency of sludge discharge into the tank or  removal from a septic tank will onto the tile field.  drainfield area for landscaping  purposes.  7) Do use water sparingly.  Finally, make sure that you  know where your septic tank  system is located.  Creek,    someone    replaced' stolen from Trout Lake.  It  valuable  tires  and  braking was later recovered on a dirt  equipment on a bicycle with road off North West Bay Road  P     ���' TUioimc rnllaA *fta> flat* rlnuin  ar  cheaper ones  "SNEAK"!  is looking for a good home. Her spaying has  been paid for, so she's just waiting for  someone to take her home. She also has  several friends already spayed, eager for new  homes too.  H  Call the SPCA at 886-7713  A  GIBSONS  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  for prompt, courteous & efficient  service during the construction of their  new home.  The selection & prices were  equal to or better than  Vancouver's!  .,!.,.,     l'i|l|S|l|.  ||���!   I.|ll  capilano  college  Include Cap  in Your Plans  this Fall  Fall 1981 At Sechelt  Business Management 184-71 Accounting I-4.S credits  Pat: $54. Monday and Wednesday evenings 7 to 10 pm  Starting Monday September 14th  * Instructor: Bruce Moseley  Location: Sechelt Learning Centre  An Introduction to basic accounting principles and procedures  Including the recording of transactions, and adjustments in basic  accounting records. The student will prepare financial statements  for the proprietorship and will study, in detail, the accounting and  reporting of cash, accounts receivable, merchandise inventory and  long-lived assets. Transferable to SFU and U. Vic. UBC to be determined.  Education 156-71 Human Growth and Development  3 credits Fat: $38. Thursday evenings 6 to 10 pm.  Starting Thursday September 17th  Instructor: Lois' Rennie  Location: Sechelt Learning Centre  The second half of a two-part sequence. A study of human growth  and development from birth to the end of the pre-school years.  An introductory study of theories, principles of development and  child study technique.  Psychology 100-71 Introduction to Psychology  3 credits Pee: $36. Wednesday evenings 6 to 10 pm.  Starting Wednesday September 16th  Instructor: Judy Albert  Location: Sechelt Learning Centre  A course designed to introduce the beginning psychology student  to some of the major concepts and approaches necessary to an  understanding of human behaviour from a psychologies! perspective.  Topics covered Include learning, development, motivation, emotion,  stress, sexuality, personality theory, behaviour disorders.  Transferable to SFU. UBC, and U. Vic.  VOCATIONAL COUR8E8 TO BE ANNOUNCED  AT A LATER DATE  CREDIT FREE EDUCATION:  WATCH FOR OUR FALL TERM TIMETABLE  MAIL REGISTRATION FOR NORTH SHORE,  HOWE SOUND, AND 8ECHELT RESIDENTS  OR RETURNING STUDENTS  August 4th to 21st  Registration forms available at the  Sechelt Learning Centre, 1360 Inlet Avenue.  SECHELT LEARNING CENTRE HOURS:  PLEASE NOTE CHANGE IN HOURS  12:30 pm. to 4:30 pm., Monday to Friday 'til  August 4th.  Starting August 4th, 12:30 pm. to 7 pm.  Monday to Friday Coast News, July 7, 1981  : Braaiav J B�����,0  The beach beside Gibsons Wharf was unusually busy last Saturday, July 4 as these boat owners took advantage of exceptional  weather and the lowest tides of the year to take care of some of their marine chores.  Desperate situation  Acute rental shortage in Gibsons  by Vene Pamell  "There is a desperate situation in this community regarding the  terrible shortage of rental accommodation," Alderman Bill Edney  stated at the monthly planning meeting of Gibsons Council.  "People need financial help to pay off their mortgages, so it  seems the legalizing of suites in private homes would do much to  alleviate the situation," said Edney.  Mayor Lorraine Goddard stated that she objects to suites in  private residential areas because the families who choose to live in  a residential zone should be protected.  "Although I recognize that the rental situation is critical at the  moment, 1 can see that a duplex type of home may require a larger  lot and parking space for another family, which could create more  difficulties on Gibsons streets, where there is already a parking  problem," stated Goddard.  Planner Rob Buchan pointed out that illegal suites already exist  Terry remembered nationwide  in Gibsons and they are necessary because no new apartment  buildings are planned and the rental situation is steadily  worsening.  "Developers simply aren't planning any apartment units,  because there has been a lack of government incentive to build  that type of accommodation," said Buchan.  Alderman Bill Edney suggested that all suites should be  registered with the village so that adequate supervision of existing  suites could be maintained by the building inspector.  "In that way, certain residential zones, such as R-l could be  kept as single family areas and R-2 and R-3 could be considered  lor rental suites, if lot sizes and parking are considered adequate."  Mayor Goddard stated that "the day would be hastened when  sewage demands would increase within the village, without the  necessary charges to lean on to upgrade the system when that  becomes necessary," and suggested that the rental discussion be  tabled until the next planning meeting.  Terry Fox memorial services held  A small, intimate, deeply personal memorial service for Terry  Fox was held Thursday afternoon at St. Bartholomew's church in  Gibsons.  Archdeacon J. Whittles conducted the interdenominational  service. Mr. W.R.F. Seal of the Cancer Society gave the eulogy  and Captain Cameron of the Salvation Army shared personal  memories of Terry with the congregation.  Similar services were held throughout the community, the  province and the country as the nation paid its respects to the  memory of Terry Fox.  Parks  study  mm  Continued front Page Seventeen,  of useless land dedications  which we cannot sell," said Lee,  referring to the 5% park  dedications presently required  in subdivision plans.  Lee stated that the parks  study recommendations will be  studied by the regional board  and as parks chairman, he will  carry out the wishes of the  board.  The final recommendation  by Lefeaux "that copies of this  study be given wide distribution and comments solicited  from citizens on the understanding that an Official Parks  Plan will be prepared and  adopted within 60 days by the  SCRD, based on the study  recommendations", has already been ignored.  The parks study was submitted in January and the  parks committee meeting on it  was held in June. Copies ol the  study arc available for $5 at the  SCRD offices but so far there  are no plans to hold a public  meeting for input on the study  recommendations.  "I included that final recommendation so that the  study wouldn't be put on the  shelf and forgotten." said  Lefeaux. "What we need is  1,000 Helen Dawes pounding  on the door of the SCRD  insisting on action. The only  way anything will happen is for  someone to get excited about  parks and recreation, before it  is too late and all the good land  is no longer available."  COAST CARPET CARE  CARPET a UPHOLSTERV CLQUIINB  Serving the Sunshine Coast  Langdale to Powell River  GRAND  OPENING  SUMMER SPECIAL  Using the New  Revolutionary  / special \  $   *59.m   |  s  will clean ^  living room  dining room     rS  ���,����riS;|te  mm  mm  method  Recommended by  Canada's leading carpet  manufacturers as  Bonus  -1 Bedroom  FREE with Special  I  If completly emptied  "THE BEST"  Why Is this method better?  BEIGE SCULPTURED  JUTE BACKED  CARPET  Reg. $15.95 sq. yd.  TO CLEAR  ���5.95 aq. yd.  SECHELT  CARPET CORNER  (Next to Benners)  885-5315  NO SHAMPOO  Carpet atay  cleaner lonojer  NO STEAM  '. leavea no levMMv'.  FAST  and  QUIET  GUARANTEE*  No damage, shrinkage  or apUt seams  NO BRUTAL  BRUSHING  I   ...'���':.  REMOVES  DIFFICULT  STAINS  NO MATTING  OR  MILDEWING  CARPET  DRIES IN  1-2HOURS  Residential & Commercial  special until July 31  phone (collect) Powell River      485-2189  flTZSEEALD'S  Overlooking the Sea  And here are  just a few selections  from each of our menus  ���^(breakfast Jch���  To begin your day, French Toast, Omelettes with various  fillings, or eggs with ham, bacon or sausage prepared  however you like.  To round out lunch or dinner, or just for a snack any time of  day...  APPETIZERS  Royal Shrimp Cocktail $5.25       Scampis Criolo      $5.25  Coquille St. Jacques     $5.25       Escargots Maison  $4.50  Pati Maison  $5.25  Caprichosa Salad  for one $3.15  for two $5.55  SALADS  Chefs Salad  $1.90  Caesar Salad  for one $3.30  for two $5.80  SOUPS  French Onion Soup $2.25 Minestroni Soup $2.25  Soup Maison $1.95  ���^luncheon}**���  SANDWICHES  Cold Roast Beef $2.75 Club House $3.95  Bacon, Lettuce & Tomato $2.75  The following are among those available for take-out service  throughout the day...  Lasagna Siciliana $6.25  Alvards Burger Two patties in  home made bun, egg, tomato, lettuce,  and chefs special sauce. $3.50  Golden French Fries $1.10  �����^ENTREES}eH���  Fresh Ocean Fish of the Day  Our Chef Alvaro's Special $9.95  Fitzgerald's Special Seafood Platter  "recommended for two persons" $23.95  La Paella a la Valenciana  delightful combination of seafood, chicken, clams and  saffron rice with peppers, tomatoes and olives $12.25  Original French Pepper Steak Napoleon  flamb�� in red wine, cognacs with green peppers $15.55  Chicken Cafreal-Afro  our Chef Alvaro's special, grilled in seasoned marinara  sauce with wines and brandies $10.95  ���Hj(AND LATERjjt*^  Assorted desserts and espresso cafes await you...  Crepes Suzettes tor one $3.65     Les Plateaus Maison  tot two $6.65       Homemade pastry $2.20  Homemade Spumoni  $2.75  Located on Marine Drive in lower Gibsons  Tuesday - Sunday  Open 7 a.m. -11 p.m.  'til midnight on weekends  886-2888        ^ I 'Silrish'ite CoasT Realtor, July 10, 1981  Alexander Realty Ltd.  P.O. Box 153, Madeira Park,  883-2491 or 883-2212        B.C. V0N2H0  LUXURY TOWNHOUSES - OVERLOOKING BEAUTIFUL SECRET COVE: Featur  ing 1600 sq. ft. ol living area, 3 bedrms, spacious  living room with fireplace, full range of  appliances, large sundecks. Plus each home  offers breathtaking views, lull privacy and the  option of reserved moorage at the marina  below. Hurry and be among fhe lucky few to  enjoy the fabulous fishing and to relax in this  unspoiled sportsman's paradise.  KENT ROAD: Cozy comfortable 950+ sq. ft.  home with plenty of room for expansion."  Located on a corner lot. Assumable mortgage  of $18,000 at 9'/4%. Appliances included. Priced  in the 90's.  GARDEN BAY AREA: Indian Reserve #19 ���  Lot 19 & 20. Approximately ':��� acre of land.  Large foreshore lease. Excellent moorage ramp  & docks in. Property approved for building.  $90,000.  BEAUTIFUL FISHER ISLAND AT ENTRANCE TO LEE BAY, (District Lot 4064):  has spectacular exposure and excellent deep  water moorage with dock and smalt building.  Salmon in your back yard. $160,000.  180 FT. WATERFRONT - DEEP WATER  MOORAGE - FRANCIS PENINSULA: 12  acres ��� zone commercial. Frontage on two  roads. Excellent potential. $270,000.  DL 6989 NELSON ISLAND: 2.6 acres,  furnished house near Telescope Pass, Over 300'  waterfront. Gov't lease. Excellent fishing. Full  Price $45,000.  PENDER HARBOUR WATERFRONT  ACREAGE: 2 ��� 4 acre parcels side by side. 300  ft. on the waterfront stretches from Hwy 101 to  waterfront. What a perfect setting for a country  estate.  LAGOON ROAD: Madeira Park ��� 1.10 acres  tidal waterfront. Close to school & shopping.  Well kept three bedroom home. Beautifully  landscaped, a gardener's dream.  MALCOLM ROAD - MADEIRA PARK: WILSON CREEK ��� FIELD ROAD: Level  View lot with excellent view of the Straits. Fully building lot, 65 ft. x 130 ft., in a popular area,  treed, easy to build on. $55,000. Priced at $39,900.  WHAT A VIEW!! A rare 200' waterfront home  with 2 BR in Bargain Harbour. Direct access  from Francis Peninsula Road with good  moorage and a spectacular view of al! of Bargain  Harbour. Approx. % acre. $220,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� ONE ACRE LOT WITH  VIEW: Gentle slope, frontage on 2 roads,  subdivision potential. Priced at $59,900.  GARDEN BAY: Excellent building lot. One of  the finest views in (his area. Subdivision  potential.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� RONDEVIEW  ,^'RD: A picture book setting of flower beds,  . shrubs, fruit trees and vegetable gardens. Enjoy  , * 2160 sq. ft. of living area on 2 floors, 3 bedrms, 2  V\ bathrooms, wrap-around sundecks, and top  m quality finishing touches throughout. This  l immaculate home is a pleasure to view and to  CORTEZ ISLAND - LOT 1, DL 861: 14.3  acres, 1800 feet level W/F with pebble beach.  Lots of gravel on property, Located in Squirrel  Cove adjoining the government dock. $180,000  TAYLORS GARDEN BAY STORE &  MARINA: is a well known and long established  business located in Garden Bay. Store, Marina  Gas pumps, boat facilities and other extras.  SEcriELT VlLUrJk. PftAsEft M6H>ft- \  TY: Rockledge is the name of this stately home  situated on low bank Waterfront with a private  cove and pebble beach. Less than 5 minute walk  to schools and shopping. Enjoy the things only a  vintage home can offer. Large rooms with hi  ceilings, rich solid wood finishings, huge rock  fireplace and a veranda overlooking the sea.  Anyone requiring a unique property should  view.  OTHER AREAS  GABRIOLA ISLAND - SILVA BAY: 1100+  ft. level waterfront with protected moorage,  plus 23 beautiful acres all in its natural state.  Road access, power & water on the property.  Ideal setting for a very private retreat.  25 ACRES & 3,000 SQ. FT. LOG HOME:  Pemberton. % mile river frontage. Superb  mountain views. Property cleared and in  pasture. Ideal for landing strip. Home is 1st class  throughout. Very private.  Art Alexander  883-2491  Vadim Kobasew  885-3156  3  Block Bros. Realty Ltd.  203 - 14th Street, West Vancouver, B.C. V7T 2P9  922-3911  GRACIOUS COUNTRY LIVING  This beautiful split level 3 bedroom |xtst and  beam home is located on 4', acres that truly  deserves to be in the A.L.R. The rich black loam  soil with unlimited spring water is waiting for the  productive touch, some cherry and apple trees  are already in and bearing. Some of the  home's features are: 3 fireplaces (2 enclosed  heatilator & 1 insert) with custom rock facing, a  combination rustic, but fully modern dream  kitchen and dining area which includes: built-in  stainless steel range, oven, dishwasher & china  cabinet, two full bathrooms, completely finished  family or recreation room, wall to wall carpets,  extensive patios, & sundecks with outdoor  barbecue, double carport with extra parking,  lighted driveway, landscaping & close to ferry.  Priced at $217,500. For more information arid  ortunity to view please call,  RARE WATERFRONT PROPERTY ������  PENDER HARBOUR  This beautiful properly includes 168' of prime  waterfront, an acre of landscape gardening and  a 3 bedroom 2500 sq. ft. home overlooking the  entrance to Pender Harbour. On the property  there is also a 60' float with deep water moorage  and a private boat house equipped with a power  winch and tracks for easy launching. Some of  the features in this fine home include: a large  ensuite with private sauna 8t walk-in his & her  closets. The kitchen is equipped with numerous  extras which include a Jenn-Aire range and  radar oven. Downstairs, entertain your guests -  in the family room with fireplace and wetbar.,  This property must be seen to be truly  appreciated. Priced in the mid 500's.  HBamJ  NEAR NEW - 1 YEAR OLD HOME  Centrally located in Gibsons, within easy  walking distance to all local amenities. Situated  on a quiet cul-de-sac in a hew subdivision, this*  affordable three bedroom 1240 sq. ft. home  features energy efficient thermopane windows,  wall to wall carpets and built in dishwasher.  Priced at only $96,500.  3 BEDROOMS AND A VIEW ���  WILSON CREEK  Enjoy the view of Georgia Straight from the  living room or the large sundeck in this 3  bedroom split level home. This home is  complimented with wall to wall carpeting, a  finished basement which may be used as a  family or party room. For the energy conscious,  the electric heat is supplemented by an energy  efficient wood burning stove. Priced at  $119,500.  SANDY HOOK VIEW PROPERTY  Tfiis ocean and mountain view building lot is  located in sun drenched Sechelt Inlet Estates  overlooking beautiful Porpoise Bay. It is within  easy walking distance to sandy beaches with  moorage & marina facilities also close by. The  property is serviced with paved roads, hydro,  water and telephone. Asking $37,500.  -AKE FRONTAGE  rhis large (o.77Ac) lot has 102 ft. of southerly  exposure on tranquil North Lake. This is a tease  Ic* with U years remaining on a 20 to 30 year  renewable basis. The property adjoins a natural  park and is also only minutes away from Egmont's  famous salmon fishing. Priced at only $20,000.  Vendor open to offers.  3 BEDROOM RANCHER ��� GIBSONS  This charming near new home is ideally located  for the young family, % block from school, on a  Cul-de-sac and with a $50,000 I3lj'\. assumable  1st mortgage due 1985. Features Include: wall  to wall carpets, double pane storm windows,  ensuite plumbing with walk-in closet, carport  with attached workshop, landscaping, centrally ���  located with shopping and transportation  nea/by^Priced al $97,500  BF5  MOTEL ��� POWELL RIVER  This well known and established operation is  highly visible and strategically located on the  main highway at the entrance to Powell River.  The location is in a quiet area with each unit  enjoying an ocean view. The property consists  of 12 well kept kitchenette units, a self-  contained laundry, 10 trailer pads which are  fully serviced including public washrooms and  coin laundry. Owner's office and residence are  contained in a 1981,3 bedroom modular home.  Also on the property is a 900 sq. ft. mobile which  is currently rented. There is ample parking and  plenty of room for expansion. Here is an  opportunity to receive a return in excess of 17%  on your investment. The projected income for  1981 is a gross of $104,000 to net $76,000 +  $16,000 for wages. Financial statements are  available to qualified purchaser.  List Price  $427,500.  Harold Jacques  Bruce McKinnon  885-9023  DAVIS BAY  Ideal starter or retirement home. This  renovated 1141 sq. fl. 2 bedroom home is  located on a large corner lot. The property may  be subdivided into two separate lots, one with a  beautiful ocean view. The home is situated  amongst a small but prolific fruit orchard. The  home features: Ground level entrance, wall to  wall carpets, thermopane windows, all  appliances, plus a new 28 x 18 wired workshop.  Owner must sell this beautiful property and will  consider all reasonable cash offers. Priced to  sell al only $137,500.  HOBBY FARM ��� ROBERTS CREEK  Situated on 4.92 acres, this property affords ,  total privacy, a 800 sq. ft. home as well as a  quaint guest cottage. The entire property is  fenced and has numerous fruit bearing trees.  Approximately half of the property is developed  and draws its water from the new irrigation  system and creek which flows through the  property. Also included in the sale price is a near  new Sears 19.9 hp tractor with all accessories.  Priced at $187,500.  NEPTUNE STREET ��� $112,500  This attractive 1% year old 3 bedroom home is  situated on a large 93 x 120 lot and is within  minutes of all the amenities of Sechelt village.  This home features a double carport, wall to  wall carpeting and full ensuite. The full  basement has been set up as a workshop and  would be ideal for the home craftsman. The  electric heat is supplemented with an Acorn  wood burning stove, and all the windows are  energy conserving thermopane. Appliances  included in the sale are the washer/dryer and  dishwasher,  H-499-766  Mobile Phone Sechelt Sunshine Coast Realtor. July 10, 1981  Box 100  Madeira Park,  B.C.  883-2233  | Olli Sladey  % REALTY  LTD,  HOMES  MADEIRA PARK - 3 BR Gothic arch home  on Front Road. Separate garage, sauna, paved  driveway. Purchase price includes acorn  fireplace, 5 appliances and some furniture.  $84,500  GARDEN BAY - NewTBR rancher, stil  under construction, on Hotel Lake Crescent.  Contains 1159+ sq. ft., plus carport. Can be  bought as is, or owners will finish it for the full  price of $95,000.  CARPENTER'S SPECIAL AND 2 LOTS -  small 2 BR home and adjoining lot on Francis  Peninsula Road, Madeira Park. Some remodelling has been done, but there's still plenty to do.  Asking $79,500.  MADEIRA PARK - 3 BR rancher, approx,  1,28�� sq. ft. with attached carport. 1^  bathrooms. Located on % acre lot on Lagoor  Road. Just a short walk to shopping centre  3chool & post office. $120,000-  f  WATERFRONT j  HOMES      I  Mwnbor ol Mulllplo Lilting Srvlc* .  I WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE i  PENDER HARBOUR  ADJOINING SUBDIVISION DEVELOPMENT ACREAGES  ��� 40+ acres overall  ��� 1,3201 it. waterfront  ��� Zoned R3L (quarter acre lots)  ��� Preliminary roads & water mains installed for  first phase of 23 lots.  ��� 2 drilled wells  ��� Float & dock (need repairs)  $745,000  ��� 35i acres overall  ��� 1,700+ ft. tidal waterfront  ��� Zoned R3L (quarter acre lots)  $380,000  EGMONT -Approx. 3.8acres with approx. 550  ft. low bank waterfront. Float, launching ramp  & log dump. Considerable land development  done by owner. $210,000.  LOT 21 - Elliot Road, Garden Bay Lake.  Large recreational lot, treed, driveway & 2  campsites cleared. 300 ft. from good swimming  on Garden Bay^k^ $37380,  LOT 27 ��� Lee Bay Road, Irvine's Landing.!  Nicely treed level lot in a new subdivision,||  serviced with sewer, water & hydro. Good s  and a nossible view. MLS. $47,000.  LOT 68 - Hotel Lake Road - this steep and  rocky lot could be a real challenge, but it's nice  and large and the price is low. $22,000.  LOT 61 ��� Panorama Drive, Garden Bay  Estates. One of the best lots in this choice  subdivision $47,500.  LOT 20 - Deller Road, Garden Bay. Large  panoramic view lot with level access from Deller  Road. MLS $37,500.  LOT 16 ��� Pender Lake Properties ��� large view  lot with 148+ ft. frontage on Hotel Lake Road.  Serviced with hydro & water. Southerly  exj3csureJ351900^^_^_|^^_^^  LOT 73 - Hotel Lake Road. Choice, large1  treed lot in Pender Lakes Properties. $38,500.  LOT 23 ��� Earl Cove ��� enjoy the view from  this large, nearly level lot with very little clearing  | required. $32,500.  toTS^JTkM^Garden Bay Estates. These  are the 2 best view lots left in Pender Harbour's  finest subdivision. Both have good harbour  views and southwesterly exposure. Lot 66 has  a driveway and a cleared building site. Lot 67  has a septic tank and drainfield already installed.  $53,500 each.  ISLANDS  JUNCTION ISLAND-C  this beautiful 18 acre island located in St.  Vincent Bay, Jervis Inlet. Excellent sheltered  moorage, numerous choice building sites. Only  15 minutes by fast boat from Earls Cove or  Egmont. The price for this one third interest is  only 3139,500.  tNS ISLAND ��� approx. 26 acre  with sheltered moorage. Located in False Bay,  Lasqueti Island. $800,080.  <mm  Coast to Coast  Real Estate Service  rOFINO' INLET- 44* acres island in  sheltered Island Cove near Long Beach,  Vancouver Island. Many good building sites,  timber, nice cove with beach. An excellent buy  lor $250,000  Toll Free From |  Vancouver:  689-7623  MOBILE  HOMES  [MADEIRA PARK - Large choice" Harbour!  view lot on Dogwood Dr. with partially  furnished 6V x 12' Nor'Western mobile home  with   7  x  23'  covered  porch.   Immediate  |>c��eMion^g|000^^^^Mii^M^^^J  ACREAGE  1  5501  mpl  entl  LOT 35 ��� Ruby Lake ��� 6.81 nicely treed acres!  with large year round creek. Priced to sell atl  845.000, 1  ^H  IRVINE'S LANDING - Seclusion is what youl  will find in this approx. 17.5 acres with al  comfortable 3 BR home and several outbuild-1  tags. $110,000.   KLEINDALE ��� 2�� acres of some of the nicest  and in the Pender Harbour area. This beautiful  property has lots of trees, lots of level ground  and several good building sites. Two homes are  permitted on this property and it could be yours  for $59,500.  BUSINESS AND  EQUIPMENT  Well established and busyhairdressing business  the only one In Pender Harbour. Located in the  Pender Harbour Shopping Centre. Good  steady clientele and lots of extra customers wlm  the tourist trade in the summer months. Good  equipment and stock. Please cal us tor details.  Mi  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149 OLLI or JEAN SLADEY,  883-2233 Sunshine Coast Realtor, July 10, 1981  ���WATERFRONT-  IHVINGS LANDING  Fantastic waterfront in the heart of the best  fishing and boating area on the Sunshine Coast.  Two small cottages and workshop on the  property. Mooring facilities nearby. For more  information call Sylvia Thirlwell at 8839963.  ttta.  WAtTHfHonTpArAdISe!  Ideal building lot overlooking exquisite Brooks  Cove. Almost 120 feel of high bank waterfront  with superb vistas. This property is located in a  park'like setting of pine, arbutus and juniper anc  is only a short walk to Smuggler's Cove Marine  Park. For more details call Bronia Robins at 885  JttiJ  SAnGTBoOK WATERFRONT  This very affordable waterfront lot on popular  Coracle Drive could be Ihe perfect setting for  your weekend retreat or to build your  retirement home on. Drive by and have a look.  For more information call Klaus Roepke at 885-  2314.   $69,500. ��659  MIDDLE POINT  WATERFRONT ACREAGE $785,000  First class investment property suitable for a  future subdivision. This 18.7 acres with 600 feet  of waterfront has a southerly exposure and is  zoned for '��� acre lots. This acreage is priced al  only $785,000 and terms are available. For  more information and viewing call Henry Hall at  885 2520 or Klaus Roepke at 885-2314.  ��641  **400* WATERFRONT $189,000**  Idyllic set liny in the heart uf Halfmoon Bay, with  a quaint two bedroom home, a liny cottage and  a 334 sq. fl. storage shed. Jusl steps across  picturesque foot bridge to the Halfmoon Bay  Store. The 1.88 acre lot has westerly ex|wsure,  .i spectacular view, and the tidal waterfront is  easily accessible from your front door. This one  of a kind property is jusl wailing for you. For an  appointment to view call Bre.nl Strad at 883-  9382. ��673  YOUR BOAT IN FRONT $223,000  Located in perfectly sheltered water. This  exciting log home is your dream come true. The  treedlandscaped lot blewM|turally with this  charming log hora^getlemh leads to your  own float/fiMw tMmplWTuwanek and the  charm oMMNbirilet. If you are looking for  waterfronf^ou must include this exquisite  property. Call Don or Rene Sutherland at 885-  9362. #642  200 FT. WATERFRONT $264,000  Spacious and gracious new view home in  Sunshine Heights. Beautiful deluxe kitchen,  sunken conversation pit off large living room.  Master bedroom features fireplace, Roman tub  and a sunny deck. Quality features galore!  Located on 2.9 acres with excellent subdivision  potential. Call Emilie Henderson at 885-5225.  #620  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT $105,000  1.56 acres south sloping waterfront on popular  Redrooffs Road. All services available. Upper  portion of property has perfect building site with  unobstructed view. Lower portion has 100 feel  of secluded Waterfront. For more information  call Klaus Roepke at 885-2314. #600  SELMA PARK WATERFRONT $105,000  High view waterfront with small 2 bedroom  cottage. Value mostly in land. Good weekender, good investment or a good site for  redevelopment. Call Frances or Syd Heal at  885-5693 or Gibsons Office 8868126.      #212  Use our Home  TRADE PLAN  6 other offices  to serve you  POWFII RIVfR  WiSI VANCOIMR  NORIH VANCOIIVtR  VANC B1IRNABY  lift* ASSUMABLE  FINANCING $1^9,000  Is included with this two bedroom waterfront  home. Situated on % acre of sloping seclusion,  Ihe zoning permits two dwellings. Conveniently  located in Davis Bay. Call Bryce Leigh and  arrange for the opportunity to see the view from  this home's living room. 886-8229 or 885-3295.  #586  BROOKS COVE $275,000  Located in a quiet sheltered cove on three  quarters of an acre with approximately 250 feel  of low bank waterfront. This lovely old house  with approximately 1512 square feet on main  floor and 630 square feet upstairs is loaded with  charm. This is a rare opportunity to buy  exceptional waterfront with development  potential Call Corry Ross at 885-9250 for  appointment to view. #549  GOWER POINT  WATERFRONT $185,000  100 ft. frontage % acre level lot with view of Gulf.  Easy access to beach - good building site. This is  a top quality property and will stand the  inspection. Call Don or Rene Sutherland (or  details at 885-9362. #574  WATERERONT  1 bedroom house on low bank waterfrontage.  Located behind breakwater in Selma Park. This  house is ideal for summer occupation or for a  starter. Leased land has 14 yean to run. Call  Don Lock at 885-3730 for appointment to view.  #542  CARLSON POINT  Make a waterfront wish come true. Recreational or residential waterfront. Only 5 miles from  Sechelt village. Across Sechelt Inlet from  Tillicum Bay Marina. This provincial lease lot is  the basis of a total package buy. Lease, boats,  home, share of dock, power saw and many  other items. Only $75,000. Call Gayle Adams at  683-9364 or Don and Rene Sutherland at 885-  9362 for full details. #704  EUREKA PUCE $135,000  Waterfront ��� View - Privacy - well-built cabin. All  yours for weekends or to live in while you build  on this strata lot. A rare opportunity for the  discerning buyer. Call Don or Rene Sutherland  at 885-9362. #682  DAVIS BAY - VIEW LOTS  Priced from $55,900 to $59*900  Drive to Top oS Bay Road  Agent on Duty Sat. & Sun.  from l to 4  OVER I ACRE ON  REDROOFFS ROAD $75,000  Georgeous trees abound on this 1.6 acre lot.  Within walking distance to the Welcome Beach  Access Road. There is a potential view and  hydro, phone, and water are at the road. To  view this property call Brent Strad at 883-9382.   t>695  ACREAGE-  PRIVATE RETREAT  Approximately 1.3 acres on Redrooffs Road  with good view potential. Gently sloped and  beautifully treed with huge Maple, Cedar and  Fir. Short walk to beach. $75,000. Call Bronia  Robins at 885-9033. #684  HOME ON ACREAGE $210,000  Super family home of approx. 1500 sq. ft.  (duplex potential) on 4.58 ac. of subdividable  land. Zoned for 2 family dwellings. Shaw Rd.  Village of Gibsons. For details call Marilyn  Strom 886-2307 or Gibsons Office 886-8126.  #218  THORMANBY ISLAND  ACREAGE $105,000  Secluded acreage with high waterfront and  western exposure. Water access via Vancroft  Government wharf. Good holding property and  perfect hideaway. Only minutes from Secret  Cove. Call Klaus Roepke at 885-2314. #671  SELMA PARK $350,000  Beautifully designed contemporary cedar home  situated on three gorgeous acres. Very good  holding property with possibility or future  subdivision potential. The view is super. The  home is immaculate with many deluxe features.  Call Terry Brackett at 885-9865 or Don or Rene  Sutherland at 885-9362 for all details.      #568  WEST SECHELT $165,000  Just reduced $10,000. Two bedroom home  situated on just under two acres. Present zoning  is R2L and permits quarter acre subdivision.  There is a possibility of five lots. Owner will  consider one half down and carry balance at  15% with one year term. Call Terry Brackett at  885-9865 for details of subdivision proposal.   mL  ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE     $234,000  10 acres of beautifully secluded acreage in  upper Roberts Creek. Partially cleared, grassed  and fenced. Can be subdivided into two 5 acre  pieces. Lovely 3 bedroom dutch barn style  home. This home is quality finishing throughout. Kitchen is spacious and very convenient,  includes a hot tub with a large deck also a one  bedroom guest cottage. Must be seen. Phone  Suzanne Dunkerton to view 886-8317 or  Gibsons Office at 886-8126. tt221  HIGHWAY FRONTAGE  Interesting 1200 ft. on the highway at Pender  Harbour. Total area four acres plus, cleared  mostly level and close to the harbour. Call Syd  or Frances Heal 885-5693 or Gibsons Office  .-8126. #233  ROBERTS CREEK $165900  1.90 subdividable acres in popular Roberts  Creek, close to beach and golf course and only  25 minutes to ferry terminal. Comfortable well  built home has Frontier air-tight wood stove and  double windows, to ensure low cost heating.  Vendor has bought & will consider realistic  offers. Please call Corry Ross at 885 9250 to  view. Immediate possession. #583  $275,000  Fantastic opportunity for the thinking buyer.  Located in West Sechelt. A rare opportunity to  invest in 40 acres of level land with excellent soil.  Home ��� Barn ��� Outbuildings. 7 acres cleared.  This property is offered for the price of a wesl  end home. Buy now for the future. Call Don oi  Rene Sutherland al 885-9362 or Terry Brackett  at 885-9865. #66!  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT $105,000  1.56 acres of south sloping waterfront on  popular Redrooffs Road. All services available.  Upper portion of property has perfect building  site with unobstructed view. Lower portion has  100 feet of secluded Waterfront. For more  information call Klaus Roepke at 885-2314.  #600  HOLDING GROUND $99,000  Exciting 3.9 acres in Ihe heart of the village. 600  feet of road frontage. Call Don or Rene  Sutherland at 885-9362. #640  ACREAGE PIECES  Two seven acre parcels in Tuwanek. Prices at  $87,500 and $169,000. Good possibilities for  development. Call Don or Rene Sutherland at  885-9362.          #632  PRAM ROAD ��� HOBBY FARM $225,000  A heritage farm house. Charming with three  bedrooms. Spacious living room and dining  room newly renovated kitchen in keeping with  the style of home. Located on 4.75 acres. All Ihe  hard work done as most of the acreage is in  pasture grass. 16 fruit trees large productive  grape arbour and vegetable garden. Also a barn  and a luffing shed. Close to all amenities. Call  Suzanne Dunkerton 886-8317 or Emilie  Henderson 885-5225. #657  MUSKtflfTOWNEVQtj  Sechelt Office  MNNTrNIW  My Mm w  Hetty nn  DilOraiMr  uytoAtam  Tartf Iftckitt  ltn km Hi-mi  Kiwi Rossis  Carry Rest  ���rant Strad  DouM faHwItnd  0m lock  trie  Jaaay HcCtarl  aibsons Office  htMUMTWM  MS-HM  MS-MM  MS-ISS4  MS-MS  SWUM  NS-SMS  MS-HM  MS-SMI  MS-MSi  MS-ttM  ���MSJtt  M5-SJM  Mt-mo  MS-SM7  MS-INS  MS-illt  Sunnnt  towwy t Mill  Patar Davidson  Marilyn Strom  Syd t Frutcu Hail  Rita Humnwl  Randy Wotltn  Barbara MacGmor  116-1317  MMISI  IK MOO  IM-2307  115-5693  IM-7070  II5-5S23  1167453  Member Sunshine Coast  Real Estate Association  COUNTRY ESTATE - ROBERTS CREEK  A very private 5 acres oh a gentle slope with  excellent exposure and Joe Smith Creek  (lowing through property. It is selectively  cleared but has some merchantable timber, the  home is a very spacious 3 bedroom panabode  Features include quality cabinetry, sunlight,  tiered decks and wood stove. Price $182,500.  To view this quality acreage call Brent Strad at  883-9382. ��M)0  RARE OFFERING $78,500  4.4 acres ol view property in Middlepoint, nicely  treed good slope ��� ideal building site - road  roughed in. Call Don or Rene Sutherland at 885-  9362. ��653  AFFORDABLE ACREAGE $94,500  2.78 well treed acres, with approx. 700 leet of  highway Irontage. A charming 2 bedroom  country home has a lisher airtight. Excellent  southern exposure and there is a possible view.  For more information call Brent Strad at 883-  9382. #663  HALFMOON BAY $179,500  19.7 acres with small cottage. This is an ideal  holding property. Present zoning would permit  three block subdivision, ideal group investment.  Financing is made easy with one half down and  the balance at 15% with a one year term. Call  Terry Brackett at 885-9865 for more details.'  ���626  HOMES  SELMA PARK $82,500  Two small homes on large corner lot. The larger  house has two bedrooms and a large sundeck,  the smaller one bedroom house needs some  work but would be an ideal rental or rant both.  Good location and great ocean view. Call Terry  Brackett at 885-9865. 1688  NEW HOME - LANGDALE RIDGE  3 mins. to ferry - quiet cul-de-sac location. This 3  bdrm full basement Jenish design is a must see!  Basement ready for your finishing touch. Bay  window in liv. rm. - sundeck too! See it now with  Marilyn Strom 886-2307 or Peter Davidson 886-  8400 or Gibsons Office 8808126. P.S. Only  $128.800. 11232  WKtSECHEL'T "$95,500.  Ideal investment in West Sechelt. Cozy view  home on well landscaped 1 acre lot. Zoning  allows 2 dwellings plus future subdivision  potential. Call Emilie Henderson 885-5225 or toll  free 681-7931. ��625   WANTED   BUILDING LOT  Quality contractor wants lot with  builder's terms. Roberts Creek or  Sechelt area. Phone Randy Wollen  885-5623.    Ihrdeutschsprechendergrundstuecksmakler  in Sechelt ist Klaus Roepke ��� privat tel. 885-2314.  ���fru���  CATALOGUE  AVAILABLE Sunshine Coast Realtor, July 10, 1981  M*t  ITTEN  REALTY LTD.  3 6KN MUSE -JULVii  2-4 P.M.   "J  CAROLE PLACE - (Jut off Vtttrans Rd.)  New 3 bdrm Rancher, cul-de-sac lot, skylite,  heatilator F.P. Asking $104,500. Peter'  Davidson 886-8400 or Bronia Robins 885-9033..  #422  HOMES  1,000 DOWN - BALANCE AT 15%  Near new 3 bdrm Rancher, sep. laundry room,  enclosed garage, landscaped and paved  driveway. $98,500 (Corner of Veterans Rd. &  Marion Place). Peter Davidson 896-8400 or  Gibsons Office 886-8126. #214  MARION PLACE - off Veterans Road  3 bdrm Rancher, patio in sun swept private  garden. Fully landscaped. Big paved drive for  your R.V. or boat. Pantry off kitchen. Peter  Davidson 886 8400 or Gibsons Office 8868126.  P.S. These all qualify for either a Gov't Grant or  Uaa��, #i  mnm nsw  If you like privacy and luxury, then you must see  this one! Three bedroom contemporary home.  Sunken living room, vaulted ceiling, double  garage, cedar decks. Situated on private .96  acre. Excellent location and a short walk to  Henderson Beach. Call Rosemary Young at  8868359. #203  WEST SECHELT-MINI-PARK $189,000  Need elbow room and privacy? Come see this  1,560 sq. ft. rancher on almost an acre. Zoned  for'/, acre. Two extra outbuildings 24' x 32" and  12' x 20*. Landscaped and treed. Call Jenny  McCourt at 885-2162.  REDROOFFS $101,900  Brand new affordable ranch style home on  Cooper Road. 1400 sq. ft. features three  bedrooms, 2 washrooms and large separate  utility room. Beautifully treed level H acre lot.  This won't last! So see it today! Call Emilie  Henderson at 185-5225. #607  DAVIS BAY CONTEMPORARY $249,000  * Quality features throughout.  * Excellent view over Georgia Strait.  * Close to beautiful Davis Bay Beach.  * Area of similar homes.  * 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, plus den or 4th  bedroom.  * Private decks off Master bedroom and  upstairs study.  * Separate dining room.  * Vaulted cedar ceiling, skylights.  * Electric doors to double garage.  * 2500 square feet finished.  Call Emilie Henderson at 885-5225. #660  SECHELT VILLAGE  Affordable home in Sechelt Village. This home  is within walking distance of village centre.  Good lot with gardening soil. Call Don or Rene  Sutherland at 885-9362. Asking $60,000.  SELMA PARK $32,500  Smaller two bedroom home. Oustanding view.  Only one block to beach and short walk to  village. Lease land. Call Terry Brackett at 885-  9865 for all details. #646  WEST SECHELT $75,000  Smaller two bedroom in popular West Sechelt.  Plenty of room in basement for further  expansion. Sunken living room, enclosed  carport and sundeck ate some of the features of  this cozy home. Close to elementary school and  handy to village. Won't last. Terry Brackett 885-  9865. #648   PRE!   CATALOGUE  AVAILABLE  WEST SECHELT $109,500  Large home in popular subdivision. 1500 square  feet on main level with (wo large bedrooms and  pantry. Spacious open kitchen and dining area.  There is also a % basement with a hook-up for a  wood heater. Also office in basement. Large lot  with potential view as surrounding area  develops. Call Terry Brackett at 885-9865 to  view. #588  VIEW CORNER LOT,  LANDSCAPED $89,000  Charming three bedroom home situated in  excellent family area. This subdivision has  underground wiring to allow your unrestricted  viewxif Sechelt Inlet. This home has large living  room, dining room, good working kitchen, lots  of deck and other features. Call Don or Rene  Sutherland at 885-9362. #575  SECHELT ��� LARGE FAMILY  SIZED HOME NEAR ARENA  Great ocean view. Features include sunken tub  off Master bedroom, separate dining area plus  almost 1,000 sq. ft. of sundeck. The basement  features extra bath plus large rec. room, plus  lots of room for expansion. Financing is made  easy with large assumable mortgage at 12%. Call  Terrv Brackett at 885-9865. #694  LOWER GIBSONS $96,000 MLS  New 3 bedroom home. 14 block from beach on a  bright, sunny level lot. Within easy walking  distance of all facilities. Excellent retirement or  starter home. Call Bryce Leigh 886-8229. #707  SELMA PARK LEASE $37,500  Here's a nifty 2 bdrm home of fairly modem  design. It needs a clean-up and some T.L.C.  This represents economical living for some  lucky retirees, Call Frances or Syd Heal 885-  5693 or Gibsons Office 886-8126. #217  BUY A BABBUNG BROOK $160,000  Can you see yourself taking trout from your  very own creek or picking apples from a choice  of eighteen trees. Neat cottage for you and large  barn cum-retirement home for your horses. Call  the babbling salesmen Syd and Frances Heal  885-5693 or Gibsons Office 886-8126. #213  A FAMILVBARGAIN $97,500  with 4 bedrooms and two bathrooms and about  1700 sq. ft. of living space. This has to be one of  the best available comparables in the same area  are asking $10,000 more for less finished space.  Take a look with Frances and Syd Heal 885-  5693 or Gibsons Office 886-8126. #210  SECHELT VILLAGE $104,000  Immaculate three bedroom ranch style 'home  only one year old. Conveniently located on  quiet street in the heart of the village. Brick  heatilator fireplace, cement patio off dining  room, skylight in bathroom. Total of 1310  square feet finished. This home will sell quickly,  so call today! Emilie Henderson at 885-5225.  EXTRAORDINARY VIEW $158,500  * Commanding view.  * Attractive 3 bedroom home.  * Large 100* x 150* lot (approx.).  * Close to ferry.  * Easy access to beach.  Call Rita Hummel 886-7070 or Gibsons Officii  886-8126. *216  A MILLION BUCKS  worth of location in this trim three bedroom  house. All on one level, well-kept, with nicely  landscaped lot, you can find this one in the heart  of Sechelt Village, across the street from a  lovely park. Easy walk to all amenities, A great  buy at $85,000. Call Dal Grauer at 885-3808 for  details. #584  RETIREMENT CHARMER $89,900  Here's almost % acre of level cleared property in  quiet Redrooffs Ranch just waiting for a little  T.L.C. The cozy 2 bedroom home is almost  brand new, has a nice floor plan, and is roughed  in for a woodstove. To view this home call Brent  Strad 883-9382. #645  GIBSONS VIEW HOME!  Ltv. rm., din. rm. & kitch. overlook Keats Island  & Howe Sound. 3 bdrms, 1% baths, wood  heater in basement. Rec. rm. & wk/shop too!  Handy to village, marina & schools. Asking  $104,800. Try $11,000 down - balance at 16%.  Peter Davidson 886-8400 or Gibsons Office 886  8126. #208  NEW HOUSE IN WELCOME WOODS  Beautiful two bedroom home on Southwood  Road, Welcome Woods with large living room  and heatilator fireplace, dining area, two  bathrooms. Excellent plan. Carport and across  the house sundeck extras. Asking $102,900  without appliances. Call Don Lock at 885-3730  for appointment to view. #658  CLOSE TO BEACH ���  MADEIRA PARK $89,900  Cozy home with basement on Bargain Harbour  Road, approximately one block to beach.  ���Airtight heater in basement, greenhouse,  garden in, good supply of winter wood. Located  within % mile of shopping centre. Moorage  handy in Bargain Harbour for your boat. Don't  wait! See this one. Call Sylvia Thirkvell at 883-  9963.   #678  BEsnroeraES   BURNS RD. ��� GIBSONS $125,000  Over 1200 sq. ft. of immaculate home on level'  lot and steps to nice beach.  * 3 bdrms (2 up & dn.)  * Lg. rec. room with Fisher F/P  * All fenced.  * Garden in.  * Beautiful fishpond.  * Paved driveway.  * Full basement.  * Quiet area.  For details call Marilyn Strom 886-2307 or  Gibsons Office 886-8126. #226  CLASSIC HOWE SOUND VIEW $92,500  Located high above Granthams on Reed Road.  Superb panoramic view of Keats Is. and North  Shore mountains. Needs some work but with  two bedrooms this roomy home could be very  cozy for a small family, retirees or someone  using it as a basis for rebuilding and expansion.  On large lot with some assumable finance. See it  with Syd or Frances Heal 885-5693 or Gibsons  Office 886-8126 #219  ENJOY  This panoramic view of Pender Harbour 24  hours per day. New construction, three large  bedrooms, three bathrooms, spacious living  room with cozy fireplace. Be the lucky buyer of  this fine home. Asking $139,900. For appointment to view call Gayle Adams at 883-  9364. #478  WEST SECHELT $219,500  Split level contemporary home. The ocean view  is outstanding overlooking Trail and Vancouver  Islands. Three levels with two and a half baths,  solarium, rec. room and heatilator fireplace.  Outside there is a bird aviary and 24 foot  circular pool. The property has been meticulously landscaped. Very private setting on  almost one acre lot. Call Terry Brackett at 885-  9865 or Don and Rene Sutherland at 885-9362.  #563  40,000 AT U%%. HOW CAN YOU LOSE  2 year old 4 bedroom house. 2 bathrooms, large  sundeck, fireplace, quiet road & lot is beside  beautiful Roberts Creek. The best part is the  price $94,500. Act now before it's sold. Randy  Wollen 885-5623 or Gibsons Office 886-  8126. _ #234  ROBERTS CREEK  Why buy a small lot in some big subdivision?  You could have a % acre sunny level lot in  centrally located Roberts Creek. Drive down  your own country lane, as you come into your  property, picture a Jenish designed home  snuggled in amongst the tall cedars. Owner-  contractor can put you in your own new  home with large variety of quality plans to  choose from. Come on in and create a home.  Phone Randy Wollen 865-5623 or Gibsons  Office 886-8126. #223  MOBILE HOMES  WELCOME WOODS 169,900  Fantastic southerly exposure from this three  bedroom Mobile Home! Features include an  attached carport, patio, decks and a nicely  cleared lot with an enclosed garden area. For  more details call Brent Strad at 883-9382J569  WEST SECHELT $85,000  Immaculate double wide home located on large  lot. Some features include built-in drawers in all  three bedrooms, large closets phis full ensuite  bathroom off Master bedroom. Large combination kitchen and dining room. Also large  sundeck. Very popular location. Call Terry  Brackett at 885-9865. #627  CHANCELLOR HOME $25,000  Two bedroom 1980 Mobile 14' x 56' located at  Cedars Trailer court. Pad rental only $85.00 per  . month. For more information call Bronia Robins  at 8859033. #677  MONARCH MOBILE - COMEAU  TRAILER PARK $38,900 MLS  This 14' x 701 two bedroom near new mobile is  already set up in a quiet trailer park. Late model  appliances included and vendor will carry  terms. For more information call Klaus Roepke  at 885-2314. #697  GIBSONS $27,500  Immaculate three bedroom mobile set up in  quiet trailer park. This home is fully skirted and  includes all appliances in sale plus outside  storage shed. Yard is fully fenced and nicely  landscaped. Call Terry Bracket 885-9865*654  INDUSTRIAL -COMMERCIAL & INVESTMENT  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  5.32 acres of subdividable land. Zoned R3. Two  family dwellings per lot. Potential view from  southerly portion. For more details call Marilyn  Strom 886-2307 or Gibsons Office 886-  8126. #222  FINEST IN PENDER HARBOUR $750,000  This marina and dining room complex is an  excellent investment both for return and future  development. Included are two residences,  three lots, water lease space for 17 trailers, 40  seat dining room, liquor licence, etc. Financial  statements with Don Lock at 885-3730 who has  all the details. #703  GROCERY AND TAKE OUT FOODS  Enjoy a view at the same time as making a living.  This grocery plus food takeout is available to  the family interested in store operation. Living  quarters are included in the asking price of  $225,000. Also, included are all fixture and  equipment stock at cost. Information with Don  Lock at 885.3730. #670  SECHELT COMMERCIAL  JUST LISTED MLS. Large commercial  building located on two lots. Ideal holding  situation. Owner will consider carrying on large  down payment. Call for all details on lease and  building. Terry Brackett at 885-9865. #706  MOTEL-DAVIS BAY $685,000  This 10 self-contained unit motel and 3 bedroom  home is located directly on the Sunshine Coast  Highway in beautiful Davis Bay. Please call us to  find out the full potential of this outstanding 1.20  acre commercial site. For more information call  Klaus Roepke at 885-2314 or Henry Hall at 885-  2520. #708  PRIME SECHELT DEVELOPMENT LOT  $100,000 DOWN, $175,000 ASSUMABLE  F.P. $275,000  Located on Wharf & Boulevard, only feet from  the ocean in Sechelt. Excellent opportunity for  CI zoning. The lot is cleared, flat and ready for  construction. The commercial potential for this  property is almost endless. For details call Brent  Strad at 883-9382. #647  Air deutschsprechendergrundstuecktmakler  in Sechelt itt Klau* Roepke  privat tel. 885-2314.  INVEST IN. YOUR FUTURE!  Few properties have this potential!!!  + Two rental units  * Central location  * Unbeatable view  * Minutes from beach  * Possible M.U.R.B. grants  Phone now to Randy Wollen 885-5623 or  Gibsons Office 8864126. #225  REVENUE DUPLEX $225,000  Superb investment, modern home style side by  side each with two bedrooms plus an in-law  suite. Rental revenue $1,270 per month.  Located at Wilson Creek. See it with Frances &  Syd Heal 885-5693 or Gibsons Office 886-8126.  #211  PRICE REDUCED TO $49,000  There's lots of potential for this large  commercial lot on the highway in Halfmoon  Bay. All services except sewer are in. If you have  some creative ideas and don't mind a little hard  work. This is the property for you. Call Brent  Strad for more information at 883-9382. #621  SECHELT $32,500  Well established pet and plant business, no  competition. Excellent main street location.  Low rent. Ideal opportunity for someone  wishing to be self-employed. Call for more  information Emilie Henderson at 885 52ft.  Use our Home  TRADE PLAN  6 other offices  to serve you  IMIWIil  HIVK-  Wl'.l v'ANi (HIV! K  N0H1H VANCOIIVI P  VANC  BIIRNABV  SIIRRI Y  lANCli ��� Sunshine Coast Realtor, July 10,1981  SECHELT $35,000  Large level lot close to the arena. All services  except sewer. Good location, Call Terry  Bracket! at 885 9865 or Don or Rene  Sutherland at 885-9362. #629  HALFMOON BAY $45,000  One acre lot with some view overlookin;  Halfmoon Bay. Water, cable, hydro and phone  available. Some timber. Call Terry Brackett at  885-9865. #602  EGMONT BUILDING LOT $37,500  Large .45 acre lot located on Egmont Road near  the water and close to town. The land is fairly  level and has some marketable trees. Hydro and  telephone are at the road. For more details call  Brent Strad at 883-9382. #696  BUILDING IN THE FUTURE?  1/3 acre in Welcome Woods. Perfect for the  couple who plan to build eventually, but need a  place to live now. The lot is a prime 1/3 acre,  selectively cleared, and has exceptional  southern exposure. The bonus is a three  bedroom, immaculately kept Bendix Mobile  with attached carport and tiered deck on two  sides. All services are in. The septic field has  been installed and the fridge and stove are  included. It's ready to move into and the price is  an affordable $69,900. To view call Brent Strad  at 883-9382. #569  THIS WONT LAST  Nearly \-3 acre of level property located on  Sinclair Bay Road, Garden Bay. Get your  permits and build your retirement home or hold  back for investment. .Asking $39,000. Call Don  Lock at 885-3730 for all details and lot sizes.  #668  SECHELT $49,500  Level lot in Ihe village. This fully serviced lot is  very easy to build on and handy to all amenities.  Call Terry Brackett at 885-9865. #639  HALFMOON BAY $39,900  Large lot over one half acre, well treed, septic  approved. Call Emilie Henderson at 885-5225.  #606  WEST SECHELT $44,900  Level fully serviced building lot in new  subdivision. There is some ocean view - easy to  build on. Call Terry Brackett. -    #664  TUWANEK $23,500  Lovely large lot with a peek-a-book view. This  lot with its tiny creeks lends itself to a very  interestingly designed home. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton 8868317 or Emilie Henderson 885-  5225. ,    #614  EASY LOT TO BUILD ON  Almost 16 acre lot in quiet Welcome Woods.  Level, beautifully treed and only $45,000. Call  Bronia Robins at 885-9033. #690  LOOKING FOR VIEW PROPERTY?  Here is one of the finest views on the Sunshine  Coast. Approximately % acre overlooking  Halfmoon Bay. Come! See! then begin planning  the home of your dreams. Call Eric Rudland  885-9857 or Gayle Adams 883-9364 now. #687  OVER \2 ACRE ON SOUTHWOOD  ROAD NEAR REDROOFFS $48,500  Absolutely prime building site on this .6 acre lot.  The property has a very gentle slope and is  beautifully treed. A driveway has been put in  and a site has been cleared for a trailer. All  services except sewer are available and the  water has been connected. To view this choice  ��� property call Brent Strad at 883-9382.     #686  BUILDING LOT  A level lot on Sinclair Bay Road, Garden Bay,  cleared and ready to build on. Asking $39,000  for this excellent lot. Call Don Lock at 885-3730  for more details.  WEST SECHELT $53,900  Half acre lot with view potential. Owner has  obtained health permit. Ready to build on. All  services except sewer. Call Terry Brackett at  885 9865.  -LOTS-  MARLENE ROAD $44,000  Roberts Creek - Marlene Road ��� centrally  located U acre, level treed lot close to beach  access! Partial and increasing view! Water,  electricity, just drive on and build. For further  details phone Don or Rene Sutherland at 885-  9362. #604  WEST SECHELT $64,900  One plus acre view lot directly across from one  of the best beaches on the coast. Owner has  septic field approval. There is some nice  standing timber. Lois like this are scarce so call  Terry Brackett today for al) details at 885 9865.  #618  BRING A FRIEND MLS  and buy these two well treed lots side by side or  combine to make one large parcel. Located on  Garden Bay Road close to Govenment dock,  marinas, and stores. Priced at $35,000 each.  Call Gayle Adams at 883-9364 for more details.  #691  VIEW LOT  Good view lot overlooking Madeira Park and  Pender Harbour. Owner will consider all offers.  Call Don Lock at 885-3730 for more details.  #667  VIEW ��� SANDY HOOK $38,000  Gorgeous view on sloped lot. New homes in this  peaceful area on Sandy Hook Rd. Call Jenny  McCourt at 885-2162. #710  THE BLUFF- SKYUNE DRIVE $55,000  Naturally landscaped with Arbutus.and  Christmas trees. Fabulous view of mountains  and sea, close to all amenities yet private. Build  your dream home and watch the world sail by.  Call Suzanne Dunkerton to show this lot in  details 886-8317 or the Gibsons Office 886-8126.  #230  WELCOME WOODS $48,000  Possibly the nicest lot in Welcome Woods.  Located on South wood and cloaked in a  magnificent collection of beautiful trees. Set  your house down and nature has already done  the landscaping. 100' x 170' gives you lots of  privacy for a small home or ample room for a  mansion. Call Frances'or Syd Heal 885-5693 or  Gibsons office 886-8126. #228  MLS. RESIDENTIAL "GIBSONS"  BUILDING LOT $44,900  Nice building lot on Stewart Road, with  potential view. Available services are village  sewer and hydro. Property has gentle slope and  old cabin. For information call Klaus Roepke at  885-2314. #681  SANDY HOOK $43,000  Beautiful view lot, well treed. Located on  Porpoise Bay Drive, Great location within easy  reach of Sechelt. MLS. Call Gayle Adams at  883-9364 for more information. #675  SECHELT $79,500  Large lot in village. Zoned public assembly. Call  Terry Brackett at 885-9865. #585  EXCELLENT LOTS  Two excellent lots located in Sandy Hook. Both  view. Level lot $35,500. Lot with driveway Ir  $42,000. Call Don or Rene Sutherland at 885-  9362 for details. #652 & 661  SEAMOUNT INDUSTRIAL PARK  Three side by side lots zoned commercial light  industry. Well located back from highway with  total frontage of 150 feet on Venture Way and  side access of 125 ft. Asking $37,000 each or  $ 110,900 for package. Call Emilie Henderson at  885-5225. #609  VIEW PROPERTY FOR $40,000  Yes, it's still possible to get approximately l/2  acre with trees and a view for $40,000. Near  Redrooffs and water. Call Bryce Leigh before its  too late at 886-8229. This lot, also, includes a  part interest in a waterfront lot. #571  HALFMOON BAY $49,000 MLS  Over % acre of trees and privacy. Call Gayle  Adams at 883-9364. #705  VIEW PROPERTY  PORPOISE ROAD $50,000  Sandy Hook lot, partly cleared with small trailer.  Minutes to quiet beach. Call Valerie Bayntum  921-8340 or Sylvia Thirtwell 883-9963. #650  REDROOFFS $65,000  Large level lot in handy location. Owner is  presently clearing and leaving some nice trees.  Easy to build on. Services at road. Call Terry  Brackett at 885-9865. #638  EXTRA LARGE BUILDING LOT ���  SOUTHWOOD ROAD $45,000  This 100' x 262' lot offers both privacy and an  excellent building site. It is beautifully treed, and  has a very gentle slope with south westerly  exposure. All services except sewer are  available. This property is an excellent value at  $45,000. For more details call Brent Strad at  '883-9362. #700  COCHRANE ROAD GIBSONS $43,800  Stroll to the beach or village. Nicely treed  property. Backs onto a park. Is flat and  serviced. For further details call Terry Brackett  at 885-9865 or Barbara MacGregor 886  8126. #698  PRIME VIEW LOT $66,000  Close to water, in excellent Caleta area of West  Sechelt. This level lot is ready to build on and  provides a commanding view of the Trail  Islands. Call Bryce Leigh 886-8229. #702  GOLF & FISH  Both are minutes away from this deluxe  property. This lot is ready to build on and has a  potential view. Don't let this one get away.  Phone Randy Wollen 885-5623 or Gibsons  Office 886-8126. Try your offers $47,500 #207  EXCELLENT BUILDING LOT     $48,000  Gently sloping, easy to build on, view lot in  lower Gibsons, there is also a small three  room cabin on the property. Call Bryce Leigh at  886-8229. #693  KLAHANIE DRIVE  Beautiful view tot in sunny Sandy Hook. Hydro  and water available. For details call Valerie  Bayntun at 921-8340 or Sylvia Thirlwel! at 883-  9963. #643  SUPER LOT  .41 acres of exotic rural splendor. Arbutus, wilt.  flowers, lovely view of sea. Very private and only  10 minutes from Sechelt. $59,900. Call Bronia  Robins at 885-9033. #622  BUILDING LOT $9,800 DOWN  IS ALL YOU NEED  Vendor will carry the balance of $39,200 at 2%  below prime. This an attractively treed lot with a  potential for more view in Halfmoon Bay area.  Call Bryce Leigh at 8868229. #674  THE BLUFF - SKYLINE DRIVE $50,000  Not just one gorgeous lot but another not as  large as its neighbour but just as lovely. Arbutus  trees, moss, rocks and Christmas trees. A  fantastic view of sea, mountains, stars and the  moon. Ask Suzanne Dunkerton to show it to  you 886-8317 or Gibsons Office 886-8126.#231  CHE>VPEST  Residential building lot in Gibsons village  advertised in this paper. Level 60 x 120 and  address is Creedside Crescent. Priced to sell at  $38,000. Call Rita Hummel at 886-8126 or at  home 886-7070. #215  SUNNY SECHELT LOT $44,500  Level lot ready to build on. Some nice trees to  string your hammock on & give you shade. As a  bonus you could have a nice view. Don't wait,  pick-up your phone now Randy Wollen 885-  5623 or Gibsons Office 8868126. Try your  offers. #235  PENDER HARBOUR $35,000 MLS  Large size lot within walking distance of stores  and marina. Nicely treed. Privacy and  convenience for only $35,000. Call Gayle  Adams at 883-9364. #576  ���HOMES-  Use our Home  TRADE PLAN  6 other offices  to serve you  POWill RIVIR  Wr SI VANCOIMR  N0R1H VANCOIMR  VANC BURNARY  SURREY  lANOtlr  STOP!  2 bedroom immaculate home is near Cedar  Grove School. Owner built 6 year old Rancher  boasts large 81 x 141 manicured lot and lots of  extras all for $139,900. Call Rita for further  details at 886-8126 or residence 886 7070*229  WEST SECHELT $124,900  Exciting new split level home on quiet street.  This house features 1759 sq. fl. of finished living  area on three levels plus an undeveloped  basement. The top level contains Ihe master  bedroom with private sundeck, three piece  ensuite and walk in closet'as well as two other  bedrooms and main bath. Other features  include fresh air fireplace, skylight, double  garage. Also assumable mortgage at 13%. Call  Terry Brackett to view at 885 9865. t>590  SELMA PARK  Charming small home on lease land, handy to  village, level Waterfront with protected  moorage behind the breakwater. Well maintained with a shake roof. Call Terry Bracketl for all  details al 885 9865. #601  POPLAR LANE ��� GIBSONS       $112,500  A delightful home situated on a quiet children  oriented cut de-sac. Close to stores, schools &  everything. 2 bedrooms (inc. master ensuite) up  with large Lr./Dr. and extra large kitchen.  Daylight basement below could be an  exceptional in-law suite. This functional house is  as neat as a pin and beautifully decorated. It is  well worth your consideration. So call Syd or  Frances Heal P��5-5693 or Gibsons Office 886  8126. #205  SECHELT OFFICE  In Iht Trail Bay Shopping Contra  Van. Toll Frat 681-7931  eiBsons OFFICE  In tha Lowtr Vlllaga  00041120  Van. Toll Fraa 669-7920  Member Sunshine Coast  Real Estate Association  HOMES  WEST SECHELT $149,500  Large family home in popular area. This Lindal  home features 2200 sq. ft. of extensive cedar  ceilings. Two and one half baths, large kitchen  and family room. Also free standing brick  fireplace dividing living and family room. The  four bedrooms feature wooden bi-folds and are  very spacious. Must be seen! Call Terry  Brackett at 885-9865. #666  EXECUTIVE HOME $210,000.  Elegant and well designed home in prestigious  West Sechelt. Partial ocean view. Over 1900 sq.  ft. of gracious living plus more room for  development. Custom built for owner so quality  is prevelant throughout. Two bedrooms plus  huge master with 3 piece ensuite and sliders to  covered deck. Elegant living and dining rooms,  deluxe kitchen with five appliances included,  cozy family room plus finished rec. room with  brick fireplace, ideal for an office. Washer, dryer  plus $6,000 drapes also included. Call Emilie  Henderson al 885-5225. #656  WEST SECHELT $199,5UU  True gardeners paradise! Over one half acre of  meticulous landscaping. Numerous retaining  walls with flower and decorative trees and  shrubs everywhere. Also wishing well, two fish  pools, greenhouse and outside storage area  with large storage shed. The large home  features, three large bedrooms, family room,  rec. room with bar in basement, double  enclosed garage, and large sundeck. There is  also stone fireplace, wood heater to cut heating  costs and plenty of room in basement for  storage or further development. Property  borders small creek and has a fine ocean view.  This home is truly one of a kind. Call Terry  Brackett 885-9865 to view. #649  WEST SECHELT $260,000  Beautiful level waterfront. Pebble beach and  prime location. This large Medallion home is  over 1600 sq. ft. and features fireplace, family  room, post and beam construction, two hot  water healers and three extra bedrooms. Also  carport and outside Storage area. This home  must be seen! Call Terry Brackett at 885-9865.  #676  GIBSONS $132,000 MLS  View of the water and mountains from this  contemporary four bedroom home. Convenient kitchen with plenty of storage and work  area. Three bedrooms upstairs and 1 full  bathroom and full ensuite in a large master  bedroom. Living and dining room are open plan  with a fireplace. The downstairs is finished with  a recreation room and a cozy brick fireplace,  fourth bedroom with a half bathroom, utility and  workshop with a separate entrance. Call  Suzanne to view at 886-8317 or Gibsons Office  8868126. #589  MODERN HOME WITH 3 BDRMS ON  UPPER FLOOR WrTH 1 ENSUITE. .LIVING ROOM WITH ROCK FIREPLACE -  $129,000.  Dining room, kitchen,and bathroom, complete  upper floor. On the lower floor there is a large  family room with wet bar, rock fireplace,  storage, workshop, bathroom, utility. Double  carport with wrap around covered sundeck. All  this and more for $129,000. Near lo marinas,  shipping centre and boat launching. Call Don  Lock at 885-3730 for more details. #543  DAVIS BAY -  COUNTRY CHARM $148,900 MLS  This charming 1000 sq. ft. older home plus self-  contained cabin plus double carport and  workshop on one acre," % acre zoning, in  beautiful Davis Bay is a must on your property  shopping*list. For moreinformalion and viewing  call Klaus Roepke at 885-2314. #701  FREE  CATALOGUE  AVAILABLE Sunshine Coast Realtor, July 10, 1981  W -Waterfront  H - Homes  A - Acreage  R - Recreational  F - Farms  t1  r  ���miimnwIRfllll  LET THE SUN FIND YOU... L 264  Relaxing on this 54' x 10' sundeck which is pari of a lovely 3  bedroom lull basemenl, 1248 sq. fl. home. Cooking out is no  problem on the patio just set up the bar-b-que then set up the  badminton net on the super level lawn. Guaranteed fun in  the sun. All this plus built-in oven, range, fridge and  dishwasher. Don't miss this one. Call Pat Murphy for  appointment to view. F.P. $110,000.  COMMERCIAL - SECHELT L249  Two (2) lots zoned commercial I. Ideal location for  professional . Lots' size frontage 100 x 132. At present there  are three residential units (all need repairs & renovations).  Can be income producing with just a little elbow grease and  paint. Good potential holding property. F.P. $165,000. Call  Pat Dahle 8855692 or Pat Murphy 8855171.  Bus. 885-5171  Box 1188, Sechelt, B.C. VON SAO  "Your Real Estate Hosts  on the Sunshine Coosr"  COUNTRY CHARMER L 250  * 4.6 acres  * Gentle Sloped Land.  * Dogwood trees.  * Fruit trees.  * Well kept lawns.  * Vegetable garden.  * Flower garden.  * Blacktop Rd. & Patio.  * Storage shed (metal).  * Garage.  Plus 3 bdrm 1162 sq.ft. double wide home in  top condition. And all this is surrounded by  a white pickett fence. F.P. $140,000. For  appointment to view call Pat Murphy.  MAJOR MARINA COMPLEX  Sheltered deep water location in busy harbour center. Rare,  large water lot lease plus 2.5 acres view waterfront property  with development potential. 3 BR house, 2 rental mobiles, a  beautifully equipped shop, and laundromat service building.  Aircraft facilities, dock side phone, water, electric service.  Optional lease back of all or part of the operations. This is an  excellent terms investment. Fairly priced with good terms.  $580,000.  FOUNDATION ALL READY... L 264  1.. acre lot with concrete foundation already in. If you're  looking for a building lot close to Sechelt with a view that can  only get better, here is your wish. Close to beach access that  leads to a very quiet pebble beach. F.P. $75,000.  ��� t ������ .  "SEAVIEW APT. WEST SECHELT" L 244  Here is a 4 plex apartment set in a very desirable area. Each  900 sq. ft. 2 bdrm suite has bts of storage as well as a  beautiful view of the Trail Islands. The landscaped property  also has a 1300 sq. ft. "A" Frame home with 1'4 baths, lovely  cedar finish inside. Large living room, single car enclosed  garage all this on approx. 1 acre of land. Gentle slope,  southern exposure. Great potential. Call Pat Murphy to  arrange appointment to view. $275,000.       "  SUMMER SIESTAS... L260  will be rewarding when you open your eyes and find yourself  in the best beach around. This Redrooffs Rd. waterfront  home is situated in a prime area. Gentle slope to a pebble  beach with good moorage. Approx. % acre. You like to  garden - well there is great potential on this lot. The home is  approx. 1700 sq. ft. with 2 bedrooms, a spacious kitchen and  dining area, an airy utility, and a living room that opens onto  a beautiful sundeck. And for the one who likes to get away  from it all there is an 11' x 18'6" den. All this for $170,000.  Call 885-5171.  GOWER POINT L 262  Cleared and ready to build. This 100 x 132 lot is in an area  that you're sure to like. Quiet, close to beach and to the  Bonniebrook Lodge. F.P. $75,000. Call 885-5171.  GOWER POINT - EXCELLENT VIEW L 261  This esplanade waterfront is on the market. The lot is 100 x  217, with an excellent view and just an esplanade separates it  from the waterfront. Call now. F.P. $90,000.  MEMBER SUNSHINE COAST REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION "P.T." Dahle 885-5692 Deirdre 885-5971 Pat 885-5171  MEMBER  SUNSHINE COAST  I REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION  NEW LISTINGS  SANDY HOOK ��� Large building lot; over 3'4 acre. Partially  cleared - panoramic view. $44,900.  Shelley Biddle.  REDROOFFS RD. - Gentle sloping lot ��� no drainage  problems here! Near store, launching ramp & Hwy 101.  Asking $45,500.  Jack Noble has details.  - MASON ROAD -  Even the basement has a view! Superbly built home on extra  large lot with immediate possession available. Many, many  extras included at $189,900. To view call  Wayne Salter  - TRAIL ISLANDS -  I Where else can you get away from  it all for $32,000?  Wayne Salter 885-5986.  - HILLCREST AVE., GIBSONS -  2 bdrm rancher. Level lot - 268' deep. Large garage/work-  shop. Offers to $72,500.  John Wilson  hb Q0RD0H ABENCIES ltd.  31 Years At Cowrie St., Sechelt  ROBERTS CREEK WATERFRONT - Level pebble  beach - great for swimming or launching your boat. Two  cozy 2 bedroom houses allow for revenue plus a beautiful  place to live and enjoy.  Call Wayne Salter.  - HALFMOON BAY WATEHFROrT  Fabulous smooth rocks - superb views! A unique setting for  a super one level 3 bedroom house with a massive stone  fireplace, step-down living room opening to the sundeck.  Southern view of Merry Island and beyond. $255,000 firm.  Shelley Biddle  - REDROOFFS RD. WATERFRONT -  A most beautiful view directly across to Merry & Van. Is.  from large (14'x22') sundeck. This Urge 2 bdrm home has  mahogany panelling in LR with attractive stone FP, and glass  doors to sundeck. Southern exposure with 100' road  frontage & 100' WF. Suite in bsmt is modern & has 3  appliances & FP.  Jack Noble to view  - WEST SECHELT WATERFRONT -  Watch all the action around the Trail Islands from this 3  bdrm rancher. Fabulous beach. F.P. $155,000.  John Wilson has details  PHONE  885-5891  Box 123, Sechelt, B.C.  - ROBERTS CREEK -  Retirement acreage - 9.4 acres of sunny privacy.  Meticulously constructed one level house opening to huge  patio and grounds. It is the perfect answer to the move from  a large family home - big rooms, sep. dining rm, 2 bdrms;  both ensuite, oak parquet floors, 2 fireplaces, built-in  vacuum. It's very, very nice! $265,000.  Shelly Biddle  - ILLNESS FORCES SALE -  of this well-located card & gift shop. Prime location. Fully  stocked. Renewable 5 year lease. Drastic price reduction to  $48,500. On MLS.  Wayne Salter  LOTS  SECRET COVE ��� Straight ahead water view from this  large, sloping lot. Serviced. F.P. $39,900.  Call John Wilson.  GARDEN BAY - 3+ acres - excellent building sites -  stream & possible view.  Wayne Salter.  MADEIRA PARK - 1.30 acres with potential view &  subdivision. Some timber - dead end road. MLS. Serviced.  Asking $69,000. Also LARGE TREED LOT - 99' x 425'.  Quiet area & serviced. Asking $50,000.  John Noble.  RUBY LAKE - Well timbered, close to lake. Asking only  $19,900.  Shelley Biddle has details.  PENDER HARBOUR - Waterfront - 2 adjoining lots  available separately or together on Francis Pen. Rd. Asking  only $79,900 each.  Call Wayne Salter or Jack Noble.  EARLS COVE - Semi-Waterfront. Fantabulous view -  high bluff - great building site & 15% financing for 3 years!  Call Wayne Salter. MLS.  WELCOME WOODS - On Dogwood Dr. Heavily treed,  large lot in desirable area. Vendor will consider offers.  Call Wayne Salter.  SANDY HOOK -Lot 102, Porpoise Bay Rd. Privacy &  view highlight this great, treed building lot. Make an offer.  Wayne Salter.  Lot 110, Mt. Richardson Rd. Superb view - large, level bt.  Must be seen to be appreciated. $48,500  Call Shelley Biddle.  | WAYNE SALTER  885-5986  PAT LINDSAY  885-2591  BERNEL GORDON  885-5891  JACK NOBLE  883-2701  JOHN WILSON  885-9365  MIKE BALDIGARA  885-5645  SHELLEY BIDDLEj  885-3505 Sunshine Coast Realtor, July 10, 198]  SUNNYCREST  SHOPPING  CENTRE  886-2277  IBSONS  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  682-1513  AND LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD.  Member Sunshine Coast      R.R. #2, Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0      Real Estate Association  NOW AVAILABLE  10 TOWNHOUSES  Panoramic view of Howe Sound and Georgia Strait  The location is a bonus only steps from shopping, swimming and moorage.  Enjoy the benefits of carefree, maintenance free townhouse living. These two  and three bedroom units are ideal for full lime or weekend use. Fully landscaped  and maintained grounds. Covered individual parking. All units feature  fireplaces, balconies, Iwin seal windows and major appliances.  Anticipated Occupancy Date is Aug. 1st, 1981  Excellent Value at $97,500 to $113,000  INVESTMENT - COMMERCIAL - REVENUE  GIBSONS VILLAGE: Are you a baker? This baker has been in business in ihe village of  Gibsons for 20 years. Business is increasing steadily with excellent potential to expand into  restaurant, supermarket etc. Owner may carry large 1st al preferred interest rates. Call for  more details.  MARINE DR: Waterfront Revenue. 100' of  prime low bank waterfront in Village ol Gibsons.  Unexcelled view ol sheltered Howe Sound. Solid  tenants in all three suites Building remodelled  and upgraded. Very attractive property consist  ing of <1 bedrooms, 3 bedroom and 2 bedroom  suites with fireplaces. Don't miss your chance to  own this waterfront triplex. $285,500.  GIBSONS VILLAGE: Extremely well built  concrete block building with bend beams and  rebar. Two areas easily separated 1304 square  feet and 1109square feet. 360squarefeet covered  carport area. Heating is forced hot water foil  fired). Established commercial area. Gorgeous  view of Howe Sound and Gibsons Harbour.  $269,500.  HIGHWAY 101: This industrial building has a  total ol 5,000 square leet. It has three tenants,  leased out on two live year leases and one three  year lease. It's located on Highway 101, on  industrial zoned lot. size 167' on the Highway by  124' deep. There is room lor anotliet building on  this lot. Present building has plans (or suites on a  second floor (see Lisling Broker (or plans).  Present annual income is $29,400. $290,000.  STEWART ROAD: Fifteen acres of industrial  land, zoned Industrial 1. which takes light and  heavy industry. Three phase power available if  necessary, located on Stewart Road just off North  Road. This is in t hree five acre parcels and can be  divided or resold il purchaser does not want thai  much property. $325,000.  WOODCREEK PARK  OPEN HOUSE BY BUILDER  Saturday, July 11 and  Sunday, July 12  2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.  WOODCREEK PARK: Executive home on .39  acre treed lot backing onto ihe ravine park This  lovely new home features 4 bedroms, 3  washrooms, den family room plus living and  dining room. This quality constructed home is  ideal for ihe family that likes room to move with  2040 square feet o( finished floor area. The two  car garage and full brick fireplace are just some of  ihe extra touches thai sei this home apart from  the resi   $149,500  Have your questions answered by the Builder  ACREAGE  WATERFRONT  HOMES  . SAKINAW LAKE: Sunny exposure and privacy  are Ihe key features lor your recreational  enjoyment. Secure government lease on 124  acres of waterfront with one bedroom cottage.  | Boat access. $35,000  CHAMBERLIN ROAD: Nearly 5 acres of  beautiful timbered acreage Waler. hydro, cable  and paved streets close by. Ideal bobby farm or  holding acreage Priced to sell. $99,500.  MOUNTAIN VIEW ESTATES: 2 acres in  Mountain View Estates, Klelndale Access from  and back. 7 minutes from shopping and school in  Madeira Park. Some marketable limbei dt build a  log house! Surrounding properties all have wells  $64,900  ���'  !S*  NORTH ROAD, GIBSONS  2& 3 BEDROOM TOWNHOUSES  All Suites Feature:  * t-'ridy,'  * Stove  * Built-in dishwasher  * Washet & Dryoi  * Gorgeous Buck Fireplaces  * Wall to wall deluxe carpel  Available July 1, 1981  . i . n.i.h,  * Skyliyhl-.  * Hum- M.istt't Bedroom  * Close 10 shopping  * CIosb t" schools  * Go-.,, tn transportation  �� All stracra  , Builders Homo Warranty  * l-'ullv l.miki aped grounds  * Extra storage room  * Parking lot 2i.ii*  * Concrete Driveway  * Kully Fenced  * Energy elfcieni  HOW ABOUT A 15%% MORTGAGE?  These beautifully finished suites make a perfect affordable first home and/or  investment and holding property. All units qualify for the Federal Government  M.U.R.B. Tax Shelter Programme and for C.M.H.C. insured mortgaging which  insures the best possible mortgage rate quickly or the owner will do the banking  (or you at 1514%. By the way, note the Builder's Home Warranty Programme.  Cablevision, beautiful brick fireplaces, 5 appliances, these properties are brand  new and ready to move into July 1st. Priced to sell at $84,900 to $94,900.  LOTS  CREEKSIDE PARK: Lot 70. Nice level building  lot. Fully serviced including sewer. Close to  shopping, schools, etc, One of the last chances to  buy a good lot in this area lor tins puce. $39,900  CREEKSIDE PARK: Lot 9. Excellent building  lot in popular Creekside Park Estates. Good view  potential along with paved streets, city sewer,  cablevision, hydro and water. Gibsons Creek  runs down rear of lot making this an ideal  purchase. $39,500.  SUNNYS1DE DRIVE: This 100 x 150 lot is  ideally situated at the end ol a no thru road. Area  is fast building up with new quality homes. A 2  storey home on this lofwould have a view of  Georgia Strait. This lot musl be seen to  appreciate the value of the 100 loot widths of the  surrounding lots. $52,500.  SYLVAN PLACE: In Cheryl Anne Park on the  Gibsons side of Roberts Creek. This lj acre lot  has a partial view and is situated on a quiet cul de-  sac only 3 blocks from the beach. The property is  nicely treed and in an area of new homes. Lot  dimensions are 48 feet on the road, 109' at the  back with side measurements of 150' and 162'. An  ideal building lot. $55,000.  ARGENT ROAD & HIGHWAY 101: Beauti  fully treed lot in Roberts Creek, approximately  100 x 165. Fully serviced 6 lOths of an acre, ihis  lot could accommodate duplex, domestic  industry, hoby farm, single family residenlial or  mobile home. The perfect natural setting.  $49 000  WYNGAERT ROAD: 50 x 120 lot. Build your  home in a beautiful park like setting of Iruil irees,  flowering Irees and shrubs and a view to Keais  Island. This park-like setting is truly one of a kind,  $55,000.  GOWER PT: 82 x 133 level lots with super view  of Georgia Strait, One block to Bonniebrook and  good beach. Priced from $59,500.  HOMES ON ACREAGE  MARINE VIEW WAY: Sechelt This 60'x 131.9'  lot is easy to build on and has already been  cleared and is ready for construction of your  reverse plan home. Located only one mile I mm  downtown Sechelt, close to the water, marina,  staking link and other amenilies. Yes. you may  even gel a view. $35,900. .  LOT 81 REDROOFF ESTATES: 49 acre on  Sbuthwood Road. Well oil the beaten path  guaranteeing privacy Potential view. Vendor will  take $20,000 down and balance at 15"... 2 year  term. Priced to sell last at $37,500.  CHAMBERLIN ROAD: Lovely view lot looking  South into Howe Sound and Georgia Strait.  Cleared and ready lo build on. 76 x 170. Well  priced at $54,900  WOODCREEK PARK: Lot 58. Approximately  80 x 128 with ocean view Cornet lot on  intersection of two cul-de-sacs, therefore the kit  accommodates many varying building plans.  Vendor will build lo suit. See this lot & start  planning your home now.  HWY 101: 50 \ 150 industrial lot in Seamount  Park All services. $40,000.  SCHOOL RD: 13 Viewlots In Gibsons Village.  Servicing nearing completion. Priced from  $57 500  LOWER ROBERTS CREEK ROAD: This  panhandle lot, over one half ol an acre is located  one block from the beach at Gulf Si ream Road. It  is nicely Ireed and has a gentle slope with some  view. This property is zoned lot i wo dwellings or a  duplex. $54,900  MARINE DR: Hopkins view lot Beautifully treed  lot within walking distance ol Langdale ferry. Size  50 x 141 serviced by hydro, water, phone and  cablevision. Priced to sell at $44,500  MALA VIEW ROAD: Lot 9 on Malaview Road.  Cleared ready u. build on All services. 1 block to  school and a very nice area, $39,500  LOWER ROAD: 1.02 acres in Roberts Creek.  125.4' x 357.72' of cedar and other evergreens  provides a perfect selling for ihe 'wo bedroom  approximately 6 yeat old mobile home. Large  slorage shed and chicken coop and run round off  the package Priced at $97,500  HIGHWAY 101: Five bedroom oldei home on  live acres close to Gibsons. Property is cleared  with good creek through ime corner and  numerous out buidmgs This parcel has many fruii  Irees and lots of garden possibilities $160,000.  NORTH ROAD: al Cemetary Road. 5 acres ol  secluded timbered property. Great hobby farm  with barn, chicken coop and corrals. On good  well but regional water available. Owner has  permission lor second dwelling on property, 300  feel ol highway frontage, 1460 square feet home  only 7 years old. Built-in china cabinet, 2 lull  baths, huge sundeck. Owner says Sell! Make on  appointment to view today, $165,000.  HENRY RD: A rare find Duplex with acreage.  1250 square feel per unit with 2 bedrooms each.  Large looms, storage and laundry looms in each.  Includes appliances Don't hesitate, call now.  $179,500  PORT MELLON HIGHWAY: I 54 acres with  1095 feet of highway frontage Zoned A3D, can  lake anothei dwelling House is situated at one  end ol property and nicely landscaped. Home is  1'.. slorey with open vaulted ceiling In living room,  Three bedrooms up and 4 piece bath. Extra large  lamily room and living room downstairs. Twin  seal windows Appliances included. Good  workshop at rear of double carport. $178,000.  STEVE        ANNE        JOHN TERRI       GREG GARY DAVE JON LORRIE  SAWYER    GURNEY   HANSON    HANSON    GRANT    PUCKETT ROBERTS     MCRAE       GIRARD  .886-7678    886-2164    886-8295    886-8295   886-7204    886-9508    886-8040      885-3670      886-7760 6unshine Coast Realtor, July 10, 1981  SUNNYCREST  SHOPPING  CENTRE  886-2277  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  .IPWVIW    i   > tml\M i   ���    682-1513  Vand land development LTD."        oi��  R.R. #2, Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  HOMES HOMES HOMES  GRADY RD: 2 storey Alpine house with 2  fireplaces, three bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and an  entertaining sized recreation room Hardwood  floors in most rooms. Lot is 70 x 157 fully  landscaped with particularly nice rock work in  front. View of waier, Keats Island and Soames  Hill. No wires because this area is all underground  wiring. $159,000.   mg. I  .Oi  CREEKSIDE PARK: Brand new 1672 square  feel l'j storey home in Creekside Park Estates  This home is on city sewer, city water and  cablevision and features fireplace, iarge rec.  room, laundry room and workshop. Two car  carport and is on a quiet cul-de-sac close to  shopping and transportation. Ready to move into  POPLAR LANE: Almost new three bedroom  bungalow on a quiet dead-end street with only 2  blocks to shopping, schools and other village  amenities. Existing 1st mortgage of $35,000 at  11% with a small 2nd by the vendor will make this  home affordable to most buyers. Why wait, make  an appointment to view now. $99,500.  DUNHAM RD: Port Mellon. Ideal starter home  for l he family who can do some fix-up work. Large  landscaped 70 x 173 lot. Extra large living room  willi fireplace and 2 generous sized bedrooms  1250 sq. It. Appliances included In the unusual  price of $44,900.  CREEKSIDE PARK: Perfect 2 storey family  home at an affordable price in beautiful Creekside  Park Estates. This 1700 sq. fl. lour bedroom  home features finished basement, rec. room  large workshop, laundry room, l'.> baths. Al  appliances including fudge, stove, dishwasher,  washer, dryer and Ireezer. Fully landscaped  grounds with concrete drive, pel run and w��xl  shed. Owner has done high quality work to make  this a warm comfortable family home. Phone to  ABBS ROAD: View! View! View! Are you  looking for a view home high on the hill wit h a view  forever! This is it! The view is spectacular! It goes  from the north tip of Keats Island through  Gibsons Harbour, The Gap, The Bluff, Georgia  Strait and of course the coast mountains. The  home is three levels with 4 bedrooms, huge  recreation room, office or den, and balconies  along the front. The landscaping is already in  place. Additional features include full ensuite off  master bedroom plus another full bath and a half  bath. This home must be seen to be believed.  $149,900  WATERFRONT  ACREAGE  LOWER ROAD: Waterfront. Being ihe only  subdividable waterfront acreage on the market in  Roberts Creek makes this a rare find. As it is, it's a  beauty: 2.10 acres of undisturbed, gently sloping  terrain complimented with tall firs and huge  cedars; roads dedicated on two sides; out Iront,  one ol Ihe lew sandy beaches on the coast. As a  privale estate or for investment, this is a must see.  Priced lo sell al $195,000.  WATERFRONT  ACREAGE...$49,500:  Un  believable! It snot a misprint, that is the lull price  Total 2.16 acres with approximately 275 feel  sandy beach. The pro|K'rty is fairly level, with a  small rock bluff but good building sites, situated in  Howe. Sound across from Britannia Beach, Ol  course there's a catch access by boat only, no  water and no power, but still great fot summet  cabin or weekend getaway  SARGENT RD: Terrific Spanish home on one of  ir best view lots. Two lully finished floors, tola  2300 sq, fl. Foui bedrooms. 2'.> bathrooms, rec  room, utility room and workshop. Two fireplaces,  double carport, intercom and wet bar. Within  alking distance of shopping and schools. Make  ^appointment to view. $159,900.  MARION PL: Ideal family floor plan with those  extra (ealures you would ask for in a custom  home. Vaulted ceilings in living room, dining room  and kitchen. Fireplace with feature ,wall, bay  window and a bright bit of sunshine through the  ensuite skylight. Master features large walk-in  closet and full size washroom. Kitchen is very  onvenienlly set up with ulilily room and washer  and dryer steps away. Nicely located in quiet cul  de sac of new homes. Take advantage of today's  prices with planned occupancy $106,900.  CHASTER RD: A-frame, two bedroom home on  cleared level lot. Ideal for starter, recreational or  revenue. Developing aica on no through gravel  road. Close to shopping and transportation.  $59,900  SUNNYSIDE DRIVE: Assume 13K mortgage!  Exceptionally well built three bedroom 1260  square foot rancher on huge 100 x 150 lot makes  ihe ideal family home at an affordable price,  Features include shake roof, huge si me fireplace,  sxtra high quality carpeting, concrete driveway,  carport, double windows throughout, bay  window, extra large rooms and much more,  to view anytirne^l07|900.  O'SHEA RD: Tidy little home with Finnish  sauna. This immaculate house has 2 bedrooms  fireplace, kitchen area includes 4 appliances  Sauna and tiled shower at rear. Garage has  workshop and small office. Garden is in fruit trees  and flowering shrubs. $79.900.  FIRCREST ROAD: Well built and maintained  three bedroom home. Features a large living  room with a beautiful stone fireplace and dining  area. Bright and sunny kitchen with nook. The all  nighler in the basement makes it economical to  heat. This 1160 square foot house is on a well  landscaped 61 x 131 lot and has an assumable  mortgage of 12V" for eighteen months.  $112,000   SOUTH FLETCHER & CHARMAN: Custom  view home. Located across the street from the  tennis courts in the Bay area, this brand new  home features three bedrooms, two bathrooms,  plus a full basement. Priced al $149,500.  CREEKSIDE: New construction. Two storey  unique designed home, over 2000 square feet of  living area. Main floor has living room with  fireplace, dining room, family room, bedroom,  utility room and bathroom. Upstairs has three  bedrooms and bathroom. All bedrooms have  walk-in closets. All this on a good lot in Creekside  Park Estates, close to schools, shopping centre  and recreation. $119,500.   FIRCREST RD: Beautiful ranch style family  home with large rooms and bay window. Stone  fireplace with energy grate and fan. Sundeck,  double windows and R28 insulation, Assumable  11V" mortgage. Phone to view anytime  $98,600   MARLENE RD: Brand new 3 bedroom home on  < acre in Roberts Creek. Master bedroom has  ensuite plumbing, custom kitchen cabinets, large  sundeck. Beautiful and private, easy to landscape  lot. And more. This home has all permits in place  to make the full basement into M.U.R.B. duplex  The house design easily facilitates either single or  duplex use. Truly the home with great investment  potential. $119,500.  REID ROAD: Price Reduction!! Absolutely  gorgeous quality home on huge lot, Three  bedrooms, l1,- baths, carport, garage, storage  shed. Home is only 1 year old, ceramic tile kitchen  floor, oak cabinets, brick fireplace, JennAire  range and microwave. All this on a level  landscaped fenced lot. Other features loo  numerous to mention. This home represents  excellent value at the asking price of $119,900.  CREEKSIDE CRESCENT: Here is a unique  designed 1'.. storey home made lor spacious living  by a family that needs lots of room Main floor has  1103 square feet. Living room has vaulted i eilmg.  family room for privacy, bathrooms down, indup,  674 square leet upstairs with three bedrooms On  a good loi in Creekside which is three blocks i<��  shopping centre, schools, medical clink and all  for the price of $115,500.  RADCLIFFE ROAD: Selma Park Three  bedroom view home. Two bedroom upstairs and  one down. Large rec. room with fireplace  roughed in. An efficient floor plan and the yard  offers view and privacy. $120,000  *wi pt  GUNCLUB ROAD: Why wait? - 75% mortgagt  available al 15", by vendor. This Wilson Creek  new home on Gunclub Road features many  extras like three bedrooms, master ensuite  family room, skylights and vaulted ceiling,  unfinished rec. room area, double attached  garage  and   more.   Reduced   lor  quick  sale,  ly pay rent? Nicely set up  12 x 68, 1974 Chancellor trailer with large  sundeck. Also foundation for extending. Lot is 70  x 220, duplex zoned. Lots this size are rare and  due to higher costs to develop new subdivisions  lots ol this size will not be created $69,500  HIGHWAY 101: just north of Crucil Rd. in the  village of Gibsons. Small home presently rented  at $300 per month. Lot is zoned to allow aduplex.  Existing home is set to the front, however the  maximum view potential would be closer to the  rear of this lot. This is truly a house with  investment potential. $79,500.  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY: Selma Park  View and Revenue. Older home and separate self  contained one bedroom cot tage on large parcel in  Selma Park. Centrally located, this piece is within  easy walking distance from Sechelt. Comfortable  redecorated main home features two bedrooms,  a large sundeck and a dark room lor the  photographer. Nicely landscaped but still very  private. Starter, investment or retirement, this  one qualifies. $99,500.  POPLAR LANE: Best buy in town. Three year  old three bedroom multi-level home located only  1 block from shopping and theatre. Features  include fireplace in living room, finished rec. room  with air-tight stove and bar. Deluxe kitchen with  built-in dishwasher and the fridge and stove stay.  The master bedroom has a private sundeck and a  large tiled shower in the ensuite. Landscaped 60 x  127 lot on paved cul-de-sac. Owner has bought  and is offering this beautiful home for $129,000.  COMEAU TRAILER PK: $10,000 down, ow sr  will carry 1st mortgage and beat the bank % by a  long shot. Qualifies for the Government 2nd of  $5,000 or First Home Grant of $2,500. You could  own this beautifully constructed 12 x 68 Glen  River Mobile Home al! set up on pad and hooked  up to all services for as little as $5,000 (plus  Government 2nd). Why pay rent when you could  live in your own home? Phone to view anytime.  Owner says sell!! $33,500.  GOWER PT & 7TH: Handyman's special  Requires repairs but could be made liveable.  Small 1 bedroom house on terrific view lot in  Gower Point area. $64,500.  SARGENT ROAD: Watch the boats go by, just  pari of the terrific view of the ocean from this  Tudor style 2 year old home. Lot has been  exceptionally well landscaped with extra retaining  walls. House has 1 bedroom down and 2 spacious  ones up. Living room has fireplace, separate  dining room has built-in cupboard. Kitchen has  separate dining area. $119,500.  LAUREL RD: Davis Bay, Custom built ocean  view home in the most beautiful area ol the  Sunshine Coast. 2 blocks to sandy beach, Davis  Bay dock, fishing, store, church, day care centre  and school. This beautiful home features custom  designed interior, 2 fireplaces, huge sundeck,  ensuite, finished basement, huge rec. room,  landscaping and much more. Phone to view  anytime. $124,900  STEVE        ANNE        JOHN TERRI        GREG GARY DAVE JON LORRIE  SAWYER    GURNEY   HANSON    HANSON    GRANT    PUCKETT ROBERTS     MCRAE       GIRARD  886-7678    886-2164    886-8295    886-8295   886-7204    886-9508    886-8040      885-3670      886-7760 Sunshine Coast Realtor, July 10, 1981  BOX 1490,  WHARF ROAD  SECHELT, B.C.  VON-3A0  PHONE  885-2235  VANCOUVER  689-5838  (Toll Free)  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE  "TWO OFFICES  SAMRON ROAD No. 700  Great view, landscaped, 3 bedrooms, den,  recreation room, large family kitchen. Good  storage, double carport, fireplace and wood  heater, 6O0sq.ff. covered deck and patio. $50,000  assumable financing at 1314%. $159,500. Bert  Walker 8853746.  MILLS ROAD  Mo. 798  ttb  , ^*&&*?*$w  ������ 1  No. 782 FIELD ROAD  10%% ASSUMABLE  $145,000  PAT/LESLIE      MASON ROAD  GUNBOAT BAY WATERFRONT   No. 833  3.8 acres, 150 ft. frontage, floats, 3 revenue  producing cabins, 2 bedroom home. Offers  invited, terms available. Bert Walker 885-3746.  3 bedrooms, large living area, a total of 1900+ sq.  ft. of space. Sewered, level lot, new neighbourhood, brand new and ready for occupancy at only  $127,500. Bert Walker 885-3746.  NEW ON MARKET  COOPER ROAD No. 861  Extra large level lot of nearly '/i acre gives house  room to this lovely one year old rancher, 3  bedrooms, large country kitchen, fireplace,  ensuite, separate utility and double carport. Only  $114,900 and owner can give immediate  possession. Bert Walker 885-3746.  SELMA PARK No. 858  Is waiting for you and your family to move Into in  Selma Park! There's lots of living space with the  sunken living room, dining room, kitchen and  bathroom on the main floor, 3 bedrooms upstairs  and full unfinished basement! The view is  breathtaking, the home is charming and the price  is right at $149,000! Call George Longman 886-  8548 or Rita Percheson 885-5706.  SELMA PARK No. 777  View this quaint 2 bedroom home on large  landscaped lot on Benner Hill. Property has  spectacular ocean view and 128 ft. of road  frontage bordered in evergreen hedge. Vendor  offering attractive 2nd mtge of $30,000 at 16%%.  Market evaluation on Lot Alone is $65,000 so this  home offers real value at asking price of $89,0001  Rita Percheson 885-5706.  REDROOFFS AREA No. 854  Country retreat $52,000, unfinished 2 bedroom  cottage could be permanent home when  completed. Situated on large property 125 x 200.  Well treed for privacy, plenty of room for  expansion. Water, hydro & cable available. Ed  Baker 885-2641.  WES I PORPOISE BAY  VIEW HOME No. 704  1248, sq. ft., 3 bedroom full basement home,  located in West Porpoise Bay, just minutes past  the ice-arena. Some features to mention, besides  the spectacular view, area Squamish rock feature  wall, ensuite off master bedroom, wrap around  sundeck and double pane windows. This home  must be seen if you're in Ihe market for a fine  home. Asking $115,000. Call George Longman  886 8548 for all the details  ROBERTS CREEK No. 841  Cozy two bedroom home on Lower Road. This  home features a large living room with airtight  heater and a bright kitchen with sliding doors that  lead to over 250 sq. ft. of sundecks. The home is  situated in a beautiful park-like setting that  include ayear round stream, fruit trees, lawns and  garden. Priced at only $82,000. "Buy in  combination with lot next door (listing No. 840)  and make an offer. Pat Parker has all the details.  Call 885-5615 or 885-2235."  NEW ON MAKKI  SECHELT VILLAGE No. 862  3 bedroom, 1160 sq. ft. ranch style  home. Walking distance to stores.  $97,900. Pat Parker 885-5615.  Large family home, 3 bedrooms, den, family  room, double garage, wood heater Va\ baths,  fenced yard, assumable mortgage at 13%% - only  $124,500.  VIEW ACREAGE IN  ROBERTS CREEK No. 845  Five acres of the finest in Roberts Creek,  overlooking Gabriola Island. Subdivision  potential in the future as community plan  matures. 1200 sq. ft., 2 bedroom, almost new  Lindal Cedar Home. Warm cedar interior adds a  comfortable atmosphere to this cozy, well built  home. If you're a dog fancier, there's also a six  unit dog kennel. F.P. $153,500. Bill Walkey 885-  5327.  "WEST SECHELT RANCHER"       No. 796  Underconstruction 1120 sq. ft., 2 bedroom ranch  style home wit h attached carport located in one of  the liner areas of West Sechelt, just minutes from  beach, schools and shopping. Asking $94,500  so if you're in the market for a quality built starter  or retirement home call George Longman 886-  8548.  BEACH AVE. OFFERS MORE  THAN LOCATION No. 837  New 3 bedroom home with 2550 sq. ft, of living  space situated on oyer % acre of land. This home  has it alt ��� features are too numerous to mention. It  must be seen to be appreciated. If you're in the  market for a fine quality built home call George  Longman for a personal tour at 886-8548. Asking  price $175,000.  SANDY HOOK ACREAGE No. 768  Where else can you find an acre of land that's as  private as this one. The cozy, compact home is  snug and secure. This one bedroom cottage is  designed for easy expansion. The subdivision  potential makes the price of $87,500 seem like a  give-away. Bill Walkey 885-5327.  CARNABY PLACE No. 787  Secluded new home, 2 bedrooms, ensuite,  spacious living areas, carport and % basement.  Ready for occupancy only $119,500. Pat Parker  885-5615.  NORVAN ROAD No. 851  Beautiful brick exterior, 3 bedrooms, 2'? baths,  large family room, landscaped, increasing view,  friendly neighborhood. Just $139,500. Bert  Walker 885-3746.  REDROOFFS RANCHER No. 844  This attractive 3 bedroom cedar rancher is  located on Cooper Road in park-like Welcome  Woods. Large lot (approx. 107 x 265) has  concrete drive, carport, rockery and private lawn  area. Assumable financing at 12%! $97,000. Rita  Percheson 885-5706.  ROBERTS CREEK HOME No. 801  3 bedroom 1216 sq. ft. home located on over %  acre of land in tower Roberts Creek. The full  basement is presently rented but could make a  good in-law suite or recreation room. Asking  $102,000. Call George Longman 886-8548.  "SELMA PARK BEAUTY" No. 797  Brand new 1320 sq. ft. 2 bedroom full basement  home with 160 degree view of Georgia Str. and et.  al from living room, kitchen, dining room and  master bedroom. Features:-  * Paved Driveway and Sidewalks.  * Shake Roof & Stained Cedar Siding.  * Double Sink in Main Bathroom & Ensuite.  * Oak Cabinets.  * Double Flue    Chimney.  * Two Car Enclosed Carport.  with quality construction throughout. Asking  $149,500 To view this fine home call George  Longman 886-8548.  SASKATCHEWAN BOUND - MLS No. 732  The vendors of this five bedroom, 2 level 1026 sq.  ft. home are bound for other places. When you  see this immaculate view home, with large deck  and two finished fireplaces, you won't be able to  resist the price of $108,000. Bill Walkey 885-5327.  HOME IN A PARK No. 829  Set in its own park, almost 2000 sq. ft. of superbly  finished home. This three bedroom, immaculate  home sits proudly in the trees in West Sechelt.  Rosewood panelling, hand-tooled wood, built-in  china cabinets, to name but a few of the features.  From the outdoor workshop to the landscaping  to the vaulted ceilings of this luxurious home-  craf tmanship abounds to intoxicate the mind. See  for yourself, the price of $179,900 is paradise  found. For appointment to view, call Bill Walkey  885-5327 or Elmer Ekdahl 885-3584.  SECHELT VILLAGE - MLS No. 755  3 bedroom home on Binnacle Street. Priced at  only $65,000, this home needs some T.LC. Pat ,  Parker 885 5615.  SELMA PARK VIEW HOME No. 847  ��� Attractive 3 bedroom family home situated on  large 80' landscaped lot, has spectacular view, 2  fireplaces, 2 bathrooms, finished rec. room,  unfinished den, could be 4th bedroom, sundeck  and carport. Asking $130,000. Ed Baker 885  2641 or Bert Walker 885 3746.  MEMBER SUNSHINE COAST  SECHELT 885-2235  ED BAKER  885-2641  ELMER EKDAHL  885-3584  LESLIE FITCH  885-9057  BOB KENT  885-9461  GEORGE LONGMAN  886-8548  LARRY MOORE  885-9213  RUTH MOORE  885-9213  f. r r\- ��� ��� l��vi   . :   .-. vs :���:*; :���������:  il * M i *.�� �� M * ,��� \**X* ,��� v ����� * �����. * * , i e i ����� *�� / ft .���  Sunshine Coast Realtor, July 10, 1981  PHONE  885-2235  VANCOUVER  689-5838  BOX 1490,  WHARF ROAD  SECHELT, B.C.  VON-3A0  ^  Tr  t  TO SERVE YOU  HOMES  PANORAMIC VIEW No. 855  Spacious 3 bedroom house with large living room  (fireplace), dining area and kitchen overlooking  the spectacular view of Porpoise Bay. This lovely  Spanish style white stucco home has many  special features. Handy utility room, including  washer A dryer off well appointed kitchen. Dining  area has glass doors onto large deck. Ensuite off  master bedroom. Asking price $225,000. Bring  all offers to George 8864548.  SELMA PARK No. 859  Spectacular ocean view of Trail Islands from this  new 4 bedroom quality constructed Selma Park  home. Numerous benefits in this home include: 2  x 6 construction, Squamish rock fireplace, wood  framed windows, custom kitchen cabinets, and  vanities, parquet flooring, sunken bath tub,  enclosed garage, private deck and landscaped  yard! Excellent assumable financing at 14.25%  interest. $195,000. George 8864548 or Rita  Percheson 8855706.  91  SELMA PARK No. 737  4 bedroom, family home plus 2 bedroom revenue  home at water's edge. Both homes have beautiful  view looking westerly over Trail Islands and  Georgia Straits. Pat Parker 885 5615 or Leslie  Fitch 885-9057,  REDROOFFS MLS No. 795  2 bedroom home on landscaped property. Only  twenty minutes from Sechelt. Great view of  Merry Island. Pal Parker 8855615.  BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITIES  BUSINESS FOR SALE No. 856  This business is being sold (or the price of the  Chattels & the prestigious name of 'Tyee  Products Ltd.1. It is located in the heart of uptown  Sechelt with an excellent five year lease beginning  July 31/81. With the Chattels, location and name  this business could be carried on or changed to  cold storage, warehouse, ice whole sale or retail  outlet or retail fish store plus many other options.  Here's an excellent opportunity to begin working  for yourself with a minimum of investment.  Asking $47,500. Call George 886-8548 or Lynn  885-5755.  ACREAGE  ���CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE  LOTS  No. 649 TRAIL ISLAND  1% ACRES  $29,000  BOX WALKEY  ROBERTS CREEK No. 864  3* acres with water, hydro and cablevision at  properties edge. $59,000. George Longman 886-  8548.  WEST SECHELT No. 788  24.7 acres of near level land on Mason Road with  gazetted road on 4 sidesl $280,250. Rita  Percheson 8855706.  GOLF COURSE ACREAGE No. 860  255 feet longside the ninth fareway gives way for  the finest relaxed view to be had. in addition the  property is located within one mile of school,  general store and beaches. This property with its  eagles, and birdies is much above par at  $135,000. It's a fareway to do business. So call  George Longman for all the strokes at 8868548.  POTENTIAL MLS No. 835  8.5 acres of -primarily level land near Browning  Road in Wilson Creek. The acreage is zoned R2L  (Residential, Quarter acre) and access is available  through adjacent property. Priced at only  $295,000. Call Pat Parker at 885 5615 or 885-  2235 today.  10.87 ACRES ��� ROBERTS CREEK No. 780  10.87 acres zoned ALR in Roberts Creek.  Property has southern exposure, with a view of  Georgia Strait from the top half. Water is supplied  from a natural spring fed reservoir. Owner says  some merchantable cedar trees. All this complete  with 3 bedroom Mobile Home, barn and storage  shed. Asking price $189,000. Bring your offers to  George Longman 886-8548.  2'/, ACRES No. 719  2V�� acres of treed seclusion. Nice level property  bordering on the golf course. Good building sites,  could leave abundance of natural greenery to  assure privacy. Asking $125,000. Ed Baker 885-  2541.  NARROWS INLET No. 744  5 acres of remote waterfront with over 200 ft. of  beach frontage and your own creek. $73,500  Rita Percheson 885 5706.  MIDDLEPOINT ACRES No. 799  Some view, 17.5 acres, zoned R2J, power at road.  $118,000. Bert Walker 8853746.  WEST SECHELT No. 767  Norwest & Gowland \ acre lot. Subdivision  potential. $60,000. Bill Walkey 885.5327.  SECRET COVE No. 804  Semi-waterfront, wooded lot. Public laneway to  cove 1 block away! $45,000. Rita Percheson 885  5706.  SANDY HOOK No. 838  Lot 2 and Lot 48 on Sandy Hook Road &  Skookumchuck Road. Breathtaking view! Price  for both lots $65,000! Rita Percheson 885-5706.  MARINE VIEW WAY  View lot, 60 x 132, water, hydro, paved road.  $39,900. Lynn Wilson 885-5755.  MILLS ROAD No. 785  Level, cleared, sewered lot, 64 x 112. $44,900.  Bert Walker 885-3746.  SHOAL WAY  ' No. 810  West Porpoise Bay, near arena. Water, hydro,  paved road. 60 x 105. $40,000. Rita Percheson  885-5706.  TUWANEK No. 823  Across from the beach access just inside  Tuwanek. Goergeous view, cleared, culverted  ready to go. $35,000. Bill Walkey 885 5327.  WILSON CREEK No. 740  View lot, % acre. Duplex zoned. Passed perc. for  duplex. $46,200. Lynn Wilson 885-5755.  GOWER POINT ESPLANADE       No. 759  100 x 217 waterfront lot, fantastic view, septic  installed. $120,000. Bert Walker 885-3746.  WILSON CREEK No. 741  View lot % acre. Duplex zoned. Passed perc. for  duplex. $64,900. Lynn Wilson 885-5755.  NORVAN ROAD No. 756  77 x 128 treed lot with view. $62,000. Bert Walker  885-3746.  Sandy Hook  - SEAVIEW ROAD -  Lot 107 - 438,000.  - SANDY HOOK ROAD -  Lot C ��� $40,000  Lot 30 - $43,000  Lot 49 ��� $38,000  - DEERHORN DRIVE -  Lot 44 ��� $39,900  Lot 52 - $39,000  Bid Walkey 885-5327  PM Parker 885-5615  - DEERHORN DRIVE -  Lot 35 - $38300  George Longman 886-8548  ��� PORPOISE DRIVE -  Lot 35   $54,900  Rita Percheson 885-5706  WATERFRONT LOT No. 730  'it acre in Secret Cove area. Excellent building  site. $79,900. Lynn Wilson 8855755.  REDROOFFS AREA/  WATERFRONT No. 806  Large beautiful view, southern exposure,  Arbutus. $77,500. Bert Walker 8853746.  REDROOFFS RANCH No. 820  85 x 265 selectively cleared lot on quiet paved  road. Water & hydro. Evan, Road. $45,000 Rita  Percheson 885-5706.  SECHELT INLET ROAD No. 839  Only $22,000 and open to offers. See this bt [  today. Lynn Wilson 885-5755.  NORVAN ROAD No. 853 I  77 x 150 great neighbourhood lot, partially  cleared, expanding view. $54,000. Pat Parker  8855615.  REDROOFFS No. 733 I  4/10 acre lot with 98 ft. road frontage on |  Eastwood Road. Culvert in and cleared bldg. site.  $45,000. Rita Percheson 885-5706.  REDROOFFS No. 824 I  102 ft. road frontage on Alderwood. Beautifully  treed lot. Good building site. Welcome offers  $49,900. Lynn Wilson 8855755.  NORWEST BAY ROAD No. 786 I  75 x 150 of towering timbers, near level, close to [  schools. $44,900. Pat Parker 8855615.  ROBERTS CREEK No. 840  70 x 150, gentle slope, lower road near Cheryl  Ann Park. $45,000. Pat Parker 8855615.  REDROOFFS No. 761  90 x 181 large lot on Alderwood in Welcome  Woods. Beautifully treed! $45,000. Rita  Percheson 885-5706.  EARLS COVE No. 775  Corner location, good size, water & hydro lines to j  the road. $27,500. Bert Walker 885-3746.  SECHELT VILLAGE No. 778  62.5 x 120, all services, gentle sbpe, Ebbtide  Street. $44,900. Pat Parker 885-5615.  SECHELT VILLAGE MLS No. 6* |  Level lot, 62.5 x 125, Binnacle Street. $36,000.  Pal Parker 885-5615.  WEST PORPOISE BAY No. 705  % acre, spectacular view lot just minutes pass ice  arena. Trie perfect setting for your dream home.  May have subdivision possibilities in the future.  Asking $59,000. Call George Longman 886-8548.  ROBERTS CREEK  BUILDING LOT No. 826  Half acre bldg lot - all services available except  sewer. Located in the quiet and desirable area of  Roberts Creek. Close tobeach and golf course. A  thousand stars and no thumbs down to the  purchaser of this fine lot. Asking $49,900. Call  George Longman 886 8548.  WEST SECHELT  BUILDING LOTS No. 790  Your choice of 3 lots on sewer, paved road,  selectively cleared, culverts in. All new homes in  area. Save yourselves problems and money by  not having septic fields and clearing to contend  with. Asking $49,500. Call Ed Baker 885 2641  REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION  GIBSONS OFFICE      886-8194  PAT PARKER  885-5615  RITA PERCHESON  885-5706  LARRY REARDON  885-9320  BERT WALKER  885-3746  BILL WALKEY  885-5327  LYNN WILSON  885-5755 Sunshine Coast Realtor, July 10, 1981  X ^T    DENTAL CENTRE  0^  GIBSONS  Gnhfljc.  W��m.  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE  PHONE  886-8194  VANCOUVER  689-5838  (Toll Fret)  NESTLED IN HORTICULTURE    No. 842  This cozy 963 sq. ft, 2 bdrm home minutes from  the beach will delight you the minute you step into  the front yard. Gorgeous, mature ornamental  shrubbery and fruit trees set the scene for this  older home nestled among the trees. With a little  T.L.C. and $73,500 you could be very happy.  Call BUI Walkey at 885-5327 or Judy Eldred at 885-  9226.  IN HARBOUR VIEW!-$139,000     No. 848  From this two possible three bdrm home. This is  truly an all purpose home, suitable for retirement  with main level living, or expand to the upstairs for  the family. Covered sundeck lo enjoy the outdoor  living on this large lot, with fishpond, greenhouse,  ALMOST NEW! No. 807  Ideal 3 bedroom family home located in delightful  country setting. Extras include shake roof, full  sundeck, sliding door from Master bedroom,  recess wall for China cabinet, heatilator fireplace  with brick facing in living room. Level cleared lot  waiting your personal landscaping. Asking  $105,000. To view call Eva Carsky or Leslie Fitch  886-7126 or 8869057.  GIBSONS HARBOUR VIEW! No. 827  Build your dream home on this spectacular view  lot. Walking distance to shopping, boat launch,  tennis! Hydro & water, sewer and phone at  property line. Call Eva Carsky to view this lot  priced at $52,500 at 886-7126.  IN HARBOUR VIEW! - $139,000     No. 848  raspberries, strawberries, and lots of room for  From this two possible three bdrm home. This is  your vegjes. Call now for your appt. to view.  Lynda 886-7352 or Judy 885-9226.  GRANDVIEW ROAD ��� $120,000     No. 850  Delightful near new home on a good sized corner  lot. This home has 1466 sq. ft. of spacious living  with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, family  room with fireplace. For more information, call  Carol Skinner at 886-9154.  DUNHAM RD - PORT MELLON    No. 628  Large 3 bedroom home for the family who can do  some fix-up work. Heatilator fireplace in living  room, 2 piece ensuite, den, formal dining room.  Landscaped 100 x 173 lot. All appliances included  in asking price of $54,900. To view call Eva  Carsky at 886-8194 or 886 8126.  SEAMOUNT  INDUSTRIAL PARK No. 766 & 765  Prime location with 124 ft. highway frontage. The  opportunity to acquire industrial property with  good public visibility is rare so call Lynda now 886-  7352. $120,000.  INVEST IN YOUR FUTURE No. 825  2.8 acres of property with subdivision potential on  Shaw Rd., Gibsons. A beautiful 7 year old 1645 sq.  ft.  home is attractively located on the site.  Property is level and partially cleared to keep  development costs down. For all the information  on this property call Eva Carsky at 886-7126 or  Leslie Fitch 885-9057.  PRIVACY ABOUNDS WITHIN A  NATURAL WOODED SETTING  SWIMMING...DEEP MOORAGE..  VIEW... No. 763  Privacy abounds within a natural wooded setting  with steps to a pebble beach. This quality 3 bdrm  home boasts a large brick fireplace, a roomy  kitchen with nook, and alull basement to develop  to your imagination. Truly a lovely home and an  unbelievable value (or $159,900! To view please  call Lynda at 886-7352 or Wendy at 8868076.  LET ME EXPLAIN No. 762  If you are interested in a 3 bdrm, 1920 sq. ft.  executive quality home in the northern Gibsons  area ��� read on. This energy efficient home stands  on one of the largest lots in the subdivision, the  back yard is fenced, the front yard is landscaped  in turf. Step inside this home, and enjoy the  wealth of oak cabinets and many other features  too numerous to list. The asking price is  $159,000? What are you offering for this  magnificienl home? The vendor will carry at 15%.  Bill Walkey 8855327.  HANDS UP No. 779  All those you don't know how to read a balance  sheet, don't feel bad, you are not alone. There are  thousands who can't so let me help you. There's a  local fabric shop situated in a busy mall for ideal  customer volume, in a high traffic area, with lots  of untapped market potential. Such an  opportunity in life is worth a lot more than the  asking price. Call Lynda al 886-7352.  Two offices to serve you  truly an all purpose home, suitable for retirement  with main level living, or expand to the upstairs for  the family. Covered sundeck to enjoy the outdoor  living on this large lot, with fishpond, greenhouse,  raspberries, strawberries, and lots of room for  your vegies. Call now for your appt. to view.  Lynda 8867352.  LOTS IN WOODCREEK PARK  A WRAP-AROUND VIEW! No. 846  Enjoy the spectacular 360" view of Gibsons and  Howe Sound from this well maintained 2 bdrm  poet and beam home on Skyline Drive. Privacy  abounds from one of the highest points on the  bluff, and decks facilitate outdoor living. This  comfortable home comes complete with many  extras and must be seen to be truly appreciated ���  all for the asking price of $119,500. To view  please call Wendy at 886.8076.  LEVEL LOT No. 808  Good building lot on Fircrest Road. Excellent  location in area of new homes. Asking $46,500.  Call Carol Skinner 8869154.  SEAMOUNT INDUSTRIAL PARK No. 764  Over 11,000 sq. ft. on this larger than average  industrial lot. Excellent warehousing location.  Call Lynda 886-7352. $60,000.  LOT 74 x 105 No. 769  Level building lot, cleared ready to buld. Alt  services at the road except sewer. Close to Cedar  Grove School. Price $42,000. Call Eva Carsky at  886-8194 or 886-7126.  No. 828  A quality controlled subdivision, the 'British Properties' of Gibsons.  Paved, sewered, fully serviced lots in a park setting. Priced from  $39,500 to $46,000 to sell now. Bill Walkey 885-5327, Lynda Hickman  886-7352.  WOODCREEK No. 772  This attractive split level three bedroom  home with masonary fireplace, wood  windowt, hidden gutters, and enclosed  garage can be yours for $139,000. Caff  Lynda 886-7352.  ONE OF A KIND ��� $159,000 No. 773  This (firm bedroom house fa going to be the  ultimate in a one level home. The floor plan i$  perfectly co-ordinated to take full advantage of the large view lot. Pantry off kitchen,  two maionary fireplaces, hidden Butters,  wood windows set this home apart. CaB  Lynda at 886-8194 or 886.7352.  SPOIL YOURSELF No. ISO  Spacious, open plan home of 200+ sq. ft.,  with elegance abounding in this 4 bdrm,  vaulted ceiling home. The exterior gives you  a hint of the quality controlled interior,  carefully constructed for your pleasure and  enjoyment. Two finished fireplaces compliment the masonry entrance you can enjoy  from now until... The asking price of  $165,000 loili please you when you realize  the Vendor (��� miffing to carry the mortgage  of 16%. Spoil yourself ��� coll Sill Walkey 885-  5327.  THE HOME  Executive style 4 bdrm., 1920 sq.ft. home on  huge lot. Energy efficient (extra emulation),  oak cabinets, blacktop driveway, fenced  landscaped.  THE PRICE  $159,500  THE COST  1. Down payment $59,500.  2. Balance $100,000.  3. Payment - at interest  rate of 19'/,%  But builders interest is 15%  A Saving Each Month  Call BUI Walkey 885-5327.  $1,577.73  $1,246.15  $331.58  OVER THE TOP No. 789  Of the houses 'opposite you can see the ocean from the huge wraparound deck of this 3 bdrm, 1260 sq. ft. home on a fully serviced  prestigious sub-division. Attractively finished at an attractive price of  $145,000. The prospectus protects your view and your environment,  feel confident in this basement home, call Bill Walkey 885-5327.  Member Sunahine Coast Real Estate Association  A VIEW YOU'LL  WANT TO FRAME No. 759 1  From this beautiful esplanade water front lot at  Gower Pi. Large size of 100* x 217" allows achoke  of building sites. So make it yours for only  $120,000. Call Carol Skinner at 886-9154 or Ruth  Monre at 8859213.  COUNTRY ESTATE  WITH STABLES No. 588  4.5 acres of cleared level land fenced and  landscaped with a 1500 sq. ft. executive style  home centrally located just outside of Gibsons  Village. The home features beamed cathedral  ceiling and cut stone fireplace in living room,  gourmet kitchen with Jenn-Aire range and all  built-ins. Large master bedroom on ground floor  and two bedrooms on lower floor. Hand split  shake roof, double glazed windows and attached  double carport. For the horsey set a three stall  stable with adjoining tack room, automatic water  and light system. A large riding and training ring  with training jumps and hurdles. Small feed bam  and tool and tractor sheds. This is truly one of the  finest properties in the area and is priced at only  $287,500. Shown by appointment only. Please  call either Eva Carsky or Lynda Hickman at 886-  8194.  CONVENIENCE OF LOCATION  AND POCKETBOOK! No. 629  3 bedroom home for $55,000. These Slrala Title  units are located on Hillcrest Road. Within  walking distance of schools, shopping and other  amenities. Only one left. Call for appointment to  view Eva or Lynda at 886-8194.  IDEAL FAMILY HOME -  DAVIS ROAD No. 751  4 bedroom home in heart of Gibsons, close to  schools and shopping facilities. Three levels,  family room, formal dining room, brick fireplace in  sunny living room. Landscaped grounds, plus ass.  mortgage ottered at $119,500. Call Eva 886-7126  or 886-8194.  QUALITY FIRST FOR $107,500... No. 814  On this quiet cul-de-sac. This well-built 3 bdrm  rancher features, a lovely kitchen, with a separate  eating area with a wood-burning stove. Beautiful  wood windows enhance the appearance of this  1600 sq. ft. home - a delight to show. For viewing  please call Lynda at 886-7352 or Wendy at 886-  8076.  READY TO BUILD No. 736  Then this 60 x 120 fully serv'ced lot is for you.  Located one block from beach on quiet cul-de-  sac. Added bonus of view and garage or  workshop for the asking price of $47,500. Call  Lynda 886-7352.  CHECK IT OUT-  10y,% MORTGAGE $129,500 No. 818  On this 3 or 4 bdrm family home offering almost  1800 sq. ft. of living space. Penthouse master  bedroom with full bathroom and sitting room  gives busy parents the privacy and quietness  desired. Many other extras including unique  freestanding fireplace, heated workshop, paved  driveway ��� parking area, large kitchen, fully  fenced and landscaped front yard. To view call  Lynda 886-7352.  HERE TODAY-  GONE TOMORROW No. 857  The availability of this kind of acreage is rare.  Secluded, treed, 4.54 acres bordering Soames  Park. Priced to sell at $69,500. Call Lynda 886-  7352.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� CONRAD RD.No. 813  This 1344 sq. fl. 3 bdrm double wide located on  1.75 of an acre, features ensuite 3 piece plumbing,  family room complete with bar, built-in china  cabinet, lots of storage and cupboard space.  Attached 24 x 24 garage. Land already cleared  Landscaping needed lo make this one a beauty.  Call tor appointment to view. Judy Eldred 885-  9226 or Eva Carsky 886 7126.  L WENDY BODT  886-8076  -GIBSONS 886-8194    SECHELT 885-2235  EVA CARSKY    JUDY ELDRED  886-7126 885-9226  LYNDA HICKMAN    CAROL SKINNER     BILL WALKEY  886-7352 886-9154 885-5327 Sunshine Coast Realtor, July 10, 1981  13  anderson  REALTY LTD  FREE CATALOGUE  WATERFRONT  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT:  1.47 acres with hydro, phone,  water and cable T.V. at the road.  Excellent exposure. Full price  $99,900. Call Don 885-9504. #39  DAVIS BAY: Semi-waterfront  home on level lot just across the  road from a beautiful beach for  swimming and fishing. Home is  1182 sq. ft. with 2 bedrooms, lft  baths and fireplace. Lot is 9000 sq.  ft. with double carport and separate workshop. To view call Don 885-  9504. #111  Sechelt  885-3211  Boi 131* VON 3AO  ���3I5Z��  i5isSSa��  REALTY LTD  esMtftt  An exclusive waterfront development  "TERMS NOW AVAILABLE"  20% down balance at 15%  - Watt riront Properly -  from $95,000  * 5 minutes ftum Sit hell  * Southern exposure  iV.im   TitHFrefl  684-8016  * Paved roads  * CrViircdand level  fSx,     ���Tvv*.Vv   V��-���  ft      ,    ���������  Hill Hllttad  885-9986 886-2923  - Boug '  Joyet  886-2761  Frirrk  Ingham  885-5336  mmmm  Haddtn  669-9504 Sunshine Coast Realtor, July 10, 1981  lerson  REALTY LTD  FREE  CATALOGUE  Sechelt  885-3211  Box 1219, VON 3AO  GHHZ��  PM Estate Service  anderson  REALTY LTD  Vaneouvtr ToN Fnm  884-8018  HOMES  HOMES  HOMES  REDROOFFS ROAD: One acie+ with large trees and 1186 sq.  2 bedroom, full basement home. Bus transportationby the  door, cablevision. Country living at its best. Asking $149,900.  Try your offer with Doug.       # 100  LOTS  UNSURPASSED SOUTHERN VIEW PROPERTY:  Located in Ihe newest area of Davis Bay. Cleared and ready to  build. 70' x 150'. Building scheme for your protection. Let's talk!  Bob Bull or Frank Ingham. $66,000. ��75  SANDY HOOK ROAD: Lot 48 just listed! One of the best  "real" view lots in the area. Vendor will take financing. Asking  $39,900. Contact Frank Ingham with offers. 11113  COOPER & CONNOR - % ACRE PROPERTIES: $39,000  with buy you all the land you'll ever need. Excellent buy. Call  Bob Bull or Frank Ingham. #35, 37  NEW SUBDIVISION ��� SARGEANTS BAY: View and  building lots now available. Our staff has a great incentive to sell,  sell, sell! Call us now. Let's Deall Deal! Deal!  COOPER ROAD: Large cleared lot ��� 97 x 206 ft. with culvert  and power in and a small trailer for recreation or to camp in  while you build your dream home. Vendor will sell for $48,000  for everything or try your offer. Don 885-9504. #110  LAND ON SALE: These excellent % acre lots have just been  reduced from $45,000 to $39,000. There were three but 2  remain. Make your selection ��� quickly. Contact Bob Bull or,  Frank Ingham. #35 & 37'  TRAIL ISLAND VIEW: Extra large view lot on Mason Road.  14,000 sq. ft. Take the trail behind my sign and you'll be  surprised at the gentle slope and ease of building. One of a kind.  Stan Anderon. $65,000. ��24  WEST SECHELT ��� PRIVATE VIEW PROPERTY: Tall  trees and winding driveway to cleared building site. Full  southern exposure. 0.6 acres. Hydro, telephone & water.  Contact Frank Ingham or Bob Bull. #95  FAWN ROAD ��� POTENTIAL VIEW: Huge lot in the order of  92 x 409+. It's well Ireed and gently sloping with view possibilities  of Sargeant Bay. For sale at $49,900. Direct all offers to Bob  Bull or Frank Ingham. #87  REDROOFFS RANCH'- PHASE II: New area.'Selectively  cleared and level. Building restrictions. Four half acre lots  available. $45,0/10 Call Slan Hilstad or Gordie Hall.��41 & 42  SECRET COVE - PAINTER hOAD: One u, the tew  residential properties available in this rapidly expanding area.  Walk to the marina, restaurant, pub or condo. 102' wide by 346'  long. Price reduced to $44,000. Bob Bull and Frank Ingham  have Ihe details. #71  REDROOFFS RANCH - PHASE I: One of the most popular  areas on the coast. Build in a protected area of excellent homes.  Well treed and level. Offered by Bob Bull or Frank lngham.#79  REDROOFFS RANCH: Lot 36 has m feel on me roau and  207 feetonthesidesso you have plenty of scope for your quality  home. There is a partial sea view, with hydro, phone, water,  cable T.V. and bus at the road. Covenants protect your  investment. Full price $47,500. Call Don at 8859504.    #103  LANGDALE ��� WOODLAND ROAD: Panoramic view of  Howe Sound just minutes from the Ferry. New private drive just  installed. Two well treed and gently sloping lots. $45,000 each.  Frank Ingham. #1 & 2  ISLAND VIEW ROAD - ONLY 1 AVAILABLE: Panoramic  view lot in exclusive area of custom homes. The driveway  culvert and building site are in. Vendor prefers terms. Call Jack,  #84  MT. RICHARDSON RD: Lot 115 is marly level and easy to  build on. Hydro, phone & water are at the road, and it passed a  perk test in April. It adjoins the Sechelt Forest. Full Price  $35,000. Call Don at 885-9504. #21  UPLANDS RD: Lot 19 is very private with some nice trees and  a small stream through it. It is located just a block from a public  beach. Good value at only $26,500 full price. Call Don at 885-  9504. #23  "FEATURED HOME  OF THE WEEK"  WILSON ROAD: Picture yourself in this brand new home.  Over 1600 sq. ft. of modern living on sunny lot. This home hasa  beautiful cedar ceiling throughout the kitchen, living and dining  rooms. Maintenance free siding. Master with shower in extra-  large ensuite, Heatilator fireplace with wood box. Bay window.  Vendor will take another lot as partial payment. For viewing call  Bob Bull or Frank Ingham. #106  DAVIS BAY - ARBUTUS DRIVE: Executive home in new  subdivision. 1346 sq. ft. of 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, ensuite with  shower and including: vaulted ceilings, cedar feature walls, 2  brick fireplaces, skylights and dishwasher. Quality and luxury at  the right price. Offered by Bob Bull 885-2503. #10  SELMA PARK VIEW HOME: Nearly finished view home in  Selma Park. Very well constructed with all modern  conveniences including heat pump with reverse cycle air  conditioning, 3 bedrooms, den, dining room & kitchen with  eating nook. All new homes of good quality in this area. A must  to see if you enjoy quality. Full price $199,500. Call Stan  Anderson or Stan Hilstad for more information. #101  EXECUTIVE HOME ��� QUALITY PLUS: Advertising can  not do justice to this one of a kind luxury home. Top quality  craftsmanship and design in this contractor's private residence.  3,000 plus sq. ft. of cedar walls, skylights and sundecks.  Features include: central vacuum system, sauna in ensuite and  custom solid mahagony cabinets. Viewing by appointment only.  [Offered exclusively by Bob Bull and Frank Ingham.       #405  $119,500 - SEAVIEW ROAD: Unique three level, three  bedroom home tucked away on a gorgeous view lot. Over 1400  sq. ft. of West Coast living at its finest. Shake roof, cedar siding,  massive sundeck and fireplace. Call Stan Anderson.        #20  SOMETHING SPECIAL ��� VILLAGE HOME: What better  time to buy a revenue home at a very special price! Recently  redecorated home consisting of 3 bedrooms, 2 levels and  spacious basement, Plenty of room for a suite. Large backyard  and lots of storage space for just $79,900, This is a real buy. Call  Stan Anderson. #16  9.5 ACRES AND IMMACULATE HOME: A quiet West  Sechelt setting for this extra clean 4 bedroom rancher. Central  vacuum system, 3 bathrooms, aluminum siding and carport.  Approximately % the acreage is cleared and there is plenty of  year round water available. Where can you buy an acre for  $25,000 with such features? Attractive financing also available.  Let's deal now! Offered by Frank Ingham and Bob Bull.   #80  NEW SEA VIEW - LOT 54 - DAVIS BAY: Close to public  beach. Two level home ideal for in-law suite with separate  entrance. Good view from both levels. 2 sets plumbing plus  ensuite in master bedroom. Over 2000 sq. ft., with w/wcarpets.  3 bedrooms up. Workroom, laundry room. Carport & sundeck.  Cement drive. Good value $149,500. F.P. Call Jack 885-2053.  #9  SELMA PARK - PANORAMIC VIEW: 1600 sq. ft. 3  bedroom, full basement and garage. Fireplace, Jenn-aire range  and oven, two door fridge-freezer and dishwasher. Built-in  vacuum system. 134' x 200* landscaped treed property. Asking  $165,000. Call Jack. #91  ROBERTS CREEK: Brand new 3 bedroom home - carport ���  utility storage ��� full basement. Immediate possession. F.P.  $120,000. Call Doug for appointment to view. #74  WEST SECHELT ��� CERAMICS?: This home is already set  Aip for the business, but easy to convert. 1320 sq. ft., 3  bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, rec. room, family room and enclosed  garage. Large sundeck with fully landscaped and fenced-in  back yard. Financing no problem with $45,000 at 11!$% due in 4  years. Open to offers at $129,000 by Bob Bull or Frank Ingham.  #25  SECHELT VILLAGE ��� SALMON DRIVE: Drive by this "one  of a kind" home within walking distance of stores and schools.  There are 1636 sq. ft. of family living with all 3 bedrooms on the  second floor plus a study. Main floor features family room,  sunken living room and fireplace. Also a double carport. Asking  $139,900. Stan Anderson. #18  DAVIS BAY - WHITAKER ROAD:  * 2 minutes to store, beach and restaurant  * 1120 sq. ft., 2 storey, 3 bedrooms  * skylight, flue fireplace  * garage, large deck, great view  Call Frank Ingham. #11  $40,000 at 10%% DUE NOVEMBER '83 - LETS DEAL:  Attractive 3 bedroom home in popular West Sechelt with extra  large sundeck, double carport and separate 12' x 20' garage.  Airtight, cedar walls and skylight. Very neat and clean. Bob Bull  and Frank Ingham invite your inspection. #112  FOR UNDER $100,000: you can have a home with a view of  the ocean and easy access to the beach. The lot faces south ft,  the end of a quiet dead end road. A lovely creek cuts through the  back corner of the property. The house has 2 fireplaces: in living  room and rec. room. All this located in sunny Roberts Creek. To  view call Gordie at 885-3211 or 885-9986. Asking price $94,500.  #77  WATERFRONT  '���I'tXtsW*  fir  ��� ******  1  Wv ]  * "���  ^J8  i  ']������  |V^VDL*  . RUBY LAKE: Lease cabin reduced to $35,000.         ��67  ill-.    ������                                                                              ���      ".��.                                                            .HW'-WfjUaU"*-'.'V."  SANDY HOOK: lOTo? waterfront. Difficult lo get to but very  private once there. Off Porpoise Drive. Asking $65,000 and  open to offers. Contact Frank Ingham. II114  HALFMOON BAY ��� TAYLOR CRESCENT: Fully serviced  waterfront lot in exclusive area of deluxe homes. Full southern  exposure. Excellent building sites. $114,900. Call Gordie #85  DAVIS BAY ��� SUNSETS GALORE: Beautiful waterfront  property on the best beach of the coast. Very private and partly  landscaped lot is approximately % acre. Stairs could be built to  the water. View with Bob Bull 8852503 $90,000 but owner  looking for offers. #12  EARLS COVE WATERFRONT LOT: Level building site,  partly in garden. Approximate size 80* x 250*. Excellent well,  hydro and phone at road. Great view, easy path to water. Full  price $90,000. Call Don 885-9504. tm,  BARGAIN HARBOUR: Waterlront lot, over half acre,  recently perked, driveway in, hydro, water and phone at road.  Full price $85,000. Call Don at 885-9504 or 885-3211.     #47  SECHELT ��� SANDY BEACH PLUS: Cozy cottage with  fireplace and sundeck. The view is Ihe best In the area. With a  boat launch beside and salmon in the front yard. Offered at  $149,000 and 72' waterfront. Have Frank Ingham or Bob Bull  arrange a viewing. #22  SECRET COVE: V, acre plus 91 ft. of waterfront property. This  land is treed and has tremendous potential. The waterfront is  tidal but not rocky so deep water access Is possible with  dredging. Last year's price $79,900. Stan Hilstad. #109  Hall  ���85-9986  Jon  855-2761  ���85-533  -9804 '���'" ''���'���'������' ��������� '.���'.'������..������-.������.���.���...'    .. ,���/..    .,..'.'.���,  ���> ���'���.���'.'',���'.���',������.���',���',������.������.-',>���,''.>���..'..'.',.���..',.',',>,W'.',',','.'.-'/.'.'  Sunshine Coast Realtor, July 10, 1981  . e.-.tt,'t<t  '15  anderson  REALTY LTD  FREE CATALOGUE  HOMES  m  BARGAIN HARBOUR: Discover and enjoy Bargain Harbour  with the view from this well-built and maintained home on Cris  Way. Features include 2 heatilator fireplaces, large covered  sundeck, and carport, rec. room with fireplace and wet bar, 3  bedrooms, living room, dining room and kitchen with nook.  Along with the view come all appliances, drapes and carpeting.  To view call Bill Hunsche 883-2637or 8839525$144,000.  #49j  COMMERCIAL  ��� PRIME COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: with Highway 101  lionlagt; In Gibsons Approximatt-ly 4 subdrviddbk> acres in two  wpc.rc.ltj parcel*. Rc>xJy lo develop .md atxvd to sell Gini.ni  Frank Ingham 885 5336 ot Bob Bull 885 2503 Vancouver Toll  Fre�� 684 8016 j"84  SECHELT VILLAGE - COMMERCIAL LOT: Thu 50* x  176' commercial lol is centrally located in Ihe bmiiwis district  Great invesimeni properly. See Bob Bull lor detail*. 177,000.  "17  COMMERCIAL CORNER: Ma*on & Norwest Bay Rd.  18.000 sq, Il ol commercial land suitable (or a mini supermarket  or combination country prodiicemarketlocaledma well willed  area Busy crossroad area adjacent to an expanding school and  no comptjiition. On site Irving quaiier* permitted F.P.  $129,000 Call Stan Anderson 8852385. B853211 "28  GOING CONCERN! UPTOWN LAUNDROMAT: Steady  year round business Ideal lor svmireiired couple. All  equipment in excellent condition. Renewable lease on building.  Good location in upper Gibsons F.P. 155,000.120,000 DP.  balance al $500 per month 15% interest For info, call Jack at  8853211. HI  ROBERTS CREEK - PRIME DEVELOPMENT PROPER-  TV: 4.875 acre* noned R2J Lower Road frontage. Gentle  southern exposure and approximately half cleared Favourably  silualed one and a hall storey deluxe home Immediaie  development potential Termi Contact Frank Ingham     "W  Madeira Park  883-9S25  Box 98, VON 2HO  STARTER HOME: or summer retreat with fireplace on a large  lot on Front Rd. in Madeira Park. Priced to sell at $59,900. To  view call Doug Joyce 885 2761 or bill Hunsche_883-2637J108  A 2 YEAR OLD MODULINE MOBILE HOME: 14' x 70' in  immaculate condition on a large lot in Madeira Park. This home  is located on Harbour View Rd. and is close to the shopping  centre and schools. It comes with 5 appliances. Price $63,900.  To view call Bill Hunsche 883-2637 or 883-9525. #94  YOUR DREAM HOME: is now under construction. The  location is Lee Bay, lot #25, which allows you to enjoy the view of  famous Lee Bay and the majestic Malaspina Strait. This 1531.2  sq. ft. home will be nestled amongst orchard trees and a small  creek. The home is a quality Jenish design two storey with  basement entry. Buy now and have your choice of the finishing  details, such as carpets, cabinets, etc. This home is situated in  an exclusive subdivision, with several restrictive covenants  which will protect one's personal and financial interests. Price  $190,000. For more information please call Bill Hunsche 883-  2637 or 883 9525. #97  COMFORTABLE 900 SQ. FT. 3 BEDROOM HOME:  located on a large level lot, with several trees and lawn in. This  home is located close to amenit ves and is but 2 blocks away from  water and a government float. With $25,000 down, owner will  carry the balance at attractive terms. Included in the price of  $69,900 will be new flooring and a fridge and stove. To view call  Bill Hunsche 883-2637 or 883-9525. #81  RONDEVIEW RD: An ideal well-equipped and built family  home. 1232 sq. ft. located on Rondeview Rd. Features include  master bedroom with ensuite and 3 additional bedrooms,  modem kitchen with Jennaire and all appliances, 2 fireplaces,  living room, dining room and a large sundeck with carport.  Accompanying this fine home is a recently built enclosed 2 car  garage. This home is situated on a landscaped lot in a quiet  neighbourhood. To view, call Bill Hunsche 883 2637 - 883-9525.  $121,500. #54  1300 SQ. FT. RANCHER ON W1LDWOOD RD: Quality  built home under construction includes enclosed garage, stone  and brick fireplace, skylights, 3 bedrooms on a level treed 95' x  200' lot. F.P. $125,000. Call Bob Beaupre 885-3531.        #83  Ttiftw  684-8010  WATERFRONT SECLUSION FOR SALE: II you are ready  to pay the price for waterfront, you can also nave privacy. The  sound ol waves on a deserted beach, not traffic or neighbours is  what you will hear Irom this 5 year old energy efficient home of  1150 sq. ft. On the upper bench of this steep south sloping  property is perhaps the nicest porous concrete tennis court in  B.C. 152,000 assumable mortgage at 11% and owner  understands creative financing. F.P. $305,000 for 3 acres with  200* of waterfront. 2nd home permitted with R 2 zoning. View  wjlh Bob 885-3531. #38  WATERFRONT LOTS AND ACREAGE  LEE BAY WATERFRONT: Spectacular easy access  waterfront shores of Lee Bay at the entrance lo Pender Harbour  A quality subdivision with southwestern exposure and fabulous  aiew. A fisherman's delight, a relaxer's paradise. Lots are fully  serviced including sewer and nicely treed. All lots are covered  by a building scheme to ensure highest quality construction.  Lot 01 - 19,053 sq. It. - $118,900  Lot 02 - 16,835 sq. ft. - $118,900  Lot 09 - 21,399 sq. ft. - $099,900  Lot 10 - 15,371 sq. ft. - $097,900  Lot 12 - 16,566 sq. ft. - $097,900  Lol 13 - 25,629 sq. It. - $097,900  2 DWELLINGS ARE PERMnTED ON THIS 1.47 ACRES:  100' of waterfront in Redrooffs. From your 18' trailer with a large  sundeck you will witness unsurpassed views of the Merry bland  lighthouse, Georgia Straight and Vancouver bland. Lawn,  hydro, water and driveway are in. Price $118,500. To view call  Bill Hunsche 8832637 or 883-9525. #33  WATERFRONT: and your own majestic view of Lee Bay and  Malaspina Strait. This is an excellent waterfront building lot and  a Must See. Price $129,000. To view call Bill Hunsche 8839525  or 883 2637. #57  MAGNIFICENT WATERFRONTHOME: Under construe  tion, a 2600 sq. ft. architect designed west coast contemporary  home which drapes over a 4/10 of an acre site, with 130'+ of  waterfront. The home layout and plan takes optimum  advantage of a south westerly exposure and one of the most  picturesque locations on the B.C. coast, namely Lee Bay and  the Malaspina Strait. The tinted double parted windows will  totally expose several incredible views, for a proud owner to  enjoy and discover each day. The home will feature a unique  design with optimum space utilization and an abundance of  sundecks with a courtyard entrance, highlighted by cedar siding  to express the West Coast theme. This home is situated in the  Lee Bay subdivision which has several restrictive covenants to  protect one's personal as well as financial interests. There are  many more features and facets to this exciting home and  property too numerous to list, so for further information, please  call Bill Hunsche 8832637 or 8839525.  WELL BUILT AND MAINTAINED: 1025 sq.ft.home ona!<  acre* terraced lot with 115' of waterfront with its own dock ant  sheltered deep water moorage. There is power and water to the  dock. The home features a large sundeck and living room with a  Franklin fireplace, 2 bedrooms and 1 '-, bathrooms, cozy kitchen  and many appliances, with a self-contained suite downstairs.  Also carport, workshop, boat shed and paved driveway. F.P.  8220.000 To view call Bill Hunsche 883 2637 or 8839525 #51  PAQ LAKE ��� SUBDIVIDE: 7.1 acres overlooking the  picturesque lake and the ocean. Owner is just completing the  road. Super views. Plenty of timber. Vendor will take back $ at  12%!! Offered at $130,000. For further information contact  Frank Ingham 885-5336 or Vancouver Toll Free 684 8016 ��102  4!4 ACRES IN MADEIRA PARK: Next to shopping centre.  R3L zoning permits '/, acre lots. Excellent holding property as  there are 2 stores & 2 homes on property with a potential  revenue of $1,470 per month. Owner will carry some financing.  For more information call Bob or Bill 883-9525. #46  1.8 ACRES: ol westerly sloping view property Lol 29 in Lee Bav  -.ubdivision has sewer and services at lot line. An exclusive  development with restrictions to protect and insure your  investment. Call Bob 8853531. F.P. $79,000. #65  LOTS AND ACREAGE: Lot 30 on Lee Bay Rd. in Irvines  Landing. 1.85 acres ol fantastic view property in new subdivision  priced at $79,000. To view call Bill Hunsche 883-9525 or 883-  2637. m  EXCELLENT BUILDING LOT: on Madeira Park Rd. Very  suitable for a small commercial building or the home ol. your  choice. Price $44,500. To view call Bill Hunsche 8B32637.H88  A TOUCH OF COUNTRY LIVING: On 8 acres! of gentle  sloping land in Kleindale with a 5 year old 700 sq. ft. Panabode  with full basement. The property is well treed and has a creek on  it. To view call Bill Hunsche 883-2637 or 883.9525. F.P.  $118,500. #89  2 ACRES - KLEINDALE: An exceptional 2 acre site in  Kleindale. The power is at the property line and the well has  been drilled. This property offers t rees and a gent le slope wit h a  good exposure. Price $55,000. To view call Bill Hunsche 883  2637 or 883-9525. #104  YOUR OWN MAJESTIC VIEW OF GARDEN BAY  LAKE: This is a large bt 100' x 163' with a gentle slope and  excellent building sites. The bt is 66' from the lake and is fully  serviced with power and water at road. Priced $39,000. To view  call Bill Hunsche 8832637 or 8839525. #82  LOVELY RURAL 2 ACREt SETTING IN KLEINDALE:  Property has building site cleared, driveway in and the well has  been drilled, with power al the front lot line. A sound investment  for $49,900. To view call Bill Hunsche 883-9525 - 8832637J93  BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITIES   ��BKL  PENDER HARBOUR: Boatworks with waterlront and 1800  sq. ft. contemporary home situated on 21 ? acres at the head of  Pender Harbour. This is an excellent business opportunity  along with a lovely home for the right individual. For more  information call Bill Hunsche 8839525 or 883-2637. ��60  1 ACRE ON LAGOON RD: In Madeira Park. Zoning permit I,  acre lots. Priced al $65,000. Conlact Bill Hunsche 883 9525or  883-2637 #52  FOR RENT: 2700 sq. fl. of retail area in Madeira Park. For  more information, call Bill or Bob 883 9525  Anderson  885-2053  HuntetM  ���83-2937  ���ob  ���on  885-2503  B-Mupr*  ���55-3531  An  8854 Sunshine Coast Realtor, July 10, 1981  883-2794  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD  PRICED TO SELL  Appealing 3 bedroom home on Francis Peninsula, Features include ensuite plumbing, 2 fireplaces  and sundeck with carport under. Full high basemenl is roughed-ln (or finishing and includes sub-  floor & wiring. 1086 sq. It. ol good wine at $94,500  GOOD INVESTMENT AT EARLS COVE  1.49 acres ol ocean view property adjacent lo ferry termin.il. There's an old homestead plus a 42' x  10' mobile home..both in need of attention. Property is zoned R3L and is a sale place to put your  money at the askmy pine ol $65,000.  ARE YOU CONSIDERING A SALE  OF YOUR PROPERTY?  We would be pleased to offer  our opinion as to its current market value  and  We have prospects tor till types ol property  New Low Rates On  HOUSE INSURANCE  John Breen  ���. .       ,���, .  n   .        ���,   Jock Hermon  8fiQ 997S      Highway 101 at Francis Peninsula Rd.        Hfi^-2745  AELBERS REAL ESTATE  .* ���PAPA APPRAISALS INC.  Loc*l*d at lhc Old Grunihwnt Slur*  Mirint Dr.. Grantham* Landing  886-9238 886-8640 922-7814  ^   Petet Aelbers I  Dfin I int.nl  NK5-:mN  HOPKINS LANDING $48,000  One of Ihe last view lots available in this area. Make an offer with a third  down and Ihe vendor may carry Ihe rest.  RUBY LAKE $53,000  5 acres, driveway constructed, small travel trailer on property for summer  accommodation. Well treed-with two building sites prepared.  MARTIN ROAD $74,500  2 bedroom older house, excellent interior, foundation for 16ft. additional  rear, excellent view over Howe Sound, close to all amenities.  TUWANEK - SANDY HOOK From $31,500  3 lots, good view, within walking distance of beach and boat launching.  ROBERTS ROAD, STILLWATER  POWELL RIVER $65,000  2-.. acre hobby farm with an existing 30 - 40 year old home in a good state of  repair. The square footage is approximately 1.008. There is one bedroom  down with room for two more in the loft area. There is also a mobile home  pad and barn, workshop situated on the property.  WATERFALL & PRIVACY $43,000  This unique lot is located in the popular Roberts Creek area and is ready  to build on as a health permit has been issued.  WATERFRONT - GOWER POINT ROAD $89,000  One half acre waterfront lot with a small 400��sq. ft. cabin located on the  public esplanade. Can be subdivided into two lots.  MEMBER SUNSHINE COAST HEAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION  886-2417  soaulew Place  Hwy 101. Gibsons  Harry Howard 886-7307  s<min  922-2017  (tfancouuer Toil Free)  Treu Goddard 886-2417  Over 3,000 sq. ft. of living space featuring a large  open main floor. The first class view ol Gibsons  Harbour can be appreciated from either the  sundeck off Ihe living room or the large third floor  master bedroom with ils ensuite and Jacuzzi. The  home has two more bedrooms on the main. All  this on a half acre of guaranteed privacy. Asking  $135,000  HOMES  I0USE ON SUB0IVIDABLE LOT"  The indications are that this large 97 x 187 lot may  be divided into two excellent properties. The  house has 1340 sq. ft. on the mam Hoot featuring 3  bedrooms, kitchen-dining area, living room with  large fireplace. Downstairs has a finished family  room, workshop and root cellar. All of this and  the central Gibsons location make this property  well worth an inspection. Asking $135,000.  This super family home has four bedrooms, a  large open living room wilh a sundeck thai looks  oul over Howe Sound. The house is situated on a  gently sloping well ireed lot. The proximity to the  ferry makes this an ideal set up for the commuter.  Asking $98,500.  HOUSE ON ACREAGE  This cozy two bedroom Roberts Creek home is  on 2.5 acres of land. Just minutes from Ihe beat h  and stores this property is the perfect small  country estate. Asking only 996,500.  $75,000 AT 13%  The vendor will carry $75,000 at 13% on this  qualily Gibsons home. The house is a brand new  1840sq. It. Rancher wi��h (our bedrooms,master  with ensuite, large family room off kitchen with  wood stove. Sliding glass door, patios. Huge lOOx  237 It. lol. This home is a musl lo see! Asking  $137,500.  ��3  i **#'   j   .   ��� ,  LAN6DALC.VMCA1  A beautilul selling lor a solid lamily home. The  house is a 1440 sq. It. Rancher wilh loui  bedrooms, large kitchen, living room with  fireplace and a lol more. The lot is 82 x 162 leel  well landscaped and very privale. Asking  $115,000  NEW LISTING  UNDER CONSTRUCTION ��� GIBSONS  Come in and see the plans for this 1416sq. ft. new  home.  LOTS  HIGH ON A HILL  You get a panoramic view ol Howe Sound from  this Grantham's view lot, Privacy and level terrain  make this an idea! building site. Asking $56,900  ROBERTS CREEK ��� COACH ROAD  A half acre of gently sloping view property in quiel  jural surroundings Asking $55,000  CHERYL ANN PARK ROAD  Large building lol in an area ol quality homes.  Asking $48,000.  GRANTHAMS LOT  Potential view from  this building lol  hidden  amongst the trees Asking $35,500.  ACREAGE  SUBDIVIDABLE ACREAGE  1.25 level acres zoned R2L. Application has been  made with the Highways Dept. lor a 4 lot  subdivision on this Pratt Rd. acreage. Lot sizes  are 61.8' x 195.5'. One lot has a well maintained 2  bedroom, 1540* sq. (t. house on it. This whole  package is a beauty and the asking price is only  $190,000  SECHELT PARKLAND  I'.i acres of semi-waterfront inlet view properly.  This beautiful piece of land borders a natural bird  sanctuary and park only seconds from the  government dock. The real bonus is thai the  zoning is mullifamilyand the package comes with  plans and permits for a 33 unit condominium  complex. Asking $550,000.  GULF ISLAND WATERFRONT  6+ acres with 450 ft. of level waterfront on  beautiful Reid Island situated between Pender  and Gabriola Islands. This secluded retreat would  make an ideal group purchase. Asking $100,000.


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