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 ictoria  LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Parliament Buildings.  VICTORIA. B.C.  V8V 1X4  82 I  1  Questions raised on political changes  $-+��������?  A meeting of elected representatives was held in Gibsons  council chambers Monday, July 20. The members discussed the  reports of the three committees struck to look into the effects of  the 'ministerial suggestion' to restructure local government.  These committees attempted to deal with the ramifications the  restructuring would have on the existing facilities, public works  services and the financial implications of becoming one or more  district municipalities.  The five options given the local authorities by the Deputy  Minister of Municipal Affairs, Chris Woodward are:  Option 1: That the entire Sunshine Coast form one district  municipality; Option 2: That two district municipalities be formed, Greater Gibsons and Greater Sechelt; Option 3: That three  district municipalities 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, meaning all decisions would be made for  these two areas by the provincial government; Option 5: That  the status quo be maintained minus the provincial funding for  sewer and water line extensions.  A sixth option was mentioned at the meeting Monday that  would see the Villages maintaining the status quo while the  outlying regional areas form a district municipality. In essence,  this would mean that Gibsons and Sechelt could not expand or  grow outside their existing boundary lines.  Alderman/Director Brian Stelck told the Coast News that  Sechelt in any event would not entertain the sixth option as the  Village was already in process of negotiating boundary extensions in the form of amalgamation before the announcement  from the ministry to consider restructuring.  On Monday the board and councils agreed that they would  only consider three of the six options; restructuring into one  district municipality for the whole of the Sunshine Coast; or,  forming three district municipalities (Gibsons,  Sechelt and  Pender Harbour); or maintaining the status quo without Ihe  provincial assistance grants that would mean certain curtailment;  of development and sewer and water line extensions.  The committee reports on facilities and public works were said  to be rendered impotent with the lack of facts and figures to support the arguments of forming one or more district  municipalities.  "We have come up with more questions than answers", sum-  mariied Stelck, "But it was important to go through this exercise. On this basis we will know what questions to ask of the  Minister when he comes to the Coast for the July 30 meeting."  The minutes of the public works committee meeting, chaired  by Sechelt Mayor Bud Koch read: "After considerable discussion it was difficult to come to any definite decisions on the level  of public works services unless more information is received  from Municipal Affairs concerning possible restructuring."  The minutes of the local government facilities, chaired by  More questions thin answers! The directors of the regional board tad the Village of Gibsons aid Sechell  Monday last week to dUcuis the committee report! on the rMnlflatttOM of rrati^cturi-fraJbrtJoMlpveriagL  Gibsons Alderman Bill Edney Mated; "While no specific conclusions were drawn the committee did make some observations for  consideration. 1) It is highly unlikely that there will be a reduction in staff from the present levels. 2) If the fire departments  were brought under a single jurisdiction, a full-time chief and  possibly a deputy could be considered. Under multiple organizations such action may not have merit. 3) If a single organization  were considered, sub-regional offices should be established (present facilities). 4) Provincial Parks presently maintained and  operated by the parks branch should continue under their  jurisdiction even though they may be within the boundaries of a  new municipal organization. S) The committee briefly considered political representation in a large organization and consider the 'ward system' unacceptable.  Perhaps the most valuable report was the eight page financial  statement prepared by Stelck and administrator for Gibsons,  Jack Copland.  "In order to give a factual report, we based the study on two  types of restructuring," Hid Stelck, "The idea of one district  municipality or three. We also used the 1979 population figures  with a 5Ti growth factor for each yew."  In the report the municipalities were divided into three: one, a  municipality called the Gibsons Area Municipality which Included electoral Areas 'E' and 'F'; another called the Central Area  Municipality which included Areas 'B\ 'C and 'D' and the  Village of Sechelt; and the third, the Pender Area Municipality  which included all of area 'A'.  Stelck told the Coast News that Area 'D' (Roberts Creek) was  lumped with the central area municipality because the director  of that area Harry Almond, had stated that if hit area had to  become part of one or another mundpality, Gibsons or Sechelt,  it would pick the latter. Gibsons Alderman Larry Labonte said   ! Please Inns to Page Twelve.  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 28,1981  Volume 35, Number 30  I* �� * ���  o *  %A flVMCAMP  A delighted Miss Sea Cavalcade Queen 1981, Jennifer Dixon, receives a trophy donated by Eileen and Mike Poppel, left, while  Gibsons Mayor Lorraine Goddard looks on. The Village of Gibsons gave Miss Cedar Plaza, who was selected as Queen from  eight candidates, a cheque for $500. at the climax of the entertaining Queen Pageant Friday night. . vm p.,���aii moto  Seen unnecessary  Davis Bay 'by-pass' opposed  . Opposition seems to be growing, as two letters to the editor  show, to' a proposed 'collector' road the Department of  Highways has planned for the Davis Bay area. (See page 3)  "The collector road will run parallel to the existing Highway  101 and the proposed by-pass on the hydro right-of-way," said  an area resident, Brian Haslett, "We feel we are having a road  pushed onto us that we neither want nor need."  Vendors find a home  Sechelt Indian Band Chief, Calvin Craigan has resolved  the controversy and recent flood of concern that the Davis  Bay mobile merchants have caused residents and  businessmen alike.  The travelling merchants, whose presence has caused  petitions for and against their selling of wares on the beach  side have found a permanent home next to the Sechelt Indian Band Office across from St. Mary's Hospital. The  price - 10% discount to all native people of the Indian  Band on the fresh market produce in exchange for the rent-  free spot.  "We didn't want to charge them, and they seemed to  think it a fair exchange for the permanent location," said  Chief Craigan.  Women's shelter  The Ministry of Human Resources has recently made  $50,000.00 aVailable for a facility to shelter battered  women in the area. This money is for use until the end of  March 1982, with an additional $5,000.00 for start up costs  and capital expenditures.  A public meeting will be held on Monday August 10th at  7:30 p.m. in the Sechelt Municipal Office to present further information concerning what the money can provide,  to get ideas from the community concerning how it might  best be used in our area and to identify persons who would  be interested in and available to serve on a working Board  g^of Directors for the Shelter.  o ease Lower Village congestion  Gibsons to enforce parking laws  Haslett told the Coast News that a municipal lawyer has been  hired who will pull the Department of Highways files and make  them available to the public on the transfer of land.  "The Department of Highways has already been collecting  property along the way. There are 13 to 17 properties that will be  directly affected on Fir Road and also another 130 lots from a  proposed subdivision in the area," said Haslett.  The collector road will pass by the back yards of many  residential homes and the Davis Bay Elementary School. The affected properties will be consequently devalued.  One resident told the Coast News that many people had  bought homes and property in the area for the 'quiet atmosphere' but now it is felt that with the construction of a 130  foot road, this will be destroyed.  Regional board chairman David Hunter told the Coast News  that many of the board members have been unhappy with the  proposed roads the Department of Highways have mapped out  for the Sunshine Coast.  "The board is most unhappy about the suggestion to put this  collector road through the area and we support the residents'  concerns. We will press the Department of Highways to reconsider this move," said Hunter.  The technical planning committee will look into the matter  and take the necessary steps.  In the event of restructuring the local government to form one  or more district municipalities, the local government will be  given the authority of an approving officer. This would see  recommendations coming from the Department of Highways to  the governing body which would then approve or disapprove of  the suggested road plan.  The status quo in the regional areas and the Village of Sechelt  sees the reverse of this happening. The Department of Highways  recommends and also has the last word on where roads will be  put.  Chairman Hunter told the Coast News that because this empowerment will not be available until restructuring is complete  (maybe a year) the board will use what pressure it has to help the  area residents.  Gibsons council will attempt to alleviate the congested parking situation in lower Gibsons by introducing a two-hour parking limit in the commercial area.  . "The signs have arrived and will be in place shortly," Public  Works chairman Alderman Larry Trainor told The Coast News.  I The cost of the metal signs came to $4,031. This includes signs  4o be placed along North Road and Hwy. 101 within the village  .^v-undary, indicating parkirjg restrictjgns on.those mi^or roadways, said trainor. * -���    -   ''���  '"'' T^"" '"���"    V ' "���*���."'-"  Trainor stated that the Sign and Traffic Bylaw approved by  Gibsons in 1973 has never been put into effect. With the hiring  of a full-time bylaw enforcement officer in the village, Val  Michaud, he expected the new parking limits will now be enforced.  Trainor said he presented his parking recommendations to  council for approval in April, after consultations with the  RCMP, the Department of Highways and the village's Public  Works Superintendent, Ron Webber.  On-street parking in the business area of lower Gibsons between Jack's Lane and the Post Office will be limited to two-hour  parking from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. This will include'the Municipal  parking lot adjacent to the Fire Hall and the wharf, where overcrowding by as many as 40-45 vehicles interferes with the  onloading and offloading of vessels, Trainor said.  Parking for 24 hours or longer by fishermen and island commuters will be assigned to the village property near the boat  launching ramp.  Most immediately affected by the new parking regulations are  residents of the five apartments adjacent to the Seaview Gardens  Restaurant, who have always utilized the eight spaces immediately in front of the building for their personal parking requirements.  On Tuesday, July 21, they requested that council give them  special consideration, to allow them longer than two-hour parking because of their unique residential situation in the commercial area.  Council decided the residents would have to comply with the  two-hour parking limit during business hours and could utilize  the spaces for their private use after 3 p.m. Council stated it was  the landlord's responsibility to provide suitable residential parking for the tenants, and the village's responsibility to provide  suitable access for customers in the commercial area.  For 44 businesses in the lower village, there are approximately  double the number of on-street parking spaces, and many  businesses use one or more of these for staff parking, effectively  limiting access to businesses by customers.  Those few businesses who have the space to provide private  parking for their customers find it is used as a public parking  area.    ON THE INSIDE...  Matthews' retrospect Page 2  Talent Show approaching Page 5  Book Look Page 5  Kids day in the park Page 6  Celtic High Tea Page 6  Fleming: Summer song Page 11  Hospitality Directory Page 12  Coast Guard ready Page 13  Battered women presentation Page 17  Business Director Page 18  Dogfish delicacies Page 21  Classified ads Pages 22 A 23  Crossword Puzzle Page 25  Pender seeking incorporation Page 26  Ken's Lucky Dollar owner, Alderman Bill Edney told council  he asks people not to park in his supermarket lot because by losing spots to people who are not hit customers, he loses business  revenue.  "People have told me they would like to shop in the lower  village, but they don't because they can't find a parkins spot,"  said Edney,  jQibipni, ttobw*^R*jii.��sspan-|; Asfoclwloo , (OHBA)  rJircusH-d.UK proi-kir * their July 23 meeting, suggesting that  council consider establishing two additional public parking afeas  in the lower village, one along a portion of School Road to accommodate 27 cars and another along Jack's Lane to help service the Marine Drive commercial area.  GHBA members agreed that parking spots equalled additional revenue for lower Gibsons merchants and decided parking  is a top priority in planning downtown improvements In the  lower village.  "We won't get any growth or any money to grow with, unless  we provide adequate parking.  "Council made a big mistake when they put in the Municipal  parking lot adjacent to the fire-hall (which holds about 30  cars)," Alderman Bill Edney told council. "They made it too  small."  Neville Conway P  You can Just see the heads of thb doe's twin fawns appearing  from behind the photographer's front porch. The whole family,  having crossed Marine Drive near Coiy Corners la Gibsons, was  seeking refuge from early-morning traffic and perhaps a  breakfast of Swiss Chard. I Coast News, July 28,1981  -IS- jOjjf M  A LOCALLY OWNED NEWSPAPER  Published at Gibsons, B.C. every   Tuesday, by Glassford Press Ue).  Box 460, Gibsons, VON 1V0  Phone 886-2622 or 886-7817  Pender Harbour enquiries, and all others. It  no answer from 686 numbers call 885-2770  Editorial Department:  John Burnside  Fran Bourassa  vene Parneli  George Matthews  Accounts Department:  MM Joe  Copy setting:  Wendy-Lynne Johns  Use Shendan  Connie Hawke  Advertising Department:  Fran Berger  Mark Hood  Jane McOual  SUBSCRIPTION RATES:  Canada $24.00 per year, $15.00 for 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  Nevtiie Conway  Sham H Sohn  Sherra Picketts  Bradley J Benson  Circulation  Joan H Foster  Stephen Carroll  Back In action  However pleasant it is to get away for  awhile it is always pleasant to come back  to the Sunshine Coast and never more so  than when this lovely place is bathed in  the full beauty of summer.  It is also pleasant to return from a Britain of screaming headlines about cities  burning in the night to And that one of the  lead stories in our little paper is about  whether or not fruit should be sold along  the highway.  Nobody got more exercised about the  issue than the Coast News itself and the  resultant furor which met a jet-lagged  editor when he presented himself for work  kept him bemused for two or three days.  With the televised fires of Liverpool still  fresh in the editorial mind it was difficult  to re-gear oneself for our local teapot  tempest.  Things were written and said that  perhaps would have been better unsaid  but almost as soon as it blew up, the  storm over the fruit sellers blew over with  the Sechelt Indian Band welcoming the  vendors onto their land.  Long may we continue to live in a society and in a community where the lights  that burn in the night are the lights by  which irate citizens pen their indignant  letters to the editor for or against the  roadside sale of fruit.  An issue of some moment  A second story which had broken during the editorial absence, however, if of  considerably more moment. The proposal  emanating from the provincial government that the entire Sunshine Coast  become one district municipality is obviously one that deserves careful pondering.  Local officials are reluctant to confess  that they were caught off guard by the  provincial proposal, pointing to the fact  that such a suggestion has been discussed  before. Nonetheless, it is apparent that  some of them at least were surprised by  the proposal and unsure how best to  react. Prominent local politicians who  first declared themselves unswervingly in  favour of one municipality within days  had declared themselves with equal fervour in favour of two.  None, with the exception of Joe Harrison, has yet declared themselves in  favour of the status quo. In a letter to the  editor when the story broke, Harrison  pointed out that while the short-term  benefits were considerable, future tax  burdens might well be much heavier with  policing costs and other expenses shifting  onto the local taxpayer.  On the one hand, the increased local  autonomy in such matters as highway  placement would be most welcome. On  the other, the explosion of growth which  might be expected in the first five years,  coming to an area which is already growing more rapidly than many residents can  welcome, must give us pause.  The only local voices which had been  apparently active in this quite sweeping  alteration in our political environment  have been those of the local Socreds under  the presidency of Duncan Sim. How fortunate Mr. Sim is, in being able after only  a brief residency to determine what is best  for his adopted home.  Of course, we mustn't overlook Director/Alderman Charles Lee who, however,  negligent the residents of Davis Bay feel  he has been in representing their interests,  (see letters to the editor this week) has certainly been indefatigable both locally  and in Victoria in pursuit of a new politial  map for the Sunshine Coast.  Whatever the impetus, the elected  representatives of the Sunshine Coast will  meet with a representative of the provincial government this week to discuss these  considerable issues. In the next few weeks  they are going to earn the stipends they  receive for providing political leadership  on the local level. May they consider well.  ...from the files of the COAST NEWS  v-'lk-.  ipsipa g  FIVE YEARS AGO  Sechelt Village Council agreed to  meet with representatives of the  local Arts Council, the Lions Club,  and the Chamber of Commerce to  discuss the possibility ol the Arts  Council being allowed to proceed  with the building of a log structure on  the corner of Hackett Park to serve as  an Arts Centre and possibly a tourist  Information booth.  TEN YEARS AQO  Last week eight young people on  the beach at Hopkins Landing worked hard at stubbing their toes on  rocks and cutting their feet on barnacles. When they were through they  had cleared much of the rock and  debris from the area used to teach  children's swimming lessons. Before  the clean-up young children had  found swimming lessons a most "defeating" experience. The six boys  were paid for their work.  FIFTEEN YEARS AGO  It's a 41-pounder! It was caught  early Sunday morning on the  mainland side of Gambler Island In  the region of Potlatch and Zorra Bays  about 8:30 a.m. when Chris Gooding  of Thunder Bay, Jet-vis Inlet and Len  Smeltzer of Vancouver felt a strong  bite. The battle to get It to the boat, a  small power cruiser, took three  quarters of an hour. The fish was too  large to land by net... Gooding said  when he first saw the size of the fish  he was startled.  TWENTY YEARS AQO  A Port Mellon girl heads the Vancouver list in recent Royal Conservatory Pi mo exsminatlons. Marily  Macey,*10 ynar old daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. J. Macey of Port Mellon  received 85% in grade 4 piano uxarn  to rank first <���-���' 158 Vancouver can  didates. Lyn Vernon of Gower Point  tied for 2nd place in her grade 10 exam with 80%.  TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AQO  Some classified ads:  Work   Wanted:   Sedentary   work  wanted by married man with family.  Available immediately. Can do painting. Phone Gibsons 8-H.  Tired, Weak Men! Get New Pep at 40,  SO, 60! Get new strength, pep and  energy the quick easy way that amazed thousands! Try Ostrex Tonic  tablets today. For weak rundown  tired out feeling at 40, SO or 60; conditions you might call getting old. They  stimulate, invigorate, revitalize and  energize blood organs and nerves.  You soon feel years younger. Both  sexes get new pep!  THIRTY YEARS AQO  The Gibsons-Horseshoe Bay car  ferry, first link In a Vancouver to  Powell River through road, will commence operations August 10th at 7  a.m. from the Gibsons wharf. The  ferry will make five round trips per  day according to General Manager  George Frith. It will carry 48  automobiles and 600 passengers per  trip. Tickets will be purchased at  Horseshoe Bay only.  THIRTY-FIVE YEARS AQO  Bonniebrook Lodge Is open for  business, and in every way measures  up to the eulogy of its name. Mr. and  Mrs. G.T. Williams, who purchased  the lodge from Mrs. M. Chaster are  host and hostess rather than proprietors, giving to each guest the attention of a personal friend. The  keynote is quality and the hallmark a  satisfied guest. The lodge, located at  the mouth of Paynes Creek near the  Gower Point store, has accommodation for sixteen guests.  The BLUENOSE II, above, an exact replica of the international famous racing   loan of Halifax harbour. For a run-down on the other delights available In the  schooner. The BLUENOSE II cruises Nova Scotlan waters offering dally summer   east coast province, see the article appearing on Page 24.  (A Canadian Government Office of Tourism photo).  Musings  John Burnside  It was an interesting time to  be in Britain. It always is, of  course. In that history-  crowded and charming island,  three weelfs is simply not long*  enough. Even with the most  sprightly and efficient utilization of all the means of  transportation available, the  holiday planner must realize  that three weeks is adequate to  give one but a sampling of the  innumerable authentic delights  available.  Our recent sampling was  deliberately designed to seek  the more rural sections of the  tapestry of the land. Landing  at Heathrow Airport, we immediately turned outbacks on  London and headed south and  west. On the evening of our arrival we were enjoying the  quaint but enduring charms of  North Devon. It was also  largely intended to be a Scottish holiday though we managed memorable side trips into  the Lake District and to Stratford on Avon on our way to  and from the airport.  Books have been written on  the many charms of the storied  islands off the north west.  coast of continental Europe  and more will be deservedly  written yet. The picturesque,  manicured landscapes; the  omnipresence of history; the  constant availability of the sea  with its cliffs and islands and  variegated beaches. All these  available in the unchanging  panorama of a land and its  history.  What was definitely different during this visit was the  outbreak, on a dangerous  scale, of urban violence which  coincided with the time spent  there.  "You're just back from Britain? What did you think of  the riots?" Well, of course,  my itinerary never did include  visits to the Liverpool docks or  the poverty-stricken racial  ghettoes of East London. We  watched the riots on Scottish  television sitting by a cosy  fireside, home from Canada  and with the family.  The comfortable setting did  not diminish the sense of  shock that swept the country.  Riots in the centre of English  cities just aren't supposed to  happen. It's in America that  people set fire to their own  cities. It's in America, isn't it,  that burning and looting and  mass attacks on the police take  place. The English were stunned as the centre of city after city went up in flames night  after night in the middle of July. In America, perhaps, or  more recently in Ireland, but  surely such riotous manifestations could never take place in  England.  The political debates and  agonizing that went on were  most interesting and it may be  that the riots of this English  summer have more than a  casual interest on this side of  the Atlantic.  The really interesting thing  about British politics at the  present time is that for the past  two years under the Iron  Maiden, Prime Minister  Margaret Thatcher, Britain  has been leading the way as the  country most deeply committed to the doctrine of  'monetarism'. It is a doctrine  with which North Americans  are becoming familiar. It calls  for the restriction in the  money supply as a means of  counter-attacking inflation.  Its proponents acknowledge  that there will be considerable  hardship caused in the short  term by high interest rates and  growing unemployment before  all will again be well. It is  precisely the course that  Canada has set out upon; it is  the course President Reagan  intends to follow south of the  border.  It is not the course universally accepted as the panacea  for the ills of the western  world, however. In both  France and Germany governments are in power to whom  the problem of unemployment  is regarded as the chief ill  besetting their society and the  governments of those countries are sailing their ships of  state in a direction  diametrically opposed to that  of Britain, Canada, and the  United States. The next year  or two should prove instructive to us all.  The standards of political  debate within the country at  the moment are not high.  Prime Minister Thatcher and  her dwindling band of supporters content themselves  with labelling as 'wet' those  who oppose her harsh policies.  I suppose that 'wet' is the  English public school boy's  equivalent of the North  American term 'bleeding  hearts'. Those who favour  pressing on with the latest  fashionable creed of  economics whatever the  human tragedies behind the  appalling statistics of  unemployment are labelled  'dry'. One peer of the realm in  a letter to The Times last Tuesday denounced those who put  the blame for the riots on  unemployment as being not  only 'wet' but 'soppy'.  Still the statistics say that as  much as forty per cent of  school leavers cannot find  work of any kind. The  statistics were highest among  black Britons though only the  first of the series of riots, in  Brixton, London, was a race  riot and that was sparked by  the notorious skinheads who  have developed ignorance,  violence, and racial hatred to a  very dangerous level indeed.  What this summer has  shown us is that no society can  smugly assume that it is immune from mindless and  destructive violence at the  hands of its own people,  It has shown us that there is a  dangerous volatility that  grows in people whose aspirations for a decent life are  frustrated beyond hope. It is  something to think about as  we watch both our interest  rates and our unemployment  figures grow and as we continue along the path pioneered  for us by the present government of the British Isles.  p3 I Never Saw A Moor =n|  / never saw a moor,  I never saw the seat  Yet know 1 how the heather looks,  And what a wave must be.  I never spoke with Cod,  Nor visited bt heaven;  Yet certain ami of the spot  As if the chart were given.  l^-i   .^->vft   Emily Dickinson       &J^.  J  Reprinted from July, 1977  The first time I worked in an  isolated community of men  was wljen 1 was seventeen  years old. 1 had been hired as a  crew-steward on a Vancouver-  Alaska cruise ship. I was nervous, green, and very unsure  of how to get along with fifty  or sixty men who were to share  my next five months of isolation from the world.  I shared a room, an eight by  ten cabin, with three other  fellows and within the first  twenty minutes my oldest  roommate, a motherly forty-  five year old career steward,  had slipped up beside me, put  his arm around my shoulders  and kissed me on the neck. He  promised to 'protect' me from  the other two guys in the room  - 1 was so frightened I didn't  sleep for two nights.  Eighteen years later and  more than twice as old, I have  been working for the past  week in a logging camp.  Needless to say, the kind of  problems I faced on my first  adventure do not exist here. I  am still nervous - perhaps  more so. Having got used to  doing things which allow me  to feel sure of myself I am, for  the first time in years, the  'greenhorn'.  The things I've seen and  done during the past few days  will be familiar to many of the  people in our community particularly the old timers.  Everybody was a greenhorn  once - but only for a few days ���  any longer and the man  wouldn't last. I still haven't  found a pattern to my brief experience but it is coming. Next  week I won't know much more  but I won't be totally green  either. I feel more confident  every day and the kind of  quiet, easy-going self-  confidence of the old hands  seems more within my grasp.  What you read here this week  then are, in a way, the last  confessions of a greenhorn  logger.  One of the reasons I'm here,  apart from the good pay, is to  satisfy a curiosity about logging which was aroused by the  first Peter Trower poem I ever  read. Peter, as you know,  writes of the men and  machines which rape and tear  the beauty of the wilderness to  harvest the province's greatest  natural resource. He has a unique vision of logging shows,  gyppo operations, ghost  camps,  and  blasted terrain  which is at once beautiful and  horrifying.  I am not a poet and those  images, visions and figures of  speech do not spring readily  into my mind but I can appreciate as well as the next person those strange and ironic  tales loggers tell one another  -like the faller who murdered  trees for twenty years until he  discovered he was allergic to  trees and had to leave the  woods, as if the forest was taking its revenge.  The men who work in the  woods are different than I ex-.  pected. Most loggers are really  quite small men, very fit and  agile, but smaller in stature  than one might expect. They  are inclined to use bad  language; as I sit writing this I  can hear a typical conversation  through the paper-thin walls  of the bunkhouse. The  dialogue is regularly punctuated with a well-known expletive. The words convey no  bitterness or aggression,  however. The men here are  surprisingly gentle, kind and  patient. They carry on the;  most strenuous work with  smiling good humour.  A number of young fellows  in camp are former students  of mine. Many of the things  I've learned in the past few  days, I've learned from them.  They are better teachers than  they ever were students. It is a  satisfying experience to meet,  these young men in the woods,  doing very hard jobs with skill  and finesse. There were times  when they were in school that I  despaired of them even being  able to fill out a welfare application form and here they  are working with strength and  precision at jobs they are very  good at. They are more patient  with me than I ever was with  them.  A logging camp is not a  'natural' place. There are no  women. It is as close to a  prison farm atmosphere as I  ever hope to get. The' men  have a great deal of time to  themselves. Some use it well,  some waste their hours. It is a  surprisingly light and happy  place, however, and for a  greenhorn especially, each day  brings something new.  I haven't done any real logging yet. There is a hierarchy of  jobs that must be climbed  first. I am working at what is  somewhat euphemistically  referred to as 'brush control' -  Cont'd, on Page Three  ���aMatttt Letters to the Editor
Davit Bay 'by-pass' draws fire
Editor:
Coast News, July 28,1981
There is a new road planned
for the Wilson Creek, Davis
Bay, Selma Park, and Sechelt
area. It starts at the bottom of
Rat Portage Hill, (Just by the
Girl Guide Camp) and proceeds, basically parallel to the
present highway, bisecting
Tyson Road, Blower Road,
Field Road, and crosses Chapman Creek just back of the Big
Maple Trailer Court. From
there it proceeds across Davis
Bay Road right in back of the
new Davis Bay School, and
parallels Fir Road just one lot
behind it. Now, this is no
country lane, this road is ISO
feet wide, and only 1,200 feet
from the present Sunshine
Coast Highway. It has passed
through designated, valuable
agricultural land, private
homes and property, beside an
elementary school, and sandwiched some poor residents
between itself and Fir Road. It
then crosses Bay Road, Chap
man Road, and Hovies Road,
and then rejoins the present
highway in a bottleneck in
front of Saint Mary's
Hospital. It has been dubbed
the "Collector Road", or the
"Davis Bay Bypass". Bypass?
Hell, a child can see it goes
right through!
On May the 25th, 1 attended
a meeting of Davis Bay
residents, a large majority felt
strongly that the road was an
unneeded expense to the taxpayers, when the money could
be used to build a parallel section of the new Hydro Line
highway which is only 5500
feet from the existing highway
and only 4500 feet from the
proposed "Bypass Road" in
the Davis Bay area.
Regional District Representative, Charles Lee, was asked
to see what could be done to
change the situation. June the
29th, another meeting and the
same issue was brought to his
attention. July 23rd and still
nothing.... Mr. Lee hasn't
even brought this major issue
to the attention of the general
public in the area affected,
whom he is supposed to be
representing. I am beginning'
to think that Mr. Lee thinks
that he has more important
things to do or is one of those
that believes you can't fight
"progress", no matter how
asinine it is.
Wilson Creek has some of
the best agricultural land on
the coast and Davis Bay,
residential, to cut it in half
with this road needlessly when
there is a much better alternative. Makes one wonder
where the brains are. Write the
Regional District, Department
of Highways, and Alex Fraser,
Minister of Highways, to find
out.
John F. Goodwin,
RR1 Sechelt, B.C.
Lee loses Rocky's friendship again
Ed. note: We have received the
following letter addressed to:
Mr. Chas. Lee,
Supposed Area 'C Rep.
Mr, Lee:
You asked me to come to
your Settlement Plan
meetings, which I did against
my better judgement. The
bleeding hearts and do-
gooders have taken over, as
you have alienated the rest of
us.over this damned highway
and the Davis Bay Fiasco.
Mr. Helm asked you why
you had done absolutely
nothing over this highway
either as our rep. or as a
member of our so-called
Regional Board. (No wonder
we are about to see the demise
of our local form of government). I repeat his question
-why have you procrastinated
and buried your head in the
sand?
We now have a group of
citizens trying to raise money
for a retainer to get a lawyer to
fight what you should have
been fighting. Do you have a
reason to want that highway
going through here a few hundred feet from the present
highway? Why can't it go up
by the power line where it
should be? I have donated 20
bucks to fight this, Mr. Lee,
and anyone else wishing to do
so can phone Brian Haslett.
Also Mr. Lee, your Bleeding
Hearts are getting too big for
their britches. They seem hell
bent on cleaning up Davis
Bay, moving everything to
Wilson Creek, cleaning up
Sechelt and then moving on to
conquer the world. I tell you
this Mr. Lee, the first time this
silly old twit and her crew stick
their noses into our little area
they will have them squashed.
The Land Commission is forcing us to stay on this land, so
they can provide the legal help
Save Howe Sound
to   protect   us   from   these
yahoos.
One question Mr. Lee - if
you persist in this approach,
do you think the same people
who are donating to a lawyer
would not donate to a fund to
see you defeated in the next
election?
The Davis Bay Group will, I
presume, be pushing to clean
up the sports fishermen (traffic) and the swimmers (traffic)
as they have lost their fight to
keep the fruit and vegetable
and fish peddlars out. Just
think Mr. Lee, Peddlars'
Licences for the vendors, Fiddlers' Licences for the sport
fishermen, Paddlers and Pid-
dlers Licences for the swimmers and then get your
bleeding hearts to move the
whole thing to Wilson Creek!
Mr. Lee, I wish to commend
Jim Johnstone for a job well
done, but I will not be back
out to any of your Settlement
Plan meetings. Thank you.
S.R. (Rocky) Mountain
Editor:
On Sun Salmon Derby Day
thousands of people will enjoy
Ihe pleasures of Howe Sound,
which was reserved by the
Federal government for sport
fishing only in 1963.
This year Save Howe Sound
Society extends a special invitation to British Columbia
residents and tourists to join in
the rediscovery of Howe
Sound - sale the waters, hike
ihe trails, go fishing, scuba-
dive, picnic, swim, visit the
Provincial Parks at Bowen,
Porleau and Plumper Cove,
go climbing, bird-watching in
the Squamish Estuary, camp
overnight at Gambier Lake,
gaze at the snow-capped
mountains  and   blue  waters
and watch the famous sunset.
We would lose all this if open-
pit mining, metal smelters,
tanker ports, and other large
scale industrial projects are
allowed to be introduced or
expanded. It would change the
face of Howe Sound for all
future generations.
Support Save Howe Sound
Society's aims:—
1. The sane development of
Howe Sound so that its recreational and tourist potential is
not lost.
2. The clean-up of present
industry.
3. To prevent open-pit mining on Gambier Island.
Birds and tree protection
Editor:
Last night we saved a small
bird from certain death by
climbing a cherry tree to untangle it from fish netting. Today our son had to do the
same thing.
The bird we saved last night
is alive, well and free. The
bird our son saved today is injured and will probably die.
For the sake of a few cherries must the lives of birds be
taken?
We ask the people of the
Sunshine Coast to search well
their hearts and think twice
before putting fish netting of
any kind over trees to save
fruit or anything else.
Although this tiny bird is
not of a rare species remember
the way of the carrier pigeon.
The R. Latham Family
1741 Seaview Road
Gibsnm
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which means I am cutting
down the weeds and trees
along the road. Chokermen,
rigging stingers, hooks, fallers
and so on are somewhat higher
in the class structure.
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Those
roadside
merchants
Editor:
Fresh fruit and fish in no
way offer competition to the
local Davis Bay merchants.
These established proprietors
offer and provide a certain
type of merchandise that the
locals as well as the tourists
continue to buy, at undoubtedly a higher rate due to
the attraction of the market
across the road.
If traffic controls could be
provided in the form of
"slow" or "caution" signs,
then indeed they should be installed. Visibility is excellent
along the highway at that
point with many opportunities
to pull off safely on both
sides.
But to prohibit this form of
trade would be a step
backward. The Sunshine
Coast has long been in need of
just such an open market. The
volume of trade it provides
should speak openly for the
need it so amply fulfills.
To be able to purchase fresh
Okanagan fruit at reasonable
prices on a regular basis is indeed fortunate for local
residents. The fact that an
Oliver man is willing to drive
back and forth weekly, is a
commitment to the people
who rely on his fresh fruit and
vegetables.
Davis Bay is an ideal location for such a market, both
for the merchants and buyers
alike. It is a beautiful beach
that makes a strong statement
about this area. The location
also provides an ideal seaside
place for the local fishermen.
Rather than driving from Porpoise Bay to Gibsons wharf in
search of crab or prawns, the
choice can be made in one central spot.
This sort of mobile market
should be encouraged!!
Sincerely,
Sandra Mcintosh
(Mto.NiDiriMKrIit'Ms.
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the (
week, when I'm a hardened
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be here - sore muscles and all.
It won't be long before I am
too old for this kind of work.
Everybody should try it once.
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The Co-Insurance Clause
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coverage.
The not so obvious
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is the Co-Insurance Clause.
It is found in almost all
residential and commercial
fire insurance policies and
can limit the amount
payable on a claim.
You should, of course,
insure to the full amount
whenever possible, but you
must always insure to at
least the. Co-Insurance
limit.
The Standard Co-
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unless you insure to within
80% of the insurable value,
(ie: the replacement cost of
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Let's assume that the
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more) and claim will be fully covered up to the amount
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amount). Not a good situation.
As you can see, insuring
to value is extremely important. Perhaps you should
check to see that your
coverage is adequate.
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Pink or Plain 4  Coast News, July 28,1981  P>��1^   ESsa^lsiB    |  THE CHAOS-CARRIER  We don't see each other  again for some time. I hear  through the grapevine that he  has graduated to heroin and is  hanging around the hard-drug  scene, writing nothing but bad  cheques. I deliberately keep  out of his way and make  evasive excuses when he occasionally phones. There is  nothing but trouble to be gained by associating with him.  One day, with a sense of sad  inevitability, I see in the paper  that Maury has been arrested  on a possession charge.  He is fortunate in coming  up before a progressive judge  however. Since it is a first-  offense and the amount of  drugs involved, small, he is  allowed to enter a newly-  established private sanitarium  in North Vancouver and take  the cure. The place is not far  from where I live and we come  into contact again. He seems  to be making an honest effort  to straighten out and I have no  wish to discourage him. It is a  good phase for Maury. He  regains his health and begins  to write again. He is permitted  out periodically in the charge  of a "cured" patient and  drops by the house several  times. In a return to our early  rapport, we compare poems  and fantasize anew of publication and fame. I delude myself  into thinking that he has truly  reformed. Then one day he  s���'���:   Pages  from a Life-Log  Peter Trower  phones me from a Vancouver  bar. He has gone over the hill  from the hospital after three  months. "Hell, man, I'm  clean now. Couldn't hack any  more nursemaiding and sanctimonious shit. Come on over  and help me get drunk."  Since we have become wary  friends again, and he is only  drinking, I agree to meet him  It proves to be a depressing  session. Maury has none of the  manic energy that sparked our  first booze-ups. He seems nervous and morose. Before the  night is over, he makes some  vague excuse and slips out of  the bar. 1 know intuitively that  the cure hasn't taken.  Shortly after this, I decide  to exchange the City for the  Sunshine Coast. 1 rent a small  apartment in Gibsons and  return to work as a logger. My  life has bogged down in a  hopeless rut and I fee! a need  to try and change my luck. 1  stay out of town for several  months. There is no word, bad  or otherwise, of Maury. I  hope, for his sake that he has  managed to get out of dope-  ridden Vancouver.  One weekend, I decide to hit  the bright lights again. 1 look  up some old drinking buddies  and  we are knocking them  P  22:  Video Cassette  RENTALS  Some of the Movies Now Available  ��� Saturday Night Fever      ��� Love Story  ��� Jaws ��� Breakout  _     �� Airport 77                       ��� Blazing Saddles  VCR or Beta Format  Sales or Rentals  M5-9509  (Custom Video Taping Available) a  7, i - j "'I -  ���11.  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Phone 866-2660  Regular Events  Monday  Roberts Creek Hoapltal Auxiliary Second Monday of euch monlh - 11  im  St Aldan s Hall  Sunahine Pottery Guild meets every 2nd Monday of the month at Ihe  "Studio  corner of North Road and Highway 101 at 7 pm TFN  Tuesday  Women'a Aglow Fellowship Meets every Ihird Tuesday ol Ihe monlh at  Harmony Hall Gibsons Transportalion and babysitting available 8B6-  7426  Sunahine Coaal Aria Council Regular meeling 4th Tuesday n' every  month al 7 30 pm at Ihe Arts Centre in Sechelt  Al-Anon Meetlnga Al-Anon Meetings every Tuesday night Roberts  Creek For Inlormallon call 886-9059 or 886 9041  Sunahine Coail Navy League ot Canada Cadets and Wrenelles ages  10 to 13 will again meet Tuesday nights 7-9pm United Church Hall  Gibsons New recruits welcomed  Elphlnatont Pioneer Museum in Gibsons is now open Monday  Ihiough Saturday between 9 am 10 4 pn  Wednesday  Topa Club Gibsons Tops meels eveiy Wed  evening al 6 45 in the  Armour s Beach  Athletic  Hall   New members and leeri members  welcome  Phone 886-9765 eves  Sunahine Lapidary a Craft Club Meets 1st Wed every month al ' 10  pm  For inloimalion 886-2873 or 886-9204  Pender Harbour Hospital Auilllary   Second Wednesday of each  month  1 30 pm SI Andrews Church-New members always welcome  Wilton Creek Community Reading Centre 7 30 - 8 30 p rr   8852709  Sechelt Garden Club  7 30 p m . St Hildas Hall  First Wednesdays  except January. July. August  Sunahine   Cc-ael   Sporta  Club  will   be  having  a  Irack-and-held  organizational meeting al Elphinstone School. Wednesdays 5pm  Thursday  The Bargain Barn ol Ihe Pender Harbour Health Clinic Auxiliary is  open on Thursday afternoons from 1 00 until 3 30  Al-Anon Meeting Every Thursday in Gibsons al 8 pm For mlormalion  call 886-9569 or 886-9037  Western Weight Controllers Every Thursday at t pm  in the United  Church   hall,   Gibsons  and' in  the  Sechelt  Elementary  School.  Thursdays at 7 pm New members welcome 885-3B95 (Sechelt Only)  Rcberta Creek Legion Bingo every Thursday, beginning May 7 Early  Bird. Regular and Bonanza I F N  Friday  Olbaona Tot Lot It CANCELLED unlit mid-Seplember  Thrill Shop Every Friday 1 - 3pm Thrift Shop Gibsons Jnited Church  basement  Wilson Creek Community Reading Centre Noon - 4 00 pm   685-2709  Saturday  Wilson Cretk Community Rssdlng Centre 11 30 - 1 p m 865-2709  The Bargain Barn of the Pender Harbour Health Clinic Au-.ii.iry is  open on Saturday afternoons from 1 - 4 pm  back in the York when Maury  appears through the door. He  is wearing a brand new black  suit and looks more fil and  prosperous than I have ever  seen him. "Hey, man, how  have you been? Great things  have been happening for me.  Come and meet my old lady.  I've got wheels!"  Highly curious about  Maury's remarkable change of  fortune, I go along with him.  We climb into an expensive  blue sedan and gun off  through the night. "Jesus!  how did you manage to swing  all this? 1 ask, mystified. 1  hope, even as 1 phrase the  question, that it isn't  something dangerously illegal  like wholesale drug dealing but  Maury soon quells my fears.  "You won't believe it but  I'm being kept in style by a  rich woman doctor. It's an incredible set-up. She's going to  publish a book for me. All she  wants me to do is sit around  and write poetry and be good  to her at night. Whoever said  there are no more patrons was  full of crap!"  Maury had achieved his  gigolo's paradise in a  somewhat   unlikely   manner.  The lady doctor in question  had been performing a few illegal abortions for a limited  clientele. Maury had undertaken to procure such an  operation for an old girlfriend  he had inadvertently gotten  pregnant. The doctor obliged  with her services and fell in  love with Maury at the same  time. The unlikely alliance  had been the result.  He drives me to a tastefully-  appointed house in the high-  rent district of upper Granville  Street. 1 am even more-  impressed to find the place actually sports a maid. She is a  dark, quite-pretty girl of  Greek extraction. From the sly  glances she flashes at Maury, I  don'l doubt he has something  going with her too. Maury's  benefactor and paramour  greets me with gracious interest and serves us drinks. She  is a handsome blonde woman  of indeterminate age but probably in her mid-forties. A recent widow, she seems kind  and understanding. There is  talk of them returning to  England (from whence she  hails) and getting married.  Maury definitely seems to  have struck it lucky this time. I  honestly hope he is able to  hold his erratic tendencies in  check and give things a chance  to work out. I wish them luck  in any event.  to be continued  ��� Vena Parnell Pholo  As he casually poses for the camera, this man enjoys some of the  "Magic of Masks", demonstrating the theme of the upcoming  Summer Arts Festival happening August 4 - IS.  uue Entertainment  Pender Harbour to Sechelt  Lord Jim's Lodge Reg Dickson, Sat.  Jolly Roger Inn Lome Jones, Fri. & Sat.  The Wakefield Inn Bob Gleason, Thurs, Fri. & Sat.  The Parthenon Helen Sinclair, Fri. & Sat.  Roberts Creek to Gibsons  The Peninsula Hotel Live Entertainment, Fri. & Sat.  Gibsons Legion Gypsey Blue, Fri. & Sat.  Sea Cavalcade Various - see our ad on Page 20  Open 10 a.m. ��� midnight  Kitchen Open:  Mon - Thurs  ".V  /v:.���. 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.  ���Jl^l, Fri & Sat'  jjjjSyLW*   10 a.m. - 10 p.m  Seorm at klM SomiUij etna to lit CMm"  886-8171 Cedar Piaza, Gibsons  r^rsa������-   - ���-: ������. ���   j ��J^j_. ��55  |/..   ,J&^-~  \^^5r-aM  Ellingliam '$  x   Astrology  At the Twilight  This week's bill of fare at  the Twilight Theatre features  an all-star cast in a film version of heroic mythology and  a controversial re-make of a  story of murder and lust set  during the Depression.  The Clash of the Titans is  the latest of a recent spate of  film versions of mythological  heroes and their feats. It stars  Laurence Olivier, Harry  Hamlin, Maggie Smith, Flora  Robson, Claire Bloom and  Burgess Meredith. Along with  its cast of stars the film is  notable for its spectacular  special effects which include  Pegasus, the flying horse, a  giant owl, and other marvels.  The Clash of the Titans is  scheduled to be screened  Wednesday through Saturday,  July 29 - August 1. Extra  screenings may be scheduled  and patrons are requested to  phone the theatre for final  show times.  Jack Nicholson and Jessica  Lange star in The Postman  Always Rings Twice, a new  film version of the Depression-  era novel by James M. Cain.  Nicholson plays Frank, a  small-time criminal who drifts  into Nick Papadakis' roadside  cafe and accepts a job because  of a fascination with Nick's  restless, teasing wife Cora,  played by Jessica Lange.  Canadian John Colicos plays  the doomed husband.  The Postman Always Rings  Twice will be shown at the  Twilight Theatre Sunday  through Tuesday, August 2 -  4.  Community Forum  Channel Ten  CHANNEL TEN GIBSONS  Tuesday July 28  CHANNEL TEN SECHELT  Thursday July 30  7:00 p.m.  Live from our Gibsons  Elphinstone Studio,  Coast 10 TV host, Judith  Wilson, introduces a  special program, "Profiles of Artists on the  Sunshine Coast". With  Judith is special guest,  Stuart MacKenzie, who  will be discussing the  August Arts Festival to  be held in Sechelt. Stuart  is a silkscreen artist and  will be conducting a  workshop during the  Festival. He will also be  answering questions  about     the     other  workshops being held by  the artists in our show  "Profiles of Artists on  the Sunshine Coast".  This pre-taped program  features local artists;  Cindy Kirk, potter; Irene  Blueth, silversmith; Joan  Bist, batik artist; Steve  Hubert, musician; and  Gerardo Avilla, mime  artist. Hosting these pre-  taped interviews are Bert  Nelson, Kathleen Hall,  and Dodie Marshall.  Technical crew was Ken-  na Marshall, Anne Watt,  Marg Pearson. Our  phone line will be open,  so if you have any questions about the Festival,  phone 886-8S6S and  Stuart and Judith may be  able to answer them.  Ltwilig-htX  THEATRE Wj  \e%A  I WED-THURS- FR|. SAT  JULY 29-30-31 ��� Aug 1  | Additional shows to bt ���chsdiJlBd  Plats* phone tor ahowtlmti   .  ^.Clash  Titans  SUN - MON ��� TUES  AUG 2-fM  iniimiimm  by Rae Ellingham  Week commencing July 27  General Notes: Encouraging  planetary configurations are  now with us. Mercury well  aspected to Uranus offers  brilliant solutions to last  week's problem areas. The  New Moon makes favourable  contact with Jupiter and  Saturn indicating level-headed  decisions and fortuitous fresh  starts. Venus sextile Mars this  weekend promises passionate  romantic developments.  Persons getting married at  this time will have few regrets.  Babies born during the next  few days will be kind hearted,  popular and of high intelligence.  ARIES (March 21 - April 19)  Recent domestic problem is  solved thanks to unexpected  supply of cash. Go ahead confidently with any activity linked to family obligations, property or rental transactions.  Sign any documents related to  affairs of parents or older  relatives. Fascination for coworker becomes stronger and  slightly out of control. New  Moon successfully combines  business with pleasure this  weekend.  TAURUS (April 20 - May 20)  Local visit, letter or phone  call announces long-awaited  partnership or business opportunity. Say yes to any surprise  or bizarre proposals arriving  by strange route. Chance of  long-lasting romance or companionship presents itself during short journey or outing.  Hitch-hikers and their drivers  experience instant attraction.  New Moon urges a more sensible attitude towards household  priorities.  GEMINI (May 21 -June 21)  Quick thinking, swift actions dispel recent financial  gloom. Prepare to accept  unusual opportunity to boost  earnings. Co-worker's original  idea means extra summer  cash. Your own living-room is  scene of subtle romantic  games this weekend. Follow  urge to lavish loved one with  expensive gifts or flowers.  New Moon restores your  common-sense concerning  children's demands or risky  association.  CANCER(June 22 - July 22)  Mars, still in your sign,  aspecting Venus, finds you  romantically aggressive.  Others notice you're bolder,  more charming and irresistible. Sudden popularity is  result of your witty and persuasive conversations. For  years of loving companionship  seek out eligible Virgo born  Sept. 1 or 2. Meanwhile New  Moon demands better organized household accounts of  budget. Those of you born  June 30 - July 1 are in great demand Saturday night.  LEO (July  23  - Aug.  22)  New Moon in Leo coincides  with a more positive mental attitude. Urge for personal advancement is now tempered  with constructive ideas and  common-sense. Act on intuition regarding domestic  changes or unusual proposals  involving property. Secret admirer sends mystery gift this  weekend. Looks like you'll  locate that item of high sentimental value. Persons born  July 31 enjoy twelve months  of well-deserved  achievements.  VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 22)  Venus still in Virgo deepens  JACK NICHOLSON  JESSICA LANQE  wt��~    SUPERMAN II  Please Phone lor Show Times 886-2827  TOMORROW'S  RROWS FORESTS    1  TODAY'S CHALLENGE!  CLASSIFIED NOTE  Drop off your  Coast News  Classified   al  Campbell's  Family Shoes  Sechell, or  Madeira Park  Pharmacy,  Madeira Park  relations with casual friend or ;  acquaintance. You'll become':  attracted to local official or;,  committee member next fewv  days. Community gathering is':  scene of inevitable romance.  Long-term project accelerates  thanks to original idea. New  Moon  says  sort  out  tricky  financial   dilemma   alone.  Virgo persons born Sept. 1 - 2  receive extra special attention  this weekend.  LIBRA (Sept. 23 - Oct. 23)  Unexpected financial news  boosts your self-esteem and  local reputation. You'll have  the cash to promote your latest':  accomplishments or career ob- :  jectives. Agree to any unusual j!  assignments presented by boss  or supervisor. Chance of risky ��� I  associations with older person  increases this weekend. New  Moon    introduces    wise  neighbour   who'll   help  you  make the right decision.  SCORPIO (Oct. 24 - Nov. 22)  Uranus in your sign well  aspected to Mercury brings exciting news, especially from  afar. Agree to any suggestions  mentioned in telegram or during long-distance phone call.  It's the best week of the year  to start extended trip or visit  another country. Jot down  any opportunities presented by  strangers or fellow travellers, i  Holidaying Scorpios form  worthwhile business connections. New Moon coincides;  with favourable career  developments.  SAGITARRIUS (Nov. 23- -  Dec. 21)  Shared financial arrangements  improve owing to unusual  moves behind the scenes. It's a  better week to resume talks  with bank manager or other  money-lenders. Tell partner to  show more faith in newly-  appointed consultant. You  now have the ability to charm  extra cash from persons in  charge. New Moon says personal plan now benefits from  stabler conditions occurring at  a distance.  CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan.  19)  Anticipate happier relations  with daily associates, especially marriage or business partner. Loved one has clever  scheme to further your long-  range hopes and wishes. It's  the right time to form  agreements with persons  thousands of miles away. Sign  all contracts without delay'.  Capricorns getting married  this weekend will experience a'  stormy yet warm and passionate union. New Moon  shows a better way to split expenses and profits.  AQUARIUS Jan. 20 - Feb.  18)  Health or employment matters become less frustrating.  Atmosphere where you work  improves thanks to boss's intervention and bright suggestions. Co-workers accept need  to cut costs and streamline  operation. At last doctor's  recommendations prove  beneficial. Aquarians on holiday must resist urge to finish  strenuous domestic tasks. New  Moon coincides with loved  one's revised, down-to-earth-  philosophy.  PISCES (Feb. 19 - Mar 20)  Love-life, pleasures and  amusements return to high*:  levels of enjoyment. There's;!  strong chance of fervid'  romance or partnership this  weekend. Daring contact with  one you must have produces  exciting results. Single Pisces,  persons should venture out:  every night. New Moon-  demands more responsible  health habits. It's time again,  to lay off the junk-food,  booze or tobacco. Persons;  born Feb. 27 - 29 become;  briefly irresistible. ;'.  i =  =s  Gibsons Legion Branch  *109  h  Presents  GYPSEY  BLUE  July 31 & Aug. 1  SEA CAVALCADE  h  WEEKEND  Members & Guests Only  MM  ���MMMMH . Van* Parnell Photo  Winners of ��� hooked nig designed by Godfrey Stevens were Rndy and Inga Bodner of Burnaby, who have a summer home In  Gibsons. The rag was hooked by Katimavlk student volunteers and donated for ��� money-raising draw for the Elphinstone  Pioneer Museum. Grandson Michael Bodner helps hold the rag for everyone to admire.  that bear his name. There is  Are we west or east?  by Bob Hunter  Are we east or west?  If there is any place on earth  which can truly be called the  halfway point between East  and West, it is this coast of  ours.  Asia lies physically as close  as Europe. The sun which  sinks on the flag of B.C. can  be seen rising on the flag of  Japan.  .Obviously, we live at the  very westernmost point of  "Western influence," meaning the great civilization which  began with the Greeks and  may be ending with punk  rock.  To go further west than this  you have to go to the East,  which has become thoroughly  Westernized.  Of course, further to the  south along this coast of ours,  we see that the East has succeeded in transplanting quite a  bit of itself too. The largest  Zen monastery in the world is  in California.  . The influence of the East on  our lives is hard to detect in  the dazzle of neon and colour  TV sets, but it is there.  I think, in many important  respects, we are all becoming a  bit Zen-like in our thinking.  Certainly, I meet more people  all the time who seem to  understand that life is almost  entirely illusion.  That subtle influence from  the East has been here for a  long, long time. Thirteen centuries, in fact.  Monks from China came  here in about A.D. 458 and  named this region Wan Shan.  Early Chinese texts have  been found which refer to the  voyage of buddhist priests, led  by a monk named Huei Shan,  to a place where the native  people marked their bodies  with paint and lived in houses  surrounded by moats filled  with yirt shut, a reference to  the coastal Indian practice of  extracting oil from oelachen.  These same Chinese texts  refer to the early Esquimaux,  Haida and Kwakiutl, who  "knew nothing of Buddhist  religion, but in the reign of  T-ming, of ttje Emperor Haio  Wu-Tu of the Sung Dynasty,  five beggar priests went there  from Ki-Ping.  "They travelled over that  kingdom, everywhere making  known the laws, canons and  image of that faith. Priests of  regular ordination were set  apart from the natives and the  customs of the country  became reformed."  Almost nothing physical remains of that long-ago visit. A  few bronze coins, silver  ceremonial dishes, brass  charms, a handful of statues  of the Buddha. Over the years  they have been dug up by  white miners or wrested from  Indian maidens.  It occurs to me that the  monk, Huei Shan, is the  Pacific Ocean's version of Eric  the Red, or whoever really  discovered Greenland.  There are no islands named  after him. There are no  markers or statues or cities  nothing printed on the charts  to note his passage. The capes  and points and straits and bays  have English names, or  Spanish ones, honouring  voyagers who came, much,  much later.  The influence of those  Chinese monks can be seen,  however, in the totem poles of  the Indian cultures, which embody the Buddhist teaching of  the essential brotherhood of  all living things, whether  human or animal or otherwise.  A millenium passed here,  unnoticed by the rest of the  world, during which the only  thought to have penetrated  from the outside was the word  of a certain prince called Sid-  dhartha who achieved  Enlightenment under a distant  Bodhi tree.  I like to think of it this way:  the herons we see along the  coast were once the herons of  Wan Shan. Does that give you  a better sense of the place you  inhabit? An 'ancient,  mysterious land.  Book Look-  by Murrie Redman  Love, Sex, Death, and the Meaning of Life: Woody  Allen's Comedy by Foster Hlrsch, McGraw-Hill Ryerson  1911, $7.95 paper.  What-you-have-always-wondered-about-Woody Allen-  but-were-afraid-ask could be a subtitle for Foster Hirsch's  perceptive review of the comedian's work. Allen's comedy  which appears to the innocent eye spontaneous and accidental, is carefully orchestrated to appear so. Truly it is  unique, but, according to Hirsch, delibertately atu'ned to,  Woody's persona and a composite of greats like Chaplin,  Keaton, Hope and the Marx Brothers.  Allen appeals to intellectuals which is amusing in itself,  for he consistently mocks and mimics pedantics. However,  in order to fully understand him, one must follow the  quick repartee that sten-like shoots down intellectualiza-  tions, and to do this requires that one understand just what  is being attacked. The author of this interpretation of the  tiny humorist proves the gigantic proportions of his comedy.  Allen's Alms are compared to those of other great producers such as Fellini and Bergman. His surrealistic  material takes place not on the lawns of Italian palaces,  nor on cold Scandanavian beaches, but in the streets of  New York. His images and characters comply.  The book's best method of connecting reader and  Allen's work is to use examples and quotations from it. In  print, a new appreciation of the comedian's genius is accomplished. One wants to see all of the films and stage  productions now that the humour can be enjoyed on a different level. And surprisingly, that level is at the "street".  Hirsch ends one of his chapters: "The ultimate paradox  of Woody's comedy is that all its incongruities, fissures,  displacements, reversals and transformations both  realisitic and magical, only confirmed, after all, that  Woody is one of us."  HBP Bookstore  Corner of School & Gower Pt. Rd.,  Gibsons Landing  886-7744  #  Sea Cavalcade Hours:  Open 'til 9 pm Fri & Sat  Open 'til 6 pm Sunday  The Place to Shop during Sea Cavalcade Week-end!  The Fresh Water  Fishes of B.C.  Antique* Afloat  Petei Vessllopouloa  Reed's Nautical  Almanac A Coast  Whistle up the Inlet  Genld A. Hudson  Tht IntertJdal Bivalve*  of B.C.  The Intertldal  Univalves of B.C.  The Barnacles of B.C.  Pacific  Squue-rUggcT.  JlmGlbbs  Disaster Log of Ship*  JlmGrbba  Fishing J.E. & A.D. ForaHer  Pilot 1981  Coastal Navigation  for Beginners  JeffToshW  Exploring th< Coast  by Beet    Allen Anderson  The Curve of Time  M.W. Blenchet  Mac It the Princess  Bruce Calhoun  Harvest of Salmon  ZoeLendale  The Dogfish Cookbook -byRutaMohney  cP  Tlmmy the  West Coast Tug  - Jeremy Moray  The Beachcombers: Adventures  on the Sunshine Coast  ���   Merv Campone  Lee Straight's  B.C. Sea Angling  Guide '  1981-82  Lee Straight's  B.C. Fresh Water  Fishing Guide  1981-82  How to  Catch Salmon  Basic Fundamentals  C. White  How to  Catch Salmon  Advsnced Techniques  C. White  Entrants needed  Talent show all set  Coast News, July 28,1981  Well, we are down to the  final week and the deadline is  quickly approaching -12 midnight on July 30, so hurry and  get your Entry Form in and  prepare-to "do your thing".  Organizer Dan Tohill says  he is all ready and the judges  have been picked���and what a  line up! Heading off the list is  Robert Clothier, maybe better  known as Beachcombers' Infamous Relic; next is M.M.  Joe, Coast News' own "Grand  Wazoo"���who proved last  year that she is an enthusiastic  judge who knows talent when  she sees it; and last but not  least, David Barr Mills, an upcoming young director/actor  from Vancouver.  Dan says he is proud this  year to have secured the  talents of Hugh Beard, Executive Producer of  Beachcombers, and the 1981  Mr. Roberts Creek, to co-host  the show.  Exciting great performers  will include Morris Moses with  his fine tenor voice, and  Graham and Brian, the  talented duo who have  delighted Gibsons audiences  many times with their musical  abilities.  The success of any event  relies on the participation of  the community. As of this moment, no entries have been  received for the contest, but  Dan says he feels confident  that in the next few days, people will come forward.  Dan would like to see this  event continue, as last year  proved that there is a lot of  fantastic talent on the Coast  just looking for a chance to express itself in a relaxed entertainment atmosphere. It  doesn't matter if you juggle,  sing, tell jokes, or dance, all  are welcome, so get our this  ���:  week and fill in that-entry  form and let's have another  smash success!  Dan will be holding a  meeting at 7:30 pm. on Tuesday evening in the hall on top  of Ken's Lucky Dollar for all  interested in entering.  A MUST FOR  SUMMER DRIVING  1981 RAND McNALLY  CAMPGROUND AND  TRAILER PARK  GUIDE  ��� Oeemlajkt Slope  ��� Wlldeeraaee Are���  ��� Pkoew NauBben  THE ESSENTIAL  PLANNING GUIDE  The ____  fruit trees that causes  Editor page 3.  birds to become entrapped. See Letters to  ��� George Matthews Pholo  Gibson* Public  Tuesday 2 - 4 pm  Wednesday 2 - 4 pm  Thursday 2-4 & 7-9 pm  Saturday 2 - 4 pm  886-2130  GIVE  BLOOD.  GIVE  LIFE!  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It is twelve years  since we lived there and at that  time ihe actual town was just a  dusty old main street.  During the past ten years the  Bavarian theme has taken over  and last week they were  celebrating the tenth anniversary of the July Fest and the  whole place was like a  fairyland with music in the  streets and everyone from tiny  tots to old folks dressed up in  Bavarian costumes. The main  street is now closed to traffic  and has flower beds and fountains - even little rivers running  under bridges, and all the  stores have been renovated  with alpine frontages.  It is quite remarkable what  can be done with a dingy-  looking place when all the  merchants and the people get  behind an idea. All that is  needed is a theme. Maybe one  day someone will come up  with a suitable theme for this  coast - the possibilities are all  here, and who knows, maybe  one day everyone will get  together in harmony and get  on with something. The local  merchants in that area did not  seem to object in any way to  outsiders setting up stalls for  their merchandise, thus giving  the little guy an opportunity to  earn an honest dollar.  The Country Fair.  From all accounts it seems  that this year's country fair  was a great success. Understand that the weather was not  all that great but the rain did  stay away. The smile contest  was a very popular event and  was won by our own George  Carpenter, who made the  comment that it was because  he had the "biggest mouth" in  Halfmoon Bay. George was  closely followed by Peggy  Connor who also had a great  big smile.  The volleyball tournament  was won this year by the Jolly  Roger Inn who took the  trophy from the Halfmoon  Bay Firemen. Eva Lyon with  her teacup reading was also a  very big attraction at the fair  apd was kept busy for the  whole day. Several raffle  prizes were won, the first being a vest floater jacket won  by a Betty Sherman from Surrey; there was a night's accommodation for two at the Jolly  Roger won by Bob Merrick;  Christie Hawes won the  Ashing rod and reel; while a  hairdo by Ronnie Dunn went  to Margaret Connor.  Dinner for two at the Halfmoon Inn went to Louvain  Lee; a lawnmower tuneup by  Gerry's Repair Shop was won  by Tony Thompson; Bernice  Martell won two handmade  cushions; a back-pack went to  Donna, Perry. The "Name the  Park" contest sponsored by  the Halfmoon Bay Recreation  Society was tied by Dorothy  Hall and Susan Perry, the  name chosen being the "Connor Park".  Don Lockstead, our local  MLA, was also in attendance  and spent the afternoon chatting with the people. In all, it  seems to have been a most successful affair, and many  thanks are due to all who supported the event, particularly  to the local businesses who  donated prizes and sponsored  events. Also to the hardworking committee who put  the whole thing together.  This Saturday's annual  garage sale at the Halfmoon  Bay Firehall was once again a  great success. Bill Ewing, who  convened the affair, expressed  his gratitude on behalf of the  Volunteer Fire Department to  all who had helped with donations and purchases.  Two hanging planters  donated by George Murray  were raffled while the third  prize was a Raggedy-Ann doll  made and donated by Betty  Cocking. The planters were  won by K. Chung and Vince  Shannon, while Mrs. Milola-  jow won the doll.  Professional Repair & Service  to your Heating & Plumbing  Equipment  e   General Sheet Metal  e   Installation ot Heat Pumps, Air Conditioners,  Wood-Oil, Wood-Electric, Wood, Electric and  Oil Furnaces  ��� Plumbing Service & Installations  THOMAS HEATING  Call Now    886-71  Built In the early 1900's, this very old but still comfortable building has experienced s rich history.  It now serves as a recreation hall for the Coopers Green Campground and doubles as a popular  teenage retreat In an age that doesn't provide much for our younger generation. Its future is uncertain, since the property is now for sale. - sraeiav j Banson mm  Business education offered  at Capilano College in fall  Now is the time to make  educational plans for Fall at  Capilano College in Sechelt.  Persons interested in a future  in the business field should investigate the College's  Business Office Training Program.  For the past three years,  Capilano College has offered a  full-time Office Training Program on the coast. This program runs for eight months,  beginning in September. Subject include typing, bookkeeping,   machine  transcription,  use of calculators, and  business Math and English.  The emphasis is on typing and  bookkeeping, with these two  subjects alone taking up about  two-thirds of class time.  The program is open to  those just out of high school,  as a basic office course; or as a  refresher course to those reentering the work force. The  comprehensive program runs  daily from 9 am. to 3:30 pm.  Space in the program is  limited. Persons who might  like to become students should  attend an informational  meeting at the Sechelt Learning Centre, Inlet Avenue,  Wednesday, July 29 from 9:30  am. to 12 noon. An instructor  will be present at that time to  explain the program in detail.  General information is  available at the Learning Centre at 885-9310 from 12:30 pm.  - 4:30 pm. daily.  ��� AUTO GLASS        ��� SKYLIGHTS  ��� MARINE GLASS     ��� SCREENS  ��� ALUMINUM WINDOWS  ��� PLATE & PATTERN GLASS  ��� MIRRORS  ��� STORE FRONTS  ��� PATIO DOORS  WOOD WINDOWS  996-7359  Hwy 101 & Pratt Rd.  Gibsons  CLOSED  over Sea Cavalcade weekend  Annual Kids Day  at Dougal Park  Arts Festival ambitious  The Summer Arts Festival is  probably the largest project of  its kind ever undertaken on the  Sunshine Coast. Us scope  becomes even more incredible  when ycu realize that it is being organized largely by  volunteers. Over 100  volunteers, in fact, will be involved in a variety of tasks  from making posters, selling  tickets, and hosting in the  schools to the Festival Steering  Committee whose members  have been hard at work since  last November.  Twenty-three talented people will be sharing their skills  as workshop instructors and  approximately another 50 perform in the concerts, plays,  and other events.  Add to this the 300 people  who will take the workshops,  the 750 people who will attend  the concerts and events, the 50  crafts people selling and  displaying their wares at the  Fair, and the countless people  who will watch the Parade, go  to the Craft Fair, and visit the  Arts Centre for the Mask Exhibit and you have the  astonishing participation of  well over 1000 people!  Most of these people will be  Coast residents, but many will  be summer visitors who will  carry the news of the exciting  happenings on the Sunshine  Coast back home.  Saturday August 1, 1981 the  annual "Kids Day in the  Park" will be happening as  part of the Sea Cavalcade  events.  Many things will be happening in the park including  games of chance, races, the  bike and costume parade,  poster contest and much,  much more.  A 'tug of war' is planned for'  those aged 10-11 and 12 -13 so -  get your team together  The theme for this year's  poster contest will be 'Water  and Beach Activities' (Neptune's Realm) Age categories  for this even are as follows: 5  & under, 6 & 7, 8 & 9, 10-12.  The Bike and costume parade  is open to all ages.  In order to make this day a  success we need your help, so  please give us a call and give a  couple of hours of your time.  Lynn 886-9658 eves, or Pam  886-7506 eves.  Gibsons Ready Mix  999-9174  "Drainrock "Washed Rock  'Sand 'Fill  ���Concrete Anchors  Mon.���Friday 8am.���5p.m  Celtic music at  Arts High Tea  A formal British High Tea,  enlivened by the Celtic music  of Vancouver's Under the  Moss, will be held August 9 in  the gardens of the Sunshine  Coast Arts Centre.  Under the Moss will present  a concert of authentic Scottish  and Irish music. Performers  Cathy Thompson, Patrick  Smith and Victor Smith, play  a variety of instruments, including harp, recorder, violin,  mandolin, guitar, penny whistle and flute.  Those who saw Under the  Moss at the recent Courtenay  Renaissance Fair will undoubtedly not want to miss  another opportunity to hear  the group's delightful jigs and  ballads.  Tea organizers Judy Gates  and Joan Marshall will offer  traditional savouries before  the concert and dainties and  tea during intermission. The  Arts Centre has acquired a  reputation for its delightful  foods, as those who attended  the Grand Opening and the  Early Music Brunch will attest.  Cost for this concert is $7,  which includes the formal tea.  The event starts prompty at 4  p.m. on Sunday, August 9, at  the Arts Centre. For reservations please phone the centre  at 885-5412. This event is  limited to 60 guests.  HAWAII  RETURN  from  Jan. I - Mar. N, W82  INS TRAUEL 88MM5  Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons   886-8222  THE CORPORATION OF THE  VILLAGE OF SECHELT  PENALTIES  ON SECHELT TAXES  July 31, 1981 is the last day for payment of 1981  Property Taxes, without penalty.  Percentage Additions will be added to unpaid current taxes in 1981, as follows:  10% on August 4th, 1981  Payment sent by mail must be posted in time to  reach the Collector by July 31, 1981; otherwise  penalty will be added.  To avoid penalty, anyone who has not received a  Tax Notice, or new owners who are in doubt as to  whether their taxes are paid, should check with  the Tax Department before July 31,1981.  J.M.A. Shanks,  Collector  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  SPRINKLING REGULATIONS  EFFECTIVE MAY 1  The following properties may sprinkle on:  MONDAY ��� 7 am ��� 10 am & 7 pm - 9 pm  WED. ��� 7 am ��� 10 am & 7 pm ��� 9 pm  FRIDAY ��� 7 am ��� 10 am  1. All waterfront properties  2. Cowrie Street in the Village of Sechelt  3. All houses north of the Hydro right-of-way in Ihe Village of  Sechelt. with the exception ot Lookout Avenue.  4. All properties Ironting the south side ol Norwest Bay Road  5. Derby Road, Bleigh Road and Wakefield Road in West  Sechelt.  6. The south side ol Chaster, Rosamund. Fairview & Grandview  Roads in Gower Point.  7. North Road.  8. The west side of all streets in Langdale.  9. Whitaker Road in Davis Bay.  ALL OTHE.R PROPERTIES NOT LISTED ABOVE MAY SPRINKLE  ON:  TUESDAY -7 am ��� 10 am & 7 pm ��� 9 pm  THURSDAY      -7 am ��� 10 am & 7 pm ��� 9 pm  SATURDAY       -7 am ��� 10 am  ONE SPRINKLER ONLY  IS PERMITTED ON EACH PROPERTY  WHEN A FIRE SIREN IS SOUNDED,  PLEASE TURN OFF YOUR SPRINKLER  Q. Dixon  Works Superintendent  NOTICE  Oibtons IDharf  will be CLOSED  to vehicle traffic from  6 pm Friday, July 31, 1981  to  8 pm Sunday, August 2,  1981  Vehicles left on the dock after 6 pm Friday, July 31 will be  towed away  This closure is authorized by the Village of Gibsons  facilitate Sea Cavalcade and Dogfish Derby activities  to ��� - -  .  .  uoast News, July 28,1981  Pender Harbour News  Historic Pender eyesore  Splashing around at the Seamounl Car Wash Wednesday night cooled off Ihe Sea Cavalcade Queen candidates who worked up  a sweat vacuuming and washing cars for eager customers (for a price, of course).  ��� Vena Parnall photos  Community picnic  upcoming this week  by Robl Peters  Pender Harbour Community  Picnk & Fair - Sunday August  2 - Lions Park  Schedule of Events  Ham  Open Air Church Service  12 Noon  Flower Show Judging  Cooking & Wine Judging,  Children's Races - Concessions open - Roving Punch &  Judy show - Carnival Games  6 pm  Bonfire Sing A Long  Judge for the Flower Show  is Mrs. E. Dowdie from Gibsons who is a qualified Flower  Show Judge. List of entries:  1. Cut flower summer arrangement  2.,3 single Roses  3.13 single Marigolds  4.:3 single Dahlias  5.:Children;s (under 14) wild  flower arrangement  6.; Best Bloom of show - any  one flower.  'Judge for cooking events is  the popular Hanna Ratsberg -  Home Economics teacher at  Pender Harbour High School.  Hanna will be judging:  1. Bread -1 lb. loaves any type  2."Pies - 2 types Fruit and  Cream  3. Decorated Cakes  4. Smoked Salmon - 2 types -  Dry or Moist smoke  5. Jams & Jelly  6. [Pickles - Dills - Relish  Our wine expert is Jamie  Wallen. Jamie, his friends tell  me, has quite a reputation as a  wine connoiseur. Jamie hails  from UBC, Faculty of Education. The wine will be judged  in two categories; Dry and  Sweet.  Our own local vegetable expert, Frank Roosen will judge  the garden vegetables. Frank  says to bring all vegies along  and he will put them into different sections. Prize to be  given for quality and another  for display.  Prizes for the 1st place and  ribbons for reserve in each  category will be given. Entries  will be accepted at tables provided, from 10 am. -12 Noon.  There will be lots of Gar-  nival games for amusement,  Peter Allen will be here for  entertainment. The Suncoast  Players are sponsoring Peter,  who is described as a mobile  two legged theatre. I'm look-  Pender  Swap Meet  Pender Harbour Hospital  Auxiliary would like to remind  all its members that Saturday,  August 1st, is the Swap Meet  in Madeira Park. Please have  all your saleable items at the  Community Hall by 9:00 a.m.  or if you need to have them  picked up phone Sylvia  Thirlwell at 883-9963 or Peg  Riley at 883-2230.  ing forward to his Punch &  Judy show. Make sure the kids  bring their running shoes and  big appetites -Fred Crosby has  lots of prizes to be won.  The rumours are true about  that big cougar crossing the  highway last week. Ron &  Rose Cole stopped in to tell us  he had just leaped in front of  their car and was headed  toward the water. They said he  crossed the road in one huge  leap. Shortly after Bill saw a  big buck swimming to the middle of the bay and head out to  lose its scent. Watch out these  dark nights.  Mid-August for Gibsons Tennis Tournament...  The Annual Gibsons Tennis  Tournament will be held this  year during the week of  August 10 - IS. Tournament  Chairman, Lee Brown who  conducted last year's successful event will again be  heading the committee and  any equiries can be directed to  him at 885-2437.  A/ESTWURLD  SOUND  Wharf & Cowrie  885-3313  Entry forms will be  available at both Sunnycrest  and Sechelt Trail Bay Sports  stores. A full range of event  for men and women will be  held with consolation rounds.  It is expected that all of last  year's winners will be entering,  which includes Danny McKay  in the men's singles, Dan and  Eric Cardinall in the Men's  Doubles, Bobby Woods in the  Ladies' Singles and in the Mixed Doubles with her stalwart  supporter, Bill Wood.  A Junior event would be  held if sufficient interest is  shown.  GRAND OPENING SALE  ANTIQUES  & Fine Collectibles  10% - 20% OFF EVERYTHING!  JULY 29-AUGUST 9  Open Thurs. - Mon.  11 am - 9 pm, Tues., Wed.  6 pm  am  Browsers Welcome!  Hwy. 101, Davis Bay  Phone 88S-7S66  by Doris Edwardson  Store fire.  Well, the ugly old building  finally got what it deserved,  for who wanted to look at a  moss-covered roof, boarded  and broken windows and a  complete sign of neglect in  Madeira Park?  It went on fire Saturday  evening July 18 and is still sitting there because we have  such a reliable Fire Department they put it out because  there is such a steep incline  behind it further problems  could have occurred, and  possibly for other reasons.  In the meantime, Johnny  Hedderson suffered some injuries from firefighting. This  old place has quite a history. It  was built by Alan Stewart  around 1942, the same person  who built the house that eventually turned into the old  Branch 112 Legion. When  Alan built the old store it was  originally a house and it  wasn't until Dave Wendland  purchased it that it actually  became a store. Later, Wilf  Harper bought it and had his  mother, Mrs. Constance  Harper, run it. Later, it was  sold to Sid McDonnell, who  had it for many years. After  that, Willy Mattis had it, then  some fellow took it over to use  if for an oil burner repair service shop, gave up, and it went  on the market again.  In the past there was a Post  Office attached to the store  and such people as Mrs. Vi  Tyner, Captain Kent, Bob and  Doris Creighton and Betty  Higgins were the postmasters,  so now when you really think  of it, Madeira Park has actually lost a landmark, but please  someone tear the rest of it  down,  Birthday party.  By the time you read this,  Shelly Kattler will have  celebrated her sixtieth birthday and she is very proud of it.  Proud because her  doctors  never thought she could make  it, because she has an incurable crippling problem with  her legs, which is why she goes  around on crutches, but she  doesn't feel sorry for herself.  She is a fighter, for the community and the teen-agers and  probably for anyone who has  a problem, for the has broad  shoulders. Vi and Earl (the  Pearl) Ansell had a party for  her on Saturday evening, July  25, with many friends attending and there is also one on  Tuesday evening, the date of  her birthday, at the Legion  Branch 112.  Hospital News.  Wilf Harper has been in and  out of St. Mary's waiting for  them to tell him what's wrong.  He has an idea, but they are  not sure yet. Nothing too  serious. Warren Hartley is in  St. Mary's. Eva Harper was in  with a bout of pneumonia and  is okay now. Walter Fisher  was taken to St. Mary's, and  also Cole Schutens.  Ball team.  It's nice to have a local ball  team, but it takes some money  to keep it in operation. Just  recently Doug Orr donated  our Pender Harbour Hustlers  girls ball team one hundred  dollars. They really need more  if they can get it.  This is an actual rumour going around Pender Harbour,  and it sounds like the impossible mission, but here it is.  Condominiums, two towers,  40 stories high, pyramid-style,  going up on both sides of  Francis Peninsula.  r  CANDI-l  Reg. $699.95  ���649.*  3 YEAR  , WARRANTY          7iu��  Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons  OOVOAITI  PLACING & FINISHING  PA IX>S - DRIVEWAYS Al Tapes of Concrete  FLOORS  FOUNDATIONS Finishes incMins  SIDEWALKS Coloured or Exposed  Call Any Time  885-2125 886-8511  SERVING PENDER HARBOUR TO PORT MELLON  WCB PENSION  CHEQUES FOR  RESIDENTS OF THE  SUNSHINE COAST.  Effective today, WCB pension oheques  will be available from the Government Agent  In Teredo Square, Seohelt  This applies to pension cheques only  ��  WORKERS'COmPENSATION BOARD SSSHBI Coast News, July 28,1981  Local Early  POTATOES  Caliloraia  lb  lb  BAKEEy  C^ National BaktriM' Aa|    AP  S,   Floured scones     Jl .Zu  whole mushrooms        *-. 79C  Sink  luncheon meal        m.s1jI8  clamato lulce ,.,,��. *1.l  Lts&Ptnii'i  Worcester ssuce ��... *1.39  SsKkny    Bstilar w hit-milk  pancake mix ,J1.65  Eutpiit Tiij  shrimp  Idlmi ��� It-ilsr & CsUmk  iced lea mix  IrJky'i  poleto chips  .114)  ill  Pi  Ciitisy Eggplant  4%     mmAgOfai-J)     mmlfMJf   ^mSM^^fasatt)  t*   awsmahnsrssw memWm OVVVWlal  tWmtflmt warn  t%   As%Ummsssm%ms4ssM   snatsssastnst   OsosassXet  * npnpnRi re-Here jmfiw  Smite Please  1/    JL-^^^^KA^   Uts^t   ih^ga^^-u   O   auil  JLri   t\sses*%ms  /t ranpetw punk r*Ym* ��� ������" w ������  7g ^*w "** w-JPOw^W^e  fl  1. Peel and dice the eggplant. Sprinkle with the salt. Place in a colander, cover lightly and leave to drain  for an hour. Rinse with cold water and pat dry with paper towelling.  2. Place the oil and 1 tablespoon of butter in a frying pan and saute the eggplant gently until golden.  Remove from pan and drain on paper towelling. Keep warm. Saute the onions until just golden.  3. Stir in the tomato paste, the chopped tomatoes, garlic and parsley. Season with pepper and salt to  taste. Simmer the mixture for about 5 minutes, stirring gently. Add the diced eggplant and stir into the  mixture.  4. Lightly grease a baking dish and place the mixture In It. Sprinkle with the cheese, breadcrumbs and  knobs of butter. Broil until bubbling and golden. Serve.  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Bake  at 375"F for 15 minutes and serve.  }on't forget-mking's a bmit-mMi annul  Nest Lewis  (former Home Economics teacher)  DAicy-  Mi ��� ditt-i  permessn cheese     -*��� '2.49  Srath-m Su ��� Frw CswmMi  orenpe lulce  ��*. 790  HaU - CsKtuMi  orange lulce ,M��..'1.19  Sashed brown potatoes   *..  ii  wamjtimm  mm��  mm  Day by day. Item by Item, we do more tor vou In  Drowning variety, Quality and friendly sei-vlce.  'ivo resBPUB the rioht to limit quantities  ower Point Rd., Gibsons      Free Delivery to the Wharf     896*2257  The  PoP  Shoppe  12-30 ok/850 ml     $550  Any flavour pi..^,���,  $5,00    24-10 oz/300 ml  piuidqMir    Any flavour  Special  Whole  Cooked  GRAB  Freeh Dally  $1.99/lb.  iGibsonsFishMkt.  886-7888  1 ALL SPORTS'1  MARINE  \   SUMMER HOURS  Mon. ��� Wtd.  Open 'til 7 pm.  Thurs. - Fri.  'til 9 pm.  Sat. 'til 6 pm.  Sun. 'til S pm.  886-9303  BHWaSsasMBaBBBIfBl coast News, July 28,1981  HOLIDAY SPECIALS  Wednesday - Sunday  July 29 - August 2  Ir*  mayonnaise ��-$1.29  ������in      JUilt Inkta  Infant baby food        .-,.. 2/630  Itiii     Ant't. lariitiei  junior beby lood        >Ud 2/990  l��JH1  pancake syrup ��* 990  MnfcktM  lood wrap a..a.,1J9  Scat!       Hut'i Ctlaut  naper towels lu'l.  Open Fridays til 7 p.m.  Open Sundays & Holidays  10 a.m. - 5 p.m.  ���H EAT  OOLUR  FOODS  Fletcker's ��� Skiiless  Fletcksr s ��� Skuless 4-lf-lA  PORK SAUSAGE^,89q  CHEDDAR CHEESE   $2.49  fabric softener �����. $2.99  Unmi       Ant'i Ctbui  feciel tissue -,. 990  9F BEEF  lb  S2.99  Saoked Whole 01 Skunk Portioi  Ik  bbkSpri*  bath soap ,^$1.39  HOUSEWARES  FOIL PIE I CARE PAIS  FOIL PIE  8 S/1S" x J 1/4"  4'a Rag. '1.15  SKCIU PWKNUE  SHOP TALK  *>,.��� Lk   W..~       S*.'     *���  by BUI Edney  Free Enterprise  There seems to be some misconception In the minds of some people as to what "free enterprise" really  means. For those whose vision of free enterprise and capitalism Is that of people In business with llcenss to  freely rob the public, this little article would not suffice to alter their views one whit.  When I see an article, such as appeared In the editorial column of this newspaper last week, making frontal  and disparaging attack on free enterprise, I get really concerned. I am concerned about people who would promote an alternative that elsewhere In the world suppresses the. Initiative, enterprise and freedom of people  generally.  I was raised on a farm from childhood. I am forever grateful for having been brought up In an atmosphere of  freedom and hard work. There Is no enterprise more challenging than farming, where personal Initiative, suffering hardship and perseverance bring rewards far beyond a livelihood and whatever financial gains that  could be gleaned.  In the times I speak of there were, no farmers' organizations and no support If a farmer failed. The same held  true then, as now, for buslnesspeople.  Now we have protective organizations ever Increasing In size, ever more powerful, whose real life Interests  frequently clash head-on.  Don't knock free enterprise. It's the only bastion left to those who would be free to earn their livelihood In  any way their Interest, initiative end capital takes them. All must, however, operate within the law and not take  the law Into their own hands.  1. Cut out this Coupon  2. Attach to your Sales Slip  3. Return to Ken's Lucky Dollar  %   ���  SV*I  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 nolice.  (.������������������������SiaiaBBBBB��aBaHj  52nd  Grocery Draw Winner  Mrs. M. Hawkeworth  Shop with confidence. Our prices are uerv competitive.  we will not be undersold on these advertised items.  we fully guarantee everything we sell to he satisfactory.  or money cheerfully refunded. 10  Coast News, July 28,1981  L-19-tf  ���'TVT,  KITSTAR  BINOCULAR  SALE!!  An excellent general purpose binocular. Features:  centre focusing, rubber  eye cup, extra wide angle  (lOdeg). Field of view 525  ft. at 1000 yds. With case.  NOW FOCUS IN  ON KITS PRICE  KITSTAR LENS SALE!  7x35 WA ZWCF  28mm f/2.8 WIDE  ANGLE LENS  Meal for landscape and  scenery. Great (or group  shots indoors, hull 5 year  warranty.  .98  80-200mm f/4.5  ZOOM MACRO  LENS  A great all purpose lens  with continuous focusing  from infinilv to ihe  macro range. For hard-  (o-get shots. I nil 5 year  warranty.  229  98  KITSTAR ��������  80-200mm  l/S.S ZOOM  MACRO LENS  A fast lena thai bring, distant subjects closer. With  macro capability [or close-  up photography. Full S  year warranty. Not exactly  as Illustrated.  329  99  KITSTAR  7 - 15x35 ZOOM  A good binocular for sporting events. Features fully  coated optics, centre  focusing, rubber eye cups.  Field of view 300 ft. at  1000 yd*. In power. With  99  109  KITSTAR 10x50  ZCF  A slightly more powerful  binocular, Ideal for hunting. With centre focusing.  Field of view 314 ft. at  1000 yds. With case.  199  KITSTAR 7x35 WA CUSTOM  Great for sports and hunting. Bak 4 prisms give  maximum brightness. Extra wide angle, 11 deg.  Fully coated optics. Rubber eye cups. Field ol view  578 ft. at 1000 yds. With case.  6998  KITSTAR 7x50 ZCF  A binocular ideal for boating or viewing In low  light. Centre focusing. Field of view 372 ft. at 1000  yds. Wilh case.   199  35-70mm f/3.5  ZOOM MACRO  LENS  A versatile lens that's  great for composing your  shot ��� zoom in to get  less clutter. Use for  anything in the wide  angle to standard range.  With macro capability  for close-up pholo-  graphy. Full 5 year war  ranty.  169  98  KITSCOLOR FILM SPECIALS  135mm.  36 EXP.  2 FOR:  99  126mm.  20 EXP.  3 FOR:  99  110mm.  20 EXP.  3 FOR:  99  Sale ends August 1st  Sunnycrest Mall  886-8010  EXCELLENCE IN  ���    ^1 m%s,      PHOTO FINISHING!  KITS (mmm  aaaaaava-aalBMai^a-MB-aB-MMBaMBTBaaB-'  m Fleming on Education  Sing a song of summer  by Fr-tdKts Fleming  Summer vacation It a very  special time for parent* and  children. It it a time when long  conversations can flow, and  when parents can make a very  private and personal appraisal  of how each child is developing. How exciting to come to a  summer camp where there is  no television, or to travel  across the province in a family  camper! Relationships can be  renewed and many misconceptions cleared up over the  course of the long days of  summer.  What is your child's idea of  the world? Does he have a  good concept of Canada? One  young person told his father  that Trudeau it that bad guy  back East and Reagan is our  President. Can your child  name the provinces of Canada  in order. West to East? How  many of the states the United  States of America can he name  and locate? A map in the car  used every time the family  notes a different license plate  can be lots of fun, and educations. What are the Pacific rim  countries? If one launches a  note in a bottle, where might it  travel? What would it find?  What languages would be  spoken in each country it  touched on?  Summer time is the time to  teach children good hygiene.  Insect bites, sunburn, scratches and cuts, all have to be  treated, and treatment can be  accompanied by interesting  facts about the human body,  its protective and restorative  qualities. Even bruises are  facinating as they turn from  blue to yellow and fade away.  Why must we breathe in clean  air? Why cannot we drink  any water that looks clean?  Why do we get so hungry?  What does sleep mean to each  one?   Why  do   we   use  designated rest areas, and  wash our hands before eating  or preparing food? The  business of living and staying  healthy is fascinating to a  child.  Summer is the time to teach  good citizenship. Abstract  lessons on environmental  pollution and protection have  their place in school, but summer is the time when parents  can develop in their children a  sincere appreciation for a  dean, tidy, garbage-free environment. Children must be  encouraged to put wrappers in  the containers provided, not to  litter parks and beaches or the  lovely nature trails so  prevalent on the Sunshine  Coast. Broken glass is a terrible hazard in lakes and along  the seashore. Burying the  pieces deep in the ground may  save someone a nasty cut if no  other disposal method is at  hand. When the family encounters an especially clean  campsite, it is well to comment, to express appreciation  for the unknown friends who  left the place so nice; then the  children will take pleasure in  leaving it as nice for the  unknown friends who will  follow them.  Summer is the time to make  new friends. Children are  naturally shy of strangers, and  properly so, but they should  be taught how to introduce  themselves and each other,  how to speak to strange  children's parents, how to find  new aad exciting playmates  among their peers. The exchange of views on various  schools, communities!, conversation about different life  styles, fill many summer  hours, and open the children's  eyes to the world of people  around them.  A summer diary, short and  illustrated if possible with line  drawings, snapshots or picture  Worship Services  ST. JOHN'S  Davis Bay - 9:30 am.  GIBSONS  Glassford Rd. - 11:15 am.  Sunday School - 9:30 am.  Rtv.Alra.CRtU  Church Telephone  886-2333  ST. BARTHOLOMEW A  ST. AIDAN  ANGLICAN CHURCHES  CoraMiM-i Service  1st Sunday 11:15 A.M.  in St. Bartholomew'!  Gibsons  ABotharSaadara  Roberts Creek 9:30 a.m.  Family Holy Eucharist  Gibsons 11:15 a.m.  Rector:  Rev. John E. Robinson  Park Rd., Gibsons  Pastor: Harold Andrews  Res: 886-9163,  Church: 8(6-2611  Sunday School 9:30 a.m.  Morning Service II KM a.m.  Gospel Service 7 p.m.  Prayer ft Bible Study  Thursday 7 p.m.  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 1864482  Affiliated with the  Pentecostal Assemblies   of  Canada   SEVENTH-DAY  ADVENTIST CHURCH  Sabbath School Sat. 10 a.m.  Hour of Worship Sat. 11 a.m.  Browning Rd. & Hwy. 101  Pastor: C. Dricberi  Everyone Welcome  For Information phone:  885-9750 or 813-2736  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-M.pm.  AU in United Church edifice  on main hl��h*ay in Davis  Boy.   Everyone   is   warmly  Invited to attend.  Phone 885-3157 or 886-7112  ROMAN CATHOLIC  SERVICES  Rev. Angelo De Pompa  Parish Priest  Times of Masses  Saturday 5:00 p.m.  St. Mary's, Gibsons  7:30 pm. Pender Harbour  (July 4 to September 12 only)  Re|alar Sunday Mann  9:00 a.m. Our Lady  of Lourdes Church  Sechell Indian Reserve  10:00 a.m. Holy Family  Church, Sechelt ,  12:00 noon St. Mary's Church  Gibsons  Confessions before Mass  Phone: 885-9526 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 ,185-5635  postcards can be put away  carefully by mother for rereading many years in the  future, perhaps when a  cherished grandchild begins to  have similar summer experiences. Little treasure  chests should be set up for  each child, even a shoe box  will suffice, to be gone over  some wintry evening to recall,  as it will, happy times of family fun.  Childhood is so short a  period in our society! Our  children rush pell-mell into a  prolonged adolescence, from  which some older people never  escape. The years when a  family can really enjoy each  other in group activities go by  very quickly. The adults  should plan very carefully to  use the precious summer months for mutual understanding  and enhancement of the love  and appreciation which help  the family cohere. Teenage  rebellions will be fewer and  less damaging if the family  base has been firmly established-through thoughtful programming of the lovely days  of summer.  Insect bites  by J. Shaeke BSc (Pharm)  When you are stung or bitten by an insect, the reaction  that follows is produced mainly by substances contained in  the venom of stinging insects  or in the saliva of biting insects. Localized irritation, itching, swelling, feeling of heat  and flushing of the skin, excessive perspiration, vomiting,  fainting and choking may occur. The site of the skin can influence the intensity of reaction; bites are more severe on  ankles and legs than on other  parts of the body because of  the poor circulation in these  , areas.  First aid measures are usually all that is needed. Depending on how severe the reaction to the bite is, apply ice  packs on the sting site to slow  absorption of venom and  reduce itching, swelling and  pain. If a stinger is present, try  to remove it with tweezers.  Best results can be obtained  with  lotions  and  sprays.  Check with your pharmacist  for the correct produce for  you.  uoast News, July 28,1981  11  Larry Braun painting over the famous "Coho" pink Seaview Marital.  ^Carefree Gardening  by Sandy Loam  Isn't it great when one  business or household does a  big 'spruce-up' or re-  landscaping? Suddenly the  surrounding areas look much  shabbier than they really are.  It is usually with some chagrin  that nearby folk loosen the  purse strings and fling  themselves into complementing the renewed area by bringing their own section up to  standard.  The new Creekhouse  Restaurant has completely  altered the appearance of the  three corners in Roberts Creek  by providing an attractive  building and a well-  maintained fresh new  greensward. This has sent  Seaview Market's Larry Braun  out with ladders and buckets  of sharp fresh creamy white  paint. (It was rumoured that  Marlene Longman kept  George tied to a tree while  Larry selected the colour.  George was suspected of having several left-over gallons of -  his famous 'Coho' pink and  Creekers were considering a  vigilante night watch to prevent, its being used.)  Similarly, in Gibsons,-the *f"  Post Office has used its period  of relative quiet to upgrade the  landscaping around the  building under the expert  guidance of Willie Takahashi.  The result is a glory of low  maintenance Japanese shrubbery with different grades and  attractive flagstone walkways.  It looks so charming now that  the Gibsons Municipal Hall  looks tackier than ever and  will simply have to pull up its  horticultural socks and do  something about the token  landscaping they currently ignore.  Cedar Cres| Golf (driving  range and mini-golf) has acquired a settled look, having  done a lovely job with their  new flower beds and shrub  gardens.  Willie Takahashi also  designed a dandy new  Japanese shrub garden for  Avo Kingo of the Peninsula  Hotel.  New driving laws |  Stirrer new penalties will face the motorists of British Colum- ��l  bia if legislation recently introduced by Department of .3  Highways Minister Alex Fraser becomes law. *5  The proposed legislation, resulting from a Motor Vehicle tg  Task Force initiated by the then Attorney General Garde Gar- :���:  dom in 1978, represents a major shift in traffic law enforcement **j  in British Columbia. The new emphasis will be on fines and jail ��� *>  terms in addition to points. &  "We are giving habitually bad drivers fair warning that we in- '<  tend to curb the alarming increase in fatalities and personal in- '���$  jury motor vehicle accidents," said Highways Minister Fraser.  -?���  The proposed changes would provide for escalating penalties ;!���  depending upon a person's driving record. The penalty when an :J  offence is committed will be based on the number of points for '&  trifle rule offences recorded in the past year. A driver with less ���>:  than threepoints on his record will be assigned points only. This &  will affect the majority of drivers violating traffic laws. A driver ��  with three to eight points will be assigned additional points and :?:  assessed a fine. A driver with' nine or more points will have to at- A  tend court, be assessed a minimum fine of $100 and assigned &  points. A driver with IS or more points will be prohibited a &  motor vehicle for a mandatory period of two months, in addi- ���.���>  lion to being fined and assigned points. '<  Persons convicted of Criminal Code driving offences such as t*.  impaired driving, refusing the breathalyzer, failing to remain at ��;���  the scene of an accident, and dangerous driving, would, in addi- t;j  tion to punishment under the Criminal Code, receive a man- �����  datory six month prohibition from driving. �����          Other changes will see a minimum fine of $300 and a jfj;  This "clean up, paint up, "toto*���* ����v��n <�����*�� *�� J*" for motoristt convicted of driving jg  & TmmV. o^^v. -iriver, who are apprehend* driving 30 km over the I  -i���~���, L,: i.. i���rut��� posted speed limit. .���.  planters along with its building  expansion and an indoor,  room-dividing, tropical jungle  will separate the layout and  typesetting departments from  the editorial and classified  areas. Planning is certainly a  lot of fun and keeping up with  the Joneses isn't all that bad if  it improves the beauty and ambience of of our lovely Sunshine Coast.  Happy Planning!  Audrey's Coffee Service  Modern Coffee Makers supplied  & serviced at no charge  Pay only for supplies you use  No office too big or too small  Wallle Takahashi creating a new look for the Post Office la Gib-  SOni - Sandy Loim Photo  We have a complete  Patient Record Plan  for your protection & convenience  For one stop Shopping  come to  aibsons western Drugs  iunnycresl Mall 811*7211 Questions on government changes  Davis Bay pier last week saw good fishing, good weather and an excellent sunset.  ���  I  - Bradley J Benson photo  Continued from Page One  that Area 'D' would be fought over if the Coast was to be split  into three municipalities.  "The population figures were startling in this split," said  Stelck, "We found that the Pender area municipality would  have 15% of the total population on the Coast, the Gibsons area  municipality 41 % of the population and the Central municipality would have 44%."  Figures were also given for the percentage of the tax base to be  received from the areas (the assessment for mill rate purposes)  which co-ordinated with the population figures; Pender area,  25%, Gibsons area 36% and the Central area 39%.  The significance of these figures was explained.  The 10 mills taxes levied from the Port Mellon Pulp mill has  been going to the provincial government. This yearly amount,  $10 million, has been promised to the Sunshine Coast as one of  the initiatives to restructure local government.  If it is decided to form more than one district municipality,  the Port Mellon pie will be divided, as Woodward said, on a  population or tax base.  With the figures produced in the report, the larger slice would  go to the central area not as it was previously assumed, to Gibsons and the surrounding area (E and F).  "Most people believe that the Port Mellon mill assessment  carries much weight. It starts to have much significance when  the pie has to be carved. Eyes will be raised, if the cutting takes  the money away from the lower end of the Coast," said Stelck.  Another significant fact was brought out dealing with another  government incentive. A grant will be awarded in the form of  $200 per person in the electoral areas and $50 per person in the  villages.  In the event of forming three municipalities, the Gibsons area  municipality would receive, again, less than the Central  municipality. Gibsons has more people living inside the boundaries (2289) than Sechelt (906) which would cut down considerably on the grant money. Gibsons would receive in total, including the two electoral areas, $729,050 while Sechelt and the  three electoral areas would receive $1,023,500.  "The bottom line does say," said Stelck, "if you start carving  up the pie, you really have to think about it carefully."  "The municipalities could find themselves in quite a jam,"  said Stelck, "But I don't suggest the report is an answer. It is a  question, a guess. Any change could render it wrong."  The meeting ended with discussions on what to ask the  minister at the July 30 meeting. Questions will include the taxation structure set for the area, the political structure of the new  government or governments, the money available for restructuring, and the form of grants.  "We should take the position of our office," said Stelck  "And ask all the important and relevant questions to take the  answers back to our people."  A series of meetings will be held after the July 30 meeting with  the minister to inform the public and answer questions relating  to the restructuring.  for tourists and residents.  YOUR SUNSHINE COAST HOSPITALITY DIRECTORY  CHARTERS  RECREATION  SERVICES  Penn Yann  Chartered  Service  Fishing In the  big-flail waters  Include* bait ft rods  Charters leave from  Gibsons Wharf  Phone for Information  3 885-9502  Fishing Charters  based at  '] Secret Cove  43  885-9055  CAMPING  40 Sites - Some on Beach  FULL FACILITIES  BONNIEBROOK  CAMP & TRAILER  PARK  24  ��� Licenced Dining Room  Gower Point Road, Gibsons  886-2887 886-8177  Cedar Crest  Golf Centre  2 mi, north ol Gibsor  Hwy. 101 & Sullivan Rd.  DRIUIlia RANGE  MINI aOLF  OPEN TIL DUSK  Refreshments available  886-7761 23  L  VOLVO  CHRYSLER  Marine  BORG  WARNER  Full Slock Parta  Paul Drake Ltd.  Gibsons  686-2929  I P f  CANADIAN PROPANE  Service work on all Gas Appliances  Complete line ol electric A gat  appliances 4 camping equipment  Dishwashers _bb|_m��  Ranges 1 II  Refrigerator. lCANADIANj  Rar-6-O's I ..  Washers & Dryers       I II  Full lint ol H.V. Appliances  Mon.-Frl. I a.m. - S p.m.  Sal. 9 a.m. ��� S p.m.  Hwy. 101, Sechelt  across from Big Mac Superette  885-2360 31  PROPANE  SALES  We deliver to Gibsons Wharf  ��� Welding & Repairs  ��� Pic-a-pop Shop  COAST  IHDUS1MES  Hwy. 101 1��  GIBSONS 886-9159  AC RENTALS  & BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Highway 101  Francis Peninsula   44  RENTALS &  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  883-2585  MARINAS AND MARINE SUPPLIES  RESTAURANTS  PROVISIONS    & GROCERIES  M  MARINA  J*11* fojtrlmi  Moorage - Showers  Laundry  R.R. # 1  Halfmoon Bay, B.C.     41  885-5888  Van. Direct: 684 3541  SwiTTy's  Manna Lid.  HENRY J. SMITH - OWNER  ���Ice 8. Bait  'Fishing Tackle  Glbtona Harbour  4 886-7711  Madeira  Marina  MARINE SALES  & SERVICE  Saltwater Sport Fishing  Licenses  OMC. Evinrude, Volvo Mpriruist-r  Housekeeping Units  Fishing Tackle  Parly Ice 4S  Madeira Part. B.C. 163-2260  Land-saa communications  I Chandlery Ltd.  Fishing Gear - Radars  Sounders - VHF Radios  AUTOMOTIVE  **    AUTOMOTIVE  Parta ��� Saltt ��� Strvlce  ���REPAIRS TO ALL MAKES  -COLLISION REPAIRS  BCAA Approved  Overheating Problems?  THE RAD SHOP  The Only Place lo Take a Leah  Hwy. 101, Olbaona  886-7919   ?o  GARDEN BAY  STORE  tt  let ��� Propant ��� Frozen Bait  Groceries ��� Meat ��� Produce  Chevron gas ��� oil A supplies  Open 7 days a week  8 a.m. -10 p.m.  POST OFFICE  POP SHOPPE  Garden Bay 46  Glbions Landing     886-2257  ��� Open 7 days ��� week  ��� Complete   line   ol   groceries,   treih  meets, produce & baked goods  ��� Large selection ot Housewares.  ��� Ice (block & cube) Picnic supplies.  FREE DELIVERY TO THE  WHARF T  GIFTS & NOVELTIES - CRAFTS  m  Antiques;  & Politique  Specializing in  Crystal. Silver & China  BRASS & COPPER  NATURAL FABRICS  Open 11 a.m. ��� 5 p.m.  Hwy. 101, on the hill,  Gibsons ���  ���**"���������       ��e  SUNNYCREST  MALL v^f-j  W  "Everything You  Could Possibly Need."  33 Merchants to Serve  You  IB  Hwy. 101, Gibsons  Superior  mm  m  You  Mulll  IK  H  r Specialty St  era, Brakes,Tun*  wihxoiis  AKB&TH  wy. 101, Gibson  886-8213  iop:  i-Ups  MK  s  21  cTWarinr Inn  Gibsons. B.C    2  Showers Laundromat Mooragi*  On Gibsons Harbour Tronl  Meals Served      ? amjllpm  f  H^vtllt    " 311111  NEIGHBOURHOOD  PUBLIC HOUSE  Gourmet Lunches  Dinner Specials  DAILY  15     Cedar Plaza  Gibsons 88S-9815  J#11aftl*tr1mi  SMUGGLER'S LOUNGE  HEATED POOL  LUXURY ACCOMMODATIONS  Colour T.V,, Telephone,  lull Kitchen, Fireplace  R.R. �� 1  Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  885-5888  Van. Direct: 684-3541  Edgewater  ��Auto  SERVICE  Ltd.  in upper Gibsons  across from mall  COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE  SERVICE  7:00a.m. - 10.00p.m.  7 days a week  13 886-9962  E  OASTAL  TIRE. BRAKE I SUSPENSION CENTRE  Tire Sales  O Service  Brake  Repairs  ���St-1700  ���M-Slc-7  Hwy. MI, Gibsons  22  KlfT-cVCftR  HIT-ft-TRUCK  Dally - Weekly  Monthly  Competitive Rales  MBjUflggfa  SOUTH COAST FORD  Sechelt       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  i     886-2572  #"V        /v -    SKOoVuffCHUCK V      -~v  < TV  K-Mk t  NELSON^    J       jjjfli,  / ISLAND \ \   ,' y^0  J    -w  f'  SECHELT  PENINSULA  '--]    TUWANEK "v^y  W'i%  "��        ^W/r��.'M..PAI,K  ��   ��**      6-iV-ilfV!-    VV-  )t��>0 ISLAND "X^~Y  SECRET^      ..   .-W-COVE 41.- ��  _^^ .-a* *  STRAIT     V ^0F  GEORGIA Coast News, July 28,1981  13  Coast Guard Search and Rescue  stands ready on the Sunshine Coast  by Vent Parnell  A lack of basic boating safety practices rather than life-  threatening disasters keep the summer Coast Guard patrols  busy, according to Walter McMullen, coxswain at Garden Bay  Station No. 505.  Against a background of radio-transmission sounds, Coast  Guard No. 505 can be reached on VHF 16 and CB 9, McMullen  and his two-man crew relax in the sun while always on the alert  for the call that will send them out within minutes to a marine  emergency.  Operating from June 4 till September 8, the summer Coast  Guard program known as IRB (Inshore Rescue Boats) employs  about 50 summer students at stations in the coastal waters of  B.C.  It is a well-paying attractive  job for outdoors-oriented  young men and the one week  on 24-hour-a-day duty interspersed with one week off  duty makes it a highly sought  position. Students Doug  Buchanan, who is taking Applied Science at UBC and has  returned for his second summer at Garden Bay, and Pierre  Lavallee from Quebec were  selected from 2,000 applicants, I was told.  "We have attended 32 calls  so far this summer, about the  same number as last year,"  said McMullen who has also  returned for his second year at  Garden Bay and shares coxswain duties with Don  Westwood.  "Inflation and the rising  cost of fuel does not seem to  be keeping people home and  off the water, although it may  be contributing to the number  of calls we get from people  who have run out of fuel."  The Coast Guard carries extra fuel for boaters who have  run dry and they have begun  charging for the service. Attending distress calls in the 18  foot rubber inflatable Avon  Sea-Rider, equipped with two  50 hp engines, the Coast  Guard carries first-aid equipment, Tire extinguishers, a  salvage pump, life jackets,  hand-held search lights and  "lots of rope" for towing in  boats who have run into  mechanical difficulties.  The boat carries 20 gallons  of fuel, enough for six hours  on the water and can travel 40  - 45 mph. Coast Guard No.  505 patrols Jervis Inlet,  Sechelt Inlet, around Texada  Island and down along the  Sunshine Coast "to a point  about mid-way between  Sechelt and Gibsons".  Although they are not  limited as to where they may  attend calls in extreme  emergencies, each Coast  Guard station patrols specific  coastal waters, co-ordinated  by the Rescue Co-ordination  Centre in Victoria. They work  in co-operation with the local  PEP (Provincial Emergency  Program) on the Sunshine  Coast which keeps a Zodiac at  Secret Cove.  They receive support from  the Air-Sea Rescue helicopters  River patrol adjacent areas of  Georgia Strait.  The most common calls are  from boaters who have run  out of fuel or who are experiencing mechanical  breakdowns, but the "primary  function of our stations is  search and rescue and that  takes priority", said  McMullen.  Boaters without charts, collisions with deadheads and  fires are other regular problems for the Coast Guard  patrols but so far this year  there has been only one  medical emergency.  Crews are chosen for their  experience in life-saving,  boating, first-aid and fire-  fighting skills. In the evenings,  they do harbour patrols and  give courtesy inspections and  informal boating safety instruction through the local  marinas. On holidays, the  crews patrol busy fishing  areas, staying close in case of  emergencies.  Despite the dangerous  reputation of the Skookumchuk, Coast Guard No. 505  has not had any reports of  boating mishaps in that area,  but that may be because  volunteers living nearby are  quick to assist if necessary,  said McMullen.  Boating Safety Instruction  is a major feature provided by  the Coast Guard and public  awareness programs are put  on throughout the prairies and  B.C. in the summer months.  "There are almost as many  lives lost in boating incidents  in the prairies as in coastal  waters," said McMullen.  During the winters, schools  are visited and children are encouraged to develop awareness  of safe boating habits. During  courtesy inspections, the  Coast Guard check if boaters  are carrying required safety  equipment and if it is in good  operating condition.  In the meantime, the crew  keep fit themselves and  squeeze in a few hours of  recreation by going swimming,  jogging or playing a bit of tennis at the Irvine's Landing  Community Centre.  They have a bachelor's pad  or crew's quarters above  Garden Bay Marine Services  on Sinclair Bay Road and are  stationed at the Armed Forces experiencing   the   varied  base at Comox and from the delights of learning to cook  Coast Guard hovercraft which for themselves,  attend   emergencies   in   the And what do the young men  Howe Sound area from Van- do when they have their week  couver. off and get away from 24  IRB stations No.  503 at hour-a-day call? Why, they go  Silva Bay, No. 504 at French swimming and sailing and play  Creek near Parksville and No. tennis, of course. Not bad, for  507 at Grief Point near Powell a summer job.  Festival volunteers needed  Volunteer help is still required for various jobs during  the Arts Festival to be held  from August 4th to August  15th..  Most of the jobs remaining  require the ability to take initiative and to ensure that  things will run smoothly during one or a number of ac  tivities. So, if you want to get  your feet wet and have fun at  the same time, call Donna  Shugar, co-ordinator for the  festival at 885-3512 in the  daytime or 886-2843 during  evenings or Joan Cowderoy at  the Volunteer Bureau  885-5881 to talk over how you  can help.  LOCAL  REPRESENTATIVE:  Walter Froese DEVELOPMENTS, LTD.  686-2417 Toll Fret From Vancouvtr 822-2017 I  EVERARD   INSURANCE  SERVICES LTD  Specialists In term life Insurance  ��� Low-cost ��� Mortgage Insurance  ��� Non-Smoker Rates  CALL US AT 885-5726  DISCOUNT PRICES  ��� Furniture  ��� Appliances  ��� T.V.'t & Stereos  ��� Auto Stereos, etc.  KERNS HOME  FURNISHINGS  Seaview Place,  Gibsons  886-9733  Mon. to Sat.  9 am. - 5 pm.  ��� Vena Parnell Pholo  Coxswain Waltera McMullen brings the Coast Guard boat into Garden Bay dock for a mechanical inspection. Two - three-  man crews patrol Sunshine Coast waters and give assistance to boaters in trouble during the busy summer months.  Peninsula Roofing  I insulation Ltd.  Retail Sales  "ft Complete Roofing and insiilalion supM"  Sheet Metal Fabrication  1356 Wharf Rd.  Sechelt Across from But Depot      PIMM 1114744  If  xMOOk  :* ,���*!  Bining Eoom  We Are Now Open for Lunches  Let Bonniebrook brighten up your mid-week!  Tuesday. Wednesday & Thursday  along with our regular menu  we are offering  Jtlanager:  Jeff Harvey  Reservations  Recommended  a Feast of Alaska King Crab Legs  along with  Potato or Rice and Vegetable of the Day  All  for only   $10.50  Jjours:  Tuesday and Wednesday, 5-10  Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 5-11  Sunday, 5-9  886-8177  Clltf:  James Johnson  Licensed  Dining Lounge  yA  II  tl  I  I  B  II  3  is  Is  i  1  1 14  Coast News, July 28,1981  [   SPORTS  ]  From the Fairway  by Emit Hume  The extended period of  good weather has provided a  marked improvement of  visiting green fee players at the  golf course. Our guest register  has the signature of many  players from far away places  such as England, Australia,  Netherlands, Hawaii, Germany and many states of the  U.S.A. It is very gratifying to  receive the many complimentary remarks concerning the  course and clubhouse  facilities.  The next few weeks will tax  the capabilities of our greens  crew and volunteer workers to  assure a smooth operation and  hospitality to the players and  guests of the forthcoming Sea  Cavalcade Golf Tournament  on Saturday and Sunday  August 1st and 2nd. This is  followed by the Ladies Provincial N.H.A. Tournament on  August 12th and 13th.  The Monday Night Mixed  Golfers had the ladles draw  for partners and enjoyed a  game of tic, tac, toe. Using  alternate stroke and total  - score, Bill Foreman and Ken  Robertson won the low score  section and Lila Chambers  and Les Cowley managed to  garner the most points.  Tuesday, Ladies Day, the  ladies played an even hole  game for a low net score. Jay  Townsend shot a 31 Vi for first  place.   Betty   Turnball   was  runner-up with a net 34Vi. In  the nine-hole section Isobel  Cowley netted a low 18. Jo  Emerson shot a low 18'/! for  second place. The final match  of the second team against  Point Grey was also contested  on Tuesday. Our ladies  managed a convincing 69-39  win. There was some talk of  getting the supply of sandbags  replenished! The ladies have  compiled a total score of 254  points out of a possible 432  and so have an excellent  chance of being top team for  this area.  The ladies third team was  not so fortunate. They  journeyed to Fraserview and  were on the short end of a  39 Vi to 32'/j score. The final  point total is yet to be decided  for third team, due to  postponed games. It is expected they will also be well up  in the standings.  It is gratifying to see the new  sprinkler system in operation.  The water supply is being  taken from the new man-made  lake bordering numbers 4-5  and 5 fairways. Let's hope the  lake level recovery can keep  pace with the sprinkler demand.  The Senior Ladies are venturing on their first inter-club  visit on Thursday, July 25th.  A group of 32 members will  journey to Squamish to enjoy  a day of golf and a  smorgasbord lunch. Fun and  goodfellowship  is the main  consideration of the trip,  which I am sure everyone will  enjoy.  Lit Bullied, one of our better golfers, entered in the third  flight of the Womans B.C.  Amateur Golf Championship  Tournament held at Castlegar  during the week of July 13 to  17th. Lil's skill took her to a  first place win in her flight.  Congratulations Lit!  Sunshine  Motocross  Sunshine Motocross will be  holding their annual Sea  Cavalcade Motocross on  Saturday August 1. The location of this event will be at the  launch ramp in the bay. There  is no pre-registration for this  event, but if there are any enquiries, please call John Kelly  at 885-2058.  Races will begin at 12 pm.  and continue until 3 pm.  Trophies will be presented between 3 pm and 4 pm.  Refreshments will be available  on location.  See you at the Motocross.  Fish return to  Gibsons area  After a slowdown of several  days the fish returned to the  Gibsons area, with Camp  Byng being last week's hot  spot. We caught a good  number of Coho by mooching  with live herring in 80 to 100  Wanderers  kick off  Training for the 1981-82  Soccer Season begins Tuesday  August 4, 1981 at 6:30 pm  behind the Elphinstone High  School. All the players young  and old are urged to come out  and try to make this year's  team.  Getting back into shape and  touching up our soccer skills  will be the first order.  We hope to see a fine turnout this year. Players from  last year are to bring all club  uniforms to practice.  feet of water at 20 to 35 feet. A  couple of good sized spring  and several ling cod came off  the bottom.  Gower Point was again a  very popular spot with several  happy anglers reporting having a half-dozen nice-sized  Coho on board. Chaster Creek  proved to be somewhat slower  but did produce several Coho  and a few Spring. Salmon  Rock and Cotton Point were  both very quiet.  The Salmon Enhancement  program seems to be working.  We've caught a total of 27  marked salmon this season. So  be sure to check your catch for  the Adipose fin. If it's missing, turn the head into the  nearest depot. Hyak Marine in  Gibsons accepts them.  This week's fishing  tip���Fish high for Coho and  check your bait regularly, as  lamprey are out in full force.  Correct car care gives maximum  gas mileage  The easiest and best  way to make sure a car is  mechanically able to give its  owner the best possible mileage  is to follow the recommended  maintenance schedule in the  car's owner's manual. A properly tuned car is a must for  optimum fuel economy.  * Spark plugs should be  clean, properly gapped and  firing efficiently. Plugs that  misfire only 2% of Ihe time-a  rate that most drivers don't  notice-can have a negative  effect on fuel economy.  ��� The carburetor should be  adjusted to manufacturer's  specifications. A dirty or faulty  carburetor or a sticking automatic choke wastes gas and  contributes to air pollution.  * Tires that are undcrin-  flated increase rolling resis-  tanc5.~This requires more fuel  to move the car.  * Wheels that are out of  alignment can cause the tires to  scrub against the road, causing  the car to use more fuel.  * The air cleaner should be  clean and checked frequently,  especially in dusty areas. A  dirty air cleaner restricts the  flow of air to the carburetor  and causes the engine to run on  speed,  Parts & Service  Our OMC Factory Trained Master Technician is at  your service to solve your engine problems .  Sunnycrtit Centre  GIBSONS, 886-8020  Trail An. h Cowrie  SECHELT, 885-2512  JRNL  W BAY  SPORTS  a higher than normal ratio of  fuel to air.  �� The thermostat in the  cooling system should be  functioning properly. A faulty  or improper thermostat can  waste gas by prolonging engine  warmup in cold weather.  Once your car is tuned and  properly maintained, how you  drive probably has the greatest  influence on the amount of fuel  you use. Usually, it's a simple  matter of consciously thinking  "fuel economy" when you  drive.  Here are some tips from  Superior's Consumer Automotive Advisory Council:  * Slow down. A light foot is  one of the best assurances of  good mileage. Don't stretch the  speed limit.  * Avoid long periods of  idling. If you're in for a long  wait at a train crossing or are  waiting for a passenger, turn  off the engine.  Remember: when you're idling,  you're getting zero miles per  gallon.  * Look ahead and anticipate  signal changes. Slow down to  make the green rather than stop  for a red light.  * Try not to use streets with  lots of traffic lightsand/orstop  signs.  * Avoid jack-rabbit starts.  They're murder on gas mileage.  Resist that temptation to be  away first.  iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii  PENINSULA  MARKET  885-9721 Davis Bay, B.C.  * Maintain an even  especially on freeways.  * Coast to a stop whenever  possible. Sudden stops waste  gas.  * Be sure the parking brake  is fully released before pulling  away.  * Don't ride the brake or  clutch or pump the accelerator  pedal.  * Cut down the load. Store  golf clubs or other gear at  home, not in the trunk of your  car.  * Organize your trips.  Chances are, you can make one  trip and do the things that  usually take two.  It's never easy to change  established driving habits. In  terms of maximum fuel economy, most of us have at least a  few bad habits, but you can  correct them. Think fuel economy whenever you drive.  Your wallet will be a lot  happier for it.  Johnson  OUTBOAROS  tide tables  Reference:  Pacific  Point Atkinson  Standard Time  Sun. Aug. 2  0100  Wed. July 29  Fri. J  jl) .11  0550  0220                   14..1  0415  1.1.8  1245  0145                     1.4  1125  1.4  1955  17.15                   15.1  1X55  15.6  Mon. Aug. 3  22.15                    11.2  0155  Thurs. Jul) .10  Sat. Aug. 1  0650  0.1 III                    14.0  0005  10.3  1320  10.111                     1.2  0505  13.6  2025  IS1II                    15.4  1205  1.9  Tues. Aug. 4  2120                   10.8  1915  15.5  0240  0740  1405  2100  GROCERIES  FISHING TACKLE  TIMEX WATCHES    SUNDRIES  Open 9-9  7 Days  a Week  - Fran BerQei Pholo  The Roberts Creek Legion's Ladles' Baseball team was all smiles as they proudly posed with thtir trophies after their last home  game several weeks ago. The team again came tint in the local ladies' Itagut.  Lockstead calls  for mining halt  MLA Don Lockstead recently demanded that Energy Minister  Bob McClelland order a moratorium on all explorations and  mining activity on Gambier Island until all environment studies  have been made public.  "I have written to McClelland and sent copies to Minister of  the Environment Steven Rogers and Municipal Affairs Minister  Bill Vander Zalm. I hope that even now McClelland will issue  the order and make all environmental impact studies public. I  hope the minister will be able to see that this is a bi-partisan  issue. The Islands Trust includes Socreds and NDP'ers and all  want the Environmental Impact Studies made public so that  people can draw their own conclusions.  Last week a report by Acres Consulting for the 20th Century  Energy Corporation was leaked to the Vancouver Sun. Some of  the environmental effects listed included: production of 100  million cubic metres of waste rock; the destruction of one creek  and the damming of another; 750 acres of tailing ponds;  devastation of the fish and wildlife habitat; obliteration of hiking trails, a summer camp, and part of a recreational reserve.  "I want to know if the minister agrees with this assessment  and if not, why not," said Lockstead. "It would also be useful  to know if the government has made any studies of its own."  proi-ociv  OFFICE    ELECTRONICS  ��� Photocopiers ��� Typewriters  t Cash Registers ��� Calculators  ��� Office Supplies  Furniture   &   Stationery  What) Rd. Sechell 885 3735  #  MORTHCOBST  Sales Representative  IAN GRIFFITH  ��� Framing Packages  ��� Cedar Siding  ��� Timbers  Please call for quotations  526-6744  738-4791  Res  Collect  NORTHCOAST FOREST PRODUCTS LTD  2320 Rogers Avenue. Coquitlam, BC V3K5X7  ^ WORKWEN? WORLD  WE'RE WORKING FOR YOU'  SIDEWALK SALE  lit QUAUTY LEE PAINTER PANTS  Cotton  or  Corduroy  OMUtY SHIRTS  PRICE  Work Boots, Wettem Both, Jeans  Underwear, end other Hems ���  CLEAR  SATURDAY AUG  O WORK WEN?   Cowrie S,  /IK WORLD   #88S5-CS More letters  to the Editor  A Rand defence  Coast News, July 28,1981  15  Sharlni la the meal preparations was put of the fun for the 1st Gibson Brownie Pack who enjoyed their stay it Camp Olive from July 13th ��� Uth. - Jtnm Edmondi pmio  - vane Parnell Pholo  Miss Congeniality trophy was won by Jennifer Dixon, Miss Cedar Plaza, who was chosen is Miss  Sea Cavalcade Queen 1981 it the Queen Pageant Friday evening. Jennifer receives the trophy  domted by W.W. Upholstery ind Boat Tops from Helen Weinhindl, left, while Angela Hilstad,  Miss Sea Cavalcade 1980 looks on.  People are irresistible  by Katherine L'Hermite  When I was at school, and  heard about the 'Social Contract', my version of it was 'You  leave me alone, and I'll leave  you alonel' Folk would bother  me and push me around - and  all I asked was to be left in  peace. (At the same time, I'll  admit, I did not want to be  ignored!)  For quite a time, in my own  personal black notebook, there  were various plans for my log  cabin, and long lists off the  items I would need for living in  it: axe, lantern, rope, iron pots,  blankets, saw and hammer, etc.  Whenever people were especially bothersome, I would  retire into a corner and revise  the floor-plan, or add to the  list.  As time passed, I found that  to earn a living, I had to work  with other people in some way.  Even music, which I loved to  study, somehow had to be  related to others, if one was to  continue living. When I went to  the College of Education, most  of my friends detested the  course, and could hardly wait  for it to end, so thaUhey would  be full-fledged teachers. On the  other hand, I enjoyed the year  very much - tasks were handed  out in much details, and we  were taught much about how  to teach, and what to teach -  but only one of the professors  gave a hint that we would be  teaching, not subjects, but  childrenl Therefore, when I  finally found a position -  remember, those were the  thirties, when teachers were a  dime a dozen, and at least two  hundred applicants answered  each advertisement - it was  quite a shock to find myself in  front of over forty youngsters,  whom I was to rule with the  help of a strap!  Time passed, as it has a habit  of doing, but still there was that  problem of having to deal with  people, in order to earn a  salary, or even wages. Periodically, I worked out formulae  by which to operate, and to  protect myself from intruders -  and gradually I found that  many of the folk who came  were really quite pleasant! It  came to my attention that to be  needed was really important,  and complete independence  was a bit boring. What a letdown!  Retirement to the Sunshine  Coast brought some of this  hard-won adjustment again  into question: How to keep  people out of my carefully-  delved cave - and yet not be  lonely or ingoredl If to be  needed by someone was important, that person could not be  kept completely at arm's  length; and Sunshine Coasters  are especially hard to ignore!  Another new discovery was  the joy of travel. No one else  had quite the same style of  madness, so I went alone; and  found so many very interesting  and kind people, in all sorts of  odd places. For instance, there  was the bus-driver, in the  Orkneys. Because he mistakenly drove past my stop, he  turned the bus around, and  took the whole load of passengers back about half-a-mile, to  let me off at the Italian Chapel.  Everyone smiled, and wished  me well, as I set out to trudge to  the land-mark. Then there were  my fellow-guests in a guesthouse in Arran, who broke  their hill-climb long enough to  gather several kinds of heather,  because I had wanted to  photograph it.  Whenever I felt sorry for my  feet, or my bulky luggage, I  would meet someone who was  travelling in a wheel-chair, or  who had a bulging bag with the  zipper gaping! Differences of  language, accent, education,  colour, clothes - what did these  matter? Somehow the human-  ness of folk shone through, and  I felt at home, and related to the  human race.  So here is my dilemma: What  to do about the people who  won't leave me alone in my cave  - and are so darn kind and  nice?  Used Furniture  and What Have You  ALt  We buy Beer Bottles  M6-2812  Editor:  Burnside, you were asked  what you thought of Ayn  Rand.  You said semi-literate  fullbacks attributed their  rushing averages to Ayn Rand.  Does this discredit Ayn Rand  or does this discredit you for  repeating such impertinent  gibberish?  You said you didn't have  the heart to mention Howard  Hughes. Was money the  source of Mr. Hughes' unhap-  piness or was it the vulgar  masses who hounded him for a  glimpse of his greatness?  You said it's dangerous to  yearn for super men and you  point to Hitler. Are the objects  of worship to blame or is it the  worshippers who brainlessly  follow the likes of Hitler who  are to blame?  You said Ayn Rand wants a  fascistic state and infer there is  something evil about a man  wanting to rise above. Isn't it  closer to the truth that you  Socialists reel in horror at the  suggestion some men are  greater than others and that  you'd feel more at ease with  your miserable selves if you  "equalized" by dragging  superior men down? Why else  would you scorn Howard  Hughes? What injustice did  you suffer at his able hands?  -His success? (Ed. note: I did  not 'worn Howard Hughes'. I  implied, correctly I think, that  his money did not lead finally  to his happiness.)  Old man, check your values.  Money is not the root of all  evil or unhappiness. Immoral  people are. Money does not  cause depravity. Immoral people do. Money is one of man's  greatest inventions. Money's  value doesn't fluctuate if you  are Protestant or Catholic,  black or white, old or young.  Its value remains the same no  matter who uses it. But, like  an automobile, money is only  a tool; its effectiveness  depends on the user. A  foolish, undeserving person  spends money foolishly and  most often becomes unhappy.  A wise person who has earned  his money using his brains and  diligence spends money wisely  and most often attains happiness. 1 you don't think  money can be happiness go to  Bombay and ask the street  beggars if, in their pure poverty, they are happy.  Money is the universal go-  between of everything man  produces and as such  represents the best that people  have to offer each other. Consider the Marathon of Hope.  The farmer who knows  nothing of research but  donated $100 produced by doing his job will, by the genius  of money's concept, help the  researcher to succeed. Would  you have him send three bags  of carrots instead?  Ayn Rand's heroes were not  seeking the support of  followers. In fact, they shunned it. They were individuals  struggling for the freedom to  rise to heights they aspired to.  Freedom. Freedom to rise or  to fall. They had no use for  handouts, regulations,  marketing boards and subsidies of a socialist system trying to shelter them from every  aspect of life. They asked only  for the freedom to rely on  their own ingenuity and competence.  And you think, old man,  that the concept of superior  men is immature bilge and as  far-fetched as the planet Krypton? What about Albert Einstein? William Shakespeare?  Or, for that matter, the man  you so eloquently praised  recently: Terry Fox?  Go pick up a copy of Atlas  Shrugged. Only this time, do  try to lay aside your Socialist  dogma long enough to read it.  Mike Evans  Ed. note: 'Socialist dogma'  has nothing to do with this. I  contend Ayn Raid is a writer  of little significance, appealing  largely to the sociologically  unsophisticated. Mr. Evins  disagrees. I am not quite dear  how the names of Terry F��*.  Albert Einstein and William  Shakespeare somehow support  the puerile suggestion thit  money is the root of ill hip-  piness. Without wishing to appear dogmatic or disrespectful, I would suggest these  names conjure up less  materialistic values than Mr.  Evans apparently espouses.  Puckett  thanked  for efforts  Editor:  On behalf of the Gibsons  Harbour Business Association, we would like to publicly  thank Gary Puckett for his untiring efforts, time and determination in leading and helping us get our Revitalization  Project off the ground (Gibsons Landing).  We will miss you, Gary, and  we will endeavour to keep  working toward our goals.  Sincerely,  Graham Edney,  Denise House,  Dill McCulloch  Beautify your  neighbourhood.  Get out  on the street.  Take o walk.  Want to improve  your property?  B.A. can grade your property,  drain it properly, install  recreational areas, driveways  or curbs. If you want to  surround your castle with the  sort of land improvements  that make life more satisfying,  call today for a free consultation and estimates.  PAVING OF  INDUSTRIAL SITES  ROADS  PARKING AREAS  TENNIS COURTS  Also grading, gravel sales,  soil cement, drainage  & curbs.  B.A. BLACKTOP  Porpoise Bay Road, Sechelt, B.C.  885-5151  Head Office: P.O. Box 86340, North Vancouver, B.C. 9854611  *UCKTOP!  "Quality service since 1956"  AMALGAMATED  MEMBER     jflRlk  CONSTR. ASSN.  "WE'RE MOVING"  Bill Holland Electric Ltd. will be moving to our new office and  ���tore located next to Ken Devrles, Hwy 101, Gibsons.  August 1,1981  Bill's Holland Electric Ltd.  MAXWELLS PHARMACY  YOUR COMPLETE HEALTH CARE CENTRE  * Fast Prescription Service  * Health Care Accessories  * Almay Hypoallergenlc Cosmetics  * Patient Aids (Sales & Rentals) crutches, .  comodes, bed pans, canes, etc.  107 Mar nan. mmm  OPEN SUNDAYS  noon to a pm.  10' long folding metal  and rubber boat.  Total weight: 56 lbs.  Reg. ��799." NOW  Insta Boat  $749.00  KongaROOS  The Only Shoes In the World  with Pockets!  MEN'S: Reg'39 ��  ��. $35.M  BOY'S: Reg. ���38."  sm, *34.M  Inflatable Fenders  ���4.95  Reg. ��11.M CLEJUUUiCE PRICE  Deck  Shoes  Reg. ��15.M  SPECUUJ  Yachting  Boots  Reg. ��22.H  SPECIALI  ���13."    ���IS."  ROB fe MBit  SPECIALS!  Buzz Bomb Set-up  Rod, Reel & Line SBC    95  Reg. -68" SPECIAL/       99���  Trolling & Mooching Set-ups  Trolling: Reg. ��57.M       Moocldng: Reg. ���59.H  ULE*47.M    ��u-M6.M  ���1." OFF All Cap. ft T-Shlrt.     ��ab TabU:  72 ol Marked Prlc.  Many Other In-Store Specials!  ALL ss��omTS  MARINE  Open 7 Days a Week  Head of the Wharf, mtkm  Gibsons Landing 886-9303 Coast News, July 28,1981  With multinationals  Energy program unpopular  MP  by R��y Skelly  ' Comox - Powell River  The petroleum industry,  dominated by the multi-nationals, does not like the  National Energy Program. So  it is toying with Canada's  energy future to show that if  government does not play its  way, they will take their ball  home.  The industry argues that self-  sufficiency for Canada cannot  be reached by 1990 because it is  not profitable for them  The companies say the new  taxes in the energy program  will reduce their cash flow so  much that they will cut back on  their exploration and investment this year. Shell has cut its  Adventists  appreciate  The usual prize of $5.00 will be awarded lo Ihe first name drawn  from the barrel with the correct location of the above. Send your  entries to the Coast News, Box 460, Gibsons in time to reach the  newpaper office by Saturday of this week. Last week's winner  was Sandra Kollbas of Box 875 in Sechelt who correctly located  the sign at the bottom of Knob Hill in Hopkins.  Police news  SECHELT:  On the 16th: A depth  sounder valued at $700 was  stolen from a boat moored at a  marina in the Madeira Park  area.  On the 17th: A motorcycle accident resulted in the death of  19-year-old Murray Scott  Riley of North Vancouver.  Riley apparently lost control  of his motorcycle and went into a ditch on Redrooffs Road.  The owner of a van in  Madeira Park reported that  someone took an ax to his  vehicle causing at least $500  worth of damage.  A summer home in the Egmont area was broken into  and a small quantity of liquor  was stolen.  On the 18th: A pack sack containing some food stuff and  some personal clothing was  found in Garden Bay. Owner  can claim.  An abandoned house was  set on fire and completely  destroyed. The incident is still  under investigation.  On the 19th: There was a  report of a theft which occurred earlier. Stolen were a flare  gun and twelve flares taken  from a boat docked near the  Tyee airway area. The Parthenon Restaurant was broken  into. Quantities of liquor,  some of which was later found  by police, was taken. There is  to date no complete report on  the total worth of the theft.  More vandalism to cars was  reported. Using a rock or a  stick, vandals smashed the  windshield of a car in the Porpoise Bay area.  On the 20th: $200 worth of  tools was stolen from a logging road in the Pender Harbour area.  Three crab traps found on  the I lth near Norwest Bay  Road can be claimed.  Vandals caused $400 worth  of damage to a summer cabin  in the Madeira Park area.  Shutters were torn and windows were broken.  On the 22nd: Someone smashed a green mailing box in  Madeira  Park.  Willful damage was done to  several cars near Ruby Lake.  Vandals smashed car windows  and caved in the roofs.  C Varictp  7   Jfootjs  GIBSONS:  On the 15th: A male suspect  was apprehended and subsequently charged with  molesting two young boys.  Parents should remind their  children not to talk with or accept rides from strangers.  On the 20th: There is a report  of a lost dinghy from the  Hopkins area. It is an 8'  fiberglas boat, white with a  grey interior.  Thieves gained entry  through a window of a  Roberts Creek home, but stole  nothing.  On the 21st: The L&K Logging  operation reports the theft of a  Briggs & Stratton motor from  their sorting grounds. The  motor, used on a cable winder,  was valued at $250.  On the 22nd: Police responded  to a family dispute in the evening. The call resulted in  charges being laid against a  man for being in possession of  an offensive weapon.  A 28-year-old man has been  charged with the rape of a  17-year-old girl in the Roberts  Creek area.  Your Community Seventh-  Day Adventist Church and  Better Living Centre would  like to publicly acknowledge  its appreciation to the following:  Floyd Carmen: Contractor ���  Many hours of preliminary  planning and on-site work involvement. Our key  counsellor! Thanks again,  Floyd.  Harold Swanson: Timely  and skillful assistance with his  backhoe involving many  hours. Also, to his wife for the  time Harold spent away from  their home projects.  Darryl Lewis: Temporary  use of their water supply.  Fred Christopher: Cornel  Cedar Products - Unloading  40,000 BF lumber with log  grapple machine. A tricky  manoeuvre!  Sandy Hately: Hately Bros.  Construction ��� placing and  finishing a 2000' slab;  beautiful work.  Doug Netilaw: Carpenter ���  A day's help with footings.  Very much appreciated.  Jim McKenrie: Electrical  Contractor - Assistance with  electrical permit and planning.  Bill Foreman: The Co-  operators Insurance - A deal  that couldn't be equalled on  construction insurance  (donated). Quite a story  behind that eh, Bill?  Joe Benner: Benner's Furniture - Donation of electric  range. Thanks, Joe.  Larry Stewart; Bonniebrook  Industries - Donation of  distribution box. Thank youl  Harold Kunstmann: A very  industrious 15-year-old. Our  only paid employee and  nearest neighbour. Good  work, Harold.  Art Perry: Drywall -  Thanks, Art, for supplying  materials and all of the expert  advice.  Rick Vogel: Bri-Co Interiors  (885-2732) for lending a hand  with taping.  Ron McGuiness: Suncoast  Weather Products - Donation  of eavestrough connectors.  Ross Urquhart: Redrooffs  Plumbing a Heating ��� Special  assistance and loan of test  equipment.  Knut Soli: Contractor ��� For  your very helpful assistance  with the door order.  Doug Bryant: Butter-wick  Holdings Ltd. ��� Drawings,  calculations related to septic  and foundation.  Dennis Shuttleworth:  Engineer - Additional involvement on our behalf. Many  thanks.  Bernle Mulligan: Tidellne  Enterprises ��� Information  related to perk in area.  Peter M. Gordon; Surveyor  - Liberal donation and fine  work.  Mike Ryan: Fjord Design -  Well accepted design, extended services and liberal donation. Very impressive!  Gibsons Building Supplies:  Special favour of unloading  20,000 of donated cedar in  their yard, then delivering it at  N/C to Browning Road! Also,  favourable prices (better than  Vancouver) and excellent  delivery service.  Twin Creek Building Supplies: Courteous service and  liberal discounts.  L4H Swanson Ltd: Special  price on materials and excellent service.  Permaseal Windows: Excellent co-operation and fine  workmanship.  Turrene Concrete: Special  assistance during pumper  operation and discounted  price.  Also, our hats off to local  authorities for co-operation  far and above the call of duty,  especially to Harry and John  our building inspectors and  Jim Brooks of Coast Garibaldi  Health Unit and B.C. Hydro,  electrical inspector, highways  and waterworks.  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  Q  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��Q9QQ��Q������6��  KERN'S^  Continues..  Buy Now - Ho PoymoDto Until  OCTOBER 1981 ...*���  All Furniture Reduced  20% OFF^ Regular Price  Professional  Stainguarding  ��  ��@Q������@����������  ��  budget for the Alsands project.  Texaco abandoned its plans to  invest $140 million in Atha-  baska oil sands as well as heavy  new investments on the east  coast and in the Beaufort Sea.  Chevron threatens to halt its  frontier exploration program.  Northstar Resources Ltd. goes  ahead and diverts two-thirds of  its exploration budget to the  U.S. Cut-backs are also announced by Imperial Oil, Gulf  and Syncrudc.  This is the same kind of  blackmail the industry carried  off in 1974 when they cut back  exploration and development  because they wanted higher  prices and more lenient taxation.  What the companies do not  mention is that their cash flow/  increased by 44 percent in 197S\  and 42 percent in the first six'  months of 1980. What they do  not mention is the evidence that  even with the new tax system,  cash flow for the industry will  be 28 percent higher than in  1979. Add the grants and tax  incentives still available to the  industry and cash flow is 40  percent more than in 1979.  In fact, statistics show the  National energy Program is  even more generous to the  industry with consumers and  taxpayers money than ever  before. The government may  have changed the tax write-offs  and depletion allowances for  gas and oil exploration, but the  Canadian taxpayer still subsidizes as much as 90 percent of  that investment.  Nonetheless, the Liberal  government has backed down  in its half-hearted plans to  Canadianize our energy business. Last week they reduced  the Candian ownership level  required to qualify for petroleum incentive grants.  Meanwhile, Pctro-Canada is  optimistic about Canadian self-  sufficiency by 1990. The crown  corporation predicts we could  be energy safe because of  reduced demand, promising oil  supplies from the east coast and  expansion of oil sands plants.  lifts  IS HAVING ITS  SUMMER  SAL  &  $*  $��f *.*fc  ���W+>  Pulse Jeans  a��% OFF  am  Sechelt Cactus Flower at The Dock  Cowrie St. Sechelt     885-5323  *m  GRAND OPENING  ,.,.-....^,,y.,...;..$!&$  Bill's Holland  Electric Ltd.  Hwy Ml�� Wynga"* *d  ClbMas, l.C.  .�����v-��ro>a  *. am **^^*f*f*t��f.  ttlUs jloWWMj  JUtk (toto**  m  M  $g&^&&&::  .���-���*'?,  fm\  '�������'&  asw: Coast News, July 28,1981  The Sunshine  Second Section  $50,000 grant rocoived  Emergency service for battered  women comes to Coast  Port Mellon fat quiet while CPU members strike at the Canfor mill. A major strike was called July 20 after CPU failed to  negotiate a successful wage settlement with the forest companies and there are no definite plans In sight for a meeting to hold  further negotiations. - Bradlay J Banion Photo  An internationally acclaimed slide-tape production will be  shown at the public meeting to be held on Monday, August 10 at  7:30 p.m. in the Sechelt Village office.  The public meeting has been called to discuss the development  of a facility to shelter battered women in the area, and the use of  the Ministry of Human Resources $50,000 grant that has been  made recently available for this project.  The film, a 35-minute production by Vancouver film maker  Peg Campbell, chronicles the case history of a battered wife,  Sheila Nelson. The production follows her family in dealings  with the police, social workers, Vancouver Transition House  and family court officials.  The issue of battered women on the Coast has been deemed  important enough to give an assistance grant to start up a program.  A letter of recommendation from Karin Hoemberg of the  Continuing Education program on the Coast; from the local  branch of the Ministry of Human Resources; the inter-agency  council; and from a study made by Deborah Mealia to survey  and assess the needs of Sunshine Coast women with regard to  educational programs, facilities and services; prompted the  Ministerial grant.  The most desired service chosen by the majority of women  was an Emergency Shelter for Women in Temporary Distress.  The survey explains:  "A recently publicized study by the National Advisory Council on the Status of Women disclosed that one in ten women in  Canada is physically battered or abused.  "If this is an accurate declaration, then there are approximately 400 abused or battered women on the Sunshine Coast.  Since 76 women who responded to the questionnaire felt this is a  necessary service, perhaps it can be assumed that this statistic is  not so far-fetched."  The Sunshine Coast has one of the most qualified women in  British Columbia to speak on the subject of battered women.  Donnie Patterson, once a battered wife herself, will be involved in helping to set up the program. She is currently doing her  Master of Education and Counselling Psychology at the University of British Columbia.  Her thesis will deal with counselling for battered women.  She has given numerous workshops on the subject throughout  the province and his one of the most extensive libraries of  research on battered women, a subject which she feels "has  to become socially unacceptable".  Coast Homemakers service will not be reduced  Dudly Dohoo, Administrator of Homemaker Services on the  Sunshine Coast, has informed the Coast News that he doesn't  expect any cutbacks in essential services to clients dependent on  the Homemakers' services in their homes.  Dohoo, whpse recent article in the Community Services  Newsletter was reprinted in the Coast News, July 7, but was erroneously attributed to Community Services director Tom  Nishimura, told the Coast News that Ministry of Health cutbacks this year will affect local Homemakers administratively  but not practically in providing care to clients in their homes.  "We have never over-serviced our area and we have done our  best to meet people's needs in the minimum of time, because we  have always had a limited budget," Mildred Cormack, chairman  of the Homemakers committee told the Coast News.  "Administratively, we have done something we have wanted  to do for a long time, hired another field supervisor and we have  made some changes in our office procedures to become more efficient."  Dohoo affirmed that the quality of care received by people in  their homes will not suffer.  "The Ministry of Health controls our budget arid in that way  sets the rate that we have to charge clients for the hours of service they receive. Our total annual budget is usually in the  $300,000 range and this year's budget has not yet been approved  by the Ministry. We do not know yet if we will receive a drastic  budget reduction, but we don't expect it.  "We are probably in the top 25 ft in the province in the rates  that we pay our Homemakers and the charges we make for our  services. Our average number of hours of Homemaker service to  client ratio is already one of the lowest in the province, so we do  not expect to cutback any essential services to clients.  "If there will be any reductions in expenses, they will come  from the administrative level, not from the service level."  Cormack stated that she does not expect that there will be any  reduction in the number of Homemakers serving clients or in the  type of essential health care services they receive.  Along with your  DRIVING RANGE  Now play  MINI - GOLF  (Birthday Party Specials!)  at  Cedar Crest  Golf Centre  Hwy. 101 & Sullivan Rd.   ���  2 mi. north ol Gibsons  OPEN TIL DUSK  Refreshments available 886-7761 18 Coast News, July 28,1981  I ELECTRICAL I  I CONTRACTING I  Tom Flieger    Phone 886-7868  LECTRICAL  ONTRACTING  Box 214 Gibsons. B C  VON 1VO  Sunshine Coast  Business Directory  DECKS  Bill's Holland Electric Ltd.  ' Bill Achterberg  886-9232  HEATING  I MISC. SERVICES I  Ltd.  R. & J. SERVICES LTD.  Repairs & Rebuilding of^  ��� Alternators  ��� Starters  ��� Generators^  klPayne Rd   Gibsons  ' Electrical Contracting  ��� Industrial  ��� Commercial  "'*nm    886-9963 J  JAYCBC AIR CONDITIONING  & REFRIGERATION LIMITED  Heat PuMpi ��� Central Air Conditioning  Salea A Service  885-7474  Corner ol Dolphin & Wharl  Sechelt  EXCAVATING I  Mick Alvaro D7 Cat a Hitachi Excavator"\  Contract Land Clearing  Road Building      Subdivision*  ALVARO LOG CO. LTD.  , Prill Rd.   Day ��� 886-8555      Em. - 886-9803  Olbaona  J.F.W. EXCAVATIM LTD.  ��� senile Fields ��� EKavauons ��� Clearing ���  IIitiI ltd. 886-8071 (iihsnns  f   F & L CONTRACTORS   ^  Landclearing, road building, logging, tree removal  excavations & gravel.      886-7833  886-9872  ICG CANADIAN PROPANE  LTD.  Hwy   101   Sechelt  between  SI. Mary's  Hospital and Forest Ranger s Hut. 865-2360  ^Mon.-Frl,   8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sat.   9 a.m. ��� 5 p.m.  ORGAN AND PIANO LESSONS YOU ENJOY  , jt. a Beginning at Age 3 & Older  Wjm       JESSIE MORRISON  dmamm |(,|4 Marine Drive. Gibsons     886-9030^  1    I  Custom homes, commercial and renovations  885-7422    886-2012  P.O. Box 1280   SECHELT, B.C.      VON 3AO J  ���JE   I      II      I  I CANADIAN I  y.       1       JJL      |  COASTAL EXTERIORS  Renovations a specialty        Free Estimates  Vinyl 40 years guarantee Workmanship  [Cedar & Aluminum Siding 886*78X9 Guaranteed���  THOMAS HEATING  General Sheet Metal  Installation  of   Heating  &  An  Plumbing Service 8. Installations  CALL NOW  886-7111  Jerry's  LOCK I KEY  Professional Locksmith  Marine Drive, Gibsons  886-9��00.  BENS R00FIN8  ��� DUROID ��� ASHPHALT ��� SHAKES  Ben Vanden Driessche  Gibsons       Repair all type. otroolln9  and small repair*  I MISC. SERVICES I  SUNSHINE    KITCHENS  CABINETS - REMODELLING  Showroom in Twilight Theatre Bldg.        8N6-94II  \^OPENSAT. 10-5 OR BY APPOINTMENT /  FREEESTIMATES  BLVH OCMMTIMIUUID CUMIM LTD  3/4 and 1 Yard Bantams with attachments  Including Grappl.a - Trucking  Call Glyn  886-7597  CARPET-CABINET-CERAMIC CENTRE  Open Thurs. ��� Sat. 10 a.m. - s p.m.  Howe Sound Distributors Ltd.  North Road. Gibsons, B.C. 886-2765  DIAL-A-BOTTLE  Bottles s Party Ice ��� Mixes  ��� pop 886-1775 *cl8t  T.A.C. CONSTRUCTION  Custom Framing, Roofing, Siding  Reasonable Rales ��� Free Estimates  888-8S8I  ���> .    ��������� ���  ROLAND'S >  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  Specializing in  CONTINUOUS ALUM. GUTTERS 885-35*2  PACIFIC GADCO CONSTRUCTION  Land Clearing, light or heavy  Road Construction ��� Excavation ��� Logging  Bulldozer ��� Backhoe ��� Grader ��� Front End Loader  Gravel Truck - Skidder 886-7287 886-7951 886-7142  J. B. EXCAVATING 886-9031  Water, sewer, drainage installation .-^^^  ��� Dump Truck   ��� Backhoe UL  1   ^^  ��� Cat   ��� Land Clearing Ws4>  ��� Free Estimates  ��� Septic Fields       W-U*i  BI m installations  17 Years Experience  Commercial And Residential     v  Floor Coverings ^-f  885-2923     885-3881  &  m  RUFUS BULLDOZING  Daryll  ��� Land Clearing ��� Excavating  . Dram Fields      gg6-9739  H. WRAY CONTRACTING  ��� Water, Sewer & Septic Systems  ��� Road Building, Sand, Gravel, Excavations  Phone  886-9614  Gibsons Bulldozing  ft Excauatlng  Land Clearing & Excavating  Gordie Plows       Gravel ��� Fill & Logging 886-9984  D ft B Excauatlng  Big or Small ��� We Do II All fm  Art Dew Bob Bjornson "���  '  886-9053 or 886-7037  I RESTAURANTS  si:Aviif-j/ oM/5iNs  Chinese & Western Food Licensed Premises  Tuesday lo Sunday  Lunch: 11:30 - 3 pm Dinner: 4:30 ��� 9 pm  Sat. & Sun. Lunch: 12 noon - 9 pm  Lower Gibsons 886-9219     Take Out Available  I AUTOMOTIVE  L  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd.  * Feed �� Fencing     8,86"7f27  + Pet Food    * Fertilizer    �����|,,Rd--  Gibsons  ENER6V EFFICIENT SOLAR HOMES  CONSTABLE CONTRACTING  886-9316  <1��E8T  886-9657       Kenan McKenzie  Sunbrite Pressure Cleaning  CARPETS A UPHOLSTERY   SPECIALIZING IN RESTAURANTS  KEN DE VRIES & SON LTD.^l  FLOOR COVERINGS  MOVING AND STORAGE  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Household Moving & Storage Complete Packing  Packing Materials for Sale  Phone 886-2664     Member Allied Van Lines     R.R. 1, Gibsons  ��� Quality Construction ��� Retaining Wills'  'ESTSANDS^I'**-       * Fram'n> * Finishing  > Concrete Foundations  FREE ESTIMATES  DOT B85-9S30 fart  HOME  CONSTRUCTION  CUSTOM CRAKE SERVICE  : UFT t0 68' H'8h * 18' Flat Deck ��� Concrete Bucket  Winders, Machinery, Beams, Power Poles,  PI HI LTD.  886-2312  HIS COHTRACTIHB  ��� Hot Tubs ��� Swimming Pools  ��� Solar Installations ��� Framing ��� Foundations  PtWEHOHTOII   Carpeti - Tiles- Linoleums - Drapes  Hwy. 101, Gibsons Cowrie St., Sechelt  886-7112 865-3424  JOHN HIND-SMITH  REFRIGERATION & MAJOR APPLIANCE SERVICE  Port Mellon toPenderHarbour  Res. 886-9949  j^|pW,  Village Tile Co.  CERAMIC TILE SALES AND INSTALLATIONS  Box 65  Sechelt  Joe Jacques  Phone  885-3611 j  BINTS DRVWALL  No job too big or small   ��� Machine taping available  883*9171 HARBOUR meeM.e.chang.  CHININEV CLEANINO  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST  Fireplaces        Furnaces        Oil Stoves .  HARRISON'S APPLIANCE SALES  Parts and Service  Tuesday ��� Saturday 9 ��� 5  886-9959 Pratt Rd., Gibsons  es & Service   yj    / y��  s & Service H tyflP  NEED TIRES?  Come in to  COASTAL TIRES  at the S-BENDS on Highway 101  Phone 886-2700  SUPERSHAPE UNISEX  HAIR DESIGN  885-1818  Cowrie St. Sechelt  UPHOLSTERY  ALL REUPHOLSTERING DONE  Boat Tops & Seats  1339 Wharl Road.  Sechelt. B C 885-5216  Mercury Sales  Honda Sales . - ��, -    _ _ _ ^v^.~~JL/    MARINA  * Silverline, Campion & Lund boats RESORT  P.O. BOX 160, MADEIRA PARK, B.C. VON 2HO   883-2248    ���  TREE TOPPING  VIEW DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  Clean up your wooded areas.  Remove lower limbs (or VIEW.  Top tall trees adjacacent to building  FIRST CHOICE BUILDERS L  886-7539  Custom Homes ��� Framing ��� Foundations  SUNCOAST TRUSS LTD.  ��,7mlm  (Gibsons) 886-7318  Industrial Way, Seamount Industrial Park p q b     740  Residential & Commercial Roof Trusses Gibsons BC>  Marv Volen  886-9597  PERMASEAL ALUMINUM  MANUFACTURING LTD.     vv- �����.<>  COMPLETE ALUMINUM WINDOW PRODUCTS nG'V01'  DOUBLE PANE WINDOWS FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION    V*.*'-*'  AND RENOVATION PURPOSES .UV  AND RENOVATION PURPOSES  885-3538  +*  Sunrise Ridge Industrial Park. Aitport Rd  Sechell B C  STEVE HOFLEY  Natural & Cultured Stone Facings  House Fronts, Fireplaces  and Feature Walls  ALL WOKK CONDITIONALLY GUARANTrXI)      886-8456  DALE'S CONTRACTING  PAINTING, STAINING ETC.  886-9788 Gibsons, B.C.  =<  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES  885-9973      Port Mellon to Ole's Cove      886-2938  Commercial Containers Available  Design Drafting  886-7442  Your Specialty Shop:  Mufflers. Brakes. Tune-Ups  lilbioua IRAKE &TNNK  Hwy. 101. Gibsons 886-8213  Superior  Muffin  Richard Clarke  Interior & Exterior Painting  COMMERCIAL - INDUSTRIAL -  RESIDENTIAL  Richard Clarke      Free Estimates        885-3842 .   I PAINTING I  r8oli��*8  Scdssr   Cr-iciliag *��f|  Custom T Shirts & Sportswear  Real Estate Signs & Stands  Wood, Piexiglas & Magnetic Signs  Vinyl Decals: 886-9169  DAN'S CONTRACTING LTD  CUSTOM HOMES U FRAMING  INTERIOR - EXTERIOR - FINISHING  FREE ESTIMATES  885-34H or 88S-S691  WOODZIN CONSTRUCTION LTD.  FOUNDATIONS ��� FRAMING   ��� FINISHING  I P. BnicaFrasw 685-9068 B0M896. Sachem  OflufjfMiUf      AUTOMOTIVE  ffV***WV1* p,lrls . Sa|,,s . Service  REPAIRS TO ALL MAKES qN tf-V^  "The Rad Shop" cC��-US        BC A A  -y Hwy 101, Gibsons 886-7919 Approved,/  Economy huto ports km.  Automobile. Industrial  and Body Shop Supplies  Sechelt     885-SI8I  -o-oiuropean motors  Including  British, Japanese & Domestic  Service & Parti  r  R.  & J. SERVICES LTD.  Repair & Rebuilding of:  ALTERNATORS ��� STARTERS ��� GENERATORS  Paine  Rd.. Gibsons                               886-9963  PENDER HARBOUR TAXI    '  FOR Sightseeing Tours Prompt Courteous Service  Long Distance Charters Emergency Trips  883-13*1 j  ^Upholsterers  ���      Serving Sunshine   Coast  883-9901 All Furniture - Marine - Boat Tops  ' SCREENED TOP SOIL N  Clean black soil from Surrey   Have a look before you buy  Call 885-7496 Also haul sand gravel and fill  MARNOR HOLDINGS LTD.  VJM 886-7359 Vj^  Professional Work At Reasonable Cost  ��J0E DAVIS  PAINTER & DECORATOR  Socializing In Wall Covtrlngi  R.R. 2 Lower Rd., Gibsons 886-8291  jf1   TOMOR FORMS  ?  rV & FOUNDATIONS  ,    Soekeit 885-7575  Retaining  Walk  Free  Estimate*  Guaranteed Work  Form & Foundation Work  Terry Connor  886-7040  PAINTING CONTRACTU  Box 540, Gibsons, B.C.  WHEELER BUILDERS  ��� Custom Building to Lock-up or Completion stage  ��� All types of building & renovations  Phone Free Estimates  Roy Wheeler    88S'14SS 886-9172  HARTLEY PAINTIN8  a decoratim  Brush, Roller & Spray  886-8310  886-8518^  locally Minuficturid  GoYirnmint Apptovtd  ��� Concrete septic TanNs  �� Distribution Boxes  * Pump Tanks, Curbs, Patio Blocks  Bonniebrook Industrial Ltd. 886-7064  _Lmr Sla.ail An,, 5 prn  Conversion   Windows,   Glass,  Auto  &  Marine  Glass, Aluminum Windows & Screens, Mirrors  Hwy 101 & Pratt Rd.  Suncoast Custom  MURALS and SIGNS  Commercial Work Welcome  Jo* Plr��s  Temporary Phone 886-8)021  * Trucks  ��� Cars  ��� Vans  ��� Boats  L.N. Home  FREE  INSULATION      ESTIMATES  I* Residential ��� Commercial ��� New and Existing Houses  Phone Les     886*8615     <A,ler 6 Pm I Re-enter Sharp Eddy  Ramblings of a Rover  by Dee Cm  Although at first glance  there appears to be no grounds  for attempting to make a comparison between a war and a  depression, such as the one of  the '30s, when one looks  deeper one can find many  similarities. One can be a survivor of either but just as important in the long run is that,  having been through both, one  can never forget either experience entirely. Many of the  scars will remain with one for  the rest of one's life.  Following my return from  the Island relief camp in the  early spring, the old pattern of  life recommenced. Daily it was  an unending search for work  that appeared to be nonexistent. Once again I spent hours  down on the docks going  aboard vessels of every nationality hoping desperately  that sooner or later my efforts  would pay off and I would  find one with a crew member  missing and be allowed to sign  on in his place. It was a futile  hope but it kept me going and  in many cases, irrespective of  the language spoken by the  crew, one was always assured  of a meal or, failing that, a  "hand-out" from the cook  when leaving. I even at one  point entertained the idea of  stowing away on one of the  ships, but common sense  prevailed. So many had tried  the same thing and had been  discovered either before leaving the port of Vancouver or  soon after, in such ports as  Seattle, Tacoma or "Frisco".  Not only had they been returned to their place of departure  but invariably they were  sentenced to six months in jail  for their efforts. Although I  would not have minded the  confinement during the winter  months, I didn't relish spending the best part of the year,  spring and summer, behind  the bars.  I had almost exhausted the  few dollars I had earned as a  cook over at Thetis Lake and  was contemplating whether I  should return to Ontario and  my little cabin in Glengarry  when a strange turn of events  made the decision for me.  Walking down Hastings Street  one sunny morning I heard a  voice from the crowd call  "Hey, Don!" Turning my  head sharply to see who knew  me by name, I was startled to  find that, of all people, it was  Eddie L. my old friend and  partner in crime from the Consolidated Press days. I had left  him back in Owen Sound, Ontario, where he had received  six months in a reformatory  for his part in our  shenanigans, while I got off  with a suspended sentence.  He was not quite so well  dressed as he had been in our  magazine selling days but he  was as debonair as ever and  there was no mistaking his joy  at encountering me. Although  I could ill-afford it, we headed  for a beer parlour to talk over  old times and, once again, I  fell under his spell. Eddie had  a certain charm and quality  about him that few could  resist. Drunk or sober he acted  as a tonic. He reminded me of  an effervescent drink, always  bubbling over with ideas and  plans and no matter the circumstance, he always seemed  to have the capacity to deal  with it. I don't think he was  actually rolling in money but  he certainly wasn't broke, as,  after about the second or third  round, he took off and soon  returned with a mickey of rye  to splice our drinks. It was just  like the old days back in  Toronto when I first met him.  Soon we were discussing  plans for the future and  although I was a little reluctant to commit myself into a  partnership with him,  remembering only too well  how the last one had ended, I  couldn't help but be fascinated  by his latest proposal. It had  nothing to do, this time, with  the magazine selling racket.  Whatever   or   whoever   had  CLASSIFIED NOTE  Drop of) your Coast News  Classified al Campbells  Family Shoes, Sechell, or  Madeira Park Pharmacy.  Madeira Park.  given him this idea I will never  know, but now he was suggesting that we start a sharpening business. We would commence on a door to door basis,  putting edges on knives and  scissors and later branch out  into more complicated aspects  of the trade, including garden  shears, clippers and  lawnmowers. On enquiring  who was going to do the actual  work, he blandly informed me  that I, naturally, would attend  to the manual side of the  business, while he went from  house to house convincing the  housewives and/or maids that  there was no possible way that  the house didn't contain articles that wouldn't be improved by the attention of professionals such as ourselves.  Knowing Eddie and the confidence that he had in himself,  I was loath to interrupt him at  this point by remarking that I  was sure his plan had  possibilities, but I had little or  no experience of what was required of me. Furthermore, to  get going on such an enterprise  would necessitate the outlay of  considerable cash to purchase  the tools necessary for a successful pursuit of the trade.  Also seeing my assets at the  moment amounted to a shade  over three dollars, I failed to  see how we could get started  with so little.  All this had no effect on Eddie whatsoever. His enthusiasm was boundless and  his disregard for hard facts  and insurmountable obstacles  was infectious. In no time at  all he had me convinced that,  although we could hardly expect to make a fortune at it,  we could at least make a living  out of this grinding of knives  and scissors. I was vaguely  aware that, like many other  ventures involving the public,  a licence would be required,  but that could wait. At the  moment our main concern was  how to acquire sufficient tools  to get started on this honourable profession. To Eddie,  with four or five beers and a  half of a mickey of rye under  his belt, this presented no problem at all.  Soon we were heading for  the hardware department in  Woodward's store and, incredibly, when we left a short  time later we had the nucleus  of what was required. That we  had acquired it in a somewhat  unorthodox manner was  beside the point. All we needed now was a bag to carry it  inl  Coast News, July 28,1981  Buy a Lindal Cedar Home now.!  Well pay fou $150.00 a month for a -year.  And yon can save op to $2,000 on oar  most popular options.  19  That s nghl upon dtHiwry ���*����� B  wnd you a inonihly check tor $150IW  lor one year touard your muftqaqp  payment At! you have to do a buy a  Lindal Home I minimum valu*  S2S.000) between nou and -V.-.u-i IS  1981 and take delivery by October  15.1981  Not only that  you  50 '��� off cedar shake*  251 off Polai Cap IL  or IV roofs. 25%  <**. decks  HH ofl Piiai *&<. SU'-l off Polar  floor*. 2S\orl Cedar intenor liner No  vhanje lor ��trauirvJouv And 501 off  triple theirriih  So ptck up a plan book IVk  out yout. home Add the opCton-*  "LKifil your  Mvintp   And doff I  forget to add m the 115000  monthly checks Bul do it bt-  fanr August 15  Slop in and we'll  help you work out al the  921-9268  AbinORIiGEORRHOmES  Independently distributed byr  M.D. Macktnzlt Limited  6342 Bay Strati -  Horatahoa Bay  ��  Weal Vancouver, B.C.  V7W2Q9 r  921-8010  - Bradlay J Banaon PTtoto  At lint glance It appeared that Ike Beachcomber* were back at  work lilt week with their familiar yellow-vested traffic controllers. Bat no; this young lidy wis taking ��� traffic count to  determine the amount of ferry traffic which uses the lower raid.  Coal facts needed  by Dave Barrett  Several months ago the two  coal companies negotiating to  sell northeast coal to the  Japanese told federal government officials that they needed  a price of about $86 a tonne to  make the deal feasible.  That price did not include  the cost of infrastructure,  developing a new town or  transportation links.  Premier Bennett has ndw  committed the province's taxpayers to subsidize not only a  major portion of the infrastructure costs but also the shortfall  in the announced sales price of  $75 a tonne, , .    , ,.  It would appear that the cost  to B.C. citizens will be at least  in the order of $l billion.  We don't know the precise  outlay because the present  government has made this  commitment without reference  to the Legislature and the  elected representatives of the  taxpayers who will bear the  cost.  It is obvious that the government intends to hide its actions  and their costs. It has ignored  its own guidelines requiring  various impact studies to be  completed before approvals are  given. It secretly scrapped  legislation it paid private  lawyers to draft, which would  have ensured that government  involvement in the coal deal  would come through a new  crown corporation in order  that all public costs could be  identified and scrutinized.  It has been tight-lipped  about recent revelations that an  initial effort to borrow $100  million through the B.C.  Railway for northeast coal  expenditures was launched and  failed on the European bond  market.  It maintains a stonewalling  silence on criticisms from  several of its own MLAs and  ignores pointed references  from its own creation, BCRIC,  Full and open disclosure of  all facts and commitments  must be made by the cabinet  during this legislative session so  the public canjudge whether $1  that the deal will hurt B.C. if billion of its money will be  public funds finance unfair wasted,  competition with the southeast  region of B.C.  And finally it should be  noted that the only announcement Premier Bennett made  during his recent grand tour of  the orient occurred in Tokyo  where he disclosed that a  significant number of Japanese  orders placed previously for  B.C. lumber had been "either  postponed or cancelled" last  year because of over-buying.  This last, little-noted item is  a sharp reminder that Japan's, .'  situation requires it to line up  as many deals for resource  supply as it can possibly  arrange but when its economy  slows down it is the foreign  suppliers who have to do the  trimming.  Joy Small of Gibsons returns a favour to Sea Cavalcade Festival, by donating her painting ot Neptune's Realm to the Lottery draw. Joy was awarded i $500 scholarship to itudy art by Sea  Cavalcade several years ago is I winner of ��� children's poster contest.  CLOSED  Thursday, Friday & Saturday  July 30th & 31st, August 1st  tHnaTii'M li.'Bli.'1!Ii.v. T^l1  Carpet - Cabinet -Ceramic  Oentre      886-276?  The perfect chance for all hidden  talent to become Sunshine Start  Thurs. ��� Sat  10 a.m. ��� 5 p.m.  Howe Sound Disl  886 2765  North Rd., Gibson"  MAGIC ACTS *C0MEDV ACTS  MAIL TO: THE GREAT SUNSHINE COAST j  TALENT CONTEST BOX 967. GIBSONS. B.C. j  OR PHONE SUE ARSENAULT 888-7531  All contestants must register by official contest entry form.  All contestants must have registered by 12 midnight July 30,1981.  All contestants must submit a two dollar entry tee with their official  entry form.  Judging to be done by Independent panelists.  Judges decision shall be accepted ss final.  Prim will be given for the 1st $125.. 2nd $75. and 3rd $25. place winners, j  All contestants will receive a token of participation in contest.  All contestants must be residents of the Sunshine Coast.  In co-oparatlon with  Saa Cavalcade ��� Olbaona  l*-M Coast News, July 28,1981  7: JO pm.  King Neptune Contest intrui ��u sstv-z-m er  8:00 pm.  Sunshln* Coast and Annual  TALENT CONTEST SSS-7S3S  10:00 pm. |  Fireworks Display  EVENING ENTERTAINMENT  at Glbaona Elementary  7:30 "11:30 pm.  Teen Dance - We have lett the spot open for a Teen Dance but  so far no teen group has offered to take it on. ue-mi  or ue-nee     J  at the Legion  9:00 pm. ��� 1:00 am.  Cabaret for Royal Canadian Legion Branch No. 109 and  Guests - Musidjby "Gypsy Blue"  Some of the windows to Gibsons' places of business are  already dressed up for Sea Cavalcade.  In appreciation, the Sea Cavalcade Committee will provide a  prize for the |Best Dressed" in the theme of "Neptune's  Realm".       ^  The winner will be announced on Sunday afternoon, on the  wharf and in the Coast News.  Animal Show  Poster Contest ��� The.��� ��Ne*tMf't aeelaa"  Games & Races by Molly Mouse Day Care (includes Pie  Throw & Dunk Tank)  (Ribbons provided by G.V.F.D.)  Arts & Crafts Fair  Horseshoe Tournament  Men's, Women's and Mixed Categories  Registration - Dougal Park at Back Stop -11:00 am. - Noon  Game starts al Noon - Trophies  Bingo  War of Hoses (G.V.F.D.) j  NOON ��� Water Sports  1:00 ��� 4:00 pm.  Molly's Reach "Open House" - CBC The Beachcombers  1:00 pm.  Motocross Event - Launching Ramp  1:00 pm.  Variety Show (Elaine Middleton) - in the event of rain at The  Twilight Theatre  4*6 pm Sumhlne Coast and Annual  TALENT CONTEST continue!.  EVENING ENTERTAINMENT  at Elphinatone High School  9:00 pm.  mmmmmm- music by "Getaway-  Tickets on Sale at Richard's Men's Wear and Great Canadian  Dough Factory - $15.00 per couple - $8.00 single  at the Legion  9:00 pm. ��� 1:00 am.  Cabaret for Royal Canadian Legion Branch No. 109 and  Guests. Music by "Gypsy Blue".  Sea Cavalcade '81 Lottery  Sunday, August 2nd  at the Wharf  4:00 am.??  Lions Club Pancake Breakfast  real early - Super Vralu'i Dogfish Derby  8:30 am. ��� 4 pm.  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum - Open  10:00 am.  G.V.F.D. Long Distance Swim  U:00 Noon  Labatt's Blue Grass Jamboree  Swamp Grass  Wild Rose Construction  Frosty Mountain Spring Band  Eleventh Hour Blue Grass Choir  Arranged by Pacific Blue Grass Heritage Society  The four bands listed will take turns entertaining us all  afternoon. During band change, Dogfish Derby results will be  announced.  1:00 ��� 4:00 pm  Molly's Reach - "Open House"  1:00 pm.  Sky Divers by Tyee Air  7:00 pm.  Sunset Flag Ceremony by the Navy League of Canada  SATURDAY ��� NOON  Water Sports  Log Hurling  Boomatlck  Beachcomber Races  Prises ky LOCAL MARINAS and services. Intrjr Fee ��� call Pat  Kereh sstvnse  %  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  W-tf.  f  K. Butler Realty  R. & J. Services  Seaside Plumbing  R. Thomas Heating  You-Dels  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  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 doien 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. Small  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 of Canada  K. Ryan Architectural Services  Great Canadian Dough Factory  Fong's Grocery & Gift Shop  Marilyn Rutledge  jfy&  DRAW  NO.  PRIZES  DONORS  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 ft Blow Dry  24 Computer Football Game  25 Western Hat  26 $50. Gilt Certificate  27 Fiihing Cruise'Alibi Wahoo'8 Hours  28 Dinner for Two  29 Jewellery Bon  30 2 B.F. Goodrich Windbrcakcra  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 ft 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 tor 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 Gory  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.  Land-Sea 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 ft 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 ft Reel  77. Set of Fireplace Tools  78 $50. Gift Certificate  79 Hind 1/4 Beef  80 $50. worth of groceries  (atore of your choice)  81 MOVIE PASS  6 MONTH  Sears  Suncoast Truss  Cedars Inn  Mitten Realty  McKibbin & Beechara  Sunnycrest Fabrics  Edgewater Esso  Super-Valu  Henry's Bakery  Attic Antiques  Heron Cale  Gibsons Fish Market  Vnshi's  ff��eii  Kern's Home Furnishings  Don's Shoes  Gibsons Building Supplies  Trail Bay Sports  Gibsons Medical Clinic  Gibsons Clinic Pharmacy  Gibsons Girl & Guy Salon  J's Unisex  Bonniebrook Lodge  Gus Gianakos  Onward Go  Goddard's Fashions  Smitty's Marina  Chamber of Commerce  Sunshine Flowers & Gifts  Gibsons Meat Market  Jay-Cee Air Conditioning  & Refridgeration On the  Seafood Platter  Coast News, July 28,1981  21  by Chek-Chik  Well, folks, it's that titpe of  year again! Sea Cavalcade!  Things start off with a 'bang'  in the harbour on Friday evening, with the 'Opening  Ceremonies' by the 1981 Sea  Cavalcade Queen. The many  faces of King Neptune will be  there and the talented people  of the Sunshine Coast will perform in competition.  Right through Saturday and  Sunday there will be things to  see and do. This year the  Super Valu's Dogfish Derby  will take place on this week-  -cnd also. The Lion's Club  Pancake Breakfast and the  Dogfish Derby will happen  early on Sunday morning  down at the wharf.  Unlike other parts of the  world, we.are proud of our  dogfishing abilities. The spring dogfish (Squalus acan-  thias) is a very important  food-fish around the world  but the average consumer does  not know he is eating dogfish.  The English fish V chips for  many years have been made  from dogfish and one of our  leading 'hamburger chains'  uses dogfish in its fish burgers  when they can get a fresh supply.  No serious 'dog-fisherman'  should be without Russ  Mohney's informative and  delightful little "The Dogfish  Cookbook' - available locally.  For the benefit of those who  do not yet have a copy of the  book we are reproducing a few  illustrations on cleaning and  dressing the dogfish.  Make up a special cleaning  board before your fishing trip.  I used a piece of'/:" plywood  about 12" x 30" with a cord  attached at one end and a  sharp spike in the other (cover  spike with a large cork or piece  of styrofoam for safety) end.  Follow the instructions with  the illustrations and when you  get home marinate the fillets in  in a weak solution of vinegar  or lemon juice overnight  before cooking in any conventional manner.  'Sei-Food-Civak-.de'  During the Sea Cavalcade  you may not want to miss any  of the events so why npt dine  at one of the restaurants serving a variety of seafood dishes.  A short stop and a feed of  good old English Fish V  Chips 'to go' from the Gibsons Fish Market or a sit down  seafood meal at the cosy  'Snug' in the Heron  Restaurant just next door.  Cross the road for a view of  the bay from the Omega for  food in the Italian way. If you  are in your boat, stop at  Gramma's Pub float for a  snack and a 'cool one'.  Along from Molly's Reach  is the Seaview Gardens with  excellent Chinese food and a  choice of 16 seafood dishes  and a view of the wharf.  Almost next door is the improved and expanded Fit-  zgeralds, with fine seafood  and a panoramic view of the  waterfront. Across the road  the Come Home Cafe may  have a seafood special.  Happy Sea Cavalcade and  Sea You.  cleaning and  dre//lngtfiedogfW.  THE dogfish, like most other bottom fish, is almost always  filleted and skinned immediately after catching, rather than  eviscerated and transported whole. The process is quite  simple and not as messy as you might think. It does require  a special cleaning board that should be constructed before  you go out to fish. The board (see illustration) is about  Cleaning end Dressing the Dogfish    0    21  twelve by thirty inches with a sharpened nail protruding at  one end. The board also should be fitted with a short rope  so that it can be merely dropped overboard for rinsing after  the catch has been filleted. A sharp knife with a long thin  blade is the only other necessary piece of equipment.  Since proper dressing is essential to fully utilize the  fish, ihe following steps are outlined and illustrated individually:  1. Remove and discard the two dorsal fins and the  paired pelvic fins.  2. Affix the fish to the nail, belly down, with the tail  held firmly in the left hand (see illustration). Insert the  knife near the neck, below the lateral line. Push the point of  the knife through until it protrudes out the other side.  3. Paralleling the lateral line, cut with a sawing motion back to a point just behind the vent. The viscera and  belly flap will fall away from the body meat, but are still attached to the. head.  After cutting, grasp fins in both hinds, pulling outwent k  beck to remove akin from body meat!  4. Make two oblique cuts through the skin just forward of the pectoral fins, joining at the top of the neck.  Connect these cuts, under the fins, to the original starting  cut. Grasping one pectoral fin in each hand, pull the skin  The 4 elements of dressing  (try to keep them straight!)  backward. The tough skin should peel cleanly and easily to  the tail. Cut off the tail and discard it along with the skin.  5. Cut the skinless body from the head and set the  body aside. Cut the belly flap from the head and set it aside.  The head and viscera may now be discarded, leaving only  the skinless body and the belly flap with its skin still attached.  6. Now fillet the body or cut it into steaks. To fillet,  run the knife along the cartilaginous backbone to free the  meat on either side. Don't worry about rib bones; the dogfish has none. If you choose to cut the body into steaks,  simply slice it vertically at each of the primitive "joints" in  the backbone.  7. Finish dressing the belly flap by inserting the knife  between the skin and flesh. With a sawing motion, pull the  tough skin toward you. Trim off any darker fat. Rinse the  fillets and flap, then wrap tightly in plastic wrap or waxed  paper. Plastic bags can be used, but be sure to exclude as  much air as possible to prevent the meat from losing its fresh  color.  Some fishermen believe dogfish should not be rinsed  until at home, as rinsing may cause the fish to lose color, but  I found that a minimal rinse in saltwater aboard the boat  has virtually no effect on color or payability.  This quick-and-easy skinning method works beautifully and is simple to learn. If the skin tears or the pectoral fins  are lost during the trimming process, remove the skin simply by pulling it backward with a pair of pliers. It isn't quite  as efficient as using the fins as built-in handles, but it works '  just the same.  The dogfish should be cleaned and dressed as soon as  possible after catching. Deterioration in any fish begins almost immediately, and it is much better to clean each fish  when it is caught. Moreover, periodically dropping the  heads and viscera overboard will attract other fish, keeping  the action hot and heavy.  The success ratio among dogfish anglers is probably  higher than with any other kind of fishing���but the real  reward comes at the dinner table, where a hearty golden  fillet and a steaming plate of country potatoes signal the end  of a truly great angling experience.  Cleaning and Dressing the Dogfish    0  iuoi ���:,:  PISCES POTATO SALAD  A lovely summer salad, circa 1900, this is almost as  simple to prepare as the first recipe, but provides a  heartier treat. ,  DOGFISH     1 cup cooked and diced  GREEN ONIONS     Vi cup chopped  POTATOES     3 cups cooked and cubed  MAYONNAISE    1 cup  LEMON JUICE    1 tablespoon  SALT    to taste  PAPRIKA     to garnish  LETTUCE  Mix all ingredients together. Season to taste, adding more  lemon juice or vinegar if needed. Sprinkle with paprika.  Chill and serve on a bed of lettuce on cracked ice. Serves 8.  RICE-ALMOND FISH SALAD  This salad is purported to have been first described in  1699 by a famed English writer.  MAYONNAISE     K cup  CURRY POWDER    1 tablespoon  VINEGAR    1 tablespoon  SOY SAUCE i 2 tablespoons  DOGFISH    1 Vi cups cooked and diced  ONION     Vi cup finely minced  ALMONDS     Vi cup slivered  RICE    2 cups cooked  Mix thoroughly the mayonnaise, curry powder, vinegar,  and soy sauce. Add the dogfish, onion, almonds, and cooked  rice; mix well. Chill before serving. Serves 8.  0    THE DOGFISH COOKBOOK  urar'l Publlihlni Uaillad  ALL DAY SATURDAY  Aug. 1st 9:30 'til 6 pm  I  Sunnycrest j  Mall  Gibsons  -^SuperValu presents..,  fr  GIBSONS, B.C SUN., AUGUST 2nd 1981  'NO ADMISSION CHARGE'  SIMPLY PICK UP YOUR ENTRY IDENTIFICATION  BUTTON FROM YQUR SUPERVALU CASHIER  It all begins Sunday morning with a good  tasting 'pancake breakfast" at Gibsons' Gov't,  wharf, Ifs only $2.00 per person so come  on, join the fun! All proceeds donated to  Gibsons' Lions Club Charities.     .<  THM AM PRIM & TROPHHS GALOM TO Bt WON  YOU COULD BE A LUCK, biNMR!  1st PRIZE 2nd PRIZE  3rd PRIZE 4th PRIZE  ���ww I  (J PA    Penai Con  s150.i,u'  largest dogfish  caught  dogllsh caught  GUESS THE CORRECT TOTAL WEIGHT OF THE DOGFISH CAUGHT FOR THE  DOGFISH DERBY AND YOU COUI D WIN A TRIP TOR TWO TO HAW All VIA Ct'AIR  AIR FARE ONLY APPROX VALUE. 51 200 00 EACH TICKET I 0 GUESS WF IGH T  IS $2 00  W MANY MOM HMM PMtS lllT^oTB,Kt  FOR LARGEST DOGFISH LAUGH  EN HIDDEN WEIGHT PRIZES OF $50 00 i ARGE.ST DOGFISH CAUGHT BY  iUPERVALU GIFT CERTIFICATES A CHIL D 6 YRS 01 AGf OR UNDI  OTALLING $500 00 L ARGF ST DOGFISH CAUGHT BY  :ONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT ON ACHII D Mo I2YHS OF AGF  PLUS MANY MOM HWLN PPIIiS  TEN HIDDEN WEIGHT PRIZES OF $50 00  SUPERVALU GIFT CERTIFICATES  TOTALLING $500 00  CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT ON  THE DOCK AT GIBSONS FROM 11 00  AM. TO 6 P.M  FEATURING   LABATTS  BLUE GRASS JAMBOREE  ALSO FEATURING:  SWAMP GRASS. WILD ROSE  CONSTRUCTION. FROSTY MOUNTAIN  SPRING BAND. ELEVENTH HOUR BLUE  GRASS CHOIR  ARRANGED BY PACIFIC BLUE  GRASS HERITAGE SOCIETY  DOGFISH DERBY  FISHING ZONES  Fish must be caught by methods  of sport fishing only to qualify ^  SPECIAL KIDS DRAW  FIVE NORCO SOUIRE JUNIOR 5  SPEED RACING BIKES OFFERED TO  DERBY PARTICIPANTS 12 YRS OF  AGE OR UNDER EACH CHILD WILL  RECEIVE A TICKET FOR EVERY  DOGFISH TURNED IN AT GIBSONS  WEIGH STATION BEFORE 4 00 P M  AUGUST 2nd, 1981  TICKETS WILL BE DRAWN AT 4 00  P M   SAME DAY  FISHING BOUNDARIES- /X^^  1/..     fySfcuanrr.  J *  Mooorr.   tj  (Roberts Craok to Point Qroy / NV^j^^Sr  to Point Atkinson)  WEIGH-IN STATION  THE GIBSON'S GOVERNMENT WHARF  Bring your family or group tor a day  ot Halting funl  SuperVblu  Our name Is our promise 22  Coast News, July 28,1981  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIED ADS  Birth  Helen and Roy Robinson are proud to  announce the birth of a new "sister for  Mark and Sara. Jane Elizabeth 7 Ib.  12ozs., arrived at l:06a.m. on July 9  at St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt. Hat-  trick completed! #30  Obituaries  Wallis. Passed away suddenly on July  19. 1981, Donald Gregory Wallis, late  of Sechelt, in his 28th year. Survived  b> his loving parents, Stan and Janice  WaJlis, Sechelt; one sister, Eleanor,  and her husband Mark Cramb of Vancouver. Funeral service was held  Thursday, July 23rd at St. John's  United Church, Davis Bay. Reverend  Alex Reid officiated. Cremation.  Devlin Funeral Home, directors.  Thanhs  Our heartfelt thanks to friends, family, relatives and pallbearers for the  kindness shown to us by cards, flowers  and prayers following the loss of our  husband and father. Special thanks to  my friends Liz and Marge for their  help. From the Boser family.        030  Personal  HELP!  Our home was burned down. If  anyone has spare clothes and shoes to  fit a man of six foot height and slim  build, or has any unwanted linens,  household items, etc.,' please contact  Doug Erichson, Box 38, c/o Coast  News, P.O. Box 460, Gibsons. Thank  yout #30  WE BUT  SELL & TRADE  Hooks on Philosophy,  Music, Art, Poetry,  Theatre  BOOK SEARCH  available  Attic Antiques  Hwy. 101, on the hill,  Gl boons  Announcements  Craft fair August 8 & 9 during the  Sunshine Coast Arts Festival. Booth  info: 885-2687 or 885-5412. ��0  A.A. Meetings  Phone  886-9208      885-3394  or  886-2993  lor Pender Harbour  883-9978 or 883-9238  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  The Crown of QIop\;'  is now  OPEN MONDAYS  9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.  886-9744  Cedar Plaza, Gibsons  BIM'S  DRYWALL  ��� No job loo big  or small  ��� Machine taping  available  886-8088  JANE'S  \    TUB &��� TOP    I  \~    SHOP   (*J  (Si   MS-H11    US       A  A Full Line ol      ��W  Plumbing Supplies  Tues. - Sat.  9 a.m. - 5 p.m.  Gibsons  Hwy 101 & Pratt Rd.  Anouncements  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  ATTIC ANTIQUES  wishes to advise that its  Parking area is tor Customers only. All others will be  Towed away at owner's  expense.  RENTAL OF  SCHOOL  FACILITIES  Application for rental of  space by community  groups for Sept. - Dec. 15,  1981 will be received  August 3 - 10 by  Continuing Education,  Box 6, Sechelt. 885-3512.  Location: Port. Unit at  Chatelech Jr. Sec.  School.  CASTLEROCM  KENNELS  ��� Boarding      HM  ��� Grooming    Jj^fS  ��� Puppies occasionally  Roberta Creek,  opposite Goll Course  885-2505  Reward - My name is Michael, I'm  four years old. Somebody has my dog  ��� I would like him back. White  Samoyed ��� male 5 years, Vancouver  licence, tattoo on stomach. Call  886-8607 or 112-263-1948 collect.#30  Large male dog German Shepherd  -Malamute, black with tan, wears  choke chain, responds to Yukon. Call  886-8282. #30  Jonsereds Chainsaw lost on the west  end of Gower Point Road by senior  citizen. Phone 886-9879. #30  Friendly black and tan German  Shepherd wilh District of North Vancouver dug tag. Responds to the name  Cheyene. Lost between Smuggler's  Cove and Pender Harbour on the  power line. Reward minimum of $50.  886-9261 or ask for Brian at 980-9922  or 929-2851. #31  Reward for return of brown canvas  sports bag and contents, taken at  Langdale Sat. July II approximately 8  p.m. Phone 885-9095. #31  uuestoch  French Alpine Doe, 2 yrs., fresh  goat's milk, St.00 a quart. 886-2696.  ��o  For lease by month - Arabian gelding  needs experienced rider. Roberts  Creek area. 886-2877. #32  Dobermann Puppies - 7/8 pure,  female. 885-2390. 886-8530 9 p.m. - 9  a.m. #32  1 gentle 13 yr. old Quarter Horse cross  Appy. gelding $500; and 1 Quarter  Horse type 4 yr. old Sorrel gelding  5700. Phone 886-9638. #32  For Sale: Excellent show or pleasure  horse I5h 3" hunter type mare. Well  trained English and Western. Calm  and willing jumper. To view call  885-9969. #30  1 quarter horse mare, 1 pony to  good homes. 886-9409,886-7377. TFN  ELUNGHAM  STABLES  * Boarding  * Training  * Lessons  885-9969  OVFD Long Distance Swim Sunday  Aug, 1st Reals Island lo Gibsons. All  contestants should contact J. Dickson,  J's Unisex, for rcgisiraiion and rules.  #30"  Found  Found on Ferry good quality pocket  knife July 23rd. Phone 987-5528  owner will identify. #30  Ladies Wrist Watch in Gilker Park  -owner will identify. 886-9949 after 9  p.m. #30  Bred black and tan male Dobermann  Puppies, 13 weeks. Phone 885-2911  after 12 noon. #32  S.P.C.A.  Last week we're open - all animals  must go for adoption ���  Do-p: Lab X male 8 months. Golden  Retriever X female I year. Golden Lab  X female 1 year. Sheepdog X male I  year.  CaU: Calico female 1 year. Grey and  white male neutered 1 year. Tabby and  white male neutered I year.  We still have some cute kittens males  and females.  Peninsula Kennels open to view 9-11  a.m. - 2-4 p.m. or phone 886-7713. #30  wanted  nOFBSIOIMLDOa  BROOMIM  TEETH ��� NAILS ��� EARS  CLEANED  FMflt  SPCA  SPAY  Clinic  and information  886-7938  lint 105  Gibsons, B.C.  CASH FOR LOBS  tod men  Frw Estimate!  D & 0 LOG SORTING  LTD.  886-7896    886-7700  worn Wanted  Building design consulting, Solar receptive passive principal, Residential  and commercial site  evaluation. Retrofits  General contracting. Solar  Situations Ltd.-886-9146.  Magus  Kennels  ��� Dog Boarding & Training  ��� CKC Champion & Obedience  Great Danes  ��� All Breed Grooming  We invite all dogowners to  view our new grooming facilities and discuss your pet's  grooming needs.  Raincoasi secretarial  Office overload Sendee  and  Professional Out of Office  Typing  (Pick-up und delivery  available)  Patti: 8864593  EUBS. 885-5888  J. LEPORE TILE  Quality Installations  Ceramic. Mosaic or Quarry  All work guaranteed  Free estimates  Phone Anytime  u/orK wanted I Help wanted I     For Rent  Adorable English Springer Span-  iel puppies, liver 4 white from  champion stock, beautifully marked, very intelligent, easily  trained. Maureen. $250  883-2563. #30  Purebred miniature apricot poodles. 886-7378 TFN  Wc board small animals and birds.  Unicorn Pels 'n Plants. Sechelt.  885���5525.  Trees topped, trimmed or fallen.  Reasonable rates. 886-9192. #31  Many new homes are appearing in the  Gibsons, Roberts Creek, Sechelt area.  Are you interested in custom handcrafted kit. cabinets, bathroom  vanities, shelving systems, bookcases  or specially designed feature walls in  wood? Phone King Anderson  885-9033 btwn. 6-8 p.m. Portfolio  avail, for viewing. #31  LOG SKIDDING  Timber Jack Skidder  with operator 886-2459 #51 TFN  Experienced reliable babysitting -  iechelt area preferred. Call  Gillian at 885-3428 TFN  Reliable lady will do house cleaning.  Reasonable   rates.   References  available. 885-3383. #32  2 Carpenters, 12 years exp. Framing,  Renovating, Finishing. 886-9679.  #32  NEEDTUNl-Ufr-f  Experienced mcrharih' will come  lo you car -any make. leas,  rates call Domlnlqae  885-3317  anytime IFN  Qualified Painter. Reasonable  rates. Work guaranteed. 886-9749   TFN  Interior Painting and Insulating  886-9035-886-9277. #30  Chimney sweeping and moss  spraying. 886-7540 TFN  HARBOUR  CHIMNEY CLEANING  Serving the Sunshine Coast.  Fireplaces, furnaces, oil stoves,  883-9171. Customers from the  886 exchange call collect.      TFN  Retired gentleman for garden work  esers other week. 886-8337. #31  Required: Permanent part-time receptionist, exp. dealing with people, an  ability to type routine corresp. essential. Submit resume to Jolly Roger  Inn, KRI Halfmoon Bay. #30  Part-time bus girls and door  person required. Apply in person  to Royal Canadian Legion Branch  109. Gibsons. TFN  Wanted  Experienced  Breakfast  Grill Cook  Phone  The  Heron  at  886-9011  Commercial pilot seeking employ  ment.   500   hrs.   multi-engine,    (after 6)  land or sea. Cass II instrument  rating. Call Rick (112) 921-9646.  TFN  Live-in housekeeper for single  parent (male) 1 boy and 1 girl,  ages 3 & 5 yrs. No obj. to person  with own child. Phone 886-9062.  #30  Reliable babysitter reqd. '/i days Mon.  to Fri. for 5-yr. old girl attending  Roberts Creek Elem. Kindergarten in  Sept. Ph. 886-8263 after 6:00.       #30  Lord Jim's Lodge requires immediately 2nd Cook. Apply in person Lord  Jim's Lodge, phone 885-2232.       #30  Wanted - reliable person to babysit  fulltime (16 years and older). Please  phone for more information: 886-7491  #30  Design  Drafting  886-7441  Freebies  Good home for Collie cross, 4 years.  885-5482. #31  Nice home for Collie cross dog,  kind people, a family dog, 4 yrs.  neutered, prefer no children.  Call 885-5482 #30  In   need  of  baby   stroller,   i.e.  "Slollec" type. 886-8332. #32  Gas lawn mower; sm. 2-3 person  lightweight tent; ironing board; picnic  table; toaster; iron; air mattress or '  dinghy. 885-3772. #32  Delivered sawdust, shavings, for  stable. 885-9969 TFN  F & L Contractors. Standing  timber. Any amount. Fair prices.  Good clean up. Lou LePage  886-9872 or 886-7833. TFN  Older furniture, china etc. bought  or sold on consignment. Harbour  Antiques, 1585 Marine Dr.,  Gibsons. 886-7800 TFN  Carpenter - new and renovations.  Reasonable rates and references.  886-7280 TFN  Backhoe available. Gibsons area  preferred. Phone 886-9614 any  time. TFN  Hardwood Floors resanded and  finished, work guaranteed. Free  est. Phone 885-5072 TFN  Dependable experienced carpenter, renovations, eavestroughs,  greenhous.es, sundecks, finishing  No job tool small, until 8 p.m.  885-9285       '' TFN  Dependable licenced plumber.  New installations, renovations.  Call Bruce 885-7408 TFN  Fast, efficient, reliable. Phone Wendy  at 885-3382 for: House and Garden.  Keeping and sitting, laundry etc. and  odd jobs. #32  TRACTOR FOR HIRE  Rototiller - Plough - Loader with  backhoe. Ideal for water lines. 13"  width. For full details 886-2934.    #30  Your garden  needs sprucing  up?  Topping, pruning, make a lawn or  build a fence -886-7540. TFN  Preschool Supervisor for new  preschool opening in Roberts  Creek. The Rainbow Preschool  will operate 3 full days/week  beginning in Jan. 1982. Please  submit resume including qualifications, teaching philosophy,  program and special skills to:  Valerie Silver, RR#2 Henderson  Rd., Gibsons, B.C. VON 1VO #30  Rentals & Sales persons. Mechanical and ability to deal with  public a must. 3 to 4 days per  week. Please send resume to  Personnel Dept., Box 59, Madeira  Park, B.C. TFN  Cook  Waited  P&weplcMce  JMQm't  JMge  885-2232  Chimney   Cleaning   and   maintenance. Ph. 886-7411 or 886-8023   TFN  For Explosive Requirements  Dynamite, electric or regular caps  B line E cord and safety fuse.  Contact Gwen Nlmmo, Cemetery  Road, Gibsons. Phone 886-7778,  Howe Sound Farmer Institute.   IEM  ABC General Painting, spray  brush, roll, sundecks sanded  refinished, etc. 886-2512 after  5 p.m. #31  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  HincoAaK  Complete  Photographic Service  ��� Promotion  ��� Commercial  ��� Portraits  ��� Custom Work  M���SS 886-2937  PART TIME  INSTRUCTORS  Part time instructors are  wanted for the Fall Program in the following  areas:  Blueprint Reading  Bookkeeping I & II  Candlemaking  Cooking:  Bread  Fondue  Chinese  Microwave  Flower Arrangements:  (dried)  Guitar, Beginners  House Construction  Plumbing  Repairs:  Household Items  Weaving  Yoga (Gibsons)  Please contact 885-3512,  Karln Hoemberg, Continuing Education, August 3 - 7 or write to Box 6,  Sechelt.  For Rent  SPECIAL WEEKj. V RATES  Peninsula Hotel 886-9334      TFN  Bedroom Suite, private entrance,  Roberts Creek. Call 886-8569 #30  19 in. Colour T.V. KS. per mo., 3  mo. min. 26 in. consoles $30. per  mo. J & C Electronic. 885-2568  #TFN  1200 Sq. Ft.  commercial  Shoo space  For Lease  Hwy. 101, Gibsons  BBB-MH  OFFICE SPACE  Very reasonable lease  requirements for 2nd  floor location.  Sizes available,  from 880 sq. ft. fo  4500 sq. ft.  Air conditioned, carpeted mall location.  SPACE  AVAILABLE  IMMEDIATELY  Phone: 886-2234  886-7454  COMMERCIAL  SPACE  FOR RENT  Cedar Plaza  Gibsons  Up to 1600 sq. fl. 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 Sale  For Sale  Conveniently located 2 bdrm. apt.  Lower Gibsons. Phone 921-7788 ref.  req'd. Children A sml. pets may be  considered. #32  Long term rental for the right tenants.  2 bedroom home in Lower Gibsons  area. References a must. $520 per  month. 886-7264 after 6 p.m. No pets.  #30  Gibsons Industrial 1'ark - small  business or storage ��� 750 sq. ft.  886-2131). #31  Small clean private room for rent lo  retired middle-aged gentleman. Share  all modern home facilities, available  Aug. I. Rented by lady in same  category on resort near beach. For info, write Box 36 Coast News. Box 460.  Gibsons. #31  Property Management, Including  house rentals, John Wilson,  Gordon Agencies. 885-9365    #35  Share a comfortable home with  pensioner near beach. Abstainer  only. Long term, all services if  required. 886-9463. #31  Room and board available for  clean working men. Phone  886-2137 TFN  RENT-A-BAY!  YOU FIX IT!  We supply you with a bay area,  floor jacks, jack stands, creepers.  Bring your own tools. $5.007hour.  Phone 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. 886-2020.  Crucil Rd. TFN  , Commercial space 2 separate  locations 1500 sq. fit. located at  Hwy. 101 & Francis Peninsula  Rd. in Pender Harbour. Day  883-2533 Nights 883-9933.    TFN  Small house for rent Aug. 1, '81. One  bedroom, stove & fridge, lovely ocean  view in Gibsons. Tenant required to  care for yard. Responsible persons only. Character reference required.  Phone 112-642-6132. #30  3 bedroom, 2 bathroom Home in  Pender Harbour. Phone 112-224-6549  after 5 p.m. #31  Grantham's Community Hall refurbished, available for meetings etc. Call  886-2935. #32  COMMERCIAL SPACE  1600 sq. ft. prime retail space  available June 1. 885-2522,  885-3165 eves. TFN  Community Hall for rent in  Roberts Creek. Phone Bill Grose  885-9237 TFN  Store or office space. Approi.  1500 sq. ft. located at Hwy. 101  & Francis Peninsula Rd. in  Pender Harbour. Day 883-2533  nights 883-9933 TFN  OIANT  SIDEWALK  SALE  SUPER BARGAINS  July 29 ��� Aug. 1  MACLEODS  SECHELT  Cowrie St.  Sechelt  885-2171  PUMPS PUMPS PUMPS  Commercial 4 Residential  Sump, Sewage a  Eltluent Pumps  Construction Equipment  885-5922  Home Shop oxy. ace. Welding outf.  with rods $300. Car top carrier. Cost  S26 sell SI6. 4 alum, windows 2' j 2'  single glaze cost S30 each, sell S16.  886-2957, 5 to 7 p.m. #32  13.3 cubic ft. Frostfree Frig. A 30"  Range, Westinghouse matched pair,  harvest gold. $350 for pair. 886-2558.  #30  Lead 45* lb. 886-7614. #32  Kerosun 'Moonlighter' kerosene  heater, heats, lights, cooks.  Odourless, push button ignition. 9500  BTU. Burns 18 hours on one gallon of  fuel. In orig. box S175. Tel. 886-8473  mornings, eves. #30  Six piece bedroom suite, oak veneer,  like new $850 OBO. Phone 885-2356  or 885-9721.Jean. #32  GARAGE SALE: 10' FG Boat 4 hp,  rototiller, canopy, furniture, clothes,  tools, motorcycle etc. Aug. 1 on Fir-  crest Rd. off Pratt. Starts I p.m.  #30  SPECIAL  CLEARANCE  Mouses  ����.  Dresses  ���B & "10  Attic Antiques  Hwy. 101, on the hill  Gibsons  "Farm Fresh Butler Crunch Letluee"  other vegetables later. 8S6-7046.  New GE Dishwasher, biiill-in reversible door panels.  Phone 886-S.'.79.   m_  4-wheel trailer for 18-23' boat  $500 886-7698. #29  Westinghouse stove 26 inch,  good condition, works. 886-8268  or 886-7029. $50. #30  Moving - Must sell - sofabed &  mat. chair $100 OBO, sofabed $75  OBO, clothes (long gowns) incl.  ladies lthr. jacket $65, port,  typewriter 885-9677 aft. 6 p.m.  #30  2 Slilh Chainsaws #075, $550 and $350  OBO. 886.8223. Ml  >*-  VACATION?  886-2522  Agnes Labontn  Cedar Plaaa, Gibsons  Washer & Dryer $250. Ph. 886-8656.  #32  Inglis Dryer $50, Baycrcsl .sewing  machine $40, ironing board, living  room lamp. 886.8627. #31  24 Channels of TV via satellite  receiver $7,770 plus installation. For  more information call Mr. Lees at  Dono Communications (112)  922-3673. #32  Double folding wooden chairs IK at  $15.00 each. Whirl-o-way water  pressure Dishwasher $30.00. Phone  886-2660. #31  FREE KITCHEN DESIGN  SERVICE!  Carpets I Vinyl I Ceramics I Appliances I Cabinets I Teredo Carpet & Home Centre 885-2601,  885.7520. TFN  Beat the wet wood winter blues - have j��� LUMBER FOR SALE���"~  your   firewood   delivered   today.  885-3605. #32  GARAGE SALE: August 1st 2-4 p.m.  Furniture, china, tools, etc. 1136  Franklin Rd., Gibsons. #30  3/8 drill press $35. Electronic  auto analyzer $30. Rockwell  Beaver 9" table saw with 1 hp  motor $300. Old adding machine,  collectors item $20. 2 Sears auto  blocking jacks new $16 pair.  Round barbeque blocks for  barbeque or wishing well $40 the  lot. Lots of other items, rollaway  cots etc. Phone 886-2512 after  5 p.m. #30  9-piece antique dining room suite  oak. Ph. 886-7254. #30  WALLPAPER fabulous designs.  Teredo Carpet Centre 885-2601 or  885-7520. TFN  Let US customize your kitchen  co-ordinating drapery fabric and  wall covering. Teredo Carpet  Centre. 885-2601 or 885-7520 TFN  Elec. Moffat stove $80, good  working cond. 886-2520.        #30  electrohom:  SALES ��, SERVICE  ^ COAST T.U.  Rough sawn lumber. Grades 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  926-7318. TFN  i���ffladolpa-n  Appliances  have good guaranteed  rebuilt appliances.  Less than half  new price.  Call Collect Anytime  Appliances, Furniture, TV's,  Stereos etc. DISCOUNT PRICES!  Kern's Home Furnishings, Seaview Place, Gibsons. 886-9733.   TFN  TONY'S  UNIQUE RESTORATIONS  BRASS* ANTIQUES  PcdaJ stools. Sinks. Leaded  glass. French Doors. Demolition.  Brass Taps. Chandeliers. Wall  Sconces. Red Brick. Oak Floors.  Beautiful accessories 50 years &  older. 3662-4th Ave., Vancouver  TFN  OCEANSIDE  POOLS  VINYL LINED SWIMMING POOLS  ALUMINUM  I STEEL WALLS  HOT TUBS a SPAS  Salts, Strvlce, Installations  Fully QuartnlMd  Ttn Ytars Experience  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone  Bob Green  885-3862  Box 1184, Sechelt.  INSULATION  AND ROOFING  MATERIALS  FOR SALE  PENINSULA ROOFING &  INSULATION LTD.  885-37(4  Green Onion  Stereo  884-5240  Dunham Rd., Port Mellon For Safe  Automotlue   I campers & ru s  Marine  fsigyi  WOOD HEATERS  and furnaces  Sales and Service  H. Himmel  Hwy. 101, W. Sechelt  885-2113  White Range and Fridge S93 total.  886-9382. #32  Electric Stove 30" - burners work  ���oven...? S23. 886-9326, 886-9122. #32  Bus  Seats  S20 ea.   Phone  W.W.  Upholstery 886-7310. ��32  MULCH HAY $1.50 bale. Phone  evening 885-9357 TFN  Powerful horse manure: you load  M.S 885-9969. TFN  Two good walkers and commode,  reasonably priced. Phone 886-2727.  MO  Gold jewellery sale by goldsmith.  Ring) - I amethyst $130. I malachite  w/gold beads S83. SS w/gold nugget  S83. Designers band SI03. I wed.  band SI23. Pendants 2 lapis lazuli S63  . $80. I treble clef S63. I 2"  mushroom S73. I Aust. opal J73. All  work UK ��� entire lot For $730 incl.  gold nugget bracelet. Ph. 886-2108.  #32  Older portable Frigidaire from  loading dishwasher in good working  order. $30.883-2367. #30  Mobile bldg. 20 x 50' can be divided,  formerly daycare centre. Must be  moved by Aug. 30. $13,000 OBO.  Almost new. Coq. 937-3139. #32  Honda 183 excellent condition, driven  by a fifty year old man. Asking price  $1,230,883-3669. #32  CARPORT SALE odds A ends.  Seaview - Beach Av. Sat.- Sun. (10  a.m.). #30  400 mm Kitstar 1:6.3 (screw mount)  very new. $130 OBO. Large old canvas tent $100. 886-7933, 886-9720.  #30  Portable Cocktail Bar A 3 stools, good  condition $150 OBO. Banjo, new condition $123 OBO. 886-8494. #32  ATTENTION  BUILDERS  available In  bulk format  For use in  Solar Collectors  and Radiant  Floor Heating  H&S  CONTRACTING  885-3825  THERMAX  WELD-ALL IND.  Beat the High Cost of Heating  Custom Made Wood Stoves  PHONE 886-8466  Centres  OQPIOIMEER  MWIV fW  wcomp  Appliance!  DEALER  COST  plot 10%  Next to the  Bank of Montreal Building  Sechell  885-3313  COAST  POWER CLEANING  - Steam Cleaning  e Pressure Washing  ��� Sand Blasting  Industrial Painting  885-9316  The WOOD SHED  Is now taking orders (or  FIREWOOD  Stock-up now lor neat wmtt*  Phon��M  SEWINC. MAI MINI   H1PAII  ^W phone  ^886-2231  Fridge-Freezer side-by-side, avocado, butter conditioner etc.  $400,886-2513. #30  Misc. Tools, grinder, impact gun  (elec.) drill bit, chain-fall. Phone  886-9752. #30  WALLPAPER fabulous designs.  Teredo Carpet & Home Centre.  885-2601 or 885-7520 TFN  TRAILER HITCHES  Reese,   Eaz-Tow   and   custom  hitches.   Call   Terry   at   Coast  Industries,   Gibsons.   886-9159.  TFN  Inglis multi-cycle auto washer,  excellent condition. Guaranteed  & delivered. $250. Phone 883-  2648 TFN  Automotlue  1971 Volkswagen stn. wagon, new  brakes & clutch, good radial tires plus  snows. Radio. $1,500. 886-9194 evenings * weekends. #32  1980 Ford Lariat super cab 4x4 special  paint, heavy duty trailer pkg. 17,000  kil. Like new, plus II ft. Galaxie  camper $13,500. May take small  trade. 885-9630. #30  '66 Rambler A.M. 6-cyl. auto, S/W,  one owner, many extras, stud snows 1  mm aculate $1,200, VG belt tire  78x14.885-9345. #32  1969 International 1 ton flatdeck, exc.  condition, great work truck $1,300.  883-9630. #30  1976 Pacer X air cond., 4-speed, good  condition.   $1,900  OBO.   883-9630.  #30  Rebuilding Track  Need parts, car with good engine and  transmission. Phone 886-7237.     #32  '73 Mazda SW great running cond.  Need fender. Barb 886-9741 or  886-8126. $675. #30  1974 Triumph TR-6, 63,000 mi. Mint  condition in and out. Complete sound  system. S4.500OBO. 885-3313.   TFN  1971 Pontiac V-8 auto, good condition. Sell or trade. 886-9714.        ^30  1961 OMC, good work truck. $700  firm. 886-9714. #30  Sunshine Coast delight - '63 Pontiac  convertible ��� new top. $3,000.  886-9508 eves. #32  1968 Olds Cutlass, good mechanical  condition $500 full price. 886-9414.   ��2  1979 Dodge 1 ton, dual wheels,  flatdeck. V-8 auto., PS & PB,  20,000 km. Rebuilt. $5,500.  886-8414. TFN  SMALL CAR  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  Hours ol Service  8 am-5 pm   885-3281  g-MTM CMIT  POM uvea ltb  19811-Ton Trucks  c/w 12' Vans  1981 F-250's  3/4 Ton Pickups  1981 Fairmonts  1981 Mustangs  5 Ton Truck. 22' Box  Hydraulic Tailgate  DAILY WEEKLY  MONTHLY  COMPETITIVE RATES;  ���ABBA-  MEASE RENTALS \  SOUTH COAST FORD  885-2131  Across from Benner's  Furniture. Sechell  1979 caori aMa  5 Litre auto P.S.-  P.B. 12,000km Loaded with options. Extra wheels & tires.  I7.J  886-7927 after 6  Lightweight tent-trailer sleeps 4. $350  OBO. Good little trailer 816-8647  after S p.m. "32  20 fl. Travel Trailer, good condition,  fridge, stove, shower, toilet $2,000.  885-9630. "30  1974 15' Hoi. Trailer, good cond.,  sleeps 6. 3-way fridge, stove, toilet  $3.500.885-3325. ��l  Has Your nbtti  Lots its hopt  Come in and see Herman  Vandeberg, 20 years Volkswagen Specialist - Factory  trained.  SMTN C��MT  FtKi uuw vn  Houri ol Service  8 am - 5 pm    885-3281  VN. Hi DO StOCN  wmvwnrti  1970 750 Honda dressed, good shape.  $1,500 OBO. 886-9777. #32  '79 Kawasaki 400 LTD. '79 Suzuki  GS400E. Both low mileage, in excellent shape. Phone 885-9850 or 886-  9962. ��0_  1979 Yamaha XS400 crash ban,  back rest & luggage rack, also  18' Sangstercraft Boat k E-Z load  trailer. Eves. 886-7908. #30  '73 Chev Vi (on with camper, extras.  $1,800. 886-2030 or 886-8434.        #32  '71 Olds Cutlass 330 runs good.  J 1,000 OBO. 886-9136. #30  Dodge Maxi Van 318 PS, PS, steel  radials, semi-camp., needs body work,  great lor parts. $800. 886-9786.      #31  1980 AMC Concord Dl. St. Wgn.  24,000 km., radials, AM I M tilt will.  S-cyl. aulo like new, priced to sell.  Evenings 8869508. #31  1980 Ford FIS0 Pickup like new, two-  Jonc paint, radials plus mounted  mows, radio, box liner, 14,000 km.  Priced to sell. Even. 886-9508.       #31  1981 Mercury Capri, mileage 4,000  <m. $8500. 885-3514. #30  1968 MGB bright yellow, good engine  & trans. Body job?? just done bul  work & paint arc poor. I am tired!  Please rescue this great engine & new  running gear. One drive & you'll want  it! 883-9342. $2000 OBO. TFN  1972 Ford Courier Pick-up $850.  885-5444. #31  1971 Chevelle Malibu 2 dr. HT, PS &  PB 307 cu. in. 3 sp. auto new tires, recent motor overhaul $1000 or best offer. 1955 Chevy 2 dr. HT major body  work done, needs running gear, offers. Canopy for short box pickup  fibreglass const. $400. 885-54%.    #31  1971 Dodge Van 6 auto radio, good  cond., semi-camperized, interior easily removable $2200. Large pickup  canopy $300. 885-3337.  1969 Toyota Corolla $300 firm.  886-7174 after 6 p.m.   1978 GMC Rally Wagon, excellent cond. Only 7,500 mi.  886-2410 TFN  1966 4x4 IHC ���/. ton crew cab with  good tires, 2 new radials, 10-ton  all gear Tulsa winch, runs ��  works great, body ft doors not so  hot. $l,S00OBO. 883-9175.   TFN  '65 Pontiac Laurennal 6-cyl.  sedan, tested 10/81 cheap reliable transportation. $650. 885-  3949. #30  '73 VW super Beetle for parts.  885-3605. #30  '57 Chevy Pick-up $895. Tel.  885-5490 after 6 p.m. #30  For Sale '74 Ford % ton pick up  $3400 OBO ft 8 ft. camper,  sleeps 4, ice box, stove ft oven,  sink, furnace, $1200 OBO. Must  sell 886-8345. #30  74 Toyota pickup truck, auto,  trans., needs work. $1,000 OBO.  883-9170 #30  1971 Pontiac Catalina, fair condition, new brakes, battery, good  rubber, running order. $700 OBO.  885-7287 after 6. #30  ���74 Ford 1-ton F350, 12' alum,  box. Ph. 886-7254. #30  12x64 Fleetwood mobile home, 2  bedrooms, 4 appliances. To be moved.  $18,500OBO. 886-8223. #31  15' Trailer, stove, ice box, sleeps  4. Spare tire. Needs some work.  $700 OBO. 886-9638 #30  '77 Ford Ranger XLT Supercab  V. ton, camperized, CB, AM/FM  cassette, new brakes, shocks,  exhaust, plus WA ft. camper,  fully equipped, self-contained,  hydraulic jacks, both to immaculate condition, also fibre-  glass canopy. 111,000. 886-2924.   #30  TRAILER HITCHES  Reese, Eax-Tow ft ��� custom  hitches. Call Terry at Coast  Gibsons. 886-9159.  TFN  Mobile Homes  1979 deluxe 30 ft. Terry Trailer, ideal  live in or travel - as new - loaded with  extras - inquire pad 31, Madeira  Marina. Asking $16,300.- #33  14 x 36 new moduline mobile home set  up in Sundance Trailer Park, 4 appliances, 139a over IS year financing  O.A.C. 883-9979, Coast Mobile  Homes, Dealer #6393. #30  1975 Mobile Home 12 x 64 sundeck  and metal shed 4 apl. and wood burning stove. $27,500.00. 886-9777 Pad  No. 63. Sunshine Cat. Tr.Prk.      #32  16 ft. fibreglass Runabout, full canvas, 53 Merc, outboard, electric start,  depth sounder, in perfect condition,  price $4,500.885-9378. #32  9.1 hp Merc, older model, recent  overhaul, new carb. Runs smooth.  $323. 2 hp Evinrude one yr. old,  perfect for canoe. $243. 10 ft.  fiberglas Davidson-type dinghy with  new oars, great mooching or rowboat.  $225. Tel: 8864473 mornings, eves.  #30  Diving Compressor, 2.1 C.F.M.  Puris, fits in car trunk. $1,830 used 6  hours. Phone 112417-1931. #32  12 ft. aluminum Boat, oars, life  jackets, anchor, Seagull motor. $700  OBO. Phone 813-3671. #30  17' Sangster 63 hp outboard, heavy  duty, tilt trailer, moorage paid to May  1982 ins. $3,300. 886-2691. #32  25' Sloop, 3 sails, 7.5 hp Seagull, large  cabin $5500. Quentin Roberts, RRI.  886-7294. #31  1974 San Juan 24 sailboat, many extras, good condition, race equipped.  $17,500 Firm. 886-7582. #31  Excellent beginner's sailboat-row boat  9' Davidson dinghy fully equipped.  $850. 2634564 or 883-9298. #30  15' F.G. over wood, 50 hp Merc,  trailer, tanks etc. $1000. 886-7843. #31  18' Catamaran sailboat c/w jib and  *Km>  SALES I SERVICE  Big Maple Motel  Davis Bay  885-9513  DX. 6925  Coast Mobile  Homes Ltd.  GOOD  SELECTION OF  DOUBLE WIDES  wataKe trades  or  Consign your Mobile  Home to ut lor  Hwy. 101 (across from Bender's  _ Furniture)  885-9979       mdl ��m  marine  1980 Sunrunner 170 80 hp Merc  outboard, camper top, down  riggers, with moorage paid till  Dec. '82. $7500.886-9752      #30  Bir-CS MARINE  SURVEYS LTD  Insurance claims, condition and  valuation surveys. Serving the  Sunshine Coast and B.C. Coastal  Waters. Phone: 885-9425, 885-  9747,885-3643,886-9546      TFN'  B.C. Vuhon  Bianhet Classifieds  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. (D.L. 6747). #TFN  WINNIPEG $101,900.00 approx-  imately 1630 square reel, 4 level split,  backing man-made lake, double  garage, family room etc. Call Deborah  Goodfellow - Delbro Real Estate  Number One, (204) 237-2528.       #30  UNIQUE DESIONED 4 bedroom  home, 2 bathrooms, 2 fireplaces,  family room. Close to amenities.  Designer built, fully landscaped. Quiet  cul-de-sac $99,300.00. Phone  339-3966 (mornings) or 339-4522. #31  FOR SALE IN PRINCETON  delicatessen and grocery. Continuously growing business. Priced to sell at  $39,000.00 plus stock. Phone  295-6440. #30  CLEANINO STAFF required by  Charlton's Cedar Court and  Charlton's Evergreen Court. Excellent  accommodation available. Pleasant  surroundings. Only Industrious persons need apply. Contact Linda  Charlton, Box 731, Banff, Alberta,  TOL OCO. Phone (403) 762-3659. #32  full batten main $1800. Phone 886- ������  8247.  #31  AUTOMOTIVE  QUALIFIED  MECHANIC  _ specializing in Tune-Up and carbura-  EZ loader boal trailer like new. Never u0" for Lincoln-Mercury Dealership,  in salt water. Cap. 500 lb. or up to 14 ��"" -*67-"81 ��r wi" Fred Walls &  ft. boat. Even. 886-9508. #31 So" Lld- ���*>" 1280' Vanderhoof,   ;  B.C. VOJ 3AO. #30_  17' Sangster with 70 hp Mercury OB 5  hp Volvo OB. Trailer and more $4200  or offers. Phone 883-2228. #31  AB Haddock Boat moving.  Licensed and fully insured.  Hydraulic equipment. Phone 883-  2722 days. 883-2682 eves     TFN  12 ft. double fiberglai hull  and trailer. $150 OBO. 885-3718  eves, till 8 p.m. TFN  Trauel  Peninsula Travel will be closed for  holidays from July 20. Will re-open  August 4th. If you can't wait, sec Jay  and Elles at Gibsons Travel.  wanted to Rent  Small workshop for custom woodworking enterprise Halfmoon Bay-  Sechelt area. Call 521-0946. #31  New custom home wanted by  Lionhead Development Co. Single  man relocating home and business.  Phone collect 685-3023. #32  Opportunities  -Economy got you down? Avon  offers good dollars, nice people,  -jreat prizes. CaU Sue Wiggins  886-9166, Helen Phillips 885-  2183. TFN  Brand new 1981 2 hp Johnson in box  $425 or '72 Johnson 40 hrs.. $265.  40/70 OMC prop $60.885-9345.   #32  Windsurfer 80 model very good shape,  call Barbara 886-9741, 8864126. $900  firm. #30  12' aluminum Boat & Seagull motor.  $900. 885-9243 between 6 p.m. and 8  p.m. #30  17' fbgls. runabout, hardtop,  55 hp, 4 hp Johnsons, E-z load  trailer, additional parts engine.  $1950 OBO. 885-9535 after 4:30.  #30  Chrysler 440 complete 2-1 reduction used 100 hours $4,000.  Ekolite sounder $50. Charlie.  883-2563 #30  24' aluminum log salvage Tug  440 Chrys. marine 2 station  hydraul. fully equipped with  VHF, CB, VHF scanner, charts,  dog lines, tow ropes. Ph. 886-  7834.518,500. #33  26 ft. C-lic. Trailer 3 yrs. old,  all gear, ideal pleasure. Phone  885-5602 aft. 6 p.m. #30  18' Sangstercraft I/O, 120 Merc  Cruiser E-Z load trailer, many  extras, also 1979 XS400 Yamaha  motorcycle. Eves. 886-7908    #30  16' FG Double Eagle. 70 hp and  6 hp Johnson motors. Hardtop.  Trailer. $3500.885-2375.        #30  14 ft. Sailboat with homemade  trailer, dacron sail. $330. or  offers. Phone 886-7391 #30  gRoyalTrust  FOR SALE  BEAUTY SALON  Opportunity to be creative and  be your own boss at the same  time. Weil established business  with 4 fully equipped stations, 3  sinks with extra hookup for  fourth, 4 dryers, bin washer &  dryer, full bathroom plus storage.  Located in modern plaza dose to  shopping centre. Lots of parking  available. Vendor is motivated.  All reasonal offers will be con-  sidered. Call Elizabeth Raines  324-4621 (24 hours).  669-3022 RT-8 (24 Hours)  TUgerMr. ���H wecanhnpyouberar.  CUVEBLOOa  aweuFEi  The Canadian Rao Cross Society  Allow'   SIWAOI     TOAIMSNT  Perhaps we can service  that   difficult lot.  883-2269     885-5922  Legal  NOTICE  Take note that application has been made to the  Motor Carrier Commission for an increase in tariff  rates. Changes may be examined at the office of the  applicant. Subject to the consent of the Motor  Carrier Commission, the proposed effective date is  August 15, 1981.  Any objections may be filed with the Superintendent of Motor Carriers, 4240 Manor St., Burnaby, VSQ  3X5, on or before August 1,1981.  Village Taxi Ltd.  .    Hwy 101  Gibsons, B.C.  Coast News, July 28,1981  Propertu  23  Contract house demolition and  removal. Also, hourly chains*-* work,  slashing, bucking, etc. 885*3310 or  885-3417. 131  lOl tOK SALE  Deer horn Drive. Sandy Hook.  $40,000 firm. Phone 886-2673 alter  6 p.m. '32  i  2 bdroom house for sale on large lot  96' i 168' on Rosamund Rd. Large  carport, young various frith trees,  close to school, cable vision. Room  off carport. F.P. $82,300.00. Phone  886-7498 or mess: 883-2330. ��32  Large level building lot. potential yje*   -*  al   Gower   Point.   $59,500.   Phone . ,  8862137. STFN *B  Half acre lot in Roberts Creek  omerof Joe and Lower. 886-7770 '"���  S49.5O0 '"."'  THRIVING COUNTRY GROCERY  STORE in Central Alberta. Clean  operation with a gross of $284,000.00  Private sale. Phone (403) 688-3779 or  (403) 688-3877 after 6 p.m. NO  IF YOU ENJOY GARDENING, do it  year round, using an aluminum and  glass greenhouse! Write for free  brochure to: B.C. Greenhouse  Builders, 7423 Hedley Avenue, Burnaby, B.C. V3E 2R1. Mail orders now  available. Phone 433-4220. #30  DONOVAN LOO HOMES, LOG  HOMES AND CABINS, complete  Design Service, for brochure write  Box 777, 100 Mile House, B.C. VOK  2EO. Phone 395-2867,'393-3811, or  397-2733. *30  DIESEL GENERATORS. Brand new  diesel generators all automatic, electric start and In stock at the following  prices 12 KW - $5,990.00. 48 KW  $11,975.00. F.O.B. Vancouver. Phone  278-5223. #30  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 374-3566. TFN  ppooertu  73' x 130' 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  new 4 bedroom, 2100 sq. ft. 3-storey  cedar Home on large lot bordering  elementary school playground at end  of popular lane, cul-de-sac. Has huge  kitchen and living room, master  bedroom with walk-in closet and  balcony, built-in intercom system,  finished basement and fully carpeted.  Asking $140,000. Call 872-8044 or  943-9791. #30  Lrg. flat lot, 60 x 100, In residential  Gibsons. Possible view. Hydro and  sew. Beau, beach at end of St. $44,000.  886-8332 after 6 p.m. #32  Lot for sale. Partial view with expanding view, S. W. exposure, 1/3 acre in  Selma Park, private sale. $31,900.  886-7993. #32  Irvines Landing, 14 ac. view Lot,  treed, serviced, one tested, near lakes  A marinas, good ocean fishing,  $49,300.986-4637 or 183-9403 wknds.  #33  ROBERTS CREEK  3 Beautifully Treed Lots  on the Gorgeous South Slope  at Lower Road and Metcalfe  2 >A acre lots at $44,000 each  r  1 Vi acre lot with 950 sq. foot home  fully landscaped with swimming pool  black topped driveway $79,500  Just a Step to the Beach  From all Three  I open to offers  To View call 885-2873 or 885-3470  & leave message  ^  3 Bedroom Home  +1X?1*      1 tOO sq. ft. with Carport  $46,900.  in  ��      Built on your lot,  including Fridge, Stove, Dishwasher  and Light Fixtures  WEKO Construction Ltd.  Box 888,  Sechelt  885-2525 (eves.)  886-2344 (days)  PRIVATE SALE  ROBERTS CREEK  WITH CLEARING - A SEA VIEWI  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.  MACAULAY NICOLLS  MAITLAND & CO. LTD.  [Ir  SUMMER   RETREAT  Beachfront Property,- Endangered species. One of a kind.  Fabulous 1.91 acre lot in ROBERTS CREEK on the  Sunshine Coast. Includes 3 cabins & 1A Frame plus all the  sunshine & relaxation you want. Approx. gross revenue  from cabins is $6,7p0 per/ann. Priced at $275,000. For  further details call DON MATHESON at 112-731-0413 or  112-731-4509.  Legal  Village of Gibsons  Public  Notice  Dated this 17th day of July, 1981  at Gibsons, B.C.  Take notice that pursuant to By-Law No. 400 cited  as "Sewer Improvements Loan Authorization By-  Law No. 400" the Council of the Village ol Gibsons  intends to construct sewer utility extension to the  Stewart Road 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 One Hundred and  Fifty-Five Thousand Dollars ($155,000.00) 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 lessthan one-  twentieth in number of the electors petition the  Council for the submission of the said by-law for  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.  J.W. Copland  ADMINISTRATOR 24  Coast News, July 28,1981  Travel Canada  Seaside in Nova Scotia  h\ \ alorii' Kav moml  Nova Scotia, a province of  shipbuilding and shipwrecks.  of fishing villages and sandy  beaches, of lobster dinners,  clam chowder, schooner racing  and deep-sea fishing, is steeped  in ��� and proud of -- its  maritime way of life.  Almost totally surrounded  by the sea. and with no  community more than 56 km  (35 milesl Irom the coasl, the  province's seafaring heritage  dates back to the discovery ol  Cape Breton Island by John  Cabot in I497 The era of  fishermen, manners and sea  merchants had begun.  Five centuries later, the sea  and its rich bounty continue to  shape Ihe history and economy  of the province and the livestyle  of its people. This summer  Nova Scotia will pay special  tribute lo the sea by hosting a  province-wide 'sea' lebration.  Feature attractions of this  Seaside Spectacular will be  lobster boils and clam bakes,  harbour lours in sailing  schooners, dory races and  seaside festivals and, of course,  endless stretches of sandy  beaches and scenic ocean  drives.  For seafood lovers there will  be culinary treats galore.  Locals boast you'll eat the  world's best clams at the  Economy Clam Festival, Aug.  7-9. For scallop aficionados, a  visit to Digby - reputed to be  the scallop capital of the world  - during the Aug. 7-9 Scallop  Days festival will include  scallop-shucking and filleting  demonstrations and all the  Nova Scotia scallops you can  eat.  One of the province's largest  and best known festivals is the  annual Nova Scotia Fisheries  Exhibition and Fishermen's  Reunion in Lunenburg. Attrac  ting more than 60,000 visitors  in I980. this year's six-day  event gets underway Sept. 7.  Highlights include a 90-float  parade, dory races across  Lunenburg Harbour, net-  mending and scallop-shucking  contests and nightly entertainment at the Squid Jigger Pub.  The festival winds up with the  annual Seamen's Service, a  time for Nova Scotians to  relied on the hazards of being a  fisherman and on the importance of the fishing industry to  their province.  While in Lunenburg, visit  Canada's only floating fisheries  museum foran in-depth look at  Nova Scotia's maritime heritage. Ihe Fisheries Museum of  the Atlantic offers a detailed  history of the days of "wooden  ships and iron men" and a  chance to go aboard the  museum's three floating vessels: The Theresa E. Connor,  last of the great dory schooners; the Reo II, a rum-running  vessel from the prohibition era;  and the Cape North, first of the  successful fresh fishdraggcrsof  the post Second World War  era.  The town of Lunenburg has  acquired fame beyond its size  as home of the Bluenose,  Canada's most famous sailing  schooner. This year marks the  60th anniversary of the original  Bluenose, which sailed for the  last time in 1946. As a tribute to  her sailing feats - she never  once relinquished the International Fishermen's Trophy  during her 20-year racing  career - her image has long  been imprinted on the Canadian 10-cent coin, the dime.  Bluenose II, an exact replica  of the original schooner, is  almost as well known across  Canada as her predecessor. As  Nova Scotia's sailing ambassador, she stops in at the  province's ports and partici  pates in special events. Last  summer she sailed to Boston to  help the city celebrate its ,150th  anniversary. This year she'll  cruise Nova Scotia waters  offering daily summer tours of  Halifax Harbour.  Perhaps the best way to  experience Nova Scotia's marine heritage is simply to drive-  along one of its scenic routes.  There are nine designated  travel trails, each different in  scenery, history and lifestyle,  and all coming in contact with a  portionof the province's 6 920  km (4,300-mile) coastline.  Most famous of the scenic  routes is the majestic Cabot  Trail, circling the highlands of  northern Cape Breton Island  and revealing breathtaking  seascapes from a highway that  soars as high as 366 m (1.200  feet) above sea level.  Symbolizing the long relationship Nova Scotians have  had with the sea are the 25  lighthouses found along the  Lighthouse Route. Highway 3,  from Halifax to Yarmouth.  For two-and-a-half centuries  they have flashed their warning  lights to fishermen and sea  merchants, protecting many  from the rough Atlantic seas  and treacherous fog. Once  fueled by whale oil and tended  around the clock, today's  lighthouses are more sophisticated, but their vital role  remains.  The province's best known  lighthouse is at Peggy's Cove.  Set against a rugged seascape  of barren rock and surging  waves, it is reputed to be the  most photographed lighthouse  in Canada. It also has the  distinction of being the only  Canadian lighthouse in which a  post office is operated.  The ruins of Canada's first -  and North America's second ���  lighthouse can still be seen near  the existing lighthouse on the  ��� Vane Parnall Pholo  . The difficult task of choosing the young lady with the greatest number of desirable attributes went  to Sea Cavalcade Queen Pageant ' tl judges, at Elphinstone Secondary School, Friday night.  From left are: Helen Welnhandl, Bob Lambert, Marion Alsager, Andy Maragos and head judge,  Jennifer Thompson.  The Giant Panda  Nature Note!-  by Vickl deBoer  I recently saw film footage  of the birth of a baby Giant  Panda. I was amazed at the  small size of the baby. The  mother, Ying-Ying, weighs  just over 270 lbs. and the  baby, when born was  estimated to weigh only 3 ozs!  It was born blind and hairless  and resembled a small tailess  puppy rather than a bear.  Ying-Ying lives in a zoo in  Mexico and she is the first  Giant Panda to breed and give  birth in captivity in the  western world. She gave birth  in August of last year, but it is  believed she was bothered by  the many visitors who came to  see her baby and she crushed  the little one when he was only  eight days old. She gave birth  again July 21 and this time,  zoo officials are taking no  chances and she will be  isolated for six months.  Pandas are classed in a  family of their own as they are  in-between a bear and a raccoon. The Giant Panda is the  most well-known with its  distinct black and white markings and cuddly appearancce.  They  come  from  the cold.  damp bamboo forests on the  hillsides of eastern Tibet and  Szechwan in southwest China.  Very little is known about  their habits in the wild. The  first live Giant Panda was not  seen outside of China till 1937.  It did not take long for the  Panda Bear craze to take hold  as their comical lumbering appearance and their playful  nature struck the hearts of the  western world.  MrTfa  m,  ii!***"�����-'������;" -,-J ���'.. ,''  as  :.  3t  eastern arm of Louisbourg  Harbour. Built by the French  in 1731. it was designed to help  guide supply ships and man-o-  war battleships to the massive  Louisbourg fortress.  The oldest lighthouse still in  use in North America is  believed to be the Sambro  Light built in 1758. Today it  beams out 38.6 km (24 miles)  across Halifax Harbour using  an airport rotating beacon.  Not all mariners survived  Nova Scotia's rocky shoals.  More than 3.000 shipwrecks  have been recorded, some  dating back several hundred  years. One was Ihe 18th century  French naval ship carrying  gold and silver coins discovered  off the coasl of Louisbourg in  1965. these "treasure" ships,  combined with very clear water  in late summer and fall, make  Nova Scotia waters a diver's  paradise.  Deep-sea fishing is another  popular attraction with dozens  of charter boat operators  offering day-long excursions.  The big news this year is that  the huge bluefin tuna - which  virtually disappeared from  Nova Scotia waters during the  1970s -- have returned to St.  (ieorge's Bay. Average weight  ol the mighty bluefins caught in  1980 was close to 408 kg (900  pounds).  If it's a seaside beach you're  pining for. Nova Scotia offers  over 150 of them for sunbathing, swiming. clam-digging  and skin diving. For sun  worshipers, the province boasts  ihe warmest saltwater north of  the Carolinas. Follow the  Sunrise Trail along the Northumberland Shore and soak up  the sun at one of 38 warm water  beaches. For beachcombers,  the waves of the North Atlantic  wash ashore a fresh supply of  deep-sea treasures each morn-  ins; '0 beaches with names as  intriguing as Clam Harbour  and Smuggler's Cove.  Watching the ebb and flow  of tides is another favourite  pastime in Nova Scotia. The  highest tides in the world - the  mighty tides on the Bay of  lundy - can vary by as much  as 15 m (50 feet). For the best  view, head out to Burncoat  Head on the (ilooscap Trail  when the moon is full and the  tides arc high.  From the Attic  Meerschaum pipes  Giant Pandas are main.y  vegetarian and their skull is  adapted to chewing fibrous  bamboo shoots. The cheek  teeth are broad and the skull is  deep with prominent ridges for  the attachment of strong  chewing muscles. Their main  diet is bamboo shoots but they  also eat grasses, gentians,  irises and crocuses. They will  eat a little meat in the form of  small rodents, birds and fish.  The actual status of the  Giant Panda in the wild is  unknown, but it is feared they  are endangered by loss of  habitat and past hunting. They  are now protected from  hunters in China but it is felt  their best hope for survival lies  in successful breeding of captive animals. So far this has  not been too successful but  maybe Ying-Ying's new baby  will be the start of a successful  breeding program to save the  Giant Panda from total extinction.  This column is to share  Nature Lore, if you have information to share or questions, call 886-8029.  by Helene Wallinder  How meerschaum, the  scientific name for which is  hydrous magnesia silicate, was  formed is not positively  known. Theories, myths and  uncertainty are all I have been  able to uncover. One theory is  that meerschaum is composed  of the remains of prehistoric  shell fish compressed into  solid lumps by burial under a  hundred feet of ground after  earthquakes or other shifts in  the earth's surface pushed  land up in areas in which there  had been a sea or large river.  Most authorities say that the  mineral's origin is uncertain.  The name meerschaum is  German for sea foam. One explanation for the name is that  meerschaum is so light in  weight that it resembles the  solidified foam of a wave.  The first pipes were made by  a carver in Budapest named  Kovacs in 1723 after a  Hungarian nobleman brought  home some meerschaum from  a trip to Turkey. Some  authorities question this and  claims have been made that  the first pipes had been made  in Turkey or elsewhere in  Europe before the 18th century. Turkey was carving  beads and small statues for  centuries before meerschaum  became a pipe-making  material. After 1720  meerschaum was only used for  pipes, holders for cigars and  cigarettes and the centre of  their manufacture was Vienna,  which had a monopoly on the  manufacture for more than a  century. In 1850 meerschaums  were being made in Paris and  by the end of the century were  being made in Germany and  elsewhere.  Meerschaums are still made  in Vienna today and  meerschaum fanciers think  this is where the best ones are  made. The Austrian  meerschaums are unsurpassed  in workmanship, although  Turkey and Tanzania produce  more pipes. The discovery and  exploitation of meerschaum  deposits in Tanzania is quite  recent and I am told as late as  the 1950s. Tanzania does not  do the carved heads, etc., but  makes a good plain pipe for  smoking at around $35.00.  Some of the best pipes were  made also in Turkey, but my  sources say some of the worst  come from Turkey for export  and aren't even good enough  for smoking, let alone collecting. Meerschaum blocks are  exported to pipe makers in  Britain and the U.S.  Several firms in the U.S.  make meerschaums and the  largest and best known is  Pioneer in New York who import from both Turkey and  Africa.  Although not popular today, some of the old cigar  holders from the late 19th and  20th centuries resemble small  pipes and are mistaken for  pipes.  Calabashes (Sherlock  Holmes) are made from a  hollowed gourd fitted with a  removable meerschaum cup  for a bowl. The gourds are  grown   in   South   Africa  especially for pipe making.  New pipes are now $35.00 to  $60.00 depending on size and  quality.  Briar pipes with  meerschaum linings are running $15.00 to $25.00 and these  inserts allow manufacturers to  salvage pipes that would  otherwise be discarded.  Pressed meerschaum is  made from dust and chips  after production of block  meerschaum. Various  materials are used for binding  and there is many a difference  of opinion as to the quality of  the pressed pipes.  Evaluation of a  meerschaum is not easy. You  must look at as many pipes as  possible and try to develop a  "feel" for quality. One clue is  whether the connecting screw  between the shank and the  mouthpiece is made of bone,  teflon or metal. Metal screws  are used only in the cheapest  quality pipes and usually in the  pressed ones. Manufacturers  have now switched to teflon  screws. Weight is an indicator  of quality. The best block  meerschaum is amazingly  light. Low qualityh block or  pressed are heavy. Design  quality varies. Eagle claw is a  popular motif, depicting an  egg clutched in talons. Current  prices of an Austrian Eagle  Claw runs from $200 -$300  depending on size. Turkish  eagle claw meerschaums are  available for about $45.00.  Quality of finish -meerschaum  is difficult to polish and you  can see poor workmanship on  the inexpensive pipes.  Condition is important -  A few scratches on an old pipe  that has been smoked quite a  bit is unavbidable. If a talon is  broken off an eagle claw, this  destroys the value as a collectible. Pipes in need of repair are  frequent and must be left to  experts. This is not an expensive matter. Loosening of the  bone screw that connects the  mouthpiece to the pipe is a  common problem. Re-  cementing the screw usually  works unless the screw is completely worn and a new screw  will usually cost $5 - $6. A new  mouthpiece of bakelite will  cost $8 - $10 depending on fitting. If you have to have a new  mouthpiece made to match  your pipe, you can expect to  pay a higher price than if you  find a piece to fit that is  already made. Real amber is  very expensive and difficult to  work. The cost is 4/5 times as  much as bakelite. Sometimes a  mouthpiece can be shortened  or reshaped.  Chibouk style meerschaums  were usually fitted with a long  cherry-wood stem with a  mouthpiece made from horn.  These can be replaced for  about $8 - $10.  During the same period that  meerschaum manufacture was  spreading beyond Vienna,  briar was introduced as a pipe-  making material. Not as  fragile as meerschaum and  better suited to mass production, briar has overshadowed  meerschaum in popularity.  Meerschaum, however, is still  popular and sought after by  smokers and collectors.  '^iiSiil^pP ill  !iJli;!ilil!|ijj|||iilil!iililiiiiliiiMil "  '<!%<  vV   i   All! Ill  k  NAME.  ADDRESS .  CITY   ^PROVINCE.  . CODE  Swanson's  L & H Swanson Ltd.  sand. Brauel  DUMP TRUCKS  Box 172. Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0     885-5333  885-9305  CAMpbell'*  PRESCRIPTION*  SERVICE  MADEIRA  FAMILY SHOES  and  LEATHER GOODS  "IN THE HEART OF  DOWNTOWN  SECHELT" I  ^^^^^^^^ Deadline 12:00 Noon Fridays  12:00 Noon Saturday ^Classifieds should be prepaid and pre-written  PHARRIAGV  883-9414  ^PENDER HARBOUR CENTER  MADEIRA PARK  Your friendly neighbourhood drop-off  points for BOACf 111!  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It Is located oa the foredeck of the Imperial Totlao, which, thoagh oae of the  world's smallest tankers still carries 276,000 gallons of fuel. The tanker, always a pktaresqiw visitor oa Ihe coast was docked  at Gibsons Wharf last Saturday. '  lifiCT  ������>�����* *  \-  41 |B       *^V  ���'*����������� "NaUwi.j,  reaching the pp>  unreached...  1981 International Year of Disabled Persons  Parking congestion In lower Gibsons will see the enforcement of a new parking by-law.  ���fl**  ��*  iW  SO'  ,->��*  He***'  SI���-"  SIS'  nA.se**  \Mrtav<  888-T61*  BLOOD  DONOR  CLINIC  GIBSONS  Thursday   Elphinstone  July 30   %?$���  Bring a friend!  pS*BL  ES  Sc/,,  00/ $  *��-U  Gow(  ry  'erpy  <3/6;  Son,  ��>cre4  '���sons  '0/  -^  ****  G/&  ������.  'sons  '^70  1  a"o/>,&  ���1  I'll  ��� Vtrw Pirrwll Photo 26  Coast News, July 28,1981  Overlooking Hslfmoon Bay from Coopers Green.  ��� Bradley J Benson Pholo  Illegal suites being rented    Gibsons housing shortage critical  Recognizing that many people rent "illegal suites" in private  homes in Gibsons to meet the high demand for rental and low  cost housing, Gibsons council again discussed the critical accommodation shortage at last Monday's planning meeting but decided to await written recommendations from planner Rob Buchan  before taking any concrete steps to meet the problem.  After placing a moratorium on the conversion of existing rental suites into strata-titled housing in May, council is still faced  with the lack of new rental units being built in Gibsons.  Recent provincial government guidelines to relax the National  Building Code to facilitate the conversion of existing buildings  into rental units and MURB grants for builders of apartments  and rental duplexes are steps being taken provincially to assist  municipalities to meet the shortage.  "If we legalize existing suites, since people are doing it  anyway, we can collect user rates for two families on sewer and  water rather than one for a private home and that would be to  the village's advantage," Mayor Lorraine Goddard stated.  "There will be some situations where parking will become a  problem and people will have to provide adequate off-street  parking spaces. At least we will have some control over the condition of the units, and the number and location of multi-family  dwellings in the village."  Buchan will consult with the Municipal Building Inspector  Ralph Jones as to the type of conversion requirements that will  be enforced in the village and will present his report regarding  rental accommodation requirements to council at the next planning meeting in August.  year.  *  ^j.   Everything  SALE  &  /A  Helen's  jT iFashion Shoppe) ��V  *        !fV        Lower Gibsons        -^      *  Meanwhile, council agreed with Buchan's suggestion that a  text amendment to Zoning By-law No.350 legalizing existing  duplexes along Marine Drive should be approved.  The amendment would allow duplexes in the R3 zone along  Marine Drive to become legal, although the lots are only 6,000  square feet in size rather than the required 8,000 square feet.  Council encouraged plans for a multi-family housing proposal  by Jon McRae and architect Kevin Ryan near the Ritz Motel.  Rob Buchan supported plans for strata-titled apartments, rather  than an apartment complex, saying that type of lower-priced  housing was needed in the lower village and that an attractively-  planned complex near the future Municipal Marina site would  appeal to residents.  Plans to rebuildthe existing Ritz Motel were also discussed, to  replace the present "old and unsightly" units with a modern  motel of about 20 units.  McRae informed council that four separate existing units of  the motel are presently being rented on a monthly basis and that  plans to rebuild are "for the future, when it becomes feasible".  An application by Janice Lloyd, potential buyer of Marina  House on Marine Drive was discussed, when she approached  council with a proposal to convert the building from the existing  three-plex to a ftve-plex.  The building is presently zoned C-D A according to a zoning  regulation passed in 1973 to protect strip zoning of the waterfront, meaning each site is assessed for development individually. Lloyd pointed out to council that conversion of existing older  buildings into rental units, especially those with some historical  value, such as Marina House, might be considered by council as  a sensible approach to coping with the present rental shortage.  Council indicated that the present lot size would only support  four units and that re-zoning of the building to permit conversion to more apartment units would not be done on speculation  of a purchaser for possible plans for the building.  Puckett resigns  In a surprise move, Gary Puckett resigned as president of the  Gibsons Harbour Businessmen's Association (GHBA) Thursday, giving as his reasons "bad-mouthing from people" and  "being accused of running a one-man show".  At the regular meeting of the association, which was held to  discuss plans for the new downtown revitalization program,  Puckett told members that if his presence would interfere with  plans to bring improvements to lower Gibsons businesses and  prevent people from working together, he would prefer to step  down rather than feel he was getting in the way.  "This project is very important to me, and it is essential that  people feel they can work together on it. I have been accused of  being the only one doing things and making all the decisions. I  don't want to feel that I am standing in the way of something  that is very important to this whole lower village."  Puckett stated that he had been criticised for the way he ran  Sea Cavalcade 1980 last year, which ended with a $2,000 deficit.  "People don't realize it was the service clubs that let people  down last year, by not pledging their usual support. I stepped in  because I wanted to help and I got burned from that experience.  Believe me, I will never do it again."  GHBA vice president Graham Edney will serve as president  until a new election of officers is called, Puckett said.  tlosaoms of the Foxglove have now climbed their stems and  will be gone in another week. One of our most beautiful and  profuse wild flowers, they have been particularly noticeable this  ��� Bradloy J Benson Pholo  Gold Chain  SALE  The Gold Price Is low now,  and IN ADDITION to our  specially low purchase price,  we offer  ��5% off  All Gold Chains  on display in our store  I  ������:<���  ���  *��J��ft  ft  *���* Sr M��LL Gl��=*��  Pender seeks  incorporation  Director of Area A Joe Harrison expressed his surprise at the  regional board meeting last Thursday when a comment was  made after adjournment that Pender Harbour was seeking incorporation.  "I'm not surprised," said Mack McCutcheon, one of those  who is spearheading the movement,"He doesn't seem to know a  lot of what the area residents want or need."  McCutcheon, a member of the Pender Harbour Chamber of  Commerce, told the Coast News that he had received an information package from the Ministry of Municipal Affairs on how  to go about getting Pender Harbour incorporated.  "We were in the preliminary stages of applying for the status  of incorporation when the Ministry sprung the restructuring of  the Sunshine Coast local government idea on us. We have decided to wait until the minister comes for the meeting on July 30,"  said McCutcheon.  He told the Coast News that after the meeting, which is to  outline the method and give facts to local politicians on the  Ministry's view of restructuring, that the Pender Harbour committee would look into the possibility of becoming an improvement district, an incorporation, or a part of the central  municipality.  When asked why the step toward incorporation had been  taken, McCutcheon said, "We have a few facts and figures that  explain this. Area A has 14.5% of the population on the Sunshine Coast and we make up 16.5��7o of the annual budget of the  SCRD. We couldn't see what we were getting out of the deal.  We want to be masters of our own destiny. We believe we have  poor representation on the board in the form of Joe Harrison.  He opted Area A out in the decision to join the Economic  Development Commission. A commission that local merchants  had put their money into. There is also an isolationist attitude  towards Pender Harbour. We exist, we have a community here  that wants to thrive."  ATTENTION  Ladies & Homeowners  Watch for the  GREAT  tme  fifcrffl  OPENING SPECIALS  Look lor next wort's Coast Now*   ford-stalls.  Smmfi  en ffc ffUue  ������������  >  EASY SOUND  STEREO CASSETTE  Talkline ���  Dual Headphone Jacks ���  Battery Operated ���  Tone Switch ���  Reg. *249.00  NOWM89.00  MpioneerSK-31 PORTABLE  AM-FM CASSETTE  ��� 4 Way Speaker System  ��� Oil Damped Door  ��� Song Finder  ��� Memory  ��� Separate Base and Treble  ��349."  W  estwurld  Sound Centres  Serhelc 885-3313   Not lo the Bank of Montrc-al  DON'T  WORRY  IF TRANSPORTATION  BECOMES A PROBLEM  TYEEAIR HAS THE SOLUTION  Excursion Rates on daily Return Flights  to Downtown Vancouver  and Downtown Nanaimo  Scheduled Flights serving the entire Sunshine Coast  CHARTERS TO ANYWHERE  SUMMER SCHEDULE  TO VANCOUVER  TO NANAIMO  FLIGHT NO. TIME  201 07:30  203 11:45  205 13:15  207 (Friday Only) 18:00  FROM NANAIMO  FLIQHT NO. TIME  202 08:00  204 12:30  208 18:00  208 Friday Or* 18:30  TO POWELL RIVER  FLIGHT NO. TIME  903 08:30  90S 13:15  907 16:30  TIME  07-25  FLIGHT NO.  101  103 ���   105 11:45  107 14:15  109 15:16  111 19-00  PROM VANCOUVER  FLIGHT NO. TIME  102 09-00  104 10:30  109 12:30  109 14:45  110 16-00  112 16:30  FROM POWELL RIVER FOR INFORMATION  FLIQHT NO.    TIME PHONE  904/103 osis    SECHELT-885-2214  aaa-107 t-us    VANCOUVER ��� 689-8851  NANAIMO ��� 763-2041  908/111 1715    pov/ELL RIVER ��� 485-9223  Further Schedules to Jervls Inlet, Salmon Inlet. Narrows Inlet,  Pender Harbour Now 3 Flights Daily Except Sunday.  Effective March 30th, 1991  Paeeertgera are requested to check-In 30 minutes prior  to lllght timet  Look After Your  Sea Cavalcade Guests  Queen Size Chesterfield Sleeper  Beige with Contrasting Stripes  Reg. $695.����  SEA CAVALCADE SPECIAL  ��575.oo    SAVE-120.00  Front Room  Queen Size Sleeper 1 Swivel Rocker  Comfortable and Relaxing to sit In  Great to Sleep In  Floral Pattern, Light Colour Background  Reg. $1,595."  SEA CAVALCADE SPECIAL  M.275.00        SAVE OVER '300. ������  THE FLIP-FLOP CHAIR-BED  From a Love Seat to a  Double Size Bed with a  Flick of the Wrist  Light - Easy to Move from room to room  Great for guests on this  Sea Cavalcade Weekend  Reg. $179."  SEA CAVALCADE SPECIAL  ��144.00  We at Fernwood Furniture wish Gibsons  well In their Annual Sea Cavalcadce Celebrations  CpGTOWOOd  'cpurmture  Cowrie St. Sechelt  885-2542  Sunshine Coast Realtor. July 31, 1981  rt  Alexander Realty Ltd.  P.O. Box 153, Madeira Park,  883-2491 or 883-2212        B.C. VON 2H0  Luxury Townhomes in Secret Cove  ��� Fully Detached  ��� 1600 sq. ft. at living apace  * 3 Bedrooms  * Fireplaces  Open House  Friday Jaly 31  6-9 p.a.  San-day Aagaat 1  1 - 4 p.*.  ��� Sundecks  ��� Panoramic Views  ��� Boat moorage available.  ���Meed Am S17S,tt��.  SECHELT VILLAGE ��� FRASER PROPER-  TY: Rockledge is the name of this stalely home  situated on low bank Waterfront with a private  cove and pebble beach. Less than5minute 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. BY APPOINTMENT ONLY .  MADEIRA PARK: Next lo Coho Marina. 180' WHAT A VIEW!! A rare 200' waterfronl home  deep water moorage. Two bedroom home wilh witn 2 BR ill Bargain Harbour. Direci access  guest cottage. Large storage building-35'k 35'. Imm   Francis   Peninsula   Road  with  good  1.5 acres..,Foreshore Lease. moorageandaspectacularviewofallof Bargain  Harbour. Approx. :.. acre, $220,000  TAYLORS   GARDEN   BAY  STORE  & 180 FT. WATERFRONT - DEEP WATER  MARINA: is a well known and long established MOORAGE - FRANCIS PENINSULA: 1.2  business located in Garden Bay. Store, Marina acres     zone commercial.  Frontage on two  Gas pumps, boat facilities and other extras. roads. Excellent potential. $270,000.  LAGOON ROAD: Madeira Park 1.10 acres  tidal waterfront. Close lo school & shopping.  Well kept three bedroom home. Beautifully  landscaped, a gardener's dream.  MADEIRA PARK - ONE ACRE LOT WITH  VIEW: Gentle slope, frontage on 2 roads,  subdivision potential. Priced al $59,900.  DL 6989 NELSON ISLAND: 2.6 acres.  furnished house near Telescope Pass. Over 300'  waterfront, Gov't lease. Excellent fishing, Full  Price $45,000  GARDEN BAY: Excellent building lot. One o!  the finest views in this area. Subdivision  potential.  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.  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-/.-,%, Appliances included. Priced  in the 90's.  GARDEN BAY AREA; Indian Reserve ft 19  Lot 19 & 20. Approximately I, acre of land.  Large foreshore lease. Extellent moorage ramp  & docks in. Property approved lor building.  $90,000  CORTEZ ISLAND - LOT I, DL 861: 14.3  acres, 1800 feel level W/F with pebble beach.  Lots of gravel on property. Located in Squirrel  Cove adjoining the government dock. $180,000  BEAUTIFUL FISHER ISLAND AT ENTRANCE TO LEE BAY, (District Lot 4064):  has spectacular exposure and excellent deep  water moorage with dock and small building.  Salmon in your back yard. $160,000.  WILSON CREEK ��� FIELD ROAD: Level  building lot, 65 ft. x 130 ft., in a popular area.  Priced at $39,900  FRANCIS PENINSULA - RONDEVIEW  RD: A picture book setting of flower beds,  shrubs, fruit Irees and vegetable gardens. Enjoy  2160 sq. ft. of living area on 2 floors. 3bedrms, 2  bathrooms, wrap around sundecks, and top  quality finishing touches throughout. This  immaculate home is a pleasure to view and it)  own.  OTHER AREAS  GABRIOLA ISLAND - SILVA BAY: 1100'  fl level WOterfronl with protected moorage,  plus 23 beautiful acres all in its natural stale.  Road access, powflt & water on the properly  [deal setting lor a very private rot real  25 ACRES & 3,000 SQ. FT. LOG HOME:  Pemberton, l< mile river frontage. Superb  mountain views Properly cleared and in  pasture Ideal for landing strip, Home is 1st class  throughout. Very private,  c  Art Alexander  883-2491  Vadirn Kobasew  885-3156  J  Block Bros. Realty Ltd.  203 - 14th Street, West Vancouver, B.C. V7T 2P9  922-3911  LIGHT INDUSTRIAL ��� GIBSONS  Located alongside of the main highway through  Gibsons, this light industrial zoned property Is In  a prime location. The property consists of a 95 x  150 ft. lot with BOS sq, h. of office area and an  2600 sq. ft. adjoining quonset hut. The property  Is currently being rented. Listed at 1150,000  197,500. ��� POINT ROAD  Enjoy the panoramic view of Howe Sound from  this completely renovated 3 bedroom home.  Located in Hopkins Landing, this property  would be Ideal for the commuter. All appliances  are included In the sale.  RARE WATERFRONT PROPERTY ���-  PENDER HARBOUR  This beautiful property 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 & walk-in his & her  closets. The kitchen is equipped with numerous  extras which include a Jennaire 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.  GRACIOUS COUNTRY LIVING  This beautiful split level 3 bedroom post and  beam home is located on 414 acre-�� 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 and  opportunity to view please call,  WILSON CREEK  Large subdividable corner lot with sewage  disposal permit. This property is duplex zoned  and cbse to beach.  RECREATIONAL PROPERTY  lii a park'like setting on beautiful Garden Bay  Lake approx. 14 acre with 190ft, of lakefrontage,  Hydro & water on property. Asking $25,000.  NEAR NEW - 1 YEAR OLD HOME  Centrally   located  in  Gibsons,   within  easy  walking distance lo all local amenities. Situated  on a quiet cut de-sac in a new subdivision, this'  affordable three bedroom 1240 sq. It. home  fealurcs energy efficient thermopane windows,  wall lo wall carpets and built-in dishwasher.  Priced at only $96,500.  3 BEDROOMS AND A VIEW -  WILSON CREEK  Enjoy the view ol Georgia Slraight 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 heal is supplemented by an energy  efficient wood burning slove. Priced at  $119,500  SANDY HOOK VIEW PROPERTY  This 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  ���This large (o.77Ac) tot has 102 ft. of southerly  exposure on tranquil North Lake. This is a lease  lot with 11 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.  Vendot open lo offers.  ik*tk  3 BEDROOM RANCHER ��� GIBSONS  This charming near new home is ideally located  for ihe young family, ft block Irom school, on a  cut-de-sac and with a $50,000 1316% assumable  1st mortgage due 1985. Features Include: wall  to wall carpets, double pane storm windows,  ensuite plumbing with walk in closet, carport  wilh attached workshop, landscaping, centrally  located with shopping and transportation  nearby. Priced at $97,500.  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  properly is a 900sq. ft. mobile which iscurrently  rented. There is ample parking and plenty of  room for expansion. Here is an opportunity to  receive a return in excess ol 17",, on your  investment, Financial Statements are available  to qualified purchaser. List Price $427,500.  Harold Jacques  Bruce McKinnon  DAVIS BAY  Ideal starter or relirement home. This  renovated 1141 sq. fl. 2 bedroom home is  locaied on a large corner lol. The property may  be subdivided into two separate lots, one with a  beautiful ocean view, The home is situated  among* 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 ai 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.  Approxmately 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 % years 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.  885-9023  H-499-766  Mobile Phone Sechelt V  Sunshine Coast Realtor, July 31,1981  Box 100  Madeira Park,  B.C.  883-2233  Olli Sladey I  REALTY  LTD. >  Toll Free From |  Vancouver:  689-7623  Member of Multiple lining Sonic*  1   HOMES    j        | WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE |  2 B.R. HOME - $49,500. Carpenter:  special or starter home? This small home in  Madeira Park has been partially remodelled, but  there's still plenty to do. That't why the price is  in affordable $49,500.  MADEIRA PARK -- 3 BR rancher, approx,  1.28" sq. fl. with attached carport. 1!';  bathrooms. Located on \ acre lot on Lagoon  Road. Just a short walk to shopping centre  .school & post office, $120,000   LOTS 21 - Elliot Road, Garden Bay Lake.  Large recreational lot, treed, driveway & 2  campsites cleared. 300i ft. from good  swimming on Garden Bay Lake. $37,900.  LOTS 66 & 67 - Garden Bay Estates.  These are the 2 best view lots left in Pender  Harbour's finest subdivision. Both have  good harbour views and south-westerly  exposure. Lot 66 has a driveway and a  cleared building site. Lot 67 has a septic tank  and drainfield already installed. $53,500  each.  3. LOT 16 - Pender Lake Properties - large  view lot with 148+ ft. frontage on Hotel Lake  Road.   Serviced  with   hydro  &  water.  Southerly exposure. $35,900  4. 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.  5. LOT 61 ��� Panorama Drive, Garden Bay  Estates. One of the best tots in this choice  subdivision $47,500.  6. LOT 20 - Deller Road, Garden Bay. Large  panoramic view lot with level access from  Deller Road. MLS $37,500.  1. LOT 11 ��� Cochrane Road, Building lot - or  could have Mobile Home on lot. $31,000.  EARL COVE AREA:  1. LOT 23 - Cedar Ridge Place - enjoy the  view from this large, nearly level lot wit h very  little clearing required. $32,500.  2. LOT 27 ��� Jervis Inlet Road - large semi-  waterfront recreational bt, 400 ft. from  public beach, camping or building site  cleared. MLS $30,000.  7. GARDEN BAY LAKE AREA - one +  acre lot, fairly level, privacy, drilled well,  hydro. $36,500.  8. LOT 73 - Hotel Lake Road. Choice, large  treed lot In Pender Lake Properties. 138,500.  LOT 35 ��� Ruby Lake ��� 6.8+ nicely treed acres  with large year round creek. Priced to sell at  $45,000.  MIDDLEPOINT -19+ acres with small cabin.  This Is a beautiful property with some timber and  an ocean view. 1145,000.  [[SILVER SANDfi- 15+ acres on Hwy.  silver Sands Creek runs through property])  Merchantable timber, building or camping site]  [[cleared, westerly exposure. $145,000.  K^2JT��<M  5 PENINSULA-4 BR view home,  1,3501 sq. ft., phis basement. Has ensuite  plumbing & finished rec. room. Located on a  very nice one half! acre bt. A good.buy (or  $105,000.  JUNCTION ISLAND - One third interest in  this beautiful 18 acre island located in St.  Vincent Bay, Jervis Inlet. Excellent sheltered  moorage, numerous choice building sites. Only  IS minutes by fast boat from Earls Cove or  Egmont. The price lor this one third interest is  only SI39.500  KLEINDALE ��� 2t acres of some of the nicest  and in the Pender Harbour area. This beautiful  property has lots of trees, lots of level ground  ind several good building sites. Two homes are  permitted on this properly and it could be yours  or $59,500.  BUSINESS AND  EQUIPMENT  IINS ISLAND ��� approx. 26 acre island  with sheltered moorage. Located in False Bay,|  Lasqueti Island. $600,000.  IrOFINO INLET - 49�� acres island in  ���sheltered Island Cove near Long Beach,  IVancouver Island. Many good building sites,  timber, nice cove with beach. An excellent buy  tor $250,000.   j Well established and busy hairdressing business  ��� the only one in Pender Harbour. Located in the  I Pender Harbour Shopping Centre. Good  steady clientele and lots of extra customers with  I the tourist trade in the summer months. Good  I equipment and stock. Please call us for details.  I MLS.  Coast to Coast  Real Estate Service  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149 OLLI or JEAN SLADEY,   883-2233 Sunshine Coast Realtor, July 31,1981  AAmxtmh  Ammmm        REALTY LTD.  SECHELT $35,000  Large level lot close to the arena. All services  except sewer. Good location. Call Terry  Brackett at 885 9865 or Don or Rene  Sutherland at 885-9362. #629  HALFMOON BAY $45,000  One acre lot with some view overlook���  Halfmoon Bay. Water, cable, hydro and phone  available. Some timber. Call Terry Brackett at  885-9665 #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 8839382. *696  BUILDING IN THE FUTURE?  1/3 acre In Welcome Woods. Perfect for the  couple who plan to buiid 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. *5W  HALFMOON BAY 149,000.  Over V> acre of trees and view. Very private lot  with water and power at property edge. This lot,  Includes a part interest in a waterfront property.  MLS. Call Gayle Adams at 883-9364 for  details. '70S  LOW LOW PRICED MLS  Sloping view lot on Deerhorn Drive In Sandy  Hook. Assumable agreement for sale of approximately $12,200 at 14% due November. 1983.  S35.900 Call Bronia Robins al 8859033.  ��718  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS 143,800  This property is ready to be built on. Has all services. '/2 block from the beach. Quiet and quaint  neighbourhood. Call Barbara MacGregor  886-9741 or Terry Bracken 885-9865. '698  CARE TO CHOOSE  YOUR OWN NEIGHBOUR??  Come and see these two extra large side by side  lots. Magnificent cedars, privacy. All this and  convenient to stores and marina. All this for  ���35,000. each. MLS. Call Gayle Adams at  883-9364. '691  A BUILDER'S DREAM  For 145,000 you can own a 'No Problem' lol in  Welcome Woods. The properly is level, nicely  treed, and would be a delight to build on. Call  Bronia Robins at 8859033. '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  8859857 or Gayle Adams 8839364 now. ��687  OVER !i 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  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  $110,900for package. Call Emilie Henderson at  8855225. #609  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  CHERYL-ANNE  A LOWER ROBERTS CREEK 147.500  Sunny central Roberts Creek potential v.ew lot.  South slope has dogwood trees & Is only a few  minutes walk from a really fine beach. Check  the price 8i compare. For more Info call Randy  Wollen 8855623 or Gibsons Office 8868126.  ���207  VILLAGE VIEW 148.500  Fantastic view lot. close to wharf & village centre. Access through lane In back and road in  front. Owner will look at alt offers so try your  luck. Phone Randy 885-5623 or Gibsons Office  886-8126. '240  ROBERTS CREEK ��� OVER Vi ACRE  Gently sloping, close to beach access. Build a  small hobby farm or the house of your dreams.  Priced to sell at 149,500. Call Barbara  MacGregor 8869741 or Gibsons Office  886-8126. *241  -LOTS-  CHEAPEST  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 al  home 886-7070. #215  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. Lots like this are scarce so call  Terry Brackett loday for all details al 8859865.  #618  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 8855693 or  Gibsons office 8868126. #228  THE BLUFF-SKYLINE DRIVE $55,000  Naturally landscaped with Arbutus and  Christmas trees. Fabulous new 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 8868317 or the Gibsons Office 8868126.  #230  THE BLUFF ��� SKYUNf 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 8868317 or Gibsons Office 8868126J231  BUILDING LOT  A level lot on Sinclair Bay Road, Garden Bay.  Cleared and Ready to build on. Asking  139,000. For this excellent lot call Don Lock at  8853730 for more details. '668  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  SANDY HOOK $43,000  Beautiful view lot, well treed. Locaied on  Porpoise Bay Drive. Great location within easy  reach of Sechelt. MLS. Call Gayle Adams at  883 9364 (or more information. #675  SECHELT $79,500  Large lot in village. Zoned public assembly. Call  Terry Brackelt at 885-9865. #585  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  8852314. #681  KLAHANI DRIVE LOT 69 MLS  Beautiful view lot Sandy Hook. Hydro and  water available. Priced In the 30's. Owner will  consider alt reasonable offers. For details call  Sylvia Thirlwell at 883-9963 or Valerie Baynlun  at 921-8340. '643  PENDER HARBOUR $35,000 MLS  Large size bt within walking distance of stores  and marina. Nicely treed. Privacy and  convenience for only $35,000. Call Gayle  Adams at 8839364. (4576  SECHELT $49,500  Level bt in the village. This fully serviced lot is  very easy to build on and handy to all amenities.  Call Terry Brackett at 8859865. #639  BUILDING LOT-SHOAL ROAD 138,900  Fairly level, some nice trees, only minutes to  downtown Sechelt. All services except sewer  available. Call Don or Rene Sutherland, at  8859362 or Brent StrH at "83-9382.  WILSON CREEK BUILDING LOT 136.900  Excellent level building lot. Located on Wilson  & Field Road. Part of small Sub-Diviiion. Call  Klaus Roepke al 885-2314 '728  TRAIL ISLAND VIEW  Beautifully treed, level, view bt across the street  from some of the nicest waterfront on the Coast.  Beach access Is only a couple of hundred feet  away from this lot In Caleta. Call Bryce Leigh at  886-8229. T02  REDROOFFS $52,500  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 8859865. #638  EXTRA LARGE BUILDING LOT ���  SOUTHWOOD ROAD $45,000  This 100' x 262' bt 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  '8839382. #700  TUWANEK 127.500.  Large lol at the lop of Uplands Road. Large  evergreens provide lots of privacy. Backs onto  vacant crown land. Call Rosemary Young at  8 8 6   8 3 5 9. '715  EXQUISITE PROPERTY WITH VIEW  NEAR REDROOFFS ROAD  If you desire privacy in an area of fine homes.  this lot of .41 acre is a must to see! Build your  house amongst the arbutus and wild flowers  Then, just relax in this exotic setting and enjoy  Ihe view of the sea! Call Bronia Robins at 885  9033 '622  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  8868229. ����j  GOOD BUILDING LOT  Nearly Vz acre in Halfmoon Bay area. Sloping  and nicely treed. Close to school. 149,000.  Call Bryce Leigh for more details at 886-8229.  ���674  SANDY HOOK 138.000.  A fantastic view for under $40,000? Yes. It's  true! There are still some available and this Is  one of them. Must be seen to be appreciated. To  view call Jenny McCourt at 885-2162. '710  HALFMOON BAY $39,900  Large lot over one half acre, well treed, septic  approved. Call Emilie Henderson al 8855225!  ���606  LOTS OF LOTS  From Roberts Creek to Tuwanek. level, sloped,  sleep - priced from $24,500 lo $44,000.  We're sure to have one to please you. Call Don  or Rene Sutherland at 885-9362 for more Information. '604,652,661  SECHELT MLS $38,000.  Gentle sloping lot In Ihe village. 75' x 155'.  Rosemary Young 886-8359.  TUWANEK LOTS $29,500 �� $32,900.  Two gentle sloping lots side by side on Tuwanek  Place. Buy one or both. Call Klaus Roepke at  8852313. '726 & 727  WEST SECHELT $49,500 MLS  Hall acre lot with view potential. Owner has  obtained health permit. Ready to build on. All  services except sewer. Call Terry Brackett at  8859865. 712  WEST SECHELT VIEW LOT $64,900.  Located on the Sunshine Coast Highway. This  nearly one acre lol Is facing the Strait of Georgia  and the sun. Call Klaus Roepke at 885-2314.  ���729  VIEW PROPERTY FOR $40,000  Yes, it's still possible to get approximately 1J  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  BUILDERS DREAM $44,500  Super treed bt close to Sechelt village. Good  view potential, quiet street. Don't delay, phone  today. Randy Wollen 885-5623 or Gibsons Office 886-8126. 13$  HOMES  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  WEST SECHELT $124,900  Exciting new split level home on quiet street.  This house features 1759 sq. ft. of finished living  area on three levels plus an undeveloped  basement. The top level contains the 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.        #590  SECHELT OFFICE  In tht Trail Bay Shopping Ctntrt  Van. Toll Fro* 661-7931  In tht Lowtr VMaga  8864126  Van. Toll Frta 669-7920  Member Sunshine! Coast  Real Estate Auocutiun  WEST SEC  HOMES  9149,500  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 9210,000.  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 at 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 heaters 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  886-8126. #589  CAROLE PUCE (Left off Veterans Rd.)  Big. new 1388 sq. ft. Rancher, quiet cul-de-sac  location, heatilator fireplace. Skylite in kitchen  -sep. laundry room - southern exposure in rear  garden. Try $15,000 down, balance at 15%  -asking $104,500 but try us with your offer  now! Peter Davidson 886-8400 or Bronia  Robins 885-9033. '522  POPLAR LANE - GIBSONS $112,500  A delightful home situated on a quiet children  oriented cul-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  welt worth your consideration. So call Syd or  Frances Heal 885-5693 or Gibsons Office 886  8126 #205  DELUXE EXECUTIVE HOME $165,000  Vendor may carry a mortgage. Woodcreek Park  is one of the most exclusive areas on the coast &  this home is surely one of the finest. Only the  very best has gone Into this home. Come In and  see real quality. Call Randy Woolen 885-5939  or Gibsons Office 886-8126. *M4 Sunshine Coast Realtor. July 31,1981  ITTEN  REALTY LTD.  WATERFRONT-  WATERFRONT  IRVINGS 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 883-9963.  #669  MIDDLE POINT  WATERFRONT ACREAGE $785,000  First class investment property suitable for a  future subdivision. This 18.7acres with600feet  of waterfront has a southerly exposure and is  zoned for 1*4 acre lots. This acreage is priced at  only $785,000 and terms are available. For  more information and viewing call Henry Hall at  885-2520 or Klaus Roepke at 8852314. #641  BROOKS COVE $275,000  Located in a quiet sheltered cove on three  quarters of an acre with approximately 250 feet  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  SANDY HOOK WATERFRONT  This very affordable waterfront lot on popular  Coracle Drive could be the perfect setting for  your week end 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  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  poiential. Call Emilie Henderson at 8855225.  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT    $105,000  1.56 acres south sloping waterfront on popular  Redrooffs Road. All services available. Upper  porlion ot 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  WATERFRONT LEASE HOUSE  This house on super view property with  sheltered year round moorage right at water-  frontage. Must sell. All offers considered by  owner. Wh years to run on Dominion Lease.  Ideal situation for weekend or summer boating  people. Call Don Lock at 885-3730 to view this  fabulous property. "542  TWO BEDROOM WATERFRONT HOME  Situated on Vi acre of private waterfront in  Davis Bay. ll'/z% assumable financing plus  sub-division zoning all for  $139,000.  Call  Bryce Leigh at 886-8229. *586  400' WATERFRONT HALFMOON BAY  Vendor will take back $75,000 at 15%  Idyllic setting at the head of Halfmoon Bay with  a two bedroom home, a cottage, and a small  storage shed. Just steps across a picturesque  foot bridge to the Halfmoon Bay store. The 1.88  acre lot could be subdivided. It has westerly exposure, a spectacular view and the tidal waterfront Is easily accessible from your front door.  This Is truly a one of a kind property and very  well priced at $189,000. Call Brent Strad at  883-9382 for more details. '673  SWALLOW ROAD $105,000.  Leve! lot, landscaped, ready to build on. View  waterfront, easy access to lovely beach. Small  creek on lot. Call Don or Rene Sutherland at  885-9362. *574  WATERFRONT ESTATE  Not just a lot, not Just a house, not Just a view - a  spectacular combination of many unique  features. For appointment to view call Don or  Rene Sutherland at 885-9362 or Terry Brackett  at 885-9865. '693  EUREKA PLACE $110,000.  A rare opportunity to share in this Strata Title  waterfront lot. Cozy, well built cabin for  weekends or guest house. Natural landscaping  on level lot. See Don or Rene Sutherland for  details. "682  Located in perfectly sheltered water, this exciting log home is your dream come true. The  treed, landscaped lot blends naturally with this  charming log home. A gentle path leads to your  own float. Enjoy the quiet of Tuwanek and the  charm of Sechelt Inlet. If you are looking for  waterfront you must include this exquisite property. Call Don or Rene Sutherland at  885-9362. "642  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 886-8126. #212  WATERFRONT ��� ROBERTS CREEK  Now Is your chance to buy a piece of the most  desirable property on the coast. This level acre  plus faces south for Ideal solar home conditions.  Many stately evergreens line the drive to the  double wide Chancelor mobile home and second building site. (By-law allows two dwelling).  Call Rita at 886-8126 or 886-7070 for all the  details on this fine property, "245  New "WATERFRONT" lilting  off Redrooffs Road MLS  * Very bright and sunny home.  * Two bedrooms on the main.  * One bathroom plus master with 2 piece ensuite.  * Modern kitchen with dishwasher.  * Two fireplaces  * Finished above ground full basement with  3rd bedroom, bathroom, and recreation  room.  * Sundeck and patio overlooking the sea.  * Long private driveway in.  * Many, many more super features!!  * $198,000.  * For more details contact Bronia Robins at  885-9033.  "722  DAVIS BAY - VIEW LOTS  Drive to Top of Bay Road  Agent on Duty Sat. & Sun.  from 1 to 4  ACREAGE  TWO ACRES KLEINDALE $63,900.  Driveway in and building site cleared. Power at  property line and easement for water provided.  Call Gayle Adams for details at 883-9364. "724  OVER 1 ACRE ON  REDROOFFS ROAD $75,000  Gorgeous trees abound on this 1.16 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.  #695  UNLIMITED POTENTIAL $179,000  Move in now to this Ig. 3 bdrm. full basement on  4.58 acres of land. Presently zoned R3 - iwo  family dwelling. Subdividable too!! Located on  Shaw Rd. Level and close to shops. Call Marilyn  886-2307 or Gibsons Office 886-8126. "218  THORMANBY ISLAND -  11 ACRES $105,000  Secluded acreage with high waterfront and  western exposure. Water access via Vancrofi  Government wharf. Good holding property and  perfect hideaway. Only minutes from Secret  Cove. Call Klaus Roepke at 8852314. #671  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 865-9865 for more details.  #626  WEST SECHELT $150,000  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 al  885-9865 for details ol subdivision proposal.   \m  AFFORDABLE ACREAGE $94,500  2.78 well treed acres, with approx. 700 feet of  highway frontage. A charming 2 bedroom  country home has a fisher airtight. Excellent  southern exposure and there is a possible view.  For more information call Brent Strad at 883-  9382. #663  HOBBY FARM MLS  Nearly 5 acres of privacy on King Rd Gibsons.  Level, partially cleared with evergreens on  perimeter of property. Close to Cedar Grove  School. Priced to sell $95,000. Call Marilyn  SH6-2307 or Gibsons Office 886-8126.     "236  ROBERTS CREEl^^" $165,900  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  HIGHWAY FRONTAGE  Interesting 1200 ft. on the highway at Pender  Harbour. Total area four acres plus, cleared  mostly level and close to the harbour. CaU Syd  or Frances Heal 8855693 or Gibsons Office  886-8126. #233  COUNTRY ESTATE ��� ROBERTS CREEK  A very private 5 acres on a gentle slope with  excellent exposure and Joe Smith Creek  flowing 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. #680  $275,000  Fantastic opportunity for the thinking buyer.  Locaied 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 ol a west  end home. Buy now for Ihe future. Call Don or  Rene Sutherland at 885-9362 or Terry Brackett  at 885-9865. #665  IhTTe  THE VERY BEST IN ACREAGE!!  This property of approximately 1.3 acres can be  your private retreat. The land has a good sunny  exposure, huge trees abound and there's a view  too. Situated on Redrooffs Road, It Is a mere 5  minute walk to a great beach and a 5 minute  drive to boat launching. $72,900. Call Bronia  Robins at 885-9033. "684  OPPORTUNITY FOR THE FUTURE  Invest In this 3.97 acre parcel in Sechelt Village.  600' of road frontage, a good "holding ground".  __.  Call Don or Rene Sutherland at 885-9362.  eutschsprechender grundstuecksmakler *640  inSechelt ist Klaus Roepke - pr'wat tel. 885-2314.  SaiUmfUTIttMTW  sechelt Office  VM.TMFfttNI-7131  Hiyltrnitf  Hmry Hill  Dal Grawt  Gayli Adsmi  Terry Irackatt  Bryci Lti|h  Emilia Hindiison  Klaus Rotpht  Bronia Robins  Rant Suthttland  Corry Ron  Brtnt Strad  Donald Sutherland  Don Lock  Eric Rsdland  Sylvia Thiitwall  Jinny MeCourt  omco  MMUMTINta  oJ!��Ht28  ���15-2520  MS-HM  M1-93M  M5-9K5  IM-II2!  1155125  115-2314  1159033  M5-93S]  ���15-9250  113-9312  li;-93��2  W5-37J0  115-9157  113.99(3  II52U2  DouiMry Voanf  ���alii Davidson  Marilyn Strom  Syd I FttMU Heal  RitaHiMraal  Randy woilen  Barbara KacCrafor  iHtStptO  iM-nsi  MMJ07  M5-SM1  IM-7070  M9-M��  ��MS?lt  815-3911  Member Sunshine Cuosl  Real Estate Association  BEAUTIFUL TREED ACREAGE  A l/6th share In approximately 30 acres ol  beautiful property. Includes clear title to 1.23  acres plus a l/6lh share In 22.5 ol common  property. 1173,500. Call Bryce Leigh to  discover this property's full potential at  886-8229. ��723  RURAL SOLITUDE  Almost 40 acres of good soil, home, bam,  workshop, some timber. This top quality farm  land Is located on Mason Road. For more details  call Don Sutherland al 885-9362 or Terry  Brackett al 885-9865. '665  PRIVACY AND VIEW 178,500.  Nicely treed 4.4 acres of sloping land with good  building site. Road roughed in, power close by.  Call for details. Don or Rene Sutherland at  885-9362. '653  PRATT ROAD 1225,000  Want a farm but not the job of clearing and  building? You've found it. Lovely three  bedroom farm house newly renovated kitchen  retaining the charm of the home. Spacious living  and dining room. 4.75 acres mostly in pasture  grass. 16 fruit trees, vegetable garden, shrubs  and flowers. Barn and luffing shed. Close to all  amenities. Call Suzanne Dunkerton for more in-  formation 886-3817. '657  ROBERTS CREEK 1243.000  10 acres that can be subdivided In half. Several  acres cleared and in pasture with some cross  fencing. View of Elphinstone Mtn. Privacy and  beauty surrounding you. There is a quality  house too based on the dutch barn style using  logs for the lower level construction. Craftsman-  ship and unique finishing are the features of this  3 bedroom home. Lovely brick heatilator  fireplace, large open kitchen with built-in oven  and microwave as well as the marvelous Jen-  nalre range, lots of counter space and storage  area. There Is a hot tub set out on a large  sundeck overlooking the acreage. This home  and acreage must be seen to be truly appreciated. Phone Suzanne to show It to you at  home 8868317 or 886-8126 at the office In  Gibsons.  HOMES  ���221  TWO OPENS AUG. 2ND WEST GIBSONS  VETRANS RD. ft MARION PLACE  Nr. new 3 bdrm Rancher - enclosed garage,  paved drive, landscaped. Handy to school,  stores etc. 198,500 - try $12,000 + govt,  grant, bal. avail, at 16D. Peter Davidson  886-8400or 886-8612. Gibsons Office.   "214  14% FINANCING ��� TRY 110.000 DOWN  Marlon Place (off Vetrans Rd.) Nr. new 3 bdrm  Rancher, pantry off krtch. patio in brite sunny  garden, fully landscaped, big paved drive,  pickup truck Si houndog negotiable. Asking  1102,500 but not deaf ��� try me I'm getting ear-  sler! Peter Davidson 8868400 or Gibsons Office  886-8126.  ���220  tbw  CATALOGUE  AVAILABLE Sunshine Coast Realtor, July 31,1981  JAmwveh  MmmmX       REALTY LTD.  mum village bib w the nicest'  Lovely three bedroom basement home on Spindrift. 4 blocks to shopping center. Approximately one year old. Brick fireplace, bright cabinets,  kitchen. l'/z baths, fisher stove in basement,  double seal window, carport are just a few of the  many attractive features. Priced to sell at  $96,500. To view call Sylvia Thirlwell at  883-9963 or 885-3295. '717  WHY BUY???  a small lot in a big subdivision? Here is an offer  you cannot refuse 3/�� acre. flat, well treed lot.  Owner contractor has over 20 plans to choose  from or bring in your own. This package is priced to sell at only 1135,000 or with your plans,  pick your own price. Act now & start your new  home. Phone Randy Wollen 885-5623 or Gibsons Office 88b-8126. "223  ONE OF THE BEST VIEW  PROPERTIES IN WEST SECHELT  Absolutely spectacular view of the Trail Islands  from both floors of this lovely three bedroom  home, situated on over W acre, of gently sloping property. Features include 2 fireplaces,  quality cabinetry, full basement, double enclosed garage, blacklopped driveway, beautiful  garden area, etc, etc. etc. Very well priced at  1165,000 For your lour call Brent Strad at  883-938?  BRIGHT & SPOTLESS S1 ft.000  3 bdrm. full basement home on Burns Rd. On  ���level lot, steps to nice beach. Enjoy the great  garden and fishpond in this quiet area. Call  Marilyn at 88(v8126 or 886-2307 _ "226  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 686-8126 or residence 8867070.8229  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 todav! Emilie Henderson at 885-5225.  #683  VILLAGE INVESTMENT $60,000.  Cute two bedroom older home on R2 zoned lot.  Good starter or investment possibilities. Call  Don or Rene at 885-9362. '683  DAVIS BAY 1112,000.  Family home on nice large lot features garage,  workshop, and nice family area. Quick possession possible. Call Don or Rene Sutherland at  885-9362. *679  LOWER GIBSONS $96,000  New 3 bedroom home, l2 block Irom beach on a  bright, sunny level lot. Within easy walking  distance of all facilities. Excellent retirement or  starterjiome. Call Bryce Leigh 886-8229. ��707  CLASSIC HOWE SOUND VIEW $92,500  Located hig.i 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 lor 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 8855693 or Gibsons  Office 886-8126. ��219  WESTSECHELI $95,500  Ideal investment in West Sechelt. Co2y 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  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 arc some of the features of  this cozy home. Close lo elementary school and  handy lo village. Won't last. Terry Brackett 885*  9865. ��648  SELMA PARK $32,500  Smaller two bedroom home. Ousianding view  Only one bb.k to beach and short walk to  village. Lease land. Call Teuy Brackett at 885-  9865 for all details. "646  YOU MUST SEE THIS!!  An almost new three bedroom home built on a  reasonable size lot in a secluded area of good  homes. This home has dining room, large living  room, three bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom and  utility all designed Into 1300 sq. ft. Thermopane  windows, airtight heater, above average Insulation keep heating costs to a minimum. Carport,  patio and fully fenced lot complete this listing.  Call Don Lock at 885-3730 for details and appointment to view. "714  WANT A PARK LIKE SETTING?  Come roam this lawned estate In the preferred  area of West Sechelt. Almost one acre of land -a  rarity these days - subdividable too! And nestled  in from the road lies a 1560 sq, ft. rancher with  380 sq. ft. of sundeck for BBQ gatherings or just  plain relaxation. There's more! To hear about  the extras call Jenny McCourt at 885-2162.  ���709  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 are extras. Asking  $102,900 without appliances. Call Don Lock  at 885-3730 for appointment to view. *6&0  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 rent both.  Good location and great ocean view, Call Terry  Brackett at 885-9865. #688  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. 'A acre zoning, in  beautiful Davis Bay is a must on your property  shopping list. Vendor will cany up to $40,000 at  15% on terms. For more information and viewing call Klaus RoeDke at 885-2314 *701  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  Terry Brackett at 885-9865. ��694  SUMMERTIME  Was made for places like this. Take a two  minute walk to the beach for a swim before  breakfast and you won't have to move 'til you're  finished barbecuing supper. Try your offer to  $80,000 for this cottage at Bronniebrook. Vendor will cany half at 16%. Call Dal Grauer at  885-3808. *711  FINISH YOUR OWN HOME  Who wouldn't appreciate the opportunity to  finish their home just as they wish? All the hard  work has been done Just complete the finishing,  on this home and move in. Conveniently  located near Gibsons Call Bryce Leigh for all  the details at 886-8229. **25  BUY A BABBLING 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  CLOSE TO BEACtf-  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. Locaied  within 'i mile of shopping centre, Moorage  handy in Bargain Harbour for your boat. Don't  wait! See (his one. Call Sylvia Thirlwell at 883-  9963. ��678  SUCH A DEAL  SALMON IN YOUR BACK YARD  U>/i% $40,000 assumable mortgage. 4  bedroom, 2 bathroom, Roberts Creek home.  Large sundeck & huge living room with  fireplace. This home Is a good deal at 194,500.  Phone Randy Wollen 885-5623 or Gibsons Office 886-8126 today. "234 _  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 appoint  ment to view call Gayle Adams at 883 9364.  DOUGAL RD ��� GIBSONS 1105,500  $50,000 financing available at 15% Harbour in  your backyard. 3 bedroom split level - hardwood floors. This one won't last Call today Barbara MacGregor 886-9741 or Gibsons Office  886-8126 *239  RETIREMENT CHARMER $89,900  Here's almost *., acre of level cleared property in  quiet Redroofls 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 lor a woodsluve. To view this homecall Brent  Str.id 883 9382. 1645'  WEST SECHELT $109,500  Large home in popular subdivision. 1500square  feel on main level with two 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  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  LOW LOW PRICE ��� GIBSONS      $74,500  * Sunny central location  ' Sun room fit utility room  * Large locking garage  ' Two bedrooms, large living rm.  ' Nice lot with fruit trees  * One of the lowest priced homes in Gibsons.  Act now - phone Randy Wollen 885-5623 or  Gibsons Office 886-8126. *238  SUPERIOR WORKMANSHIP  has gone Into this planned for living cedar  home. Large recreation room, Jacuzzi, outdoor  pool, many other features In this spacious well-  designed home. Beautiful view of Sechelt Inlet  from both levels, 92' of easy access waterfront.  Call Terry Brackett at 885-9865 or Don  Sutherland at 885-9362 for details. '716  YOU'LL WATCH $158,500  the ferries arrive and depart from the magnificent deck of this three bdrm full basement  home. Large lot Is very private and just a few  steps to one of this areas finest beaches. To view  call Rita at 886-8126 or at home 886-7070.  "210  MOBILE HOMES  WELCOME WOODS $69,900  Fantastic southerly exposure fnm his 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 plus full ensuite  bathroom off Master bedroom. Large combination kitchen and dining room. -Also large  sundeck. Very popular location. Call Tenv  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 885-9033. #677  MONARCH MOBILE ��� COMEAU  TRAILER PARK $38,900 MLS  This 14' x 70' 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  INDUSTRIAL - COMMERCIAL & INVESTMENT  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.  FANTASTIC VIEW  Is what you get from the sun porch of this older  two suite home. This revenue producing property also has excellent development potential.  Don't delay - phone Randy Wollen 885-5623 or  Gibsons Office 886-8126. '225  This marina and dining 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. '70S  GROCERY & TAKE OUT FOODS  Enjoy a view at the same time as making a living. This grocery plus food take out is available  to the family Interested In store operation. Living  quarters are Included In the price. Also, included are all fixtures and equipment. Stock at cost.  Information with Don Lock at 885-3730. -*670  EXCELLENT SUBDIVISION  SITE $176,000  5 32 acres presently zoned R3 - Iwo family  dwellings. Minimum lot size 8000 sq. It, Quiet &  level to all amenities, located on Shaw Rd. For  more possibilities please call Marilyn 886-2307  or Gibsons Office 886-8126. *222  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  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. 8621  TOimnnr mmt  Commercial lot 50' frontage x 208. Presently ol  fers approx. 1000 sq. ft. residence & revenut  cabin. Many possibilities. For details call Marilyt  at  886-2307  or Gibsons Office  886812b  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. ��7U6  SECHELT *32",580  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-fj22*i  A FAMILY BARGAIN J^WO  with 4 bedrooms and two bathrooms and about  1700 sq. ft. ol living space. The best available  comparable in the same area are asking $10,000  more, lor less finished space. Take a look wilh  Frances and Syd Heal 885-5693 or Gibsons  Office 886-8126. ��210  WEST SECHELT $110,000  Cape Cod designed three bedroom home.  Upstairs there are two gigantic bedrooms and  bathroom. On the main level there is another  bedroom, bathroom, dining area and spacious  kitchen. Other features include heatilator  fireplace, workshop and storage shed. Good  location. Attractive mortgage at just 10'/,%! Call  Terry Brackett at 885 9865. ��713 Sunshine Coast Realtor, July 31. 1981  Box 566  Gibsons. B.C.  VON 1V0  m  y  GIBSONS: Immaculate 2 bedroom non basement home.  On level landscaped lot. Blk top driveway to attached  garage, bright living room and bedroom floors are w/w  carpeted. Cozy kitchen features lots of cupboards and  eating area overlooking back garden. Large laundry room  adjoining kitchen. Well insulated. All services. Ideal starter  or retirement home. 5 min. walk to P.O. and stores. Many  extras included in the low price of $80,000. Be sure to view  this little gem.  'TRUEMAN R6AB - giBsons - retirement  REVENUE: Well built & maintained 4 plex in quiet area.  Each unit has 2 bdrms - kitchen, L.R. Dining area, fridge and  stove included with sale. Washer and dryer in common  laundry room. All units rented steadily. $185,000.  HAVE CLIENTS  Serving the I >)wer Sunshine Coast  Phone 886 -'000 or 886-9121  Located in the Seaside Plaza,  Gower Point Road, Gibsons  HOMES  ROBERTS CREEK: Over 1 acre in beautiful natural  setting, easy to maintain as there is little formal landscaping.  A "green thumb" gardener could develop into a real show  place. The home consists ol 3 bedrooms. Bright convenient  kitchen with adjoining dining area. 3 piece vanity bath, 12 x  24 living room. Rec. room, "wash up" room in lower level. A  must to see at only $124,900. Assumable mtge at 10'*^%.  GEORGIA VIEW: Immaculate two bedroom home on  waterfront landscaped lot. \*\ basement is finished. Good  beach and view. Own boathouse, 3 car garage with  workshop and storage under. Very private. A must to see at  $230,000.  REAL ESTATE  GENERAL INSURANCE  AUTOPLAN  BUILDING LOTS  CAROL PLACE: Large irregular shaped lot on quite cul uV  IK  138.000.  FITCHETT ROAD: Level lol. easy clearing 71 x 11(1.  136,000.  BURNS ROAD ��� GIBSONS: Level lot with small stream.  Quiet residential area. Few large evergreen trees. 65 x 130.  Close to beach. P.O. and shops. $49,500  THOMPSON ROAD: 100 x 150' lot with unsurpassed view  of ferries. Howe Sound, Islands and North Shore Mountains.  Asking 175,000.  ACREAGE  K. BUTLER 886-2000  Ideal Hobby Farm 2'.> acres with southern exposure. On  Hwy 101 Roberts Creek area. 3 bed. full basement. Ideal  family home, mostly cleared. Sheds included. $176,000.  INVESTMENT PROPERTY  GOV-VER POINT ROAD: Best ocean view night or day on  the coast, investment property. 4 acres consisting of four %  acre waterfront lots plus 2 subdividable acres on Gower  Point Road. This property has to be seen to be appreciated,  Great investment potential at $680,000.  NEED LISTINGS  MEMBER  SUNSHINE COAST  | REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION  - oWN -AbuR 6WN teLANb! -  Only 2 km from Hwy 101 ��� 16 acres of privacy. Protected  moorage. Western Contemporary house. Year-round living  in solid comfort. Huge sundecks. $730,000.  John Wilson 885-9365 or  Wayne Sailer 885 5986.  INCREDIBLE VIEW ��� MASON RD.  Immediate possession on this almost new'2 level home. All  drapes and appliances Included. Vendor anxious ��� so bring  all offers. Details and appts. to view from Wayne Salter.  LUXURIOUS PRIVACY  ON ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE  9.4 Acres ol sunny privacy. Meticulously constructed one  level home opening to huge patio & grounds. Spacious  entertainment sized living areas. Separate Dining Rm. 2  FP's. both bdrms ensuite. oak parquet lloors-lt's very, nice!  Shelley Biddle has details  WEST SECHELT  ' Micro weather area - Ranch house & outbuilding,  * 5 acre larm. level, excellent soil ��� Details from John Wilson  WAYNE  SALTER  885-5986  PAT  LINDSAY  885-2591  BERNEL  GORDON  885-5891  hbOORDOH AGENCIES ltd.  31 Years At Cowrie St., Sechelt  DRASTIC PRICE REDUCTION!  Price Reduced by  ���40,000 lo 1255.0001  Robert! Creek  Waterfront  ��� TWO HOUSES ���  Nr. new. 2 bdrm, full bsmt.  & 3 bdrm, 2 level on pebble  beach.   Terrific   family   or  group Investment.  Call Kelly Therieh for details.  CHOICE WATERFRONT  Price Reduced for  Fiat Sal*  ��� TWO HOUSES -  Make this your prime Investment! Super 2 bdrm house  on level pebble beach-plus  another small 2 bdrm house  to rent or? Juat reduced  from $265,000. Now offered  at  $239,0001  Call Kelly Therien.  - HILLCREST AVE., GIBSONS -  2 bdrm rancher. Level tot   268' deep, Large garage/workshop. Offers to $72,500.  John Wilson  - HALFMOON BAY WATERFRONT -  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 Biddk  - 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  - COMMERCIAL -  Illness forces sale of this well located card & gift shop. Prime  location. Fully stocked. Renewable 5 yr, lease. Drastic price  reduction to $48,500. On MLS.  Wayne Sailer,  JACK JOHN MIKE  NOBLE        WILSON BALDIQARA  883-2701        885-9365 885-5645  PHONE  885-5891  Box 123, Sechelt, B.C.  LOTS  SECRET COVE ��� Straight ahead water view from this  large, sloping lot. Serviced. F.P. $39,900. MLS  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. Fantabubus 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.  Lol 110. Mt. Richardson Rd. Superb view large, level lot.  Must be seen to be appreciated. $48,500  Call Shelley Biddle.  REDROOFFS RD. - Gentle sloping lot ��� no drainage  problems here! Near store, launching ramp & Hwy 101  Asking $45,500.  Jack Noble has details.  SANDY HOOK - Large building kit, over', acre. Partially  cleared ��� panoramic view. $44,900.  Shelley Biddle.  EUREKA PLACE View lot-red hot al 155.000.  John Wilson  SHELLEY  BIDDLE  885-3505  KELLY  THERIEN  885-5518 Sunshine Coast Realtor, July 31,1981  SUNNYCREST  SHOPPING  CENTRE  886-2277  IBSQNS  AND LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD.  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  682-1513  Member Sunshine Coast      R.R, #2, Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0      Real Estate Association  HOMES ON ACREAGE  NORTH ROAD: at Cemetary -Rood 5 acres nt  secluded timbered property Great hobby farm  wilh barn, chicken coop and corrals On good  well but regional water available. Owner has  permission lor second dwelling on property. 300  feet of highway frontage. 1460 square leet home  only 7 years old. Built-in china cabinet. 2 lull  baths, huge sundeck. Owner says Sell! Make an  appointment to view today. $165,000.  HENRY RD: A rare find Duplex wilh acreage.  1250 square feel per unit with 2 bedrooms each,  Large rooms, storage and laundry rooms In each.  Includes appliances. Don't hesitate, call now.  $179,500  CEMETERY ROAD: Over 3 acres hobby farm  with view ol Georgia Strait less than one mile to  schools and shopping with lot sol country charm.  Nearly 1200 square loot log home with shake  roof. Three bedrooms, V> bathrooms. Floor to  ceiling cut rock fireplace in living room. Built-in  dishwasher, oven and range in large kitchen, An  ideal family home. On Ihe terraced hillside are 4  corrals, large pasture area, riding ring plus 30 x 50  solid 2x4 barn with 6 sell watering lie stalls. 410  x 10 box stalls and It) x 10 tack room. Many  extras $156,000  HIGHWAY 10-lmttJfedroom older home on  five acres close nra>hsons. Property is cleared  with good creek 'through one corner and  tumorous OUtbuldlngs. This parcel has many fruit  rees and lots ol garden possibilities. $160,000.  LOTS  PORT MELLON HIGHWAY: 4 54 acres with  1095 leet of highway frontage. Zoned A3D, can  lake anothei dwelling. House is situaled al one  end of properly and nicely landscaped. Home is  1 . sit irey with open vaulted ceiling in living room.  Three bedrooms up and 4 piece bath. Extra large  family room and living room downstairs. Twin  seal windows. Appliances included. Good  workshop al rear ol double carport, $178,000  LOWER ROAD: 1.02 acres m Roberts Creek, approximately 6 year old mobile home. Large  125.4' \ 357.72' of cedar and other evergreens storage shed and chicken coop and run round off  provides a perfect selling for the two bedroom   the package. Priced al $97,500   INVESTMENT  STEWART ROAD: Fifteen acres locaied on  Stewart Roadjusl off North Road. This is in three  live acre parcels and can be divided or resold if  purchaser does not wanl that much property.  Zoned Industrial I, which takes light and heavy  industry. Three phase power available if  necessary. $325,000.  HIGHWAY 101: This Industrial building has a  total of 5,000 square feet. Il has three tenants,  leased out on iwo five year leases and one three  year lease. Lot size is 167' on the highway by 124'  deep. Present building has plans (or suites on a  second floor and there is room lor another  building on (his lot. Present annual income is  $29,400. $290,000.  COMMERCIAL - REVENUE  100'of  MARINE DRIVE: Waterfronl Re  prime low bank waterfront in Village of Gibsons.  Unexcelled view of sheltered Howe Sound Solid  tenants in all three suites. Building remodelled  and upgraded. Very attractive property consist  Ing of 4 bedrooms, 3 bedrooms and 2 bedrooms  suites with fireplaces. Don't miss your chance to  own this waterfront tnplex. $285,500.  GIBSONS VILLAGE: This is the only  indepedent bakery in the area. 10 years in the  same location. Business is increasing steadily with  excellent potential to expand. Owner may carry  1st. All equipment included. Call (or more details.  ACREAGE  CHAMBERLIN ROAD: Nearly 5 acres of  beautiful timbered acreage. Water, hydro, cable  and paved streets close by. Ideal hobby farm or  holding acreage. Priced to sell. $99,500.  ��' *���������  * *rv '*��� a  DUBOIS STREET: 2 acres in Mountain View  Estates. Kleindale. Access Iron) and back 7  minutes from shopping and school in Madeira  Park. Some marketable timber or build a log  house! Surrounding properties all have wells.  $64,900.  .JWUMHUM  r-3     *      rs  NORTH ROAD, GIBSONS  2 & 3 BEDROOM TOWNHOUSES  All Suites Feature:  * V- Baths  * Builders Home Warranty  * Fridge  * Skylights  * Stove  * Huge Master Bedroom  * Htnli in dishwasher  * Cl-ise in th-ipping  * Washer & Dry��  * Clow to si hools  # Gorgeous Brick lir  placet  * Close lo transportation  * Wall la wall deluxe  ���arpol  * All services  * Energy efllcfeni  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 may arrange the  banking for you at 15V2% to qualified purchasers. By the way, note the  Builder's Home Warranty Programme. Cablevision, beauflful brick fireplaces, 5  appliances, these properties are brand new and ready to move Into. Priced to  sell at 184,900 to $94,900.  CREEKSIDE PARK: Lol 70. Nice level building  lol. Fully serviced including sewer. Close to  shopping. Schools, etc. One of ihe last chances lo  buy a good lol in this area lor this price. 139,900  CREEKSIDE PARK: Lol 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 lol making this an ideal  purchase $39,500.  SUNNYSIDE DRIVE: This 100 x 150 lot is  ideally situated at the end ol a no thru road. Area  is last building up with new quality homes. A 2  storey home on this lot would have a view ol  Georgia Strait. This lot must be seen to  appreciate the value of the 100 foot widths of the  surrounding lots. $52,500.  SYLVAN PLACE: In Cheryl Anne Park on the  Gibsons side ol Roberts Creek, This ',��� 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 Lol  dimensions are 48 feel on the road, 109' at the  back wilh 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 265. Fully serviced 6, lOlhs of an acre, this  lot could accommodate duplex, domestic  industry, hoby larm, single family residential or  mobile home The perfect natural setting.  $49,000  GOWER PT: 82 x 133 level lots with super view  of Georgia Strait. One block to Bonniebrook and  good beach. Priced from $59,500.  FIRCREST ROAD: Partially cleared building lot  wilh nice trees In a fast developing area Excellent  school nearby Dead end street so safe tor  children. Excellent value al this price 135.000.  WHARF RD: Langdale, One of the very few lots  left in this popular area. Large size, corner location and view make this a must see. Call now for  more details  CREEKSIDE PARK: Lot 64. Good building lot  in popular Village of Gibsons subdivision. Hydro,  cable, phone, city water, paved streets and  CMHC approved. Vendor will consider low down  payment and 15% financing. $37,900.  CREEKSIDE PARK: Lot 109. Good building lot  In popular Village of Gibsons subdivision. Hydro,  cable, phone, city water, paved streets and  CMHC approved. Vendor will consider low down  payment and 15% financing $39,900.  MARINE VIEW WAY: Sechell. This60' x 131 9'  lot is easy to build on and has already been  cleared and is ready lor construction ol your  reverse plan home Located only one mile from  downtown Sechelt, close to the water, marina,  staking rink and other amenities. Yes, you may  even gel a view. $35,900.  LOT 81 REDROOFF ESTATES: 49 acre on  Southwood Road. Well off the beaten path  guaranteeing privacy. Potential view. Vendor will  take $20,001) down and balance at 15",.. 2 year  tprm Priced to sell fast at $37,500  CHAMBERLIN ROAD: Lovely view lot looking  south into Howe Sound and Georgia Strail.  Cleared and ready to build on, 76 x 170 Well  priced al $54,900.  WOODCREEK PARK: Lol 58. Approximately  80 x 128 with ocean view. Corner lot on  Intersection ol two cul de-sacs, therefore the loi  accommodates many varying building plans.  Vendor will build lo suit See this lol & slart  planning your home now.  HWY 101: 50 x 150 industrial lol in Seaniount  Park All services $40,000  SCHOOL RD: 13 Viewlols in Gibsons Village  Servicing nearing completion. Priced from  $57,500  LOWER ROBERTS CREEK ROAD: This  panhandle lot, over one hall of an acre is located  one block from the beach at Gulf Stream Road It  is nicely treed and has a gentle slope wilh some  view. This property is zoned lor two dwellings or a  duplex, $54,900  MARINE DR: Hopkins view lot. Beautifully treed  lot within walking distance ol Langdale terry. Size,  50 x 141 serviced by hydro, water, phone and  cablevision. Priced to sell al $44,500.  MALAVIEW ROAD: Lol 9 on Malaview Road.  Cleared ready lo build on. All services. 1 block to  school and a very nice area. $39,500.  SEAVIEW RD: View lot In Sandy Hook  overlooking Porpoise Bay. Existing assumable  Imancing in place, Owners plans have changed.  Market value $39,500.  OLE'S PL: Roberts Creek. Large lot in quiet cul-  de sac Close to beach access. Zoning allows for  mobile home. Some attractive financing in place.  $44,900  EVERGREEN PARKLAND: Large corner lot  on Marion Place cul-de-sac. A nice neighbourhood with attractive homes. Owner/builder will  build home of your choice or sell lot. Offers to  $39,500.  WYNGAERT ROAD: 50 x 120 lot. Build your  home in a beautiful park-like setting of fruit trees,  flowering trees and shrubs and a view to Keats  Island. This park-like setting is truly one of a kind.  $55,000.  NOW AVAILABLE  10 TOWNHOUSES  Panoramic view of Howe Sound and Georgia Strait  The location is a bonus - only steps Irom shopping, swimming and moorage.  Enjoy the benefits ol 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, twin seal windows and major appliances.  Anticipated Occupancy Date is Aug. 1st, 1981   Excellent Value at $97,500 to $113,000  STEVE        ANNE        JOHN TERRI        GREG GARY        DAVE JON LORRIE  SAWYER    GURNEY   HANSON    HANSON    GRANT    PUCKETT ROBERTS      MCRAE       QIRARD  ..886-7678    886-2164    886-8295     886-8295   886-7204    886-9508    886-8040      885-3670      886-7760 Sunshine Coast Realtor, July 31,1981  SUNNYCREST  SHOPPING  CENTRE  886-2277  BSQNS  \ND LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD.  R.R. #2, Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  HOMES HOMES HOMES  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  682-1513  GRADY RD: 2 storey Alpine house wilh  fireplaces, three bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and an  entertaining sized recreation room. Hardwood  floors in mosl rooms. Lol is 70 x 157 fully  landscaped with particularly nice rock work in  front. View ot water. Keats Island and Soame  Hill N< i wires because this area is all underground  wit ing. $159,000  SELMA PARK: Well maintained two bedroon  home and self contained one bednxmi cottage on  almost half an acre view property in Selma Park  Features include: private landscaped setting,  large sundeck, dark room <v\d fresh paint and  paper, Call loi an appointment to view.  DUNHAM RD: Port Mellon Ideal starter home  Idi the family who can do some fix up work. Large  landscaped 70 x 173 lol. Extra large living room  wilh fireplace and 2 generous sized bedrooms  1250 sq. It. Appliances included in Ihe unusual  price ol $44,900  CHASTER RD: This 2 bdrm 'A' Frame is Ihe  ideal hedge against Inflation! The home is present  ly rented to help with any mortgage payments  The   property   Itiell   is  cleared   and   level  and  situated easl of Pratt on a quiet no through road  Excellent starter or revenue property $59,900  REID  ROAD: "    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, Jenn Airel  range and microwave. All this on a levetf  landscaped fenced lot. Other features too  numerous lo mention This home represents]  excellent value at the asking price ol $119,000.  Vendor will carry full mortgage at 16V'n,  COMEAU TRAILER PK: $10,000 down, owner  will carry 1 si 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 all set up on pad and hooked  up to all services lor as little as $5,000 (plus  Government 2nd). Why pay rent when you could  live in your own home? Phone to view anyiime.  Owner says sell!! $33,500.  POPLAR LANE: Almost new Ihree 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 al  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.  SARGENT RD: Terrific Spanish home on one of  our best view lots. Two fully finished floors, total  2300 sq, ft. Four bedrooms, 2;-. bathrooms, rec,  room, utility room and workshop. Two fireplaces,  double carport, intercom and wet bar. Within  walking distance ol shopping and schools. Make #  an appointment to view. $159,900,  CREEKSIDE PARK: Perfect 2 storey fatS  'home at an affordable price in beautiful Creeksidej  Park Estates. This 1700 sq. ft. four bedroom|  |honu' features finished basement, rec. room,  large workshop, laundry room, ll> baths. Al||  appliances including fridge, stove, dishwasher,  washer, dryer and freezer. Fully landscaped!  grounds with concrete drive, pet run and wood!  shed. Owner has done high quality work to make!  this a warm comfortable family home. Phone to|  MARLENE RD: Brand new 3 bedroom home  acre in Roberts Creek. Masler bedroom has  ensuite plumbing, cuslom kitchen cabinets, large  sundeck. Beautiful and private, easy to landscape  )t, And more This home has all permits in place  i make the lull basement into M.U.R.B. duplex  The house design easily facilitates either single or  jduplex use. Truly the home with great investment  potential. $119.500.  LAUREL RD: Davis Bay. Cuslom built ocean  view home in the mosl beautiful area of 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  anyiime. $124,900  ROSAMUND RD: Completely renovated and  enlarged duplex on extra large [65 x 230| tot.  Check the features new kitchens with appliances,  lullv carpeted, skylight in bathrooms, masonry  chimneys - perfect (or thai Franklin healer Suites  have excellent revenue potential an Ideal small  myeslment    JFIRCREST RD: Beautiful ranch style family!  ���home with large rooms and bay window. Stonef  ���fireplace with energy grate and fan. Sundeck,  |double windows and R28 insulation. Assumabfe|  ll'V1" mortgage. Phone to view anytime.  1598.600  'NORTH FLETCHER: at School Road. The most  beautiful view In Gibsons. Views of Howe Sound,  Gibsons Harbour & Georgia Strait more than  180�� of ocean view. Older home, presently  rented, on this approximately 10,000 sq. ft. lol.  Property has many potential uses. Come & talk to  us about this combination home and Investment.  189.500.  SOUTH FLETCHER & CHARMAN: Custom  view home. Locaied across the street from the  tennis courts in ihe Bay area, this brand new  home features three bedrooms, two bathrooms,  plus a full basement. Priced at $149,500.  I '  IPOPLAR LANE: Best buy In town. Three year  [old three bedroom multi-level home located only  1 block from shopping and theatre. Over 1700  (square feet featuring fireplace in livlngroom,  Iflnished rec room with air-tight -stove and bar  Deluxe kitchen with built-in dishwasher and the  Ifridge and stove stay. The master bedroom has a  private sundeck and a large tiled shower In the en*  suite Landscaped 60 x 127 lot on paved cul-de  Lac. Owner has bought and is offering thlsj  [beautiful home for tllt.QOO  WOODCREEK PARK  OPEN HOUSE BY BUILDER  Saturday August 1 and Sunday August 2  2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.  * WOODCREEK PARK: Executive home on .39  acre treed lot backing onto the ravi:ie 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 thai likes room to move with  2040 square feel of finished floor area. The two  car garage and full brick fireplace are just some of  the extra touches thai sel this home apart from  Ihe rest. $149,500.  Have your questions answered by the Builder    pay rent? Nicely set up  12 x 68, 1974 Chancellor trailer with large  sundeck. Also foundation for extending. Lol 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 nol be created   165.500.  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 ha:  workshop and small office. Garden is in fruit trees  and flowering shrubs. $79.900.    ^f'SEsJ  jSUNNYSIDE DRIVE: Assume 13'^ mortgage!  ���Exceptionally well built three bedroom 1260  [square foot rancher on huge 100 x 150 lot makes  It he ideal family home at an affordable price.  Features include shake roof, huge stone fireplace,  lex Ira high quality carpeting, concrete driveway,  Icarport, double windows throughout, bayj  jvindow, extra large rooms and much more.  'hone lo  CREEKSIDE: New construction. Two storey  unique designed home, over 2000 square feet ol  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.  CREEKSIDE CRESCENT: Here is a unique  designed 11 ���> storey home made ft >r spi icious living  by a family that needs lots of room. Mam floor has  1103 square leet. Living nxmi has vaulted ceiling,  family room for privacy, bathroomsdownand up,  674 square feet upstairs with three bedrooms. On  a good lot in Creekside which is three blocks lo  shopping centre, schools, medic.il clinic ami all  (or the price of $115,500.  FIRCREST RD: Near new 3 bedroom home on  beautifully landscaped lot in prime residential  area. Southern exposure and close proximity to  schools and shopping represent only a few of the  special features of this home. This 1200 sq. ft.  home is extremely well appointed with Schrader  fireplace, large utility and spacious eating & family  room area. Excellent family home. $85,000.  ABBS ROAD: View! View! View! Are you  looking for a view home high on the hill with a view  forever! This is it! The view is spectacular! It goes  (ram the north tip of Keals Island through  Gibsons Harbour, The Gap. The Bluff, Georgia  Strait and of course the coasl mountains. The  home is three levels wilh 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 lo be believed,  $149,900  FIRCREST ROAD: ASSUMABLE MOR  TGAGE OF 12V<% on this well built and main  tained three bedroom home. Features a large llv  ingroom with a beautiful stone fireplace and din  ling area. Bright and sunny kitchen with nook. The  fall nlghter in the basement makes it economical to  [heat. This 1160 square foot house Is on a well*  landscaped 61 x 131 lot. $107.000.   HIGHWAY 101: just north of Crucil Rd. in the  village of Gibsons. Small home presently rented  al $300 per month. Lot is zoned to allow a duplex.  Existing home is sel to the front, however the  maximum view poiential would be closer to ihe  rear of this lot. This is truly a house with  investment potential. $79,500.  CREEKSIDE PARK: Brand new 1672 square,  feet I1; storey home in Creekside Park Estates  This home is on city sewer, city water and  cablevision and features fireplace, large rec,  room, laundry room and workshop. Two car  carport and is on a quiet cul-de-sac cbse to  shopping and transportation. Ready to move into.  .���107,900.  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.  WATERFRONT  HOMES  SAKINAW LAKE: Sunny exposure and privacy  are the key features for your recreational  enjoyment. Secure government lease on 1.24  acres of waterfront with one bedroom cottage.  Boat access. $35,000.  FRANKLIN RD. WATERFRONT: Small bul  very liveable Iwo bedroom home with high dry  basement on this extra large waterfront lol |60 x  226 x 59.99 x 207 501 In this prime area. Gently  sloping path to beach through parklike selling  Sunny exposure & privacy 1180,000.  STEVE       ANNE        JOHN        TERM       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 10  Sunshine Coast Realtor, July 31, 1981  TZjtTsfil  ���fi  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE  BOX 1490,  WHARF ROAD  SECHELT, B.C.  VON-3A0  PHONE  885-2235  VANCOUVER  689-5838  (Toll Free)  "TWO OFFICES  MADEIRA PARK  No. 770      MASON ROAD  No.687       NORVAN ROAD  No.851       TYSON ROAD  Master view. 3 bedrooms, full-high basement, rec.  room, workshop.  $ 133,500 Bob Kent 885-9461  Large 3 bedroom home complete with den, family  room, double garage, large fenced yard. Good  assumable mortgage at 13%%. Well built with 2 x  6 walls, thermopane windows and wood heater.  $124,500       Uny * Ruth Moore 885-9213  Beautiful brick home. 3 bedrooms, formal dining, Two acres, two bed  2 fireplaces, ever increasing view, large lanscaped horses or?  lot $125,000  $ 139,500       Uny ft Ruth Moore 885-9213  No. 776  . lots of room to roam.  Bob Kent 885-9461  ROBERTS CREEK No.845  Over five acres of view near Crowe Road, backing  onto Cheryl-Anne, this sought after acreage  boasts a near-new, 2 bedroom Lynwood home  with warm wood finished Interior. Large  assumable mortgage and all appliances.  $153,500 Bill Walkley 885-5327  WILSON CREEK No. 782  3 bedrooms, partial basement (finished], located  on Wilson Road. Approx. $46,000 existing mortgage at 10'/4% is assumable.  $145,000 Pat Parker 885-5615 or  Leslie Fitch 885-9057  SECHELT MERMAID STREET No. 735  Site rite location near Gov't Bldgs, Senior Citizens  Halt. Medical Clinic, ripening commercial aspects.  $195,000 Bob Kent 885-9461  RADCL1FFE ROAD No. 847  Nice view, landscaped. 3 bedrooms, basement. 2  baths. 2 fireplaces, rec  room and carport.  * 130.000 Ed Baker 885-2641  Bert Walker 885-3746  SAMRON ROAD No.700  Large home with large view - good southern exposure. Covered sundeck. cement patio, landscaped. 4 bedrooms, family kitchen & recreation  room. Assumable mortgage at 13l/a%,  $159,500       Larry & Ruth Moore 885-9213  DERBY ROAD ��� NEW ON MARKET MLS 883  3 bedroom family home, 3/t basement partially  finished, carport, landscaped lot with plenty of  roses, 4 appliances included.  $92,000 Larry A Ruth Moore 885-9213  "SELMA PARK BEAUTY" No. 797  Brand new 1320 sq ft. 2 bedroom lull basement  home with 160 degree view ol Georgia Sir. and  et. al from living room, kilchen. dining room and  master bedroom. Features:-  * Oak cabinets.  * Paved Driveway and Sidewalks.  * Shake Roof & Stained Cedar Siding.  * Double Sink in Main Bathroom & Ensuite.  * Double Flue Chimney.  * Two Car Enclosed Carport,  wilh quality construction throughout. Asking  i 149.500 George Longman 880-8548  WATERFRONT  FRANCIS PENINSULA MLS No. 732  View, view and more view ol Whiskey Slough  from this near new 2 up. 3 down, bedroom home  Immaculate interior, light and spacious Large  deck allows lots of sunning or just enjoy the view  $ 115.000 Bill Walkey 885-5327 or  Bert Walker 885-3746  CARNABY PLACE No.787  Secluded  new  home,   2 bedrooms,  ensuite,  spacious living areas, carport and 3M basement.  Ready for occupancy.  $ 112.000 Utile Fitch 885*9057  REDROOFFS No. 795  Bordered by Redrooffs Road and We!;ome  Passage this .6 acre landscaped lot offers a superb  view of Merry And Thormanby Islands, across to  Vancouver Island and Mount Arrowsmith 2  bedrooms up plus additional large finished view  room in basement lor extra bedroom, shop or rec  room Electric heal, Rockfaced heatilator  fireplace Owners relocating must sell.  $195,000 Pat Parker 885-5615  SELMA PARK No737  Quality 4 bedroom family home. Numerous  features Include 3 fireplaces, spectacular view and  a bonus of a beach cottage providing a small  revenue.  $295,000 Utile Fitch 885-9057 or  Pat Parker 885-5615  COOPER ROAD MLS No.861  3 bedroom rancher,  spacious rooms,  ensuite.  fireplace, utility and family kitchen.  1114,900       Urry & Ruth Moore 885-9213  "WEST SECHELT RANCHER" No. 796  Under construction 1120 sq. ft., 2 bedroom ranch  style home with attached carport located in one of  the finer areas of West Sechelt. just minutes from  beach, schools and shopping.  $94,500 George Longman 886-8548  ROBERTS CREEK No. 840/841  Situated on two thirds of an acre of beautifully  landscaped property. This older home is a must to  see, Located on lower road this property consists  of two individual lots. Vendor will consider all offers.  $118,000 Pat Parker 885-5615  SECHELT VILLAGE MLS No. 755  3 bedrooms. 3/i basement, needs.work, Binnacle  Street location.  S65.000 Pat Parker 885-5615  SANDY HOOK No.768  An acre of privacy & quiet with a cozy, one  bedroom home. Well built and waiting for the  starter family, let it grow with you.  $87,500 Pat Parker 885-5615  LOWER ROAD-ROBERTS CREEK No. 876  3 bedroom. %0 sq. ft   home locaied in lower  Roberts Creek on a beautiful large landscaped lot  close to store, schools and beach. Great starter  home.  $79,500 George Longman 886-8548  NORTH ROAD No.881  2 bedroom, ranch style home located on Vi acre  lot In Upper Gibsons. Super starter or retirement.  $82,500. George Longman 885-8548  PRICE REDUCTION  MILLS ROAD MLS No.798  Three bedroom home with extras including large  family   room.    Main   floor   living   with   large  bedrooms up. Walk-in closets and 3 baths.  $124,900       Uny ft Ruth Moore 885-9213  BEACH AVE. OFFERS MORE  THAN LOCATION No. 837  New 3 bedroom home with 2550 sq. ft of living  space situated on over l/2 acre of land. This home  has it all - 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. Owner will  carry $100,000 at 12VSi%.  $ 175,000 George Longman 886-8548  ROBERTS CREEK HOME No. 801  3 bedroom 1216 sq. ft home located on over '/(  acre of land in lower Roberts Creek The full base-  ' ment is presently rented but could make a good  in-law suite or recreation room. Asking  $ 102,000 George Ungman 886-8548  DAVIS BAY No. 875  Privacy and spacious setting are yours in this 2  bedroom rancher on Havies Road. Almost 1400  sq- ft. of living space wilh: cedar siding, shake  roof, bay window, feature fireplace. 30 x 12  sundeck and 152 ft road frontage, on partial view  lot. Excellent Value!  $99,800 Rita Percheson 885-5706  HANDIMAN SPECIAL No. 874  1040 sq. ft.. 3 bedroom home located in nice area  ol Lower Roberts Creek, within 2 city blocks of  beach access Home has new electric service and  heating, new foundations and spetic The repairs  remaining can be done by anyone handy with  hammer and paint brush. Buy now and save.  $76,500 George Longman 886-8548  MEMBER SUNSHINE COAST  SECHELT 885-2235  ED BAKER  ELMER EKDAHL LESLIE FITCH VI GIBBONS   BOB KENT GEORGE LONGMAN   LARRY MOORE  885-2641 885-3584 885-9057 885-3944 885-9461 886-8548 885-9213 Sunshine Coast Realtor, July 31,1981  PHONE  885-2235  VANCOUVER  689-5838  BOX 1490,  WHARF ROAD  SECHELT, B.C.  VON-3A0  QnluiK  TH  nfr2l.  TO SERVE YOU"  ���CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE  HOMES  LOTS  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 H.indy utility room, Including washer &  dryer off well appointed kitchen. Dining area has  glass doors onto large deck. Ensuite off master  bedroom George Longman 886-8548  1225.000 VI Gibbons 885-3594  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 al 12%!  197,000 Rita Percheson 885-5706  REDROOFFS No.742  This charming two bedroom home Is located on  level Vz acre fenced property. Cozy kitchen has  double wall oven, Jennaire countertop range, and  custom cabinets. Vegetable garden, bam and fishpond are just some of the features you'll find on  this country charmer.  191.500 Leslie Fitch 885-9057  SECHELT VILLAGE No. 862  3 bedroom. 1160 sq. ft. home on Pebble Crescent. Featuring stone faced fireplace, electric heat,  and landscaped lot with lots of play area for the  children. Great location, close to schools, park  and shopping.  $97,900 Pat Parker 885-5615  PEBBLE CRESCENT No.887  You will love gazing at the mountains from this  charming cedar split level home situated in the  village. Immaculate, 2 bedrooms, large llv-  Ingroom with fireplace and beautiful rosewood  panelling. Landscaped grounds plus handy  workshop off carport.  ��� 104,000 VI Gibbons 885-3944  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 bathtub, enclosed garage, private deck and landscaped yard! Excellent assumable financing at 14.25% interest.  1195.000 George 886-8548 or  Rita Percheson 885-5706  SANDY HOOK No.867  Coracle Drive passes proudly by this newly  remodelled home. One, maybe two bedrooms  plus a million dollar view. Attractively finished Interior guaranteed to please. See this smart, cozy  home before someone else does, you won't find  too many homes in this price range any more.  169.900 Pat Parker 885-5615  WEST SECHELT-BLIGH ROAD No.747  New 3 bedroom rancher Is Ideal for small family  situated on quiet cul de sac, this house has many  features - fireplace, formal diningroom, ensuite &  walk-in closets, wood heater in family room.  Open to sunny well appointed kitchen. Close to  transportation and nearby beaches.  ��� 124.900 VI Gibbons 885-8944  WELCOME WOODS No.884  New, atrracative 3 bedroom home of 1196 sq. ft.  situated on approx. Vz acre. Selectively cleared  leaving a number of evergreens. W/W  throughout, fireplace, ensuite in master bedroom,  large sundeck & carport. Vz basement.  ��� 124,500. Ed Baker 885-2541  WILSON CREEK No. 863  3 bedrooms, spacious living area, double carport,  southern exposure, partial ocean view and brick  fireplace are some of the features of this home on  Cameo Road.  ��� 115,000 Leslie Fitch 885-9057  FEATURE!  SELMA PARK -YOUR KBW HONE No.888  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  0189,000 George Loutf-a-taii 880-8848 or  Rita Percheson 888-8700  WATERFRONT  GOWER POINT ROAD No759  Esplanade lot - WATERFRONT - Beautiful  unobstructed view. Large 100 x 217. Septic Installed.  ��� 120,000 Larry* Ruth Moore 885-9213  SECRET COVE No.730  Deep water moorage possible with dredging Vz  acre��. Paved road. Services available. Good  terms.  ���79.900 Lynn Wilson 885-5755  SARGEANTS BAY  Our most popular request has been for about an  acre of land, low W/F and an older cabin. This is  il. Located in the west side of popular Sargeants  Bay and priced to sell.  ���99,500 Larry Reardon 885-9320  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.  ROBERTS CREEK  WATERFRONT No.872  This charming older home is situated on large  landscaped waterfront property off Geddes  Road. Well maintained home has rock fireplace in  living room, one bedroom on main floor and two  smaller bedrooms upstairs. Easy access to good  beach & privacy from neighbours makes iliis a  choice propertyl $198,000. Rita Percheson 885-  5706.  SEACREST WATERFRONT MLS      No.806  Gorgeous view from this well treed lot. Steep but  beautiful and only ��77,500. 82 x 341 Lot.  Larry ft Ruth Moore 885-9213  HWY. 101, RUBY LAKE No.870  Well treed, over 4 acres, 300 ft. waterfront,  highway access.  ��� 135.000 Bert Walker 885-3746  ROBERTS CREEK No.826  All services available except sewer. Close to beach  and golf course.  ���49.900 George L-Mfman 886-8548  CEDARR1DGEROAD No.775  133 x 140 big comer lot, nicely treed, hydro and  water lines at the road.  ���27,500 Bert Walker 885-3746  WEST8ECHELT No.767  Large subdividable lot In West Sechelt. **-*��� acres  facing on two roads.  ���65.000 BUI Walkey 888-5327  SECHELT VILLAGE No.778  Good building site, all services available Including  sewer, Ebbtide Street.  ���44.900 Pat Parker 885-5615  TUWANEK No. 823  Across from the first main beach access, ready for  your home. Perc tested for alternate system. Now  only  ���33.000 BUI Walkey 885-5327  SECRET COVE No. 804  Semi-waterfront, wooded lot. Public laneway to  cove 1 block away! 345,000. 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 865,000! Leslie Fitch 885.9057.  WEST SECHELT No.853  Norvan Road partially cleared 77 x 150 lot. Good  view from 2 storey home available, plenty of room  for all your needs.  ���54,000        Larry ft Ruth Moore 885-9213  SHOAL WAY No. 810  West Porpoise Bay, near arena. Water, hydro,  paved road. 60 x 105. $40,000. Leslie Fitch 885-  9057.  WELCOME WOODS No. 869  Well treed lot on quiet street, close to park and  Ashing. 100 x 200 approx.  ���54,900. arlll look at offers.  Lynn Wilson 885-5755  WELCOME WOODS No. 745  Wildwood Road, super large 125 x 200, flat level  treed near rec. centre. $54,500. Bob Kent 885-  9461.  WEST SECHELT. BLIGH ROAD      No.879  Ocean view with southerly exposure in prestige  subdivision on Bllgh Road. Cleared site, private  sewer, water, hydro, quiet paved cul-de-sac. 67 x  112.  ���44.900 Rita Percheson 885-5706  SECHELT No.868  Marine View on Marine View Way 60 x 132. Services available. Paved road.  ���39.900 Lynn Wilson 885-5755  SECHELT VILLAGE MLS No. 866  Level lot, 62.5 x 125, Binnacle Street. $36,000.  Pat Parker 8855615.  ACREAGE  ROBERTS CREEK No864  3 plus acres with water, hydro 8c cablevision at  property's edge.  ���59,000 George Longman 885-8548  WEST SECHELT No. 788  24.7 acres of near level land on Mason Road with  gazetted road on 4 sides! $280,250. Rita  Percheson 885-5706.  10.87 ACRES-  ROBERTS CREEK MLS No. 780  10.87 acres zoned ALR in Roberts Creek.  I\6perty has southern exposure, with a view of  Georgia Strait from the top half. Water is supplied  Irom a natural spring fed reservoir. Owner says  some merchantable cedar Irees. All this complete  with 3 bedroom Mobile Home, barn and storage  shed. Qfjn,  George Longman 886 8548.  TRAIL ISLAND No. 649  Lucky lot number seven, 1 ^ acres of recreation,  300 feet of frontage. $29,000. Bill Walkey 885.  5327.  GOLF COURSE ACREAGE No. 860  255 feet alongside the ninth fairway 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 George Longman 886-8548  M1DDLEPOINT ACRES No.799  Some view, 17.5 acraes toned R2J, power al  road.  ��� 118.000 Leslie Fitch 885-9087 or  Bert Walker 888-3746  ROBERTS CREEK No.8  Magnificent treed Vt acre lot In best rural location,  off Beach Avenue. Minutes to beach, store and  school.  ���58,000 GeorteLoogtaara 886-8548  NORWEST BAY ROAD No. 786  75 x 150 of towering timbers, near level, close to  schools.  ���43.500 Leslie Fitch 885-9057  WEST SECHELT No.865  Incredible VIEW. Cleared lot. Southern exposures. All services Including sewer.  ���61.000. Larry ft Ruth Moore 885-9213  WESCANROAD No.S  Large lot on Wescan Road near beautiful Secret  Cove.  ���39.900 Leslie Fitch 8859057  NORVAN ROAD No.756  Good view, lots of trees 77 x 128 of beautiful lot.  Good family neighbourhood of new homes.  ���62,000        Larry ft Ruth Moore 885-9213  SECHELT INLET ROAD No.837  ���A acre approx. good building site. Some timber...  Paved road. Hydro available. Water on the way,  ���21,000 or try your offer.  Lynn Wilson 885-5755  ROBERTS CREEK No. 877 '  2 good size building lots, both have hydro,  cablevision and regional water at property's edge.  Located within walking distance of beach, store &  school.  ���44,000 each    George Longman 886-8548  ROBERTS CREEK No. 878  Large % of an acre building lot. close to beach,  school and store. Water, hydro and cablevision at  properties edge.  ���49,500 George Longman 886-8548  SELMA VIEW No.873  Beautifully treed view lot with good bldg. site on  Hwy 101.  ���85,000 Rita Percheson 885-5706  WELCOME WOODS No.824  Wooded privacy. Lot 102 xl66. Area of new  homes on spacious grounds.  ���49,900 Lynn Wilson 885-5755  REDROOFFS RANCH No. 820  85 x 265 selectively cleared lot on quiet paved  road In prestige are. Water & hydro. Evans Road.  ���45.000 Rite Percheeon 885-5706  REDROOFFS No. 733  4/10 acre lot with 98 ft. road frontage on  Eastwood Road. Culvert rn and cleared bldg. site.  $45,000. Rita Percheson 885-5706.  REDROOFFS No. 761  90 x 181 large lot on Alderwood in vVekome  Woods. Beautifully treed! $45,000. Rita  Percheson 8855706.  MILLS ROAD No.785  Geared, level ready for building all services Including sewer. 64 x 112.  144,(00        Uny ft Ruth Moore 886-9213  SANDY HOOK  -SEAVIEW ROAD -  Lot 107 - $38,000.  -SANDY HOOK ROAD-  Lot C-340,000  Lot 30 -$39,900  Lol 49 ��� $38,000  - DEERHORN DRIVE -  Lot 44 - $39,900  Lot 52 - $39,000  Pat Parker 885-5615  - DEERHORN DRIVE -  Lot 35 - $38400  George Longman 886-8548  - PORPOISE DRIVE -  Lot 35-$41.fJ0O  Rita Percheson 885-5706  REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION  GIBSONS OFFICE      886-8194  VIEW LOTS  RUTH MOORE PAT PARKER RITA PERCHESON LARRY REARDON BERT WALKER BILL WALKEY LYNN WILSON  885-9213 885-5615 885-5706 885-9320 885-3746 885-5327 885-5755 12  Sunshine Coasl Realtor, July 31, 1981  *#  DENTAL CENTRE  GIBSONS  ���CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE'  HOMES  PHONE  886-8194  VANCOUVER  689-5838  (Toll Frtt)  CONVENIENCE OF LOCATION  AND POCKETBOOK! No. 629  3 bedroom home for $55,000. These Strata Title  units are locaied on Hillcrest Road. Within  walking distance ol schools, shopping and oiher  amenities. Only one left. Call for appointment lo  view Eva ur Lynda .11 886 8194.  HWY 101 No. 848  There is a Harbour View from this two possible 3  bedroom home. Covered sundeck to enjoy the  outdoor living on this large lot.  $139,000 Lynda 8867352  Judy 885-9226  PRATT ROAD No. 588  Three bedroom executive home on 4.5 acres of  cleared level land, fenced and landscaped. For the  horsey set, riding ring and 3 stall stable.  $287,000 Eva 886-7126  Lynda 886-7352  GIBSONS No.789  Woodcreek Park's only full basement home to  date. 3 bedrooms, well designed living area, huge  wrap-around-deck plus full basement for your  custom touch. This house is near completion, so  hurry.  ��� 145,000 BUI Walkey 885-2285  DUNHAM ROAD - PORT MELLONNo. 628  3 bedroom home, fireplace, dining room, 100 x  173 lot. Needs some work.  $54,900 Eva 886-7126  FIRCREST ROAD - GIBSONS       No. 807  Almost new, 3 bedroom home with basement,  fireplace, shake roof.  $105,000 Eva 886-7126  GIBSONS No. 762  3 bedroom 1920 sq. ft. executive, energy efficient  quality home, stands on one of the largest lots in  the subdivision. Fenced backyard landscaped  front yard in turf. Enjoy the wealth of oak cabinets  and many other features too numerous to list.  Vendor will carry at 15%.  1159,000 Bill Walkey 885-5327  or 885-2235  WOODCREEK PARK - GIBSONS No772  This attractive split level three bedroom home  has a masonary fireplace, wood windows, hidden  gutters and enclosed garage.  $139,000 Lynda 886-7352  CHASTER ROAD No. 818  3 bedroom home on large fenced and landscaped  lot. Over 2 yrs left on 10 V��� assumable mortgage.  $129500 Lynda 886-7352  GIBSONS - WOODCREEK PARK No774  Four bedrooms plus large games room and  spacious family room. Energy efficiently insulated  (floor, walls, ceiling), oak cabinetry, huge lot  landscaped in turf. Owner will carry at 13'?% on  this large family home.  $159,000 BUI Walkey 885-5327  WOODCREEK PARK - GIBSONS No773  This  three bedroom  house  is perfectly co  ordinated to take full advantage of the large view  lot. Features include, pantry off kitchen, two  masonary fireplaces and wood windows.  $159,000 Lynda 886-7352  SKYUNE DRIVE  "The BkiH" No. 846  2 bdrm post  and beam bungalow.  Privacy  abounds with a treed setting and decks facilitate  outdoor living. A spectacular 360" view.  $119,500 Wendy 8864076  JUDITH PLACE No. 814  3 bedroom quality built rancher. A spacious  kitchen with separate eating area. A distinctive  use of wood ��� a lovely family home.  $107500 Lynda 886-7352  Wendy 8864076  DAVIS ROAD - GIBSONS No. 751 I  4 bedroom split level, fireplace, family room, close  to  shopping and alt schools. Assumable |  mortgage.  $119,500 Eva 886-7126 1  LOTS  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.  CREEKSIDE SUBDIVISION LOT -  GIBSONS No.886  60 x 120 fully serviced lot. within walking distance  to all amenities.  ���39.900 Eva Carsky 886-7126  GIBSONS - WOODCREEK PARK No. 828  Quality controlled prestige subdivision. Fully  serviced lots, some view.  $39,500 - $46,000 Bill Walkey 885-5327  Linda Hickman 8867352  GIBSONS HARBOUR VIEW! No. 827  Lower Gibsons, Super view, ready to build, all  services.  $52,500 Eva Carsky 886-7126  CEDAR GROVE AREA No. 769  Level lot, 74' frontage, zoned for mobile.  $42,000 Eva Carsky 8867126  SEAMOUNT INDUSTRIAL PARK No. 764  74 x 150 ��� excellent warehouse location.  $60,000 Lynda Hickman 886-7352  MAPLEWOOD LANE - GIBSONS No. 736  Fully serrviced building lot with workshop. Short  I walk to beach.  $47,500 Lynda Hickman 886-7352  DAVIS ROAD - GIBSONS No.751  Ideal, 4 bedroom family 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 ground, plus assumable mortgage.  $119,500. Eva Cankcy 886-8194 or 886-7126  WATERFRONT  ACREAGE  FIRCREST ROAD No. 808  Good level lot for building. Excellent location in  area of new homes.  I ���46.500 Carol Skinner 886-9184 oi  Pat Parker 888-5615  GOWER POINT AND 15TH ST.        No.759  Spectacular view from this espanade waterfront  lot. Build your dream home on this 100' x 217'  property.  ���120,000 Carol Skinner 886-9154 or  Ruth Moore 815-9213  SHAW ROAD ��� GIBSONS No. 825  Invest in your future! 2.8 acres on Shaw Rd.,  subdivision potential, bonus, 3 bedroom 1645 sq.  ft. home.  Eva 886-7126  Leslie 885-9057  BRIDGEMAN ROAD ��� GIBSONS   No. 857  4.54 secluded treed acres.  $69,500 Lynda Hickman 886-7352  TWO Offices tO Serve you Member Sunshine Coast Real Estate Association       ��w.��*>   GIBSONS 886-8194    SECHELT 885-2235  ROBERTS CREEK -  CONRAD RD No. 813  1.75 acres with 3 bedroom home, 24 x 24 garage,  landscaping needed to make this one a beauty.  $129,500 Eva Carsky 8867126  Judy Eldred 885-9226  LOCKYER ROAD -  ROBERTS CREEK No.885  3 bedroom with 2 bathrooms and workshop  located on 5 mostly cleared acres with barn.  ��� 129,000 Carol Skinner 886-9154  ^WENDY BODT  886-8076  EVA CARSKY  886-7126  JUDY ELDRED  885-9226  LYNDA HICKMAN  886-7352  CAROL SKINNER  886-9154  BILL WALKEY  885-5327 Sunshine Coast Realtor, July 31,1981  13  W -Waterfront  H - Homes  A - Acreage  R - Recreational  F - Farms  Bus. 885-5171  Box 1188, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  " Your Real Ea laic Hosts  on the Sunshine Coast1'  REDROOFFS RD. - HIDE-AWAY  This 2 bed 24 x 36 modular home Is lucked neatly In the  trees. Enjoy those summer evenings sitting on the 28 x 12  sundeck and those winter nights curled around the acorn  fireplace. Park your car in the 24 x 17 garage and make use  of this vi acre lot. F.P. 193.500. Call 885-5171 for appointment to view.  ("SEAVIEW APT. WEST SECHELr L244  Here is a 4 plex apartment set in a very desirable area. Each  900 sq. ft. 2 bdrm suite has lots 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 Irving 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.   GOWER POINT-EXCELLENT VIEW L261  This esplanade waterfront is on the market. The lot is 100 x  217, with an excellent view and just an esplanade separates il  from the waterfront. Call now. F.P. $90,000.  GOWER POINT L262  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.  COMMERCIAL - SECHELT L249  Two (2) lots zoned commercial I. Ideal location for  professional . Lots' size frontage lOOx 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. Owner will cany  balance at MX. F.P. ���165.000. Call Pat Dahle  885-5692 or Pat Murphy 885-5171.  FOUNDATION ALL READY... ,    L 264  'k acre lot with concrete foundation already in, I 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.  COUNTRY CHARMER L 250  * 4.6 acres  * Gentle Sloped Land.  * Dogwood tree*.  * Fruit tree:  * Well kept brum*.  * 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 picfcett fence. F.P. $140,000. For  appointment to view call Pat Murphy.  IJIU  ���~  LET THE SUN FIND YOU... L264  Relaxing on this 54' x 10'sundeck which is part ol a lovely 3  bedroom full basement, 1248 sq.ft. home. Cooking out is no  problem onthe patio just set up the bar -b-que then set upthe  badminton net on the super level lawn. Guaranteed tun in  the sun. Al this plus built-in oven, range, fridge and  dishwasher. Don't miss this one. Call Pat Murphy for  appointrnerrttovieij^  SUMMER FUN...EXCELLENT WATERFRONT   L 260  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. 14 acre. You like to  garden ��� well there is great potential on this bt. The home is  approx. 1700sq.ft.with2bedrooms,aspaciouskitchenand  dining area, an airy utility, and a living room that opens onto  a beautiful sundeck. And for the one who Ikes to get away  from it al there is an 11' x 18*6" den. All this for $170,000.  CaU 8855171.  MEMBER SUNSHINE COAST REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION "P.T." Dahle 885-5692 Deirdre 885-5971 Pat 885-5171 14
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1300 SQ. FT. RANCHER ON WILDWOOD 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.        883
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 wilh 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.
$121300.  854
WATERFRONT SECLUSION FOR SALE: If you are ready
to pay the price (or waterfront, you can also have privacy. The
sound of waves on a deserted beach, not traffic or neighbours is
what you will hear from this 5 year old energy efficient home of
1150 sq. ft. On the upper bench ol this steep south sloping
property is perhaps the nicest porous concrete tennis court in
B,C. $52,000 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
i with Bob 885-3531. #38
EXCLUSIVE WATERFRONT: We are proud to offer for sale
one of the finest homes on the Sunshine Coast. The 2 year old
superbly constructed 60' dock has water and electricity. The
main residence takes full advantage of perhaps the finest view of
Pender Harbour. The basement contains a 2 bedroom self-
contained in-law suite finished to high standards A Sauna and
Jacuzzi equipped bathroom are next to the Master Bedroom. A
separate guest cottage contains a Jacuzzi bath and deluxe
finishing. View this extraordinary property in Garden Bay
Estates with Bob Beaupre - 885-3531. Full Price $500,000,
BARGAIN HARBOUR: Discover and enjoy Bargain Harbour
with Ihe 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 2637 or 883 9525 $144,000.
849
2 DWELLINGS ARE PERMITTEDON THIS 1.47 ACRES:
100' of waterfront in Redrooffs, From your 18' trailer wit h a large
sundeck you will witness unsurpassed views of the Merry Island
lighthouse, Georgia Straight and Vancouver Island. Lawn,
hydro, water and driveway are in. Price $118,500. To view call
Bill Hunsche 883-2637 or 883-9525. 833
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 883 9525
or 883-2637. »57
MAGNIFICENT WATERFRONT HOME. 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 paned 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 ol
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 883-2637 or 883-9525.
HBE *aj*
WELL BUILT AND MAINTAINED: 1025 sq. ft. home on a
acret terraced lot with 115' of waterfront with its own dock and
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 V
1220.000, To view call Bill Hunsche 883 2637 or 883 9525.851
684-8016
ANNOUNCEMENT
ANDERSON REALTY LTD. la pleated to
announce that JOCK HERMAN and JOHN
BREEN are Joining our aalea team at our
MADEIRA PARK OFFICE. Jock will continue to terve the Public with AUTOPLAN
& GENERAL INSURANCE effective
Auguat lat.
LOTS AND ACREAGE
PAQ LAKE • SUBDIVIDE: 7.1 acres overlooking Ihe
picturesque lake and the ocean. Owner is just completing the
road. Super views. Plenty ol timber. Vendor will take back $ at
12%!! Offered at $130,000. For further information contact
Frank Ingham 886-5336 or Vancouver Toll Free 684 8016.-4102
LOTS AND ACREAGE: Lot 30 on Lee Bay Rd. in Irvincs
Landing. 1.85 acres of fantastic view property in new subdivision
priced at $79,000. To view call Bill Hunsche 883 9525 or 883-
2637 »64
EXCELLENT BUILDING LOT: on Madeira Park Rd. Very
suitable lor a small commercial building or the home ol your
choice. Price $44,500. To view call Bill Hunsche 883-2637 »88
A TOUCH OF COUNTRY LIVING: On 8 acrcst of gentle
sloping land in Kleindale with a 5 year old 700 sq. fl. Panabode
with full basement. The property is well treed and has acreek on
it. To view call Bill Hunsche 8832637 or 8839525. F.P.
$118,500 **89
2 ACRES - KLEINDALE: All exceptional 2 acre sue in
Kleindale. The power is .il Ihe property line and the well has
been drilled. This properly otters Itees and a gentle slope wilh a
good exposure. Price $55,000. To new .all Bill Hunsche 883
2637 or 883 9525. »I04
YOUR OWN MAJESTIC VIEW OF GARDEN BAY
LAKE: This is a large lol 100' x 163' wilh a genlle slope anil
excellent building sites The lot is 66' linni the lake and is lolly
serviced with power and water at road. Priced $39,000 Ti I view
call Bill Hunsche 883 2637 or 883 9525. "82
LOVELY RURAL 2 ACRE* SETTING IN KLEINDALE:
Property has building site cleared, driveway in and the well has
been drilled, with power al the front lot line. Asoundinvestmenl
lor $46,900 To view call Bill Hunsche 883 9525  883 2637.H93
BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
4'a ACRES IN MADEIRA PARK: Next to shopping centre.
R3L zoning permits lj acre bts. Excellent holding pro^Brty as
there are 2 stores & 2 homes on property with a p.ifential
revenue o( $1,470 per month. Owner will carry some financing.
For more information call Bob or Bill 883-9525. «46
j* $ffl
PENDER HARBOUR: Boalworks wilh waterfront 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 Ihe right individual. For more
information call Bill Hunsche 883 9525 or 883 2637. «60
I ACRE ON LAGOON RD: In Madeira Park. Zoning permil'.
acre lots. Priced at $65,000. Contact Bill Hunsche 883 9525or
8832637. »52
FOR RENT: 2700 sq. It. of retail area in Madeira Park. For
more information, call Bill or Bob 883-9525.
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MS-3631 Sunshine Coast Realtor, July 31,1981  15  anderson  REALTY LTD  FREE CATALOGUE  Sechelt  885-3211  Box 1219, VON 3AO  afiderswi  <X3M��  RnlEstKc Service  REALTY LTD  U^aullHU   -VtaH   SMtMSSSSaSSt  wWsW3Qw\rWT **m rm  684-8016  HOMES - TALK TO US ABOUT VENDOR FINANCING  IS  '18  DAVIS BAY ��� NEAR THE BEACH: - En)oy the beach, store  and fine restaurant within walking distance of this new home  nearing completion. 1120 sq. ft. 3 bedroom home with large  deck to view the sunsets. Builder will sell at any stage of completion and take terms. Contact Frank Ingham to view.  "11  WEST StCHELT ��� NORVAN CUL-DE-SAC  ' 1320 sq. ft 3 bedroom, 2 bathrooms  * rec. room, family room, enclosed garage  * fireplace, cedar feature wall and skylight  ' 49,000 mortgage at 11 '/z% due In 4 years  ' Contact Bob Bull or Frank Ingham  SECHELT VILLAGE - SALMON DRIVE:  * Unique architectural design  * 1636 sq. ft , 2 storey. 3 bedrooms  * family room, sunken livingroom. fireplace.  * walk to schools and shopping.  * another quality-built Fjord Design home.  * Call Stan Anderson  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/w carpets. 3  bedrooms up. Workroom, laundry room. Carport & sundeck.  Cement drive. Good value 1149,500. F.P. Call Jack  885-2053. #9  MASON ROAD ��� SPOTLESS HOME WITH ACREAGE:  9,5 almost level acres approximately -V* cleared and plenty of  water from two ponds. 4 bedrooms. 3 bathrooms, central  vacuum, quality cabinets and fisher airtight Assume $45,000  mortgage at 13.5% due October 1985. Ideal for gentleman  farmer or rancher Confer with Frank Ingham or Bob Bull. "80  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  WEST SECHELT ��� NORVAN CUL-DE-SAC: Almost new  home in quiet residential area 1320 sq. ft.. 3 bedroom. 3  bathrooms, rec room, family room and enclosed garage. Large  sundeck with fully landscaped and fenced-in backyard.  Fireplace, cedar feature wall and skylight. Financing of $49,000  at U'/j%duBln4yeari Open to all offers at 1129.000 by Bob  Bull or Frank Ingham.                                                         '25  "FEATURED HOME  OF THE WEEK"  ROBERTS CREEK - HOUSE ON SALE: Owner/Builder Is  going away and this house will be sold Mora he returns! It Is  located in a quiet area and dote to the beach. The home has a  large private sundeck and separate workshop. Covered by the  "New Home Warranty Program ol B.C.". Call Doug lor appointment to view. "74  l.l-bRy  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. *15  ROBERTS CREEK: - Excellent building lot on paved dead end  road. 75' x 140'. Mobile homes accepted. Asking 142,500. Call  Doug. M27  WEST SECHELT: Prestige home in an exclusive area.  Presently under construction & should be finished by  November. 3 bedrooms ��� 3 bathrooms - 3 fireplaces - Jennaire &  built-in oven. Many more features. For the discriminating  purchaser. F.P. $225,000. Call Doug. #117,  VILLAGE OF SECHELT: -Buy a lovely large family home with  a relaxing view of Porpoise Bay and the mountains. This home  has 4 bedrooms, 3 sets plumbing. Large living room and dining  room with an attractive stone heatilator fireplace. Large rec.  room and pool room with a wood heater set on a brick  background. This comfortable home has many of her features  too numerous to write about. For complete information on this  3400 sq. ft. of family living call Gordie at 885-9986 or 885-3211.  Asking price $219,900. *122  ROBERTS CREEK: Brand new 3 bedroom home ��� carport -  utibty storage - full basement. Immediate possession. F.P.  $120,000. Call Doug for appointment to view. #74  REDROOFFS ROAD: Owner has bought! 2 bedroom full  basement quality built home on one acre. $40,000 assumable  mortgage at UVl% till Sept. '84. Price reduced for quick sale to  1139,900. Immediate possession Call Doug. "100  Arbutus Drive   Lot 55 asking 166,000 Frank Ingham.  EXECUTIVE HOME - JASPER ROAD: One of the finest ex  amples of West Coast living on the Sunshine Coast Top quality  craftsmanship and design. Only the best of materials in this contractors' private residence. 3000 plus sq. ft. making extensive  use of beams and sundecks Secluded setting on year round  creek. Features include: sauna In ensuite. livingroom done In  cedar and custom solid mahogany cabinets. View by appointment only. Offered exclusively by Bob Bull and Frank Ingham.  "105  WILSON CREEK: Brand spanking new home In quiet sunny  area 1600 sq ft. done with a beautiful cedar celling throughout  the kitchen, dining and living rooms. Maintenance free sldinq.  Master with shower in extra large ensuite. Heatilator fireplace  with wood box. Bay window. Double carport and much more.  Vendor will take other property or trade. For viewing contact  Bob Bull or Frank Ingham. "106  ARBUTUS DRIVE: The view is unparalleled from this  executive home in the newest area of Davis Bay. This 1346sq. ft.  home is designed for family living at its finest. A massive front  deck highlights the cedar siding and shake roof. The 2 carport  garage and driveway are cement and the front lawn is in. This  home features 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, ensuite with shower,  vaulted ceilings, cedar feature walls, as well as, 2 brick fireplaces  both with heatilatores. Skylights and dishwasher are also  included. This home is truly luxury and in the right area to  protect your investment. Offered by Bob Bull and Frank  Ingham. #10  140,000 AT lOfc* DUE NOV. *S3: - Attractive 3 bedroom  home In popular West Sechelt. Large sundeck, carport, separate  12' x 20' garage. Basement nicely furnished and large fenced  year. Call Frank Ingham or Bob Bull. Asking $115,000.  'lit  MOORAGE GUARANTEED. Up to 40 ft. of moorate  available with purchase of this 2060 sq. ft. quality built view  home in Selma Park. Other features Include heat pump with  'reverse cycle air conditioning, skylights, built-in vacuum and  wood sash windows. Asking 1199,500. For more Info call Stan  Hilstad or Stan Anderson. "101  WATERFRONT  LOTS ��� FINANCING AVAILABLE AT REDUCED RATES  - SANDY HOOK -  Mt. Richardson        Lot 115 $35,000            Don Hadden    ��21  Sandy Hook            Lot 48   asking $39,900 Frank   Ingham (tl 13  Uplands Road          Lot 19   $26,500           Don Hadden     #23  Porpoise Properties Lot 30   asking $54,900 Bob Bull           W0  - DAVIS BAY -              .123  Arbutus Drive - Lot 55 Asking $66,000 Frank Ingham  Arbutus Drive Lot 47 asking $66,000 Bob Bull or  Frank Ingham #75  WEST SECHELT  Mason Road          Lot A asking $65,000 Stan Anderaon #24  Jasper Road          Lot 22 asking $49,900 Gordie Hall      ��107  Highway 101         Lot 1   asking $80,000 Bob Bull          ��*��  Island View Drive   Lol 7   asking $69,500 Jack Anderson #84  - GRANTHAMS -  Woodland Road  Lot 5 & 6 asking   $45,000  Frank Ingham HI & 2  Central Road      Lot 22       asking $25,000  Stan Hilstad 11115  Redrooffs Ranch - Prune I  Lot 34 asking $49,000 Bob Bull or Frank Ingham  Lol 36 asking $47,500 Don Hadden  RcdrooH, Ranch - Phaae II  Lots 63 & 65 asking $45,000 Stan Hilstad  Lots 69 & 70 asking $45,000 Gordie Hall   -SECRET COVE-   Painter Road Lot 5 $44,000 Frank Ingham or Bob Bull  REDROOFFS -  Cooper Road  Lots 109 & 111 asking $39,000 Bob Bull or Frank lngham��35  ft 37  Lot 101 wilh trailer $45,000 Don Hadden -"110  Fawn Road  Lot 82 asking $49,900 Bob Bul! or Frank Ingham M7  Welcome Wood, Subdivision  Lots from $54,500  #79  ��� 103  ���120 Ii 121  ���71  rwt  Hill  885-8586  8Un  Hilstad  880-2023  ���Pc-ug "  Joyce  888-2781  I   warnw\  ���������SIP���* ���  l_tH-B Jjfej  PRIME BEACHFRONT HOME - GIBSONS: ��� Enjoy the  passing cruise ships from the front lawn and sundeck of this Immaculate 3 bedroom home off Franklin Road. A massive stone  fireplace highlights the post and beam style cedar livingroom.  There is plenty of storage space and a lovely garden area.  Village shopping Is but a short distance away. Arrange a viewing  with Frank Ingham. .'116  SANDY HOOK ��� 103' OF WATERFRONT: ��� It will not be  easy to build on this lot, bul a little Imagination will do wonders.  Come In and talk It over. Name your price and make a deal. I'm  Frank Ingham. '114  HALFMOON BAY - TAYLOR CRESCENT: Fully ser iced  waterfront lot in exclusive area of deluxe homes. Full southern  exposure. Excellent building sites. Reduced from $114,900 to  109,000. Call Gordie. #85  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 $85,000. Call Don 885 9504. ��69  RUBY LAKE: Lease cabin reduced to $35,000. #67  DAVIS BAY - SUNSETS GALORE: Beautiful waterfront  property on the best beach of the coast. Very private and partly  landscaped lol is approximately '/, acre. Stairs could be built to  the water. View with Bob Bull 8852503 $90,000 but owner  looking for offers. #12  BARGAIN HARBOUR: Waterfront lol, over half acre,  recently perked, driveway in, hydro, water and phone at road.  Full price $85,000. Call Don at 8859504 or 8853211.      #47  LAUNCHING LANE - SANDY BEACH: Cory con. v with  fireplace and sundeck. The view is unpaia'leled, with a boat  launch beside and salmon out front. Make us an offer. Have  Frank Ingham or Bob Bull arrange a viewing. It  SECRET COVE: ft acre plus 91 ft. ol 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 pr��� e $79,900. Slan Hilstad. ��� 109  Ingham  68S-5336  Hadden  885-8504 16  Sunshine Coast Realtor, July 31,1981  883-2794  ...  ^       m%%\  PENDER^ HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT  by  Pender Harbour Realty Ltd.  Effective August 1st we are joining the Anderson  Realty Ltd. Sales Team at their Madeira Park Office.  Our Autoplan and General Insurance Division is to  move with us and we look forward with pleasure to  serving your needs from the new location.  John Breen Jock Hermon  Telephone 883-2794 or 883-9525  AELBERS REAL ESTATE  APA APPRAISALS INC.  886-8640  Lorai-rd -at thr Old Granlh-aint Store  Meitinc Dr , (iTaitlham-i 1 .indimi  886-9238  Pclcr Aelben  RIlBClf Rl  886-9238  922-7814  Don Logan  C G A C COMM  885-3318  HOPKINS LANDING $46,000  One of the last view lots available. Walking distance to ferry. Vendor will  accept $10,000. down and balance at 15%.  MARTIN ROAD 174,500  2 bedroom older home, excellent Interior, foundation for 16 ft. addition at  rear. Water view, close to all amenities. Presently rented.  TUWANEK-SANDY HOOK From $31,500  4 lots, good view, close to beach and boat launching.  SECLUSION ft WATERFALL $43,000  Located in Roberts Creek this unique lot is ready to build on.  SOAMESROAD $86,500  Two 66' x 170' lots with view overlooking Keats Island. Older 745 sq. ft.  home situated on one lot & partially encroaching on the other. Close to  ferry. Many possibilities - renovate, rent or remove!  ROBERTS ROAD. STILLWATER  POWELL RIVER $65,000  2'/2 acre hobby farm with an existing 30-40 year older home In a good  state of repair. The square footage is approximately 1.000. 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.  LARGE CORNER LOT $42,500  Good view in Sandy Hook area, serviced with power and water. Owner  will carry balance after down payment, at $189.00 per month P & I.  886-2417  seauiew Place  Hum ioi. aibsona  Harry Howard 886-7307  922-2017  (Vancouuer Ton Free)  Treu Goddard 886-2417  Over 3,000 sq. II. o( living space featuring;) large  open main floor. The firsl class view ol Gibsons  Harbour can be appreciated Irom either the  sundeck oil the living room or ihe large third door  master bedroom with its ensuite and Jacuzzi. The  home has two more bedrooms on the main. All  this on a half acre of guaranteed privacy, Asking  $135,000  LANGDALE  Close lo the ferry on a treed, private street, A  terraced lot with its beautiful stonework is the  selling lor this 5 yr old 3 bedroom home. The  recently enlarged kitchen, with its sliding gl<iss  doors opening to the patio, has soIkI oak cabinets.  Some other features are a warm living room wilh  a cedar accent wall and brick fireplace Utility  workshop area, family room, new carpeting  throughout. All ol this plus a $58,000 * first al  12-%% make this property a must to see Asking  $119,500  HOMES  This super family home has four bedrooms, a  large open living room with a sundeck that looks  out over Howe Sound. The house is situated on a  gently sloping well treed lot. The proximity to the  ferry makes this an ideal set up for thecommuter.  Asking $98,500,  HOUSE ON ACREAGE  This cozy iwo bedroom Huberts Creek horn*' is  on 25 acres of land Jusi minutes from the beach  and  stores  llns  properly is the perfect small  country estate. Asking only $%,500.  m  The vendor will carry $75,000 at 13  quality Gibsons home, Tlte house is a brawl new  18-10 sq. It Ranchei wilh lour bednxm  with ensuite, large family room oil kit  wood stove. Sliding glass door, patios. Hi  237 II. kit This home is a must lo Bet  $137,500  hen with  .jelUOx  Asking  LANGDALE ��� YMCA ROAD  A beautiful setting for a solid family home, The  house is a 1440 sq. It Rancher with lour  bedrooms, large kitchen, living room wilh  fireplace and a lot more The lot is 82 x 162 feet  well landscaped and very private. Asking  $115,000  UNDER CONSTRUCTION ��� GIBSONS  Come in and see the plans for this 1*11-f.su ft. new  home,  WATERFRONT  Gibsons Bluff. A perfect level building site wilh a  fabulous view of Gibsons Harbour from one of the  largest waterfront lots on the bluff Asking  $99,000.  LOTS  HIGH ON A HILL  You gel  i p.inuramic view ol Howe Sound from  thtsGtsii ii Mins view lot. Privacy and level terrain  moke ihit-j an ideal building site. Asking $56,900  KOHI IMS CREEK ��� COACH ROAD  A hah .u te of gently sloping view property in quiet  mi il surroundings. Asking $55,000.  CHERYL ANN PARK ROAD  Large building lol in an area ol quality homes.  Asking $48,000.  GHANTHAMS LOT  Potential View from this building lot hidden  nixingsi ihe irees. Asking $35,500.  ACREAGE  SUBDIVIDABLE ACREAGE  1.25 level acres zoned R2L. Application has been  made with the Highways Dept for a 4 lol  subdivision on this Prall Rd. acreage. Lol sizes  are 61 H' x 195.5'. One lot has a well maintained 2  bedroom, 1540* sq. ft. house on it, This whole  package is a beauty and the asking price is only  $185,000 '  SECHELT PARKLAND  IS aires ol semi -waterfront Intel view properly.  Tins beautiful piece ol land Ixirders ���> natural bird  sanclusiiy and park only seconds Irom ihe  government dock, The real bonus is thai ihe  .toning is muhj family and the package comes wtth  plans and permits lor ii 33 unit condominium  complex Asking $550.1X10  GULF ISLAND WATERFRONT  6< acres with <Ni It of level waterfront on  i ��i ���aiiiitni Hi-ii I Islam! kituiiled between Pender  and GabrMa Islands Thissucludcdrcireot would  make an ideal g/oup purchase. Asking $100,000.

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