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 i  LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Parliament Buildings,  VICTORIA. B.C.  V8V 1X4  82.1  Sunshine Coast since 1945  The Sunshine  Published at Gibsons, B.C.  25' per copy on news stands  Delivered to every address on the Coast  March 10, 1981  Volume 35, Number 10  Blain challenges Goddard  Gibsons access still disputed  - Jolin Burnside photo  The CBC Beachcombers TV show started its tenth record-breaking year last week. Actor Joe Austin, playing mayoralty  candidate Joe O'Corman waves from the election platform.  Architects give advice  Sechelt hears revitalizing ideas  At the Sechelt council meeting on March 4, a West Vancouver  architectural firm gave a slide presentation on examples of urban  design.  Grants are being awarded to municipalities from the provincial  government for downtown revitalization programs. Russell  Chernoff, representative from R.E. Hubert and Partners, made  suggestions to an attentive village council.  Public input was an important ingredient in the decision of  design, council was informed. All those directly involved or  affected in the downtown area should be contacted and asked for  comment as well as key community groups such as the Chamber  of Commerce, historical societies, the Arts Centre and other  special interest groups.  "Consideration should be given to the users of the downtown  area." said Chernoff, "as handicapped people, shoppers and store  owners all have their own design needs."  In deciding the theme, a survey of the existing historical  buildings was suggested as a source for ideas. Then, the  importance of continuity in the theme was stressed.  Similarity in architectural structure, texture, colour schemes,  and building materials in the downtown area would enforce the  theme and maintain its continuity. Chernoff gave the examples of  downtown Victoria where street lighting and colour were kept  Both councils complain  Gas line objections raised  uniform and the use of flower baskets helped in creating the  unique atmosphere. Granville Island's theme is maintained in the  bright colours of the awnings and building materials. Gastown  employs lighting and patterned road work for the continuance of  their theme.  Street furniture, as well as being useful items, could also be used  as decorative accents. Benches, planters, garbage receptacles and  bus shelters could also be kept in theme and add atmosphere to the  walkways in the downtown areas.  The designation of parking areas should have a well-thought  out strategy and be built for future tiered additions. These can also  be an enhancement to the downtown areas by the addition of  shrubs and trees.  Overall, the downtown area should be designed to anticipate  growth explained Chernoff, and proposals should be  recognizable. Construction plans should be made in stages on an  incremental basis.  Mayor Bud Koch said that Sechelt has special problems in  design as it is locked into an isthmus. Chernoff commented that  "sometimes the special problem of an area can be made its asset, as  in the case of Granville Island." He added that the particular  nature of a small town can be built on.  Mr. Chernoff and his assistant MelanieSt. Pierre were thanked  for their informative presentation by council.  The question of the access route to the proposed Gibsons bypass is up in the air again and the Ministry of Municipal Affairs  will be asked to judge the validity of Mayor Goddard's right to  recall the endorsement of Payne Road for reconsideration.  More than twenty people crowded into the public gallery of  Gibsons council chambers last Tuesday evening to hear eight  speakers express conflicting opinions on the subject of council's  decision to endorse Sunnycrest Road as the top priority access  route to the by-pass.  "Council's action on the proposed access route has degenerated  into a political fiasco", said former Gibsons Mayor Lome Blain,  first of the speakers to object to council's recall of the original  endorsement of Payne Road and the substitution of Sunnycrest  Road.  Council recalled the Payne Road endorsement at it s January  31 meeting, a decision based substantially on the strength ofa five-  page report submitted by Municipal Planner Rob Buchan,  favouring Sunnycrest over Payne Road as the principal access  route. Council re-debated the issue at the February 16 Planning  Committee Meeting and endorsed Sunnycrest Road at its regular  meeting February 17.  Mr. Blain accused council of changing its decision "for the  dubious benefit of a handful of merchants", and was critical of the  Planner for approaching council directly after the original  decision had been made.  "As a Village employee the Planner should restrict his actions to  advising the Planning Committee, not urging political actions",  Blain said.  Blain also questioned Mayor Goddard's prerogative of  recalling the Payne Road endorsement under Section 240 of the  Municipal Act, which states:  "(I) The mayor may, at any time within one month after its  adoption, return for reconsideration a by-law, resolution or  proceeding of council which has not had the assent of the electors,  has not been reconsidered by the council under sub-section (3) or  has not been acted on by an officer, servant or agent of the  municipality.  "(2) The mayor may state his objections to the council. The  clerk shall record in the minute book the objections, suggestions  or amendments of the mayor.  "(3) The council shall, as soon as convenient, consider the  objections, and either reaffirm or reject the by-law, resolution or  proceeding, and if rejected, it is deemed to be repealed and isof no  force or effect whatever."  Mr. Blain argued that Mayor Goddard had not clearly stated  any objections when she recalled the Payne Road endorsement  and that therefore the recall was out of order.  . "The Mayor has put the cart before the horse," Blain said/  Gibsons and Sechelt councils will request that Premier Bennett  and the Provincial cabinet reconsider the decision to approve the  southern route for the natural gas pipeline to serve Vancouver  Island.  The village councils received letters from the District of Powell  River last Tuesday night pointing out that the choice of the  southern route, instead of the northern route from Williams Lake  through Powell River, will probably deprive both the Sunshine  Coast and the Squamish area of any hope of receiving natural gas  as an alternate source of energy.  The letter points out that in 1980 the Association of Vancouver  Island Municipalities unanimously supported the northern over  the southern route.  The Economic Development Commission of Powell River is  also circulating a petition protesting the decision by Bennett's  government to award the contract to B.C. Hydro to construct the  pipeline via the southern route.  "/Vow Brad and Eva are  really going to town'  That was the caption painted  on a large sign at the end of the  Community Hall at Gambier  Harbour on Saturday, February 28th to bid a fond 'Farewell'  but not 'Goodbye' to two of the  community's longest residents.  After a combined 87 years on  the Island they are moving to  Gibsons. A farewell tea was  attended by about 40 residents  and a parting gift presented to  the popular couple. John  Newton-Mason of West Bay  donated one of his beautiful  hand carved Goldeneye Ducks  as a remembrance from all  present.  Mrs. Eva Drage arrived on  Gambier Island with her late  husband in 1937. For many  years she helped him run the  local Post Office. She always  maintained a keen interest in  everything taking place on the  Island and gives anyone who  may drop by a warm welcome  in her home. She and her little  dog 'Alfie' will be missed on  their twice daily walks along  the Gambier Road.  Mr. W.S. Bradbury, fondly  known as 'Brad', has lived on  the Island since 1938. In 1946  he helped build the present  road systems which connect the  communities of Gambier Harbour, West Bay, New Brighton  and also Andy's Bay. He also  helped maintain the roads on  Keats, Hopkins, Twin Creeks  and to the south of Gambier at  Camp Fircum & Camp Arta-  ban. After 21 years on the roads  Brad retired in 1963 and has  enjoyed puttering around the  garden, getting the winter  wood supply in and going to  Gibsons for the weekly shopping excursion.  Our loss is Gibsons' gain as  they start their new lives among  many old friends living on the  Sunshine Coast.  The petition points out that the lower mainland of B.C. is  already suffering from urban congestion and that the selection of  the southern route would serve only to aggravate this congestion,  whereas the northern route would open up an area north of the  lower mainland to industrial and residential development.  A four-company consortium had announced the construction  of a Nitrogen Fertilizer complex in the Powell River area if the  northern route were chosen.  No gym in Creek  Last week the Ministry of Education in Victoria  announced that under new regulations Roberts Creek  Elementary School will not be eligible for a full size  gymnasium.  According to the Ministry, only schools that are  expanding, such as Davis Bay and West Sechelt, are eligible  for full gymnasiums and the upgrading of existing schools  may have to wait for as long as two or three years.  For the full story see Jeanie Norton's "Roberts Creek"  column on Page 6.  Hell of a bill  B.C. Tel workers may be on strike, but the company's  computers aren't. In fact, they may be working too hard.  That, or somebody at South Coast Ford in Sechelt has a lot  of friends in far away places.  When Sales Manager Harvey McCracken opened the  company's phone bills for the months of January and  February he found that they added up to a heart-stopping  $37,731.85.  "We knew the rates were going up," McCracken said, "but  this is a bit much."  Animal dumping  Responding to a letter concerning the dumping of animal  carcasses at the Sechelt disposal site, Gibsons Mayor  Lorraine Goddard stated categorically that the municipality  of Gibsons does not use the Sechelt dump for any such  purpose, but uses a site in the Gibsons area.  The Mayor stated that animal carcasses are never left in  the open but buried in an 8 -10 foot deep trench, covered  with lime and back-filled.  "Gibsons is in no way associated with the scene described  in the letter," Mayor Goddard said.  Alderman Larry Trainor, who challenged Mayor Goddard's  right to recall the Payne Road recommendation at the January 31  council meeting, requested that Mr. Blain's written submission be  included in the minutes and that the irregularities suggested by  Mr. Blain be forwarded to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs for  adjudication to determine, whether the Mayor's ruling was in  order under Section 240.  A delegation of residents of Davis Road, represented by Mr.  Fredrickson, expressed deep concern about the possible extension  of Sunnycrest Road below Highway 101 as recommended by the  Department of Highways, which would cut the one block long  street in half.  Fredrickson pointed out that Davis Road is a quiet residential  area and said, "We who settled on Davis Road complied with the  regulations and building codes required by the Village. Now it's  up to the Village to live up to its part of the bargain."  Fredrickson and Donald Scott both questioned Alderman  Strom's decision to change her support from the Payne Road  access to the Sunnycrest route. In the course of an impassioned  plea for the Payne Road access, Ian Mackenzie even suggested  that "other councillors" had pressured Alderman Strom into  changing her vote.  Please turn to. Page Twenty.  ON THE INSIDE...  Trower in concert page 2  Entertainment page 4  Sechelt Library  page 5  R.C. hall/gym scotched page 6  Fleming: A new pattern for youth page 8  Tim Berdays in trouble! page 9  First Motocross March 15 page 12  Smoke your own fish page 13  Classified ads pages 16,17 & 18  More letters  page 18 & 19  Business Directory page 19  1  Supt. John Denley makes his statement about the controversial educational retreat (see slory below) while Secretary-Treasurer  Roy Mills listens.  Points to factual inaccuracies  Supt. Denley defends ^retreat'  by John Burnside  Superintendent John Denley of School District M6 took issue  with 'inaccurate reporting' in the Coast News at the School Board  meeting of Thursday, March 5. The article in question was an  editorial entitled "Of principals, priorities, and the Pender  experience" which appeared in the Coast News of February 17.  The editorial was critical of an educational retreat for the  principals of the area at the International Plaza Hotel in North  Vancouver which was held the week after the school board turned  down a request from the Pender Aquatic Society for school board  assistance with the operating funds for Pender swimming pool.  Denley told the school trustees that the concept of educational  retreats met with general approval and was in part paid for by  professional development funding of the B.C. Teachers  Federation.  The superintendent of schools said that the 'hospitality suite'  mentioned in the editorial was in fact a 'parlour room' which was  donated for the use of the retreat by the hotel management.  The chairman of the school board. Don Douglas, was present  throughout the educational retreat as a guest, as was the  superintendent. Superintendent Denley said that his role at the  retreat was to present a paper to the principals on leadership and  to participate in the discussions.  Denley took particular exception to an allegation which  appeared in the editorial that he had spent an extra two days at  the. International Plaza Hotel before going off on accreditation  business at Maple Ridge for the Department of Education.  "1 returned to the Sunshine Coast on Saturday evening at the  conclusion of the retreat and, in fact, came over on the ferry that  evening with the chairman of the evening, Irustec Bruce  Puchalski", said Denley.  In the same vein. Denley told the trustees that by Sunday  afternoon he was touring Maple Ridge Secondary School in  company with several administrators of the area and by 8 am.  Monday morning was meeting the students of Maple Ridge  Secondary.  Superintendent Denley was the chairman of an accreditation  team for the Department of Education and he pointed out that it  was common practice when schools were to be accredited that  school districts release their administrators for the purpose.  "The same thing happened here at Pender Harbour and at  Chatelech when they were facing accreditation procedures." said  Denley. "All funds for accreditation procedures are paid by the  Department of Education," said Denley.  On a reference in the editorial to himself 'hiding behind ,he  skirts of Secretary-Treasurer Roy Mills', Denley said, "Mr. Mills  is not that kind of a boy. Mr. Mills does not consider his primary  concern to be my guardian angel," said Denley.  Denley suggested that the chairman of the school board should  on this one occasion write to the Coast News correcting the misstatements.  Trustee Brian Hodgins of Bowen Island was quick to agree with  Superintendent Denley. "1 was bothered by that attack when I  read it on the ferry." said Hodgins, "and I move that the chairman  write to the newspaper correcting the statement."  Hodgins also seized the opportunity to make a statement about  the role of school trustees. "Give it to us," he urged the newpapers.  "I hate to see administrators getting it in the neck for carrying out  our wishes." r  The  Sunshine.  Coast News, March 10, 1981  A LOCALLY OWNED NEWSPAPER  Published at Gibsons. B.C. every  Tuesday, by Glassford Press Ltd.  Boa 460, Gibsons. VON 1V0  Phone 886-2622 or 886-7817  Pender Harbour enquiries, and all others, If  no answer from 666 numbers call 865-2770  I*CNA  Editorial Department:  John Burnside  John Moore  Fran Bourassa  Advertising Department:  Bradley Benson  Fran Berget  Copysetting:  Wendy-Lynne Johns  Lise Sheridan  Connie Hawke  Accounts Department:  MM Joe  I  ^^ SUBSCRIPTION RATES:  Canada S24.00 per year, $15.00 for six months  United States $25.00 per year, Foreign $28.00 per year  Distributed free to all addresses on the Sunshine Coast.  Second Class Mail Registration No. 4702  Production Department:  Pal Tnpp  Nancy Conway  Sham R  Sohn  Lyn Fabio  Circulation  Michael Nozmski  An apology and a commendation  An apology is in order from Ihe editor of  the Coast News to the Superintendent of  Schools. Denley did not stay two extra  nighls at the International Plaza Hotel in  North Vancouver. An informant made an  assumption. The attempt to corroborate  that assumption was stymied by conflict of  newspaper deadline and hotel office hours.  At that point it was decided to go with it  because il was probably correct. That  decision was a mistake and the apology  due is here tendered.  Having said that, it may well also be  worth saying that the discrepancy in  attitude which sends principals off on an  educational retreat for two days for a  comparable sum which could not be found  to keep the Pender pool operating for a  year remains a discrepancy in attitude.  It now looks as though the Pender  Aquatic Society, as it has done so many  times before, is going to put community  first and regroup and continue lo operate  the pool and their decision is to be  commended.  As perhaps a final statement on the  controversy over the I'ender Harbour  poo], it should be borne in mind that the  Aquatic Society was required to have its  budget prepared by October .11. At that  time there appeared on the provisional  school board budget the sum of $5,000 to  be contributed towards the operation of  the Pender pool. When the final school  board budget came down in February,  four months after the deadline for the  budget of the Aquatic Society, that  provision had been changed.  The Aquatic Society feels that an  undertaking of support was given. The  school board denies it, but even if no  undertakings were given the Aquatic  Society's difficulty stemmed from a change  in the school board budget and the  difficulty could have been corrected if the  school board had had the grace to  recognize the needs of the society for at  least this year. That they chose not to do so  was a graceless decision and speaks ill of  their sense of the fitness of things and, yes.  their priorities.  Protest is justified  We would commend both village  councils for the promptness with which  they registered their objections to the  bypassing of the Sunshine Coast by the  natural gas line to Vancouver Island. This  petulant and expedient decision by the  provincial government will have the effect  of  denying   the   Sunshine   Coast   of a  domestic alternative to oil as a heating  source possibly in perpetuity.  We would draw the attention of our  readers to the clip-out coupon on Page Six  of this week's paper and also to the petition  which will be circulating on this side of the  Strait of Georgia. This decision must be  protested.  from the files of the COAST NEWS  FIVE YEARS AGO  32 out 39 people at last Thursday's  meeting called by the Justice Development Commission voted in favour of a  recommendation to the federal government stating in effect that capital  punishment should be retained and  reinforced.  Gibsons RCMP have expressed their  thanks to those who helped in the 16  hour search for an 11 year old  Coquitlam boy. Michael Hardy spent a  cold night under a log in below  freezing weather in the woods near the  YMCA camp at Langdale.  TEN YEARS AGO  A petition containing more than 200  names was sent to the Regional  District Board complaining about the  domestic water costs  Mr. Fred Kirkham of Reed Road held  an open house to celebrate his 97th  birthday. Close to 50 friends and  relatives attended.  Mayor William Swain of Sechelt's  council will send a legal description of  Crown property adjoining Sechelt. lots  1472. 1646. to Honourable R.G.  Willistone recommendation the area  be made available to Sechelt for park  and recreation purposes  FIFTEEN YEARS AGO  The Hospital Improvement District  was advised that under new legislation  the department of municipal affairs will  assume supervisory control over the  district in September 1965, the comptroller of water rights relinquishing  such duties.  Aldersprings Road, Wyngaert Road.  Stewart Road, Gower Point Road and  O'Shea Road will be paved this year.  Gibsons council awarded the contract  to H.Williamson of Haney for $10,129.  TWENTY YEARS AGO  Thirty-five persons attended the  meeting of Gibsons and Area Ratepayers Association to hear Doctor D.L.  Johnstone of Gibsons speak on  nuclear fallout. Two civil defence  officials also appeared at the Sechelt  Council meeting on the same subject.  Mr. Merrick and Mr. Snider explained  the co-ordinated civil defence for this  area to council and said there will be  trained radiation monitors in the area  in case of fall-out.  Over 300 people attended the First  Sunshine Coast Drama Festival held at  Pender Harbour High School.  The first phase of the Gibsons  United Church has now been completed.  TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO  It is announced by Mr. Mainwaring of  B.C. Electric that power will be  supplied to the Sunshine Coast next  October on a Vancouver rate schedule.  John MacDonald sells his farm to  Keith Wright of M & W for future  development. (Now Sunnycrest Plaza)  Ben Lang's new Georgian block in  Gibsons has the Public Health Department upstairs as well as the School  Board offices.  THIRTY YEARS AGO  Heavy snowstorms have been plaguing the Sunshine Coast for the last  five days. The M.V. Gulf Mariner left  many potential passengers on the  wharf at Sechelt as landing would have  been too risky.  Gibsons Volunteer Fireman will hold  their first open house. Local merchants  paid tribute to the department with a  centre spread including photographs  of all the firemen. These men included:  Fire Chief Wilfred Gray, assistant Fire  Chief Eric Inglis, and firemen, Richard  Fitchett, Bud Fisher, Norman McKay,  Fred Feeney, Robert Calder, Dougals  Davies, John Wilson, James Drum-  mond, Robert Emerson, Robert Wilson, John Bunyan, Rocky Gray,  Clarence Sicotte, Jack Fitchett, Robert  Norris and Charles Lowther.  THIRTY-FIVE YEARS AGO  It was urged by the Gibsons and  District Board of Trade that a resident  policeman be installed in Gibsons at  their monthly meeting.  $50,000 for the construction of roads  in the Sechelt area will be included in  the program for new road construction  for the Province of British Columbia in  this year's budget.  Porpoise Bay - Waterfront lots, Good  anchorage, from $160. Gibsons Landing - Five high elevation lots. Prices  $350 and up. Gower Point - 3 lots - $400  each. Good beach, over 1 acre each lot.  Grantham's Landing, about 19.10. When F.C. Grantham purchased District Lot  687 from George Glassford in 1909, he chose this site for a resort village. Every  home���most of them summer cottages during many years���was built within sight  of the public dock. Community effort added floats for small craft, a hall, and a  tennis court. In conjunction with Hopkins, annual regattas were inaugurated.  Rams installed in Soames Creek pumped fresh water to tanks that supplied not  only Granthams but also the main section of Gibson's Landing until long after  Helen McCall had snapped this picture. Photo courtesy Ross Gibson and  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum. I..R. Peterson  Musings  John Burnside  Ingredients of Delight  All the ingredients of delight were in the Sunshine  Coast Arts Centre last Saturday night when Peter Trower  and the group of back-up musicians he has been pleased to  call Industrial Accident, after  one of his poems, provided  the entertainment to an overflow crowd of well over one  hundred people.  The crowd had come to' be  entertained and they were not  disappointed in that regard.  Under the leadership of Terry  Cowderoy the music provided  was very good indeed and  Trower's words, when you  could hear them, had the  authentic stamp of poetic  magic.  If there is a complaint from  this corner, and it is acknowledged that there were  many expressions of delight  and surprise from the audience between sets and at the  end of the concert, it is that  the words got lost too often.  Trower is on to something  potentially very exciting in his  fusion of music and poetry.  Music adds dimensions of  magic and the potential of  these flexible and talented  musicians, the brooding magnetic stage presence of Trower  and the high fine quality of  Trower's words could be a  combination which could scale  all the heights of excellence.  The potential is there but it  is the opinion here that a very  promising concept and its  highly talented practitioners  arc beginning to take a wrong  turn. For me the highlight of  the affair came early when  Terry Cowderoy and his marvellously flexible and supportive guitar teamed up with  Trower for a spoken version of  the poem Overhead Crane.  Other poems were lost to  questionable diction and overpowering drums. Barry  Krangle, whose energy and  talent are undoubted and  invaluable in the endeavour,  should perhaps consider the  use of brushes. There were  times when the words of a  very fine poet were being  obliterated by yet another  heavy-handed drummer boy  and there was no one there to  hear the drums.  Trower, himself, if it is  singing that he wants to do,  must assume some responsibility for his singing diction  as he years ago did for his  spoken.  And while everyone there  was full of appreciation for the  work of Terry Cowderoy, it is  Cowderoy's task as Trower's  musical collaborator to ensure  that the balance between  music  and  words   is   main  tained in favour of the words.  There was the appetite in  the audience for more poetry,  good though the music was.  Perhaps a middle 'set' of  Trower and poetry between  the heavier musical segment  of the performance. It is  unacceptable for a man with  as much excellent material as  Trower to turn away an eager  and overflowing crowd because 'he has nothing rehearsed'.  This may be a case where  familiarity is breeding discontent. I know every poem  and song that Trower performed. I was stationed near  the front and .1 was giving it  my best attention and I heard  the words clearly of only a  couple of poems - or songs if  the distinction is more  fashionable.  As a singer, Trower is improving. He is benefitting  from his association with  Cowderoy and, again, the  combination of poetry, music  and song is a first-rate and  exciting concept. It would be  fitting if all concerned would  remember that it was the  poetry that people came for.  A few years ago Bob Dylan  was touring with The Band, as  fine a group of musicians as  any practising the craft. There  was a point, however, when it  was just Dylan and his acoustic guitar and a stool. The  audience loved it and, in  truth, it was probably what  they came for.  I have no wish to be discouraging to Trower and  Industrial Accident. What  they did was very good  indeed. Greatness, however,  is within their reach and  should be grasped. The surest  way of grasping it, the ingredient that makes the group  more than just another good  band, is the poetry of a very  fine poet and there really  aren't too many of those  around.  The words, gentlemen,  have respect for the words.  They deserve it and Trower is  not being well-served by his  collaborators if his fascination  with the persona of blues-  shouter is exercised at the  expense of the first-rate poet  he also is. Besides being a  poet, Trower has become a  compelling performer. All of  the ingredients are there for  delight. Some refined and  disciplined attention must,  however, be paid to the  mixing or a dynamic potential  will be mis-used.  Industrial Poem  Thai night. Slim Ahernathy  pushed the wrong button and wrapped his best friend  three times around a drive-shaft  in directions the hones won't bend.  They shut her down and eased him out  broken most ways a man can break  yet he clung lo his ruin for twenty-four hours  like a man to a life-raft for his death's sake.  Bul they'd hardly hurried him away from there  as we stood around shockdrunk, incapable of help  when they cranked those expensive wheels up again  and started rolling more goddamn pulp.  "Hamburger for lunch tonight, boys!"  joked a foreman to the crew.  I wished he'd smelted our hale but he never even flinched  as Ihe red-flecked sheets came through.  Peter Trower  from the book "Going for Coffee"  published by Harbour Publishing  Slings & Arrows  George Matthews  $  >%  w  When trade unionists have  a need to apply some pressure  on the capitalist classes to  have a contract signed, it  usually is a simple matter  of "down tools", "hit the  bricks" and "damn the  scabs". It can be a very  effective, and often the only,  tactic open to a union man to  improve his lot. When it  comes to white collar types  and members of so-called professional associations, however, things get a little more  complicated.  Take the teachers for  example. They're very unhappy right now because the  provincial government won't  give them the same pension  indexing privileges as other  government employees. In  fact they're so damn mad,  they are talking about going  on strike for a day. Despite the  fact that they are being given  enthusiastic support for this  tactic by their students (as  long as the teachers pick a  sunny spring day), this isn't  likely to get them too far with  the government. Every day  the teachers go out, the  government saves three or  four million. The only response teachers are likely to  get from militant action is for  the government to tell them to  take two days so they can  balance the provincial budget.  Then we have the doctors.  They want a raise in excess of  40 per cent. You don't hear  them talking strike. They  know damn well there aren't  enough golf courses in all of  B.C. to hold them all if they  walk off the job.  No, the doctors have conceived of a much cleverer  tactic - one from which  the teachers could learn a  great deal. The doctors have  decided on a tactic they  euphemistically call "balanced billing". What this means  is, they set their own fees  and what the government  doesn't pay for, the docs  charge the customer. Let's say  fixing a broken finger is  worth twenty bucks. If the  government pays only fifteen  for broken fingers then the doc  charges you the extra five.  This seems a much more  sensible approach to the  problem of what the white  collars should do when they  need a little more than they  have. Teachers should take a  page from the doctors' book  and try the same approach. If  they don't have enough to  give themselves a secure  retirement, maybe they  should raise a few bucks on  their own by offering "balanced billing" education. Not  only   could   this   tactic   be  enormously effective in providing teachers with the  extra funds needed for a  decent retirement, but it could  have a great educational  benefit.  Imagine the "balanced billing" or "fee for service"  classroom. Certainly the teacher would have to give one  free lesson before he started  collecting fees. After all, the  people already pay for basic  education. But after the basic  lesson has been taught, the  teacher could really start  raking it in.  "Now class, that is the  lesson for today. Turn to page  28 in your workbook and we  will practice what you have  just learned."  "Please Sir. What page was  that?"  "That will be fifteen cents,.  Smith.... Thank you. That's  page 28."  "Sir. Will you come and tell  me if I've done this one  right?"  "Desk calls are twenty-five,  cents, Bascombe. You know  my fee schedule."  "May I come to vou then  sir?"  "Yes, Bascombe. The first  visit is free."  "Now   sir.    Is   this   one  right?"  "No."  "What's wrong with it,  sir?"  "You have made two errors  in addition and one in multiplication."  "Where sir?"  "That will be a nickel each  for the addition and thirty-  five cents for the multiplication."  "I don't have change sir."  "I'll send you my bill at  the end of the month."  With a balanced billing  education system like this, a  good teacher should be able  to make fifty or sixty dollars  a day. A poor teacher could  make hundreds. Not only  would this solve the teachers'  pension problems in a much  more productive way than a  one day strike, but it would  ensure that the students  would pay very close attention  to their lessons. Further, ij  would completely eliminate  the need for report cards;  When the balanced billing  education bill arrived at home  every month, the parent would  know exactly where his child  stood.  As far as labour unions are  concerned, let them man the  picket lines and good luck  to them. But when it comes to  the white collar crowd, give  them "balanced billing':'  every time: doctors, lawyers  and yes, even teachers. '���  I  1  afattaaaMaM  k*ata>*MMa tarn  Letters to the Editor  Coast News, March 10, 1981  Who needs a soap-opera?  Editor:  After 2 months of reading  John Burnside's editorials,  Musings; and Roy Mill's letters  - plus Maryanne West's column, I feel I don't need to  watch a soap opera!  Putting all these together  and reading Maureen Lee's  letter last week - maybe us poor  taxpayers should sit up and  take notice of what John and  Maryanne have been trying to  tell us about where our school  tax dollars are going.  It's a wonder Pender Harbour residents haven't wanted  an old fashioned lynching party  knowing 'their' pool only  needed $5,000 of school board  money. When $1,500 approx.  was spent on rooms alone for  the "educational retreat" (that's  a conservative estimate).  As I helped pay for that  'retreat' I hope we see some  good results come out of it. 1  certainly hope the sandbox  idea wasn't a "Plaza plaything"  at $2,200 each and that these  will not be an added feature to  our elementary schools with all  the health hazards they bring.  A rumour that seems to be  around this community is the  fact that the school board is  thinking of employing yet  another assistant superintendent, which would bring the  grand total of assistants to 3.  Re-reading John Burnside's  musings of Jan. 13th, it makes  you wonder with this age of  efficiency and computerization  why we even need 2 now. It  sounds like too many chiefs  and not enough Indians.  It's rather frightening to read  Burnside's Musings of Feb.  24th and I hope for the  children's sake he is wrong, and  in the future teachers will no  longer seem to be the low man  on the very high totem pole.  At times it must be frustrating to Maryanne trying to  report school board meetings  and generally keeping the  public up to date with correct  information, when many meetings of which she states seem to  be "all cut & dried" and very  routine. Thank you Maryanne  as someone should publicize  them.  With the budget of about $10  million, the school board have,  I feel sure all us taxpayers are  glad John and Maryanne do  their jobs of monthly editorials  and reporting and generally  keeping us informed and I hope  they continue to do so and  make us aware of where the  dollars are being spent.  Thank you Mr. Mills for  pointing out errors and omissions in articles and giving the  school board side of the  situations.  It would be nice to see  monies going directly back into  the classrooms to upgrade the  present standards and maybe  offer more things to help the  students in their future. For  example, those students that  want to go to university for  either engineering or business  have to have a course of  calculus and this right now is  By-pass needed now  Editor:  About a year ago 1 sought  and received public spirited  help from the Coast News. I  asked that pictures and stories  about local traffic conditions  appear more frequently in the  news in order to arouse public  interest in getting work on the  Gibsons by-pass started.  Thanks Coast News and also  Mr. Duncan Sim of Pender  Harbour and local Social  Crcditers who made a grass  roots effort to have work begin  on the by-pass this year.  Opposition has arisen from  some of Gibsons Council and  merchants who want Sunny  crest road as the entrance to the  by-pass rather than Payne  Road chosen by the Highways  Department.  I suggest the travelling public  and local residents make their  views known immediately to  the Minister of Highways, Mr.  Fraser, Parliament Buildings,  Victoria. Write, wire or phone.  We may yet lose the by-pass if  local opposition is too great.  Please ask Mr. Fraser to  support the decision of his  highway engineers and begin  work on the by-pass right  away.  Yours truly  Ian J. MacKenzie  Caution advised  Editor:  Advertisements by the Federal Business Development  Bank offering financial assistance to persons and firms who  wish to start, modernize or  expand a business are appearing in local papers. A representative of the Bank will be in  Sechelt March II, 1981.  Persons considering responding to this advertisement  should consult their lawyer  before signing any application  or other document. There are  some clauses in these forms  that could result in a very  serious loss to an unsuspecting  applicant.  For example, if an applica-  A poison pen  Editor:  . In last week's "Letters to  thf Editor" Howie White  n aue many personal slander-  o is remarks concerning me  and my property. He would  make a great poison pen  writer. Sorry Howie I'm not  even   going   to   attempt   to  not taught in government high  schools. I'm sure there would  be no trouble in spending  money improving basic education!  M. Frisch  To keep his pants up  Editor:  With all the wordy comment  from Mr. Mills it is hard to see  any point; but a few seem to  jump from the page. He signs  everything Secretary-Treasurer, Board of School Trustees.  So we would assume he probably writes it all on school  board time, on school board  paper, with a school board pen;  and then has a school board  typist type it all out on more  school board paper and put it  in a school board envelope,  with a school board stamp and  mail it off in the school board  mail.  No wonder there is no money  for our pool, as usual it is all  used up in "Administrative  Costs" holding up the pants of  another bureaucrat, who has  nothing better to do with his  time than to rationalize his  existence to someone, even if it  is himself.  M. Menzies  Madeira Park  P.S. If the school only uses the  tennis courts 50% of the time,  will they only put up 'A a net?  Daffodil sale begins  tion is approved by FBDB and  for any reason the person or  firm is unable to proceed with  the project, the FBDB will  pursue the matter strenuously,  through the Courts if necessary, and the applicant may end  up having to pay several  thousands of dollars in standby  fees, interest, penalties and  costs, even though not one cent  has been advanced to him by  FBDB.  Financing through a friendly  banker is to be preferred.  Yours very truly  J. Mervyn Boucher, LLB  President  Sechelt Ratepayers Assn  Editor:  Every year the Canadian  Cancer Society has a daffodil  sale to provide some additional  financial support for its work.  This year it will be two weeks  earlier than usual because of  the early growing season, and  will be held on the Sunshine  Coast on Friday, March 13.  It may be asked why, because  of Terry Fox's Marathon of  Hope, the Cancer Society is  continuing its usual fund  raising campaigns this year.  The answer is simply that Terry  Fox ran the Marathon to raise  funds for cancer research, and  though the Cancer Society may  administer those funds for  research, none of the money  raised by Terry will be used for  other essential Society projects  and services.  Moreover, although the  magnificent total raised by  Terry was far beyond his  wildest dreams, it will be  expended on research facilities  and personnel in centres all  across Canada, and not merely  in this province where he lives.  In addition to Terry Fox  money for special research the  Cancer Society will continue to  devote 60% of its campaign  funds towards previously existing cancer research work.  The Cancer Society still  needs all the public support it  can get for its routine work,  which reaches into every community. This includes public  and school education programs  about health hazards, such as  smoking, and good health  habits. This means providing  literature and films for volunteers to use, such as Ron Seal  used recently for teachers in  Elphinstone School. The Services to Patients program, run  in our area by Patti Malcolm,  offers information, transportation, and emotional support  to cancer patients, and financial aid where needed. Fran  Ovens helps this program by  talking to women's groups and  patients about breast cancer.  The Vancouver Lodge of the  Cancer Society provides cheerful accommodation and services for out of town people  receiving treatment at the  adjacent Cancer Clinic.  Financial support for the  Daffodil Sale will continue to  provide another source of  funds for the fight against  cancer.  Sincerely,  N.J. Godkin  OOPS!  In last week's ad for the  Suncoast Players Annual General Meeting, we erroneously  printed that the meeting would  be held in the Legion Hall,  Gibsons, rather than the correct location, the Legion Hall,  Sechelt.  We apologize for any confusion this error caused.  SPECIALS!  SALT WATER  TAFFY  SCOTCH  MINTS  correct all the inaccurate,  inane statements in your  letter. I will keep my personal  opinion of you and the use of  Government grants to myself,  so as not to lower myself to  your level.  Yours truly,  Robi Peters  Reg. $3.49 Ib.  $2.59 Ib.  Reg. $3.50 lb.  $2.45 Ib.   jjs  Hours: Tues. - Sat.,  11 am - 4 pm  libsons Landing1  886-7522  More letters on  pages  18&19  To celebrate the  First  Anniversary  of the New  Trail Bay Centre  One:   Each customer will be entered in a draw  for Free Gift.  Two:   The 3rd, 9th, and 15th customer will  receive a Free Flower Arrangement.  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Except for  occasional visits, I have removed myself from my double's  bailiwick. To all intents and  purposes, it should mark an  end to the annoying incidents.  But I have not quite heard the  last of my doppelganger.  A few more years flip off the  calendar.  "In the south wing of Oakalla  Prison  among  meek-looking men  who've committed the ultimate  crime  ami murderous-looking men  who've written hail cheques  where the barred drums climb  lour tiers to the ceiling  and awful things have been  done beyond green doors  someone nudges my side  saying: 'Hiya, Jimmy, howin-  hell's she going?'  Never heard that you'd been  made!"  Needless to say. my name is  not "Jimmy" but I am most  assuredly in the slammer. How  I end up there is not that  germane to this particular  chronicle. Suffice to say that 1  am caught in very minor  violation of a very undemocratic law, draw a hard-line  magistrate and end up with a  month in the pokey plus a  $1,000 fine. 1 have been  assigned as a cleaner or trusty  to the maximum-security wing.  It is a spartan, forbidding place  that houses death-row and the  gallows among other medieval  delights. I am utterly traumatized for the first few days but  by the time the old lag accosts  me, I have somewhat adjusted  Pages  from a Life-Log  Peter Trower  to the frightening reality  ol  prison.  "/ turn to a man I have never  seen before  a iunkie Punch with a witch's  quarter-moon smirk  who searches my eyes with the  look of a longlosl brother  who wears the scars of too  much smack and disgrace  knowing he knows me knowing: 'Jesus, ain't you...''  Could have sworn you  was  Jimmy Dunsworth. Sorry hud.'  The smile slipping like smoke  from the hooked face,  he slopes off shaking his head."  I am not about to leave it at  that. After all this time, here is a  guy who actually knows my  nefarious look-alike by name.  While I am in this unpleasant  place, I might as well try and  find out something about him.  He has caused me some damn  bad moments over the years.  There is still a lumpy scar on  the inside of my lip.  I wait until yard-time; then  corner the battered old con. He  is still confused by my resemblance to the junkie I now  know as Jimmy Dunworth.  "Gooddammit, you guys look  enough alike to be bloody  twins!" he marvels. "You sure  you ain't really Jimmy putting  me on?"  Although I swear up and  down that I am not, I don't  think he ever entirely believes  me. Nonetheless, he fills me in  on a few details about the  doppelganger who has haunted  .ft  #*1  c%P  CLOSED  March 1 to IS Inclusive  o  Teredo Square,  Sechelt  Gibsons Legion Branch  Presents  '109  *l��  �����  SUNRISE  Fri. & Sat.  March 13th & 14th  all  Members & Guests Only  TV A XT/^TTt        ^J  I  DANCE  y       for Members & Guests  J* in the  J$   Gibsons Legion Hall   �����  Saturday, March 14th   J  9 pm -1 am  Music by SUNRISE  Sunrisers Raymond Spence, Barry McGavin, Tom  Tinsley & Stephan Garrett all have vast  professional musical experience scaling the range  from classical through country & blues  fto rock, jazz & "Big Band".  Playing their own compositions  as well as popular hits,  they make music guaranteed  fjKjL      to get all toes tapping!  3 Members and  %Guests Only!  the fringes of my life for so  long.  "Jimmy and me grew up in  the East End together. He come  from a big family and his old  man was a real mean bastard.  Worked on Ihe docks. Even  time he got drunk, he'd slap his  old lady around and the kids  loo, Jimmy was the oldesl and  he got the worst of it, Made him  pretty mean too, When he was  about fourteen, he went alter  the old bastard with a two-by-  four. Heat the sonofabilch up  so had. he goddamn near died.  Ihey threw Jimmy in reform  school for that.  When he got out of there, he  took to the streets and started  living by his wits. He was a  pretty good thief and he made  out, Wc went on a few scores  togelher when he needed  another guy bul he mostly liked  to work alone. Still docs. He's a  real loner when it comes to guys  but he likes the broads. Generally has at least one of them on  the string.  Course you know he's a  smackhead. We both got  turned on to junk when we was  about sixteen. Jimmy keeps it  under control better than I do.  though. Don't let his habil  build up too bad. He's a luck\  bastard too. Hardly done an>  time since he was in Juvenile  Home. Hell. I'm in and out ol  the slam pretty regular but nol  Dunworth. Must have a rab.  bit's foot or something. He's  beaten beefs where anyone else  would have fell heavy."  "Think I must have been his  alibi half the time." 1 laugh  wryly. I tell him about some of  the incidents.  "Yeah, looking like Jimmy  could get you in grief all right."  agrees the old con who's name  js Dusty Schultz. "He's rubbed  a lot of people the wrong way.  But he really ain't too bad of a  guy if he likes you. Hell, he's  done me some good favours.  But like I say, he's a real lone  wolf. Don't make friends easy.  Sometimes you don't see him  for months. They say he just  holes up in a pad someplace  with a broad and reads. He's an  awful guy for reading. Maybe  that gives him a bit of an edge  on the rest of us when it comes  to smarts."  Dusty tells me a few more  things of little consequence  Bul at least I now have a rough  picture of Jimmy Dunworth  He certainly wouldn't win ain  good citizen awards but he  doesn't sound like a mad-dot  psychopath either. And the  part about the reading strikes ;i  definite chord. Who knows,  maybe he's even a closet poet.  The oddness of that fancy is  hard to grasp. I try to imagine  what strange and hitter poems  he might compose. He seems  human to me now rather than  some nameless, inimical cipher  stalking my life.  My brief unwanted stint in  Oakalla is soon up. 1 literally  dance past the guntowers and  out through those bleak penal  gates.  It is the last time Jimmy  Dunworth's shadow will impinge on my life. A few months  later. I see in the papers that hi  has been gunned down in an  abortive robbery. My doppel-  ganger's luck has run out on  him at last. I feel an odd twinge  of something like relief mingled  with a peculiar and illogical  regret. My nemesis is gone foi  good and yet in a strange way, 1  feel as though I have lost some  Hawed and unknown brother.  "At last I learned your name.  my doppelganger  you. the parallel me who shared  ihis face  we shall walk at erosspurposes  always and never meet  in any unlucky alh\ ihis side of  peace."  Suncoast Players to hold  annual general meeting  The Suncoast Players first  Annual General Meeting will  be held in the Legion Hall.  Sechelt. on the evening of  Friday, March 13a lucky  omen? It promises to be a bash,  both socially and business-  wise.  Society members will be  convening at 7 pm. for a Grand  Buffet Banquet to be presented  by the Ladies' Auxiliary under  the direction of member Gabe  Banyay one of North America's few. fully-qualified master  chefs and proprietor of  Tammy's Pacific Foods Ltd.  On the business side, the  General Meeting will be called  to order around 8:30 pm. It will  be open to the public -all  interested or considering joining the Society are welcome to  attend. The agenda will include  the election of officers to direct  progress, proposals for upcoming productions���three are  planned before year's end���  and. most important, a report  of the Society's progress towards meeting its Constitutional commitment to establish  a performing-arts centre on the  Coast.  Stephen Lack stars in "Scanners .  At the Twilight  A zany comedy and a Canadian-made science fiction film  form the programme at the  Twilight Theatre this week.  Wednesday through Saturday, March 11-14, the zany  comedians familiar to all who  watch TV, Don Knorts and  Tim Conway, are featured in  The Private Eyes.  Sunday through Tuesday,  March 15-17, The Scanners, is  described as an intelligent  surprise. The film is a  thoughtful examination of  mental telepathy and mind  control which contains enough  classic horror elements to  attract even the most bloodthirsty of moviegoers.  Family Film series  The series has been extended to two additional  weeks. On Friday, March 13,  there will be a special presentation of 'The 5000 Fingers of  Dr. T\ considered to be one of  Hollywood's best fantasies.  This 1953 film was devised by  Dr.   Seuss   and   stars   Hans  Conried and Tommy Rettig.  A boy has a nightmare about  a cruel piano teacher who  rules over a land where kidnapped youngsters are forced  to play the piano.  Showtime is 7:30 in the  Roberts Creek Elementary  School library. Children 50C,  Adults $1.50.*  Community Forum  Channel Ten  Entertainment Scene  Pender Harbour to Sechelt  Garden Bay Hotel  Art & Jim, Fri. Only  Jolly Roger Inn  Lee & Mike. Fri. & Sat.  Cafe Pierrot Closed til March 16  Sechelt Legion Sunshine Ramblers, Fri. Only  Roberts Creek to Gibsons  Peninsula Hotel  Blue Prince, Fri. & Sat.  The Cedars Inn Re-Opening Soor  Gibsons Legion Sunrise, Fri. & Sat  ��� Courtcsv of Horizon Music  GIBSONS CHANNEL TEN  Tuesday, March 10  SECHELT CHANNEL TEN  Thursday, March 12  6:00 p.m. "Suncoast Happenings" ��� Part One.  Coast Ten Television is  pleased to introduce to  our viewers the new  members of the Community Broadcasting 11 class  who have produced and  directed this week's  show. Brian Beard anchors their first news  show which features Ann  Watt with the headlines  and the feature of the  week with Lisa Fret-  well and Diane Parry.  Sports reporter is Peter  Goodwin. Included in this  show will be a special  production by "Dream  Beam" video centre. This  show was created by  Andrew Krumins and is  on loan to us by the  Sunshine Coast Arts Centre.  "Suncoast Happenings"  Part Two.  Last Wednesday. March  5 the Community Broadcasting 11/12 class had  (heir second live phone-in  show with the grade 7  classes      from      Cedar  Grove. Langdale, and  Gibsons Elementary  Schools. The purpose of  the show was to open the  phone lines via cable  television to allow the  grade 7 students to visit  with Elphinstone staff  members. Bob Graham  and Dave Richardson.  This program was taped  for you and will be replayed this week.  "The   Knowledge  Network"  Part Three.  The KNOW Network is  now established in British  Columbia and we are fortunate to have a sample  of their programming.  This show was taped live  and is a satellite/University of B.C. phone-in  show. The title is "Making Lifestyle Choices"  and concerns cancer, wild  cells and the study of  cancer research for high  school science programs.  Join us this week for a  variety of special interest  television productions. If  you have ideas for community television contact  us. We are Coast Ten  Television, c/o Elphinstone. Box 770, Gibsons,  B.C. VON IVO.  Gibsons Harbour Business Association  LET'S  GO!  r��  Tickets  available at:  Gibsons  Fish Market  Gibsons  Girl & Guy Salon  The  Landing  General Store  ,��  Saturday March 21 ��� 8 pm - 1 am  (above Ken's Lucky Dollar)  Music by the  "PENN KINGS"  ��� Refreshments ��� Prizes ��� Bar  $20.00 per COUple (Limited Tickets)  EVERYONE WELCOME!  Ellinpham s  4   Astrology  by Rap Ellingham  Week commencing March 9.  General Milieu: Action-planet  Mars leaves Pisces and enters  Aries where it will act vigorously and selfishly. We'll all  experience a speeding up ol our  personal affairs. Mars in Aries  means thoughtless, impulsive  behaviour. It means more barroom brawls, more injuries to  the head, more accidents  involving sharp instruments.  Babies born with Mars in  Aries excel in sports and  athletics. Many arc positive  and aggressive. Some lack  patience, sympathetic understanding and self-control.  Their motto should be: 'Look  before vou leap.'  ARIES (March 21 .April l'��)  Action-planet Mars prepares to enter your sign. You'll  soon have the courage and  energy to start daring personal  projects. Advice now is turn  away from petty gossip and  other people's problems. Acquaintance knows how to end  partnership dilemma smoothly. Thursday's short trips or  messages become confusing.  Persons born March 21 are first  to feel fresh surge of enthusiasm.  TAURUS (April 20-May 20)  Expect to continue current  project in private, away from  competitors and snoopers.  Reveal no progress reports  until May. Refuse to argue  anymore with local official who  botched-up crucial paperwork. Agree immediately to the  boss's job-scene re-arrangements. Cash transactions will  need extra concentration Thursday afternoon.  GEMINI (May 21 -June 21)  Prepare to become more  involved in community ventures or large-group activities.  Your leadership qualities will  be appreciated al neighbourhood function. However, resist  temptation to tell local bureaucrat how the job should be  done. Long-distance phone call  outlines details of high-risk  scheme. Moon in your sign  opposing Neptune says stick to  traditional methods on Thursday.  CANCER (June 22 - Jul) 22)  Get ready to defend your  honour, position and recent  accomplishments rest of this  month. Prepare to argue with  the boss or supervisor over  fairer share of assignments.  You'll receive favourable financial news concerning domestic or real-estate decision.  Avoid slaying at home alone  Thursday evening.  LEO (Jiil> 23 - Aug. 22)  Others now find you more  outspoken concerning your  beliefs and life philosophy.  You'll question the theories of  experts or persons who appear  more educated than yourself.  Expect to receive demanding or  insulting messages from a  distance. Avoid confrontations  with lawyers and librarians.  Loved one has power of  persuasion and will change  your mind. Acquaintance intends to deceive you Thursday  afternoon.  VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 22)  Be reassured there'll be fewer  fights with loved one or  business associates rest of this  month. Chances arc new partnership arrangements will be  accepted peacefully. Now you  have to tackle banker, broker,  agents controlling other people's funds. Co-worker will  reveal short-cut to easy money.  Your local reputation is subject  of women's gossip Thursday  afternoon.  LIBRA (Sepl. 23 - Oil. 23)  Atmosphere becomes calmer  where you execute regular  duties. Co-workers are now  ready to sit down and discuss  problems. General health improves thanks to more sensible  scheduling. Partner, loved one,  special person may act selfishly  later this month. Thursday's  long-distance message won't  divulge the true facts. Librans  horn Oct. 16 are persuaded by  younger persons to quit stale  relationship.  SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov, 22)  Employment or health matters will require extra attention  during the next few weeks.  There may be disagreements  involving doctors, nurses,  supervisors or co-workers. You  may be forced to wind down  hectic social activities because  ol fatigue. Realize current love-  affair may be a deceptive drain  on your resources. Listen  carefully to sound domestic  advice. Loved one's spending  habits arc bewildering Thursday.  SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 .  Dec. 21)  Prepare to spend more  energy on pleasures, amusements, children's needs and  artistic pursuits. You'll be  expected to attend increased  number of social activities rest  of this month. Domestic scene  becomes less tense. Family  members present decorative  ideas for beautifying your  living space. Mid-week message says go ahead and change  your long-range plan. Sign no  contracts on Thursday.  CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 ��� Jan.  19)  Home front becomes noisier,  busier for the next few weeks.  It's the right time to start major  alterations where you live. Buy  a better lock and thwart  vandals. Remember to turn off  stoves and burners. Financial  wizard recommends further  shuffling of cash and securities.  Thursday's health complaint is  probably imagined. Check with  doc.  'AQUARIUS (Jan. 2(1 - Feb.  IK)  Short-distance communications produce minor upsets.  Advice is drive slowly, speak  softly, write clearly. Neighbourhood dispute will need lad  and understanding. Message  from afar announces results of  recent investigation. Quality  gifts, tokens of appreciation  continue to pour in. Thursday's  social get-together hints of  trickery and confusion.  PISCES (Feb. 19-Mar. 20)  Anticipate misunderstandings over your money or  possessions. Others say you've  become selfish and greedy,  Nevertheless, your financial  intuition is at a high and  reliable peak. Venus still in  your sign continues to attract  romance and special favours.  Last chance to start daring  project before Mars leaves  Pisces. Double-check home for  oil and gas leaks Thursday  evening.  r TWILIGHT.*  THEATRE  Wed. - Thura. - Fri. - Sat.  March 11 -12 -13 -14  THE  PRIVATE  EYES  TIM CONWAY  DON KNOTTSl  Sun. - Mon. Tuai. March 15 -16 -17  . Their thoughts can kill!  JENNIFER O'NEILL  |PATRICK MCGOOHAN  SI-FI  MADE IN CANADA  Please phone tor show times 886-2827.  a* jA look at Sechelt Library  ;s  Off the  shelf  by John Moore  The skyrocketing costs of  printing and publishing are  reflected, as every reader  knows, in the rapidly escalating price of books. One  spin-off the high cost of books  Is a marked increase in the  number of second hand  bookstores, but, like everything else, from cars to  chocolate bars, as books  get more expensive the quality  of the product is declining.  The other side effect of the  high cost of books is likely fo  be a renewed interest in those  venerable repositories of human learning, the libraries.  For the next few weeks I'll be  taking a look at libraries on the  Sunshine Coast. This week I  dropped in to the Sechelt  library and talked with Marie  Montgomery about the library, its past and its future.  The present Sechelt Library  was built in 1967 as a Centennial project for the Sechelt,  Halfmoon Bay and Redrooffs  area. The lot on which the  building stands was purchased by Sechelt council in  1966 from Alice Amelia  French, a well loved and long  time resident of the village,  for the token sum of $1,200.  The building was officially  opened on December 17,1967.  The library presently contains some 6,000 books and is  open Tuesday 10 a.m.-l p.m.,  Thursday 10 a.m.-l p.m.  and Saturday 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.  Saturday afternoons are  busiest.  Though it's located in  Sechelt, the library serves the  area from Halfmoon Bay to  Wilson Creek, with the majority of its 250 odd subscribers (1980 figures) living  outside   the   village   proper.  According to Marie Montgomery, the majority of those  I have been thinking  recently uf what I suppose  you could tall 'a philosophy of reading'. Because of the endless  'hype' we are subjected to  by the media there is a  tendency to think only in  terms of new titles and  best sellers. This has its  place because it fosters  growth, hut there is the  danger of forgetting that  there arc thousands of  older or less well-known  books lhat nevertheless  make excellent reading.  So with this in mind, in  this space every week, we  will give you a list of  possibly forgotten hooks  that we recommend for  enjoyable and interesting  reading.  May you discover something exciting!  Rose  subscribers are older people  on fixed incomes who love to  read but cannot afford to buy  large numbers of books at  current prices. She has also  noticed an increase in the  number of young women with  children joining the library  and while I was there a lady  from Gibsons who is already a  member of that library, came  in to take out a membership.  The library's budget is  small, consisting of membership fees, which just "cover  the heat and light", and  grants from the Village and  the regional board.  "We've also had one or two  memorial bequests that have  been very helpful," Marie  says.  The volunteer staff of the  Sechelt Library is careful to  get good value for its limited  book dollars, shopping from  publisher's clearing lists and  making trips to Vancouver to  take advantage of discounts  and clearance sales. Local  bookstore owners have also  helped out with discounts and  selection.  "Rose Nicholson of the  Bookstore and Ken Barker at  the NDP Bookstore have been  wonderful to us," Marie says.  Demands of space have made  the business of book selection  increasingly important. The  library welcomes donations of  books, but has had to become  more selective of late because  of limited shelf and storage  space. The low shelves,  originally designed for use by  elderly members and a single  closet sized storage room at  the back are crammed with  books and the staff is very  short of work space for  cataloguing and files. There is  no space at all for repair work  and repairs to books are done  at home by the volunteers.  The single most important  effect of the crowded conditions, Marie Montgomery  feels, is the lack of "reading  space". A library is more than  a book depot; it is an island of  quiet tranquillity in a busy and  noisy world where one should  be able to look at a book or  books at leisure and in comfort. The hours put into the  careful selection of books are  wasted if they can't be made  accessible.  "People often come in and  take a look around and say,  'There isn't anything in this  library', but if they'd just stop  and pull a book off the shelves, they'd see that there are  some really wonderful books  RDPBoohstore  hne Honks  See our ad  on the Community  Page 6   Gibsons Public  library  Tuesday 2 - 4 pm  Wednesday 2 - 4 pm  Thursday 2-4 & 7-9 pm  Saturday 2   4 pm  886-2130  V-  Make your 1st Computer last  in this library," Marie says.  The staff is presently  developing a particularly good  collection of large-format art  books, the kind that invite the  browser to spend a pleasant  hour or two at a quiet convenient table. The volunteer  staff is more than pleased to  assist library users to find  books, so don't be afraid to  ask what new books are in  or where you might find a  book on a special subject.  Marie says the library also has  a very close and co-operative  association with Chatelech  Junior Secondary School Librarian Murrie Redman, which  allows members of the Sechelt  Library to use school library  books on the school premises.  Marie Montgomery and the  staff of the Sechelt Library  aren't the only ones to have  noticed the library's slow but  steady growth. Membership  in the library has risen from  209 paid members in 1979 to  250 in 1980. The problem of  space is obvious even to a  casual observer and the  library has attempted to turn a  disadvantage into an advantage by weeding out books  that have not been taken out in  over two years and holding  a book sale. The sales have  been successful fund-raisers  for the library and another is  planned for early this summer,  so keep an  eye  out.  Sechelt Council has noted  the library's growth problems  and has suggested the sale of  the lot presently occupied by  the library to finance the  building of a new library on  the lot adjacent, also owned  by the village.  Sechelt historian and former  librarian Helen Dawe has  expressed the view that both  lots should be preserved for  the future expansion of both  the library and the village  Archives, another important  and often overlooked function  of the library.  Both Helen Dawe and  council agree on one point,  Coast News, March 10, 1981  crojrea***  PLACING & FINISHING  PATIOS - DKIVEWAtS ��� t'LOOHS    Ml Tum ��1 Cwmth (....*.  FOUXIIATIO.s'S - SIDEiYALKS      liiclmHiii Coliinml ��r fcV,��,,W  Call Any Time  885-2125  SERVING PENDER HARBOUR TO PORT MELLON  Sechelt Library is crowded with books, but the library's steady  growth has the village council looking toward Ihe future with  plans for a new library in the works.  ��� John Moore pholO  however; the library and the  archives need more space.  There is a considerable  amount of unorganized material in the archives which  needs to be sorted and catalogued as soon as available  space and proper conditions  for storage can be created.  (It occurs to me that council  might be wise to seek the services ofa student in the library  sciences field, under the  auspices of the Canada Youth  Employment Program, to help  with this material. Students  who wish to go into museum  work in particular are always  looking to acquire experience  in their rather narrow field  and this might be a way of  killing two birds with one  stone).  The library staff is also  considering the formation of a  Library Association, made of  the library membership, to  elect officers and take some of  the pressure off the dozen or  so volunteers who actually  operate the library.  A good library is a quiet  cornerstone of any community. A membership in the  Sechelt Library costs $2 per  year, with children under  sixteen included on a parent's  card. That, as you might guess  after a visit to a bookstore  these days, is a hell of a  bargain.  Next week: Gibsons Library.  Book Look  by Murrie Redman  Ordinary People by Judith Guest, Ballantine  The Final Conflict by Gordon McCill, Signet  Like Corn Flakes, some books are best sellers but have little  substance. Today's two paperbacks are "junk food" reading. The  satisfaction they provide is short lived.  Ordinary People was successful as a cameo film for MTM.  while The Final Conflict laboriously ended the Omen trilogy.  Ordinary Peopleisa tale of family breakdown after the accidental  death of a son. The Final Conflict is just another devil cult flick,  with no new devils to spark it up.  Mary Tyler Moore starred in the mother role of the film  Ordinary People. In the book she is part of the wallpaper in a tale  which relates the slow return to normalcy of a teenager who has  been committed to an institution after a suicide attempt. Con, the  younger son, feels it hard to carry on alone for a brother whom he  has hero-worshipped. Con's mother cannot bear the sight of him  after her first loss, and it is only Con's zany psychiatrist who helps  him back to the real world.  The jacket of the novel calls it one "for all ages", but it is  basically a juvenile tale aimed at adolescents. Adults interested in  teenagers will find it rewarding for the insight it provides into teen  concepts versus adult ones.  After reading The Final Conflict, one is thankful that it ends the  Omen books. Damien has grown up to become corporate boss of  the Thorn empire. His plan to conquer the world for his nether  god goes awry when the seven daggers are found and miraculously  end up in the hands of his adversary. Father De Carlo. The good  Father summons up six Brothers who have little else going for  them but dedication and devotion as one-by-one they are picked  off when they try to do away with Damien. Beautiful single parent  TV newscaster Kate finally does him in when he least expects it.  Going the way of most series sets, the first one is best and the  rest are all downhill from there. Expansive adjectives found on the  cover are "blooding freezing conclusion" and "chilling climax".  My assessment is Ho Hum.  In a world of rapid  . change, the APPLE II  : BUSINESS COMPUTER is unique.'  Unlike other companies, Apple has  designed their computer so it won't become  "obsolete" a day after you've paid it off. It is totally expandable.  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The Ministry of Education  rejected the School Board's  request for funding for a  full-sized gym. in effect telling  them "they'd dug themselves  into a hole and it was up to  them to get themselves out of  it."  The School Board converted the School's activity'  room into two classrooms last  summer with the approval of  the Ministry. The $91,000  saved by not building two new  classrooms was to go toward  the community hall/gymnasium joint use facility to be built  behind the School.  But the tenders came in so  much higher than estimated  that it was decided the School  Board would have to put in  more money if the School was  to have a gym. And under the  new regulations the School  would be eligible for a full-  sized gym so it wa> put on the  budget for Capital Expenditure Projects as a high  priority item.  Last week the Ministry  scotched that idea. They said  the new regulations apply only  to new schools, or schools  such as Davis Bay and West  Sechelt which are expanding.  There is not enough money to  upgrade the gymnasiums of  all existing schools in the  Province. That will have to  wait two or three years at  least.  The fact that Roberts Creek  has no gym at all makes no  difference - the Board chose to  convert it into classrooms. Nor  will the Ministry approve  funds for even a half-size  gym or what we had before.  Some more money may be  made available if the building  is made considerably smaller  and cheaper. But that would  eliminate the features important to community use and  may mean the withdrawal of  joint use funds.  A meeting ofa committee of  School Board. Regional Board  and community representatives was scheduled for  yesterday (Monday) to discuss  the situation. But isn't it also  time for all those parents  who've been grumbling about  their kids not having a gym  to get together and make their  feelings known?  Annual meeting.  Next Wednesday, March  18, is the annual meeting and  election of officers for  the Community Association.  There should be some discussion and explanation of the  situation regarding the hall/  gymnasium project so plan to  attend. Meeting starts at 8  at the Community Hall.  Due settled.  Custody of Roberts Creek  Daze was settled last week.  It was decided that the Ways  and Means Committee and the  Hall Committee would cooperate in the organization of  the Daze and split the profits  equally between the two  Committees.  Men in LOVe - Nancy Friday  The White Slave - Fanny Howe  Catch 31 - Joseph Heller  Are You There Cod?  It's Me, Margaret - Judy Biume  Kitty in the Middle - Judy Delton  first Term at Malory Towers  Kniil lily tun  Shaman's Daughter  - Nan F. Salerno &  Rosamond M. Vanderburgh  RDP  Bookstore.  Gibsons Landing 886-7744  A general meeting for Daze  has been set for April 1st at  the Community Hall. Anyone  interested in helping with the  D.i/i' this year is asked to  attend.  New Executive.  The Ways and Means  Committee selected a new  executive at its meeting on  March I. Dean Clapp is  chairman, Marlene Longman  vice and publicity, Jeanie  Norton secretary, Bill Grose  treasurer and Annie Dempster  will work on public relations.  Tea Saturday.  This Saturday the Ladies  Auxiliary is holding a St.  Patrick's Day Tea at the  Legion Hall from 11 'til 2.  There'll be a bake table, white  elephants, plants and a sharc-  ihe-proceeds bingo. The draw  on the raffle will be postponed until April 18.  Arrangements were being  made for live music that night  so wear a bit o' the green and  come for one of Ernie's  famous concoctions.  Softball starts.  It must be spring - the  Ladies Softball Team is  starting practices this Sunday.  They're looking for new  players - a lot have "retired"  this year. They've always  been a "winning" team in  the past but they try to keep it  fun. The game against the  CBC "Beachcombers" at Roberts Creek Daze is the  highlight    of    the    season.  You don't have to live in the  Creek but you must be female  and 19 or over, (there's a team  for under 19's being organized  in Gibsons), so if you're  interested, come out this  Sunday. March 15, at 12 noon  at the Roberts Creek School.  Bring your ball glove.  Fire executive.  We noted the election of a  new chief for the Roberts  Creek Volunteer Fire Department some weeks ago, but  neglected to mention the rest  of the new executive. Here are  the officers elected at the 1981  annual meeting: Dennis Mulligan, Chief; Andy Dube,  Captain; Edna Naylor, First  Lieutenant; Bob Talbot, Second Lieutenant; Philip Gordon, Treasurer; Clive Hall,  Secretary; Gerry Willoughby,  Steward and Dave Parry,  Chairman.  Films continue.  The family film series at  Roberts Creek Elementary has  been extended for another two  weeks. This Friday's feature  is "The 5000 Fingers of Dr.  T", a fantasy devised by Dr.  Seuss. Show starts at  7:30  in the School Library.  Thursday   night   volleyball.  Nobody feels the lack of a  gym at Roberts Creek this  year more than the Thursday  night volleyball crowd. But  now Pat Perry has offered the  use of his gym and volleyball  will be happening Thursday  nights starting at 7:30 if  enough people show up.  Call Britt Varcoe at 885-34%  if you're "seriously interested".  New Horizons.  A meeting of the New  Horizons Committee was held  on Tuesday, March 3, with  several items on the agenda.  First the date of the final  meeting of the spring session  was set for Monday, March  .10, commencing at 12:30 with  a lunch, followed by a session  of Bingo, then the usual  activities. A "work party"  will meet at the Hall on  Sunday March 29 at 11 a.m.  to prepare for the occasion.  Recent suggestions from  members indicated a desire to  change the present arrangement of electing committee  members by appointment to  the more usual practice  of yearly open elections by  ballot. It was moved and  passed that a general election  of a New Horizons Committee  be held on Monday, March 23,  at the regular meeting. This  will permit an opportunity to  elect new recruits, add new  blood and ideas and relieve  the "old faithfuls" from the  duties they have performed  for so long. All members are  requested, therefore, to prepare themselves to nominate  new candidates and, in turn,  be prepared to accept nominations and assume such responsibilities.  In a similar vein, members  voiced the issue of changing  the present status of the  Elphinstone New Horizons  group to a Roberts Creek  branch of some larger organization such as the A.O.P.  With this in view, Mrs. Olson  of Madeira Park has been  invited to address the meeting  on Monday, March 16, on this  subject so that the membership may be fully informed as  to what is involved in such a  move.  Another suggestion was the  creation of an office of Press  Correspondent. This duty has  been performed by the President for the last four years.  Also raised was the advisability of changing the present  Monday meeting day to some  other if found suitable to all.  It is hoped that the above will  help stimulate more interest  and attract new members in  the area to this local community group.  Chimney  Cleaning  & Maintenance  v  Phone 886-8187 J  JMSI  Special Limited  Time Offer  will change your fireplace  from a heat waster to  a heat producer!  Reg. $895.  NOW JUST  $795.  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Arts Centre last Saturday night for an evening of fine poetry and  rocking music. The event was sponsored by the Canada Council,  which recently awarded a major arts grant to Trower.   Dept. of Fisheries  Notice to Sport and  Commercial Fishermen  Acceptable levels of PSP have been  reached In shellfish other that butterclams  in this area. Therefore: effective 1200  hours, Tuesday, March 3,1981 Area 16 will  open to fishing for shellfish EXCEPT  butterclams (saxidomus glganteus). Area  16 includes the waters lying adjacent to  Thormanby Island, Texada Island, Pender  Harbour, Bargain Bay, Hardy Island,  Egmont area, Jervls & Sechelt Inlets. If  there are any further questions, please  contact our Madeira Park office (883-2313).  WHY?  THE B.C.  GAS PIPELINE  ISSUE  llttHiiii i ill I  has taken some twists and  turns that are hard to understand and are opposed by  many British Columbians.  Premier Bill Bennett's Government  has awarded B.C. Hydro a contract to  construct the natural gas pipeline to  Vancouver Island via the SOUTHERN  ROUTE, This decision was made without  full consideration of the SOCIAL and  ECONOMIC impact.  The NORTHERN ROUTE did not get  fair consideration. British Columbians  who are concerned with FAIR and WISE  distribution of SOCIAL and ECONOMIC  development, the Economic Development Commission of Powell River urges  you to CUP HERE AND SEND THIS  MESSAGE I  "oi "^T  Premier W.R. Bennett  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C. V8A 1X4  I protest the B.C. Government decision  to build the natural gas pipeline to  Vancouver Island via the Southern Route  BEFORE careful consideration of all the  social and economic facta for a Northern  Route. I urge you to reconsider this  decision and allow for public hearings at  you promised In your Energy Policy  statement.  Sponsored as a Public Service  886-2622     by the Coast News    886-7817  NOTE: Early announcements will be run once, then must be  re-submitted to run again, no more than one month prior to  the event.  Coming Events  Canadian Cancer Society Daffodil Sal* Friday March 13th.  W.W.C. Rummage Sato March  19.  10 am   Catholic Church Hall,  Sechelt Bring your merchandise coupons to exchange.  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum  The Elphinstone Pioneer Museum in  Gibsons will be closed until lurther notice  GlbionaHospltelAuilllary Bake Sale, Sunnycrest Mall, March 20,1981  from 9:30 onward  Pender Harbour Secondary School Parents1 Commlfttt Meetings at  Pender Harbour Secondary 7 30 pm Tuesday. March 17. April 21 and  May 19.  SI. Patrick's Dane* Dance to the Sunshine Coast Ramblers, March 21  at the Senior Citizen Hall. Price $7.50. Cold Buffet at 10:30 pm Dress  Casual or Jeans Everyone Welcome For Tickets call Cindy Brock 885-  3571 after 7 pm or 885-2539  Fltntta In Motion Exercise to music Roberts Creek Community Hall  commencing March 9 - Mon . Wed . Fri. - 930 am -10 30 am $1000  per month For info call Rieta 886-2875 TFN  Boya 4 Girls Baseball Coaches, umpires &assistants needed if there is  to be Little League Baseball (ages 6 -13) this year. If you can help,  please come to a meeting Tues March 10, 7:00 pm. Gibsons Athletic  Assoc Hall Phone 8B6-2079 for into  Annual Meeting and Election of Officer* for the Roberts Creek  Community Association will be held March 18. 8 pm at the Roberts  Creek Community Hall.  Students' Crafts Fair* Tues, March 17lh. 6 30 - 9:30 p.m., Gibsons  Elementary School Crafts Faire, Games, Relreshmenta.  Girls Softball - Any girls between the ages ot 16-18 interested In  playing in the Womens Softball league, please contact Doug Elson at  886-2534 No experience necessary "12  Regular Events  Monday  Roberts Creek Hospital Auxiliary Second Monday ol each month - 11  am St Aidan s Hall  Sunshine Pottery Guild meets every 2nd Mondey of the month at the  "Studio' corner ol North Road and Highway 101 at 7 pm TFN  O.A.P.O. #38 Regular Meeting. First Monday ol each month - 2 pm  Social Bingo. 2nd & 3rd Mondays 2 pm at Harmony Hall. Gibsons  Tuesday  Women's Aglow Fellowship Meets every third Tuesday ol the month at  Harmony Hall. Gibsons Transportation and babysitting available 886-  7426  Duplicate Bridge 7 30 sharp at Sunshine Coast Golf Club 1st and 3rd  Tuesdays of each month   For further information contact Phyllis  Hoops   886-2575  Sunshine Coast Arts Council Regular meeting 4lh Tuesday o' every  month at 7 30 pm at the Arts Centre in Sechelt  Al-Anon Meetings Al-Anon Meetings every Tuesday night  Roberts  Creek  For information call 886-9059 or 886-9041  Sunshine Coast Navy League ot Canada Cadets and Wreneties, ages  10 lo 13 wilt again meet Tuesday nights, 7-9pm . United Church Hall.  Gibsons New recruits welcomed  Wednesday  Tops Club Gibsons Tops meets every Wed  evening at 6 45 in ihe  Armours Beach Athletic  Hall   New members and teen members  welcome Phone B86-9765 eves.  Sunshine Lapidary ft Craft Club Meets 1st Wed every month at 7 30  pm. For informalion 886-2873 or 886-9204  Pender Harbour Hospital Auilllary  Second Wednesday of each  month. 1 30 pm. St. Andrews Church-New members always welcome.  Wilson Creek Community Reading Centre 7 30 - 8 30 p.m  885-2709  Sechelt Garden Club 730 p.m., St  Hilda's Hall First Wednesdays  except January, July, August  O.A.P.O. "38 Carpel Bowling Every Wednesday 1pm al Harmony Hall.  Gibsons  Sunshine Coast Sports Club will  be having a track-and-field  organizational meeting at Elphinstone School. Wednesdays 5 pm  Women's Luncheons 12     I pm  Starting Thursday. Fob  5, at   The  Heton   m Gibsons  Reservations recommended - 886-9924   Eri|oy  good food and Ihe company of other women who work Sponsored by  the Sunshino CoasI Women's Program  Thursday  The Bargain Barn ol ihe Ponder Harbour Health Clinic Auxiliary is  open on Thursday altBrnoons Irom 1 00 until 3 30  Al-Anon Muling Every Thursday in Gibsons at Bpm For information  call 886-9569 or 886-9037  Western Weight Controllers Every Thursday at 1 pm in the Armours  Beach Athletic Hall. Gibsons and In the Sechelt Elementary School.  Thursdays at 7pm New members welcome 885-3795  O.A.P.O. #36 Public Bingo Every Thursday 7:45 pm sharp at Harmony  Hall, Gibsons.  Friday  Square Dancing The Country Stars Square Dancers: Gibsons United  Church every Friday 8 to 11  pm. Beginners Classes: for more  information 886-8027 or 886-9540.  Gibaons Tot Lot Every Fri., 9:30- 11:30am. in Gibsons United Church  Hall Parents with children 0 - 3 yrs. are welcome. For further irrfo call  Shawn 886-8036.  Thrift Shop Every Friday, 1 - 3pm. Thrift Shop. Gibsons United Church  basement.  Wllaon Creek Community Reading Centre Noon - 4 00 pm   885-2709  Women'* Floor (coalm) Hockey. Friday nights, 7:30 - 9:30pm. Gibsons  Elementary Gym, sticks available.  O.A.P.O. #38 Fun Nile. Every Friday at 7:30 pm. Pot Luck Supper, last  Friday of every month at 6 pm. at Harmony Hall. Gibsons.  Saturday  Wilson Creek Community Reading Centre 11:30 - 1 p.m. 885-2709  Th* Bargain Bam of the Pender Harbour Health Clinic Auxiliary is  open on Saturday afternoons from 1 - 4 pm.  Sunday  Bingo Sechelt Reserve Hall every Sunday. Early birds 7 pm. $100 Prize.  Proceeds to assist under privileged families.  a***  U -  ���MM ���������������Mi  Kfjmont News  Coast News, March 10,1981  Egmont Springy \^-%-^ Qp/e^JZ^  jlf Sir��ts0/>  &M-  by Jon Vin Amtell  Egmont has been so very  "Springy" the last two weeks  that it seems as though  everyone is smiling these  days. Redtop's mellow aura  shines on us all day. Various  and sundry work crews are  gathered about town. Lou,  Rodney and Rob industriously  cleaned up all the broken  glass, cans, junk and muck  from around the Community  Hall. The Hail Management  Committee then ordered a  truckload of >A inch road  base and Doug Silvey spread it  for us. Doug very generously  spent Friday evening after  work atop his Case 1816  Uni-loader. It's not really that  old but it does a lot of work for  such a little guy.  The next step is to get a  45 gallon incinerator set up  and for everyone to keep the  area around the hall and our  picnic area looking as good as  it does now.  The next working detail  seen trucking around town  was six of the littler kids from  school, supervised by their  student teacher Sandy Cover-  dale, picking up garbage.  The word is, it was a punishment of some kind but I'm  sure that's just a rumour.  Lastly, our neighbours,  Gene and Vi Berntzen have  been putting us all to shame  with the work they've done  around their place with picks,  shovels, rakes and elbow  grease.  Wendy Cunningham of  Fisheries fame phoned to  say that after all these months  clams and oysters are finally  open. Watch it, though,  because butter clams are still  closed. They're the larger  ones where the lines run  across the shell as opposed to  the smaller Littlenecks where  the lines run up and down.  The limits are 25 clams and  15 oysters per person per  day, or '/; litre shucked  oysters. The prawn closure  was waived for our area this  year. In a way, that's a pity as  I was through the rapids this  week and saw a large five-man  boat pulling hundreds of  traps. The local boys say  they're having a hard time  finding a hole to fish in and  it's no wonder.  Chris Angus and his family  just returned very brown from  three weeks in Hawaii. They  said it rained all of one day  while they were there. 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March 14th  FRANCIS PENINSULA PLACE  Hwy. 101 & Francis Peninsula Rd.  883-2297  by Robi Peters  What to do  in case of sudden Death  In the Pender Harbour Clinic  Wednesday, march ii.at 7:30 p.m.  with  Dr. H. Estey, Mr. I). Devlin, Coroner.  The Rev. Mr. J. Paelkau, Rpeior of St. Hilda's  4 St. Andrews.  Mackenzie   HDP   Constituency  ANNUAL MEETING  &  ELECTION of OFFICERS  Sunday, March 15th  Powell River  Transportation is being arranged  For more info    QOv"Z080  805-9016     605-5029  My horoscope warned me  the new moon would arouse  my interest in faraway places  this week. How right it wasl  It also emphasized I would  become more tolerant and  understanding, this I can only  hope for. I usually read  horoscopes and then forget  them, this week I need all the  help I can get.  When I first started to write  the odd column for the Coast  News, my main objective was  to create stimulus to local  issues by giving personal  opinions on various happenings and trying to let  the public know both sides of  the situation. Since I'm your  average taxpayer and felt  certain questions needed answering, I hoped it would  be of interest to the general  public. I hoped people would  reply on the same basis  and use the column to counteract and, when necessary,  criticize some of my thoughts  and statements.  Rather than write, a lot of  people have mentioned and  questioned my theories in  person, which I feel is healthy  and great; it's what our world  is all about. (Only one person  felt threatened enough to be  personally insulting). This is  the reason we have a democratic vote, to be able to  change things if the majority  wills it. It's not always perfect,  but until something better  comes along, why change it?  In some cases, even if your  local representative is working  for you, it may have to be  considered by a board that is  not receptive to change and,  unless you hold a high card  the rest of the board wants,  it's too bad Jack, for your  area. At meetings held by the  School Board and Regional  Board, I always come away  with the feeling of "us"  against "them"; one area  worrying the other will get  something over the other.  Compromise is only considered as the last weak  resort. What a shame, so  much could be done for each  area.  Maybe I've just been at the  bad meetings. When I see our  area contributing a large  amount of the taxes and not  getting much in return,  (Area A is the second largest  tax contributor next to Port  Mellon which has the mill,  not bad when you consider a  1% million budget.) I feel we  could be much better if we  were formed into a Village or  municipality. The Chamber of  Commerce is going to be  looking into this idea, so 1 will  share with you information  for and against the plan. After  all, we would be building and  preserving our own area with  our own taxes, making our  own decisions, instead of six  directors down the road.  This may be the right time to  look into it.  Jon Van Arsdell boasts  Egmont has the first Pussywillows on the Coast - Jon, can  Egmont beat this? Dave  Stiglitz on Lagoon Rd., has  strawberries the size of his  thumbnail, pale pink in  colour, growing in January.  Dave said there were lots of  flowers on the plant also.  Pornography  A 30 minute slide and tape  presentation called "Reclaiming Ourselves" will be shown in  the library of the Roberts  Creek Elementary School,  Thursday, March 12,7:00 p.m.  to 9:00 p.m.  The presentation will examine the effect of pornography  on society. Both men and  women are welcome.  SUNCOAST  PLAYERS  DRAMATIC   SOCIETY  ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING  We are 1 year old. We have a successful show behind us. Great things are  shaping up for the future. Now is the time for all good Members to make their  presence felt. We have Directors to elect, shows to select and produce, a  theatre to build - a future to plan for B.C.'s brightest drama society. Anyone  interested is welcome to attend.  Friday, March 13th, 8:30 p.m.  Legion Hall, Sechelt  SEE YOU THERE!  PTOftKCll  ELECTRONICS  ��� Typewriters  OFFICE  ��� Photocopiers  ��� Cash Registers ��� Calculators  ��� Office Supplies Furniture   &   Stationery  Whart Rd. Sechelt 885-3735  MAXWELL'S PHARMACY  YOUR COMPLETE HEALTH CARE CENTRE  * Fast Prescription Service  * Health Care Accessories  * Almay Hypoallergenic Cosmetics  * Patient Aids (Sales & Rentals) crutches,  comodes. bed pans, canes, etc.  107 Cedar Ptaza. Gibsons 886-8158  OPEN SUNDAYS  Noon to a pm.  Gibsons Lions Club  is holding a  2 - $500.  Jackpot Bingo  sat. march a 1981  at the Roberts Craok Hall  The doors will be open at 7:00 pm.  ii  ii  "Door prize"  1st Three cards *5.��  Each Additional Card (.100  Tickets can be bought irom  Lions members or phone  Sam at 886-7389 or Joe at 886-9453  \tU\ott Wurservi  TIME FOR SPRING PLANTING!  Our Stock is now ready  Fruit Trees  Spring Bulbs  Good Selection of  Potted Roses  Shrubs  Ornamental Trees  some Bedding Plants  will be ready by  the 3rd week in March  Small Fruits  Raspberry  Blueberry  Strawberry  Loganberry  Boysenberry  Grape, etc.  For planting or gardening  advice, call or drop in  and see Mary Coast News, March 10, 1981  Fleming on education  A new pattern for youth  by Frances Fleming  Adolescence has never been  an easy period in the life of a  human being. The onset of  puberty, the relinquishing of  childhood pleasures, the struggle against parental dominance, the search for  identity and the loneliness  experienced even in the midst  of a crowd all combine to make  the adolescent period difficult  in extreme.  In olden days and in many  societies. this transition  period from child to man is  mercifully brief. In Western  civilizations of modern times,  society has seen fit to keep its  youth in teen-age limbo for  years and years and years. A  hedonistic subculture has developed to the point that the  aim of most parents and  offspring is survival. Parents  of young children look toward  the teen years with apprehension, and hope and pray  that their family can come  through those turbulent times  unscathed and somehow still  loving and respecting each  other.  Morally and socially the  adult world is becoming less  and less able to cope with a  value system that is embracing divorce, common-law  relationships, abortion on  demand, child abuse, racial  problems, job dissatisfaction,  unemployment, lack of respect  for authority, desires of  women for independence and,  sexual deviance. No longer  does "father know best".  No longer is mother a sweet,  innocent home-body, the paragon of virtue no one would  ever hurt by word or deed.  At a time in history when  life expectancy is increasing  far past the traditional three  score years and ten, our youth  seems intent upon a lemminglike self destruction, trying to  crowd every sensory experience into those years of  precious youth. Their life styles are copies largely from television's unreal Americana;  they are willing victims of the  media advertising. Booze,  drugs, sex and cars preoccupy  much of their time. They  isolate themselves from the  very young, the very old, and  most of all from their parents'  society.  Senior high school does not  help them break out of their  self-imposed prison. It is a  bore, a drag, for almost every  adolescent consulted. Knowledge-rich, action-poor, a petty dictatorship that prepares  kids for neither life nor  university, the last two years  are especially difficult for  pupils and teachers. Many  kids hang in there for that one  big festive event known as  graduation. The hundreds of  thousands of dollars raised by  Grade   12  students  in   this  province for "grad" would  feed an African village for  ten years.  In some places, graduation  is called optimistically "commencement". For our youngsters, it is not commencement. After grad looms the  dark. Most do not see themselves fitting into the economy  except into menial and deadend jobs. They see themselves  presented with a myriad of  lack-lustre and dead-end options by a world that seems so  closed, so impersonal, so  hard, cold and indifferent that  the individual literally does  not know where to head in or  how to start. So live it upl  Graduation, here we cornel  We older Canadians are  failing our youth. We criticize  them freely, but we have  failed to sit down with them to  do the social planning that  could change the present  patterns. We have not involved them in a dream of a  great and prosperous Canada.  We are schooling them too  long, educating them not at all  and turning them loose to  become labourers for giant  corporations who are ripping  out our non-renewable super  natural resources to bring  prosperity to foreign lands.  We are sending them to their  "grad" with inadequate English, a smattering of French,  some useless algebra and geometry, a vague sense of geo-  IMPORTANT NOTICE  TO EMPLOYERS  This year the Province of British Columbia  is again offering to help employers open up  new jobs for young people. If you can  create a job that provides a young person  with good training, we'll share the cost of  wages with you. You can hire a youth of  your choice or we can help you.  Jobs may start anytime after April 1,1981,  but this year those offering training that  could lead to permanent employment will  be given priority. Funds are limited, so send  your application in early. Please allow 4 - 6  weeks for processing your application. Do  not hire until you have received approval.  BURNABY  W120 - 4946 Canada Way  V5G 4J6  291-2901  Applications for funding and further information are available from any Ministry of  Labour office, Provincial Government  Agent, or the Employment Opportunity  Programs Branch offices listed below.  Province of  British Columbia  Ministry of Labour  Employment Opportunity  Programs Branch  ABBOTSFORD  "201 - 2630 Bourqum, West  V2S 5N7  853-7497  Or dial Operator and ask lor Zenith 2210. toll free  Swanson's  Swanson's Concrete  Products J td.  Manufacture & Sale of  septic Tanks  well Cribbing  curbs, Pier Blocks, etc.  "  "Hr^r  h*  irrr^Sfrnni  885-9666    Box 172  Sechel  t, B.C. V0N3A0    885-5333  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  fi curbs.  B.A. BLACKTOP  9  ��  Porpoise Bay Road, Sechelt, B.C.  885-5151  Head Office: P.O. Box 86340, North Vancouver, B.C. 985 0611  "Quality service since 1956"  AMALGAMATED  *i.ACKTOP  Ihe Sechell Indian Band is unit' again raisins money. This time their  River to compete in a tournament.  - Ed lands pnoto  bowling team is off to Campbell  graphy. dangerous ignorance  of the power struggles endangering our very existence,  inexcusable ignorance of the  functions of their own bodies  and a desire to be affluent in  a competitive society with no  skills to sell and work habits  that would not endear them to  any employer. And they are all  so young, so worthwhile, so  vulnerable.  Why don't we terminate  compulsory high school at  Grade Ten and from then on  support these citizens of the  future on a comprehensive  work/study, work/experience  program?    Every    teenager  would be given every opportunity to excell, to study, to  move into the adult world as  a journeyman, a professional,  a skilled producer. Such a  program would involve travel,  exchanges and much counselling. Youth would come off  pension into the salaried  classes as soon as their  educational and vocational  goal was reached, through  trade school, art school,  business education, university. Being young would be a  marvellous adventure. What a  Canada we could develop if  we enabled our youth to  participate and learn by  doing!  To be sure, and to their  credit, many youngsters make  it now, in spite of all the  obstructions we put in their  way, but far too many are  destroyed and become a  burden on society, a shameful  waste in a wealthy land that  needs all the brain and  brawn it can muster. It is very  difficult to see any value in the  present system at all.  Green & Flowering Plants,  Cut   Flowers  & Arrangements.  Dried Flowers, Gifts.  9  Dflivfrti's across tht> lVninsuli)  .mil Around llir World  Siuu/um Jlmu S Gi^fi  886-2316  St. Mary's Hospital  expansion planned  Mr. James A. Nielsen, Minister of Health, has informed  Mr, D.R. Macklam. President  of the Board ol Trustees, St.  Mary's Hospital Society, that  Phase II Expansion planning  can commence, subject to the  concurrence of the Sunshine  Coast Regional Hospital Dis-  strict.  The Minister states:  "Hospital Programs has reviewed your hospital's proposal for the expansion of  Acute and Extended Care bed  capacity at St. Mary's Hospital  and as a result. I am pleased to  give approval-in-principle for  the following program:  I. The planning for a 50-bed  extended care unit to be built  IVmlt  on the hospital grounds, with  35 of these beds to be put in  service upon completion and  the remaining 15 beds to be  finished to extended care  standards, but not placed in  service until the demand warrants.  2. Redesignate the present 22  extended care beds as acute  beds and, if necessary, carry  out minor renovations to  convert the existing "day  room" back to a 4-bed acute  ward."  The Board of Trustees is  delighted with this reply and  approval-in-principle and will  commence planning immediately.  St. Patrick's Dance  by Doris Edwardson 883-2308  Pender Harbour Community  Club.  The Pender Harbour Community Club is having a St.  Patrick's Dance March 14 at  8:30 p.m, and this is a dance  with an entirely different form  of admission. Members who  have already joined the Club  will pay SI at the door and  those who are not members  must take out a family membership S3 or a single SI to  be eligible to attend as the  dance is based on a membership drive. There will be live  music from Gibsons. Memberships may be obtained from  Frances' Take Out in the  Madeira Park Shopping Centre.  The Bonanza Bingo every  Thursday evening at the  Community Club is in full  swing along with the regular  Bingo which is $200 in 57  calls this week.  Meit Draw.  The Royal Canadian Legion  Br. 112 regular Saturday  afternoon  Meat   Draw  is  -  Early Bird Draws at 3 p.m.  and Regular Draw at 4 p.m.  Hospital News.  Mickey Carlton is in Intensive Care at St. Mary's  Hospital. Mickey is in charge  of the Legion meat draw and is  the Entertainment Chairman.  Tld-Blts.  Guess everyone already  knows that Dick Villeneuve  has proved he is a good  salesman and is doing very  well working for Fuller Brush  Co. Rumours are flying again  around the Harbour, Garden  Bay Hotel is supposed to be  going up for sale and also  there may be a Liquor Store in  Garden Bay. What most  people are interested in is,  who's going to put in a very  .badly needed Laundromat in  the Harbour?  Wedding News.  Grace and_, Jim Flatley's  daughter, Shirley, is now Mrs.  Bob Butler. The marriage  took place, in Victoria, B.C.  and Laura-Lee Flatley is going  to be married to Dustin  Spratt of Surrey on April 18,  1981:  Dr. Don Bland  and  Dr. Jim MacDonald  are pleased to announce the  Relocation of their Dental Clinic  to the new Professional Building  on Farnham Road, right behind the  Gibsons Medical Clinic  For appointments call    886-7020  HI NEIGHBOUR  Thaw on Prices!  Take advantage of these incredible savings on  name-brand appliances. Visit your ICG Canadian  Propane dealer today! Sale starts March 2, ends  April 30, 1981.  SAVE $100����  INTER-CITY FURNACES AND UNIT HEATERS  This great saving makes now the time to buy! Choose  from a full selection of models and sizes in either propane or natural gas styles.  SAVE 20%  ��� INGLIS WASHERS & DRYERS  ��� INGLIS OR ADMIRAL DISHWASHERS  ��� ELECTRIC OR GAS REFRIGERATORS  ��� ENTERPRISE GAS RANGES  ��� BROILMASTER GAS GRILLS  ��� G.S.W. GAS WATER HEATERS  ��� WALL HEATERS & FURNACES  ice  ICG CANADIAN PROPANE LTD  TOTAL PROPANE SERVICE!  ICG CANADIAN PROPANE LTD.  (formerly Canadian Propane Gas & Oil Ltd.)  Service through Canada.  Your local dealer is located across from Benner's Furniture, Sechelt  mtamiw  m Potpourri  ���aryanne  viewpoint  "In trouble agin!"  Tim Berdays needs help  Coast News, March 10, 1981  SUNCO  by Maryanne West  I suppose it's a sign of the  times and it's sad to see the  Forestry Service HQ in Sechelt  replace its picturesque white  picket fence with a steel mesh  security fence. Wouldn't it  be nice if they would grow  roses or honeysuckle along it?  Perhaps we can donate some  cuttings?  And how one misses the  attractive old Whitaker building.  ��� ��� ���  Apropos of escalating  school costs I never have  ' understood why we take  ; often exceptional teachers out  of the classroom and promote  them to administrative positions. We then pay them  twice as much for a job for  which they are not qualified  and may even be temperamentally unsuited and deprive  the children of a first rate  teacher. It would be much  simpler and probably more  efficient to have the administration looked after by an  office manager. With today's  sophisticated technology one  person could most likely  administer all the schools in  the district from a central  office, leaving the Principal  to teach and be the team  leader and inspiration of his/  her staff.  ��� ��� *  Another educational practice which has always seemed  to me to be behind the times,  is that learning to type is not a  core skill, taught in the..  Elementary School. It's one of  the few immediately marketable skills taught in school  and is offered only as an elective in High School from  Grade 9. Too often students  who need summer jobs to  finance their attendance at  university are without such a  skill because their academic  studies do not allow time for  typing instruction.  Now in the age of computers  which use a typewriter-type  keyboard it will become even  more important to be able to  type efficiently.  Typing is a skill which increases co-ordination and dexterity and is considered to be  an aid to learning to spell  correctly as well and may well  be something which younger  children would enjoy without  being detrimental to their  ability to write by hand.  Touch typing is like riding a  bicycle, once you've mastered  the art you can pick it up  again after many years without much difficulty.  ��� ��� ���  I notice that most elementary schools now have student  councils patterned after those  in High School, even to  producing a school year book.  Now obviously children should  be encouraged to help organize school activities and  learn to take responsibility,  but it seems to me a pity to  mimic senior functions at the  elementary level. By the time  these students get to High  School student council and  similar activities will be all old  hat and the kids will then need  to up the ante.  Children surely aren't just  miniature adults and childhood is such a fleeting and  important time of life that we  shouldn't rob them of it by  encouraging them to grow up  too fast. Before we know it  we'll have our kindergarteners  "graduating" with inappropriate ceremonies.  ��� * *  A lady phoned into CJOR  recently to tell Rafe Mair how  odd she found it that although  she rarely agreed with any of  his pronouncements when he  was a politician in Victoria,  since he has become a talk-  show host she finds him most  reasonablel I'm not a talk-  show addict. I've little use for  abrasive ego-trippers and  rarely listened to CJOR. 1  have to agree with the lady  though, Rafe Mair is a good  broadcaster. He discusses a  wide spectrum of issues, often  in depth, doesn't take himself  too seriously and, most  importantly, treats both his  guests and listeners as intelligent equals and the show  has a relaxed rational feel to  it, which hopefully the powers  that be at the station won't  change to the former frenetic  style.  ��� ���        ���  Responses to the "mutt-  erings" in this space are  always interesting. A couple  of people wondered if I was  losing my grip on reality,  running someone else's not  very good poetry about ducks  instead of needling the School  Board or the Feds. But I  received a lovely mottled,  creamy duck egg from a  beautiful white dilly-duck tool  by Cirl Chrismas  "Pore   ol'   Tim.   In   trouble  il'in!"  I ran into Tim Berdays the  other evening, crying in his beer  up at the Wakefield Inn. For a  moment I thought he was going  to snub me when he gave me a  cold and fishy eye. But he  waved me into a chair while he  gulped down a good slug of  'climhin' oil'. He was getting  lubricated 'cause he was sure  ready to talk.  "Ay vas shooer mad at yoo,  yu big dropout! Har ay t'ought  yoo vould git Cauper Cenyen  Sal to come back dis yar an'  climb de pol fer us agin. But no,  yoo hev to drop out from de  loggers sports. How in hell do  yoo t'ink ay vas goin' to cetch  opp vit her ag'in?"  Now 1 knew why I had gotten  Good time at Hard Times  ALWAYS AVAILABLE,  Our Skill and I  Knowledge  [FOR ONE STOP SHOPPING]  Leave your prescription  and do the rest ol your  I Shopping in the Mall or  Phone in Advance &  we will have it ready.  Wt !������� i compliti  PATIENT RECORD PUN  for your protection ind  cotwttiittiw.  -We will mail out  vour prescriptions  the same day il you  cannot call (or them.  Thank you tot your patiOM*  rMARA BEAUMONT    BOB GRANT'  ^ BM-7213 J  ft I IKONS        SUNNTCRIST WUt  WESTERI1 DRUG ITIRRT  ���wnsiArroumcHf  by Rath Forrester 885-2418  Good Tune it Hud Timeai  The parties held by the  Welcome Beach Community  Association seem to get  better all the time. You think  that the last one was the best  ever, then comes another  evening which turns out to be  even better. Like for instance  the Hard Times affair which  was held on February 28th  at the hall - it was a howling  success - in more ways than  one I The dinner was, as usual,  most delicious, thanks mainly  to the convenor of the affair,  Eileen Greaves, ably assisted  by a group of the ladies who  are the best cooks in the  world I  One of the highlights of the  evening was the rousing  chorus of "Happy Birthday"  to Vince Shannon who was  thoroughly surprised when a  huge birthday cake appeared  on the scene in his honour.  As usual, Sylvia from Shop  Easy did an outstanding job  of the cake decoration - the  motif being, very suitably, a  camper van. Vince is one of  the group who has done a  great deal towards the origin  and the running of the hall  right from the start.  These people are a very  valuable commodity in this  area and we really do treasure  them and will be ever grateful  that they helped to establish  this little hall which sees so  many happy hours.  The very amiable and happy  MC for the dance was Chas.  Hobbs and music was provided by Paul Hansen who  must go home with raw  fingers from playing non-stop  for hours. There was a wterd  and wonderful array of costumes and it was a really hard  task for judges Vince and  Mary Shannon to decide on  the prize winners. So it turned  out that there were three  ladies worthy of the valuable  prizes which comprised such  treasures as "Certificate for  Dinner for Two" which turned  out to be a can of beans.  The three gals were Ronnie  Dunn, Mary Ewan and Eunice  Keeler.  The same thing happened  when it came to judging the  men and there were three  winners - Al Lawson, Bill  Ewan and Neil Adams. It  turned  out  to  be   "Talent  TOYS * HOBBIES  Ural  rest Mall, Gibsons  Come & see our  MODEL DISPLAVI  886-8412  Night" at Welcome Beach too,  as several local male vocalists  had turns at the mike rendering their favourite numbers  proving that there is a great  abundance of really great  talent right here on Redrooffs I  Next Film Night Much  26th:  It should be a pleasant  evening of slides on March  26th as a change from the  movies when the Lawsons  Eureka will give a showing  their very beautiful slides of  their trips to Portugal, Spain,  Israel and Yugoslavia. These  will be well worth seeing and  the show will start at 7:30.  Everyone is welcome to  attend.  St. Patrick's Day Party:  The last social evening at  Welcome Beach Hall proved  such a success that it has  been decided to have another  get-together on the night of  Saturday, March 21st. This  will be a kind of "Drop In"  affair - no dinner this time -  just an evening of fun and  dancing to which everyone  will be most welcome. Price  will be just two dollars and the  evening will start somewhere  around 8:30. Don't forget to  keep this in mind and to round  up your friends and come  along. The Welcome Beach  Community Association will  be    sponsoring    this    one.  the cold shoulder when I came  in. Big John Hindson and I had  been running the show that  year and we had brought in  Copper Canyon Sal to do her  famous spar tree climbing act.  She had put on one hell of a  show and Tim had fallen madly  in love with her. But Sal had  chosen the big money of the  major shows down south and  had dropped out of Tim's life.  And by the sound of it he was  still carrying the torch.  My friend John had taken a  good job with the WCB as an  APO and was jazzing around  the country doing his accident  prevention job in the woods.  My life style has been  changed somewhat in the past  year so I must drop out. I tried  to placate him by telling my  side of the story.  "Well, Tim", 1 philosphized,  "Things change, you know.  When I put Lucy on steady I  sort of promised to share our  time and keep the weeds down  and cut the grass. But when we  moved to Sechelt I became a  'joiner' and became involved in  many things. I enjoyed it while  1 was doing it but now it's  somebody else's turn. It's too  late in life to break in a new  cook and bedmate. I'm quitting  while I'm ahead!"  "Val, ay suppose yoo vas  right. Ay vas hopin' dat yoo  could bring Sal in fer anudder  show an' ve could hoist some  climbin oil as she called it, an'  who knows���mebbe she's tarred o' climbin dem yankee  poles!"  He downed another slug ofa  fresh round that had just  arrived but he was looking at  me kind of funny and getting  that fish eye again so I figured it  was time for me to get out of  there. There's nothing worse  than losing a friend by overstaying one's hospitality!  It would be a shame for poor  old Tim to lose out on his  popularity just when he has  things going for him. And who  knows, maybe Copper Canyon  Sal would be available this year  if she were contacted. I have her  number if someone would take  over and like to give her a call.  And don't think you have to  be a big, husky he-man to take  on the job of organizing  Loggers Sports. Diamond Lil  Fraser did it one year and did a  hangup job. Some of you gals  with logger husbands should  give it a whirl!  Just call Carl at 885-5200.  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For access to marketing, management  and financing assistance call or visit:  Mrs. Jean Mainll,  Gibsons and District Chamber  of Commerce,  P.O. Box 1190,  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre,  Gibsons, British Columbia  VON 1V0 886-2325  Ms. Eve Moscrip,  Sechelt and District Chamber  ot Commerce,  P.O. Box 360,  Sechelt, British Columbia  VON 3A0  885-3100  IHE BUSINESS  INFORMATION CENIRE.  ��� ol  BrttMi Columbia  Ministry of  Industry and Small  Business Development  Jffifc  B.C. Chamber  of Commerce  A JOINT SERVICE OF THE MINISTRY IN COOPERATION WITH YOUR LOCAL CHAMBER Ot COMMERCE  Chimney  Cleaning  & Maintenance  Phone 886-8187  |H Westinghouse  Heat  Pumps  The most inexpensive way  to heat your house today.  Based on 45 years experience In  engineering and development ol heat pumps  Sale  Service  Engineering  Installation  Call Now   886-7111  Thomas Heating  Ltd.  17 Years Experience. Serving the Sunshine Coast Since 1967  Box 398  Gibsons  Payne Road  BIG SCOOP  DISCOUNT  DINING  MONDAYS ��� TUESDAYS ��� WEDNESDAYS  Valid to March 18th J.00 pm to 7:00 pm  MONDAY, TUESDAY ft  Deluxe Beef Burger on a  Sesame Seed Bun  Lettuce, Tomato, Fries  Coffee or Small Beverage  ONLY  H.99  .',v .!iJ',i.'"v5$;'.".-  '   ' ik'  MONDAY  .gIR,1.!!11     ,1  1W  Virginia Ham and Cheese  Includes Soup or Salad  Coffee or Small Beverage  NEW FEATURE      g��   m  ONLY *.*���**  y^ mmwm^^^mw^^nfmwm^m m  Breaded Sole Filet with  Lemon Cream Sauce  Includes Soup or Salad  Vegetable of the Day  Coffee or Small Beverage  NEW FEATURE        M   ^Q  ONLY "���"  Offer valid to March 28th from 3:00 pm. to 7 pm. on days and items specified above.  BIG SCOOP  Flavour of the Month  CRIMINAL ELEMINT  COWRIE STREET, SECHELT  8853628  ���  ii 10 Coast News, March 10, 1981  LUCKY DOLLAR fCCDS  OVERLOOKING BEAUTIFUL GIBSONS HARBOUR  ,��ikiii&e  PECDUtE-  ,29*  4JM.  California  *    CELERY  i   California Sunkist  ORANGES .38 s  Florida Pink & White  BMPEFRUIT  4 /Si .00  California  CAULIFLOWER ��s ea  These are large heads weighing 3 to 5 lbs. each.  B.C. Grown Dry Belt/?JP.  POTATOES  :c^.... 10 lb. bag  I"%, /  National Bakeries'  hamburger &  hot dog huns  .doz.  M.25  A Little  Sinful Something  Outwardly there's that calm exterior, that pillar of the Community  front, that eat right, live well bit, that particip-acting. Underneath  however...! Do you suffer from Walter Mitty-ism? Do you have  secrets you dare never tell? Then read on, and you will find what  every health nut yearns for���what every weight loser wants-  it's...cake, cool, crummbly and cocoa!  Sneak out of your darkest closet two eight inch round cake pans  and line them with wax paper. Ssh���don't let it crackle.  Quietly cream half a cup of shortening then swirl in one cup of  sugar. Beat it until it's light and fluffy.  Creep up to your fridge and extract two eggs. Beat them in an add  half a teaspoon of richest vanilla.  Into a bowl, sift one and a half cups of flour, half a cup of ever so  expensive cocoa, two and a half teaspoons of baking powder and  half a teaspoon of salt. Stir them in alternately with a cup of creamy  milk then pour the whole sinful lot into the cake pans and bake them  at 350�� F for 30 ��� 35 minutes.  Let them cool, then into the middle spread the richest,  fatteningest filling you can invent. Slink away to a secret hide-away  and enjoy!  !���;,     ....  Due lo pruning difficulties, parts of the lasl week's pancake recipe  were mistakenly omitted. We now Ihen ofler you ihe complete...  Basic  Pancake Batter  1 1/4 cups flour  3 eggs  1 1/4 cups milk  1/2 teaspoon salt  3 tablespoons melted butter  Blend all ingredients in a blender or with a whisk until quite  smooth. Refrigerate for at least two hours.  To make the most successful pancakes always use the same  frying pan and never use your pancake pan (or other food. Don't  wash the pan, just wipe it out with a paper towel.  When you are ready to make the pancakes, grease the pan lightly  with a little oil. Make sure the pan is really hot. Pour about two  tablespoons of batter into the pan then tilt it so that the batter is  evenly distributed. The pancake should be paper thin. Give each  side just under a minute to brown.  To keep pancakes warm have a pot of boiling water covered with a  plate. As the pancakes cook place them on the plate and cover with  another plate or bowl.  iilillillli))^^  Day by day, Item by Item, m do more fe you in  providing uariety, Quality an ^ friendly irulce.  'We reseruo the right to limit quantities'  Gower Point Rd., Gibsons      Free Delivery to the Wharf     888*2257  Life  ceroal  Lynn Valley  peaches  Sunspun - Prune  plums  Sunspun  beans with pom  Sunspun - Maple Flavored  syrup  425 gm  .398 mil  398 mil  750 mil  $1.19  590  2/990  490  $1.69  ...398 mil  Atmt Jemima'... .k..-,��.  f/lifckg  M.J.B,  **^ij!&$ffi>  Cadbury  hot chocolate       *2.39  890  Regular & W/Marshmallow  Peek Frean's  biscuits  Asst'd Varieties  Clover Leaf - Flaked  . 200 gm  white tuna       ��em$1.59  DAicr  1.36 kg  Imperial  margarine  Kraft  cheese slices       $2.09  $2.99  $2.99  Rupert Flip 'N Fry  sole  454 gm  Frozo - Choice  peas  ,907gm  750  ���Glean Johe section���  Stewardess. "I am sorry, Mrs. Jones, bat we left your  husband behind In Chicago."  Mrs. Jonesi "Thank goodness! I thought I was going  deaf!"  ���ALL SPORTS*  MARINE  !  ��� 886-9303   j  1  IMSM Coast News, March 10, 1981  GARNIUAL  OF VALUES  PRICES EFFECTIVE  Wed. - sun.  March 11 - march 14  Open Fridays til 7 p.m.  Open Sundays & Holidays  10 a.m. - 5 p.m.  DOLLAR  Pacific  euaporated mllR    *.* 55c  Mackay's  liquorice allsorts,.  Royale  bathroom tissue  Asst'd Colours  carpet fresh       J1.29  Sunlight  liquid detergent.... ����� $1.95  S1.49  $1.49  All Auto  dishwasher  detergent  Oxydol or Bold  pwd detergent  Bounce  fabric softener  1.8 kg  6 Litres  40*s  $3.09  $3.99  $2.99  ��� HCUSEHAEES  PLANTERS  bv Mhamaid  4 sizes & colours to choose from.  Sculptured design with removable IWL  matching saucer.  Reg. stMdai nircittM mn  $4.99   1^"^  $3.69   ]}  $2.99  $1.W p^^^^^m^.  $2.29      fl.15 Ga^a^aa^.^M���  PIE PLATES  Bypyrei  Limited time offer  Reg. $4.19  $2.79  ONION SOUP BOWLS  Reg. $2.99  Special Purchase Price  $1.69 each    t  i on tour $0<  Well be  FULLY  UCENCED  SOON!  886-9021  Varirtp  D.lltndHt|Hh  JfooUS  Freeman  COSMETICS  SB6-2936  Open til 7 - Fridays  ���MEAT-  Tenderloin and Rib End Portions fk ,m    ffctffc  PORK LOIN CHOPS, $1.89  Gov't Inspected Canada Grade H Beef - Boneless  RUMP OR OUTSIDE  jr ROUND ROAST  lb.  $2.69  Frozen Pan Ready  r i vlcu rati ivcauy �� ^^ ^^  WHITE FISH       ,*1.59  Approx. IV2 - 3 lbs. recipes included  From cool, clear, clean, Canadian waters!   -  Inside Round Roast  DARON OF BEEF $2.  "v s����g! jdfli  ���  SHOP  By Bill Edney  Something New Has Been Added  ���  *L*\   *m    ^      *     w     itj  We have been appointed agents for Gibsons and district for  The Pop Shoppe pop products. I think most everyone would  hartily agree that the price of pop has risen to heights that  make it pretty costly as a favourite family drink, or for party-  time mixers. The regular price of 24- 10oz. bottles will be $5.00  per case, plus $4.00 refundable deposit. The large bottles are  850 mil which is the equivalent of 30 oz., 100 mil larger than  other lines, at a cost of $5.50 per case of 12. These prices work  out to roughly 21C for 10 oz. and 46C for 30 oz. bottles, plus  deposit. We will Mil by the case only.  As part of our investigation into the acceptance of this  agency we discovered that the Pop Shoppe started out as a  small family enterprise. The business was started as recently  as 1969 in London, Ontario by Pop, his son, a C.A. and his son-  in-law a bottler.  The story as we got it is���Father had a Coke bottling  franchise in North Bay. One day he decided that he wanted to  bottle and sell other flavours. Rights were refused so he, his  son and son-in-law split off on their own. This was in the days  when they could turn out pop at 5C a bottle and still make a  huge profit.  The venture was so successful that they next opened up in  Toronto. Then they started selling franchises.  In 1971 they opened a franchise in Edmonton, highly  successful, and then opened one in Vancouver in November  1972.  There have been many stories such as this where initiative  and enterprise on the part of individuals or families have  become successful ventures. A friend and former co- -  employee, for example, set up the TRI-V pet food operation in  Chilliwack. I like these success stories, originated by ordinary  folk who saw a need, took their chances, worked hard and  became successful, and they have my full support whenever  possible.  Because of the nature of The Pop Shoppe agency and the  low selling price, we must insist on case lot sales only. You may  mix or match a case any way you like.  I realize full well that Pop Shoppe products have been  available on the Sunshine Coast for some time. We hope to do  a better job of distribution for the benefit of our customers,  ourselves and the bottler. We believe the time is at hand for  acceptance of a good, lower-priced drink or mixer.  We will continue to sell other lines, as required by our  customers, particularly those distributed locally by Mr.  Clements.  V  e  1. Cul out ihis Coupon  2. Attach lo your Sales Slip *:  3. Return to Ken's Lucky Dollar  DRAW TO BE MADE SUNDAY AT 5 p.m.  NAME TEL NO.  POSTAL ADDRESS  I  I  ��r-    'H.  Our popular $50.00 weekly grocery draw will continue each week into >  1981 until further notice. I  "REAL WIN"  $50.00 BR0CERV DRAW!  32nd  Grocery Draw Winner  Ruth Harrop  Shoo tilth confidence. Our prices are uery competltlue.  Ule mil not be undersold on these aduertlsed items.  we fully guarantee everything we sell to he satisfactory.  or money cheerfully refunded. 12 Coast News, March 10, 1981    [  S P O R TS~")  In SCMHL  Seesaw battle in playoffs  (".melUl.-Seml-Fliiali!  Roberts Creek  Mitten Flames  rM"ti tis,  ���  .-     ���    - '���    -AIM.*?  In the opening game of the  semi-final series between the  second place Flames and the  Roberts Creek club, the  Flames took a one game lead  in a rather listless game which  saw the Creek play with  only nine players and a  forward in goal. This was the  result of a number of suspensions handed down in the  final league game the evening  before.  "Do or die"  Game H2> Semi-Flnalii  Roberts Creek 6  Mitten Flames 5  In a highly entertaining  Tuesday evening game played  befoie a surprisingly large  crowd, the ever-present Creek  team dressed a complete lineup and played their best game  in the past month, just edging  the young Flames by a goal in  a game that was highlighted  by numerous changes in the  team holding the lead I The  win forces this series to a third  and final game Tuesday  evening I  Upcoming Games:  Tues. Mar. lOt  (game #3 semis)  9   p.m.   Flames   vs   Creek  Wed. Mar. 11  (game #3 semis)  9:00 Gibsons vs Cozy Court  ���if necessary 11  Finals SCMHL  Game   #1:   Thurs.   8   p.m.  Game #2: Sat. Mar. 14, 8 p.m.  Game #3: Sun. Mar. 15, 6:30  ��� if necessary  The Blue come through  JK5&  Bradley J Bunson Photo  The Sechell Renegades score against Sechelt I'nited (The Blue Machine) at Hacked Park last  Sumla\. March I.  From the Fairway  by Ernie Hume  The final match of the  Winter Tournament was played on Sunday, March 1st.  The team of Don Sleep and  Freeman Reynolds took top  honours by defeating Iva  Peterson and Roy Taylor,  three down and one to go.  Taylor and Peterson battled  neck and neck with the  powerful Sleep and Reynolds  team to the 17th hole before  losing to the Winter Tournament winners. This event  Boys  Wear  has  arrived  at  Jicrpmb  �� Cord &  Denim  Jeans  * Shirts  * Socks  * Under  wear  �� Pajamas  * Belts  * Jackets  More  to Come  MEN'S WEAR  885-8330  covria St. sadMit  concludes the winter program  and plans are well underway  for the many spring and  summer events sponsored by  the Match Committee.  Next week our men golfers  journey to Gleneagles for the  first inter-club match of the  year.  The installation of the new  water sprinkler system has  been scheduled to commence  this week. It is expected  this will overcome the problem  of dry  fairways  and  burnt  grass   during   hot    periods  this summer.  The Greens Committee is  removing the Alder tree at the  junction of #4-5-6 fairways.  Those members who desire to  secure some firewood should  get in touch with Art Park  for details.  Slow progress in the construction of the maintenance  building is being experienced  due to the necessity of securing competitive bids.  In a do or die situation for  Roberts Creek, trailing 1-0 in  their best of three SCMHL  semi-final series with Mitten  Realty, The Blue came  through in what seems to be  traditional fashion, outplaying  and out scoring the Flames  7-5.  Leading the way for The  Creek with 4 goals was Kim  Newcomer.  The Bluesjumped out into a  2-0 first period lead only to  have the talented, young  Flames tie the score 2-2 by  the end of the second stanza  setting the stage for a very  exciting final.  The teams exchanged a pair  of goals each to keep things  equal midway through the  third period. It was three  quick goals, 2 by Newcomer,  which spelled defeat for the  Flames and victory for the  Creek.  The rubber match in this  series is to be played Tuesday,  March 10 at 9 p.m. at the sons Rangers 7-1 and Sunday  Sechelt Arena situated in downed the Rangers 5-1,  beautiful Porpoise Bay. Bruins advance to the finals  ��� ,    .     ���, . Thursday night.  Saturday Night: Cray Court  Bruins 7 - Gibsons Realty  Rangers 1  offers  a  Complete line of electrical suplies,  lighting fixtures & major appliances  LICENSED  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  For residential, commercial & industrial  with guaranteed material & workmanship  FREE ESTIMATES & ADVICE  WHARF RD.  885-2412  Fred Mercer  Rick Simpkins  Saturday night the Cozy  Court Bruins won the first  semi-final game against Gib-  CLASSIFIED NOTE  Drop  off  your Coast  Ne\  Classilied   at   Campbell:  Family   Shoes,   Sechelt,   oi  Centre   Hardware,   Madeira  Hayward third at Aldergrove  First motocross March 15  The first race of the season  was held at Aldergrove,  Sunday, March 1st with an  excellent turnout.  Steve Hayward of Sechelt,  who has been out of racing for  over two years, displayed  excellent form and came home  with  a  third  place  trophy.  Steve is sponsored by Suncoast Suzuki of Sechelt,  opening soon and owned by  Bill Van Westen.  Watch for more news about  our local riders and if you  would like to spend an exciting  Sunday come out on March  15th to the new Motocross  track in Gibsons at the old  dump and support our guys.  They will be competing  against many riders from  other provinces and also the  U.S.A.  Thanks to all of the businessmen who donated to help  this race track get going and  especially to George Gian-  nakos, who got it all started.  WMMMNNM  WANTED  Used Furniture  and What Have You  ACS USED  FURNITURE  We buy Birr. Bottles  886-2812 -  On the Rocked  by Verda Schneider  The Ladies' Bonspiel was  a huge success with the  following winners: A Event:  Solinsky, McDermid, Tait,  Ford. B Event: Davis, Buchanan, Anderson, Chernecki.  C Event: Brommeland, Hust-  wait, Kerr, Swan. The rinks  were from Squamish, White  tf  MORTHCtWSr  Sales Representativ  IAN GRIFFITH  ��� Framing Packages  ��� Cedar Siding  ��� Timbers  Please call lor quotations  526-6744  738-4791   Res  Collect  N0RTHC0AST FOREST PRODUCTS LTD  2320 Rogeis Avenue. Coquillam. B C V3K 5X7  Rock, Port Moody, North  Shore, Sechelt and Gibsons.  We would like to thank  Super-Valu #23, Hilltop Chevron and Howe Sound Distributors for the beautiful  prizes.  Club playoffs start March  16. The annual General  Meeting is scheduled for  April 1/81. Please be sure to  attend and elect your new  executive and directors for the  coming year.  Tickets are available at the  rink for the Presentation  Dinner and Dance.  Good Curling!  Women's  softball  league  Girls between the ages of  16 and 18 interested in  playing Women's Softball  are asked to please contact  Doug Elson at 886-2534.  No experience is necessary.  LOSE 5 -14 lbs. IN THE  NEXT TWO WEEKS  ON THE AMAZING NO NONSENSE DIET  OVER 50,000 PEOPLE HAVE LOST WEIGHT THE NO NONSENSE WAY.  ��� Lose up to 30 pounds in only 30 days  ��� This is the nutritious, safe & intelligent  way to lose weight naturally  ��� Less than 85C per meal  ��� Lose up to 6 inches off your waist  ��� Remember your waistline is your  lifeline  The no nonsense diet deals with the  three basic problems facing the dieter  APPETITE: The no nonsense meal replacement  has been designed lo curb your appetite and to  really lower your calorie intake.  ENERGY: A lot of people will break a diet  because they do nol have the energy they  require The no nonsense meal replacement  gives you all the energy you need..  NUTRITION: The no nonsense diet replacement  taken four times a day with 8 ounces of skim  milk supplies all the nutrients for human  nutrition. Ho tanltisprmi:; m 8 ouncesulniilkr,  equal in nutrition to one complete meal.  THE NO NONSENSE DIET IS AVAILABLE AT -  Variety Foods, Gibsons Landing  Maxwell's Pharmacy, Cedar Plana. Gibsons |f'g SIMPLE ��� ITS COMPLETE  Western Drug Mart. Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons Akin it UfABIfe  Western Drug Mart, Sechelt AND IT WORKS  Good Food Health Foods. Sechelt  ���  wm�� tme��m  il  jv.               ��� AUTO GLASS         ��� SKYLIGHTS  P*Os        ��� MARINE GLASS     ��� SCREENS  k/V\           ��� ALUMINUM WINDOWS  VX   \\        ��� PLATE & PATTERN GLASS  I \\ \\       ��� MIRRORS  1     V\   >iV     ��� STORE FRONTS  1        W    V. * PATL0 D00RS  II V\    VS.W00D WINDOWS  1  1  ll     XJ*\  888-7359  ��� 1             ^^v ^csjHwy 101 & Payne Rd'  ��� 1                             \jc     \\     Gibsons  1  H 1                                      ^v S��   \ \  ~~~**a***~-��i;i-/^7  PENINSULA  MARKET  885-9721    Davis Bay, B.C.  tide tables  Reference:  Point Atkinson  Pacific  Standard Time  Writ. Mar. I  0250  118.15  15.15  2240  Thura. Mar.  0350  0925  IM5  Fri. Mar. 13  8.5 0005  I4.f>   0510  1005  1745  Sal. Mar. I I  01.15  0.8   0640  1115  1845  4.1  1.1.2  14.2  13.3  10.7  1.1.5  4.2  1.17  11.0  12.0  Sun. Mar. I (  02.15  0810  12.15  1950  Mon. Mar. Ih  0330  1)915  1.150  2045  TllM. Mar. I 7  4.2 0410  J GROCERIES   FISHING TACKLE lms  SUNDRIES   TIMEX WATCHES !���  _ ..I'M)  fOpen 9���9      7 Days a Week  14.2  10.7  12.4  4.3  14.5  10.1  12.3  4.1  14.7  9.4  12.4  4.4  jjnHllHli'illtlH^II^MlilewiiiffHi^iniiiii  The  PoP  Shoppe  INTRODUCTORY SALE  Tues. March 10th ends Sunday March 15th  Hv1   f, '  '  I Shoppe  ���a.'' 'rH  24 -10 oz. bottles  Your choice  of Flavours  $3.60  VI per case  plus deposit  SOLD BY THE CASE ONLY  PoP  Shoppe  has appointed Ken's  as their exclusive agent in Gibsons. This  offering, subsidized by both The Pop  Shoppe and Ken's Lucky Dollar Foods, is  one you should take advantage of.  At 15C per bottle, load up with your  favourite flavours, then tell us how you  like it, the product and the price. Our  regular price will be *5.00 per case of 24  which is little more than half the price of  other brands.  For family, parties or major events,  buv JRW!S3Mi^B. pop���enjoy and  savr  KEN'S  LUCKY DOLLAR   FOODS LTD.  open 7 Days a week 880-2257 wmmm  Strikes and spares @��^  \        by Bud Mnlcuter  *. ��� .   5 We held our Queen of the  lanes Tournament last Sunday and our Queen for this  year is Randi Earr. Randi  rolled 148 pins over her  average to take first place with  Karen Frewin taking second  place with 124 P.O.A.and  Alice Smith third place with  J04P.O.A.  ; During the tournament  some of our men bowlers  threatened to picket the place  as unfair to the male population because we haven't run  a King of the Lanes Tournament, so if we can get  enough men involved and a  date we will try to put that on  in the near future.  ! In the Senior Y.B.C. League  Glen Hanchar rolled a 314  single and in the Classic  league Gwen McConnell had  a 311 single. Nora Solinsky a  J05 in the Wed. Coffee League  and Virginia Reynolds a 335  single in the Ball & Chain  League.  Classic:  ipwen McConnell  Barb Rezansoff  Bob McConnell  Freeman Reynolds  Mike Clement  .Andy Henderson  Tues. Coffee;  Lisa Kincaid  Lee Larsen  Judy Bothwell  : Swingers:  ; Alice Smith  fArt Cupit  "George Langsford  Gibsons'A':  .Pat Prest  :Ceorge Langsford  Larry Braun  Wed. Coffee:  Bonnie McConnell  Nora Solinsky  Slough-Offs:  Dot Robinson  264-662  Sue Whiting  243-663  Ball & Chain:  Virginia Reynolds  335-727  Terry Duffy  241-677  Frank Redshaw  270-691  Brian Butcher  245-693  Phuntastique:  Edna Bellerive  246-622  Don Slack  244-677  Bob Fletcher  273-686  Mel Buckmaster  288-721  Legion:  Rita Johnston  251-618  Emil Harding  264-584  Y.B.C. Peewees:  Hanna Skytte  159-252  Jason Ball  151-284  Winston Robinson  153-299  Gary Tetzlaff  167-313  Bantams;  Nicole Allen  163-466  Nedeen Skinner  201-477  Trina Giesbrecht  170-480  Eric Miller  163-395  Ian Gazely  167-3%  Shane Christiansen  176-423  Leonard Coates  192-472  Seniors:  Garnet Rowland  202-572  Glen Hanchar  314-611  Bruce Russell  220-615  311-924  288-958  278-939  297-945  262-995  293-1028  248-652  305-700  *��m"DUSJtirBMX  REGULAR PRICE '150.  SPECIAL  PRICE     M33.M  SALE EFFECTIVE  UNTIL MARCH 14TH  1080 A proven 'winner',  designed and constructed to  withstand the severe demands made on it by today's  young riders.  FRAME:  Heavy duty reinforced BMX rigid type with  racing style front fork.  WHEELS: 20 x 2.125 heavy  duty rims with MX front hub,  Vi" axle. Coaster brake MX  rear hub (Shimano or Bendix)  12 guage spokes and 20 x  2.125 MX knobby tires.  FEATURES:   BMX   style  handlebars, and grips, quilted saddle, one piece crank  with full chainguard.  COLOURS: Black, red. blue.  'Crossbar pad not included  ALSO SEE OUR  FULL LINE OF  BICYCLES  ON DISPLAY  AT  BOTH STORES  INCLUDING  THE  NISHIKI  'RALLY"  Remember that we back up  the sale of our products with  a complete service and repair  facility.  TRAIL BAY  SPORTS  Sunnycrest  Centre  Gibsons  886-8020  Trail Ave.  & Cowrie  Sechelt  885-9828  ��� Fran Bourassa Pholo  Gilbert Hunuse of Gibsons' Shito-Kyu Karate Club at press time  is competing in the B.C. Winter Games in Prince George. Having  qualified in Vancouver's Inter-club elimination tournaments,  llanuse is entered in the Sparing and Rata events.  Comp  WESTWURLD  SOUND  Whart & Cowrie  885-3313  Scouts to  hold  course  The Boy Scouts of Canada,  Sunshine Coast District Council, will hold a Group Committee Course on Tuesday,  March 24, 1981, 7:30 pm at  Davis Bay School, Davis  Road, Davis Bay. (3 blocks east  of Casa Martinez Restuarant  on Hwy. 101).  Course Fee is $2.00.  Professional Repair & Service  to your Heating Equipment  General Sheet Metal  Installation of Heat Pumps, Air Conditioners,  Wood-Oil, Wood-Electric, Wood, Electric and  Oil Furnaces  THOMAS HEATING  Call Now    886-7111  17 Years Experience.  Serving the Sunshine CoasI since 1967  Coast News, March 10, 1981  13  We've 2pt what it takes  to cooidown heat bills.  If you're looking into wood stoves.  you're probably finding a lot of conflicting claims and confusion. Let us  help make things clear.  Besides selling what we  honestly believe to be the finest  stoves available, we've got  plenty of experience in stove  installation and maintenance. So  conic by soon. And bring your  questions with you.  Factory  �� ,-4-ffe    Rebate  ���^lUft  VMllH'Vm  ^m^w Mama Bear  (Olferends Sat, Mar, ijiIii  Bradley J Benson Photo  Robert Joe and Tony Paul back their team, The Sechelt Renegades by selling raffle tickets to finance  the team's trip to Hawaii to compete for the Royal Hawaiian Soccer Crown later this month. Before  that however, theywill be competing this weekend in the Sunshine Coast Sr. Men's Soccer Finals at  Hackett Park with the other five league members; Sechelt Redskins, Suncoast Stompers, Gibsons  Raiders, Sechelt Chiefs and Sechelt United (The Blue Machine).  On the  Seafood Platter  by Chak-Chak  Further to last week's subject, smoked fish. It may be  useful to our readers to have  some recipes for smoking fish  at home in a home-made  smoker.  The best way to prepare the  larger varieties like cod or  salmon is to cut the fish in two  or three sections, split down  from the back bone and remove  bones. These pieces can then be  cut into smaller portions that  are easier to handle and more  convenient for cooking and  serving. Trim off all ragged  edges, wash thoroughly, and let  drain.  Using a container (crock,  plastic bucket but not aluminum) large enough to immerse the fish in a brine  solution. One simple-brine can  be made with 'A cup of salt  (course salt with no added  ingredients is best), '/; cup of  sugar (I prefer honey). Dissolve  the above ingredients in I quart  of water and you may add  various herbs and spices if you  wish. A portion of the water  can be warmed in order to  dissolve the salt etc. Brine the  fish in a cool place, overnight  or 4-6 hours for thin pieces,  thick chunks 8-12 hours.  Next, remove the fish from  the brine and rinse thoroughly  under cold water. Pat dry with  paper toweling and allow to air  dry for about I hour or until a  glaze forms on the surface of  the fish.  While waiting for the fish to  glaze get your smoker ready.  Clean racks and drip pan and  spray with a non-stick coating.  The smoker should be located  outside in a sheltered area so  that the important heat will not  be reduced by the wind.  Place the fish on the racks in  your smoker and ignite the fuel  (wood chips from alder, wild  cherry etc.) A good amount of  smoke is needed for about one  hour. It is not necessary to  have a dense smoke for the  whole drying period, it depends  on your personal preference.  Smoking time varies with the  size of the portions of fish. Thin  fillets will take about 4 hours.  Thick pieces will require 8-10  hours. Check the progress from  time to time. A warm smoker  will produce a rich coloured,  flaky, ready-to-eat barbecued  type of fish; a cool drying and  smoking process will give you a  product ready for poaching or  freezing.  There are many variations to  this basic method that I have  ELECTRMCS  885-2568  The 4th Annual  APRIL FOOL'S DAY RUN  Gibsons  to  Sechelt /  >(C'��'l T    /./VV^rdSP���  Sunday,  March 29th  9:30 am.  Elphinstone  School  outlined in the limited space  provided by this column.  Sea you.  CLASSIFIED NOTE  Drop off your Coast New:  Classified al Campbell i  family Shoes. Sechell. o  Cenlre    Hardware.    Madeir;  The Great Gibsons  FISHING HAT  Has arrived!  We have hats for cat lovers,  ram lovers and snail lovers tool  Gibsons Landing                   Tuesday - Saturday  886-8355 11 ��� 4  Presents for your  Entertainment  In the Smugglers' Lounge  Lee ft mike  Brown     Euans  Friday & Saturday  March 13th & 14th  8 - 12 pm  Luxury Accommodation     Full Marina Facilities  Licensed Dining Lounge Marine Pub  eservations Please    hVCj-f  32    r^  Van. Direct  885-5888      R.R. #1, Hallmoon Bay       684-3541  O WORK WEN? WORLD'S  /U\ INCREDIBLE PRICE SALE  IT'S GOT TO BE KODIAK  INSULATED WORK BOOTS  STEEL OR SOFT TOE  (39565)       (3555)  Regular Prices  Steel Toe ��79.98  Soft Toe  '69.9B  Either Pair  $5499  JOB RATED FOOTWEAR FROM  K-WAY JACKETS  -.?  WriiL-JLi-:  Open the Zipper  Turn the pocket inside out and pull  of the elastic bands.  Reclose the zipper. You may now  strap around your waist.  Reg. $16.98  $-|2.99  ODDMENTS of JEANS  CLEAR  99    OUT  GWG  LE CULOTTIER  *9.J  PRICE  STAINLESS STEEL  THERMOS  Reg. $46.98$29."  SALE ENDS  MARCH 14TH  e WORKWEN?  /IK WORLD   u,  mm  'WE'RE WORKING FOR YOU  Cowrie St.  Sechelt  885-5858 14  Coast News, March 10, 1981  In  Christ's  service  by Rev. George W. Inglis  The church today faces the  problem of the lure of the siren  call of the market place, as  never before in its history.  The "little brown church in  the wildwood," to which people  would struggle through snowdrifts, blizzards and mud holes  to worship in on a Sunday  morning, has become as passe  and archaic as the peace and  quiet of the worship that took  place there.  Today's church is a highly  visible entity, competing in a  tough and demanding world  against a host of diverting  forces for the attention of  believers, competing against  the open road, the beckoning  back country, the golden  beaches, the glittering sporting  events, the myriad leisure  activities, and the all-encompassing variety of religious  activities themselves.  Today's instant transportation, global communication  links, endless diversity of  Sunday morning "happenings", have rendered the church's role into something of a  hangover from the past, a  quaint method of spending a  precious Sunday morning,  indulged in largely by hidebound traditionalists who have  not yet moved fully into the  20th century.  This may appear to be  somewhat exaggerated, but the  bitter fact is that this somewhat  The siren call of  the marketplace  secular view of the competitive  market is actually carried right  into the boards which govern  the church's congregations,  particularly on the North  American scene.  The result of such a view may  work itself out in several ways,  but one of the most unfortunate is to be found in the  iconoclastic behaviour of church boards who try to disguise  the church structure and functions in such fashion that it will  lure in unsuspecting young  people under false pretences.  The name of this game is  "camouflage"!  Try to get away from those  revealing steeples and spires  which say to all the world a  church stands here!  Try to make the church as  stream-lined and modern in its  appearance as possible; remove  all those dark woods and  Christian artifacts; bring the  pulpit down to floor-level and  make it look like part of the  furniture.  Banish all the grand old  hymns and replace them with  simple and repetitive ditties  suitable for guitar; remove all  sense of "authority" from the  service, and from the appearance of the church's leaders in dress, style and manners; encourage and stimulate  input and "sharing" in theological, doctrinal and ecclesiastical discussions and take  seriously all recommendations  for alterning the worship style.  [tl@weps��f h��p>e  I Help the Handicapped  ���W   Seed Envelopes Coming  f  &  &>  ELECTROHOME  . 14" COLOUR T.V.  $499.  S3  SUNSHINE COAST T.V.  COWRIE ST. 885-9816  "After the SALE it's the SERVICE thai counts"  Sunday  Worship Services  ST. JOHN'S  Davis Bay - 9:30 am.  GIBSONS  Glassford Rd. - 11:15 am.  Sund'ay School - 9:30 am.  Church lelephone  886-2333  ST. BARTHOLOMEW &  ST. AIDAN  ANGLICAN CHURCHES  Combined Services  2nd &4th Sundays 11:15a.m.  in St. Bartholomew's  Gibsons  All other Sundays  Roberts Creek 9:30 a.m.  Family Holy Eucharist  Gibsons 11:15 a.m.  Family Holy Eucharist  Rector:  Rev. John E. Robinson  SEVENTH-DAY  ADVENTIST CHURCH  Sabbath School Sat. 10 a.m.  Hour of Worship Sat. 11 a.m.  St. John's United Church  Davis Bay  Pastor: C. Drieberg  Everyone Welcome  For information phone:  885-9750 or 883-2736  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  Park Rd., Gibsons  Pastor: Harold Andrews  Res: 886-9163,  Church: 886-2611  Sunday School 9:30 a.m.  Morning Service 11:00 a.m.  Gospel Service 7 p.m.  Prayer & 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 886-9482  Affiliated with the  Pentecostal   Assemblies   of  Canada  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  ROMAN CATHOLIC  SERVICES  Rev. Angelo De Pompa  Parish Priest  Times of Masses  Saturday 5:00 p.m.  St. Mary's, Gibsons  Regular Sunday Masses  9:00 a.m. Our Lady  of Lourdes Church  Sechelt Indian Reserve  10:00 a.m. Holy Family  Church, Sechelt  12:00 noon St. Mary's Church  Gibsons  Confessions before Mass  Phone: 885-9S26 or 885-5201  REFORMED  CHRISTIAN GATHERING  Sechelt 885-5635  Virtually every one of these  expedients has been attempted  by the church, in degrees of  enthusiasm ranging from lukewarm to radical, and every  stage in between.  The reception to these innovative answers to the decline  in interest in church worship  has been largely indeterminate,  since it would take a lengthy  study of a broad spectrum of  congregations offering varying  degrees of differences, from the  luke-warm to the radical, and  there would still be many  variables, such as the extreme  mobility of people today, to  upset the findings' value.  However, there are some  factors which are constant, and  it does appear to many of us  who look at this problem  seriously, that these factors  should be held uppermost in  the minds of the movers and  changers.  The first is a sense of  reverence, without which worship becomes simply a recreational alternative to any  other Sunday morning activity.  Reverence is an ugly word to  many of the "now generation"  and its descendants, and therefore needs to be taught constantly in order that it may  continue as a tradition in a  church which was founded on  free, voluntary, and thankful  reverence for the abounding  love, mercy and care of the God  who is being worshipped.  Secondly, there is respect,  another hard word to so many  young people today, but a word  which describes a quality which  produces clean and healthy  relationships, free of guilt and  burdensome envy and jealousy.  Once agains, the word respect in all of its positive  connotations, must be taught  ���:. nstantly so that new generations will understand the need  for respect���respect for the  traditions of our fathers���to  aid in the painful transitions  from each succeeding age's  knowledge by manageable  means.  Finally, in addition to reverence, respect, there should be  added another uncomfortable  word, "authority".  If reverence and respect are  unwelcome guests in so many  young people's lives, then  authority is a positive ogre!  But authority, when properly understood and embraced, lifts us out of thestagae  of "knee-jerk responses", into  the status of thoughtful and  meaningful activity.  If authority is properly  understood, we will realize that  there is virtually nothing we do  in life without some authority  or another, whether understood, implied, or fully accepted.  Within the limits of authority, we may move freely if we  have the respect and reverence  for that authority as being a  loving, gentle, understanding  force, who has our every  interest at heart.  If we have all three qualities  uppermost when we worship,  then the manner in which we  worship becomes simply the  vehicle which facilitates the  movement of our time together, before him whom we  worship.  It will also greatly influence  our desire to worship!  UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA  NEW DIRECTORY  MINISTER: Rev. Bob Scales -886-2333  Chairman Of Board: Dudley Taylor ��� 885-3769  Vice Chairman of Board: Ray Fleming - 885-5364  Clerk Of Session: Gibsons - Jean Maim/ - 886-9643  Clerk Of Session: St. John's ��� Bill Cormack - 885-9891  Pleas* keep for R��idy Reference  ��� Joan Huostis Foster photo  Dick Reeves and his part Simoved pup on the lower road in Roberts Creek. Buffy was obtained from  the SPCA at the age of 9 weeks. Now almost grown up, she take her weekly trash chores very  seriously.  Tired of sky-high heat bills?  Ask about the  WEATHERTRON�� HEAT PUMP  BY GENERAL ELECTRIC  America's No. 1 selling heat pump  Wi<*  Bill Roberts Refrigeration.  or call:   Bo��� 271)  Madeira Park, B.C. 883-9461  Harmony Hall  Happenings  The regular monthly meeting  on Monday was a good one  with 51 members in attendance.  A fair amount of business was  conducted, and a few small  problems settled.  Our Friday Fun nights have  become very popular, and our  Pot Luck dinner last Friday  evening was very well attended,  with about fifty hungry people  sitting down to a delicious  dinner. Afterwards we had  seven tables of whist, three  tables of cribbage, and four at  the pool table. Following this  was an hour of dancing while a  few played darts. The dart  games have become so popular  we are getting two more dart  boards installed.  All you lovely people who  wonder what to do on a Friday  evening, drop in to Harmony  Hall any Friday evening between 7 & 7:30 and play cards  with us. We are always happy  to welcome new members. Pot  luck dinners are on the last  Friday of the month, and Eva  Oliver who handles the dinner  likes the food to be brought in  about 6 o'clock. The next one is  Friday, March 27th so put that  down on your date list, and  have something to look forward to.  Plans are well under way for  our spring tea, bazaar and  plant sale. Our garden men  have some lovely geraniums  ready for your hanging baskets,  and just at the right time for  planting on May 2nd at I p.m.  The raffle tickets are seeling  well, and the items will be on  display in Sunnycrest Mall on  the Easter weekend with members ready to sell you tickets.  We would like to expand our  hall to include room for crafts  such as weaving, painting,  ceramics, woodwork, quilting  etc., and the feasibility of such a  plan is being looked into. There  are more and more people  coming into this area, and a  craft project could be a very  welcome addition to our hall.  We have very clever, capable  people, some of whom would  be willing to help others get  started on a hobbv. More on  Chimney  Cleaning  & Maintenance  Phone 886-8187  this later, but for now, food for  thought.  Don't forget 2nd and 3rd  Monday afternoons at 2 p.m. a  friendly social bingo, Wednesday afternoon at I p.m., carpet  bowling and darts, and Friday  evenings fun night. There is no  excuse to be bored in Gibsons.  We are happy to see new faces  and busy people are happy  people.  After Monday's meeting,  Einer Jorgenson provided  some interesting poems and Vic  and Mel Eckstein showed slides  of some of the scenery they  observed on their recent trip  through California, Arizons  and Nevada.  Enjoying a visit from Saskatchewan are Wilfred and Hilda  Coates. in-laws of president  Gladys Coates, who arc also  greeted as old friends at  Harmony Hall, having spent  previous winters here. We are  happy to hear that Flo Chaster  has returned home after surgery in St. Mary's Hospital in  Sechelt, and wish her a speedy  recovery. All the best to those  who are ill. and hope spring  brings new health and vitality  to all.  Gibsons Ready  886-8174      EP^  "Drainrock "Washed Rock  "Sand 'Road Mulch  "Fill "Concrete Anchors!  Mon.���Friday 8a.m.���5p.m  1A A A m~  Industria  'All Supplle  <4s  ��� Home ��� Auto ��� Boat      ^  s for the Do-lt-Yourselfer" ^  Upholstery     J  ft Boat Tops    <5  Ltd.              ,  The Weinhandls           -*M  Wyngaert Rd., Gibsons      4  886-7310                 ^\  tv             if?**   *+  *��� Boat Tops ^    vtw  Covers.        ^9^,         1*  Windshields     ^^ ^'fTaW  -Plexiglasj4e% 5  1 Vour Complete     ^  lupj^lsterucentre^r  jCoroplast^^     *^  for Greenhouses y            *)**. &  Pharmacarefc for you.  <r\  \bu can be reimbursed  80% of your prescription  expenses over $100 if you file  a Universal Pharmacare  Claim Form  by March 31st, 198L  All individuals or families registered with  the Medical Services Plan of British Columbia are  eligible to claim an 80% refund on expenses for  insured benefits over $100 spent between January  1st, 1980 and December 31st, 1980. Benefits of  the Pharmacare plan include most drag prescriptions, ostomy supplies, designated permanent  prosthetic appliances, and syringes for diabetics.  Over-the-counter drugs cannot be included.  To claim for your reimbursement, total  your official Pharmacare receipts for prescribed  benefits as listed above: if they add up to over  $100 for you and your dependents, you should  file a claim. Claim Forms are available at your  pharmacy. Fill out a Claim Form, attach the  receipts in the spaces provided, and mail.  If you are over 65, or an  income assistance recipient,  you do not have to  submit a claim form.  You are already receiving fully-paid  benefits.Tourists, transients and visitors  to British Columbia are not eligible to  claim; neither are people receiving  fully-paid drug and medical benefits  from a union or employer-sponsored  plan, or from D.V A., D.I.A., Workers'  Compensation or Home Care.  If you have any questions,  ask a Pharmacist. They know all  the details about Universal  Pharmacare.  ^Universal  pharmacare  I'��� I      a service of the Province of British Columbia  ^Hf      Ministry of Human Resources,  Honourable Grace M. McCarthy, Minister  warn  ���MM Prilling for oil  Coast Naturalists  by John Hind-Smith  : I heard on the radio lately  lhat the B.C. Government is  negotiating with the Chevron  bil Company to allow that  company to test-drill for oil in  ihe offshore waters of B.C.  Are things any different now  than they were the last time  Ihis was proposed and a  moratorium was put on it?  1 rather doubt it, technologically   speaking   anyway.  Ihe example of the oil well  blow out off the coast of Texas  and Mexico last year should  make any thinking person  question whether it is worth  taking such risks on the B.C.  coast. Here we are on the one  band lighting the transportation of oil by tankers down  the coast in the fear that there  will be a major disaster which  could affect hundreds of miles  of our beautiful coast line,  killing thousands of birds,  animals and plants, ruining  the fish spawning grounds  and recreation areas and then  on the other hand talking to a  major oil company about  drilling for oil in the same  waters. The whole thing is  just another example of the  illogical "reasoning" of the  Socred government. I guess  it's a case of money interests  coming before everything  else, common sense included.  Just this last week Dr. Ken  Hall of U.B.C, who has  studied the Fraser delta for  the past ten years or so, gave  a talk and slide presentation  lo the Marsh Society and  explained the delicate balance  lhat exists in such a system.  He gave many examples of the  way man can create havoc by  his thoughtless dumping of  deleterious materials into the  waters and the government's  apparent lack of action in  prosecuting those concerned.  It really does not seem to  matter how good the technology is, accidents can still  happen and it only needs one  to create a disaster many  times greater than anything  we have ever seen on the B.C.  coast. Once it has happened  there is no return and for  years the effects will be with  us. Perhaps in years to come  the technology will have  advanced to such a point that  the chances of accidents are  minimized considerably. Most  of these accidents are caused  by Vicld deBoer  The next time you are]  near a stream keep your eyes|  open for an unusual little grey,  wren-like bird called the  Dipper. This plain looking  little bird is unique in that he  is the only perching bird that  is aquatic. You can recognize  him on land by his habit of  bobbing his body up and down  by bending and flexing his  knee joints. In the air he is a  very swift flier and is often  seen whizzing down a creek  bed, often over a turbulent  stretch of water too rough for  foraging.  It's when you see him in the  water that you know for sure  you are watching a Dipper.  As you watch this incredible  little bird he will flit about the  rocks and boulders, walking  by human error rather than  mechanical failure, so one can  assume that such operations  will never be 100% safe.  However, our knowledge is  growing all the time and it  would seem reasonable to  suggest that if there is oil  out there it will still be there  for us to use in years to come,  so why not let it stay for  a while longer? After all, it has  been there for millions of  years and a few more are not  going to make too much difference. I would like to  suggest that if you are concerned about this matter you  should write to the Hon. R.  McClelland, Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum  Resources in Victoria with a  copy to Don Lockstead, MLA.  Coast News, March 10, 1981  15  Ted Gough's turf  Carefree gardening ^  by Sandy Loam  Nature Notes  and flying in and out of the  water. Most surprisingly of  all he actually walks along the  bottom of swift-flowing  streams, sometimes under two  feetofwaterl  This peculiar trait defies the  law of nature as the Dipper is  a very buoyant bird and  should not be able to stay on  the bottom like he does. Apart  from running in and out of  water, the Dipper can also  fly in and out, diving in or  surfacing   and   taking   off  without pausing.  The reason the Dipper  spends so much time under  water is food. His main diet is  insect larvae such as caddis  Joar h.il'siis Foster photo  Ted Gough admires some of the many plants which have been  donated tu his beloved gardens at St. Mary's Hospital.  needed oil to keep his plumage waterproof. Another  remarkable adaptation is that  his 'third eyelid' (nictitating  membrane) is transparent,  so he can still see with his eyes  closed under water and there  are movable flaps over the  nostrils to keep the water out.  A pair of Dippers usually  establish a territory covering  about 'A-'/i miles of stream.  Nests are made in banks or  cliffs overlooking the water.  Some nests have been found  behind small waterfalls which  the parent birds fly through  each time to reach the nest.  The female hatches the eggs  alone, setting on them for 16  days. Within three weeks the  chicks are out on their own,  foraging under the water like  no other bird in the world  does.  flies, dragon flies and stone  flies. Water beetles, crustaceans, worms and molluscs  are also eaten and Dippers can  catch minnows and newts. He  searches for these tidbits  among the boulders or along  the stream bed and will also  stand on a submerged boulder  and catch small creatures as  they float by.  Though the Dipper does not  have web feet to help him in  his watery search for food he  does have other special adaptations that make his underwater foraging possible. Under his plumage is a thick  layer of down and he has large  preen glands that supply the  St. Mary's Hospital, encircled as it now is with beautifully  sloping gardens, is Ted  Gough's turf. He has been  working there for seven years.  He drew the original plans for  the gardens now circling the  new wing and upon presenting  them to the board was told to  get on with the job.  Most of us would have been  intimidated by the thought of  such a major and public project  but Ted just went to work and  eighteen months later he is still  planting and planning but the  shape is there and the effect is  lovely. Massed heathers fatten  one section and clustered bulbs  another. Every possible type of  flowering tree and shrub is  charmingly placed and just  ready to pop. There are little  walks, benches and arbours to  enjoy. Compared to city hospitals in traffic laden downtown  areas, our sick are fortunate to  be cared for where there is a  beautiful view from every  window.  Many of the shrubs and  plants have been donated by  grateful patients, their relatives, board members and the  Ladies' Auxiliaries. There is a  cluster of what must be the  most Northerly growing outdoor Palm trees by the Hospital's attractive entrance.  Even if you don't have a  friend to visit in the Hospital  (you can usually find an  unexpected one) it is well worth  a jaunt just to admire the  carefully cared-for splendor  that Ted Gough has created.  Knowing the generous nature of the Sunshine Coast's  giving gardeners I will mention  that Ted is currently on the  lookout for old fashioned  English Primroses. They are  the shorter, single pctalled  variety and are sometimes hard  to find as most people prefer  the more sophisticated, taller,  multiflowered Polyanthus. If  you have any of the small Primroses, please leave them at the  Hospital labelled for Ted  Gough.  It is really nice to know that  Ted is doing sucha great job on  that landscaping because within the next twenty years when  we're all in St. Mary's for one  thing or another, those gardens  are going to help us get better  faster.  Thank you Ted and all you  gardeners out there quit whining about the amount of work  you have in your itty-bitty  square.  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Proud grandparents are John and  Rosemary of Gibsons and Lewis  and Nora of Kamtoops. "10  Obituaries  rhomson. Passed away March 2.  1981. Edmund Price Thomson,  pate ol Gibsons, in his 79th  year. Survived by his loving wife,  Olive, one daughter Barbara  Livingstone of Israel, one sister  Marjoric    Baldwin    of    Delta.  ' several nieces and nephews.  Service ruesday, March 10  al .1 p.m. in Samt Bartholomew's  Anglican Church, Gibsons. Rc-  verend John Robinson officiating.  Cremation. In lieu of (lowers.  donations to the Heart Fund  appreciated. Devlin Funeral  Home Directors. #10  lir Memorlam  In memory of our dear mother  Ethel McQueen.  Fathomless  love   on   us   you  bestowed  Asking for nothing but that we  should grow  Tender in heart but steadfast  ami true  High in ideas a pattern of you  Earnestly striving to play the  right part  Remembering you mother  God bless your heart  Sadly missed by Amy, Mary.  Jean and Joan  Thanhs  My sincere thanks to Dr. Paetkau,  Dr. Mountain, Nurses and staff  at St. Mary's Hospital, for the  wonderful care I received while in  -hospital. Also to all of my friends,  Bmany (hanks for their prayers,  Mowers,  cards   and   gifts,   they  Kwere   very   much   appreciated.  �� Love to all.  S Florence Chaster  Personal  I IIAIRDRK.SSING FOR SHUT-INS  j Professional service brought to  i vour residence 886-8290 #12  i ���  * Corns? Callouses? Use Heros  ! Chiropody Sponge to gently  ! erase painful corns and callouses  t and rough skin. This world-known  ; product is now here to bring you  ��� new -found relief. At Pacifica  I Pharmacy, Sechell. #10  ! Is grey hair adding years to your  \ appearance? Try famous Mor-  | gan's Hair Darkening Cream,  f from England. It's the modern  ��� way to beat the grey gradually.  i without sudden embarrassing  '. change. Also acts as a hair-  ', dressing for that well-groomed  J look. Start using Morgan's -  i your friends will notice you  ; look younger without realizing  j why. Available at Pacifica Phar-  j niacy. Sechelt #10  t "Lanex" helps moisturize dry,  i scaly scalp. This lanolin-rich hair  i and scalp conditioner is beneficial  1 to hair and scalp. Try "Lanex"-  ' find out what it can do for you to  I condition and groom your hair.  . Satisfaction or money refunded.  ' Al Pacifica Pharmacy! Sechelt #10  A.A.  MEETINGS  MONDAY: 8 30 PM  Open Meetings  Gibsons Athletic Hall  Ph 886-2596 Don  886-9208 Dudley  TUESDAY: 8 30 PM  Young People  Rear ot St  Marys  Catholic Church. Gibsons  Ph 886-9783 Lorna  WEDNESDAY: B 00 PM  Closed Discussion Meeting  Rear ol St Mary s  Catholic Church. Gibsons  Ph 885-3436 Catherine  885-3394 Herb  WEDNESDAY: 8.30 PM  Open Meeting  St Andrews Church  Madeira Park  Ph 883-9978 John  THURSDAY: 8 30 PM  Open Meeting  Wilson Creek  Community Hall  Davis Bay  Ph 885-2896 Ed  SATURDAY: 8.00 PM  Al-Anon - A.A. Meeting  Rear ot St Mary's  Catholic Church, Gibsons  Ph 886-7358 Linda or Bob  Personal  Could your discomfort be due  to bladder irritation? Try DeWitt's Pills, from Great Britain.  DeWitt's are formulated to help  you get prompt relief from this  type of back distress and related  problems. Get DeWitt's Pills  today. Available at Pacifica  Pharmacy. Sechelt. #10  Roberts Creek Ladies Softball  tirsi practice Sunday. March 15.  12 noon, Roberts Creek School.  New players welcome. HHo-%04  #10  Anouncements  \    TUB rt- TOP     I      -  \..    SHOP    ^J  A Full Line of      ����*)  Plumbing Supplies  NEW HOURS  Tues. - Sat.  9 a.m. - 5 p.m.  Gibsons  Hwy 101 & Pratt Rd.  Reward: Ladder lost on Highway  near Roberts Creek Road. Momb-  leau Construction. 885-2672 eves.  #10  Lost from Prowse St. Boat ramp  Gibsons Harbour 12 ft. aluminum  boat. Harbour Craft with red trim  Call 980-3026 collect #12  Lost February 13 long silver pin,  given to me 42 years ago. If you  found it please return to Elisabeth  Brown 886-9555 #10  Gibsons Fire Dept. has misplaced  one Pager Receiver Radio on  February 21 81. Identification  labels are attached. Please notify  John Hall at 886-7998 or 886-76! I  Kt-Hurd. #10  Found  4" lung red satchel-type child's  purse. Contact Gibsons Library  #10  Buby Carrier in Cliff Gilker Park  on Tuesday. 885-9237 #10  Gibsons Clinic Pharmacy carries  pet supplies, featuring Haifa  Mountain Flea Collars. All  Ilea collars $1.99. except large  dog collars. $2.49. Call John at  886-8191 an  Dug Obedience Classes beginning April. Call 886-8568 for  info. t��n  Kerry  Blue  Terriers  ,/    BOX 609. ._ .   ��_--.  SECHELT 000-2505  SPCA  SPAY  Clinic  and information  886-7938  Box 403  Gibbons, B.C.  0000000000066600600*  DANCE students, teachers and  others requiring information on  Tap. Ballet. Aero, Modern and  Spanish Dance. Please phone  886-2989. TFN  HOSPITALITY CERTIFICATE  COURSE  A one-day crash course for people  working face-to-face with visitors  to this area. Includes PR skills,  good service, communication  skills and several films. Limited  enrollment. March 12. Thursday.  9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Driftwood  Inn. Sechelt. Fee: $5.00. For  registration and information call  885-3511 Continuing Education.  #10  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  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  S.P.C.A.  For Adoption:-  7 mo, black Lab male  3 yr.   spayed   female   Persian,  1 yr. neutred male black cat  4 mo. male kitten tabby  1 yr. spayed female calico  2 yr. spayed female pure white  with blue eyes.  Peninsula    Kennels    open    for  viewing   9-11   a.m.,   2-4   p.m.  7 days a week or phone 886-7713  #10  ��� Magus���  Kennels  ��� Dog Boarding &  Training ��� Monthly,  weekly, daily  ��� #1 Great Dane in ra,es  Canada 1979. Bright clean  Kennels  886-8568  Roberts Creek near  Driving Range  PUPPIES: Father Norwegian  Elkhound mother Shepherd cross.  Parents have good disposition  and medium height. 1 have nine  and need six more good homes.  Phone 886-2271 daytime, 885-  2672 evenings. #11  Husky Cross Pup free to good  home. Moving. 886.7934        #10  C.K.C. registered Sheltie Pup  (min. Collie) female, comes from  long line of champions. Pet  quality. $175.00. 885-2550      #11  Uuestoch  Goat - free to good home. ph.  886-2046after5p.m. #10  Horse Boarding available. Rea  sonable rates. Call Lisa at 885  3478 #|Q  Two Reg. Jersey Cows due to  calve in April to J.F.D. Title  Angus cow & bull calf, heifer  calf, yearling heifer, cow due to  calve April to 27 times champion  886-2526 #|(|  HORSES  Vour opportunity for a good  riding horsel Bonniebrook Stable  being phased out. 886-7737, TFN  886-9409  wanted to Rent  2000 to 2500 sq. ft. workshop  for boat building. Anything  considered. Call collect evenings  947-2213 #12  Mature working lady seeking  reasonable 1 bedroom Gibsons.  Excellent ref. 886-9219 11 a.m.-  3 p.m. #|()  Katimavik Volunteer Youth  Group needs to rent a 3 or more  bedroom house. House that needs  repairs is O.K. Contact Barbara  MacLeod 886-7836 #11  Family of four wanting to rent  house between Gibsons and  Sechelt. Reasonable rent. Call  collect 732-5766 #11  Sell-employed portable sawmiller  requires small house in rural  area. Willing to supply labour and  lumber for allowance on cost.  P.O. Box 1074, Gibsons, B.C.  #12  For Rent  Semi-furnished suite in Lower  Gibsons. 1 bedroom. Call weekends 886-2977 #10  CASTLEROCK  KENNELS  l  ��� Boarding  ��� Grooming  ��� Puppies occasionally  Roberts Creek,  opposite Golf Course  885-2505  PENINSULA  KENNELS  Open  for Boarding  all types of  dogs & cats.  Excellent  care given.  Now  S.P.C.A. Shelter  Open  9-11 am&2-4pm  for viewing  adoptive animals  or drop-off  of unwanted  animals.  Phone  886-7713  uuestoch  MULCH HAY $1.50 bale. Phone  evening 885-9357 TFN  Registered '/: Morgan Mare.  Bay in colour. Reliable on trails.  Make excellent broodmare. $1000  886-8268 or 886-7029 #12  HAY. $2.00 a bale. Phone evenings 885-9357 TFN  ELLINGHAM  STABLES  ��� Boarding  ��� Training  ��� Lessons  885-9969  Room    and  886-2137  Board  available.  #10  2 bdrm. waterfront home fur-  nished, available immediately  to Julv 1. Redrooffs Beach area,  $550 per month. Phone 736-8434  #10  2 bdrm. home at Garden Bay in  Pender Hbr. Long term. reas.  rent to right couple. Reply Box 52  Pender Hbr. #12  Room for Rent, working person.  $200 mo. 886-9720 #10  19 in. Colour T.V. $25. per mo.. .1  mo. min. 26 in. consoles $30. per  mo. J & C Electronic. 885-  2568 flTFN  COMMERCIAL  SPACE  1250 sq. It. For Rent  Hwy. 101, Gibsons  886-9414  SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES  Peninsula Hotel 886-9334     TFN  Highest quality office space  available in new professional  building in Gibsons. 625 sq. ft.  Location is on Farnham Road  behind Gibsons Medical Clinic.  For details call 886-7020 or  886-7574 TFN  Community Hall for rent in  Roberts Creek. Phone Bill Grose  885-9237 TFN  OFFICE OR  RETAIL  SPACE  AVAILABLE  886-2417  886-2743  822-2617  MUSIC  \ JJ  %  PIANOS  by  Mason & Risch  at  ^^  HORIZON  MUSIC  Tnl Biy Ctrtlrt    885-3117  MUSIC  IN HOME ENTERTAINMENT!!!  Sick of your stereo?  Bored with TV??  Having a party?  Then you should call me  I will entertain you  for a minimal fee  Alan 886-9145  #12  westwuriu  Sound  Centres  &Q pioneer  Audio vox  wcomp  Fender Marshall  vamaha  Appliances  DEALER  COST  pint 10%  Next to Ihe  Bank of Montreal Building  Sechelt  885-3313  Help wanted  ASSESSMENT  CLERK  As a member of the clerical support team, an experienced career oriented  clerical person is required  by the B.C. Assessment  Authority for its Sunshine  Coast Assessment Office  located in Sechelt.  An Assessment Clerk will  normally be assigned an  area of responsibility and  will be required to carry  out a variety of clerical  assignments in support of  the appraisal team including, but not limited to:  - completes a variety of  data processing and manual forms  - operates a data entry  device  - carries out clerical tasks  involving transfers, building permits, update  cards and mobile home  returns  - deals with counter and  telephone enquiries  - performs related assignments in meeting organizational objectives  The successful applicant  will possess Grade 12  education including or  supplemented by business courses and a  minimum of two years  preferably related clerical  experience coupled with a  good knowledge of  modern office practices  and procedures and an  ability to type with  accuracy and reasonable  speed.  This position offers  excellent working conditions; fully competitive  fringe benefit package; a  salary from $14,351.76 per  annum.  NOTE: A lesser qualified  applicant may be appointed at an entry level  clerical position with a  salary from $12,543.84 per  annum.  Competition No. 81 -31.  Closing Date:  March 20, 1981  Application forms may be  obtained from the various  assessment offices  locataed throughout the  province. Please forward  completed application  forms to:  Director of Personnel  B.C. Assessment  Authority  1537 Hillside Avenue  Victoria, B.C.  V8T 4Y2  Help Wanted ��� worn wanted I Worn wanted  POSITION VACANT  ACTIVITY AIDE  The successful applicant must be  artistic, have the ability to teach  crafts, entertain the residents,  assist them in their psychological needs and generally plan  and organize the activities for our  22 Extended Care patients.  This full time position requires  co-operating with all staff but  particularly team approach with  nursing, physiotherapy and medical staff.  If you have the above talents and  qualifications please apply:  L. Buchhorn, Personnel Officer,  St. Marv's Hospital, P.O. Box  7777, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3AO.  Tel: 885-2224. Local 21 or 25   #10  Reliable full time babysitter  needed. Please phone after five  p.m. 886-2896 #10  Tutor for Grade 12 algebra  student urgently required. Please  phone 886-7237 after 4 #10  Help with the family expenses in  a stimulating job with flexible  hours. For personal interview  call 886-8053 or call collect  (112)430-3275. #12  Person with small car to deliver  the Vancouver Sun Mon. to Sat.  temporarily for 3-4 hours a day in  Roberts Creek. For more info, call Bob Gee collect at 732-  2330. 8 a.m.-7:30 p.m. & leave  message. #10  Waitresses and Bartenders.  Apply in person, between 10-4  p.m. at the Cedars Inn. #10  Wanted exp. shake block cutter.  Must have two years exp. Daytime shake packer $3.75 a square.  Exp. trimmer $10 an hour. Must  have reference. For interview  call 885-3971 p.m. #12  Mature reliable person with good  housekeeping skills to work as  home-maker in Pender Harbour  area. Must have own transportation. Apply to Homemaker  Service, Box 1069, Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3AOorcall 885-5144.      #10  One full-time Sales Clerk. Apply in  person at Trail Bay Sports,  Sechelt , #10  MacMillan  Bloedel Ltd.  invites inquiries from  mobile saw mill contractors to cut lumber  from cypress log rejects at Port Mellon.  Phone 884-5355, 7 a.m.  - 3:30 p.m.  R.G. Ford  Superintendent  Work wanted  Design  Drafting  886-7441  WESTSANDS  HOME CONSTRUCTION  Custom framing  and  finishing  885-9630 #6  BRICKWORK  Richard Saunders. 886-8586, 886-  8456 #13  'j. LEPORE TILE^  Quality Installations  Ceramic, Mosaic or Quarry  All work guaranteed  Free estimates  Phone Anytime  8W-8097  For Eiploslve Requirement.  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.  TFN  Electrical Contactor wants work  anywhere on the coast, own boat  for island work. 886-9316      TFN  Reliable licenced Plumber, reasonable rates. All work guaranteed. Call Bruce 885-5072       #11  WEST COAST  fPAII.TII.fily  886-2883  Free  Estimates  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  ELECTRO STATIC  ANNOUNCEMENT  ONLY WAV  CARPET CARE  $59.85  Uncial  itt'comnicndctl hy Canada  I r.ulmn Carpel Manufacturers  lor Information  888-2653  Renovationt and Repair*, Fn;  rnlng and Foundations. Call Jin;  or Brent at 885-5643 TFN  Chimney Cleaning and main'  tenance. Ph. 886-7411 or 886-80U   TFN  YOU WANT IT DONE?  WE'LL DO IT  Build fences, chimney sweep and  moss spraving etc. etc. 886-7540  TFN  30 yrs. parts experience in  electrical automotive plumbing  and heating. Wishes to relocate  on the Sunshine Coast. Phone  collect 524-2938 #10  Experienced Carpentry at reasonable prices. Sundecks, framing, finishing, renovations,  fences or wc could build your  complete home. Call 886-7851 #10  2 experienced Carpenters for new-  structures, renovations, plumbing and electrical. Call eves.  885-3387 #10  Need to increase sales? Salesman  living in Sechelt area looking for  work on Sunshine Coast. Experience in hardware, auto,  truck iV. RV equip. Available immediately. Phone 885-3349     #10  Hardwood Floors resanded and  finished, work guaranteed. Free  est. Phone 885-5072 TFN  Harbour Chimney Cleaning. Set  vtng the Sunshine Coast. Fireplaces, furnaces, oil stoves. 883-  9171. Customers from the 886 exchange call Collect. TFN  PENINSULA  R00FIN6 ft  INSULATION LTD.  All Types of Roofing  & Re-Roofing  Henry Rodriguez  Sechelt      885-9585  Have Sawmill/Will Travel. For  accurate and dependable lumber  production - in vour own back  vard. Write P.O. Box 1074  Gibsons. B.C. VON IVO #12  FENCE  Before Spring, Repairs or New.  Ph. Bob Murray 8859671.      #12  ZENITH CONSTRUCTION  "We take pride in our work"  Cabinets, greenhouses, additions  no job too small, reasonable  rates. Call 885-3319 'til 9 p.m.  TFN  "CUSTOM DESIGNED HOMES  Solar Situations Ltd. Box 612.  Gibsons. B.C. 604-886-9146. Solar receptive passive principal  residential & commercial site  evaluation and design consulting.  General contracting. Finish carpentry, building maintenance.#12  Will do any kind of job  from  renovating to gardening.  Satisfaction    guaranteed.     886-2161  #12  Fully experienced carpenter looking for part time work. Roofing,  foundations, renovations etc.  in and around Gibsons. 886-9146  #12  TREE SERVICE  Wc   make   it   our  business   to  provide satisfaction  Our speciality:  ��� Topping  ��� Limbing  ��� Danger Tree Removal  Insured guaranteed services  Peerless Tree Ltd.  Call for free estimates 885-2109    TFN  Qualified   painter.   Reasonable  rate? Work guaranteed 886-9749.  TFN  Yard and Basement clean-ups,  rubbish removal. Also young man  seeks steady employment. 886-  9503 #11  rimberjack Skidder with operator. Wire splicer available. 886-  2459. TFN  Biosons inorttd  BOOHKEEPIHB  SERVICES  PHONE BETWEEN  8:00 am. -11:00 am.  5:00 pm. - 6:00 pm.  8864877 MRNUM  ��� Gen. Bookkeeping  ��� Income Tax  Wanted  Wanted to Buy: Logs or Timber.  Fir. Hemlock. Cedar - Porpoise  Bay Logging Ltd. 885-9408 or  885-2032 TFN  18" Cedar shake blocks. Wc pay  the best prices for good wood.  Also custom cut vour blocks.  886-9856 TFN  Older furniture, china etc. bought  or sold on consignment. Harbour  Antiques. 1585 Marine Dr.,  Gibsons. 886-7800 TFN  Mobile Home 2-3 bdrm. Good  condition. Fridge, stove incl.  Around $8,000. 885-9.161        #11  The Coast News is looking for  back copies to complete their  files. Issues missing are from  June to December in 1976.  Anyone wishing to donate, please  phone 886-2622 and we will pick  up. Thank you I TFrJ  Delivered sawdust, shavings, for  stable. 885-9969 TFN  Wanted to Buv: 2 to 3 truckloads  of Topsoil. 886-8592 #111  Overstuffed reading chairs, one*  or two. older, very comfortable  type in good condition. 885-3428  #12  CASH FOR LOGS  Top Prices  Free Estimates  D & 0 LOG SORTING  LTD.  886-7896    886-7700  For Sale  Colour TV as new $275. 2 hp out)  board $250. 12 gal. hot wattS  healer 110 v. $30. 18x22 S'Sj  sink $15. Complete water pumfl  system $1.15. Rocker $5. julcan  $55. Wringer washer $35. Small;  wheelbarrow $15. Camp stova  $10. Leather briefcase $15j!  885-9545 #l|  Girl's Bike $20. Training wheels  $2. Girl's skates size 13 $53  885-9859 #|jr  Sawmill for sale - carriagct;  carriage drive, blade. 220 CurrC*  mins forklift, complete or sepal**  ate. '73 Charger for sale 885-31 \$  pr  7s"'~douhlc hallcruiser 307 Chev  marine 225 OMC" all accessories!,  trailer. CB etc. 886-"248 after 5  $5,000 or best offer. Can be seen  at Paul Drake. #12  3-sp. Bicycle $40. Older Gcrrarfl  78 turntable, new cartridge $5(|.  Yamaha classical guitar case  $160.886-2705 eves. #l��  Moving, must sell, .1 vinyl 30V  blinds, bathtub, sink A tap*.  toilet tank & scat brown metal  bathroom shelves, kitchen tabic  4 chairs, wooden chest of drawer),  Rcgina electric broom, 60*'  chrome clothing rack, woodejl  clothes rack. Ph. 88692.15      #l|)  Built-in Dishwasher, green. V.G.  cond. $1511 OBO. dinette set,  wood groined arborltc tabic & 4  chairs $125 OBO. superman  comforter & curtains $25. black  out window shades, one white,  one blue $15 ca. Beige flowered  bedspread iv. curtains $30. other  various print curtains $I0$I3,  decorator material lampshades  with fringe $30-$40. 886-7889  after 6 p.m. #10  NEED  RAILING?  Think  Wrought  Iron!  The Olde  Iron Shoppe  Hwy. 101, Gibsons  886-2708 Tilers  Sheds  Lawn mowers  MACLEODS  SECHELT  885-2171  For Sale  Attention store owners. Six 4 ft.  double steel shelving gondolas.  2 end gondolas. 9 maple 2'x4'  bunk storage drawers '/i price.  883-9676 #10  Honda 350 good condition $450  OBO with helmet & gloves.  Water Skis, fiberglass, used one  season with rope $150.00 OBO.  Fender Mustang Guitar, new PU  with case $335 OBO. Ph. 886-2890  evenings. #|0  For sale  Coast News, March 10,1981  17  Automotlue  Marine  Four 5-stud 16" split rims with  summer tires $50 ea. 885-2704*10  Easy   Spirolator   Washer   Spin  Dryer.  Good  condition.   $45.00  OBO.   886-9393   after   4   p.m.  #12  I ��� 22 gal. hot water tank as new.  I . Inglis Dishwasher. 3 ��� large  iron wheels, 2 sinks, I pedestal  type. Phone 885-3376 #12  Kitchen Table, 4 chairs, ex. cond.  $60 back pack to carry child  $15. Like new umbroller $20 or  best offers. Tel. 886-9332        #10  Good home wanted for Toggen-  burg Goat, freshens in April.  Friendly and easy to handle.  Phone 885-3376 #12  Sailboat. Cheetah 26. Ed. Monk  design. 3 hdsails, VHF, sndr..  KT. mtr, force 10 cabin htr���  9.8 Merc. O.B., elect, start,  much more. $22,000.886-7127*12  Firewood for sale S20 a pickup  load. U-Pick-Up. $25 delivered  Gibsons. $30 Sechelt. 3 Lab/Shep  pups $5 each. Sawdust $5 a  pickup, U-Pick-Up. Wood for  sale. Short log truck service  plus custom cut your logs.  886-9470 #12  Must Sell deluxe modern dining  tabic & 4 chairs $250. 5-piece  bedroom suite $270. Teak glass  coffee table $45, portable washer  spin dryer $45, fold-away cot  $15. Ph. 886-2797 #10  Trade Your  APPLIANCE  on a new  HOT POINT  at  MACLEODS  SECHELT  885-2171  2 68 MGB's. One runs really well  and one is for parts. 2 hd. tps, good  wheels���great deal at $2,500.  These are classics now! Jane 883-  9342 Sun. -Tues. or write R.R.#1,  Garden Bay, VON ISO TFN  HOT TUB?  Do it yourself. Fiberglass ,ed-  wood and vinyl. Solar collectors,  HAS Contracting. 885-3825   TFN  Inglis multi-cycle auto washer,  excellent condition. Guaranteed  & delivered. $225. Phone 883-  2648 TFN  Appliances, Furniture, TV's,  Stereos etc. DISCOUNT PRICES!  Kern's Home Furnishings. Seaview Place, Gibsons. 886-9733.  TFN  Moffat double oven stove and  Viking twin door freezer/refrigerator and one complete  set of wooden kitchen cabinets.  886-9156 TFN  TONY'S  UNIQUE RESTORATIONS  BRASS & ANTIQUES  Pedal    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  12' plywood Boat with trailer.  $350.00 OBO. 886-9047 #11  Akai  quad   reel-to-reel.   Sansui  amplifier, two Steintron speakers  and a parlour stove. Call 886-2571  #11  Tupperware - your guarantee of  quality ��� keeps food at peak of  freshness - pretty and practical  storage made simple. 886-9363  #11  Large Shed 15' x 30' insulated  duroid roof. Alaska heater, excellent condition. $1500. Phone  885-5684 #11  1872 Monte carlo  MsooHrm  Excellent Condition  19751  rc i  Very Good Condition  Hyd. Jacks & Tie Downs  (2200 or Best oner  1/8 to 3/8 -18" shakes good for  "skirting  sheds"   "barns"  or?  $3.00 per bundle. Phone 884-5385  #12  Propane Range c/w overhead  broiler oven & 2 speed fan incl.  2 100 Ib. tanks & regulator in  excellent condition, avocado  green $350. Ph. 886-2924        #12  6 ft. cast iron long back bathtub,  without feet, with L-shaped tub  doors. $200.886-9198 #10  885-9345  CAMpbEll's  FAMILY SHOES  and  LEATHER GOODS  HARDWARE  & GIFTS  "IN THE HEART OF  DOWNTOWN  SECHELT"  Deadline ��       Deadline 12:00 Noon Fridays  12:00 Noon Saturday /Classifieds should be prepaid and pre-wrilten  PENDER HARBOUR CENTER  MADEIRA PARK  883-9914  Your friendly neighbourhood drop-off  points for ilHf ffll  Classified Ads  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING  Copyright and  Advertising  Regulations  The Sunshine Coast Nev.-.  reserves the right to classify  advertisements under appropriate headings and determine  page location. The Sunshine  Coast News also reserves the  right to revise or reject any  advertising which in the opinion  of the Publisher is in questionable taste. In Ihe event lhat  any advertisement is rejected,  the sum paid for Ihe advertisement will be refunded.  Minimum $2.50 per 4 line Insertion. Each  additional line 50$, or use our economical 3  weeks for the price of 2 rate. This offer is made  available for private individuals.  THE FOLLOWING CLASSIFICATIONS  ARE FREE  Birth Announcements, Lost and Found  No billing or telephone orders are accepted  except from customers who have accounts with  us or who live outside the Sunshine Coast.  Cash, cheques or money orders must accompany  all classified advertising.  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE  NOON SATURDAY  ALL FEES PAYABLE  PRIOR TO INSERTION.  Please mall to Coast News, Classifieds,  Box 460, Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0.  Or bring in person to  the Coast News Office in Gibsons.  CLASSIFICATION:  Eg. For Sale, For Rent, etc.  1  1  1  1                                                                                                                                                              T  1  1                                                                                                                                                                                 _i                                                              _  |                      _l_  !                                                           -L  1  1  1  \X  [XT             X -  884-5240  CAM PRENTIS        Prop  DUNHAM RD , PORT MELLON  VON2SO  '/. PRICE SEAT SALE!  Depart April 9-June Sth on Air  Canada or C.P. Air. All Canadian  and some U.S. destinations.  Children 2 through S, $99.00.  Call Gibsons Travel 886-9255 #11  Cost new S275 now $100. Lazy-  Boy recliner rocker. Good condition. Phone 886-7266 #10  Ides of March Sale. Metcalfe  Road, Roberts Creek. 10 a.m-  2 p.m. #10  Hoover Washer/Spin Dryer and  portable dryer,  good  condition  $150 OBO. 886-2079 after 6 p.m.  #12  Save $1000 on reconditioned  Case chromoglass sewage treatment plant. New controls, ready  to transport from Roberts Creek.  $1500.885-5595 or 922-7362    #11  Double stainless steel sink  complete taps porcelain cabinet  sink unit complete $50 each.  886-8027 #11  Esso Ultimatic Oil Furnace  with CIO burner still in crate.  Model 96B. $350.00 firm. 883-  9967 #10  Chrysler 440 engine; 100 hours:  cross-over 2'/i-l reduction $4000.  Phone Charlie Lee 883-2563  Madeira Park, B.C. #11  32' bus (not running) partly  camperized $650 OBO. Phone  886-2029 evenings #11  20" Hitachi coloured T.V. Excellent condition. Only 8 months  old. $550. firm. Phone 886-8005  #10  HOT  ,   WATER  TANKS  All Sizes  Best Prices on  the Peninsula  MACLEODS  SECHELT  885-2171  Opportunity,  Knocks  Pets and Plants  Well established and growing, this unique business  offers a full line pet store  combined with tropical  house plants. Excellent  location in the heart of  Sechelt, with room for  expansion. Owners will  train. Serious enquiries  only. After 6 pm.  886-8029  .&  50M.P.G.  1979 Volkswagen Rabbit diesel  4-door, 4-speed, sunroof. Call  886-8476 #12  Volkswagen 7-seater bus 1972  (Dec.) bodywork in very good  condition ��� mechanically well  maintained. 1 owner. $4200.00.  Phone 886-9290 #12  1964 Volvo 122 Canadian B18  4-spd. Good body, clean interior,  new exhaust, brakes, clutch,  good radials. Needs minor repair.  $850. Leave message for Ed at  885-9285 #11  1971 Volvo 142S 2-door, standard  trans. Asking $1250 OBO. Ph.  886-7386 #11  '65 GTO 389 rebuilt engine, new  brakes, Stockhurst 4-speed, black  interior, body excellent condition.  Price $3800.886-8226 #11  '79 El Camino mint cond., deluxe  int. AM/FM radio, auto, PS/PB,  V-6, $7500 firm. 885-9227 after  4 p.m. #12  75 Camara L.T., PS/PB, 75,000  miles. Good shape $3500. 886-  9963 #12  GMC Jimmy 1976 PS/PB $5,000  OBO Ph. 886-7701 #12  1978 Plymouth Caravelle. PS/PB  PW cloth int. air cond. extras  $4.949.00OBO. Ph. 885-5034 #11  5 mini tires  -  2 summers,  2      winters and one spare on rim. I9M Ford Pickup needs work  $50. Call 886-8509 mornings. #10 $300 or best offer. 885-2672 eves.    #10  W.   Roy   electric   stove   $200.   ,,,   .,��� ���   I   General   Electric   hairdryer.    "  Matador Coupe  360 auto  $50. Ph. 886-2632 #10   V^J^J^. r����f' *?*  cond. $1400.886-2705 eves     #12  600 sq. ft. fiberglass resin & 1974 Fora- ��200 240/6 radio,  I'/i oz. matting for 50��/sq. ft. vent, hUgf, water, stove, new  Phone 885-3337 #10 tjreSi   |ugg,   rack|   insulated  &  panelled.   Excel,   cond.   $3800.  886-2705 eves #12  MV Scooter CFV 12229 26 ft.  'C Lie. Trailer 3 yrs. old new  145 Volvo, gas, VHF, CB, sounder, hyd. gurdies, sink, fridge,  stove. Phone 885-5602 #11  9' x 12' green India Rug $100.  Eng. clay chimneypot $70. Explosion-proof Lantern $75. Mock  F/PW/Dutch tile hearth $75.  Danish 2-pce. Chesterfield $175.  2 ladderback din. chairs $75 pr.  Intercom 4-stn. unused $50.  Call 886-9077 #11  Electric Hair Dryer and electric  range. 886-2632 #10  HIT  THE  DIRT!  1972 Chevy Blazer 4x4 dual tanks  PS/PB good cond. Phone 886-  9949 evenings #12  1975 Datsun sport truck 60,000  miles. Biodegradable body. 886-  9137 #10  1974 Ford F350, baby duals,  4-speed. 12' freight van. $3,500.  886-2700 #10  Time to prepare  your garden  for planting.  ��� Lime  ��� Fertilizers  ��� Peat Most  ��� Steer Manure  ��� Potting Soil  Fruit Trees  Ornamentals J$fr  Perennials      S^l  Garden Seeds     "  Quality  Farm & Garden  Supply Ltd.  Prat! Road        886-7527  SMALL CAR  SERVICE  No problem for us - Ford  has been building and  importing cars and trucks  from Germany, Japan  and England as far back  as 1949.  So if you have a problem  with your small car we've  got the  Hour* ot Mulct  7:30 am.-5 pm. 885-3281  swrra cmst  FMLM MU�� LTt  D   I would like a subscription to that  lively, informative COAST NEWS.  D   I would like to send a subscription to  my kith or kin.  Kindly print or type the name and address of the person to  receive this fine salty coastal epistle, and please enclose your  cheque for  $24 for one year or,  $15 per half  Mail to:  The Coast News,  Circulation Dept.,  Box 460,  Gibsons, B.C.  VON 1V0.  PROVINCE.  POSTAL CODE  BRONCO MUSTae  Has vour nun  Lots its HOOT  Come in and see Herman  Vandeberg, 20 years Volkswagen Specialist - Factory  1 trained.  SMTN CtMT  FMM UUS 1TB  Howl ol Sarvtco  7:30 am. - 5 pm. 885-3281  vm.vi do suck  iMMrVWFlrtt  I M.UHI   LYNX GRAN  1975 Chevy Cheyenne short boi  stepside 4x4. Black with tin  interior, chrome bumpers, 350-  4 bbl, all-terrain radials on rally  wheels, rear sliding window,  auto, eicellent condition. 886-  8351 #11  Custom 1978 Jimmy, PS, PB,  PW, cruise, tilt, 400 ci., eicellent  cond. 53,000 km. $7,800 firm.  886-7087 Ml  1974 Chevy Blazer 4i4. Price  $3500. Phone 885-5029 after  6p.m. #11  1979 Bronco XLT 351. Mag.  wheels, eic. cond. $8500 firm.  886-8516 TFN  1973 Ford 3/4 ton, PS/PB, fair  condition. Dual Tanks. 60,000 mi.  $1100.886-9588 #10  Motorcucles  14-6" Whaler-type Work Boat  double hull construction, eicellent cond., very strong, 2 mo.  old 40 hp Merc still under warranty. Call Ron at 886-2572 till  4 p.m. Boat can be seen at  Gibsons'wharf. $3700.00.     #11  12' aluminum Boat with 4'/i hp  Johnson. $1,200. 886-7877     #11  14 ft. Glascraft, 40 hp Johnson  and daytank, CB radio, battery.  $1850. OBO. 886-9097 #11  HIGGSMAUNE  SURVEYSLID  Insurance claims, condition and  valuation surveys. Serving the  Sunshine Coast and B.C. Coaital  Waters. Phone: 885-9425, 885-  9747,885-3643,886-9546     TFN  UN MORROW* CO. LID  Marine Surveyors, condition and  detail surveys for Evaluation.  Surveys for insurance claims.  Phone 886-2433.  TFN  1975 Chrysler, 18', 105 hp  complete with canvas & trailer.  Eic. cond. $6500.886-8516   TFN  18' Sangstercraft I/O 120 Merc  C/B E-Z load trailer, paid moorage & many eitras. $5000 or B/O.  886-7908 eves #10  GARDEN BAY BOAT STORAGE  Safe Indoor atonge 883-9315 or  883-9234 TFN  AB Haddock Boat moving.  Licensed and fully insured.  Hydraulic equipment. Phone 883-  2722 days. 883-2682 eves      TFN  1979   Honda   650,   windshield, 1979 19' Thermoglass, Vi H.top,  lug.   rack,  backrest,   7200 mi. sleeper seats. 120 0MC, 25 hrs.  Exc.   cond.   $2100  OBO.   inc. on   engine.    Price:    $7200.00.  helmet & raingear. 885-2391   #10 Ph. 886-9198                        #10  Must sell  1977 DS185. Comes  with   helmet,   face   mask   and  kidney belt $300. Tel. 886-9715  #10  1975 Honda 550 four, 15300 miles  excellent condition, TT100 tires,  quartz lights, Koni shocks, bell  helmet, $1200.00 or best offer.  Phone 886-7071 after 5 p.m.   #12  '77 GT500 Suzuki black/chrome  excel, cond. $1500. 886-2705  eves. #12  1972 Kawasaki 350 c.c. Needs  minor work $350 OBO. Ph. 886-  7934. #12  Campers ft RV's  '77 Wilderness trailer, 23' storm  windows & awning $8900 OBO.  13 ft. construction trailer, steel  frame $1800 OBO. Call 886-2910  after 5:00. #11  1978 30' Holiday Rambler deluxe  model. 1 bedroom. Shower.  2-way fridge. Stove/oven. Set up  at trailer park. 886-7994 #12  FOR SALE  14 ft. Scamper Trailer sleeps 6  3-way fridge, 3-burner stove,  heater, electric brakes, equalizer  hitch and many other acces.  all in mint condition $2000.  Phone 886-8076 #12  Mobile Homes  10x50 Great Lakes, acorn fireplace, slate hearth, elec. heat,  air cond. W/W carpet etc. etc.  $9,000.886-9006 #10  Wanted 8' or 10' 1 30' to 50'  Mobile Home or Trailer. Good  condition. 112-298-7698 #11  32 Doublender Diesel Power  Dickinson, heater, propane stove,  2-way fridge, head. Sips. 4,  could be lived aboard. Asking  $13,000. Phone 883-2363       #12  Trauel  k       hoHooy/  TRAVEL NEWS  ALASKA  CRUISES  BookHow  Space Limited  21 Days  ODESSA  May 17 Departures  Front New Orleans  To Vincouver  AIR CANADA  50% OFF  SEAT SALE  Still Some Silts left  CENTURY TOURS LTD.  HAWAII  ONLY *299.  Return Air  Plus Accommodation  Tel. 885-3265  Cowrie St., Sechelt.  Legal  CHAPMAN CREEK  MOBILE HOME MLB  MID SERVICE  885-9518  at  Big Maple Motel  Davis Bay  coast mobile  Homes Ltd.  GOOD  SELECTION OF  DOUBLE WIDES  we tahe trades  or  Consign your Mobile  Home to us for  Quick sale  WHARF ST.  SECHELT  885-9979       mdl 63m  APPLICATION  FOR  FORESHORE  RIGHTS  IN SECHELT INLET  REGIONAL FILE  #2400422  An application is  pending for the tore-  shore rights for that  portion of the sea lying  adjacent to, but approximately 150 meters North  of Lease #3872 belonging to D. Rogers of  Sechelt, B.C., and being  in the Land Recording  District of Vancouver.  Commencing at a post  on the Southern side of  the bay, thence in a  straight line approximately 350�� true to a post on  the shore thence along  the shore to the original  post. Containing approximately two hectares.  Purpose - Oft Bottom  Oyster Culture.  Rand B. Rudland, M.D.  Sechelt, B.C. 18 Coast News March m 1Q��1  Public Works      Travaux publics  Canada Canada  INVITATION TO TENDER  SEALED TENDERS for the projects or services listed  below, addressed to the Head, Tenders and Contracts,  Pacific Region, Department of Public Works. Canada,  1110 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6E 3W5  will be received until the specified closing time and  date Tender documents can be obtained through the  above noted Department of Public Works, Vancouver  office and the Postmaster. Gibsons, B.C  Services  Interior Cleaning & Grounds Maintenance - Post Office,  Gibsons, B.C.  Closing Date: 11:00 AM PST - April 1, 1981  The lowest or any tender nol necessarily accepted.  B.C. Vuhon Bianhet Classifieds 25 Words for $99  Canad'a  PUBLIC NOTICE  TO USERS OF PENDER HARBOUR  Take notice that Ihe Ministry ol Lands Parks and  Housing in conjunction with local citizens and local  gi ivernmenl is undertaking a review of foreshore use  wilhin Ponder Harbour The purpose of the review is  to arrive al acceptable policy for (a) legalizing, modifying or removing exisling unaulhonzed wharves and  related improvements used foi the moorage of boals  (bl establishing acceplable public slandards for  luluiu legal use ol foreshore within the area.  The review period terminates on April 12. 1981.  Further lake notice lhat I have authorized Mr, G. A.  Rhoatfes Regional Director of the Lower Mainland  Region in coh|unclion with the local Sheriff lo act on  my behall to institute immediate seizure of any new  improvements, logs, machinery, eguipment, goods,  chattels or other materials illegally placed on  Crown land which may oi may nol be covered by  watei located in Pender Harbour until April 12.  1981 For further information contact Mr G. A.  Rhoades Regional Direclor. Lands and  Housing Regional Operations Division. Ministry ol Lands, Parks and Housing, 4240 Manor  Street Burnaby. BC V5G 1B2  Province of  British Columbia  Ministry of Lands,  Parks and Housing  John C Johnslon Dcpuly Minister  British Columbia Hydro  Power Authority  BY SEALED TENDER  As is - where is  1 Columbia Trailer  Model PT3 Pole trailer  Ser. 3522  3 ton capacity  Manufactured 1961  Trailer may be Inspected March 12,1961  between 10:00 am. and 2:00 pm.  Contact J. MacKenzie at 885-2211  Tender closes March 18, 1981 at 12:00 Noon  and will be opened at 2:00 pm.  E. Hensch,  District Manager  c  tfp  Property  ��i] 3 Bedroom Home  ^t>y        1100 sq. ft. with Carport  $46,900.  Built on your lot,  including Fridge, Stove. Dishwasher  and Light Fixtures  WEKO Construction Ltd.  Box 888, 885-2525 (eves.)  Sechelt 886-2344 (days)  FOR LEASE  Seamount  Industrial Park  1,500 sq. ft., available now.  3,000+ sq. ft. available soon.  caii 886-2311  after 6pm.  SHIPPER  NOTICE  The undersigned carrier  has made application to  increase rates and  charges in his filed tariffs.  Subject to consent by  the Motor Carrier Commission, proposed rates  will become effective on  or after April 1, 1981.  Proposed rates may be  examined at the offices  of the undersigned carrier.  Representation may be  made to the Superintendent of Motor Carriers,  Burnaby, B.C., up to  March 18, 1981.  H.H. Williamson, for  TOTEM LOG  HANDLING LTD.  Province of  British Columbia  Ministry of  Forests  NOTICE  INVITING  APPLICATIONS  FOR TIMBER  SALE LICENCE  A15183  Pursuant to section 16(1)  of the Forest Act, sealed  tenders will be received  by the Regional Manager,  Vancouver, up to 1 p.m.  on March 30, 1981 for a  Timber Sale Licence to  authorize the harvesting  of 210 cubic metres of  dead & down cedar located Sechelt Peninsula.  New Westminster Land  District.  Term: 2 years.  Bids can be accepted  only from small business  enterprises, as defined in  the Regulations.  Applications for registration under the small business program and details  of the proposed Timber  Sale Licence may be  obtained from the Regional Manager, B.C. Forest Service, 631-355 Burrard St., Vancouver, B.C.  V6C 2H1 or the District  Manager, B.C. Forest  Service, Box 4000, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0.  DANCING AND SKATING SUPPLIES. Catalogues available for  mail order. S.S.T. Ice and Dance.  22446 Lougheed Highway, Maple  Ridge. B.C. V2X 2T6 or phone  467-6133. #10  HOLSTE1N HEIFERS freshening  within 4 weeks. Can deliver.  Phone (403) 652-7371 High River.  Alberta. #13  WANTED ��� ROUGH CEDAR  LUMBER well sawn and trimmed. Rough cedar standard and  better. N.P.S. Dimension,  squares, timbers and one inch.  4 to 12 inch width, random  lengths. May consider some high  quality utility. Above delivered to  Edmonton area, flat car or truck  Reply Michael Saiko, Michael's  Forest Products Ltd.. 209 Revlon  Building. 10221-104 St., Ed  monton, Alta. T5J 1B2. Phone:  Business (403) 424-2232, resi  dence (403) 469-7444 #10  USED FORKLIFTS over 50 units  in stock. Priced from $2,995.00.  All types. Speedy Forklift, 1415  Rupert Street, North Vancouver,  B.C. V7JIG1. Phone 980-2434.#10  LOG HOMES AND CABINS.  Daybreak Construction Ltd. For  brochure or further information  contact George Donovan, Box  777, 100 Mile House, B.C. VOK  2EO. Phone 395-2867 (days)  397-2735 (evenings). #10  IF YOU ENJOY GARDENING.  do it year round, using an aluminum and glass greenhouse!  Write for free brochure to:  B.C. Greenhouse Builders, 7425  Hedley Avenue, Burnaby, B.C.  V5E 2RI. Mail orders now  available. #10  TAXI BUSINESS VANCOUVER  ISLAND. 5 car 24 hour well established extra licences available  $95,000.00. Phone 748-9168 12  noon 3 p.m. R.S.V.P. 35 Canada  Avenue, Duncan. B.C. V9L 1T3  #10  CAT 966C (1979) #25 WELDCO  Serial Number 30K3330 Low  Hours. Excellent condition.  Phone 456-7534. Box 174, 70  Mile House, B.C. VOK 2KO.  #10  16 ft. Starcraft aluminum. 40 hp  Merc elec. start, 1500 ft. E-Z  loader trailer all almost new  condition. $3,400 firm. Center  steering. 886-8516 #12  Gambier Island 9.69 pcres.  Leave your car at Horseshoe  Bay and enjoy a super retreat,  camp or fix up old cabin. Spectacular high view. $55,900. Phone  277-4085 #12  Property  Local couple wish to purchase  building lot. Gibsons/Roberts  Creek/Sechelt areas. No agents.  Reply Box 1225 Gibsons #11  Lots for Sale. Select cleared,  close to school on Malaview,  Gibsons area. Phone 886-9453 #11  Lot for Sale: 100 x 150. Fully  serviced with potential view.  Sunnyside Subdivision. 886-8289  after 5:00 p.m. #11  m BLOCK  BROS.  PRIME  COMMERCIAL  $89,900.  90' x 180' Commercial zoned  lot in Gibsons Landing. Ex  cellent exposure onto Hwy. 101  can be developed without  delay. Suitable for commercial  and industrial use.  HURRY  $159,000.  3.67 acares in Gibsons Landing. Ideal for commercial/  industrial use. Potential for  small strata titled industrial  park. Excellent investment  opportunity on popular Sunshine Coast.  For complete details call Mark  Rosenberg, John Busswood or  Lyle Henderson.  (112) 988-3151  1972 D600 CHAMPION GRADER. C/W Ripper $25,000.00.  Phone 774-6362 #10  WATERFRONT PROPERTY ON  VANCOUVER ISLAND. House is  1800 square feet of living area.  3 bedrooms. 2 baths plus family  room. Property has walk-on  beach with fantastic view of  Georgia Straits. Quiet location  well removed from highway and  tourist area. Call Bob Bradley at  Tartan Realty, 287-9271 or 923-  3859 evenings. #10  DREW SAWMILLS LTD.. MA-  LAKWA. B.C. requires high-lead  logging contractors. Interested  persons please write Drew  Sawmills Ltd., Malakwa. B.C.  VOE 2JO. Woodland Dept., or  call 836-2891 #10  AUTOMOTIVE MECHANIC. An  experienced automotive mechanic  required to operate garage area of  established B.C.A.A. approved  service station in Whistler,  B.C. Successful applicant will  enjoy superior remuneration, excellent working environment and  job independence in growing  resort community. Working  knowledge of 4x4's and imports  an asset. Qualified applicants to  send full particulars of work  history to: Randall Rogers c/o  Willpower Enterprises, Box 142,  Whistler. B.C. VON 1BO        #10  CUSTOM FEEDING: Winter 400  Ib. Heifer calves $150.00. Summer pasture and breeding $50.00.  Second winter feeding and  calving, $175.00. Pasture available for 100 cow-calf units  $9.00 per head per month. Hay  for sale $1.75 per bale. Phone  567-4307 or Box 1134. Vander-  hoof. B.C. VOJ 3AO. #10  DAIRY FARM (FRASER VAL-  LEY) 41 acres, 1700 lbs. 50 grade  cows. 60 young stock. Complete  details. Phone 854-1054 or 823-  6920. Write 35011 Townshipline  Road. RR#1, Matsqui. B.C. VOX  ISO #10  ORDER YOUR SHAKES NOW.  All shakes are 24" double taper  split. Will split your own shake  wood. After 5:00 p.m. phone  638-8342 #10  Property  BUYING MOST TYPES OF  GUNS: Winchesters, Brownings,  Parkers, quality doubles, engraved, deluxe models, anything  collectable, rare, unusual. Pete  Gooliaff, 1839 Cathy Avenue,  Kelowna, B.C. Phone 765-0350  #10  BROWN AND WHITE EGG  LAYERS, cross strains, meat  birds. Echo Poultry Farm and  Hatchcrv, 30230 Huntingdon  Road, RR#I, Abbotsford, B.C.  V2S 1M3. Write for price list. #10  FLYING DUTCHMAN GOLD  MINING EQUIPMENT, Abbots-  ford. B.C. Phone 859-5490. Model  "A" 8 to 10 yard per 8 hours.  Model "AA" 18 to 20 yards.  Complete washing plants with  sluices. From 70 yards to 500  yards. Proven 95 per cent plus  recovery on Fraser River Float  Gold. #10  COMPLETE PROFITABLE  AUTO REPAIR BUSINESS, many  extras. B.C.A.A. contract, superior muffler franchise, Gulf Oil  Products. Gross over $250,000.00  Terms $70,000.00 cash for tools  and equipment. Parts inventory  extra. Long Term Lease. Write  Dept. "Y", Driftwood. Box 250,  Ganges. B.C. VOS 1EO. #10  THRIVING MARINE AND  SMALL ENGINE REPAIR CENTRE in prime waterfront location.  Gross over $100,000.00. Terms  $35,000.00. cash for tools and  equipment. Parts inventory extra.  Long term lease. Write Dept.  "X", Box 250, Ganges, B.C.  VOSIEO. #10  HARBEL HOLDINGS LTD. Mobile homes located in parks on  pads. Listings and sales. We  welcome all enquiries concerning  Wheel Estate. Listings wanted.  Phone 585-3622 (collect). 13647-  100th Ave., Surrey, B.C. V3T  1H9. The Wheel Estate People  TFN  PHOTO STUDIO FOR SALE in  Norlh Okanagan community.  Good growth in prosperous area.  Currently grossing $60,000.00.  Write Box 370 c/o Salmon Arm  Observer. Box 550. Salmon  Arm. B.C. VOE 2TO #10  20   hp    Merc/16'    Springbock Wanted  to Buy   privately  5-10  $1200, good fishing combination acres,  A.L.R. OK.  Phone  885-  3   hp   Evinrude   mag/flywheel 3337 #10  $50 as is. 886-2705 eves. #12   Evergreen Park, new 3 bedroom   ��?' *| freekside Park. Full price  home with shake roof $75,900.   J?'���=?? 5.������ No a8en,s P,easc-  886-8370  #12  Ph. 886-2904  #10  Garden Bay view lot, southern  By owner: 3 bedroom family exposure, store, marina 10 min.  home, basement, on large lot. away. Water in. $34,000. 886-  Rosamund Rd. 886-7581 #10    7955.886-9720 #10  BONNIEBROOK  HEIGHTS  View Lots at Gower Point  Selection of  choice lots  All services underground  Brynelsen Benzon  Realty  Vancouver 689-7556  More Letters  to the Editor  Access pros and cons  Editor:  Re  The Gibsons Access Conflict  At last council meeting,  Tuesday, March 3rd, there  were several deputations with  respect to the Sunnycrest  Access route, both for and  against. In the main, the pros  and cons were business people  and private citizens respectively.  As a businessman myself  I do not agree with the private  citizens who make the claim  that the Sunnycrest Access  will only benefit the business  people. We should get away  from this idea of "them" and  "us". In my view a healthy  business climate is essential to  the good and welfare of the  total community. Healthy  business establishments provide not only efficient public  service but they do much more  than that. They spend the  greater part of their margin of  markup over cost of goods on  other local services and wages  and taxes, etc. etc.  I can see, however, that the  main push for Sunnycrest  comes from real estate promoters and the owners of the  undeveloped property behind  the mall. Some business  people I have talked to,  including fairly influential  ones in the area, say they  don't want all that traffic by  their door to mess up their  local traffic patterns.  This is precisely the reason I  have consistently opposed the  Sunnycrest Access.  We do get a lot of tourist  business and summer trade in  this community - without  which we could not provide  the present level of services  and stay in business. Bat, it  comes not from the through  traffic, or passersby, but from  those who come here to stay,  whether for a day or two, or  more.  As a businessman in this  community I must cater to the  more permanent local trade  and that extra which comes  along, as I have said, which  puts the icing on the cake. It  is therefore not good business  sense to cause traffic congestion which will block off  the mainstay of our existence.  As a merchant in the mall,  I would tend to encourage  traffic patterns and adequate  parking to handle this local  trade, which is ever-increasing.  The government Highways  Department, I am told, would  insist on a crossing over 101  through Davis Road and on  to Gower Point, if the Sunnycrest route is chosen, I can  well sympathize with the local  residents in the area whose  quiet way of life would be  disrupted and for homes  destroyed.  It was suggested at the  council meeting by the proponents of Sunnycrest that the  Village could say 'No', have  them put in traffic lights and  force a right turn from Sunnycrest on to 101 for those who  want to proceed in a westerly  direction. Can you imagine the  lineup of cars waiting at  lights to enter the mall, or exit  in either direction? To me, it is  a ridiculous suggestion!  B.C. Vuhon  Bianhet Classifieds  WOOD WINDOWS AND  DOORSI B.C.'s lowest pricesl  Huge selection. Now stocking  pine double glazed windows.  Walker door: Vancouver 112-  2661101, 1366 S.W. Marine  Drive V6P 5Z9 or North Vancouver, (112-985-9714), 1589 Garden Ave. V7P3A5 TFN  ALFALFA HAY FOR SALE,  quality guaranteed, delivered in  B.C. Phone 403-363-2957. Brooks  Alfalfa Sales, Box 1246, Brooks,  Alberta. #11  EXPERIENCED SERVICE MANAGER required for Ford dealership on Sunshine Coast. Reply  quickly to Box 1759 Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3AO or call 885-3281 or  684-2911 (Vancouver direct) for  details. #10  INTERIOR LOG HOMES. Hand-  crafted, brochures available,  Bridge Lake P.O. Bridge Lake,  B.C. VOK 1EO. Phone 593-4459  #10  And what about the other  important areas of our com.-  munity - the lower village, ot  the industrial areas? What,  about North Road, which is a  light industry and commercial  area and which could provide  another access either as a  right turn to the Sunnycrest-  Cedars business community,  or straight on down to the  lower village.  It was hinted by Mr. McRae  of Gibsons Realty in his  presentation that, in view of  its length, North Road probably would not be connected  to the by-pass. I say it must be  connected and we should have  some political input, if necessary, to see that it is.  A great deal of "by-pass"  traffic now comes down North  Road, turns right on Reed,  left on Henry and then right  onto 101 to Sechelt.  The developers and proponents of an Access directly  into Sunnycrest could surely  pay for their own link-up to  Reed.  A properly curved right turn  link-up with Reed off a North  Road access would give that  business community its access, for that traffic, singularly needing the services  available there. This would  also lessen the pressure at the  junction  of North  and   101.  I presume we will still have  the lower road into Gibsons  from the ferry, which recently  has at times handled almost  all the traffic. This is the kind  of route (the scenic route) that  the leisurely tourist - the one  who may stop, or stay and  spend some money, would  take. He must ultimately,  then, go past Sunnycrest al  which time with a right turn he  can  enter,   stop  and  shop.  The same holds true of  North Road entrance.  We finally come then to the  point of how many access  routes can we expect to have?  It's taken years and years toi  get to the point of selecting a'  by-pass and access route.  Where will we be ten years  from now in terms of traffic  needs? Some are saying;  'is Payne even far enough  down the road'?  One businessman reminded  me that Kamloops, a city of  over 100,000 people, has  only two access roads off the  by-pass. As Alderman Larry  Trainor says, we simply  can't have them that close,  together, assuming, of course.;  that North Road with its;  ultimate connection to the.  lower village is a must.  I set these thoughts down  for us all to seriously contemplate. We desperately  need a by-pass Now. Let it be  one. While we bicker and  remain divided on this issue  the senior government is not  likely to do anything. Quite  reliable sources have indicated the highway planners  do not favour Sunnycrest - and  probably for much the same  reasons as I outline.  Finally, I want it known that  I have a very high regard for  each and every member of  council. This issue divides us  only as to how each of us looks  at things.  Alderman Bill Edney  Giannakos  commended  Editor:  Gibsons & District Chamber  of Commerce wishes to commend George Giannokos for  his untiring dedication to  supporting the young people in  this area.  Through his efforts the  Sunshine Coast Motorcross  Club has been organized and  has 65 members. They are  preparing for their first Sun-  shine Coast Motorcross event  on March 15th at their track on  leased land off North Road;  This involves young riders;  their parents, and local business people as well as many  groups from other communU  ties.  Congratulations and best  wishes, George, from your  fellow members in the Cham-:  ber of Commerce.  Jon MacRae;  President  ���hi Sunshine Coast  Business Directory  I ELECTRICAL I  i HEATING I  TomFlieger   Phone 886-7868  LECTRICAL  ONTRACTING  Box 214. Gibsons. B.C.  VON 1VO  ill's Holland Electric Ltd.  Bill Achterberg  886-9232  SECHELT METAL PRODUCTS LTD.  Forced Air Heating  Oil, Wood, Electric, Gas and Heat Pumps  Air Conditioning     885*2486  General Sheet Metal  \ Reed Road,    Gibsons  EXCAVATING I  marcel's 8M-91��2  Backhoe seru.ee  Sewer - Septic - Field  Water and Drain Pipe j  ICG CANADIAN PROPANE   I     II  LTD. {CANADIAN  Hwy. 101   Stch.lt betwten  SI Marys        L��aa.laLa.��a  Hospital and Foreil Ranger iHul 885-2360  Mon.-Fri.   8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sat.   9 a.m. - 5 p.m.  THOMAS HEATING  General Sheet Metal  Installation ol Healing 8  886-7111  CR. Excavating  Ho��F.-li or                                            Randy  Contract           1V"* excavator            9M-S7H  s rough road work > land clearing   ��� J.F.W. EXCAUATINB LTD. >  ��� Septic Fields ��� Excavations ��� Clearing ���  s   HiTilRti. 886-8071 Gibsons  '   F & LCONTRACTORS  Landclearing, road building, logging, tree removal  excavations & gravel      886-7833  886-9872  ^  >  '       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  ��� Oump Truck   ��� Backhoe  ��� Cat   ��� Land Clearing  ��� Free Estimates  ��� Septic Fields  RUFUS BULLDOZING  ��� Land Clearing ��� Excavating  ���Dram Fields   886-9739  I RESTAURANTS I  s��avi��w aAaotNs  Chinese & Western Food Licensed Premises  Tuesday to Sunday  Lunch: 11:30-3 pm Dinner: 4:30 ��� 9 pm  Sal. a Sun. Lunch: 12 noon - 9 pm  Lower Gibsons 886-9219    Take Out Available  I FLOOR COVERING I  SEAVIEW CARPETS - CABINETS  SHOWROOM OPEN  Open 10-6, Tues. to Sat. Friday to 9  Phone 886-2743 and 886-2417  Daryll  I APPLIANCES I  HARRISON'S APPLIANCE SALES  Parts and Service  Tuesday ��� Saturday 9 ��� 5  886-9959 Pratt Rd.. Gibsons  JOHN HIND-SMITH  REFRIGERATION & MAJOR APPLIANCE SERVICE  Port Mellon to Pender Harbour  KEN DE VRIES & SON LTD  .FLOOR COVERINGS  Carpets - Tiles- Linoleums - Drapes  Hwy. tot, Gibsons Cowrie St., Sechelt  886-7112 885-3424  Bin installations  17 Years Experience  Commercial And Residential  Floor Coverings '���*��� ):  *���.^-   a&amama* ^anafcaaa    Jfc^* ���  ^ 8M-2923     MMf   1 >  Carpet Steam Cleaning  8855851  I MISC. SERVICES I  DIAL-A-BOTTLE  Bottles ��� Party Ice ��� Mixes  ��� pop 886-2775 ,clgs  Res. 886-9949  FREE ESTIMATES  Look  tor ut In tht Yellow Ptjw,  I AUTOMOTIVE I  Need this space?  Call the COAST NEWS  886-2622 or 886-7817  'T/U^'     m'S,C  LESSONS    YOV ENJOY ">  rtfat     pi"��&0"'"    Jessie  ffUyhM    Begin at age 4 and older    t/  1614 Marine Drive, Gibsons    886-9030     O-vlO/l/liSOtt  We specialize rn Volkswagen Repairs  :^Bj> fcntaptm MatotB  Dares   885-9466 *honda*  Your Specialty Shop:  Mufflers, Brakes, Tune-Ups  l6lbi��ii��IKAKe&TIIB  Hwy. 101, Gibsons 886-8213  Superior  Muffler  NEED TIRES?  Come in to  COASTAL TIRES  at the S-BENDS on Highway 101  Phone 886-2700  Economy AUTO PARTS Ltd  Automobile. Industrial  and Body Shop Supplies  Sechelt    88S-SI8I  UPHOLSTERY  ALL REUPHOLSTER1NG DONE  Boat Tops & Seats  1339 Whart Road.  Sechelt. B.C. 885-5216^  SUNSHINE COAST *  DISPOSAL SERVICES  885-9973     Port Mellon to Ole's Cove     886-2938  Commercial Containers Available  r2086 GIBSONS LANES Hwy,0,Lx *  OPEN BOWLING SUMMER HOURS *  Saturday -7:00- 11:00 p.m. ri  Sunday - 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. **'  PACIFIC-O-FIBERGLASS  FIBERGLASS LAMINATING - REPAIRS  BOATS-SUNDECKS, ETC.  14 years experience 865-2981   I CABINETS I  SUNSHINE    KITCHENS  CABINETS ��� REMODELLING  Showroom in Twilight Theatre Bldg.        8Kb ���" 4 It  VOPENSAT. 10-5 OR BY APPOINTMENT  <&  Upholsterers  ���     Serving Sunshine Coast and Vancouver  883-9901 ah Furniture - Marine - Boat Tops  YOU'LL NEVER RUN OUT!  Audrey's Coffee Seruice  Office & Restaurant Coffee  Supplies & Equipment   885-3716   CARPET-CABINET-CERAMIC CENTRE  Open Thurs. ��� Sat. 10 a.m. ��� s p.n.  Howe Sound Distributors Ltd.  North Road. Gibsons, B.C.  886-2765  IVJ'I 886-7359 MtV  Conversion   Windows,  Glass, Auto & Marine  Glass, Aluminum Windows & Screens, Mirrors   Hwy 101 & Pratt Rd.   Coast News, March 10, 1981  Coast Cable says "contract fulfilled"  19  Ed. note: We have received a  copy of the following letter  addreuedto;  The Reverend John Paetkau,  Halfmoon Bay.  Dear Reverend Paetkau:  We are in receipt of your  letter dated February 19,  1981, addressed to the Canadian Radio-Television and  Telecommunications Commission regarding cablevision  service on the Sunshine Coast.  It was with some dismay  that the undersigned read  your letter relevant to the lack  of cable service availability  on Cooper Road and South-  wood in the Halfmoon Bay  area.  This Company has, we  believe, a very good reputation in regard to the extension of services to sparsely  populated areas on the Sunshine Coast.  Your area in particular,  was approved for construction  in December of 1980 but due  to reasons well beyond the  control of Coast Cable Vision  the placement of cable has  been delayed.  The cost of extending cable  distribution plant is currently  running at about $8,000.00  per route mile for capital  costs and our support structure rental for pole line  facilities from B.C. Telephone  is $25.00 per month for that  same mile of plant.  If one allows a 10% depreciation  rate,  applies  an  I MISC. SERVICES  18% cost of money factor, a  10% operating overhead allowance and $300.00 per year  for support structure rental  one soon comes to the realization that at $9.00 per month/  per subscriber the cable  company must have no less  than thirty-one subscribers  per route mile if the operation  is to break even.  With Coast Cable Vision  Limited's average subscriber  density of thirty-five to forty  subscribers per mile of plant  it   becomes   quite   obvious  that we are not limiting our  system expansion to what  some residents have called  the "more lucrative areas"  on the Sunshine Coast.  In fact, it is the Company's  policy to provide service  wherever we can eventually  break even and by doing so we  demonstrate our faith in the  future growth of the area and  thevalueofour service to area  residents.  Reverend Paetkau, we are  sure that because you are now  Boards score minus zero  Editor:  Due to the bureaucratic  bunglings of the School Board  and the Regional Board, the  residents of Pender Harbour  no longer have an Aquatic  Society to operate their  swimming pool.  The Aquatic Society has  been ignored and embarrassed in this whole matter  from the beginning, yet they  were the only ones who were  at all knowledgeable as to the  operation of the aforementioned pool. And now the  Regional Board will have to  hire an Aquatic Director to  do this job and this will not be  an economical undertaking.  Naturally the additional cost  will come from the taxpayers  of Area A.  What a shame, when all  that was needed was a three  party meeting at the very beginning to discuss the problems, seek a solution and get  on with the job.  1 am totally amazed at the  stupidity of our elected officials. The ones who could  have helped the taxpayers of  Area A have buried their  heads in the sand and hoped  the problem would go away,  while the members who had  no interest whatsoever in  what happened at Pender  Harbour made all the decisions.  I am sure that we could  expect a better deal if we  relied on Victoria politicians  to resolve such differences.  At least there would be no  aware of the facts relevant  to the extension of cable  services to your area and indeed the extension of cable  services to other areas contiguous to our existing service  area, you will agree that we  are meeting our "mandate"  and "fulfilling our contract"  above and beyond all recognized requirements!  Yours very truly,  John S. Thomas,  Vice-President &  General Manager,  Coast Cable Vision Ltd.  conflict of interest, no prejudice as to sex and no play  for power. In my estimation,  the Regional Board and the  School Board have accomplished minus O for the residents of Area A.  Yours truly,  L. Farrell, Madeira Park  Surprised  Editor:  When Wanda Best reviewed the show of water-  colours by Shari Street at the  Arts Centre (February 24), I  was surprised that she didn't  even mention the sculpture  being shown at the same time.  Jackie Murray's work was  much more interesting, 1  thought.  Yours sincerely,  Veronica Plewman  I CONTRACTING I  UPBIGSAVINGS!  Buy and Sell  Through Classified Ads  KRAMAK CONSTRUCTION CO. LTD.  ���   Foundations   ���   Framing   ���  Custom  Homes   ���  On your lot or ours  Norb Kraft 885-3432 Sechelt  R. & J. SERVICES LTD.  Repairs & Rebuilding of/ Electrical Contracting  ��� Industrial  ��� Commtrclal   886-9963^  Alternators  ��� Starters  ��� Generators,  ^Payne fld��� Gibsons  <1��btj  ESTSANDS  HOME  COHSTRUCTIOH  Quality Construction ��� Retaining Wills  ��� Framini (Finishinf  ��� Concrete Foundations  FREE ESTIMATES  DM jM-jMO Pig ,  L  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd. n  * Feed * Fencing     886-7527  * Pet Food  * Fertilizer   PJ*"���-  Gibsons  BOBCAT SERVICE  HISCOfflMCTIIM  ��� Hot Tubs ��� Swimming Pools  ��� Solar Installations ���Framing   ||fr3625.  MOVING AND STORAGE  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  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CERAMIC TILE SALES AND INSTALLATIONS  Box 65  Sechelt  Joe Jacques  Phone  885-3611 J  Harbour Chimney Cleaning  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST  Fireplaces Furnaces Oil Stoves  L 8Bv"Bl7l       Customers from Ihe 866 exchange call collect       J  WHEELER CONTRACTING  General and Sub-Contracting  Framing, Cedar Shakes & Specialize in  Cedar Siding, Also all types of Renovations  CALL ROY WHEELER SSS-SSSS Ext. *4  --��� , ���  SUNCOAST TRUSS LTD. &Z.J  (Gibsons) 886-7318  Industrial Way, Seamount Industrial Park p q ���     , .���  Residential & Commercial Roof Trusses Gibsons, B.Cj  Mercury Sales & Service  Honda Sales & Service  4/    MARII  PERMASEAL ALUMINUM  MANUFACTURING LTD.    j ^  COMPLETE AUMNUM WINDOW PRODUCTS rfr t"^  DOUBtEPANEWINDrjWSIOlteWCCtlSTRUCTION   v'jrt*'  AND RENOVATION PUWOSES *   .^t*'  885-3538 *  Sunrise Ridge Industrial Park. Airport Rd Sechelt. B C   MARINA  RESORT  Sllverline, Campion & Lund boats  O. BOX 160, MADEIRA PARK, B.C. VON 2HO   883-2248  Gibsons Tax Service  Income Tax Preparations  All Business Strictly Confidential  A. JACK  1767 Martin Rd., Gibsons  886-7272 Anytime  24 HR. SECURITY  P I'alriillini; - (.'ommcrrial Sites, Industrial Silos  & Private Residr-nces  885-2112   * u"v B��n('e('  SS?7Q4> Bog Hat, Sechelt J  I PAINTING I  TREE TOPPING  VIEW DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  Clean up your wooded areas.      |jjarv volen  Remove lower limbs for VIEW.      886-9597  Top tall trees adjacacent to building  WOODZIN CONSTRUCTION LTD.  FOUNDATIONS ��� FRAMING   ��� FINISHING  UBHIMFraW 885-9068 Bd 1196, MCfttll  TOMOR FORMS  & FOUNDATIONS  P.O. Sox 14*4,  Sachalt ��� mi-tm  )  Form & Foundation Work  Retaining Walls  Free Estimates  Guaranteed Work  Professional Work At Reasonable Cost  ��J0E DAVIS "'-  PAINTER & DECORATOR  R.R. 2 Lower Rd., Gibsons 886-8291  OCEAN HOMES LTD.  For your New Home or Remodelling  Callustor     * CUSTOM BTOO CMMETI     Ev��-  jui estimate. Oar Specialty!  Locally Mmlicturtd  lliry Steairt  ��� concrete Septic Tanks  ��� Distribution Bom  tl Pump Tanks. Curbi, Patio Blocks  Bonniebrook Industrial Ltd. 886-7064  6owitmtPit ftpprmd  After 5 p.m  Terry Connor  886-7040  PAINTING CONTRACTU  Box 540, Gibsons, B.C.  4%  Tn Halllfra VsastnutlM. Ltd.  Custom homes, commercial and renovations  P.O. Box 1280   SECHELT. B.C. VON 3AO   886-2012 J  HARTLEY PAINTINQ  ft DECORATING  ^Residential  Commercial & Marine  STEVE HOFLEY  Natural & Cultured Stone Facings  House Fronts, Fireplaces  and Feature Walls  ALL WORK CONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED      886'tJ4S* Coast News, March 10, 1981  J Benson Photo  1 hi' usual prize of S5.00 ��ill he awarded to the first name drawn from the barrel which correctly  locates the above. Send jour entries to the Coast News, Box 460, (iibsons. Please note jour entry can  onlj he considered if it reaches the Coast News office by Saturday of the same week as it appears in  Ihe paper. Don't delay! This week's winner identified correctly the sign for the main entrance of St.  Mary's Hospital in Sechelt. Eric Van Der Geest of Fairmont Road in Gibsons not only gave the  (oast News the right answer but reproduced the sign in fine detail.  Solitude  Ramblings  of  a Rover  by Dee Cee  Of ali the damn-fool questions lhat have been asked me  in regard to the winters spent in  my log cabin in Glengarry  County, ihe two most frequent  were: "Were you not lonely  there living all by yourself?"  and "What on earth did you  find to do?" I must admit that  the questioners were for the  most part urban dwellers.  Anyone who has been born and  raised in a rural environment  has more sense than to make  such fatuous enquiries.  In reply to the first of the  questions I can honestly answer  in the negative. In retrospect I  can now see that all my life I  have been somewhat of a  "loner" and preferred it that  way. I could, on occasion, put  on a pretence of being gregarious but it was a forced  effort al best and I was only too  glad to abandon it at the  earliest opportunity and, figuratively speaking, crawl back  into my shell. I felt safer and  happier there and, with few  exceptions. I have found most  of my fellowmen to be not only  uninteresting bul downright  boring if one spent any length  of time in their company. I  would gladly have put many of  the feminine sex 1 have met in  the same category and avoided  them too but, unfortunately  from   lime to time,  the  old  biological urge would take over  and the need for their company  and attentions became imperative and, at times, so  urgent and compelling that  peace of mind was impossible  without them. However after  that need had been sated 1 was  only too glad to get away from  them and resume my happy  state of solitude.  Still on the first question.  How could one possibly feel  lonely when one was an omnivorous reader and had access to  a small library that had been  bequeathed to the village of  Dunvegan by a former Presbyterian minister? There were  over 400 books gathering dust  on the shelves ofa small alcove  in the post office and, before I  arrived on the scene, only one  member of this miniature  library, the same lady who had  so kindly made me a present of  the beautiful lamp described in  a former article of mine. I am  not suggesting that the rest of  the community were illiterate  but in those far distant days the  farmers (and their wives) were  far too busy to have time for  reading and I doubt that very  many of them would have been  interested in the types of  literature that the good reverend had left behind. There  were books on theology, philosophy, history and travel, with  a few of the classics rolled in for  good measure. During the five  DISCOUNT PRICES  ��� Furniture     ��� T.V.'s & Stereos  ��� Appliances ��� Auto Stereos, etc.  KERN'S HOME  FURNISHINGS  Gibsons  INexi 10 Mr  Mike  886-9733  Mon. to Sat  9 am. - 5 pm  winters I spent in my cabin  from 19.12-37 I would like to be  able to report that I read them  all but that would be a  fabrication. Let us rather say  that I gave them a good going  over and learned a great deal,  far more than I had every  dreamed possible in my school  days. Among all these weighty  tomes I discovered Ralph  Connor and avidly devoured  all of his works, including The  Man from Glengarry. Glengarry School Days and I  especially enjoyed The Doctor  and The Prospector. The  author, as you probably know,  was writing under a pseudonym and was in real life a  minister himself, the Rev.  Charles W. Gordon.  Now for the second question  as to how I passed my time  during the daylight hours. That  first winter 1 not only had my  daily chore of cutting wood for  the stove and, although the  cabin was snug and cozy, it  took a prodigious amount to  keep it that way but I had many  other tasks that had to be  attended to. First, adopting the  principle I had learned in the  lumbcrcamps. I built a bunk  bed entirely of small peeled  poles in the corner furthest  away from the stove. I strung  ropes across the frame, then  gathered armfuls of fresh  balsam boughs to line it with  and on top of all had a mattress  of dried cornhusks that Mrs.  MacRae had made for me.  Next I built a table using the  same poles for the frame and  some of the left-over lumber for  the top. Finally I constructed  shelves and cupboards out ol  the remaining boards. Not  knowing the first thing about  carpentry, all this took a great  deal of my time. Also that  winter I nearly lost the cabin  when Ihe chimney thai Archie  and I had so painstakingly and  k/eMntj Goimu  ^udamid Gouitu  Gwduatiofi Gownb  How /vailaMe at  Trail Bay Centre  Sechelt 885-9818  Trail Bay Centre Store Only  Tax policy gets  quick results  A recommendation made by Alderman Brian Stelck at last  week's Sechelt council meeting met with outstanding success. The  recommendation, now a policy of the Sechelt council, was to  follow the precedent set by the City of Victoria, "that on the  penalty date of taxes, anyone with outstanding taxes of $1,000 or  more be issued a writ and thai the Village of Sechelt apply to the  Court of suitable jurisdiction for the recovery of taxes."  This, plus the threat of publication of delinquent tax payers'  names in local newspapers was enough to start a small stampede  to the village office to pay up. In one week, over half.of the taxes  owing to the village were paid. $30,000 of the $53,000 owing.  Gibsons access  still disputed  Continued from Page One  Alderman Strom replied that she had supported the Payne  Road access only "on the condition that Sunnycrest Road is a  reality."  Strom later told the Coast News that she had not been  pressured in any way, by other members of council or by any  group of merchants, to change her decision. Strom pointed out  that traffic coming down Payne Road destined for the upper  Gibsons commercial core would have to make two awkward left  turns, one at Payne Road and Highway 101, and another across  Highway 101 into the Sunnycrest Mall parking area.  Strom said she felt that such traffic would use North Road  instead, because of the easier right-hand turns and this would  create a heavy traffic flow past both Gibsons Elementary and  Elphinstone Secondary Schools. At the meeting, Strom also  pointed out that the continuation of Sunnycrest Road to bisect  Davis Road is a recommendation of the Department of Highways  which neither she nor council has favoured.  Speakers Jon McCrea and Blane Hagedorn pointed out that  large trucks carrying freight to the larger stores in the Sunnycrest  Shopping Centre would be able to service those stores without  passing through the congested centre of the commercial core.  McCrea also observed that while developers would have a vested  interest in completing the Payne Road access at their own  expense, "nobody will build Sunnycrest Road but the Provincial  government."  6 9 96 6 9 9��990$  proudly erected more or less  collapsed and had to be rebuilt,  this time with the help of an  experienced bricklayer and  stonemason, one Hughie Mac  Intosh, who had brought his  skills over with him from  Scotland many years previously.  Before I finish my quota for  this week's article. I have been  reminded by my "secretary"  not to forget to mention  Abraham Lincoln. She was  referring not to the great  emancipator but to a rooster  that had been given to me  shortly after 1 had moved into  my little home in the woods. He  was a magnificent looking  Plymouth Rock and had originally been presented to me as a  dinner but I grew so fond of  him and he of me that 1 couldn't  bring myself to chop his head  off, let alone entertaining the  idea of plucking him and  getting him ready for the pot!  Actually he was a damned  nuisance as he roosted up in a  tree behind the cabin and woke  me up each morning at daylight  with his crowing that I swear  could be heard for miles. Not  only that but it was obvious  that he had never heard of  women's lib. as he regarded  everything as a sex object,  including the broom with  which I fended him off when he  attacked me on infrequent  occasions. He followed me  everywhere; he just couldn't  bear the thought of letting me  out of his sight and. until I  learned to lock him up in the  cabin before starting lo the  village, he would attempt to  accompany me. It was a  ludicrous sight lo look behind  (I was on snowshoesl and see  him floundering through the  drifts, stopping to shake his  feathers, then taking oft again  to fly for a short distance belore  once more div ing head first into  another snow drill.  So passed my first winter and  it was a good one. The days and  weeks would go by without my  seeing or having contact wiih  another human being and I  enjoyed every minute of it. .lust  Abe the rooster and myself,  sharing a life of frustrated  concupiscence. Who knows,  perhaps thai was the way it was  intended in the first place!  Soapmaking  course  On March 11, Wednesday  at 7:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. Evi  Blueth will demonstrate soap-  making and on March 18,  Wednesday at 7:00 p.m.-  10:00 p.m. the participants  will make their own soap.  The course takes place in the  Crafts Studio which is located  on the corner of Highway 101  and North Road. The fee is  $10.00. Registration: 885-3512  Continuing Education.  ��  e  ��  ��  ��  ��  0  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  LARGEST APPLIANCE  DEALER  ON THE COAST!  Speed Queen 30" Deluxe  RAnUC  Easy Clean  ��� 2 - 8", 2 - 6" burners  ��� Digital Clock  ��� Console light, etc.  Gibson Automatic  WASHER it DRYER $879.0��  ��� 2 Speed, heavy duty laundry pair   Reg. $1068."     y White  ��� 2 Year Parts �� Labour, c,^     Almond: $l6.��"/pr extra  10 Year Tranimlulon Warranty  ��� Vari Cook  ��  Moffat/Litton  microwave ;s$49gpo<  ��� Meal in One cNv    /        HaT W WB  . u.,i r������i. '        ��������! X -I   Man  ��  n  0  0  0  0  ��  0  ��  0  ��  ��  0  ��  0  ��  IfEDN'C H0IYIE  HCMi O  FURNISHINGS  Open Mon. - Sat., 9 am. - 5 pm.  iibSOnS   (Next to Mr. Mikes)   , 886*9733  ��  ��  0  Gibsons (Ne  xl to Mr  Mikes)  ^                        M  O �� 9 6 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 ��y  The Only Way To Go!  Bookings for All your Travel Needs at No Extra Cost to You!  ��� Tickets      ��� Hotels      ��� Tours      ��� Charters      'Insurance  Now Open Again After Renovations  (Sorry for any inconvenience while we were closed)  SPRING BREAK  SPECIALS!  Prices you just can't beat!  Still many Packages Available for:  ��� Hawaiian Islands  ��� Reno  ��� Las Vegas  ��� Disneyland  ��� Palm Springs  One Call Does It All!  NEW NUMBER:  886-2522  Open Tues. ��� Sat., 10 am. ��� $ pm.  In the Heart of Cedar Plaza, Gibsons As the woods surrounding prepare for Spring, Roberts Creek boils in its timeless fashion through the falls which have been locally named The Cauldron.  WHAT YOU AS THE VENDOR CAN EXPECT YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES  THE LICENSEE TO DO FOR YOU AS VENDOR ARE:  Advise you on the realistic worth of your property, based on current market values and  conditions. Using this information, you should be able to decide the list (or asking) price for  your property.  Depending on the nature of the property and probable "market", he may suggest listing with  the local Multiple Listing Service, if he thinks your property would benefit from wider  market exposure. This increases the number of licensees working to achieve a sale.  Discuss how the property should be promoted, the advertising to be done, whether a 'For  Sale' sign, or an Open House is warranted for instance.  Provide you with a list of recommendations for improving the saleability of your home.  Be present at special showings or Open Houses.  Be available at any reasonable time to answer questions or help you with problems.  Qualify and  screen  prospective  buyers before  showing your  property  to avoid  inconveniencing you with unrealistic offers.  Help you in deciding to accept or reject offers. If you accept, you can expect his help in  protecting your interests while finalizing the transaction.  1. To make available to the licensee all relevant particulars about the property and the  existing financing. Accuracy is important as false or incorrect information given to the  purchaser may be grounds for cancellation of the sale and also for a legal action for  misrepresentation.  2. To make clear to your licensee any limitations you may wish made regarding the showing of  your property (e.g. only by appointment).  3. To advise your licensee what is and what is not included with the property (e.g. fridge, stove,  drapes, etc.).  You should also be aware that you are responsible for payment of a sales commission should  the licensee present an offer which meets the conditio is and price you set out in the listing  agreement and you decide, for any reason, not to accept the offer. This is because the licensee  has performed the services for which you agreed to pay him.  An excerpt from the phamplet  YOU AND YOUR REAL ESTATE  Published as a Public Service by the:  Real Estate Council ol British Columbia  Suite 608   626 West Pender Street  Vancouver. B C Canada V6B 1V9  VANCOUVKK ISLAND' Sunshine Coast Realtor, March 6, 1981  iderson  REALTY LTD  Sechelt  P.O. Box 1219  FREE  CATALOGUE  885-3211  Vancouver Toll Free  684-8016  EVKLiPAGrJ  ���BBHiiaMiMll  Coast lo Coast  Real Estate Service  HOMES  HOMES  LOTS  WEST SECHELT: Large lot and large home in popular areaol  West Sechelt. Yard fully (enced and landscaped. Home has  finished ground level basemenl and double garage. Priced righi  al $129,000. Call Bob 885-2503.   SECHELT VILLAGE REVENUE PLUS: Here is a great  opportunity to own a home and have an income at the same  time. This 2 storey home features a self contained 2 bedroom  suite on the ground floor and 3 bedrooms upstairs; 2 fireplaces,  ensuite, and all appliances included. An excellent buy at  $84,000. Call Bob Bull 885-2503 or Frank Ingham 885 5336 to  arrange a viewing.  f9S_,_      DAVIS BAY - VIEvMJi-kjpriTED!:ExecutiveliorneoTT862  sq. ft, presently undeVrfAsTrucuon by P & P Development on  massive corner lot. Ca1*flob Bull at 885-2503 and arrange a tour  The home is located on the top of Laurel Road off Chapman  Road in Davis Bay. $179,000.  SECHELT VILLAGE: 3 bedroom home presently under  construction within walking distance of town. Large deck,  masonry fireplace, bay window and roughed in basement. A  Fjord design and construction insures the best ol quality. F.P.  $98,900.   DAVIS BAY ��� VIEW NEW HOME: 1200 sq. ft. main floor with  finished ground level. 2% sets of plumbing, sundeck, 4  bedrooms, large living room and a beautiful view of Georgia  Strait. Lot is 72 x 126 with a very large backyard. A very good  area. F.P. $145,000. Call Stan.  VILLAGE HOME: 3 bedroom home in a eery handy location  close to everything. Large lot. Home is over 1230 sq. ft. and has  a full basement. A Fjord design and construction insures the  best of quality. F.P. $98,900.  DAVIS BAY ��� VIEW EXTRAORDINAIRE: Enjoy fantastic  sunsets and walks on the beach from this lovely home on  Whit taker Road. This 2 bedroom home is situated on a % acre of  landscaped property and has a park almost in the back yard.  Fridge, stove, washer & dryer included. $125,000 firm. Call  Frank Ingham at 885 5336 or 885 3211 for an appointment to  view.  WEST SECHELT - NEW HOME: Drive by this two storey  home presently under construction in the new area on Mills  Road. Cedar siding, shake roof and double garage outside.  Brick barbecue, bay window, sunken living room and air tight  inside. Contact Bob Bull or Frank Ingham for full details at 885  3211.   WEST SECHELT: A home at the right price. Single wide, 2  bedroom mobile home on a nice quiet lot in the Mason Road  area. F.P. $47,500. Call Bob Beaupre.  WEST SECHELT FAMILY HOME: 3 bedroom basement  home on a large lot in West Sechelt. Immaculately kept, 2  bathrooms, fireplace on the main floor and a wood stove in the  basement. Excellent value. F.P. $104,500. Call Stan.  H*t |J% ���&���������  WATERFRONT HOME: Leave your wile in Ihe garden whill  you fish in peace and content in front of Ihis 3 bedroon  waterfront home with sundeck on bolh sides and lull basement  Garden and fruit trees. Full price $160,000. By appointment  only. Call Don 865-9504.   COMMERCIAL  SECHELT - EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY: Drive in  business located in high traffic area. Excellent return and 2380  sq. tl. building. Call Gordic 885 9986.  '/, ACRE COMMERCjAI.  with hydraulic how pi  excellent acte��.XLXWcd  $129 000 Cull  site, 3 bay garage  I'ralKinlh. Small store.  Harbour Rind. F.P.  DAVIS BAY - VIEW LOT: Level easy to build on with  westerly view. Selectively cleared. Area of quality homes.  Asking $55,000 For details call Vadim.  EARLES COVF SyjjDaWSiOf^" re corner lot. Very  bright. Lot J/FCem Wl ^m ''af'"1 low lou' <"Ke ol  $14,500 C.f  VILLAGE OF SECHELT: Level cleared village lot in area ol  new homes. View of mountains. Paved road and all services.  Owner has seplic approval. Call Bob Bull 885 2503. $22,000.  WATERFRONT  GIBSONS ��� EXCELLENT BEACH FRONT: Now is the  time lo invest lor the future. This property is located in the new  harbour development area and zoned C.D.A. A quaint Iwo  bedroom home and separate studio provide excellent revenue  for future development. For further information call Frank  Ingham al 885-5336 or 885-3211. Vancouver Toll Free 684-8016  M.L.S.  SECHELT - EXCELLENT BEACH FRONT: Moor your  boat out front and let Ihe kids play on the sandy beach. This  cozy home features rock fireplace, shake roof and incredible  view from the Iront deck. Call Bob Bull and arrange for a  viewing. 885 3211 or 885 2503.  WATERFRONT: 2 homes are permitted on Ihis south sloping  i.47 acres of waleriront. Located on popular Redroofls Road  with water, hydro, lawn and driveway already in 100 leet of  waterlronl and maximum sunshine insure Ihis pru|ierty will sell  quickly al $94,000 Call Bob Beaupre 885 3531.  EARLS COVE WATERFRONT LOT: Level building sile.  partly in garden Approximate size 80' x 250'. Excellent well,  hydro and phone at road. Great view, easy path lo water. Full  price $90,000. Call Don 885 9504  WATERFRONT WITH YOUR OWN DOCK: Tins quality  home has 1750 sq. ll. finished on mam lluur. 1700 finished  ��� iwer level and large sauna, shown in basement, sundecks and  irivacy are a main feature ol Ihis home and is a real buy al  ,i239,000 Call Bob.  SECRET COVE ��� LUXURY TOWNHOUSES: Located on  a naturally wooded hillside overlooking beautiful Secret Cove.  Featuring 1600 sq. ft. of multi level living area, 3 bedrooms, living  room with fireplace, 6 appliances, large sundecks, plus each  home is freestanding and offers a breathtaking view. Each  owner also has the option ol up to 40 ft. of moorage at the  marina below. To view call Vadim al 885-3211 or home 885 3156.  SANDY HOOK: This is the view from one ol Ihe best built  -tomes on Ihe Sunshine Coast. 1/3 acre treed bt, 3 level hot  with 3 bedrooms, large sunken living room and lots ot deckl  ipace. Exterior is cedar siding and roof is shake. 1400* square]  eel. F.P. $119,500 Call Stan Anderson.  Gordon  Hall  885-9986  Vadim Bob  Kobasew       Bull  885-3156   885-2503  Bob  Beaupre  885-3531  Bill Doug       Frank        Stan Don  Hunsche      Joyce      Ingham   Anderson   Hadden  883-2637     885-2761    885-5336   885-2385   885-95041 Sunshine Coast Realtor. March 6, 1981  REALTY LTD  FREE  CATALOGUE  [A.K.UPAGK,  Coast to Coast  Real Estate Service  Madeira Park  P.O. Box 98  VON 2H0  883-9525  Vancouver Toll Fit*  684-8016  \nderson Realty Ltd. is pleaseatoannounce  the addition of Bill Hunsche to our sales staff.  Bill, a resident of Pender Harbour for 5 years,  graduated from Vancouver College in 1967  and went on to Simon Fraser University  where he graduated with a degree in  Economics and Commerce in 1972. Bill will be  located in our newly opened Madeira Park  office and invites his many friends to consult  with him in regards to their real estate needs.  PENDER HARBOUR  REALTY LTD.  Highway 101 at Francis Peninsula Rd.  New Low Rates on House Insurance  EGMONT LOTS  .50 acre�� with water, power & paved road. Possible view.  F.P. $35,000.  .05 acrei with small livable cabin. Water & power etc. F.P.  $35,000.  .75 acre+ has small house which needs#repairs. Could be  livable. Water & power to house. F.P. $40,000.  HIGHWAY ACREAGE: Here's a good investment  property - 6.7 acres on Highway 101 close to Madeira Park.  $45,000 (try offers).  SERVICED VIEW LOT>  but great possibilities i  ntage. Difficult terrain  f>7ice of $13,500.  Your Autoplan  Agent  Halfmoon Bay  to Egmont  John Breen  883-9978  Jock Hermon  883-2745  HOMES  MADEIRA PARK: A 2 year old Moduline Mobile Home, 14' x 70', on a large lot, 100' x 150',  in Madeira Park. This home is located on Harbour View Road and is close to the shopping  center and schools. It comes with 5 appliances. $62,000. To view call Bill Hunsche 883-2637  or 883 9525,  FRANCIS PENINSULA: Excellent investment. 1 acre with older ranch style home on  Francis Peninsula Road. Zoning permits \ acre lots. Property has privacy and definite  potential. To view call Bill Hunsche 883-9525 or 883 2637.  FRANCIS PENINSULA: 6 year old well equipped and built home, located on Rondeview  Road. Features include modern kitchen with Jenn Air and all appliances, 2 fireplaces, 3  bedrooms upstairs, l1? baths, living room, dining room, and large sundeck with carport.  Accompanying t his fine home is a recently built enclosed 2 car garage. This home is situated  on a landscaped lot in a quiet neighborhood. To view call Bill Hunsche 883 2637 or 883-9525.  BARGAIN HARBOUR: Discover and enjoy Bargain Harbour with the view from this well  built and maintained home on Cris Way. Features include 2 heatilator fireplaces, large  covered sundeck, and carport, rec. room with fireplace and wet bar, 3 bedrooms, living  room, dining room and kitchen with nook. Along with the view come all appliances, drapes  and carpeting. To view call Bill Hunsche 883 2637 or 883-9525.  BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITIES  PENDER HARBOUR: Boatworks with waterfront and 1800 sq. ft. contemporary home  situated on 2% acres at the head of Pender Harbour. This is an excellent business  opportunity along with a lovely home for the right individual. For more information call Bill  Hunsclie 883 %25 or 883 2637.  PENDER HARBOUR ON HWY 101: Plant and Garden Shop In the 101 Plaza in Madeira  Park. Going into its second year of business, it shows excellent potential. Tins is an ideal  opportunity. The business is being sold for a reasonable price which includes fixtures and  mventones. For more information call Bill Hunsche 883 2637 or 883 9525.  LOTS AND ACREAGE  KLEINDALE: 2 acre lol, on paved road. Driveway and building site in. Exi  at $37,500 To view call Hill Hunsche at 883 9525 or 883 2637  gllenl investment  Bill  Hunsche  883-2637  Bob  Bull  885-2503  Bob  Beaupre  885-3531  Stan  Anderson |  885-2385  W -Waterfront  H -Homes  A - Acreage  R -Recreational  F - Farms  "Your Real Estate Hosts  on the Sunshine Coast"  Bus. 885-5171  Box 1188, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  ���COMMERCIAL & INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES-  THE INN ON A GOLDEN ACRE  Updated character building by the sea. Business nicely started ��� now awaits  owner with ideas, interest and energy. A nice full service Inn and has potential  (or a unique Pub or Lounge. Located on a Golden Acre - stratigically sitting in  the path of future commercial condominium development at the hub of a last  growing, popular center. R3L zoning - fully conforming. Exceptional revenue  potential from operations or lease-out. High depreciation plus land value  potential makes this most attractive to operator or investor. $375,000 cash.  SOLID RESTAURANT BUSINESS  Long established and still growing  high volume sales. Excellent town center  location with long term low cost lease. Licensed premises, nicely kept. A  pleasant place to work - and a profitable business to own. This is a solid no ���  nonsense business growing with the town. $140,000 some terms.  MAJOR MARINA COMPLEX  Sheltered deep water location in busy harbour center. Rare, large water lot  lease plus 2.5 acres view waterfront property with development potential. 3BR  house, 2 rental mobiles, a beautifully equipped shop, and laundromat service  building. Aircraft facilities, dock side phone, water, electric service. Optional  lease back oj all or part of the operations. This is an excellent terms  ' investment. Fairly priced with good terms. $580,000.  COMMERCIAL COMPLEX  Of interest to sophisticated investors only. A leasehold redevelopment of large  retail service building complex located in prime traffic area, & room to  expand. Annual income/cost yield 5:1 (pro forma). Class 6 dep. on full  investment. Capital cost recovery -8 years. This property will be of interest to  retail/wholesale/service orientated business. Priced far below replacement.  $275,000 some terms.  Further information and details are available  to qualifiable parties only.  Contact Patrick T. Dahle 112-885-5692  MEMBER SUNSHINE COAST REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION  "P.T." Dahle 885-5692 Deirdre 885-5971 Pat 885-5171 Sunshine Coast Realtor, March 6, 1981  PHONE  885-2235  VANCOUVER  689-5838  (Toll Free)  HOMES  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE  HOMES  START A LOVE AFFAIR WITH THE SEA No. 671  This prime uxifer/ronf home is ready for your viewing pleasure.  Fantastic seascape view from all areas of this fine two bedroom home.  It is located hist minutes from Sechelt and on 88' of prime level  waterfront. Come on, fall in love, call Larry or Ruth Moore 885-9213.  BIG BOOMS... No. 457  are always passing by the view from the front  window of this cozy 3 bedrooms, 1200 sq. ft.  home in Selma Park. The lease is only $1,160 per  year for Ihe next five years on a fifteen year lease.  Buy this home for $47,000 and you're set for a  long lime. Bill Walkey 885-5327.  NEW ��� SUNSHINE HEIGHTS        No. 683  Attractive 3 bedroom Rancher. View will become  better as surrounding properties develop.  Features include heatilator fireplace, wall to wall  carpeting throughout, forced air electric heat,  sundeck, carport. Will be completed approx.  March 1st. Asking only $79,000. For more  information call Ed Baker 885-2641.  HIGHEST & BEST USE? No. 962  Almost '/2 acre of properly, prime for re-zoning  located next to new Dental building. Older home  currently rented. For further details call Lynda  Hickman 886-7352 or Eva Carsky 886-7126.  DANISH MODERN  TWO HOMES FEATURING THE  LATEST IN DANISH TECHNOLOGY  WATERFRONT EXCELLENCE No. 693  Located on six-tenths of an acre in prestigious  Caletta Estates, this modern home is truly one  of a kind. Featuring three bedrooms (master  ensuite), den, generously sized living and  dining rooms, ceramic tile floors in foyer,  kitchen and family room the home has over  1800 sq. ft. of gracious living on one floor. For  the energy conscious we offer wood framed  double glazed windows, a unique insulating  brick finish, heatilator fireplace and a hot  water radiant heating system in the floor. The  home is presently under construction, buy  now while you have the opportunity for  personal input that makes a house a home.  Asking only $265,000.  WEST SECHELT No. 694  New 1300 sq. ft. rancher located on Bligh  Road. This home features three bedrooms,  two bathrooms and a heatilator fireplace that  is open to the family/dining room and the  living room. The ideal location leaves you only  a few minutes drive from shopping and  schools and a very short walk to a secluded  beach. The lot is level, one quarter acre in size  and the southern exposure makes ideal for  you gardeners. The home is offered for  $135,000 completely finished, (proposed  finishing schedule available on request).  For an appointment to view or for more  information on these two fine homes phone  Pal Parker al 8852235 (days) or 885-5615  (evening).  WEST SECHELT No. 503  This beautiful Lindal cedar view home has  everything you could want. 4 bedrooms, 2 full  baths plus lj bath off utility room, formal dining  room, living room and family room with  connecting fireplace. The features go on and on.  This is the ultimate in family living. Call Leslie  Fitch 885 9057.  View corner location of Field Road and Gun Club  Road. New Marina being proposed only 1 mile  away. Easy drive to Sechelt. Good space in back  yard for your patio or swimming pool. Double  sealed windows & heatilator fireplace with glass  doors wilt keep you cozy. Chuck Dowman 885  9374.  SPECTACULAR SUNSETS - VIEWNo. 679  Discover and enjoy the spectacular view from this  charming Selma Park home. Large living room  with fireplace and 'Greenhouse' type dining room  command stunning view of Trail Islands and  sunsets. 2 large bedrooms plus recreation room.  Yard completely landscaped. Impressive drive  way takes you to ample parking in triple carport.  To view please call Lynn Wilson 885 5755.   _  VIEW WEST SECHELT No. 673  View! View! View! Capture forever the view of the  Trail Islands from this immaculate two storey  home in West Sechelt. Purchase price includes  stove, dishwasher and living and dining room  drapes. For your personal tour call Leslie Fitch at  885-9057. Only $132,500.  HOME ON THE RANGE No. 635  Make this fine older home your base and roam all  over the fenced five acres. Well located close to  Gibsons and complete with an assumable  mortgage. So roam on over and view this fine  home and property. Call Larry or Ruth Moore to  view. 8859213.  ENJOY YOUR VIEW AND SAVE  OVER $100 PER MONTH No. 643  When you take possession of this 3 bedroom full  basement view home in Gibsons. An existing  mortgage at W\> is just one of the money saving  features this home has to offer. Call Lynda 886-  7352.  18 KARAT QUAUTY No. 644  Exciting contemporary home, over 2700 sq. ft. of living space. Gower  Pt. Rd. overlooking the Straight of Georgia. To mention some features,  tinted skylites, indirect & track fighting, area controlled electric,  heating, double pane windows, sauna and hot tub, plus an attractive  assumable mortgage of $44,000 at lV/4% due October 1982. Asking  price $180,000. For more details call George Longman 886-8548. Out on  MLS. Qualified purchasers only please. OPEN HOUSE  Saturday 1 ��� 4 p.m.  FOR THE GOOD LIFE No. 668  Enjoy the spectacular view of the Trail Islands  from this posh 3 bedroom home on a quiet cul-de-  sac in West Sechelt. Beautifully landscaped low  maintenance garden on this southern exposure  property. A real showplace with vaulted ceilings,  automatic garage door opener, cedar accent  walls and much, much more. To view this  impressive home phone Lynn Wilson 885-5755.  ITS NOT IMPOSSIBLE! No. 629  To own a 3 bedroom home for less than $55,000  We have over 1300 sq. ft. of living accommodation available in these view strata units. For  appointment to view call Eva 886-7126 or Lynda  8&tV7352.  *M<ta��  SUCH A DEAL! No. 663  The owner is accepting offers to $89,900 on this  fine two bedroom home located in Sechelt  Village. Nearly new home with large lot ready to  landscape. An extra bonus is the finished  recreation room and bedroom on the lower floor.  To view call Larry Moore or Ruth Moore 885-  9213.  DUNHAM ROAD - $52,900 No. 628  This large 3 bedroom home is a good buy on  today's market. Family kitchen, heatilator  fireplace in living room, 2 piece ensuite, den.  Large landscaped lot, Call Eva Carsky for  appointment to view at 8868194 or 886-7126.  f P ^^H  BMP  .iMHiiUM urn���   f^ft)j  WEST SECHELT WINNER No. 687  A great family home in a great family location.  Large family room, kitchen wit h eating area and a  lortnal dining room. Well proportioned living  room with bay window. Plenty of storage, double  garage and workshop area Three nice bedrooms  plus a den and all on a good level lot with the  landscaping well under way. Extras include 2x6  walls, good insulation, Ihermopane windows and  a cozy comfort wood healer. And a good  assumable mortgage For more Information and  your viewing call Larry or Ruth Moore 8859213  CHUCK DOWMAN BOB KENT  885-9374 885-9461  BERT WALKER  885-3746  MEMBER SUNSHINE COAST  "TWO OFFICES TO SERVE YOU"  LARRY MOORE  885-9213  PAT PARKER  885-5615  BILL WALKEY  885-5327  RUTH MOORE  885-9213  LARRY REARDON  885-9320 PHONE  886-8194  VANCOUVER  689-5838  (Toll Free)  GntUDC.  Sunshine CoasI Realtor, March 6, 1981  DENTAL CENTRE       t^  GIBSONS Q.  o>  HOMES  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE  LOTS  k  ^f *mt*t  �����l*e*fc-  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME No. 697  Here's a superb view home of 3 large bedrooms  (ensuite off master) large living room with  panoramic view, dining area, kitchen with nook.  Full basement with self-contained in-law suite  including kitchen. To complete this attractive  package the property is beautifully landscaped  including a green house waiting to grow. More  information or appointment to view call Bert  Walker 885-3746.  OFFERS MORE THAN  JUST LOCATION No. 688  Spacious living room, dining room with sliding  doors to covered deck. 3 bedrooms, master with  full 4 piece ensuite. Large rec. room with Franklin  fireplace and plenty of room to kick up your heels.  2 piece bathroom and bedroom downstairs. See  this family home priced at just $105,000. Call  Lynn Wilson 885-5755.  DIAGRAM WHERE HELPFUL  ROBERTS CREEK WATERFRONT No. 675  192* of fantastic level waterfront, gently sloping back 600* to Beach  Avenue. Chance of a lifetime to purchase lifetime estate or as a proud  investment for the future. Property presently allows for two permanent  homes. Asking $275,000. For details call George Longman 886-8548.  OCEAN VIEW No. 682  .43 level ocean view property only steps to  beautiful beach! Sunny southerly exposure in  area ol better homes. This lot is serviced by paved  road, water, hydro and private sewer system. For  more details on this winner call Lynn Wilson 885-  5755.  ROBERTS CREEK No. 648  Beach Avenue building bt centrally located to  school, store, library, post office and beach.  Regional water, hydro and cablevision at  properties edge. Development made easy as land  is presently landscaped with only fruit trees  remaining. Asking price $45,000. Bring all offers  to George Longman 886-8548.  \  ACREAGE  'JT1  WATERFRONT PARADISE No. 657  This waterfront has it all! Year round moorage in  sheltered waters of Pender Harbour, the Coast's  "Venice by the Sea". Level swimming beach,  treed privacy and excellent building site! Quaint  marina nearby and spectacular view of  happenings in harbour. $89,900. Call Rita  Percheson 885-5706.  NORTH LAKE  RECREATIONAL LOT No. 653 I  Peace and quiet are yours to enjoy with this large  lakefront property near Egmont. The vendor has I  started construction on a small cabin set amongst  beautiful evergreen trees. The cabin will have a I  lovely view over the lake. For details of this long |  term provincial lease property please call Pat  Parker at 885-2235 or 885-5615. Vendor is asking  only $37,000. MLS.  LAST CHANCE... No. 625 |  For Sandy Hook property. Move quickly, the lots  are disappearing while you look. This is the last lot  on Sandy Hook Road. $27,500 firm, Call Pat  Parker 885-5615 or Bill Walkey 885-5327.  ) PRETTY AS A POSTCARD No. 686 j  | Acres and acres of pastoral charm facing the sun with a quaint older I  * home and modern second home offering privacy, a selection of fruit |  | trees all nestled in an idyllic country setting. Explore the meandering ��  j creek flowing through this once in a lifetime dream. Asking only I  * $192,500. For more information call Leslie Fitch at 885-9057 or 885- |  1^2235.   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^J  AND THEN THERE WAS ONE      No. 695  In this rural setting al Kleindale just one. two-acre  parcel left, located on paved access road just  minutes to all Ihe recreation areas in Pender  Q  i  1  Oil*       Lv..  ,.        I  r   l��-  ' 1  Q  1  J*  5'1       j       .'3  ZO     T      tS-bJ  *l  |  \             1  i           1              -1  1                             O  1                             "1  5        -              S              ���  "IAN  1 tea: ���>  *:        ���  ^  ���  Ul <  1  3      i  '           7  *                         ��l  9,  V  fecxa \^fM>  V7t*w  ���J 1  ^  ��  Sl'/m  a.  .,  .'3 S.r  .., *r  _^_  ROBERTS CREEK No. 699  3'/2 acre building lots, hydro, regional water, paved road. All will have  ocean views as surrounding property develops. Cleared with seme  trees remaining. Call George Longman 886-8548.  FIVE ACRES INVESTMENT  PROPERTY No. 660  This treed, sloping live acre parcel is nol presently  serviced bul close lo Sechell. Good investment  potential. So buy now and hold il! Call Larry  Moore for more information al 885-9213.  FULLY SERVICED LOT No. 696  Fully serviced West Sechelt lol in prestige  subdivision. Ideal location for your new home.  Few minutes from the ocean, buy and build now.  Your lot for $32,500 Bill Walkey 885 5327.  OLD IS BETTER...  When you want antiques and that's just what you  gel when you buy ihis business lor $15,000. bits  of antiques. Bring an offer and let's haggle. Bill  Walkey 885 5327  Harbour. Priced al just $32,000with some terms.  It has lo be a good buy in today's market. Call  Bert Walker 885 3746.  ���BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES   No. 575      BUSINESS MAN'S DREAM No. 616      A GOING CONCERN!  Sak's $100,000:. 3 employees, exi'elkttl profit  ratio. Make money on both ends cleaning  servile & supplies, one ol a kind business,  product lines protected, rem $250.00 month,  expanding established business. High cash How  wiih low -overhead! $85,000 Call Leslie Fill It 885  01)57 or Kit., Pen heson 885 5706.  No. 662  Excellent land value and income stream on this  desirable highway location. This Mobile Home  Park has low overhead due lo newly installed site  sei vices. Room lor expansion! For discussion on  ihe many dillereul ways on maximizing land  potential on ihis versatile holding properly call  Hn.i Penheson 885 5705  SEE THE SEA SCENE No. 636  Lot E zoned for business or residential.  Readily seen, corner location. Right  elevation for great view! About 83/100  acre site. $59,000  F.P "Tiny Bob" 885  9461  t  REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION  GIBSONS 886-8194        SECHELT 885-2235   PETER SMITH RITA PERCHESON LYNDA HICKMAN ED BAKER  885-9463 885-5706 886-7352 885-2641  LESLIE FITCH LYNN WILSON EVA CARSKY GEORGE LONGMAN  885-9057 885-5755 886-7126 886-8548 Sunshine Coast Realtor, March 6, 1981  MMJk       REALTY LTD.  Conveniently located In Sechelt's Trail Bay Shopping Centre  WATERFRONT  HOMES  HALFMOON BAY  This old house is facinating! It is located on a quiet cove with approximately 250' of sheltered  waterfront enhanced by great moss-covered rocks and arbutus trees. The main floor with  approximately 1,512 sq. ft. has an open-fired living room, library, bedroom, bathroom and sunny  family sized kitchen. The use of hand-crafted cedar panelling and oak lloors is reminiscent of days  gone by. The approximate 630 sq. ft. second floor has an enormous master bedroom and room for  more. The whole house is loaded with storage space. There is a huge 10' high basement housing  laundry, workshop etc. If you have imagination and flair and love the unsual, don't miss seeing this  fine old home with Corry Ross by appointment only 885-9250. 8549  TUWANEK $110,000  Remodelled view home on Lamb's Bay. This  charming home features sheltered water, open  plan living area, large master bedroom and view.  Call Don or Rene Sutherland at 885-9362. #539  RECIPE FOR FUN $149,500  3 Cresosote Dolphin Pilings.  3 6x12 Marine Floats (Nested).  1 3x36 Marine aluminum ramp.  1 12x5 Piled Jetty.  2 Ocean side aluminum storage sheds.  1 120' steep bank, waterfront lot   18,000+ sq.  ft.  50 sturdy cedar railed cliffside steps.  2 Wooded landing rests.  1 56'xl2'  Mobile  Home on permanent  reinforced foundations.  1 54'xlO' Marina view cedar sundeck.  1 Complete septic system on shared field.  Only $149,500 for this fun-filled recipe that will  legally service two full families. For more  information call Henry Halt at 885-2520or Klaus  Roepke at 885-2314. #513  GOWER POINT ROAD $130,000  57 feet of waterfront on Gower Point Road,  Gibsons Village. The property is nicely  landscaped. The home would be ideal for  investment or development. Call Don or Rene  Sutherland at 885-9362. #534  SELMA PARK ��� HOUSE ON  WATERFRONT  This low bank Waterfront home is located on  lease land in Selma Park, Sechelt. Excellent  boat anchorage right in front of house behind  protective breakwater. Terraced garden faces  westerly. One bedroom house has driveway  and concrete pad for camper. Call Don Lock at  885-3730 for more details and appointment lo  view. #542  WILSON CREEK $32,500  Just listed semi-waterfront cozy one bedroom  cabin, garden soil, workshop. Lease prepaid to  1994. Priced at $32,500. Call Don or Rene  Sutherland for details at 885 9362. #535  ACREAGE  Cedar Rancher, well built, tastefully designed  home of over 1,500 sq. ft. in a rural setting,  Close to schools, shopping and beach in  Roberts Creek. Many interesting features in this  newly constructed home. Assumable mortgage,  For more details call Don or Rene Sutherland at  885-9362 or Bronia Robins at 885-9033. #524  tUMONI  Egmont 6.0 acres with 380 feet of waterfront  and older home. Excellent holding property for  only $139,900. For viewing call Klaus Roepke at  885-2314 or Henry Hall at 885 2520.        ��541  ROBERTS CREEK $42,000  Three level acres ideally suited for Hobby Farm.  Regional water, hydro and telephone available.  Some nice standing timber. Call Terry Brackett  for more details at 885 9865. "506  FARM LAND  40 acres of class 1 soil. This top quality farm land  is located on Mason Road. Home, barn and  workshop with approximately 7 acres cleared  and fenced. Asking $7,500 per acre plus  improvements. Some timber. Call Don or Rene  Sutherland for details at 885 9362. #503  HALFMOON BAY $94,900  Halfmoon Bay Acreage 12 level acres in  Halfmoon Bay, Zoned (or 5 acre lots. Good  holding property. To view call Bryce Leigh at  886-8229. #538  HALFMOON BAY $49,500  1.14 acres in popular Halfmoon Bay. This first  class view property has a rock bluff and also a  flat land building site. Zoning allows 2 homes or  duplex, In addition, purchaser shares in a  common waleriront lot (or recreation and  moorage. For more information call Henry Hall  at 885 2520 or Klaus Roepke al 885 2314.S508  WEST SECHELT  6 month new home situated in exclusive Sechell  West Subdivision. 1340sq.fl. plus full basement  wiih roughed in plumbing. Three large  bedrooms, master ensuite, double garage  Assumable mortgage at 13".,. Call Emilie  Henderson 8855225 #517  SECHELT $25,000  Single-wide three bedroom mobile home in  immaculate condition located within walking  distance to Sechelt. Large sundeck, nice view,  good garden area! On leased land. Call Bronia  at 885 9033 for more information. #500  VIEW! VIEW! VIEW!  PENDER HARBOUR $139,900  This chalet type, new construction just needs  your own personal touch to make this home  warm and inviting. 3 large bedrooms, 2'2 baths,  spacious living room with lireplace. All this and a  panoramic view ol Pender Harbour. Call Gayle  Adams 883 9364 for details. #478  SECHELT $99,000  View home overlooking Sechelt Inlet. This well  planned home features three bedrooms, dining  room, plus large sundeck. Ensuite plumbing  with a sunken tub. Plus a full basement with  additional space for more bedrooms, storage,  rec. room etc. Call Terry Brackett at 885-9865  or Rene Sutherland at 885-9362 for appointment  to view. #550  WELCOME WOODS -  BRAND NEW HOME  Three bedroom home in Welcome Woods,  Jeaturinga beautiful setting on '/acre.carport,  heatilator lireplace and purchaser can still  choose carpets. For viewing call Klaus Roepke  at 885 2314 or 885 3295. #527  SOUTHWOOD ROAD $95,000  Welcome Woods - three bedroom, 1,290 sq. ft.  Rancher on extra lot. Great family home al  $95,000, Call Gayle Adams at 883-9364 for  details. #544  DAVIS BAY $159,900  View home Contemporary large family home  in popular Davis Bay. Three bedrooms,  elevated living room, dining room, family room  and large kilchen with all modern appliances  This home has three sundecks and a (ull  basement. For viewing call Henry Hall al 885  2520 or Klaus Roepke al 885 2314 "521  IRVINES LANDING -  PRIVACY AND VIEW  See this delightful Irvines Landing, two  bedroom Panabude with garden and unique  situation which almost completely precludes  neighbours. Very cozy and with some ocean  view it is also an easy stroll to Hotel Lake Call  Syd or Frances Heal at 886 7875. #529  SELMA PARK  Brand new family home. This well planned  home has (our bedrooms and large bathroom  on top level. The main level has sunken family  and living room, kitchen withoakcabinets, large  stone fireplace and dining area. Also (ull  basement with 2 bedrooms and additional space  for suite, rec. room etc Good assumable  mortgage Call Terry Bracket! at 8859865.  #507  DOWNTOWN SECHELT  Warm, comfortable, lowcosl living in a two  bedroom plus basement Bungalow. While you  hold this Prime Commercial Land as an  investment. Won't last long, For details call  Klaus at 885 2314 or Henry al 885 2520. #530  DAVIS BAY $149,900  Immaculate view home. Panoramk view is truly  breathtaking. Upstairs there are three bright,  spacious bedrooms, ensuite off master, finished  fireplace plus large kitchen In the basement  there are two additional bedrooms, anothei  bathroom plus rec room with wet bar and 41/ x  9' pool table lo remain. Also another fireplace  At ihe rearol the house there is an oil heated 18'  x 32' swimming pool. Lot has been meticulously  landscaped and fenced. Call Terry Bracken  885 9865 in make an appoinlmenl lo view this  charming family home, A rare find. "520  PENDER HARBOUR  Beautiful, panoramic view, privacy and close to  the besi (ishingon the coast, plus three levels of  gracious living. Three bedrooms wiih master  having ensuite, large kitchen is spacious and  well planned, plenty of storage and work area,  sunken living room wiih a fireplace, large  bathroom with a sunken tub, original murals,  vaulted ceilings. Loads of room for the growing  family To top all Ihis off there is a circular pat hi  lo take advantage of Ihe incredible view. MLS  Phone Suzanne or Terry lor viewing.      #389  Ihr deutsch sprechender gwndstueck ��� makler in Sechelt ist Klaus Roepke ��� privat tel. 885-2314.  Free  Catalogue  Call or  Drop In for  your copy  Sechelt  885-3295  Vancouver Toll Free  681-7931  Ray  Bernie  Sales Mgr.  Henry  Hall  885-2520  Dal  Grauer  885-3808  Gayle  Adams  883-9364  Terry  Brackett  885-9865  Suzanne  Dunkerton  886-8317  Syd & Frances  Heal  886-7875  Bryce Peter  Leigh       Davidson  886-8229    886-8400  6 other offices  to serve you  POWELL RIVER  WEST VANCOUVER  NORTH VANCOUVER  VANC/BURNABY  SURREY  LANGLEY Sunshine Coast Realtor, March 6,1981  ITTEN  REALTY LTD.  Conveniently located in Sechelt's Trail Bay Shopping Centre  HOMES  WESTsEchelt  Well built and attractive Spanish style, 4  bedroom, two level executive home, loaded  with everything including 2 heatilator fireplaces.  Double carporl and super inlaw facilities.  Accommodate yourselves, the kids and mom &  pop too. By appointment only through Frances  or Syd Heal al 886 7875. #349  BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITIES  ATTENTION  WOODWORKERS $225,000  Don't bother to call unless you aim to be a  millionaire. This business includes a modern  concrete block building with heavy duly power,  office area, a (ull inventory of woodworking  machinery and an established product line  capable of extension or expansion into oilier  woodworking lines. There are many angles to  this business including some excellent  assumable finance. To us they all look good so  gel together right away wiih Syd or Frances  Heal at 886 7875 and let's have a hearl lo hearl  discussion. #516  POOL HALL  Ideal owner operator business opportunity.  This business includes six slate tables, nineteen  electric and pinball machines, plus various other  items ol stock. Lots of potential with plenty oi  room to expand. Terry Bracket! has all details  on lease and financial statement. 885 9865.  #540  COMMERCIAL  PROPERTY  LOCATION! LOCATION! LOCATION!  consolidale this CI property with adjoining lots  and create the besi commercial corner in  Sechelt. The comfortable reconditioned Iwo  bedroom basement home is a bonus which  provides good income during holding period.  Call Henry Hall al 885 5711 or Klaus Roepke at  885 2314. #530  SECHELT  Set hell Light industrial Just listed MLS. 2400  sq. (I. concrete block building. Presently leased  on both sides. Also other lease. Showing very  good reiurn. Terry Brackett has all details, 885  9865.  SECHELT COMMERCIAL  Set hell 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 Bracket! 8859865  SECHELT VILLAGE $71,900  Excellent value - 1,152 sq. ft. of spacious  comfort is what you'll find in this cheery, two  bedroom mobile home. Features include two  lull bathrooms, family room, Franklin fireplace,  well developed garden area, greenhouse and  much more. To view call Bronia at 885-9033.  #528  GIBSONS $89,500  Just listed on Carole Place. MLS. This three  bedroom cedar rancher is in the process of  being built. It is situated on a quiet cul-de-sac in  an area of new homes and is close lo schools  and shopping. Some of the features include 2x6  construction, above standard insulation,  fireplace, skylight etc., etc. For more details  please call Bronia Robins at 885-9033.     #552  WEST SECHELT $85,900  Brand new Ranch-style home. This home is  presently at lock-up stage, so one could still  choose cabinets, carpets and fixtures. Some o(  Ihe features are vaulted ceilings in the living  room, skylights centrally located, wood heater  plus bay window in dining room. Also ensuite  and walk in closet off Master bedroom. Call  Terry Brackett 885-9865.  DUNHAM ROAD $52,900  Two bedrooms and 1,080 sq. ft. ona 70'x 173'  lot all add up to opportunity (or a lucky buyer.  This is a substantial older home, some  remodelling and decorating could work  wonders - and look at the price!! To view call  Syd or Frances Heal at 885-5225 (temp, phone).  #547  SECHELT VILLAGE $87,500  Just listed. $87,500 cozy three bedroom, one  level home in the village. Features include free  standing fireplace, separate dining area, fully  fenced and landscaped lot. Also blacktopped  driveway and private patio at rear. Call Terry  Brackett at 885-9865 or Rene Sutherland at 885  9362. #548  TUWANEK $110,000  Remodelled view home on Lamb's Bay. This  charming home features sheltered water, open  plan living area, large master bedroom and view.  Call Don or Rene Sutherland al 885 9362.  #539  KLEINDALE $82,000  One bedroom basemeni home with fireplace on  3.2 treed acres. Excellent garden site, sunny  exposure and mountain view. Small guest cabin  included. Call Bronia to view ihis very appealing  property at 885 9033. "518  HOMES  SUPER ViEW,  SANDY HOOK $125,000  Quality is prominent through this architect  designed home. Excellent use of skylights and  decking give a contemporary touch. Spiral  staircase to loll and master suite with its own  dressing room, 5 pee bathroom and sundeck.  Many extras include sunken conversation pit in  ceramic tile, vaulted ceilings expertly crafted in  yellow cedar, large sauna and shower. See this  beautiful 2500 sq. ft. home by appointment only  with Emilie Henderson at 885-5225. #494  DAVIS BAY $155,000  This desirable 2,000 sq. ft. home on one level  has both privacy and view. Large living room,  dining room, den/family room, well-designed  kitchen, three bedrooms, separate laundry  room, plus much more. All on large landscaped  lot. To view or for more details please call Syd or  Frances Heal at 885-5225 (temporary phone).  #546  ROBERTS CREEK $75,000  Cozy two bedroom cottage in Roberts Creek.  Open fireplace for those wintry days. A tiny  view through trees which could be made bigger.  Creek borders property to add to the privacy of  Ihis nicely landscaped lot. Close to the beach  and schools and half way between Gibsons and  Sechelt. Call Suzanne at 8868317. #537  PENDER HARBOUR $129,000  Modern two level home with three bedrooms on  upper floor with one ensuite, living room with  rock fireplace. Dining area and kitchen and  bathroom complete the upper floor. On the  lower floor there is a large family room with wet  bar, rock fireplace, storage, workshop,  bathroom, utility etc. Double carport with  covered deck over and wraparound sundeck,  all in this large landscaped bt. #543  SELMA PARK $149,900  Brand new three bedroom home. Owner has  just begun construction. This home features  three bedrooms and bath on top level. Kitchen,  family room and living room on main level. Plus  large unfinished basement. Now is the time to  look at the plans and choose your cabinets,  carpets etc. The ocean is superb. Good  neighbourhood. Call Terry Brackett 885-9865.  #526  WEST SECHELT VIEW HOME  Newly listed immaculate three bedroom home  on large landscaped lot, two bathrooms (one  with Sauna) family room, separate storage,  separate workshop, plus a beautiful view of Trail  Island. To view, please call either Syd or  Frances Heal at 886-7875 or 885-3295.    #531  LOTS-  SKYLINE DRIVE $55,000  Beautiful expansive view of the mountains and  the gap from this large lot on the Bluff. Covered  with Arbutus and Christmas trees. Call  Suzanne for more information 8868317. #474  IRVINE'S LANDING $35,000  Privacy and some view on this six tenths of an  acre plus position roughly midway between  Hotel Lake and Lees Bay make this an  attractive buy. Call Syd or Frances Heal at 885  5225 (Temp. Phone). #553  SKYLINE DRIVE $45,000  Fabulous view of Ihe water and the mountains  from this beautifully treed lot. Close to all'  amenities. Call Suzanne for more information at  8868317. #473  TILLICUM BAY $34,900  Only 350 yards to Tillicum Bay Marina. This 50 x  180 foot lot has a 14 foot trailer and two cabins  on the properly. A perfect retreat for only  $34,900. Call Klaus Roepke al 885-2314. #536  TRAIL ISLAND $25,000 &  LOTSI2) $28,000  The opportunity to own part of an Island. Close  lu Sechell village. One lol on each side of the  Island Call Don or Rene Sutherland at 685  9362. #495  SOUTHWOOD ROAD $33,000  Nicely treed and gently sloping lot measuring  100' x 178' in popular Welcome Woods. Call  Syd or Frances Heal at 885-5225 (Temp.  Phone). #554  SEAMOUNT INDUSTRIAL  PARK $38,000 each  Two side by side 52'5 light industrial lots, nicely  located close by but not on the highway. This  would be a great site lor some rental  warehousing. Call Syd or Franca Heal at 885-  5225 (Temporary Phone). #555  SECRET COVE  .94 acres of treed recreational property  Wescan Road  100ft. on Marine Park,quiet cul  de-sac, well treed. Call Don or Rene Sutherland.  ���522  PENDER HARBOUR $27,500  Half acre lots overlooking Pender Harbour with  perc. test already approved. Some improve-  ments lo lot. Private road near shopping centre,  marina, and boat launching. Please call Don  Lock al 8853730 lor all details. #551  Ihr  d^itsch^SQr^chenderj^  Free  Catalogue  Call or  Drop in for  your copy  Sechelt  885-3295  Vancouver Toll Free  681-7931  Emilie  Hendersnn  Klaus      Bronia      Rene  Cotry  Donald  Sutheilaiid  Don  Lock  Brent  Strad  Eric  Rudland  Rosemary    Sylvia  Young    Thirlwell  Hendersnn   Roepke    Robins  Sutherland    Ross    Sutherland    look      una    ���"    .uun,    ,��,�����.,,  885-5225 885-2314 885-9033 88&-93B?   835-ttkbO 885 9362 885-3730 883-938? 885-9857 886-8359 883-9963  6 other offices  to serve you  POWELL RIVER  WEST VANCOUVER  NORTH VANCOUVER  VANC/BURNABY  SURREY  LANGLEY Sunshine Coast Realtor, March 6, 1981  SUNNYCREST  SHOPPING  CENTRE  886-2277  ,    IBSONS   KS AND LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  682-1513  HOMES  BONNII-.BROOKE. HEIGHTS: Take advan  logo of today's prices for sprinji compluliun, This  designer buitl home will be nestled among Ihe  trees to complement Ihe cedar siding and shake  roof. Energy efficient wiih R28 roof insulation and  (hernial windows, 15 loot maslet bedroom with  full ensuite and oversize lub; create .1 private  garden atmosphere onto patio. Excellent 3  bedroom floor plan, family room with fireplace,  1516 square feel ol comfortable living fur  $109,500  GRANDVIEW RD: Off Chaster. Tucked in the  trees, this cedar, basement home offers tiled  entry, stepdown living room with fireplace, cedar  feature wall, skylights and french doors. Three  bedrooms and separate dining room. Basement is  mostly completed with fireplace, workshop and  arge bedroom. Lot size is approximately 85 x  115. $106.500.  SCH58LRD^xecTjtivehonieneTn^  completion in excellent Gibsons location.  Fealures include sunken living room, 215  bathrooms, double attached garage, paved  driveway, 2x6 construction, shake roof, master  bedroom with fireplace and ensuile.  RfON PL: Ojtt'leraMHoad. Very well built  1290 square feerWwfcnloors. Two bathrooms  and two large bedrooms 10.8 x 15 and 23 x 14.  This is the Gambriel design. This home is to be  sold at lockup stage. Septic tank to be put in,  557,900.  OCEAN BEACH ESPLANADE ��� GOWER  PT RD: Semi-waterfront. Million dollar view anc  even better sunsets from this completely  renovated and enlarged 1120 square feet, three  bedroom home. Abundance of cedar compliments the 'antique' brick fireplace and the  spacious living room. French doors open to a very  private patio. Sauna adjoining bath. Sliding doors  to a full length sundeck and across the quiet,  dead-end street: swimming, boating and fishing.  Enjoy the waterfront but avoid its high price tag  and taxes with this 'one of a kind' home.  $169,900.   you are thinking of selling your  home property have one of our  professional people give you to-  day's market value.  Call 886-2277  R.R. #2, Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  HOMES  CREEKSIDE PARK: Large rancl  corner lot in Creekside. Extra large living room  has floor to ceiling antique brick fireplace with  glass doors. Three bedrooms. Extra large  bathroom with Jacuzzi, Enclosed carport  workshop and extra room for study, storage or  4th bedroom. SI 15.000.  MARINE DR: Waterfront triplex. Refurbished in  1976. 100 feet of waterfront in Village. Good  holding property for future townhouse develop  ment. Income currently $945/month. Adjacent  property to be developed. $252 400.  GLASSFORD RD: Idea-d^lnk tiedroom family  home in conver.jsaUjfcgeVJon. Area ol new  construe i.o^wia*piii*muasement with rec  room and%H|\kWoum. Move in condition.  $77,900.   +S  SCHOOL RD: Executive home nearing  completion in excellent Gibsons location.  Features include sunken living room, 2';>  bathrooms, double attached garage, 2x6  construction, shake roof, master bedroom with  fireplace and ensuite.  DUNHAM RD - PORT MELLON: Ideal starter  home for the family who can do some fix-up work.  Large landscaped 70 x 173 lot. Extra large living  room with fireplace and 2 generous sized  bedrooms. 1250 square feet. Appliances included  in the unusual price of $44,900.  LAUREL RD: Davis Bay. This custom home  matures 2 fireplaces, sunken bathtub, master  pnsuite, large finished rec room with bar and wine  ellar, Three bedrooms up, iwo bedrooms down.  Beautiful view of straits Irom dining room and  ;itchen. Large lol with excellent garden area.  House is five years old and was custom built by  :>wner builder. $129.500.    KSID^ARKESTATES:  Beautifully  finished 7 month old, custom built executive  home in presiige area. Features include 3  bathrooms with shower trf?^iite, two car  garage, large famijviC.ni^r** place, large  kitchen and ������^uk^]uaW^tk\Wut wall carpeting  throughout, uAu/|s' sundecks, concrete  driveway witli^pulifully landscaped front yard  and Gibson Creek bordering back of property  with lots of trees lor privacy. Assumable 13'V'i.  mortgage in place for 4 more years. Fireplace to  be completed and lighting fixtures installed.  Phone for appointment to view. $119.900.  GOWER POINT & CLARK! View, sub  dividable \% acres. This new home has plenty 01  potential. 3000 square feet on 2 levels features  fireplaces, deluxe fixtures, garbage compactor,  dishwasher, ceramic tile kitchen floors and 8  bedrooms, 3 bathrooms. A 24' x 28' garage with  storage area and office also included. $193,000.  HALFMOON BAY: Waterfront "home. Level  waterfront with good garden soil. Large family  kitchen, living room has fireplace and hardwood  floors. Two large bedrooms, master has ensuite.  Fully finished ground level full basement is rented  suite. Total finished living area equals over 2700  square feet. $159,900.  tnrr  MARINE DR: Waleriront triplex. Refurbished in  1976. 100 feet of waterfront in Village. Good  holding property for luture townhouse develop-  ment. Income currently $945/month. Adjacent  property to be developed. $252,400.  TRICKLEBROOK: lmmat|1��fc one year old  three bedroornJ^grdLwlkj^ distance   amenities. LidG^jr/HMoor lo ceiling brick  fireplace. $74900.  INVESTMENT - COMMERCIAL - REVENUE  MARINE DR: Waterfront triplex. Refurbished  I in 1976. 100 feet of waterfront in Village. Good  holding property for future townhouse develop  ' ment. Income current $945/month. Adjacent  I property lo be developed. $252,400.  INVESTMENT COMMERCIAL REVENUE  ELSON GLASS: Excellent business in growing  community. Year end statistics available to  qualified purchaser. Exciting business uppor  lunily in expanding area. Excellent location  $180,000.  CREEKSIDE: Lot 6, Gorgeous level fully  serviced lot in area of all new homes. Close to  stores, schools. View when trees removed.  $35,500.  WINN RD & S. FLETCHER: On sewer with  unobstructed view of harbour. 85 ft. frontage by  125 deep. $42,000.  SARGENT RD: Buildin^jJrftum Sargent Rood  with clear viej^qjfHn^ Soyynd the Harbour.  Ready lo bu^L^ABspi��Wsavailable including  sewer. $47,��3? ^.^  MARION PLj C^e^ftiskalLarge (11,975  square fetiGiJr.'clll^l^'Wdrion Place.  $34,900.     3^^  GRANTHAMS LANDING: Near Soames  Point ihis fantastic view!lin��Mkn ideal selling  nestled in Ihe ^sV^MlainVi^ep up from the  road, but is)lQA^ #i|n^%w ul Keats Island  and North ShflSWouniains is breathtaking. Lot  size is 66 x 132. $29,900  BOULDER PL: Semi -waterfront view lot on  quiet cul-de-sac in Halfmoon Bay. You own an  interest in the park lol that sils between you and  the water. This lot has all f b*.i..-^fl% -. you could  imagine Year ��*nf^W< MF* ������''"��' lot  boundary view. r%M%|�� Iracnlhai is ideal lor  boat launch and swage, adjacent to park, nicely  treed, over ]j acre in private selling and less than  one mile lo store, school and government wharl.  It you care about your surroundings you'll  appreciate the value! $49,500.  HOMES  DUNHAM ROAD ��� PORT MELLON: Ideal  starter home for Ihe family who can do some fix  up work. Large landscaped 70 x 173 lot. Extra  large living room with fireplace and 2 generous  sized bedrooms. 1250 sq. ft. total. Appliances  included in the unusual price of $44,900.  CEMETARY RD: Modern 12' x 68' mobile home  with three bedrooms. Situated on foundation.  Great potential for this view, level, cleared and  fenced property. Just under 1 acre and suitable  for chickens, horses, etc., yet only approximately  1 mile to schools and shopping. $73,000.  CENTRAL AVE: Excellent investment. House  with suite (or duplex?), Unbelievable view of  Keats, Howe Sound & Gap. Currently rented,  $650 gross. Building is on double lot. Phone for  appointment to view anytime. $79,900.  NORTH RD: At Cemetary Road. Four  bedrooms, believe it or not. This cozy little cedar  home has awood burning parlor stove in the livinc  room. Ideal for the young family, close lo schools  iind shopping. $69,500.   iRGENT RD: Terrific Spanish home on one o  our  besl  view  lots.   Four bedrooms, 2  bathrooms.   Fireplaces,   intercom,   wet   bar.  Loaded with exlras. $159,900.  HOMES ON  ACREAGE  NOR'WEST BAY RD: Spa.  shake roof home on 4 cleared, level acres. Three  bedrooms, separate dining room Large pantry  off kitchen. Electric and economical wood heat  Also included are 20 x 20 barn, chicken coop, pig  run with leeders and 8 x 14 storage shed. Rural  living and only minutes Irom Sechelt. $132,500.  ROAD: Gentleman Farmer. 5 acres  with barn, chicken coop, etc. % cleared, partial  view with potential of panoramic view of Howe  Sound. Close to ferry on North Road yet very  private. Heatilator stone fireplace. Exterior needs  minor fix-up and stain. Adjacent lo R2L zoning.  $200,000.  NORTH RD: Double wide (24 x 60) on 5 acres.  Barn, 16x 16, lyearold,2corrals,chickencoops.  Sundeck 12 x 24. Two full baths, built-in china  cabinet. Two bedrooms and family room. On  good well. Permission for second dwelling.  $189,000  ACREAGE  ROBERTS CRERK t-'nfUf lfl%,ad. 10 acres  in Roberts Crtet^uftfM&^^^rio. no phone,  no water, no sf��Ajyjl%acres of trees and  bushes and stuftojn0.0U0.  HWY 101 SOAMES POINT: l2Mnesof prime  view acreage on Highway 101 at Soames Point  Zoned lor sub division, or use the two separate  parcels lor exclusive residence. Lot Bhas 678feel  of frontage and Lot C has 999 feel of frontage  Adjacent lo beau I if ul Soames Park. $325,000.  HWY 101: Valuable C2 ��jw(l|plu|*rty. 1.7  acres on High><" iv JjdMOiwnrm Zoned for  hotel ni-iel V^ewvmlwtjlMroilK'i zoning  ptopos.tlv IdearAamrT nUlcrr^ Irallit passe  this land. $275,000  MEMBER SUNSHINE COAST REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION  STEVE        ANNE        JOHN TERRI        GREG        GARY DAVE JON LORRIE  SAWYER    GURNEY   HANSON    HANSON    GRANT    PUCKETT ROBERTS     MCRAE        GIRARD  .886-7678    886-2164    886-8295    886-8295   886-7204    886-9508    886-8040      885-3670      886-7760 Sunshine Coast Realtor, March 6, 1981  B BLOCK  NATIONAL REAL EST/  the  bestsellers  SECLUDED ESTATE  12.57 acres of prime rural property situated on peaceful and picturesque Narrows Inlet. This  prestige property is for the discriminating Estate oriented buyer and offers sparkling ocean  waters with snow capped mountains. Marvel at the warmth and character of the custom crafted  log home.Check some of these benefits:  ��� Southerly exposure. ��� An abundance of seafoods.  Considerable marketable 1st growth timber. ��� Serviced by scheduled air flights & water taxi.  ��� Good soil, garden & fruit trees. ��� Equipment & materials ready for indepen-  ��� New large quality lfestorey tog home, denthydrohook-upwithpresentnew5Kw 13  Excellent & ample water, with rights on    hp diesel plant (now in operation) for back up.  waterfall & year round spring. ��� Large insulated 16 x 28 workshop or guest  ��� Private float with walkway for deep moorage,    cottage.  ��� Ideal swimming & canoeing in safe waters.   ��� Park like setting, sheltered cove & Inlet 20  ��� Room for many more beautiful building sites,    miles from Sechelt,  Priced to sell at only $247,000. Interested? For more details please call.  SEMI - OCEAN AND MOUNTAIN VIEW  POWELL RIVER AREA (LANG BAY)  Ideal retirement or starter home. Cozy post &  beam construction in living, dining & kitchen  area. Enclosed heatilator fireplace. New carpets  throughout with lino in kitchen. Appliances are  negotiable. Covered patio, separate storage  room with double garage. Close to beach park &  boat launching. Assumable mortgage of $21,222  at 10% maturing Sep. 1992, or owner will  consider carrying by way of agreement for sale.  Asking $73,900.  LAKE FRONTAGE  This large (o.77Ac) lot 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 al only $20,000.  LANGDALE - LARGE CORNER LOT  WITH VIEW POTENTIAL  Close to ferry terminal, this excellent building tot  would also be ideal for retirement or commuter  purposes. Priced at $39,900.  NELSON ISLAND (WATERFRONTAGE)  ESTATE SALE  This .83 acre waterfront gov't lease lot is located  in Telescope Passage. It has a domestic water  lease & is close'to wharfage. This property was  assessed al $12,800 for 1979. Sale Price  $12,500.  JUST LISTED ��� NEW PRIME  WATERFRONT HOME  Enjoy waterfront living in this two level 3  bedroom, 2200 sq. ft. home located in the heart of  Sechelt Village. The majestic view of Sechelt Inlet  may be enjoyed from both levels of this fine home.  Features of this well constructed home, to  mention a few include: fireplace on each level,  individual zoned heating, full ensuite off master  bedroom, quality wall to wall carpets, large family  and party room, extensive patios, provisions for  full bathroom downstairs, thermopane windows  plus an assumable 1st mortgage at 13% with a 4!��  year term remaining. Priced at only $198,500.  IDEAL RETIREMENT OR STARTER HOME  Deluxe 1 % year old maintenance free 1368 sq. ft.  three bedroom modular home located on a large  corner lot in the desirable "Redrooffs" area.  Features include: two bathrooms, one of which is  a large 4 piece ensuite; built-in range and oven  plus all appliances; an auxilary energy efficient  wood burning furnace; and a separate well  constructed, heated and fully insulated workshop  with an adjoining wood shed and cold room.  Priced at $89,500.  WANTED  SUBDIVIDABLE ACREAGES  for  outrighl  purchase or will also  consider participation,  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  Newly established floor covering business.  Located in a modem plaza with excellent lease.  Premises are well appointed and include some  amenities. Vendor will sell for cost of leasehold  improvements, fixtures and inventory. $6,500  is assumable.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  Coin Laundromat. This self employment  opportunity will give you a return in excess of  30"... Property offers ample parking &  expansion potential. Purchase price includes all  equipment & bldgs with a long term land lease.  Priced at only $38,000.  OCEAN VIEW OVERLOOKING GIBSONS & HOWE SOUND  Ihis panoramic view may be enjoyed from both levels of this new contemporary 1700 sq. ft.  home ll is located on one of 2 lots for added privacy yet still easy walking distance lo all local  facilities of Gibsons. Priced at $133,500  How much is your home worth TODAY?  V  To find out, call your  nearest Block Bros, office.  We'll do a market  evaluation at no charge or  obligation to you.  0 BLOCK BROS.  NAtlONAI KiAl ISlAtf SIKVia  Harold Jacques  Bruce McKinnon  885-9023  H-499-766  Mobile Phone Sechell  SECHELT  At previously announced, we have  prepared a tpoclal demonatratton  of the popular JQORs sewage  treatment system, to be held In the  rear of the Baylan Industries  building, Wharf Rd., Sechelt  (across from South Coast Ford).  The tremendous Interest In the  superior sewage treatment of  R0BR��>  Is very gratifying and I thank you  all.  Time: 10 a.m.-6 p.m.  Sat. & Sun.  March 14 & 15  (with fresh coffee of'  course)  Doug Bryant  883-2269  885-5922  ATTENTION  ��� Manors  ��� Developers  ��� Prospective  Builders  ��� contractors  ��� Plumbers  ��� Building  ��� Excavators  ��� Dram Held  contractors  RCflORo  ���MOBILE HOMES���  24' x 56'  (1248 sq. ft.)  IN STOCK HOW!  ALSO USED SINGLE WIDES IN STOCK  MANY MODI IS AND FLOOR FLANS  TO CHOOSE I ROM  COAST MOBILE HOMES LTD.  Across min Banmrs nimitnre is Saciwit  885-9979 '",L,3,3 885-9979 Sunshine Coast Realtor. March 6, 1481 Sunshine Coast Realtor, March 6, 1981  lexander Realty Ltd.  MAGNIFICENT WATERFRONT HOME  IN WEST SECHELT LOCATED IN "CA-  LETA": One ot the mosi picturesque locations  in B.C. Beautifully situated as to provide the  maximum use ol approx. 500 lineal It ol open  ocean. A panoramic view Irom 3150 sq. (t. of  architect designed home with many pleasant  extras including 2,000 ft. of sundecks  surrounding home, fireplaces, professionally  landscaped carports, community sewer system.  This lovely home has to be seen to properly  appreciate its many attractions. By appointment only and prices in 400's.  TAYLORS GARDEN BAY STORE &  MARINA: is a well known and long established  business located in Garden Bay. Store, Marina  Gas pumps, boat facilities and other extras.  A RARE 200' WATERFRONT HOME  WITH 2 BR IN BARGAIN HARBOUR:  Direct access from Francis Peninsula Road with  good moorage and a spectacular view ol all of  Bargain Harbour. Approx. 'a acre. $220,000.  180 FOOT DEEP WATER MOORAGE  AND TWO BR HOME IN MADEIRA  PARK: This valuable properly includes  loreshuro lease, l.5��.icres,guesl cottage and 35'  x 35' storage shed. Room lot at) additional  house Located next to Coho Marina and  known as 'WIDMAN PROPERTY."  SPECTACULAR WATERFRONT LOT AT  END OF GILDEN ROAD IN MADEIRA  PARK: This rare deep water lot with "L"  shaped dock is fully serviced and can  accommodate a 50 ft. vessel. Located in most  desirable area of harbour. $225,000.  FOUR <��� or ���> ACRES OF COMMERCIAL  PROPERTY ADJOINING SHOPPING  CENTRE IN MADEIRA PARK: Last piece of  commercial property immediately available tor  development in Madeira Park. Has existing  stores Priced at $400,000  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.  THIS 1.2 ACRES WITH APPROX. 180'  WATERFRONTAGE: has excellent moorage  with large floats, 2 homes including large  grocery store and ideally located near Imperial  Oil dock, good black lop access from Francis  Peninsula Road adjoining full length of property.  (Formerly Hassan's Store).  15 UNIT MOTEL IN GARDEN BAY: with  attractive Caretaker's house. Short walking  distance to Marinas. A thriving business with  lucrative revenue potential. Call (or further  information.  A LARGE LOVELY 3 BR VIEW HOME  OVERLOOKING BARGAIN HARBOUR.  LOCATED OFF CHRIS WAY: One of the  nicest homes in the area with panoramic view,  all appliances, carpets, drapes, fireplaces up &  down, full basement with rec. room.  A LOVELY 5 BR WATERFRONT HOME  IN GARDEN BAY: With a lovely view, ramp  and float with deep water moorage, carpels,  drapes, appliances, lovely fireplace, 2 levels  loaded wiih extras. Good access in a  convenient location $205,000.  Your exclusive "Panabode" dealers   883-2491   P.O. Box 10, Madeira Park, B.C. V0N2H0  RoyalThist  ELIZABETH RAINES  Sales Representative  FANTASTIC OPPORTUNITY  For person who wishes to be independent. Well established  Taxi Business in prime location of Pender Harbour. Good  potential for territorial expansion and current services. For  complete information call Elizabeth Raines 324-4621 (24 hours).  BEAUTY SALON FOR SALE  Opportunity to be creative and be your own boss at the same  time. Well established business with 4 fully equipped stations, 3  sinks with extra hook-up for fourth, 4 dryers* bin washer &  dryer, full bathroom plus storage. Located in modern plaza  close to shopping centre. Lots of parking available. Vendor is  motivated. All reasonable offers will be considered. Call  Elizabeth Raines 324-4621 (24 hours).  Together,  we can help you better. Sunshine Coast Realtor, March 6, 1981  ~/?n  AELBERS REAL ESTATE  CAPA APPRAISALS INC.  �������l  ��*#  Located at the Old Granthams Landing Store  Marine Drive, Box 1189, Gibsons  886-9238    va���T0llFree 922-7814  Peter Aelbers  886-9238  Don Logan  REVENUE PROPERTY -  GRANTHAMS LANDING  WATERFRONT $45,000  Property offers two separate dwellings  fully rented and capable of increased  rents with renovations. Ten years  remaining in lease.  10,000 SQ. FT. - SELMA  PARK WATERFRONT     $175,000  This home has two bedrooms on the  main floor and a third bedroom and  additional bath on the lower floor and  has an unsurpassed view over the Strait  of Georgia. Within walking distance of  Sechelt. By appointment only.  ACREAGE & HOME ON  ROBERTS ROAD -  POWELL RIVER $55,000  Older, one bedroom with loft home on  2.2 acres on Roberts Road. Hydro,  telephone and regional water and 228  feet of frontage on the roadway. Fifteen  minutes from the Saltery Bay Ferry  Terminal and 20 minutes from downtown Powell River. This property was at  one time a part of the 10 acre parcel  listed below - the properties are adjacent  to one another and could possibly be  sold together as a package.  REVENUE PROPERTY -  POWELL RIVER  4675 Michigan Ave. $97,500  Older, two-storey house with basement;  three two-bedroom suites on separate  meters and three rooms with cooking  facilities. Total gross monthly income  $1,108 per month. Close to all the  services and amenities of Powell River.  TRIDENT AVENUE -  VILLAGE OF SECHELT    $64,000  This is an older-type, non-basement  home with a square footage of approximately 1400 and having 4 bedrooms, a  large entry hall, living room with airtight,  utility room with laundry hook-ups,  large kitchen and one bathroom. There  is also a large garage/workshop located  on the property. Some renovating and  repair work is required. This home is  within walking distance of the stores and  services located in the village.  WATERFRONT LEASE  PROPERTY - GRANTHAMS  LANDING $45,000  This property is suitable for recreational  use and features 120 feet of waterfront.  There is a three bedroom cottage on the  property and the lease is payable yearly  and renegotiated every 5 years. At  present there are ten years remaining.  This waterfront property is a fraction of  the price of waterfront on fee-simple  land and for the price and ten years of  use of your own waterfront retreat, this  property is worth your consideration.  MEMBER SUNSHINE COAST REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION  MEMBER  SUNSHINE COAST  \REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION  WESTERLY TRAIL ISLAND  H.B.G0RD0H AGENCIES ltd.  31 Years At Cowrie St., Sechelt  2,000 sq. ft. DECKS  SUPERB VIEWS  EVERY SUNSET!  ��� Contemporary W. Coast 1700 sq. ft. 2  level home.  ��� Meticulously constructed for year  round living.  ��� Guest House.  ��� Unique and very private.  PROTECTED MOORAGE  % ACRE  TREED PARADISE  Within steps of Buccaneer Marina.  Gentle sunny southern slope. Potential for two dwellings with no perk  problems. City water. $49,900. Call  Mike Baldigara 885-5645 for details.  SAKINAW LAKEFRONT!  Rustic Retreat right at the water's edge!  Wonderful warm swimming - cabins  sleep 2-8. 150' on the water with docks.  1.7 acres Gov't Lease Land. Water  access only. Price includes boat, engine  & furnishings $29,500. Pat Lindsay.  WANTED  VIEW LOT - SANDY HOOK  Buyer waiting  Pat Lindsay 885-2591  PHONE  885-2013  Box 123, Sechelt, B.C.  HOMES  JUST STEPS TO EVERYTHING!  One level 2(3) bedroom house in need of T.L.C!  Big living room ��� fisher stove. Sunny back  garden ��� fenced on lane. Perfect starter or  retirement home. Large assumable 11%  mortgage. Low 70's. Call Pat Lindsay for details.  LOTS  Two adjoining lots to be sold at same time,  Narrows & Wesjac Rds, F.P. $48,500 Pender  Harbour. Jack Noble has details.  -CARD AND GIFT SHOP--  Retail Business for <i lamily or couple. Fully  slocked. Renewable 5 year lease. Excellent  location in Ihe hearl ol Sechell. Loads ol  parking.  WAYNE SALTER  885-5986  PATRICIA LINDSAY  885-2591  H.B. GORDON  885-2013  JACK NOBLE  883-2701  JOHN WILSON  885-9365  MIKE BALDIGARA  885-5645

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