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Array Canada  single copies  ���  +  . \  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  The Sunshine  Published at Gibsons, B.C.  25' per copy on news stands  Delivered to every address on the Coast  June 23, 1981  Volume 35, Number 25  LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Parliament Buildings.  VICTORIA. B.C  V8V 1X4  Sechelt Community Plan  Public hearing poorly attended  ��� Venn Parnall Photo  An inexplicable disaster occurred Wednesday in Gibsons Harbour when the tug Hyak II settled to the bottom of the sea during  the night. Lifting operations took place in wet stormy weather Thursday morning with the assistance of the Silver Gale and a  barge for anchor. The tug belongs to Bill Thompson of Tillicum Towing, Garden Bay.  At Gibsons Council  Brothers Park condition debated  by Vene Parnell  The soggy condition of Brothers Park in Gibsons became the  topic of a heated discussion at Tuesday's council meeting, after  members of the Gibsons Athletic Association petitioned council  "to do something about it".  Gary Puckett, as spokesman for the GAA told council that the  playing field at Brothers Park was not draining properly due to  the fact that in some areas the newly-laid drain field had been  covered over with the same impermeable clay that had been  excavated, rather than with proper fill for drainage.  "If sandy soil is laid over the clay and it is seeded with grass, it  will produce a soft turf that will be most unsatisfactory as a  playing surface," said Puckett.  Alderman Diane Strom, chairman of the West Howe Sound  Recreation Commission, which was formed in 1981 after Areas E  and F voted to share recreation expenses with the village of  Gibsons, indicated that improvements to Brothers Park are a top  recreation priority this year.  "We certainly have consulted with experts as to the best method  for building a playing surface," said Strom. "We are as interested  as you are in creating a suitable playing field as quickly as  possible."  Puckett, who stated that "the baseball diamond situation is  deplorable" told council a total of 412 persons are involved in  baseball this year.  "We have 270 young people playing minor baseball, 72 in men's  softball and 54 in ladies' Softball. We realized we would be without  the use of Brothers Park this year, due to the major drainage  project taking place there, but we want to be assured that when the  work is completed, we will have a decent playing surface next  year.  "There is a definite need for two diamonds along the road and  two more diamonds and washrooms should be added," Puckett  told council.  Dick Derby, Area E representative on the WHS Recreation  Commission told the Coast News that a $7,000 chain-link fencing  Please turn to Page Twelve.  Challenges SCRD  Sechelt Council still snarling  about sewer connection policy  by Fran Bourassa  There were some very harsh comments made at the Sechelt  village council meeting last Wednesday as council declared war on  the Regional Board and Public Utilities Chairman, Jim Gurney,  in particular with respect to the sewer function.  Sechelt's council has been engaging in a power struggle with the  SCRD on who should have the last word on sewer installation and  price costing for quite some months.  The way it stands now, the regional board, who have the sewer  function, make the policies.  "As the sole user of the system we should have the right to make  policy decision," Sechelt Alderman and regional representative  Brian Stelck told the Coast News. "The regional board is deciding  on matters of financial implication to the village without any  regard to council's wishes. Council's decisions are being made by  the board."  Council feels they are getting the run around from the board  and it all came to a head at the Wednesday night meeting when  Alderman Charles Lee and Brian Stelck reported on a change in a  resolution that had previously been passed by both council and  the board.  At the last board meeting the SCRD rescinded an earlier  resolution concerning the construction and costing of the West  Compassionate holiday  Irish children to spend peaceful  summer on Sunshine Coast  by Vene Parnell  Two young Irish children will arrive on the Sunshine Coast for  a summer holiday on Monday, June 29, thanks to the kindness of  two coast families and the efforts of The Fund for Irish Children  Society.  Pauline Kerr, 10, will stay with Ron and Sharon Webber and  their four children in Gibsons and Andrew Warnock, 11, will bea  visitor with Alan and Gillian Wiggins of Davis Bay.  Sarah Hughes, a Belfast mother who began the Society has  been sending children to North America to spend a month away  from the "terror and violence" as "an opportunity for the children  of Belfast to see that Protestants and Catholics can and do live  together in peace".  ' Last year, 198 children came to North America and this year, a  total of 82 children are coming to B.C. alone.  Many children in Ireland have been "brought up in war ever  since the cradle", says Sarah, "they are our next generation (and)  if they don't learn about a better life, then God help Ireland." She  has seen mutilated children and others recruited when they are  eight or nine to act as messengers between extremists.  by Fran Bourassa  A public hearing on the Sechelt Community Plan was held June  IS at the Senior Citizens Hall in Sechelt.  Only 23 people attended the meeting. Some said the limited  attendance was due to the weather. Others attributed the small  numbers to the number of meetings that have been held on the  plan. It is felt that suggestions made are not always implemented  and residents are disillusioned.  Sechelt's Village council felt the meeting went very well.  Alderman Charles Lee said, "It was a very successful meeting and  we dealt well with explosive matters".  Such was not the opinion of ex-mayor Merv Boucher.  "The nicest thing I can say is that I am disheartened. It has been  an exercise in futility for the Ratepayers. In February, 1981  council made a request that the Ratepayers Association give their  input to the Community Plan. The Ratepayers worked overtime  for two weeks and submitted a six-page report to council. We  understood we had a deadline to meet.  "Sixty copies were made of our report and circulated among the  members, which now number 200. The report was accepted  unanimously.  "It would appear that not one of the suggestions was taken,"'  said Boucher.  Boucher read the report aloud and it was recorded into the  minutes of the meeting.  Planning Consultant, John Northey told Boucher that the  report was carefully read and will be taken into consideration.  Boucher told the Coast News that the Ratepayers were waiting  to see what the plan will say after it receives third reading.  "I am not optimistic that our suggestions will be implemented  but it is premature to get annoyed. If the third reading goes  without any changes, we can save our energy for the polls," said  Boucher.  Comments were made by others in attendance at the meeting  concerning parts of the Community Plan after Northey had  outlined the goals, issues and objectives of the plan.  Peter Gordon stated that he was in favour of commercial  development on Cowrie Street between Ocean Avenue and Trail  Avenue. He noted that there appeared to be no allowance for  commercial growth in Sechelt.  Gordon has recently been polling residents in that area on this  matter in efforts to get the re-zoning. Petitions have been received  by council both for and against this suggestion.  Richard Chamberlin, a past member on the Community Plan  committee felt he plan was reasonable and practical. He felt that  not letting tl commercial area spread but keeping it confined  and lettim I eredo Strec take the through traffic through the  vilU|it was a go ;J ijea. -  Helen Dawe was concerned about the traffic problem around  Chatelech School with the probability of higher density  residential zoning becoming a factor in the area.  "The developers of Block 15 and H are talking in the area of 96  units on less than six acres. That traffic will create a problem,"  said Helen Dawe.  The planner told Miss Dawe that a condition of development  was that Pilot Avenue must go through to Medusa. He also  explained the "proof of performance" bond developers are asked  to submit in their development plans that must include sewers,  water, drainage and access.  She was also concerned about the marine zone being extended  to Porpoise Bay. She told council that residents in the past had  been opposed to a marina in this area.  Mrs. J. Hopkins was concerned that a major road was to be put  right alongside of Hackett Park.  Porpoise Bay Specified Area sewer system that will bring on  stream lots in Len Van Egmont's Halfmoon Bay Developments as  well as Robert Allen's Forty-Four Developments.  A section was deleted from the resolution that would have seen  the developer pay 25% of the installation and financing costs of  the connecting gravity trunk.  The new resolution now states that the developer will pay the  entire cost of the connection to the works installed by the SCRD.  PUC Chairman, Jim Gurney had told the regional board that a  mistake had beeri made and the resolution was adopted by the  board and council before it was noticed.  "The costs would have been borne unjustly by the taxpayers of  Sechelt in the rescinded resolution. It would have seen the users of  the system subsidizing the developers. The resolution also  contravened board policy which states that the developer must  bear the cost of connection to the main line," said Gurney.  Both Stelck and Lee went on the record as opposing the change  in the resolution at the board meeting.  In discussion of this matter at the Sechelt council meeting,  Mayor Bud Koch expresed his disapproval.  "It is time for the village to quit dancing around the maypole as far as the sewer system is concerned. We will lay it on  the line that we want to go back to the original motion.  Please turn to Page 22  The sponsors are asked to pay $500 air fare for the child and  submit their application about six to eight months before the  summer. In the case of the Wiggins, the Sechelt Lions Club  donated $100 and a private donor $50, towards the travel costs.  After a local family has been selected, a child selected in Belfast  by a committee of Protestants and Catholics, under the direction  of Mrs. Hughes, establishes contact by letter with the sponsor.  Pictures and family information are exchanged prior to the child's  arrival.  "These are not poor, destitute children," said Ron Webber. "It  is exactly the opposite, they are from average families who are  being offered an opportunity to visit Canada and see another way  of life."  Three of the Webber's four children live at home and their  youngest daughter Shannon, 10, is looking forward to a new playmate for the summer.  Donations to the Fund for Irish Children Society or inquiries  about further information by interested families may be made to  the B.C. president of the Society: Maureen Campbell at (604) 433-  4485 in Vancouver or Jim Brady, Public Relations, 3440 Francis  Road, Richmond,.V7C IJ2, home phone, 274-8230.  Canada Week  Proclamation  Canada Week is sponsored by the Council for Canadian  Unity and is celebrated in over 1,200 communities across the  land. Its purpose is to foster pride in our country and a  strong national identity. This is achieved by encouraging  Canadians of all ages, origins and walks of life to celebrate  Canada's birthday through community activities.  I hereby proclaim the week of June 25th to July 1st "Canada  Week", and urge all residents of Gibsons to display the  Canadian flag and other national symbols at home, place of  business, car, boat,  I also encourage them to actively participate in the many  activities planned, particularly the daily Flag Raising  Ceremony at noon in Pioneer Park and the Family Picnic  and Sports Day on Canada's Birthday, July 1st, in Dougal  Park.  Let's demonstrate the Gibsons' spirit right across the land!  R. Lorraine Goddard - Mayor  Sechelt appointments  Former Mayor Harold Nelson of Sechelt and Ian Hunter  lave been appointed to the Board of Directors of the Sechelt  Ratepayers Association replacing Chuck Dowman and Leif  Nelson who were obliged to resign because of pressure of  business.  Harold Nelson brings with him a wealth of knowledge  and experience having served for many years on Council as  Alderman and Mayor. In accepting his appointment he  expressed his concern for the future of Sechelt and some of  the plans now underway.  He was of the opinion that the majority of the citizens  would prefer Sechelt to retain its friendly village atmosphere  rather than have it develop into a busy commercial centre  with a big city atmosphere.  Jury tainted  The Coroner's Inquest into the 'unnatural' death of five-  year old Debra Lee Robinson, daughter of Reg and Mary  Robinson, was held at the court house in Sechelt, June 15  and 16. Debra Robinson died January 27, 1981 after a  routine tonsilectomy.  A member of the jury had, against the rules, discussed the  matters of the inquest outside the court room. The Coroner  saw fit to call the jury tainted.  A new jury will be called and the inquest is re-scheduled  for July 13, 14 and 15.  The planner stated that the idea of puttinga collector road near  the park was not the best but was the only alternative.  Mrs. B. Steele was concerned over the traffic problems at  Teredo and Shorncliffe. Turning east onto Shorncliffe from  Highway 101 entering the village could be a serious traffic hazard.  Mayor Koch stated that the Engineers had contacted the  Department of Highways in regard to connecting Teredo Street  with Highway 101 and felt certain that this problem would be  looked into.  The report of the Ratepayers Association, included in the,  minutes of the public hearing, and the Community Plan are  available at the Sechelt Village office for further perusal.  In Lower Gibsons  Sign not wanted  The reading of by-law 399 at Gibsons council meeting Tuesday  night may create unwanted problems for the village. By-law 399  governs "the erection, placing and maintenance of signs in the  Village of Gibsons".  However, a $5,000 illuminated sign ordered by Mitten Realty in  February for display at their office on Marine Drive in Lower  Gibsons contravenes the new by-law and the village has not  permitted it to be installed. The company that made the sign has  indicated it may take legal action against the village.  A letter from Sign-O-Lite of Richmond B.C., dated May 29  requests that the village "Release your stop order on installation  of the sign because there is no sign by-law in place to prevent  installation". If not, the company requests payment in full for the  manufactured sign.  Gibsons council agreed in a March 16 planning meeting to place  a moratorium on sign placement in the village until the new bylaw was completed and passed.  Procedure in the village in the past has been to issue a building  permit for placement of signs valued over $500. When the Sign-O-  Lite agent applied for a permit to install the sign in May, the  application was turned down by the village.  The new 16-page sign by-law, prepared by the village, describes  materials, methods of erection, inspection, maintenance, size and  position of signs with special restrictions for the lower village area.  Ordinary plastic-faced signs are not permitted in the lower  village and painted wall signs require special approval of the  Building Inspector, Ralph Jones. Directly illuminated signs,  flashing, animated, rotating and changeable copy signs are not  permitted, according to the by-law.  Council decided they would seek the advice of the Village's  solicitor in the matier.  ON THE INSIDE...  Catalogue's historic role  Page 2  Middle East perspective Page 2  Letters to the editor Page 3  The Chaos carrier Page 4  Book Look Page 5  Arts Festival Page 5  Home-built plane Page 12  Chickens unlimited Page 13  Business Directory Page 16  Classified Ads  Pages 18,19 & 20  Crossword Page 21  Passmore retires Page 22  Who says camping in the rain isn't fun? Gibsons Elementary  School's Grades 6 and T% hiked seven miles to Gambler Lake and  back and Grade 5's spent one soggy night on Ktats Island hit  week before thc> all fine in to the sogj; elements and came home  wet but happy. Above, students prepare to board the ferry lo  Gambier Tuesday, full of bright hopes, Coast News, June 23, 1981  /  The  Sunshine.  �� MIT lilt  A LOCALLY OWNED NEWSPAPER  Published at Gibsons, B.C. every   Tuesday, by Glassford Press Ltd.  Box 460, Gibsons, VON 1V0  Phone 886-2622 or 886-7B17  Pender Harbour enquiries, and all others, It  no answer from 886 numbers call 885-2770  Editorial Department:  John Burnside  Fran Bourassa  Vene Parnell  Advertising Department:  Fran Berger  Mark Hood  Jane McOuat  Copysettlng:  Wendy-Cynne Johns  Lise Sheridan  Connie Hawke  Accounts Department:  MM. Joe  SUBSCRIPTION RATES:  Canada $24.00 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:  Nancy Conway  Neville Conway  Sharti R. Sohn  Sherra Picketts  Bradley J Benson  Circulation  Joan H. Foster  Stephen Carroll  The steamroller rolls on  There Is no satisfying, apparently, B.C.  Hydro's appetite for the river valleys of this  province. A glossy production entitled  Energy Blueprint I98l has been mailed out  which forecasts an annual average rate of  growth of 6.1% between April, 1980 and  March 31, 1991.  To meet this estimated demand B.C.  Hydro now tells us that after they have  their Site C dam built on the farmlands of  the Peace River Country and after they  have their Hat Creek coal development  they are looking towards two new dams on  the Liard River. It goes on and on.  The fact that only B.C. Hydro forecasts  growth at this level seems to matter not at  all. The anguished cry of farmers and  environmentalists that enough is surely  enough are without avail. The ponderous  energy steamroller that is B.C. Hydro rolls  on.  It is now reported that Municipal  Affairs Minister Bill Vander Zalm's long-  awaited planning legislation for the  province has been delayed precisely  because what Vander Zalm proposed  would have required B.C. Hydro to bend  to planning requirements other than its  own. Premier Bennett laments publicly  that it is impossible to bring B.C. Hydro  under control and it is apparent that there  are powerful voices in cabinet, notably  Ministers Nielsen and McClelland who are  carrying the mail for energy czar Bob  Bonner.  If there is anything more than lip service  being paid to democracy in this province  the power corporation itself is going to  have to be harnessed before it turns most of  the province into a giant energy warehouse  for probably American requirements.  If Bill Bennett cannot bring his cabinet  to control the monster, he should take  himself and his short-sighted cabinet out of  office and let someone do the job who has  the will to do so.  Is this what Sechelt wants?  Can the people of Sechelt feel that they  are being well represented by this  quarrelsome council? Is it a representation  of the wishes of the public that leads this  council to urge that seventy-five percent of  the cost of hooking up subdivisions to the  sewer system should be borne by the public  rather than the developer who stands to  gain by the hook-up?  Is the almost indecent urgency with  which Messrs. Stelck and Lee seek to turn  die village of Sechelt into the Nanaimo of  fire Sunshine Coast what the electors of  Sechelt had in mind when they voted them  into office?  We are not surprised, of course, at the  actions of Alderman Lee. His vendetta  against the Regional Board has been  unceasing since it had, twice, the temerity  to fail to elect him as its chairman.  Stelck is another matter. We would  suggest that if he expects to have any  credibility whatsoever in his pursuit of  higher political office, the quicker he gets  himself out of Lee's pocket the better for  him.  from the files of the COAST NEWS  FIVE YEARS AGO  Not Available  TEN YEARS AGO  To quail the dog situation at Gibsons  Municipal beach, the Municipal council decided to get the dog-catcher on  the job. Complaints have been made  by many mothers not only to the  alderman but to the R.C.M.P.  Dougall Park in Gibsons was dedicated Tuesday afternoon by Canon  Alan Greene and Wesley B. Hodgson,  former mayor, before an audience of  Gibsons pioneers, members of the  Kinsmen Club and municipal officials  in brilliant sunshine.  Hopkins Landing store has changed  hands with John and Jean Morrison  being the new owners from J.M.  Heaps.  FIFTEEN YEARS AGO  Wilson Creek Hall will be the scene  of a day-long Centennial celebration,  starting with a parade around the park  at 1 pm. There will be prizes for  decorating bicycles, tricycles, wagons,  buggies, etc. Parade Marshall will be  Mr. T.W. Marstin. Mr. Jack Little will be  in charge of a 2 1/2 hour program of  sports for children up to and including  the age of fifteen.  A Centennial Douglas Fir seedling  was planted on the grounds of  Elphinstone High School by Chairman  W.B. Hodgson, of the village of  Gibsons and Phil Malpass, President of  the student council.The Hon. F.X.  Richter, Minister of Agriculture pointed out the significance of planting a  seedling and charged the youth of this  province with the protection and  development of our natural resources.  TWENTY YEARS AGO  Some bright bits of wit: Perseverance indicates a strong will;  Obstinance a strong won't. A lot of  fellows who say what they think don't  *1o enough thinking. Tomorrow is the  greatest labour-saving device of today.  Commissions are not paid on arguments won but on sales made. If you  can't get behind a movement for the  good of the Community, the least you  can do is get out from in front of it.  Many Gambier Island residents can  have electric power next year if they  want it. F.H. Bob Norminton, B.C.  Electric district manager, said the  power company is prepared to cross  the water from beyond Langdale to  Gambier with a 7,200-foot submarine  cable if enough residents in West Bay,  New Brighton and Gambier Harbour  areas are prepared to take the power.  The rising tide of Monday, June 12th,  floated another Gooldrup-built fishing  boat from its launching cradle. This  latest craft to come from the shop of  Jack Gooldrup, Gibsons, was built for  Frank Lee, Nelson Bros., fisherman  from Pender Harbour and long time  resident of that area.  TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO  All garbage pits in and operated by  the Village of Sechelt will be filled  immediately at village expense owing  to the fire hazard.  "Ye Editor doffed his outer garments, put on a bathing suit with the  idea of having a quick plunge and  swim, the other early evening. Arriving  at the float and ready for the plunge  that refreshes, he found....garbage  floating nonchalantly by."  THIRTY YEARS AGO  Strong resistance to Pacific Stage  Lines'application for the right to put  buses on the run between Hopkins,  Granthams Landings and Gibsons has  been spearheaded by the Board of  Trade and Village Commission.  Drew Pratt, Vancouver lawyer,  ventured a guess, in addressing the  Village Commission, on when the car  ferry would go into operation. He was  stressing the urgency of getting  approval from council for Pacific  Stage's application to operate here.  When contacted on opening date  George Firth of Black Ball threw up his  hands in mock bewilderment, "I cannot  tell at this stage what we will be up  against"!  THIRTY-FIVE YEARS AGO  400 pounds of shark fell to the  harpoon of Bud Rasmussen of Lund  last week, when he speared the  monsters while fishing near Harwood  Island. Scourges of the mackeral  sharks, which chase game fish out of  the Straits' waters, have been reported  this year. Fishermen claim that fishing  "has been ruined" in waters adjacent to  Powell River.  Waterfront Lots: All reasonably  priced; Gower Point - 3 lots - $400.  each, good beach, over one acre, each  lot.  The PRINCE GEORGE was built at Yarrows Shipyards, Victoria, in 1948, to  replace the original of 1910. Powered by two diesels, it represented the trend of its  time from steam ship to motor vessel. Although it was designed by the Canadian  National for general passenger, mail, and freight service along the coast, the  PRINCE GEORGE within several years saw only limited use on summer cruises.  In 1975, the CN declared the vessel surplus. It was acquired by B.C. Steamships, but  was not returned to service. Following a period of disuse that took the ship as far  away from its former sailing routes as Portland, it has now been reactivated.  Commencing in late May, the PRINCE GEORGE - its name unchanged  throughout its somewhat chequered career -- was scheduled to return to further  seasons of cruising through Pacific Northwest waters. Photo courtesy Powell River  Museum and Elphinstone Pioneer Museum. L.R. Peterson  Musings  John Burnside  T  [Slings & Arrows^  [George MatthewsP^-  "The Sears catalogue may  seem like crass commercialism to you, young man,"  the old farmer said, "but  there was a time when it>was  all we had."  As an opening for a column  the above was suggested by  that master of outhouse  humour G. Matthews. I should  explain. A year or so ago in a  bar in Victoria Matthews and I  exchanged opening sentences  for upcoming columns. They  were scrawled on beer coasters and subsequently took  their place as part of our  regular offerings.  Last week I was sitting in a  fairly customary state of  blind panic on one of those  days when neither ideas nor  words seemed to have any  loyalty whatsoever. George  was in the office and after I  had written a long and promising sentence which sadly  orphaned at birth as far as  I was concerned, I passed it  over to Matthews because it  seemed to have something of  the Matthews' style to it. He  accepted it cheerfully and  apparently has dashed off a  column with my sentence as  a lead-in, with his customary  facility and charm.  A couple of days ago he  retaliated with the sentence  that graces the opening of  this exercise. The fiend knows  he has me in the throes of a  culture shock from which  there is no escaping.  For while it is true that I  have perched with bared  stoicism in frigid outhouses  from New Brunswick to the  Alaskan border, the hey-day  of the Sears catalogue was  over in such places before I  made the acquaintance of the  rigours of Canadian toilette.  In my formative years during  the Second World War in  Scotland it was squares of  the daily newspaper that  served - usually the Daily  Herald though the Daily  Express was preferred because of its conservative  views.  Useful as these early  experiences undoubtedly were  they ill-equipped me for  the challenge that Matthews  poses here. As a keen student  of Canadian history I am, of  course, aware of the long and  noble history of the Sears  catalogue as an aid to both  fantasy and personal nygiene  but the simple truth of the  matter is that I have not  known in any of the outhouses  of my acquaintance the living  history of the outhouse catalogue.  Thus in one deftly subtle  manoeuvre Matthews has  made me.hideously aware of  my inescapable shortcomings  as a commentator on the  Canadian scene.  Of what value can my  studies of Canadian history  be without this folksy background of Canadiana of the  .early 20th century? What do  my studies of French Canada  yield? Of what value is my  knowledge of the early fur  trade in Canada in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries? How can I speak with  eloquence of the struggles  for responsible government in  Upper and Lower Canada in  the nineteenth century without firsthand knowledge of  this keystone of the Canadian  experience? Of what use are  my studies of the founding of  the nation under the canny  guidance of Sir John A.  Macdonald and Sir Wilfred  Laurier? My endless reading  on matters Canadian over the  past quarter of a century  has been revealed by Matthews in this one deadly blow  to be both superficial and  cerebral.  What's that, I hear the  reader cry. This poseur seeks  to make comment on the  Canadian constitution without  first-hand knowledge of the  place of the Sears catalogue in  Canadian history. He dares to  make observations on our  economic relationship with the  United States while knowing  absolutely nothing about this  historic underpinning of the  Canadian economy. Shame on  the presumptuous rascal I  It is a telling blow, George,  and one from which I may not  recover. Sketchy-research  done this Sunday morning  reveals the worst. All Canadians in the Coast News Office  have had this unique and  intimate acquaintance with  the glossy pages of the catalogues of both Eatohs and  Simpson-Sears.  It is without avail that I  brandish the white square of  cardboard which tells the  world that I am a citizen of  Canada. There appears to be  an irreparable hole in my  background which may prevent me for all time from  claiming true Canadian status.  Irreparable, of course, because recently it was announced that the last of the  department stores to issue  a catalogue for rural home use  has   decided   to   cease   its  Please turn to Page Three  A round our wilderness mounlainlop table  Ihe guests begin to gather  an incursion of the small  cluttering twittering closer  circling through the sun-circled afternoon.  Like fencers they advance and retreat  wary eyes take our measure  prudently they hesitate  but the lure of the crumbs proves too strong  their forest caution dissolves.  Quick squirrels dart to the booty  whiskeyjacks filch from our fingers  a tiny greathearted chipmunk  scales the ramp of my hand  with thistledown feet and attains the prize.  It is a scene out of Francis ofAssissi  a film by Walt Disney  the small have offered their trust  and we are the guests not they  scattering our tithes in a highcountry clearing.  ^��w����o?Q  Peter Trower  3cgp? &^ fc��oP<fc^aJ'  He was an old man sitting  alone on the river bank and at  first I respected his privacy  and his silence, contenting  myself only with a brief  pause to share the commanding view with him. Besides, 1  thought to myself, what could  this old, whiskered Egyptian  know that could possibly be  ofinteresttome.  It was 1968, eight months  after the "Seven Days War",  in which a young, virile  Israel had whipped the Mediterranean sick man three falls  to zero, that is on land, sea  and in the air. Standing on the  banks of the Nile, Cairo at my  back, Giza's pyramids rose  majestically, if not heroically,  out of the sandy plateau  on the opposite side of the  river. The hunched, berobed  stoicism of the old Egyptian  symbolized, for me, the  futility of the old being  arrogantly slapped by the  new. The pyramids too stood  as silent reminders of some  long past vigour and energy  that had once invested this  place.  Just for a few moments it  was me and the old man,  the two of us briefly apart  from the millions teeming  through the city at our backs,  staring out across 35 centuries  of history.  Suddenly, out of nowhere at  all, an incredibly ugly, two-  engined jet military aircraft  sliced into view, coming from  north of where the pyramids  stood. It was not at all the  sleek looking craft one normally associates with sophisticated modern aircraft; it  was a dark, camouflage-  speckled, monstrous insect,  like a gigantic mantis. No  more than 500 feet above the  ground it was coming right at  us, me and the old man,  and looking very menacing.  In an instant, visions  kaleidoscoped through my  mind of burning tanks, the  sunken ships I'd seen in  Alexandria harbour a week  earlier, the sand-bag shields  piled in front of public buildings in downtown Cairo and  the masking-taped display  cases in the Cairo Museum.  Within seconds, I scrambled  over a low brick wall behind  where I was standing and,  making myself as small as  possible, huddled there at  just the moment the obscene  craft screamed overhead and  out of sight.  The entire terrifying episode took no more than ten  seconds from the moment I  spotted the plane until silence  fell again. I remained crouched, waiting for the sound, of  the exploding bombs I was  convinced were being dropped. When the expected  catastrophe failed to material-.  ize, I cautiously raised my  head and looked around,.  There was the old man. He  hadn't moved an inch except,  he was looking over at me with,  a large toothless grin.  "Hey English, come here.  Let an old man look into the  face ofa coward."  Then his body convulsed  with laughter. The terror of a  moment before became at  once acute embarrassment.  Obviously the plane had been  Egyptian and the old man had  been treated to the comic  scene of a foreigner being  frightened by a friendly  aircraft.  "Come, my friend, sit with  me a moment and tell me what  you were thinking just then/'  The old Egyptian's English  was surprisingly good. He in  fact affected a slight Scottish  accent, a result I discovered  later, of his being foreman of a  work   crew   assigned   to   a  company of Scottish engineers  who were working on the. Suez  Canal in the latter stages of:  WWII. He was a charming  old customer, and before long-  even my pride was restored;  as we sat together, he and I;;  beside the river and smoked;  his Egyptian cigarettes.  "Tell me the truth my:  friend. You thought that aero-.:  plane was from Israel, did:  you not?" ���.  .   ���  I acknowledged that the  thought had occurred to me.  He began to talk about the  war and why Egypt had lost. -  "It is the Russians who lost  the war for us. They donS  believe in God. (He used the  word "God" rather "tt��W  "Allah" as if translating :i  greater deity in whonrijve  could both believe). We  Russians came to build out  dam at Aswan and they  remain. They don't believe in  God and so the Israelis  won the war. The jews  believe in God."  I asked him if he did not  hate the Israelis and he  said, "A man is only as good  as his enemies. I am a Semite.  The Jews are Semites', i  believe in God. The Jew*  believe in God. How can 1  hate them?"  He pointed out across fhe  river to the pyramids, "those  pyramids have been in Egypt  longer than my ancestors.  When I was a young man ]  Please turn to Pag* Three Coast News, June 23, 1981  Letters to the Editor  Policy alternatives for school taxation  Editor:  The school system costs  money. Taxpayers have recently received their tax  notices, and are now aware  how much more they have to  Many British Columbians  believe that the property .tax  is too high, and they're  right. However, it's unfair to  blame school boards and not  look at the real culprit: the  provincial government.  Let me illustrate: in 1975,  the last year of the New  Democrat administration, the  provincial share of local education costs hit an all-time  high - 48%.  In 1977 under Bill Bennett,  it fell to 45%. By 1979 it had  slumped to 38%. In 1981,  Mr. Bennett has cut it to an  all-time low: 33%.  Who makes up the difference? Local taxpayers. In this  regard, you are paying too  much on property tax, because  the province is paying too  little.  This provincial policy is unfair for another reason. Most  people recognize that provincial revenues are drawn  from a wide base. These  sources include resource revenues like royalties on coal,  forestry, personal and corporate income taxes, and a  host pf other items.  Local school boards have It was also endorsed by the  only one revenue base; your then-Mayor of Oak Bay, one  property  tax.   When  Social Brian Smith. Today, he's the  Credit reduces its share from  48% to 33% in six years, you  ate forced to make up the  difference. This is patently  unfair.  The New Democrats have a  Minister of Education. I think  he's hoping we won't remind  taxpayers of his pre-Socred  promise.   .  Do  we  really  want  the  quality   of   our   children's  better solution. We announ- education to depend on the  ced in 1974 a 5 year program value of local real estate?  to remove the burden of the  school tax from the local  property owner. By law, a  School Tax Removal Fund was  established. It actually worked  this way for two years, until  Social Credit was elected. By  1980, property owners would  have been relieved ofthe bulk  of all school tax liability. This  was the New Democrat strategy. It was prudent, to be  phased in over a 5 years  period, and affordable.  Regrettably, Social Credit  wiped out the Fund in 1976,  and your property taxes have  worsened ever since.  There's a terrible irony in  all this. In 1976, the McMath  Commission (appointed by  David Barrett) recommended  that the ratio of school costs  be set at 75% provincial and  25% local. This principle was  accepted by the B.C. School  Trustees' Association, the  B.C. Teacher's Federation  and the New Democratic  Party.  There are four policy alternatives available to the government:  1. reduce the basic mill rate;  2. increase the homeowner  grant;  3. reduce the proportion of  assessed value for school  purposes;  4. and, increase special grants  to school districts.  If we had a competent  government in Victoria, these  alternatives would now be  in place. Unfortunately, we  have Bill Bennett.  I would appreciate your  readers' comments and criticisms on our point of view,  and on the New Democrats'  positive and alternative strategy for making the province  pay its fair share of education  costs.  Yours truly,  Gary V. Uuk, MLA,  Official Opposition Critic  for Education  Parliament Buildings, Victoria  A serious social problem  Hunter's preoccupation  Editor:  _.Qne would have to question  seriously Regional Director  chairman and Area 'F' representative David Hunter's  preoccupation with the construction of the so-called  West Howe Sound sewer  system. (Coast News June  16/81). Where there is no  doubt that small pockets of  present development have a  problem with septic disposal,  that is not an excuse to saddle  the entire area between Langdale and Gibsons with a  massive urban system trunked  through Gibsons, and which  ends up adding to the Gulf's  growing problems with the  discharge.  ��� Ninety per cent of the  present residents either have  a satisfactory disposal or, at  -.'fraction of the hook-up,  internal connection, and 25  year repayment costs of the  proposed system, could meet  existing standards. Yet all will  be required and committed to  Asassanach  Editor:  .. You can call Kavanagh's  organisms orgasms. Or you  can call me Colonel. Or you  cat), call me Doug. Or you can  can hie Dickson.  handle the anticipated debt.  Mr. Hunter, what do you  propose if the referendum  does not pass? Surely for  those with a problem time is  more pressing than awaiting  that possibility; let along  being able to justify the need  to Victoria; let alone getting  the millions required to pour  all that concrete.  What of Langdale School  which has a current serious  problem? Surely that deserves  an immediate solution. Come  on Mr. Hunter, use all that  zest and energy to find a  fast alternative that does not  require either Victoria or the  millions. Even my modest  home-work can come up with  a short list of presently or  recently installed small collector systems in various parts  of B.C., including the Sunshine Coast.  Yours very truly,  Eric R. Cardinall,  Soames Point  Editor:  I believe the members of  the B.C. Legislature are being  very irresponsible in their  attitude towards a very serious  social problem.  The problem is the inability  of the judicial system to deal  with access and custody problems. A lot of people, at least  half of them children, are  suffering unnecessarily because judges, lawyers and  police are unable to deal with  families in conflict.  In the past 18 months I have  written to every B.C. MLA at  least three times. Their  replies indicate that many  recognize  there  is   a   very  serious problem but not one of  them will accept it is his or  her responsibility, as an MLA,  to do something about it.  The inability of the judicial  system to deal justly with  families in conflict is a very  serious problem which will not  be resolved until those individuals who enact laws decide  to do something about  it.  I hope those of your readers  who are familiar with this  problem will contact their  MLA urging him' or her to take  some action.  Yours truly,  Ralph Powell  Accolade to Lyn Vernon  Editor:  May I offer yet another  accolade to Lyn Vernon and  the cast of Jesus Christ Superstar along with the Gibsons  Soundwaves.  It was in my opinion a fine  and highly imaginative production put on under almost  impossible circumstances.  Does not a beautiful progressive village such as Gibsons-  can be, and is, deserve a decent  building for such undertakings.  Could the artistic community  along with local government  produce one? And in the  interim, may I suggest a  theatre "under the stars" type  of production using the new  parking lot facing Holland  Park for the stage using tents of  course, and the natural amphitheatre���the hillside for seating. What could be lovelier, a  summer evening outside facing  that beautiful scenery of the  lower village and being entertained by a local group of such  talent.  May you flourish Lyn Vernon and the Gibson Soundwaves whatever your endeavours.  Sincerely,  (Mrs.) Ruby Macpherson  Box 1282  Gibsons, B.C.  Agreement with Highways  proposed  insult  Editor:  Your June 15th paper reported correspondence from  the Ministry of Highways. The  Honourable Minister of Highways, Alex Fraser, expressed  pleasure that Payne Road has  been selected as the access  y^^*M$  But don't call me Dixon. It  is a sassanach insult to a braw  Scot's name.       Yomsmy<  Airport Planning Commission    SHttgS & ArrOWS (COflt'd.)  route   from   the  highway by-pass.  We gratefully submit, that  we concur with the sentiments  of the Honourable Minister.  R. Fredricksen  (for) Davis Road  Property Owners  .tondics. Nub and other freafs. '*���  A Country  Candy Store  was strong, like you. I would  go to the pyramids with my  friend and we would race to  see who could climb the  pyramid first.  "The pyramid is built from  very big stones. From here  each stone seems very small  but believe me my friend,  when you climb the pyramid  each stone seems very big,  taller than a man. Israel is  like a big stone to us. As we  climb we don't know how we  will overcome it, but sitting  here we both can see how  small the stone is to the whole  pyramid. Israel is no more  than a stone in the pyramid.  The pyramid remains, but  many stones are broken. The  pyramids have been here  thousands of years, and this  river. Thousands of years  from now men will sit here by  this river and look at those  pyramids and this little war  will not be remembered."  He was just an old man  sitting alone on the river  bank.  Musings (cont'd.)  Covering  the Coverage  by Jim Anstll  - Last year I wrote a series  of articles explaining the ins  .a'i)d outs of various insurance policy forms, including role definitions,  claims procedure, and recommendations.  ���, "These articles were intended to bring a better understanding of the more common coverages available,  and to explain how the  .Insurance system in general  works.  ..', "SUNSHINE COAST INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD  :������-. Box 375, Cowrie Street  ..... Credit Union Building  ��85-2291 Sechelt. B.C. VON 3AO ADVT  Due to the favourable  response 1 have received  from you, 1 have decided to  rerun these articles starting  next week. I will again  welcome your responses to  any of the topics raised.  Questions of general interest  will be published in this  column.  Next  Role.  Week:  The Agent's  publication and I am left  exposed as one for whom a  true Canadian identity is  for ever beyond his grasp.  Bravely, of course, I must  continue. No setback must be  allowed to unseat me totally.  I draw comfort from the fact  that this ill wind which blows  away my status as a bona-fide  Canadian may also reveal to  us a crucial historic fact.  In my thirty years in Canada  the question of the Canadian  identity has been debated  by historians and political  commentators ad nauseam  but Matthews has revealed its  essence in this one diabolical  stroke.  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June  28,1967: It was my twelfth day  as a trusty in the maximum-  security South Wing and it  started out predictably enough.  We rose at 6:30; rattled the pots  and pans on the breakfast  chow-line; swept and swabbed  the tiers afterwards. The cons  were unusually placid���even  Starkley, the convicted cop and  Grimes, the bitter kid on the  manslaughter rap, had nothing  to bitch about for a change.  Sally, the third-tier queen  didn't camp it up quite so  blatantly and Pendrell, the  skeletal, toothless bank-robber  got his prescribed double-  ration without the usual jealous  comment. Scotty. Jake and 1  commandeered several extra  boiled eggs, intended for three  men who had been transferred  out.  I spent the rest of the  morning writing letters and  reading. Then Willy Dougan  went into his cagcd-lion routine  and I knew it was coming on  noon. As long as Willy was in  the trusties' section, we always  knew when mealtimes were  approaching. He would begin  pacing up and down like a  horse champing at the bit.  Dougan was a small crop-  haired mandoingten-daysona  drunk charge but he seemed to  be shaking harder time than the  two murderers on Death Row.  I reached automatically for my  white jacket. Nervous Willy  was more reliable than a clock.  We set up the tables and went  through the familiar business  of serving lunch. It was as  uneventful as breakfast. When  ���f  Chimney  Cleaning  & Maintenance  Phone 886-8187  the cons were all back in their  cells, we loaded our own trays  and returned to our living-area  to eat. I was about half-way  through my meal when the  section-door was suddenly  unlocked and a guard came in.  This was an unscheduled  occurence and we all looked  up. Walters, the screw, made a  bee-line for me. "You'll have to  leave that and come along. Dr.  Richmond wants to see you."  I felt a cold shiver ol  apprehension. Why the hell  would he be calling me out in  the middle of a meal? Dazedly,  I followed Walters from the  section. Keys rattled, two more  gates opened and closed. I was  in the central compound, alone  except for the screw who had  admitted me. I had never seen it  so deserted before. All the  prison functions had come to a  halt. "Any idea why the doc  wants to see me?" I asked  nervously.  "You'll find out soon  enough," he replied snottily.  Most of the guards were all  right but this bastard was  obviously one of the bad  apples. He was some sort of ex-  Army type with thick eyebrows  and a dark, surly face. I cursed  him out under my breath. Since  the doctor had another patient  with him, I was compelled to  wait. It was hard to-imagine  anything but the worst in a  place like this. Visions of bad  chest x-rays flashed across my  mind. What else could it  possibly be?  After several eternities, the  door opened and a grizzled bid  lag with a sly, weathered face  emerged. "You come with me,  Madigan" said the unpleasant  screw. "Okay, you can go in  now." I felt as though I were  walking the last mile to that  *4>  oA  Delicious, Deep Fried  Chicken & Chips  Fish & Chips  Salads  To Take Out  Let Us Cook For You!  Cowrie St., Sechelt   885-9811  ^.TWILIGHT.  THEATRE  Wed. - Thurt. - Fri. - Sal.  June 24 - 25 - 26 - 27  I Warning: Soma Suggtillvt Scene..  B.C. Film Claitlliad  Sun. - Mon. - Tuet.  W       June 28 - 29 - 30  j>tilUi!)^ljDiA Laurence Olivier     JSHHfiy  Pleaae Phone tor Show Tlmei 866-2B27  ominous one-way elevator-  shaft on the first tier. In a  frightened daze. I entered the  office.  "Close the door behind you,"  said the doctor. He was elderly  with lined compassionate features and searching eyes that  had witnessed much of brutality and despair. (In later  years. Guy Richmond would  transcribe his experiences in  the harrowing book Prison  Doctor but as yet, he was still  compiling them.) He motioned  to a chair and 1 sat down  mechanically. "I hear you db a  bit of writing," he said in an  accent that still held echoes of  his native England. "How did  you end up in here?"  "Mariguana possession," I  informed him. What did any of  this have to do with terminal  lung-cancer?  "Ah yes. Too bad. You're  one of the first we've had in this  place. But I suppose you're  wondering why I asked you  here?"  On local fare  "Figured there must be  something wrong with me," I  admitted. ���  "No. No. Everything's fine. 1  just wanted to talk to you about  a former inmate, big chap  called Maury Swensen. Wrole  poetry. He mentioned you  many times. I was checking the  list of new inmates and recognized your name. Did you  know him very well?"  "Yes, I knew Maury quite  well," I said, profoundly  relieved that this meeting hail  nothing to do with my health  "Very distressing case.  Maury," said Dr. Richmond  concernedly. "One of the most  contradictory fellows I have  ever encountered. Remarkable  mind but so self-destructive  Really a tragic waste. Do you  have any idea what happened  to him after his release?"  "I don't really know," I told  him. "I think he's somewhere  across tHe line." Maury had  vanished totally from the  schemes and tangles of my life,  several months before. But he  had left a chaos of indelible  memories, both humourous  and horrifying.  to be continued  Neil Diamond as he appears in "Jazz Singer".  At the Twilight  A prehistoric comedy and a  remake of a historical musical  are on the entertainment bill  of fare at the Twilight Theatre  this week.  Caveman stars ex-Beatle  Ringo Starr and his latest  lovelight, Barbara Bach.  ��� When the movie starts Atouk  (Ringo Starr) has been banished from the tribe for  trying to have 'zug-zug' with  Lana, played by Bach. Lana  is the mate of tribal leader  Tonda, played by professional  football player John Matuzak.  This ill-starred love story  leads-to a moment of evol  utionary significance in man's  history according to Caveman  and the movie, highlighted by  Ringo's deadpan performance  should have something agreeably silly for old and young.  Caveman will be shown at  the Twilight Theatre Wednesday through Saturday, June  24-27.  Neil Diamond and Laurence  Olivier star in the remake  of Jazz Singer, the original  of which catapulted Al Jolson  to stardom. Jazz Singer  will be shown Sunday through  Tuesday, June 28-30.  Some cultural value judgements  by Kenneth Dalglelsh  Cultural events and entertainment on the coast in the  last weeks has been of a  variety and calibre most uncommon to our rural setting.  In the process of making a  point about artistic merit 1  would like to draw three  comparisons between seemingly dissimilar productions  and implore the reader to look  in the direction I'm pointing  and, please, don't bite my  finger... I'm making value  judgements... and I take  risks I  "Jesus Christ Superstar"'  was a fine success as Burnside, Crane, Plewman, and  others have pointed out, filling  the Twilight Theatre to capacity for five performances.  After seeing "Superstar" I  tried to understand why I  was so much more moved by  the production of Wilder's  "Our Town" by students of  Elphinstone. I dropped the  thought until I attended two  more events that brought on  similar comparisons. The second comparison came from a  performance by Susan Elek,  Paula Kiffner, and Don  Stout in the last of the Arts  Council's Countryside Concert  series playing to an audience  of slightly over twenty people  in the Elphinstone cafeteria.  The next was a showing by  Ray Boothroyd at the Twilight  Theatre of Kurasawa's "The  Shadow Warrior" to a similarly slight audience.  The last time I had been  in the Twilight, it had been  filled for "Superstar" and the  time before that it was a full  house for busty Dolly Parton  and company in "Nine to  Five". I came to the conclusion that the presentations  that I judge as being superior  in content, more thought  provoking and beautiful in  any sense of artistic integrity  all drew a very slim audience.  The more "media hyped"  presentations - with lots of  colourful trappings, hiding  confused, ambivalent, and  chaotic themes, were all by  far the most popular.  This gets around, I suppose,  to a definition of what's art...  and a need to differentiate art  from entertainment. This  might also be seen as an  attempt  to   distinguish   be  tween "classical" and "popular"... but already I'm deep  into territory more suitable for  university dissertations. I just  want to say that I left "Superstar" with an amazement at  all the work that had gone into  the production and several  beautiful tunes ringing in my  head. I left "Our Town"  choking back tears and over-'  whelmed at the complexities  and intricate beauties of being  human. One had entertained  me well. The other had moved  me. The students at Elphinstone had been led by Ms.  Judith Wilson in the direction  of a classical play, a proven  masterpiece, and had understood its subtleties and transmitted some very, sophisticated philosophical concepts  in a most professional and  thought-provoking manner.  The Kurasawa film "The  Shadow Warrior", shown at  the Twilight last week was a  visually superb film. The  winner of the 1980 Cannes  Film Festival, it is a strong  indictment of war and the men  who live for it yet the "tits  and ass" humour of "Nine to  Five", shown the week  before, drew ten times the  audience.  Hundreds of people listen to  "pub music" along with the  drunken disorderliness and  noise as musicians compete  You've got  GR-R-REAT  PLACE!  Good Luck!  - Saul Htm  FULLY LICENSED  Thursday Night Special  _   Spaghetti & Meat Balls $7.95  Come & taste our Homemade Pasta!  Seaview Place, Gibsons  with the shouting on weekends. Yet when Vancouver  Symphony Orchestra players  venture to the coast to play  Bach, Brahms, Schumann,  Vaughan Williams, and Barbara Pentland... as did Susan  Elek, Paula Kiffner and Don  Clout... the turnout is pitiful.  One form of music seems  more to be drunk to than to be  listened to... not intended to  enter into any thought process  or stir the mind or soul. It  is entertainment. The music of  Ms. Elek and friends was  wonderful; totally absorbing...  the Brahms penetrating, the  Pentland contemporary and  exciting. The trio played intentional music which plays  upon the mind and senses of  the listener and with the  slightest bit of attention will  stir up a mood or call forth  emotion.  I'm convinced most people  do not really want anything  within them particularly disturbed. Escape is what is  being sought. Entertainment  that   doesn't   call   for   any  particular cerebral response is  what is most easily offered  and what is most readily accepted.  If we on the Sunshine Coase  are to get anything more than  car chase movies, lightweight  drama, and A.M. radio-  imitation music, the people  who present to us quality  cultural events must be rewarded with an ever increasing attendance. When  Ray Boothroyd or Lyn Vernon  or Susan Elek, or Judith  Wilson, or John Burnside  (coming soon?) or the Arts  Council or Suncoast Players or  the musicians who do original  music or play creatively  (rather than imitatively) muster the courage and take the  chance and give us something  that is not strictly light  entertainment... they have  done great service. They have  shown us something true...  something to increase our  humanness. It is this service  to our community that ranks  beyond all others and deserves much greater attention.  Community Forum  Channel Ten  CHANNEL TEN GIBSONS  Mon. & Toes. June 22,23  CHANNEL TEN SECHELT  Thursday Jane 25  Coaat  10 TV congratulates   the   1981   Elphinstone   Secondary  School  Grads!  Live from Elphi gym  Monday evening we will  cablecast the ceremonies.  The grads and other  viewers may watch the  ceremonies again on  Tuesday in Gibsons and  Thursday in Sechelt, beginning at 7:00 p.m.  This is a first time  experience for Coast 10  TV and we wish to thank  Larry Steed of Coast  Cablevision Ltd. for  making the technical operation possible. Grade  11 students, Kenna Mar  shall, Andy Maragos and  Ann Watt will provide the  technical crew for this  production.  We hope our community  will enjoy seeing our  grads during one of the  most important events  of their lives.  WESTWURLD  SOUND  Whart & Cowrie  886-9780  .    Open 10 am. to midnight  # Hahle I the  Thurs., Fri. & Sat.  June 25, 26 & 27  8 p.m. - Midnight       *  |l  'Scorn n km Swu/lotfy caw to lit tdun"  886-8171 Cedar Plaza, Gibsons  Ellinghuni 's  -*.   Astrology  by Rae ElUngham  Week commencing June 22  General Notes:  The Sun squares hopeful  Jupiter and cautious Saturn  indicating a time of false starts,  sudden delays or disappointments. It isn't the best week to  begin a new enterprise. Venus  favourably aspects bizarre  Uranus this weekend promising exciting but unusual  social get-togethers. Retrograde Mercury slips back into  Gemini announcing mail and  transportation slow-downs.  Babies born this week will  experience extreme mood  changes. Many will be unpunc-  tual, forever forgetting, losing  or dropping things. A few will  be attracted to strange ideas or  persons.  ARIES (March 21 - April 19)  Domestic activities face  stop-and-go conditions owing  to partner's indecision. Postpone start of major decorative  or remodelling project till next  month. Those about to sign  property or rental agreements  should double-check financial  figures. You'll find weekend  visitor to your home attractive,  difficult to resist. Moon in your  sign says irresponsible spending spree won't chase away the  blues.  TAURUS (April 20 - May 20)  Short-distance communications bring thrills and disappointments. Mail-box contains pile of good and bad  news. Phone calls announce  conflicting reports. Would-be  happy jaunt suffers mechanical  break-down. Employment opportunity requires cautious  consideration. Weekend trip  brings chance of sudden romantic attachment. Safeguard  cheque book or credit cards.  Moon says it's your turn to visit  lonely, confined person.  GEMINI (May 21 - June 21)  Your financial affairs are  subject to sudden gains and  losses. Cash accumulates and  disappears overnight. You'll  back-out of speculative venture  too late. The bank is the best  place for your earnings. Expenses for weekend outing will  all be paid by unpredictable coworker. Mercury retrograde in  your sign is now responsible for  lost receipt, papers and keys.  Moon says avoid moody acquaintances. Mars energizes  June 3-10 Geminis.  CANCER (June 22 - July 22)  Venus in your sign well  aspected to Uranus highlights  your attractive, irresistible  qualities. This weekend's social  life brings unexpected pleasures and romance. Don't let  unstable domestic conditions  spoil well-earned fun and  frolics. Small essential items  will remain hidden till next  month. Moon says avoid  lengthy discussions with local  or government officials. Persons born July 18 are in big  demand at Saturday night  gathering.  LEO (July 23 - August 22)  Concern for sick, confined or  less fortunate person produces  fluctuating moods. Problem  linked to hospital, institution  or remote place will be solved  sooner than expected. Refuse  to be dragged down by cheap  gossip, rumours or lies. Investigate acquaintance's source  of information. Moon says  don'l worry about ever-changing developments far away.  Secret involvement or private  fantasy may be revealed suddenly this weekend.  VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 22)  Prepare to revise long-range  plan or summer venture owing  to unsure financial conditions.  Double-check alternative arrangements before committing  further funds. Don't accept  friend's gloomy outlook. Postpone career-related interviews  or fact-finding sessions with the;  boss. Moon says stay cleat of;  insurance agents, tax assessors,;  funeral directors. Fascinating  newcomer livens-up your, domestic scene this weekend.  Sept. 5-10 Virgos will have to.  fight to maintain enviable-  position.  LIBRA (Sept. 23 - Oct. 23)  Temporary loss of confidence now affects your self-  esteem and rate of progress.;  Try not to appear hesitant in;  front of those in authority.;  Realize better career oppor-:  (unities will arrive end of this:  year. Prepare to wait longer for  messages from far away. De-'.  cide this weekend whether  you're attracted to older person's charm or money. Moon;  says be tolerant of loved one's'  roller-coaster moods. Librans;  born Sept. 23 - 28 are in fhe;  middle of a waiting game.;'  SCORPIO (Oct. 24 - Nov. 22)  Long-distance affairs or  travel arrangements face last-  minute delays. Check where;  abouts and validity of passports, visa, tickets. Messages  from afar say yes then, no;  Health of elderly person, bei  comes key factor. Those pur'  suing skills-improvement cour.  ses have to complete time,  wasting but necessary paperwork. Partner's financial dacu-j  ments disappear. Moon says  co-workers are all suggestions;  no action. Scorpios born Nov.;  18 - 19 enjoy a memorable  Saturday night.  SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 -  Dee. 21) ....  j  Enquiries  linked  to other  people's  finances  or pojtjt."  sions   produce   slow-downs."  Close  associate's  cautious'  withdrawal   of funds  means;  later completion  of summer'  project.  Nevertheless,  accept;  alternatives though secret cash  backing offered this weekend..  Stall signing other legal papers  till mid-July. Moon says try to  ignore   child's   high-and-low  moods. December 3-8 Sagi-  ttarians   should   avoid  confrontations all week.       -  '  CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan.  19) V;  Loved one or mate becomes -  indecisive over career oppor-.'  tunity and expects you to lijf;  benefits and disadvantages^:  Looks like your level-he-jSeoV  judgement may squelch rjsiy-.  partnership proposal. MDOft  says outline priorities affeaiojj:;  domestic commitments ;��*3d/  personal ambitions. Job-sjpejjpi  suffers through communications breakdown. Check date*  and times of interviews or  doctor's appointments. Others  find Jan. 16 Capricorns irresistible this weekend. ���;.  AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 - -Felt,  l8) "��� i 'i.  Medical  or  employrrjejiit  problems begin to test yojut  patience   and   philosophy:;  Those   sharing   daily   dittet-  promise much, deliver notfiiTlg��  However, on-the-job rornane-f  makes surprising progress-this  weekend.  Mild  health  AflteV.  may  be  linked   to   sluggish  kidneys or digestive system-ji*'  have doctor check. Younger  person's forgetfulness means  lost papers, undelivered correspondence.   Moon says pcrst;  pone   neighbourhood   socjij  visits till next month.        :������  PISCES (Feb. 19-Mar. i��]  Partner's hesitation to shire  expenses dampens enthusiaHtjl  for latest round of pleasui*t��  pastimes and amusement  Looks like you'll have to fuji  child's continuing endeavojjf  unassisted. Realize too-go(p>  ���o-he-true gamble needs carejfjil  ai alysis. Household-relaKJ  documents will be returned h*  fresh signatures. Moon ;sajj  postpone purchase of rna-  chinery or tools till next week,  March 18 Pisces hit popularity  peak. Iljllj  Gibsons Legion Branch #109  Presents  BAND X"  Fri. & Sat.  June 26th & 27th Jj  Members & Guests Only  *f JlhBook Look  by Murrie Redman  :p   ::Wlllam Sleator's novels for teenagers: "Run", "House of  stairs", and "Among the Dolls. Available in paperback.  William Sleator writes suspense novels for young people.  He is an author who enjoys the uncanny ability to make his  characters think, speak and act the way teenagers do. It is  ., not an easy task for those well beyond that stage. But his  ; talent as a good story teller makes his books quite appealing  , .to adults also.  ��� .Summer campers and holidayers appreciate having a  supply of stimulating light reading around. It helps alleviate  rainy day blues and video withdrawal symtoms when the  . .television set has to stay at home. Youngsters in their teens  ;wjll find Sleator a dependable author and parents will  . approve of his choice of language and situations. He is  'tasteful but far from "sissified" which makes him popular  .amongst youth readers. His genre runs from the surprise  ending mystery to slightly occult science fiction. His style is  .'much akin to Stephen King of Carrie fame, a book which is  never on Young Adult library shelves long.  ,-, Guaranteed to be loved by kids and liked by adults is  .. Among the Dolls, House of Stain and Run. Newer Sleator  , books are available. Among the Dolb is a tale for very  ,young adolescents. A girl, troubled by family problems, is  given an antique doll house. She becomes obsessed by it.  Eventually and strangely, she becomes part of it and rather  chilling events take place within the confines of its walls. She  cannot escape and must find a way to deal with, her fears.  This is one of Sleator's surprise-ending books.  '   House of Stain is a most unusual story set in the future at  , a time when real food is a scarce commodity as is breathing  ' real air. A group of teenagers awakens in an endless jungle of  ' 'stairways leading, mazelike, nowhere. A food machine with  'flashing lights soon has control of the children. They are  gradually manipulated into factions and become more and  more violent as the food supply from the machine lessens.  'What the machine makes them sink to, and just how far each  'of them will go, marks a measure of the human spirit.  'Run has fifteen-year old Lillian left on her own in an  ' isolated beach house. Elation over her new-found freedom is  :" soon deflated as she and two boys stranded at her house  ['during a storm fend off an attacker. Their fears are  heightened as a local vigilante committee makes as much  trouble as the intruder. Full of dark places and strange  'noises, the old beach house becomes the scene of mystery  arid terror.  Sleator's ability to change the ordinary into the macabre  and bring the whole back to earth again, makes him a first  class juvenile author. His popularity with teens proves it.  Coast News, June 23,1981  If you don't get out very often to visit the Elphinstone Pioneer  Museum in Lower Gibsons, this Saturday, June 27, between 11 ��� 4  is the time to do it. The museum will be presenting a special open  house complete with coffee, a white elephant and bake tale and a  display ofthe local Kitimavik groups's Kwakiutl Indian mask rug.  Please remember, you can support the museum with a $2.00  annual membership. -anxiiiyjBwion photo  TV actress in B.C.  by Vene Parnell  Cheryl Ladd, well-known  actress and star of TV's popular Charlie's  Angels show,  - Vtn. Pamall pholo  Above, ownen Dave Macdonald, left and Brian Stelck, centre, accept a plaque from John Gray of  the .Ministry of Small Businesses and Development to commemorate the occasion.  along with Canadian rock  group April Wine, will begin  taping a one-hour music  special   in   B.C.   in   June.  British Columbia Tourism  Minister Pat Jordan announced that the show will be  made with the financial assistance of the provincial and  federal governments and "will  aid British Columbia substantially in promoting the  province as a highly desirable  travel destination".  The one-hour special "will  be set against a variety of  seascapes, mountain scenes  and city nightlife throughout  B.C".  Tentative plans are to air  the program on network and  syndicated TV in the USA,  Canada and Japan. The one-  hour show, being produced in  conjunction with a soon-to-be-  released album by Miss Ladd  will be distributed for home  video, video disc and pay  TV markets.  Negotiations with other  local B.C. performers to  appear on the show are still  incomplete.  ^ KINSMEN CLUB S\  GOOD TIME DANCEYA  Featuring  'COUNTRY FREEDOM"  ^5'00ea' Gibsons Legion Hall     9 " �� am  Skelly demands  insulation compensation  ��  We have a complete  Patient Record Plan  for your protection & convenience  ? For One Stop Shopping  come to  amsons western Drugs  I' Sunnycrest Mall 861-7213  Comra-Powell River MP  is stepping up his campaign  to force the federal government to compensate owners of  homes insulated with urea  formaldehyde (UF) foam, a  substance now banned as a  health hazard.  He said the government has  a responsibility to pay compensation because the government was slow to respond to  reports from the U.S. and  Europe that showed the  substance was dangerous.  They compounded their liability by actually subsidizing  the use of the substance by  giving grants to homeowners  under the Canadian Home  Insulation Program.  It is estimated some 100,000  houses were insulated with UF  foam of which 25,000 received  CHIP grants.  Skelly first raised the UF  foam danger in the House  of Commons in April 1980 and  it was not until December 1980  that a temporary ban was put  on the use of the substance.  The complete ban was imposed by the federal health  department in May 1981.  "It is immoral for the  government to be giving  people money to use a certain  product one month and then  ban the use of that same product a month or so later,"  for our  super  next weekl  Arts Centre prepares  Second Annual Arts Festival  How do you go about  putting on a major arts festival?  You start with a steering  committee that spells out the  concept, plans programs and  sets policies.  And you sign up volunteer  workers from Gibsons to  Pender Harbour to co-operate  in the myriad of tasks it takes to  bring off a large-scale cultural  and artistic project.  That is exactly what is  happening to create the second  annual Sunshine Coast Arts  Festival.  A wide spectrum of creative  individuals���painters, potters,  weavers, maskmakers, photographers, silversmiths, musicians and many others���will  contribute their talents to the  festival, sponsored by the  Sunshine Coast Arts Council  and the Centre for Continuing  Education.  "We're going all-out to make  this a festival that people of all  ages, from all up and down the  coast, will enjoy," said the  festival co-ordinator in an  interview this week. "There will  be 12 days of exciting events,  running from August 4 through  August IS."  It is by far the most ambitious project of its kind ever  undertaken by the Arts Coun  cil. No fewer than 20 workshops���all open to the public-  appear on the Calendar of  Events just released. This year's  events greatly exceed the  offerings at the first Arts  Festival in 1980.  "We're putting on workshops to appeal to a wide range  of tastes and interests," said a  spokesman. "In one event,  children from five to eight can  come and help Gerardo Avila  build a giant mask in the shape  of a dragon. In another, adults  can improve their musical skills  in a jazz workshop with  composer-performer Jim Hodgkinson."  While many of the workshops will be held at the Arts  Centre in Sechelt,'others will be  located at Sechelt Elementary  School, Chatelech Secondary  and Roberts Creek Hall.  "We're going to make this a  truly entertaining festival as  well as an instructive one," said  Clarke Staebner, chairman of  the steering committee. "Just  look at the performances and  NEW  by  HOWARD J. RUFF  author of  * How to Prosper during  Coming Bad Years  * Survive & Win  in the Inflationary  Eighties!  This year's book  ABOUT MONEY  prokx:h  CLASSIFIED  NOTE  Drop oil yo  urCc  asl News  Classilied  al   C  ampbell s  Family Sho  es  S  echell. or  Madeira P,  rk  P  larmacy.  Madeira Pa  rk  ELECTRONICS  * Typewriters  iirrttd.  OFFICE  ��� Photocopiers  ��� Cash Registers ��� Calculators  ��� Office Supplies Furniture   &  Stationery  m���    --je-m.  gala events we're putting on at  the Centre: A cocktail party for  the opening: author Audrey  Thomas in a prose reading, a  high tea with refreshments and  music, and a jazz concert."  Other events include a film  showing, one-act plays by the  Sunscoast Players, and a  children's matinee.  Hackett Park will be the  scene of a children's party and  performance, both free, as well  as a two-day craft fair featuring  local musicians.  Keith Wallace, curator-coordinator of the Arts Centre,  strongly urges people to pre-  register for workshops, to be  assured of a place, as there is a  limited registration in most of  them. To make events widely  available, generally there is  only a nominal charge. "You'll  find a pre-registration coupon  in the brochure now available  in many shops along the coast,"  said Keith, "or you can phone  the Arts Centre at 885-5412".  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They usually manage to burn their way  through the floor and before  you know where you are you  have lost your house.  New directors for Welcome  Beach Community.  The Welcome Beach Community Association had a fair  turnout for the Annual General Meeting on June 16th.  An amendment to the membership by-law was passed  which extends the boundaries  of membership to include the  Brooks Cove area. Previously  the cut-off point was at the  junction of Highway 101  and Brooks Road, but now that  the area there has become  more populated, it was felt  that these residents should  be included. So the boundaries now extend from the  junction of Highway 101 and  Redrooffs Road at the Sechelt  end up to the Brooks Cove  area, and includes all the  areas off the Redrooffs Road.  Keith Comyn gave a report  on the carpet bowling activities for the past season and  was happy that it had been  such a successful year. The  Monday afternoon sessions  will start up again in September and new participants  are always welcome. Keith  was duly thanked for his hard  work in making this such a  good season. A very successful season of shuffieboard  had also been enjoyed and  thanks were extended to Roy  Hill who had organized  the past season's events.  President Bernie Ackerman  was warm in his appreciation  of the directors and of the  general membership who had  made all the activities and  functions at the hall such  happy and successful events.  There was an election of  officers for the 1981/82  season, and here is the slate  of officers: President, Ruth  Forrester; Past President,  Bernie Ackerman; Vice President, Charles Hobbs; Secretary, Connie Hobbs; Treasurer, Nancy Lawson, with  Board Members Walter Fau-  lafer, Bill Ewen, Doug Grim-  sey, Betty Cranston and Ron  Cranston. Appreciation was  expressed to out-going Board  members Grace Rutherford,  Fred Greaves and Dave  Hain.  Roberts Creek  Al Wagner  Al Wagner  Invites you  to join  Big  Brothers  A service of friendship freely given by  men, to boys without  fathers.  For Information  886-2615  885-5664  The Association will be  participating in the Halfmoon  Bay Country Fair on July  18th with plans for a bake  tabic, popcorn stand, produce  and flowers booth and a bingo  area. The first event of the  summer will be the Halfmoon  Bay Variety Show on Saturday  of June 27th. We hope to see  the hall filled to capacity for  this great show, and tickets  may be purchased at the Halfmoon Bay Store and at the  Upstairs Downstairs Shoppe  in the Trail Bay Mall. Don't  leave it too late or you may  just be disappointed.  Country Fair plana.  Things are going great guns  on the Country Fair with a  hard working committee planning all sorts of novelty ideas  such as a "Smile Contest",  a Family Walk-a-Thon and  even a soap box for pet  peeves. That should be  popular I  For anyone who is interested and may have some new  ideas or is willing to help  and to participate, there will  be a meeting at the Welcome  Beach Hall on Wednesday  June 24th at 7:30 p.m.  %  ��� Fran Bouram photo  Mayor Bud Koch makes a point after the public hearing on the Community Plan held June 15.  Bowen Island envied  by Robi Peters  The New York stage show  "Chorus Line" is coming  again to Vancouver. I saw it  last time it was here and  can recommend it as a fantastic musical. It has everything - singing - dancing -  nice ending. All aspiring  performers should catch it,  the excitement of it will  tickle their toes. For all the  would-be dancers it will make  you envious and wish you'd  never quit practising, just to  achieve one performance with  a group as talented as "Chorus Line" - Ah - life is but  a dream!  Bowen Island residents also  make me envious, they have  persuaded the B.C. Government to buy 6,000 acres of  prime land to turn into park  reserve. The price $2 million,  to be paid by B.C. taxpayers.  Who said it couldn't be done?  We must have a very heavy  group of Victoria favourites  over there in Bowen Island.  This purchase has made  Bowen Island a very exclusive  place to live.  1 agree with the purchase  of more parkland, but I notice  from the recent studies made  by the SCRD, their problem  has been money. How did  Bowen Island get approval of  6,000   acres   in   a   not-too-  accessible spot, while the  Sunshine Coast, which in  total is not asking for anywhere near the same amount  of land, is not able to afford!  it? The determination of  Bowen's residents is, in a  way, to be admired.  Parks, especially waterfront  beaches, are needed. The  Ruby Lake area should have a  good public beach. We have  a salt water marine park, but  at the present time it is still  undeveloped and people are  not even allowed in it. It has  been this way for years -  maybe we should rumble a  few federal mailboxes, as it is  a federal jurisdiction.  Sixty-five attend Creek Lions installation  by Jeanie Norton 886-9609  It was good food, good  music and a good time for the  sixty-five people who attended  the installation of officers for  the Roberts Creek Lions at the  Wilson Creek Hall on June 13.  Special guest was Past District Governor Ralph Jones  who came up from Vancouver  to install the new executive.  New President Robert  Clarke promises an active  club and a good liaison  with the community. Past  President is Dick Proctor,  First Vice Mac Makan, Second Vice Tony Van Brobant,  and Jim Ironside is Secretary-  Treasurer.  Joe Benner will keep the  members in line (or lion) and  augment the club's coffers as  Tail Twister. As Lion Tamer,  Art Armstrong is in charge of  the flags and equipment.  Dick Proctor will keep the  membership up-to-date as  Bulletin Editor.  The club's four directors  are Steve Pajor, Bill Murray,  Len MacDonald, and Glen  Kraus.  The Roberts Creek club  has a membership of 17 and  an impressive 96% turnout at  meetings. They're planning  an active part in Roberts  Creek Daze with a raffle on a  doll house, an entry in the  parade, and the sale of  popcorn and candy floss,  but they've yet to select a  candidate for the Mr. Roberts  Creek contest.  Bus for festival.  The Community Association  voted last Wednesday to  contribute money towards  busses for the Sunshine Coast  Arts    Council    Festival    in  August. The Festival will span  nearly two weeks with workshops of all kinds and the  busses will run daily from  Langdale and Pender Harbour  to Sechelt and back.  At the meeting it was also  decided to serve notice on  Tyee Air, the Aero Club,  B.C. Hydro and all others  operating 'planes over the  area, that community members will be spotting low-  flying aircraft in preparation  to filing a complaint with the  Ministry of Transport. One  resident reported 18 low-  flying 'planes within an hour.  The registration number and  time of sighting should be  noted.  That was the last Association meeting until the third  Wednesday in September.  New boon, new books.  The Roberts Creek Community Library is extending  its hours to include Thursday  evenings from 6 'til 7:30 as  well as the regular Saturday  mornings. The new schedule  will start on a trial basis this  Thursday, June 25.  New acquisitions at the  library are Gordon Gibson  Sr.'s "Bull of the Woods",  "100 Bird Houses and Feeders", and one about pruning  that is already in heavy  demand. And don't forget,  now that school's out. there's  a good selection of children's  books.  Opening soon.  Good news for all those  anxiously awaiting the opening of "The Creek House"  restaurant across from the  store. They're just waiting for  the liquor and health inspectors, so they think they'll  be open by the end of the  month.  Music at Legion.  Lee Brown and Mike Evans  are entertaining at the Legion  this weekend. Their group  packed the house last time so  get there early. Members and  guests only please.  Showing at Gallery.  Local artist Kay Cole from  Beach Avenue is having a  showing at Hunter Gallery in  lower Gibsons from June 22  to July 4. She's painted local  scenes in acrylics and oils,  so pop in for a look.  New schedule.  Along with the new ferry  schedule, there's a new bus  schedule. The bus to .Vancouver goes through Lower  Roberts Creek at 7:50 in the  morning and 3:10 in the afternoon, Monday to Friday.  Coming back from Vancouver  the bus will be on the 3:35  ferry (arriving in Roberts  Creek at 4:44) and the 7:10  ferry (arriving at 8:15).  Tourney success.  They lost first place to  Burg and Johnson's Irly Bird  from Powell River but otherwise the Roberts Creek Legion  Ladies Softball Team had a  very successful tournament at  Hackett Park in Sechelt on  June 13 and 14. It was the  Third Annual Invitational  Tournament and they were  co-hosting it with the Wakefield Inn so the ladies were  busy all weekend organizing  the games, running the concession, and putting on a  dance at Roberts Creek Hall,  as well as playing ball both  days.  It was an eight-team tournament with four local and  four visiting teams. Irly Bird  won first place for the third  year in a row, Roberts Creek  kept the second place trophy, and Cedars Inn took  third.  If there had been a trophy  for the most sportsmanlike  team it would have gone to  Environment Rawlings from  Victoria. They were knocked  out of the tournament on Saturday but stayed until the final  game on Sunday and were  most appreciative of the good  time they had, even staying  after the dance to clean up.  Virtue does not go unrewarded in Roberts Creek.  The people from Victoria took  home three of the four door-  prizes at the dance: a stained  glass lamp made by Edna  Naylor, a pump thermos  from Macleods, and wind  chimes donated by Bull-  winkle Glass. The track suit  from Trail Bay Sports found a  home locally.  The Ladies Ball Teams  would like to thank those who  donated prizes as well as all  those who helped make the  tournament such a success:  the umpires, the friends who  helped in the concession, the  Roberts Creek Legion, the  Wakefield Inn, the teams who  participated, and all the fans  Chintney  Cleaning  & Maintenance  Phone 886-8187  7  We're looking for homes!  I'm a year-old female Golden Lab cross, and my friend  is a 6 month old male Terrier cross.  Call the SPCA at 886-7713  ��  HALFMOON BAY  COUNTRY FAIR  Saturday ��� July 18th -12 Noon  Halfmoon Bay School  Trout Lake Road,  Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  Booths, Races, Soap-Box for Pet Peeves,  Volleyball Tournament (Why not organize  six friends and enter), Family Walk-A-Thon,  and a Smile Contest.  BOOTH INFO. FROM  DONNA PERRY 885-3742  All interested people, please attend a meeting  on Wed., June 24 at 7:30 pm in the  Welcome Beach Hall in Halfmoon Bay.  * Fun For All Ages  -*  WTCHEN  CARNIVAL  tym*,  ��  See our selection of  Wilton Baking Supplies  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  885-3611  Announcement  Garry Cotter, Licenced Dental Mechanic  will be providing a Denture Service  at the Pender Harbour Health Clinic  For appointment phone 883-2764  who came out and cheered.  Playing for first.  The Ladies Softball Team  has no game tonight and will  play the last home game on  Thursday against Trail Bay  Sports. If they win that game  they'll have clinched first  place for the league season,  so come out to the school and  cheer them on.  More babysitting.  Babysitting for the morning  Fitness Classes will be at  Roberts Creek Elementary  when school is out, so you can  bring your school-aged kids  too. The service will hopefully be available.all morning  and even non-exercisers can  use it when they want to go  shopping or whatever. Teenagers interested in babysitting  for the summer should contact  Lit at St. Aidan's Hall this  week (Monday, Wednesday or  Friday morning).  Please call.  If you want something  mentioned in this column,  please call the above number.  Dr. S. Goldberg, D.M.D.  is pleased to announce the commencement of hit  Dental Practice  . at the Pender Harbour Health Clinic  For appointments Phone 883-2764  YOUR AUTOPLAN  CENTRE  Taking care of  all your Real Estate Needs  Seaside Plaza Evenings Call  886-2000   Norm Peterson Dennis Suveges  886-9121    886-2607(Res.)or 886-7264 (Res )  Elphinstone Wanderers Softball Club  DANCE  Saturday,  June 27th  9pm"lam,  Roberts Creek Hall  Dance to "TAX DEDUCTIBLE"  Tickets: $6.00 ea.      Available at  Richard's, Sunnycrest Mall (No Minors),  Sponsored as a Public Service  886-2622     by the Coast News    886-7817  NOTE: Early announctmttits will be run onct, then mutt t��  re-submitted to run again, no more than one month prior to  tha want.  Coming Events  Mount Elphlnilone Chapter of tha Order of tha Eastern Star is holding  a tea at the Robert's Creek Masonic Hall on July 4th, from 2 - 4 pm.  Home baking and novelties available. Adults $1.00 - Children 50C.  Sachall Summer Fun Recreation Project for children ages 6-12. June  29 - Aug 31. Monday through Friday (10 - 12 and 2 - 4) at Sechelt  Elementary School. I  Elphlnilone Wanderers Dance Elphinstone Wanderers Softball Club '���  Dance. Sal. June 27. 9 - 1, Roberts Creek Hall. Dance to "Tax '  Deductible'. Tickets $6.00 ea. Available al Richards. Sunnycrest Mall.  Gibsons (No Minors).  Fitness In Motion: Exercise to Music. Roberts Creek Community Hail.  Mon., Wed.. Fri. - 9:30 am - 10:30 am.i $io/mo. For info, call Rieta.'  886-2875  Display of painting by Kay Cole at The Hunter Gallery June 20 til July .  4.  Holy Land Tour. November 16th. 12 days. Deluxe! complete. For more  Into, phone 886-2660. #26 |  Regular Events  ;Elphinstone Pioneer Museum in Gibsons is now open. Monday  through Saturday between 9 am. to 4 pm.  Monday  Roberts Creek Hospital Auilllary Second Monday of each month -11  im. St. Aidan's Hall.  Sunshine Pottery Guild meets every 2nd Monday of the month at the �����  "Studio" corner ot North Road and Highway 101 at 7 pm TFN  Tuesday  Women's Aglow Fellowship Meets every third Tuesday of the month at  Harmony Hall, Gibsons Transportation and babysitting available 886-  7426  Sunshine Coesl Arts Council Regular meeting 4ih Tuesday of every  month at 7:30 pm at the Arts Centre in Sechelt  Al-Anon Meetings Al-Anon Meetings every Tuesday night  Roberts  Creek For information call 886-9059 or 886-9041  Sunshine Coast Navy League ot Canada Cadets and Wreneiies. agos  10 to 13 will again meet Tuesday nights. 7- 9 pm , United Church Hall,  Gibsons. New recruits welcomed  Wednesday  Tops Club Gibsons Tops meets every Wod evening al 6 45 in the  'Armour's Beach Athletic Hall New members and teen members  welcome ,Phone 886-9765 eves  Sunshine Lapidary 1 Craft Club Meets 1st Wed every month at 7 30  pm. For information 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 Centra 730 - 630 pm 685-2709  Sechelt Garden Club. 7:30 p.m., St. Hilda's Hall. First Wednesdays  except January. July. August.  Sunshine Coaat Sports Club will be having a track-and-field  organizational meeting at Elphinatone School, Wednesdays 5 p.m.  Thursday  The Bargain Barn of the Pender Harbour Health Clinic Auxiliary is  open on Thursday afternoons from 1:00 until 3:30.  Al-Anon Meeting Every Thursday in Gibsons at 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*3895 (Sechelt Only)  Reverts Creek Legion Bingo every Thursday, beginning May 7. Early  Bird, flegular and Bonanza. 7.F.H.  Film: "Gambler: An Island In Jeopardy. June 18,8 pm. at Elphinstone  High School, Room 111. Will be followed by a discussion period.  Everyone welcome. ���24  Friday  Qlbsons Tot Lol lt CANCELLED until mid-September.  Thrltl Shop Every Friday, 1 - 3pm. Thrill Shop, Gibsons united Church  basement.  Wllaon Creek Community Reading Ctnlre'Noon - 4;00 pm   885-2709  Saturday  Wllaon Creek Community Holding Contra 11:30 -1 p.m. 885-2709  The Bargain Barn ol the Ponder Harbour Health Clinic Au��,hary is  open on Saturday afternoons Irom 1 ��� 4 pm.  Holy Family Parish C.W.L. Bate Bad, Saturday June 20,11 am. Trail  Bay Mall.  .M. Coast News, June 23,1981  Pender Harbour News  Eightieth  birlhday  celebrated  2nd Annual  Truchload  sale  r.nd Doreen Lee. Mrs. Course's son, Ken and his wife,  who are presently touring  England, phoned to wish his  mother a very happy birthday,  which she certainly had. A  very enjoyable afternoon was  had by all who attended.  Swap meet.  The Swap Meet coming up  on the Fourth of July at the  Community Hall should be a  big one, and seeing It is only  two weeks away you should  rent a table now if you plan  to sell items.  Tld-Blta.  The Taxi business has been  sold.  Bruce and Cathy Williams  celebrate their first wedding  anniversary on June 20th.  Meat Draw at the Legion  will continue every Saturday  afternoon as long as enough  people support it.  Fri., sat., sun.  July 3,4 & 5  ONLY  by Doria Edwardson  Congratulation* go to Wlnnl-  bed.  June 11 was the day friends  and family gathered at the  home of Mrs. Ida Liddles. in  Madeira Park to celebrate the  eightieth birthday of a very  lovely lady, Mrs. Winnifred  Course. Many gifts were  opened by the .'guest of  honour, then a delightful and  pleasing tea was served,  including a beautifully decorated birthday cake, a gift  from the charming hostess  Mrs. Ida Liddle.  Guests included Mrs.  Course's granddaughter Linda, her husband and son  Shawn. Peg Riley, Nell Lilling-  ton, Marge Harbord, Muriel  Cameron, Emma Glynds,  Thyrza Anderson, Pat Thi-  badcau, Jenny Thibadeau,  Hilda  Treherne,   Joan   Rae  Cuts in Home  Care Service damaging  Health critic Dennis Cocke  (NDP MLA New Westminster)  says that further cuts in home  care services which have come  to light will speed up the  damage to the entire health  services in B.C.  "Nielsen's 30 per cent cut  in the homemaker's service  is doing serious damage to  a vital health service," Cocke  warned. "Other health care  facilities cannot cope with the  situation presently before  them. There are no long term  or acute care beds for the  displaced home care patients."  Mr. Brian Hayes, director  of B.C.'s second largest home  maker agency warned Nielsen  any cutbacks in the home  maker's service would be  "political suicide". The Surrey-White Rock service run  by Mr. Hayes has been cut  by more than 5,000 hours per  month.  Graham Lea (NDP MLA  Prince Rupert) reported a  cutback of almost 5,000  hours  in   the   service   pro-  redeemable  only at:  SI_ECTRQN.es  TRAIL BAY  CENTRE  SECHELT  885-2568  vided by the Prince Rupert  Homemaker Service. "Unless  those presently receiving service die, no new clients will be  admitted into the program,"  Lea said.  Don Lockstead (NDP MLA  Mackenzie) stated the Powell  River Homemakers have been  told to cut their hours back to  93,000 in 1981 from 111,000 in  1980.  Colin Gablemann (NDP  MLA North Island) said the  Campbell River Homemakers  have been forced to cut back  hours of service by over 600  per month.  Locally, Joan Cowderoy  from the Volunteer Service  Bureau in Sechelt told the  Coast News that there will be  an added strain on the service  because ofthe cut backs.  "We will be slow to find  them more volunteers. This  short term saving will end up  being more costly as the older  people who need the Home  Care Service will over-extend  other Health Care Services,"  said Cowderoy.  DAN'S BACKHOE SERVICE  Seruing  ��� Gibsons ��� Gambier ��� Keats  GENERAL EXCAVATING,  TRENCHING & TRUCKING  Phone 886-2758 Evenings Please  ATTENTION  Roberts Creek Fire District  For Fire Permits  Phone 885-3307  DO NOT Use  Emergency Number  Dennis Mulligan  Fire Chief  R.C.V.F.D.  NEW SCHEDULE  SPRING AND SUMMER  885-2214  TO VANCOUVER  TO NANAIMO  FLIGHT NO.       TIME  201 07:30  203 11:45  205 15:15  207 (Friday Only)    18:00  FROM NANAIMO  FLIGHT NO.       TIME  202 08:00  204 12:30  206 16:00  208 Friday Only 18:30  TO POWELL RIVER  FLIGHT NO. TIME  903 08:30  905 13:15  907 16:30  Further Schedules to Jervis Inlet, Salmon Inlet, Narrows Inlet,  Pender Harbour Now 3 Flights Dally Except Sunday.  Etlectlve March 30th, 1981  Paasengers are requested to check-In 30 mlnutts prior  to flight tln-ns  FLIGHT NO. TIME  101 07:25  103 09:45  105 11:45  107 14:15  109 16:15  111 18:00  FROM VANCOUVER  FLIGHT NO. TIME  102 08:00  104 10:30  106 12:30  106 14:48  110        ��� 16:00  112 16:30  Sea Cavalcade Queen candidates kicked off their busy round of activities leading up to the selection  of the Queen, with a luncheon Thursday at the Great Canadian Dough Factory. From left to right  are: Bonnie Sanderson, Miss Gibsons Building Supplies; Sylvia Passmore, Gibsons Legion #109;  Marion MacFarlane, Gibsons VFD; Ssndra Hanchar, Miss Kiwanis; Cheryl Roberts, Gibsons  Chamber of Commerce; Caron Hayward, Miss Gibsons Lions; Jennifer Dixon, Miss Cedars Plaza;  and Mickie Armstrong, Miss Sunnycrest Mall. ��� vtn.pim.ii pnoto  Police news of the week  Marginal Ttyk>r  MnMtry of Hvmin RtttourcM  13M Main Sir***  North Vtncouvor. B.C. VTJ 1C*  MM1I7  Foster Parents  atiarina tha cats of srowtns  GIBSONS.  On the 12thi A shed was  broken into in the Langdale  area. Thieves stole a 4V. hp  Merc motor and the aluminum  boat that was chained to the  shed.  On the 13tht Police answered  a few calls about noisy grad  parties. Police report that the  grads were co-operative when  called upon to tone down their  celebrations.  Ob the lStfai Vandals dented  the hood and damaged the  window of a vehicle parked in  Gilker Park during the night  ofthe 12th.  Ob the 16th. There was ���  motor vehicle accident on  Highway 101 near the Sunnycrest Mall. Travelling north  bound, Bruce Edmonds of  Gibsons collided with a south  bound vehicle driven by  Donald Elson of Gibsons.  Both men were taken to St.  Mary's Hospital with minor  injuries and held for observation overnight.  Ob the 17th. A break and  entry of a residence in the  Hopkins Landing, area resulted in the theft of a small  amount of change.  Ob the 18th: The bathrooms of  Georgia Beach Park were  smashed by vandals last  week; Picnic tables were  also destroyed.  A Mercury Daytank hold  was stolen from a shed on  Trant Road in Gibsons.  Police also report a rash of  minor motor vehicle accidents  due to road conditions. Extra  care in driving is recommended during these times of  heavy rainfall.  SECHELTt  On the lOttat A vehicle parked  at the Pender Harbour Chevron compound was stripped of  some moving parts. The  vehicle had previously been  involved in an accident.  Ob the 14th: Police attended  a house fire in Halfmoon  Bay. Extent of the damage is  still unknown; foul play is not  suspected, however.  Ob the loth. A small amount  of change was taken from the  Pender Harbour Chevron.  Police are still investigating.  On the 17th. A logging  accident took the life of  38-year-old Oak Bay man  Nevil Del Negro last Wednesday afternoon at B.C. Forest  Products Narrows Inlet Camp.  The accident is still under  investigation by the Coroner  to determine whether or hot  an Inquest will be held.  A break-in, believed to have  occurred between the 6th and  the 17th of June at the Irvines  Landing Community Hall,  is reported. Taken were a  number of items  including  . V.n. Patneil pholo  Gramma's Pub got its name up, not in lights, but in bright yellow  letters last week. The letters were placed on the water-side of the  building so travelling boaters won't have any trouble spotting the  multi-service establishment at Gibsons harbour.  MW FOR FALL  Tht -ouslnttt office) Trttrrtng program  tasp-lm September 8,1981.  Th* 4gM month oitfk-Wst/booUttper  tmanrn trraJM ahjdtnta to work in  ���������      ', ly-eoftlcet.  I Intel Avenue Centre  IM0 am to 18 noon  t discuss the program.  Setts are limited.  _ ^tfWftfTtar^laadvtsed.  I tht Ctfmmmm t***sptyment and  Immigrate Ctntar for details.  For furmtr Information eal 88*4310 or  tjfrfett. Jatarttar to Friday from  '.   12:30 to 7 p.m.  a liquor dispenser and some  tools.  Ob the 18th: At 9:30 a.m. a  number of assorted tools,  believed to have fallen off a  moving vehicle, were brought  in to the Sechelt Detachment.  Found property was discovered at the Highway 101  and Porpoise Bay Road  crossing. Owner can claim  this property after identifying.  In the afternoon, there was  a motor vehicle accident  involving a Fraser Valley milk  truck and a car. The accident  occurred on Highway 101 at  Middle Point. The two passengers of the car, an elderly  couple, were taken to St.  Mary's with serious Injuries.  Mr. and Mrs, Clay, the  injured couple, were visiting  the area. The accident is still  under investigation and It is  not know yet if charges will be  laid.  Ob the 19thi There was a  break and entry at the Submarine Shop in the early  morning hours. Thieves gained entry by kicking in the  side door of the shop. Police  have suspects and are still  investigating.  S.P.C.A. PUBLIC MEETING  DATE: June 24/81 - Wednesday  TIME: 8:00 pm  PLACE: Gibsons United Church Hall  Everyone Welcome  TOPIC OF DISCUSSION: Closure of Animal  Shelter. Final Meeting Until Sept.  Deserted Bay Summar Gamp  ..I Mriu./  RegistratibrTtor the Summer Camp will now be taken at  the Sechelt Band Office. There will be 5 ��� one week  sessions starting: 1.   July 6 to 10    4.   July 27 - 31  2. Jury 13 to 17   5.   August 3 - 7  3. July 20-24  Applications for Gibsons can be picked up at the Coast  News Office.  The fee will be $50. for one week. For more information,  phone the Band Office at 885-2273.  * Volunteers will bt needed to cook.  BULLWINKLE GALLERY  OPEN FOR ONE ARTIST SHOWS  NOW FEATURING:  Kathleen Wells  mm  Untij July 8   ,i,M  Queen Siie  Chesterfield Sleepers  Ideal for living room, den, or epare bedroom. Several makes and models to  choose from. eat��SB ������.***>  A.itw.t *379��  cpemwood  *cpurniture  Cowrie Street,       Sechelt 885-2542 Coast News, June 23, 1981  Democracy and development  Maryanne���s  viewpoint  bv Maiyanne West  The trouble with the philosophy of Free Enterprise is  lhat, especially where land is  concerned, il often runs foul  of the democratic process.  And we're still so close to the  pioneer era of this country  when land was the prize which  brought Kuropcans across the  ocean that many still believe  with an almost religious  fervour in their right to do  whal they want with their  land, regardless of how it  affects others.  Hence the conflict of interest between developers and  residents over Community  Settlement Plans.  There   is   a  difference,   it  seems to me, between the  resident of an area who  subdivides his two-three acres  and the absentee landlord  living in another community  who buys up often large tracts  of land for the .purpose of  speculation.  Not that there is anything  wrong with making money,  per se. but ��� as a general  rule the resident subdivides  his land with his own and his  neighbour's interests in mind,  allowing breathing space for  all concerned, while the  developer whose own quality  of life will not be affected,  squeezes as many lots out of  the acreage as the zoning  by-laws allow and leaves both  the neighbours and the larger  community to deal with the  problems of a sharply increased population.  This of course has been the  traditional pattern, and when  an area became too urbanized  those who found their quality  of life eroded moved out.  Perhaps the idea of a community plan which gives those  living in any given area the  chance to plan how their  settlement area will develop,  how large an influx of new  homes can be accommodated  without upsetting the present  ambience, is idealistic; but  it seems to me a rational,  democratic step as more  people come to live over here.  Presumably those people  are looking for what this area  has to offer (as there are,  after all, other places to live) -  a semi-rural atmosphere  where they can have a. lot big  enough for a garden, with  trees and a vista of the water,  and enough breathing space  that they are not living in  each other's back yards.  I think I'd feel better about  developers if they were at  least honest. If they said:  "OK, you guys, we want to  cram as many houses on this  acreage as the law allows.  It's our right and frankly  we've got a lot of money  invested in this venture and  we don't give a damn about  the rest of you" - instead of all  this talk about their dreams of  a "quality" development.  A "quality" development and  an average minimum of four  lots to the acre is, to my  mind, a contradiction in  terms.  Unfortunately for the Bonniebrook consortium we can  already see what that sort of  'quality development' looks  like at Woodcreek Park on the  highway. The lots are so  small if they all sprout mansions it'll be more like an  expensive ghetto than a rural  community. There's nothing  wrong with togetherness.  Some people like it. Others  don't. It's a question of  personal taste. But it doesn't  either fit or sit well in the  middle of a rural area and will  inevitably put the squeeze  on the acreage trapped between these high density  subdivisions and the Village  of Gibsons. It makes a farce  out of any pretence of planning. What happened to the  Regional Board's stated planning philosophy of a few  years ago, which laid down  three levels of density, highest  in the villages, medium on  village perimeters, leaving  rural areas and green belts between?  A 'quality development'  surely arranges lots to take  advantage of the topography,  making them big enough to  give everyone not only some  privacy and the privilege of  trees for shade in summer  and a wind break against  winter storms, but with ample  room for a drainage field for  a septic tank. Oh yes, I know  about small sewage systems  etc., but where is the overflow  going? Into the creek or will  the children's playground be  over the drainage area? Even  on a half acre lot, you're going  to have to be pretty determined if you want to angle in  a house and garden and keep  some trees which will enhance  the view by providing a contrast to the flatness of the  water. It never has made  any sense to me to bulldoze  beautiful trees and then go to  the Nursery to buy new  ones at great expense which  will take 100 years or more to  mature.  Perhaps what I resent most  is having the "selfish, dog in  the manger" trip laid on  everyone who doesn't support  "sharing our view" with as  many people as can be  squeezed into little boxes on  the hillside.  There's no doubt that a  room with a view is desirable,  but it's not the be-all and  end-all. I'd suggest that some  modicum of privacy is as  important to most people, and  as you can't eat a view, and  with the escalating cost of  fresh vegetables and fruits,  garden space becomes increasingly important.  And don't tell me this soil  isn't productive. It may not be  river silt like the Fraser  Valley, but glacial moraine  which will grow trees and the  lush jungles of salmonberry,  blackberry and salal will also  grow fruit trees, vegetables  and small fruits to perfection,  given of course the right  weather! We'd be foolish' to  carve up productive land into  pocket handkerchief ��� sized'  lots, increasing the population  so that more and more land is  alienated for roads, parking  lots and shopping malls.  Real estate people, same as  everyone else, cannot have  their cake and eat it too.  They describe Gower Point as  "prestigious" on the one hand  and on the other want to  radically alter its life-style.  They can't have it both ways.  ANNOUNCEMENT  Dental Mechanic  Gunnar Atlkalnen  Now Open for Denture Service  Monday to Friday  9:00 to 5:00  For appointment phone 885-3633  Credit Union Bldg, Sechelt  for tourists and residents.  YOUR SUNSHINE COAST HOSPITALITY DIRECTORY  CHARTERS  RECREATION  SERVICES  Pcnn Yann  Chartered  Service  Fishing In the  big-fish waters  Includes bait & rods  Charters leave Irom  Gibsons Wharf     |  Phone lor Information  3 885-9502  Fishing Charters  based at  Secret Cove  43  885-9055  CAMPING  40 Sites   Some on Beach  FULL FACILITIES  BONNIEBROOK  CAMP & TRAILER  PARK  24  ��� Licenced Dining Room  Gower Point Road, Gibsons  886-2887 886-8177  Cedar Crest  Golf Centre  2 mi. norlh of Gibsons  Hwy. 101 & Sullivan Rd.  DRIUINB MNBE  MINI 80LF  OPEN TIL DUSK  Refreshments available  886-7761 !  J  VOLVO  CHRYSLER  Marine  B0R6  WARNER  Full Stock Parts  Paul Drake Ltd.  Gibsons  886-2929  I p p  CANADIAN PROPANE  Service work on all Gas Appliances  Complete line of electric & gas  appliances & camping equipment  Dishwashers  Flanges  ZlZT       (CANADIAN/  Washers 4 Dryer:  NADIANf  Full lint Ol R.V. Appliances  Mon.-Frl. I a.m. - S p.m.  Sal. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.  Hwy. 101, Sechelt  across from Big Mac Superette   885-2360 31  PROPANE  SALES  We deliver to Gibsons Wharl  ��� Welding & Repairs  ��� Pic-a-pop Shop  CMIT  INDUSTRIES  Hoy. 101 19  GIBSONS 886-9159  AC RENTALS  & BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Highway 101  Francis Peninsula   44  RENTALS ft  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  883-2585  MARINAS AND MARINE SUPPLIES  |**n#    MARINA  $*% tojtr lira  Moorage - Showers  Laundry/  R.R. # 1  Halfmoon Bay, B.C.      41  885-5888  Van. Direct: 684-3541  SiviiTTy's  Manna Lt<J.  HENRY J. SMITH - OWNER  * Ice & Bait  'Fishing Tackle  Glbaona Harbour  4 886-7711  Delectable Western  h Chinese Cuisine  Take Out Service 886-8015  OPEN FOR LUNCH  lues - Sal  11 30 - 2 pm  DINNER: Tues ��� Thurs 5 - 9 pm  Fri 4 Sal  5 - 10 pm  YOStU'S  17  RESTAURANTS  UtonmrurooU lot.gr  Dining fioom  at Bonniebrook  Irwar Gibsons)  ��� New fully licenced  dining room  Overlooking the  Strait ol Georgia  fit aer-vat tana **>  ^Recommended 886-8177  PROVISIONS    & GROCERIES  famny  Restaonant  ��� Breakfast, Lunch  & Dinner  OPEN 7 DAYS  A WEEK  ��� Take out available  12  Hwy. 101, Gibsons 886-7828  Varirtp  jfootis  f Dell and Health Foods'  Sandwiches  Made to Order  on Marine Dr.  past Ken's Lucky Dollar  Open til 7 pm ��� Fridays  886-2936  GARDEN BAY  STORE  3  lea ��� Propane ��� Frozen Ball  Qrocerlea a Matt ��� Product  Chtvron gaa ��� oil a auppllea  Open 7 diyt t week  8 a.m. -10 p.m.  POST OFFICE  POP SHOPPE  Garden Bay 46  Qlbaona Landing     886-2257  .   Open 7 days a week  .   Complete  line  ot  groceries.  Iresh  meats, produce & baked goods  ��� Large selection ol Housewares.  ��� Ice (block a cube). Picnic supplies.  FREE DELIVERY TO THE  WHARF -  Madeira  Marina  MARINE SALES  & SERVICE  Saltwater Sporl Fishing  Vessel Licences  OMC, Evinrude, Volvo Mercruiser  Housekeeping Units  Fishing Tackle  Parly Ice 45  Madeira Park, B.C. 883-2266  SALONS  GIFTS & NOVELTIES - CRAFTS  Land-Sea Communications |  I Chandlery Ltd.  Fishing Gear - Radars  Sounders - VHF Radios  AUTOMOTIVE  8tttc  Antiques;  & Politique  SUNNYCREST  MALL yjkfk  mr  .. 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TIRE  DRAKE S SUSPENSION CENTRE  Tire Sales  O Service  Brake  Repairs  ���M-2700  S86-8I67  Hwy. 101, Gibsons  22  RENT-A-CAR  RENT-A-TRUCK  Dally - Weekly  Monthly  Competitive Ralea  SOUTH COAST FORD  Sechell  34    885-2131  GIBSONS SHELL  SERVICE  M  Gibsons Harbour  Monday thru Saturday  8a.m.��� 8p.m.  Sunday: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m  General Service  *     886-2572 Fleming on Education  Year-end  report cards  by Frances Fleming  Parents have a right to very subjective views on what the school  and the teacher accomplished for their children during the past  school year. The following opinionaire may help to clarify those  views and to give parents some talking points for the next school  year Each item should berated on a scale of I to 10, one being the  lowest score possible.  Report ( ard for s Teacher  I he teacher really got to know my child,  (habits, interests, hobbies, hang-ups)  and used this knowledge to teach  effectively.  I he teacher avoided pressuring mychild  unduly, but did expect good work and  reasonable progress.  The teacher was relaxed, good-natured,  cheerful and courteous, and my child has  reflected this behaviour.  The teacher developed in my child great  confidence and trust in that teacher's  personal integrity, judgement and fair  play.  Ihe teacher dealt with personal problems and handicaps with consideration,  understanding and sympathy.  The teacher improved my child's social  skills, such as willingness to listen, toco-  operate, to exchange ideas.  Ihe teacher communicated often with  our home, both formally and informally,  and at least some of the communication  revealed humour and understanding.  Ihe teacher did not threaten my child,or  use fear of failure as a motivation.  Ihe   teacher  avoided   the   role  of  policeman or dictator, and showed my  child and the others how to resolve  conflicts in peaceful and satisfactory  ways.  Ihe teacher gave his (her) best this year,  earning the respect of the entire family  lor professional dedication beyond the  call of duty.  Total Score  Score  Alter rating the teacher, now proceed to rate yourself as a  parent of a school child. Score as above.  Report Card for a Parent  [.    1 made an early effort to get to know my  child's teacher, offering unqualified cooperation over the school year.  2:   I took time to check into my child's  *.;. school records to make certain 1 agreed  .;' with  the  assessments of previous  ;   teachers  regarding my child's po-  -;��� tential.  3.'; To the limit of my ability, I put myself  out to assist and encourage the teacher in  .;:. the task of making the past year a  jjj meaningful and important one for my  >', child.  4. I helped my child to be well-equipped  '���  and punctual, never condoning missing  school  for trivial or inconsequential  reasons.  5. I avoided family furores in the morning,  .   and sincerelytriedtosendmychildoffto  :;   school in a receptive and relaxed frame  .-;   of mind.  h.   I worked with the school to set realistic  ;���; and obtainable objectives for my child,  ;*; and shared in the task of bringing about  *>; success.  7." I limited and often shared my child's  television viewing, helping him (her)  learn how to distinguish between reality  and make-believe.  8. I supplied my child with reading material  and enjoyed some books together.  9. I paid considerable attention to my  child's health, providing meals on time,  limiting junk foods, as well as ensuring  ! sufficient sleep.  10 I   arranged   some   visits,  travel  and  ;: experiences for my child to reveal other  ;��� life-styles and to give opportunities for  :-: moral and citizenship discussions.  Total Score  Score  Elected  Chris Johnson has been  elected as the full-time president of the 2600 members  I.W.A. Local 1-417 that is  based in Kamloops. This local  covers to Valemount in the  north, Revelstoke to the east,  Merritt to the south and  Lillooet to the west.  Chris lived near Langdale,  for fifteen years 19S5 to 1969  and worked as a helper,  apprentice and then as a  pipefitter in the Port Mellon  Pulp Mill for fourteen years.  Coast News, June 23, 1981  DEREK EVERARD  & Associates Ltd.  Compare! Check our Low Rates!  We're THE Life and Mortgage  Insurance People in Gibsons and  Sechelt! 885-5726  The moment of graduation was a proud one for Ginger Clarkson when Pender Harbour High School  held its graduation last Friday. Making the presentation is Schools' Superintendent John Denley.  Also pictured is Pender Principal Tom Rothney on the left.  Pender Harbour graduation  by Robi Peters  The twenty-one graduates  of Pender Harbour High  School were very impressive  as they walked on the stage  io a candlelight ceremony.  It is one of the biggest classes  ever to graduate from Pender.  Opening remarks were by  Mr. Tom Rothney, principal.  Mr. Don Douglas and Mr.  John Denley brought greetings from the School Board  and the Ministry of Education.  Riccoh Talento announced the  "Last Will and Testament"  of the class of '81. Jayme  Houghtaling presented the  Key of Knowledge to Wendy  Lee. It was accepted with  thanks by Wendy. Robin Prest  introduced guest speaker Mr.  Ron Breadner, with thanks  coming from Kent Stone.  Presentation of bursaries by  Mr. Tom Rothney. The diplomas were presented by Mr.  John Denley.  The very good Valedictory  address by Correen Brown  only brought to mind what  Mr. Rothney had said in his  opening remarks - this was  a very exceptional group of  mature, intelligent, responsible adults ready to tackle  the world. One of these  exceptional young persons  left us just a little bit awed  by playing a beautiful saxophone solo to, as he put it,  express his appreciation and  respect for his fellow classmates.  I don't believe there was a  dry eye in the gym when  Riccoh Talento finished to a  standing ovation.  t-'i'.-n-.l  ������'0heBeefeater"  l'^The Sunday Pancake  W$$Marter included  with each entree  -  .''". Fresh Fish and Chips  and Seafood Clubhouse  available after 11  On Trail Bay at the foot of Trail Ave. 885-5811  ' These opinionaircs only touch the high spots of many aspects of  child growth which are far more important than mastery of  turricular facts. Education is teamwork between parent, teacher  and child. We need many more guidelines on how to bring it  about.  Shame of Failure  No article has caused more discussion and questioning than last  week's "Shame of Failure". Some shared observations follow:  Social Worker: The one characteristic common to all delinquents  is some degree of school failure. Especially repeating intermediate  grides appears to rankle asan act of animosity.a betrayal of trust,  avengeful deed, an abuse of power.  Counsellor: Failing a child seldom, if ever, results in scholastic  excellence. The "failed" child will still travel through school in the  lower percentile range.  Citizen: If failing a child automatically bills a school district with  an amount close to $2,000, why cannot that amount be spent on  sortie kind of intensive care program whereby the child is given a  fresh and new approach?  Fleming: If indeed "failing" is essential to the successful operation  of our grade system, why don't we demote the "failing" child at  Easter'.' The entire staff could be charged with the obligation to  explain to the child what was being done, to watch his reactions,  to help him adjust, to assess and try to prevent trauma, toassist in  his new peer relationships, to give him copious success  experiences. When June came, he would be promoted, he would  alrcad v be part ofthe group he is to travel with, and he would have  a relaxed summer. It is both cowardly and unprofessional to fail a  child and run for cover at the very time he needs both counselling  and support.  Consensus: There has to be a better way.  HBflllt  illilli  ^mt^miFW^^  4��V  ��*f  .z&^V **+  ��v  *�� y*> A-w y   <r#  ���ajy  ^  mm  Wal-Ven Auto Body  Gibsons  886-7133  Sechelt Collision    South Coast Ford  Sechelt  885-9877  Brian's Auto Body  Sechelt  885-9844  <�� :���#  Sechelt  885-3514  Sunshine 6M  Seehelt  885-5131  iill lift  tf&m  '/' ,s 10  Coast News, June 23, 1981  SfeH  LLCry DOLLAR fCCDS  OVERLOOKING BEAUTIFUL GIBSONS HARBOUR  PRODUCE-  California Green  GABBA6E  19��  B.C. Grown  &  .     ���Ja  Sunkist  B.C. Grown - Local Iceberg  LETTUCE  3/9S*  B.C. Grown Long English  CUCUMBERS  . 250 gm  69(  Campfire  marshmallows  Sunrype - Blue Label _   ammtrnmS  apple lulce       ��... 2/75c  Bick's ^m*  reilSlI   Asst'd Varieties  341 ml   f 5|"  ���ineti.  .*..... 184 gm  Tetley  tea bags *J1.89  Libby's - Unsweetened ^       j* j*  grapefruit lulce u��u*>1.29  Valu Plus - Standard  peaches sins 398mi m*  aaaaajaaaaa^aaMaaaaaaaaa.aaajajaaaaaa��aaa|aaaaa��l  -���rt->~:. ���'���! .v't" '���  Nine lives Asst'd Varieties   184 gm  ���J/%1 \i_B<  Our Own Freshly Baked  MllfflnSBranorOatmeal 6/M.29  National Bakeries'  Dutch ouen Bread   ����65��  Skippy  peanut butter ... $2.79  mazola oil > ur $2.29  Hershey  chocolate syrup ^,95��  Last week in the million millimetres of rain there I was���camping. "Insane, insane," I hear you cry.  HI have you know I wasn't alone in this insanity. In the swamps of Squamish there I was���alone with  47 kids and sundry adults. And guess what���it was absolutely marvelous! We got wet���how could  we avoid it���but we dried off, too���we even went swimming in.an outdoor pool to prove ji  much we love getting wet! I|i|,;' * < 11 i || | Ij It 11H i. 11 |P'             ������IIIIIIIIIIlM'  However, we all clambered up the Chieftain and the clouds did a quick roll back revealing a  marvelous view down Howe Sound. What a magnificent country we live in! As if one hike wasn't  enough we also climbed up Diamond Head to end up at a natural amphitheatre Q-f.snpvy where we all  took to our garbage bags and slid on our seats. Insanity is such fun.   'I||||||||||||]IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIII!|||  I loved every minute:���the little boy who didn't know if his feet were wet or not because he hadn't  looked at them; the Baba Run; the football game; the kid who asked my kid if his mother was like that  at home, too:���and especially the slugs. And parents, if you've never driven in a bus with a group of i|  kids singing "We don't need no education"���you've just got to come camping sometime.  On the ferry coming home we all fantasized about what we'd do when we got home. Hot baths  nd hot chocolate rated high After my hot bath, I made Spicy Chicken to keep my internal warmth  up.  " " "'"'   Fry 1 chicken, cut into serving pieces and sprinkle with salt and pepper in 2 tablespoons  of margarine until browned on both sides.     following ingredients:���  1 tablespoon green onions, chopped  1 clove  6 thin slices of fresh ganajer  1 teaspoon chili powder  6 fresh mint leaves, ch  1/2 teaspoon turmeric  Stir in, then cover and simmer for twenty minutes, or until chicken is cooked.  Serve with boiled rice ai-|d a fresh green salad and feel warm and cosy inside.  || Thank you Cedar Grove for taking me camping���  , you were a joy to be with. Where shall we go next year1?,,!  JllllillllllllilllP   Nest Lewis  (former Home Economics teacher}1!!  day, Item by item, we do more for you in  providing variety. Quality and friendly st irvice.  'We reserve the riant to limit Quantities  Gower Point Rd., Gibsons      Free Delivery to the Wharf     006*2257  DAicy-  Parkay  margarine  1.36 kg  $1.99  cheese slices       $2.59  Kraft Process    Singles  Minute Maid -   Pink & Plain  lemonade  BV  Concentrate 341 ml  McCain's  superfries  907 gm  89*  $1.19  The  PoP  12-30 oz/850 ml   <rc.5o  Any flavour        *��?,%   Shoppe  $5 00    24-10 oz/300 ml  tLsj'���,   Any flavour  V  Indian  Smoked  Salmon  *S.t*/lb.  Gibsons Fish Mkt.  886-7888   J  \ ALL SPORTS  MARINE;  TOPPER    /  FLOATS   /  1501b. / \  displacement/ j  SPECIAL   /   j  ��� 886-9303  B Coast News, June 23, 1981  11  HOLIDAY AHEAD  PRICES EFFECTIVE  Wed. - sun.  June 21th - 28th  Open Fridays til 7 p.m.  Open Sundays & Holidays  10 a.m. - 5 p.m.  Dollar  Best Foods A  mayonnaise     ���m,*1.89  Heinz - Tomato .  Ketchup M*1.89  French's - Prepared  mustard ^,69��  WniOliO IfOjo  JmmWkw\m*m\Wl: j  Heinz - No Meat   Asst'd Varieties  lunlor baby food ...��.> 2/89��  Heinz - No Meat   Asst'd Varieties a am*!*****  instant baby lood.��..2/63��  Pacific - Instant .  milk powder $2.09  eaWStkfM      ala^BBRBBn  Viva   Asst'd Colours ^VHPr , ,  Weston's - Stoned .  wheat thins     ��gm$1.i  Camay 0-   _ A  bath soap     .rs^) '1.79  Reynolds .  loll wrap        ,. $1.99  MEAT  Gov't Inspected Canada Grade H Beef  BLADE CHUCK  Boneless Ib.  Fresh  RED SNAPPER  FILLETS  Olympic Brand Smoked  COTTAGE ROLLS  Cryovac Vi's  $1.68  f 1.99  S1.59  Fresh Country Cut  FRYING CHICKEN $1 ��Q  PARTS Approx. 4 Ib. pkgs.. lb.    I mkmm V  ��� HCUSEKACES ���  REPEAT 11111  This week we have brought back 3 popular items that  some 'of our customers missed out on the last sale.  S string quality brooms made by the  Canadian National Institute for the  Blind.  Reg. $6.19  soecial Purchase Plica  $4.99  PORTABLE LAMPS  by Ashflash  ��� 31.1 cm (UPA") high  ��� for outdoor leisure  ��� indoor emergencies  ��� attractively designed, durable &  dependable  ��� uses 6-volt battery  Reg. $8.95  special rurcneee Price  $7.49  SOUP BOWLS  Attractive ceramic bowls with a  : variety of flowered patterns.  i Reg. $1.69  Special Purchase Price  $1.19  Crab & Cheddar  light, taity &  filling  Vj.tm  Lunch O Dinner  886-9021  Van ftp  Dell and Health  .foob*  We tell  All  Natural  Icecream  1*1-2936  Open til 7 - Friday*  SHOP  TALK by Bill Edney  Building Sales Records  I've often mentioned that to have a successful business  means satisfying a large number of people (most of the  time) as to their own little whims and fancies. By giving a  good service, with quality products at a competitive price,  we strive to both hold and gain customers.  But it doesn't end there. For us, it's a matter of keeping  our ear to the ground, paying attention to what people say  and fulfilling all the many little 'extras' that people look  for, such as: a friendly response, a helpful suggestion;  making an attempt to bring in items specially sought after  by a few, which frequently become good sellers; back-up  guarantees, ad infinitum.  We know we run a good food store. People keep telling  us so, and it is especially appreciated when we can be told  where we can improve. We operate under certain  constraints, particularly as to size and parking. In the  summer when it's hot, people enjoy our cool store, but  generally (we must agree) it's on the cool side because of  all the peripheral refrigeration.  We will soon be putting in more new refrigeration to  better display our frozen food products, but it will be  designed so that it will not spill out all that cold air on your  bare arms and shoulders. You will also see workmen on  hand installing floor heaters in the aisles.  In a few months when the new Omega building across  the street from us is completed, there will be much  additional daytime parking. I should also point out that  soon, very soon, municipal parking by-laws will be  enforced, which will take what we call the "sitters" off the  streets and allow the shopping public to park. Also, more  people could make use of the Municipal lot by the Fire  Hall. It is only a block or the equivalent, from our store.  Leave your carts there, we will pick them up.  We've been asked several times of late, as to when we  will expand. I believe the expansion is inevitable and it is  under study. For now, with the prime rate near 20% the  Federal Government successfully discourages any such  action. Meanwhile an engineering study has been  ordered.  The subject of this Shop Talk is "Building Sales  Records" and I just want to say, and at the same time  congratulate Graham for breaking a certain dream Sales  figure last week, which compares to what the whole store  would do a number of years ago. Graham's produce is so  much appreciated that people come from as far as Pender  Harbour to shop. Thank you Graham.  A new business venture  May I introduce to you JERRY'S LOCK A KEY, located  at the corner of Bals block, next door to Helen's Fashion  Shoppe. Jerry Puckett, the owner is a qualified locksmith.  He can repin and repair locks, make key impressions  from the lock if you have lost your key, or as is most  frequently called upon���he can cut duplicates. Mobile  Service can be provided on call.  We welcome this new venturejn Lower Gibsons and  wish Jerry every success.  ��ft 1. Cut out this Coupon ��>��_  ��   .-^   ��*       2. Attach to your Sales Slip *\ %,'&  4? .*$ */>. %  -jr-V 3, Return to Ken's Lucky Dollar ' %  DRAW TO BE MADE SUNDAY AT 5 p.m.  NAME  TEL NO.  POSTAL ADDRESS  Our popular $50.00 weekly grocery draw will continue each week into  1981 until further notice. ���  L������a������ ������������J  lil  tM.00  WIN'  47th  Grocery Draw Winner  K.E. Wood  Shop wllh confidence. Our prices are very competitive.  Ule will not be undersold on these advertised Items.  Ule fully puarantee everything m sell to be satisfactory.  or money cheerfully refunded. Coast News, June 23, 1981  Home-built  plane takes flight  l>* \ flic Parnell  It was an expectant group  that watched the take-off ofa  small orange and white single-  engine plain last Thursday  evening, June I I. at the  Gibsons*Sechelt Municipal  Airport on Held Road. The  Might marked the high point lor  members ol the S.C. Chapter  i��5M) ol the Experimental  Aircraft Assoc, who watched  the coast's lust home-built  airplane take oil on its maiden  flight.  Pilot Robert Carey, ol  Roberts Creek, who Hipped a  coin lor the honour, put the  little plane through its paces  and enjoyed flying it so much  that he only reluctantly  brought it down to give others a  I urn. last Thursday's flight  was the successful completion  ol two and a half years of work  by the dedicated group of EAA  association members, who  built the aircraft in Garden  Bay.  The open cock-pit. two-  seater, high-wing parasol plane  was designed in the 19.10's by  American Bernie I'ietenpol.  who was only 16 years old at  the time. I'ietenpol used a Ford  Model A engine, the only  difference between the original  and the EAA plane which is  powered by a modern 85 h.p.  engine.  Bill Thompson of Garden  Bay. vice-president of the local  EAA. who donated his shop  space for ihe plane's construction said the I'ietenpol design  was chosen because it is a slow,  easy-to-fly and easy-to-main-  tain model and has the advan-  < >*��^c ^^^r-i::-^;^:-}-;-^*  t0o^r0  Gibsons Harbour Area  Greal Canadian and  British Paperbacks  886 7744  tage of being able lo carry a  passenger.  The plane can fly at speeds of  85-90 mph and is propellor-  startcd by hand. The light  wood and cloth frame construction allows it to climb to  5.000 feet or higher, but 500  hours of flights by experienced  pilots will test its capabilities,  according to Dept. of Transport regulations.  The "helmet and goggle"  plane is ideal for slow, low-  flying, ground-watching  flights, and is economical as  well, said EAA secretary-  treasurer Robert Carey. "The  plane uses four gallons of fuel  an hour. Because of the open  cockpit design it is not suitable  for high-flying aerobatic manoeuvres."  The plane is everything the  10 member, six year old club  had hoped it would be. "We  decided to concentrate our  efforts on one plane, to give our  members something to fly  while they work on their own  planes. It takes a long time to  build a plane in your back-yard  and the purpose ofthe club is to  help members with their projects," said Thompson.  Thompson, a pilot for more  than 20 years, owns two  Cessnas and is rebuilding a  I930's Navy bi-plane. He is a  director of the Canadian  Museum of Flight and is active  in other EAA chapters in B.C.  "At the moment we are  hoping to interest a large  enough membership in the  E A A to form a Canadian Association. Also, we have 40 planes  that are collector's items which  we would like to house in a  Canadian Flight Museum and  we are working towards acquiring a site at Boundary Bay, an  abandoned WW 11 airfield  west of Vancouver."  For airplane enthusiasts like  Thompson, Carey, Ross Mc-  Quitty. local EAA president  and Harold and Len Wray  among others, the building of  We are now a member of  THE BRADFORD EXCHANGE  All Limited Edition  COLLECTORS' PLATES  available  Ballerina's Dilemma  Sim mil Issue:' Professional Series"  iui 1 iii" girl dance? We all know lhat  ���    pite ihe momentary annoyancn - Ihe little  ��� .-������m will soon be on her toes twirling every  which way  ������ illenna'o Dilemma is Ihe follow up to the eve*  po| liar Big Leaguer" by Perillo (inquire as to  ivai ibilily of Ihis true classic) and assures fhe  long term success ol the most important "Pro-  ��� inal Series"  Issue Price.: $32 r)0 Size: 8Vi>"  / imitation: 15.000  Witilabiliry: Immediate/Certificated  8*006*.  an airplane is a never-ending  learning experience.  Carey, who is a licensed  mechanic at Tyee Air, has been  a major asset to the group.  "The rest of us just love  airplanes, we really don't know  much about building them,"  said Thompson.  Most of il is hack-saw. file  and drill press work." said  Carey. The cloth covering has  fourteen layers of protective  doping, sprayed aluminum,  base-coats and three layers of  the final color.  The club installed controls  and instruments and attached  the wings with struts for the  very practical reason that a  large enough work-space was  not available for a fixed-wing  design.  Although the total cost ofthe  airplane is cheap by any  standards - $4,000 of which  $2,000 was for the engine alone  ��� the long man - hours put in by  EAA members cannot be  calculated.  "We simply had to put our  other projects on hold and  concentrate on this plane," said  Carey, who feels the building  experience  has   been  very  - Vene Parnell pholo  The coast's first home-built plane is hand-started by Robert Carey, a member ofthe Sunshine CoasI  Experimental Aircraft Association.  SALE .  Selected  Summer;  Fun Wear  ���A  Mori. - Sat. 10 - 5  *������..  886-9941  valuable and will be helpful to  him when he gets back to work  on his own plane.  The plane passed inspection  with very few minor adjustments being recommended by  the Department of Transport.  It performed smoothly on its  maiden flight reflecting the  painstaking care of the Sunshine Coast EAA's first home-  built effort.  Club members hope it isjusl  the beginning of many other  such  projects, as interest in  home-built planes grows.  A Steen Sky-boat biplane  just completed by Sechelt  resident Bob Haslam, after six  years of work, is due to make its  first flight in the near future.  Haslam is not an EAA member, but the association is  pleased to be available to  generate interest in flying.  "We want to interest anyone  who would like information  about building an airplane or  who just wants to talk about  them," said Thompson.  Ministry of Transport restrictions on home-built aircraft  are still quite stiff, not allowing  them to be used for aerobatics.  As more home-built aircraft  are approved and proven to be  safe, it is hoped they will be  allowed greater flexibility.  For men bitten by the flying  bug, it seems likely one thing  could easily lead to another.  RENT���A-BAY  YOU fix it!  ��� We supply you with a bay area, floor jacks, jack  stands, creepers.  ��� Bring your own tools.  $5.���� /hour  Phone 9 am ��� S pm   886-20X0  Crucil Rd.  ebtoo&  Bitting  Let Bonniebrook brighten up your mid-week  On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of this week,  Along with our regular menu, we are serving  I r.  Fresh Alaska King Crab with a thick, tender Filet MignonJ  Baked Potato or Rice        Vegetable  All for only $fQ  50  jWanager:  Jeff Harvey  Reservations  Recommended  ���$ours:-  Tues. to Sat.   5:00 to 11:00 pm.  Sunday 5:00 to 9:00 pm.  886*8177  Cijef:  James Johnson  Licensed  Dining Lounge Chickens Unlimited  Ramblings  of a Rover  bv Dee Cee  I am unable to pinpoint the  exact date when the city of  Vancouver abandoned the  sireetcars as a means of public  transportation and substituted  buses, but personally I think it  was a regressive move. Of the  many things that gave the city  eharacter, the trams, or trolleys  as some people called them,  played an outstanding part.  Particularly was this the case in  regard to the old inter-urban  service that ran between Vancouver and New Westminster. I  recall wiih painful nostalgia the  old days when the depot was on  the southwest corner of Carrall  and Hastings Streets. All traffic  along those thorough fare  came to a halt while the two-  coupled cars emerged, with  strident bell clanging furiously,  lo commence their creaking,  swaying journey to the Royal  City on the banks ofthe Fraser  River.  On the day following my  phone call to the poultry  larmer in Surrey, during which  he had requested me to come  out to New Westminster for an  interview, it was this same  inter-urban that took me there  and in due course I met Mr.  William (Bill) Currie who had  advertised for experienced  help. With a name like that I  had assumed he was a Scotsman and so he was, but a  misplaced one as he had been  born south of the border in  T-  worm, womier, warmest   ?  daniadown  Chise Wmifi chills iwdy wiih i Dinudonn ronimfniji  jum turn flown the ntal id si>t* tntig* jnfl be Urt t>\  tedious Dtdiuting lo'evci Ask about ou' unique  uujunltt nl witmlh We hive �� cotisuntiy eipj'WH.g  ���i"(tion tit df signs in M'lnjpipSS Deictics an<3 muslins  ihe ui'ifiu'iiig possibilities nr efldi��i  MllChmg dllM MWCI a<ail��Jie PiMSe aintKt us lor  lul COhHif b'ocnurr and cross Canjila dealer Iill ��� Bui  Cinidijn  CI daniadown quirts ltd  E    Vancouver B C Established t96?  r     SUNSHINE INTERIORS  NOHTH >D. i KIWANIS WAV  SIMONS. 866-8187     ,  Northumberland and his accent was definitely "Geordie".  It was obvious that he was a  well educated man and was far  different, both in appearance  and manner, from what I had  imagined a poultry farmer  would be. Dressed in a Harris  tweed suii.with collar and tie  and sturdy brown brogues, he  presented the picture ofa "well-  to-do" Old Country gentleman  farmer, even down to the  handsome walking stick with  silver knob that he carried.  There is a saying that to be a  successful liar one must be  possessed of a good memory  and now mine stood me in good  stead. I was still literally brimming over with all the information I had acquired in the  Carnegie Library the previous  afternoon. Over a cup of coffee  in the depot cafe he courteously  enquired where I had worked  before and, without hesitation  or the bat of an eyelid, I gave  him the fictitious name ofthe  Davidson Bros, and their place  of operations as Guelph,  Ontario. He had already informed me that he had about  two thousand birds at his place  out on the Hjorth Road, so  now when he asked me how  large a flock these brothers  carried I simply multiplied his  number by ten and glibly  answered "twenty thousand!"  He appeared to be visibly  shaken by this announcement  and stated that he found it  strange that he had never heard  of them, while I assured him  that they possibly ran the  largest poultry farm on the  North American continent and  I expressed amazement that he  was not familiar with either  them or their methods.  Now we proceeded to a  serious discussion of the various breeds of birds, both from  the standpoint of egg production and the raising of poultry  for meat. I had taken note of  the fact that his flock was  equally divided between White  Leghorns and Rhode Island  Reds. I now implied that these  were very good stock indeed  but had  he entertained any  iano  Audited Financial Statements  Notice Is hereby given that the audited financial  statements of Capilano College for tl  ended March 31,1981 have been  by the Capilano College  Copies of the statements *re available j  for inspection at the business office, |  . 2055 Purcell Way. North Vancouver,  during normal business houi  ��%awumwwm  PLACING & FINISHING  PATIOS - DRIVEWAYS  FLOORS ��� FOUNDATIONS  SIDEWALKS  All Types of Concrete  Finishes includins  Coloured or Exposed  Call Any Time  885-2125 886-8511  SERVING PENDER HARBOUR TO PORT MELLON  thought of the merits of Barred  Rocks, Wyandottes, New  Hampshires or some of the  increasingly popular hybrids,  such as Hy-Line or the Barred  Hallcross? By the time we got  around to the subject of  production costs and the  various types of feeds that  would give the most returns for  the least outlay, he seemed to  have relapsed into a kind of a  daze and I too was felling  somewhat dizzy from all the  ramifications that our discussion had led to.  Whether he actually believed  even a half of what I had told  him or whether it was to seek  relief from the incessant barrage I was directing at him I will  never know, but over our  second cup of coffee he suddenly announced that apparently I  was just the man he had been  looking for and I was hired -  duties to commence the next  day.  Boy, was I ever pleased with  myself! According to those  moronic minions of the law I  had encountered in Golden,  you couldn't buy a job in B.C.  for a thousand dollars. I had  arrived on the Sunday morning  and now I would be working  the following day, Wednesday.  How I wished I could in some  way ram that down their stupid  throats!  Mr. Currie, or as I was later  to call him Bill, and I shook  hands as I boarded the next  inter-urban to take me back to  Vancouver to collect my pack-  sack and settle up with the  Japanese owner of the rooming house. On arrival I was so  elated I headed back across the  street to the Palate Hotel and,  by way of celebration, tied into  several tall schooners of beer.  In those days the sexes were  segrated in the beer parlours.  The law decreed that the  females sat on one side and the  males on the other. In some of  the poshier places up on  Granville Street there was a tall  barricade that obscured the  view, but downtown they had  effected a compromise by  erecting a partition that was  open not only at the top to  enable one to see the faces of  the girls sitting opposite but,  more important, an opening at  the bottom that gave the men  an unsurpassed view of their  legs and knees. Theoretically  that is as far as it went as one  was not supposed to cross over  and intermingle, but in the  Palace and other emporiums of  a similar nature, they were lax  in applying the law and, just as  long as one was in good  standing with the waiters, they  offered no objection should  one pick up one's beer and  wander over the join the ladies.  It wasn't very long before,  slightly inebriated, I did just  that in response to the provocative "come on over" look ofa  young, striking looking brunette seated across from me. If this  wasn't a family newspaper I  could give you an interesting  account of what went on later  in the Palace Rooms upstairs,  but perhaps I had better not go  into that. Instead I will stay on  safer ground and meet you next  week out at the poultry farm on  the Hjorth Road!  Coast News, June 23,1981  13  Peninsula Roofing  ft insulation Ltd.  Retail Sales  "ft compiate Roofing and insulation Supply"  Sheet Metal Fabrication  1356 Wharf Rd.  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They have been active  in gathering stumps and  debris from around the new  lake and cleaning up and  burning all the accumulation  from this area. The lake is  required as a storage basin  for water for the sprinkler  system. If and when the  rainfall stops it will not take  long for the fairways to  require sprinkling to keep  them lush and green.  In spite of the poor weather  the ladies of the club continued to play their scheduled  events. The following is a  report put together by Jean  Stock on the ladies' activities  for last week.  Twenty of our ladies were  involved with 2nd and 3rd  team play leaving thirteen  18-hole players to compete in  the Tuesday Ladies Day  competitions. The longest  drive   was   won   by   Greta  Paterson and Isobel Kendle-  man won the Count Putts  with 33. The Irons Only and  Throw Out competition was  contested by six 9-hole players  and resulted in a tie, with  Barbara Bradshaw and Nan  MacFarlane earning a net  27'/..  Tuesday, June 23rd, is our  Captain versus Vice-Captain  9-hole mixed draw competition followed by lunch -  the losing team pays.  Our 2nd and 3rd team  games were most successful.  Twelve 2nd team ladies led  the experienced Capilano  team 59 points to 49. The first  few holes were played in a  teeming rainstorm which then  turned into a warm sunny day  and we were able to enjoy the  lovely course played by the  Peter Jackson Seniors Tournament on the past week-end.  After two games our total  points are 115 placing us  very well in the team standings.  Our 3rd team ladies hosted  West Point also on Tuesday.  In this home game our ladies  overpowered the visiting team  43 points to 29 which added to  the 46 to 26 lead of the first  game in this 3rd team series;  really puts our lady golfers in  a very good final score position.  Sales Representative  IAN GRIFFITH  ��� Framing Packages  ��� Cedar Siding  ��� Timbers  Please call for quotations  526-6744  738-4791  Collect  Res.  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Showmanship at halter 12-  18 ��� 1st Caron Hayward, 2nd  Coleen Cook, 3rd Tracey  Lehman.  Halter mares - Ist Colleen  Cook, 2nd Josh Baecke, 3rd  Diane Fitchell.  Halter Geldings ��� Ist Caron  Hayward. -  Halter Ponies - Ist Amanda  Lehman, 2nd Danny Karslake,  3rd Jodi Custance.  Grand Champion Halter  Horse - The Dream Weaver -  Colleen Cook.  Walk Trot 11 & under-1st  Amanda Lehman, 2nd Ginger  Baker, 3rd Tammy Karslake,  4th Jodi Custance.  English Pleasure 11 &  under - Ist Jodi Custance, 2nd  Amanda Lehman.  English Pleasure 12-18 ���  Ist  Caroline  Newsham,  2nd  Caron Hayward. 3rd Annamie-  ke Vanderwerf, 4th Tracey  Lehman.  English Pleasure Senior -  1st Leslie Fraser. 2nd Andrea  Bobardt, 3rd Pam Custance.  4th Diane Fitchell.  English Equitation ��� Ist  Diane Fitchell,2nd Annamiekc  Vanderwerf.  Hunter Hack - 1st Leslie  Fraser, 2nd Diane Fitchell.  Hunter Over Fences - 1st  Andrea Bobardt. 2nd Pam  Custance.  Speed Jumping - Ist Pam  Custance, 2nd Jeanine Elling-  ham.  Western Pleasure I 1 &  under - Ist Amanda Lehman.  2nd Tracey Lehman, 3rd Jodi  Custance, 4th Danny Karslake.  Western Pleasure 15 &  over - IstCaroline Newsham,  2nd Colleen Cook. 3rd Pam  Custance, 4th Caron Hayward.  Barrel Race ��� IstPam Custance. 2nd Blythe Killam, 3rd  Jodi Custance, 4th Tammy  Karslake.  Scarry Race ��� Ist Blythe  Killam, 2nd Caron Hayward,  3rd Tammy Karslake.  Pole Bending - Ist Pam  Custance, 2nd Caron Hayward, 3rd Blythe Killam, 4th  Tammy Karslake.  Keyhole - 1st Tammy Karslake.  Boot Rare - Ist Blythe  Killam. 2nd Tammy Karslake,  3rd Caron Hayward.  Slow Lope ��� Ist Caroline  Newsham, 2nd Caron Hayward, 3rd Colleen Cook.  Trolling Race ��� Ist Caroline  Newsham, 2nd Caron Hayward, 3rd Colleen Cook, 4th  Tammy Karslake.  For the next horse show we  hope to see even more entries as  then we can provide an even  more varied schedule of events.  We'd like to thank all those  who donated their time for  making another successful  TTRC Show. Special thanks to  Dr. Rainaway for keeping the  torrential downpourawayfora  day!  by Solvelgl. Harrison  An audience of thirty-six  shared a memorable evening  at the Pender Harbour and  District Wildlife Club's monthly meeting last Tuesday,  June 16. The library of  Madeira Elementary quickly  transformed itself into a cozy  living room as local residents  Mavis and Murray Mark recounted tid-bits of their life  on the Queen Charlotte  Islands. Murray was with the  fisheries in Naden Harbour,  which is at the northern end of  Graham Island, for ten years,  with Mavis joining him for the  last two.  At first in his outpost,  sociable Murray made many'  friends of the wild variety, and  watching his slides delighted  us. "Here are my river  otters," he would say, "it  took me four years to get a  picture of them" - and beautiful steaming, streaming otters, all uplifted nosiness,  appeared on the screen. We  saw brandt by the dozen,  rhinoceros auklets, sander-  lings, kittiwakes, a semi-  palmated plover, a hairy  woodpecker, bear, tame marten and deer - all personal  friends.  The Marks reported an  abundance of birds  on  the  Charlottes; not one loon, as  we are used to seeing, but  hundreds of loons. There are  also many migrants, some of  which, like the swallows and  hummingbirds, come very  early and stay later than elsewhere on the coast. In fact,  it seems that most species of  wildlife on the Charlottes  are just a little different from  their mainland counterparts.  Mavis, who taught in  Masset for one year, showed  past and present in a social  context, with slides of ancient  longhouses, sunken and deeply mossed. We saw the  ceremonial dress of the native  people as they gathered to  greet lona Campagnola, M.P.  of the time, and flat land  heavy with spruce and cedar,  being thoroughly logged. A-  bundant sea life and endless  lonely beaches - here, still,  is a frontier, with the spirit of  mysteiy fresh in its wind.  The evening closed with  coffee and chat over the maps  and artifacts brought by the  Marks. Many of the audience  had either lived in the Charlottes or travelled through,  and it was evident that it still  held a big place in their  hearts. Thank you, Mavis and  Murray, for refreshing our  memories.  Minor League Ball  Brothers Park debated  T-Ball.  Mond. June IS: Independent  Order of Foresters vs Dough  Factory - Rained out.  Kinsmen vs Elphinstone Recreation Group - Rained out.  Fri. June 19: Superior Electric  26, Independent Order of  Foresters 31; Elphinstone  Recreation Group 25, Dough  Factory 33.  Mini Bronco:  Wedn.   June    17:   Gibsons  Building Supplies vs Lambert  Electric - Rained out.  Kingo   Diesel   4,   Windsor  Plywood 11.  Fri. June 19: Windsor Ply-  Continued from Page One  job along Park Road at Brothers Park is the first step that will be  taken before any further work is done on the park surface. Derby  said that vandalism at Brothers Park has been a major problem  with cars driving over the surface and wrecking it. Last year, the  bleachers were pulled over by vehicles and broken.  "Since the park was donated to the village by Jackson Brothers  over 20 years ago, it has been a continual problem and over the  years the village has poured thousands of dollars into it," said  Derby.  This year, Gibsons village had slated $10,000 towards  drainage work and the WHS Recreation Commission is planning  to use part of the $27,000 that has been made available from  special taxation for recreation in Areas E and F and Gibsons.  Ron Webber, Gibsons works superintendent told the Coast  News that there are still areas ofthe park that have poor drainage  and that will be reworked before a suitable top-fill is put on.  "When you are putting in 7,000 feet of drains, it is not possible  to get it right the first time and there are areas which will need  more drain tiles. The wet weather this year has made it difficult for  us, also.  "I, in particular, want to see the park in top-notch condition  when we are finished. Especially after spending so much money on  it, you can be sure we want it done right."  Webber said that the right material for back-fill and surfacing  "is not the easiest thing to find on the Sunshine Coast, but wc will  find the right stuff. The village plans are to build up the surface  Ladies Softball  Jane 16)  Steelers 6   Cedars 10 Trail Bay 8  Blues 8    Shoal 5 Roberts Creek IS  with 4 to 6 inches of material that will drain properly, after we are  sure that the underground drainage is effective."  Pucket told council that the GAA has many interested adults  who would be willing to volunteer their services building tences,  bleachers and helping with the labour at Brothers Park.  The WHS Recreation Commission has plans to spend a major  portion of the $27,000 raised by special recreation taxation this  year on Brothers Park, confirmed Chairman Strom. Other  immediate priorities are to make available two beach accesses in  Areas E and F. One is at Finlayson's or Secret Beach off Gower  Point Road and the other is planned at Smith Road in Langdale.  Out of a total of $ 108,775 collected for recreation from Areas E  and F and the village of Gibsons, $81,000 will go towards covering  the expected operating deficit of the Gibsons swimming pool,  which may go as high as $90,000 in 1981.  pitch in  Pender 18  Wakefield 7  League Standing  Roberts Creek  Cedars  Pender  Blues  Wakefield  Shoal  Steelers  Trail Bay  Reserve  swanson's  Swanson's Ready-Mix Ltd  Rsady-MU Concrete  Two Plants  sechelt I  1885-9666  *��*���> secheit, b.c. von 3aq 885-5333  Wins  12  10  10  7  6  S  4  2  1  Losses  1  3  3  5  7  7  9  10  12  Ties  0  0  0  I  0  0  0  1  0  0 WORKWEN?  Ah WORLD  Wt RE WORKINGFOfl VOU  Levis  MENS  White Muslin *"  Chambray  SUMMER  POSTPONEDI  Com* see our  MOTORCYCLE  RAINWEAR  SHIRTS  $16.89  O WORK WEN? Cowrie St.  ^ W��RLD   p-ja sail's  HOME EQUITY LOANS  SWIMMING POOL   mmmmmmammmmMMm,   CONSOLIDATION  THINKING!?  PAVING  THINKING!? THINKING!?  Have you been thinking about a loan to increase the  value of your home, go fishing, take a vacation, pay your  HOT TUB     taxes or whatever?  If you would like an appointment with Verda Schneider,  Dodie Marshall or Ron Taberner to discuss the pros and  cons (and rates), please call 886-2216 and we will gladly  do our best to help you.  INTEREST RATES  VACATION  BOAT  TAXES  CAR  RENOVATIONS  HOME FURNISHINGS  tt  The First Canadian Bank  Gibsons Branch  Bank of Montreal  2nd Annual  Tpuchload  sale  wood   8,   Gibsons   Building  Supplies 7; Lambert Electric  17, Elson Glass 2.  Bronco.  Mon. June 15: Ken's Lucky  Dollar vs Kerns Home Furnishing - Rained out.  Kerns Home Furnishing  vs,  Super Valu - Won by default.  Exhibition     Game:     Kerns  Home Furnishings 16, Super  Valu 8.  Girls Softball.  June 16: Mitten Realty  19,  Ken's Lucky Dollar 8.  Our apologies to the sponsors for no scores in the paper  the past two weeks.  FN., sat., sun.  July 3.4 & 5  ONLY  save this  discount  coupon  redeemable  only at:  JfiC  ELECTRQMCfi  TRAIL BAY |  CENTRE  SECHELT   :'���:  885-2568 I '���: Coast News, June 23, 1981  Nature Note  by Yield deBoer  Otters are very playful  creatures at all ages, they  spend much of their time in  play, A favourite game of the  River Otter is the slide, either  down a muddy embankment  into the water or down a snow  You would think such an  agile swimmer as the River  Otter would enjoy the water  Min a very early age. Not sol  RuVier Otters breed in the early    spring and the female carries   slide into the water. Next to   its prize pelt. River Otters  the: young for nine weeks,   the truly aquatic mammals  are still trapped and hunted  Island 'after a successful  transplant from Alaska in  1969. The Sea Otter is a much  larger animal and has different habits from the River  Otter. The Sea Otter was  hunted to near extinction for  Litters contain from two to  five kits. The babies weigh  about half a pound, they are  fuzzy, toothless and their  ayes are closed for. the first  month. They will stay in their  den for 10 to 20 weeks during  which time they nurse and  feed on the fish their mother  brings them. When they do  venture out of the den with  their mother they are very  reluctant to enter the water.  Tire female Otter, once she  gets them into the water, will  swim close to them and  support them until they learn  to swim.  In contrast, the now rare  Sea Otter is born in the water  fully furred and ready to go.  These youngsters often hitch  a ride on their mother and  have been seen sleeping on  her belly while she floats  on her back. In both Otters  the young stay with the  mothers for up to a year,  even though they are weaned  much earlier.  The sight of a mother  River Otter swimming with  her kits following single  file behind her has led to many  lake monster stories. In fact  the famous Qgo Pogo of the  Okanagan may have been  started from a family of  River Otters on an outing.  like Seals and Whales, the  Otters are the most agile  swimmers among the mammals.  The Otters seen along our  coastlines are River Otters.  The true Sea Otters ate now  making a comeback along the  west   coast   of   Vancouver  for their pelts in some areas,  but an even greater threat to  them is the pollution of their  homes, the rivers, streams,  and lakes.  This column is to share  Nature Lore. If you have  information or questions call  886^8029.  Naturalist returns  by Mark Hood  The rugged beauty of the  Sunshine Coast is a magnet  that draws city dwellers  everywhere away from the  noise and dirt to one of  B.C.'s last accessible wilderness areas. Those of us who  live and work here may  sometimes forget the multitude of natural attractions and  everyday miracles that sur-  She is friendly and enthusiastic. "I enjoy working  with people. I want to help  them appreciate both the  natural beauty and the human  history of the Sunshine  Coast."  Slated to run Wednesday  to Sunday throughout the  summer, the free programs  start July 1st with a tidewatch  at Skookumchuk Narrows.  Probably the most spectacular sight on the coast,  Not long ago the space on the upper left of this picture was a covered sandbox in the Adventure  Playground in Gilker Park. Last week apparently vandals decided the cover of the sandbox would  make fuel for a bonfire. J<lhn "��"��"��� p"��,��  On the  Seafood Platter  by Chak-Chak  round us.  For the benefit of resident   watching the tides run at the  and visitor alike, Alison Watt   narrows is an unforgettable  has returned.  A Park Naturalist for six  years, Alison ran the Sunshine  Coast Provincial Parks summer programs in 1979. This  year she has returned to direct  the free weekly programs in  the Roberts Creek, Porpoise  Bay, Smugglers Cove, and  Skookumchuk parks.  experience. The low tide on  July 1 is the year's lowest,  and the fifteen foot change  should prove breath-taking.  Alison will be at the trail-'  head at 10:00 a.m. to escort  people down for the 11:45  spectacle. She even promised  to try to make the sun come  out. I wish her luck.  If you have been down in  Gibsons Landing * lately you  will have noticed changes and  improvements being made  there. Fitzgerald's Restaurant,  is one establishment that has  been involved in this activity.  A new canopy has been  added to fhe exterior beneath  which a number of coach  lamps beckon with a warm  glow to the patrons as they  approach the restaurant for  an evening of dining. During  the daylight hours a row of  colourful flags offer a bright  relief to the brown tones of  the building's facade.  The fluttering flags outside  bespeak the international  character of the decor and  food to be found inside. The  president and manager of  Fitzgerald's, Terence Karkabe  has been joined in his managerial responsibilities by Executive Chef, Alvaro Varela.  Director Bruce Kayes has  assumed the chores of Maitre  de and Joan Thompson is  Director.  Mr.. Varela, an engaging  gentleman from Portugal, has  had a wide experience in his  profession in many European  countries. Among other things  he brings the appreciation and  the knowledge of preparation  of a variety of good seafood.  The seafood to be found on  the new menu is as follows:  Appetizers:  Royal    Shrimp    Cocktail,  Scampis   Criolo,   Coquille  St. Jacques.  Dinner:  Sole Meunier, grilled in  butter sauce with wine and  lemon; Canadian Baked  Salmon in very special  marinara sauce with white  wine; Fresh Ocean Fish of  the Day, our Chef Alvaro's  Special; Fitzgerald's Special  Seafood Platter (recommended for two persons);  Shrimps Marinara in our  Chef Alvaro's Special South  American sauce; Scalopes  a la Fitzgerald's served in  seashell gratihee; Zarzuela  a la Espanola, combination  of all seafood in a delightful  sauce of wines, cognacs  and season's french herbs  (Chak-Chak found it finger-  lickin' good); La Paella a la  Valenciana, a delightful  combination of seafood,  chicken, clams and saffron  rice with peppers, tomatoes  and olives; Live Lobster  when available; Steak and  Combination Seafood Plate,  our Chef Alvaro's delightful creation.  The new Fitzgerald's with  its fine view of the Harbour  and its fine new cuisine,  another pearl in King Neptune's crown on the Sunshine Coast.  As this column goes to  press the halibut boats should  be back from another trip.  If you want fresh halibut  (whole) from the boat, call  886^2350 or look for the  "Nordic Spirit" at the Gibsons government wharf. Sea  you.  THINKOFUSASA MATCHMAKER  ���rmnsauKTM CMIT IIU a*nnBRiMMHMiw  PICK-UPS & VANS  *18.00perday*  1-TON TRUCK 12' BOX  $25.00 per day*  *55  *  ABBA RENTS!*  WW  885-2131  AT THE  COAST HOMES OFFICE  IN SECHELT  5-TON TRUCK 22' BOX  HYDRAULIC LIFTGATE  '36.60 per day*  FAIRMONTS  MUSTANGS  STATION-WAGONS  ESCORTS  * plus mileage  ABBA�� - MEETING ALL YOUR CAR & TRUCK RENTAL NEEDS mmm  16 Coast News, June 23,1981  I ELECTRICAL I  I     iarm1 TomFlieger   Phone 886-7868 |  ,,0   ^HLECTRICAL  L^> Box 214. Gibsons. B.C  ONTRACTING VON1VO  Sunshine Coast  I CONTRACTING  L.N. Horn*  Business Directory  INSULATION     ESTIMATES  \m Residential ��� Commercial ��� New and Existing Housm  Bill's Holland Electric Ltd.  Bill Achterberg  886-9232  ^  Phone Les  886-8615  (After 6 pm.)  i HEATING  APPLIANCES |  R. & J. SERVICES LTD.  nepairs S Rebuilding ol^/" Electrical Contracting  ��� Alternators ^^    ��� industrial  ��� Starters        ^r ��� Commercial  ��� Generators./^                 ��� Reildtntlil       M    ntimn   I  Rd   Gibsons  B8B-9W3/  j��l||   JAY CEE AIR CONDITIONING  ISjtt     4 REFRIGERATION LIMITED  ^aW        Heal Pumps �� Central Mr Conditioning  Salts a Service  Corner of Dolpbin & Wharl, Sechelt 885-7474  JOHN HIND-SMITH  REFRIGERATION & MAJOR APPLIANCE SERVICE  Port Mellon to Pender Harbour  Ret. 886-9949  DAN'S CONTRACTING LTD  CUSTOM HOMES 0 FRAMING  INTERIOR - EXTERIOR - FINISHING  FREE ESTIMATES  MS-MI* or MS-SMI  EXCAVATING I  Mick Alvaro D7 Cat & Hitachi Excavator A  Contract Land Clearing  Road Building     Subdivisions  ALVARO LOG CO. LTD.  Pratl Rd    Day ��� 886-8555      Eve��. - 886-9803  Gibaons j  J.F.UI. EXCAVATINa LTD. >  ��� septic Fields ��� Excavations ��� Clearing ���  Rri'd Rd. 888*8071 Gibsons     .  r F & L CONTRACTORS  N  Landclearing, road building, logging, tree removal,  excavations & gravel      993.7833 886-9872  ICG CANADIAN PROPANE  LTD.  Hwy. 101   Sechelt between St.  Hospital and Forest Ranger's Hut. 885-2360  Mon.-Fri.   8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sat.   9 a.m. - 5 p.m.  )PANE   I      ||     I  ICANADIANl  St. Mary's      L.^JL���J  HARRISONS APPLIANCE SALES  Parts and Service  Tuesday ��� Saturday 9 ��� 5  886-9959 Prall Rd., Gibsons  MISC. SERVICES  THOMAS HEATING  General Sheet Metal  Installation  ot   Heating  &  Air  Conditioning Equipment  Plumbing Service & Installations  CALL NOW  886-7111  Bullae gcFssa  Matins ft afc. >ej  l��*Ov  Custom T Shirts & Sportswear                    A���l  Keal estate Signs & Stands                        IA  Wood, Plexiglas & Magnetic Signs                 \V,  Vinyl Decals:                 886-9169 ^  WJ  BEN'S ROOFING  ��� DUROID ��� A8HPHALT ��� SHAKES  Ben Vanden Driessehe  Gibaons  ^V  I CABINETS I  SUNSHINE    KITCHENS  CABINETS - REMODELLING  Showroom in Twilight Theatre Bldg. 8R6-9411  \^OPENSAT. 10-5 OR BY APPOINTMENT  Jerry's  LOCK * KEV  Professional Locksmith  IT  Marine Drive, Gibsons  886-9600  T.A.C. CONSTRUCTION  Custom Framing, Roofing, Siding  Reasonable Rales ��� Free Estimates  BLVN EKCMMTim ��� UND CLEMIIN LTD  3/4 and 1 Yard Bantams with attachments  Including Grapples - Trucking  Call Glyn  888-842* 888-7597  PACIFIC GADCO CONSTRUCTION  Land Clearing, light or heavy  Road Construction ��� Excavation ��� Logging  Bulldozer ��� Backhoe ��� Grader ��� Front End Loader  Gravel Truck ��� Skidder 886-7287 886-7951 886-7142  (        J. B. EXCAVATING 886-9031       *>  Water, sewer, drainage installation  ��� Dump Truck   ��� Backhoe  ��� Cat   ��� Land Clearing  ��� Free Estimate*  ��� Septic Fields  RUFUS BULLDOZING  ��� Land Clearing ��� Excavating  Daryll *Dra,n flelds      886-9739  MarcBl's 886"91��2  Backhoe serulce  Excavating - Septic - Fields  VReed Road,   Glbtoni Water and Drain Pipe J  Hidden industries     N  BULLDOZING JD 350 ���,IHe  * Road Building   oExcavations    ��� Clearing       888*7251 j  D * B Excavating  i  Big or Small - We Do It All  Art Dew Bob Bjornson  886-9053 OP 886-7037  Uar"    J  RESTAURANTS I  sfcAvifew aAa/3i:iSis  Chinese & Western Food Licensed Premises  Tuesday to Sunday  Lunch: 11:30 - 3 pm Dinner: 4:30 - 9 pm  Sat. A Sun. Lunch: 12 noon ��� 9 pm  Lower Gibsons 886-9219     Ta*e Qui Available  I AUTOMOTIVE I  NEED TIRES?  Come in lo  COASTAL TIRES  at the S-BENDS on Highway 101  Phone 886-2700  Your Specialty Shop:  Mufflers, Brakes, Tune-Ups  ClbseNi IRAKE ATINK  Hwy. 101, Gibsons 886-8213  Oauupsmi    automotive  <7WtMWWi Paris ��� Sales . Service  REPAIRS TO ALL MAKES N ��f.v*'N*  "The Rad Shop" cO-"US        B.C.A.A.  H.u 101. Gibsons 886-7919 Approved,/  Economy buto parts bid.  Automobile. Industrial  arid Body Shop Supplies  Sechelt    885-5181  @f^��uropean Motors  Including  British, Japanese & Domestic  Service & Parts  885-9466  R.  & J. SERVICES LTD.  Repair & Rebuilding of:  ALTERNATORS ��� STARTERS ��� GENERATORS  Paine  Rd.. Gibsons                               886-9963  CARPET-CABINET-CERAMIC CENTRE  Open Thurt. - Sat. IO a.m. ��� s p.m.  Howe Sound Distributors Ltd.  North Road, Gibsons, B.C. 886-2765  FREE ESTIMATES  Look  tor us Iii the Yellow Pages  ROLAND'S ^  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  Specializing in  CONTINUOUS ALUM. GUTTERS 885-356*  I FLOOR COVERING I  DIAL-A-BOTTLE  Bottles ��� Party Ice ��� Mixes  ��� pop 886-2775 ���c,����  ENEMV EFFICIENT SOLAR HOMES  CONSTABLE CONTRACTING  6864316  B ft itl installations  17 Years Experience  Commercial And Residential  Floor Coverings  ^ 885-2923     885-3811  <<*uiEST  i  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd. -  �� Feed * Fencing    886-7527  ��� Pet Food    * Fertilizer   ;rfIRd..  Gibsons  ESTSAHDS  HOME  COHSTRUCTIOH  ��� Quality Construction ��� Retaining Willi  ��� Framing I Finishing  ��� Conciete Foundations  FREE ESTIMATES  Don 8654838 Pad  .  886-9657       Kenan McKenzie  Sunbrite Pressure Cleaning  CARPETS & UPHOLSTERY  SPECIALIZING IN RESTAURANTS  KEN DE VRIES & SON LTD.  FLOOR COVERINGS  Carpets - Tiles- Linoleums - Drapes  Hwy. 101, Gibsons Cowrie St., Sechelt  686-7112 885-3424  I MISC. SERVICES I  MOVING AND STORAGE  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Household Moving 5. Storage Complete Packing  Packing Materials lor Sale  Phone B86-MB4     Member Allied Van Lines     R.R. 1. Gibsons. _>  HIS CONTRACTS  ��� Hot Tubs ��� Swimming Pools  ' Solar Installations ��� Framing ��� Foundations  Village Tile Co.  CERAMIC TILE SALES AND INSTALLATIONS  Box 65  Sechelt  Joe Jacques  Phone  885-3611  Binrs DRVUMLL  No job too big or small   ��� Machine taping available  THE DUSTBUSTERS  Commercial and Residential Housecleaning  For Inquiries and Estimates  Phone 886-2758 Evenings Please  Established Services with References Available  Harbour Chimney Cleaning  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST  Fireplaces Furnaces Oil Stoves  803*8171       Customers Irom the 886 exchange call collect       J  ORGAN AND PIANO LESSONS YOU ENJOY  a Beginning at Age 3 & Older  JESSIE MORRISON  I6I4 Marine Drive, Gibsons     886-9030.  Mercury Sales & Service  Honda Sales & Service  J^^MARII  MARINA  RESORT  1 Sllverline, Campion & Lund boats  P.O. BOX 160, MADEIRA PARK, B.C. VON 2HO  883-2248  FIRST CHOICE BUILDERS L  8807539  .Custom Homes��� Framing��� Foundations  SUNCOAST TRUSS LTD. ��ZmJ  (Gibsons) 886-7318  Industrial Way, Seamount Industrial Park p q q.   74a  Residential & Commercial Roof Trusses Gibsons, B.C j  ���v  UPHOLSTERY  ALL REUPHOLSTEWNG DONE  Boat Tops & Seats  1339 Wharf Road.  Sechelt, B.C. 885-5216  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES  885-9973     Port Mellon to Ole's Cove     886-2938  Commercial Containers Available  , ��� To 68' high* 18 fl. Flatdeck  ��� Concrele bucket available  Winders, machinerv, beams.  p.*., p.ies. etc.     custom crane service  P. ft W. Ltd.  886-2312  PERMASEAL ALUMINUM  MANUFACTURING LTD.    ^ .*<  COMPLETE ALUMINUM WINDOW PRODUCTS _C*VC*  DOUBLE PANE WINDOWS FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION   O'.fK'  AND RENOVATION PURPOSES .���>"  885-3538 +  Sunrise Ridge Industrial Park. Airport Rd, Sechelt. B.C.  Design Drafting  886-7442  886.2086 GIBSONS LANES Hw>  101  OPEN BOWLING SUMMER HOURS  Saturday -7:00- 11:00 p.m. ri  Sunday - 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. '"*'  Suncoast Custom .   ��� Cars  MURALS and SIGNS     ' v��ns  ���  Rflaltfi  Commercial Work Welcome  Jo* Plres  Temporary Phono M*>Mai  * Trucks  TREE TOPPING  VIEW DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  Clean up your wooded areas.      Marv y0|en  Remove lower limbs for VIEW.      886-9597  Top tall trees adjacacent to building  IVOODZIN CONSTRUCTION LTD.  FOUNDATIONS ��� FRAMING   ��� FINISHING  P. Bruce Fraser 888-9088 Boi 1B96, sechelt  I PAINTING I  Pender Harbour  TAXI  883-2316  Professional Work At Reasonable Cost  ��J0E DAVIS  PAINTER & DECORATOR  Specializing In Wall Covtrlngs  R.R. 2 Lower Rd., Gibsons 886-8291  TOMOR FORMS  jf  & FOUNDATIONS!'  7*7*  Retaining  Walla  Frtt  Eatimataa  Guaranlttd Work  Form & Foundation Work  ���O*  Upholsterers  Serving Sunshine Coast  v883-9901 All Furniture - Marine - Boat Tops^  ' SCREENED TOP SOIL '  Clean black soil from Surrey   Have a look before you buy  Call 885-7496 Also haul sand gravel and fill  i MARNOR HOLDINGS LTD.  Terry Connor  886-7040  PAINTING CONTRACTU  Box 540, Gibsons, B.C.  WHEELER BUILDERS  ��� Custom Building to Lock-up or Completion stage  ��� All types ol building & renovations  Phone FrM EstlmatM  Roy Wheeler    88SJ4SS 886 9171  lecilljr MMtrftctimd  ��� concrete Septic Tanm  �� Distribution Bom  # Pump Tinki, Curbs, Patio Blocks  Bonniebrook Industrial Ltd. 886-7064  HARTLEY PAIHTIM  a DECoRATina ^  Brush, Roller & Spray  Alter 5 p.m.  886-8310  886-SS187  1%  Vu HaUlgtm Construction Ltd.  Custom homes, commercial and renovations  1  886-73S9  Conversion   Windows,  Glass, Auto & Marine  Glass, Aluminum Windows & Screens, Mirrors    Hwy 101 & Pratt Rd.  ^P.O.Box 1280   SECHELT, B.C. VON 3AO   886-2012 >  H. WRAY CONTRACTING  * Water, Sewer & Septic Systems  ��� Road Building, Sand, Gravel, Excavations  Phone  886-9614  STEVE HOFLEY  Natural & Cultured Stone Facings  House Fronts, Fireplaces  and Feature Walls  ALL WORK CONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED     606*0456  ) Coast News, June 23,1981  17  ��� Vana Parnell photo  Navy League Inspection, June 9, wis also Awards night tor csdets and wrenettes. Cspt. S. Alsgard,  CO, HMCS Discover, L. Cdr. W. Monks, Lt. S. Chenier, A CO, snd Midshipman, G. Morrow  ���inspect the corps, above. Leading cadet G. Gelinas received the best attendance sward snd Petty  Officer, 2nd class L. Chenier, the most improved cadet award. Best wrenctte was S. Skinner and ord.  wrenette M. Marcroft received the best attendance and most improved wrenette awards.  Christ's  service  ���"by Rev. George W. Inglis  "The harvest is plentiful, but  jfie labourers are few; pray  Jherefore the Lord of the  harvest to send out labourers  Into the harvest." (Luke 10:2  fcSV)  XThis was what the Lord Jesus  Christ said to his disciples, the  (72. whom he chose to go out  ;two-by-two into the Galileean  '.-itics and towns he was about  Jto canvass on his earthly  ���ministry.  ���,The evangelist Matthew, in  llje Gospel According to St.  .'Matthew,   reports   Jesus   as  \ using the same words, in a  j slightly different context.  In Matthew's account, Jesus  i himself had travelled all  'through the cities and towns of  im native land, "teaching in  ���their synagogues, and  ;preaching the gospel of the  'kingdom, and healing every  ; disease and infirmity." (Matthew 9:35, RSV).  V His commissioning to his  djsciplcs took place after that,  jlf Matthew's account, but in  ���.spite of their different construction, the evangelists agree  . oti some vital points:  ff,': There is much work to be  done, but far too few willing to  do God's work;  ,'2. A vital part of the work is  ' healing, and proclaiming the  1 kingdom of God to be a present  land real entity, not a vague  '.promise to be realized in the  future;  .3" The price of rejecting the  (messenger, whether it was  ���Jesus himself, or one of his  ���disciples, is a severe and harsh  ���judgement;  ���4. The plight of the people was  Such   that  Jesus   had  compassion on them, "because they  ���'were harrassed and helpless,  I like sheep without a shepherd,"  \ (Matthew 9:36, RSV).  15, In spite of their need, there  ���were  many who refused to  accept the messengers, or the  freaceof God which was offered  o them freely, preferring to go  along in their own way, arrogant but inadequate.  < "What else," you may very  God's labourers  move on  well ask, "is new about that? Is  it now going on today?"  And the answer would have  to be a resounding, "Yes!"  Speaking as one who has  been rejected, this columnist  has found conditions here on  the Sunshine Coast to be pretty  much the same as Jesus found  them in his own Galileean  countryside, 2,000 years ago.  And, trying to follow the  example set by Jesus, this  writer has compassion on those  who are, indeed, "harrassed  and helpless, like sheep without  a shepherd!"  The distressing part of the  situation, and certainly the  Sunshine Coast has no prerogative on confusion, harassment, futility and distress, is  that the answers are so simple  that they are overlooked���  "Love God, and love your  , neighbour."  In these two commandments, Jesus said, are wrapped  up all the wisdom and teachings of the prophets and Wise  men who carried t he message of  God to the Israelites ofthe Old  Testament.  Within them is also contained the teachings of Jesus  himself, and the response ofthe  apostles and founders of the  early church.  Within them is to be found  the motivating factors of such  saints as the early Christian  fathers, the revolutionists like  Martin Luther and John Calvin and Zwingli, the evangelists  like John Wesley, George  Whiteside, lighting the way of  the church through the ages.  So it becomes heart-breaking to people of good conscience who view today's scene,  with its vast parade of "instant  Egmont News  experts", electronic evangelists,  triumphalist and positive  "Christians" of every stripe and  posture, all of them convinced  they are the only ones who  know the truth, and disseminating it volubly and positively  in a confusing cascade of  theological contumely!  It becomes increasingly sad  as the observer looks for the  signs of the love and compassion which Jesus showed to  mankind, and which he underlined in the only commandment he gave us (the first  commandment, to love God,  having been given centuries  before).  Jesus said simply: "This is  my commandment, that you  love one another as I have  loved you. Greater love has no  man than this, that a man lay  'clown his life for his friends."  It is difficult to see signs of  obedience to this commandment in the welter of judge-  mentalism, triumphalism, arrogance and certainly that is  the climate of this beautiful  coast, like so much more ofthe  world today, in spite of the  message of scripture, and the  proclamation ofthe gospel here  in God's created wonderland.  The answer?  "Pray, therefore, the Lord of  the harvest to send out his  labourers into his harvest!"  Pray also that the labourers  will be worthy of their hire, and  the ones with whom they  labour will be receptive!  These labourers, man and  wife, have been called elsewhere and our prayers will be  with this verdant and golden  coast, for as long as we live.  May God bless you, and give  you peace!  Egmont organizes  WANTED  Used Furniture  and What Have You  US USED  We buy Beer Bottles  808-2812  by Jon Van Arsdell  A general meeting of the  Egmont Community Club took  place on Thursday evening of  this week. Attendance was  pretty good and discussion  was lively concerning refurbishing the interior of the  hall. It was Ole Gronkjacr's  motion to get the hall dry-  walled with 5/8" thick gyproc  from the floor to the ceiling  that was carried unanimously  by the members. Taping and  primer paint was included  in the estimate from Pender  Harbour Drywall. We will  panel the bottom six feet all  around ourselves to protect  the walls from damage during  sports events.  Also passing unanimously  were motions to allocate a  budget for the purchase of  new chairs and a budget to  to fix up the C.B.C. outshed  for storage purposes.  John Seabrook volunteered  to take Greg Deacon's place in  the hall management committee. That committee will be  looking at a leak in the roof  and doing an inspection on the  building's footings. Plans for  a smorgasbord were shelved  at least until the drywalling  is finished. President Billy  Griffith adjourned at 9:20 p.m.  Egmont's Mini-Thrift Store  is having a huge sale on  Wednesday, June 24th. It  will be another famous dollar  a bag day.  by Sandy Loam  Let's just not talk about  weather. Let's rather take time  to be thankful that we haven't  had the snow, fires, tornadoes,  floods, humidity and heat that  has plagued the rest of North  America.  Almost everyone has a few  friends who have old gardens.  Old gardens mean old plants,  suckers, seedlings and offshoots. These extraneous  plants, flourishing on their  own, merely clutter a well  planned garden and end up  tossed in lanes (this is the  reason the lanes in Gibsons are  so exceptionally beautiful) or  onto the compost heap for  recycling. It seems a waste  when perennials are so expensive.  When you visit your friend,  on a scrounging mission,  arrange to go when she is  tidying and you may garner a  great many plants. Gardeners  are notoriously generous but  what they hate to hear is "I'd  like to get that later" or "I'll  come back in the fall" because  that's what everyone says. This  puts her in the position of  trying to preserve that plant or  seedling and being unable to  complete her clean up at your  convenience rather than her  own.  Worse, if she knows you  want the plants, she may pot  them or set them in her nursery  and maintain them for you  while you forget about it.  For many years I have found  myself preserving these requests, hand delivering them  and, the final indignity, having  to do the planting job in their  new home. I have stopped this  and now ignore all such  requests until the person is  standing handily by, box and  trowel in hand. I have plants in  need of splitting which are no  longer producing flowers because I have waited. No more.  Keeping tabs on plant requests  has become too much trouble  and things are out of hand.  Scrounge gardens are really  great. They involve a small  amount of trouble and no  money. I know several people  whose entire lovely gardens  consist of scrounged and plant  sale goodies and the only  requirement is patience. Some  tips are: the plant roots will  probably not be too well  covered so pop them into the  ground as soon as you get  home. A short task that if left is  often forgotten. Most new  gardeners make a bigger production than is necessary. All  that needs be done is to grab a  trowel, make a hole or slash,  toss in the plant and firm with  foot.  The careful will add water  but the plant is still better off in  the ground than left to your  convenience. We're really talking a lot this week about whose  convenience should be pandered to and if you are planning a  new garden or mooching one,  the convenience should rarely  be yours.  A gardening friend of mine  has a lovely terraced garden  which is almost entirely scroun-  gee or moochee if you prefer. I  am no longer able to visit her  because she has the misfortune  to be living on Henderson  Road which is unsuitable for  car, bike, foot or horse, but we  communicate frequently by  phone, if the phones happen to  be in service. My friend has a 3  wheeled trail bike and is able to  negotiate her way out on rare  or emergency occasions so we  see each other about twice a  year. After about ten years of  diligent mooching (this includes all plant sales where the  bargains are always worth the  trip) her garden is delightful  and almost all of it from slips  and cuttings. She has Batchelor  Buttons, Pinks, Forsythia,  Hydrangea, Phlox, Lilac, Yucca, Rose of Sharon, tons of  Primroses and (hard to believe)  Azalea   and   Rhododendron  # THE UNITED CHURCH  CALVARY        %  #            OF CANADA  BAPTIST CHURCH   %  Sunday  Park Rd., Gibsons       ���  Worship Services  Paitor: Harold Andrews  ST. JOHN'S  Rei: 886-9163,  Davis Bay - 9:30 am.  Church: 886-2611  GIBSONS  Sunday School 9:30 a.m.  Glassford Rd. - 11:15 am.  Morning Service II :00 a.m.  Sunday School - 9:30 am.  Gospel Service 7 p.m.  Rev. Bob Scales  Prayer A Bible Study  Church Telephone  Thursday 7 p.m.  GIBSONS  PENTECOSTAL CHURCH  ST. BARTHOLOMEW A  ST. AIDAN  Cedar Grove School  ANGLICAN CHURCHES  Chaster Rd., Gibsons  Combined Service  Senior Paitor: Ted Boodle  1st Sunday 11:15 A.M.  in St. Bartholomew's  Youth Pastor: Jack Moch  Sunday School 9:30 a.m.  Morning Worship 11 a.m.  Evening Fellowship 7 p.m.  AD other Sondayi  Home Bible Study  Roberts Creek 9:30 a.m.  Phone 886-7268 or 886-9482  Family Holy Eucharist  Affiliated with the  Gibsons 11:15 a.m.  Pentecostal   Assemblies   of  Rector:  Canada  ROMAN CATHOLIC  SEVENTH-DAY  SERVICES  ADVENTIST CHURCH  Rev. Angelo De Pomp*  Sabbath School Sat. 10 a.m.  Parish Priest  Hour of Worship Sat. 11 a.m.  Timet of Maun  Browning Rd. & Hwy. 101  Saturday 5:00 p.m.  Paitor; C. Driebcrg  St. Mary's, Gibioni  Everyone Welcome  7:30 pm. Pender Harbour  For information phone:  (July 4 lo September 12 onlvl  885-9750 or 883-2736  Rtgular Sunday Matttt  9:00 a.m. Our Lady  of Lourdes Church  SECHELT  NEW LIFE  Sechelt Indian Reserve  ASSEMBLY  10:00 a.m. Holy Family  SERVICES  Church, Sechelt  in  12:00 noon St. Mary's Church  Sechelt Elementary School  Gibioni  1:00 pm Sunday  Confessions before Mass  Everyone Welcome  Reverend P. Brooks  Phone: 885-9526 or 885-5201  Pastor  GLAD TIDINGS  TABERNACLE  Gower Point Road  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  SOCIETY  Phone 886-2660  SECHELT SERVICES:  Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  Worship Service 11:00 a.m.  Sundays 11:30 am.  Evening Fellowship 6 p.m.  Sunday School 11:30 am.  Bible Study Wed. 7:30 p.m.  Wednesdays 7:00 pm.  All in United Church edifice  Pastor: Nancy Dykes  on main highway in Davit  REFORMED  Bay.   Everyone   it  warmly  CHRISTIAN  invited to attend.  GATHERING  Phone 885-3157 or 886-7882  Sechell                885-5635  i i\ Church Services 1  from layering and off-shoots.  Cuttings of most flowering  shrubs are easily and quickly  made by snapping off a branch,  dipping it in root tone, plunging it into the ground and  forgetting about it until the  following season. Presto....new  plant.  Scrounge gardens are particularly good for penny-pinching beginners who plan on  remaining in the same spot.  There is so much to buy with a  beginning garden and all  mooching requires is a ready  trowel, a nice smile and  patience.  Next Week: How to set out  your Rice Paddies!!  AblllDMi  CEDRR  unmFQ  nUllltfl     product of British Columbia  QUALITY LIVING WITH CEDAR  Every detail in a Lindal Cedar Home radiates gracious, yet sensible  living.  And every Lindal floor plan permits almost unlimited design  flexibility- Over 60 original plans are available. Each can be modified  to fit your particular needs and tastes. Or we can help you design  your very own plan.  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CALL collect 254-5494  804 Renfrew St., Vancouver V5K 4B6 18  Coast News, June 23, 1981  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIED ADS  Y:  Birth  Andy and Lee Alsager are  pleased to announce the arrival  of their daughter Caitlin Laura  on June I4th al St. Mary's  Hospital, weighing 7 lb. 9 oz..  thanks to Dr, Rutland and nursing  staff. #25  Arthur and Elizabeth and Robin  and Amy and Emily and Mary  wish to announce the arrival of  Eva, June IB. at home at Carlson  Point. Special thanks to Ghislaine  and Oael and Damien. #25  Obituaries  Beck. Passed away June 17,  1981, Am.I vvilhclm Beck, late  of Garden Bay in his 86th year.  Pre-deceased by his wife Alexandra in 1979, survived by his  loving family, one son Ernest of  Kokish. B.C., two daughters  Eileen Girard, Pender Harbour  and Arvida Mickelbcrry, Alberta;  seven grandchildren David Girard. Fay Williamson, Pender  Harbour, Gerald Girard, Vancouver, Cectle Girard, Kelowna.  Suzanne Snell, Maple Ridge,  Robert Nicholson, Alberta, Joyce  Deley, Vernon; five great-grandchildren, Stephen, Kelly Williamson. Lynette and Katrina Deley,  Ryan Nicholson; one brother  Nestor Beck and numerous  other relatives all in Finland.  Funeral services held Monday,  June 22 at St. Andrew's Anglican  Church, Pender Harbour; Reverend John Paetkau officiated;  interment Seaview Cemetery;  Devlin Funeral Home, directors.  Cormons. Mrs. Ruth Yolanda  Cormons, passed away in Nanaimo, June 18th, at the age of  61 years. She was a member of  the Women's Auxiliary to the  F.O.E. and is survived by her  husband Gus at home and sons  Allan and wife Karen (Stockwell)  Nanaimo. Terry ant. wife Kim  (Sechelt), daughter Judy and  husband Bart Rougeau, Nanaimo,  her mother Minnie Holmes]  four grandchildren, Janet, fturrid,  Christine Jensen and Grty*Kou-  geau; three brothers, Garth  Holmes, Rouyn, Quebec, Walter  and Tom Holmes, Vancouver;  two sisters, MtJna Gomm, Vancouver. Shirley McMillian, Kamloops; numerous nieces and  nephews. Funeral service will be  held in Ihe chapel of Mount  Benson Funeral Directors, Nanaimo, B,C, Tuesday June 23rd  at I p.m. Flowers are gratefully  declined; if friends so wish,  memorial donations may be made  to the Terry Fox Marathon of  Hope. #25  Hewson. Passed away June 19,  1981, Dorcen Hewson, late of  Sechelt in her 55th year. Survived by her loving husband,  Lome; two sons, Bill, Toronto  and Don, North Vancouver; her  parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward  Docker, Kamloops; and a cousin,  Loretta Kuffner, Regina. Funeral  service Wednesday, June 24 at  2:00 p.m. in St. John's United  Church, Davis Bay, Rev. R.  Scales and Rev. M. Dallman  officiating. Cremation. If friends  wish, remembrance donations  may be made to a charity of  donor's choice. Devlin Funeral  Home, directors. #25  Announcements  EAR PIERCING  Gibsun  Giri & Guys  8862120 Salon  BIM'S  DRYWALL  ��� No job tao big  or small  ��� Machine taping  available  TFN  \ cJANE'SYQ  \    TLB i- TOP    /      *  V    shop  ^J  A Full Line ol      W  Plumbing Supplies  Tues. - Sat.  9 a.m. - 5 p.m.  Gibsons  Hwy 101 �� Pratt Rd.  Anouncements  Holy land tour November  16th  12 days. Deluxe and complete.  For more info, phone: 886-2660.  #26  ATTIC ANTIQUES  Clothing Sale  50% off  Until July 1st  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 youT  Al Anon can help. Phone 6-9037  or 6-8228 TFN  DANCE students, teachers and  others requiring information on  Tap, Ballet, Aero, Modern and  Spanish Dance. Please phone  886-2989. TFN  Molly Mouse Day Care has  openings for children aged 3-5  yrs. 886-7307. #26  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  MEALS ON WHEELS  Available Mon., Wed.. Fri.  Gibsons, Roberts Creek  Call  886-7880   885-3351  Personal  Pregnant? Need help? Don't  have an abortion. We'll help.  Call Eileen 886-8525. #27  WANTED  Person to teach an individual  Arabic one or two evenings a  week. Box 8, Coast News, Box  460Gibsons.VONlVO.        TFN  California bound? Christian woman with daughter needs ride to  Northern Calif. 1st of Aug.  Will share with driving and cost.  Prefer Christian replies. Call  886-8669 #26  A.A. Meetings  Phone  886-9208  885-3394  or  886-2993  for Pender Harbour  883-9978  or  883-9238  For Sale: Miniature Apricot  Poodle Pups.  Phone  886-7378.  #27  Purebred German Shepherd Pups  8 weeks old. $100 each. Phone  evenings after 5,886-8453.     #27  TFN  Magus  Kennels  ��� Dog Boarding & Training  ��� CKC Champion & Obedience  Greal Danes  ��� Best Care on Peninsula  886-8568  PENINSULA  Open  for Boarding  all types of  dogs & cats.  Excellent  care given.  Now  S.P.C.A. Shelter  Open  9-11 am & 2-4 pm  for viewing  adoptive animals  or drop-off  of unwanted  animals.  Phone  886-7713  CASTLEROCK  KENNELS  ��� Boarding  ��� Grooming  ��� Puppies occasionally  Roberts Creek,  opposite Goll Course  885-2505  SPCA  SPAY  Clinic  and information  886-7938  Box 405  Gibsons, B.C.  O66aoocx  ELUNCHAM  STABLES  ��� Boarding  ��� Training  ��� Lessons  885-9969  Work wanted  TREE SERVICE  We   make   it  our  business  to  provide   you   with   satisfaction.  Our specialty:  ��� Topping  ��� Limbing  ��� Dangerous Tree Removal  Insured guaranteed services  Peerless Tree Service Ltd.  Call for free estimate 885-2109.  TFN  Design  Drafting  886-744*  J. LEPORE TILE  Quality Installations  Ceramic, Mosaic or Quarry  All work guaranteed  Free estimates  Phone Anytime  .    aa��-8Q97    ,  Raincoast secretarial  Office overload Service  and  Professional Out of Office  Typing  (Pick-up and delivery  available)  Patti: 888-8593  EVBS. 885-9888  "JEST COAST  PfllHTIHO  Phone  888-2883  Free  Estimates  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  Worn wanted 11 Help Wanted II Help wanted II wanted to Rent I    For Rent  S.P.C.A.  For Adoption:  Dogi: Bloodhound, Shepherd X  female spayed 2 years. Golden  Lab X female 1 year. Terrier X  male 6 months.  Cate ��� 1 calico spayed female  Manx. 1 grey & white spayed  female. 2 calico unspayed 1 long  haired. Several kittens males and  females.  Peninsula Kennels open to view  9-11 a.m., 2-4 p.m. or phone  886-7713. #25  Wanted: good home for 7 mos.  old fern. Sheepdog, gentle,  friendly, intelligent, partly trained, spayed, all shots, must have  lots of attention, pref. children.  885-5505 #27  uuestock  Barn and pasture for one horse  close to Gibsons. I feed and take  full responsibility for upkeep of  fences. Please write Box 1634,  Gibsons. #27  Stubben Siegfried Jumping Saddle. 161/." forward seat, in excellent condition. 885-9551.    #27  150 layer Chicks 10 weeks old.  $4.25 each. 886-7540 TFN  Milking Goat & 2 Toggenberg  doe kids, pony, meat birds.  885-2672. #26  HAY. S2.00 a bale. Phone evenings 885-9357 TFN  1 quarter horse mare, 1 kanata  mare and 1 pony to good homes.  886-9409 TFN  Carpentry and Contraction, renovations and repair!, decka and  patioa, framing and foundations.  Call Jim at 885-5643. TFN  THE MOPPETS  Housecleaning. springcleaning or  clean as you move out, a reliable  team of two cleaning and shining  faster than you ever thought  possible. Ex. refs. 886-701.1.  886-9847. #��,  Mechanic - certified by Mercury  Marine. Will repair your boat.  Merc, outboards and stern drives  a speciality. Call Tony: 885-5751  #25  Harbour Chimney Cleaning. Serving the Sunshine Coast. Fireplaces, furnaces, oil stoves, 883-  9171. Customers from the 886 exchange call Collect. TFN  NEEDTUNE-UIT  Experienced mechanic will come  to your car - any make. Reaa.  rates  call  Dominique   885-3317  anytime      TFN  Carpenter - new and renovations.  Reasonable rates and references.  886-7280 TFN  Qualified Painter. Reasonable  rates. Work guaranteed. 886-9749   TFN,  Fence building our specialty.  886-7540 TFN  Chimney sweeping and moss  spraying. 886-7540 TFN  Dependable licenced plumber.  New installations, renovations.  Call Bruce 885-5072. TFN  For your land and lawn scaping,  garden care call DEAN Ltd.  886-7540 TFN  Backhoe available. Gibsons area  preferred. Phone 886-9614 any  time. TFN  Commercial pilot seeking employment. 500 hrs. multi-engine,  land or sea. Class II instrument  rating. Call Rick (112) 921-9646.   TFN  Chimney Gcaning and maintenance. Ph. 886-7411 or 886-8023   TFN  Timberjack Skidder with operator.  Wire splicer available. 886-  2i5i,  TFN  For Explosive 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.   m.  Hardwood Floors resanded and  finished, work guaranteed. Free  est. Phone 885-5072 TFN  D6 Cat for hire. Phone leave  message 885-2873 TIT*  Dependable Carpenter available  now. Experienced in all facets ol  house construction, also small  plumbing  and  electrical  work  Phone 885-3847, #2j  Well divining, landscaping,  power-sawing, contract or hourly,  886-2547 after 6 p.m. 886-9526  daytime. #27  Taping and Texturing, basements  repairs, renovations, houses.  886-9291 #27  Handyman with pick-up, no job  too small. 885-2349. #25  Will babysit, any age. Phone  886-7166, ask for Tammy.       #25  Dependable experienced carpenter, renovations, eavestroughs,  greenhouses, sundecks, finishing  No job toot small, until 8 p.m.  886-7728 TFN  Small engine repair. All makes  of small gas engines, low cost,  quality work, call 886-7934  anytime. #27  Deck-hand $50-570 per day  M/F prawn and crab boat. Boi  766, Sechelt. #25  Full time and part time housekeepers required. Contact Jolly  Roger Inn. 885-5888. #25  Wanted: Builder for cottage  Sechelt area. Call Craig 327-9014.   #25  Wanted: Person Friday Mrmd.  through Fri. 8:00 1:00 duties are  ans. phone, typing, banking,  some bkpng. Reply in writing  Box 1118 Sechelt. State salary  und qualifications. #26  Driver-yard person witn Class 3  licence. Send resume to personnel department, Box 59,  Madeira Park. VON 2HO.     TFN  Night auditor required. Permanent full-time position. Seeking mature individual with basic  accounting experience. Reply in  writing to Jolly Roger Inn,  RR#1 Halfmoon Bay. #25  Part time clerical and store clerk.  Please send resume to Personnel  Dept., Box 59, Madeira Pk., B.C.  VON 2HO. TFN  Madill S.S. engineer, good opportunity for top producer. Phone  and leave message 885-2873. TFN  Short order cook. Apply 885-9212.  #25  Day care relief staff needed  immed. Contact Janet 886-7307  or Carol 886-9646. #26  BOB KELLY'S  ��� General Hauling  ��� Clean Ups  ��� Garbage Pickup  ��� Construction Site  Cleaning  RELIABLE SERVICE  Phone     888-2430  Leave messages  ttincoAM:  (��(g��  ��� Promotion  ��� Commercial  ��� Portraits  ��� Custom Work  886-2937  Sue Winters  needs  Dishwashers, Bus  People, Waitresses &  Housekeepers. Full  and/or Part Time  Apply in person or call  885-2232  SUNSHINE COAST  REGIONAL DISTRICT  PLANNING  DIRECTOR  The Sunshine Coast  Regional District has  an opening for a professional planner to  assume the management and administration of the planning  department.  The Planning Director  will assume the responsibility for the statutory planning function of the Regional  District including the  administration of the  land use and subdivision regulation bylaws, preparation of  settlement plans, preparing and submitting  planning studies and  reports and providing a  variety of information  to the public, developers, architects, engineers and government officials, and efficiently manage a  small staff in the discharge of such responsibilities.  The successful applicant will have at least  five years experience  in the field, and membership in either the  Planning Institute of  B.C. or Canadian Institute of Planners is  required.  Starting salary will be  in the area of $30,000  per   annum   and   an  attractive fringe benefit  package is offered.  Written applications  together with resume  should be forwarded to  the   undersigned   by  July3, 1981.  Mr. L Jardine  Secretary-Treasurer  Sunihlne Coast  Regional District  Box BOO  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  Aluminum Window Manufacturer  requires a sales rep. for the  Sunshine Coast. Applicant should  have experience in the window or  construction field. Remuneration  according to experience, minimum yearly income $35,000.  All applications will be confidential. For appointment call Laurie  at 888-2252. #25  Part-time relief child care worker  needed in community, family-  oriented, residential treatment  centre for children. Experience in  child care required. Please  submit resume to Director, Box  770, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3AO  before July 15th. 1981. #27  Reliable fulltime babysitter needed. For more information please  phone after five p.m. 886-2896.  #25  Waitresses: part-time and full  time. Apply at Seaview Gardens,  between 11:30 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.  #27   1   Homemakers required. Sechelt,  Halfmoon Bay and Pender Harbour area. Good relationship  and housekeeping skills. Must  have own transportation. 885-  5144. #25  Coach required for swim club  commencing Sept. Some experience in competitive swimming or coaching essential.  Call 886-7982. #27  I part-time qualified prep cook,  I breakfast cook, 1 waitress or  waiter, 1 bartender 5 nights a  week. Apply at Pebbles, Driftwood Inn, Sechelt. 885-5811.  #27  Sunshine Coast Community Services Society. Two child care  counsellors wanted to work  co-operatively with teachers  & teacher's aids at Gibsons  and Pender Harbour Alternate  Schools; to act as support to  students and to maintain liaison  with school, home and social  agencies. Car required. Send  resume to Alternate Education  Program, Sunshine Coast Community Services Society, Box  1069, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3AO.  #27  Mature caring person instruct  in woodwork and other crafts at  Sunshine Achievement Centre.  Paid position five hours daily.  Call Lois Jackson 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.  eves. 886-9156. #27  Temporary person with Autoplan  experience required for holiday  relief. Please reply in writing to  Boi 375, Sechelt, B.C. TFN  Evening waiter/waitress required  experience preferred. Please  phone   The   Heron   886-9021.  #2T  wanted  House needed for family of  three children, no pets, non-  smoker, non-drinker, refs. 886-  8003. #27  A one of two stall garage for  commercial use. Rent negotiable.  Phone office at 886-2281, 8:30 ���  6:30.        , #27  Wanted for Aug. or Sept. 1st  3 bdr. by family of 4. Roberts  Creek area. Long term. Reference  avail. 885-7265 #27  Two working girls want to rent  2 bedroom house, trailer or app.  Very urgent as have to move  June 30. Refs. if needed. Quiet  and responsible. Phone 886-8481.  #27  Garage or storage space in Gibsons or Sechelt area. Call Eileen  885-5821 days. #27  Urgently required - local electrician - family of 3 - requires  accommodation ��� please. 886-  9232. T. O'Sullivan. #26  2 or 3 bedroom basement home  Gibsons to Sechelt, up to $500  per month. Phone 886-7513  before 3:30 daily or anytime  weekends. #26  Responsible single male looking  to sublet furnished house for  July and August. Please call  Bob at 886-7911. #26  Furnished or unfurnished accommodation, either monthly or  yearly basis. Please call Beachcombers office 886-7811.        #26  Rental wanted near Gibsons for  couple, teacher and secretary.  No children, pets, non smokers.  Refs. Summer home Sept 1 -  June 30 acceptable. Call collect  984-9842 #26  Craftsman wishes to rent small  work space in Gibsons area.  Call 886-9318  #26  Desperately need 2 or 3 bdrm.  apt. or house for July 1st Gibsons  to Sechelt. 886-7993. #25  2 or 3 bdrm. waterfront house for  1 yr. starting anytime from July  1 - Sept. 1. Phone collect 112-  224-6720 eves after 8 p.m.      #26  For Rent  COMMERCIAL SPACE  1600 sq. ft. prime retail space  available June 1. 885-2522,  885-3165 eves. TFN  Store or office space. Approx.  1500 sq. ft. located at Hwy. 101  & Francis Peninsula Rd. in  Pender Harbour. Day 883-2533  nights 883-9933 TFN  CASH FOR LOBS  tod Prices  Free Estimates  D & 0 LOG SORTING  LTD.  886-7896 886-7700  Swing slide monkey bar. Call  EUeen 886-8525. #25  Old console Radio 1930-40, condition not important. Reply to  Box 562, Gibsons. #27  Used mobile home. Sechelt area.  Call Craig 327-9014 #25  Your unwanted barn, house, etc.  Clean up and removal at no  charge to you. 885-3310 #26  House on Sunshine Coast in trade  for 4 bdrm. home in Port Coquitlam. Phone 886-9159 or 941-3841,  PoCo. #25  Older furniture, china etc. bought  or sold on consignment. Harbour  Antiques, 1585 Marine Dr.,  Gibsons. 886-7800 TFN  F & L Contractors. Standing  timber. Any amount. Fair prices.  Good clean up. Lou LePage  886-9872 or 886-7833. TFN  Delivered sawdust, shavings, for  stable, 885-9969 TFN  The Coast News is looking for  back copies to complete their  files. Issues missing are from  June to December in 1976. Anyone wishing to donate, please  phone 886-2622 and we will pick  up. Thank youl TFN  1200 Sq. Ft.  Commercial  Shop Space  For Lease  Hwy. 101, Gibsons  8869414  OFFICE SPACE  Very reasonable lease  requirements for 2nd  floor location.  Sizes available  from 880 sq. ft. to  4500 sq. ft.  Air conditioned, carpeted mall location.  SPACE  AVAILABLE  IMMEDIATELY  Phone: 886-2234  886-7454  Semi-waterfront Granthams, 1 65  2 bedrooms, Franklin fireplace;  garden, adults, no pets. $350t  886-2781 or 886-2344. #2i  De luxe 3 bedroom duplex id  Roberts Creek. No pets. References please. Lease required.  Available 15th July. $450.00  monthly. Reply Box 12 Coast .  News. Box 460 Gibsons. B.C. #25;  Prime commercial space for -  lease. Excellent location for'  pharmacy and related stores.,  Presently under construction in J  Gibsons, available appr. Ocr;  1981. Contact: Mr. George;  Giannakos 886-2268 or Vane  669-1147 #25-  4 bedroom waterfront house..  no pets, references, $700. per  month. Call Hans, Lord Jim's  Lodge 885-2232. #25;  Almost completed, spacious, luxury, 2 bedroom, ground-level  suite in quiet home one mile from  shopping on North Rd. Carpets,  drapes, fridge, stove, washer,  dryer. All utilities included except telephone. Clean responsible'  adults only. No pets. Rent $450  to $500 per month. First and last'  month's rent in advance. Avail-'  able soon. Inquiries at 886-2406.  #25  20' Motorhome for Rent. $350  wk.lOUil. 885-7527 #27!  Motorhome for rent by day Or'  week, phone for particulars  886-9792. #25 ���  2 BR house for rent ��� Gibsons  available   July 1st.   $450   per  month. Phone 885-2057 after,  6p.m. #25;  Pender Harbour. 2 Bed. smuij'.  cottage, suit single or couple. No .  pets. Call, 883-9923 ��27 '  2 BR summer cabin on Garden.  Bay Lake. Beach, wharf, row boat  fully furnished incl. dishes,  light & heat. Reserve now;  $125 week. 883-9181, 521-5140,'  521-2401. #25.'  House at Irvines Landing over";  looking Lees Bay. TV. fireplace.;  extra fish fridge, 2 bedroom _  sleeps six easily. Avail June till  October. You supply food, linen' -'  everything else there. $245 per,  week. Special rate for 1 month or.  longer. Phone 939-0559 #25  1 BR garden suite, suitable for  1 person, non smoker, no pets.  Fridge, stove, washer, dryer. ;  First and last month's rent, int  advance. $400 per mo. including  utilities, available July 15, 885- ���  2387after6p.m. #27  Room and board avaLkle V'  clean working men. Phone*  886-2137. TFN-  Community Hall for rent iji_  Roberts Creek. Phone Bill Gros"e ���  885-9237 TFN:  19 in. Colour T.V. JZS. per mo.. 3 '  mo. min. 26 in. consoles $30. per'  mo. J & C Electronic, 885- 2568   '   f/TFN :  SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES  Peninsula Hotel 886-9334      TFN  RENT-A-BAY1  YOU FIX 1T1  We supply you with a bay area, ���  floor jacks, jack stands, creepers.'  Bring your own tools. $5.00/hour. '.  Phone 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. 886-2020.',  Crucil Rd. TFN  Eight miles north Sechelt older'  waterfront cottage needs winterizing and reinstallation of hydMl;  line, ideal for handyman atid  wife. Rent negotiable. Ref. req'i  Box 5, Coast News. Box 460,  Gibsons, B.C. #25*-:  Freebies  COMMERCIAL  SPACE  FOR RENT  Cedar Plaza  Gibsons  Up to 1600 tq. ft. of  prima   Retail  floor  apace for reasonable  leaae rates.  Good   location   for  Men's   Wear,   Ladies'  Wear, Jewellry store,  etc.  Please contact  886-2234  886-7454  Free to good  home:  year old ;  purebred male Maltese. 886-7736 ���  #25|  Free to good home 5 month old j  Shepherd cross pup. Loves kids.!  886-7934. #27  Free to good homes - Lab - Border ���  Collie cross ��� puppies ��� 4 weeks.'  For more information call Ruth '.  Madoc-Jones 885-9027 #27;  Free 6 months Border Collie X'  Lab. 885-5572. #25 J  ROCKS 4 BOULDERS  Free for the taking. Haul away  at your expense. Redrooffs Road. ���  Phone collect: 985-4208.        #25  J fop sale  For Sale  Coast News, June 23, 1981  19  Automotlue  IGV  WOOD HEATERS  and furnaces  Sales and Service  H. Himmel  Hwy. 101, W. Sechelt  .     885-2113    m  i���UMBER FOR SALE������  Rough sawn lumber. Grades for  fencing, construction and boat!  Yellow cedar, red cedar, fir,  hemlock. Inquire weekdays, 9 - 4.  Copack Industries limited, Hillside Sawmill. Visit us beside  Avalon near Port Mellon or phone  926-7318. TFN  PLEXIGLAS  W.W. Upholstery  �� Boat TopsJ.td.  Glbaona 886-7310  HOT TUB?  Do it yourself. Fiberglass, redwood and vinyl. Solar collectors,  H&S Contracting. 885-3825  TFN  Finest selection of custom-made  drapes on the Sunshine Coast.  Ken Devries & Son 886-7112,  885-3424. #26  TONY'S  UNIQUE RESTORATIONS  BRASS A ANTIQUES  Pedal stools. Sinks. Leaded  glass. French Doors. Demolition.  Brass Tap*. Chandeliers. Wall  Sconces. Red Brick. Oak Floors.  Beautiful accessories 50 years &  older. 3662-4th Ave., Vancouver  TFN  1980 V�� (on mail van white.  Tel. #883-2297 #25  Competitive quotes on custom  carpet installation given to  contractors & home-builders.  Ken Devries & Son. 885-3424,  886-7112. #26  100 3il0zl5 ft. Beams $15 ea.  650 bf prestained Haida skirl  cedar bevel siding $500. Old  Singer sewing machine $200.  Oval bevelled mirror wood  frame $150. Radial arm saw  $410 1 cord plus seasoned split  fir $50. Giant moving sale, all  must go. 883-2606. #26  Three rolls wire fencing approi.  165 ft. each $25.00 each. One  come-along $50. Bedroom suite  with headboard $250. 885-3494.  #25  Volkswagen powered portable  sawmill, eicellent condition,  span parts etc. Write boi 1074  Gibsons, B.C. #27  Twin youth beds $50 pr., 2 ruga  $20 & $25. New fully louvred bl-  fold doors, half price. 886-8651.  #27  PUMPS PUMPS PUMPS  Commercial a Residential  Sump, Sawagt &  Effluent Pumps  Construction Equipment  885-5922  Appliances  have good guaranteed  rebuilt appliances.  Less than hall  new price.  Call Collect Anytime  883-2648���>  COAST  POWER CLEANING  ��� Steam CleaninK  ��� Pressure Washing  ��� Sand Blasting  ��� Industrial Painting  885-9316  Green Onion  Stereo  884-5240  Dunham Rd., Port Mellon  Inglis multi-cycle auto washer,  excellent condition. Guaranteed  & delivered. $250. Phone 883-  -2��8 TBL  Powerful horse manure: you load  $15.885-9969. TFN  Appliances, Furniture, TV'a,  Stereos etc. DISCOUNT PUCES)  Kern's Home Furnishings, Set-  view Place, Gibsons. 886-9733   TFN  ELECTROLUX  Vacuum cleaners - nig snampoo-  ers for demo, sales and service.  Contact Stella Mutch 886-7370  serving the Sunshine Coast. #26  BOAT HMiLine  W.W. Upholstery  �� Boat Tops Ltd.  Qlbaona  886-7310  TUPPERWARE - your guarantee  of quality - keeps food at peak of  freshness - pretty and practical.  Phone Louise Palmer 886-9363#29  Aristocrat 16 ft. Camper Trailer  2 propane tanks canopy H-tank,  fully contained, sleeps 4. $1,000.  Ph. evgs. 886-7260. #25  Chesterfield and Chair. Phone  886-7319.' Asking $150. #26  light beige fold-down bed-  chesterfield, excellent condition  $75. Gold contemporary easy  chair re-upholstered $50. 885-  5252. #26  THERMAX  WELD-ALL IND.  Beat the High Cost of Heating  Custom Made Wood Stoves  PHONE 886-8466  INSULATION  AND ROOFINB  MATERIALS  FOR SALE  PENINSULA ROOFING ���  INSULATION LTD.  885-37W  ELECTROHOME  SALES 8, SERVICE  i Year W,lrr,inly  UNSHINE  COAST T.U.  OCEANSIDE  POOLS  VINYL LINED SWIMMING POOLS  ALUMINUM  ft STEEL WALLS  HOT TUBS ft SPiS  Sales, Service, Installations  Fully Guaranteed  Ten Ytara Eipartence  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone  Bob Green  Box 1184, Sechelt.  TARPS  W.W. Upholstery  * Boat Topa Ltd.  Glbaona 886-7310  The WOOD SHED  Is now taking orders for  FIREWOOD  Stock-up now for next winter  Phone SM-aotM  Garden hay mulch. 10 bale  minimum. $1 50 each bale. 20  bales $1.25 each. 886-7377 or  886-9409 TFN  BOOK SEARCH       "  available  We stock books on Philosophy,  Music, Art and Poetry.  ATTIC ANTIQUES  Hwy 101, on the hill, Gibsons  TFN  Gas water htr. $75. 60 amp. pole  $40. 105 comics $25. Cold cure  epoiy $55 gal. Braided 8' x 12'  oval rug $80. 4" planer $125.  10 hp Rototiller $500. '71 Fargo  Van $12001. Marine hdwr. steel  roofing, firewood. 885-7255.   #25  For Watldna Quality Products ���  Phone Harry Collins at Davis Bay.  885-3302. #27  2 bedroom house to be removed  from aite In Lower Gibsons.  Contact Mr. George Giannakos  886-2268 or Vane. 669-1147    #25  Left-handed Guitar Kustom Two  pickup semi hollow, beautiful  action with velvet hard-covered  case $200. Ask for Peter. 886-  2883 #27  1978 De hue Lionel Tent Trailer  fully equipped 3-way fridge,  stove, heater, awning, etc. Excellent condition. Sleeps 8.  886-7736 #27  Frostfree side-by-side Fridge  freezer works well $415. Propane  tank (4 ft. ht. cylinder) $50.  3M Copier as new, 051 model  $150. Braun coffee grinder $15.  886-2513 #27  Used GE Fridge with excellent  freezer in good working condition $100. Ph. 886-8341       #25  FIREWOOD  $50 per truckload, split and  delivered. Call 886-7142.        #27  MACLEODS SECHELT for hot  water tanks and Hotpoint appliances. #25  GARAGE SALE JUNE 28th.  11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Watch for signs  on Pratt Rd., cribs, beds, drapes,  various household items.       #25  Console solid state 26" colour  TV $199. Combination radio/  stereo b.o. 886-7710 #25  Stihl Chainsaws 041 $250 2-051  $300 each 075 $325. Spiral staircase, wrought iron, 8 ft. plus with  handrail, needs assembly $450.  Cobra rock drill 5 drills $350.  Barn shakes $40/sq. 885-3429 #2-7  YARD SALE Metcalfe Rd.,  Roberts Creek, June 28th,  10 a.m. weather permitting.  2 fridges, weedeater, glass  windows. #25  '78 Mini sunroof 41,000 km,  good condition $3400 OBO. Phone  886-7135 #27  17' Sangster with trailer 70 hp  Mercury OB 75 hrs. 5 hp Volvo  OB 10 hrs. Lots of extras. $4500.  Phone 883-2228. #27  SELL OR SWAP  Prof. 16 mm Movie Camera,  Bolei Reflex, Switar lenses,  range finder, light meter, leather  case, filters, dozens of extras  including editor, H.D. Ford diesel  (Osco) with V-drive, better than  new cond., sleeved cylds., heavy  flywheel, Inspect before assembly  3/32" sheet copper, assorted  sizes.  Need: 6 or 7 longshaft OB, rec.  rm. furniture, 4x8 pool table,  old  slot  roach,   or?   883-9401.  #25  Ready Made  To Hang  Curtains  24" * 36" Lengths  In Stock  SEW EASY  Trail Bay Centra  YEAR END  SALE  Bedding Plants  3 for *i.oo  Perennials  Va price  Shrubs &  Ornamentals  30% of ��  Ttlttore  885-2760  GIBSONS CHRISTIAN BOOKS  AMD CRAFTS  1589 Marine Drive, Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-9077 for enquiries or  mail order service.  To Personal Shoppers: Free  Album (or tape) with minimum  $10.00 purchase (limited choice,  while they last). #25  Two Boys' three-speed bikes  $40each. 886-7890. #25  Complete oil fired hot water  heating system consisting of  ,'urnace, tank and 4 radiators  (older style) and piping. Best  o'Ter by June 30 takes. 886-2738.  #25  250 gallon water tank. $100.00.  SO gallon Aquarium $30. 8"  heavy ganvanized smoke pipe  double stainless steel kitchen  sink $20. 2 700 15" Dodge truck  wheels with tires $20. Free  Kittens! 886-8060. #25  Persian Rug  Its size is4'6"x7'4"  and Its origin Is  Qum. The pile  comes from the  finest Goat's Down  and has Silk bordering. The warp  and weft is cotton.  Phone 885-7538  1 Thor electric Winch mounted on  checker plate bumper for Font  P-up Fairleads cable & controls -  1 freight canoe 15 ft. long, 3'/. ft.  wide, hardly used 886-9810  evenings. #25  Never used Columbia garden  tractor 15 hp Briggs Stratton,  new battery, cab plow and attachments. Call 886-2444. #27  Yashica Camera needs minor  repair $80.00. Electrolux vacuum  all attachments included $100.  Baseboard heater $20. Popcorn  popper $10. Turntable and  speakers $100. 886-7671 #25  Steel two pedestal office desk  vinyl top, full suspension drawers  $100. Phone 886-7415 8-9 a.m. or  5:30to 7:00p.m. #25  W.W. Upholstery  & Boat Tops Ltd.  All Supplies for the  DO-IT-YOURSELFER  Qlbaona 886-7310  SUNNYCREST FABRICS  SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS  Phone  ,,,   886-2231  Gssnsm  MULCH HAT $1.50 bale. Phone  evening 885-9357 TFN  Used building materials, windows, doors and plywood. Rough  sawn 2x4, 2x6. Crestwood sink-  kitchen unit $150. 885-3310.  #26  1974 Dodge maxivan w/w carpet  air-con., cassette tape deck four  speakers, CB radio, sleeping  units $2500 OBO. 883-2736  5 p.m. #26  Looking for  FOAM?  Mattresses, Chips  Cushions  W.W. Upholstery  I Boat Topa Ltd.  Qlbaona 886-7310  Swim - Spa  'ool and Spa  SIASIDI-.  886-7017  or 886-7760  Westwurld  Sound *  Centres  dO pioneer  MCMIP  Yamaha  Rjam   Appliances  Ml��)   DEALER  COST  plus 10%  Next to the  Bank of Montreal Building  Sechelt  885-3313  Iron Bedstead complete with Blue Datsun B-210 automatic  springs and mattress. Double (Immaculate) 20,000 miles. 885-  size. $50.886-9122. #26   5447.  #27  '72 Mustang 69,000 mi. 6 radials,  good cond. $2800. 885-3818,  885-3535. #25  3 brand new 165x13 Michelins  $90 value/$55 each. Baycrest  15.4 cu. ft. freezer as new $225.  4 good used 165x13 Michelins on  BMW rims $200. Eves. 886-  2694. #26  Sears electric chainsaw price new  $84.95 sell $45. include file;  spinning wheel as new $165;  ash sideboard with mirror and  leaded glass doors $170 OBO.  Phone 886-9472 #26  24' flat deck ramp trailer 10,000  GVW, electric brake $2750.00.  16 hp diesel farm tractor, attachments $3,100. Thomas 700  Bobcat $3,000 OBO. 7 sq.  roofing shingles $150 delivered.  4' glass display case $200 delivered. 885-3903 evenings.    #25  Trailer hitch, anti-sway bar,  trailer brake control, 2 side view  mirrors, winter chains, 'extra'  gas container, child's car seat,  bumper chair, portable sewing  machine. Call 886-7298 evenings  only. #26  Camper for import truck, new  camper jacks $1,800. 886-7413.  #26  FREE KITCHEN DESIGN  SERVICE!  Carpets I Vinyl I Ceramics I Appliances I Cabinets I Teredo Carpet & Home Centre 885-2601,  885-7520. TFN  I lost my prescription glasses in  Ken's Lucky Dollar June 14th.  They have blue wire rims and  darken in the sun. If you find  them please leave them with the  Coast News. My eyes would love  you for it. Pis. return ��� no questions asked I #25  Gold-coloured Wrist Watch,  make - Cardinal with date dial -  between Bals Lane + Gibsons  Bldg, Supplies. Reward. 885-9278  #25  Missing: From Reed and Harvey  Rd. Granthams - child's "Big  Wheels" 3 wheeler. Reward for  info leading to return. N.Q.A.  Please ph. 886-2108. #25  Selma Park area, smoky-grey  full-grown neutered male Cat.  Daytime: 886-9077. Evenings:  886-9567. #25  One moonstone plus silver  necklace - Super Valu or Cedar  Plaza Meat Market. Reward.  886-7540. #26  Denim jean coat size 9 $10  reward. No questions asked.  Phone evenings 886-9839.'     #25  Automotlue  TRAILER HITCHES  Reese,   Eaz-Tow   and   custom  hitches.   Call   Terry   at   Coast  Industries,   Gibsons.   886-9159.  TFN  '73 Super Charger 400 4bbl.,  3 speed automatic, new paint,  new rubber, engine overhaul -  50,000 mi. Call 885-9588 after  5 p.m. #25  1979 Dodge 1 ton, dual wheels,  flatdeck. V-8 auto., PS & PB,  20,000 km. Rebuilt. $5,500.  886-8414. TFN  .M.��=.i..,..��.....,.��.i1fr  Has Vour Rabbit  lais Its Hop?  Come in and see Herman  Vandebcrg. 20 years Volkswagen Specialist - Factory  trained.  S.BBTB CfAST  PBKB MUM IT*  Hours ol Service  8 am - 5 pm    885-3281  VtW.tUBDOStOCh  1972 Dodge Fargo Van, V. ton  slant-6, 3-speed, auto. $1,800  OBO. Phone 885-5631 #27  1976 Chev V. ton Van 53,000 mi.  350 V-8 PS, PB, tilt wheel,  $4,500 OBO. 886-2162. #27  1974 Triumph TR-6, 65,000 mi.,  mint condition in and out. Complete sound system. $4,500 OBO.  885-3313. #27  '72 Volvo wagon 4-speed, mechanically eicellent ($2,000 of  recent work all bills kept) great  transportation, good gas mileage  $2,850or best offer. 886-7728. #27  1972 Chevelle 307 V-8 body  fair, runs very well, all around  good car $1500 or best offer.  886-75.72. #27  1975 Pontiac 4-door, automatic,  PS/PB, mounted snow tires incl.  Asking $2,200 but open to offers.  886-7937 #27  '72 Torino S.W. 71,000 ml.  Good body, tires, PS/PB, new  muffler, brakes,-air cond., very  comfortable, very reliable $600 or  best       offer.       885-5505.#27  1969 Ford 1-ton E300 Van V-8  302 STD, insulated & panelled.  $1100.886-7728. TFN  1973 AMC Hornet 4-dr��� auto.,  clean, runs well. $950. 886-8347.  #27  Rusty '74 Datsun P.U. A-l mech.  $550.885-3716 #25  1976 Camaro LT, cruise, tilt  steering AT, PS, PB, AM/FM  cassette, radials,. good cond.  $5000 OBO. Ph. 886-9902       #25  '77 Olds station wagon PS, PB,'  P/windows, p/door locks,  p/seat, cruise air tilt AM/FM  stereo etc. Will consider '/. ton  P.U. in trade $5495. 886-7481  after 6 p.m. #27  69-Cortina 2 Dr., low miles. Good  all round. $650.00 - Bill - 883-9923  #27  69 Envoy Auto - Good running  order $495.00 - Bill - 883-9923   #27  '69 Ford Econoline E-300,302 V-8  insulated and panelled. Good and  reliable. $1100 or best offer.  886-7728. #27  1973 MGB Green. Newly rebuilt  motor, good car. 883-9342.    TFN  '69 Traveleze 17'/i ft. Trailer  w/shower $2500. '69 Datsun  P/U $800. '64 VW $500. '65 Chev  1-ton f/deck $1200. 883-2606  #26  1974 Valiant slant six 74,000 m.  Very good trans. $1,400 OBO.  Phone 886-8561 between 6 & 7  p.m. #26  1968 Corvette rag top, PS, PB,  PW, new 327/380 hp, new turbo  400 automatic, new tires, new  exhaust, new top, new brakes,  much more, $9000 firm. 886-7320  #26  1965 Oldsmobile F-85 two-door,  400/4 barrel, fair condition, very  reliable $500. Phone 886-7320 #26  1970 Hornet $500, some rust,  runs good. 1968 Acadian for parts  307 eng. trans. $200. 886-7055.  #26  1967 GMC J/. ton PU truck as la  $500. Call wkends. only 883-9259.  #26  1973 LTD station wgn. PS, PB,  PW, $1200. 885-9815. #26  1978 GMC Rally Wagon, ei-  cellent cond. Only 7,500 ml.  886-2410 TFN  LYNX GRANADA  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  EXPERIENCE  Houra ol Service  8 am - 5 pm   885-3281  SBBTB CMIT  PBKB uuh tn  180 Jeep CJ7 V-8 automatic  power steering, soft top. Asking  $8900. Ph. 885-9215 or 885-  2273. #26  1980 Firebird Esprit, 39,000 km.  PS, PB, PW, TS, velour int.,  AM/FM 8 track stereo. Like new.  $8,900 OBO. 886-8696.   #25  '76 F250 4x4, PS, PB, 4-spd, 300  6-cyl., stereo AM/FM cassette.  Needs $500 body work. $3500.  886-8282. #25  1970 Ford F1004x4, 74,000 miles.  Well maintained. $2100. 885-  5287. #25  1965 T-Bird black c/w bl. vinyl  roof, bl. int. all power exc. A/C  needs paint. $1395 OBO. 886-  2492. #25  '68   Nova  350  4   barrel Mto  headers,   dual   exhaust, nice  shape, needs work. $800. 886-  9700. #25  Motorcycles  '71 Triumph motorcycle 500  completely rebuilt, new paint,  immaculate condition. Must be  seen. Phone 885-5906. #25  Campers & RVs  '75 23 ft. Travel Trailer ducted  furnace, full bath, Ig. awning,  hitch, low mileage. TV antenna  $6800. Good condition. 886-  8442. #25  Big boat trailer for 26 foot boat.  Camper "Boler" 1974. Tiller,  canoe, new, 8 hp and T.V.  antennae. 885-9772 after 5 p.m.  #27  15' trailer - stove - ice box -  sleeps 4, spare tire needs some  Madoc-Jones 886-9027. #27  For Sale 30 ft. deluxe Terry  travel trailer, only used 2 months  by non-smokers. Asking $16,500  or near offer. Enquire at Space 38  Madeira Marina, Madeira Park.  #28  For sale 35 ft. Layton trailer  with tip out furnished, tub  shower, toilet, furnace, oven  fridge, large propane tanks  Open to offers 886-8363 o  886-8276. #21  Dodge maxi van Camper 3-way  fridge, stove, oven, furnace,  toilet, low mileage, immaculate  condition. 886-2779. #26  1968 Skylark travel trailer Bleeps  6 - toilet, stove, fridge, heater,  propane tanks incl. $2500 OBO.  Must sell, weekdays only 988-  0254 - occasional weekends  885-7274. #26  TRAILER HITCHES  Reese,    Eaz-Tow    &    custom  hitches.   Call   Terry   at   Coaat  Industrie.,   Gibsons.   886-9159.  TFN  '74 15' Glenelle hoi. trailer,  fridge, stove, furnace, toilet,  sleeps 6, good cond. 1 blk. up  Norwestbay Rd. Ph. 885-3325. #24  1978 deluxe Lionel Tent Trailer,  fully equipped, 3-way fridge,  stove, etc. Sleeps 8. Excellent  condition. Best offer. 886-7736 .  #24  RENT-A-CAR  RENT-A-TRUCK  1981 1-Ton Truckt  c/w 12' Vans  1981 F-250't  3/4 Ton Pickups  1981 Fairmonts  1981 Mustangs  5 Ton Truck. 22' Box  Hydraulic Tailgate  DAILV WEEKLY  MONTHLV  COMPETITIVE RATES  ���ABBA���  LEASE RENTALS  SOUTH COAST FORD  885-2131  Across from Benner's  Furniture. Sechelt  mobile Homes  1977 Kustom Koach 30' model  300D top of the line factory  deluxe everything c/w equalizer  hitch and mirrors. New brakes  city test last year. $18,000 OBO.  885-5976. #25  1975 like new 12 i 68 3 bdrm.  12' 117' living room, new carpet,  8' i 16' covered fiberglass  sundeck, 4' x 8' porch at back  door. Fully set up and skirted In  Comeau's Mobile Home Pk.  North Rd. Can move in while the  paperwork's being done. $27,000  OBO. 886-9581. #27  MOBILE HOMES  FOR SALE  12' x 52' Statesman  2 Bedroom  Fridge &. Stove  Very Clean  1 Owner  ���17,900  Delivered and Set Up  on your lot or in our park  10* x SO* Blltmore  1 BR - Possible 2  8' x 18' Add-on Room  Fr. & New Stove  New Furnace  New Cupboards  Carpet In L.R. - Hall  &M.B.  Set up In Local Park  A very clean Home at  $12,500  SUNSHINE COAST  MOBILE HOME  PARK A SALES  Hwy 101, Gibsons  886-9826  Mobile Homes  Mobile Home 12 x 68, 3 bedrooms, 4 appliances. Additions  include: workshop 10 x 22; bedroom family room 12 x 20 with  airtight wood stove; entrance  storage porch 8 x 12; metal  storage shed 8x8; decks, large  fenced yard, vegetable garden,  fruit trees. Set up in Sunshine  Coast Trailer Park, No. 39.  886-8571 #25  MOBILE HOME  SALES I SERVICE  Big Maple Motel  Davis Bay  885-9513  D.I.. 6925  Coast Mobile  Homes Ltd.  GOOD  SELECTION OF  DOUBLE WIDES  we Me trades  or  Consign your Mobile  Home to us for  Gulch sale  Hwy. 101  (a"0Ss from Benner's  ,,. -,_- Furniture)  885-9979       mdl nn  Marine  16' Crestliner F.G. Runabout,  Roadrunner Trailer, 40 hp Merc.  Excellent condition. S2475. Allen:  886-9410 #27  ���73 Tolly 24' flying BR 225 hp  LB frwe. VHF radio, trim taba,  sea steps, bait tank, rod holden,  Furuno spr. compass winch  anch. tac. head, stove, sips, four  24T tandem tr. Both is new.  121,000.00. 885-3579 evenings.  19'/. ft. Cabin Cruiser, fiberglass  over plywood. Depth sounder,  toilet, stove, anchor with 300 ft.  '/. in. poly, trailer, swap for 14 ft.  alum, boat with 10 or 20 hp or sell  for 11,800.883-9450. #27  38* A-lic. west coast Troller  Yamanaka glass hull, insulated  and glassed hold, all alum,  rigging, poles k mast. Most  electronics Ashing, Queen Charlotte Islands. $145,000.00. Phone  885-2002 any time. #26  Reinell, all elements of big boat  in this 23' cruiser. Galley, head,  sleeper dinette, forward cabin,  hanging locker, bow anchor  locker, canvas covered cockpit,  teak interior, plus CB, sounder,  compass, tabs, grid and much  more. Ready to go on 26' tandem  trailer/brakes. $20,000. Phone  883-2542 #26  19' cabin Boat, fiberglass over  wood. Needs work. $800 OBO.  Ph. 886-7994 #26  17' Davidson Sailboat, FB 4'/. hp  motor, 3 sails & extras. $3650.  898-9728. #25  16' LWL clinker Lifeboat with  deck and cabin. Semi-converted  for sail. Best offer. 885-2424.  #26  17 ft. Bowrider, soft tp. sleeper  seats, 1977 Evinrude, power tilt  & trim, 18 gal. tank, faat boat.  $4500 with trailer. 883-9389.   #25  Conveniently located year-round  supervised  moorage.   883-2424.  #26  12 ft. double fiberglas hull  and trailer. $225 OBO. 885-3718  eves, till 8p.m. TFN  HIGGS MARINE  SURVEYSLTD  Insurance claims, condition and  valuation surveys. Serving the  Sunshine Coast and B.C. Coastal  Waters. Phone: 885-9425. 885-  9747,885-3643.886-95*,      TFN  AB Haddock Boat moving.  Licensed and fully Insured.  Hydraulic equipment. Phone 883-  2722 daya. 883-2682 eves      TFN  1980 7.5 hp Merc outboard engine  c/w 5 gallon tank used only 1 hr.  as aux. $650. Phone 886-8481  eves. #25  Property  LOT FOR SALE  Creekside Park: Lot 120. Urge  building lot with paved street!,  city sewer, cablevision, hydro  4 water. Attractive assumable  loan at 14% interest $38,000.  886-8228. #27  ttlKWC   SlWAtit     1KAIWN1  Perhapa wc can service  that difficult lot.  883-2269     885-5922 20  Coast News, June 23, 1981  Property  Semi-waterfront Granthams, southern exp., Franklin F/P, fr.  trees, 1 or 2 bdrm. Agg. for sale  bv owner $68,000. S86-2781 or  886-2J44 #25  RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY  FOR SALE BY PUBLIC TENDER  B.C. Hydro has a residential  property for sale located at the  corner of Winter and Norwest Bay  Koad. approx. 2 miles north from  Sechelt. Si/e 1 acre, subdividable. For more information and  tender documents, please call  Mr. (J. Kopejtko, B.C. Hydro  land  Management,  Vancouver  hh.i-.i2ll.  #20  Prime waterfront home by owner  ':-acre-plus with Arbutus and  Pine. See the beautiful view  from ihis near-new 2 BR fully  modern home, quality carpet  throughout, master with ensuite,  Citation kitchen. 2 fireplaces,  tinished basement with large  rec. rm. & 3rd BR & bath, hot  waler   heating,   large   garage,  2 sheds. 18' round pool. 885-9032.  #27  For Sale by Owner. 1400 sq. ft.  home in lower Roberts Creek.  .1 large bedrooms, ensuite off  master bedroom, large family  room, carport and basement  workshop, landscaped Vi acre  lot, year-round creek. $115,000.  886-2556. #27  3 yr. old. 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom  home - new sundeck - closed in  carport. 4 appliances, walking  distance to schools and shopping,  some terms available. $99,000.  Creekside Rd. Phone 886-9067.  #27  FOR SALE BY OWNER  Lot 81 Creekside. Utilities at road  $36,500. 886-2947,886-9478.  #27  GOWER POINT  Half acre of high bluff semi-  waterfront with lots of sun,  trees and great view of Georgia  Strait. Vendor will finance at  low interest rate. $69,900. 886-  9411. #27  73' x 130' building lot, services at  property line, except sewer.  Nicely treed, quiet area on North  King Rd. $42,000. (112) 943-4393  Upper Gibsons area. TFN  Half acre lot in Roberts Creek  corner of Joe and Lower. 886-7770  $49,500  IMMEDIATE  opening  for  experienced  Real Estate Sales person.  For confidential interview,  Phone: Butler Really  886-2000  New 3 bdrm. rancher, ready to  move in, quiet area, close to  beach, village of Gibsons $95,000  886-8480 #25  View lot, lower Gibsons area.  987-6698 #25  Newly renovated older one  bedroom home with annexed  2nd bedroom & storage on  56 x 150 fenced lot near school  and shopping. Rented furnished  at present. $72,500. Ph. 886-7968  #25  Looking? New split-level maintenance-free family home. 3  bedroom, fireplace, vaulted cedar  ceiling, large level lot 65 x 160  in Wilson Creek. For sale by  owner $124,900. After 6 p.m.  385-5680. #25  Creekside Park, Gibsons, nice lot  with 2 bdrm. mobile home on city  sewer and water with cable-  vision. Close to schools, shopping, recreation and medical  clinic. Includes fridge, stove,  Franklin fireplace, washer and  dryer. Has adjoining 12 x 20  plumbed, snaked roof shed which  can be attached. $73,000. Private  sale. 886-7432 #26  Lot for Sale. Fircrest Road in  Gibsons. Lot #12. Level and  treed. Asking $37,500. Ph.  886-7408 #26  SPACIOUS-SECLUDED  WATERFRONT  Sloping, tidal, waterfront lots  selectively cleared, small boat  moorage, approx. 3/4 acre.  Located long arm of Secret Cove  $79,900. Phone Marilyn 885-9683  #29  For Sale 5 acres Roberts Ck.  $73,000 firm. Phone for appt.  885-2858. #26  West Sechelt view lot for sale  or will build to suit. 883-9945  #25  ONE OF A KIND  Brownsville, Texas, 50 x 100 ft.  homesite near Gulf of Mexico -  year-round semi-tropical resort  area. $3,950.00 full price, terms.  885-5821*25  By owner level village lot in  country setting, underground  services, close to water. $41,500.  Ph. 885-7244 #25  Partial view, potential full view  cleared lot on Jasper Rd. near  Mason Rd. in popular West  Sechelt. $60,000 OBO. 885-9038  #25  Lot for Sale Barnacle, flat 60x125  in Sechelt. $29,000. Call after  6 p.m. 885-5490 #26  Sechelt Village - bright, cheerful,  well-maintained 3 bdrm. bungalow opposite Hackett Pk. 3  blks. from shops & schools. F.P.  $79,000. Phone after 5 p.m.  885-5530. #28  Opportunities  Economy got you down? Avon  offers good dollars, nice people,  great prizes. Call Sue Wiggins  886-9166. Helen Phillips 885-  2183. #25  New added opportunities for all  Shaklee and Amway dealers.  Phone 886-9014 after 6 p.m. TFN  B.C. Vuhon  Bianhet Classifieds  Legal  PRIVATE SALE  ROBERTS CREEK  WITH CLEARING - A SEA VIEW!  1/2 acre richly forested, gently sloping hillside just  off Beach Avenue. Halfway between store and picnic  site. Stroll to beach - golf club - community hall and  church. Judicious clearing will provide view- beams.  Firewood and your own 'privacy protective' tree  groves. All facilities, including cablevision.  885-5251  t*  &  3 Bedroom Home  1100 sq. ft. with Carport  $46,900.  Built on your lot.  including Fridge. Stove, Dishwasher  and Light Fixtures  WEKO Construction Ltd.  Box 888, 885-2525 (eves.)  Sechelt 886-2344 (days)  $\ MACAULAY NICOLLS  MAITLAND & CO. LTD.  SUMMER   RETREAT  Bea< hfrtjnt Properly Endangered species. One o( a kind.  Fabulous 1.91 aire lot in ROBERTS CREEK on the  Sunshine CoasI. Includes 3 cabins & 1 A Frame plus all Ihe  sunshine & relaxation you want. Approx. gross revenue  from cabins is $6,700 per/ann. Priced at $275,000. For  further details call DON MATHESON at 112 7310413 or  112 731 4509.  ^RovalTrust  t>   FOR SALE  BEAUTY SALON  Opportunity to be creative and  be your own boss al the same  time Wt'll established business  with 4 fully equipped stations, 3  sinks with exlra hookup for  fourth, 4 dryers, bin washer &  dryer, full bathroom plusstorage.  ���Located in modern plaza close to  shopping centre. Lots of parking  available. Vendor is motivated.  All reasonal offers will be con  sidered. Call Elizabeth Raines  324-4621 (24 hours).  669-3022 RT-8 (24 Hours)  Inct'itift,        BB w-(.in help you tx'Hei.  B.C. vuhon  Bianhet Classifieds  .965 Sunbeam "Tiger" immaculate restoration drive train  completed. Body trim and interior  needs minor work. Not for less  than $12,000.00. evenings, call  Granisle 697-2335. #25  RSF Energy is looking for personnel to fill vacancies for its  1981 summer production run.  M.I.G. Welders (journeymen  and improvers). Most of these  will be positions. If you have  previous production experience  call in or write Bill Towle at RSF  Energy Ltd., P.O. Box 3637,  Smithers, B.C. VOJ 2NO or  phone 847-3078. #25  EXPERIENCED PARTS  MANAGER for growing Vancouver Island farm and industrial  outlet. Wages negotiable. Send  resume to Box 'X' Cowichan  Leader, Box 910, Duncan, B.C.  V9L3Y2 #25  CAFETERIA AND KITCHEN  EQUIPMENT, Drapes, carpet  and glass display counters all in  very good condition. Good price,  phone 344-6513. #25  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). #25  HOW TO SUCCEED 11 Use your  natural energy cycles. Personalized reliable 60 day Bio Rhythm  Chart. Only $2.95. Money back  guarantee. Send name, address  and birthdate to: Biograph Dept.  4, Boi 80596, Burnaby. V5H  3X9. #25  IF YOU ENJOY GARDENING,  do it year round, using an aluminum and glass greenhouse!  Write for free brochure to: B.C.  Greenhouse Builders, 7425 Hed-  ley Avenue, Burnaby, B.C.  V5E 2R1. Mail orders now  available. #25  BY OWNER - 3 bedroom on 5  clear acres with buildings and  11 run kennel with purebred  dogs. Phone 826-8880. #25  WOOD WINDOWS AND  DOORSI Lowest prices anywhere  on double glazed wood windows.  Walker Door: Vancouver 266-  1101, North Vancouver 985-9714,  Richmond 273-7030. Now open  in Kamloops 554-2058. TFN  SIGN COMPANY WANTS DEALERS AND SALESPERSONS.  Magnetic signs, indoor flasher  signs, plastic letters and display signs. 50% commission.  Phone 467-1411 Box 213, Maple  Ridge, B.C. V2X7G1. #25  TWO SALES PEOPLE AND A  REPORTER for Victoria area  community newspaper. Send  resumes to: Juan de Fuca News,  2788 Millstream Road, Victoria,  B.C.V9B3S6. #25  ELECTRIC WIRING SUPPLIES  at competitive prices. Send us  your list or drawings for a quotation. Free professional advice  and suggestions. Ship anywhere.  E.T.S. Electric Shop Ltd. 543  Powell Street, Vancouver, B.C.  V6A 1G8. Phone 253-0844.     #25  SHUSWAP LAKE - DAVE  LOUDOUN MOBILE HOMES  LTD. Presents WillAnnaRon  Place - affordable retirement  living subdivision at Canoe, B.C.  Service models on display.  Jim or BUI 832-8971 #25  SERVICE STATION, 20 seat  cafe, propane sales, home water  delivery, on four lots ��� Atlin,  B.C. Financing available.  $130,000.00. Phone 651-7636.  #25  1972 Kenworth 350 Cummins 15  speed Dump 15 yard Box. New  box, everything new but the  radiator transmission. Motor  overhauled 15 speed, you name it  $28,000.00. Phone 989-5543    #25  VANDERHOOF AREA, 860 acre  cattle ranch, 560 acres cultivated,  machine shed, calving sheds, new  corrals, large modern three  bedroom home. Phone 690-7536.  #25  ELECTRONIC SPACE GAMES  BUSINESS. Require $3,600.00.  minimum investment. Recoup in  20 weeks. Information phone  291-0230 or write Hanna Enterprises, 4290 Parker Street, Burnaby, B.C. V5C 3C3. #25  ATCO MOBILE CAMP with 10  Individual Rooms, showers,  washroom, and toilet. Ideal for  work camp, youth camp, church  camps, etc. Size 30 x 50 in  3-10 i 50 sections.' Will accept  late model pickup, travel trailer  or equipment on trade. Call C&B  Services Ltd., Terrace 635-6174.  Dealer licence 5731. #26  HARBEL HOLDINGS LTD. Mo-  bile homes located in parks on  pads. Listings and Sales. We  welcome all enquiries. Listings  wanted. Wheel Estate. Phone  collect. Lower Mainland Division.  13647-lOOth Avenue, Surrey,  B.C. V3T 1H9. 585-3622; Kamloops Division. 90-180 Seymour  Street, Kamloops, B.C. V2C  2E2.372-5711. The Wheel Estate  People. (D.L. 6747). #TFN  We'll soften yout hard water  problems without salt or chemicals. No plumbing required.  Free water testing. Call or  write Magnatech Industries, RR3,  Salmon Arm, B.C. VOE 2TO.  Phone 832-2679. Dealer applications invited. #25  TRAINING NOW AVAILABLE  FOR SCULPTURED FINGERNAILS. Earn extra income at  home or in a salon. Night course  available. Limited seating. Phone  days 463-5025. Evenings 462-  7774. #25  NOTICE OF  INTENTION  TO APPLY FOR A DISPOSITION OF CROWN  LAND IN THE RECORDING DISTRICT OF VANCOUVER FOR THE PURPOSE OF AN OYSTER  LICENCE OF OCCUPATION.  By Evelyn Irene Rolston  Occupation - Homemaker  File No. 2400616  Land Description ������ Commencing at post planted on  Nelson Island 500 metres  south, 55 degrees east of the  southeast corner of Lot 468,  Group L, New Westminster  District, thence 200 metres  south 25 degrees east along  H.W.M.i 325 Metres, thence  ��.325 Metres westerly along  H.W.M. to point of commencement. Area contains ��  3.75 Hectares.  NOTICE  OF INTENTION  TO APPLY FOR A  DISPOSITION OF  CROWN LAND  In Land Recording District of VANCOUVER  and situated in SECRET  COVE AREA. Take notice that JOHN E. ELLIS  of VANCOUVER, B.C.,  occupation Accountant, intends to applyfor  a licence of occupation  of the following described lands:  Commencing at a post  planted at the North  East corner of Lot 20,  D.L. 4552, Plan 13302,  GRP1.NW District (due  to difficult terrain, post  is 8 meters south of  northeast corner of Lot  20;) water area measured from north east  corner, thence 27 meters north 25�� west;  thence 17 meters  south 65�� west, thence  27 meters south 25"  east; thence north  along the shoreline and  containing .04 hectares more or less.  The purpose for which  the disposition is  required is a private  wharf and float.  Re: File No. 2400625  Dated: 15 May, 1981  JOHN E. ELLIS  CLASSIFIED NOTE  Drop off your Coast News  Classified at Campbell's  Family Shoes. Sechell, or  Madeira Park Pharmacy.  Madeira Park  Used Furniture  and What Have You  AL'S USED  FURNITURE  We buy Beer Bottles  886-2812  i vena Parnell Pholo!  After 16 years as principal of Langdale school, Charles Passmore poses for a retirement photo with:  his staff. From left are Mr. Passmore, Lynda Olsen, teacher's aide, Evelyn Wetmore, learning:  assistance teacher, Barb Pinkney, Kindergarten, Gabrielle Knecht, Grades 4 and S, Mike Mostovich,  Grades 5 and 6, Marilyn Robinson, Grade 2, Alma White, Grade I, Inge Harrison, secretary, Carol;  Graham, Grades 3 and 4, Missing are Grades 6 and 7 teacher Ian Jacob and Shirley Hooker,:  librarian. (  Pender Harbour Lions Club  by J.F. McFariane  On Saturday, June 6th, the  Pender Harbour Lions Club  held their annual installation  of officers at a dinner and  dance held at the Royal  Canadian Legion at Madeira  Park.  The guest speaker was  Past International Director  George Wong of the Vancouver Chinatown Lions, who  had an inspiring message and  also presided at the installation of the officers for  1981-82.  The officers installed were:  President, Jack McFariane;  1st Vice-President, Mike  Cashaback;   2nd   Vice-Presi  dent, Jack Williams; 3rd Vice-  President, Doug Fielding;  Secretary-Treasurer, Les Beharrell; Lion Tamer, Ted  Alexander; Tail Twister, Peter  Benjafield; Bulletin Editor,  Joe McCann.  Directors installed were:  Two years - Lion Art Popp,  Nels Longager, Jim Haddon.  One year: Lion Stan Silvey,  Roy Mansfield, Gordon Ko-  bus.  A highlight of the evening  was the presentation of two  banners to Lion Don Riome.  These banners were won by  the Pender Harbour Lions for  the best overall contribution  to the B.C. Crippled Children's Fund for communities  under 2000, by way of Lucky  Leo Lottery Sales. The other  banner was for the best per  capita contribution. Lion Don  Riome was the Chairman of  the Lucky Leo committee:  Another presentation made  was a cheque for $635;  presented to Larry Curtis, a  member of the volunteer*  fire department. This cheque;  will purchase an air chisel  to help ambulance drivers  to remove people trapped ill  cars after collision.  Members of the Robert's  Creek and Sechelt (Sunshine  Coast Club) were present  and carried off the majority  ofthe raffle prizes.  885-9345  CAMpbell's  PRESCRIPTION*  SERVICE  MADEIRA  FAMILY SHOES  and  LEATHER GOODS  "IN THE HEART OF  DOWNTOWN  SECHELT"  "      Deadline 12:00 Noon Fridays  12:00 Noon Saturday ^Classifieds should be prepaid and pre-written  PHARMACY  883-9414  'PENDER HARBOUR CENTER  MADEIRA PARK  Your friendly neighbourhood drop-off  points for GBAf f If Wf  Classified Ads  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING  Copyright and  Advertising  Regulations  The Sunshim- Coast News  reserves the riuhl to classify  advertisements under appropriate headings and determine  pace location. The Sunshine  Coast News also reserves Ihe  ri|>hl to revise or reject an;  advertising which in Ihe opinion  ol the Publisher is in questionable tasle. In Ihe event that  any advertisemenl is rejected,  Ihe sum paid Tor the advertisement will be refunded.  Minimum $2.50 per 4 line Insertion. Each  additional line 50C, or use our economical 3  weeks lor the price of 2 rate. This oiler is made  available for private individuals.  THE FOLLOWING CLASSIFICATIONS  ARE FREE  Birth Announcements, Lost and Found  No billing or telephone orders are accepted  except Irom 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 Olflce In Gibsons.  CLASSIFICATION:  Eg. For Sale, For Rent, etc.  Liiu.L_..L  ...     "   ~ :       :  ..     _.                                  _L  NO. 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Hit r  \T Hs Bit r  Canada's tax inequities  Welfare system for the rich  21  Valuable job providers  l\DP urges small business support  ���?      1>> Drill Lm-ksU'ari  -".Small businesses contribute  rilorc to Ihe overall economic  vitality of Ihis province than do  tile large corporations. They  accomplish this by creating  tiiore jobs per dollar of capital  investment.  In other words.  more jobs are provided at less  cost.  This fundamental fact has  been recognized by the NDP  for many years, which is the  reason we are favourably  disposed to advancing the  interests of small business  enterprises.  When the NDP was the  government of B.C. we brought  into existence the British  Columbia Development Corporation, the orientation of  which was towards assisting  small business development. It  is interesting to note that the  Social  Credit  Party voted  ml) i.  There's only  . one way  to do it!  WMj  blanket classifieds  The Blanket Classilieds ol Ihe BC & Yukon Community Newspapers  Association allow you to place youi classified ad in mote than 70  newspapers In nearly every suburban and rural market between Vancouver and Whitehorse  One phone call.  Call out Classified Department  and an Ad-Vlset will explain how  Ihe system works, help you write  the ad. and send II lo Ihe Head Office of B.CY C.N A  One ad.  Lei us do Ihe hard work. We can  deliver your ad to some 350.OO0  households and more than a  million readers throughout BC 8t  Ihe Yukon.  One Invoice.  You ot your secretary will do one  simple bit of paperwork.  Oneway.  The only way to cover BC. and  the Yukon with a classified ad and  it's so easy.  25 words $99.  For more than 25 wotds there Is  an additional charge ol S250 pet  word.  B.CXCHK.  B.C. AND YUKON COMMUNITY  NEWSPAPERS ASSOCIATION  MSf fill |��|:ll?|  MP  by Ray Skelly  > Comox-Powell River  Did you happen to keep the  stub from your last paycheque?  You know, the little piece of  paper that tells how much your  gross pay was and how much  was taken off for various  deductions. If you did keep it,  you might like to look it over  after you read this.  You will see that you paid  perhaps 20 to 40 percent of  your gross in income tax. That  is what the federal and provincial governments feel is your  fair share of paying their way.  Guess what the Canadian  Imperial Bank of Commerce  pays on its income. Would you  believe it was 8.8 percent last  year? Well, it was. On profits of  $327,430,000 the bank paid less  than one tenth in taxes.  against the establishment ofthe  B.C. Development Corporation.  That decision of the Socreds  may prompt one to ask why  they, as the government, continue to keep the B.C. Development Corporation in existence.  The answer to that is simple.  The Socreds have taken what  was a first-class idea to help  small businesses and have  transformed it into a tool to  help big business.  Do you need further proof  that small business people are  not getting fair treatment from  the government of the day?  Let's look at what is taking  place this year.  First, we have a $6 billion  budget. Second, we have  abusive tax increases. Third,  we have a budget that is padded  to the extent of millions of  dollars.  We also have a second  branch of government called  Small Business Services.  Last year the Small Business  Services section hadastaff of 9  people to assist small businesses, this year that staff has been  reduced to 4 people.  Last year the Small Business  Services section had a budget  of $2,031,695. This year that  budget has been slashed to  $1,233,035. That is a reduction  of 38 percent.  Even worse is the fact that 45  percent of the reduced budget  for Small Business Services  goes towards salaries and  expenses of the staff, with 55  percent ($675,300) available  directly to small business  development.  Let's be positive about this.  Wc in the NDP say lhat small  businesses are vitally important  to the economy of this province. We say lhat funds available  for the development of small  businesses should be increased.  Wc say that more jobs can be  created by strcnghuning small  businesses. We say lhat il is  wrong economically to spend  millions lo assist huge corporations and, at the same time,  starve the Small Business  Services section.  To be fair it should be  pointed out thai pari of the  small business services section  has been transferred toanother  section of the minislry of  industry, bul all lhat does is  merge one valuable program  with another. Experience has  shown us that much mergers  have a tendency to submerge  and subvert the real value of  that which is transferred.  Canada's largest bank, the  Royal, paid 14.9 percent in  taxes on its $182,770,000 in  profits. Indeed, the average tax  paid by Canada's five largest  banks was less than 16 percent.  That is the same percentage  that would be paid by a family  with a gross income of about  $12,000.  It is information like this���  about what banks, oil companies and other large corporations pay in taxes���that has  prompted me and some other  members of Parliament to call  for tax reform, perhaps the  most urgent needs of this  country.  First of all, we believe the  stress in tax expenditures  should be moved from income  deductions to a system of  refundable tax credits, like the  present child tax credit. This  would oiler benefits which rise  as income declines.  Unjustified tax concessions  to corporations, such as investment allowances, must end.  Companies should only be  entitled to tax breaks if they  invest part of their profits in  publicly administered economic development funds to  assist industries in slow growth  areas and foster industries  crucial to an industrial strategy. Many tax incentives  could be replaced by direct  grants to companies.  Al the same time withholding taxes on the outflow of  interest and dividends away  from Canada should be re-  imposed and a capital gains  and dividends tax that treats  such gains as earned income  could be instituted.  A cost of living tax credit for  lower income earners, to help  those with the fewest resources  cope with the price increases  could then be instituted.  Another reform needed is the  current system of RRSPs and  RHOSPs which provide a tax  haven for the rich but are  largely inaccessible to lower  income Canadians would be  reformed to redirect benefits to  lower income groups, and  restrict those accruing to high  income earners.  In my view, these are some of  the first steps required to bring  about a truly equitable and  graduated income tax system.  The welfare system for the  rich���that is, the present tax  structure���must go.  16.5%  TaKe advantage ol this  Low, Low interest Rate  IQ EflL   Today! it applies to  1D.OU/0      ah*new Ford*  w '\. Mercury cars and  USED  CAR  1964 CHEVY II  Station Wagon  Originally Asked - $895.  NOW $395.55  1972 OLDSMOBILE  Originally Asked-$1695.  NOW $1113.85  1974 GREMLIN X  Originally Asked - $2495.  NOW $1705.25  1977 DODGE ASPEN  Originally Asked - $3695.  NOW $2899.65  1974 PINTO STN. WGN.  Originally Asked - $1995.  NOW $1599.24  1973 CHEVELLESTN.WGN.  Originally Asked - $2295.  NOW $1555.25  1974 VOLVO STN. WGN.  Originally Asked - $3995.  NOW $2996.55  1975 CHEV NOVA  This one's in great shape  Orginally Asked - $3995.  NOW $2995.65  1974 FIAT 128  32,000  Originally Asked - $1595.  NOW $929.62  1967 MERCURY COUGAR  Originally Asked - $1495.  NOW $799.96  1975 FORD LTD  Originally Asked - $2495.  NOW $1555.55  1974 TOYOTA CORONA  Originally Asked $3495.  NOW $2475.50  1979 VW RABBIT  Originally Asked - $6495.  NOW $ 5695.45  1977 MERCURY COUGAR  Originally Asked - $4295.  NOW $3305.35  1977 VW RABBIT  Originally Asked - $5495.  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Toll Free)  SMAIS l/l II  885-3281  (Parts) 885-3227  Wharf Roan, sechell Coast News, June 23, 1981  Guess Where  V<  <f**/rLr  ���  . (  1      '  - John Burnside Pnoto  The usual prise of $5.00 will be awarded to the first name drawn from the barrel which correctly  locates the above. Send vour entries lo Ihe Coast News, Box 460, Gibsons in time to reach the  newspaper office in Saturday of this week. Last week's winner was Danny Richardson who correctly  located the chapel Bates of (amp (Have in Roberts (reek. Send us your address, Danny, if you want  your money.  Reflections  Socrates would have to go  by Vem Giesbrecht  The performance of teachers is often evaluated these  days, by their principals, by  superintendents or others  employed by school districts,  and indirectly by students,  parents and fellow teachers.  For "some teachers, even  experienced and capable ones,  this scrutiny is unnerving.  They know they're doing a  good job (though they're not  unmindful of their "bad"  days) but sometimes resent  having to display their techniques to watchful evaluators  on a regular basis.  If the renowned Greek  philosopher and educator Socrates were teaching today,  he might not be rated too  highly by administrators trained to look for certain traits  and behaviours. An article on  teacher evaluation io the Phi  Delta Kappan presented this  imaginary analysis of Socrates:  Personal QuallficatJoni  1)   Persona?   appearance   -  dresses in an old sheet draped  about his body.  2) Self-confidence - not sure  of himself; always asking  questions.  3) Use of English - speaks  with a heavy Greek accent.  4) Adaptability - prone to  suicide by poison when under  duress.  Clan Management  1) Organization - does not  keep a seating chart.  2) Room appearance - does  not have eye-catching bulletin  boards.  3) Utilization of supplies -  does not use supplies.  Techniques of Teaching  1) Daily preparatiqp - does  not keep lesson plans.  2) Attention to course of  study - quite flexible; allows  students to wander to different topics.  3) Knowledge of subject  matter - does not know  material; has to question  pupils to gain knowledge.  Professional Attitude  1) Professional ethics - does  not belong to professional  association.  2) In-service training -  complete failure here; has not  even bothered to attend  college.  3) Parent-relationships -  needs to improve in this area;  parents arc trying to get rid  of him.  Recommendation - does not  have a place in education;  should not be hired.  A bit far-fetched, perhaps,  but this mythical evaluation  shows that even brilliant educators do not always fit the  mould.  What bothers many teachers today is the apparent  trend toward standardization  of teaching styles and techniques. While most teachers  agree that classroom visits  by trained educators may  sharpen their skills, assist  those who are having difficulty  or provide motivation for  better efforts in the future,  they occasionally have doubts  about the purpose of these  visits.  Good teachers routinely  set clear learning objectives  and motivate and guide  their students toward realizing  those objectives. Their methods may differ greatly,  however, and this is where the  subtle trend toward standardization conflicts with their  individuality. Not everyone  is eager to leap on the latest  educational bandwagon, learn  the fashionable jargon or  become a clone of the visiting  hot shot who starred at the  most recent workshop.  Don't misunderstand me.  I'm not against professional  development or against evaluation of teachers, provided  that the evaluation is primarily  designed to benefit the teacher, not discourage him.  What disturbs me is the  suspicion, difficult to verify  but strong nevertheless, that  the people with the most  power in education are subtly  trying to ease teachers into  a common mould.  Teacher A may obtain great  results by tap-dancing, standing on his head and generally  presenting his lessons flam  boyantly. Teacher B's approach, equally successful, may  involve talking quietly to the  class and giving frequent and  effective individual attention  to the students. Teacher C  may use snap quizzes and  probing questions to outstanding effect, while Teacher  D, a pedestrian lecturer, may  compensate by providing thorough and original reviews and  stimulating tests.  There are probably as many  different teaching styles as  there are teachers. I feel  teachers should be encouraged to develop a style that  suits them, all the while  keeping sound educational  principles in mind. Students  benefit from encountering  varied approaches. They  quickly tire of trooping from  class to class and facing  similar styles and techniques,  no matter how effective these  methods may be in themselves.  With the proliferation of  audio-visual devices and packaged instruction kits that  diminish the teacher's role,  and a growing bureaucracy to  oversee the activities of  teachers, it's important for the  chalk-dust-stained wretch in  the classroom to hold on to  and develop his individuality.  Most teachers are not eager  to "do their own thing"  without answering to anyone,  but they are seeking freedom  to communicate their knowledge without looking anxiously over their shoulders to see  if they're in step with the  technique currently in vogue.  Some of them, perhaps,  secretly long for a chance to  drape themselves in a bed-  sheet, toss aside their lesson  plans for a day and try the  Socratic approach - without  the hemlock, of course.  Sechelt still snarling  Continued from Page One  Failing this, we will send an Alderman to Victoria. Even if it  means trying to gel the facility for the village, we are not  going to pass this up," said Koch.  Alderman Charles Lee made a motion that a letter be sent to the  board protesting Ihe implementation ofthe new resolution and  stating thai Ihe village requires them to go back to the original.  "I suggested to the board lhal the PUC Chairman had not done  his homework," Lee told the council. "It is quite clear that he  doesn't understand Municipal Finance. His whole charge lhat Ihe  users would he charged unjustly is irrelevant, a red herring."  "We have lo insist lhal Ihis area be sewered on a continuing  basis, that all Ihose along the way pay Iheir share and pick up the  charges," continued Lee.  Font's  market  cart stop  In Lower Gibsons  Has Moved 2 Doors Down, Beside the Come Home Cafe  OPENING SALE NOW  .\PkV. ALL GIFTS  20% off  Klmonas, Slippers, Kung Fu Shoes,  Lampshades...and much, much morel  LOW LOW PRICE  o JW       3/��1.4��  SURPRISE GIFT  WITH  EVERY PURCHASE  OVER ��5.00  Langdale principal honoured  by Vene Parnell  After 16 years as the first and only principal of Langdale school,  Charles E. Passmore was honoured by friends, teachers and  students last week, on the occasion of his retirement.  Passmore, who was born in England has been a teacher for 31  years. Since coming to Canada in 19S6, he taught in Port Alberni,  Sooke and Victoria and in 1965, when Langdale amalgamated  with Port Mellon and became a five-room school, Passmore came  here as principal.  Prior to his teaching career, Passmore was with the Royal  Army Service Corps for 14 years. He served in Malta, Egypt,  Palestine, was commissioned in 1942, and resigned in 1948 after  achieving the rank of captain.  As principal at Langdale school, Passmore worked hard at  maintaining a good standard of education and built up a good  feeling at the school among the students and staff.  Inge Harrison, who has been secretary at the school for 6 years,  describes Langdale as "a nice, relaxing, close school, where  parents come in at any time and discuss their children's problems.  We have never had a parent group because we have never needed  one, problems are dealt with immediately in a friendly, co-  You Are Invited  To Our  operative atmosphere."  In 196S, Langdale had 120 students and this year there were  139, requiring the addition of a portable to the school. The school  also has a modern gym, library and learning assistance centre.  "At one time, we had 180 students at Langdale, but the number  dropped when some housing was taken out of Port Mellon and  people had to move to other areas of the coast. Langdale itself has  not had much growth over the years, so the number of students  has always remained fairly steady," said Passmore.  New principal at Langdale school will be Robert Wetmore, who  has been Roberts Creek school principal.  His wife, Evelyn Wetmore, who has been learning assistance  teacher at Langdale for the last four years will be Kindergarten  teacher in September at Davis Bay school.  The Passmores intend to continue living in Roberts Creek and  after a trip to England, to enjoy a more relaxed pace of life. They  have a large family, nine children and 13 grand-children, to enjoy,  also.  Although he is looking forward to a well-deserved retirement,  Charles Passmore has mixed feelings: "It will seem strange not to  have to come back to school in September."  Chimney  Cleaning  & Maintenance  Phone 886-8187  0BK  Invited ���^��.#%tf"  SPANTEX  ��� For New Decks  For Resurfacing Old Decks  SPANTEX rolls on easily to provide a  resilient, seamless, waterproof,  non-slip, rubber surface  that will last for  for years.  Saturday, June 27th  10 am ��� 3  SPANTEX  ��� Roll On Texture Tread  ��� Seam Filler  ��� Top Coat  GALLON:  Reg. *26.29  <#���  (PLUS DEPOSIT)  ���too am ��� It pm 7 Dayt A Week SS6-S$I5  I From Vancouver  [688-6814  ���^, General Paint Representative  QARRV ROWS?  will be on hand to demonstrate the easy application of SPANTEX  and to answer any questions.  COME S SEE FOR YOURSELF!  GIBSONS  BUILDING SHPPUES LTD.  "For All Your Building Needs"  Sunshine Coast Hwy. Gibsons, B.C.  VISA  Gibsons   I  886-8141 j Tha setting ma aUboaattea oar baaatUnl ooaat Una.  Janice Edmonds pholo. Sunshine Coast Realtor. June 26. 1981  Box 566  Gibsons, B.C.  VON 1V0  .!������/  ���22*.  jig  DOGWOOD ROAD ��� GIBSONS'. Well maintained two  bedroom home on landscaped fenced lot with greenhouse,  storage shed and many extras. $80,000.  GIBSONS: Well built older home in need of T.L.C. Would  be good family home. Well situated on level 50' x 110' lot.  Large garage, some view. Priced at only $70,000.  ROBERTS CREEK: 57 x 970 waterfront property, with six  year old 1344 sq. ft. mobile home with 200 sq. ft. addition on  front. Also small beach cabin. Front 300 ft. of lot is  landscaped to a good beach. This one of a kind should be  seen. Asking $239,000,  1574 ABB'S ROAD - GIBSONS: is the location of this 3  bedroom full basement home with prime view of Bay and  Gulf. A great family home. Newly listed $155,000.  POPLAR LANE - GIBSONS: Well maintained 3,% year old  family home three bedroom split level well landscaped, quiet  setting, small assumable 1st mortgage. Must be seen to be  appreciated $129,000. Vendor will assist to finance  mortgage.  Serving the Lower Sunshine Coast  Phone 886-2000 or 886-9121  Located in the Seaside Plaza,  Gower Point Road, Gibsons  HOMES  CRUCIL ROAD - GIBSONS ��� OCEAN VIEW: 1300 sq  ft. full basement 3 bedroom home on landscaped view lot.  Features include a large modern kitchen, 3-piece ensuite off  master bedroom. Heat-A-Later brick fireplace, large deck.  The basement is mainly finished with brick fireplace in family  room, extra bedroom and large workshop. This would make  someone a great family home and has an approximate  $60,000 assumable 1st mortgage at 13%. This is priced to sell  at only $128,000.  'TttLlEMAN ROAb ��� GiRso^s . retiREment  REVENUE: Well built & maintained 4 plex in quiet area.  Each unit has 2 bdrms ��� kitchen, L. R./Dining area, fridge and  stove included with sale. Washer and dryer in common  laundry room shared. All units rented steadily. $185,000.  K. BUTLER 886-2000  REAL ESTATE  GENERAL INSURANCE  AUTOPLAN  GEORGIA VIEW: Immaculate two bedroom home on  waterlront landscaped lot. !j basement is finished. Good  beach and view. Own boathouse, 3 car garage with  workshop and storage under. Very private. A must to see at  $230,000.  BUILDING LOTS  EVERGREEN PARKLAND: Several good sized building  lots, some nicely treed, in area of new homes. Prices start at  $36,000  EVERGREEN PARKLAND: We have several good size  building lots in (his area of all new homes ranging from  $36,000 up.  ACREAGE  Ideal Hobby Farm 2'^ acres with southern exposure. On  Hwy 101 Roberts Creek area. 3 bed. full basement. Ideal  family home, mostly cleared. Sheds included. $176,000.  GAIL ROAD - ROBERTS CREEK: ltf acres of  subdividable land. Home was duplex up and down.  Assumable mortgage of $41,000 at 10%% has excellent  potential. Listed at $124,900.  INVESTMENT PROPERTY  GOWER POINT ROAD: Best ocean view night or day on  the coast, investment property. 4 acres consisting of four J��  acre waterfront lots plus 2 subdividable acres on Gower  Point Road. This property has to be seen to be appreciated.  Great investment potential at $680,000.  MEMBER  SUNSHINE COAST  I REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION  NEW LISTINGS  h.b GORDON AGENCIES ltd.  -6Wt-r-?ofjRow  Only 2 km from Hwy 101 ��� 16 acres of privacy. Protected  moorage. Western Contemporary house. Year-round living  in solid comfort. Huge sundecks. $730,000.  John Wilson 885-9365 or  Wavne Salter 885-5986.  -TRAIL ISLANDS -  Where else can you get away from it all for $32,000?  Wayne Salter 885-5986.  - ROBERTS CREEK RETREAT -  Large treed lot, 110' frontage. Cozy post and beam non-  bsmt home with 2 bedrooms, Franklin stove. Beach access  is just across the road. F.P. $79,000.  John Wilson 885 9365.  - MASON ROAD - ���  Even the basement- has a view! Superbly built home on extra  large lol with immediate possession available. Many, many  extras included at $189,900. To view call  Wayne Salter 885 5986.  - HILLCREST AVE., GIBSONS -  2 bdrm rancher. Level lot - 268' deep. Large garage/workshop. Offers lo $72,500  John Wilson 885-9365.  31 Years At Cowrie St., Sechelt  - WATERFRONT ��� ROBERTS CREEK -  These are the beach houses. Each property has another  house above. Level pebble beach. Great family investment --  or rent one and weekend in the other. On MLS. Asking  $295,000 and $265,000 respectively.  Pat Lindsay 885-2591.  - HALFMOON BAY WATERFRONT -  Fabulous smooth rocks - superb views! A unique setting for  a super one level 3 bedroom house with a massive stone  (ireplace, step-down living room opening to the sundeck.  Southern view of Merry Island and beyond. $255,000 firm.  Shelley Biddle 885-3505.  - ILLNESS FORCES SALE -  of this well-located card & gift shop. Prime location. Fully  stocked. Renewable 5 year lease. Drastic price reduction to  $48,500. On MLS.  Wayne Salter 885 5986.  WAYNE SALTER  885-5986  .H49-0994 - Mobile  PATRICIA LINDSAY  885-2591  H.B. GORDON  885-2013  JACK NOBLE  883-2701  PHONE  885-5891  Box 123, Sechelt, B.C.  - ROBERTS CREEK -  Retirement acreage ��� 9.4 acres of sunny privacy,  Meticulously constructed one level house opening to huge  patio and grounds. It is the perfect answer to the move from  a large family home * big rooms, sep. dining rm, 2 bdrms;  both ensuite, oak parquet floors, 2 fireplaces, built-in  vacuum. It's very, very nice! $265,000.  Shelly Biddle 885-3505.  LOTS  RUBY LAKE - Located 500' from lake. Asking only  $19,900.  Wayne Salter 885-5986.  EARLS COVE ��� Semi-waterfront. Level access. High  bluff. Beautiful view!! 133 ft. frontage. .40 acres $55,000 on  MLS. Vendor will carry at 15%!  Wayne Salter 885-5986.  SECRET COVE - Straight ahead water view from this  large, sloping lot. Serviced. F.P. $39,500.  John Wilson 885-9365.  GARDEN BAY ��� 3+ acres, excellent building sites.  Stream and possible view.  Wayne Salter 885-5986.  WELCOME WOODS - Super large lot. Well timbered.  Possible view. $48,500.  Wayne Salter 885-5986.  SANDY HOOK - Porpoise Bay Rd. High side of the road,  across from the water, Super view. Big deep lot. $42,500.  Wayne Salter 885 5986.  MOUNT RICHARDSON - Huge view, large level lot. No  building problems - it's a beauty. $48,500.  Shelley Biddle 8853505.  MADEIRA PARK - 1.30 acres with potential view &  subdivision. Some timber. Dead end road. MLS. Serviced  Asking $69,000.  Jack Noble 8832701.  LARGE TREED LOT - 99' x 425'. Dead end road.  Serviced. Asking $50,000.  Jack Noble 883 2701,  2   WATERFRONT   LOTS   -   available  on  Francis  Peninsula Rd. For details call  Wayne Salter 885 5986.  JOHN WILSON  885-9365  MIKE BALDIGARA  885-5645 Sunshine Coast Realtor, June 26, 1981  Box 100  Madeira Park,  B.C.  883-2233  Olli Sladey  REALTY  LTD.  Toll Free From |  Vancouver:  689-7623  Member of Multiple Lining Service  \   HOMES    j | WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE |  MOBILE  HOMES  MADEIRA PARK - 3 BR Gothic arch home  on Front Road. Separate garage, sauna, paved  driveway. Purchase price includes acorn  fireplace, 5 appliances and some furniture.  184,500.  PENDER HARBOUR - ADJOINING SUBDIVISION DEVELOPMENT  ��� 40+ acres overall  ��� l,320i ft. waterfront  ��� Zoned R3L (quarter acre lots)  ��� Preliminary roads & water mains installed for  first phase of 23 lots.  ��� 2 drilled wells  ��� Float & dock (need repairs)  $745,000  ��� 351 acres overall  ��� 1,700* It. tidal waterfront  ��� Zoned R3L (quarter acre lots)  $380,000  MADEIRA PARK - 1976 Layton travel]  trailer, 31' x 8', located on cleared and serviced!  lot with septic  tank & drainfield installed. I  MADEIRA PARK - Large choice Harbour  view lot on Dogwood Dr. with partially  furnished 61' x 12' Nor'Western mobile home  with T x 23' covered porch. Immediate  possession. $65,000.  ACREAGE  I  GARDEN BAY - New 3 BR rancher, sti  under construction, on Hotel Lake Crescent.  Contains 1159+ sq. ft., plus carport. Can be  bought as is, or owners will finish it for the full  price of $95,000.   CARPENTER'S SPECIAL AND 2 LOTS -  small 2 BR home and adjoining lot on Francis  Peninsula Road, Madeira Park. Some remodelling has been done, but there's still plenty to do.  Asking $79,500.  LOT 2 - ST. VINCENT BAY - approx  acres  with  402�� ft.  waterfront  and  soutl  westerly exposure.  Water access only  $55,000   EGMONT 'Approx. 3.8acres with approx. 550  ft. low bank waterfront. Float, launching ramp  & log dump. Considerable land development  done by owner. $210,000. I  LOT 35 ��� Ruby Lake - 6.8+ nicely treed acresfl  with large year round creek. Priced to sell at  $45,000. I  LOTS  MADEIRA PARK - 3 BR rancher, approx,  1,28�� sq. ft. with attached carport. \%  bathrooms. Located on % acre lot on Lagoor  Road. Just a short walk to shopping centre  school & post office. $120,000.   LOT 27 ��� Lee Bay Road, Irvine's Landing.  Nicely treed level lot in a new subdivision,  serviced with sewer, waler & hydro. Good soil  and a possible view. MLS. $47,000.  LOT 68 - Hotel Lake Road this steep and  rocky lot could be a real challenge, but it's nice  and large and the price is low. $22,000.  :' WATERFRONT j  HOMES Sunshine Coast Realtor, June 26, 1981  AAM  MMmmW  ITTEN  REALTY LTD.  WA1TBFB6NT  IRVINGS LANDING  Fantastic waterfront in the heart of the best  fishing and boating area on the Sunshine Coast.  Two small cottages and workshop on the  property. Mooring facilities nearby. For more  information call Syluia Thirlwell at 8839963.  H669  wnrnmrfTrWam.  Ideal building lot overlooking exquisite Brooks  Cove. Almost 120 feet of high bank waterfront  with superb vistas. This property is located in a  park'like setting of pine, arbutus and juniper anc  is only a short walk to Smuggler's Cove Marine  Park. For more details call Bronia Robins at 885  fih  IONT WATERFRONT    w $139,900  380 feet of waterfront on 6.0 acres with older  home. This walk-on property located on Secret  Bay is the perfect retreat for the one seeking  peace and relaxation. Excellent holding  property. For more information call Klaus  Roepke at 685*2314 or Henry Hall at 885*2520.  #541  MIDDLE POINT  WATERFRONT ACREAGE $785,000  First class investment property suitable for a  future subdivision. This 18.7 acres with 600 feet  'of waterfront has a southerly exposure and is  zoned for xh acre lots. This acreage is priced at  only $785,000 and terms are available. For  more information and viewing call Henry Hall a'  885-2520 or Klaus Roeoke at 885*2314,  #641  **400* WATERFRONT $189,000**  Idyllic setting in the heart of Halfmoon Bay, with  a quaint two bedroom home, a tiny cottage and  a 334 sq. ft. storage shed. Just steps across  picturesque foot bridge to the Halfmoon Bay  Store. The 1.88acrelot has westerly exposure,  a spectacular view, and the tidal waterfront is  easily accessible from your front door. This one  ol a kind property is just waiting for you. For an  appointment to view call Brent Strad at 883  9382. #673  YOUR BOAT IN FRONT $223,000  Located in perfectly sheltered water. This  exciting log home is your dream come true. The  treed-landscaped lot blends naturally with this  charming log home. A gentle path leads to your  own float. Enjoy the quiet of Tuwanek and the  charm of Sechelt Inlet. If you are looking for  waterfront, you must include this exquisite  property. Call Don or Rene Sutherland at 885  9362. #642  200 FT. WATERFRONT $264,000  Spacious and gracious new view home in  Sunshine Heights. Beautiful deluxe kitchen,  sunken conversation pit off large living room.  Master bedroom features fireplace, Roman tub  and a sunny deck. Quality features galorel  Located on 2.9 acres with excellent subdivision  potential. Call Emilie Henderson at 865-5225.  EUREKA PLACE $135,000  Waterfront - View - Privacy ��� well-built cabin. All  yours for weekends or to live in while you build  on this strata lot. A rare opportunity for the  discerning buyer. Call Don or Rene Sutherland  at 685-9362.  SELMA PARK WATERFRONT $105,000  High view waterfront with small 2 bedroom  cottage. Value mostly in land. Good weekender, good investment or a good site for  redevelopment. Call Frances or Syd Heal at  885-5693 or Gibsons Office 886-8126.      #212  Use our Home  TRADE PLAN  6 other offices  to serve you  NORTH VANCOUVI R  VANC BURNABY  SI1RRIY  WATERFRONT  GOWER POINT  WATERFRONT $185,000  % acre level lot with view (if Gull. Easy  access lo beach ��� good building sile. This is a top  quality properly and will stand ihe Inspection,  Call Don or Rene Sutherland (or det.iils at 885  9362. #574  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT $105,000  1.56 acres south sloping waterfronl on popular  Redrooffs Road. All services available. Upper  portion ol property has perfect building sile wiih  unobstructed view. Lower porlion has 100 feet  of secluded Waterfront. For more information  call Klaus Roepke at 685-2314. #600  WATERFRONT RETIREMENT  This two bedroom home is just what you have  been waiting for Jheifflofcnc windows,  heatilator fiujularff-jWrm x MjF'1, 'l'*-'1'* with  ��� pebble bei^pLwuV pM^ovcr 12-years old.  Wall to waJj^JFpeTsthrouLjhout. Priced to sell  and owners have moved so contact Don Lock  at 885*3730 for appointment to view. #635  BROOKS COVE $275,000  Located in a quiet sheltered cove on three  quarters of an acre with approximately 250 feet  of low bank waterfront. This lovely old house  with approximately 1512 square feet on main  floor and 630 square feet upstairs is loaded with  charm. This is a rare opportunity to buy  exceptional waterfront with development  potential. Call Corry Ross at 885*9250 lor  appointment to view. #549  WATERFRONT  One bedroom house on low bank waterf rontage  located behind breakwater in Selma Park. This  house is ideal for summer occupancy or for a  starter home. Leased land has 14 years to run.  Call Don Lock at 885-3730 for appointment to  view. 4542  SANDY HOOK WATERFRONT  This very aflordable waterfront lot on popular  Coracle Drive could be the perfect selling lor  your week-end retreal or to build your  retirement home on. Drive by and have a look.  For more information call Klaus Roepke at 885-  2314    $69,500. #659  11'/A ASSUMABLE  FINANCING $139,000  Is included with this two bedroom waterfront  home. Situated on % acre of sloping seclusion,  the zoning permits two dwellings. Conveniently  located in Davis Bay. Call Bryce Leigh and  arrange for the opportunity to see the viewfrom  this home's living room. 886-8229 or 885-3295.  #586  ACREAGE  SHAW ROAD -  GIBSONS VILLAGE $210,000  4.58 acres in the village ol Gibsons. Large family  home of approx. 1500 sq. ft. possible duplex?  Land could be subdivided into several lots. For  details call Marilyn Slrom 8862307 or at  Gibsons Office 886-8126. #218  ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE    $234,000  10 acres of beautifully secluded acreage in  upper Roberts Creek. Partially cleared, grassed  and fenced. Can be subdivided into two 5 acre  pieces. Lovely 3 bedroom dutch barn style  home. This home is quality finishing throughout, Kitchen is spacious and very convenient,  includes a hot tub with a large deck also a one  bedroom guest cottage. Must be seen. Phone  Suzanne Dunkerton to view 886-8317 or  Gibsons Office at 686*8126. #221  PRIVATE RETREAT  Approximately 1.3 acres on Redrooffs Road  with good view potential. Gently sloped and  beautifully treed with huge Maple, Cedar and  Fir. Short walk to beach. $75,000. Call Bronia  Robins at 685*9033. #684  1.15 ACRES IN  REDROOFFS $75,000  Do you appreciate trees, level land, privacy, and  a good location? Then this is the spot for you.  This lot is 100 x 500 feet deep, so bring your  imagination and explore this property's  potential. Call Bryce Leigh at 886-8229 for  details. #630  THORMANBY ISLAND  ACREAGE $105,000  Secluded acreage with high waterfront and  western exposure. Water access via Vancroft  Government wharf. Good holding property and  perfect hideaway. Only minutes from Secret  Cove. Call Klaus Roepke at 685-2314. #671  WEST SECHELT  Rare opportunity to invest in one of the very few  forty acre blocks left on the coast. Cozy 1100  square foot home plus two outbuildings. Some  timber and some fencing. Call Terry Brackett at  885-9865 or Don & Rene Sutherland at 885*  9362. #665  HOLDING GROUND $99,000  Exciting 3.9 acres in the heart of the village. 600  feet of road frontage. Call Don or Rene  Sutherland al 885*9362. #640  ACREAGE PIECES  Two seven acre parcels in Tuwanek. Prices at  $87,500 and $169,000. Good possibilities for  development. Call Don or Rene Sutherland at  8859362.  RARE OFFERING $78,500  4.4 acres of view property in Middlepoint, nicely  treed good slope * ideal building site - road  roughed in. Call Don or Rene Sutherland at 885  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT    $105,000  1.56 acres of south sloping waterfront on  popular Redrooffs Road. All services available.  Upper portion of property has perfect building  site with unobstructed view. Lower portion has  100 feet of secluded Waterfront. For more  information call Klaus Roepke at 8652314.  #600  HALFMOON BAY $179,500  19.7 acres with subdivision potential into 5  acre blocks. Small collage plus two small  creeks. There is some good standing limber.  Good holding properly. Call Terry Bracken at  885*9865 for all details. #626  AFFORDABLE ACREAGE $94,500  2.78 well treed acres, with approx. 700 feet of  highway fronlage. A charming 2 bedroom  country home has a fisher airtight. Excellent  southern exposure and there is a possible view.  For more info, call Brent Slrad al 883 9382.  OVER 1 ACRE ON  REDROOFFS ROAD $75,000  Georgeous trees abound on this 1.6 acre lot.  Within walking distance to the Welcome Beach  Access Road. There is a potential view and  hydro, phone, and water are at the road. To  view this property call Brent Strad at 883-9382.  WSTSECHELT $175,000  Just over two level acres with subdivision  potential. Present zoning would allow subdivision into quarter acre lots. There is also a cozy  two bedroom home presently being renovated.  Ideal holding property or hobby farm. Call Terry  Brackett at 885*9865 for all details. #636  in ~  9362.  EoUnTHV ESTATE -B6bE  A very private 5 acres on a gentle slope with  excellent exposure and Joe Smith Creek  flowing through property. It is selectively  cleared but has some merchantable timber, the  home is a very spacious 3 bedroom panabode.  Features include quality cabinetry, sunlight,  tiered decks and wood stove. Price $182,500.  To view this quality acreage call Brent Strad at  883-9382. #680  HOMES  EXTRAORDINARY VIEW $158,500  * Commanding view.  * Attractive 3 bedroom home.  * Large 100' x 150' lot (approx.).  * Close lo (erry.  * Easy access to beach.  Call Rila Hummel 886 7070 o, Gibsons Ollicu  ��653       8868126  Ihrdeutschsprechendergrundstuecksmakler  in Sechelt ist Klaus Roepke ��� privat tel. 885-2314.  UUIKOrUTOKMEVOU  sechell Office  InlMTraNlwlMMMCMtrt  885-3295  ML Toll Fni N1-7MI  Ray Beimel  Heniy Hall  Dal Grauer  Gayle Adams  Terry Brackett  Bryce Leigh  Emilie Henderson  Klaus Roepke  Bronia Robins  Rene Sutherland  Corry Ross  Brent Strad  Donald Sutherland  Don Lock  Eric Rudland  Sylvia Thirlwell  Manager  8857520  885 3808  8839364  8859865  8168229  115-5225  8852314  865 9033  8159362  8859250  8139382  885-9362  865-3730  8859857  813-9963  Gibsons Office  Id Hi IMOF VM8H  888-8126  Suianne Dunkerton  Rosemary Young  Peter Davidson  Marilyn Strom  Syd & Frances Heal  Rita Hummel  Randy Wollen  Barbara MicGregor  8868317  886-8359  886*8400  886-2307  8855693  886*7070  8855623  8167453  Member Sunshine Coast  Jtea^stat^��gQ��ia��ign  HOMES  SELMA PARK $350,000  Beautifully designed contemporary cedar home  situated on ihree gorgeous acres. Very good  holding properly with possibility or future  subdivision potential. The view is super. The  home is immaculate with many deluxe features,  Call Terry Brackelt at 885-9865 or Don or Rene  Sutherland at 885-9362 for all details.      ��568  GIBSONS VIEW HOME  Only $104,800 and the view is free from the  sundeck of this 3 bdrm (2 up ��� 1 dn) basement  home. Kitchen, dining room, ti living room  overlook Keats Island. Rec. fm workshop &  carport too! P.S. Only minutes to shops, marina  & ferry. Peter Davidson 886-8400 or Gibsons  Office 886-8126.   _ *208  'BUY A BABBLING BROOK       %SSfl00  Can you see yourself taking trout from youi  very own creek or picking apples from a choice  of eighteen trees. Neat cottage for you and large  barn cum retirement home for your horses. Call  the babbling salesmen Syd and Frances Heal  885 5693 or Gibsons Office 886-8126. #213  SECHELT VILLAGE $104,000  Immaculate three bedroom ranch style home  only one year old. Conveniently located on  quiet street in the heart of the village. Brick  heatilator fireplace, cement patio off dining  room, skylight in bathroom. Total of 1310  square feet finished. This home will sell quickly,  so call today! Emilie Henderson at 885-5225.  #685  GIBSONS $165,000  Four bedroom home on almost one acre. Some  fealures include fireplace in living room, wood  stove in family room, shake roof, large  workshop plus double enclosed garage. Also  large games room. Property is fully fenced and  level. There are also two outbuildings. Private  location yet minutes to the village. Ideal hobby  farm. For more information call Terry Brackett  at 885*9865 or Marilyn Strom at 886*2307,*634  FREE  CATALOGUE  AVAILABLE Sunshine Coast Realtor, June 26, 1981  'WEST GIBSONS - 14% FINANCING  jLandscaped, paved drive, patio & a good  assumable mortgage makes this 3 bdrm  sparkling Rancher the best value around.  Pantry/lreezer rm. off kitchen. Loads of storage  too! Asking $102,500 but willing to listen. Peter  Davidson 886-8400 or Gibsons Office 886-  8126. #220  PRATT ROAD $225,000  4.75 beautiful acres most of which is in pasture  grass, Charming 3 bedroom farm house with a  large living room. Kitchen has been recently  renovated in character of the house. Outbuildings include a barn and luffing shed, 16 fruit  trees and a large vegetable garden. A dream  come true for a hobby farmer. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton for more information at 886*8317 or  Emilie Henderson at 885-5225. #657  GIBSONS $27,500  Immaculate three bedroom mobile set up in  quiet trailer park. This home is fully skirted and  includes all appliances in sale plus outside  storage shed. Yard is fully fenced and nicely  landscaped. Call Terry Bracket 885-9865.1*654  ���������"I .'"j,?1  * -p-tB-J^MMa^aMM  ELCOME WOODS  BRAND NEW HOME $115,900  Three bedroom quality built family home on  Cedarwood Road. Featuring a beautiful setting  on approximately % acre, double carport,  Yukon type fireplace faced in natural stone,  solid wood kitchen cabinets, and ceramic tile in  both bathrooms. Hurry and you can still choose  your own carpets. For viewing call Klaus  Roepke at 885-2314. #624  REDROOFFS $108,900  Brand new affordable ranch style home on  Cooper Road. 1400 sq. ft. features three  bedrooms, 2 washrooms and large separate  utility room. Beautifully treed level xk acre bt.  This won't last! So see it today! Call Emilie  Henderson at 885-5225. #607  DAVIS BAY CONTEMPORARY $249,000  * Quality features throughout.  * Excellent view over Georgia Strait.  * Close to beautiful Davis Bay Beach.  * Area of similar homes.  * 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, plus den or 4th  bedroom.  * Private decks off Master bedroom and  upstairs study.  * Separate dining room.  * Vaulted cedar ceiling, skylights.  * Electric doors to double garage.  * 2500 square feet finished.  Call Emilie Henderson at 885-5225. #660  SECHELT VILLAGE  Affordable home in Sechelt Village. This home  is within walking distance of village centre.  Good lot with gardening soil. Call Don or Rene  Sutherland at 865-9362. Asking $60,000.  RETIREMENT CHARMER $89,900  Here's almost % acre of level cleared property in  quiet Redrooffs Ranch just waiting for a little  T.L.C. The cozy 2 bedroom home is almost  brand new, has a nice floor plan, and is roughed  in for a woodstove. To view this home call Brent  Strad 883-9382. #64$  CHANCELLOR HOME $25,000  Two bedroom 1980 Mobile ��� 14' x 56' located at  Cedars Trailer Court. Pad rental only $85 per  month. For more information call Bronia Robins  at 885-9033. #677  WEST SECHELT $79,500  Smaller two bedroom in popular West Sechelt.  Plenty of room in basement for further  expansion. Sunken living room, enclosed  carport and sundeck are some of the features of  this cozy home. Close to elementary school and  handy to village. Won't last. Terry Brackett 885  9865. #648  FREE  CATALOGUE  AVAILABLE  WEST SECHELT $109,500  Large home in popular subdivision. 1500 square  feet on main level with two large bedrooms and  pantry. Spacious open kitchen and dining area.  There is also a \ basement with a hookup for a  wood heater. Also office in basement. Large lot  with potential view as surrounding area  develops. Call Terry Brackett at 885-9865 to  view. "588  VIEW CORNER LOT,  LANDSCAPED $89,000  Charming three bedroom home situated in  excellent family area. This subdivision has  underground wiring to allow your unrestricted  view of Sechelt Inlet. This home has large living  room, dining room, good working kitchen, lots  of deck and other features. Call Don or Rene  Sutherland at 885-9362. #575  DESIRABLE AREA -  BURNS RD. GIBSONS $125,000  Immaculate family home, steps to nice beach.  * All fenced  * Garden in  * Beautiful fishpond  * Paved driveway  * Quiet area  * Full basement  For more details call Marilyn Strom 886-2307 or  Gibsons Office 886-8126. #226  GIBSONS $132,000 MLS  View of the water and mountains Irom this  contemporary four bedroom home. Convenient kitchen with plenty ol storage and work  area. Three bedrooms upstairs and 1 lull  bathroom and full ensuite in a large master  bedroom. Living and dining room are open plan  with a fireplace. The downstairs is finished with  a recreation room and a cozy brick fireplace,  fourth bedroom with a half bathroom, utBity and  workshop with a separate entrance. Call  Suzanne to view at 886-8317 or Gibsons Office  886-8126. #589  SELMA PARK LEASE $37,500  Here's a nifty 2 bdrm home of fairly modern  design. It needs a clean-up and some T.L.C.  This represents economical living for some  lucky retirees. Call Frances or Syd Heal 885-  5693 or Gibsons Office 886-8126. #217  CLASSIC HOWE SOUND VIEW $92,500  Located high above Granthams on Reed Road.  Superb panoramic view of Keats Is. and North  Shore mountains. Needs some work but with  two bedrooms this roomy home could be very  cozy for a small family, retirees or someone  using it as a basis for rebuilding and expansion.  On large lot with some assumable finance. See it'  with Syd or Frances Heal 885-5693 or Gibsons  Office 886-8126. *219  A MILLION BUCKS  worth of location in this trim three bedroom  house. All on one level, well-kept, with nicely  landscaped lot, you can find this one in the heart  of Sechelt Village, across the street Irom a  lovely park. Easy walk to all amenities. A great  buy at $85,000. Call Dal Grauer at 885-3808 for  details.  OPEN 2-4 JUNE 2&  VETERANS ROAD &  MARION PLACE  16% financing avail, now on this 6 mo. young 3  bedroom Rancher with landscaped lot,  enclosed garage & sep. laundry room off  kitchen. Come in we'll be glad to see you &  youll be glad you did. $98,500. Peter Davidson  886 8400 or Gibsons Office 8868126. ��214  SELMA PARK $32,500  Smaller two bedroom home. Oustanding view.  Only one BTock to beach and short walk to  village. Lease land. Call Terry Brackett al 885  ENJOY  This panoramic view of Pender Harbour 24  hours per day. New construction, three large  bedrooms, three bathrooms, spacious living  room with cozy fireplace. Be the lucky buyer of  this fine home. Asking $139,900. For appointment to view call Gayle Adams at 883-  9364. #478  with 4 bedrooms and two bathrooms and about  1700 sq. ft. of living space. This has to be one of  the best available comparables in the same area  are asking $10,000 more (or less finished space.  Take a look with Frances and Syd Heal 885  5693 or Gibsons Office 886-8126. #210  WELCOME WOODS $69,900  Fantastic southerly exposure from this three  bedroom Mobile Home! Features include an  attached carport, patio, decks and a nicely  cleared tot with an enclosed garden area. For  more details call Brent Strad at 883-9382J569  9865 for all details.  ���646  SUPER VIEW ��� MADEIRA PARK$150,000  From this warm and cosy all cedar Gothic arch  design home in Madeira Park. Kitchen nook,  combined dining and living room on main floor,  two bedrooms upper level, one and a half baths,  approximately 1300 sq. ft. ol living area. Plus  completely finished basement with rec. room,  self-cleaning stove, fridge, washer & dryer  included. Separate 19' x 13' workshop with  cement floor. This could be your dream home.  Call Sylvia Thirlwell at 885-9963 or 885-3295.  #596  SELMA PARK  Charming small home on lease land, handy to  village, level Waterfront with protected  moorage behind the breakwater. Well maintained with a shake roof. Call Terry Brackett for all  details at 885-9865. #601  SECHELT VILLAGE  Three bedroom full basement home on quiet  cul-de-sac. Easy walk to village centre.  Approximate $43,000 assumable mortgage at  1414% due November, 1983. Approximately six  months old. To view call Sylvia Thirlwell at 883-  9963. #644  MONARCH MOBILE ���  COMEAU TRAILER PARK  This 14 x 70 foot, two bedroom near new mobile  is already set up in a quiet Trailer Park. Late  model appliances included and vendor will carry  terms. For more information call Klaus Roepke  at 885-2314.  ROBERTS CREEK  Why buy a small lot in some big subdivision?  You could have a V, acre sunny level bt in  centrally located Roberts Creek. Drive down  your own country lane, as you come into your  properly, picture a Jenish designed home  snuggled in amongst the tall cedars. Owner-  contractor can put you in your own new  home with large variety of quality plans to  choose from. Come on in and create a home.  Phone Randy Wollen 885-5623 or Gibsons  Office 8868126.  #223  in  Ihr deutschsprechender grundstuecksmakler  Sechelt ist Klaus Roepke - privat tel. 885-2314.  CLOSE TO BEACH -  MADEIRA PARK $89,900  Cozy home with basement on Bargain Harbour  Road, approximately one block to beach.  Airtight heater in basement, greenhouse,  garden in, good supply of winter wood. Located  within % mile of shopping centre. Moorage  handy in Bargain Harbour for your boat. Don't  waitl See this one. Call Sylvia Thirlwell at 883-  9963. #678  ROBERTS CREEK $165,900  1.90 subdividable acres in popular Roberts  Creek, close to beach and golf course and only  25 minutes to ferry terminal. Comfortable well-  built home has Frontier air-tight wood stove and  double windows, to ensure low cost heating.  Vendor has bought and will consider realistic  offers. Please call Corry Ross at 885-9250 to  view. #582  INVESTMENT  PROPERTY  vTLLAgEoFGIb!oN5   5.32 acres of subdividable land. Zoned R3  possibility of two family dwellings per lot. Could  be view from southerly portion. For more  details call Marilyn Strom 886-2307 or Gibsons  Office 886-8126. #222  REVENUE DUPLEX $225,000  Superb investment, modern home style side by  side each with two bedrooms plus an in-law  suite. Rental revenue $1,270 per month.  Located at Wilson Creek. See it with Frances &  Syd Heal 885-5693 or Gibsons Office 886-8126.  #211  COMMERCIAL  PROPERTY  TAKE OUT FOOD AND  GROCERY STORE  Corner semi-waterfront store in beautiful  Garden Bay. The store and food outlet is ready  for increased production and is easily operated  by a family. All equipment and fittings included.  Stock estimated as $7,000 in January extra. Call  Don Lock at 885-3730 for more details. #670  INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY $52,500  There's lots of potential for this large  commercial lot on the highway in Halfmoon  Bay. All services except sewer are in. If you have  some creative ideas and don't mind a little hard  work. This is the property for you. Call Brent  Strad for more information at 883-9382. #621  BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITIES  PRIME PROPERTY  Duplex zoned in heart of Gibsons. Deluxe view  of Howe Sound. Older home is presently rented  and any future development could have  M.U.R.B. potential. Asking $150,000. Phone  Randy Wollen 885-5623 or Gibsons Office 886-  8126. ��225  SECHELT $32,500  Well established pet and plant business, no  competition. Excellent main street location.  Low rent. Ideal opportunity for someone  wishing to be sell-employed. Call for more  information Emilie Henderson at 885-5225.                                 #603  Use our Home  TRADE PLAN  6 other offices  to serve you  POWIU RIVIR  WISI VANCOUVI R  N0RIH VANCOUVI R  VANC BURNABY  SURRiY  LANGLiY Sunshine Coast Realtor, June 26, 1981  1  AAm  MMaW       I  ITTEN  REALTY LTD.  SECHELT $35,000  Large level lot close to the arena. All services  except sewer. ��� Good location. Call Terry  Brackett at 885-9865 or Don or Rene  .Sutherland at 885-9362. 0629  HALFMOONBAY $45,000  One acre lot with some view overlookin.  Halfmoon Bay. Water, cable, hydro and phone  available. Some timber. Call Terry Brackett at  885-9865. #602  EGMONT BUILDING LOT $37,500  Large .45 acre lot located on Egmont Road near  the water and close to town. The land is fairly  level and has some marketable trees. Hydro and  telephone are at the road. For more details call  Brent Strad at 883-9382.  BUILDING IN THE FUTURE?  1/3 acre in Welcome Woods. Perfect for the  couple who plan to build eventually, but need a  place to live now. The lot is a prime 1/3 acre,  selectively cleared, and has exceptional  southern exposure. The bonus is a three  bedroom, immaculately kept Bendix Mobile  with attached carport and tiered deck on two  sides. All services are in. The septic field has  been installed and the fridge and stove arc  included. It's ready to move into and the price is  an affordable $67,900. To view call Brent Strad  at 883-9382. #569  CHERYL-ANNE & LOWER  ROBERTS CREEK $47,500  Sunny central Roberts Creek potential view lot.  South slope has Dogwood trees & is only a few  minutes walk from a really fine beach. Check  the price & compare. For more info, call Randy  Wollen 885-5623 or Gibsons Office 886-8126.  #207  PRIME DEVELOPMENT LOT $275,000  Only feet from the ocean in Sechelt. Excellent  opportunity for Cl zoning, Present zoning is  marine 1. The-lease expires June 1 at which time  the lot will be cleared and ready for  development. The commercial potential for this  property is almost endless. For details call Brent  Strad 883-9382. '  #647  WEST SECHELT $44,900  Level fully serviced building lot in new  subdivision. There is some ocean view - easy to  build on. Call Terry Brackett. #664  TUWANEK $23,500  Lovely large bt with a peek-a-book view. This  lot with its tiny creeks lends itself to a very  interestingly designed home. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton 886-8317 or Emilie Henderson 885-  5225. #614  NEW ON MARKET  Almost xk acre lot in quiet Welcome Woods.  Level, beautifully treed and only $45,000. Call  Bronia Robins at 885-9033. #690  SECHELT $49,500  Level lot in the village. This fully serviced lot is  very easy to build on and handy to all amenities.  Call Terry Brackett at 885*9865. #639  -LOTS-  EXCELLENT BUILDING LOT!    $41,900  In exclusive West Sechelt subdivision, paved  roads, hydro, water and sewer available. Call  Emilie Henderson at 885-5225. #605  SEAMOUNT INDUSTRIAL $40,000  Light industrial level lot close to highway and  ready for building, measuring 52.5' x 150'. Call  Syd or Frances Heal 885-5693 or Gibsons office  886-8126. #204  WEST SECHELT $75,000  One plus acre view lot directly across from one  of the best beaches on the coast. Owner has  septic field approval. There is some nice  standing timber. Lots like this are scarce so call  Terry Brackett today for all details at 885 9865.  #618  BRING A FRIEND MLS  and buy these two well treed lots side by side or  combine to make one large parcel. Located on  Garden Bay Road close to Govenment dock,  marinas, and stores. Priced at $35,000 each.  Call Gayle Adams at 883-9364 for more details.  #671  COCHRANE ROAD, GIBSONS $43,800  Stroll to the beach or village. Nicely treed  property backs onto a park.Is flat and serviced.  For further details call Terry Brackett 885-9865  or Barbara MacGregor 886-8126. #224  MARLENE ROAD $44,000  Roberts Creek - Marlene Road ��� centrally  located >4 acre, level treed lot close to beach  access! Partial and increasing view! Water,  electricity, just drive on and build. For further  details phone Don or Rene Sutherland at 885-  9362. ��604  SEAMOUNT INDUSTRIAL PARK  Three side by side lots zoned commercial lighl  industry. Well located back from highway with  total frontage of 150 feet on Venture Way and  side access of 125 ft. Asking $37,000 each or  $110,900 for package. Call Emilie Henderson at  885-5225. #609  SANDY HOOK $43,000  Beautiful view lot,' weH treed. Located on  " Porpoise Bay Drive. Great location within easy  reach of Sechelt. MLS. Call Gayle Adams at  883-9364 for more information. #675  KLAHANIE DRIVE  Beautiful view lot in sunny Sandy Hook. Hydro  and water available. For details call Valerie  Bayntun at 921-8340 or Sylvia Thirlwell at 883-  9963. #643  LOOKING FOR VIEW PROPERTY?  Here is one of the finest views on the Sunshine  Coast. Approximately ',*, acre overlooking  Halfmoon Bay. Come! See! then begin planning  the home of your dreams. Call Eric Rudland  885-9857 or Gayle Adams 883-9364 now. #687  EXCELLENT BUILDING LOT $48,000  Gently sloping, easy to build on, view lot in  lower Gibsons, there is also a small three  room cabin on the property. Call Bryce Leigh at  8868229. #693  VIEW PROPERTY  PORPOISE ROAD $50,000  Sandy Hook lot, par lly cleared with small trailer.  Minutes to quiet beach. Call Valerie Bayntum  921-8340 or Sylvia Thirlwell 883-9963. #650  HALFMOON BAY $39,900  Large lot over one half acre, well treed, septic  approved. Call Emilie Henderson at 885-5225  ���606  VIEW PROPERTY FOR $40,000  Yes it's still possible to get approximately 4 acre  with trees and a view for $40,000 near  Redrooffs and water. Call Bryce Leigh before  it's too late at 885-8229. #571  GIBSONS $45,000  Sunny south facing lot in Creekside meets  requirements for two family structure. Level  and easy to build on. Phone Rita Hummel 886-  7070 or Gibsons Office 8868126. #215  SUPER LOT  .41 acres of exotic rural splendor. Arbutus, wild  flowers, lovely view of sea. Very private and only  10 minutes from Sechelt. $59,900. Call Bronia  Robins at 8859033. #622  STEEP BUT FABULOUS VIEW  Located on Gulfview Road, Madeira Park. This  half acre lot has subdivision possibilities. All  offers will be presented to owners. Call Don  Lock al 885-3730 for more details. #667  $67,900.  LEVEL LOT MLS  Just under \. acre of level lot in Garden Bay.  Ready to build on. This hard to find commodity  is priced right at $39,000. Please call Don Lock  at 885-3730 for more details. #668  OVER (4 ACRE ON SOUTHWOOD  ROAD NEAR REDROOFFS  Absolutely prime building site on this .6 acre lot.  The property has a very gentle slope and is  beautifully treed. A driveway has been put in  and a site has been cleared for a trailer. All  services except sewer are available and the  water has been connected. To view this choice  properly call Brent Str'ad at 883-9382.     #686  BUILDING LOT $9,800 DOWN  IS ALL YOU NEED  Vendor will carry the balance of $39,200 at 2%  below prime. This an attractively treed lot with a  potential for more view in Halfmoon Bay area.  Call Bryce Leigh at 886-8229. #674  EXCELLENT LOTS  Two excellent lots located in Sandy Hook. Both  view. Level lot $35,500. Lot with driveway ir'  $42,000. Call Don or Rene Sutherland at 885-  9362 lor details. #652 & 661  MLS. RESIDENTIAL "GIBSONS-  BUILDING LOT $44,900  Nice building lot on Stewart Road, with  potential view. Available services are village  sewer and hydro. Properly has gentle slope and  old cabin. For information call Klaus Roepke at  885-2314. #681  HOMES  SECHELT ��� LARGE FAMILY  SIZED HOME NEAR ARENA  Great ocean view. Features include sunken tub  off Master bedroom, separate dining area plus  almost 1,000 sq. ft. of sundeck. The basement  features extra bath plus large rec. room, plus  lots of room for expansion. Financing is made  easy with large assumable mortgage at 12%. Call  Terry Brackett at 885-9865.  WEST SECHELT $260,000  Beautiful level waterfront. Pebble beach and  prime location. This large Medallion home is  over 1600 sq. ft. and features fireplace, family  room, post and beam construction, two hot  water heaters and three extra bedrooms. Also  carport and outside storage area. This home  must be seen! Call Terry Brackett at 885-9865.   #676  Use our Home  TRADE PLAN  6 other offices  to serve you  WEST SECHELT $124,900  Exciting new split level home on quiet street.  This house features 1759 sq. ft. of finished living  area on three levels plus an undeveloped  basement. The top level contains the master  bedroom with private sundeck, three piece  ensuite and walk-in closet as well as two other  bedrooms and main bath. Other features  include fresh air fireplace, skylight, double  garage. Also assumable mortgage at 13%. Call  Terry Brackett to view at 885-9865. #590  WEST SECHELT $95,500.  Ideal investment in West Sechelt. Cozy view  home on well landscaped 1 acre lot. Zoning  allows 2 dwellings plus future subdivision  potential. Call Emilie Henderson 885-5225 or toll  free 681*7931. #625  $131,000  Centrally located 2 storey home. Lots of living  space with 5 bedrooms, den, workshop, \%  baths. Level lot is ready for backyard garden.  $46,000 mortgage at 11% due July/84 may be  assumed without qualifications. Rosemary  Young at 886-8359. #202  POWIll RIVIR  WfSI VANCOUVIR  NORIH VANCOUVIR  VANC BURNABY  SURREY  1ANC.IIY  Sberts creek ���  price reduction $159,000  Three bedroom cedar and glass contemporary  on .96 acre, selectively cleared plus small creek  running through backyard. House features  ensuile and deck off Master Bedroom, double  garage, oak parquet floors, indirect lighting,  vaulted cedar ceilings. Minutes to beach. Call  Rosemary Young at 886-8359. #203  vESTfcfcCHELT $199,501  True gardeners paradise! Over one half acre of  meticulous landscaping. Numerous retaining  walls with flower and decorative trees and  shrubs everywhere. Also wishing well, iwo fish  pools, greenhouse and outside storage area  with large storage shed. The large home  fealures, three large bedrooms, family room,  rec, room with bar in basement, double  enclosed garage, and large sundeck. There is  also stone fireplace, wood healer to CUl healing  cosls and plenty ol room in basemenl for  storage or further development. Property  borders small creek and lias a line ocean view.  This home is truly one of a kind. Call Terry  Brackett 885-9865 lo view B649  ULttrtOnfTOKHEVOU  sechelt Office  MtMTrtNi.lv  V��. TON FTM M1-7U1  Gibsons Office  Id tlN U-MT VMlM  888-8126  Member Sunshine Coast  Real Estate Association  HOMES  WEST SECHELT $149,500  Large family home in popular area. This Lindal  home features 2200 sq. ft. of extensive cedar  ceilings. Two and one half baths, large kitchen  and family room. Also free standing brick  fireplace dividing living and family room. The  four bedrooms feature wooden bi-folds and are  very spacious. Must be seen! Call Terry  Brackett at 885*9865. #666  EXECUTIVE HOME $210,000.  Elegant and well designed home in prestigious  West Sechelt. Partial ocean view. Over 1900sq.  ft. of gracious living plus more room for  development. Custom built for owner so quality  is prevelant throughout. Two bedrooms plus  huge master with 3 piece ensuite and sliders to  covered deck. Elegant living and dining rooms,  deluxe kitchen with five appliances included,  cozy family room plus finished rec. room with  brick fireplace, ideal for an office. Washer, dryer  plus $6,000 drapes also included. Call Emilie  Henderson at 885-5225. #656  WELCOME WOODS  New 2 bedroom home with large living area,  heatilator fireplace faced with white marble, two  bathrooms, dining area and good kitchen,  sundeck and carport. Asking $102,900without  appliances. Call Don Lock at 885-3730 for more  details. #658  WEST SECHELT $219,500  Split level contemporary home. The ocean view  is outstanding overlooking Trail and Vancouver  Islands. Three levels with two and a half baths,  solarium, rec. room and heatilator fireplace.  Outside there is a bird aviary and 24 foot  circular pool. The property has been meticulously landscaped. Very private setting on  almost one acre lot. Call Terry Brackett al 885  9865 or Don and Rene Sutherland at 885-9362.  #563  SELMA PARK $82,500  Two small homes on large corner lot. The larger  house has two bedrooms and a large sundeck,  the smaller one bedroom house needs some  work but would be an ideal rental or rent both.  Good location and great ocean view. Call Terry  Brackett at 885-9865. #688   WANTED   BUILDING LOT  Quality contractor wants lot with  builder's terms. Roberts Creek or  Sechelt area. Phone Randy Wollen  885 5623.  FREE  CATALOGUE  AVAILABLE Sunshine Coast Realtor, June 26, 1981  886-2417  saaulew Place  101,  Harry Howard 886-7307  sSmn  922-2017  (Vancouwr Toll Free)  Trou eoddard 886-2417  GIBSONS ��� VIEW ��� VIEW ���  Over 3,000 sq. ft. of living space featuring a large  open main floor. The first class view of Gibsons  Harbour can be appreciated from either the  sundeck off the living room or the large third floor  master bedroom with its ensuite and Jacuzzi. The  home has two more bedrooms on the main. All  this on a half acre of guaranteed privacy. Asking  $135,000.  HOMES  Boua ONllBbMiSABLr! Lflf  The indications are that this large 97 x 187 lot may  be divided into two excellenl properties. The  house has 1340 sq. ft. on the main floor featuring 3  bedrooms, kitchen-dining area, living room with  large fireplace. Downstairs has a finished family  room, workshop and root cellar. All of this and  the central Gibsons location make this property  well worth an inspection. Asking $135,000.  This super family home has four bedrooms, a  large open living room with a sundeck that looks  out over Howe Sound. The house is situated on a  gently sloping well treed lol. The proximity to the  ferry makes ihis an ideal set up for the commuter.  Asking $105,000.  HOUSE ON ACREAGE  This cozy two bedroom Roberts Creek home is  on 2.5 acres of land. Just minutes from the beach  and stores this property is the perfect small  country estate. Asking only $96,500.  NEW LISTING  UNDER CONSTRUCTION ��� GIBSONS  Come in and see the plans for this 1416sq. ft. new  home.  $75,000' AT 13%  The vendor will carry $75,000 at 13% on this  quality Gibsons home. The house is a brand new  1840 sq. ft. Rancher with four bedrooms, master  with ensuite, large family room off kitchen with  wood stove. Sliding glass door, patios. Huge 100 x  237 ft. lot. This home is a must to see! Asking  $137300,  A beautiful setting for a solid family home. The  house is a 1440 sq. ft. Rancher with four  bedrooms, large kitchen, living room with  fireplace and a lot more. The lot is 82 x 162 feet  well landscaped and very private. Asking  $115,000.  LOTS  ROBERTS CREEK ��� COACH ROAD  A half acre of gently sloping view property in quiet  rural surroundings. Asking $55,000-  CHERYL ANN PARK ROAD  Large building bt in an area of quality homes.  Asking $48,000.  GRANTHAMS LOT  Potential view from this building lot hidden  amongst the trees. Asking $35,500.  ACREAGE  SECHELT PARKLAND  l'/i acres of semi-waterfront inlet view property.  This beautiful piece of land borders a natural bird  sanctuary and park only seconds from the  government dock. The real bonus is that the  zoning is multi-family and the package comes with  plans and permits for a 33 unit condominium  complex. Asking $550,000.  GULF ISLAND WATERFRONT  6+ acres with 450 ft. of level waterfront on I  beautiful Reid Island situated between Pender I  and Gabriola Islands. This secluded retreat would J  make an ideal group purchase. Asking $100,000.1  W -Waterfront  H -Homes  A - Acreage  R - Recreational  F - Farms  EXCLUSIVE ESTATE L250  4.6 acres of beauty ��� background for a lovely retreat. Picture  yourself on a very relaxed day, amid Dogwood trees and  nice lawns framed by a white picket fence. Plus a  blacktopped road to the 3 bdrm 1162 sq. ft. doublewide  home in immaculate condition. Where do you park your  car? In the garage. What about the garden tools? Store them  in the garden shed. You can even entertain on the patio this  summer. All this for $140,000. Call Pat Murphy for appt. to  view.  HOME L243  Do you want to relax in a quiet area/lf%u do this 3 bedroom  full basement home on NorvA RoSTccald. be what you are  looking for. Features: \fQm)MSjpbb\two fireplaces, 1 full  bathroom and mama* ���drAnTM, 2 piece ensujte. roughed  in plumbing inl^MaMf carport. House has lovely  brickwork to enhaM-rthe appearance. Also enjoy the view  ol Trail Islands Irom your living room. $107,000. Call Pat  Murphy 885-5171 or Deirdre 885-5971. MLS.   COMMERCIAL ��� SECHELT L249  Two (2) lots zoned commercial I. Ideal location lor  prolessiorBl . Lots' size frontage 100 x 132. At present then  an three residential units (all need repairs & renovations).  Can be income producing with just a little elbow grease and  paint. Good potential holding property. F.P. $165,000. Call  Pat Dahle 885-5692or Pat Murphy 8855171.  Bus. 885-5171  Box 1188, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  "Your Real Estate Hosts  on the Sunshine Coast"  Fiji tii-^ r  LET THE SUN FIND YOU... L264  Relaxing on this 54' x 10* sundeck which is part of a lovely 3  bedroom full basement. 1248 sq. ft. home. Cooking out is no  problem on the patio just set up thebar-b-que then set up the  badminton net on the super level lawn. Guaranteed run in  the sun. All this plus built-in oven, range, fridge and  dishwasher. Don't miss this one. Call Pat Murphy for  ippointment to view. F.P. $110,000.   MAJOR MARINA COMPLEX  Sheltered deep water location in busy harbour center. Rare,  large water bt lease plus 2.5 acres view waterfronl property  with development potential. 3 BR house, 2 rental mobiles, a  beautifully equipped shop, and laundromat service building.  Aircraft facilities, dock side phone, water, electric service.  Optional lease back ol all or part ol the operations. This is an  excellent terms investment. Fairly priced with good terrm.  $580,000  FOUNDATION ALL READY... L264  14 acre lot with concrete foundation already in. I you're  looking for a building tot close to Sechelt with a view that can  only gel belter, here Is your wish. Close to beach access thai  leads lo a very quiet pebble beach. F.P. $75,01  "SEAVIEW APT. WEST SECHELT" L 244  Here is a 4 plex apartment set in a very desirable area. Each  900 sq. ft. 2 bdrm suite has lots of storage as well as a  beautiful view of the Trail Islands. The landscaped property  also has a 1300 sq. ft. "A" Frame home with 1 % baths, lovely  cedar finish inside. Large living room, single car enclosed  garage all this on approx. 1 acre of land. Gentle slope,  southern exposure. Great potential. Call Pat Murphy to  arrange appointment to view. $275,000.  LOOK! WATERFRONT! BUY!!! L260  This Redrooffs Rd. waterfront home is situated in a prime  area. Gentle slope to a pebble beach with good moorage.  Approx. Vi acre. You like to garden ��� well there is great  potential on this lot. The home is approx. 1700 sq. ft. with 2  bedrooms, a spacious kitchen and dining area, an airy utility,  and a living room that opens onto a beautiful sundeck. And  for the one who likes lo get away from it all there is an 11' x  18*6" den. AH this lor $170,000. Call 885-5171.  GOWER POINT L262  Cleared and ready to build. This 100 x 132 bt is in an area  thai you're sure lo like. Quiel, close lo beach and to the  Bonniebrook Lodge. F.P. $75,000. Call 885-5171.  GOWER POINT ��� EXCELLENT VIEW L 261  This esplanade waterfront is on the market. The bt is 100 x  217, with an excellenl view and lust an esplanade separates il  from the waterfront. Call now. F.P. $90,000.  MEMBER SUNSHINE COAST REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION "P.T," Dahle 885-5692 Deirdre 885-5971 Pat 885-5171 Sunshine Coast Realtor, June 26, 1981  SUNNYCREST  SHOPPING  CENTRE  886-2277  IBSONS  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  682-1513  \S AND LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD.  Member Sunshine Coast     R.R. #2, Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0      Real Estate Association  NOW AVAILABLE  10 TOWNHOUSES  Panoramic view of Howe Sound and Georgia Strait  The location is a bonus ��� only steps from shopping, swimming and moorage.  Enjoy the benefits of carefree, maintenance free townhouse living. These two  and three bedroom units are ideal for full time or weekend use. Fully landscaped  and maintained grounds. Covered individual parking. All units feature  fireplaces, balconies, twin seal windows and major appliances.  Ancipated Occupancy Date is July 1st, 1981  Excellent Value at $97,500 to $113,000  INVESTMENT - COMMERCIAL - REVENUE  GIBSONS VILLAGE: Are you a baker? This baker has been in business in the village of  Gibsons for 20 years. Business is increasing steadily with excellent potential to expand into  restaurant, supermarket etc. Owner may carry large 1st at preferred interest rates. Call for  more details.  MARINE DR: Waterfront Revenue. lOff of  prime low bank waterfront in Village of Gibsons.  Unexcelled view of sheltered Howe Sound. Solid  tenants in all three suites. Building remodelled  and upgraded. Very attractive property consisting of 4 bedrooms, 3 bedroom and 2 bedroom  suites with fireplaces. Don't miss your chance to  own this waterfronl triplex. $252,400.  HIGHWAY 101: This industrial building has a  total of 5,000 square feet. It has three tenants,  leased out on two five year leases and one three  year lease. It's located on Highway 101, on  industrial zoned lot, size 167' on Ihe Highway by  124' deep. There is room for another building on  ihis lot. Present building has plans for suites on a  second floor (see Listing Broker for plans).  Present annual income is $29,400. $290,000.  GIBSONS VILLAGE: Extremely well built  concrete block building with bend beams and  rebar. Two areas easily separated 1304 square  feet and 1109 square feet. 360square feet covered  carport area. Heating is forced hot water (oil  fired). Established commercial area. Gorgeous  view of Howe Sound and Gibsons Harbour.  $269,500.  STEWART ROAD: Fifteen acres of industrial  land, zoned Industrial 1, which takes light and  heavy industry. Three phase power available if  necessary, located on Stewart Road just off North  Road. This is in three five acre parcels and can be  divided or resold if purchaser does not want that  much property. $325,000.  WOODCREEK PARK  OPEN HOUSE BY BUILDER  Saturday, June 27 and  Sunday, June 28  2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.  WOODCREEK PARK: Executive home on .39  acre treed lot backing onto the ravine park. This  lovely new home features 4 bedroms, 3  washrooms, den family room plus living and  dining room. This quality constructed home is.  ideal for the family that likes room to move with  2040 square feet of finished floor area. The two  car garage and full brick fireplace are just some of  the extra touches that set this home apart from  the rest. $149,500.  Have your questions answered by the Builder  WATERFRONT   ACREAGE  LOWER ROAD: Waterfront. Being the only  I subdividable waterfront acreage on the market in  Roberls Creek makes this a rare find. As it is, it's a  beauty: 2.10 acres of undisturbed, gently sloping  terrain complimented with tall firs and huge  cedars; roads dedicated on two sides; out front,  one of the few sandy beaches on the coast. As a  I private estate or for investment, this is a must see.  Priced lo sell at $195,000.  WATERFRONT ACREAGE...$49,500:  Un  believable! It's not a misprint, that is the full price.  Total 2.46 acres with approximately 275 feet  sandy beach. The property is fairly level, with a  small rock bluff but good building sites, situated in  Howe Sound across from Britannia Beach. Of  course there's a catch ��� access by boat only, no  water and no power, but still great for summer  cabin or weekend getaway.  IMaBiMHLUaM  ���**  NORTH ROAD, GIBSONS  2 & 3 BEDROOM TOWNHOUSES  Available July 1, 1981  All Suite* Future:  * Fridge  * Stove  * Built-in dishwasher  * Washer & Dryer  * Gorgeous Brick Fireplaces  * W.ill to wall deluxe carpet  * l*v Bains  * Skylights  * Huge Master Bedroom  * Close to shopping  * Close to schools  * Close to transportation  * All services  * Builders Home Warranty  * Fully landscaped grounds  * Extra storage room  * Parking for 2 cars  * Concrete Driveway  * Fully (enced  * Energy efficient  These beautiful suites make a perfect affordable first home and/or investment  and holding property. All units qualify for C.M.H.C. insured mortgaging which  insures the best possible mortgage rate quickly. These properties are brand  new, ready to move into July 1st and priced to sell at $84,900 - $94,900.  LOTS  LOT 81 REDROOFF ESTATES: .49 acre on  Southwood Road. Well off the beaten path  guaranteeing privacy. Potential view. Vendor will  take $20,000 down and balance al 15%, 2 year  term. Priced to sell fast at $37,500.  CREEKSIDE PARK: Lot 70. Nice level building  lot. Fully serviced including sewer. Close to  shopping, schools, etc. One of the last chances to  buy a good lot in this area for this price. $39,900.  SUNNYSIDE DRIVE: Urge lot 100 x 150,  already cleared, ready to build on. On septic tank  but no field required. Disposal system hook-up  available. $51,500.  SUNNYSIDE DRIVE: This 100 x 150 lot is  ideally situated at the end of a no thru road, Area  is fast building up with new quality homes. A 2  storey home on this lot would have a view of  Georgia Strait. This lot must be seen to  appreciate the value of the 100 foot widths of the  surrounding lots. $52,500.  CHAMBERLIN ROAD: Lovely view lot looking'  south into Howe Sound and Georgia Strait.  Cleared and ready to build on. 76 x 170. Well  priced at $54,900.  WOODCREEK PARK: Lot 58. Approximately  80 x 128 with ocean view. Corner lot on  intersection of two cul-de-sacs, therefore the lot  accommodates many varying building plans.  Vendor will build to suit. See this lot & start  planning your home now.  ARGENT ROAD & HIGHWAY 101: Beautifully treed/lot in Roberts Creek, approximately  100 x 105. Fully serviced 6/10ths of an acre, this  lot could accommodate duplex, domestic  industry, hoby farm, single family residential or  mobile home. The perfect natural setting.  $49,000.  HWY 101: 50 x 150 industrial lot in Seamount  Park. All services. $40,000.  SCHOOL RD: 13 Viewlots in Gibsons Village.  Servicing nearing completion. Priced from  $57,500.  MALAVIEW ROAD: Lot 9 on Malaview Road.  Cleared ready to build on. All services. 1 block to  school and a very nice area. $39,500.  MARINE VIEW WAY: Sechelt. This60'x 131.9'  lot is easy lo build on and has already been  cleared and is ready for construction of your  reverse plan home. Located only one mile from  downtown Sechelt, close to the water, marina,  staking rink and other amenities. Yes, you may  even get a view. $35,900.  CREEKSIDE PARK: Lot 9. Excellent building  lot in popular Creekside Park Estates. Good view  potential along with paved streets, city sewer,  cablevision, hydro and water. Gibsons Creek  runs down rear of lot making this an ideal  purchase. $39,500.  HOMES ON  ACREAGE  PORT MELLON HIGHWAY: 4.54 acres with  1095 feet of highway frontage. Zoned A3D, can  take another dwelling. House is situated at one  end of property and nicely landscaped. Home is  1 % storey with open vaulted ceiling in living room.  Three bedrooms up and 4 piece bath. Extra large  family room and living room downstairs. Twin  seal windows. Appliances included. Good  workshop at rear of double carport. $178,000.  ACREAGE  CHAMBERLIN ROAD: Nearly 5 acres of  beautiful timbered acreage. Water, hydro, cable  and paved streets close by. Ideal hobby farm or  holding acreage. Priced to sell. $99,500.  MOUNTAIN VIEW ESTATES: 2 acres in  Mountain View Estates, Kleindale. Access front  and back. 7 minules from shopping and school in  Madeira Park. Some marketable timber or build a  log house! Surrounding properties all have wells.  $64,900  HIGHWAY 101: Five bedroom older home on  five acres close to Gibsons. Property is cleared  with good creek through one corner and  numerous outbuidings. This parcel has many fruit  trees and lots of garden possibilities. $160,000.  HENRY RD: A rare find. Duplex with acreage.  1250 square feet per unit with 2 bedrooms each.  Large rooms, storage and laundry rooms in each.  Includes appliances. Don't hesitate, call now.  $179,500.  NORTH ROAD: at Cemetary Road. 5 acres of  secluded timbered property. Great hobby farm  with barn, chicken coop and corrals. On good  well but regional water available. Owner has  permission for second dwelling on property. 300  feet of highway frontage. 1460 square feet home  only 7 years old Built-in china cabinet, 2 full  baths, huge sundeck. Owner says Sell! Make an  appointment to view today. $165,000.  STEVE        ANNE        JOHN TERRI  SAWYER    GURNEY   HANSON    HANSON  ,886-7678    886-2164    886-8295     886-8295  GREG        GARY DAVE JON LORRIE  GRANT    PUCKETT ROBERTS     MCRAE        GIRARD  886-7204    886-9508    886-8040      885-3670      886-7760 Sunshine Coast Realtor, June 26, 1981  SUNNYCREST  SHOPPING  CENTRE  886-2277  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  IBSONS    .   ��-,,-,   ���    rni.irn  ^AND land development ltd. oi��  R.R. #2, Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  HOMES HOMES HOMES  GRADY RD: 2 storey Alpine house with 2  fireplaces, three bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and an  entertaining sized recreation room. Hardwood  floors in most rooms. Lot is 70 x 157 fully  landscaped with particularly nice rock work  front. View of water, Keats Island and Soames  Hill. No wires because this area is all underground  wiring. $159,000,  CREEKSIDE PARK: Brand new 1672 square  feet 1% storey home In Creekside Park Estates  This home is on city sewer, city water and  cablevision and features fireplace, large rec,  room, laundry room and workshop. Two car  carport and is on a quiet cul-de-sac close to  shopping and transportation. Ready to move into.  mm  nrr>  ARGENT RD: Terrific Spanish home on one o  our best view lots. Two fully finished floors,.tota  2300 sq. ft. Four bedrooms, 2% bathrooms, rec  room, utility room and workshop. Two fireplaces,  double carport, intercom and wet bar. Within  walking distance of shopping and schools. Make  an appointment to view. $159.900.  IE DRIVE: Assume 13% mortgage!  Exceptionally well built three bedroom 1260  ���iquare foot rancher on huge 100 x 150 lot makes  the ideal family home at an affordable price.  Features include shake roof, huge stone fireplace,  extra high quality carpeting, concrete driveway,  :arport, double windows throughout, bay  window, extra large rooms and much more.  2jojw^CM��wanutimeJip7i9^^  SELMA PARK - $54,900: Can you believe this?  A 900 square foot house with two bedrooms,  including all appliances, brick heatilator fireplace,  walking distance to Sechelt and a fantastic view.  Call to view anytime. This is not a leased  property.  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 sq. ft. Appliances included in the unusual  price of $44,900.  i  MARION PL: Ideal family floor plan with those  extra features you would ask for in a custom  home. Vaulted ceilings in living room, dining room  and kitchen. Fireplace with feature wall, bay  window and a bright bit of sunshine through the  ensuite skylight. Master features large walk-in  closet and full size washroom. Kitchen is very  conveniently set up with utility room and washer  and dryer steps away. Nicely located in quiet cul-  de-sac of new homes. Take advantage of today's  prices with planned occupancy. $106,900.  CHASTER RD: A-frame, two bedroom home on  cleared level lot. Ideal for starter, recreational or  revenue. Developing area on no through gravel  road. Close to shopping and transportation.  $59,900.  ,  .   ^���^���^'-������������''���'���'Wii^.  :KSIDE PARK: Perfect 2 storey family  home at an affordable price in beautiful Creekside  Park Estates. This 1700 sq. ft. four bedroom  home features finished basement, rec. room,  large workshop, laundry room, 1% baths. Al  appliances including fridge, stove, dishwasher,  washer, dryer and freezer. Fully landscaped  grounds with concrete drive, pet run and wood  shed. Owner has done high quality work to make  this a warm comfortable family home. Phone to  Jew anytime. $109.500.  ^   O'SHEA RD: Tidylittle home with Finnisl  sauna. This immaculate house has 2 bedrooms  fireplace, kitchen area includes 4 appliances!  Sauna and tiled shower at rear. Garage has  workshop and small office. Garden is in fruit tree;  and flowering shrubs. $79,900,  FIRCREST ROAD: Well built and  three bedroom home. Features a large living  room with a beautiful stone fireplace and dining  area. Bright and sunny kitchen with nook. The all  nighter in the basement makes it economical to  heat. This 1160 square foot house is on a well  landscaped 61 x 131 lot and has an assumable  mortgage of 12*%% for eighteen months.  $112.000.  SOUTH FLETCHER & CHARMAN: Custom  view home. Located across the street from the  tennis courts in the Bay area, this brand new  home features three bedrooms, two bathrooms,  plus a full basement. Priced at $149,500.  CREEKSIDE: New construction. Two storey  unique designed home, over 2000 square feet of  living area. Main floor has living room with  fireplace, dining room, family room, bedroom,  utility room and bathroom. Upstairs has three  bedrooms and bathroom. All bedrooms have  walk-in closets. All this on a good lot in Creekside  Park Estates, close to schools, shopping centre  and recreation. $119,500.   ABBS ROAD: View! View! View! Are yoi  looking for a view home high on the hill with a view  forever! This is it! The view is spectacular! It goes  from the north tip of Keats Island through  Gibsons Harbour, The Gap, The Bluff, Georgie  Strait and of course the coast mountains. Tht  home is three levels with 4 bedrooms, hug*  recreation room, office or den, and balconies  along the front. The landscaping is already ir  place. Additional features include full ensuite of  master bedroom plus another full bath and a hat  bath. This home must be seen "to be believed  $149,900.  lautiful ranch style family  iome with large rooms and bay window. Stone  Fireplace with energy grate and fan. Sundeck,  double windows and R28 insulation. Assumable  l\%% mortgage. Phone to view anytime.   ���. j**r���.vr  *����..    MARLENE RD: Brand new 3 bedroom home on  1�� acre in Roberts Creek. Master bedroom has  ensuite plumbing, custom kitchen cabinets, large  sundeck. Beautiful and private, easy to landscape  lot. And more. This home has all permits in place  to make the full basement into M.U.R.B. duplex.  The house design easily facilitates either single or  duplex use. Truly the home with great investment  potential. $119,500.  m  RADCLIFFE ROAD: Selma Park. Three  bedroom view home. Two bedroom upstairs and  one down. Large rec. room with fireplace  roughed in. An efficient floor plan and the yard  offers view and privacy. $120,000.  LAUREL RD: Davis Bay. Custom built ocean  view home in the most beautiful area of the  Sunshine Coast. 2 blocks to sandy beach, Davis  Bay dock, fishing, store, church, day care centre  and school. This beautiful home features custom  designed interior, 2 fireplaces, huge sundeck,  ensuite, finished basement, huge rec. room,  landscaping and much more. Phone to view  anytime. $124,900.  REID ROAD: Absolutely gorgeous quality home  on huge lot. Three bedrooms, 1% baths, carport,  garage, storage shed. Home is only 1 year old,  ceramic tile kitchen floor, oak cabinets, brick  fireplace, Jenn- Aire range and microwave. All this  on level landscaped fenced lot. Other features too  numerous to mention. Must be seen. $129,000.  GUNCLUB RD: Wilson Creek. 15% ��� 1st  mortgage available by vendor to qualifiec  purchaser. Roomy three bedroom home has lot)  of extras. Skylights, fireplace, family room of  kitchen, unfinished rec. room, ensuite and walk-in  closets. Double attached garage. All for only  $119,500.   Why pay rent? Nicely set up  12 x 68, 1974 Chancellor trailer with large  sundeck. Also foundation for extending. Lot is 70  x 220, duplex zoned. Lots this size are rare and  due to higher costs to develop new subdivisions  btsohhissizewillno^be^^  CREEKSIDE CRESCENT: Here is a unique  designed 1 V& storey home made for spacious living  by a family that needs lots of room. Main floor has  1103 square feet. Living room has vaulted ceiling,  family room for privacy, bathrooms down and up,  674 square feet upstairs with three bedrooms. On  a good lot in Creekside which is three blocks to  shopping centre, schools, medical clinic and all  for the price of $115,500.  HIGHWAY 101: just north of Crucil Rd. in the  village of Gibsons. Small home presently rented  at $300 per month. Lot is zoned to allow aduplex.  Existing home is set to the front, however the  maximum view potential would be closer to the  rear of this lot. This is truly a house with  investment potential. $89,000.  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY: Selma Park.  View and Revenue. Older home and separate self-  contained one bedroom cottage on large parcel in  Selma Park. Centrally located, this piece is within  easy walking distance from Sechelt. Comfortable  re-decorated main home features two bedrooms,  a large sundeck and a dark room for the  photographer. Nicely landscaped but still very  'private. Starter, investment or retirement, this  one qualifies. $99,500.  MAPLEWOOD LANE: Assume 1314% mortgage! Luxury coptemporary home priced to sell  now! Check the market thoroughly before you  view this executive home and then compare these  features. The living room features huge brick  fireplace with heatilator of course. Vaulted  ceilings finished in beautiful natural wood. Large  dining room that opens to patio and completely  landscaped and fenced grounds. The huge  kitchen opens to your large family room with  Franklin fireplace. Upstairs features three  bedrooms with balcony off master facing south to  view Georgia Strait and the Islands. Deluxe wall  to wall throughout. Additional features include 1%  baths, acres of storage, 2 car garage, laundry  room, concrete drive, etc. The owner says sell!!  Phone to view now. $129,900.  SARGENT ROAD: Watch the boats go by, just  part of the terrific view of the ocean from this  Tudor style 2 year old home. Lot has been  exceptionally well landscaped with extra retaining  walls. House has 1 bedroom down and 2 spacious  ones up. Living room has fireplace, separate  dining room has built-in cupboard. Kitchen has  separate dining area. $119,500.  WATERFRONT  HOMES  SAKINAW LAKE: Sunny exposure and privacy  are the key features for your recreational)  enjoyment. Secure government lease on 1.24  ���acres of waterfront with one bedroom cottage.,  Boat access. $35,000.  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 10  Sunshine Coast Realtor, June 26, 1981  ^  Or**.  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE  BOX 1490,  WHARF ROAD  SECHELT, B.C.  VON-3A0  PHONE  885-2235  VANCOUVER  689-5838  (Toll Free)  "TWO OFFICES  No. 700 SAMRON  LANDSCAPED/4 BEDRM  SELMA PARK VIEW HOME No. 847  On quiet Radcliffe Road with a fine view this  attractive 3 bedroom home with full basement,  fireplaces and carport on a big lot really deserves  your inspection. More information or appointment lo view from Ed Baker at 885-2641 or Bert  Walker 885-3746. Asking just $130,000.  WEST PORPOISE BAY  VIEW HOME No. 704  1248 sq. ft., 3 bedroom lull basement home,  located in West Porpoise Bay, just minutes past  the ice-arena. Some leatures lo mention, besides  the spectacular view, are a Squamish rock feature  wall, ensuite off master bedroom, wrap around  sundeck and double pane windows. This home  must be seen if you're in the market for a fine  home. Asking $115,000. Call George Longman  886 8548 for all the details.  STANLEY PARK No. 722  World famous for its magnificent, quiet, ocean  selling! Now Century 21 is offering you an ocean  park estate In prestigious Wesl Sechelt ������ 1.17  acres of private wooded ocean (runt property.  The spacious 2 bedroom home, nestled amongst  arbutus and bush evergreens, commands a  southerly view of Trail Islands and the Gulf.  Discover this unique setting with George  Longman 886-8548 or Rita Percheson 885-5706.  $315,000.  SPECTACULAR VIEW No. 777  Sparkling blue waters ol Gulf & Trail Islands is  yours to enjoy! Discover this cozy 2 bedroom  Selma Park home in its landscaped setting. This  large property is bordered in evergreen privacy  hedge and the grounds are bountilully planted in  blossoming fruit trees and ornamental shrubs.  The real show stopper is the price, $89,000. Call  Rita Percheson 885*5706.  BEACH AVE. OFFERS MORE  THAN LOCATION No. 837  New 3 bedroom home with 2550 sq. ft. of living  space situated on over H acre of land. This home  has it all - features are too numerous to mention. It  must be seen to be appreciated. If you're in the  market for a fine quality built home call George  Longman for a personal tour at 886-8548. Asking  Price $175,000.  WAKEFIELD No. 829  1 acre of gracious cedars with a meandering road  leading you to a fine, handcrafted home of  approx. 1950 sq. ft, There are too many features  to describe here. Ill mention one - up an open  staircase to a large family room, lean on a finely  turned railing and look down on a large living  room ��� oh yes, only $179,900. Call me and I'll  show you much more. Elker Ekdahl 885-3584.  SANDY HOOK SOLITUDE No. 768  Over an acre of subdividable privacy for you to  retreat to. The cozy, one bedroom home is warm  and wailing for $87,500. Bill Walkey 885-5327.  ADVANTAGE YOURS! No. 834  Lots of potential in this revenue producing home  on view lot in Selma Park. Upstairs livingarea has  cozy brick fireplace and 3 bedrooms with private  deck and ensuite off master bedroom. Two  bedroom basement suite has brick F.P. and  roomy living area. This home just needs a little  care to transform it into a real money maker!  $102,000. Rita Percheson 885 5706.  ROBERTS CREEK No. 841  Cozy two bedroom home on Lower Road. This  home features a large living room with airtight  healer and a bright kitchen with sliding doors that  lead to over 250 sq. ft. of sundecks. The home is  situated in a beautiful park like setting that  include a year round stream, fruit trees, lawns and  garden. Priced at only $82,000. This ideal  retirement or young couple's home will nol last  long. Call Pat Parker al 885 5615 or 885-2235 to  arrange a tour.  "SELMA PARK BEAUTY" No. 797  Brand new 1320 sq. ft. 2 bedroom full basement  home with 160 degree view of Georgia Str. and et.  al from living room, kitchen, dining room and  master bedroom. Features:-  -* Paved Driveway and Sidewalks.  * Shake Roof & Stained Cedar Siding.  * Double Sink in Main Bathroom & Ensuite.  * Oak Cabinets.  -A* Double Flue    Chimney.  * Two Car Enclosed Carport.  with quality construction throughout. Asking  $149,500 To view this fine home call George  Longman 886-8548.  MEMBER SUNSHINE COAST  SECHELT 885-2235  ED BAKER  885-2641  ELMER EKDAHL  885-3584  LESLIE FITCH  885-9057  BOB KENT GEORGE LONGMAN   LARRY MOORE   RUTH MOORE  885-9461 886-8548 885-9213 885-9213 Sunshine Coast Realtor, June 26, 1981  PHONE  885-2235  VANCOUVER  689-5838  BOX 1490,  WHARF ROAD  SECHELT, B.C.  VON-3A0  "��>  *��  TO SERVE YOU"  HOMES  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE-  LOTS  WEST SECHELT ���  BEAT THIS BUY No. 747  You take plush broadloom, 3 good bdrms, one  ensuite, a semi-gothic ceilinged living room,  formal dining room with a fine sky lighted family  room off the well appointed kitchen and add a big  double garage; OK? Now mix it all together with  $129,500, shake welt and you have the most  appetizing home in this price range. You call - 111  prove it - or you can mix me in also. Elmer Ekdahl  885-3584.  VV/YII Kl ROM  MLS No. 795  Ideal retirement home only a short distance from  Sechelt. This six tenth acre landscaped property  features a great view ol Merry bland, southern  exposure and a two bedroom home. For more  details or to arrange your personal tour call Pat  Parker at 885 -5615or 885-2235. Asking$215,000.  No. 737  2500* square feet ol family living on three levels.  The seemingly endless list of features includes  three fireplaces, four bedrooms, intercom system  and energy efficient heating system. As a bonus  this property includes a small revenue home at  the water's edge. Pat Parker 885-5615 or Leslie  Fitch 885-9057 wiP be happy to provide more  details.  PRIVACY YOURS No. 844  In this inviting 3 bedroom rancher on Cooper  Road in park-like Welcome Woods. The  convenient family kitchen is handily located  adjacent to the utility room. Step from the  spacious living room through sliding glass doors  onto your own private lawn area. There's lots of  sunshine and room for a swimming pool! The best  news is the price! 197,000. Call Rita Percheson  885-5706.  "WEST SECHELT RANCHER"      No. 796  Underconstruction 1120 sq. It, 2 bedroom ranch  style home with attached carport located in one of^  Ihe finer areas of West Sechelt, just minules from'  beach, schools and shopping. Asking $94,500  so if you're in the market for a quality built starter  or retirement home call George Longman 886-,  8548.  WATERFRONT RESORT No. 833  Rare waterfront parcel showing good return from  3 cabin rentals has renovated home for owner or  as additional revenue source. This property of  over 31, acres has good sized float with quiet,  deep moorage on over 150 feet of frontage.  Owner has plans showing further development  potential. Asking $315,000 but vendor will  consider some terms. For appointment or more  information call Bert Walker 885-3746.  GOING EAST MLS No. 732  Says the Vendor, so sell my home quickly.  Reduced to $115,000, this 5 bedroom, 2 level  home with a spectacular view, from Ihe huge deck  of Whiskey Slough will win your heart. Call Bill  Walkey 885-5327 or Bert Walker 885-3746.  ROBERTS CREEK HOME No. 801  3 bedroom 1216 sq. ft. home located on over %  acre of land in lower Roberts Creek. The full  basement is presently rented but could make a  good in-law suite or recreation room. Asking  $102,000. Call George Longman 886-8548.  ACREAGE  ACREAGE ZONED 'R2J' No. 799  Zoning 'J' allows for % acre lots approx., 17.5  acres in Middlepoint can be yours for the low  price of $118,000. For all the details call Leslie  Fitch al 885-9057 or Bert Walker at 885-3764.  10.87 ACRES - ROBERTS CREEK No. 780  10.87 acres zoned ALR in Roberts Creek.  Properly has southern exposure, with a view of  Georgia Strait from the top half. Water is supplied  from a natural spring fed reservoir. Owner says  some merchantable cedar trees. All thiscomplete  with 3 bedroom Mobile Home, barn and storage  shed. Asking price $189,000. Bring your offers to  George Longman 886-8548.  V.i ACRES No. 719  2\i acres of treed seclusion. Nice level property  bordering on Ihe golf course. Good building sites,  could leave abundance of natural greenery to  assure privacy. Asking $110,000. Ed Baker 885-  2541.  LAND BARON No. 788  * West Sechell location.  * 24.7 acres.  * Near level topography.  * Southerly exposure.  * Developing area.  * Gazetted road on 4 sides.  * For additional information call Rita Percheson  at 8855706  R2L MLS No. 835  * 8.5 acres (approx.)  * 1,000 ft. highway frontage (approx.)  * Mostly level  * Second growth timber  * Browning Road area  * $295,000  Pat Parker 885-5615.       2 UNIQUE VIEW LOTS       No. 740 & 741  A rare opportunity to acquire a spectacular  western view ol the Georgia Strait - over the Trail  Islands, into the sunsets. Super view lots for  perpetuity for people with vision and foresight.  One approximately % acre $64,900  One approximately % acre $46,200  Or buy the two for $109,000  Each lot has passed perc test and zoned for  duplex construction. Call Lynn Wilson at 885-  5755  ROBERTS CREEK  BUILDING LOT No. 826  Half acre bldg lot - all services available except  sewer. Located in the quiet and desirable area of  Roberts Creek. Close to beach and golf course. A  thousand stars and no thumbs down to the  purchaser of this fine lot. Asking $49,900. Call  George Longman 886-8548.  VILLAGE LOT No. 778  62.5' x 120' building lot in area of new homes. All  services available (hydro, cable, phone, water and  sewer). Price firm at $44,900. Pat Parker 885-  5615.  BIG LOT - GOOD LOCATION No. 775  This nicely treed comer lot (133 x 142) is just  minutes from the ferry terminal at Earl's Cove.  Usual services of hydro, water and phone are  installed to the side of the road. Asking just  $27,500. Bert 885 3746.  PRIME TIME No. 756  To purchase this prime lot, well located in West  Sechelt. Special site of 77' x 178 in a good area of  new homes with an even expanding view. Priced  at only $62,000. Larry or Ruth Moore 885-9213.  TUWANEK OPPOSITE BEACH No. 823  Drive into Tuwanek and inspect this high impact  lot opposite the beach access. Lot ready for your  home, culverts and drive, in. When can you start  building? F.P. $35,500. Bill Walkey 885-5327.  A CUT ABOVE No. 785  But priced below other lots in this area. Only  $44,900 and the clearing has been done and all  services including sewer are at the lot line. A real  West Sechelt winner. Larry or Ruth Moore 885  9213.  WEST SECHELT  BUILDING LOTS No. 790  Your choice of 3 lots on sewer, paved road,  selectively cleared, culverts in. All new homes in  area. Save yourselves problems and money by  not having septic fields and clearing to contend  with. Asking $49,500. Call Ed Baker 885-2641.  SHOAL WAY No. 810  60' x 105' lot in attractive, quieter area of Sechelt  near arena. Serviced by water, hydro & paved  road. Only $40,000. Call Rita Percheson at 885-  5706.  Sandy Hook  - SEAVIEW ROAD -  Lot 107 ��� $34,000  - SANDY HOOK ROAD -  Lot C - $40,000  Lot 30 ��� $43,000  Lot 49-$38,000  - DEERHORN DRIVE -  Lol 44 ��� $39,900  Lot 52 - $39,000  Bill Walkey 885-5327  Pat Parker 885-5615  - DEERHORN DRIVE -  Lot 35 - $38,500  George Longman 886-8548  - PORPOISE DRIVE -  Lot 35 - $54,900  Rita Percheson 885-5706  Vt��w Lots  REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION  GIBSONS OFFICE      886-8194  SECRET COVE WATERFRONT  $79,900 No. 730  This beautiful treed recreational lot is selectively  cleared and is an excellent building site. Lots of  sunshine. Driveway is in. Located on paved road.  Hydro, water & telephone available. Approved  for septic installation. For more information call  Lynn Wilson 885-5755.  NO. 1 No. 761 & 733  Question: Why has Redrooffs become one of  our most desirable residential areas  on the coast?  Answer: The average lot size is almost twice  that found in most other residential  areas! This means you enjoy a  spacious park-like setting at dollar  value prices. Nearby Sargeant's  Bay is a marine wonderland for  swimming, boating & fishingl  Century 21 is offering 3 beautiful,  treed building lots in Welcome  Woods for $47,500 each. This is  your opportunity to capture a  country setting in our fast developing coastal paradise! Call Rita  Percheson 885-5706.  LOOK AT THE PRICE!! No. 839  1/3 acre+ triangular shaped lot with fine building  sites available. Good stand of limber. Potential  view. Paved road, hydro. For further details call  Lynn Wilson 885-5755 ��� priced at $22,000.  ROBERTS CREEK No. 840  Great building sile on lower road. This quarter  acre lot features a gentle slope, a southern  exposure and a metal storage building on  concrete pad. At $45,000 this property is priced  below other comparable property in the area.  More details available from Pat Parker at 885-  5615 or 885-2235.  WEST PORPOISE RAY No. 705  % acre, spectacular view lot just minutes pass ice  arena. The perfect setting for your dream home.  May have subdivision possibilities in the future.  Asking $59,000. Call George Longman 886-8548.  PEACE & QUIET No. 753  When you buy this huge lot (over 32,000 sq. ft.) in  the upper Wakefield area, youll congratulate  yourself on a fine purchase. Over 200 ft. frontage  on Norwest Bay Road, the best lot in the area and  only $60,000. Call me now Bill Walkey 885-5327.  COUNTRY QUIET IN  WOODED REDROOFFS No. 824  Nestle your new home for wooded privacy on this  building lot in Redrooffs. Lot is situated on paved  road and has over 100 ft. of road frontage. Area of  newer homes on spacious grounds. Swimming  and fishing at nearby Sargeants Bay. Priced at  $54,900. For more details call Lynn Wilson at  885-5755.  SECRET COVE No. 804  * Semi-waterfront wooded lot with 151 feet road  frontage!  * Public lane to protected waters of Secret  Cove only 1 block from property!  * Priced to sell fast $45,000.  * Call Rita Percheson 885-5706.  SANDY HOOK No. 838  A breathtaking view can be yours with the  purchase of not one but two Sandy Hook lots.  The lots may be sold together or separately.  Priced at only $65,000 for both. For more  information call Leslie Fitch at 885-9057 or Rita  Percheson at 885-5706.  SEEING IS BELIEVING No. 759  The view from this incredibly beautiful esplanade  waterfront lot. 100' x 217' of pure beauty, choice  of building sites and septic system installed. Only  $120,000. Call Larry or Ruth at 8859213 for  more information.  SAY CAN YOU SEE? No. 806  The sea, Vancouver Island and lots of boat traffic -  you sure can! From this lovely 82' x 341' super  steep waterfront lot. All this and priced at only  $77,500. Larry or Ruth Moore 885 9213.  WEST SECHELT SPECIAL No. 786  Large well treed lot near school. Special price  only $44,900 Call Larry or Ruth Moore 885 9213.  PAT PARKER  885-5615  RITA PERCHESON  885-5706  LARRY REARDON  885-9320  BERT WALKER  885-3746  BILL WALKEY  885-5327  LYNN WILSON  885-5755 12  Sunshine Coast Realtor, June 26, 1981  DENTAL CENTRE  GIBSONS  n^    nni Zl  ���CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE  fl?f.V  PHONE  886-8194  VANCOUVER  689-5838  (Toll Free)  %%  X  NESTLED IN HORTICULTURE     No. 842  This cozy 963 sq. ft., 2 bdrm home minutes from  the beach will delight you the minute you ^'ep intc  the front yard. Gorgeous, mature ornamental  shrubbery and fruit trees set the scene for this  older home nestled among the trees. With a little  T.L.C. and $73,500 you could be very happy.  Call Bill Walkey at 885-5327 or Judy Eldred at 885-  9?J>6.  ONE OF A KIND No. 773  This three bedroom house is going to be the  ultimate in a one level home. The floor plan is  perfectly coordinated to take full advantage of  the large view lot. Pantry off kitchen, two  masonary fireplaces, hidden gutters, wood  windows set this home apart. Builder will assist in  financing on the asking price of $169,000. Call  Lvnda at 886*8194 or 886-7352.  A LARUE STUDIO  FACING SOUTH No. 774  Is just one of the deluxe features of this 2300+sq.  ft,, 3% bedroom home. The brick facing on the  front of this home sets the mood for your timely  entrance. Quality oak cabinetry lie behind the  insulated front door, that opens to reveal features  such as raised panel interior doors, family room  with patio doors and provision for airtight heater.  Or maybe you would prefer to enter via the  workshop and utility room as you pass thru' the  double insulated garage, Whichever way you  choose to come upon this home, the quality will  meet you in the hall. You can be the proud owner  for $159,000. Call Bill Walkey 885-5327 or Carol  Skinner 886-9154.  SEAMOUNT  INDUSTRIAL PARK No. 766 & 765  Prime location with 124 It. highway frontage. The  opportunity lo acquire industrial property with  good public visibility is rare so call Lynda now 886-  7352. $120,000.  INVEST IN YOUR FUTURE No. 825  2.8 acres of property with subdivision potential on  Shaw Rd., Gibsons. A beautiful 7 year old 1645 sq.  ft. home is attractively located on the site.  Property is level and partially cleared to keep  development costs down. For all the information  on this property call Eva Carsky at 886-7126 or  Leslie Fitch 885-9057.  PRIVACY AND BEACH AT HOME No.763  This property has it all, spectacular ocean view,  I and steps to pebble beach are an added bonus  with   this   spacious   3   bdrm   full   basement  beautifully maintained home. Featuring, large  brick fireplace, sundeck, roomy kitchen with  nook, utility room and entrance foyer. This  J property offers all the benefit s of prestige living for  reasonable   price  of $159,900.   For your  | appointment to view call Lynda at 886*8194.  LET ME EXPLAIN No. 762  If you are interested in a 3 bdrm, 1920 sq. ft.  executive quality home in the northern Gibsons  area - read on. This energy efficient home stands  on one of the largest lots in the subdivision, the  back yard is fenced, the front yard is landscaped  in turf. Step inside Ihis home, and enjoy the  wealth of oak cabinets and many other features  too numerous to list. The asking price is  $159,000? What are you offering for this  magnificient home? The vendor will carry at 15';,.  Bill Walkey 885*5327.  HANDS UP No. 779  All those you don't know how to read a balance  sheet, don't feel bad, you are nol alone. There are  thousands who can't so let me help you. There's a  local fabric shop situated in a busy mall for ideal  customer volume, in a high traffic area, with lots  of untapped market potential. Such an  opportunity in life is worth a lot more than the  asking price. Call Lynda at 886-7352.  ALMOST NEW! No. 807  Ideal 3 bedroom family home located in delightful  country setting. Extras include shake roof, full  sundeck, sliding door from Master bedroom,  recess wall for China cabinet, heatilator fireplace  with brick facing in living room. Level cleared lot  waiting your personal landscaping. Asking  $ 105,000. To view call Eva Carsky or Leslie Fitch  886-7126 or 886-9057.  GIBSONS HARBOUR VIEW! No. 827  Build your dream home on this spectacular view  lot. Walking distance to shopping, boat launch,  tennis! Hydro & water, sewer and phone at  property line. Call Eva Carsky to view this bt  priced at $52,500 at 886-7126.  IN HARBOUR VIEW! - $139,000     No. 848  From this two possible three bdrm home. This is  truly an all purpose home, suitable for retirement  with main level living, or expand to the upstairs for  the family. Covered sundeck to enjoy the outdoor  living on this large lot, with fishpond, greenhouse,  raspberries, strawberries, and lots of room for  your vegies. Call now for your appt. to view.  Lynda 886-7352.  DUNHAM RD - PORT MELLON No. 628  Large 3 bedroom home for the family who can do  some fix-up work. Heatilator fireplace in living  room, 2 piece ensuite, den, formal dining room.  Landscaped 100 x 173 lot. All appliances included  in asking price of $54,900. To view call Eva  Carsky at 886-8194 or 886-8126.  LOT 74 x 105 No. 769  Level building lot, cleared ready to buld. All  services at the road except sewer. Close to Cedar  Grove School. Price reduced to $42,000. Call  Eva Carsky at 886 8194 or 886-7126.  A WRAPAROUND VIEW! No. 846  Enjoy the spectacular 360�� view of Gibsons and  Howe Sound from this well maintained 2 bdrm  post and beach home on Skyline Drive. Privacy  abounds from one of the highest points on the  bluff, and decks facilitate outdoor living. This  comfortable home comes complete with many  extras and must be seen to be truly appreciated -  all for the asking price of $119,500. To view  please call Wendy at 886-8076.  LEVEL LOT No. 808.  Good building lot on Fircrest Road. Excellent'  location in area of new homes. Asking $48,500.  Call Carol Skinner 886-9154.  SEAMOUNT INDUSTRIAL PARK No. 764  Over 11,000 sq. ft. on this larger than average  industrial lot. Excellent warehousing location.1  Call Lynda 886 7352. $60,000.  GRANDVIEW ROAD - $120,000     No. 850  Delightful near new home on a good sized corner  lot. This home has 1466 sq. ft. of spacious living  with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, family  room with fireplace. For more information, call  Carol Skinner at 886-9154.  WOODCREEK  PARK  LOTS OF GLASS -  WITH VIEW ATTACHED No. 789  This is a smart 1260,3 bdrm home in Woodcreek Park. The accent is to  windows and the view of Howe Sound. The huge deck allows lots of  sunning while you contemplate. Finish the basement to suit yourself, or  just enjoy the home as is. Either way, you're a winner for $145,000. Bill  Walkey 885-5327.  WOODCREEK No. 772  This attractive split level three bedroom home with masonary  fireplace, wood windows, hidden gutters and enclosed garage can be  yours for $139,000. Call Lynda 886-7352.  LOTS IN WOODCREEK PARK No. 828  A quality controlled subdivision, the 'British Properties' of Gibsons.  Paved, sewered, fully serviced lots in a park setting. Priced from  $39,500 to $46,000 to sell now. Bill Walkey 885-5327, Lynda Hickman  886-7352.  16% MORTGAGE ON A NEW HOME? No. 750  Two thousand sq. ft. of luxury facing the ocean. Four bedrooms plus  huge storage area. This impeccably built home sits on a superb lot in  Woodcreek Park in the final stages of completion. Elegant and  spacious, this home is fit for a King. The vendor is willing to consider  carrying the mortgage at 16% to the qualified purchaser. Think of the  savings over the best bank mortgage you can get anywhere else. We  offer quality, a beautiful home, and the best terms anywhere for  $165,000. Quick, call Bill Walkey at 885-5327 be/ore anyone else does.  TWO Offices tO serve you Member Sunsfiine Coast Real Estate Association   GIBSONS 886-8194    SECHELT 885-2235  A VIEW YOU'LL  WANT TO FRAME No. 759  From this beautiful esplanade water front lot at  Gower Pt. Largesizeof 100'x217"allowsachoice  of building sites. Sp make it yours for only  $120,000. Call Carol Skinner at 886-9154or Ruth  Moore at 885 9213.  COUNTRY ESTATE  WITH STABLES No. 588  4.5 acres of cleared level land fenced and  landscaped with a 1500 sq. ft. executive style  home centrally located just outside of Gibsons  Village. The home features beamed cathedral  ceiling and cut stone fireplace in living room,  gourmet kitchen with Jenn-Aire range and all  built ins. Large master bedroom on ground floor  and two bedrooms on lower floor. Hand split  shake roof, double glazed windows and attached  double carport. For the horsey set a three stall  stable with adjoining tack room, automatic water  and light system. A large riding and training ring  with training jumps and hurdles. Small feed barn  and tool and tractor sheds. This is truly one of the  finest properties in the area and is priced at only  $287,500. Shown by appointment only. Please  call either Eva Carsky or Lynda Hickman at 886-  8194.  CONVENIENCE OF LOCATION  AND POCKETBOOK! No. 629  3 bedroom home (or $55,000. These Strata Title  units are located on Hillcrest Road. Within  walking distance of schools, shopping and other  amenities. Only one left. Call for appointment to  view Eva or Lynda at 886 8194.  IDEAL FAMILY HOME -  DAVIS ROAD No. 751  4 bedroom home in heart of Gibsons, close to  schools and shopping facilities. Three levels,  family room, formal dining room, brick fireplace in  sunny living room. Landscaped grounds, plus ass.  mortgage offered at $119,500. Call Eva 886-7126  or 886-8194.  PLEASED AS PUNCH $107,500 No. 814  Is whal you'll be when you take possession of this  7 month old 3 bdrm quality built rancher. See the  many special features such as wood stove,  separate shower, shake roof and screened wood  windows that the owner-builder provides in over  1600 sq. ft. of living space. For your appt. to view  call Lynda .it 886-7352.  BEADY TO BUILD No. 736  Then this 60 x 1?0 fully serviced lot is for you.  Located one block liom beach on quiet cul-de-  sac. Added bonus of view and garage or  workshop for the asking price of $47,500- Call  Lynda 886-7352.  CHECK IT OUT ���  10%% MORTGAGE $129,500 No. 818  On this 3 or 4 bdrm family home offering almost  1800 sq. ft. of living space. Penthouse master  bedroom with full bathroom and sitting room  gives busy parents the privacy and quietness  desired. Many other extras including unique  freestanding fireplace, heated workshop, paved  driveway ��� parking area, large kitchen, fully  fenced and landscaped front yard. To view call  Lynda 886-7352.  631 x 159'8! No. 843  Nice level easy-to-buitd on lot in lower Gibsons.  Fully serviced and culvert in, back lane access.  Close to playground and beach. Asking $45,900.  For further information call Eva al 886-7126 or  Wendy at 886-8026.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� CONRAD RD.No. 813  This 1344 sq. ft. 3 bdrm double wide located on  1.75 of an acre, features ensuite 3 piece plumbing,  family room complete with bar, built-in china  cabinet, lots of storage and cupboard space.  Attached 24 x 24 garage. Land already cleared  Landscaping needed lo make this one a beauty.  Call for appointment to view. Judy Eldred 885  9226 or F.va Carsky 886 7126.  .WENDY BODT  886-8076  EVA CARSKY  886-7126  JUDY ELDRED  885-9226  LYNDA HICKMAN  886-7352  CAROL SKINNER  886-9154  BILL WALKEY  885-5327 PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  I   id  p|HF?h.  PRICED TO SELL  Appealing 3 bedroom home on Francis Peninsula. Features include ensuite plumbing, 2 fireplaces  and sundeck with carport under. Full high basement is roughedin for finishing and includes sub-  flonr & wiring. 1086 sq, ft. of good value at $94,500.  GOOD INVESTMENT AT EARLS COVE  1.49 acres of ocean view property adjacent to ferry terminal. There's an old homestead plus a 42' x  10' mobile home...both in need of attention. Property is zoned R3L and is a safe place to put your  money al the asking price of $65,000.  ARE YOU CONSIDERING A SALE  OF YOUR PROPERTY?  We would be pleased to offer  our opinion as to its current market value  and  We have prospects for all types of property  New Low Rates On  HOUSE INSURANCE  John Breen  883-9978  Highway 101 at Francis Peninsula Rd.  Jock Hermon  883-2745  Sunshine Coast Realtor, June 26, 1981  AELBF^!^EALESTATE  -*������ ���TAPA APPRAISALS INC.  Located at the Old Granthams Store  Marine Dr., Granihamt Landing  886-9238 886-8640 922-7814  HOPKINS LANDING $48,000  One of the last view lots available in this area. Make an offer with a third  down and the vendor may carry the rest.  SAVARY ISLAND $14,500  Two lots, one waterfront, to be sold together for the price of one! Good  swimming and fishing area.  TUWANEK $31,500  Nearly J4 an acre in size with view and within walking distance of beach  and boat launching. Perc. hole in place.  SANDY HOOK From $37,500  Two excellent view lots looking up the Inlet in this popular area. Easy to  build on lots make these highly desirable.  ROBERTS ROAD, STILLWATER  POWELL RIVER $65,000  2% acre hobby farm with an existing 30 ��� 40 year old home in a good state of  repair. The square footage is approximately 1,000. There is one bedroom  down with room for two more in the loft area. There is also a mobile home  pad and barn/workshop situated on the property.  WATERFALL & PRIVACY $43,000  This unique lot is located in the popular Roberts Creek area and is ready  to build on as a health permit has been issued.  GOWER POINT ROAD $89,000  One-half acre waterfront lot with a small 400+ sq. ft. cabin located on the  public esplanade. Can be subdivided into two lots.  ���**-Wi  MEMBER SUNSHINE COAST REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION  anderson  REALTY LTD  FREE CATALOGUE  Sechelt  885-3211  Bo�� 1219, VON MO  mrmt  iMg&L  VMMuvvrTaai'flw  684-8016  WATERFRONT  DAVIS BAY: Semi waterfronl home on level lot justacrosathe  road trorna beautiful beach (or swimming and fishing. Home is  1182 sq. (t. with 2 bedrooms, 1,4 bathi and fireplace. Lol it 9000  sq. It. with double carport and separate workshop. To view call  Don 885-9504. �����������  COMMERCIAL  DOING CONCERN! UPTOWN LAUNDROMAT: Steady  year round buiineM. Ideal lor lemiretired couple. All  equipment in excellent condition. Renewable lease on building.  Good location it upper Gibioni. F.P. $55,000,120,000 DP,  balance at $500 per month -15% interest For info, call Jack at  H8S3211. m  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT: 1.47 acreiwiih hydro,  phone, water and cable T.V. at the road. Excellent exposure.  Full pnee JW.900. Call Don 885 9504. 11112  -.;,;;..,..il..,...i.t.,1.. .  mr:  *%���  \'\Z  "I "'''*  COMMERCIAL CORNER; Mason & Norwest Bay Rd  18,000 sq. ft. of commercial land suitable for a mini supermarket  or combination country produce market located ina well settled  area. Busy crossroad area adjacent to an expanding school and  no competilion. On site living quarters permitted. F.P.  $129,000 Call Stan Anderson 8852385,885-3211. H28  Firms Contact Frank Ingham  ROBERTS CREEK ��� PRIME DEVELOPMENT PROPERTY: 4.875 acres zoned R2J. Lower Road frontage. Gentle  southern exposure aid ajtoroximalely hall cleared Favourably  tiluaied one and I ku storey deluxe home. Immediate  development polenliaWlrms  ANDERSON REALTY LTD.  Exclusive Agenta  - ANNOUNCE -  "PORPOISE PROPERTIES"  An exclusive waterfront development  ��� Waterlront Property ���    ~-^;  from $95,000  - View Properly -  Irom $42,900  i     iff    /������.;���. *�� ?-;. , ������'    Y;/^J,.A' ���{������    ...-��� \-t\.  ������\r i" *ji v ��*--*.-, ; y t.  ������Vj* v -*Hf> �����     I'*' ���*���  ^^feci- T   1      3f     PP.  PHIMI. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: wiih Highway 101  frontage in Gil��on�� Appro kiitmIi'Iv 4 subdividable acres in two  M'ti-ii.iii'iMni'i*. Ready i" develop and priced to sell ('niii.ni  I rank Ipghwi 8H.S S336 or Boh Boll 885 2��'i Vancouver Toll  I M-r iwm non. ��ni6  lum%u "��� ��� ������������  * 5 minutes Irom S.*. helt  * Southern exposure  * Caved roads .,        ,     ,                  ,  Cltwtfd and level Li  ?W i- tf^lr^K   ���'    T*     W '"  * Terms available ��� 26% down   ,:   '��� B^F"*SSS    "   f "-;": '���'���" '���'���������      "    .'  iVanc   TolPrSt)  684-80)6 885-3211  " ��� note  Joyot  ajvU     h\\\a%M\ammma\aa\  'inQhMn  MB.BU'M  i;,**9m,ymaMm: ���  HMdM Sunshine Coast Realtor, June 26, 1981  echelt  885-3211  Box 1219, VON 3AO  CODE��  'Oast to Coast  Real Estate Service  *"'���"��� 684-8016  HOMES  HOMES  SECHELT VILLAGE - PRICE REDUCED: Wellmaintained  3 bedroom, 2 level home in quiet residential area. All new  carpets and paint. Large backyard for whatever! Lols of storage  space. Call Slan Anderson $79,900. #16  SELMA PARK - PANORAMIC VIEW: 1600 sq. ft. 3  bedroom, full basement and garage. Fireplace, Jennaire range  and oven, two door fridge-freezer and dishwasher. Built-in  vacuum system. 134' x 200' landscaped treed property. Asking  $165,000. Call Jack. #91  WEST SECHELT - SPOTLESS HOME WITH ACREAGE:  9.5 almost level acres approximately '4 cleared and plenty of  water from two ponds. 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, central vacuum,  quality cabinets and fisher airtight. $45,000 mortgage al 13.5%  due Oct. 1985. Ideal for a gentlemen farmer or rancher. Offered  by Bob Bull or Frank Ingham. #80  WEST SECHELT ��� NOR VAN CUL-DE-SAC: One year  new home in quiel residential area. 1320 sq. ft. 3 bedroom, 3  bathrooms, rec, room, family room and enclosed garage. Large  sundeck with fully landscaped and fenced-in backyard.  Financing of $49,000 at 11%% due in 4 years. Open to all offers at  $129,000 by Bob Bull or Frank Ingham. #25  LOTS  LAND ON SALE: These excellent % acre lots have just been  reduced from $45,000 to $39,000. There were three but 2  remain. Make your selection - quickly. Contact Bob Bull or  Frank Ingham, #35 & 37  TRAIL ISLAND VIEW: Extra large view lot on Mason Road,  14,000 sq. ft, Take the trail behind my sign and you'll be  surprised at the gentle slope and ease of building. One of a kind.  Stan Anderon. $65,000. a24  WEST SECHELT - PRIVATE VIEW PROPERTY: Tall  trees and winding driveway to cleared building site. Full  southern exposure. 0.6 acres. Hydro, telephone & water.  Contact Frank Ingham or Bob Bull. #95  FAWN ROAD - POTENTIAL VIEW: Huge lot in Ihe order of  92 x 409+. It's well treed and gently sloping with view possibilities  of Sargeant Bay. For sale at $49,900. Direct all offers to Bob  Bull or Frank Ingham. #87  SECRET COVE - POTENTIAL: This property has all  the makings for fine investment or better yet, build on it today!  Walk to the marina, restaurant, pub or condo. The lot is 102'on  the road and 346' long. Owner is anxious and the price is  reduced to $44,000. Bob Bull or Frank Ingham have the details.  #71  REDROOFFS RANCH - PHASE I: One of the most popular  areas on the coast. Build in a protected area of excellent homes.  Well treed and level, Offered by Bob Bull or Frank Ingham.#79  REDROOFFS RANCH: Lot 36 has 80 feet on the road and  207 feet on the sides so you have plenty of scope for your quality  home. There is a partial sea view, with hydro, phone, water,  cable T.V. and bus at the road. Covenants protect your  investment. Full price $47,500. Call Don at 885-9504. #103  LANGDALE - WOODLAND ROAD: Panoramic view of  Howe Sound just minutes from the Ferry. New private drive just  installed. Two well treed and gently sloping lols. $45,000 each.  Frank Ingham. #1 & 2  DAVIS BAY ��� ARBUTUS DRIVE: P & P Developments will  custom build your dream home on this huge property.  Unsurpassed view of Trail Islands. Call Bob Bull. #8  VIEW! VIEW! VIEW! - DAVIS BAY: Spectacular view, 70' x  150'+. Cleared and ready to build on. Newest subdivision,  Building scheme. Bob Bull or Frank Ingham. $66,000. #75  REDROOFFS RANCH - PHASE II: Our most recent  subdivision in this area. Selectively cleared and level, Greal  southern exposure. % acre lots only. Stan Anderson or Gordie  Hall. #34, 41 & 42  WEST SECHELT - ISLAND VIEW ROAD: Panoramic view  lot in exclusive area of new homes. The driveway, culvert and  building sile are in. Vendor wants terms! Call Jack Anderson,  #84  MT. RICHARDSON RD: Lot 115 is nearly level and easy to  build on. Hydro, phone & water are at the road, and it passed a  perk test in April, ll adjoins the Sechell Forest. Full Price  $35,000. Call Don at 8859504. #21  UPLANDS RD: Lol 19 is very private with some nice trees and  a small stream through it. It is located just a block from a public  beach. Good value at only $26,500 full price. Call Don at 885  9504 #23  "FEATURED HOME  OF THE WEEK"  VILLAGE FAMILY HOME - SALMON DRIVE: Enjoy this  brand new Fjord Design home within walking distance to town.  3 bedrooms. 2 slorey, 1636 sq. ft. with all bedrooms on the  second floor and a large study. Main floor has family room,  sunken living room and fireplace. 2 carports. F.P. $137,900.  Stan Anderson. #18  DAVIS BAY - MAKE AN OFFER: Vendor will sell this new  home al any stage of completion. Have a close look at this 1120  sq. ft. two level home presently at lock-up stage. 2' x 6' walls,  enclosed garage, skylight, fiberglas deck and heatilator fireplace  already in. Great little view and lots of backyard. Buy now and  save $. Vendor will take 2nd mortgage back. Contact Frank  Ingham with offers 885-5336. #11  DAVIS BAY - ARBUTUS DRIVE: Executive home in new  subdivision. 1346 sq. ft. of 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, ensuite with  shower and including: vaulted ceilings, cedar feature walls, 2  brick fireplaces, skylights and dishwasher. Quality and luxury at  the right price. Offered by Bob Bull 885*2503. #10  SELMA PARK VIEW HOME: Nearly finished view home in  Selma Park. Very well constructed with all modern  conveniences including heat pump with reverse cycle air  conditioning, 3 bedrooms, den, dining room & kitchen with  eating nook. All new homes of good quality in this area. A must  to see if you enjoy quality. Full price $199,500- Call Stan  Anderson or Stan Hilstad lor more information. #101  REDROOFFS ROAD: DesVablc 1186+ sq. ft., 2 bedroom  home on a park-like .97 of an acre. Bus transportation by the  door. Cablevision. Full basement with possible suite. Try your  offer to $149,900. See Doug. #100  SANDY HOOK - SEAVIEW ROAD: Do not jusi drive by.  This unique 3 level view home is a must to see. 3 bedrooms, 3  bath, massive front deck and (ireplace. Call Stan Anderson.  $119,500. "20  *>-'                    *'*wm sssKSw  'wLtr*^..      ,,^j5!*^'rtfir'��b.-?  .Jot.,    M                 1 wM                    jft^ '  WILSON CREEK - JUST LISTED!: This brand new home  has just become available. It's a one and half slorey wiih double  carport and no maintenance siding. Nice level lot and plenty of  sun. For viewing contact Frank Ingham or Bob Bull.      #106  NEW DAVIS BAY VIEW: 2050 sq. ft. 4 bedfcToms, 3  bedrooms on main floor; rec. room& 4th bedroom, laundry and  work room below. Commanding view from living, dining and  kitchen. Real value $149,900. Call Jack 885-2053. #9  NORVAN RD: Priced to sell - low interest rates. Attractive 3  bedroom home in popular West Sechelt with large sundeck,  carport, separate 12 x 20' garage. Basement finished and large  yard fenced. Call Frank Ingham or Bob Bull. #113  examples of West Coast living on the Sunshine Coast. Top  quality craftsmanship and design. Only the best of materials in  this contractor's private residence. 3000 plus sq, ft. making  extensive use of beams and sundecks. Secluded setting on year  round creek. Features include: sauna in ensuite, living room  done in cedar and custom solid mahagony cabinets. View by  appointment only, Offered exclusively by Bob Bull and Frank  Ingham. #105  ROBERTS CREEK - MANATEE STREET: 1208 sq. It,. 3  bedroom quality home nearing completion. Full basement.  Quiel area and paved roads. Offered at an affordable price ���  $120,000. See Doug Joyce. #74  WILSON CREEK - BRAND SPANKING NEW: Lovely \%  storey, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home in quiet residential area.  Nice level lot, paved road and plenty of sunshine. Contact Frank  Inqham or Bob Bull. #106  WANT A HOUSE WITH A VIEW? Only a couple minutes  walk lo the beach. The lot faces south at ihe end of aquiet deadend road. A lovely creek cuts through the back corner of the  property. The house is about 870 sq. ft, wiih two bedrooms up  and a finished bedroom and rec. room downstairs. Brick  fireplace in living room and the rec room. All this located in  Roberts Creek. To view call Gordie at 885 3211 or 885-9986.  Asking price $94,500. #77  WATERFRONT  WATERFRONT CABIN ON RUBY LAKE: Now is the time  to buy this 2 bedroom cabin right next to the water so you can  dive or fish off the porch. Provincial Government Lease is only  $320 per year. Try your offers to $39,000. Call Don at 885-9504.  #67  SANDY HOOK - LAUNCHING LANE: I he view from this  cottage is impossible to describe. Launch your boat here and  moor it out front. Let the kids play on the sandy beach; salmon  in the front yard. Have Bob Bull or Frank Ingham arrange a  viewing. #22  DAVIS BAY ��� SUNSETS GALORE: Beautiful waterfront  property on the best beach of the coast. Very private and partly  landscaped lot is approximately 4 acre. Stairs could be built to  the water. View with Bob Bull 885-2503 $90,000 but owner  looking for offers. #12  EARLS COVE WATERFRONT LOT: Level building site,  partly in garden. Approximate size 80' x 250'. Excellent well,  hydro and phone al road. Great view, easy path to water. Fuls  price $90,000. Call Don 885 9504. #69  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 of up to 40 ft. of moorage at the  marina below, #44  BARGAIN HARBOUR: Waterfront lot, over half acre,  recently perked, driveway in, hydro, water and phone at road.  Full price $85,000. Call Don at 885 9504 or 885 3211. #47  GOT-A-BE: One of the finest waterlront lots on the whole  coast. A beautiful southern view overlooking Halfmoon Bay out  to Merry Island; watch all the colourful marine traffic as it travels  through Welcome Pass. The property is covered with Arbutus  and stunted Pine. Several nice building sites on this large piece  of property. Easy access to the water. This lot is fully serviced.  To view and dream call Gordie at 8859986. F.P. $114,900.  m  SECRET COVE: % acre plus 91 It, ol waterfront property. This  land is treed and has tremendous potential. The waterfront is  tidal but not rocky so deep water access is possible with  dredging. Last year's price $79,900. Stan Hilstad. 4109  COOPER ROAD: Urge cleared lot 97 x 206 ft. with culvert  and power in and a small trailer for recreation or to crmp in  while you build your dream home. Vendor will sell for $48,000  for everything or try your offer. Don 885 9504. #110  TMrtton  Hall  885-9986  -TOT"  Hilstad  886-2923  Doug  Joyce  885-2761  Ingham  885-5338  Pon  Hadden  885-9504 Sunshine Coast Realtor, June 26,1981  EifljEm  REALTY LTD  US  flft   MmmW flt  Madt  Park  883-9525  Box98,VON2HO  BTEB3II1  REALTY LTD  FREE CATALOGUE  \m1ms^gsm^gaMmtm^^^L^Lmmm ^MWa\\ ta\a\s\\aa\a\  HOMES  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 $144,000,  #49  SMALL HOME ON LARGE LOT ON FRONT RD: in  Madeira Park. Priced to sell at $59,900. To view call Doug  Joyce 885-2761 or Bill Hunsche 883-2637. #108  A 2 YEAR OLD MODULINE MOBILE HOME: 14' x 70' in  immaculate condition on a large lot in Madeira Park. This home  is located on Harbour View Rd. and is close to the shopping  centre and schools. It comes with 5 appliances. Price $63,900.  To view call Bill Hunsche 883-2637 or 883-9525. #94  YOUR DREAM HOME: is now under construction. The  location is Lee Bay, lot #25, which allows you to enjoy the view of,  famous Lee Bay and the majestic Malaspina Strait. This 1531.2  sq. ft. home will be nestled amongst orchard trees and a small  creek. The home is a quality Jenish design two storey with  basement entry. Buy now and have your choice of the finishing  details, such as carpets, cabinets, etc. This home is situated in  an exclusive subdivision, with several restrictive covenants  which will protect one's personal and financial interests. Price  $190,000. For more information please call Bill Hunsche 883  2637 or 883-9525. #97  COMFORTABLE 900 SQ. FT. 3 BEDROOM HOME:  located on a large level lot, with several trees and lawn in. This  home is located close to amenities and is but 2 blocks away from  water and a government float. With $25,000 down, owner will  carry the balance at attractive terms. Included in the price of  $69,900 will be new flooring and a fridge and stove. To view call  Bill Hunsche 883-2637 or 883*9525. #81  RONDEVIEW RD: An ideal welt-equipped and built family  home. 1232 sq. ft. located on Rondeview Rd. Features include  master bedroom with ensuite and 3 additional bedrooms,  modem kitchen with Jennaire and all appliances, 2 fireplaces,  living room, dining room and a large sundeck with carport.  Accompanying this fine home is a recently built enclosed 2 car  garage. This home is situated on a landscaped tot in a quiet  neighbourhood. To view, call Bill Hunsche 883-2637 - 883*9525.  $121,500. #54  1300 SQ. FT. RANCHER ON WILDWOOD RD: Quality  built home under construction includes enclosed garage, stone  .ind brick fireplace, skylights, 3 bedrooms on a level treed 95' x  200' lol. F.P. $125,000. Call Bob Beaupre 885 3531.       #83  LOTS AND ACREAGE  EXCELLENT BUILDING LOT: on Madeira Park Rd. Very  suitable (or a small commercial building or the homtfof your  choice. Price $44,500. To view call Bill Hunsche 883.2t337.lt88  PAQ LAKE - SUBDIVIDE; 7.1 acres overlooking the  picturesqand the ocean. Owner is just completing the road.  Super views. Plenty ol timber. Offered at $130,000. For further  information contact Frank Ingham 885-5336 or Vancouver Toll  Free 6848016. #102  LOTS AND ACREAGE: Lot 30 on Lee Bay Rd. in Irvines  Landing. 1.85 acres of fantastic view property in new subdivision  Driced at $79,000. To view call Bill Hunsche 883-9525 or 883  J637. #64  IEE  BAY  WATERFRONT:   Spectacular  easy access  waterfront shores of Lee Bay at the entrance to Pender Harbour  A quality subdivision with southwestern exposure and fabulous  view. A fisherman's delight, a relaxer's paradise. Lots are fully  serviced including sewer and nicely treed. All lots are covered  by a building scheme to ensure highest quality construction.  Lot 01 - 19,063 sq. ft. - $118,900  Lot 02 - 16,835 sq. It. - $118,900  Lot 09 - 21,399 sq. ft. - $099,900  Lot 10 - 15,371 sq. ft. - $097,900  Lot 12 - 16,566 sq. ft. - $097,900  Lot 13 - 25,629 sq. ft. - $097,900  .8 ACRES: of westerly sloping view property Lot 29 in Lee Ba)  subdivision has sewer and services at lot line. An exclusive  development with restrictions to protect and insure your  rnvestment. Call Bob 885-3531. F.P. $79.000. #6i  2 ACRES - KLEINDALE: An exceptional 2 acre site in  Kleindale. The power is at the property line and the well has  been drilled. This property offers trees and a gentle slope with a  good exposure. Price $55,000. To view call Bill Hunsche 883-  2637 or 883-9525. #104  A TOUCH OF COUNTRY LIVING: On 8 acres* of gentle  sloping land in Kleindale with a 5 year old 700 sq. ft. Panabode  with full basement. The property is well treed and has a creek on  Itl To view call Bill Hunsche 883-2637 or 883-9525. F.P.  $118,500. #89  WATERFRONT  YOUR OWN MAJESTIC VIEW OF GARDEN BAY  LAKE: This is a large lot 100' x 163' with a gentle slope and  excellent building sites. The lot is 66' from the lake and is fully  serviced with power and water at road. Priced $39,000. To view  call Bill Hunsche 883-2637 or 883-9525. #82  LOVELY RURAL 2 ACRE* SETTING IN KLEINDALE:  Property has building site cleared, driveway in and the well has  been drilled, with power at the front tot line. A sound investment  for $49,900. To view call Bill Hunsche 883-9525 - 883-2637.#93  WATERFRONT: and your own majestic view of Lee Bay and  Malaspina Strait. This is an excellent waterfront building lot and  a Must See. Price $129,000. To view call Bill Hunsche 883-9525  or 883 2637. #57  2 DWELLINGS ARE PERMITTED ON THIS 1.47 ACRES:  with 100' of waterfront. From your 18' trailer with a large  sundeck you will witness unsurpassed views of the Merry Island  lighthouse, Georgia Straight and Vancouver Island. Lawn,  hydro, water and driveway are in. Price $118,500. To view call  Bill Hunsche 883-2637 or 883-9525. #33  WELL BUILT AND MAINTAINED: 1025 sq. ft. home on a %  acret terraced lot with 115* of waterfront with its own dock and  sheltered deep water moorage. There is power and water to the  dock. The home features a large sundeck and living room with a  Franklin fireplace, 2 bedrooms and 1!4 bathrooms, cozy kitchen  and many appliances, with a self-contained suite downstairs.  Also carport, workshop, boat shed and paved driveway. F.P.  $220,000. To view call Bill Hunsche 883-2637 or 883-9525.#51  OCEANFRONT ESTATE: 3 acres of subdividable  Waterfront on desirable Redrooffs Rd. Optimum sunshine on  this steep south sloping terraced property. Perhaps the nicest  porous concrete Tennis Court in B.C. 5 year old, 1150 sq. ft.  home includes thermopane doors and windows, sauna, 48 in.  heatilator fireplace, hardwood floors, teak counters and an  Ashley airtight stove. There is a serviced log cabin for guests.  200* on the Pacific Ocean just 30 miles from Vancouver. R-2  zoning permits second home to be built on deluxe site next to  tennis court. Beautiful views of merry Island Lighthouse and  Vancouver Island. Topography insures privacy. $50,000  assumable mortgage at 11%. Full price $305,000. Formerly lots  j & 7. Call Bob Beaupre 883*9525 ��� 885*3531. ��38  BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITIES  PENDER HARBOUR: Boatworks with waterfronl and 1800  sq. ft. contemporary home situated on 2% acres al the head of  Pender Harbour. This is an excellent business opportunity  along with a lovely home for the right individual. For more  information call Bill Hunsche 883 9525 or 883 2637. #60  1 ACRE ON LAGOON RD: In Madeira Park. Zoning permit',  acre lots. Priced at $65,000. Contact Bill Hunsche 883 9525 or  8832637. ��52  FOR RENT: 270O sq. fl. of retail area in Madeira Park Ftn  more information, call Bill or Bob 8839525.  Jack  Anderson  885-2053  Bill  Hunsche  883-2637  Bob  '  Bull  885-2503  Bob  Beaupre  885-3531  Stan  Anderson  885-2385 16  Sunshine Coast Realtor, June 26, 1981  Hh  [exander Realty Ltd.  P.O. Box 153, Madeira Park,  883-2491 or 883-2212  B.C.V0N2H0  WATERFRONT  ROCKLEDGE IS THE NAME OF THIS  STATELY HOME: situated on low bank  waterfront property with a private cove and less  than 5 minutes from Sechelt. Enjoy the things  only a vintage home can offer. Large rooms with  hi-ceilings, rich solid wood finishing, huge rock  fireplace and a veranda overlooking the sea.  Anyone requiring a unique property should  view.  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.  GARDEN BAY AREA: Indian Reserve 819 -  Lot 19 & 20. Approximately % acre of land.  Large foreshore lease. Excellent moorage ramp  & docks in. Property approved for building.  $90,000.  BEAUTIFUL FISHER ISLAND AT ENTRANCE TO LEE BAY, (District Lot 4064):  has spectacular exposure and excellent deep  water moorage with dock and small building.  Salmon in your back yard. $160,000  LUXURY TOWNHOUSES - OVERLOOKING BEAUTIFUL SECRET COVE: Featur  ing 1600sq.ft.of living area, 3 bedrms, spacious*  living room with fireplace, full range of  appliances, large sundecks. Plus each home  offers breathtaking views, full privacy and the  option of reserved moorage at the marina  below. Hurry and be among the lucky few to  enjoy the fabulous fishing and to relax in this  unspoiled sportsman's paradise.  .LAGOON ROAD: Madeira Park - 1.10 acres  tidal waterfront. Close to school & shopping.  Well kept three bedroom home. Beautifully  landscaped, a gardener's dream.  DL 6989 NELSON ISLAND: 2.6 acres,  furnished house near Telescope Pass. Over 300'  waterfront. Gov't lease. Excellent fishing. Full  Price $45,000.  PENDER HARBOUR WATERFRONT  ACREAGE: 2 - 4 acre parcels side by side. 300  ft. on the waterfront stretches from Hwy 101 to  waterfront. What a perfect setting for a country  estate.  180 FT. WATERFRONT - DEEP WATER  MOORAGE ��� FRANCIS PENINSULA: 1.2  acres ��� zone commercial. Frontage on two  roads. Excellent potential. $270,000.  WHAT A VIEW!! A rare 200' waterfront home  with 2 BR in Bajgain Harbour. Direct access  from Francis Peninsula Road with good  moorage and a spei lacularviewof all of Bargain  Harbour. Approx   . acre, $220,000.  HOMES & LOTS  ���^Sfefe-iv^V-^-  FRANCIS PENINSULA - RONDEVIEW  .'.'RD: A picture book setting of flower beds,  * shrubs, fruit trees and vegetable gardens. Enjoy  ��� 2160 sq. ft. of living area on 2floors,3bedrms,2  "bathrooms, wraparound sundecks, and top  n quality   finishing   louches   throughout.   This  1 immaculate home is a pleasure to view and to  own.  MADEIRA PARK ��� ONE ACRE LOT WITH  VIEW: Gentle slope, frontage on 2 roads,  subdivision potential. Priced at $59,900.  GARDEN BAY: Excellent building lot. One of  the finest views in this area. Subdivision  potential.  OTHER AREAS  25 ACRES & 3,000 SQ. FT. LOG HOME:  Pemberlon. !4 mile river frontage. Superb  mountain views. Property cleared and in  pasture. Ideal for landing strip. Home is 1st class  |throughout. Very private.  Art Alexander  883-2491  Vadim Kobasew  885-3156  J.  e BLOCK  NATIONAL REAL tSXi  fhe  bestsellers  Block Bros. Realty Ltd.  203 - 14th Street, West Vancouver, B.C. V7T 2P9  922-3911  GRACIOUS COUNTRY LIVING  This beautiful split level 3 bedroom post and  beam home is located on 4!, acres that truly  deserves to be in the A. L. R. The rich black loam  soil with unlimited spring water is waiting for the  productive touch, some cherry and apple trees  are already in and bearing. Some of the  home's fealures are: 3 fireplaces (2 enclosed  heatilator & 1 insert) with custom rock facing, a  combination rustic, but fully modern dream  kitchen and dining area which includes: built-in  stainless steel range, oven, dishwasher & china  cabinet, two (ull bathrooms, completely finished  family or recreation room, wall to wall carpets,  extensive patios, & sundecks with outdoor  barbecue, double carport with extra parking,  lighted driveway, landscaping & close to ferry.  Priced at $217,500. For more information and  pportunity to view please call.  FAMILY HOME IN DESIRABLE  REDROOFFS AREA  This large 3 bedroom Rancher (1500 sq. ft.) is  located on a targe lot in a secluded park-like  setting, not visible from the road but as you  enter the winding driveway, the natural  landscaping blends in with this beautiful  (custom designed) family home. The home  features a custom teak wood kitchen and  the use of natural cedar is predominate  throughout. Extensive patios take full  advantage of its southerly exposure. There is  also a large independent and well constructed  workshop (24' x 24') which could be converted  into a guest cottage. This fine home must be  seen to be truly appreciated. Priced at  $179,900. Owner will assist in financing.  NEAR NEW - 1 YEAR OLD HOME  Centrally located in Gibsons, within easy  walking distance to all local amenities. Situated  on a quiet cul-de-sac in a new subdivision, this*  affordable three bedroom 1240 sq. ft. home  features energy efficient thermopane windows,  wall to wall carpets and built-in dishwasher.  Priced at only $96,500.  3 BEDROOMS AND A VIEW ���  WILSON CREEK  Enjoy the view of Georgia Straight from the  living room or the large sundeck in this 3  bedroom split level home. This home is  complimented with wall to wall carpeting, a  finished basement which may be used as a  family or party room. For the energy conscious,  the electric heat is supplemented by an energy  efficient wood burning stove. Priced at  $119,500  SANDY HOOK VIEW PROPERTY  TTiis ocean and mountain view building lot is  located in sun drenched Sechelt Inlet Estates  overlooking beautiful Porpoise Bay. It is within  easy walking distance to sandy beaches with  moorage & marina facilities also close by. The  property is serviced with paved roads, hydro,  water and telephone. Asking $37,500.  3 BEDROOM RANCHER - GIB  1 This charming near new home is ideally located  for the young family,;? block from school, on a  cul-de-sac and with a $50,000 13'^% assumable  1st mortgage due 1985. Features Include: wall  to wall carpets, double pane storm windows,  ensuite plumbing with walk-in closet, carport  with attached workshop, landscaping, centrally  located with shopping and transportation  nearby. Priced at $97300.  WTHBRTXgT  rhis 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 lishing. Priced at only $20,000  Vendor open to offers.  NELSON ISLAND (WATERFRONTAGE)  ESTATE SALE  This .83 acre waterfront gov't lease lot is located  in Telescope Passage. It has a domestic water  tease & is close to wharfage. This property was  assessed at $16,000 for 1979. Sale Price  $15.000.   DAVIS BAY  Ideal starter or retirement home. This  renovated 1141 sq, ft. 2 bedroom home is  located on a large comer lot. The property may  be subdivided into two separate lots, one with a  beautilul ocean view. The home is situated  amongst a small but prolific fruit orchard. The  home features: Ground level entrance, wall to  wall carpets, ihermopane windows, all  appliances, plus a new 28 x 18 wired workshop.  Owner must sell this beautiful property and will  consider alt reasonable cash offers. Priced to  sell at only $137,500.   WANTtD   SUBDIVIDABLE ACREAGES  for outright  purchase or will also  consider participation.  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 al only $38,000.  How much is your home worth TODAY?  To find out, call your  nearest Block Bros, office.  We'll do a market  evaluation at no charge or  obligation to you.  ED BLOCK BROS.  NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE  Harold Jacques  Bruce McKinnon  885-9023  H-499-766  Mobile Phone Sechelt


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