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 ^��W��P��W��  Public hearing Monday  (ssss"���')-marina plan  VICTORIA,  B.C. J^  for lower Gibsons  by Kirk Brown  After seven months of negotiations between Gibsons municipal  officials and Tru Oak Investments Corp., of Vancouver, a $2'/2  million residential/commercial development plan for the lower  village reached a turning point Monday at a public hearing called  to consider a zoning by-law change.  The Tru Oak plan is to build 34 residential units and about 2400  square feet of commercial space on Gower Point Road, opposite  No. I Firehall.  Municipal planner, Rob Buchan, says thc proposals is a  "tremendous shot in the arm" for the lower village which has faced  sagging economic support while competing with new commercial  developments up thc hill.  "From a tax dollar revenue point of view it is important, but  more important, as I see it, the plan means the re-development  and rejuvenation of lower Gibsons," he says.  The hearing was called for public input to a zoning  amendment for the property Tru Oak plans to use for the  development. Essentially, a zoning change to multi-family from  Comprehensive Development Area is required before the project  can get underway.  Buchan explained that the CDA zoning, which came into effect  in 1973, was intended to give the municipality maximum control  on development proposals in the harbour area.  "It's a super restrictive zoning that was applied to the harbour  area so that before any development happened, re-zoning had to  be done," he says.  The village planning committee and representatives of Tru Oak  have hammered out a plan over seven months of talks and  submissions to ensure all parts of the proposal match municipal  requirements.  Tru Oak's director of operations, Ron Atkins, says "what we've  tried to accomplish in the design ofthe complex is a fishing village  type atmosphere" that will generally enhance the Gibsons image.  A permanent boat moorage slip for each of thc units and a  launching ramp for use by residents is planned.  The buildings will be wood frame with heavy timber  construction detailed to give a fishing village feel with wood  shingle roofs, board-and-batten and wood siding, multi-paned  windows and turn-of-the-century graphics.  Tru Oak plans to sell the residential units to private individuals,  but if there should be empty units, the company foresees offering  the untis lor rent to holidayers, Atkins says.  "I think what we have to do is let people know what we have to  offer on the B.C. coast, and of course, this applies to the Sunshine  Coast," he says.  Atkins says the units could be made available as self-contained  suites with maid service and include a boat for a tenant's use.  "We have some of the finest fishing and picturesque coastline  and if people in Edmonton or Calgary knew about it, I'm sure  they'd rather come here than spend twice as much money going to  Hawaii," he says.  Tru Oak has committed $130,000 to complete the architectural  and engineering portions of the complex, which it plans to call  'Mariner's Cove.' Another $150,000 has been slated to complete  the development phase.  This is an artist's sketch ofthe site plan for a S2</2 million residential commercial complex planned by Tru Oak Equity Investments  Corp., of Vancouver, for an area on Gower Point Road opposite No. 1 Firehall. The plan calls for 54 residential units, about 2400  square feet of commercial space and wharf facilities for tenants and owners.  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  September 23, 1980  Volume 34, Number 38  New ferry shift schedule  may end late night sailing  Workers at Canfor's Port Mellon operation were faced with a major cleanup project early last week when a lift-truck working in  the Pulp Warehouse knocked out a support beam and 8,000 square feet of roof collapsed. Photo by John Moore  At Port Mellon  Pillar pounded, roof collapses  An estimated 8,000 square feet of the Pulp Warehouse roof at  Canfor's Port Mellon operation caved in at 2 am. last Tuesday  when one of thc 12 x 12wooden support pillars was sheared offby  a lift-truck working inside the warehouse.  Because the accident occurred on the graveyard shift, Cam  Prentis, driver of the lift-truck, was working alone in the  warehouse. Protected by the cab of the fifteen-ton truck. Prentis  was not injured in thc accident.  At thc time ofthe accident, Prentis was moving a four-ton load  of pulp.  "1 was watching line," Prentis said, "1 cased thc truck forward  and looked over to see why thc pulp had stopped coming through  and I hit the post. There was no resistance. I didn't even know I'd  hit it until 1 heard thc roof coming down."  Prentis has received a five-day suspension as a result of the  incident. He is protesting the suspension through the grievance  procedures of the Canadian Paper Workers Union. The matter  will go before the union's standingcommittcc, which meets once a  month.  Canfor Vice-President Bill Huges told the Coast News he did  not wish to comment publicly on disciplinary procedures at the  mill, but stated that, according to engineering staff at the mill,  damage to thc roof did not exceed what might be expected it that  support was to be suddenly removed.  Hughes estimated the damage to the rool at approximately  $350,000. The mill's Uniti/cr, which packages the pulp into bales,  was buried under debris, but undamaged. Production at the mill  will not be affected. Hughes said.  Commuter busing  still possible with  money subsidy  by John Moon  Local school bus operator;  have not dismissed the possibility of a commuter bus  service for the Sunshine  Coast, but they agree that any  such service will require some  form of subsidy and will have  to provide more than a token  service aimed at keeping  hitch-hiking teenagers off the  highway.  School bus operator and  former Manager of Sechelt  Motor Transport, George  Hopkins, says he has spoken  with Area D Director Harry  Almond, who proposed such  a service at a regional board  meeting earlier this month  and told him a commuter  bus might initially require a  95% subsidy.  Hopkins also spoke last  Please turn to Page Sixteen  A spokesman for the B.C. Ferry union says a new shift schedule  on the Langdale ship will mean the end of late sailings on the  route.  Mike Barber, business agent for the B.C. Ferry and Marine  Workers Union says the union has been told by the B.C. Ferry  Corporation that a three-watch, 10 days on and five off schedule is  to take effect in June 1981.  "What this means is a real reduction of 34 positions specifically  on the Langdale-based vessel because they won't be running the  ship as many hours," Barber says.  "The way I read it, we'll lose the late night sailings from  Horseshoe Bay," he says.  Barber met with the Langdale local members this week to pass  on the information he had received. At the meeting, the members  passed a motion asking the union to work toward maintaining thc  status quo on the shift schedule until June 1982 at which stage  there is a possibility that two ships will be based at Langdale. Thc  meeting was closed to the media.  Now, the ship is run on a four-and-a-half watch schedule which  Barber describes as a "real mis-mash." Basically, the ship is  crewed from 6 am. until 2 am. the following morning.  With a three-watch system, the ship will be crewed from 6 am.  to about 10 pm., says Barber.  "Our information from the Corporation is that they are not  filling vacant positions on the ship as they come open right now  and by June 1981 there could be five to lOjobs lost at Langdale,"  he says.  Barber says that no matter which way one adds up thc figures,  the new schedule will be an economic cutback for the Gibsons area  and the loss of a late sailing a move towards isolation for thc  people living on the coast.  Six months for  delinquent girl  A juvenile girl, found delinquent in connection with a fire that  took the life of 16 year old Natalie Turrcll in Madeira Park March  9. has been sentenced to six months at thc Life Centered Learning  Hospice in Shawnigan Lake and indefinite probation.  Judge Selby, who pronounced thc sentence in provincial court  in New Westminster Friday, September 12, also recommended  the girl spend a period of one to six weeks at the Round Lake  Native Alcohol and Drug Treatment Centre at Armstrong in the  Okanagan Valley before she is placed at Shawnigan Lake.  The Life Centered Learning Hospice is a boarding school with a  body of 12 students, between the ages of 14 and 17, and a staff of  10. For the period of her probation, the girl will not be permitted  to return to the Sunshine Coast.  Crown Counsel Tony Rowley told the Coast News that thc lack  of facilities where juveniles can be incarcerated and rehabilitated  is "the biggest single problem facingjudges in British Columbia."  Rowley also pointed out that the Juvenile Delinquents Act,  which provides a maximum penalty of a S25. fine and leaves  rehabilitative measures lo the discretion of the judge, is  inadequate to deal with the increasing sophisication of juvenile  crime.  ON THE INSIDE...  Entertainment  page 4  Creek Residents Complain page 6  Community News pages 6 & 7  Frances Fleming on Education. page 10  Sports pages 12 & 13  Classified Ads  pages 14, 15 & 16  Woman Meet  page 16  Business Directory page 17  Editor fired  Staff problems  at The Press  Dennis Fit/gerald, editor of Thc Press Publication in Sechelt  was fired on Friday as a result of a dispute over paycheques.  Publisher Dick Proctor told thc Coast News that there was a  difference of opinion. "When there is a difference of opinion the  guy who owns the paper does the firing," said Proctor.  Subsequent to the firing of Fit/gerald thc production crew  walked out in sympathy. Mavis Christmas and Cathy Kenny both  told the Coast News they couldn't work in thc unfair conditions  which existed at Ihe Press.  Fit/gerald said that the incident blew up al thc Friday morning  regular staff meeting. Publisher Dick Proctor told the assembled  staff how pleased he was with the quality of last week's  production.  Paydays at Ihe Press are on Mondays and Fit/gerald told  Proctor that he wanted to discuss the fact that paycheques had not  been received except by two staff members. Proctor said that any  discussions of paycheques would take place individually in his  office. When Fitzgerald persisted Proctor stormed into his office  and returned with a paychequc.  "You can clear off your desk and go home," he said.  "Does that mean I'm fired'.'" asked Fit/gerald.  When Proctor answered in thc affirmative Christmas and  Kenny indicated that they would be leaving as well.  "1 figure if workers don't stick together on basic issues such as  paycheques then wc haven't got much going for us," said Kenny.  "When I give my labour I give it when it is due. If I cannot be paid  when it is due because of cash flow problems I should be able to  talk about it. II not at a staff meeting, when?  Christmas said she objected to the unfair procedures that  existed. "Everyone present except two had a grievance about not  receiving their paycheques. Dennis broached the subject because  everyone had been talking to him aboul it that morning. I can't see  why it couldn't be discussed at an open meeting," she said.  For 35 years the most widely read Sunshine Coast newspaper]]  mmC&S  ��iW  -��-.��-������>.   --  ���AHMMMtftUI m i* -* ��wn^M*nf��ppnMiwppfi  /  Coast News, September 23, 1980  The      ^lil iP *��  Sunshine.   Second Class Mail Registration No. 4702  (Ena  BLUE  RIBBON  AWARD  A LOCALLY OWNED NEWSPAPER  Publlihed at Gibtone, B.C. every  Tueidiy, by Glauford Pratt Ltd.  Bo�� 460, Qlbtont, VON 1V0  Phone 88S-2622 or 888-7817  Pender Harbour enquiries and all olhtrt, II  no aniwer from (86 numbers call 886-2770  Editorial Department:  John Burnside  1978  Account! Department:  M.M. Joe  Copyieltlng:  Wendy-Lynne Johns  Lise Sheridan  Ian Corrance  John Moore  Kirk Brown  Advertising Department:  Allan Crane      1^^^^^^^^^^  Fran Berger  SUBSCRIPTION RATES:  Canada $20 per year, $12 for six months.  United States and Foreighn $24 per year.  Distributed free to all addresses on the Sunihlne Coast  Congratulations, Mr. Bennett  It is a rare occasion that one finds it  incumbent to congratulate Premier Bill  Bennett of British Columbia. A graceless  and uninspiring politician who speaks  English no where near as well as Premier  Lcvesque or Prime Minister Trudeau,  Bennct has done little to endear himself to  anyone's heart during his five years at the  helm of British Columbia.  The opportunity to offer the premier  congratulations does present itself to us  this week, however, and boorish we would  be indeed were we to fail to seize it.  In March I977 a hand-appointed group  of British Columbian capitalists were  instructed by Bennett to discover a way in  which the provincial government could  divest itself of many of the crown  corporations acquired by the NDP  government. To the doctrinaire Bennett  such government holdings were tantamount to gross intimacy with Satan  himself and must be returned to the private  sector.  The group called themselves or were  called Project West and in due course they  conceived the Brush Columbia Resources  Investment Corporation and by June 15,  1979. despite the plaintive argument of  NDP Leader Dave Barrett that we were  buying what we already owned, 85% of  British Columbians eligible had picked up  their five free shares and subscribed a total  of $487.5 million dollars for the shares of  the new corporation.  lt was hailed as a huge success and Jot-  Clark during his brief and forgettable of  the office of Prime Minister was impressed  enough to talk about 'bricking' Petrocan.  It is not our intention here to offer  belated congratulations to Bennett on the  success of BCRIC. There was quite enough  of that don: already and besides we agreed  with Barrett.  One of Bennett's subsidiary intentions,  however, was to introduce British  Columbians to thc wonders and delights of  the stock market. Far too few of us, he  lamented, were active worshippers at that  particular shrine. Fueled by the premier's  five free shares we would take an interest  and learn more about the great mysteries  of money.  In this Bennett has been successful. The  people of British Columbia have a clearer  idea today how the stock market works  than they ever had before. Because of their  proprietary interest in BCRIC they have  noted how with interlocking directorships  a few men can get rich selling onecompany  they partially own to another company  they partially control at prices inflated for  the occasion.  They have shown the British Columbians who are watching the events on the  stock market for the first time how a man  like Jack Poole of Daon Investments, for  example, one ofthe originals ofthe Project  West group and a director of BCRIC, can  overnight make over a million dollars  selling his shares in Kaiser Coal to the  company in which he holds a directorship.  When this revelation is compounded  with the information that Kaiser shares  were thought to be worth $55 by BCRIC  and worth $32 on the market at the time of  ��� purchase, and worth $44 when BCRIC let  an option lapse in April, the result may be  rather more understanding than Bennett  bargained for about the workings of the  money markets. If so, we offer the premier  our heartfelt congratulations.  ..from the files of the COAST NEWS  IlPi  1  FIVE YEARS AGO  Charlie Brookman of Davis Bay was  named Good Citizen of the Year by the  Sechelt Chamber of Commerce, in  recognition of his work with St. Mary's  Hospital patients and his organization  of the Children's Fishing Derby.  Charlie is well known for his animated  recitals of the poetry of Robert Service.  An estimated $6000 worth of library  books at Roberts Creek Elementary  School were damaged by water after a  temporary cover yielded to heavy rain.  TEN YEARS AGO  Gibsons and District Chamber of  Commerce indicated support for the  opening to public access of the old B &  K logging road to provide better access  to the Tetrahedron Ski Club's run on  Mount Elphinstone.  Harry Baines Winn, who with hiswife  Louise operated telephones in this  area for a 31 year period, died in White  Rock at the age of 79. Harry and his  wife were the first couple married in the  old Gibsons United Church in 1916  and Harry and his lather brought the  first automobile to the area in 1919.  FIFTEEN YEARS AGO  Complaints of rowdyism in Pender  Harbour last week have been echoed  from Hopkins Landing. The Hopkins  Landing Community Hall, which lies  below the Port Mellon road, has a  history of being attacked by vandals.  Formerly miscreants used to shoot out  the windows of the hall from the road.  Once in awhile somebody with heavier  artillery would put a bullet right  through the hall, taking out a window  on either side.  Close to 500 spectators watched the  largest graduating class to date receive  their diplomas on the stage of Elphinstone School Saturday night. Among  the 46 graduates was Barry Jones, the  first member of the Sechelt Indian  Band to graduate from Elphinstone  Secondary School.  TWENTY YEARS AGO  Gibsons United Church began  construction of a $75,000 youth centre  and church at the corner of Glassford  and Trueman roads. Present plans call  for the completion of the centre by fall  of this year.  TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO  Gibsons and District Logger Association appealed to the village commission to support them in their desire to  retain the Shoal Bay log booming  grounds for their use. Log booming  has been carried on in Shoal Bay since  before 1900 and though public hearings on the subject have stressed the  need for the grounds, the Lands  Department of the provincial government has responded to complaints of  residents in the area and threatened  closure of the grounds.  THIRTY YEARS AGO  Local Legion Council member  Robert Macnicoll, returning from the  national convention in Winnipeg, told  the Coast News that pressure brought  to bear by the council may force the  federal government to readjust the  federal lottery laws.  THIRTY-FIVE YEARS AGO  A new installation is under construction by the B.C. Power Commission at  Sechelt to supply power to the area.  The new installation is a 360 horsepower diesei unit developing 326 KVA.  It will operate in addition to the 100h.p.  high pressure water turbine unit now  being operated by the Columbia Power  Co. at Sechelt.  The Coast News' Egmond columnist, W.J. Griffith, noted that the usual  scramble for fall runs of pink and chum  salmon is getting under way and that  Joseph Warman, new owner of the  Egmont general store, is making  considerable alterations and improvement and has greatly improved the  stock in the store.  Roberts Creek, lite 1930's. In the soft and shadowless light of an indoor flash,  photographer Helen McCsll has caught Charles and Marguerite Haslam by the  fireplace in their home. Marguerite's parents had acquired some sixty acres of Will  Roberts' original pre-emption, and had left their name on a piece of shoreline  known as Macfarlane's Beach. Charles' father had left his name on a stream that  runs into Cranberry Lake, Powell River, from the edges of which he undertook to  ship wild cranberries. Early in their marriage, Charles and Marguerite lived in a  cabin by a small lake beside which P.B. Anderson's logging railway ran, inland  from Pender Harbour. Ida Higgs, nee Donley, in her childhood, spent some time  with the couple there, travelling to and fro along this track via the camp's wood-  burning steam locomotive in the fall of 1914. Now named Haslam Lake, this  natural reservoir is the source of supply for the South Pender Harbour Waterworks  District. Photo courtesy Ross Gibson Collection and Elphinstone Pioneer  Museum. L.R. Peterson  Musings  John Burnside  Slings & Arrows  >^  George Matthews  ?l  There he was again on  television. Terry Fox was being  decorated by the Governor  General Ed Schreyer and  everybody in the audience at  the ceremony and at home  watching television was close to  tears.  "He's such a lamb," said my  hostess, "look at the curly  head."  There is no question that the  people of Canada have been  collectively touched by this  young man who began to run  across this huge country to  raise money to combat the  terrible, wasting disease that  had taken his leg at a time when  life should have been preparing  to unroll its best for him.  There is an underside to all of  this which is haunting me. It's  been haunting me ever since I  first saw Terry Fox hobbling  and hopping doggedly across  the continent.  We have been told that there  seem to be more cancer cases  than there once were because  people are living longer because other diseases have been  all but eradicated. We have  been told that there seem to be  more cases of cancer because  our doctors are becoming more  skilled at its diagnosis.  But Terry Fox is only  twenty-two and three days after  cancer was diagnosed his leg  was off so neither increased  longevity nor more skillful  diagnosis seems particularly  relevant in his case.  Why should such a young  and vibrantly healthy man be  struck down by this dreadful,  self-devouring disease? Why,  increasingly is cancer becoming  the plague of the late 20th  century?  The millions of dollars that  many moved Canadians have  poured into the Cancer Fund  because of thc incredible  gallantry and heart-stopping  heroism of the one-legged  runner are going into research  by medical researchers designed to find a cure for cancer.  Should we not be looking for a  cause?  ���I have before me a publication called the Fluoridation  News. It describes itself as  being: "A general and scientific  information medium about  fluoridation, national and  international, published in the  interest of all organizations and  individuals concerned with  keeping our drinking water free  of chemicals not needed for  purification."  We are all familiar with  fluoridation. I. myself, was in  Fernie in the Rocky Mountains  when the subject of water  fluoridation first came to may  attention. I remember how we  chuckled about the reactionary  fanatics who got all upset about  the fact that somebody was  tampering with the purity of  their mountain water.  We are familiar with fluoridation today via advertising on  television which assures that  the problems of tooth decay  can be eradicated with toothpaste with the magic chemical.  The reader will quite justifiably be wondering what the  connection is between Terry  Fox and tooth decay. Let me  elucidate.  The main story in the aforementioned Fluoridation News  is a statement made to the  United States Senate Com-  mitte on Appropriations by  one Dean Burke. Burke is the  Chief Chemist for the National  Cancer Institute in Bethseda,  Maryland. He has also been  active in. the international  world of cancer research since  1950. Space limits the listing of  Burke's credentials in the fields  of chemistry and cancer research but they are considerable and span fifty years.  Burke estimates that at the  present time there are 40,000  cancer deaths a year in the  United States which are linked  with and induced by the  fluoridated drinking water  which 40% of the American  population is forced to drink  whether it wants to or not. The  article lists the provinces, states  and countries which have  moved away from the fluoridation of drinking water.  Now the purpose here is not  leap onto any anti-fluoridation  bandwagon or indeed onto any  anti-chemical bandwagon, lt  would seem to be a fact,  however, that Western man  may have created a Frankenstein of formidable proportions  in seeking the instant panacea  that the mass application of  chemicals has seemed to offer.  The essential error, in my  opinion, would seem to be thc  approach which says that  chemicals can be used unless  they are proved harmful.  Chemicals should not be used  until they are proved harmless.  The onus should be on those  who stand to gain by the use of  chemicals, not on those who  might be the victims of such  use. Anything else is simply  inexcusable.  Recently we have learned  that the company who gave us  thalidomide has done it again.  Once again they have marketed  a product which has not been  proved harmful, as thalidomide had not. Again it is a  product to ease the nausea of  pregnant women and again  malformed children are the  result.  A farmer from Saskatchewan is interviewed on the  radio and asked to explain his  success. He attributes much of  it to the fact that he uses every  single pesticide or chemical rust  inhibitor that the chemical  companies recommend.  A hearing a few years ago to  protest the dumping of Tordon  in the drinking water locally  sees a panel of scientists all  receiving research grants from  chemical companies sitting in  judgement. The applicator  admits that all he knows he  learned in a weekend course  paid for by Dow Chemical. Not  one eyebrow is lifted in question on the panel of experts.  God forbid that I or anyone  else should use the gallantry  and the suffering of Terry Fox  to mount a soapbox on any  subject under the sun. But the  sight of that one-legged athlete  hobbling and hopping to raise  our consciousness about the  dreadful disease that had  attacked him must make us  think and question as surely as  it should make us care and give.  There are those who say that  such tragedies are being caused  thousands of times every year  and being caused by the  indiscriminate, careless but  profitable wholesale use of  chemicals in everything we eat  and drink. Are they right?  The time is at hand when we  must confront cancer with  more than medical research  towards the ever elusive cure.  The time may be at hand when  we should be taking political  action against its possible  causes, whatever the initial  inconvenience.  Where were you when you  first realized there was such a  thing as the opposite sex?  For my own self, growing up  in a simpler era, I was at some  kind of school dance and I was  probably at least 16 or 17  vears old. Up until that point,  the only differences between  boys and girls that I ever  noticed were that girls were  better spellers and they didn't  seem to like to play football.  These days, for whatever  reason, things are different.  The contemporary child is not  only more interested in sexual  matters, he is not the least bit  shy of talking about them.  That doesn't mean to say that  today's children know any  more about sex than we did;  they tend to pack around a  great deal of the same misinformation, but only that they  are much more willing to  express their curiosity.  The interesting thing is,  that the more outspoken  modern children become  about sex, the less willing  significant adults, like parents  and teachers, are willing to  discuss the issue. There are  probably no other words that  bring adults to a state of  apoplexy quicker than a  juxtaposition of the nouns  sex and teenagers. Throw in  pregnancy, abortion and venereal disease and you have  a recipe for adult hysteria.  When I was a young lad,  at least some responsible  adults tried valiantly to ease  our unconscious adolescent  phsyches into the world of  r#/I.M M M M M M M.M.M M.M.M.M.M.M M M M M M ��  Royal Palm  Green rustlings, more-than-regal charities  Drift cooly from that tower of whispered light.  Amid the noontide's blazed asperities  I watched the sun's most gracious anchorite  Climb up as by communings, year on year  Uneaten of the earth or aught earth holds,  And the gray trunk, that's elephantine, rear  Itsfrondings sighing in aetherial folds.  Forever fruitless, and beyond that yield  Of sweat the jungle presses with hot love  And tendril till our deathward breath is sealed-  It grazes the horizons, launched above  Mortality���ascending emerald-bright,  A fountain at salute, a crown in view-  Unshackled, casual of its azured height.  As though it soared suchwise through heaven too.  by Hart Crane  adulthood. When I was 14,  a kindly, old (he was probably  35) counsellor struggled to  raise the collective consciousness of our Health and Physical Development class by  introducing us to the differences between boys and girls.  To this day, My cheeks flush  and my eyes descent to the  floor when I recall his heroic  stab at the unmentionable.  "Well boys," he began  bravely, "today I have something to talk to you about.''  At this point his fingers  began to tremble, his face  reddened and he edged  toward the door. He leaned  into the hallway, glanced  furtively up and down the hall,  then closed and locked the  door, leaving no doubt in any  of the 40 little heads in the  classroom what today's topic  would be.  "Now lads, you're all  beginning to grow up and  there are some things we  ought to talk about."  A weak attempt at a friendly  smile was met by half a  dozen nervous titters from the  back of the room. Fifty  minutes later, when the bell  rang, and forty grateful  sighs had escaped the lips of  the captive audience, our  health teacher had just about  made it to the part about the  birds and the bees - any connection between these creatures and boys and girls had  not been clearly established  vet.  None of us boys was really  ready to listen to whatever it  was our counsellor was trying  to tell us. Our dreams and  desires and yes, even lusts,  centred more around baseball  and hamburgers than the girls  in our classes and our lack of  interest had obviously made  our teacher's difficult task  impossible.  As I was saying, times have  changed. These days, when  kids 11,12 and 13 are not only  curious, but fascinated by the  subject of sex, there are no  teachers to explain about the  birds and the bees. Certainly,  older kids can gain by inference some useful information in the biology class and  the younger ones have lessons  about families and relationships, but for the ones in the  middle, the curious, uninhibited children, the subject  is not discussed by their  significant adults.  The newspapers are full of  stories of teenage prostitution;  the incidence of pregnancy  among teenage girls, the epidemic proportions of V.D. in  the youth population, but in  school and, too often, at home,  adult lips remain sealed when  it comes to this taboo topic.  Please turn to Page Three.  ���a^jBtm6_-SA-saBS~feaa-ajftai Letters to the Editor  Coast News, September 23, 1980  Editor urged to be fair  Editor:  1 commend you for the stand  you have taken in your editorial of September 16, 1980,  entitled "What Path Are We  On".  I wish to remind you, however, that when the Sunshine  Coast Branch of The Navy  League of Canada sought your  support in publicizing its youth  activities programme, in order  to create interest amongst  young people, our efforts often  were forgotten or ignored.  Coverage of important events  or achievements presumably  ended up in the waste paper  basket, instead of your paper.  Nor, have you gone out of  your way to support the  continuing efforts of the Navy  League to create a youth center  for the use of all organized  groups.  There arc many dedicated  people on the Sunshine Coast  who willingly share their time,  talents and money, without  fanfare, to open avenues of  interest for our young people.  Scouts.  Sea Scouts,  Venture  Scouts, Cubs, Guides, Brownies, Cadets, Wrenettes, and  other youth organizations. In  some instances they care even  more than parents.  Support these people, without having hang-ups about the  "military mind". They might  just achieve the common goal  of a Youth Center.  Be fair, John, be fair.  I.B.B. Morrow  Gower Point Road  Editor's Note: To the best of  my recollection Navy League  press releases have been treated  as generously as possible.  Water quality record set straight  Editor:  Will you please publish this  letter in reference to thc recent  reports in your paper on this  subject. Thank you.  Dear Mr. Willoughby:  The Board of Trustees ofthe  Soames Point Waterworks  District feel they must respond  to thc press reports of your  recent meeting, in which it was  stated that many systems on thc  Sunshine Coast (including  Soames Point) were producing  sub-standard water.  While these conclusions were  based on tests made in 1979,  now nine months alter the fact,  no mention was made that  Soames Point has taken very  positive steps to eliminate the  possibility of any unacceptable  levels of water standards.  As a matter of fact, since  December 1979 Soames Point  Water has come from a deep  well, drilled under the supervision of the Provincial Government Water Rights  Branch, with engineering and  geological advice from highly  regarded professionals. The  water was analyzed and tested  by Hydrology Consultants and  judged to be of excellent  quality, and chlorination is not  required. Since that time all  tests done by the local Health  Deparmcnt have confirmed  that opinion, and shown no  contamination of any kind.  Thc purpose of this letter is  to set the record straight in this  regard, and to allay any fears  that have unnecessarily entered  thc minds of the users of our  water and thc poor impression  that it may have made on the  public generally.  Yours very truly,  E.D. Grout, Secretary  for the Trustees - Soames Point  Waterworks District.  Water system excellent  Editor:  As a very recent permanent  resident in the lovely community of Grantham's Landing, 1  was very concerned to read in  your paper a report by a Mr.  Barry Willoughby that this  community had "poor Water",  along with several other areas  on the Sunshine Coast.  I would like to suggest that  Mr. Willoughby's information  regarding the purity of Granthams Landing water could be  very out-dated. After seeing the  excellent   water  system   and  health reports for Grantham's  Landing for the 1980 season,  we had no hesitation in purchasing our home in Grantham's Landing.  May 1 also point out that  through outstanding Community effort and under the  leadership of Mr. W. Chinnick,  Water Bailiff, Grantham's  Landing can indeed be proud  of the purity and abundant  supply of "cool, clear, pure,  water."  Yours sincerely  Mrs. F. Norman  Farewell  Editor:  I believe my subscription  runs out at the end of this  month, and I have reluctantly  come to the conclusion that I  must ask you to strike me from  the list of your subscribers.  This is not because I do not  enjoy reading the News each  week, but because I can never  hope to return to Gibsons to  live; not at my age and it  seems foolish to continue,  to make myself homesick.  I lived in Gibsons for thirteen years,' which is quite  a slice of life and over that  space of time one's surroundings become literally  a part of one's being and  leaving is a terrible wrench. It  is time now to cut the ties,  even such fragile ones as a  newspaper.  I shall especially miss Ian's  charming photographs, but  I know the hills and sea are  still there, even if I can no  longer see them in reality or  art. To me the water was  always a living entity and I  miss it.  I wish all of you the best of  fortune for the future and may  your excellent paper continue  to win awards. This is a  reluctant good-bye from your  friend and former subscriber,  (Miss) E.R. East  Vernon, B.C.  Water report outdated  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK  Mon.-Sat.: 9 a.m. -6 p.m  Fridays until 9 pm.  Sundays: Noon til 4 p.m.  FREE  PRESCRIPTION  DELIVERY  within the boundaries ol  the Village of Gibsons  to all Seniors  65 years or over  MAXWELL'S  PHARMACY  Cedar Plaza, Gibsons  Editor:  In response to a report in  your paper regarding the "Poor  Water" in Granthams Landing.  I would question the reasoning  in presenting a report for 1979  in the latter part of 1980. The  subject of water Purity seems  to surface periodically. Why?  As a trustee for Gianthams[  Landing Improvement District, 1 have, been most interested at all times in water purity  and supply in Granthams  Landing. 1 would like to point  out to you and to Mr. Grant  Willoughby and to all those  interested, that according to  Mr. Brookes, Coast Garibaldi  Health Unit, all tests performed at Granthams Landing  for 1980 have been as perfect as  a water supply can get. (0/5  absolute purity).  A report such as the one in  your paper does a great disservice to the Community of  Granthams Landing and particularly to those in the Community who have volunteered  time, money, and tard labor to  make the water supply in this  lovely Community abundantly  available and 100% safe.  Yours sincerely,  J. Park.  What are  'human  rights*?  Editor:  I am very ignorant, so will  somebody please tell me what  "basic human rights" are,  besides being magic words in  politics and sure vote catchers.  I know that already.  Yours truly,  John S. Browning  Slings and Arrows (cont'd)  i Call Jim or Haig tor inlo  A     886-8158   Jjf  It is not only a matter of  unwillingness to discuss the  issue, there are organized  eroups in the society dedicated to eliminating any  references whatever to sex in  the schools. It was a gentler,  simpler time when all that  occupied our young minds was  4 PIECE  WATERBED SUITE  / $1,199  1 Reg. ��1,S99  10% OFF  all waterbed bedding  with the purchase ot a waterbed  m  goto  WATERBED SHEETS  **ZL MMS  &*S�� M5.9S  *��.��MS  Set  Do-It-Youreelf  WATERBED KITS  from $149-00  Free Eetinutei Wo Obligation!  baseball and hamburgers -  sometimes I wish the times  had never changed - but  if the kinds of things the  children in our schools seem to  want to know more about are  any indication, the days of  baseball and hamburgers are  gone forever.  overinij  SPECIALS! .  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Basically this covers the  Insured, spouse, relatives of  either, or any person under  the age of 19 in their care,  provided they are all residents  of the household.  It will pay all sums imposed  by law (up to the coverage  limit, of course), including  legal expenses, which you are  required to pay, resulting  from an accident causing  personal injury or property  damage to another person.  Other examples, where you  would be covered would be:  felling a tree in your backyard  and landing it on your  neighbours house; causing  personal injury or property  damage while golfing, skiing.  or hunting. You arc not  covered for claims involving  business pursuits, professional sports, or the use of  motor vehicles or owned  watercraft (over a certain si/e  and horsepower).  If you feel you could he  liable for an incident, it is very  important to inform your  Agent immediately. 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Royal City  cream corn and  green peas 398 mn  Neilson - Country Crisp  $1.69  Frozo - Choice - Frozen  peas  907 gm  I   Glad *>m     f^r\  garbage bags ur. * 1.09  Artie Power - Cold Water  iNenson - country ^nsp       a\  j        �� ^     I   Ante power - i  granola barssssgm * 1.43    detergent  '3.99  *MBMdl  Mitfta  mm ^^^"W^^HP^^W*  11 "^^^^"^^^^^MHHHMHMVMMHHMHMimMIHMHHIMMB^^  Coast News, September 23, 1980  Dives of Yesteryear  ft I Ihe New Delhi  It is late on a Friday night in  the early Sixties and I am  hound, in company with a  couple of characters called  Numhers and Peanuts, for Ihe  notorious New Delhi Club on  Main Street. The Delhi is our  favourite late-night hangout in  these lean years and where we  inevitably head alter the pubs  close, providing we have the S3  cover charge. It is certainly Ihe  best bargain in town for  chronic brokers like ourselves.  I he $.' entitles vou to a sleazy  floor-show plus a small serving  of either spaghetti or veal  cutlets, Ihe quality ol the food  is definite!) more greasy spoon  than haute cuisine bul we never  complain Ik'ggars can't be  choosers and ii is often the only  meal we will have that day.  I he New Delhi is not long on  class but il does have a lew  basic ground rules thai are  stringently enforced by Max.  the enormous black bouncer.  froublcmakers and welchers  are just nol tolerated. The place  is locaied on the second floor  and if they refuse to leave  peacefully. Max's method of  ejection can prove painful. He  simply pilches them down the  Pages from a Life-Log  Peter Trower  long, narrow flight of marble  stairs lhat lead to thc street.  Such an occurrence has apparently taken place quite  recently, As we mount the  stairs, we are compelled to step  around bloodstains. Fortunately, we are on good terms  with Uig Max.  Because of its seedy reputation, ihe Delhi has never been  granted a liquor license and slill  functions as a quasi-legal  bottle-club, Peanuts has a  twenty-six of communal whisky in his coal pocket, He  appears lo he a mixture of  Chinese. East Indian and  perhaps Polynesian. We never  learn his name. He hands us  our tickets with a sinister smile.  We are all fairly regular  customers.  I he interior of the club is a  low-roofed cavern, noisy,  smoky and ill-lit. It is already  quite crowded but we manage-  to stake oul a table on thc edge  of the dance-floor and performing area. Ordering glasses  and mixer, we crack the  whisky. It is about ten minutes  Sundries and Souvenirs  j FEATURING j  | Colourful Children's   i  POSTERS at   $3��50   ea j  PLUS  Mini  $2*50  L      Prints  �����  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK  Gibsons Landing   11 am-' 5 Pm-  )  886-2818  ��  to show-time. The saxophone  player is P.J. Perry, later to  distinguish himself as one of  Canada's top jazz artists but  virtually unknown at ihis point  in time. Wc know each other  from one scene or another and  he joins us for a drink. "Man.  am I sick of playing dumb riffs  for strippers", he says, "hut a  guy's gotta eat. I'm going up lo  jam wilh Al Neil's band al the  Cellar later on. Why don't you  fall on up there'.'"  "Can't alirtrd Ihe entrance  fee". I admit, sadly.  The floor-show kicks off  wilh a tap-dancing dwarf. The  guy is aboul Ihree feci noting  but remarkably agile despite  his grotesquely short legs. He  bounces around the floor in a  sort of syncopated waddle,  more dueklikc than human. Il  is cruelly funny and the drunken crowd roars approval as he  exils.  Next comes an obscure blues  singer from Seattle, a thin  black girl in a garish red wig.  She belts out three or four  songs in the style of Dinah  Washington but she seems  nervous and her voice lacks  resonance. We applaud politely  but she is definitely nol top-  hundred material.  The main act. as usual, is a  stripper, a tall, well- proportioned blonde introduced as  Miss Minx. I glance at P.J.  Perry on the bandstand as he  honks out a hokey. burlycuc  shuffle.   He shakes  his  head  KERNS HOME  FURNISHINGS  Stereos, Records, Furniture  Appliances, T.V.'s  Find us in the Yellow Pages"  SEAVIEW PLACE,  m  GIBSONS  886-9733     886-7015  ruefully. In these days, strip-  acts are not to be found in every  second beer-parlour. They arc  strictly confined to such establishments as the Delhi and have  not yet lost their novelty  through over-exposure. Miss  Minx draws every male eye as  she bumps, grinds and undulates around the room, divesting her garments as she goes.  My friend. Numbers (so-called  because of his obsession with  horse-racing) is quite taken  with her. "Wow, man, I wonder  if she goes out with the  customers'.'", he gasps.  Numbers' ardour is soon to  be bluntly dampened. Miss  Minx gets down to the nitty-  grilly and proves lo be a man  with all parts present and  accounted for, "Jesus, a goddamn transvessel What a  drag! I was really getting  turned on", says Numbers red-  lacedly.  "It's a drag.allright!", laughs  Peanuts as the deceitful 'Miss'  Minx flounces off to the  delighted applause of several  lags in Ihe audience.  That's all she wrote for the  floor-show and the crowd  slowly begins to thin out. P.J.  Perry bids me goodbye and  heads doorward with his axe,  off lo blow some real jazz. Our  liquor is about gone and we  don't have thc price of a  bootleg crock. Recorded music  is playing now and one or iwo  couple? move tipsily around  the floor. Directly across from  us sit two bull-dykes in jeans  and black-leather jackets, their  hair short-cropped and mannish. One of the lesbians has  eyes for a girl at a neighbouring  NOW LOCATED  BEHIND  PENINSULA TRANSPORT  Hwy. 101, Gibsons  OPEN 8 am. ��� Spm Moo. ��� Sat.  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Wednesday through Thursday. September 24-26. Wholly  Mosea starring the inimitable  Dudley Moore will tickle the  funny bone. Moore stars as a  tourist on a 'no-frills' tour of  ihe Holy Land and as a bypassed prophet, rival of Moses.  Starring with Moore is l.araine  Newman of Saturday Night  Live fame. Newman is seen as  companion tourist and erstwhile bride of Moore.  Jack Nicholson is the star of  the horror film The Shining  Which   follows   Wholly   MOSI'K  on to the Twilight screen. The  Shining, the first film produced by Stanley Kubrick in  five years, is a visually stunning  work which will be shown  locally Saturday through Tuesday, September 27-30.  From the spectacular serial  photography that backdrops  the opening credits to its  horrific climax two and a half  hours later. The Shining will  mesmerize its audiences. Jack  Nicholson has never been  belter.  table. As we watch, she strides  over like some distaff Marlon  Brando and asks for a dance.  Surprisingly, the girl accepls  and they begin to waltz around  the floor.  Suddenly the girl's boy  friend (who has evidently gone  out for a bottle) re-enters thc  club. Spotting his girl in the  dyke's arms, he charges angrily  over and breaks them up. The  lesbian just stands there for a  moment, her gay composure  dissolving. Stumbling back to  her table, she begins lo cry on  her friend's shoulder.  This is about enough kinky  weirdness lor one night. The  whisky is finished and Numbers. Peanuts and I prepare to  leave. "Be cool, boys", says Big  Max, good humouredly. We  step around the staircase  bloodstains again and hit the  street. The uptown bus-stop is  right outside. Aboul ten feet  left of the doorway, two  hustling broads are going at il  hammer and longs while a  drunken crowd stands round,  egging them on. They tight  savagely, clawing and pulling  each other's hair. It is like a  scene out of Hogarth in  modem dress. An approaching  siren howls through the night  like a sick ghost. Our bus pulls  up and we board it. Looking  back, wc see Ihe two dishevelled whores'being loaded  into a black maria. Another  clean-cut sessional the old New  Delhi.  Students contribute  Elphinstone High School  has collected $444.10 from  staff and students to contribute to the Canadian Cancer  Society for the Terry Fox run.  Reg Morel, president of the  school's student council said,  "I think the school did a great  iob and what Terry Fox is  doing for the Canadian Cancer  Society is terrific." The  student council's secretary  Julie Sheridon, says of the  Terry Fox run, "I think it's  fantastic as it's one of the best  things a person could do for  the Cancer Society." We are  glad to know that the money  donated will be used for  further research in cancer,  "Hopefully we can have more  fund-raising activities," Morel said in conclusion.  by Rae Lllingham  Week commencing Sept. 23  General Notes: Saturn, planet  of patience, caution and common sense becomes prominent.  It moves into Libra for two  years bringing extra responsibilities to those life departments which may have been  neglected or forgotten. This  week Saturn also contacts thc  Sun and Full Moon indicating  frustrating, gloomy conditions.  Venus squares the unpredictable Uranus next Saturday  bringing a little excitement to a  somewhat dreary period.  It's a greal week to say home  and be miserable.  ARIES (March 21 -April 19)  All relationship mailers,  including partnerships, business arrangements and marriage will be tested and overhauled during the nexl two  years. Those close to you will  demand more of your lime and  attention, Full Moon in your  sign finds you unlucky, pessimistic and depressed. Spontaneous social activity Saturday night helps dispel gloom.  March 21 birthdays have a  terrible week.  TAURUS (April 20 - May 20)  Employment or health concerns may be linked lo delays or  frustrations during the next few  years. Looks like you'll take the  job you've always dreaded.  Have dull aches, back pains  and kidneys checked. Full  Moon focuses on private  worries, analyses of recent  mistake. Expect strange visitors to your home next weekend.  GEMINI (May 21 -June 21)  Anticipate a more responsible attitude towards your  social activities, creative pleasures or pastimes during the  next two years. Children's  affairs may begin to restrict  your regular outings and  shenanigans. Gemini artists  return to traditional techniques. Full Moon coincides  with friend's disappointing  behaviour, Friday phone call  announces unexpected work-  scene development.  CANCER (June 22 - July 22)  Next Iwo years finds you  reviewing your basic security,  especially on the domestic  from. Payments or repairs  where you live may become a  burden. Behaviour of elderly  person, parent or invalid will  test your patience and loyally. ���  Full Moon coincides with  superior's grumpy mood. Surprise gift from admirer becomes templing bait nexl  weekend.  I.KO (July 23 - Aug. 22)  Dealings with brother; sister,  close relative or neighbour will  require extra tact and diplomacy during the next few  years. It's a time to cultivate a  more disciplined approach  towards youi daily affairs. Ihis  week's Full Moon brings  somber news from a distance.  Venus in your sign squaring  Sorry For Any  Inconvenience  Gibsons  Girl 5 Gu?s  Salon  WILL BE CLOSED  For Holidays from  Sept. 27 - Oct. 21  886-2120  Uranus attracts weirdos next  Saturday. If you can't be good,  be careful.  VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 22)  At last somber Saturn leaves  your sign. Burdens become  gradually lighter. Responsibilities arc gladly passed to  others. You contemplate the  lessons learned during the last  two years. Advice now is to  consolidate your financial  position and consider safe  investment. Full Moon spotlights partner's embarrassing  blunder. Romantic moment  with special person faces  surprise interruption next  weekend.  LIBRA (Sept. 23 - Oct. 23)  Serious Saturn enters your  sign for two years. You'll soon  feci more dignified, thoughtful,  conscientious and willing to  accept heavier duties and  responsibilities. I.ihrans born  Sept. 23 - 27 are first to face  , harsh reality, lull Moon finds  loved one in dreary mood.  Friend or acquaintance an-  nouccs unexpected financial  news nexl weekend.  SCORPIO (Oct. 24 - Nov. 22)  Looks like you'll prefer more  peace and quiet, privacy and  seclusion during the next few  years. Much will be learnt  being alone and away from  your usual social circle. Expect  visits to hospitals, prisons or  other large institutions. Full  Moon says it's time to phone  doctor I'dr routine health  check-up. Older person finds  your outlandish ideas refreshing Saturday night.  SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 -  Dec. 21)  You'll be forced to become  more realistic concerning your  long-range hopes and expectations during thc nexl Iwo years.  It's also a time when old friends  drill away and new acquaintances become trusted companions. Full Moon coincides  with disappointing social activity. Weekend brings surprise  message from person in remote  place.  CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan.  19)  Saturn, your ruling planet,  urges you to establish a more  secure position in Ihe local  community during the nexl few  vears. Boss, superior or authority figure will respect your  ambition and need for further  accomplishments. Meanwhile.  Full Moon spotlights dismal  domestic conditions. Partner's  rare act of generosity shocks  social companions Saturday  night.  AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 - Feb.  IS)  Looks like you'll switch to a  more traditional, conservative  philosphy or life-style during  thc nexl two years. Seems  you'll no longer be comfortable  with up-to-the-minute notions  or attitudes. Full Moon coincides with'frustrating midweek, short-distance communications. Unusual partnership  opportunity is presented nexl  weekend.  PISCES (Feb. 19 - Mar. 20)  Prepare to learn valuable  lesson through Involvement  with other people's money or  possessions during thc nexl few  years. Don'l depend on close  associates' cash or resources.  Partner may be facing financial  hard times. Full Moon says  guard purse, wallet, keys and  small ilems. Sexual harrassment where you work may  become a problem on Friday. !  WARNING  Some gory  and frightening  scenes. Nudity  and coarse  language.  B.C. Director.  Please phone for show times 88C-2827.  Presents  BOB GLEASON  New to this area, from  Sechelt via St. Loliis, Missouri  Singing Blues, Folk & Light Pop  Wed. - Sat., Sept. 24th - 27th  8 pin. ��� midnight  DINING FACILITIES  Full Menu ��� Daily Specials  11 am- 2:30 pm. 5 pm. - 7:30 pm.  886-9815 Off the shelf  bv John Moore  Every so often you get the  opportunity to meet the people  who write the books you read.  This Saturday, September 27,  Rolf Knight, author of A Very  Ordinary Life, A Man of Our  Times, Stump Ranrli Chronicles, and, most recently,  Along the No. 20 Line will be  visiting thc NDP Booksore in  Gibsons from 11 a.m. on  through the day, so feel free to  drop in and meet him.  While you're there, I recommend you pick up a copy of  Along thc No. 20 Line (New  Star Books, 1980. $6.50). The  books is one of a number of  works that have appeared over  thc past couple of years which  attempt to capture the "human  history" ofthe Wesl Coast and.  in this case, thc city of Vancouver in particular. Billed as  "Reminiscences ofthe Vancouver Waterlront", Along tin-  No.' 20 Line is a fragmentary  but fascinating account of life  on the Vancouver waterfront,  along thc route of thc old No.  20 streetcar, during the I940's.  The No. 20 streetcar line,  with its eastern terminus at  Exhibition Park and its western terminus at Victory Square,  was opened in the 1890'sasthe  Powell Street Line, and by the  I940's had become the natural  main artery of the working-  class waterfront.  What emerges from Along  the No. 20 Line is a profound  sense of how easily the history  of an area, let alone a city, slips  away. Knight himself points  out that events such as the  interment of the Japanese and  the Province newspaper strike,  which happened when he was  growing up on the waterfronl.  tend to be of marginal, misunderstood importance lo  children.  Along the No. 20 Line is an  uneven, incomplete, yet curiously satisfactory book. The  reminiscences by people who  lived and worked along thc line  in thc I940's arc compelling. Al  least four of them, interestingly, are Sunshine Coast residents, Frank White, Bill White,  Jean Trebett, and Ken Barker.  Frank White's stories of the  early days of trucking in thc  city, driving vehicles with  marginal brakes through the  impenetrable fogs the once  settled on Vancouver, the  informal headquarters of the  trucking industry in thc Ranier  Hotel, the drivers hustling  loads on the side to make an  extra buck, is a fascinating  glimpse at the origins of an  industry we all depend on and  largely take for granted.  Bill White and Jean Trebett  present-two views of working  conditions in thc highballing  ship-building industry in Vancouver. White began working  in the shipyards in 1941 and  rose to become president of the  Marine Workers and Boilermakers Union between 1944  and 1955. Jean Trebett worked  in the yards for only two years,  but both agree on thc hazar-  Gibsons Public  library  Tuesday  2-lp.ni.  Wednesday  2-4p.m.  Thursday 2-4 & 7-9pm.  Saturday 2-4 p.m.  886-2130      "��������  Sechelt Garden Club results  Novice zooms to the top  Coast News, September 23, 1980  The Gibsons  Meat Market  dous conditions that prevailed.  Ken Barker's reminiscences of  life at sea and on thc waterfront  are particularly valuable for his  comments on the destruction of  thc Canadian Scamans Union  and decline of Canadian deep-  sea shipping.  Several of thc chapters of  Along the No. 20 Line arc  extracts from other books by  Knight himself or, in Bill  White's case, from a book to be  published this fall by Harbour  Publishing.   There  are   other  potential books in Along the  No. 20 Line; as Ken Barker  points out, there has yet to be a  full treatment of the demise of  the C.S.U. and Canadian  merchant shipping. A subtle  sense of urgency pervades the  book as well. A glance at Along  the No. 20 Line and a look at  the Vancouver Waterfront  today makes you realize just  how fast the human history of  Ihe city can be erased. Sec you  at the NDP Bookstore on  Saturday.  by Jack MacLeod  Book Look  by Murrie Redman  Alfred Hitchcock's Talcs to Kill You With Fear and Trembling,  Kleanor Sullivan Editor, Doubleday Dial 1980, $12.50  The pudgy little profile with its droll smile always preceded the  best in entertainment lor mystery lovers. Though Alfred  Hitchcock is no longer with us, his traditions arc. One came to  depend on Ihe quality of his editions, books and movies. They  were sure not only to entertain but to amuse and amaze.  In Ihis neal collection of 27 tales, editor Eleanor Sullivan carries  on in true Hitchcock style. The stories are carefully selected to  hold the reader in suspense until the usual chilling end. Although!  am not sure if the tales fill me with "fear and trembling" as  advertised, they are enjoyable and satisfying as mini-murder  stories, little perfectly told dramas in which ordinary people do  extraordinary things.  They plan revenge. They plot to gain wealth. They scheme to  out-wit the police. They are always caught in the end, as most  murderers arc. If they do not fall into some clever detective's trap,  they fall into one of their own. Each story has a bit of pathos which  makes us, if not empathize with thc killer, at least understand why  he or she did it.  For example, in "Death Is A Lonely Lover" Carl Koenig  avenged thc death of his girl friend by systematically bumping off  the car load of tipsy party goers who would not stand up to his  girl's attackers on a lonely parking lot. Unfortunately, Carl did  not realize that his girl was not entirely without blame in thc affair  until Ihings had gone much too far.  And then there was the fellow who finished off what a burglar  chancing on his wife had begun. Even though the lady drove him  to it, he convicted himself inaconfession that Detective Carella so  patiently waited for.  Story after story, points up the fact that most of us are but a step  away from committing a serious crime. Anger, frustration,  revenge, jealousy and greed arc emotions touching everyone. The  folk in these stories let them get the upper hand. The editor  charges "you will undoubtedly experience some inner  disquietude". She continues by saying that readers will "look at  spouse and sibling, stranger and friend with unaccustomed  suspicion and dread" after reading these stories. Well...  Community Forum  Channel Ten  GIBSONS CHANNEL TEN  Wednesday, Sept. 24  SECHELT CHANNEL TEN  Thursday, Sept. 25  6:00 p.m. "Coast Ten Weekly  News"  The Community Broadcasting class at Elphi  presents their news highlights for the community  this week.  6:30 p.m. "Inside Elphi"  This new series features  activities and people in  our local senior secondary  school,  7:00 p.m. "The Rhonda Doyle  Show"  Rhonda hosts this new  show designed to promote clubs and organizations on the Sunshine  Coast.  7:30 p.m. "Meet your M.L.A"  Don Lockstead answers  questions on community  issues.  8:00 p.m. "Windows on the  West Coast"  This week's show is about  the Gibsons Marina and  features Mayor of Gibsons, Lorraine Goddard,  and alderman, Larry  Trainor.  8:30 p.m, "Community Perspectives"  The  topic  this  week  is  Sunday Shopping and the  guest is Bill Edney.  9:20   p.m.    "The    Gibsons  Winter Club"  This week's show highlights the curling programmes offered at the  club.  Some people make it to the  top quickly, some never  make it at all. Others get there  by slow degrees, then once in  a long while someone really  arrives in a flash. That miracle  occurred Saturday September  13th at the Sechelt Garden  Club Fall Show.  At 10:30 entry deadline that  morning, one ofthe members,  Jean Scott was just a beginner, a novice, a neophyte.  All this means that Jean had  won a trophy before at a club  show. So she entered in the  Novice class and won the  Adam Mitchell cup for Novices.  She accepted the trophy and  from there set out to prove  that even a neophyte can be a  person of green thumb skill,  by taking the Sechelt Garden  Club Cup for the Best Pot  Plant in the show. She also  scored the most points in the  Potted Plant section and was  awarded the Frank Read  plaque.  Gaining a few more points  from second and third ribbons  merely meant that Jean Scott  had amassed most points in  the Show, thereby becoming  top exhibitor. She was presented with the Grand Aggregate trophy, (a beautiful  silver bowl) donated by the  Bank of Montreal. Some  beginnerl  Congratulations to Jean  Scott, who is really a very  good gardener.  For the best exhibit in  show, (a beautiful fern),  Thelma LeFeaux won the  Janet Allen Memorial trophy,  and also won the Copping Cup  for the Best Hanging Basket  in show for the third year in  a row.  In Section one, Cut Flowers,  Eric Huskins and Lou Wilson  tied with 19 points each. They  will share the Redman Memorial cup. Section Three,  Arrangements, was won by  Babs Roberts, who will hold  the Janet Allen trophy for a  vear. The African Violet Cup  was won by Vivian Reeves,  and the Sechelt Garden Club  cup   was   awarded   to   Tarn  Chimney  Cleaning  & Maintenance  Phone 886-7411 or  886-8023  ^ c  iDPBoohsiore]  886-7744   (S&l      Open  Corn��r ot School *   BwS        Fri. til 9 pm.  Timmy The West Coast Tug  - Jeremy Moray  The Empire Strikes Back-DonaidF.Glut  Emerald Storybook- Enid Biyton  Little BritCheS - Ralph Moody  Personal Appearance by author  ROLF KNIGHT  to autograph copies of  ALONG THE NO. 20 LINE  Reminiscences of the Vancouver  Waterfront  Sat. Sept. 27th, from 11 am, on  Now you can  tickle just about  anybody, just about  anywhere for just  about any reason.  Wilh our new FTD  lir kler��� Bouquet.  An inexpensive bouquet for  National Flower Week  and the beginning of Fall  ,1 ltl-.IV I-  FTD Rainbow���  '. And featuring  its own spot ial  kler. Call oi visit  us today for the  Tickler Bouquet  Only  $12.50  We deliver  I lelpinq i\< n  Call us.  j s it) il ii jnl.  QjAgGgj  ^rHH-tJLuHH  .J-lowers & Qi/ts  In Sechelt's Trail Bay Mall 885-9455,  Johnson for the best Dahlia in  show.  The club is indebted to  Mayor Lorraine Goddard of  Gibsons for presiding over the  opening ceremonies. Judging  the show was Mrs. Asgerd  Lien of Surrey, B.C. She  was a most meticulous judge  and gave us some excellent  pointers. Door prizes were  won by Judy Gates (a Kay  Cole painting) and Teresa  Robilliard, (pottery).  ��� We Guarantee Service  ��� Quality Freshness  "No Surprises"  Local weather  The equinoctial gales arrived on cue, giving us a  beautiful stormy day, wind,  rain and waves crashing on  the shore. Almost an inch of  rain, 2.11 cm. Otherwise it  was a sunny week with average daytime temperatures of  low  18.0C   and   overnight  average of 10.SC.  Last year the equinox was  marked by one cloudy day and  an overnight spatter of rain in  a sequence of 17 sunny days  from September 9-25th.  <Vvck����s3  Pork  Sausage  $1.59ib.  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T&Th  S & Su  - 10 pm  t 30 - 2 30 pm  10 - 11 15 am  PENDER HARBOUR CENTRE  Madeira Park.883-9100  "WE RESERVE THE RIGHT  TO LiMi: QUANTITIES' Coast News, September 23, 1980  Gibsons Auxiliary  by Jeanie Norton 886-9609  Opposition to a highway  along the Hydro lines and a  movement to preserve the old  Community Hall were the two  topics of controversy that  brought out a much larger  crowd than usual to last  Wednesday's Roberts Creek  Community Association meeting. Regular members were  torn between pleasure at  seeing new interest demonstrated and impatience with the  revival of discussions settled  at previous meetings.  Tom Grant presented a  petition signed by 132 people  requesting further discussion  of the provision in the Roberts  Creek Settlement Plan (formerly called the Community  Plan) for another highway  further up the mountain when  and if it is required. The  petitioners feel that three  major arteries within such a  small area would be unacceptable and they want  the Settlement Plan changed  to provide for more community input into the decisionmaking.  Countering their arguments  Regional Director Harry Almond pointed out the already  dramatic increase in traffic  on the Sunshine Coast and the  logic of putting a throughway  in a less populated area - assuming one is necessary at all.  The Department of Highways  is trying to provide for circumstances forty or fifty years  down the road, he said, and  who knows if we'll even be  driving cars then?  Even more important, said  Almond, is the need to have  the Settlement Plan passed  into law as soon as possible.  The Plan, including the  proposed highway route, received final approval from the  community last spring at the  last of several public hearings  held over a period of several  years. To change the Plan now  would mean more public  discussions and delays.  But if the Plan is allowed to  go through now it will be  law and the Department of  Highways will be bound by it.  And, he said, there is provision in the Plan for amendment so these things can be  settled afterward.  The meeting decided to ask  the Highways Department to  send an official representative  knowledgeable about the  highways situation in Roberts  Creek to meet with the  Community Association. Notice of that meeting will be  given in this paper.  Concern was expressed  about the fate of the old  Community Hall when the  new gymnasium has been  built. President Chuck Barnes  stated that there had been no  decision but the building  could be maintained only if it  were economical. It cannot be  expanded because of parking  and septic problems and the  maintenance costs are horrendous, affordable only because of the support of the Elphinstone Recreation Group's  weekly bingo contribution.  It was because of the costs  and inadequacies of the  present Hall that it was  decided to build a new one.  The Ways and Means Committee was formed in 1978 to  raise money and in 1979 the  Community Association agreed to join with the School  Board in building a combined  community hall/school gymnasium to take advantage of  joint use funding available.  The electorate agreed to the  proposal in a referendum in  September 1979.  Now, it was stated at the  meeting, many people are not  in favour of building a facility  on school property. They don't  want the money raised by the  Ways and Means Committee  "to go to the Ministry of  Education".  It was pointed out that the  money raised had been  specifically designated for the  "planning, construction, and  equipping of a new hall"  and could not be diverted to  another use. Kevin Shepherd  then gave notice of motion to  be discussed at the next  meeting that all future funds  raised by the Ways and Means  Committee go towards the  maintenance, improvement  and repair of the old Hall.  Thus we have come full  circle: from deciding the old  Hall was obsolete and cooperating, young and old, to  build a new one; proceeding to  true community co-operation  by joining forces with the  School to make maximum use  of an expensive facility; back  to preserving the old Hall  either out of sentimentality or  possessiveness.  As a last point of business,  Harry Almond asked that  members think about the  ramifications of Sechelt's recent proposal to amalgamate  with nearby communities. We  have to be prepared to take a  stand, he said, should Gibsons  get similar ideas about Roberts Creek.  Weekend at The Legion.  "It's hard to be hunble,"  Glen Kraus' theme song,  greeted Mr. Roberts Creek  from the juke box as he  entered the Legion Saturday  before last to celebrate his  "29th" birthday with a small  group of friends and admirers.  He modestly declined to  model his gift of "candy-  pants" but honoured all the  ladies with busses and dances.  An added attraction at the  party was the performance by  "Cliff the Dancing Bear".  Draped in the bearskin from  Glen's throne, he hulked  about giving bearhugs to all  who crossed his path.  Festivities continued the  next day when the Legion  gave a dinner for the bartenders. The workers were  treated to a superlative steak  barbecue and free drinks.  Everybody who attended  raved about the food and the  crowd was quick to give a  standing ovation to Ernie  Fossett and Billie Rodgers and  the Ladies Auxiliary for all  their work.  President Roy Milliner was  surprised with a cheque  towards the new lathe he  wants and there were flowers  for his wife.  Initiation.  Eighteen new members  were sworn in at the Roberts  Creek Legion on Wednesday,  September 9, bringing the  total membership of Branch  219 to somewhere around 140  members.  Nora MacLean was sworn in  as the first woman Welfare  Officer and the first associate  member to hold that position.  And John Bottomley took over  the duties of Secretary from  Adam Hutchinson in addition  to his duties as Treasurer.  The meeting voted to. award  Past Officers Medals to Jim  Ridge well, Phil Bailey and  Herb Richter in recognition  of their hard work and donation of time.  by Elizabeth Johnston  The first meeting of the new  season of the Gibsons Hospital  Auxiliary was held on Wednesday, September 10, 1980  at the Calvary Baptist Church  at 1:30 p.m., with President  Jean Longley in the chair.  After the President had  welcomed us all back after the  summer break, member John  Rigby gave the prayer and a  minute's silence was observed  on behalf of Mrs. Marj  Langdale and Mrs. Pauline  Warn, both of whom will be  sadly missed in our community.  The minutes of the June  meeting were read by Secretary Pearl Dove who subsequently read a letter from  our Area Representative to the  British Columbia Association  of Hospital Auxiliaries, Mrs.  Betty Patterson. Treasurer  Violet Harris then read the  Treasurer's report.  Members were reminded  that the Annual Area meeting  of the Lower Mainland British  Columbia Association of Hospital Auxiliaries will be held  on October 8, 1980, at the  Surrey Inn, in Surrey, Vancouver, B.C. Any member  wishing to be present should  contact Mrs. Pearl Dove at  886-9684 for details as soon as  possible.  Any member participating  in in-service duty at St.  Mary's Hospital, Sechelt, and  not wishing to be hampered  with driving the distance, particularly during the winter  months, a mini-bus service  is now available. The number  to contact is 885-5881. This is  a free service for hospital  volunteers and at least 24  hours notice is required to be  given. The pick-up time is  approximately 9:30 a.m. as  close to your home as possible  so that little or no walking  should be involved. The return  journey is 12:30/45 p.m. For  afternoon volunteers the times  are 1 p.m. with the return  journey at 3:30/45 p.m.  Our fund raising projects  for the autumn/winter period  will begin with the always  successful 'aloha Luncheon'  to be held on November 14,  1980. As this column goes to  oress no more details are  available, but do please watch  next month's local papers for  time, place and cost of ticket.  Posters will also be on display in Gibsons Village with  the names of shops and  businesses were tickets may  be purchased.  Our   inservice   volunteers  have worked the following  number of hours over the  period June/August:  Thrift Shop - June - 9 volunteers worked 64 hours. July -  8 volunteers worked 46 hours.  August - 9 volunteers worked  66'/i hours.  Extended Care Unit - period  June/August - 6 volunteers  worked 40 hours.  Gift Shop - period June/  August - 60 hours approx.  were worked.  Knitters are asked to double  their already remarkable efforts with baby outfits and etc. ���  as the demand for these items  is higher than ever. This is  indeed congratulations from  the public on the excellence of  the finished product  The Gibsons Hospital Auxiliary will cater for the September 23, 1980 dinner meeting of the Lions Club.  Hopefully,   there  will  be  more of interest to report  after the next meeting, to be  held on Wednesday, October  11,1980 at the Calvary Baptist  Church.  NEW TAXI  RATES  Village Taxi Ltd.  c      kilometer  $X400   Per hour  waiting  uur   inservice   volunteers   the timshed product.   by Paalette Collins  I would like to thank everyone who came out to the Community Association meeting.  Elections were held and the  results are as follows: President - Greg Collins; Vice-  President - Marion Reynolds;  Secretary - Inger Hanson;  Treasurer - Myrtle Woods;  Social Convenor - Sonja Trudel  and Sports Directors - Bill  Ahrens and Karen Koch.  Congratulations to all the  executive members. We are  looking forward to an interesting and active year.  Already the executive are  planning a children's Hallowe'en costume party and  an adult Hallowe'en costume  party. The adult party will be  held October 25. More details  will be available at a later  date.  Our Fall bazaar will be held  at Sunnycrest Mall on the  8th of November. We would  like  everyone  to  contribute  whether at the craft table or  the baking table. We need  everyone's help to make this a  successful event.  The teens will be participating again at the bazaar  with their crafts and baking.  They are also planning to  have a raffle. I will have more  information next week on the  raffle prizes. We look forward  to their contributions very  much.  Z   886-8101   *  0^��EBEACHCO*  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST  TAXI  VLASSIFIFn ADS  Wakachoo this weekend.  Don't miss the Wakachoo I  Rivyoo  at the  Legion  this  weekend, September 26 and  27.  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Coast Cable cannot go ahead  with their original start plan  for November. The poles are  "Hot" ��� so that means the  equipment bought and men  ready to go are now hanging  in wait for B.C. Telephone  Workers Union, which could  mean months. So we'll wait  out another winter with more  snow on the TV than in the  driveway.  By the way, I came up with  84 year-round residences for  Kleindale instead of 71 in my  original survey. Surprised  even mel I asked Mr. Bobart  if they could service our  summer residences on a more  economical basis - yes they  can. After the initial installation fee is paid, customers would pay for months  used. A hook-up fee would be  required once a year.  I must mention Mr. Bobart  didn't have to listen or pay  attention to me. They already  have the licence to go ahead  with the original plan.  1 know he feels quite  deeply about keeping community relations on a fair and  equal footing. I thank him for  Egmont News  Coast News, September 23, 1980  by Jon Van Arsdell  Foul weather turns fair in  Egmont, at least that is the  story this weekend but yoi  can definitely feel that fall ni;  in the air and smell those em  of summer smells in youi  nose. I think this is my favourite time ofthe year, refreshing  and invigorating despite the  abundance of spiders and  tent caterpillars.  Jack Garcia and his son  Cosmo of the Blue Horizon  arrived home this week. Jack  decided the pickings were  getting so slim he should  Dull the rag (Ed. note: Fisherman's talk of taking In the  nets) and return to the rest of  his family. Though the fishing  was grim he felt pretty good.  He figured if he could survive  with a year like this he could  make it any year.  Well, Egmont was on TV  Friday night and it must have  been a bit of a tough go for  Ritter's Cove because it had to  compete with the final episode  of Shogun. Of course Shogun  did not make Channel Six  which is all we get up here, so  I imagine most tubes in our  town were tuned in to Ritter's  Cove. I heard varying opinions  but I personally enjoyed the  show, especially the shots of  Jervis Inlet and Hotham  Sound from the air.  ALWAYS AVAILABLE/~:  Our Skill and .( *]  Knowledge    Kl  [FOR ONE STOP SHOPPING]  Leave your prescription  and do the rest of your  Shopping in the NUill or  Phone in Advance &  we will have it ready.  Short and sweet this week.  If you have any news phone  me at 883-9175.  |Halfmoon Bay Happening  We have a complete  PATIENT RECORD PLAN  tor youi protection and  *���      convenience.  -We will mail oul  vour prescriptions  Ihe same day if you  cannot call for them.  thank you tor your patronage  BOB GRANT   ED FOCKIER  I 886-7213 J  GIBSONS        SUNNrCREST MAIL  WISTEM DRUG ItlBRT  "wirsiArrouuair"  by Rath Forrester 885-2418  Locals Shine at Flower Show:  Halfmoon Bay was well  represented in the prize-  winning categories at the  Sunshine Coast Flower Blub's  annual Flower Show last  Saturday. Jean Scott of  Redrooffs received three trophies to win the grand aggregate points for household  plants. Alex Ellis, also of Redrooffs won three first and two  third prizes for his dahlias,  while Carmen Grassie of  Brooks Cove received a first  for flower arrangements.  It was rather a pity that  more people did not participate in this show. There is  a lot of work involved in organizing such an event and  it must be quite discouraging  to have such poor participation  from an area with so many  beautiful gardens. Let's hope  that next year more residents  will enjoy the fun of having a  little bit of competition in  growing your favourite flowers.  Beach Accesses:  Was delighted to read in  last week's paper that the  Highways Dept. has finally  agreed to erect signs indicating beach accesses.  There are many public accesses along the Redrooffs  Road. Most of them are  hidden from the public eye  and this was fine when there  were no other residents on the  upper side of the road requiring' access to the beach.  However, like everything else,  this situation has changed and  there are now more people  in residence all along the  highway and in the Welcome  Woods and other upper areas  who are entitled to use the  beaches. Most people are  aware of these access areas,  but a good guideline is that  wherever you see a fire  hydrant there is a public  access adjacent to this.  It would appear that the locations for the access signs  will be left up to the residents  who wish to have them  marked. So at this point it is  pillage of jJWpli  NOTICE  TO ELECTORS  The Court of Revision shall sit at the  Municipal Hall on October 1,1980 at  10:00 am. and shall hear all complaints and correct and revise the  list of electors. Names of electors  may be corrected, added if omitted,  struck off if not qualified and any  other manifest error may be corrected. The name of any person may  be added to the list if an application  on the appropriate form is received  at the Municipal Office by September 30, 1980.  . J.M.A. Shanks  Clerk-Treasurer  May Swanson (left) and Liz Toppan join hands to cut a cake in marking their birthday September 17.  May is 89 and Liz, 69. The cutting took place during a special luncheon held at the Royal Canadian  Legion. Gibsons, for visiting veterans from Shaughnessy Hospital, Vancouver. Looking on is Ladies  Auxiliary president Tillic Knowles and Legion president Al Pajack.  gives ample time for shopping  and a wee cup of tea. There  is also a grocery delivery  service for seniors who find  that they have too heavy a load  to carry home.  Film night this Thursday:  Don't forget that there will  be an evening of films on  Thursday, 25th September at  7:30 at the Welcome Beach  Hall. Now that Shogun is over  vou may be able to tear yourself away from the telly 1  up to you to write a letter to  vour Area Representative  requesting that such and such  an access be duly marked with  a sign. You should send these  requests to Mrs. Peggy  Connor, Area 'B' Representative, Sunshine Coast Regional District, Box 800,  Sechelt.  Finally, after many years of  complaining about the closing  off of beach areas we are  getting somewhere, so let's  not allow this opportunity to  pass us by and sit back hoping  that someone else will do this  for you. And do it soon in  order that you won't be  accused of waiting 'til the job  is   finished   and   told   that  "no further  action  can be  taken at this time".  Let's get on with it now  that we have the chance.  The Shoppers Bust  There are still many new  oeople moving into the area  who have been enquiring  about the shoppers bus, so  for their benefit I will give  details. The bus comes along  Redrooffs Road at around  10:30 a.m. every Thursday  from the Sechelt end of  the road and cuts back up on  to the highway at the Halmoon  Bay end. For 35* you are  dropped off at the Trail Bay  Mall and picked up for the  return journey at 1:45. This  FALL CRAFT CLASSES  The following classes will be offered in the coming weeks:  Monday:        HOBBY NIGHT DROP IN  This will include Knitting, Crochet,  or anii craft we can help with.  Tuesday:        STAIN GLASS a weeks)  Wednesday:   GLASS ETCHING a week)  Thursday:      SILK FLOWERS &     I  WICKER NATURALS(2-3weeks)  Registration for these classes is a must, as dates will not be  assigned until classes are filled. REGISTRATION FEE: $10.00  Other classes to be offered are:  WOODBURNING BEADING  SUNDAY CHRISTMAS CLASSES  MOMS'& CHILDRENS'  ^^^^1   SUNDAY XMAS CLASSES  Look for our demonstration and our "Make-it, Take it" table each  Saturday from 1:30 to 4:00 pm. in the Mall, starting Sept. 20th.  Driftwood  Crafts    &  Sunnycrest Mall  886-2525  RCA COLOR TV  ' x >��ifc # % * ���*; ���% # ^ ^ ^ ,  Gibsons Harbour Area  Greal Canadian and  British Paperbacks  886 7744  Palchtvorh.Pine  and olher Pleasures  CALICO  FABRICS  have arrived!  Good Selection  of Colours  11 a.m. - 4 p.m.  Bottom of School Rd.,  Gibsons Landing  886-8355  INDUSTRIAL FIRST AID  UPGRADING COURSE  will start  Sunday, Sept. 28th  at  Chatelech School, 9:00 am.  ��� Renew your "B" or "A" Certificate  in six Sundays  ��� This 30 hour course is only for  those holding valid certificates.  Instructor: Joan Clarkson, 885-5500  YOUR OLD COLOR TV GETUPTO  $120 OFF  Bring in your old color TV ��� regardless ot  Its age, condition or brand ��� and we'll give  you a big trade-in allowance towards the  ���     nisce^es9j  Here in person!  ROLF KNIGHT  Author of *  ALONG  THE NO. 20 LINE  Reminiscences of the Vancouver Waterfront  * Other Best Sellers include:  A Very Ordinary Life  A Man of Our Times  Indians at Work  Stump Ranch Chronicles  Saturday, Sept. 27th  from 12:30 pm. on  Also present with Mr. Knight  will be local residents  featured in the book.  * Coffee & Refreshments  will be served.  Ken Barker  Bill White  HDP   Bookstore  Gibsons Landing 886-7744  purchase of a selected brand-new RCA  remote control color TV. But hurry, because  this special offer is for a limited time only!  26" RCA ColorTrak remote  control consoles*. Traditional  or Colonial Styling . . . both  models feature:  ��� Infrared ColorTrak remote  control with on-screen time  and channel  ��� Automatic color control and  fleshtone correction  ��� Advanced XlendedLile  chassis  ��� Exclusive Detail Processor to  sharpen picture  ��� Super AccuFilter 100�� picture  tube  20" RCA ColorTrak remote  control table models.t Deluxe  simulated walnut finish Both  include all the ColorTrak  performance features listed  above, model FER498R also  includes Dual Dimension Sound  and up-top manual controls  RCA is making  television  better and better  J8C  ELECTRONICS  Trail Bav Centre  Sechelt  885-2568  ���MiMAMMMMM ^""MMMwiaaaaawiwHHBimMHan  Coast News, September 23, 1980  LUCKY DOLLAR fCCDS  OVERLOOKING BEAUTIFUL GIBSONS HARBOUR  California Red Emperor  GRAPES  California Canada #1  TOMATOES  lb.  28 oz. Basket, each  Choice Valencia  ORAHBES  690  69C  72's  lb.  29��  B.C. Local Canada #1 /?��A  R0CC0LI ������  , 45��  * ��� :  'B.C. Local ��ci* White Spine  CUCUMBERS  UU    eacl  Freshly Baked  raisin dread e,���Jl.i5  National Bakeries'  doz. *I.1I8  crusty rolls  White & Brown  Christies A|        m  montclalrs 4��g���51.��l5  Choc. Coated Grahams  KeHogg's asjm   AA  cornflahes 65sm*1.29  Lipton Orange Pekoe ^A  __  tea bags ,���J3.55  Ocean Spray  cranberry  cocktail ,u,i,rJ1.49  Puritan    Irish &Beei ^           _  stew 68��em '1.59  Bee Cee Creamed &��% AM  honey J2.39  Beef & Cheese Am  piffe  games burgers    2ks '3.59  Welch's Grape a*^*  lam jelly9���, 99��  Christies Premium Plus j*f*A  crachers ��8m 99��  (Salted or Unsalted)  Uncle Ben's Converted ^ _   _ -^  rlCB  908gm   * III V  Long Grain  Hellas' mm A  chocolate bars ,wgm 99��  York Unsweetened Pink j*j*A  grapefruit lulce ,110 99c  It's still pickling  time...   ,7     ��.    1  and 1/ you are Jne proud  possessor of a greenhouse or a garden or  1/ you have an eye for a bargain or a  ��� greenthwnbed and desperate friend who  just can't take anymore���then the  following recipes may prove to he of help  to you.  I came across a fascinating recipe*for dill  pickles the other day. To be quite honest  with you I haven't yet tasted them���I have  to wait another week andahalf���but they  smelted great before I sealed them. So...if  you feel adventurous and can find all the  ingredients try these:���  Herbed Dill Pickles  Take about 12 cucumbers, each about  five inches long, and put them in your  fridge foi twenty four hours.  Next day, in a bowl place the following  ingredients:���  4 sprays of dill (about 6" long)  2 grape leaves  4 leaves of basil  11" sprig tarragon  11" sprig rosemary  I sage leaf  4 cloves garlic  1/2 bay leaf, crumbled  1 dried chilli  4 crushed peppercorns  1/4 teaspoon caraway seeds  3/4 cup coarse salt  Add the cucumbers to this fascinating  mixture and cover with boiling water.  Leave to cool. Place in jars making sure  that the brine couers the cucumbers and  seal. Store away from light for at least two  weeks and keep in fridge once the jar is  opened.  If you feel less adventurous but are  inundc'."-1 "Jtth tomatoes why not make  your own  :  Chilli Sauce  1. Take aboul 8 tbs. of tomatoes and  remove their skins. Just pup each tomato  into boiling water and the skins will slipoff  easily. Cbop the tomatoes coarsely.  2. Peel 6 medium sized onions and chop  coarsely.  3. Prepare and chop up 3 green and3red  peppers.  4. Chop up 3 cups of celery.  5. // you like a little spice add I finely  chopped hot red pepper  6. Add 2 1/2 cups of sugar  2 tablespoons of salt  4 cups of white uinegar  7. Tie 1 tablespoon of whole clones  3 tablespoons whole allspice  in some muslin.  8. Bring all ingredients to the boil then  simmer for a couple of hours���or maybe  more until thc mixture reaches the desired  thickness. Remove the spice bag. Pour the  sauce into sterilized jars & seal.  If you have baby beets to spare try these  spicy little goodies.  Pickled Beets  4 quarts small beets  3 cups white vinegar  2 cups water  2 1/2 cups sugar  2 teaspoons whole allspice  1 teaspoon whole cloves  1 1/3 teaspoons salt  1. Prepare and cook the beets until just  tender ��� probably about twenty to thirty  minutes.  2. Drain them and pop them into cold  water immediately and slip off their skins  and trim them.  3. Place all the other ingredients in a  saucepan and boil for five minutes.  4. Add the beets.to the mixture and bring  back to the boil for one minute. Remove  from heat.  5. Use a skilled simon or food tongs to  l)lace the beets in sterilized jars then cover  with the hot liquid. Seal immediately.  Add a little spice to your life-  Happy pickling  Nest Lewis  (former Home  Economics teacher)  Better Buy  margarine  . 454 gm  51c  yogurts 2/$1.00  Palm  10  Asst'd Flavours  Mrs. Smith's  1V115. 3II1HII S g.   _      0-0-  pecan pie ,$1.99  Niagara mm*  orange lulce ^ 79c  uu III  III III  friendly seruice.  386-2257  Clean Joxe section  A father was examining his son's report card. "One thing is  definitely in your favor," he announced. "With this report card, you  couldn't possibly be cheating."  Fresh COHO  (Whole $^ft 59  or Half)  Ib.  SALMON  (Steaks) S/| 49  Ib.  $4'  Gibsons Fish  Market  eejTje^  xxx%-x\%xssx%%*  ALL SPORTS  MARINE  ITS  HUNTING  TIME!  Specials on  GUNS!  Come &  see Dick  -   886.9303  j  MMMMMMMiiiiiiiiiii  a**ttfaiiaftftiMaiittifiiitt&fi Coast News, September 23, 1980  HARVEST OF VALUES  PRICES EFFECTIVE  wed. - Sun.  sent. 20tn - 28th  rub A535 .��� $1.99  Oxydol or Bold  powdered  detergent ^JZM  spies span ^$1.79  liquid detergent   5**2.79  mr. clean 15Htre $2.79  SAVE '1.99  VANITY IVASTEBASKETS  by Rubbermaid  9'/4" diam. x 10" high.  Handsomely textured to enhance bedroom, bathroom or nursery. In four  tt?0"'    SPECIAL PURCHASE PRICE SU  WHISTLE KETTLES  by Northcralt  ��� Stainless steel with copper bottom  ��� 2 qt. size  Many people have asked us at one time or  other for these popular Kettles and this  week we've managed to get them in at a  grea,saving.    Reg,1.95   inmmmmmi   $7.95  Saue *4.oo  MUQS  Handsome mugs in earth colors.  Reg. '1.49  SPECIAL PURCHASE PRICE M.09   SAVE 30C  Open Fridays til 7 p.m.  Open Sundays & Holidays  10 a.m. - 5 p.m.  Maxwell House A  instant coffee ��gm '9.49  Coast Personal Size A  soap 3�� em '1.79  (4-Pack)  General Mills  presweetened  cereais 375-400 gm ^iiZO  Trix, Coco Puffs & Lucky Charms  chocolate chips ����� '1.79  Semi Sweet  Tang (Orange Flavour) ^       ���  drinh crystals ��<gJ1.99  Alcan Aluminum -. _    ,_ _    (   -  roil ..119^  Laundry Rinse 4.4*   mmm  fieecv 3 64 .it, $2.49  WHILE STOCK LASTS  "5 ONLV"  CORNINB WARE  COOHWare S8IS  At Last Year's Price '33.95  m  Budget Brand  SLICED  SIDE BACON 500 gm pkg  *1.W  Shoulder A m    mn  dopkbuttroastJI.M  Olympic  1st Meeting of  WOMEN IN  BUSINESS  Sept. 25   12-lpm  "Reservations Please"  886-9021  Olympic * 4    m_m  P0RKSA0SASE ...MM  Gov't Inspected Canada Grade H Beef  OUTSIDE ROUND or   BONELESS  m_m   mm��  RUMP ROAST  ,, $2.49  By Bill Edney  SHCP TALK  Thanks and No thanks  I wish to publicly thank all the many people who have approached  me with expressions of concern tor my wife, Joyce, and words of  comfort for me and my family.  I wish to thank those who have sent cards and flowers. I have to  especially thank 'Chattie' Bremner, a dear lady over 90 years of age,  who brings me flowers to take to Joyce. I cannot overlook 'Win'  Tyson, who has sent numerous bouquets from her garden with  letters containing thoughtful lines of prose and words of comfort.  My thanks to others who brought jars of jelly, baked goods, apple  sauce, and so forth.  We are not alone, in our days and months of sadness���for there  are those who have gone before us in their trials, and who know that  feeling of despair and helplessness. As a recently bereaved lady,  who came to visit Joyce, said, "I can't begin to thank all the people  who helped and supported us in our time of grief."  I want to thank my family, and our staff for taking on extra burdens  and responsibilities. They are just simply great! It hasn't been easy  for them during this busy summer. Certain of our trained staff have  left our employ, one to go to college, one to train as a nurse, one to  go back home to Eastern Canada, Keith, (our son) to take a meat  cutting course - and one to try outdoors work.  People take our place as we move on. This is a fact of life. Our job  is to see to it that those who come after will, as nearly as possible,  maintain the cheerful spirit of human kindness and service that our  store has been noted for. It's the people that set the tone of an  enterprise.  I vant to thank our customers who have remained loyal and  supt ortive even when things have been a bit hectic and service not  fully as we would like it to be.  i...iiiiuuuu.......,.���.��mtmi  WATCH - 'Community Perspective'  SUNDAY SHOPPING - CHANNEL 10  GIBSONS: Wed. Sept. 24      8:30 pm.  SECHELT: Thurs. Sept. 25      8:30 pm.  forty-five minutes with 'yours truly'  *��.������nnm.m.nnnn.i.m.HA  Bill 56 - Holiday Shopping Regulation Act  I have written a series of four articles in SHOP TALK on this  subject. I want to thank the many, many people who have shown  concern and offered to organize petitions in support of our efforts to  get permission to stay open, as now, on Sundays and Holidays.  Thanks, and No thanks! We have requested council to place this  matter before the electors, who must give their consent, before  council can pass a by-law permitting us to be open Sundays and  Holidays. I do not foresee council refusing to put this item before  the electorate. A petition, therefore, would be an unnecessary step.  We will, however, appreciate public support at the ballot boxes  when that time comes���presumably at the November Municipal  Elections.  No thanks, to those who write checks without enough money in  the bank to cover, at time of writing them! People, who are careless  and negligent in this department stand to lose not only their trust,  but their bank chequing privileges as well. The situation is getting  serious.  More on this subject next week!  RF\I WIN"   $50.00 GROCERY DRAW!  Otll GROCERY DRAW WINNER  Jean Sturdy  V  Mn. Jean Sturdy la dona  tine h*r wlnnlnga to ttw  Terry Foi Cancer Fund.  Sf  ^ >        At*  3. Return to Ken's Lucky Dollar ��k,  1. Cut out Ihis Coupon  2. Attach to your Sales Slip  DRAW TO BE MADE SUNDAY AT 5 p.m.  NAME ;        TEL NO....  POSTAL ADDRESS  There will be a fresh draw each week from now until the end of  1980, commemorating our 10th Anniversary!  We full  ith confidence. Our prices are uery comnetltlue.  ill not be undersold on these aduertlsed Items,  tiarantee euerythlng we sell to be satisfactory,  or money cheerfully refunded. Coast News, September 23  by Sandy l.ouin  Car) Hauka, one of thc employees at the Achievement Centre won firsl place at thc Powell River  I .ill lair with his hooked rug.  Hyperactivity - medical  or school problem?  by Frances Fleming  The hyperkinetic syndrome  is an extremely uncommon  disorder of childhood, afflicting perhaps one in 2,000. One  writer describes these children  as being driven by an inner  whirlwind, not just in school,  but constantly. Such a child is  always moving, climbing,  knocking over furniture, a  threat to himself and to others  around him. The child who  "acts out" in school, bul sits  quietly in front of television at  home, listens, and responds to  admonitions (or threats!) is not  a hyperkinetic child.  Hyperactivity is not a precise  medical term, as is hyperkinetic. It is a label for activity  on the pari of the child lhat  bothers the teacher and often  the parent and neighbours as  well, h is described on report  cards in diplomatic terms such  as: "...has a short attention  span; is easily distractible; is  impulsive, lacking self-control;  perseverates (which is not the  same as persevering)."  Our Western children are a  new breed. Well-nourished,  well-housed, brought up on  vitamins and balanced diets,  loved and cherished, we like to  sec them active. Just as it is  normal for children to be  active, it is normal for grandparents, parents and teachers  to wish the child would slow  down, be more passivcat times.  Studies among groups of  representative mothers found  that half regarded their children as "over-active". A study in  Iowa in 1968 showed that  teachers there at that time  believed that hall the boys and  one-third of the girls were  having problems associated  wilh too much activity.  'fo be successful in school a  child musi display Iwo things:  academic achievement and  compliant behaviour. The two  seem to go together. The child  who does not achieve often  becomes a behaviour problem.  Boys show more overall growlh  in early years, bin in every  function required by Ihe primary grades, girls seem to be  superior lo the boys develop-  mentally. Intelligence may nol  be as good an indicator of early  reading success as how the  child hears, sees, and coordinates perceptions into meaning.  Little girls seem lo be able to  hear differences in sounds  better, they remember and  retain things belter, and they  are able to visualize spatial  relations better. Little boys  suffer by comparison. They act  out. They have temper tantrums. They become thc neighbourhood terror. They are  often labelled "hyperactive".  Many children with sever  language problems are labelled  "hyperactive". They show some  of the symptoms of brain-  injured children- appear distractible. uninhabited, and  disorganized. These children  may be better at school than  they are al home, causing  severe anxiety, which adds to  their pressures and tensions.  The speech therapists are a  Ciod-send to these families.  The treatment of children  with behaviour problems with  medication is a practice still not  accepted by many psychologists, neurologists and pediatricians. To them, medication is  not a substitute for either  management or insight. In the  view of many child psychologists, periods of medication  should be brief, and should be  given with assistance to the  parent and teacher in child  management. It is wrong to  convert a social problem into a  medical one. The child who is  labelled hyperactive is not ill;  he is displaying nol even too  much activity, but the wrong  kind of activity, a kind that will  be detrimental to his success at  school.  The child who is subdued  and docile on drugs for all his  early years is learning nothing  about controlling his own  impulses and behaviour. When  medication is removed, it is  likely the individual will again  be in trouble, except that now  he is a big, strong person who  has never spent time building  controls lo cope wttii stress.  Bringing up any child is a  challenge. Bringing up a child  who is intelligent, inventive,  creative, mischievous, demand  ing is a most difficult task.  Once again, home and school  must work together with the  child, to channel his energies,  to help him to be successful,  leaching strategems must  stress human encounters, not  drill on teaching machines, not  hours spent slipping cards or  Hipping pages. This is the  greatest argument for small  classes in the elementary  schools, along with the warmest, best educated teachers  money can procure. Thc hyperactive child, who may well be  thc real leader of tomorrow,  needs a sustained relationship  with such an adult who must  provide an accepting, manageable, learning environment for  him and his classmates.  Next week: Why do I Have To  Take THAT?  The Sechelt Garden Club  flower show was as delightful  as always last week. 1 found my  favorite bright coral African  Daisy (which actually comes  from South America). This is a  difficult flower to catalogue as  there are many varieties; 1  know my favorite when I see it.  Most are subject to aphids and  mites and though I pay roughly  ten dollars per plant 1 keep  losing them. I have done this  several times only to watch  them expire and have become  understandably discouraged.  The flowers grow to four of five  inches across and come in  gorgeous pinks and oranges  and they arc among the loveliest flowers grown. I will try  again but if anyone has any tips  they would certainly be appreciated. African Daisies are long  lasting as cut flowers.  Also in the flower show were  several particularly gorgeous  lace type Hydrangeas. These  have very pale blue (almosl  white) outer petals and a cobalt  blue network of fine lace in the  centre. Brand new to me and  quite glorious. Any lips or  cuttings for those or where to  buy would certainly be appreciated. My garden is suddenly  incomplete without a lace  Hydrangea.  There were also lime green  Gladiolus which were stunningly unusual. 1 had some-  difficulty finding names to  associate with the prize winning plants so 1 was unable to  chat with any of the growers  but it was a marvelous flower  &(,  .xhibit wilh a lovely tea and the  members are to be no^jyaitu-  laled.  For many coast gardeners  this has been a green tomato  year. There just wasn't light  enough for most tomatoes to  ripen (the culprit again those  200 missing hours of sunshine).  There is a new gadget on the  market. It is a plastic bowl-type  fruit ripener with holes in it to  allow for the circulation of air.  It is put out by the California  Tree Fruil Agreement, Box  255383, Sacramento, California, 95825.  Don't know Ihe price. BUI if  you are trying to ripen tomatoes on your own on a wipdow  will in the sun you are making  an error, They will get loo  much direct heat during Ihe day  and too much chill at night.  They are being alternately  cooked and chilled and an)  little potential rot spots will  blossom. Rather place then) on  a grill or a 21>'; do/en egg holder,  perforated, where they will gel  light und no direct heal or  sunlight. Turn them often and  look oul for thc besl recipe for  green tomato relish. This year  coaslal production of green  tomato relish ought to exceed  any previous record.  While out at Porpoise Bay I  peeked into the lovely container garden belonging to Steve  Carroll and Crystal Gchring.  They have thc best looking  tomatoes on the coast some of  them almost red.  Better start thinking aboul  plunking in those spring flowering bulbs.  Happy Gardening!  Van Hulligen  'Construction  General Contractors  Custom Homes Commercial  Renovations Buildings  Box 1952, Sechelt 886*2012  WINTER'S  JUST AROUND  THE CORNER  And along with it, the home heating season.  This year enjoy a snugger home  and lower fuel bills with new insulation.  ��� Blown In side-wall Insulation  ��� Fiberglass bats tor attics  ��� Loose Insulation (III  ��� Free estimates  ��� Weather stripping  Gov't. Chip Grant available All homes built prior 1961  Coast insulation Co.  886-9297  v// Qrand Clearance  SALE  1 /3 OFF Selected Sweaters,  Pant Suits & Sportswear  ALL GIFTWARE HALF PRICE  Glasses, Trays, Crystal, Cheese Boards  Ornaments, Cerunucs, Sterling Silver Charms  Dresses at 25% OFF  50% OFF Linen & Cotton  Summer Dresses  and Sportswear.  DUFFLE COATS  & JACKETS  Beautiful  VELOURS, SUEDES  & CHENILLES  ^^j  The First Canadian Bank  Bank of Montreal  Sechelt    885-2221  Effective Oct. 1st, 1980  We are  OPEN LONGER HOURS  Mon. - Thurs.10 a.m. - 5 p.m.  Fri. 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.  To meet your needs  we offer  a complete range  of banking services  Helen's Fashion Shoppe  Lower Gibsons, 886-9941  ��� Multi-Branch Banking  ��� Daily Interest Accounts  ��� Term Investments  ��� Travel Services  ��� Safety Deposit Boxes  ��� RRSP's  ��� Night Depository Wallets  ��� Personal Loans  ��� Business Loans  ��� Master Card  ��� Gold Card  ��� Senior Plans  ��� Mortgage Loans  ��� Full Service Package  FALL CLEARANCE  Last of the 1980 Boats, Motors & Trailers  Marine Accessories & Tackle  SAUE - SAUE - SAUE  SANGSTER BOATS  L only 16'3" Runabout c/w camper top     List       $7,420.  and 50 HP Johnson Clearance   $C 105  1 only 16'3" Runabout c/w camper top     List       $8,420.  and 85 HP Johnson Clearance   J^ 1QE  ALUMINUM BOATS  & JOHNSON MOTOR  PACKAGE  1 only       Mirrocraft  Topper & 7'/2 HP  1 only       Mirrocraft 14' deep  fisherman & 9.9 HP  2 only       Springbok  12'3 & 7>/2 HP  3 only      Smokercraft  12' & 7'/2 HP  PIONEER      7' & 8' dinghies  EZ Loader - Trailer  cartop model galvanized       B  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Anchor winders - Power winch $349. *Z79.80  Scotty downrigger depthmaster $99. * 84.50  Luhr Jensen downrigger depthmaster $99. * 84.50  Little Chief Smoker $75. $59.98  ��� FIRE EQUIPMENT ��� ANTI-FOULING PAINT  ��� FIBREGLASS RESIN  WATER SKIS TACKLE SPECIALS  Daiwa spin reels ��� Silver series  Maxima line "one shot" specials  3" Buzz bombs *jrg9  Rick's fluttertails'1,59  List  $1,740.  Clearance  $1,499.  $2,480.  $1,999.  $1,810.  $1,599.  $1,839.  $1,549.  $409.  $299.  $535.  $429.  REDUCED TO CLEAR  Gibb's dimple chrome dodgers  #1$4.29       #3 $3.39  10' Daiwa mooching rod PB90 $24.99  LAWNBOVS15-29% OFF  ���J       Gibsons  Sunnycrest  Mall  886-8020  Sechelt  Cowrie St.,  885-2512  ���fc*MM  iM*ftM**  iMfeabfifefekftfeM In Christ's Service  Ecumenicism broader than Christianity  Everyone needs trees  Coast News, September 23, 1980  11  by ttev. George W. Inglis  The ecumenical ambitions of  the world churches today are  very much like a carpenter's  gluepot which has been left  unattended for a long time - it is  going to take a lot of warming  and softening before the diversity of opinion within Christians and Christian commu-,  nions is going to become  pliable enough to discuss the  true unity among believers,  which Christ intended.  There are world-wide groups,  notably the World Council of  Churches, which are working  thoughtfully on the subject of  ecumenicity, and many papers  and reports have been written  on the subject, out of discussions in the "Faith and  Order" committee of the council.  It may be observed, however,  that while the reports and  documents and reports have  indicated an understanding for  the desirability of true ecumenicity, they have been  unable to arrive at a workable  solution for world ecumenicity.  Conceivably, this failure to  arrive at an amiable solution  stems from the fact that "faith"  in this instance represents  doctrine, and "order" means  church organization or policy.'  To the church historian or  theologian, faith and order  have been recorded as the  shoals upon which the Christian church has floundered and  wallowed in controversy for  2,000 years.  When the church began to  use the word, which comes  from the Greek word oikou-  mene (the whole inhabited  world), there was only one  denomination, and when the  bishops from the whole inhabited world gathered in  conference it was appropriate  to name the council an ecumenical council.  When the schism between  the Greek or Eastern Orthodox  and the Roman church came  along, they began to dispute  over whose councils were truly  ecumenical.  ap^mmg  Atwwutwit  Haugen  We wish to thank sincerely everyone for the  kind expression of sympathy received since the  loss of our dearest son  Billy.  Special thanks to Pastor  Nancy Dykes and Dr. &  Mrs. Mountain.  Ttauur 8k/tm Hum,  Following the Protestant  Reformation of the 16th Century, the word ecumenical  rather fell out of use, remaining  the property of the Orthodox  and Roman churches, and  applying to the councils which  brought together the officials  from either one or the other  church.  The date usually given to  modern ecumenical movement  is 1910, when the multideno-  minational conference the  Edinburg Missionary Conference met, with its central theme  focussed on "mission".  Delegates to this conference,  most of them working missionaries, realized only too well in  their, own experience, the  difficulty of remaining frozen  and inelastic in denominational  differences, while at the same  time trying to teach people of  diverse cultures and beliefs that  Christ came to the world to  unite mankind in salvation.  In many areas the missionaries were practicing true  ecumenism, acknowledging  and honoring their fellow-  missionaries denominational  beliefs and church polity, while  the theologians labored on a  program to unite the world's  churches on common ground.  The reason there have been  so few gains made in achieving  true ecumenicity through the  World Council of Churches -  the body which was formed in  1948 to try to pull together a  war-torn world and carry on  the work started by the missionaries - has rested on  doctrine.  At first the Orthodox and  Roman churches and a large  part of the evangelical sects,  movements, churches and  wings of mainline churches  with charismatic leanings,  remained out of the world  council:  Today, the Eastern Orthodox church has entered the  world body, and the Roman  church has engaged in limited  capacity, while the evangelicals  have remained widely split on  the council's viability and  authority for existence.  The problem which faces  churchmen and women who  are seriously engaged in the  church councils remains, as it  has done for centuries - how to  come up with a workable  formula which will permit  denominations to stand firmly  on their own doctrines and  creeds, and still honor and  respect those of their fellow-  Christians.  This problem is compounded by the fact that the very  word "ecumenicism" has developed even yet another  meaning   at   the  grass-roots  ROMAN CATHOLIC  SERVICES  Rev. Angelo De Pompa,  Parish Pricsi  Times of Masses  Saturday, 5:00 p.m.  St. Mary's. Gibsons    .  Saturday 7:30 p.m.  Pender Harbour  June 28th to Sept 7th inclusive  Regular Sunday Masses  9.00 a.m. OurLadyofLourdes  Church, Sechelt  Indian Reserve  10:00 a.m. Holy Family  Church, Sechelt  12:00 noon St. Mary's Church,|  Gibsons  Confessions before Mass  Phone: 885-9526 or 885-5201  SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST  CHURCH  Sabbath School Sat.. 10 a.m.  Hour of Worship Sat.. 11 a.m.  St. John's United Church  Davis Bay  Paslor C. Drieberg  Everyone Welcome  For information phone:  885-9750 or 883-2736  Calvary Baptist Church  Park Rd. Gibsons.  Pastor Harold Andrews  Res.   886-9163   Church  Church 886-2611  Sunday School 9:30 am.  Morning Service 11 am.  Gospel Service 7 pm.  Prayer & Bible Study  Thursday 7 pm.  GLAD TIDINGS  TABERNACLE  Gower Point Road  Phone 886-2660  Sunday School - 9:45 a.m.  Worship Service - 11:00 a.m.  Evening Fellowship 6 p.m.  Bible Sludy - Wed. 7:30 p.m.  Pastor Nancy Dykes  UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  SUNDAY MORNING  WORSHIP SERVICES  ST. JOHNS  - al Davis Bay 9:30 a.m.  GIBSONS  - Glassford Rd, l|:|5 a.m.  SUNDAY SCHOOL, 9:30a.n  Pastor  The Rev. George W. Inglis,  B. Th.  PHONE 886-2333  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  CHURCH  Cedar Grove School on Chaster Rd.  Sunday v:45  Morning Worship 11:00  Evening Fellowship 7:00  Home Bible Study  Call Pastor Ted Boodle  816-7107 or 886-9482  Affiliated with Ihe  Pentecostal Assemblies of  Canada  i\ Church Services  level, and among bodies of  believers who lay exclusive  claims to the truth, and hold all  others as being non-believers.  The ecumenical movement  today seems to be understood  by many simple and dedicated  Christians as a movement in  which all doctrines and polity  are thrown out and worshippers meet together in a vacuum  of belief, using methods of  worship that have no form or  ritual, but appear to have  suspicious signs of evangelical  or pentecostal genesis.  This may appear to be a  solution to ecumenicity, but it  is historically doomed to  failure, since the history of the  Christian church has been one  of diverse opinions, knit together groups by a common belief  in doctrines and polity.  Therefore, these quasi-ecumenical groups which attempt  to throw out doctrine and  polity Would appear to be  simply taking a detour around  a sticky mud-hole, only to And  they have to make some  decisions on their course of  action on the other side.  In fact, it is historically  recorded that many radical  sects which have attempted to  do this, in all faith, have wound  up by being one-generation  sects.  The long-term solution,  which is biblically supported, is  to come together in fellowship  and love.  The manner of achieving this  is to accept and honor the other  person's beliefs.  And this would surely point  to ecumenicism being much  broader than simply the Christian faith.  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V6Z1Y3  B C Hydro provides the energy  needs for mosl of Ihe province of  British Columbia Predicting future  energy requirements is a complex  business calling for load forecasting, long range planning and  the completion of major projects  as required.  This booklet is an outline of the .  1980 plan for the 10-year period to  1990, illustrating what energy  sources are being studied and how  projects are expected to be  financed If you'd like to know more  about the future generation of  energy in British Columbia, perhaps  you'd like to read it  Just clip the coupon and a copy  of ENERGY BLUEPRINT 1980 will  be sent to you  ��  B.C.HYDRO  I l  i:j ���. 12  Coast News, September 23, 1980  Strikes and spares  by Bad Malcuter  Bonnie McConnell was the  class of the Classic League  last week rolling games of 329-  322 for a four game total of  1049. Frank Redshaw bowled  four nice games with a high  single of 289 and a four game  total of 1024. Frank Frizzell  had the highest single with  338, Gwen McConnell a 318  single and 974 total, Jeff  Mulcaster a 304 single and 974  total, Ralph Roth, 282 and 928  and Freeman Reynolds 281  and 951.  Nora Solinsky bowled well  last week with a 308 single and  an 841 triple in the Tues.  Coffee League and 302 and  742 sparing in the Slough-Off  League. In the Wedn. Coffee,  Debbie Ball rolled a 312 single  to round out the week.  Other scores -  Tues. Coffee:  Margaret Buchanan  Lee Larsen  The season gol of lo a good start for the (iibsons Rugby dub in the solid colours. The) won  Saturday afternoon's game handily by beating The Vancouver Rowing Club 14 to 4.  Marge Iverson  Swingers:  Alice Smith  Lew Hornett  Art Smith  Gibsons 'A':  Mavis Stanley  Dawn Stevens  Harold Allen  George Langsford  Andy Spence  220-622  236-626  278-702  268-672  213-552  208-559  273-676  276-698  284-681  252-697  265-712  Jim McQueen  Wed. 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Also  ask  us  about our aluminum and vinyl siding, and  installations.  PERMASEAL  Aluminum Mfg. Ltd.  Airport Rd., Sechelt 885-3538  Coaches and parents  of curlers to meet  Ihe (iibsons Legion Peewee Hockey team were given a pre-season boost last week when they were  presented with medals for bringing home last year's league cup.  The Gibsons Winter Club  will be the scene of a new  "twist" in junior curling this  week. An informal evening is  planned to provide an opportunity for any interested  parents or guardians of  junior curlers to meet with  the coaches and instructors  and obtain information about  the curling program available  to kids in our area.  The meeting will be held  Wednesday,  September  24,  from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the  Gibsons Winter Club. If you  wish to register a junior curler  and have not yet done so, this  will be an excellent opportunity.  Coast Men's Hockey  gets underway again  After a most successful  renewal of men's hockey last  season, the SCMHL will  begin its tryouts this week in  organizational practices for  the four-team league.  Lasl year the emphasis  turned to offense and very  little contact, with plenty of  fast-paced and high-scoring  games being the rule.  The gang from Roberts  Creek turned a mediocre  season into championship,  defeating thc league champion Cozy Court Bruins in an  exciting final last season.  Both teams will be bolstering  their lineups and will be  looking over their shoulders  for the Gibsons Hockey Club,  still as yet unsponsored.  Last year's Anderson A's,  made up primarily of Sechelt-  bascd players, will undoubtedly be stronger and certainly  in contention for thc "Radym-  ski Senior Trophy".  This year will see an interlocking schedule between thc  SCMHL and thc four team  Squamish Men's League  learns,   with   teams   playing  four home games and four  Kames away with teams from  the other league; all games  counting in points and standings.  It is expected that the  league champs from each  league will play for a "Challenge Trophy" at the end of  the season, as the Creek did  this past season, travelling to  Squamish to play "The  Floormen" from that league.  With many new players on  the Sunshine Coast, the  hockey certainly is expected  to improve.  Organizational Practices  Wed. Sept. 24th:  7:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Gibsons  8:15   p.m.-9:15   p.m.   Cozy  Court Bruins  Thurs. Sept. 25th:  7:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Roberts  Creek  8:15 p,m.-9:15 p.m. Sechelt  Sat. Sept. 27th:  8:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. Cozy  Court  9:15 p.m, -10:15 p.m. Gibsons  Sun. Sept. 28th:  6:45-7:45 p.m. Sechelt  7:45-8:45 p.m. Roberts Creek  I saswagwgasjB)  :5HWMWWMMWS3WHWe:  !!���! 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It  looks like Ken is a prime  candidate for the most im-  Last    Saturday    the    1st  tournament   for   the   newly  donated McKenzie Low Net ��� ���    i      ���   *.             *    ��� j      ���*       , ..  ABBreeate was olaved ,.nH��, Jolned UP ln ^somes to play oroved  golfer  of the  year  Stlita TheT-"^r TV���!; h0T-To re,duc���e hlhrt  ��� The team of Brian Leckie and cap from a steady 20 to 16  Ian McKenzie scored a total of is quite a feat to accomplish  37 points to lead the pack, in a few months. Sorry the  Gordon Dixon and Tony notes on this annual tour-  Burton garnered 36 points for nament ate not available but  2nd. more results will be reported  In   the   Director's   Tour- at a later date.  Geo. and Dody Grant shot a  steady game for 18 holes to  take the low net aggregate  trophy with a low 135. Glenna  and Cliff Salahub took the  runner-up spot with a 136.  Third place went to Vera and  Jim Munro with a net of 138.  The tournament was successful in every way. Some 35  couples (man and wife) competed for many prizes and it  appears that this tournament  will take its place as one of the  events to look forward to next  vear.  On Tuesday, Ladies Day,  the ladies played an 18 hole  count putt tournament. Dody  Grant and Mary Horn tied for  1st place with 33 putts each.  Olive Shaw placed third with  35 putts. In the nine hole  Wanderers  lose again  Wanderers travelled to Vancouver last Saturday and  received their second loss of  the season to a physical  Eldorado side.  Wanderers have a chance to  turn things around next week  against Astor Hotel Rams in  the first of four home games,  Sunday. September 28.  Game time 2 p.m. Elphinstone High School or Langdale  weather permitting.  On the Rocked*  Coast News, September 23, 1980  13  (D\ SUNSHINE  \y KITCHENS  FINE CABINETS  886-9411  Gibsons.  NDP  *oO*s'o.  Gibsons Harbcui Atu.i  Greal Canadian and  Bnt'Sh Paperbacks  ���   886 7744  j|C **z jjc 3^ sjz z*\ jjc *_> y^ ^c jK Tfm **jZ *fC <  32Q2SS  by Verda Schneider  What Beautiful Ice I  Just up watching the Greenspiel and saw lots of new faces  and happy curlers busily  trying out the fresh ice.  Will give you the lowdown  on the winners next week.  Remember the Clinic for all  curlers will be on this coming  week, September 22 to September 26 inclusive. If you  are interested in learning or  watching be sure to stop in at  the Gibsons Winter Club any  time.  League curling starts September 29.  Watch our new signs for  future events.  Good Curling I  Members of the winning Gelinas rink watch as their opponents guide a rock down the ice. The Green  Speil, held at the (iibsons Winter Club on Saturday evening opened another curling season.  Schedule for  Scouts  Men's volleyball  by Jay Pomfret  sidered open to a 15 minute  argument that usually ended  up as a re-serve.  Well, what I believe to be  one   of   the   best  In previous years volleyball  has grown to become one of  the   most   actively   played perhaps  winter sports our communities opportunities ever presented  have offered. for a winter sport may just  Many of us may remember happen this year,  the   great   9-a-side    mixed As most volleyball enthu-  games played weekly at the siasts know the Elphinstone  Elphie Gym. You remember girls teams have won much  the games where if you spiked recognition throughout B.C. in  a ball over 15 mph you were the past decade. Team coach  About 25 parents attended  the first meeting of the Group  Committee of Gibsons Scouts  on Wednesday, September 17.  The first project is a Cleanup Party at the Scout Hall on  Saturday, September 27. All  Barents (of Beavers, Cubs,  Scouts and Venturers) please  come - your boys will really  appreciate your efforts. Bring  vour own mops and brooms!  Does any organization have  some chairs and tables for  sale? (Cheap I) - Contact  Lutz Budde on 886-2931.  Remember the Bottle Drive  on October 18; watch this  oaper for further details.  We hope for your support in  considered a murderer and  if you used the net as a  ladder  it  was  always  con-  1  MINOR HOCKEY  NEEDS  Referees  you like exercise, enjoy kids  and are interested in furthering  the development of Minor  Hockey,  Please contact Dave Macdonald at  885-5888 or 885-5495.  Roger Douglas has offered his  girls to put on a clinic to show  the game's basics to anyone  interested.  Along with Roger's offer,  another local volleyball expert, Bob Cotter, is promoting  a complete course on the  instruction of teaching volleyball this fall on Tuesday nights  through the continuing education classes.  All in all there is definitely  no shortage of opportunity to  learn the game properly.  Under proper supervision I  believe we could have a very  enjoyable competitive league.  A meeting will be held at  the Elphie Gym September  29th at 8:00 p.m. for all  interested. The gym has been  pre-empted for weekly meetings throughout the winter on  Monday nights.  So come on out. I'm sure it  could be a lot of fun.  *A<ft, dfi Standards ft Brackets  ^U��� for Shelving  Hjjf  PECAN LAMTEX SHELVING  Prellnlshed Woodgraln Finish  10"x 36"  12"x 36"  10" x 48"  12" x 48"  10" x 60"  12" x60"  ���4.55  '5.25  ���5.89  ���6.55  ���7.25  ���7.95  UOtOEl  WASCANA SHELVING  Jw*��i M MtMMl m MMk �� pm ,am  12"x36" 1" 16"x36" 2"  12"x 48" 2" 16"x 48" 2"  12"x60" 2" 16"x60" 3��  12"x 72" I" 16"x 72" j"  12"x 96" 3M I6"x 96" 511  688-6814  GIBSONS  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  "For Mi vour Building Hoods"  sunshine coast Hwy.  i. o.c.  4^d��HiBED  888-8141  our fund-raising efforts this  vear, so we can send a Gibsons contingent to the Jamboree at Banff in the Spring.  Meeting times at the Scout  Hall -  Beavers will be notified by  the leader  Scouts commence Thursday  September  25  at  7 p.m.  sharp  Cubs   start   on   Tuesday,  September 30,  6  to  7:30  a.m.  Venturers - Bub Norris will  contact you.  Most Important - the Group  Committee meets on the 2nd  Wednesday of each month at  8 p.m.  Used Furniture  and What Have You  AL'S USED  FURNITURE  886-2812  l#11u toy>tr 1ml  NEW HOURS  Breakfast: 8:00 am. ��� 11:00 am.  Lunch: 11:00 am. -2 00 pm  Dinner: 6.00 pm. -10.00 pm.  except Sundays: 5.00 pm. - lo.oo pm  Relax In our Smuggler's Lounge  Luxury Accommodation  Licensed Dining Lounge  Reservation?  Full Marina FadlU^f.  Marine Pub  sservations Please    PRvTV ���m���������^  mwmm I Van. Direct  685-5888      R.R. ��1, Halfmoon Bay        684-3541  8  I  I  y  8  \  y  s  y  y  i  R.R. #1, Halfmoon Bay  ct      fij  w  The Elphinstone girls in the black uniforms won Saturday's  Senior Girls Volleyball Tournament by beating North Burnaby  High, 15 - 11, 13 - 15, 15 - 4 in the final series.  ,or120Pa9esO' a(aiogue^h  Be Wise  WINTERIZE  Complete engine overhauls]  inboard & outboard  Storage available  Have U Checked  Your Bottom  Lately?  Why wait till the  C0H0 MARINA  Madeira Park -fe  883-2248  jUtfMB 14  r  Coast News, September 23, 1980  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIED ADS  Obituaries      Announcements I     uuestoch  Hogberg, passed away September 14/80,Josephina Johanna  Hogberg, late of Gibsons, in her  84th year. Survived by one son  Eric, Granthams Landing, one  daughter Ivy Davey, Richmond,  five grandchildren, one brother  Josef, Gibsons and family in  Finland. Funeral service was held  Wednesday, September 17th in  the Chapel of Devlin Funeral  Home, Gibsons. Pastor Harold  Andrews officiated. Cremation.  O'Brien, Richard, passed away  suddenly on Friday, August 29th,  1980. Born in Vancouver on 23rd  of December, 1938. Survived  ' bv his loving wife Helen, one son,  Patrick of Port McNeill, two  daughters, Wendy of Victoria and  Sheila at home. Also his mother,  Trudie O'Brien of Port McNeill,  two sisters, Alice Gerela of  Campbell River and Patricia of  Vancouver, one brother, Christopher of Powell River.  Alley, Robert Lewis, 30, received  fatal injuries August 3, 1980 at  a sawmill where he worked in  Surrey, B.C., Canada. He was  born in Pendleton, Oregon,  December 21,1949.  He is survived by his mother  Catherine Alley, Mission, B.C.,  Canada, his twin sister Bonnie  Alley Lilley, North Vancouver,  B.C., Canada, Nadine Branaman  Rutten, Monterey Park, Calif.,  Marline Branaman Hafner, Gin-  ton, Wn., Kathy Alley Tuppert,  Gibsons, B.C., Canada and seven  nephews and nieces.  Personal  Transcendental Meditation  program (TM) as taught by  Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.  Personal and private instruction. 886-7988.     .    .    .    tfe  PENINSULA  NENNELS  Boarding & Grooming  t**��****** #���  ^   Under  Vb *���  Management  ���* ��*����*��***���  ' Indoor t Outdoor Kennels  ' Dogs walked twice daily  ' Bathing i grooming (or cats  ' Dog grooming & clipping  ' Flea baths tor dogs I cats  m  SPCA  7%^w-  Kittens & Puppies  /  On Display for Adoption  used Road. Gibsons  888-7713  Bonniebrook Stables will be open  weekends only during Sept. and  Oct. 886-2887 or 886-9409 for  reservations. TFN  Good Hay no rain S2. Clean  straw $2. Spoiled hay for mulch  SI. Phone eves. 885-9357       #40  Wanted: Male Goat for breeding  ourposes. Also goat's milk.  Phone before noon 886-7871   #38  Help wanted  BREAKFAST COOK required  immediately. 885-2232 #38  Required immediately permanent  part time night Janitor. Please  apply to Jolly Roger Inn, R.R.#1  Halfmoon Bay. #39  Experienced Shake Block Cutter.  Good pay & home every day.  Prefer to have own tools but not a  necessity. 886-8397 or 886-2641.  #39  Part-time short order cook required. Apply in person. Royal  Canadian Legion 109 Gibsons. #38  Alcoholics Anonymous H86-9208  T.F.N.  Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings*  each Wednesday in St. Andrews  Church, Madeira Pk. 8:30 p.m.  883-9978 TFN  Rangeet? You are East Indian,  vou said. We rode same West  Van bus - Horseshoe Bay to  P.O. at Georgia St., dn. twn. Van.  Sat. Aug. 26 approi. 3-4 p.m. You  carried two bags, wore sunglasses, blue jeans and were probably coming from Gibsons..  We spoke as we walked to  transfer bus. You took #55-12th  eipress on Pender. You are to  study Art, said you were not yet  settled in Van., said you are still  transient Gibsons, Van., Victoria.  Staying with friends in Burnaby. I  wish to speak with you more or  correspond. If you see this ad,  olease contact me. If Rangeet's  friends see it, please contact her,  George Chisholm, #4, 168 E. 27th  Ave., Van., B.C. #38  BANISH CORNS, CALLOUSES  Carnation Com Caps, a highly  effective, medicated pad, results  guaranteed. England's largest  selling remedy for over a century.  Nowl Available in Canada!  Why suffer? One trial will convince youi Corn Caps or Callous'  Caps. Available at Pacifica  Pharmacy. #38  Announcements  The Ladies Auxiliary to Sechelt  Legion are holding their Fall  Bazaar on Saturday, September  27th from 2 to 4 p.m. in the legion  hall. Everyone welcome.        #38  Thank you to Dr. Berlin and the  staff at St. Mary's for their kind  care of our mother during her  illness.     Eric and Ruth Hogberg  DANCE students, teachers and  others requiring information on  Tap, Ballet, Aero, Modern and  Spanish Dance. Please phone  886-2827 between 10:30 and 12:30  and 1:00 p.m. and 3:30 Monday to  Friday. TFN  XI   LEONARD SEIGO  If]    & SON LTD.  ^j^,    wish to announce a  CHANGE IN  BUSINESS HOURS  effective immediately  NEW HOURS: Monday ��� Friday  9 am. ��� 5 pm.  CLOSED: Sat. and Sun.  885-5851  wanted  CASH FOR LOBS  tod Prices  Free Estimates  D & 0 LOG SORTING  LTD.  886-789G    886-7700  Wanted to Buy: Logs or Timber.  Fir, Hemlock, Cedar ��� Porpoise-  Bay Logging Ltd.. 885-9408 or-  885-2032. T.F.N.  Small enamel kitchen garbage  burner 11 "-16". Phone 886-2009  #40  The  Madeira Park  Volunteer  Fire Dept.  is in need of Volunteer  Firemen. Applicants  must be 19 or over, in  good health, live or  work in Fire Protection  Area, willing to attend  66% of practices. Initial  10 week orientation  program to start mid-  October. For application forms or further  information please  phone Bill at 883-2637  after 6 pm.  CLASSIFIED NOTE  Drop   c  Class!  Family  If  your  ��� ed   at  Shoes  Coa  Can  Sec  1  News  pbell's  hell,   or  Cenlre  Park  H^rdvt  are.  Madeira  Gibsons Legion Branch *109  h Presents Jj  RAINTREE  Fri. & Sat.  Sept. 26 & 27  Members & Guests Only  LUNCHES AVAILABLE  18" Cedar shake blocks. We pay  the best prices for good wood. Also  custom cut your blocks. 886-9856.  TFN-  "OTder furniture,' china, etc., bought"  or sold on consignment. Harbour  Antiques, 1585 Marine Dr., Gib-'  sons. '886-7800'''" '" T.F.N.  HELP WANTED  LIFEGUARD  Must have a current  bronze cross.  Permanent Part- time.  Age 19 and over.  Apply  Pender Harbour  Aquatic Centre  Box 361,  Madeira Park  V0N2H0   883-2667  N  Part time cleaning person required. Telephone 883-2248    #40  Part-time door security person  required. Apply in person to  Royal Canadian Legion Branch  10? Gibsons.       ..   . , #38  YOSHI'S. Part-time help wanted.  Apply between 5 & 6 p.m.  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre. #38  Mature older man for permanent  Dart-time security officer. Must  be bondable, in good health and  have own transportation. Ph.  885-2122 #40  Wanted to Rent  motorcycles  1979 RM 125 Suzuki excellent  condition. 886-2497 after 6     #38  1978   750   Honda   Supersport.  Asking $1650. Ph. 885-9046    #38  1970 Honda 350.   15,000  mis.  $550 OBO. Ph. 886-9977 #40  mobile Homes  Bonniebrook Resort  2 choice mobile home sites  available. Near waterfront. 886-  2887. tfn  SUNSHINE COAST  TRAILER PARK  Hwy 101. Gibsons       886-9826  USED HOMES  NOW ON DISPLAY  1975 Neonex 3 B.R. Fr. &  Stove. Set up on lot. '14.900  1972 ��� 12'x48' Lamplighter  1 B.R. Fr. & Stove '12,500  1974' 12'x60' Kentwood  2 B.R. Fr. & Stove H3.500  1968 - 12'x60' Commodore  2 B.R. Fr. & Stove >11,000  1974 ��� 12x68" Monarch  3 B.R. S&rttjl�� Room  Fr. & StovepWasher & Dryer  '14,900  Coast mobile  Homes Ltd.  GOOD  SELECTION OF  DOUBLE WIDES  Ufa take trades  or  Consign your Mobile  Home to us for  Qulch Sale  WHARF ST.   SECHELT  885-9979       mdl 6393  1970, 12x60 plus 600 sq. ft.  addition and skirting and sundeck  $18,000,886-7116 #40  MUSIC  Almost   new   Bundy   Alto   Sax  $250. Call 886-9658 #40  Required in the Gibsons/Sechelt  area by mature working couple a  residence to caretake for the  winter season, will exchange rent  for work on property and/or  money. Please phone 886-9194  after6p.m. #38  Teacher, nurse & 2 small children  require accommodation Gibsons/  Sechelt area. Please call collect  521-6569 #38  Couple wants one or two bedroom  house or cottage in Pender  Harbour area. Prefer on water or  private close to water. Good clean  tenant. Ref. avail. Call collect  687-8779 #38  Quiet responsible couple w/small  spayed dog wants to rent house in  Gibsons vicinity. Will do yard  work and upkeep. Contact Dwight  or Teresa at Irwin Motel, Gibsons  #39  Reliable local couple require  house or cottage for Oct. 1  Roberts Creek to Halfmoon Bay  area. Refs. available. Phone eves.  885-2969 #38  Professional man needs cottage  tvpc housing. Please call 885-  .1671 or 112-988-5101 #40  Pensioner widow and employed  daughter require accommodation  in Gibsons area. 886-2169 or 886-  9145 #38  Couple  looking  for  year-round  accom. 2 bdrm. Ref. avail. Ph.  Wk: 886-2922 or 886-2746 evens.  #40  motorcycles  79 Yamaha 650 special excellent  condition, low mileage $2700  OBO. 886-7606 after 4 p.m.     #38  79 Honda CX500 custom, like  new. $2550 OBO. 886-2884     #38  77 BMW 1000 cc, fairing,  saddle bags, AM/FM cassette,  cig. lighter. Offers. 885-9345 or  885-5407 #38  nHM�����..mniT  Handmade  Guitar  For Sale  886-7442  HIUTI  MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS  Guitars, amplifiers, music books.  Horizon Music   tfn  885-3117  Motiki  MUSIC  LESSONS  YOU ENJOY  886-9030  essie  ison  Piano & Organ  Begin at age 4 and older  I6I4 Marine Drive, Gibsons  BALLROOM DANCING  Starts in Chatelech, Gym Mczz.  on Oct. 1, Wednesday at 8 p.m.  Instructors: Vera & Ed Lowe.  Fee $30 per couple. Continuing  Education, 885-3512 #39  Campers & RV's  Used Campers (for import pickups),excellent condition. Priced  for quick sale. La Caravanna,  7 days a week. 885-9626.       TFN  1979 31' Travel Trailer, Golden  Falcon, exc. cond., tandem  wheels, stove, 2-way fridge, hot  water, shower, sleeps 6, on  rented pad in Roberts Creek  with 8x16' porch. $10,000. 885-  3432 eves. #38  For Rent  2 bedr. house in Gibsons. Furn.  or unfurn. Auto washer, dryer  & dishwasher. No pets, no  children. Avail. Nov. 1 for  6 mo. 886-9879 #38  Room for rent. No pets.  Refs.  necessary 885-2232. Ask for Hans  #38  For Rent  For Sale  For Sale  For Sale  Furnished 3 BR plus den home  in Hopkins. Excellent view.  Close to water. Five appliances.  Available immediately until June  30, 1981. Couple preferred.  $460 per month. (112) 943-4683.  #38  Redrooffs area 1 yr. old, 2 bd.  home on l'/i acres. Fireplace, lg.  decks, elec. heat, fridge, stove,  freezer. $375 mo. Available Oct. 1  refs. please. Phone 885-5579 or  883-2225 between 9-3:00 #39  3 bdrm. hse., Roberts Creek.  Avail, immed. $400. Ph. 886-2979  39  2 bedroom cottage on Francis  Peninsula $325 mo. Available  from Nov. 1 until March 31. Refs.  required. Interviews to be held  weekend of Sept. 26. Ph: 941-  3794 after 6 p.m. for info. &  interview. #38  600 sq. ft. of prime commercial  space available for immediate  lease. Ideal location for convenience store or ? Phone  886-7112 #38  4 bdrm. waterfront home. Gower  Point. Spectacular view. $500.  a month. 886-9102 eves. Refs. #38  630 sq. ft. of Commercial or  Office space for lease. Will  renovate to suit tenant. Phone  886-7112 #38  For Rent: 2 bedroom furnished  townhouse, inquire 885-5888  #38  Gibsons. October 1. 3 BR House.  $500 per month. 980-4435       #40  Small House for small family  avail. Oct. 1/80. Phone 886-2141  or 886-8211 #38  2-1 bedroom Suites $225.1-1 bedroom Cabin $175. Adults only.  Shilcomb Lookout Pender Harbour. (Waterfrontage). New owner, new road. 833-9177 #38  Available immediately 3 bedroom  2 bathroom house in Gibsons.  5 appliances, fireplace, wall-to-  wall, excellent view of Howe  Sound. 1 yr. lease. Send all  replies & references to Box 347,  Gibsons. #38  2 bedroom, 2 bathroom home,  Gibsons area, carpeted, drapes,  on five acres. Small barn, chicken  coop. $500 per month. Phone 886-  9200 before 6 p.m. #38  Large 3 bedroom view home close  to school and beach, fireplace,  dishwasher, double ovens, large  sunken living room. $475 month.  References please 885-3869    #38  WATERFRONT GIBSONS  1 bdrm. avail, for rent for winter  months. 886-7204 #38  SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES  Peninsula Hotel 886-9334 TFN  HOW REHTIHB  680 sq.ft.  $300. a month  School Road &  Gower Pt. Road  581-0995  For Sale  Farm fresh Vegetables. Butter-  crunch lettuce, beets, beans,  carrots, chards, potatoes etc.  Tony Archer 886-7046 TFN  Studded Snow Tires, fit small  Ford. 2 of G78xl4 $125. 5 of  G78xl5 radials $180. Phone  886-2765 or 886-9198 #38  Rollaway Bed 39" no mattress  $20. Twin Bed & mattress $20.  Sewing machine table $5. New  sheet arborite (nat. slate) %"x  48" $20. Electrohome baseboard  Heater $15. Marine catalytic  Heater $10. Int. doors $5. Box  cork panels app. 100 sq. ft.  $30. Lge. Speaker Cab. $50.  Cowhide rug, black & white as  new $95. Child's desk & chair $5.  2 Sears duracord twin Bedspreads  brown, hardly used $10 ea.  Wooden planter shelves $20.  886-2513 #38  Vanguard Pickup canopy. 886-  9487 #38  LET'S TRADE  APPLIANCES  MACLEOD'S  Sechelt  We deliver Glbtont A  Port Mellon  Used Furniture, Akai reel to reel  Yamaha turntable and amp,  camping equipment, miscellaneous. 886-8316 #38  Walnut woodgrain metal rods  with rings and brackets 82"xl50"  $30.00. 52"-90" $20.00. Baby  Pram $50.00. Phone 885-9579 #38  Bar and 2 stools. Beautiful  condition. A steal at $150.  5 pc. Fireplace Set and wood  holder in Swedish steel $40.  883-9020. #38  Electric Lawn Mower $25. 9x9  nylon tent used once $50. Skilsaw  16" chainsaw $100. Northern  Kirby vac. cleaner plus attachs.  $150. '/< suede ladies jacket sz. 16  exc. cond. New $250 - $90.  42'/.x42'/i wood dble-glzd. Window $100. 886-7105 after 6 p.m.  #38  HOT TUB?  Do it yourself. Fiberglass, redwood and vinyl. Solar collectors,  H&S Contracting. 885-3825   TFN  Dehydrating saves money &  reduces waste and requires no  sugar to preserve fruits. For  information on 5,10 or 20 tray  models of Equiflow dehydrators  call 886-8261 #39  Hand crocheted knitted articles,  seashell coffee tables, various  other items, phone 886-8410   #39  Sturdy Dog House, 4 in. foam  mattress w/ceiling to ceiling shag  rug. 886-7031     , #39  Near-new Kenmore portable  washer and dryer with stack rack.  Ideal for apartment or trailer.  $500 firm. Ph. 883-9204 #39  Viking Freezer, excellent condition. 20 cu. ft. $295.00. Phone  886-2658 #39  Forklift - 6 cylinder tow motor  with 10,000 lb. lifting capacity,  for further information please  phone 885-9665 after 6. #39  18 ft. Stoney Indian Teepee  made by R.K. Lodges, Montana.  Canvas, poles and liner $350.00.  Ph. 886-2923 Jim. #39  WEIL-McL AIN oil fired hot water  furnace and one 250 gal. fuel oil  tank. 886-7624 #40  Wood Heater, school desk, ski  suit size 10, bedspread for bunks,  matching drapes, toaster, artei  oictures (not done), cowboy  lambs etc. Cheese board, giant  eumball machine, fondu pots.  885-3869 #38  Akai Stereo System, pro-linear  speakers. $1200 or best offer.  Phone 886-7163 #38  Split Alder, cord wood. 886-7342  or 886-9797 anytime #38  Galanti II magic chord Organ.  $600. 75 hp Mercury Outboard  $250.886-2908 #40  Seasoned firewood (Alder) split  6 delivered. 1 pick-up load $40.  886-9625 #40  Sansui Stereo Special 50 watts  total power, auto return turntable  olus 45 watt speakers. Green  Onion Stereo 884-5240 #38  3/4 J20 Jeep $1,000. Honey  extractor $75. Astro plane CB  antenna $25. 40' CB tower 3L  beam inclusive $100. 350 GM  intake manifold $25. 350 GM  block $25. Phone 885-3496      #40  7 cu. ft. chest Freezer. New  condition and tow bar hitch.  Phone 885-9886 #38  19'6" Reinell 7' beam 120 hp  Merc I.B.O.B. - Sounder - CB-  AM Radio - compass - anchor and  E.Z. load trailer $6,000 firm.  Phone 886-8151 days. 886-7669  nights. #38  Kitchen-Dinette Arborite Table in  eood condition. $30. Ph. 886-9881  #40  Twin Mattress spotless $10.  Food machine new reg. $98 - sell  for $50. Phone 885-5040 #38  Two matching easy chairs, pillow  back, brown vinyl, excel, cond.  $60 ea. or both $100. 883-9305 #38  Double wood multipane Window  48"x80". Upright Hoover with  tools, electric floor polisher, all  in excellent condition. Call  885-3407 #38  Franklin Fireplace, used, $100.  885-3430 #38  HOT  WATER  TANKS  are sold and  installed by  MACLEODS  Sechelt  2 Window Panes: 117'/i"x43'/i"  and 69,/i"x43VV. 886-7031    #38  Good Selection ol  ��� Perennials  ��� Trees & Shrubs  ,��� Lawn Seed  ��� Fall Rye  ��� Lime  ��� Fertilizers  * New Fall Formula  WEED'N FEED  ��� Buckerlield's Foil Pack  SEEDS  Quality Farm  &  Garden Supplu  Ltd.  Pratt Road       886-7527  3^^^^^^^^^5^5^^^^^  FOR SALE  Thriving Excavating  Co, & Septic Tank  Manufacturing  Business  Open to offers on all or part  of the business.  Call after 7 pm.  886-9031; 886-7064  886-7028  Franklin wood stove. Used 1  winter $125. Metal truck canopy  $50. Deluxe ducted almond stove  fan. new $80. Blue, green floral  double custom-made bedspread,  matching side-panel curtains $35.  Phone 886-7064 evenings.      #40  I Fruit Pre/s. 2 ten An balls  w/bags, plywood canopy LB,  oarlour heater, Lazy Boy chair,  beauty sink, 2 chairs, encyclopedia Jr., How-to books. Call  885-5092 #38  "Sharp" Cash Register I year old,  Stereo Cassette player AM FM. 2  speakers $250. Wooden display  stands, glass shelves, card racks,  alarm system, track lighting,  carpets. Pentangle, 885-3818 days.  Open Monday through Sundays  9:30 am. to 5: JO pm. until October  1st. #38  work wanted  1 pr. boys Bauer Skates 5-9  1-4x10 Arborite - Harvest Gold  $20. 1 traverse Rod 156" $5.  Bicycle rack for car. 886-2431 #38  Garage Sale. 1036 Gower Pt. Rd.  Moving variety of household  items clothing etc. Fri., Sat. &  Sun. afternoon 1 p.m. See signs  on road. #38  Plywood & lumber wholesale  5/8 T&G Fir plywood std. sth.  $12.50. '/, Fir std. sth. $10.25.  3/8 Fir std. sth. $7.50. 2x4 pre-  cut studs Fir $240 thous. or  $1.40 each. All other lumber  available. 885-5356 eves.        #40  FAIL  BULBS  Natural & cultured stone facings,  housefroms. fireplaces and feature  walls. For free, estimate call 886-  8456. #42  Backhoe services, septic fields,  water lines and drainage. A.  Ellingscn, 885-5092. tfn  Timberjack skidder with operator.  Wire splicer available. 886-2459.  tfn  Custom Painter will do murals or  signs on cars, trucks, boats.  Commercial work welcome. Phj  886-2689 #39  Cement work of all types, floors,  sidewalks, patios etc. No job too  small. Reasonable free estimates.  Ph. 885-2034 #39  Graduate (Music & Teaching)  arriving from England for two  months wants casual jobs to help  finance her trip to Canada.  Will babysit, teach piano, waitress etc. 886-2513 #38  Will do housecleaning and light  housekeeping in * Gibsons area.  Phone 886-9195 #38  Will baby sit in my home at  Hopkins Landing Mon-Fri. 886-  8596 #38  Most trees, like pets, need care and  attention and trees are our  specialty.  ��� Topping  * Limbing  ��� * Danger tree removal  An insured guaranteed service.  Peerless Tree Service Ltd.  885-2109  T.F.N.  Electrical Contractor wants work  anywhere on the coast, own boat  for island work. 886-9316   #TFN  Renovations and Repairs, Framing and Foundations. Call Jim  or Brent at 885-5643 #TFN  Responsible Babysitter with  much experience. Box 23, c/o  Coast News Box 460, Gibsons,  B.C. #38  Typing and Bookkeeping done in  my home. A/P, A/R, Payroll,  to trial bal. & financial statements  886-7713 #38  Chimney   Cleaning   and   maintenance. Ph. 886-7411 or 886-8023  T.F.N.  For Explosive Requirements  Dynamite, electric or regular caps,  B line E cord and safety fuse.  Contact Gwen Nimmo, Cemetery  Road, Gibsons. Phone 886-7778.  Howe Sound Farmer Institute.  T.F.N.  PENINSULA  R00FINB ft  INSULATION LTD.  All Types of Roofing  & Re-Roofing  Henry Rodriguez  Sechelt      885-9585  asa  i����� work wanted  WEST COAST CONTEMPORARY HOMES - BUILT OR  RENOVATED 883-9259.       TFN  Dean's Chimney Sweep and  Moss-spraying. We also do landscaping, pruning, build fences or  1 YOU WANT FT DONE? WE'LL  DO ITI886-7540 TFN  Madeira Park Service. Chimney  Sweeping. Call 883-2241 or  683-9173 #40  Carpenters available for small  & medium jobs. Reasonable cost -  blus. 886-8409. Mike 886-9390#38  J. LEPORE TILE  Quality Installations  Ceramic, Mosaic or Quarry  All work guaranteed  Free estimates  Phone Anytime  Trauel  Going to the City?  We'll be gild to  BOOK YOUR  ACCOMMODATION  NO CHARGE tor this service  Book your Winter  Holiday NOWI  peninsula  travel  886-9755  Rtglstarad Travel Agtnt  Automotlue  watMcsMoeMoe  sat*  1  HALFMOi  WINDOW CLEANING j  Professional Service |  :overing the Sunshine Coast. |  Roofs, gutters cleaned. I  \$/f  Construction-       -��� _-___  final M5-2598  inside cleaning.  j  9 am - 6 pm  j  885-3963     ]  (after 6 p.m.) "  poooaaooaoqpoe  IDEAL LANDSCAPIM  Tractor I BacHhoa  light Land Clearing  Drainage Fields  Water lines'  CALL ANYTIME  888-9851      #39  '79 Ford Econoline E250, Insulated & panelled Interior, low  mileage, PB A. PS, AM/FM tape  deck, 7500 Ib. gross weight,  extra tires, limited slip differential. $8,900 OBO. Phone  886-8583 TFN  '72 Plymouth Fury II2 dr. HT 318  automatic. Radio. R/W defrost.  Trailer hitch. $1,000 firm. 886-  7028 #39  '73 VW Bug. Good condition  $2600.885-3432 eves. #38  1975 GMC window Van, long box,  PS/PB, phone 885-2675 after 6  p.m. for a bargain. #38  1971 Ford 250 3/4 ton pickup in  excel, cond. $2,100 firm. Phone  885-2232 #38  1977 Dodge 3/4 ton Truck,  automatic, Michelin radials, CB  radio, all excellent cond. To view  see Dwight at Irwin Motel,  Gibsons. #39  1972 Chevy Blazer 4 WD in ex.  condition. Phone 886-9949      #40  Automotlue  1977 Ford 4x4 F150 4-spd 351.  Good shape, 50,000 mi. Asking  $5,600.886-8261 #39  1975 Mazda Pick-up with canopy.  26,000 mi. Radio. No body  damage. Excellent cond. Phone  evea. 886-9508 #38  1979 Dodge Van  2-Tone Red  NEW carpet and Rosewood  interior. Low Mileage. Many  factory and installed extras. Exc.  cond. $9,000 OBO. 112-461-2270  #38  1975 F-250 Ford Super Cab -  top condition. 25,000 miles. Orig.  tires plui 2 mounted studded  snows 7:30x16. Paint perfect;  Honduras mahogany custom-  tooled tunning boards; 2 gas  tanks; insulated, panelled, 60  inch 8 ft. canopy with 2 dome  lights, 4 jalousie windows and  front vent, over-load springs.  This truck has showroom appearance and Is In excellent condition.  Replacement to-day's prices com-  olete would be approx. $13,600.  Will sell for $5,900 or without  canopy $5,400. Reason for selling  -health. Phone 885-3584        #38  1968 Cyclone (fastback) 302 -  33,000 miles, rebuilt disc brakes,  oower steering, radio, 3 speakers,  front end needs work. 885-3798  #40  Datsun Pick-up, good cond. Low  mileage, $2,000 OBO. Tel.  886-2922 eves. 886-9205 #38  Clove   Craft   fibreglass   Truck  Canopy with top racks for long  box pick-up. $300 firm. 886-8151  #38  1975 LTD 4 dr., power steering,  brakes, elec. windows etc. $2,800  886-7991 #40  1972 Mazda looks and runs well.  Cheap transportation. 886-2942  #38  Your friendly neighbourhood drop-off  points for  fi  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING  Copyright and  Advertising  Regulations  The Sunshine Coast News  reserves the right to classify  advertisements under appropriate headings and determine  page location. The Sunshine  Coast News also reserves the  right to revise or reject any  advertising which in the opinion  of the Publisher is in questionable taste. In the event that  any advertisement is rejected,  the sum paid for the advertisement will be refunded.  Minimum $2.50 per Insertion. Each additional  line 50$, or use our economical 3 weeks for the  price of 2 rate. This offer is made available for  private individuals.  THE FOLLOWING CLASSIFICATIONS  ARE FREE  Birth Announcements, Lost and Found  no billing or telephone orders are accepted  except from customers who have accounts  with us or who live outside the Sunshine Coast.  Caeh, cheque* or money order* mutt accompany  ���II classified advertising.  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE)  NOON SATURDAY  ALL FEES PAYABLE  PRIOR TO INSERTION.  Please mall to Coast New*, Classifieds,  Box 460, Gibson*, B.C. VON 1V0.  Or bring In person lo  the Coast New* Office In Gibsons.  CLASSIFICATION:  Eg. For Sale, For Rent, etc  r _xn ...    _  ..IE  i                .....  WTT    ._        X  automotlue  1968 Mercury Comet, 2 dr.  hardtop, 302 V-8 auto., radio,  new tires, new paint. Exceptional  cond. $1400. Phone 886-9154 or  886-7576 TFN  1974 Cherokee Jeep. 4-wheel  drive, 360 V-8 auto., PS&PB.,  new paint. Super condition.  45,000 miles. $2950.886-7469 #38  PINTO BOBCAT GRANADA  ALL MANE SERVICE  Brakes, Tune-ups  Major Repairs  Reasonable Price*  SMITH CM8T  r,W     885-3281  w.i:wn.i.-M��M.Mikw.ffn  Coast News, September 23, 1980  B.C. vuhon  RENT-A-CAR  RENT-A-TRUCK  1980 1-TON TRUCK  C/w 12' VAN  1980 F-250  3/4 TON PICK-UP  1980 FAIRMONTS  1980 MUSTANGS  New 5 ton truck. 22'  Box.   Hydraulic   tall-  gate.  DAILY WEEKLY  Free.   Friendly   Guinea   Pig.  885-3430 #38  German Shepherd Pups $35.00.  Phone 886-2658 #39  Hartz Mountain Dog, Puppy  & Cat Flea Collars - $1.99. large  Dog - $2.49. Gibsons Clinic Pharmacy, next to Gibsons Medical  Clinic. 886-8191 #39  BOXtM,  StCMSIT  Kerry  Blue  Terriers  886-2505  PROFESSIONAL  DOG GROOMING  for small breeds.  Call Sharon 886-2084  marine  COMPETITIVE RATES  ���ABBA-  MEASE RENTALS  at  SOUTH COAST FORD  885-3261  Purebred Australian Cattle Dog  Pups (blue heeler). $150. 886-  9797 eves. #39  Free to good home 4 Persian  kittens, 2 grey female, 1 grey  male, 1 beige male, 6 weeks old.  Phone 885-3754 #38  12' wooden Sailboat, Thunderbird  main & jib. Sell for $350 or trade  for aluminum boat. Phone 886-  8583 TFN  24' Correct Craft. Fully equipped  for charter fishing with guaranteed business. $23,000. Phone  885-2232 #38  1975 14' Sangster F6 deep V  Runabout, windshield, sleeper  seats,' new $200. Mechanical  steering trailer, blue with white  hull. Steal it for $800 firm.  886-8351 #38  19 ft. alum. Lifeboat. 9 h.p.  Briggs & Stratton inboard with or  without trailer. Ph. Mike 886-  2050 or 886-7405 #38  PTTTT* ����*******��������  A NOTICE TO  COMMERCIAL  CUSTOMERS USING  CLASSIFIED  ADVERTISING  Some readers have complained that our classified  section is difficult to read. We  have improved this situation by  making new headings for the  various sections, but the classified advertising is still cluttered  by advertisements taking more  than one column ofthe total of  eight presently used in this  section.  Effective with the newspaper  dated October 7th, therefore,  advertisements exceeding one  column in width will be accepted only in thc LEGALS-  NOT1CES section and the  REAL ESTATE SECTION.  Advertisements for all other  headings in the classficd section  must not exceed one column in  width.  Effective with the same issue,  the price for boxed or display  advertisements will be $4.50  per column inch instead of  $3.50 per column inch as at  present. The publishers find  this necessary because at  present rates, the private  advertiser paying 50 cents per  line after the first four for $2.50  is paying more for his space  than is thc advertiser using  display (boxed) advertising in  the classified section. Since the  classified section is intended  primarily for private advertisements, the publishers feel  that private advertisers should  be paying less, not more, than  commercial advertisers.  Customers who wish to  either change classified advertisements being run on a  continuing basis or to cancel  them may do so either by  telephoning our office or by  notifying one of our Sales  Representatives.  ****aa*ata*****<  i.iilVii  THE   UNSINKABLE CAR  TOPPER  12' and 14'  Ideal tor West "oast Conditions  P O  Bo. tf)0    M.ltfiVil HHf.  Peter Allen (604) 883-2248  IAN MORROW & CO. LTD.  Marine Surveyors, condition and  detail   surveys   for   Evaluation.  Surveys   for   insurance   claims.  Phone 886-2433, 886-9458.   ��� T.F.N.1  HIGGS MARINE  SURVEYS LTD.  Insurance claims, condition and  valuation surveys. Serving the  Sunshine Coast and B.C. Coastaf  Waters. Phone: 885-9425, 885-  9747, 885-3643, 886-9546. T.F.N;  *=mMRAH=*'  ENTERPRISES  Fish Chartering Services  Hour or Day  RODS     BAIT  MOTELS  AVAILABLE  Don Harman (604)  Box 982. 886-8079  Gibsons. B.C.   VON 1V0  16 ft. Sangster with 50 hp Merc.  $2000 OBO. Tel. 886-2922.  Eves. 886-9205 #38  1980 Silverline with 150 hp V-6  Merc. Full canvas, many extras.  $10,000. Phone Peter 883-2248  #40  '74 K&C, f.g. 16 ft. boat. Canvas  fair. 50 hp Johnson, EZ-load  trailer. Sleeper seats. Clean.  $2,500 OBO. 885-5200 #40  17' centreboard Sailboat on  trailer. Good beginner's boat.  Enterprise sails. Seagull motor.  Sacrifice $1,000.886-2543      #40  Roomy 12' aluminum cartop Boat.  9.8 hp Mercury motor, good cond,  $1,100. Phone 886-7064 evenings.  #40  B.C. Yuhon  OWN YOUR OWN BUSINESS.  International promotion company  needs individuals interested in  owning operating own professional business. Small investment  required. Training provided. No  risk. No selling. Write: Opportunity, Box 80651, South Burnaby, B.C. Phone 826-9898    #38  INSTRUCTION KIT on mailing  circulars. 30 day full refund  guarantee if kit returned in good  condition. Send self-addressed  stamped envelope to Anderson's  R.R.4 Mission, B.C. V2V5M2 #38  1976 Ford 9000, 45 foot HI Boy,  I'/t yard loader with grapples,  complete with 15,000 cord short  logging contract. Phone (403)  675-5506 #38  FORD 6,000, 3 pt. hitch, cab,  low hours, good condition,  $6,500.00. Also IHC 13 ft. disc at  $2,175.00 Linden post driver at  $ 1495.00, Ford 5 bottom plow at  $1390.00. Phone 567-4186. Vanderhoof, B.C. #38  MAKE MONEY in your spare  time. Learn Income Tax Preparation. For free brochure, no  obligation, write U&R Tax School  1345 Pembina Hwy., Winnipeg,  Man.R3T2B6 #38  MICHIGAN T6K mobile crane  with drag line and shovel attachments, 40 foot boom, new cables,  good condition.  $5,000 (OBO).  1973 Hough 100C front-end  loader, 5 yard bucket available  Sept. 1, 1980. $43,500. Phone  539-2725 evenings. #38  2 1980 Peerless Page 45 foot  Possum Belly chip vans. 1979  Mack Coe short wheelbase tractor  on Neway air. Phone 578-8362,  Kamloops. No Saturday calls. #38  EXPERIENCED PARTS PERSON  required by NAPA Auto Parts  store in the beautiful Columbia  Valley. Apply: Mitchell Auto  Parts, Box 470, Golden, B.C.  VOA 1H0. Phone 344-2266     #38  PRESSMAN: For well established  newspaper on Vancouver Island.  Must be journeyman familiar with  offset, to operate 7 unit Goss  Community. Shift work involved.  Apply: Comox District Free  Press, Box 3039, Courtenay, B.C.  V9N5N3,att'n. B.Morris.      #38  1978 D155 KOMATSU, U-blade,  ripper, ROPS, 60% undercarriage  Excellent. $90,000 U.S.  1974 966C, enclosed ROPS, g.p.  ' bucket, fair tires. Good condition.  $65,000 U.S.  1974 ML 200 Mountain Logger,  200 h.p. class. New tires. Excellent. Cranbrook, $30,000.  R200 P&H rough terrain crane,  60 foot boom, 20 foot jib. GM  oower,   low  hours.   Excellent.  Vancouver. $67,500.  1977 GALION  12'/! ton rough  terrain  crane,  60 foot  boom,  diesei power. Excellent. Alberta.  $47 500.  Phone 274-1438 or 324-2446   #38  52 ROOM HOTEL needs maintenance assistant: young, mature.  Apply in writing including resume and photo to: Northlander  Hotel, Rogers Pass, B.C. VOA  1NO #39  Required Immediately - JOUR-1  NEYMAN (male or female)  camera operator - stripper for  Web Press operation. Send  replies to: Al Brown, Comox  District Free Press, Box 3039,  Courtenay, B.C. V9N 5N3 or  ohone 334-4446 #38  IF YOU ENJOY GARDENING,  do it year round, using an aluminum and glass greenhouse I  Write for free brochure to:  B.C. Greenhouse Builders, 7425  Hedley Ave., Burnaby, B.C.  V5E 2R1. Mail orders now  available. #38  JEEP PARTS, accessories, tops.  All jeeps 1942 to 1980. Tremendous stock. Low prices.  Instant service. Gemini Sales,  4736 East Hastings St., Burnaby,  B.C. V5C 2K7. Phone 294-2623  #38  Earn a second Income. Learn  Income Tax Preparation at home.  For free brochure write: U&R  Tax School, 1345 Pembina Hwy.,  Winnipeg, Man. R3T 2B6. No  obligation. #38  FOR SALE, Stedman Variety  Store. Approximately $300,000.00  volume, 4,800 ft. air conditioned  building, full basement, corner  Main Street, Wynyard, Saskatchewan. Write Box 130,  Wynyard, Sask. SOA 4T0.       #38  SMALL, profitable Stationery  office equipment and furniture  store in Grand Forks, B.C. Phone  442-2064 or 442-8135 after 5 p.m.  Write P.O. Boi 996, Grand Forks,  B.C. V0H1H0 #38  Small GRAVEL OPERATION,  Shuswap area. Two leased  auarries, (one asphalt zoned),  two tandem trucks. Track loader,  shop, stockpiles. Realistically  oriced. For details, phone 832-  4750 #38  B.C. vuKon  WOOD WINDOWS AND DOORS  B.C's lowest prices! Huge selection. Now stocking pine double  glazed windows. Walker Door:  Vancouver (266-1101). 1366 S.W.  Marine Drive V6P 5Z9 or North  Vancouver (985-9714). 1589 Garden Ave. V7P3A5 TFN  IN. COLOURFUL Cariboo. 4  bedroom home on. 10 acres,  aarage, hayshed, gravity fed  water, fenced. $85,000.150 acres,  new shop, water; opportunity to  subdivide into 4 lots. $120,000.  Phone 747-1266 #38  NICE 2 BEDROOM, ground,  level, stove, fridge, drapes, car-  oets etc. Economical, all gas.  Only 15 years old. Apartment  zoned lot, walk to schools, shops  etc. Located West Quesnel. Site  of another new pulp mill for em-  oloyment; or retire and add new  suites for income while you're  living in comfort. Price is only  $37,500. Clear title. Offers on  trades, terms, cash etc. Phone  593-4475 #39  Ooportunltles  2-car Taxi Business for sale. For  full particulars 883-9078 #39  Small chocolate point Siamese  Cat - female. Vicinity Abbs Rd.  Phone 886-9445 after 5 p.m.   #38  Brown leather briefcase at Langdale Ferry Terminal. If found,  olease call 886-2843 #38  Found  Set of keys with red leather key  holder found Hwy. 101, approx.  100 yds. east of Mack's Nursery.  Contact Coast News 886-2622 #38  3-4 month old tawny coloured  female Dog, vicinity of Halfmoon  nay School, Sept. 15th. Phone:  885-9397 #38  Pair of glasses in Gibsons Harbour and they can be retrieved  at the office of this newspaper  #38  Pair of Bifocals in case at lauchlng  ramp Gibsons Harbour. Call at  the Coast News. #38  6 to 8 mo. old female Kitten.  White w/grey markings. Near  Anderson Realty, Sechelt. Phone  886-7513 #38  Property  TUB _- TOP     I     i  strop  ' A Full Line of'  Plumbing Supplies  Hour*: Tues. - Sat.  9 am. - 5 pm.  Hwy 101 & Pratt Rd.  Property  5 acres & 3 year old 1668 sq. ft.  gambrel roof home. Solid built, 3  bedrooms, energy efficient, many  extras. 886-9095 or follow signs  up Orange Rd. $105,000.        #38  Wanted - Waterfront Property or  home in Porpoise Bay area. Pref.  suitable mooring for small cruiser  or good view of Sechelt Inlet near  water. Box 19, Coast News, Box  46(>,,Gibsons, B.C.  #39  Hanbuty Road 4.63 acres with  creek and cleared building site.  885-5444 #40  Corner lot Veterans Rd. New  house under construction. Move  in, finish it yourself. Save a  bundle. 885-3716 #38  I acre North Rd. 2 bdrm. Cottage,  large workshop, 1-car garage,  greenhouse 886-9902. Sign on  tree in front yard. #40  Choice 4.3 acres. 600' road  frontage. Day Rd. Roberts Creek.  $50,000.885-3537 #40  QUIET HOPKINS LANDING  If you're the family that likes t  little privacy, come and look at  this home. It was custom-designed and built to enjoy the  spectacular, panoramic views of  Howe Sound. Walk through the  spacious garden and then on to  a beautiful beach only two  minutes away. For more information and appointment please  ohone 885-5786 between 6 p.m.  and 10p.m. daily. #38  A number lo note:  885-5171  WHARF REALTY LTD.  Buying  Selling  Moving  or  Just Dreaming  The Sunshine Coast  REALTOR  will help vou do it.  Available at  Realty offices.  FOR SALE, 15 bay Trader Park  on 12 acres of beautifully treed  land. Room for expansion. For  further information call Dave  Rutherford in Williams Lake,  B.C. Phone 392-3955 #38  1280 square foot three bedroom  Home on 2 acres, 9 miles south of  Quesnel, B.C. One acre cleared,  tool shed. Asking $45,000. Phone  747-2301 #38  WESTERN CANADA'S finest  Antique faire, Vancouver Island, i  Antiques and collectables. Spectacular 4th annual Fall Faire,  September 19th, 20th, 21st,  Esquimau Sports Centre, 1151  Esquimau Road, Victoria. 88  dealers booths with everything  from furniture to clocks; jewellery  silver, porcelain etc. Admission  $1.00. For information, contact  Julene 478-6000 or Don 595-0805  #39  OCEAN VIEW HOME  For Sale by Owner  Six year old ocean view home in Gibsons, on large 90' x  180' lot (sloping) with southern and western exposure  tor GREAT SUNSETS over Vancouver Island.  ��� Located in quiet subdivision close to school. 1480 sq.  tt., plus downstairs to utility and unfinished room with  ground-level entry Irom a double car port  ��� 3 bdrms. - master has 3-pce ensuite. Main bathroom  has double sink.  ��� Steel outside doors (no warping). Double sealed  windows throughout.  ��� Rugged re-sawed shake roof. Natural cedar siding.  ��� 15' x 22' sunken living room. 12' rock wall - double  fireplace. One in living room has white rock. One in  family room has green rock. 'Built in barbeque in family  room side.  ��� Large kitchen with lazy susan in corner cupboard.  Double ovens built in. Range top and dishwasher.  ��� Sliding glass doors from master bedroom and also  from family room on to a large sundeck.  ��� Kitchen, master bedroom, family room and living room  all have ocean view of Georgia Straight and Vancouver  Island.  ��� Individual thermostats in each room  ��� Short walk down to a great beach. Yard has beautiful  arbutus trees, cedar trees, dogwood trees etc  "EXTRA. To help pay for this home. 800 sq ft., 2 bdrm  legal rental suite completely self-contained, sound  proofed and also at ground level Has two private  entrances. One is a sliding glass door to a cement patio.  Also has 12' brick wall with fireplace.  Price $125,000  Will finance at 12%  wilh al least $30,000. down  Phone 885-3869  ���a 16  Coast News, September 23, 1980  Legal  Women hear of employment injustices  NOTICE  Application has been  made to the Motor  Carrier Commission,  on behalf of the undernamed carrier, to increase rates and charges for the transportation of freight between the Vancouver  area and points on the  Sechelt Peninsula, and  between points situated on the Sechelt  Peninsula.  Subject to the consent of the Commission the proposed increases will become  effective on or alter  October 22nd 1980.  Details of proposed  changes may be obtained from the office of  the carrier.  Any representation  respecting this application may be made to  the Superintendent,  Motor Carrier Branch,  4240 Manor Street,  Burnaby, B.C.,  V5G 3X5 up to October  8th, 1980.  PACIFIC TARIFF  SERVICE LTD.  Tariff Agent For:  PENINSULA  TRANSPORT LTD  The Fall Regional Conference ofthe Lower Mainland  Business and Professional  Women's Clubs was held  Friday September 20, at the  Jolly Roger Inn in Secret Cove  and delegates from Surrey,  Chilliwack, Vancouver and  North Vancouver heard guest  speaker Jean Shephard of the  Canada Employment and Immigration Commission deliver  some disturbing news.  Speaking to an afternoon  seminar for some fifty delegates, Shephard stated that in  spite ofthe fact that one out of  every two women in Canada is  now in the work force, unemployment among women is  still greater than among men,  even in supposedly women-  dominated clerical positions,  and the wage gap between  men and women is still  increasing.  "Incredibly, in an era of  so-called liberation, we're  actually losing ground,"  Shephard said.  Shephard pointed out that  the percentage of women  seeking managerial positions  in business actually declined  over the 1978-1979 period  from 42.7% to 39.4%. The  number of women registered  as apprentices in skilled  industrial trades in British  Columbia, for which a high  demand is anticipated in the  immediate future, can be  expressed in single digits,  Shephard said. In spite of the  VILLAGE  OF  GIBSONS  PUBLIC NOTICE  OF  TAX SALE  Public Notice is hereby given that on ttiefliirfieth day  of September, 1980 at the Gibsons Municipal Offices,  at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon, the below  described parcels of real property shall be offered for  sale by public auction:  Folio 163.000 - Lot 4, Block D, Plan 7714, D.L. 685,  N.W.D. - Cochrane Road.  Folio 878.030 - Lot 1 of Parcel C, Plan 9229, D.L. 688  N.W.D. - North Road.  Folio 878.150 - Lot K, Port - Exc. exp. Plan 709, Plan  7945, D.L. 688. N.W.D. - Highway #101.  Folio 947.620 - Lot D, Block 1-2, Plan 13577, D.L. 689,  N.W.D. - Highway #101.  J.W. Copland  MUNICIPAL COLLECTOR  Can  FBDB help  you?  Financial assistance  Management counselling  Management training  Information on government  programs for business  On Wednesday, October 1st  one of our representatives will be at  BELLA BEACH MOTEL  Sechelt tel: 885-9561  If you require financing to start, modernize or  expand your business and are unable to  obtain It elsewhere on reasonable terms and  conditions or if you are interested in the  FBDB management services of counselling  and training or wish information on  government programs available for your  business, talk to our representative.  FEDERAL  BUSINESS  DEVELOPMENT BANK  c  fact that for the last five  years programs have been  offered to encourage women  to consider "non-traditional"  roles in industry and business,  women continue to choose to  pursue traditional careers,  with by far the greatest  numbers seeking positions as  hairdressers and dental assistants.  According to Shephard,  Lloyd Aiworthy, Federal  Minister responsible for the  Employment and Immigration  Commission, has stated that  "strong measures" may be  necessary to reverse these  trends and that the federal  government, in concert with  the Canadian Labour Congress, is considering malting it  mandatory for companies with  government contracts to institute and promote "affirmative action" programs for  women seeking careers in  business and industry.  Shephard also exploded the  myth that most working  women are providing a supplementary "second-income"  to a family unit dependent  on a working man. According  to current figures from the  Commission, 60% of working  women are providing the sole  Jean Shephard of the Canada Employment and Immigration Commission addressed the Fall  Regional Conference of the Lower Mainland Business and Professional Women's Clubs at the Jolly  Roger Inn on Saturday afternoon.  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE (1978) LTD.  WISH TO ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF THEIR  GIBSONS OFFICE  886-8194  Please drop in for a free catalogue  and to meet our staff  EVA CARSKY  Res. 886-7126  GEORGE IONGMAN  Res. 885 .1400  LYNDA HICKMAN  Res 8867:15:'  Conveniently located in the Dental Building on  Sunshine Coast Highway  WE'RE HERE FOR YOU  support for themselves or the  one income in single parent  family situations.  The Fall Regional Conference was hosted by the  Sunshine Coast Business and  Professional Women's Club.  Active in the 1960's, the Club  was dormant for a number of  years and has recently been  re-activated. The Club now  has 28 members, one of the  larger per capita memberships  in the province.  The record of public action  of Business and Professional  Women's Clubs begins with  their formation in the early  decades of this century and  the clubs continue to lobby for  women's rights and social  legislation through national  and international Federations.  Commuter bus service possible  Continued from Page One  week with Brian Williams of  the Motor Carrier Commission  who estimated that the population of the Sunshine Coast  would have to more than  double before the operator of  such a service could be  expected to financially "keep  his head above water".  "A token service," Hopkins  said, "with just a few runs in  the evening is a waste of time  and money."  Mark Myers of Madeira  Park, a 19 year veteran school  bus driver, and Ian Vaughan,  an Egmont mechanic who has  maintained and driven school  buses, say they have been  talking for some time about  the need for a comprehensive  commuter bus service on the  Sunshine Coast.  "I'd be willing to talk to  anyone about it," said Myers,  who has four school buses and  the contract to carry school  children in the Pender Harbour area.  Myers pointed out that it  costs $1.37 per mile to run a  school bus and said he agrees  with George Hopkins that the  directors ofthe regional board  are being unrealistic to imagine that such a service could  be run without a subsidy,  Myers also observed that,  regardless of scheduling, a  commuter bus service is  unlikely to put an end to the  problem of teenagers hitchhiking on the Coast.  "You'll still see kids standing in bus zones, hitchhiking while they're waiting  for the bus," Myers said.  Area D Director Harry  Almond and Area B Director  Peggy Conner had raised the  possibility of a service being  established from Langdale to  West Sechelt in the evenings,  but Ian Vaughan says the  board needs to consider a  more comprehensive service,  from Egmont to Port Mellon,  that would run during the day  as well.  "I think it's something we  have to have," Vaughan said,  "but the only way you could  do it is by hill utilization of  your equipment. You can't  just figure on evenings."  Vaughan pointed out that  the recent centralization of the  forestry offices at Teredo  Square in Sechelt means that  there are now no government  offices north of Sechelt, aside  from the Post Offices and  liquor store.  "Everybody tends to forget  about us up here," Vaughan  said, "but we have to drive to  Sechelt to do any kind of  government business. You  can't even get a permit to burn  your garbage in Egmont  without driving to Sechelt."  Vaughan also pointed to the  Royal Bank's decision to close  its Madeira Park Branch and  to the number of other businesses in the Pender Harbour  area that are for sale or closing  down as indications that better  transportation is needed between the scattered communities of the coast. With  these services being withdrawn or disrupted, the  burden on those whose age or  economic status makes it  impossible for them to drive  or maintain a car will be  even greater,  Vaughan suggests that a  local It per litre tax on  gasoline, similar to the practice in Greater Vancouver,  might provide funds to sub  sidize such a service partially,  but points out that as long as  gasoline using buses are in  operation, costs will be high,  Diesel buses, Vaughan says,  would cut the fuel costs per  mile, require less maintenance and last longer.  "Of course people are going  to scream when their taxes  or the price of gas goes up,"  Vaughan said, "but if they  established the service and  the tax now, people moving up  here would find it already in  place. The sooner we do it  the less people we'll have sore  at us."  Population on the Sunshine  Coast is growing, at least  according to building inspectors, H.M. Reade and  Bob Brodgesell, who are so  inundated with work that they  are requesting the regional  board hire an assistant.  Brodgesell   told   the   Coast  CNIB drive  for funds  News there have been 214  single family dwellings started  since January, at least 80% of  them built for people who  intend to live here on the coast  immediately.  George Hopkins is not  optimistic about the immediate future of bus service on the  coast, however,  "When people in an area  petition for a bus service,  you get so many names on the  petitions you wouldn't believe  that many people lived up  here," Hopkins said, "but  when the service is in place,  people just don't use it.  People like to know the bus  is there, just in case they get  stuck, but they'll use it only as  a last resort."*^ >'-"��-<*>    '  capilano  rolLane ��tt*n a Poetical  VA*K3yc seminar on  STARTING YOUR OWN BUSINESS  Saturday, November 1,  9:30 am. - 4:30 pm.  Sechelt Learning Centra  Fee: $45.00  A certificate seminar designed  specifically for prospective small  business owners, covering:  Financing, Credit Granting, Legal  and Accounting Procedures.  Administrative and Personal Skills  necessary for running a business  \ will also be addressed.  The instructors for this seminar  have extensive business  backgrounds:  - Richard Allex, R.I.A.  ��� Aldan Burttrfleld, Notary Public,  Mam. Can. Credit Institute,  Office Administrators Assoc.  - Cam. McKle, B. Comm  REGISTRATION LIMITED  For Information and registration   ���' call 885-9310  raising  In-  The annual  drive for the  stltute for the Blind  underway at the end of this  month and canvassers are  needed tn both Sechelt and  Gibsons.  The fund-raising week for  CNIB this year will be September 29-October 4. Anyone  interested hi supporting this  worthwhile drive can obtain  more Information from 885-  9414 or 886-2115.  885-9666    SWaDSOlTS     885-5333  Dispatch    Swanson's Ready-Mix Ltd.  Ready-Mix concrete  Two  sechelt I  Pender Harhour  Accounts  Box 172,  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  Let us pave your  driveway or play area!  B.A. Blacktop have been paving  driveways and home recreational areas  for twenty-three years. It is quite likely  that some of the better paving around  homes that you have seen was done by  us. If you have a paving job in mind, let us  quote on it. You'll discover, as many have  before that B.A. Quality costs no more.  Sometimes it even costs a little less.  B.A. can "JET SEAL" your new or  existing blacktop driveway to protect it  from oil or gas spills.  B.A. BLACKTOP  Porpoise Bay Road, Sechelt, B.C.  885-5151  Opening newdoors to small business.  B  Head Office: P.O. Box 88340, North Vancouver, B.C. 3854)611  "Quality service since 1956  MEMBER  *UCKTOP!  PAVING OF  INDUSTRIAL SITES  ROADS  PARKING AREAS  TENNIS COURTS  Also grading, gravel sales,  soil cement, drainage  & curbs.  AMALGAMATED  CONSTR. ASSN  ���a  atmats  tie Wildlife  p*  k.  wfe  rlf- j,         T 1  %��&'    V *  ���% ' 1  corner  Beach curfew nonsense  Coast News, September 23, 1980  by Ian Corrance  New netting sights la B.C.  Tuesday night I was watching Shogun. It was right at  the point where Blackthorne  was doing his sea shanty  and looking for all the world  like me at a party when I can't  find a lampshade, and the  phone rang.  It was Wayne Diakow, the  original organizer of the  birding section of the Sechelt  Marsh Society, calling from  Smithers,  Apart from making me  jealous about his flights into  all the small inlets and bays,  he had some interesting  information.  He had been in touch with  Wayne Campbell, remembered by members of the  Marsh Society. Wayne has  added five new B.C. nesting  species to the list this year. In  north western B.C., he found  nests of Smith's longspur, the  snow bunting and the arctic  loon. In the Peace River he  came up with a nesting blue  iay and a surf scoter. I think  that it's all a plot to keep us  buying new field guides every  vear.  Wayne Diakow asked me to  pass on that he will be down  for the Christmas Bird Count.  He says Hi to all and looks  forward to returning here.  Beach closures.  You've probably read by  now that Gibsons council is  putting forward a proposal to  impose a curfew on the local  beaches. This is to stamp out  vandalism.  If they pass this law, then  they may as well arrest me  right now, because I will be  breaking it. Usually about a  couple of times a year, I feel  like a walk on the beach in  the wee hours ofthe morning.  If Gibsons has come to the  stage where they will not allow  me my moonlight walks, then  I feel they should either be  brought to task on it, or look  forward to turning this beautiful area into a lobotomised  subdivision kingdom. In which  case most of the interesting  people, and myself will be  looking for greener pastures  where freedom is more than a  word in the dictionary.  Herons.  In the past couple of weeks,  at least two sick great blue  herons have been found. One  of them died, the other was  nursed back to where it took  off into its world again. This  was due to the TLC by Mr. and  Mrs. Ivittson who live on a  trimaran in Porpoise Bay.  Both birds appeared to be  suffering in the same way.  They had lost most of their  control in their legs. From his  talks with the conservation  officer, Ivittson found that it  may be one of three things,  rickets from a lack of nutrition, starvation, which is not  too uncommon when the  voung birds are unsuccessful  in fending for themselves, or  mercury poisoning. Let's hope  that it was one of the first  two, but it would be a good  idea for us all to keep our eyes  open for any further cases.  Where die flah lie.  A certain lady, who doesn't  want me to disclose her  identity, picked up a 30 pound  spring salmon while walking  on Gower Point with her dog  last week. Since the fish was  obliging enough to offer itself  up, the lady wrapped it in her  shirt and struggled home with  it. This could be an indication  that the fishing is finally  picking up. From talking with  the various marinas, this  would seem to be the case.  Pauline at Irvines Landing  reported some nice springs  in the eight to ten pound  range off Quarry Bay and  northern cohos at theA-frame  and Scotch Fir Point. '  Lord Jim's is getting about  a 25% average of nice northerns. Try Epsom Point,  Merry Island off Pirate Rock.  Merrill at Hyak in Gibsons  picked up a couple of nice  cohos last Wednesday off  Camp Byng. At one point he  had a triple-header going, but  the line and the motor shaft  became a bit too chummy.  The cohos in the Roberts  Creek area are up near the  surface in the top 15 to 20  feet.  Sewell's in Horseshoe Bay  reports spotty fishing. They  recommend Seal Rocks or  Passage Island. The flsh there  are down deeper, in the 50 to  75 foot range.  Mooching is still showing  the best results.  Odds 'n ends.  There have been a couple of  reports of deer in the village  of Gibsons in the past couple  of days. They must know that  the hunting season is open  and are coming into the village  where there is a no-shooting  bylaw.  If you've had hummingbird  feeders (yuchl) out this  summer, take them in soon,  so that the poor birds don't get  fooled into delaying their trip  south.  That's all, so if you want to  contact me, call 886-2622,  886-7817 or 886-9151. Ta.  This young great blue heron was nursed back to health by the  Ivittsons, on board their trimaran in Porpoise Bay.  AlilDDRIi  CEDRR  I1UI  ICtf      Product of Brltiih 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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FLOOR COVERINGS  Carpets - Tiles- Linoleums - Drapes  Hwy. 101, Gibsons Cowrie St., Sechelt  886-7112 885-3424  I MISC. SERVICES I  UPHOLSTERY  ALL REUPHOLSTER1NG DONE  Boat Tops & Seats  1339 Wharf Road.  Sechelt. B.C. 885-5216  Village Tile Co.  CERAMIC TILE SALES AND INSTALLATIONS  3ox65  Sedien- ���  Joe Jacques  Phone  885-3611  %  Bobcat service  "Half Loader Will Travel"  tifftt kcms nuchim  HIlCaiMCflflB     885-8825  Harbour Chimney Cleaning  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST  Fireplaces Furnaces Oil Stoves  Customers from the 8S6 exchange call collect  QUALITY HOME   <���**_��  BUILDING BY       irnBsrfHIl  FLEETWOOD CONST. LTD.  Emil 886-7196        Box 1503 Gibsons, B.C.  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Industrial  and Body Shop Supplies  Sechelt    885-5181  PACIFIC-O-FIBERGLASS  FIBERGLASS LAMINATING - REPAIRS  BOATS-SUNDECKS, ETC.  14 years experience 885-2981  ECCLESIV00D W00DBUTCHHS  We Specialize in Creative Projects  Fences. Decks, Cottages, Additions  Phone John at 885-2015 evenings.  /A ������������������������  Holland Electric Ltd.  9) # Bill Achterberg  J_>        886-9232   ANDREASSEN    ELECTRIC  IGIBSONS CO I Serving Ihe Sunshine Coait  111 el Kit Al CONTRACTOR  Per Andreassen 886-9439  General Delivery Granthams Landing. B.C.  TREE TOPPING  VIEW DEVELOPMENTS LTD  Clean up your wooded areas.  Remove lower limbs tor VIEW.  Top tall trees adjacacent to building  Marv Volen  886-9597  I PAINTING I  BOB CARPENTER  PAINTING CONTRACTOR:  COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL  , 886-2516  Professional Work At Reasonable Cost  il JOE DAVIS ^Svrv  jjg PAINTER & DECORATOR   LL^  R.R. 2 Lower Rd., Gibsons 886-8291  ��*Upholsterers  Serving Sunshine  Coast and Vancouver  883-9901 All Furniture - Marine - Boat Tops  Tom Flieger    Phone 886-7868  LECTRICAL  ONTRACTING  Box 214 Gibsons. B C  VON 1VO  R. & J. SERVICES LTD.  Repair & Rebuilding of:  ALTERNATORS ��� STARTERS ��� GENERATORS  Paine Rd., Gibsons 886-9963  I CABINETS I  HEATING  Terry Connor  PAINTINGCONTRACTO,  Boxr, i o. Gibsons, ur  I RESTAURANTS I  YOU1L NEVER RUN OUT!  Audrey's Cones Seruice  Office & Restaurant Coffee  Supplies & Equipment  885-3716  THOMAS HEATING  OIL BURNER SERVICE    oqc 7111  Complete Instrument OOO'/lll  set-up ot furnace  Chinese 4 Western Food Licensed Premises  Tuesday to Sunday  Lunch: 11:30 a.m. ��� 4:00 p.m. Dinner:   4:00 p.m ��� 9:00 p.m.  Chinese Food now on Lunch Menu  Lower Gibsons 886-9219     Take Out Available  CARPET-CABINET-CERAMIC CENTRE  Open Than. ��� Sat. to a.m. - s p.m.  Howe Sound Distributors Ltd.  North Road. Gibsons, B.C. 886-2765  Conversion   Windows,   Class,  Auto  & Marine  Glass, Aluminum Windows & Screens, Mirrors  Hay 101 & Pratt Rd.    ICG CANADIAN PROPANE  LTD.  Hwy. 101   Sechelt between St. Mary's  Hospital and Forest Ranger s Hut. 885-2360  Mon.-Fri.   8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sat.   9 a.m. - 5 p.m  PENDER HARBOUR restaurant  CANADIAN AND CHINESE FOOD  Made:ra Part. Shopp.nq Centre  Eat in & Weekdays       11:30 a.m. - 9:00 pm  TaKe out Friday  \~in\   11:30 a.m. - II00 p.m.  883-2413      Sunday 4:00 p.m. - 9:00 p��>  Ban*  ^uiaH 18  Coast News, September 23,1980  On the  Seafood Platter  by Chak-Chak  There should be tuna in  Gibsons this week if our  local fishermen were fortunate  enough to hit a school of these  ocean migrants that follow  such irregular paths and  schedules. Their movements  seem to be dictated by the  availability of the pelagic  fish on which they feed, such  as mackerel, herring, sardines  and squid.  Tuna, Albacore and Bonito  and large members of the  mackerel family. A few are  no longer than the Pacific  Mackerel, but thc giant  tunas are the largest of thc  bony fishes with a few fish  reaching 1500 lbs. Tunas  swim in schools like thc small  fish they feed on and when a  fisherman locates the tuna  he sends out a call to the rest  of the fleet in order that  the fish will remain 'chummed' by all thc feathered lures  ottered by the fishermen. A  mad frenzy of feeding fish and  toiling fishermen ensues until  suddenly the tuna depart and  must be re-located in another  Dlace.   Truly   a   commercial  fisherman's sporting fish.  The Pacific Albacore is the  species most likely to be  brought into Gibsons, and run  about 15 to 20 lbs. They are  brought in on ice and may be  cooked fresh or may be frozen  for later use. Most people  prefer to can tuna for winter  use as it provides an oil rich  protein. The price this season  is about $1.50 per Ib. in the  round.  'Canned Tuna'  Cut the fish into small  pieces and bake in thc oven  on cookie sheets or aluminum  foil pans for about 'A an hour  at 250 deg. to 275 deg. Remove from oven and pack into  iars with some of the melted  oil depending on your personal preference about 1  tblsp. per jar. Before placing  the fish in the jars remove the  dark meat and skin and keep it  for your dog or cat. Process  the jars in a pressure cooker  for 90 minutes at 12-15 lbs.  pressure.  Perhaps you would like to  try   tuna   prepared   in   the  Japanese manner. Once you  have cultivated a taste for  Sashimi (thinly sliced, uncooked fish), you will regard  it as a most refreshing dish.  The traditional way of  serving Sashimi is to arrange  rows of thinly sliced fish on  a bed of shredded white  radish (daikon) or substitute  finely shredded cabbage and  carrot. A dab of hot green  horseradish paste (wasabi)  is placed on the side. You  should provide a little sauce  dish in which you mix the  wasabi with soy sauce for a  dip. If you can't find wasabi,  vou can make a paste by  blending 4 tsp. dry mustard  with 3 tsp. water until smooth.  Garnish the platter with  sprigs of parsley.  Hope you are able to  purchase one or more of  these beautiful fish or perhaps  a piece to try from the fish  market. But remember if  someone comes up to you and  says how do you tun'a fish?  Vou should know the answerl  Sea you.  Police news of the week  Citizens in the community  are organizing a reward for  information connected with  the death of Marnie Jamieson.  Marnie was last seen alive on  the evening of August 7th, in  Davis Bay where she was hitch  hiking.  For more information, call  the Sechelt RCMP.  Sechelt RCMP report seven  break-ins to private homes  during the past week. Household articles, stereos and  firearms were taken.  September 13th: Four men  are facing a total of 13 charges  after an incident on the  waterfront section of the  Indian Land in Sechelt, in  which a police officer was  assaulted.  September 15th: The building site at the Kiwanis  Village in Gibsons was vandalized. Damage is estimated  at$500.  September 16th: A child's  watch was found near the mall  in Sechelt. The owner can  identify it at the Sechelt  RCMP station.  September 17th: The windows were smashed at the  Family Centre in Wilson  Creek. A youth is presently in  custody and charges are  pending.  September 18th: Charges  are pending after a domestic  dispute on the Indian Land in  Sechelt in which an adult male  was stabbed. Sechelt RCMP viously from a car lot in  recovered a vehicle which had Vancouver. Three men are in  been  stolen  two days  pre-   custody.  Guess Where  The usual prize of $5.(10 will be awarded for the correct location of  the above. siTiL>;>i|��,.entries to the Coast News, Box 460,  Gibsons, last ��,iT, (miner was Lyn Kinsey, Box 745, Gibsons,  who correctl) identified and located the side window of the  Cedars Inn on Shaw Road.  Halfmoon Bay  STOVES  Welded Steel Airtights  886-2908  Custom work done.  The Only Way To Go!  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'������;"��  t'-l  ���;���          *"S^-V  ���    ���          ,               '          '���'  h<^l  m                    ���muni                                                 '^I^^H  ���hhur' ..       - ?���  '  -  ���.-' '    September ��, 1980 ,, >���  ���       Volume 3. NwntarM    ���  One of the many picturesque bays which combine to make the Pender Harbour area among the world's  acknowledged beauty spots. photo by John Burnside  LONDON NOW  TOPS IN COST  London, England is now the most expensive major city in the world for business  visits.  London's Financial Times' annual survey, correlated from business travel  around Ihe world, says high hotel accommodation prices and an increase in the value  of sterling have moved London from llth in last year's survey to first place this year,  outpacing Tokyo that stood at the top in 1979.  HOW THE  OTHER HALF LIVES  What can you give someone who already has a Cartier watch, a Morgan sports  car and a private Lear jet?  Why not the ultimate status symbol, a French Chateau?  A really grand chateau might set you back around 25 million francs, ($7,250,000  Cdn.). A "run of the mill" property would cost a mere 1.5 million francs, ($435,000  Cdn.). For the rich handyman, you might pick up a chateau for less than 1 million  francs, ($290,000 Cdn.), providing you are prepared to spend a good deal repairing  centuries of neglect.  Americans buy about one third of all chateaus, reports FIABCI. Other recent  buyers have been a Chinese businessman and a British dress designer, Laura Ashley. Sunshine Coast Realtor, September 19, 1980  PENDER HARBOUR  REALTY LTD.  Highway 101 at Francis Peninsula Rd.  883-2794  New Low Rates on House Insurance  MADEIRA PARK: Here's a good buy... Large lot within  easy walk to stores and Government dock. It has water  connected and power pole. Price is just $10,500.  WARNOCK RD: Here's a lot most people want. It's level,  nicely treed and has perfect soil for gardening and septics.  It's 70' x 208' and priced at $16,500.  WATERFRONT: 2 adjacent 4 acre parcels with deep  water and quiet moorage. Buy both for $115,000...  Separately $60,000. each.  WATERFRONT:  Approximately  4 acres with  protected, deep moorage and 850 sq. ft. house. Some  outbuildings. F.P. $92,000. (Can be bought with two  adjacent waterfront parcels giving 12 acres in all.  Excellent investment.)  LOT - Level cleared and ready to build on. Water and  power - paved road - pleasant location - just $15,000  F.P.  HIGHWAY ACREAGE: Here's a good investment  property - 6.7 acres on Highway 101 close to Madeira Park.  $35,000 (try offers).  VIEW ACREAGES: Several excellent parcels with good  soil and privacy. Priced from $19,000. to $27,000, with  good terms.  John Breen  883-9978  Jock Hermon  883-2745  REAL  ESTATE  hb GORDON AGENCIES ltd.  31 Years At Cowrie St., Sechelt  PHONE  885-2013  Box 123, Sechelt, B.C.  OWN YOUR OWN ENTIRE  DISTRICT LOT  No. 4282. Approximately 1400 (t. on Mixal Lake.  Small creek. Irvines Landing Road runs from the  northeast corner at the lake to the southwest comer,  close to Lees Bay, THE salmon fishing spot. Signs on  both ends of road. Excellent group'venture. F.P.  $180,000.  RUBY LAKE: Urge corner lot. $9,900.  UPLAND RD. TUWANEK: Small creek on this  interesting lot. Only $7,500. Offers please.  McCULLOUGH RD. WILSON CREEK: Approx.  S acre. View building site  WESCAN  Smuggler:  Noble  ,000  dpot  bordering on  10,700. Phone Jack  SAMRON RDJMfrtE��HELT  View lot jdtdf J%toL,l*'90 x 140. Treed.  Offered atV  SKANA DRIVE, SANDY HOOK: Interesting  deep lot with ravine at back. F.P. $14,900. Trade  equity for Greater Vancouver property?  FOR LEASE  1. WHARF RD. - (McCRADVS PLACE)  1728 sq. ft. steel and block building. House  and cabin. 98' x 194' lot.  2. WHARF ROAD ��� (FORMER SHOE  REPAIR)  House & shop. Large lot.  SAKINAW LAKE ���  RUGGLES BAY  Attention sun lovers. Two homes on  this prime lake acreage facing west.  Both homes are cedar, vaulted  ceilings, fireplace, large decks at the  water's edge, and much much more  on 7 acres of lease land.  SAKINAW LAKE  PRIVATE RUSTIC RETREAT  RIGHT AT THE WATER EDGE!  Wonderful warm swimming, fishing.  Sleeps 2 or 8. 150' waterfront, with  docks. 1.7 acres of Govt. Lease Land,  water access only. Offered at $26,500.  GIBSONS - GOWER PT. ROAD (West of  Pratt Rd.) New, Hot Tub, Skylights, Cedar,  Southwest superb view. Three bedrooms, two  fireplaces, three baths. S/C ground level suite. Details  from John Wilson.  7?~?  !!PB I     faW  WH1TAKERRD  Two bedroom base  store. Sunny exposure. $48,500  me ''.. block to beach and  MEMBER SUNSHINE COAST REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION  JACK NOBLE 883-2701    H.B. GORDON     PATRICIA LINDSAY 885-2591    JOHN WILSON 885-9365 Sunshine Coast Realtor, September 19, 1980  IOJ  BLOCK  BROS.  203 - 14th Street,  West Vancouver, B.C.V7T2P91  INVESTMENT HOLDING  OPPORTUNITY  3 continguous building lots, 3 with potential I  view. They are across the road from and [  overlooking the prestigious new Gibsons future  Marina complex. You can purchase these lots  individually or as a whole. Priced (mm $22,500  to  $32,000.  Call  for more details and |  opportunity to view.  LIGHTS OF NANAIMO  This modest, immaculate ocean view home is  located on the West Sechelt Waterfront  overlooking Ihe Trail Islands and Straits of  Georgia. The property is surrounded by  beautiful gardens and terraced' landscaping  extending towards the ocean. A gradual  winding path is your access to a level beach.  This rare and hard to (ind properly would make  an ideal retiremenl or small family home. Priced  .it $137,500. Please call for more information  and appointment to view.  INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY  HALFMOON BAY - GENERAL STORE  AND POST OFFICE  Would you like a yield in excess of 10% on your  investment, which would also provide you with  1st class living accommodatioyfltonsiderable  fringe benefits, ownership oi>��l^nle property  plus numerous opportumfl�� Tor expansion.  Present owners nett^9ywft yield plus on  presenl Gross inc^e after an 11% allowance  for depreciatioi^5fi(Is unique and diversifiec  business opg3utiity is well located in th(  centre qf^AJPbpular and well known sport:  fishing a\r. It is the one and only store in ar  area that is steadily expanding. The property  also contains large rental or storage facilities  Owners will carry some financing with  satisfactory covenant. Priced at $160,000.  ^>  ISLAND IN THE SUN  This beautiful 5 acre island is located on the  Sunshine Coast in Ihe middle of the protected  walers of Pender Harbour. The properly is  naturally treed with numerous trails in a park  like setting. It has a 1 1/2 storey (1,860 sq. ft.]  renovaled log home complete with attractive  furnishings, all appliances, sauna, pool room  and guesl cottage ��� PLUS, PLUS. There is a  large, new deep-water wharf that will accomodate a 50' vessel and two smaller craft.  The island has a steady water supply and is  equipped with hydro and telephone. Priced firm  at $400,000   ~w  INVESTMENT  Would you like a yield in excess of 30% on your  investment? This business (a coin laundry)  showed a yield of 26% on gross income last year  for present owner after allowance for major  capital replacement expenditures.  The business is located in a steadily expanding  area on the main highway near the community  business intersection. This well run coin  laundromat is a self-employment opportunity  requiring minimum time and effort to operate.  The equipment is in top condition and paved  parking is available for a minimum of 20  vehicles. Expansion was contemplated by  present owner, and tentative approval has been  given to accommodate this and a long-term  tenant. The vendor fan equipment technician)  will provide regular preventative maintenance  inspection for a minimal retainer, if purchaser so  desires. Financial statements available to bona  fide purchaser. Price $38,000.  This well-constructed, partially built home is 1  located in sundrenched Porpoise Bay with a I  potential view of beautiful Sechelt Inlet with I  beach access close by. Present owner's plans I  have changed and he will not be able to I  complete this quality home. With sub-trades I  you could complete this house with some of I  your own preferences in a relatively short time.  This property is available to you for the owner's |  approximate cost of $49,900.  NELSON ISLAND (WATERFRONTAGE) I  ESTATE SALE  This .83 acre waterfront gov't lease lot is located I  in Telescope Passage. It has a domestic water I  lease & is close lo wharfage. This property was I  assessed at $12,800 (or 1979. Sale Price f  $12,500. Call me and we will look al ihis or  together,  FISHERMAN'S SPECIAL  How often when fishing your favourile walers  have you thought, "It cei lainly would be nice to  have a place here!" Well, the present owners did  just that al Egmont'sbounliful fishing grounds.  First, they acquired a government lease on an  immediate waterfront lol, then transported over  by boat the materials to construct this modern  two storey, six room A-frame home with a  majestic view of Egmont and Jervis Inlet. There  is also a new private wharf with metal walkway  and deep water moorage. Price $65,000.  .Harold Jacques Res.885-902;  COAST  MOBILE  Dealers for  GLEN RIVER ��� MODULINE ��� MANCO  SEE US TO BUY - SEE US TO TRADE  CONSIGN YOUR MOBILE HOME FOR  QUICK SALE.  IN STOCK NOW!  FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY  GLEN RIVER Front Entry 3 bdrm. 1008 sq. ft.  Complete with fridge, stove, dishwasher,  carpets, drapes  IN STOCK NOW!  FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY  MODULINE CHANCELLOR - 1152 sq. ft.  2 bathrooms, 3 bedrooms, fridge, stove,  carpets, drapes, dishwasher  ORDER YOUR 14' WIDE OR DOUBLE  WIDE HOMES  MANY MODELS AND FLOOR PLANS  TO CHOOSE FROM  COAST MOBILE HOMES LTD.  (cross tram Benner's Furniture in sechell  885-9979 MDL6393 885-9979 Sunshine Coast Realtor, September 19, 1980  FALL SCHEDULE  HORSESHOE BAYLANCDA1E  Effective Monday, September 15-Tuesday,  October 14,1980, inclusive:  Lv Horseshoe Bay  morning 6:35 am, 7:40,10:10,11:30  afternoon 12:25 pm, 2:45,5:05,5:30  evening      7:15 pm, 9:30,11:30  Lv Langdale  morning     6:20 am, 7:40,9:00,11:15  afternoon 12:35 pm, 1:35,3:55  evening      6:10 pm, 6:35,8:25,10:30  Effective Wednesday, October 15-Tuesday,  December 16,1980, inclusive:  Lv Horseshoe Bay  morning     7:40 am, 8:30,10:10  afternoon 12:25 pm, 2:45,5:05  evening      6:45 pm, 7:15,9:30,11:30  Lv Langdale  morning     6:20 am, 9:00,9:30,11:15  afternoon 1:35 pm, 3:55  evening      6:10 pm, 7:50,8:25,10:30  ELIZABETH RAINES  Sales Representative  1. WHITTAKER RD - DAVIS BAY  Two large fully serviced lots wit^artial view of Vancouver  Island. Lots measure 69^&5^fld 71' x 150' approx. l'/2  blocks from beach a��<TbaBr1aunching. Maybe purchased  separately or with Sl^Mtig lot. Asking $18,900 per lot.  Contact Elizabeth Rallies 3244621 (24 hours) - 886-7061.  2. POPLAR LANE  Neat and cozy three bedroom home. Two years old. Lot size  66' x 110' sq. ft. with home haviltflpO sq. ft. of living space.  Features separate dinitWTw^lcnly landscaped yard, and  concrete driveway. ^A[^ignbourhood. Only 2 blocks to  schools and shopping3sking $55,000. Call Elizabeth Raines  324-4621 (24 hours) - 886-7061.  3. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  Newly listed carpet and cabinet making business. Centrally  located in Gibsons. Good potential. Listing salesperson has  financial details. Asking $16,900 plus stock. Call Elizabeth  Raines 324-4621 (24 hours) - 886-7061.  4. BE YOUR OWN BOSS  If you enjoy children and earning money, this is the business  for you. Ideally situated in good traffic area of Gibsons.  Excellent potential for the right person. Present owner wishes  to retire. Asking $28,000 with stock extra. Call Elizabeth  Raines 324-4621 (24 hours) - 886-7061.  AELBERS  REAL ESTATE  886-9238  Van. Toll Free  922-7814  Harry M. Howard  Rcs.886-7307  Located at the Old Granthams Landing Store  Marine Drive, Box 1189,  Gibsons  CAPA  APPRAISALS  INC.  COMMERCIAL RENTAL SPACE ON HIGHWAY 101  675 sq. ft. corner location, fully finished well suited for after hours convenience store. Lease  includes heat. Share of taxes and utilities on top of monthly rent of $365.00-  OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE IN SAME COMMERCIAL BLOCK  625 sq. ft. at $235.00 per month which includes heating. Share of taxes on sq. ft. basis and  utilities are separate.  GIBSONS - HIGHWAY 101 $135,000  2.02 acres of potentially commercial property in a prime location. Treed, level with 40 ft. frontage  on Highway 101 and 627 ft. on Mahan Road. The properly has an excellent exposure to traffic on  both sides of the main thoroughfare on the Coast.  GRANTHAMS LANDING - WATERFRONT $45,000  Two cabins on 67' x 117' waterfront lease lot. Upper cabin has fantastic view of the water. Lower  cabin is right at the water's edge. Vendor will assist in financing.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  EARLS COVE FERRY TERMINAL  Same owner since ils creation in 1973. Fully licensed restauranl and store. Good owner's  accommodation. Completely self conlained except for electricity and telephone. The operation  has always been and shall remain a money maker lo an enterprising individual. Owner prepared  to carry good firsl mortgage. II and when you wan! In become independent, you can not forego  this opportunity.  WATERFRONT SECLUSION  Earl's Cove area & Skookumchuck Narrows. Approx. 2100 ft. waterfronl and 32 acres, 2 acres  cleared. Access by waler, wilh good ramp and float in place. Rough road through Crown Land  for (our wheel drive, which could be improved {Length: 5500 ft. in total).  Improvements are 1071 sq. ft. ��� 2 bedrooms ��� full balh, Living room, dining and kilchen.  Fireplace ��� Sundeck on three sides ��� Floor to ceiling windows. Buill in 1974.  Also a 510 sq. ft. 1 bedroom older, but renovated caretaker cottage.  Water by gravity feed - Electricity by light plant.  This offer includes all furnishings except personal belongings.  BARGAIN HARBOUR  11.6 ACRE ISLAND WITH ALL SERVICES & HOUSE $265,000.  At the entrance of Pender Harbour. Privacy ��� Good access from the mainland; Al low tide, one  could almost walk to it. Protected moorage. All services, including Regional Water. Complete  natural surroundings. A four wheel drive included to take you from the landing to a Panabode  house which is located on the top of the island overlooking the Strait of Georgia. South-westerly  exposure.  SANDY HOOK ROAD - NORTHWESTERLY EXPOSURE  LOT 16,17,18 $12,500 EACH  Three legal entities with a 10 ft, gazetted but not constructed lane along lot 18. This lane gives  good access from Deerhorn Drive. Any improvement has unobstructed view over Sechelt Inlet.  Water and Hydro present. Percolation for septic tank is good. Total size of all three bts is 189.26  x 150 equalling 28389 sq. ft. or 0.65 acre.  CARMEL PLACE - TUWANEK - 2 LOTS $13,000 & $16,500  Westerly exposure ��� View over Sechelt Inlet. Large in size, allowing two residences. Services  available ��� One lot (0.6 acres) has small creek. Well treed & driveway in. Within walking distance  of good beach and boat launching. 12 min. drive from Sechelt.  SECHELT - PEBBLE CRESCENT $67,000  1456 sq. ft. home. Living room, dining room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a study.  Partly finished basement with 2 room office and space for a rec room. Sundeck and carport. All  situated on a level lot within walking distance to all services. Sale is subject to court approval.  GIBSONS WATERFRONT $112,000  A well maintained house on a beautifully landscaped lot in the bay area of Gibsons. 60 ft. of  beautiful waterfront. 3 bedrooms, super large kitchen and living room. 200 amp. service. Small  workshop in the basement.  VIEW - SOUTHERLY EXPOSURE - SPACE & UNIQUE HOUSE  BAYVIEW ROAD OFF REDROOFFS ROAD  This unique' improvement is offered fully completed. Owner is one ol Ihe principals ol a very well  respected construction lirm, and will complete under signed contract. Situaied On 0.55 acre 157  x 160 wilh a southerly exposure and excellent view ouer Strail of Georgia Design and actual  construction is completely away from lire normal standard and can only he viewed as wry  superior  WILSON CREEK - TSAWCOME PROPERTIES $48,000  <! block to one ol the nicest beaches on the Coast. 1320 sq. II. home. 3 bedrooms, den, living  room with Franklin lireplace. Dining room, 2 lull bathrooms, paved road, underground services.  75 x 100 II. fenced and landscaped lol. Vendor will prepay lease lor 36 years. Assumable  mortgage.  ACREAGE SAKINAW LAKE  37.5 ACRES - 2400 FT. WATERFRONT $282,000  The ideal combination of over 1000 It. of level waterlront with Westerly exposure. A 1400 sq. ft.  older house, the plumbing and wiring are brand new. Interior lo be finished with gyproc. Over 8  acres cleared, creek through properly with water rights. Also on properly is an older cabin. The  four legal entities making up the 37.5 acres are allowed to develop as a campground. Hydro and  telephone are on site. Subject is short distance via gravel road from Hwy 101. Location is second  lo none. Sunshine Coast Realtor, September 19, 1980  lexander Realty Ltd.  DISTRICT LOT 6280 IS 20 ACRES AND  LOCATED IN MIDDLE POINT AREA: on  upper side of Highway 101 with goodviewanda  new access just put in by owner. Asking  $87,500.  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.  EGMONT: over 10 acres of choice property  adjoining Skookumchuk trail just seconds away  from Gov't dock and other services, property  has legal access from trail. Asking $56,000.  GARDEN BAY WATERFRONTAGE: Lot  10, D.L. 2226 has 100' waterfrontage with 6 b/r  older home and excellent view of harbour. Deep  water moorage with piles, good blacktop  access. $165,000.  EGMONT: 32 acres of choice land, with  foreshore lease, 23 in land and 9.5 in foreshore  lease, ideal for marina or private retreat, the  best in the area. $370,000.  APPROXIMATELY 3 ACRES WITH 380"  WATERFRONTAGE IN BLIND BAY: With  furnished 2 b/r home & 3 floats, 40' each. House  equipped with telephone and small generator.  Fresh water and many other extras all for  $43,500.  SUNNVS HAIR BOUTIQUE IN MADEIRA  PARK: conveniently located in the shopping  centre, a thriving business that has been rapidly  growing over the years, owner raising family and  would still work part time.  LOT 12 IN GARDEN BAY: is approx.'/_ acre  located on Sinclair Bay Rd. between Whittakers  and Hotel Lake. Has good view with driveway  in, sign on property, good value for $18,000.  CENTRE HARDWARE IN MADEIRA  PARK: This modern store in fast growing  community located in main shopping centre in  Madeira Park... unlimited potential.  FOR RENT: Madeira Park grocery store  formerly known as "Holiday Market". All  fixtures included. A much needed store in  rapidly growing community. Call for further  information.  38.8 ACRES AT LANGDALE: With gentle  slope, stream on property, zoned for 5 acre lots.  Reasonably priced at $155,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA WATERFROIVT-  AGE: has 9.3 acres with approx. 325  waterfrontage 66' dedicated undeveloped road  allowance alongside, has a small cottage for  privacy, as waterfront is tidal some dredging  would be required on this beautiful property all  for $175,000.  S83-2491  P.O. Box 10, Madeira Park, B.C. VON 2H0  W -Waterfront  H -Homes  A - Acreage  R -Recreational  F - Farms  HOMES  Bus. 885-5171  Box 1188, Sechelt,  B.C. VON 3A0  "Your Real Estate Hosts  on the Sunshine Coast"  WHEN THE SKY IS A BRIGHT  CANARY YELLOW... No. 225  You'll enjoy this country home even more.  This lovely contemporary two storey 2300  sq.'ft. home ��� 1150 up and 1150 down has 2  bedrooms, large living room, stepsaver  kitchen, enhance by skylight, thermopane  windows, giant brick fireplace in living  room. This quality home has many other  [features. Close to good beach and  'recreation. F.P. $93,500. Call Pal 885  5171 to make appointment to view.  TEA FOR TWO & TWO  in this 2 bedroom plus  minimum maintenjH^i^iit1  de-sac. It alj  shops, sch  Call for an at  .. L205  ft. with  Spindrift cul-  ain view. Close to  Ind beach. F.P. $45,000.  itment to view.  RARE WATERFRONT L 228  105' w/panoramic view of Howe Sound from all  rooms; w/w dlb. glazed; w/w carpets; 16' brick  f/pl; 3-BR; 2 full baths with potential for extra \  bath; den 16'xll' w/2 glass walls; garage;  workshop; patio; BBQ terrace; courtyard  w/fountain; much wrought iron. $194,000. Call  Trev 886-9077.  ITS ALL UP TO YOU L 227  whether you lake this opportunity to buy or not.  Just because it has a great view shouldn't bother  you, plus ihe access road that leads to the  building site means one less obstacle. Oh!, one  more thing ihe building site is already cleared and  waiting lor you to build. Now whal are you waiting  for. Call 885-5171. F.P. $16,000  YOU'LL PACK UP  YOUR TROUBLES.... L 226  in your old kit bag and smile after you've  purchased this lot. It's 50' x 141'close to the ferry  terminal and has a view of the ocean. You can  work in the city and still enjoy the country living.  Don'l pass this up. F.P. $16,900.  EVERYTHING'S GOING  YOUR WAY L214  Especially with this '..acre lot. The road has been  put in lo the back of the properly. This terraced  lot has a view up. the inlel thai could take your  breath away. Come and build your future home  on this choice property. F.P. $12,000.  TUWANEK VIEW LOT L 223  This 4 acre lol would make a nice retreat. F.P.  $12,000.  COME ON ALONG L 232 A  Let us take you by the hand and show you this  corner lot. 64.82 x 116, Gun Club Rd. There's a lot  of potential here. Why not be part of it. F.P.  $13,500.  SOMEWHERE OVER  THE RAINBOW L 232  Lies this 64.82 x 117 lot. It's clos_> to Sechelt and  the Davis Bay beach. Make Wilson Road your  new address. Call 885-5171. F.P. $12,000.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS -  SECHELT ^-^ L 233  Esplanade watedmnftfol i*Suphme Heights,  Sechell. ��St i23%%seAfaftt hatbour. All  services. MM^.lStlTal Murphy 885 5171  for more 4ttff!s.  YOU'LL FIND YOUR THRILL L 229  on Mintie Road. This quality 3 bedroom ��� full  basement - including enclosed garage, 1549 sq. ft.  panabode home - 2 stone fireplaces. Large  sundeck with 2 car carport, landscaped, plus fruit  trees, All this on .85 acre. Serviced with regional  water, hydro, cablevision, Short walk to store,  post office and government wharf. F.P. $87,500.  Call Pat Murphy for more details and to make  appointment to view at 885 5171.  HAPPY TRAILS TO YOU L 230 |  Here is a level l_ acre on desirable Mintie Road.  Has horse barn and corral. Close to schools, I  slore, post office. Full price $23,500. Call Pat [  Murphy at 885-5171.  THERE'S A PLACE FOR YOU L 231  You'll have lots of space on this l'_ acres on  Mintie Road. Gently sloped, close to government  wharf, schools, store and post office. Locaied in  the heart ol the besl fishing area. Build your home [  in this lovely localion. F.P $33,500. Call Pat  Murphy at 885-5171.  MEMBER SUNSHINE COAST REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION  "P.T." Dahle 883-9285 Deirdre 885-9487 Pat 885-5171 Sunshine Coast Reallor, September 19, 1980  GUARD AGAINST  HIDDEN  HOUSE CONDENSATION  Blistering or peeling paint on the exterior of a house can mean poor quality or  improperly applied paint.  But it can also be a warning of possible "concealed condensation", according to a  new Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation publication. If it is, and the problem  is not remedied quickly, it could result in costly long-term damage to the wall.  "Concealed condensation should not be confused with surface condensation  that forms on cold water pipes or as frost on windows and door handles during the  winter months", says Gordon Walt, CMHC's Manager, Engineering and Inspections.  "Most dwellings experience that kind of condensation and it is easy to control merely  by opening windows and doors periodically to permit ventilation or by reducing the  level of humidity inside of the house."  Concealed condensation develops when the moist air in the house is able to find  its way to the inside of the exterior walls. This is commonly referred to as air leakage.  The moisture laden air condenses on the colder parts of the wall. If the moisture  cannot escape it settles on the wood framing members where it can cause rotting to  occur.  The same thing can happen in the attic if ventilation is insufficient to remove the  moisture from the warm air rising from the rooms below. Flat or shed roofs are  particularly vulnerable because there may be no open space at all for air circulation.  When the moist air hits the underside of the roof sheating it condenses and stays in  the roof assembly.  Mr. Walt knows of a few cases where the interior wall framing has virtually  disintegrated because of concealed condensation in houses just five years old. "At  that stage, he says, "there is no alternative but to rebuild the entire wall section  affected. And that is an expensive proposition."  | He claims that in the majority of cases, concealed condensation is the result of a  hole - perhaps even as small as a match-stick puncture - in the house's vapour barrier.  Most homes built before 1950 had no insulation installed in the walls. There was  no vapour barrier either. If there was air leakage, the moisture might condense as ice  on the exterior sheathing. However, this moisture would evaporate during the spring  months, leaving a dry wall. Generally, rotting of the wood was not a serious problem.  "Of course," says Mr. Walt, "there was a great deal of heat loss, which is why so  many thousands of these homes are being insulated today."  In contrast, the newer house is almost a "sealed envelope", mainly because ofthe  installation of the vapour barrier which is intended to prevent moisture getting into  the exterior wall cavity and the roof space where it can cause trouble.  The barrier does the job very effectively if it is carefully installed. "But if it is  punctured", Mr. Walt warns, "the moist air will force itself through to the inner-wall at  that point. The accumulation of water can be considerable. Sometimes, it will run out  under the baseboard and onto the floor, appearing as a leak from the outside.  Actually, it might only be the melting of the ice that accumulated during the heating  season."  Even when there is no hole in the barrier itself, concealed condensation can  develop if the warm air can get into the wall through any small spaces left around  electrical plugs, light switches, ceiling fixtures or pipes that penetrate the finished wall  or ceiling structure.  "It is important to recognize concealed condensation troubles early", says Mr.  Walt. "If there is one, it will usually show up during the first few heating seasons."  Besides exterior paint problems, other indications that it might exist include:  moisture or mildew staining the underside of the roof sheathing, frost or water on nails  which penetrate the sheathing, damp spots on walls or ceilings, water or ice forming  near the soffit vents and water stains around light fixtures.  In many instances, eliminating the problem can be an inexpensive and simple  matter if it is recognized in its early stages. It is a case of locating, and then sealing off  with plaster or another suitable repair product, any hole or crack in the wall or ceiling  concerned.  "In effect", Mr. Walt points out, "you are turning the wall itself into a vapour  barrier. The wall should be painted with two coats of quality paint".  However, correcting a condensation problem can be tricky if it exists in a flat or a  shed type of roof. "It is something that should be left to the experts", he advises. "In  some cases, the answer calls for increasing the amount of ventilation. In others, what  might be required is a complete sealing off of the whole roof assembly. Experimenting  by a layman could easily aggravate the problem."  The new CMHC publication, entitled "Condensation in the Home - Where, Why  and What to Do About It", has advice for overcoming both types of condensation  problems in existing dwellings as well as some techniques to help avoid the threat of  concealed condensation in new construction. The publication is written in simple,  non-technical terms and is intended for the average homeowner.  It is available, free ol charge, from all CMHC offices.  . Sunshine Coast Realtor, September 19, 1980  Box 100  Madeira Park,  B.C.  883-2233  Olli Sladey  REALTY  LTD.  Toll Free From |  Vancouver:  689-7623  Member oi Multiple Listing Service  HOMES  7  | WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE |  Jt He-?  %r m  ^5u  �� I  ��*  MADEIRA PARK 3 BR view home on  Dogwood Drive, built 1972. Master bedroom  ensuile, basement with 4lh bedroom. Covered  sundeck, carport. $79,000.  GARDEN BAY - 4 BR home, total of approx.  1728 sq. ft. on 2 levels. Large sundeck, double  arporl and nicely landscaped lol. $67,500.  CLAYDON ROAD - GARDEN BAY -  semi waterfront 2 BR home, approx. 1242 sq.  ft,, partial basement. Needs some finishing.  Adjoins private marina. $76,000.   __^___  EGMONT - 7 acres with 540 ft. low bank  waterfront. Site has been prepared for possible  use as a large WF trailer-camper park and  fishing resort. This is an excellent property  idjoining the Egmont Marina. $180,000-  Owner will finance at bank interest rate.  HIGGINS ISLAND - Approx. 26 acre treed  island with sheltered moorage. Located in False  Bay, Lasqueti Island. $185,000.  ST. VINCENT BAY - Approx. 400 ft.  waterfront, 5.97 acres, water access. $29,500.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES approx. 1,440sq.  ft. deluxe modular home. 2 BR, master BR  ensuite. Fireplace, double windows, 5 appliances & drapes. On landscaped & naturally  treed lot, close to marinas, stores and post  office. Price reduced to $64,000  EGMONT-Approx. 3.8acreswithapprox. 550  ft. low bank waterfront. Float, launching ramp  & log dump. Drilled well & pump. Considerable  land development done by owner. $165,000.  SALTERY BAY - 200 ft. fairly level  waterfront, approx, 4 acre lot, southerly  exposure. 4 BR, 1350 sq. ft. home, built 1970,  with 2 bathrooms, finished basement area. 3  appliances. Ramp & float. $110,000.  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY  \      LOTS       j  1. MADEIRA PARK  to $22,000.  serviced lots. $9,000  2. FRANCIS PENINSULA (Beaver Island) -  serviced lols. $9,900 to $14,900.  3. EARL COVE ��� Several lots to choose Irom.  Priced irom $13,000 to $21,000.  4. KENT ROAD - 1.5 acre treed parcel in  Bargain Harbour area. Hydro pole and power  on property. Existing septic tank and drainfield  could possibly be used. Only 600 ft. to public  waterfront access on Bargain Harbour.  $25,000 ��� open to offers.  5.GARDEN BAY AREA - building lots, some  with view. $9,000 - $29,000.  7. SANDY HOOK  - view lot (#45) on  Skookumchuck Road. $11,000.  8. FRANCIS PENINSULA (Beaver bland)  ��� partially landscaped lot wilh 23' travel frailer,  septic lank & drainfield. $25,000.  I  MADEIRA PARK: Approximately 2600  sq. ft. revenue building containing Post  Office, Dept. of Fisheries office and one  apartment, $125,000.   j LAKEFRONT PROPERTliij  ACREAGE  I  HOTEL LAKE - Approx. 2,200 ft. lakefront -  87 acres (more or less), merchantable timber.  $292,000.  MIXAL LAKE ��� near Garden Bay - approx.  113 acres with 1,200 ft. (more or less) lakefront.  Merchantable timber. $264,000  SAKINAW LAKE - approx. 165 ft. lakefront,  7 (more or less) acres, small cabin. Water  access only. $41,000.  SAKINAW LAKE -165 acres (more or less),  with approx. 4,840 ft. choice lakefront. Road  access from Garden Bay Road & jeep roads  throughout property. Owners would carry a  large amount by agreement for sale. $305,000.  GARDEN BAY LAKE - 46.9 acres with  approx. 2,200 ft. lakefront, situated on Garden  Bay Road and Claydon Road. Merchantable  timber. $285,000.  CONTRUCTION COMPANY  FOR SALE  in one complete unit  Situated in Pender Harbour. Approx. 16acres  of hard to find industrial land containing the  following:  One acre leased lo Readi-Mix Company,  A Gravel Pit,  32* x 80' metal clad building, divided into 3  units,  Owner's residence - 24' x 48' Moduline home,  ensuite,  The   following  construction equipment  is  included in the sale:  1970 Mack dump truck,  1975 Mack dump truck,  1980 450c John Deere Track Loader.  1979 Case Backhoe with 4 in 1 bucket.  1961 Champion Grader.  1979 John Deere 544B Wheel Loader Welder,  tools, spare parts & stock.  FULL PRICE: $450,000  Qualified purchaser could possibly assume  existing financing.   MADEIRA PARK ��� modem commercial  building, approx. 960 sq. ft. with room for  expansion. Ideal for office or retail store.  $53,000.  1. KLEINDALE, PENDER HARBOUR  approx. 90 acres ��� proposed subdivision of 14  parcels, averaging 5 acres or more (see  proposed plan at our office). Owner would  consider carrying a large amount by agreement  (or sale. An excellent buy lor $160,000 full  price.  2. Near MADEIRA PARK - 15 acres,  approx. 2150 fl. on Hwy. 101. $44,000.  3. KLEINDALE ��� Approx. 5 treed acres on  Highway 101. $21,000.  4. FRANCIS PENINSULA (Beaver Island) -  approx. .9 acre lol, partially cleared, driveway  in, septic tank & drainfield installed. $19,000.  5. HOTEL LAKE - 9.86 treed acres, semi-  watertront. southern exposure, good view. 314  ft. road froniage. $39,500.  6. NEAR RUBY LAKE - approx. 7 acre  parcel on Hwy 101, short walk to lake. Asking  $23,900.  7. KLEINDALE - approx. 2.2 acres wilh  building site cleared, good driveway, septic  permit approved $28,000.  mum* moke*  ^������^���i!itiiii>��iiiiiitiiiiii|  rvi.L.PAGK  ���������Mniililillliiimnillll  Coast to Coast  Real Estate Service  PENDER LAKES  PROPERTIES  Choice lots still available in this  desirable location. Most have view  and sunny southerly exposure.  Paved road, water and hydro.  M.L.S. Priced from $11,000 to  $29,700.  PENDFP     HflflBbUP  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149 OLLI or JEAN SLADEY,   883-2233^ Sunshine Coast Realtor, September 19, 1980  PHONE  885-2235  VANCOUVER  689-5838  (Toll Free)  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE  HOMES  HOMES  1.16 ACRE ESTATE No. 545  On Redrooffs Road with privacy and ocean view.  This West Coast Contemporary home has many  exciting features! A cozy fireplace and easy care  oak parquet floor make the sunken living room a  natural gathering place. The family room has  beautiful tile flooring, a bay window, "Casa  blanca" overhead fan, and rich built in bookcases.  All 3 bedrooms are spacious. The master  bedroom has it s own ensuite & sliding glass doors  which open onto a private deck, $89,900. Rita  Percheson 885 5706 or Lynn Wilson 885-5755.  SUNNY - WATERFRONT  - ACREAGE No. 463  Attractive 7.38 acres of well-treed, south sloping  property with over 650 feet of tidal waterfront at  Gunboat Bay. Charming rustic home of 1100 sq.  ft. has 3 bedrooms, large living room and big brick  fireplace. A foreshore lease of several acres is also  available directly in front of the property. It's a real  buy at just $134,900. Bert 885 3746 or Larry 885  9213.  ONLY 5 ACRES BETWEEN  LANGDALE AND GIBSONS No. 480  Beautiful land only 1 mile from Gibsons, 1% mile  from Langdale, 300 feet road frontage! Plus 2  bedrooms, 24 x 60 Esta Villa home with  conventional roof. Spacious living, dining room  with built-in china cabinet. Family room, all  carpeted, 2 baths. Large sundeck, chicken house  and 2 stall horse barn. Two dwellings permitted  on property, ideal (or 2 families or build your  dream home. Asking $110,000. For appointment  to view call Eva Carsky at 885-2235or 886-7126 at  any lime.  WEST COAST  CONTEMPORARY No. 544  Situated on a nicely treed view lot in West  Sechelt. Ideal home for career minded couple.  Comfortable living-dining room with vaulted  ceiling and heatilator (ireplace. Efficient kitchen  for the happy cooker. Two bedrooms off balcony  that overlooks the living area. Lots of deck space  to relax & enjoy your leisure hours. Full  basement. To view call Lynn Wilson 885-5755.  PRIVACY ON LARGE LOT No. 536  2 bedroom home with large family room, wood  stove plus Fisher insert in fireplace in living room.  Kitchen with lots of cupboards, utility room, 2  piece ensuite. Big vegetable garden plus 12 x 14  green house, carport and work shop. $61,500.  Call Eva Carsky at 886-9180 - 886-7126 or Pat  Parker 885-5615.  ...OF SHIPS AND SEALING WAX No. 502  Or would you prefer good solid quality  construction? Let me show you the plans of this  modern 1400 sq. ft. home presently under  construction on a huge 50 x 300 sloping view lot in  Sandy Hook, secure this home before prices rise  again. This will be a prestige home when  complete, so make it yours before someone else  does. The completed price including landscaping,  driveway, fencing etc. is $93,000, but make a deal  before completion and save. Bill Walkey 885-  5327.  "HANDYMAN SPECIAL  IN GIBSONS" No. 525  768 sq. ft. single side, 2 bedroom mobile home, an  addition of 768 sq, ft. has been completed to floor  joists and could be completed by someone handy  with a hammer and saw. Located on a large 70 x  220 lot. Asking $37,000. George Longman 885-  3400.  "MAKE NATURE YOUR NEIGHBOR,  THE CITY A CLOSE FRIEND"      No. 485  9.43 acres in Roberts Creek. 1520 sq. ft. 3  bedroom home with ocean view, a few extras to  mention are duck pond, barn, corral, drilled well  and wrap around sundeck. Asking price  $139,000. George Longman at 885 3400.  SECHELT STARTER No. 540  Desirable 3 bedroom family home with basement  ��� finish basement to suit your needs! Home boasts  spacious kitchen and has potential ocean view.  Ideal family home! Priced very reasonably at  $64,900 with assumable 10%% mortgage. Call  Lynn Wilson at 885-5755 or Rila Percheson at  885-5706.  WHY RENT? No. 457  1100 sq. ft., 3 bedroom home in neat and tidy  condition, nicely landscaped, covered carport,  and a good size storage shed. Plus a fantastic  ocean view, lease presently $600 per year. Asking  price $35,000, reasonable offers will be  considered. For more details call George  Longman at 885-3400.  REDROOFFS HOME No. 455  1325 sq. ft., 3 bedroom home, 3 levels modern  features galore, situated on an extra large lot  complete with large well built barn. Some  landscaping needed to create an absolutely  beautiful home. Asking price $89,900. George  Longman 885-3400 or Larry Reardon 885-9320.  VIEW WEST SECHELT No. 503  2100 SQUARE FOOT LINDAL CEDAR HOME.  4 spacious bedrooms with ample storage.  Gourmet kitchen, family room with see-through  fireplace. Features too numerous to mention. For  the ultimate in family living, Please call Leslie Fitch  at 885-9057.  REAL BARGAIN! No. 547  Comfortable 2 bedroom maintenance free home  on nicely landscaped lot within walking distance  of all amenities. Large cement patio and  workshop are just a few of the extras that can be  yours for only $52,500 firm. Call Lynda 886-8194  or 885 7352.  LEASE LAND - WILSON CREEK No. 276  2 bedroom double wide with assumable mort  gage, prepaid lease. Why pay rent, buy this with  low down payment and live happy in your own,  Asking $32,000. Eva Carsky 886-7126 or 885-  2235.  M j��j  :.Z*m5Bi>pS&m*~  GIBSONS No. 541  Looking for small acre. Privacy plus custom buill  home! Curved driveway leads to 3-bedroom post  and beam home with attached carport. Quality  ash cabinets in kitchen, skylight, L shaped dining  and living room, heat ilator brick fireplace, laundry  off the kitchen 2-pc. ensuite, Cedar ceiling  throughout the house. Patio, vegetable garden,  fruit trees $105,000. Call Eva Carsky to view this  lovely property at 886-8194 or 886-7126.  ikX  JaWb.  SECHELT TOWNHOUSES  PANORAMIC VIEW  Luxurious 2 level townliouses on the upper level are large living ���  dining room with vaulted ceiling and heatilator fireplace, also den  and powder room. Kitchen has stove, fridge, dishwasher &  garburator. The lower level has 3 bedrooms, bathroom & laundry  room with washer & dryer. Balconies on both levels where you can  relax and enjoy the spectacular view. Many other features. Priced  from $83,500 lo $88,500. Inspect these units today with Lynn  Wilson at 885-5755.  CHECK THESE POINTS! No. 457  ��� 1100 sq. ft. home in Selma Park.  ��� Fantastic ocean view.  ��� Neat and tidy condition.  ��� Covered carport.  ��� Large storage shed.  ��� HOW DO YOU LIKE IT SO FAR?  ��� Lease $600 per year.  ��� Asking $35,000 bul bring your offers.  Bill Walkey 885-5327.  IS THIS A BUY? No. 552  You bet!!! Only $49,900 for this two bedroom  1152 square foot home. A choice West Sechelt  location, close to schools, level lol, plenty of living  areas, some trees for privacy and less that  $50,000. To view call Larry or Rulh Moore 885-  9213.  CONSERVE ENERGY No. 468  This 6 bedroom home has two kitchens. 3  bathrooms, family room, large sundeck all on a  large lol. Only 5 years old and $89,500. C  Dowman 8859374.  LANGDALE No. 555  Large lamily ��� looking for value and a view. Four  bedroom full basement home with over 1700 sq.  ft. of finished floor area on each level. Basement  suite is furnished, ready (or in-laws or whatever.  Heating bills are no problem here, Franklin  fireplace in basement area does the trick.  Vegetable garden in rear helps with the food bill.  Don't miss this one at $110,000. Call Lynda 886  7552 or 886-8194.  HOBBY FARM?  9 PLUS ACRES POTENTIAL        No. 539  9 plus acres wilh polential. Executive split level  home of 2850 sq.ft. features formal dining area, 12  ft. floor to ceiling brick fireplace, 4 bedrooms and  much much more. Rented 12 x 60 mobile home  with approx. 480 sq. ft. addition included in the  asking price of $250,000. Lynda Hickman 886  7352.  LOOKING FOR QUALITY  & RURAL LIVING? No. 532  This 1300 plus sq. ft., 3 bedroom home on 2xk  acres, wilh subdivision potential is what the  discriminating buyer has been waiting for. Cedar  ceilings, sky litcs, heatilator fireplace, sunken  living room & wood windows, are just a few of the  many extras this immaculate home has to offer.  Must be seen to be appreciated $155,000. Lynda  Hickman 886 7352.  10'/,%? YES 10'/,%! No. 410  Great interest rate (or this interesting home.  Assumable mortgage of approximately $34,000.  A large family home with plenty of room and  rooms. Large lot as well. Ruth Moore 885-9213 or  George Longman 885 3400.  SPACE & PRIVACY No. 530  Are available in this large well designed home,  three bedrooms, den, large master suite, plenty of  plumbing, plenty of space. Separate recreation  room of 12 x 32 and lots of sundeck. Close to all  village conveniences and priced at only $77,000  with a good assumable mortgage. Call Larry or  Ruth Moore 885-9213.  LOOKING FOR A FAMILY No. 410  This choict West Sechelt Home comes complete  with five bedrooms, two and a half baths and a  larg? recreatioi i room. Lots of sundeck facing the  sunny south, a family kitchen and large formal  dining room. The home is located on a choice  quiet street with beach access only blocks away.  A crowning touch (or a family budget is a good  assumable mortgage. For your family's tour call  Ruth Moore 885-9213.  LYNDA HICKMAN  RITA PERCHESON  MEMBER SUNSHINE COAST    "TWO OFFICES TO SERVE YOU"  PAT PARKER LESLIE FITCH  PETER SMITH GEORGE LONGMAN    LARRY REARDON Sunshine Coast Realtor, September 19, 1980  PHONE  886-8194  VANCOUVER  689-5838  (Toll Free)  ���CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE  HOMES  uf:i  *  *W" ]    ��� m ��"*���������         i-       ���m-m  3II~ ���  ml'.  LAKESIDE RETREAT                     No. 554 mobile home, nearly new 512 sq. ft. cement floor  Enjoy this attractive package now or later asyour workshop with equipment, 444 sq. ft. "guest  retirement retreat. Ideally located facing south- cottage" and four other bldgs to round out this  west overlooking Garden Bay Lake and your desirable package. More information, to view or  shared boat moorage directly in front; you can offer on the $80,000 asking price ��� call Bert 885-  catch your share of trout anytime. Neat 916sq. ft. 3746.  ROBERTS CREEK RANCHER       No. 557  Almost an acre of Lower Road, 8 years new, 1366  sq. ft. of which 288 sq. ft. is presently under  construction. If it's privacy you want don't miss  seeing this one. Asking price $75,000 for more  information cal! George Longman al 885-2235 or  8868194.  HWY 101 ��� ROBERTS CREEK       No. 548  Would you believe that for less than $70,000 you  could get 21/. acres, a view, a workshop and cozy 2  bedroom home. Well you can! If you call Lynda or  Eva 886 8194, 886-7352 or 886-7126.  ACREAGE  WATERFRONT  1.43 ACRES No. 510  354 feet ol exclusive walerfront in Sechell! Your choice of prime  building siies on this one of a kind walerfront estate. Privacy in  prestige selting for the home builder or an excellenl investment  opportunity, SI 10,000. Lynn Wilson 885-5755.  '.ACRE No. 533  CHOICE 80' x 250' lot in desirable Redrooffs  area. Ample room for large vegetable garden and  landscaped privacy. Excellent holding property.  Only $14,000. Compare. This one won't last  long! Call Rita Percheson 885-2235.  "BETTER THAN GOLD" No. 478  Roberts Creek waterfront 95' x 675' approx.  Drive throught 600 tt. of large evergreens to the  building site of your choice. Regional water and  driveway installed. Chance of a lifetime, asking  $135,000. George Longman to view 885-3400.  5 ACRES - RUBY LAKE No. 241  Invest in your future with 5 acres at Ruby Lake.  Excellent fishing, boating and swimming, Low  price of $29,500. Leslie Fitch 885-9057 or Eva  Carsky 886-7126.  TIMBERED ACREAGE No. 315  Take advantage of the possibilities going with this  6 acre parcel on the Irvines Landing Road. Sell off  some timber if you wish and, for a building site  there's a fairly level area near the corner of the  road. All this is just minutes to excellent boating  and fishing. Just $28,500. Bert 885-3746.  A STREAM - SOME  ACREAGE & YOU No. 287  All the requirements for a country estate setting,  this 3.7 acres could be just the parcel you've been  looking for with part of the property slightly  higher than the area where the stream flows  through. On Garden Bay Road with hydro and  phone it just awaits your creative touch. Oh yes!  It's just $22,900. Bert 885-3746.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  SIT ON IT... No. 495  And you're sitting on a gold mine. Billy Barker  would have staked his claim on this one. This  Grocery Store/Hot Food Drive-In is a unique  business in the area. Year round clientele assures  a steady income that is growing and growing and  growing. The bonus on this deal is a two  bedroom, 1200 sq. ft. home with a view ot Garden  Bay. It's all there, are you interested? The asking  price is $175,000, but talk to Bill Walkey at 885-  5327.  ARE YOU A MECHANIC? No. 509  Do we have a deal for you? The only business of  its kind between Gibsons and Sechelt, a fast  growing, successful Auto Mechanical Business  and Automotive Parts Dealership. A Clientele  and business that will amaze you. The area is fast  developing, so get in the act now before it's too  late at $45,000. Bill Walkey 885-5327.  2 STORES & 4 SUITES No. 405  All suites have fabubus view of ocean and at  certain times of the year the salmon are plentiful,  just off shore. This income producing property  shows a good return while you earn appreciation.  Assume a 10% no term first mortgage $239,500.  C. Dowman at 885-9374.  LET'S GET A BUSINESS! No. 501  You're off to a good start with this growing fabric  store at an affordable price. For further details call  Lynda 886-7352,  PENDER HARBOUR $98,900 No. 350  This 8 acres zoned light industrial and/or othei  uses, has great potential. It lies almost opposite  Francis Peninsula turnoff on both sides of  Highway 101 next to the building supply and  laundromat, It has good water access and is a  fairly flat piece easily developed. Larry Reardon,  885-9320.  REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION  SKI WHISTLER THIS YEAR  Buy a condominium near the Gondola. Prices start at  $4,700.00. Call Pat for details. Days 885-2235. Evenings 885-  LOTS  YEAR ROUND VACATION No. 461  Sechelt Inlet Road, Tuwanek. Tomorrow's  dreams can be today's reality. Build your dream  hide away. Creek flowing through property.  Leslie Fitch 885 9057 or Larry Reardon 885-9320.  SELMA PARK -RARE HALF ACRE No. 508  Great lot with 150 feet of frontage, easy access to  great building site. This lot is large enough to  support the large home and swimming pool that  you always wanted. Asking $30,900. Chuck  Dowman 885-9374.  A VANISHING BREED No. 499/500  Two fine lots in the Village of Sechelt, to build or  to hold - these could be yours for only $12,900.  For further information call Larry or Ruth Moore  885-9213.  INVEST IN A LOT NOW No. 180  While the price is still reasonable. Close to beach  & boat launching. Sewer, phone, hydro and waler  available in area of better homes. $14,900. Lynn  Wilson 885 5755.  PERFECT SPOT No. 556  For a pistol packing mama! Right here on Gun  Club Road. This fine lot is 65 x 115 cleared,  excavated and ready for building. Priced at only  $12,500 so bring your mama to see it, Larry or  Ruth Moore 885-9213.  NEW ON MARKET GIBSONS  Just listed on Poplar Lane. Level building lot with  view of mountains. Short (3 blocks) walk to  schools and shopping. $18,500. Call Lynda  Hickman 886-8194, 886-7352 or Pat Parker 885-  5615.  1.13 ACRE VIEW LOT  ON REDROOFFS ROAD No. 546  \i BLOCK TO PAVED BEACH ACCESS  ROAD. 100' x 506' APPROX. BEAUTIFULLY  TREED. $25,000. RITA PERCHESON 885-5706  OR LYNN WILSON 885-5755.  ATTRACTIVE BUILDING SITE No. 403  Well located with a view up the inlet from it's  Skookumchuck Drive location, it requires your  imaginative touch to develop it into an attractive  homesite. Asking $12,000. Bert 885-3746.  ACT NOW No. 462  Don't miss this opportunity to own a half acre,  ocean view property for only $13,500- Wilson  Creek location is handy to Sechelt and to Ihe  finest beach on the Peninsula. Pat Parker 885-  5615.  A PRIVATE SPOT No. 383  A perfect lot lor someone who wants to be right in  the Village of Sechelt and close to all  conveniences. Just blocks to shops, schools &  beaches. Extra large lots of trees and rocks and  priced al just $15,900. Larry or Ruth Moore 885-  9213.  WEST SECHELT  DERBY * NORWEST BAY ROADS  No. 322 4 324  There is a choice ol fine lots, cleared lots or lots  in their natural state. Same have good views,  sizes and prices vary but buy now and build the  home of your choice. On Norwest Bay Road  Lots 33,34 & 35 are $ 15,500. On Derby Road  Lot 20, $19,900. Larry Reardon 885-9320  Grtutjc.  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE  AGENTS FOR  M.D. MACKENZIE LIMITED    .  uiSSS  Plans and Brochures available  FREE ESTIMATES  Coll Larry Moore 885-2235  INFLATION HEDGE No. 292 & 293  Whatisbetterthanan investment in land? Take a  look al these Village lots. 60 x 130 approx. water,  hydro & telephone available. Close to downtown  Sechelt. Priced al $10,900. Lynn Wilson 885-  5755.  PRICE - YOU BET!!  Several Sandy Hook and Tuwanek lots are still  available, some with view some without. All  available on terms and top price is only $12,500.  For investment or recreation. Call Larry or Ruth  Moore 885-9213.  WEST SECHELT No. 549  Great building site on Norwest Bay Road. All  services   available   except   sewer.   Close   lo  shopping and schools. Asking only $13,500. Pat  Parker 8855615  HENNESSEY TOOTLED  THE FLUTE No. 257  Don't fiddle away your chance to purchase while  the prices are within reach - tomorrow who  knows how much higher? South slope view  towards ocean. Near easy paved sea access.  Large 148 x 85 lot just couple of miles from Village  central shops $24,500. "Tiny Bob" 885-9461.  ocm**0**''  YOU CAN SEE FOREVER... No. 487  From this prime half acre view lot in Sandy Hook.  Unobstructed view of Sechelt Inlet gives you the  feeling of being on top ot the world. Cleared,  driveway in, water in, where's your home? The lot  is waiting at $18,000. Bill Walkey 885-5327 or Pal  Parker 885-5615.  GATEWAY TO MADEIRA No. 250 I  Commercial corner on Hwy 101. Roughly 8/10th  acre. Hi density traffic flow with outstanding high  profile from both roads. Feature your business |  premises here and be known!! Tinkle Tiny at 885  9461.  PRIVACY & VIEW No. 296 I  Big trees, big lot, a bit steep, but what privacy. On  cul-de-sac in Sandy Hook, 276' on short side, 132'  wide at bottom. South west exposure for the sun  and  view.   Water,   hydro & phone.  Asking !  $12,500 Call Peter Smith 885-9463 or office.  GIBSONS 886-8194 SECHELT 885-2235  BILL WALKEY RUTH MOORE  R.B. "TINY BOB" KENT  LYNN WILSON  ED BAKER  LARRY MOORE  EVA CARSKY  BERT WALKER 10  Sunshine Coast Realtor, September 19, 1980  J  SUNNYCREST  SHOPPING  CENTRE  886-2277  .    IBSONS         ^AND LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  682-1513  HOMES  R.R. #2, Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  HOMES  HOMES  SCHOOL RD: Executive home nearing  Completion in excellent Gibsons location.  Features include sunken living room, 2l.  bathrooms, double attached garage, paved  driveway, 2x6 construction, shake roof, master  bedroom with fireplace and ensuite.  MARINE DR: Two bedroom starter or  retirement home on Chekwelp Reserve.  Triangular shaped lot. Expansive view of harbour  area, could be greatly improved with just a few  modifications. $22,500  HANBURY RD: Completely fenced 4.63 acre  parcel complemented by selective clearing anil  landscaping. Approximately 3 acres in grass,  gardens, fruil Irees and meadows. The remaining  acreage in tall t imber. Year round creek and pond  are spring fed. Fenced pastures aplenty for  livestock. Comfortable 1050 square feet, Iwo  bedroom home is wood heated with electric  backup for low fuel bills. School bus stops on the  paved road out front. One of the nicest developed  pieces available, truly an idyllic spot for that  dream home. $94,900.  GOWER PT.RD: Bonniebrook area. This is the view of Georgia Strait and Vancouver Island,  home that you have been looking for. The rock Downstairs bedroom features washroom and  work and landscaping alone on this 100 x 217 bt is fireplace. All appliances are included. Many many  priceless. The home has three bedrooms, V/2 more exciting fealures. This home must be seen,  bathrooms, 2 fireplaces, deluxe wall to wall  carpeting. Southern exposure with breathtaking Phone for appointment to view. $134,900.  ROBERTS CREEK: 8.8 acre Country Estate.  Log construction, owner'built, deluxe 4 bedroom  home. Features include a forced air heating  system oil or wood fired, sauna located off the  master bedroom ensuite. Family room, custom  built kitchen, formal dining room with fireplace.  Covered by a heavy shake roof with sky-lites.  $179,000.   VETERANS RD: Exceptionally well built three  bedroom home in quiet residential area. Features  beautiful large kitchen, sunroom, quality wall to  wall throughout, fireplace. Excellent construction  and much more. This home is priced to sell  quickly. $59,900.  RICHARDS RD: Roberts Creek. Large 1356  square feet home with full basement. Four  bedrooms, three up and one down. Large living  room with stone [ireplace. J��*Haui has oak  cupboards, eating bar ^id \dirMt lighting.  Master bedroym l#s IWApiec^nsuile also a  master switc^^^s^OTlCating in the house.  Master bedro^J-TeKsonto the 50 x 8sundeck  which runs thelength of the house. In an area sale  for children and within five minutes walk to  Roberts Creek Park and beach. $69,900.  SCHOOL RD: Maintenance free Condo living  with a view. 1564 square feet of living space.  Three bedrooms, 1V_ bathrooms, large rec room,  patio. Close to shopping and schools. $45,900.  WHARF ROAD - SECHELT: Older two  bedroom home on large level lot. Some ocean  view and Village location make this an ideal  starter, retirement or investment property. All  services available. Priced at $37,900.  MARINE DR. - HOPKINS: An ideal find for the  commuter, only a 5 minute walk to the ferry! Five  .ear old three bedroom home with easy access  Dnto Marine via dual cement driveways, Almost  1800 square feet of living space in plush wall to  wall and vinyl. Beam ceiling and brick heatilator  [ireplace complement the decor and double  glazing keeps the bills down. Much improved view  from the extra large deck if option exercised. The  roses are blooming and the garden awaits your  TLC. Try your offer. $78,900.   GOWER POINT RD: 1 1/3 acre* cleared with  nice tall cedars. DouUf '.wi��~H��ne lias many  extras. Fai^ r^mVMwo<mh��ing stove and  wet bar. N%^��dJi^b*WWlh inrlosetand4  piece ensd^PvcWge Is very hard to find in this  popular area. $59,900.  GIBSONS VILLAGE: Bay area waterfront  older home. Very close to proposed marina and  existing boat launch. Very good future potential  in developing bay area. Home now vacant, use it  yourself or hold as revenue. $105,000.  COMMERCIAL  NORTH RD: Commercial lots located close to  Gibsons Village. All services. 50 x 120. Priced at a  reasonable $27,900.  MARINE DR.: Bals Block. Commercial building  in Lower Gibsons. 5 rental units generating a very  good return. Building has potential for further  development. For details contact us now.  $190,000.  finished in-law suite. All interior walls insulated for  warmth and sound. One of the peninsula's best  areas and close to school. 1740 sq. ft. up and  down make this home ideal for the large family.  Offered at $128300.  SEACOT WAY: Creekside Park Estates. Near  new three bedroom home on corner lot. Special  features include sunken living room with vaulted  ceiling and cedar and tile fireplace. Generous size  rooms make this a very comfortable home with a  good floor plan. $64,900.  HALFMOON BAY: Waterfront home. Level  waterfronl with good garden soil. Two year old  home of excellent quality. Large family kitchen,  living room has fireplace and hardwood floors.  Two large bedrooms, master with ensuite. Fully  finished ground level full basement is rented suite.  Total finished living area equals over 2700 square  feet. $135,000.  MEMBER SUNSHINE COAST  STEVE  SAWYER  886-7678  DAVE  ROBERTS  886-8040  JON  MCRAE  885-3670  LORRIE  GIRARD  886-7760  ARNE  PETTERSEN  886-9793 Sunshine Coast Realtor, September 19, 1980  SUNNYCREST  SHOPPING  CENTRE  886-2277  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  ��� IBSQNS     ���    - MJLLM  I    ���       fiQO-1513  Vand land development ltd.  po  LOTS  R.R. #2, Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  lots  lots  CARLSON PT ��� TILLICUM BAY: % acre  waterfront. 112' of low bank Crown Lease  waterfront. Safe moorage. Water available. Try to  find any water lots near this price. $12,900-  KEATS ISLAND: Ideal spot (or summer retreat  in sheltered Eastbourne area. Don't miss this  opportunity to own your own piece of this Howe  Sound Island. Serviced by summer passenger  ferry or perhaps your own boat. Priced below  recent sales for a quick sale. $7,350.  HILLCREST RD: BeauftaL large view lot in  prestige arywojffli%^. PweAio through street.  All serviceWM^gJolhrfTiew of Keats and the  Gap. CreeHt back. $23,900.  SANDY HOOK: Level corner lot with southwest exposure. Size 69 x 130 with paved road on  both sides, Power and water at site. Short  distance to beach and boat ramp. $10,500.  MOUNTAIN VIEW DR: Creekside Park  Estates. Excellent building lot in area of new  homes. This lot has 60 feet on Mountain View  Drive with other measurements of 107 x 83 x 94.  Some potential for view and bordering on  Gibsons creek ravine. $18,900.  BURNS RD,  beach and si  cleared rea<  [View lot close to  (proved. 2 levels  lading. $24,500.  CREEKSIDE PARK: Lot 14. Beautiful building  vie*i lot bordering creek in area of brand new  prestige homes. Water, cable, hydro, sewer,  paved streets and view. Vendor will consider low  down payment and 10% interest for 3 year term.  Make an offer. $18,900.  MARINE DR: 50 feet waterfront lot located on  Marine Drive. Second lot north of Fitzgeralds  Restaurant. Many possibilities exist for this prime  property. $74,500.  MOUNTAINVIEW DR: Lot 18. Nestle your  dream home in the trees on this Creekside Park  Estates lot. Borders on the creek so no one can  build behind you. Area of new homes, flat and  easy to build on. Sewer and water hook-up fees  have been paid. $18,900.  GRANTHAMS HEIGHTS: Lot overlooking  Keats Island and some view of Georgia Strait. Lot  is 76 x 170, cleared and ready to build your  custom home. Excellent residential area only one  mile from Gibsons. $19,900.  YMCA RD: Large lot in area of nice homes.  Some view of mountains. Good area for children.  $12,000.  SEAVIEW RD: Sandy Hook. Beautiful large 75 x  125 lots with unbelievable view. Regional water,  hydro, easy to build on. Vendor may carry. Try  your offers. $12,900 each.  CREEKSIDE PARK ESTATES: Recent  development in Gibsons off North Road. Very  quickly building up with some lovely homes. All  on sewer, water, hydro and all within three blocks  of schools, medical clinic and two shopping  centres.  HILLCREST RD: Large view lot on quiet cul-de-  sac in Village of Gibsons, Paved road with ali  services underground. Beautiful view of Keats  Island and Georgia Strait. $21,900.  SCHOOL RD: Nicely treed view lot in centra)  Gibsons. Zoned for duplex. Level lot for easy  construction. % acre plus. Sewer and water at  property line. $18,900.  PRATT & GRANDVIEW: Urge corner lot in  amongst executive homes. $14,900.  CREEKSIDE CRES: Lot 14. Beautiful 60 x 120  building lot with view potential in area of new  prestige homes. Paved streets and creek nearby.  $18,900.  HILLCREST RD: Beautiful large view lot in  prestige area of Village. Paved no through street.  All services underground. View of Keats and the  Gap. $19,900.  CREEKSIDE PARK: Lot 29. Urge lot close to  all amenities. Cleared level and ready to build on.  All services available. $18,900.  PRATT & CHASTER: Bare lot 67 x 123 nicely  treed. All services. Two blocks from school.  $14,500.  GRANDVIEW RD: Urge lot measures 81 x 141  with partial view. Lot has been parked-out with  driveway in and ready for your home. Area of top  quality homes. $17,900.  ALDERSPRINGS RD: Beautiful view lot in the  heart of Gibsons Harbour area. % block to  Dougal Park, 1 block to shopping. Sewer, water  and hydro to lot line. $16,900.  CEDAR GROVE   SUB-DIVISION  -?ra���  90.20  o  c  SOLD           \  SOLD  /      SOLD  '1  \   SOLD  ���  .       3  .      4  f    s  c.  10  \    11  ml  12  SOLD      ^Wi  2     ^  1         6  /   llfi.fln  ,/*  9  Jr          c  13   3  50J.U  SOLD  SOLD  1  7  8  14  /  NAUVIEH  ROA  D  Off Malaview Road. Large nicely treed lots with level building sites.  Quiet cul-de-sacs close to shopping, schools and recreation. Priced  from $14,900 to $17,900. Lot sizes on map approximate.  ACREAGE  RUBY LAKE: 6".. acres on Ruby Creek. Just off  Ruby Lake. Paved road and power to the  property. Creek is a spawning ground for trout.  Water permit has been obtained. Short distance  to boat ramp. A perfect place for your  recreational home. $37,000.  BOYLE RD: 4.6 acres at the end of Boyle Road.  Regional water now to area. Ideal secluded  building site or hold as investment. $35,000.  SAKINAW LAKE: Here is 35 acres with 800 feet  on the lakefront, accessible from Garden Bay  Road or by water. Timber on, good moorage and  adjacent   lots   have   cabins   on.   South-west  exposure. $125,000.   LYNWOOD RD: Just'off Hanbury Road," 5  acres. Land has been logged off years ago and the  present trees are tall and very nicely shaped.  Road down side and across back. A rare piece  these days. $47,500.  REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION.  ANNE  GURNEY  886-2164  JOHN  HANSON  886-8295  TERRI  HANSON  886-8295  GARY  PUCKETT  886-9508  GREG  GRANT  886-7204 12  Sunshine Coast Realtor, September 19, 1980  *&  Mitten Realty Ltd  <&  Vancouver Toll Free  681-7931  Trail Bay Mall  Box 979  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  885-3295  Conveniently located in Sechelt's Trail Bay Shopping Centre  WATERFRONT  SECLUDED ACREAGE $285,000  This superb subdividable waterfront (170 ft.)  property with 2800 sq. ft. architect designed  home and guest cottage is fast becoming the last  "of its kind featuring 3 bedrooms, master with  ensuite and fireplace, living room with vaulted  ceiling and skylight. Jennaire kitchen and huge  sundeck with southern exposure. Altogether a  unique opportunity for the knowledgeable  purchaser. By appointment only ��� Corry Ross at  885-9250. #321  ACREAGE  ROBERTS CREEK $77,600  Ten gorgeous acres near Crowe Road. Lovely  orchard in small meadow with year-round  creek. There is no legal access constructed to  this tasty find, but road allowance from 101 is  surveyed. Vendor will take cost of road into  consideration when looking at offers. Road may  be constructed to any standard satisfactory to  purchaser and Highways will give all timber  from road allowance to help defray costs. Here  is a chance to live in a secluded rural setting  second to none, Dal Grauer at 885-3808.#347  17.5 ACRES AND HOME $95,500  All ready to move into this 3 b/r home is just 8  years old - owing to ill health the owner cannot  clear this land - require energetic owner who is  willing to clear the land and remove stumps,  Owner will consider offers. Call Don Lock at  885-3730 for details. #302  PRATT ROAD $157,000  4.75 beautiful acres most of which is in pasture  grass, Charming 3 bedroom farm house with a  Luge living room Kitchen has been recently  renovated In character of Ihe house. Outbuild  mys include a barn and loafing shed. 16 fruit  trees and a large vegetable garden. A dream  come true lor a hobby farmer. Call Suzanne lor  mure information at 885 3971. ��401  NARROWS INLET $35,000  Seven acres of Waterfront with easy access  There is a stream running through the property  which could be harnessed to turn out your own  power. Lots of building sites. Great area for  fishing with daily scheduled flight passing by.  Call Terry Brackett 885-9865. #332  MOBILE HOME  ON WATERFRONT $63,500  Want a summer home on tidal waterfront in  beautiful Pender Harbour then call Don Lock  for all details on this 3 bedroom 65 x 12 mobile  on concrete pad. A large lot with concrete pad.  A large lot with concrete patio & covered  sundeck are yours for just $20,000 down and  owner will carry on acceptable credit.     #408  COMMERCIAL WATERFRONT $150,000  100 feet of prime walerfront in downtown  Gibsons. Zoning is C4 and there is an income  producing building on Ihe property. Wilh  Gibsons growing as it is and a new Marina  proposed this piece has great potential. Phone  Suzanne Dunkerlon at 885-3971 for more  information. "400  SAKINAW LAKE $130,000  Almost '2 mile of waterfront. 16 (more or less)  acres. Boat access only for total privacy. Two  dwellings on property plus boat house in privale  sheltered bay. This is beautiful recreational  property with subdivision possibilities. Ideal  group purchase vendor will carry up to $90,000.  Call Emilie Henderson. "340  HOMES  SECHELT $69,900  Where else can you buy ihis much house and lie  within walking distance ol all shops and  schools? Over 1300 sq. ft. on main floor  featuring large well planned kitchen, masler  bedroom with walk-in closet and full (our piece  ensuite, sundeck and unfinished basement lo be  finished to suit your taste. Roughed in for a third  bath in basement. Inslall a fisher to cut your  healing bills and you're all sel. Very private tot.  Call Terry Bracked al 885 9865. #397  HOMES  PENDER HARBOUR  Three levels of gracious living in this well  appointed home in a quiet area. You won't  believe the view! Three bedrooms and a sunken  living room, ensuite plumbing, imaginative  decor, plus large bathroom with sunken tub.  Privacy galore. This house must be seen! Call  Terry Brackett 885-9865 for al! details.    #389  REED ROAD $66,500  Like new double wide mobile, 3 bedrooms, 2  bathrooms total of 1356 sq. ft. on concrete  perimeter. Excellent work shop plus single  carport and plenty of exlra storage in shed al  the back. Lovely treed and lanscaped lot 95' x  157'. Call Emilie Henderson 885-5225.      #423  DAVIS BAY $89,500  Hard to find view home in greal area. The view is  sensational overlooking Davis Bay to Vancouver Island. This four bedroom home is  immaculate. Large stone fireplace, Fisher stove,  sauna, workshop, fenced back yard, many  more extras. Close lo wharf, si ores and school.  See for yourself with Terry Bracket! anytime  8859865 "409  DAVIS BAY $100,000  The location of ihis unfinished home is second  to none in sunny Davis Bay. Il is zoned C2ancl  would be ideal lo develop as a commercial outlet  with living quarters. Please call Corry Rt >ss 885  9250 or Don Lock K85 3730 foi further details.  "3%  GIBSONS $63,500  Ideal family home You'll have room to roam in  this double wide situated on large lot. Large  storage shed and double carport. Two outside  sheds Lot is fenced and has lols ol flowers.  Three bedrooms wilh ensuite off master. Call  Terry Brackett al 885 9865. #385  GEODESIC DOMES $99,000  Brand new, totally unique home in West  Sechelt. Two bedrooms plus study, private  sundeck off circular 24' living room. Ideally  suited for adult living. Located on large view lot  with subdivision approval. Call Emilie Henderson at 885-5225. #368  SELMA PARK $16,900  Compact one bedroom on lease land in Selma  Park. Short walk to village. Owner will consider  terms of $5,000 down with a minimum monthly  payment of $300 per month at 10S, interest rate.  One year term. Call Terry Brackett for more  information 8859865. #354  Priced Reduced $37,000  Charming one bedroom home in Sechell village,  large lol zoned for duplex. Electric heat, cozy  wood stove, excellent garden. To view call Don  or Rene at 885 9865. #300  WEST SECHELT  '_ ACRE ON CREEK $115,000  Casual elegance is promineni in this 1620 sq. ft.  one level home. Fireplaces in bolh living room  and bedroom. Kitchen designed with chef in  mind. Fish Irom your sundeck. Private treed  selting. Call Emilie Henderson for more details  al 885 5225. ��394  SEAVIEW ROAD  Nice, light little jl  Harbour. &tt��Yjof  quiel neighwBfcWpd^1  Grauei al 8&WB08.  $43,900  ,f Gibsons  i Dal  B422  $33,000  WILSON CREEK  Semi waterfronl A well maintained 5 year old 2  bedroom house with an cxiufftflfe- living and  dining room COmbiurt|otf ThnrfdA slove and  washer are b^dJcT^wpilArootage shed  and .i lovel_y^AanJfi wrThis is a prepaid  lease wilh I f^p sfetT Suzanne Dunkerton will  give you more information at 885-3971.   #288  MEMBER SUNSHINE COAST REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION  POWELL RIVER  WEST VANCOUVER       BERRA,JER  k NORTH VANCOUVER sales mgr.  EMILIE  HENDERSON  885-522S  JOHN  BLACK  886-7316  BRONIA  ROBINS  885-9033  DAL  GRAUER  885-3808  RENE  SUTHERLAND  885-9362 Sunshine Const Realtor, September 19, 1980  13  Mitten Realty Ltd.  /VQ/>^  885-3295  MEMBER OF "RELOCATION SERVICES CANADA" REFERRAL SYSTEM.  WE HAVE A TRADE PLAN FOR HOMES, PLEASE CALL FOR DETAILS.  Conveniently located in Sechelt'sTrail Bay Shopping Centre  HOMES  LOTS  HOPKINS HACIENDA $60,000  Here is something very special. Located on  Point Road. Close to Beach and ferry this  delightful 2 b/r cottage cannot last. The sloping  lot is large with a classic Howe Sound view. A  new owner could easily add on or even triple the  size of the house while living there. See it with  Syd or Frances Heal at 886-7875.        " #428  WEST SECHELT $86,500  Extra large house on extra large lol. Three  bedrooms, fireplace, Fisher stove, formal dining  area, sunroom, plus many other deluxe  leatures. Outside there is a greenhouse,  raspberries, strawberries, and large vegetable  garden ready lo harvest. Property is bordered  by small creek. Call Terry Brackett for deiails at  885-9865. #392  VIEW! VIEW! VIEW! $79,500  Located on Point Road, Hopkins Landing this 3  b/r remodelled home has everything: ��� Free  standing fireplace, built-in dishwasher, sundeck, half basement, electric heat and  exceptional view. Designed for year round  occupation or recreational use. Walking  distance from ferry terminal and store, Price  includes all furniture and appliances. Call Don  Lock 885-3730 for ail details. #435  NEW HOMES - GIBSONS $66,900  We have six beautiful new homes just starting  on Fircrest Road. These are specially suitable  for family living with 1086 sq. ft. on the main  floor, three bedrooms on main and a fourth in  the full daylight basement. For details contact  Emilie Henderson 885-5225 or Syd and Frances  Heal 886-7875. #429/34  Drive by this level lot which is minutes from the  ferry, and make an offer. Septic tank is installed  and vendor will consider builder's terms. For  details call Don or Rene Sutherland at 885-9362.  #345  WEST PORPOISE BAY $12,900  Here is a nice serviced lot within minutes of the  village. This lot is partially cleared and has level  building site. Terry Brackett 885-9865.    #287  BEAUTIFUL $35,000  One-acre piece off Roberts Creek Rd. I his one  is cleared, level, has an ocean view, and affords  complete privacy. It won't last long, so call Dal  Grauer at 885-3808 before it's too late.  #393  $13,500     WELCOME WOODS  VIEW LOT $23,0001  100ft. frontage on Wakefield Road. Levell  almost square lot with good ocean view. Will gol  quickly so act now. Phone Emilie Henderson at I  885-5225. #405/61  NOT MUCH $ FOR /  of  treed  pji  Welcome \  for more inl*uiltiOTlTOLS  LOTS  BUY AT TODAYS PRICES $12,500  Don't miss out on ihis view lot Oust requires  secondary alder growth removed). On paved  road with all services. If you buy #375 & #376,  this would make a good investment. For more  information Please call Syd or Frances Heal at  886-7875. #374  WEST SECHELT $23,500  Cleared level view lot in area of new homes.  View overlooks Trails Islands. Easy to build on.  Owner has copy of approved health permit.  Southerly exposure. Call Terry Brackett to  view this hard to find commodity at 885-9865.  #418  UNBEATABLE  View of the inlet from this good-sized lot in  Sandy Hook. No trouble building on this one.  Come and see for yourself. Dal Grauer at 885-  3808. #306B  ROBERTS CREEK $16,500  Lovely treed % acre in ever popular Roberts  Creek, on Beach Ave, Minutes to beach. Call  Suzanne at 885-3971. #436  TUWANEK $10,5001  Nicely wooded lot in quiet area. Good view of I  Lamb's Bay and area. Water and hydro I  available. Owner will consider terms of $2,000 I  down minimum of $125 per month at 13'\.2year [  term. Call Terry Brackett at 885-9865.    #358 |  WILSON CREEK .  Where the sun always shines - lovely level lot  with a southern exposure and potential view.  Call Suzanne Dunkerton 885-3971. #414 |  KEATS ISLAND $8,500  70' x 130' treed corner lot. Close to beach  access and easy to build on! Call Bronia Robins  for more details at 885-9033. #350  HOW OFTEN $11,000 each  do you get a chance to choose your next-door-  neighbour. These side-by-side lots in Sandy.  Hook combine view with easy building, Call Dal  Grauer or Bronia Robins for details.       #306  SIDE-BY-SIDE VIEW LOTS $13,900  These two lots are ideally suited for development and the owners will consider all offers on  one or both. Services at roadside. Call Don  Lock at 885-3930 for details. #274/75  PRICES ARE ON THE UPSWING$12,500l  but we have this lovely building lot with good I  view potential - just clear away the alder brush. [  Can be bought together with #374 & #376 to I  make nice estate. For more information please I  call Syd of Frances Heal at 886-7875.      #3751  COMMERCIAL  PROPERTY  COMMERCIAL LOT  CI lot in Village ol Sechelt. Fully serviced and  ready to build on 50 x 176. $49,900. Call Emilie  Henderson 885 5225. ��407  Licenced restaurant, garage, 3 rental units,  zoned C2 on 1.5 acres. Adjoining residential  property on 2.9 acres with large house,  swimming pool and barn also available.  Provisions (or good sized apartment above  garage. Let youi rentals carry the mortgage. Dal  Grauer. 885 3808. *342  DON'T BE LIKE OTHERS  who wish they had bought at last years prices.  Good view lot (a little alder needs clearing)  together with ��374 & H375 this group ol three  makes a real nice estate. For more information  please call Syd or Frances Heal at 886-7875.  #376  TARZAN & JANE  would be proud to own Ihis one acre jungle lot.  Magnificent trees need a little clearing to open  up a technicolor view right across the gulf to  Vancouver Island. Okay, Ihere are access  problems bul there is privacy and a unique  setling lor a cottage close by Ihe sea. Terms  available. Syd or Frances Heal al 8867875.  M03  IF VOU WANT PRIVACY,  and peace and quiet in a sunny, treed  environment,.this % acre level lot in Welcome  Woods is a must to see! $18,900. Contact  Bronia at 885-9033. ��413  SECHELT  $16,500  Now is the time to invesl in a village lot. Over  one hall acre (100' x 250'). Driveway has been  installed and building site cleared. Road at the  rear of lot makes subdivision possible in Ihe  fulure. This lol should be hooked into village  sewer system evenlually. Ideal lot lo buy as  holding property. Vendor will copsider offers.  To find out more details call Terry Brackett at  885 9865 or Bronia Robins at 885 9033.   "398  SECHELT LOTS $15,000 each I  The large fir trees, polential view, sloping I  hillside and super size combine to make these 1  lots a good investment. Call Rene or Don at 885- [  9362. ��267 I  PRICE REDUCED  on Ibis very large treed lol in Madeira Park.  Excellent value al $11,000! Vendor will carry I  75",, ol financing al 11",. Property has view and I  is   within   walking   distance   lo   stores   and  government wharl. Call Bronia al 885-9033,  ��335 I  MEMBER SUNSHINE COAST REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION  SUZANNE  DUNKERTON  885-3971  TERRY DONALD CORRY DON        SYD AND FRANCES  BRACKETT    SUTHERLAND ROSS L0CK HEAL  885-9865 885-9362 885-9250 885-3730 886-7875  KINGSWAY  SURREY  LANGLEY Sunshine Coast Realtor, September 19, 1980  FREE  CATALOGUE  anderson  [AXUPAGE  Coast to Coast  Real Estate Service  REALTY LTD.  Post Office Box 1219, Sechelt  885-3211  Vancouver Toll Free:  684-8016  WATERFRONT  LOTS  SQUARE BAY^und[enched southern exposure walerfront  lot ready for yt^uran^ns plaK^kis lot is easy lobuildon  and provides q^^midJf ftndsftpM opportunities. One of  the few fee-simple lntstfvail<%le on meioutside coast. This will  not last. Call Bob at 885-2503. F.P. $69,900 firm.  DORISTON: 660 ft. of waterfronl. Near level beach. 17.2  acres, well timbered. Good solid 2 bedroom house.. Lovely  garden area, good year round creek on property. Located al  Doriston. Sechelt Inlet. To view call Gordie Asking $120,000.  WATERFRONT ��� SQUARE BAY: 112 feel of superb  waterfronl, situaied in an area of exclusive homes. Ideally suited  (or a multilevel home. Protected year round moorage. Plus- lots  of arbutus Irees and southerly exposure. All this for only  $77,500. To view this fine property call Vadim.  SECLUDED WATERFRONT ACREAGE: Do you want a  quiet walerfront retreat with no roads or cars? We have a few  parcels of evergreen forest, 5 lo 10 acres each. Minimum of 250  feet ol waterfront and stream thru most lots. Locaied 22 miles  from Sechelt by water or air only. Fly in wilh Tyee Airways Ltd  from Vancouver or Sechelt, or use your own boat. Call Don.  EGMONT WATERFRONT: 8 acres of waterfront. Mostly  level, low bank, treed acreage developed wilh a 2 bedroom  home. Home rented aL ffi^0 per m'in'h makes this a good  investment pro^^.pniii thaiaSmirea on ihe Sunshine  Coast to be <^vgl)&dai#nM 'h*fljy# ihe prices are still  reasonable. Imagine 8 acres of waterfront for only $109,000.  Vendor will carry a large morlgage. Call Bob for details.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� JOE ROAD: Full half acre lots!! Easy to  build on and serviced with water, Southern exposure, plenty of  PRIVACY. $23,000. For more information call Frank.  SANDY HOOK: Panorama view lol with unobstructed view  up Porpoise Bay toward ihe Skookumchuck. Good widlh (76  feet) allows you to utilize the lot belter. There is also a road  allowance on the west side ol lol (or your use. This lol is one of  the Best in Sandy Hook. $15,500 firm. Call Bob or Frank.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� RICHARDS ROAD: 80' x 140' fully  serviced lol. Ideal lor mobile homes. Oneofthenicesl lols in the  area. F.P. $16,900. Call Vadim for more details  SECHELT VILLAGE: 6 excellent building lots in Ihe lower  Village. All are wilhin walking distance in shopping etc All  services are available including sewers. Piices range (nun  $15,500 in $18,500  WEST SECHELT  lot locaied in a qui���  Bob lo view this  SAC: Nice building  Jr future home. Call  REVENUE  GRANTHAMS LANDING - VIEW LOT: 65 x 130 II. treed  view lot close to the beach with .ill available services. F.P.  $17,000  WILSON CREBK: A picture view lo Vancouver (rom ihis 64' x  117' lol. Paved road. Priced lor quick sale $13,500. See Doug.  SECHELT VILLAGE: Only available duplex lol in Village ol  Sechelt. Cleared and on sewer. Build now or hold for potential  service induslrial use. $25,000. Call Bob.  WILSON CREEK: lOpad trailer park wilh 4ol the units owned  outright. Room lor expansion with very little additional expense.  Properly presently grossing $1,600 per month and all rents  could rise. An excellent investment for an ambitious couple.  F.P. $169,500  LOTS  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS  LOT ft 1: Nice corner lot on genlly sloping land with some nice  Irees. Power and waler al properly line. Locaied in the village of  Sechelt near the Arena. Call Gordie. F.P. $13,500.  LOT ��3: Extra large building lot in area of new homes. All  services including paved roads. F.P. $12,000.  LOT "4: Good building site for your new home located in the  Village ol Sechelt near the Arena. The property is nicely treed  and has water and power at property line. Call Gordie. F.P.  $12,500  LOT ��7: Just up past ihe Arena. Lovely subdivision-large lots-  new homes. All services are in. Call Stan. F.P. $12,000.  SECHELT: One J  village of Sechelt. I  Vadim.  REDROOFFS AG!  timber. Level area tl  All services at roaSfc  J VIEW lots in the  |king$16,500.Call  ttgantic first growlh  elftme Beach access.  I Bob at 885 2503.  WEST PORPOISE BAY: 75 x 150 treedservicedloi, close to  ice arena. Gently sloping land. Close lo a small boat marina. F.P.  $12,000. Stan.  OCEAN BEACH ESPLANADE - GOWER POINT. 1 2  acre semiwaterfront lot. Excellenl ocean view with westerly  exposure.  Easy  beach access.  Asking $55,000.  For more  information call Vadim.  SEAVIEW LOTS IN THE BEST AREA OF THE COAST:  These lots are well over 1 acre each & have a truly fine view of  Trail Islands. Each lot is naturally landscaped with moss & fir  trees. South exposure & only 100 yards lo a good beach.  $32,900 each. Call J. Anderson 885 2053.  HOMES  iVV--*'"'  gas .  i'Vji  tm  '**���  SECHELT VILLAGE: This ideal starter or retiremenl home  features 988 sq. ft. of living area, 2 bedrooms, heatilator  (ireplace, full basemenl as well as a quiet cul-de-sac selling.  Presently under construclion and ready lor your input. Asking  $62,500. To review the plans call Vadim.  SELMA PARK: Like to live in a prestige area ol lovely homes  and.beaulilul gardens. Try this 1976 sq. II. lamily home all on one  level. Large .6 acres landscaped yard with many fruit trees and  great garden area. Sit in your front yard and watch the lovely  sunsets. The house is designed for separation ol adult and  children living. This house is of modern design. To view these  unique features call Gordie al 885-9986 or 885-3211. F.P.  $160,000.  P  At  ROBERTS CREEK: Tins 4.6 "acre Hobby Farm offers  complete privacy, numerous fruit trees, a large fenced pasture,  2 creeks, southern slope plus an older well kept home and a  1100 sq. fl. near new barn on a concrete foundation, fully wired  and easily converted into an attractive farm home. Both  buildings are protected by professional electronic security  system. Priced al $99,500. THIS BEAUTIFUL PROPERTY IS  A MUST TO SEE. To view anytime call Vadim.  BROWNING ROAD: New, just being built ��� owner could pick  interior colors and carpets. 1650 sq. ft. of three bedroom quality  construction. Cedar siding, shake roof and double garage.  Kitchen, dining room and living room open plan. Master  bedroom has ensuite. Asking $85,900. See Doug.  BROWNING ROAD  a fraction of the co^  view. Partially clearqi  only $18,900. Call B^T  11    jyttP1 uew lot but only  .'oullpiafui unobstructed  Timing slumps for  GIBSONS: Smal  Landscaped, fruil ti  F.P $ll).900.  SOLD  No  plumbi  SOUTHWOOD ROAD: Redrooffs Large level corner lot.  'Good building sile. Nicely treed Priced at $19,900. For more  details call Vadim,  ACREAGE  WOOD BAY: Waterfronl 188 acre wilh approx. 1200' level  waterfront, This property is unique wilh approx. 31 level  waterfront below highway, approx. 2,000 ft. highway frontage  and 156 acres of parklike view property gently sloping to south.  Priced to sell $1,200,000.  LANGDALE: This 38.8 acres has subdivision application in for  5 acre parcels. Lot 1, DL 1348, Plan 11244 is a gentle sloping  parcel wilh good S.W. exposure. Assumable financing of  $50,000 is available to assist purchase. Call Bob at 885 2503 for  informalion. Full price $155,000.  HIGHWAY ACREAGE: 5 aci  Excellent access and si ime \ alue n  $27,900, lol D $29,000 Call Sla  els on Highway 101.  i LotA-$24,900lolC  ACREAGE- GIBSONS: Approx, 12 acres on Highway 101 in  Soames Point. View properly septic zoned R2L. A greal  investment, F.P $150,000. Call Bob for deiails,  WEST SECHELT: 21* acres with approx. 12 acres cleared  and fenced in pasture. The remainder is in tall trees with  Wakefield Creek flowing through. This is the ideal property for a  hobby farm. With acreage so scarce this is a very good  investment for only $80,000. Call Bob at 885-2503 to have a look  at this piece.  WOOD BAY (SECRET COVE): One hundred and filly nine  acres mostly view property wilh nice valley in centre. Easy to  subdivide inlo 5 acre parcels when highway alignment services  properly. District lot 6322 is a potential gold mine for an investor  looking to the future. Large sand & gravel deposits and good  bottom land on property. Bonus is '_ million feet of limber. Call  Bob for a lour at 885-2503,  SANDY HOOK INVESTMENT PROPERTY: 7 acres of flat  level land with subdivision potential Some view, easy  development. No rock, partly cleared rough road on properly.  Borders crown land on the south side. F.P. $65,900.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY: Hotel for sale in Pender  Harbour Ideally located al Hospital Bay on 1 acre of land wilh a  lovely view of Pender Harbour Accommodations for 34 guesl  and fully licensed 58 se.it restaurant Separate duplex thai is  rented out  Fur complete information contact Gurdie Hull.  Gordon  Hall  Vadim  Kobasew  Bob  Bull  Jack  Anderson  Doug  Joyce  Frank  Ingham  Stan  Anderson  Don  Hadden  885-9986  885-3156  885-2503  885-2053  885-2761  886-8440  885-2385  885-9504 ^  Sunshine Coast Realtor, September 19, 1980  Box 566  Gibsons, B.C.  VON IVO  HOMES  GIBSONS - BRAND NEW: Immediate occupancy. Over  1400 sq. ft. of living. Rec room is 16 x 26or could be large  master bedroom. Fireplace and large living room. Lot size is  90 x 112. Enjoy the sun from the sundeck and view the bay  area. $71,900.  bdJt  CAROLE PLACQlyJ f&ERANS RD): New 3  bedroom home on 1^^ cul-de-sac lot. Part basement. 2 flu  chimney. Ship lap framed with all 2x 6ex. walls. R20 in walls,  R28 in ceiling. 2 piece ensuite, plus much more. Don't miss  looking at this one. Asking $68,500.  FIRCREST ROAD - GIBSONS: New 3 bedroom  basement home. Skylight in front entry. Sundeck off of  dining room. No steel chimney, but brick in this home for  that wood stove to help cut heating costs. 2' x 6'walls. R20  insulation. Basement will be ideal rec. room area for the  children. In good family area. $69,900.  NORM PETERSON 886-2607  Serving the Lower Sunshine Coast  Phone 886-2000 or 886-9121  Located in the Seaside Plaza,  Gower Point Road, Gibsons  HOMES  GIBSONS SUNSHINE COAST HWY - HANDY MAN  SPECIAL: 1 bedroom, lot size 50 x 250. Potential  commercial property. Just listed. Asking $53,000.  COMMERCIAL  GIBSONS ��� INDUHBfjLMbPERTY . PAYNE  ROAD: Lot size^S �� xl|Mt^ight industrial zoned. In  regional district f^Junatfposw. $25,000.  MACK'S NURSERY   HWY 101 ROBERTS CREEK  Ideal investment for the future. Great potential for a growing  area. Business is well established on 2 acres plus. Home on  property is a 3 bedroom basement home for a ideal live-in  business. List of stock and equipment available through  agents.  LOTS  ye view lot duplex  SCHOOL ROAD 4  zoned. Fairly level. I  MARLENE ROAD ��� ROBERTS CREEK: Choice ol two  lots, both irregular in size. Approximately % acre in size.  $20,000 per lot.  CAMEO ROADQrffefT:I3fcj building lot in quiel  area. Only $13,5107ULU  HIGH GULF VIEW - CHASTER & KNIGHT RD: 2  large buildings. $25,000.  CHASTER ROAD - Bring all offers on 80' level cleared bt,  close to school. OK for trailers.  LOT tt 16 ��� Creek Side Park Estates on sewer, large building  lot $18,900.  REAL ESTATE  GENERAL INSURANCE  AUTOPLAN  HOMES  VIEW - VELVET ROAD - CHASTER ROAD -  GIBSONS; This custom 6 yr. old home has 3 fireplaces with  built-in barbeque in dining room. Lot size is 90" x 180'.  Basement is half used with a legal 2 bedroom suite which  could be rented out to help with the mortgage payments or??  Vendor took special care in having home constructed. Close  to school. Just listed for $109,000.  ACREAGE  *��� "HV.  1 ACRE ��� NORTH ROAD - GIBSONS  Comfortable two bedroom home - could be made into three  bedrooms. Wood stove to keep heating costs low. 19 x 19  cement patio for summer outings. Very good vegetable  garden. Single car garage with large 24 x 40 workshop..  Asking $79,400.       ^^^_^^_^_^__^__  1.8 ACRES-REED ROAD-GIBSONS: New 3 bedroom  home with covered 22 x 24 garage. Wood burning stove in  living room for winter comforf. Property has potential for  subdividing or?? Put your own finishing touches on this  property and have room to move. Asking $105,000.  DENNIS SUVEGES 886-7264 16  m  Sunshine Coast Realtor, September 19, 1980  in*  *  '���;%��,  4i*f*?&  jg     v     ���  ," .';������**'/<!*������  .?������'       . lAASil'^&UiMAssV.iJi-i  ���m  �����  -*  J^t.*i  ���i ?f 1*: - >J..V:  HhSPs  ^^^HTl^s't*^^* ���  9 - '��� mkWti'JLW  ^; ��' v-JWfe-vSTff-Mm 'ml  V I-  ,/*' "'''���'' ���*s  *^��    .*���     *                   4*           '     '*���              jf.     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