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 ��� ��� /  I I  5%'X    '  ����*-  2nd Class Mgll  Registration No. 1142  Serving the Sunshine Coast   (Howe*S6,und'to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon   Hopkins" landing   Granthartjs landxag^Gibsdns^ Roberts Creek  Wilson Creek  Selma Pdrk   Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove' Pender Hrb , AApdeira Par_k���GardeTrBayTTrvine s Landing   Earls Cove   Egmont  Union tr��ri��Ss?^-v Label  AARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  -Volume 16 ���No. 29  H  18 Pages ��� 20c Copy.  SNA-  Wednesday, June 21,1978  WHILE THE KIDS gorged them- Diablo who got the heartburn. Doesn't  selves on popcorn, pop and candy he know smoking is bad "for your  floss last week at the circus it-was El   health?  (once)  show on  By TERRI BRANDMUELLER j.  "Big Bobby" ran away from home  when he was 11 to live out that childhood  fantasy of joining the circus.  Home in those days was Springfield,  Missouri; and Gibbs recalls that he made?  it to Enid, Oklahoma, before his parents  caught up with him.  Today, two months, out of the year,  Gibbs' home is a ranch in Texas. The rest  of the time, home is Gibsons, Sechelt or  wherever else the Carson and Barnes  Circus happens to be.  Although Gibbs' official title is animal  drainer, that's only one of the jobs lie  performs seven days a week, 10 months a  year. He also helps set up tents and  trailers, acts as announcer for the big top  show, and in-between hustles pony and  elephant rides for the kids.  - "It's a grind if youdon't like it;" said  Gibbs, "but it's my life ahd it's a good  life."  Where else but in the circus would you  get to travel, play with animals and even  get paid for it, asks Gibbs' assistant, a  young-girl named-Marie.  Gibbs once thought he could do it as a  veterinarian, but he. found out after two  years in an American college that vets  only get to see sick animals.  "That was it for me,-" said Gibbs. He  joined the circus with a pony act. Now, 26  years later, "I've got fiVe animal acts, an  $18,000 trailer and 35 acres of grapefruit in  Texas."    "'���,,,'-���  Gibbs' first circus job at age 11 paid $20  a week and 10 years lafer he was making  all of $50 a week."     '���"��,  v "Back then I thought-I was in hog   '  heaven with that little pony act,'' mused  'Gibbs. ,   v '   ���  Of all the animals Gibbs trains (ponies,  mules, dogs, camels and elephants) the  elephant is his favorite. Gibbs said.the  huge pachyderms are the smartest of his  animals and the easiest to train.  "Elephants respond to spoken commands, but the dogs and ponies are limited  to visual commands," said Gibbs, who  once knew an" elephant "that Tffidefsfood  three languages. "English, German and  ' Spanish ��� over"300 spoken words:"  - Gibbs takes a special liking-to the kids ���  who hang around the animals and offer  their help with cleaning or feeding. He said  he likes to give the ones with a keen interest in the circus as much of a chance as  he can.  --See Page A-6  RAGS, CARSON and J3arnes Circus'  Bengal' tiger,, strikes an imperious  pose for the photographer. In a  nearby tent an elephant appears to  have had his fill of the pachyderm  "chow being thrust his way by lines of  eager children.  Park Ave. will compromise  ora beach access decision      j  The two sides in the contentious Park   threatened many times Sunday to collapse   least expense," said Cole. { ?���  Ave. beach access, question reached a   into a neighborhood battle.  ,yv.'    .; "WhatVthe argument?" asked Park  compromise Suiid?^'vvlK.i n c6; ���,���tiitfee    .'Opinions varied  from .Ziiose '��� y^o.  Aye.-Vesident Claire Cptton pointing to-Ja  'wasfomied to draft a p^ifucc^tt^e to '*' thought the present access is ^ngtrpus ���_ 19lWoad,map bf the area. "This isn't* a  both factions. I'TXk 5-     - *'"' * f^small children, to those whdfrtfiougnt a ^beacivt��<��ess ��� it's a road right through."  About 60 people shqweql ui>_at the.en-^ widened-access would be-dangerous^ ^-Madyine-Grose-suggestediftatiiretead^  trance tothe'beach access June 18 to voice  their opinions about whether 'the road  allowance should be widened,and cleaned  at the foot of Park Avenue in Roberts  Creek! '-.  The meeting^ called by Area D Director  Harry. Almond, followed a two-week  struggle between Roberts CreelTresidents  and the Dept. ofHighways.  A group of- residents had successfully  stopped work on the widening of the beach  access June 5 when they staged a 7 a.m.  protest at the site.  However, one week later, Tucker  Forsythe, District Manager of Highways,  received a 27-name petition from Park  Ave. residents calling for resumption of  worjk on the project.  Forsythe then contacted Almond and  said the Highways Department would do  whatever the people wanted. "He said it's  too local an argument for the'Highways  Dept. to take sides," said Almond. "So  he's thrown the whole matter back into our  laps."  The committee chosen tp organize the  details of the compromise was picked  after a hqated exchange among residents  Although most people at the meeting  voted in favor of a compromise between a  66 foot paved access and leaving the  present access as is, a large grey area  exists in between. ���    ?  "We don't need a completely cleared  out road," said H.E, Tanneberg, "buLone.  where two cars can pass ^comfortably."  Bob Wiley, however, rejected the idea  1  ���See Page A-6  Skookumchuck  is  The wrong lime was given in last weeks  issue   as   the   best, moment   to - see  of a vehicle-oriented access and suggested   Skookumchuck Narrows as its highest 1978  a marked footpath for pedestrians. change.  Charlotte Raines, a long-time Roberts The best tune tovsee the narrows is  Creek resident, said that walking is fine today (Wednesday) at about 12:30 p.m.For  for young people but that thq older ones more information.call the Madeira Park  might enjoy a drive to the beach. ranger station 883-2332 Or Egmont Marina  "My hubby is crippled and so am I, and   883-2298.  no one loves the waterfront as much as we  do," she said. "We are entitled to use the  area even if we can't walk. All of you will  be old some day, too.".  "We should be broad-minded about the  whole thing," said Jack Gibbj "and realize  that roads are for everybody."  "Road allowances are a fact of life,"  said C.Q. Cole, "but a pedestrian is a  sitting dupk if a car comes down that road,  . "I think we should clear the minimum  amount to make ft' passable road at the  ; A recent hiker in the area advises  persons wishing to make the walk in, that  the trail has deteriorated somewhat and  suggests that it is a "brisk one-hour walk."  She also notes that it becomes fairly dark  in the woods after 9:30' p.m. and that  hikers should time their return accordingly.  The trailhead to Skookumchuck  Narrows Provincial Park ls located below  the roadside parking area on the right  hand side of the road just before Egmont.  Central oil storage pus  ��'���*$'!���:  I  '���'   t  1 ^u^Hmit-^m^t^amiuiia^iimti^^ "'"' "    "   HOPE MAY NOT spring eternal, biffi   tr^  '^^fltHshTwaS^clToh hor foot last   wasiuuiblc to stand for over a week,   yyedncsday mqrnli^,AJu(ie l&flfinQ?  Regional board directors last Thursday  supported a Sechelt Indian Band plan for a  central bulk petroleum facility on the  peninsula that would In effect put pressure  on the four major oil companies to relocate  existing facilities.  However, a recent meeting between  regional district staff and representatives  of the oil companies established that only  Imperial Oil contemplates a need for a  change in facilities within the next 10  years. Chevron Canada, Shell Oil and  Gulf Oil indicated tliat they have enough  capacity for predicted expansion over the  next 10 years at tholr present sites,  Tho Secholt Indian Band Council  outlined a'scheme for a joint tank farm  that linn been in tho works for three and a  lialf years ut tho June 15 planning committee meeting of the regional board.  ,�����Tho,poJect-would inoludo-ofMoadlng-  facilities on Trail Bay and an underground  pipeline tliat would pump petroleum  products to tank trucks.  Dorwln  Owen,   a   Band   Council^  spokesman, said the preliminary study for  tho   project   has   been   prepared   by  Associated Engineering Services Ltd. and  that Johnson Terminals have expressed"  interest Ih managing the facility.    *   r"  Owen said the band would be prepared  to start detailed negotiations with the oil  companies, tho villages and the regional  board, but want "clear support" before  proceeding.  Board members were in favor of tho  proposed ��� Joint  farm because  of the  desirability of a centrally located slto and  because of potential safety hazards of the'  existing sites.  Area B. Alternate Dlroctor Ed  Nicholson told tlio board tluit oil tank  storage was  discussed  at  a   recent  foot and a half off plumb.  "Am, I to understand," asked Area C  Director Carl Lee "That covertly the  board ls giving its blessing to a project  that will put pressure on the oil companies  to come Into this development?"  "That's calling a spade a spade," said  Nicholson. "Maybe we've reached a point  where It is necessary to apply pressure to  the oil companies."  In a report to directors, Planner Robyn  Addison said that all the oil companies  agreed thata Joint tank farm is a desirable  approach and an inevitable development  in the futuro. She added, however, Uiat the  companies were not sure tho market  would ever get to the point tliat such a  facility would bo justified on tho Sunshine  Coast.  Sho reported that the companies  preferred ftavis Bay and Sechelt to Howo  Sound if a centralized facility were  designated, but that ^hoy wore .not  prepared to do any costing of tho various  alternatives stoeo no expansion was  contemplated.  Owen told directors that because of tho  scale of tho project tho Indian band could  not proceed with only, one. or. two. com-  panies.  . "We'll only go Into It If wo get the  support, that's obvious," said Gilbert Job,  another band council spokesman,  Boord directors recommend support of  tho project in principle and will encourage  tho Indian band to negotiate further with  the oil companies.  . Tho following recommendations were  mado-at the Juno 16'plonnliiR cbriimlttcb  meeting ond will be voted on at a future  board mooting!  Directors recommenced sending a  Liquor  Ad-  plications were either approved or  rejected,, but that the district was not  notified in this instance.  Addison said the reason Uio LAB gave  for rejection of the licence was that there  are other licenced facilities nearby, but  ���See Page A-U  mm COTTER  ���'axS*?**:  I ../ft*1'*  vwok toM^U^ , . ���     ,         .        . .     _  offcctionHfor hot^RGW calf; Cocit, healthy feeding of molasses finally   prompted some ��50 pholle calls of-  Hopo, a .Pell. Farm resident, con- did tho trick and hnd her standing,   ferlng help and advicb.  p ' . "i     *     ���*��� ' . ,''',*���  ,.    ������ .    ' ��� \  BobCotter  new princip  at Davis toy  Bob' Cottciyn toucher at Cedar (Imve  Elementary, has been named principal of  Davis* Bay Eleiiieiilnry lor Uie iUVli-'/i)  school year,  At 28, Cotter will be'the youngest  principal In the Sechelt School District. A  letter  of  protest  to  the ' Liquor  Ad-   graduate bf Simon Fraser University,  tanks on tho peninsula was thought tcTbe a   Madfeiro Marine. lid, for, a marine pub   years before coming to the Sediell dMrld  :m5r*r'W< .'���*������ :���".?' ";v"^-!>'������ ���' '���������,,   .licence, ���    ��� >'������ ���<   ' m-    ���    ��� ���"4/"  Nicholson said Uio Shell Ujnkfl In      Addison told directors that she had  Gibsons aro 30 years old and that othor   boon assured by Victoria that Uie regional  tanks on tho peninsula arc ns much fts>n   district would bo consulted before ap-  t a-     '   "y. , , '���"������'���, * -   .    m  ^u^ymaiZ.^... ���';: . < '������   }'# w ��� "'' ':  Cotter and Jilfl wife, Juily, imv/> Iwo ^  children, ages tliree and one, They llvo on W  Coach Road In Itbhcrts Creek. "  f  ���"Hit*- ' ' '" > ^P  ��BJ��^���lBltlHlW^(lhJ, <i"  im m^ *** ii iHaimiwuWM^ w j^  *  W()lft*J��f(W(�� tHWHW*!* #"��"'W*W'  .�� HrjW(^*oi/ni%ii��i|W'r���^����{W'**i^',,(��������^^  ��Bf^*(*W *��*** *W '-WfP-i W*��l  fI.w ^-/fisww#S����,^*l-iM*k ^i^#��l'*rf'i|.*����|pV*,W����J^����^  ' /rwWp   Va "( rt"4 t!r  f,;,";V("Vi-���-  ..fmmmmmm���-  : ������������t>i1r,;!r>:h. ..,' ,41" '  ,.\,;i  s m**^*m,C0*^*'-#'"��rr  ���-������r  ���r.   -<\  <*���*.  t^XiX-iX 7X.XX��Xyh%r >\yS"  ow*  *>'t��ennls- Ktegerald^ Editor  '(Mia  4 fit^pressifihe, unslfepmg gtmfdian of  ���,'ir V'>.v -Tv~ ". AXXT^ftinsmChurvtull*  1 . i . -_  A slap in the face  *$?-  r   N--  pThe recent attack on the Sunshine Sechelt-is also being eyed by most of  Coast   Arts   Council  was  an  un- the   projects   on   the   proposed  warranted slap in the face for an recreation referendum. Does the cry  energetic and earnest, community "No more grants" also apply to the  organization which hps been doing its. Arena, the Pender Harbour swim'  - bejst to give the peninsula an arts  cdntre which will be a source of pride  fofcy^ar^to come.  5 .The suggestion that arts council  members are simply standing around  . waiting  for  handouts ignores  the  ming pool and the Roberts Creek area  community hall? Should the Gibsons  pool have been built with work-parties? *   And it may be tacky to mention it,  but the same newspaper issuing this  cdntinuing fundraising efforts  un- plea for financial responsibility to  depaken by the group ��� raffles, a unburden the taxpayers not long ago  crafts fair, garage sales flea mar- itself obtained a Manpower grant to  k&s. supplement its staff. Do what we say,  ,. |We also wonder just how far the not *** *e do> eh?  pfiBficSffc^fwhieh launched this at- At a' meeting last week, arts  tajck is willing to carry its argument council members decided to prepare  o|i"Let the financial responsibility a report on the financial history of the  st^art now. No more grants." arts centre project. We trust that the  |J,The one-third provincial funding document > will provide some in-  applied for by the arts council dication of the community- support  ttjnmgh the^uspices of the Village of that the organization has received.  s  Didr you think that it���  would still be magical?  -,' The whole town had come out to see  the circus.-At-least the half' dozen  people that I was acquainted witii were  tiiere, plus what looked like a whole  town fulL of people, gathered under a  huge and dirty canvas cover. The Big  :fop.  7 Well, what did you expect.when you  haven't seen a circus in 10, or even 20  ' years? Did you really think the ladies  would be beautiful? Did you really  think that it would all be the same? Did  you really think that you'd be 2, or 4 or  10 years old? That you'd want to run  into the ring? Did you think that when  you saw all those dogs, poked and  prodded, did you think you'd still think  it was alright? Did you think when you  saw them climb up, and'feign falling,  . did you think you wouldn't see that?  .That you'd be convinced? Did you think  after the clown deliberately blew; his  ���jtrick, and the big fat barker yellediout  to the children,''^touldjve_g|yj  -another=chance?'TT5rd" you think 'that  you could join them, and yell back  "yes", or "no"? Did you think that  would happen?.  Did you think that you could see the  fat man give the elepjiant a Coke, and  all the time it was a commercial, advertising, advertising* Coca-Cola and  the concession stand, and the elephant.  "with suchincredible 'ffa^eMd patience  knocked it over, pretending to drink it,  did you think that that would be  alright? Did you think that when the  lady brought over that huge stack of  cotton candy for the elephant to eat,  and the whole _crowd sort of recoiled,,  did you think that that would be*  alright?        j  Did you think you wouldn't notice*  that none of the workers, and almost  none of the performers, wore white?  Carmelita, Rosita, The Batiste Family,  did you think you wouldn't have to think  about that?  Did you think that, you could see  those ladies in their sequined bathing  suits, their costumes, teetering around  in the bumpy dirt ring, on those high  heels that nobody wears anymore/  while we bundled together to keep off  the chiUy night air, did you think you  wouldn't have to notice that? That it  wouldn't,register?     ..    ,...,'.   ., I  ^d^you-tliinHhatfwlien you saw th&  little girls, eight years old he kept  saying, just eight years old, prancing  and strutting, and holding out their  arms for applause, did you think you  could just applaud? Did you think that?  There's always supposed to be  something mythically magic about the  circus. The circus never changes. No,  the circus never changes. But you do,  and the world does. ��� Dianne Kor-  chynski. ,  BEACHCOMBERS    Production   Assistant   Cathy   Howard,   left, discusses a few of the .day's problems  with script consultant Suzanne Finlay at the CBC office in Lower Gibsons.  When everything falls apart,  her job is to put it back together  This is the second of a series of stories  about the people who work behind the  scenes of the Beachcombers television  production in Gibsons.)  By MARYANNE WEST  The friendly voice which answers the  CBC Beachcomber's phone is most likely  to be that of production assistant Cathy  Howard. It's a phone which makes  frequent demands from the corner of a  small desk which is the nerve centre for  the whole production, and it competes for  Cathy's attention with a radiophone, the  constant chatter on the inter-com and the  coming and going of personnel on a variety  of missions.  "I've learned to ignore the inter-com  until I hear my own name," Cathy  responded to my losing battie with the  . distraction, lowering the volume while we  : talked.  were notified of the change; Relic who  hadn't expected to be needed today was  phoned to catch the Tyee returning from  Vancouver (waking actors is part of the  job!), and Doris Blomgren notified to call  in, the traffic patrols.  The good and the bad in dealing with  the public also falls to Cathy. Coping with  complaints (not so many these dafs ���  maybe we've come to adopt a grin-and-  bear-it attitude to traffic hold-ups in the  lower village?!) and shepherding visiting  children from across the country who want  autographs and whose parents want to  take pictures of their offspring talking to  Nick or Relic. Cathy speaks warmly and  with gratitude of the co-operation and  understanding she receives from the  community, particularly from motel staff  who cheerfuUy accept the vagaries of  these odd media people who may turn up  whole operation. Without her cheerful and  unflappable competence, her prompt and  often innovative attention to all those  smaU details which are the lubrication of a  complex piece of machinery, the Beachcombers might very well grind to a halt.  CBC  The Broken  The final program of this season's  Hornby CoUection, Saturday 8:05 p.m.,  will be a documentary prepared by Ann  PoUock on the remote and uninhabited  Broken Islands in Barclay Sound on the  west coast of the Island. This series  represents the - air-time returned to  Page A-2 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, June 21,1978  Cut out -_���  4he amotions  Editor, The Times:  Regarding two comments in particular  from your article, in relation to the Park  Avenue "Donnybrook", I would reply:  To the person who commented that  "access to the beach on .Park Ave. was  never a secret" ��� I've lived there three  yejars, and only knew about it two weeks  ago, along with a number of other families  on the avenue. What is this ? No secret  onlyXothe members of the club! As for the  Volkswagen being-driven down to gather  seaweed ��� it might surprise you, in the  narrowness of your outlook, to find out that  many people drive cars which are slightly  larger than "wind-up" toys (my apologies  to all smaU car drivers). Don't be childish.  We don't want a super-highway, just  enough room to drive down in comfort and  view nature at its best.  To the other person who sets herself up  as the guardian of my conscience  regarding the safety of my children ��� I  say butt-out.  ��� While I am the first to realizethat I  have not been blessedwith planter-saints  instead of g66d, healthy active children; I  feel I can control them,' teach them water-  safety, et al. You,' however, blind to  , common sense as you are, would want the  beach access kept bushy so that kids might  "sneak" there���and then a tragedy might  well occur. As for the comment, quote ���  "so help me, I'll shoot them", I can only  say that this in itself shows immaturity at  its.utmost.  Would a cool, calculated approach not  be more the order of the day here? Let's  cut out the emotions, the fantasized  tragedies, the grandiose shows of condescension in the application of some  miniscule sign saying "Beach Access".  Let's have an access that everyone can  enjoy ��� not only the privileged few.  J.E. Belanger,  Park Avenue.  Islands  defence of riitii^ment  The following article by Marguerite  Fojxall of Sechelt appeared in the, June  issue of "The Elder Statesman." Although  we1 are fairly unsympathetic to the notion  of |a compulsory retirement age, we enjoyed Mrs. Foxoll's argument that  retirement isn't necessarily an unproductive or boring situation aiid thought  you might enjoy her defence of. the  leisurely life after 65.  jl have been listening to Garson Kanin  protesting against compulsory retirement  at [age 05 an I have been doing a 'little  private research. I have yet to meet a  senior who wants to go back to "work". ���.,  noijway,  [What keeps seniors busy and happy  here?   , ,  Firstk our homos. How comfortable to  manage your home slowly ��� lwddling I  caflf It. Even tho men holp, and I know  several of them who are excellent cooks.  They aro also great at spotting bargains.  Some people travel ~ Arizona, Hawaii  or around the world, Wo hove senior Davo  I lay ward at his tours ��� local, Vancouver,  and at tho timq of writing a bus-load awuy   tft.Qte.oeyj��ind.--ww��-w-^��4w-��m������.  We have hobbles: Painting (wo have a  numbor of excellent painters), knitting,  macramo, sewing - the list Is endless.  Music -- tho talent wo have is unbelievable. Two of our members have Just  taken top awards In tho Sunshlno Coast  Musical Festival, Wo havo Mary and Art  Redman with their piano and violin ��� they  give so much enjoyment to tho public and  our-parties.  Tflhrco years ago, eight seniors sUirtod a  Senior Curling Club, Now, there are 32.  The Peninsula Vdmeb  There is the Seniors Carpet Bowling and  Senior Swingers Orchestra and Dancers.  Sechelt has a very active Garden Club,  many of them seniors, and we compare  more than favorably with any town in  Canada in the beauty of our gardens. We  have a combined hospital auxiliary and  thrift shop. This thrift shops is a model of  efficiency and brings In thousands of  dollars for hospital equipment.  We have time for friendship, and we  entertain ��� parties full of good talk,  reminiscing of Vancouver and the other  parts of tho world from whence we came.  We Joke and laugh and sing and when the  little puckoO comes out and screams it's  three o'clock in the morning we say "Who  cares?"  '*',"" But bent of all, we are.maklng Way tor  tiiQso thousands of young pcoplo who need  employment and then someday Uiey may  liavo tho pleasure of retirement at 65.  -f^Tferprevlouj?,productton assistantrgave  J^p'UieXbattle! on* the v^rge of a riervous'  ^breakdown four years ago and Cathy, who  had fiUed in on a temporary basis from her  job on the CBC reception desk in Vancouver, found herself based in'MoUy's  Reach. Production assistant for a TV crew  which works on location is a far more  complex and challenging job than one  based in a formal studio-office.  When ;a final script emerges from  Suzanne Finlay's conference process, it is  Cathy who types it up and duplicates the  required number of copies. She also  'provides everyone with a daily call sheet,  the breakdown of each day's action; where  filming will take place, which actors,  extras and crew will be needed; major  props and sets, meal arrangements with  precise times for set and unit calls and  wrap-up, plus any other data pertinent to  the specific occasion.  "Flexibility is the name of my jqj^i',..  Cathy explained. "In those first years I  was sometimes reduced to tears of  "'frustration. Just when I was ready to go  home and prepare supper at 7 p.m. or  later, with everything shipshape, and all  the call sheets typed and tucked Into the  proper pigeon holes, everything would fall  apart and it would all have to be re-done".  Changes often have to be made on short  notice; it's the name of the game. But  filming for each episode Is now organized  so as to minimize confusion. "Today was  not unusual," Cathy said. "Tho weather  was unsuitable so we switchod from  filming off Norsal Bay to scones In Molly's  Reach." A routine change and update of  call sheets, Bruno and the other actors  ^^^^mm.m^^Z^^^^0^^  Wonder, Part IV. Music of Keith McKie,  profile of M. Mercure.  Music de Chez Nous 7:05 p.m. Or-  chestre de Radio-Canada. Haydn,  Blacher, Resphigi.  My Music 8:35 p.m. BBC quiz.  Concern 9:05 p.m. New Metaphors for  Canada, John Robert Colombo.  "and whose plans ares always, subject, to  change without notice or with* very^little  notice.       , Af" ,. -  While not a so-caUed glamour job  where the action is ��� and Cathy admits to  sometimes looking wistfully out of her  small office window at the crew cavorting  on the dock or out in the bay ��� production  assistant is far from a dull 9-4 routine .Like  many other jobs, Cathy's tends? tq alterr  nate between times of relative, quiet and  frenetic action when everything happens  at one and the ability to keep one's cool is  essential.  The predictability of the routine part of  the work is balanced by never knowing  what may happenvnext; by having to be  always ready to make* changes at a  moment's notice. And what do you do  when you suddenly need a hockey helmet  on a Sunday? (Walt Nygren to the rescue.)  Or when you discoyer that the knee socks  .���.sentupirom VancOuvpr to match the old-  fashioned plus-fours to be worn by an old  country relative of Relic's are nowhere  near long"enough and he can't go on>  camera in bobby socks? (A search through  the stores proved unsuccessful but Cathy  was able to make a passable pair of knee  socks from two pairs of dress socks.)  From responding to a deliberately  calm voice over the phone ~- "I don't want  to panic anyone, but the Reach is one fire"  ��� to replacing the sandwich lunch which  Diane Staploy Inadvertently left outside to  be promptly devoured by the crows, one  never knows what each day may bring.  Though Cathy sees her Job as  something of a Cinderella role, I get tho  feeling it Is actually tho linchpin of tho  ���&t  ,,A,,. , I ���  ..i1',- m.  Published Wednesdays al Secliell  -^rm-H.-C.-'s'SiinshlncCnnsr-'-  by  The Peninsula Tunas  lor Wesiprcs Publications l.ld.  at Sechelt, n.C.  ��***#f*hrH, W.C.  ���,.,���,w.VjONJAO     .  PhniK'HNS-.WI  In S p.m, Tucs.-.Sal,  "7 *���'���"  ,r,sv;  and poets, produced by Don Mowatt aiid  will return in the fall.  Concern, Sunday 9:05 p.m., asks author  and poet John Robert Columbo about  Canada, how he thinks we see ourselves,  as a mosaid or a crazy quilt, a nation on  the analyst's couch with identity  problems? ��� Maryanne West ��� ^  '  CBC-AM 690  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21  British Theatre 2:04 p.m. Going Back,  by Owen HoUer ��� a ghost story.  Mostly Music 10:20 p.m. B.C. Choirs  Festival from the B.C. Heritage Festival  1978.  Nightcap 11:20 p7m. Harry Spillman  and Peter Ustinov. ,  THURSDAY, JUNE 22     ,  British Theatre 2;04 p.m. The Toff and  the Runaway Bride, Part IV.  Playhouse 8:04 p.m. Fables of Ableman  by Harvey Berger, Jl ��� The Missing  Mummy.  Country Road 8:30 p.m. O'Reill and  Cody. ���'.������"  Mostly Music 10:20 p.m. CBC Vancouver Orchestra, Music from the Animal  Kingdom.  ��� Nightcap 11:20 p.m. Fanla Fenalon.   -  FRIDAY, JUNE 23  Jazz Radio-Canada 8:30 p.m. Bob Hales  Band, Humber Stage Band.  Mostly Music 10:20 p.m. CBC Vancouver Orchestra, Music from the Animal  Kingdom.  Nightcap 11:20 Noel Harrison.  SATURDAY, JUNE 24  Between Ourselves 6:15 p.m. Northern  Quebec.  Tho Hornby Collection 8:05 p.m. Tho  Broken Group, a documentary by Ann  Pollock.  -Anthology 10:05 p.m. Poetry by F;Rr  Scott. ''Playground", short story"by John  Metcalf.  Music from tho Shows 11:05 p.m.  Listeners' requests. >.. ',,.,.  SUNDAY, JUNE 25  The Entertainers 4:35  p.m.  Stovlo  Complete  support  Editor, Tho Times:  On behalf of tho Timber Days Committee for W8, wo wqujld llko to thank you  . for������Uio ���..raoellont"licoverage .��� .of..,.. our  ,   festivities.      ���""'  When we first accepted Uie positions on  the committeo wo did'not realize how  demanding It was. The pressures soemod  Km mm* tffiiltat^  wo had comploto supjort. That complete  MONDAY, JUNE 26  British Theatre 2:,64 p.m. The GaUery  of K&'yPatritk:\    -  Gold Rush 8:30 p.m. Bill Reiter and  Terry David Mulligan. Etta James.  Mostly Music 10:20 p.m. I Can't Hear  the Music with Gener DiNovi. All this  week.  Nightcap 11:20 p.m...,, Report on  Canadian and British film industries. Part  ,1 of Seven Years in Tibet by Heinrich  Harrer, repeat. --_-._.-.���...  TUESDAY, JUNE 27  British Theatre 2:04 p.m. The Dark  Island, Part V. "  Touch the Earth 8:30 p.m. Tom Taylor,  impersonator of Woodie Guthrie.  Nightcap 11:20 p.m. Mrs. Walter  Groplus.  CBC-FN 105.7  Ideas 8:04 p.m. Wednesday ��� Aging;  Thursday, Friday ��� New Archeology and  Ancient Settlers; Monday ��� Red Man -  White World; Tuesday ��� Referndum  Canada.  Radio International Friday 9:04 p.m: ���  11:30 p.m. Merchant of Venice, BBC  production.  Audience Saturday 9:05 p.m. Contemporary Theatre, Part I. William  Glassco of Taragon Theatre; Part II,  Ronald Bryden, ey-critlc; Part HI, Interlude songs by Mahler and Obradors  sung by Ingrld Suderman; Part IV, Martin  Esslin, European drama critic.  Festival Theatre Monday, 9:04 p.m.  Three Quick Tricks by Michel Trlmblay.  CBC-TV  Saturday Canadian Open Golf  Championships, Oakvillc 3-5 p.m.,  Sunday Burton Cummings, Randy  Bachman special, 9-10 p.m. Repeat. This  Land 10 p.m, Lighthouses on tho East  Coast.  Monday Saskatorlo ��� a new province?  Hosts June Calwood,W.O. Mitchell, 7 p.m:  Countdown to tho CommonwealUi Games  ��� a look at athletes In training, 7:30 p.m.  Tuesday ��� Across Canada 10:30 p.m.  Edmonton's Boylo St.  p. - -i rm      W,,J  amier^utl]  Jl^i'^Wl^KWflaluier^ "Rvi&^fi^'te'lnVo,. ���  ���.���, ��� ������ M.v  discusser the proposed Chqekye to   with a group of skepticalresidents at   Madeira Park Legion last Saturday,  >  i ���     -��� - .-��   ���"���������', Ppmnsiilfl,,!'^^.M����j!:t!hmkyty<'~r\:h*  *t~m.  ,r-   ��. ' -u .  ' k "���vi-w".  'llr-'^ah'," '' *^>'*.."vn.1.-- '������ ''���������������'"������;...'.'.���<���;-t��.(  open housoM held bVHydroM the Kathy Acton,  Socholt.  ^CSajadianf  mmmmmmmmmmlm  afri i     I   '  ...:x.  )���'  ���p|tJ��w#i-��V*'i'MfW*������#*> WW *,*)* oWaidHWiiyTWj $*>  >��v  <*":*  ���'���".v,V",  'V *- w  *   .  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BKstt-,  mtdbtpg^  h  opt*  1'- - J.:'i��:h^mwi''--. & ���a'-p^-T��� *;'..p-y''-  1P.W. ��� & *,'       \      k|  '-'. * ,'  * ���<"**.r,  -f-^r  Mm m **  We re tight for youi  hfOUfiMrr.��" .���mi  Vita tf*>cHta<-*A'.v*m   ^'Bftj-flBI^ "fit W-*  W w��W��**rw** *.*!* ***M <�����!���"   If   tn<f**tf #1**  *> (t-DlJ* I^Ve-H.**^* *.Ji#d��fl(l,)Uiai|!�����imwW,  r��*>Ml'��vWi( *��� *i riffle jfM>*ijiflJrt( it V**t#   (tisf J***^!* W      �� w�����w*(BlfW   ^Fl^W^^^^n^sfW^ti^BeiMlstMiWi, l(H^WJ5wa��BwM^B��p-tia��I( W  *"* ~   '* * * '    ' " "  ���j--is��ltjl  tmaf^n   <a*Mt���.fifmJm**ki!t  r;  ��� '  1 1,  h   1  \    ,,,'.  .0 r^--  xz  yt'Y*;  ���TT  ������������. -���), . .. (,(���;���  &ZX3*g^---  I    ���;  June 16 was perfect for sports day at  Halfmoon Bay Elementary ��� cloudy yet  calm. But if the weather was calm many of  the little hearts were anything'but that as  they eagerly looked forward to match the  blue team against the red team.  Mrs. Mim Davies had the day well  planned with parents participating,  helping to run the games and with the  refreshments.  The R��d team was victorious, with  Kenny Sorensen winning the most points  for the boys, Kristos Grames second,jwd,_  . a fine "way to celebrate your birthday,  Geoff Grognet came third on his ninth  birthday.  First in the girls, also on the red team,  was Gabrielle King, second, Dawn  Goodmen, and the third little lady was  from the ;blue team, Donna Nygard.  v All students taking J)art won points for  something as the range of sports was wide  enough for each one's specialty.  Charlene Eyearley had quite a few  seconds but the obstacle-race placed-her-  first; for Tracey Laakso it was the ball  bounce; Ferla Pacer's steady hand for the  brush and ruler race; Christy Hawes just  missed first place in several races; Erica  Renouf skipping and pole climbing and  straining her ankle in the process washer  thing for the day; Casey Packer brush and  ruler and the ball bounce; Ron Kieselbach  placed fourth, another all round sport;  Jamie Graham tried very hard and earned  '- a lot of third ribbons the competitionjwas.  tough; Cynthia Wickwire skipped her way  to a first and beat them all finding and  putting on her shoes for the shoe race.  The climax for the day came with the  tug-o-war won by the Red Team and the  adult tug-o-war with the men against the  women ��� an easy pullover for the ladies,  perhaps because there were more of \hem  present. Elementary school students  helping for the day joined in with the meh.  Students helping were, Panos Grames,  Billy Trousdell, Margaret Connor, Brenda  Marshall, Sonia Soregsonr  Preschoolers-Caught the fever from  Jhgii^istefsand ran a good race, Deanna  Nygard first, Sarah Beaven second, and  Stefan Hawes third. Also running were  Jennifer and Allison King and Jodi Thorn.  SWIMMING LESSONS  ' The Halfmoon Bay Recreation Commission will be having swimming lessons  at the beach in front of Cooper's Green.  Registration will take place at the Post  Office June 27, Tuesday, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.  The instructor will be Sandra Jorgenson.'  Further information from Peggy Connor^  885-9347. .  Henry and Marg Nygard, former  residents renewing old friends, are here  from Haney.  Winn Clark of West Vancouver is a  longtime friend of Thea Leutche and is  ��� enjoying a visit with her.   .,.',,'    ,   .��....,  A delightful visitor from Worthy,  Sussex, England at the Jerry Williams  home has been Joyce's cousin Elsie  . Clarke. Showing her B.C. they were in the  interior duririg the hot spell. Last week  they enjoyed lovely weather at Long  Beach where they stayed at a cottage  three steps from the beach, easy to watch  the big breakers roll in from the Pacific  and walk on the hard sand.  HOME AGAIN  Martin Packer (Joe Dhoogic) has been  working for the past seven months at  Sooke  picking   fern   for   the   Western  Evergreen company at potirtenay^ He is  now home and planning to stay put.  ERROR  Had -theNv^ong ^rcer^Jt-was^Fred  Mercer who so Kindly worked on the  Fluorescent lighting at Welcome Beach  hall, not BUI.   FAWN F0UND  A fawn was discovered on its own near  Langdale and watched for a few days, to  make sure the mother was not near. When  a doe was found killed by a car in the  vicinity, Jami^St^^n rescuedI ttie_smg.ll.  ^onerHelook it home" where his wife  already had a young dear of her own ���  Roger only a couple of weeks old. But with  David, 3 and Alice 2, to help they soon had  it on its feet and running up the basement  stairs to be with the family.  Conservation Officer Stephen has since  taken it to Stanley Park where it is in the  deer compound behind the childrens train.  CHASE VISITED  Mike Foley of Squamish and his family  -<lrove~his-granfather-Ed-Edmunds-and-  Ruby Warne up to Chase to visit Ed's  daughter Doug and Marion Foley.  Chuck and Peggy Ayer have started on  their new home on^Redrooffs Road and  Janet-Alibi's new home is fast becoming  ready for occupancy.  ACCIDENT AT OB LOGGING,,  SECHELT INLET  Frank Kingston, 25, was spooling a  strawline on a drum when the line let go  -and thWbteck-hit him on the head knocking  him eight feet in the air. At. St. Paul's  Hospital Frank is in good spirits despite  his* injuries. He has four cracked ribs, a  collapsed lung, light damage to the head  but the worst part is his left arm where the  nerves are thought to be severed. The  accident occurred Sunday, June IL He  was flown down to St. Mary's then' immediately transferred to St. Paul's  Hospital. Frank is the son of Mary Lehman of West Sechelt.  By returns irom vacation to  resume her column next week.)  PENDER HARBOUR Secondary  Class* President Debbie Roosen  delivers the valedictory address at  the school's convocation program last  Friday. Graduates are Teresa Gay  Barsaloux, Katherine Emily Bilcik,  Nancy Helen Cameron, .Russell John  Camerony-Deborah Betsy^Carswell���  Linda Elaine Christian, April Lori  Edwardson, Deborah Leone Hanna,  Diana Lynn Iverson, Deidre Marie  Kammerle, Katherine Diana Lloyd,  Sharon Elizabeth MacKay, Merridith  Clair Porter, Anthony John Potts,  Sylvia Christine Richardson,  Deborah Joan Roosen and Henry  CharlesSundquistr-y~~���="*���l���  HEALTH & WELFARE  CANADA  advises that  ROBERTS CREEK DAZE  may be hazardous  to bad moods  AVOID SMILING.  J. CHOQUER & SONS  CERTIFIED WELDER FABRICATOR���INDUSTRIAL & MARINE  Box 1235  Socholt, B.C. VON 3A0  EAST PORPOISE BAY ROAD  But: 885-9244  Ros: 885-2686  VISTA  IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS LTD.  PAINTING - RENOVATING  CONSTRUCTION - LANDSCAPING  "ONE CALL DOES IT ALL"  434-4145^885=50!  Mfm'f^xrxv  wm �����>  " ����Tfi'j /*N(Vi  i  DEATH BENEFITS   , *  * Many people are not  aware of the death  benefits payable by  various   Crown   agencies.  * Tho Canada Pension Plan-  will pay up to $1,045.00 on  the death of a contributor.  This Is In addition to the  widow's pension.  */V veteran's family may  boollglblofor a grant from  D.V.A.   or   the   Last   Post  "^ Fundr-r-'r-  * At time of need, Devlin  Funoral Homo will assist  tho family In determining^  eligibility for various  government or private  death benefits. ,  fat frvotm (MfaVHOtfaH  D.A. DEVLIN  nWnrr-��nnnap;c|r  ??��!��� H" I*  H.**.*  *-������*���*���' Imi*,'      I  Your "Authorized" Frontier Dealer  .-d  -tv-  Travel Tips  arming Your Trip"  By Ken and Marsha RocWs  The first thing lo consider is where on earth you are goingh  Is it strange territory or is it to old, familiar places? Large  scale maps seem to be1 the most useful if they are available. If  you are like Marsha and I, we like to take aH the back roads  we can because you get a better feel for the area, the people  and  the  countryside.     It  is   not  like  being  on  a  super��  interstate highway where all you see are the service stations  and eating houses along t.hft route.   fipt, out, there-admrp t.hp-  people are, but before you go, don't forget to make sure you  have the proper registration and insurance neatly tucked  away. You never know when you mjight be asked for it. If  you are lucky enough to be going on an extended vacation, be  sure to leave at least youK'license plate numb.er with family,  or friends. Just in the eyfcrit something serious comes up at  home, it is likely that you can be contacted through the  highway patrol.  When you are on the road, don't oyerdo the. driving.  Trying to'find a parking spot in the darkHsf frustrating and  nerve wracking. Estimate just how far you want to travel  each day and try to stick to if. Relaxed travel is the name of  the game on holidays.  Maps, of course, are the most important thing you can  carry; Go to the book store bid buy a good Rand MacNalley  with large scale maps of every state and province. You can  get niore detailed maps of the area you are in fromttie local  tourist office, just stop and pick them up when you get near  your destination. Don't forget to use the old C.B. if you find  yourself lost in a large city. There is always someone on the  airways who will help you find your way. ,  Planning the trip should be done well in advance. We find  it easiest to make a list as things come to mind;, and then  cross off the list as things needed are acquired. Don't forget  the tool box. If you are like me, if I couldn't fiddle and fix  the unit, I wouldn't be happy,  Remember the purpose of the trip is to have fun and enjoy  what you set out id do. Plan it well'and it will be more  enjoyable for everyone.   Clear skies and good traveling.  -.-****  /��&��*  ^.^CTgawff  78 DODGE MAXI-VAN  VAN CONVERSION  stove ��� fridge ��� furnace ��� plus much more.  COM* IN AND TALK A DEAL  ON THE SPOT FINANCING  AVAILABLE O.A.C.  next to St-Mary'* in Sechelt  .���-.   ..y  D01680A  ���W.<F*%ri,tf��iv �� >,  f J 1*    * I     VW*,     flUf-H. i��m. raWrf.wa.W'.WU'SB *  < A*nwrHeweKm 0  W& ��J"p"i>*'����  ** mafia it      is,H^��tJ*i*wm��-^t"V*"t��JB",*k^ rt* *WI-*W��WI* ��rl  ^trt��*Mii��i#^��w��ts*w<*W������  ft-of ^e*fcl"-'**"m( Uf  ���* '  t>   .    /   I. 'i  The Creek runoff'.  Powell River News  iTrack nearxompletiori  By Annie Dempiter, 885-3326  TRACK NEAR COMPLETION Avenue will celebrate their Golden  -The-woric-bee-for-the-fitness-traek-at���Wedding Anniversary^~fhnrsdayTJune  29. They are having an open house for their  friends on Saturday, June 24,  The Carlsons were married in Vancouver and lived much of their married  lives in logging camps during the hard7  days of the 30s, Mabel as a cook, Ernie as  a boom man.  Mabel and Ernie have been residents of  The Greek for a good many years. Ernie  was in charge of the booming grounds  when they were down at the mouth of the  creek some 40-odd years ago.  Mabel's nieces are coming out from  Drumheller,* Alberta, to celebrate this  momentous occasion with them. . -';  Congratulations, folks.  WATCH FOR PARTICULARS ON THE  UP AND COMING ROBERTS CREEK  DAZE CELEBRATION.  Hope to see you all there.  Roberts Creek Elementary on Saturday,  June 17, was a huge success. It was impossible to count the number who turned  out to work on the clearing as there were  people scattered all through the trails  armed with shovels, rakes, machetes,  mattocks and the like. Men, women and  children < worked like beavers cutting  brush, pulling salal roots; moving rocks,  raking and what have you. It's community  spirit like that that makes our area so  close knit. It appears that there is still a  fair amount of rocks to move and some fill  to be laid on parts of the trail at which  point it will be ready for use.   At_2;30 everyone stopped for a lovely  lunch that the. parents auxiliary had  provided. The fantastic weather was a  jnost helpful asset in making the day a  , success. Thanks to everyone who turned  out to lend a hand. Once again our  teachers were right out there giving of  their time, energy and labour.  ALUN-A-DAZE BIG SUCCESS  Also a huge success on Saturday was  the All-In-A-Daze dance that the Community Association Ways and Means  committee sponsored. We had to turn  away scores, of people at the door as there  were pre-sold tickets only and the tickets  were sold out by Friday. We must  -apologize to the folks turned away, but the  hall holds only so many people and the fire  regulations do now allow for over-  * crowding. It is suggested ^that people_get  their tickets well in advance for the next  dance as we anticipate a big turnout. The  band "Blue Northern" will be playing at   the dance on Roberts Creek Daze, July 15r  The fund to help build and equip a  community centre for Roberts Creek is  starting to grow. Slowly, mind you, bujt  nevertheless, it is growing. We have to  start somewhere. Thanks to all the people  who made this dance such a big success.  IN FAVOR OF  REGIONAL BOARD  Once again the Regional form of  government has proved to be very  necessary for our type of area. When the  issue of a beach access at the bottom of  Park Ave. came up, Harry Almond was  there talking to the people involved and  getting their opinions on what the majority  wants and doing something about it, such  as taking a vote and relaying that to the  Highways Department who, in turn, have  promised to abide by the .wishes of the  Wednesday, June 21,1978  JPafift:A=��.  PilcMnTO   Hccp  Ddli/h Columbia  ^��0lllwr~���~  THE LOCAL LIONS Club and. the for   the   next , four   weeks.   The  Sechelt RCMP kicked off the Neigh- engravers    are    a    method    of  bourhood Watch Program June 12 in safeguarding personal property WitfiT  West Sechelt. Volunteers will be going non-removable identification" in .,an  door-to-door with electric engravers effort to combat theft. From left to  right are: Jim Connors,"project coordinator, lions Dave Hitchcock and  Jim Young, Const. Mike Brewster  and Const! Dave McDougall.  Timber Trail  Riding Club  TRAIL RIDE  June 25th #10 am  Garbage Dump Rd.  Porpoise Bay  Members &  non-members  welcome.  Weather '  permitting.  Sechelt notes  Rev. Godkin retires  by Peggy Connor,. 885-9347  A marvellous tribute was paid to  retiring Reverend N.J. Godkin and his  wife Enid at St. Hilda's Church on June 13.  The~-occasion���was-the monthly family  breakfast which followed the morning  service. _-'-.'  Sechelt Parish of the. Anglican_Church_  includes St. Hilda's Church in Sechelt and  Pender Harbour's St. Andrews which is in  the process of being built.  One hundred and twenty:five people  filled the church hall with the Webb family  the hosts. The Pender Harbour  congregation contributed to the breakfast  and helped in the cleaning up.  Warden for Pender Harbour, Peter  Presecky and warden Harry Jenkins for  St. Hilda's presented the couple with an  Alberta spruce tree to be a living reminder  of the warm thoughts extended to them  upon retiring. The tree was decorated with  thoughtful wishes from the two  congregations. A card made by Lea  Watson of Madeira Park and illustrated by  John Robertson of Sechelt included a black  and white picture of St. Hilda's Church on  _         one cover.and on the other a picture of the  peopierCan you see mepeoplrftaving^any���proposed St. Andrew_s_Church. The card  voice in these matters if we were governed   was presented by David Foxall arid "was"  replacement. He is Reverend John  Paetkau, recently of St. John's Church in  Shaughnessy, Vancouver. First service is  June 18. ��� <    "  It is five years since the Godkins first  arrived here and their presence has made  -a big impression on^the area".-  AGELESS DELIGHT  Two young girls, 10 and 11, "happened"  to miss the school bus home last week. The  fact the circus was in town might have  something to do with it. However, then-  plans were-for j nothing as the 4 p.m.  showing of the Carson and Barnes circus  was delayed.  The small ferry from Powell River was  the culprit, impossible to load all the  equipment needed for this travelling Big  Top. There was a small accident involving  the truck, transporting-some of the  elephants, plus the dog act never did get to  Sechelt in time for the show.  , The girls did get to the 8 p.m. showing  and were absolutely delighted, feeding the  elephants and touching the hippopotamous  was the top event for them. The evening  performance was just over when the dark  -threatening clouds  that hovered  over  from another place other than right here  locally? . /     ">'.,,  COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION    ' ',  GENERAL MEETING  The Community Association will hold  its last general meeting for the summer  7:30 tonight, Wednesday, June 21, at the  community hall. The executive-will be  available if there are any problems that  arise or if one neette-i them in any capacity.  The regular monthly meetings will  resume in September.   ; ���yy-:���~���'y~7~.  GOLDEN   WEDDING   ANNIVERSARY  Mabel and Ernie Carlson from Beach  <  is your way  of introduction.  CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORY BOARD  signed by those present.  ���   ��� A presentation of a bouquet of Victorian  .posies'was made by Kester Tomkies to  Mrs. Enid Godkin.  The Holy Family Church had a  delegation present with Mrs. Kay Lequime  giving a Kay Wells Painting on their  behalf.  Ivan Smith representing the Boy Scouts  movements presented a Scout tray. St,  Hilda's congregation had a meat platter to  add to their Wedgewood china set. :l::  Honoring Reverend Godkin also were  Walter Ackroyd of the Pender Harbour  Tabernacle and Reverend A. Reinhardt of  the United Church.    ,      ��� >  Harry Jenkins, spokesman for the day,  said we are fortunate in that the Godkins  are remaining in the area at their home  near Silver Sands..  Kay Hatcher, secretary fop the Sechelt  Parish says the best tribute to a minister'  who   is   leaving,   is   to   support   his  Sechelt that night let go with heavy haiF  showers.  The circus has had its'-share of bad  weather, from snow in Wyoming to rough"  rides on the ferries due to high Winds. And  so many ferries to travel, from  Washington to Vancouver Island and  across to Powell River, always just  missing the good weather.  The patients in St. Mary's Hospital had  the best ringside seats of all as from their  vantage point-they-could-see the tents-  being put up and taken down again,  loading of the elephants and other interesting aspects of circus life.  A prior commitment kept me from the  show but picking up the girls after I talked  to some members of the circus. They were  friendly and pleasant.  GREENE COURT ANNUAL MEETING  The annual meeting for members of the  Sunshine Coast Senior Citizens' Housing  Society was held June 13 at the home of  Norman Burley in Sechelt. Re-elected  directors for another three years  ���were:Harold E. Nelson, Mary Walker,  John Goodwin and Norman Burley. The  other eight directors are Betty Cooke, Bill  Nielsen, Adele de Lange, and Christ Ward  with one year to go; Marie Firth, Yvette  Kent, Virginia Atherton and Ada Dawe  with two more years.  Housing Chairperson Ada-Dawe felt the  buildings needed painting this year on the  outside.  Admission Chairman Mary Walker  reported the cottages were all occupied.   President Harold Nelson announced the-  holdup of the new proposed-additions with  the government putting obstacles in the  way.  SWIMMERS TO BE INSTRUCTED  For those interested in having their  children learn to swim in the Sechelt area,  there will be instruction available.  Registration will take place June 28, 1  (p.m. to 3 p.m. at the Trail Bay Mall.  Further information on phoning Sandra  Jorgenson 885-9796.       N  TRAVELERS TO ENGLAND  Mr. and Mrs. Dave Knight of Selma  Park have returned from a five .week  holiday which took in England, Wales and  Northern Ireland. They enjoyed seasonal  weather. That's weather that does what it  is supposed to, at this time of the year, so if  didn't stop any of their plans.  In Northern Ireland Mrs. Knight's  purse was searched when entering a  supermarket as there had been a recent  MORTGAGE MONEY  AVAILABLE  ,fflt'��^rr..>*  PENDER HARBOUR CREDIT UNION  883-2236  Madeira Park  883-91122  bombing there.  Attention Community GroupsandOi^ganizafions  When you buy a Westwood homo, tho cost ol all  the components is known before the hou9o is con  structed, You don't get hit with rising or badly estimated matorlals costs.  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So let's get  .workinganfojb&ne wid��asi  ���������*��w  V "  Idt   Employment ��ml        CmploUl  ��� x    Immigration Canada   Immigration Canada  WTCOIKpifflifirTO^  tlB.  p it' v*  : y-t'<'f"H,���.\.!slfi- ���''������"������   *'���  mmrt^m'  J'*     ,'  rta**'   -Wi  *   ,' J pi J  ^W  ..J I  t      <\  ,n  ,. -*<�����'  * ***  . .*m*-* n^WWUW*.*.*. ^*^.����yi���p.l��^ rt  A ,i  \  "*.  -  '��i*# ***i �����*,#����***** ���"'W��^   h **W-BfN^S^-4^fcipfiu^*��.W��^S  ;*��Hp��������fiHB<(������'��*  ���^K'1W'pSWWp��Wt*^aiWW-^lWBt'p��W'i  �����v *  i  m  Mi  'I  ��� I  .' ( ; -  Vj  MORE ABOUT  Page A-6  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, June 21, 1978  Central oil storage pushed  [ .1 Tnnif ii if- I  " - - .^SS^^^r0^"*-'-  MORE ABOUT  The greatest show  ���From Page A-l "  "We're always needing people to help  out doing something and if a kid shows'  interest", I don't try to discourage them,"  said Gibbs. "I remember what it feels  like."  Gibbs said that while a good portion of  the circus people are picked up from  various parts of the States, most these  days are born into the circus. A large  Mexican family makes up most of the  Carson and Barnes'1100 performers and  circus roustabouts.  But according to Gibbs it is possible to  buy your way into,the circus. Wayne  Regan, the circus' 17-year-old lion-tamer,  is the .son of a wealthy couple who own a  resort hotel in Palm Springs.  "But he didn't want no part of that, so  his daddy bought him a catact and here he  is in the circus," said Gibbs. ���  As one who loves the circus life, Gibbs  is sorry to admit that the greatest show on  earth is a dying business. "There's just  not that many good ones around  anymore," said Gibbs. "I guess there's not  that great a demand anymore, either.  Everyone's at home in front of the tube."  Life and circuses have changed since  Jules Leotard thrilled Paris audiences  with the first flying trapeze act in 1859.  People haye grown more cynical about the  acts and the carney.hype. With every  circus performance a little more magic  seems to be lost.  - The Carson' and Barnes June 13 performance ih Sechelt typified the circus'  faded glory. In true show-must-go-on  spirit, the show started three hours late  after an accident at the Earl's Cove ferry  terminal almost proved fatal for Gibbs'  star elephant act.  Gibbs admitted that the Sechelt show  was "not so good" because some of the  best acts were stuck back at the ferry  landing, but figures that people still "got  their money's worth."  What people did get for their money ($4  screwdriver made their way down El  Diablo's gaping gullet as most- of the  crowd gawked- in less than amazement.-  (Gibbs was right;~they'd seen it on TV.) -  A woman, dressed in what looked like  an asbestos cape, demonstrated her  shocking talent for conducting electricity  through fier body and igniting gasoline-  soaked wands.  ' The grand finale of the side show was a  contortionist who climbed into a box and  allowed El Diablo to stick "solid steel  swords" into the box while she twisted fier  rubber-like body to avoid impalement.  El Diablo explained to the crowd that  because the feat is so dangerous the  contortionist has a special clause in her  contract allowing her to collect a quarter  each from those who wished to venture  around the back of the-stage-to see what-  she looked like inside the box. So for just  another 25 cents thrill-seekers got a two  second glimpse of the human pretzel.  Programs featuring "actual circus  scenes" sold for a buck, and for six  minutes only ("Hurry! Hurry!"), the kids  could pick up a Carson and Barnes circus  colouring book at the special price of 50  cents ("just two quarters"). As a bonus,  an 8 by 10 black and white photo of Rags,  the Royal Bental Tiger was thrown in with  the colouring book.  Although the big top tent was tacky, the  performers' costumes slightly seedy and  * the constant hawking distracting, the kids  loved every minute of the show. Gibbs  says they always do.  "There aren't many kids that don't like  the circus," he said in Gibsons just before  the-June 14 show. "Even if it's not just  right, like last night, they don't care ��� it's  still the circus to them."  Gibbs was selling elephant rides to the  kiddies, trying to pull in a few more bucks  before the Great Carson and Barnes Five-  Ring Circus opened the doors of the main  tent.  He was having a little trouble with  SPaanlts^and^foiMihildrenLjiyas-aJew���some-oLthejcluldren who were afraid jo  ABOUT 60 Roberts Creek residents  turned out Sunday to cast their vote  for or against the Park Ave. beach  access. A compromise was reached,  however, and once plans for the road  are drawn up a good, beach access  should make good neighbours.  ���From Page A-l  directors noted that the only other facility  in the area are the Pender Harbour Hotel  and the Madeira Park Legion, which is  closed membership only.  ��� Directors recommended acceptance  if-^-7re-wordirig-ef-flie-Roberts-���Feek--  . Settlement Plan in two sectons. A revised  section drawn up by the planning staff.  . calling for "an attempt" at recycling was  accepted over a draft by a Roberts Creek  group stating that all material should be  composted and recycling take place.  Area D Director Harry Almond told the  Times that the residents' plan was  rejected because it would cost too much to  sort aU the garbage for composting.  Directors also recommended..that a  section opposing continued location bf the  Canadian Propane storage tank in Roberts  Creek be left in the settlement plan.���_��.  The following motions were passed at  the regular board meeting held June 15  immediately after the planning committee  meeting:  ��� The board approved a $2,000  allocation to the Fitness Service for  salaries, and directors agreed the board  would'"consider" taking over the Fitness  Service when its next Canada Works grant  is finished.  The regional district recently assumed  , sponsorship of the successful program and  Fran Berger, fitness co-ordinator, appeared before the boai'd to ask for a firmer  commitment. She said the funding source  requested the commitment of considering  the takeover of the Fitness Service at the  end of the program.  Funds will be re-allocated from the  Recreation program grant for the$2,000-  salary supplement.        ��� The board approved endorsement of  an application by the Presbyterian Church  ;,ibr Recreation, Facilities Assistance, but  will write a letter explaining that the  board is in agreement only as long as that  application does not endangerthe regional  district's chances for" a similar grant. ���  William Perry, a church representative, explained to board members that a  recreation improvement project started  under the NDP government to winterize  -faoilities-at-Camp-Bouglas was -held-up-  because of a rezoning problem three yean  ago,  Perry said because of the hold up the  grant received was not sufficient jand the  group is $45,000 in debt and is requesting a  new grant to pay bills and finish the  development at Camp Douglas.  Perry said that under the new government's plan the group must have local  government support before a grant is  awarded.   * B.C. Scenic Placemats are the easiest  and most colourful gifts to enclose in your  luggage, and uiey take so very little  precious space. ��� MISS BEE'S,  SECHELT.  MORE ABOUT ...  ���Park Ave. access  ���From Page A-l .  of clearing the Park Ave. access, steps .  should be made at the bottom of Margaret  St.  "And we need a sign and signs for all  other beach accesses," she said.  "Think of the children," said Grose.  "Imagine the adventure of walking down a  little trail and finding the beach."  Another woman, however, said she  would not allow her children to use the  access at present because people cannot  -be-seen.by cars in thetrail   "Many a time we've had to jump out of  the way of an oncoming car," she said.  The committee, chosen by Joe  Belanger and Paul Sonntag, the  organizors of the opposing groups, is made  up of Tanneberg, Gibb, Raines, Jim  Hamilton, Wiley and Gwen Varcoe and  will be chaired by Almond.  Almond said he hopes the group will  come to a decision as to details of the  compromise within the. next two weeks,  before the roadbuilding equipment now  being used to widen Park Ave. is gone.  "Now I have to take the decision back  to Forsythe," he said.  The committee will start with a footpath, a turnaround at the beach end of the  access and a signpost clearly marking the  site and work out details of the road plan  from there.  "Highways will do whatever we want,"  said Almond. "It's our decision."  Park Avenue resident Corry Ross said  remarks she made recently to a Times  reporter concerning the access road have  unfortunaely been misinterpreted by some  persons.  14-Point Service  PENINSUW MOTORS  next to St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt ������"___.  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Here circus  patrons who had just finished riding  elephants outside could feed elephants ���  for a small additional charge j of course.  El Diablo, master sword shallower and  fire,eater, MCed the sideshow. Swords, a  dagger and even a long philips head  ride the huge animals once their parents  had paid their dollars and pushed them to  the front of the line.  "I just give them back their money and  send them on their way," he said. "I'd  much rather do that than hear them cry.  "Got a lot of no-rides here though.  Children are scared ih this territory."  Gibbs madea last call for rides before  moving over toward the big tent tor  another show.  Where will the Carson and Barnes  Great Wild Animal Circus be tomorrow?  "I don't know," said Gibbs, "40 or 50  miles down the road, I"guess." v ;  I'  CHOOSE THE DAY  FOR YOUR FAVOURITE DISHES  SCHEDULE CHANGE  SECHELT PENINSULA  ;   (EARLS COVE)  rllvVEU KIVEK  .     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'���"���*  - tifikf. \ ������:  ��� 7|K  Court News  T  tantrum  A 20-year-old Garden Bay man's short  temper^cost him $100 in provincial court  June ,14.        \  Charles H. Sundquist was fined after  pleading guilty/to causing a disturbance  by shouting and swearing in a public place  in connection wtith a June 4 incidental the  Garden Bay marina float.  Sundquist told police he became angry  when the navigational lights.from a boat  entering the docking area were shone on  him while he was walking along the float.  Judge J.S.P. Johnson asked Sundquist  why that made him lose his temper and  begin swearing at the people in the boat.  "I don't like some guy shining a light on  me," the unemployed sawmill worker told  Johnson.  "Try to control your temper," said the  ~judge.~"It's too expensive." -       ...   __  A Halfmoon Bay accountant was fined  $100 after Fisheries Officer Ray Kraft  caught the man with six times the  allowable limit for clams.  Kraft told the court that ty clams per  person per day is the legal limit and that a  person is allowed to have a two okay's catch  in his possession.  Bryan K. Christensen and the four  other people with him were found with  1,400 clams. (  Christensen told Johnson they had sd  many clams because they were "very  small" _and that he was���planning���Jo-  transfer some to a beach in Selma Park  where stocks were depleted..  Johnson said that Christensen should  have contacted the fisheries department  regarding the transfer of clams and let  them make that kind of decision.  He also said that fisheries regulations  should be abided by even though  "everybody who lives on the coast knows  you need about a bucket of clams to make  a decent clam-chowder.."  Johnson also fined two brothers $100  each for exceeding the daily catch limit for  salmon.  John D. McPherson and Neil McPherson were found to have 12 fish in their  boat, and the brothers told the judge that  the fishing was so good they had lost count.  Johnson confiscated the 12 salmon and  John- McPherson told the court that the  "lost of fish is a disgrace to us as sports  fishermen."  "We're not very proud of ourselves,"  said Neil McPherson.  Peter Joseph Landry of Gibsons  pleaded guilty to driytiig while Jiavirig a  "blood alcohol reading"of over^08 after'  police stopped his westbound car in the  eastbound lane of Highway '101 near the  Beachcomber Inn.  Modern, 5 storey, first class motor hotel. Good location ��� 1 blockJrom ���  beach, English Bay and Stanley Park, near downtown, shopping within 2  blocks. 125 attractively appointed .air-conditioned rooms, studios, efficiency  units and suites ��� each'with private bath, color TV and phone. Dining  Room and Coffee Shop. Lounge with egjertairurtent. Sample and Meeting  Rooms. Drive-in lobby and free parking.  1755 Davie Street. Vancouver V6G 1U& Phone: 644-682-1831 coUect  Teles: 04-51161  HIS HONOUR Judge J.S.P. Johnson the Peace Maureen Corbin welcomed"  swearing in Dan Devlin as Gibsons the funeral home operator to his new  Justice of the Peace June 14 in Sechelt position. Johnson called the position a  Provincial Court. Sechelt Justice, of "difficult and  onerous task"  and  expressed gratitude to those" who  carry out such judicial duties in  support of the provincial courts.  CANCELLATION  The Public Hearing scheduled for consideration of Land Use  Regulation Amendment By-law 96.31 to be held at Madera Park at  7:30 p.m. on Monday, June 26, 1978, has been cancelled. This bylaw would have allowed the establishment of a neighbourhood  public house on a portion of the Ruby Lake Resort site. The  processing of this by-law is being interrupted pending a review of  the application by the Liquor Control Branch.  Sunshine Coast Regional District  Box 800,  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  Peninsula Times  June 2T, 1978  Mrs. A.G. Pressley  Secretary-Treasurer  June 14, 1978  . Section B     ' Wednesday, June 21, 1978 Pages 1-8'  Police news  Two hospitalized  after car chase  _j.  =The &-year-oia sawyer wasfined $500  and ordered to take the impaired drivers  course during a six month probation  period.  A Gibsons logger pleaded guilty to  driving while over .08 and was fined $500.  Armand Tremblay was stopped May 6 in"  Osoyoos, B.C.  An impaired man who stopped his ear-  to let his girlfriend drive was fined $250 for  haying the care or control qf a motor  vehicle while impaired.  The judge awarded the relaxed fine to  Ian Andrew Fraser because he said  Fraser- had made some effort to do  something about his impairment.  The 19-year-old fisherman was also,  ordered to take the impaired drivers  course during a six month , probation  period.  Nineteen-year-old David, Leonard  Nestman of Sechelt was fined $500 after  pleading guilty to driving while having a  blood alcohol level over .08 per cent.  Nestman, a fisherman, was stopped  June 9 In Roberts Creek after police  noticed his vehicle hugging tho right hand  shoulder. He was taken back to the station  and produced a blood alcohol reading pf ,1.  Johnson awarded Bruce Bailey Joe a  one-year suspended sentence on a com?  mon assault charge.  makes it  perfectly clear!  CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORY HOARD  SECHELT DETACHMENT  Two persons were hospitalized when a  1977 black Trans Am being chased by  police lost control and rolled over June 11  in Selma Park.  Sechelt RCMP pursued the vehicles as  a result of an investigation of a fight at the  Bella Beach Motel in Davis Bay. Police  say that two persons in the car suffered  slight injuries. Charges are pending.  A small boy crossing the highway in  Selma Park to catch a school bus was hit  by- a -^ar June 15..- Police', say- the boy  mistakenly ran in front of a car. There are  _no charges pending-The-boy was not hurt-  Police report that a skidder was van-  jdalizedJuneJL0-near-4he-Pender-Harbour=  A breakin occurred at a house at the  end of Feeney Rd. June 16. Police say the  house was ransacked but it is not known at  this time if anything is missing.  The old pool hall in lower Gibsons was  broken into June 12. Thieves stole two  blackboard scorekeepers, four sets of  snooker balls, one set of number balls and  two triangle rackers.  A tackle box and tackle was stolen from  Smitty's marina June 13. Thieves also  stole half a dozen flares, an air horn and ^  compass.. -.��������>. ���.  Hotel. Gauges were broken and fire tools  and an extinguisher were stolen. Damage  is estimated at $300. Sechelt RCMP are  investigating.  Numerous complaints about dogs  running at large have been received by the  Sechelt detachment, Police remind dog  owners that actipn-c^n be taken under the  Domestic Anirrials and Protection Act of  Canada'.      ��� ���) '  An ''initial report" will be issued to a  dog owner upon receipt of a complaint and  will outline the offence and give the owner  an opportunity to rectify the situation.  '.'Additional complaintsTwill rtsult in  issuance of a "final report", which means  a minimum $25 fine. The dogirmy-bdaken  into custody and disposed of at this point  and the owner may be prohibited from  owning a dog for up to a year.  GIBSONS DETACHMENT  Gibsons'' RCMP report a hit and run at  the Seaview Plaza June 14. A Department  of National Defence Staff car was hit and  damage is estimated to be $200. No ono  was injured and the matter Is under Investigation.  SUNSHINE COAST  PEST CONTROL  \ / Wo offor Q  ""       ' Comploto Post  I      Control Sorvico  / J    \, For confidential advlco  I 1 and oitlmato call  Weather report  Weather June 10-16  June 10..  June 11 ,  June 12..  June23 ._  "June 147.  June 15..  Lo  ..10  ,.11  ..11  ,:io  Hi Prec.  mm  4.8  trace  23.9  trace  18     0.3  17     6.5  16     nil  17  17  18  17   ......8  ...............11  Junel6 ....................ll  Week's ^rainfall ��� 29.5' mm. June to  date ��� 34.3 mm, 1978 to date ��� 66i57 cm.  June 10-16,1977 - nil. June 1-16,1977 -  12.4 mm. Jan.-June 16,1977 ��� 43.84 cm.  CARPET CABINET  CERAMIC CENTRE  KITCHEN CABINETS  -Merit  ���Carefree  ��� Citation  ���Care Top  ���     Countertops  JENN-AIR  for the ultimate in cooking  MICRO WAVE &  CHAMBERS WALL OVENS  Sundeck &  Patio Carpet  CERAMIC TILES & TUB ENCLOSURES  SHOW ROOM HOURS: THURSDAY-SATURDAY, 10 AM-5 PM  Great Products at Everyday Great Prkes Prices.  883-2531  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  ���  1  1978 YAMAHAS  from $499.00  i  i  i  s  ���?&&7'  V.  885-2030  1 ^if " *v$��  JSfU/EFJLfMG  -IF NANTUCKET  140 HP Mercruiser I/O c^Puce  List Prlco $10,500 fOSlO^C  115 HP Mercury 0/B      ,���/...���...^A&e;  List Prlco $8750 f *J$QC  ALSO IN STOCK:  NEW ���BOATS*USED  15' 0/B 15'  _ 16' I/O 16'  rrg****-m^S 161/*'Stem Drive  New & Used Motors  Dealers for:  SILVERUNE 17' NANTUCKET  A New Shipment of  12' & 14' LUND Aluminum Boats.  SJLVE&UME  and 'i+JKEIBnj  Come in and meet our mechanic  GENE0PPERMAN  ��� 26 Yoars Mochanlcal Exporlonco  f-ni Yoars Exporlonco on Morcury Marino Products  GUARANTEED WORK  BOATS -MERCmOUTBOARDS & MERCRUISER -ROADRUNNER TRAILERS  ���*. m  ��� n.1.1  , "IMf*   ���?      '��'  H  h * (>**���� �����# ow ������� wrtiWW*** ���*"*���> f~ *  aHtiw>#t ��*��������*����**' 1*-M*A s* Wu��fast^W^hi'!/S(��Br^W>.��'fl  j^W *"���* * ���**�����( ("KS*******'"'***  ,t,~ ^ - ,  i    i  IHjj*lf*'lfc1*>*��1(*l'*   **A*f twt MJS-S  ) '  *.* *    *_     *,( 4*1      * ��*r     mt  t, t  IWtlSWfc-a*^ i  .J . >.,  ������v;> yv4 ,t,ff,���,...,,���  17"  ���������I*  n PHONE 885-3231  y-y-'^rj^Ci  Page B-3    The Peninsula Times     Wed, June 21, 1978  I      CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES '  t Phono 885-3231  ������-   Help Wanted  For Rent  Business Opportunities Boats and Engines       For Sale  For Sale-  Published Wednesdays by "  The Peninsula Times  for Westpres Publications Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  '      Established 1963  7300 Copies Distributed  ''Classified Advertising Rates:  13-line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  j'One Insertion $2.15  ^Three Insertions $4.30  , Extra Lines (4 words)   60c  j1 Display Ad-Briefs  3     '. $3.60 per.column inch  | Box Numbers $1.00 extra  I  j: Legal or Reader advertising 30c  per agate line.  jt _   ���  fcoming Events  RAKU PARTY Friday, June  j; 23, 7:30 p.m. at Craft Studio  j>n North Rd. and Sat., June  j24, 9 a.m. at Pat Forst's. For  more info call Pat at 886-2543.  | 4887-30  jbbituary  '-Deaths,    Card    of-- Thanks, ln_  Memoriam,      Marriage      and.  Engagement  Notices   are  $7.00  (up to 14 lines) and 60c per line  after that. Four words per line.  Birth Notices, Coming Events   take regular classified rates. ���  Ad-Briefs must be paid for In  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  to receive cash discount.  Subscription Rates:  By Mall:  Local Area ....' $7.00 yr.  Outside Local Area ..:: $8.00 yr.  U.S.A $10.00yr.  Overseas ." $11.00 yr.  Senior Citizens,  Local Area  $6.00  Single Copies 15c ea.  2 HRS. A DAY - $200 a month  j:ommision plus prizes. For  details-write"rFuller-Brush7  Work Wanted  ATTERSON, missing at sea  ��i on May 22, 1978 and  presumed drowned. Larry  pale Patterson in his 32nd  iyeariatjrOf-Sechelt and formerly of Prince Rupert and  jRosedale, B.C. Survived by  his loving wife Karen and son  Colin, Sechelt, parents Alfred  and Pauline Patterson,  'Rosedale, and brother Bob  Patterson,* Rosedale.  ,- Memorial-Funeral Service  was held on Saturday, June 17  in Henderson's Funeral  Home, Chilliwack at 1:30 p.m.  Rev. D. C. Johnstone officiated. If friends so desire,  donations would be appreciated to the charity of  your choice. 4858-30  WHAT DO YOU EXPECT  FROM A TREE SERVICE?  ���Experienced, insured work?  ���Prompt, guaranteed service?  ���Fair estimates?  Then give us a call:   PEERLESS  TREE SERVICES LTD.  885-2109       758.tfh  RAGING CRANE  CONSTUCTION  Framing and renovations  Free RRAP estimates.  885-5677 eves  or 885-5055 eves.  4334-tfn  .-    -ULTRADECK  ���  byTrodan  ' 'The ultimate in fiberglass  sundecks"  886-2953  4487-tf  CLAPP CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing  All Types of Concrete Work  Patios, Floors, Foundations  Driveways, Custom Work  Prompt Service  Free Estimates     -   -  Box 1341 Sechelt  885-2125  ���" 4429-tf  thunderpainting"- -  residential, commercial ���...  FLETCHER, passed away  . June. 12, 1978. Douglas  Fletcher, late of Gibsons in his  year. Survived by his  loving wife Edith, son-in-law  and daughter Frank and Jill  PostlethWaite, and 2 grandchildren. Cremation. Committal serviceNtnd burial of  cremated remain>4x>ok place  Thursday, June 15 ar Seaview  te?S   rS;��P'i?.SSjSTJvPnie.estimates,,tipstCprices.^  Box 108,207 West Hastings St.,  ..Vancouver. V6B1H7, or Mr. T.  Diamond, RR 3, Kamloops,  B.C.V2C5K1. 4227-tfn  LEGAL SECRETARY  . required. Legal and-or  bookkeeping experience  preferred. Write with resume  .Box 1250, Sechelt. 4507-tf  MacMILLANBLOEDEL  LTD. A*  CYPRESS   MANUFACTURING  YAREf  GIBSONS, B.c.  has the following positions  available in mid-July, 1978.  1 - 966 log stacker operator  1 - hydraulic  log  loader  operator  2 - landing buckers  1 - de-watering winch operator  1 - bundler operator  1 - utility yard person.  Applicants with experience  and a good work record will be  given preference. Application  forms are available at the  -Employment Centre, Sechelt.  They should be filled, out indicating the-position you are  applying for and returned to  the Employmnet Centre. Only  successful applicants will be  notified and will be required to  take a medical exam.  4856-30  LICENSED mechanic  required for Ford dealership. Wages commensurate  with experience. Reply to Box  ,2099, Banff, Alberta T0L 0C0  - or call (403) 7624141.    4872-30-  JOURNEYMAN Plumber  with minimum of five years  experience required by well  established plumbing and  heating firm, Steady employment, journeyman! rates.  Reply to Box282, Merritt, B.C.  V0K2B0. 4873-30  BODY SHOP requires a  licensed auto body  mechanic. Wages commensurate with experience.  Reply to Box 2099, Banff,  Alberta, T0L OCO or call (403)  ���7624141. 4874-30  HAIRDRESSER required for  Comox  Valley's   busiest  salon.  Excellent  wages  or  -commissionrBeautiful areaof  skiing, swiming, etc., plus lots  LARGE     HOUSEKEEPING   r_QQrasJ_W_eekjy or monthly.-  Ph.885-3295or886-2642. .4158-  tfn  UNFURN. LG. 1 bdrm sc suite  in W. Sechelt. Non-smoker,.  single pref. Avail July 1. 885-  2451. ' J 4755-30  LARGE NEW bdrm in sunny  suburban  Halfmoon  Bay.,  Elec. heat, w-wrcarport. Ph.  321-0880,5-9 p.m. weekdays.    '  4884-32  WEST SECHELT, lge. unfurn.  one bdrm self-con. suite.  Single, non-smoker pref. $160.  Avail. July 1,885-2451. 4891-32 ;  2      BEDROOM      unfurn.  waterfront home, Gran-.'  thams area. Auto oil furnace,  fireplace,   all   major   appliances incl. $290. Ph. 885-,.  9250 eves 6-10 p.m.       4866-30.  MOBILE HOME space, near  ocean on full lot. $75 per  mon. Ph. 926-1024.        4864-32.  BATHELOR cabin,  furn.;  shower, etc. Pender Harbour area, $100 plus elec. Ph.  936-3985 or 883-2274.      4863-30  NEW 3 BEDROOM home, %  acre view lot, Gibsons. Ph.  S63>��592., 4862-tfn  ROBERTS CREEK, unfurn. 1  bdrm. house,*stove, fridge,.  $175.   Couple  pref.   $87.50-  security deposit. Refs.  Ph.  885-9205. . 4861-30  HOPKINS LANDING, 4 bdrm.  family   home,   carpets,  drapes,- appliances,  large  patio. Avail, beginning July.  , Ph. 886-7516. 4860-30  1 ,BEDROOM   apartment,.  Gibsons. Elec. neat, w-w,  stove, fridge, $175. Ph. 926-  6609 or 985-3761. 4853-32  Wanted to Rent  PENDER HARBOUR 1 or 2  bdrm furn. hse with  moorage: Month August.  Retired sea capt. & wife.  Collect 291-2109. 4768-30  URGENTLY REQUIRE 2 or 3  bdrm  house  or suite  by  single parent & 2 boys in  Gibsons area. Refs. avail. Call  BY YOUR ^own boss!  - Profitable-general,���variety-  and clothing store for sale in  Central Interior."Two bdrm  living quarters. Asking  $58,500. Coulter Sales, PO Box  99, Clinton, B.C. V0K 1K0.  Phone 459-2535 days; 459-2627  nights.      ' 4756-30  Mobile Homes    ���"."'".  ltf FT. by 40 ft.,house trailer,  V $3,500,886-2457-    '_'���   4754-30  '75 EMBASSY 24 ft. x 60 ft. 4  bdrm fully furn & set up at  Sunshine Qoast Trailer Pk.  $39,000 new, $30,000 firm. 886-  9880 after 6 p.m. 4747-30,  '76 DOUBLEWIDE mobile  . home. Bargain price has to  be moved. 885-9881.  .   4780-30  MOBILE HOME r-pads  available at Selma Vista  Mobile Home Park, Selma Pk.  Rd., Secheltl Ph. collect Peter  Block 521-2280 (New Westminster). 4771-30  SMALL TRAILER installed"  on pad in Sechelt, suitable  for' single   person.   Fully  modern,   very   comfortable,'  $4,000,885-2792. 4901-30  MOBILE HOME space near  ' ocean on full lot. $75 mon.  Ph. 926-1024. 4865-32  1976 BERKSHIRE 12 x 68'; 3  bdrm., carpets, drapes, 10 x  12' utility shed. $12,500. Ph.  886-7737. 4839-32  Campers and Trailers  CAMPERS  '   'VACATIONS THE  UNHASSLEDWAY"  FULLY EQUIPPED  FULLY INSURED  VANCOUVER RATES  RESERVE EARLY  885-2600  ANYTIME'  4629-tfn  OKANAGAN   camper   for  Courier, Mazda or Toyota.  Furnace and hydraulic jacks.  883-2666. 4821-31  30 FT. McQUEEN Cruiser,  absoulely *immac., loaded,  must be seen. $16,500, Ph. 885-  2853.   , '  ,      4877-30  17' CONTROLS  $350,885-9798.  and trailer,  4490-30  18%' STARCRAFT V6 Buick,  - OMC leg, fwc, 4 wheel tilt;  trailer., 885-2997 or  Rd., Selma Park.     .   4481-33  PANASONIC port, stereo-  cassette recorder with am-  fm mix radio, ACOC & lge.  speakers:. exc. cond, $95;  Arborite table with leaf, good  cond, $17; good qual. off-wht.  carpet with underlay, 7Ms x 12,  $95. Ph. 885-3737. 4819-29  Personal  ���mi^wanti  PHOTOGRAPHSjiublished in  The Peninsula Times can be  ordered for your own use at  The Times office;       1473-tfn  COME IN TO J&C Electronics  for your free Radio Shack  1327-tfn  your  catalogue.  ALCOHOLICS   anonymous  meetings 8:30 p.m. every  Wednesday, Madeira Park  Community Hall. 883-9260 or  ,883,9238..... /  X-  4452-TFN  MATURE STUDENT^! Earn  $6 to $7 per hour plus bonus  with interesting summer  work. Write Fuller Brush Co.,'  Box: 108, c-o 808, 207 West  Hastings St., Vancouver, B.C.  V6B 1H7 or Mr. T. Diamond*  -General-DeHveryrStation-'RV  Kelowna, B.C. V1X4K3.  4670-  tfn        /.,; ..��� ,.,..������; ,���;���;:,-,  STUDENTS required to work  with children in summer  play program. 885-5422.   4903-  30  fymgle^^^  4568-  4875'30    rent required. Bet $100 and  $200. P.M. 885-3967.       4889-30  31'- TRAILER-with-air-con-  ditioning, deluxe model,  collect(112).985:987^;..4825^l.4^e-P|-^-Sornplete wift/ulj  nlumbing,^wall-oven,-fridge,-  i^.,-$4,000:885-2792. 30  SURFER 24  Sedan Cruiser and  Command,jBridge models.  Pleasure and  a , ���,   Commercial.  Superior Construction,  >        and Performance.  Completed Boats  or Kits:  B.Ci Built for .     -���--���  ��� B.C. Conditions.  FACTORY TO YOU  .   SAVE$$$$  SURFER MARINE  (1977) LTD.  678 Anderton Rd.,  COMOX  339-5733 days  338-5632 eves.  5507-tf  18^' FIBREFORM Deluxe  model. 140 hp Merc IO,  Roadrunner. trailer; sounder,  live bait tank, CB & compass;  anchor & winch, $6,000 obo.  885-3742.       ' 4882-32  '7516' MODIFIED hull, 90 hp,  full canvas top, $3,575. 085-  3510. 4892-33  13' MADILL DOZER boat.  Complete overhaul,  drivetrain and electrics. New  bottom. $7,500.8853924. 4895-  32  26* THUNDERBIRD sailboat.  New main, engine. $6,200  obo. 885-2924. 4896-32  21' FIBRERFORM, 233 Merc  cruiser,   trim tabs,  fresh  water cooling, head, $10,000.  885-2924. 4894-32  9.5   JOHNSON   Longshaft,  needs work, $150 obo. 885-  9440 after 5 p.m. 4899-30   H & B BOATBUILDING  27 ft. Hull  &DeckKit  9 ft. Dinghies ���___  wheel tilt WE SELL new and used office  Radcliffe-^j, furniture, filing- cabinets,  "" ""desks, tables, chairs etc. We  also purchase good used  furnishings. Phillips Capital  Leasing, 10673 George Highway, Surrey, B.C. V3T 2X6.  Phone 588-0411. .'4800-32  G.E. STOVE Deluxe, as new,  $250.' Utility trailer, metal  box, vintage. Ph. 886-7870.  ' . 4783-31  LDS. LIGHT blue eyelet (2 pc)  dress  and  white  eyelet  . dress, worn once each, would  be terrific for grad. Ph.. 886-  9732. 4785-29  Legal Notices  ^Reliable  &naSa^rhese~��^3A4Z2;  Involve  Work Wanted  JOURNEYMAN Shipwrite  seeks work. Exp. in all  aspects .boatbuilding; house'  carpentry &., cabinet work.  Reliable worker, reas. rates.  For free cst. & professional  job call Allan May, 885-5765.  4578-tfn  Use Times Adbriefs I  I  I  I  I  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  3 lines for $2.15  Run your ad 3 times for the price of 2.  WANTED    immediately,  cooks. Apply Garden Bay  Dining Lounge. 883-9913. 4893-  ''30 ���'���  PENDER HARBOUR,  Madeira Park urgently  requires homemakers.  Mature experienced individuals needed for full and  part-time positions. $3.50 per  nr. plus mileage. 885-5144.  4740-30  ���'r.Ti  i  i  I  i  Print your nd In Iho iquaroi,  word.  (lo iiiro Iq leovo a |>MnH ipa'cn s.||��r each  Throe llnai It f 2,1 S. Each additional Una Ii 60c,  TbHa advantage af our ���p.clal mv|ng��,,  �� Run your ad twice ��� the third time It FREI.  * ll you pay lor your ad the Saturday Mare publication you got a  1 dlicaunt ��� S8e for 11niertlon ��� 80s lor 3.  Mall ut your ad, or drop It olli  *���.....,,,,. |pp-|#t(l#{|'flt'-|hip-f��n|nip|0<Tlm��*'O(H��'*��^-w"'''-*"'-w,~"''"'  In Olbtont at the Arbutui Tree  I i I  the Peninsula Times Classifieds  FIELD STAFF ��� Katimavik,  an "action-learning"  programme, seeking committed field staff to organize,  supervise and participate in  community projects  throughout  projects involve en  vironmental-protection work.  Community1 services, cultural  and educational activities.  Field staff will be responsible  in a group Uving context, for  the total working, living and  learning experiences"bf theVI  ���' 22 year old volunteer participants. Both positions  require ability to communicate or to learn to  communicate in English and  French, and at least one  programme related .skill such  as alternative technology,  construction, orienteering,  music, nutrition, crafts, etc.  Coordinator ��� mature;  demonstrated competence in  fiscal management; proven  leadership aad organizational  ability: succossfulexperlence  in staff supervision. $12,000.00  for 12 month contract - May  nped to relocate. Group  Leader ��� excellent group and  interpersonal skillsjox-  perienCed In crisis intervention; deomonstrated  capacity to animate and teach  comparable age groups;  $8,000.00 for 10 month contract  '- Will relocate three times,  Applicants should be ready to  start immediately. Transportation, room aqd board  are provided. Please send a  resume with a lottor indicating which position you  are* interested in* and "ex- "  plaining what you havo to  offer to such a programme to j���  Katlmayik, Nok 101 -1950 W.  Broadway, Vancouver, B.C.  .V6J1Z2. 4867.30  For Rent      ^  FOR RENT: Wilson Qreok  Community Hall. Cohtact  lionnlo WigunUt 005-0403.  * 3091-tfn  ,   . I,,    ,    i    AGASSIZ. Mllil climate, small  town Fraser Valloy 70 miles'  oast of Vancouver. New  building, one and two-barm  suites from $175, Also somo  furnished available. Call  collect anytimemWMuAUK.  30     ������������.  ONE    BDRM   watorfront  house,. Davlw Bay. Ph. 800-  6453. 4001-30  Real Estate  174 ACRES, view, creek.  Spring Valley Farm, Powell  '    ���-'-������      .^_5495rtfn_  BUY NOW. Large 3 bdrm  home in Village of Sechelt {  ensuite, 2 fireplaces, dining  room, cedar feature walls, full  basement, view. Ph. 885-  3675. ; tfn  BY OWNER. 75 ft. level  . seafront architect modern  house. 1440 sq. ft. Wilson Ck,  All appliances. $96,900. Day  W-956G, eves. 922-6959. 4750-30  VILLAGE BUNGALOW. 3  bdrm, large stone, fireplace,  shake roof, quality kitchen  cabinets, lots of storage  closets. Phone owner at 885-  2991 or pall by 1331 Pebble  Crescent. 4823-31  FOR SALE in Wilson Creek  aroa. New 3 bdrm 1,100 sq.  ft. house with full bsmt,  double plumbing, standing  fireplace, sundeck, carport,  beautiful view. Asking $53,500.  By owner. Ph 885-3773.408(5-tfn  9.5 ACRES with'new 3 bdrm  ranch-style home. Ph. 885-  0795.," r 4890-32  TAXES TOO HIGH? Cost bf  living is low In our Arrow  Lakes area. Three bedroom  /homo with view;ilargo garden, ^frult trees and, berries.  Taxos $229.00. Priced at only  w|30,00.0.00.*Contact,Selkirk,  Realty Ltd., Box 40, Nakusp,  B.C,iQamO,Ph.20B-  "3635. 4870-30  Cars and Trucks  74 FORD F 250 Crewcab. 369  V8 4 spd, ps, pb. Thoroughly  reconditioned, $3,650 obo. (112)  224-5650. WiU deliver.  4835-31  -'69-GMC--HD-4 x 4-Positrac^  Ps, pd, 350 cu. in.  workhorse, $2,500 obo. 885-  3430r��� --- ������ --74778:30"'    cjompany-^newh  "relocated   in   Garden1  'Bay.  Quality   repair.   Reasonable-  rates.  883-9307  eves: 883-9391  ���*    485H3  Livestock  THE FINEST in custom built  Saddlery, and Tack. Trjple E  Custom Saddlery, R.R. 1  Chase, B.C. V0E1M0. Ph. 679-  3917. F. Eamor, B. Eamor, S.  Eamor. ���    4868-30  FISHER woodburning stove  with the 10 year guarantee  can be seen at Radio Shack, J  &C Electronics. 4855-tfn  , BEAUTIFUL wedding dress,  size 8, with train, headdress  and veil. One-third cost at $55.  Ph. 885-2766. 4851-32  BOILONG water dispenser  and garberator and a sink.  Single-size headboard, bar-  beque. Port sewing machine  with table. Ph. 886-7196.4842-30  BAR-SIZE FRIDGE, wood  grain finish, good cond. $50.  Large oil heater, works well,  $25. Ph. 885-9288. 4840-32  _l '       . -    *  SEWING MACHINE repairs.  Unconditional guarantee on  all work. Parts for all makes.  Ph. Steve, 885-2691.     4779-tfn  SECOND-HAND   Enterprise  oil range and Coleman oil  heater. What offers? 886-7593.   4838-31  SECOND HAND Enterprise  oil range; also second hand  Coleman   oil   heater.   What  offers? Ph. 886-7593.      4792-31  ^ Legal Notices  No. C782218  Vancouver Registry  .    IN THE    SUPREME COURT  OF BRITISH  COLUMBIA  BETWEEN;.. 7  =GEENM0NT=  FORM No. 1  *      LAND ACT  NOTICE OF  INTENTION TO  APPLYFORA  DISPOSITIONOF;-  CROWN LAND  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver and situated East  shore, Narrows inlet.  Take notice that Q.C. Timber  Ltd. of Vancouver intends to  apply for a lease- of the  following described" lands:  Commencing at a post planted,  460 m in East and lSOQ^m  North of the NW corneri Lot  3340 (TL 6834 P) at the High-  water mark Narrows Inlet.  Thence N 60 degrees W150 M;  thence N 30 degrees E 2050 m;  thence S 60 degrees E160 m %  to HWM thence southwesterly  along' said HWM to the P-C 28  ha, more or less.  The purpose for which the  disposition is required is log  storage.  Q:���. Timber Ltd.  R.Kind  Dated June 8, 1978.  4859-pub. June 21, 18, 1978.  k Your car is  l telling you  something.  CHECK  HOSES OFTEN!  FORD  9846.  COMET,  $2,000.  885-  4885-32  Mortgages  MORTGAGE  promptly  anywhere in Bj  LOANS  arranged  .C. Information  and references on request.  J.D. Phillips Capitol Corporation, 10673 King Georgo  Highway, Surrey. B.C V3T  2X0. Phono 500-0411 days, or  505-1603 evenings.      4301-tfn  ,���, .���...���...������..���e,-.���,,,,-,,,,i ,,,,,,,.,,,.mmm,mmmmamm,.m.,ira<mrm^,;mt   <  Business Opportunity  YUKON Highway I^dgp, 3.9  ...aqros at Junction of. two  major highways on tho Yukon  Rlvor. Six units, cafo, living  ffJXrte ^7'7(M'' Write Box  Jf, Whltoharso, Yukon Y1A  2RB.Ph.(403)0flH235. 4A7H0  '66 CAPRIS, two-door, mint  condition, $2,000. Ph. 885-  9452. 4900-30  BEAUTIFULL  clean   1975*  Chrysler    New    Yorker  Brougham, 42,000 mi. Ph. 883-  9493 for full Information on  options. $5500. firm.     4857-32  1974 AUSTIN Marina, 2 dr GT.  Low miles, very clean. Best  offer or trade for what have  you.       Ph.       805-5407-3;  1972 VOLKSWAGEN Beetlo,  ���   64,000 ml. Good cond. Best  offer or trade for what have  you. Ph. 805-5407. 4847-30  1972 FORD Econoline, short  ; box, t-T�� radials, mags. Now  302. auto, insulatod and  custom finished inside, Best  offers or trade for what have  you. PH, 005-5407.        4046-30,  ���1971 FORD Econoline. 0 cyl,,  std., long box,ipartially done'  Inside. Best offer or trade for  what have you, Ph. 005-  5407, ,     , 4045-30  '  nrr r������' ��� '  1960COUGAR"XR7r*390 cur  In., auto, now paint, Beat  Offer or trade for what have  you. Ph, 085-51107. 4044-30  1974 CHRYSLER Newport72  dr, h-t. Exc. cond. 60,000  ml., radials, Best offors or  trade for wlmt havo you, Ph,  005-5407. JJW1  1905  VW  BUG,   top shapo  mechanically and body. $570  firm. Ph. 005-2053.        4070-30  Boats and Engines  -CERTIFIED-Farrier,-"Hans-  Berger is coming to Coast.  -Contact Sunshine Farm. 898-  3751. ���      994-tfri,.  Pets  DOG FOR sale. Medium sized  black spayed female, had  all shots. Good with children.  Needs good home, $20. 886-  7331 after 6 p.m. 4782-30  FREEiiKITTENS.  2454.  Phone 885-  4814-31  FREE  PUPPIES to good  home. Ph. 006-9253.   4041-30  Lost  STEREO    VIEW    Master  camera with light brown  case, on Sunshine Coast. Ph.  580-9300 (collect).        4812-31  Wanted to Buy  WANTED    photographic  enlarger & equip. 085-9750  eves. 4749-30  WANTED - Used head for 110  HP lnboard-outboard Volvo  Marino motor.  000-2013.  Ph 006-8039 or  * 4079-32  For Sale  ml.!  LOOKING for a Rock & RolV  Band? Horizon is available/  best prlco on tho Const- 805-  2015. -j501-tf  CHILDRENS, maternity and;  ladles clothing, good  quality, 'Now & noarly now".  Encore Boutlquo, 2445 Marino  Dr., W, Vancouver, 922-2020.  Tues-Sat, 10-5, closed Mbn,  ' 4141-tf  ONE SEARS LT 10 oloc start  'Inwnmowor & trallor, Exo.  shape, $900.0007303,     4015-tf  fk  \.  "m '  "'   '' T       '   . ���     . !"�����������"  Ait".."." .i?-:1*'.'  I  I  I  The Peninsula Timgs Classifieds  .^fi.&fiP��U4;riu^tolHO,:ovcir^  ,2000sqft d|ninn tin, family  p'rm'p'^Ki-^lrfli^t:*/!"1 somo'"  drapos .iStippllancb Incl, ,  Doublo snrprfrt., Lgb 4dt.  Gibsons area,'Ret req. No  pots. AVnil. July 1, $400 per  ���mo,000-7070,,"    ^     4177'30i,  - Metal flhdji' in Cariboo,1  Excellent oppWwrti'yf Gas  tlal. $40,000.00 plus Inventory.  Box 'L5/CarlWoo Obsorvbr,  Box 4400, Quesnel, B.C. V2J  3J4. 4000-30  ������   *���    ������ ; ---  15'A FT. RUNABOUT with 50  Merc. OB', Incl. trailer,  Needs repairs, $500.000-7070.  ,....,.���., !..,���.���.��� :.,���,.. : ....^,,.4753-30.  30'   LIVABOARD,   wator,  ��� stove, CB., largo dock,  beautifully Hnlshed, $450(1'  OBO or swap for smullor hIubs  boat. Randy 000-0002 after 0  ,,���,|.��i,,ili iiiiiii.iiii),!    r,ii ...��������� i M.   i    ..in ,...��;������.  ti FT. CRUISER,'.inboard*,  outboard C0, stand-up hcoU,  dinghy. ph. 000-9002.   4049-:i2  SAILBOAT IV" Davidson c-w  ��� OB motor, sails, trallor. 000-  7534, ,        ���.������'���..       4033^11  ALLEGRO sound system by  Zenith or "The  Wedged  Includos 2 Allegro tuned port  ' spoakors, record player, AM-  cassette plus fl-track rcco^  ding ability. Exc, cond.  Furthor details 000-2700, 4739-  30  ^fl4*roRf^ptcrtTfr^M-ftbf  ' IV  TRAILER.   1909.  SoliUi  , Park,$2,000.006-2459aft.fl.  . 4003-30  -���,���-<���: ; .  LARGE OIL spaco heater. Ph,  005-3407.    , '30   ^���<J������  HOLDINGS LTD. '  PETITIONER  AND:  BRUCESTANLEY  CHARTERAND  RESPONDENT  TO: BRUCE  STANLEY CHARTBRAND  TAKE^ NOTICE_that Gleii-  mpnf Holdings Ltd., the  dbove-namgd-iPetitioner, has  issued a Petition in the  Supreme Court of British  Columbia for a declaration  that you are in default under  ah'Agreement for Sale made  between yourself, as Purchaser, and Glenmont  Holdings Ltd., as Vendor: a  declaration that the amount  required to 'redeem the  Agreement for Sale is  $5,190.15 plus interest from  and including April 1,1970 and  costs; an Order that the  redemption period be three  (3), months:, an Order for  cancellation of the Agreement  fob Sale: Judgment against  you for the aforesaid amount:  ahd an Order for possession of  the lands.  AND FURTHER- TAKE  NOTICE that an Order has  been<rnade by the Honourable  Mr., Justice Fulton on the 9th  day of Juno, 1970 for service  upon you substitutional^ by  publication of this notico in  , ono Issue of the Vancouver  Sun Newspaper and in two  consecutive issues of a  Secholt, British Columbia,  newspaper.  AND FURTHER TAKE  NOTICE that you are entitled  within fourteen (14) days after  tho publication of the last  notico to enter an Appearance  4oUhor:ir person^or by "your*"  solicitor at the office of tho  District Registrar of the  Supreme Court of British  Columbia at 000 West Georgia  Street/Vancouver, British  Columbia and that in default  of your so doing, tho Court will  proceed to hear the  Petitioner's claims and  pronounce Judgment without  furthor notice to you.  FORREST, GRAY.  MUNRO & LEWIS,  solicitors for  Uie Petitioner,  North VancouverlB.C,  4070-pub. Juno 21, 20, 1970,  SPECIALS  '.   ��� 'I/  2x4x6'utl. 8c ft.  2x4x8'Gcono 69c ft.  2x6x6' utl. 10c ft.  2*6x8' otli lOc^ti  1 x4 s4s strapping 169M  1x8std.s-irip225M  2V4 common nails 12.95   ---(scim)" ;  10% OFF ALL  LAWNMOWERS  MTD-TORO  GE ELECTRIC  Wood tlovoi by Flih��r,  Lakowood, Sadoro Valloy,  Comfort and\ Flndlay,  D|'��lrlbu��or��' In W������^rn  Canado of )hd Korr Scotiman  ana Kort Tlton  vyood, flrod  boil��|rr�� DBolertr Jnj|Plf\��ii��p?tlnr  vllod^ Nortff*viv'tV����virtrr(viT^.,,��4  Shaw '  Zoro     CUbnanco,  Wbod/oll furnaCA*. Iniulatod  plpo, accaitorlai and flttlnan,  110   F.l I   Ay..,  North  Vancauvsr  ,_.,-���. 9B7.QBU  tfk'  tt^f  CEDAR SIDING  1x8' utl. channel 1SOM  %x!Outl. bovoll99M  ABS 800 SEWER PIPE  3"PERF. 49cft.  3" SOLID 59' ft.  4"PERF. 69c ft.  4" SOLID 89c ft.  BIQ "O" PllfE  IOO foot rolls  S35.00 per roll  '},7 '������:  % ltd. spruco sq. odgo  $9.29 oa.  Groon Valloy Forost  $2.59 bag  Forost Docor Bark  $2.99 bag  K3 Partlclo Board  1    4x8 %  55.65 sht.  -   Flbroglofs Panels  26'��x96M  $4.89 oa.  SEE OUR LARGE  SELECTION OF  PANELLING  GIBSONS  BUILDING  ~>J%P||^'|nwAn4h<l9JH^iNP>pio  "     '%'���   Pit , ' >  886-8141  "AiT-Vf  VmmT:.���,,,r���a  *���*" "l'   Yfc  ��. J**W^*tlWnTK��(^WrtWf*��tB!% (��i^jM>T~^i^����W^^"i!r����^Mffl^l  iJifl��l  f^-Wm^^'^lw^aiSi^ltr^^FMUHtsi^r*:  i("!pWs��(iAHi��i'WSiaWi!*��W��j)t mast t^W'HWV*��W^��*rWt^^'W(^^  ��fij-��W i^��WJiw*'^3W��)^j4��i��WK^0al^^^ tH����|l*B"����S��-t**''*'iK !*>**"  ��t,$w'AMit*! itwwntstsB, ����^^iJ'()W*^��i��WnH��iK,"-*)r'--'p^��,if  -.r-^t-T. ���("i  * r......j.. p.~, 1.,.- >.������>  ���jA  ')' ���/'���  I  I   !  Wednesday, June 21, 1978  The Peninsula Times  l?aigeB-3  Buying the house you can afford  Owning a home that fits  your needs can be a great  source of personal satisfaction  as well as a good investment.  Buying   a    home    will  possibly be one of the largest  expenditures you���make- in  your lifetime, so take time to  prepare a realistic budget so  you know just what portion of  your income can safely be  \allotted to cover a housing  purchase. If you now have two  incomes, be sure you know  gOVCxUineni    situation, when compiling  your budget.  Monthly    mortgage  payments plus taxes and any  Locked-iii  spending  The reality of government  spending is that over half of it  is not susceptible to heavy  slashing, despite how the  electorate or opposition may  cry for reductions.        - ���  According to Ottawa  pundits, of the billions of  dollars in the current year's  . budget, fifty seven-percent is  =3Hage :up7S�� >tatq^cjr^pen-"  ^ng^wJ]ichjii^udesjthe;social  servicessudTasoia^ensions,  medicare, and various contracts and agreements with  the provinces.  Even if these obvious  obstacles to economies did not  exist, a simple truism is that  by the nature of their elected  positions, members _ of_  Parliament Have come to be  spenders, not savers ��-  particularly in election years.  It would take a brave and  dramatic member indeed to  abolish family allowances to  peopleaboVe a certain income  level, or to limit the ridiculous  level of Canada Council and  Foreign aid grants.  Perhaps this coming  election will reveal such a  brave candidate.  costs of secondary financing  should not exceed thirty per  cent of your gross income.  Consider the annual costs  of operation and maintenance,  calculate what.extra equipment and furniture you may  need, and don't forget' your  present debts such as car  loans and maintenance, which  will continue. Careful budget  preparation before a housing  purchase can ensure carefree  ownership.  ���TVI'-Kf!  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Seaside Plaza  886-2090  Gibsons  886-2607  Pender Haitour Realty Ltt.  HIWAY 101 Af FRANCIS PENINClilA an  0  K   A    *         *                A  w  I   lUs411     Kg**.               i  c^tSfe^^^^;^   ,^r^.r,toR-,  ^^,y--Sj  "�����'?��� t<��t the imltlan  ���   hsy! -  101 AT FRANCIS PENINSULA RD.  WATERFRONT LOT ��� Deep and protected moorage  In. Egmont. Has trailer pad,  septlcs,  water  and  power..  $35,000. , '  ONE ACRE LOTS ��� On Francis Peninsula. Privacy  plus value In this most desirable area. Just 2 loft so don't  delay .. . $15,000 each,  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ~ Beautiful waterfront lot with ramp and  float, Serviced. Asking $48,500.  GARDEN BAY ��� One bedroom house on a large  , view lot close to Gov't wharf. A good buy at $30,000.  20. ACRES ��� Mostly level land on Highway 10)  across  from Sunset Cove. Beach access, nicely treed, driveway  In, Hero Is a fine Investment at $44,500.  7 ACRES ��� on Highway 101 closo to Madeira Park.  Partly cloarod and on a westerly slopo. Asking $35,000,  FRANCIS  PENINSULA ~ Extra Idrge (650' deep)  building lot with 72' frontage on McKllntoch Road,,. $9,500.  Due to recent changes in territory ratings - we  ~ uw havo very competitive rates on house "  insurance.  GIVE US A CALL FOR QUOTES  " PHONE 883-2794 "  JOHNBREEN JOCK HERMON  883-9978 883-2745  BOX 100  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  883*2233  REALTY  LTD.  TOLL FREE F��OM  ^VANCOUVER:  :   689-7623  Member of Multiple Listing Service  HOMES  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� N6w 3 BR  cedar home, ensuite, 2160 sq. ft. of  living area on large view lot. $69,500,  MADEIRA PARK��� nice 2 BR home with  fireplace, full basement. Close to  stores etc. $45,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 3 BR split level on  5�� acres ��� view over Paq Lake. Fruit  trees, garden. $77,500.  GULFVIEW ROAD - Madeira Park,  fantastic view from this new home - 3  new   appliances,   fireplace.   $95,000,  MADEIRA PARK ��� interesting 4 BR  view home, architect-designed. 5  major appliances. $77,0007  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� Luxurious 3  - BR cedar home, built J975. View and  many extras. $105,OOQ.  *  LOW PRICED HOMES  NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 BR home,  fireplace, sundeck, 3/4 acre lot on Hwy  101. $37,500.  WARNOCK ROAD ��� Cozy 2 BR  Panabode, fireplace, full basement. On  large level lot. $36,000.  NARROWS ROAD ���3 BR rancher, built  1976, carport & sundeck. Close to  Madeira Park. Reduced tp $36,900.  NORTH LAKE ��� 2 BR home, needs  some finishing, lake view, road access.  Prov. lease lot. $21,000.  MUST BE SOLD ��� Carpenter's Special  ��� 3 BR, full basement- One acre lot.  Asking $40,000. Make an offer.  MOBILE HOMES  . GARDEN BAY ��� 1 �� acre view lot,  with 24' x 60' Safeway doublewide  4 appliances, large sundeck, concrete  foundation. $62,500.  SILVER SANDS ��� 1.8 �� acres. Gulf  view, 10'x50' furnished mobile  home,small cabin. Close to beach.  $45,000.  EARLS COVE ��� Furnished 12'x44'  Skyline Mobile home on semi-  waterfront lot. $25,000.  SILVER SANDS ��� 1.6 �� acres. Gulf  view, furnished 12' x 60' mobile home.  Close to beach. $45,000.  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY  KLEINDALE ��� duplex (one 3 BR and  one 2 BR) on 2.2 acres, close to  Secondary School. $85,000.  Vv.CJ'i".  I  |  I  I  I  s  I  I  I  I  I  !  I  I  I  I  S  1  C  i  GIBSONS FIRST  STRATA HOMES  New 3 Bedroom Homes  1250isq. ft., 2blocks  from shopping, schools,  all activities.  FULL PRICE $36,500  B  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  8  I  I  As little as $2062 down.  1WBHT-"  '^^���^  Gibsons, ....  fk���   *������ ������� Vi    **���      *'*"  'AND lANDOfveiOPMENTLTO,  GAfi&EN     BAY     ���     Large     4     BR  family   home.   Recently 'remodelled. "  Large lot. Close to stores & marinas.  $46,000.  CLAYDON ROAD, GARDEN BAY - 3 BR  view home, full basement, built 1975,  close to marina. $88,000.  MTe-A  ROBERTS CREEK - 1.3 5 �� acre level  corner lot with old house and garage.  Zoned C2J. Suitable for immediate  development or for holding property.  $60,000.  MADEIRA PARK - vacant store bldg,  adjoining living quarters. One acre  with 104' frontage on Madeira Park Rd.  Zoned R3. $52,000.  -I  BARGAIN HARBOUR AREA - corner lot  with 3 BR home. Acorn fireplace, stove  & fridge. $45,000.  |    LOtS  AND ACREAGE  'A'���  LAKEFRONT PROPERTIES  >   ACREAGE  I. IRVINE S LANDING - 2.87 acre view  lof, level   $35,000.  2. NEAR RUBY LAKE  Hwy 101. $25,000.  7�� acres on  3. MIDDLEPOINT - 18.9 acres, 2 BR  cottage, creek. $40(000.  4, KLEINDALE ��� 5�� acres on Hwy 101,  $21,000. '  5, NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 15 ocres,  2150 �� ft. on Hwy. 101. $44,000.  6, KLEINDALE ��� 23.7 acres, some  merchantable timber. Lots of troos for  building a log house, $50,000,  LOTS  1. MADEIRA PARK ��� serviced lots.  $8,000-$22,000.  2. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� serviced  lots. $9,000-$! 3,500. .  3. GARDEN BAY AREA ��� view lots;  $12.900-$21,250.  4. SANDY HOOK - view lot on Por-  poise Drive. $10,500. ���  5. PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES ��� new 81  ,    lot subdivision off Sinclair Bay Road,  Serviced lots, most with view, three  with lakefront, Priced from $10,000 to  $37,500.  ,    6. LANGDALE CHINES ~ Lot 35, Grady'  Rd. Treod. $13,500.  7, BARGAIN HARBOUR . 1.5 acros,  treed/serviced. $25,000.  8. DAVIS BAY ��� Treed vlov* lot on  Greer Road. $16,500.  9. SELMA PARK ��� lot with  boautlful  ,   view, close to beach. $26,000.  10, FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 9 nice  building lots at corner of Cochrane and  Cameron Roads. $11,000-$ 13,000.  'SAKINAW    LAKE    ���     1,300��.    ft  'lakefront, 24 �� acres, 4 BR furnished  panabode, float. $105,000.  RUBY LAKE ��� 5�� treed acres close to  public lake access. $19,800.  .-CARTERS-LANDING Saklnawtake���  24.8 �� acres, 1350 Jt ft. lakefront, road  access, house, creek. $135,000.  RUBY LAKE _ 95�� acres excellent  land   with   400 �� ' ft;~ lakteffdnF* arid"  2600�� ft on lagoon. $100,000.  SAKINAW" LAKE ��� 16 acres, 750+ ft  lakefront. Water access, $36,000.    ,   i;  D,L. 3258 - between Sakinaw & Ruby  Lokes. 1500 �� ft. on Sakinaw Lake,  croek,���Hallowel| Rd, ends at property  $115,000. ,      ���  LILLIES (PAO) LAKE - S^BR home on  5��. acres. Fruit trees, garden. View  over lake, $77(500.  .'    I  SAKINAW LAKE - 1501 ft. low bank  lakefront, small cabin In Ruggles Boy.  $24,000.  RUBY LAKE ��� 400�� ft lakefrontage,  5�� treed acres, road access. $49,500.  SAKINAW LAKE - loaso lot with small  cottage and float. $15,000.  | WATERFRONT HOMES |  JE  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  mmmmmmimmmimmmmmmmmm  ACREAGE  ifWt;iJfmmim��.mm  ���'-���-'-     j.,.,,,i.,    ,!��' p.ir  ..NARROWS INLET���*fre��d-wo*��rfrOnt'  acreages, secluded low bank. 5 acres  to 14 acros priced from $24,500 to  $39,500,  ��  11.6 ACRE ISLAND ��� 3 BR furnished  panabode, float. Water & hydro.  $165,000. '  ���r  ST. VINCENT BAY  1. 5.4B atfrei, 37$�� ft, walorfront*  small creek, $33,000.  2. 5,23 acres, 400;fc ft, loW bank  waterfront," SW exposure, $33,000,  FRANCIS PENINSULA���2 BR home, full  basomont, 6 appliances, fireplace. 133'  watorfront, ramp 8, float, Prlco roducod  to $01,000.  GARRANS BAY ��� 200 + ft. W>F, 2.4  acros, 2 BR homo wllh flroplaco, 2 BR  callage, dock S float. $150,000.  NELSON ISLAND ��� 40 acros. 150Q' on  Westmero Bay, 225+J on Wost Lako, 3  BR home, 2 cottages, road to lake,  floats. $160,000,    ���  -  EARLS COVE ~ 5,57 acros, 450-fc ft  sheltered watorfront ad|olnlng ?errv  tormlnal. $125,000.  WESTMERE BAY. 1,200�� ft waterfront  on 4,8 treed acros, Nlco beach and  rocky point, $47,500,  HOSPITAL BAV ��� 2 BR home on 50 *  beach lot. $75,000,  FRANCIS, PENINSULA -large 3 BR  architect doslgnod homo on 130 It,  waterfront lot, $95,000,'  LOTS  OERRANS BAY  FRANCIS PENINSULA  .'���^��LHF^^'vevfayjnl,ery|^,       .l.-IM-lt^^-Ni.rwcltrttortoiirlTJ-  $2fl|000,  2, 78 ft. W/F lot, septic tank �� droln  field In A approved, driveway In, bldg,  ���Ite In, southerly exposure, $39,500,  ^."TO-^frrtcrtflmii^  ,Kialr/y,.J��vel��.Jr��^-tai,<X)0,..p--,p.��--p-^p~.-..-��*  y p r^AT'X V, >'riL ^:,:.'"*P"r!T'r!"*ffi:  ��� I ���<������ ���>. p  '- "~ -J-  <��� am^m^W0^mm\m%Xa\%mm  ocres,,deep moorage, $50,000,  2, B3 ft, W/F adjoining above, 1.22 *  ocre��, $36,500.   f ��� ,  3. 70   blult  waterfront,  view   over     Kibasemenl,   sundeck,   on   3,3   ocr����;  ���tkrrfBln Hwbcnir; "   "  ^Hwcmtiw^wsifraiif:  ���r?'i*.l<?!$'^���Z"Z~^^  1"A. 3l ,..''  i -A   " ' '.%*?.���.. a.��.,. r-'U'v  '.. .y.m ��.�� ,'.  Arv.5��''i..,'. i. �����. ���*. i. :���* ���"���- *��� ������"��� '��� <    '-���'���<'������    ""���' *'������"*������,-��^'  mMMMttlsliBlaa&z2llir>imm ,, ������....���,,���������,,. ��� ��� niiinni,,,;,,,,^,,,, , i,,,,,,,,,i,,,,,', ,��������� , ��� , ,mm , ' ,ll_luJ___L__L__  PAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149 ; OLLI or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233  \,  Jt   -=~ ^S^#^V!Ot^l^Wt>itlWfflm&&'MZtit ���  <*��*i*  tj. ^BddSWpiMIIKitB ��l����fii)|t^Wl^ ��f^t����IR��l^^^  g^MjW'Wfti^'W^w^^  XriWfiv^Si  .^^.'fli.f-.-'^-Ml^otkWt  'n   "' ^n  1 I*   ,/' ^..^  /f' l '    *i�� .      ,    ,   m.  (��     I1*1 PageB-4     The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, June 21,1978  fL report pn  INTERNAL PROGj^MS ,       reduced     in     corridors,  f- General-Objective        ��� ~-washrooms.-^levatoriobbies  ro's  energy programs  fi The 'general objective of  hydro's internal energy  ___ Conservation program is that  ijlydro buildings set good  Ixamples of energy conservation and prudent use.  I Specifically, -the internal  energy conservation objective  j| to reduce overall energy,  tRequirements in the order of  -50 per cent of that in con-  sntional structures.     (  | The prudent use objective  xk to provide Jhe good eiih"  |ironmental   . services,  necessary    for    efficient  production and for public and  employee safety and comfort.'  I The  program  is  coordinated by the Energy Use  Engineering Department and  | controller for each Region or  (Iroup. The requirements are  Jiaintained  in  the  Energy  Conservation Guide available  to all staff involved in the'  bogram,  which   has   been  aerational for' some time. It  as three main elements: -  (1) The efficient operation and  maintenance   of   existing  buildings and facilities;  (|) Incorporation of energy  efficient   equipment   and  construction, starting at the  initial stages of design for new  foiildihgs and additons; and  }) Testing and demonstration  new ideas as illustrated by  Se following: h  ) Head Office lighting  3 One of the most visible  initiatives undertaken to  reduce energy copsumption  within Hydro was undertaken  this summer at Head Office,  yfhere   light   levels   were  and the main floor by removal  of about' 3,000 - fluorescent  lamps. In some areas,.light  levels were reuced by 30 to 50  per cent, except in work"  areas, where the higher light  levels remain unchanged.  Since last winter, Hydro  has followed the practice of  switching off lights on each-  floor at night on completion of  servicing by the janitorial  staff. By l.a.m., all lights are  switched off for the night,  except in corridors, where  they are kept lit for security  purposes.  In late September, a  perimeter light-switching  project commenced, involving  the 18th and 19th floors.  During sunny weather, when  natural light is sufficient to  illuminate working areas  near windows, half ��� of the  perimeter ceiling lights will  be switched off���activated by,  photo-electric cells mounted  on the roof.  Employees' opinions of the  lighting on floors 18 and 19 will  be collected and studied for  about 12 months, after which a  decision will be made as to  whether the perimeter  lighting scheme will be extended to other floors.  Another step ^towards  energy conservation at Head  Office was taken about one  year age when the roof was  re-insulate with two inches of  polystyrene, providing an  insulation value of R-10 the  value recommended by Hydro  for the roofs of commercial  and industrial buildings..  A complete study of energy  -use itf the H^adOffice building  wilLbe carried out this fall.  (b) Lochburn Program -  A move to eliminate unnecessary lighting was taken  at Eochburn natural gas  headquarters recently when  switches were installed on  each of 320 fluorescent light  fuctures.  Employees now can select  either a high or medium light  level over their desks, and in  perimeter offices the lights  cair:*be switched, off as  required.  Since the switches were  installed,,.,the average light  level in the building has been  reduced from 200 to about 100  foot candles.    Another conservation  program now is underway at  Lochburn: the installation of a  solar water heating system to  supply about 80 per cent of hot  water requirements in one  sectionrof the building."*"   "  Six solar collectors, each 3'  -A6'. _wiU_ be mounted at_ aJiO;  degree angle on the  roof,  facing   south   to   capture  maximum solar heat.  Purpose of the installation  is to test and demonstrate a  solar-assisted domestic  electric hot water system and  the energy-conserving  potential of such a system  under local conditions.    ���  Similar solar water  heating installations are  planned for Hydro's proposed  new Research and  Development Centre and  transit service centres.  (c) District Office Programs   Conservation   measures  recommended by Hydro's  Electrical Operations Group  include:  ��� Switching off lights in all  ���See Page B-5  SELMA PARK-VIEW-  3  By owner ��� NEW HOME with FINISHED BASEMENT,  including a cozy and bright family room, EXTRA  BATHROOM and .'separate entrance guest room..  Tastefully LANDSCAPED with large FENCED IN  YARD. Family orientated neighborhood with NO  THRU TRAFFIC dn Radcliffe Rd.  To view call:  885-3855  [eves]  FOR COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE: REAL ESTATE*INSURANCE*MORTGAGES  MEMBER BROKER  Vy U/i  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  886-2481   (GIBSONS)  Sunnycrost Shopping Centre   VON IVO  Van. Direct  '*.' '     687*445/  HOMES  Business  GENERAL  - Residential ���  Charles English  INSURANCE     '  Marine ��� Prompt attention  ��� Eileen Klnne  HOMES  LOTS  GREAT BUYSI  BURNS ROAD $31,500/offers  This is a comfortable 2 bedroom home  near the beaches. Very woll built.  $26,000  $7,900  CRUCIL ROAD - OwnerJeaving aroa  Quality built'1300 sq. Uv homo on, fully  landscaped   lot.   Paved AJrlvoway    and  carport. 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 17 x 15  living room With heatilator flre|��lace, lorgo'  dining room'opens onto sundeck. Dream  kitchen has dishwasher. 12 x 42 finished  ca'rpotod rec room with fireplace. Large  workbonch In basement, roughed-ln 3rd~  bodroom,   lots  of  spaco,  Terrific  view.-  $59,900, Call to view.  DAVIS BAY   [watorfront] $33,900  Small houso across the stroot from tho  boach. Phono Anno Gurnoy. ,  2 BDRM HEADLANDS ROAD $26,500  Solid llttlo homo, auto olj'hoat, full bath,  fruit trees, close.tobogch ond boat launch.  PRATT ROAD    " $75,000  4 bedrooms and possibly flvo, A large  heated 20 x 40 swimming pool has It* oy/n  pump houso, goes from 4 ft to 10 ft doop,/  langdaieview     ���...;,?.,.;,.'.,." f49,soq  3 bodroom, non casement quality built  homo, A torrlflc vlow of Hpw��f Sound apd  North Shore mountains,,, j  HILLCREST DUPLEX         ,   ' $37,500  Good Invostmont. Good assumablo  mortgago of $22,000,   OIBSONS BLUFF $40,000  3 bdrm vlow homo on Goorgla Drlvo, closo  to boach & picnic aroa. Hon flroplaco and  flnUhed.roc room. Call for appointments*  SEAVIEW RD $27,500  2 bodroom older homo with sundeck and  carport. Groat vlow.  REDROOFFS ROAD  Waterfront, 77x360'.  TUWANEK  Recreation or permanent home.  PRATT aofcANDN/jteW $11,500  Large corner loft open to offers.  GRANTHAMS $10,000  .Nice view lot, ,50 x 110.  CHASTERROAD $12,500  Large lot near schools,  SOUTH FLETCHER VIEW LOT $11,900  Terms available.    , '  LANGDALE $15,500  Large view lot on road.  '*,.������  PRATT & GRANDVIEW $11,900  Good building lot. 75' frontago on Pratt  and 140' deep.  GLASSFORD $12,500  Water & sewer connected. Fill In, roady to  build.  BROWNING ROAD    f\ $13,000  95 x 224' cloocp^TyyWady lo build, Was  approved for Tiprtc tbnk,  DUPLEX ZONED view lot In village $1,7.400  HOPKINSLOT '       110,500  Has good vlow, located across from good  boach accoss,  GRANDVIEW $12,500  Largo lot near schools.  LOTFOR&A0Sonly$12,50ft  93 x 125. Lots of lovely big codars, Quiet  area, Wafer & power, Phono 086-9984,  HOMES  2 BDRM SPLIT LEVEL $53,000  Locatod on Pratt Road on approx 1 acre of  good garden soil, Roomy 12 x 16 kitchen,  Separate dining room. Large carport and  12 x 20 workshop,  FAIRVJEWROAD $26,500  Lovalytroed65x 160 lot with Immaculate,  12 x 68 Mobllo Home, Awning runs full  longth oyer corpotod dock and carport,  Good storage aroa, Stove & fridge In-'  eluded, '  SEAVIEW RD (, $23,750  Good starter or retirement home on treed  view lot. On sewer, Fridge, stove &  washer.  WATERFRONT  SECHELT $69,900  Spacious new 3 bedroom family home on -  Osprey Lane. Large family kitchen dining  A living rooms, all about 40' from the  water's edge. Call  for appointment  to  view.  ROBERTS CREEK ,   $45,000  Access easement on adjacent lot. This  type of prime waterfront is rare on the  market.  GAMBIER ISLAND $12,000  Semlwaterfranf lot at Thornboro Bay.  SARGENTSBAY 80'Wft Lot. $32,000  250' deep and covered with sala| and  arbutus trees. Ideal location near end of  quiet street In West Sechelt. Power and  water to lot.  HALFMOON BAY Low Bank Wft,, $35,000  Beautiful lot with southern exposure. This  is low bank watorfront, but does nof have  a beach, Salal bushes and Arbutus trees  are the natural landscape, Sewer, water &  power avail, :  SECRET COVE AREA $35,d00  5V x 161' Serviced lot on Trueman rd.  SEAVIEW RD. $23,750  Nice starter home on trood vlow lot, on  sewer. Frldgo, stovo &, washer Included.,  WATERFRONT     - $20,000  Rodrooffs Rd. 77 x 360,  ACREAGE  10 ACRES OF WOODLAND  For true pioneers. $38,200,  vicinity  pf  Hanbury Road.  2 1/2 ACRES, ROBERTS CK $25,000  2 1/2 acros of subdividable property ln  Roberts Creek,  100' WATERFRONT IN ROBERTS CREEK  Easy access to beach, 3000 sq ft home  with flvo bedrooms (could bo ���ovon), 2  bathrooms & 2 kitchens, Fireplace and  sundeck,    ' :  ���2*L' 'y^J^-f ���!   . i,n. WIUl ammmmmmm���:^:  WANTED'  Houses on Acreage  Clients Waiting    f  <J  FIRCREST RD. LOTS 61' x 131' $9,700 EACH.  I        ' i  , am.i,a,*  I    attain  * ����� j>*  ��i  ''.ilnAttjLlt t\��lUlL\t.ll.tt.\\f.Mt*-  IT  mm  ���rftvrr J  *ttt��txsOiXt  I  aga  HOA0    T aimr T ��� T  ALL LOTS CLEARLY MARKED  M  bx%  M-  VMmli'",,  ��� ��,.?  \  iMM.  XL J. / / /-. J*'  run   m/'  ���y  UuJ  IsmwMmp  *r.  ^mi.  tmm)ammmim mm  ("'  ���imii  t.n^i jn,  im%Mm  [MM I  >>  mW  ,��um>;  GIBSONS OFFICE SALES STAFF  JAYVHSIK  ,"A'NNIIH��llHNIYi*'  '�����I^W,IK>B^IIT���Aw--*,-  MWMWWM mmmWtW OO  ���iMrpy'  ~HP#{M^5I1 l^m^^^r^pf^^'^J  Over 800 Offices unci Growing Past  OEOROE COOPER  ^^^S0^X^X-^~=^.  SECHELT VILLAGE - Cozy one year old  3 bdrm home. Convenient is, the  word. Try your offer to $45,000.  REALTY LTD.  885-3211  . FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  Post OHIco Box 1219. Sechelt  Vancouvar, toll   Free:   684-.6016  ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE: 2 bdrm  ���^attractive home'on almost 2 acres  level Hiway frontage, ^��asy^ access.  Good large shop with HD wiring for,  bench tools/ .Home completely  remodelled. Shake roof, rancher'  alum.- siding. Several outbldgs.'  Secluded landscaped property. FP  $69,500.     >'-   ���  SECHELT'. New 2 bdrm. Walk to the  shops. Loads of cabinets in large  kitchen. Good dining area. Large  utility and laundry room. Level lot.  Drive in carport. $43,500.' '  SECHELT VILLAGE - 3 bdrm modular  home, 864 sq ft. Near new on clear  garden   lot.  Walk'to   shops.   Price  ' includes stove and fridge, washer  js'nd dryer, dradSs. Must be sold. FP  ' $33,900.  SECHELT VILLAGE - Brand new' 2  bdrm custom-built basement home.  Sunny bright kitchen. Extra insulation  in the ceiling, twin seal windows and  heatilator fireplace. FP $56,500. ,'  HOME:   Loca^d xon  at   Welcome   Beach.  WATERFRONT  Redrooffs   Rd  Clean, near-new 6Toom stucco bsmt  home. Well insulated,' t,wln seal  windows and sliding doors to sundeck. Heatilator f'plcce, nice dng  area in kit, plus sep. dng rm facing  view oil Merry .Island and Welcome  Pass. Lge 80x360' treed property w-  workshop. Above grd bsmt; with  wocsfetl���^iksfove-^or-tnnning,or  guests. Good value af $79,500 FP.  "VIEW HOME. , DAVIS BAY: 3  'bedrooms, large living room and a  fantastic landscaping job. Garage in  part basement. Lot is 60 x 150,  blacktop driveway, 1 block to level  beach. Asking $48,900.  SECHELT VILLAGE: This home is  very good value, 3 bdrms and lge  utility room, teak 'cabinets  throughout kitchen and enste.  Wall to wall carpets. View lot.  Priced at $38,900.  SELMA VISTA TRAILER PARK -12 x 68'  3 bdrm Bendix mobile home. This  unit is set up on'a pad and is complete with septic tank. Pad rental  $79.50. Asking $10,500.  REDROOFFS AREA ��� 1888 sq ft of  three bedroom architect designed  home. Situated on over 1/2 acre on a  non-through road. A Imust see for  those who desire quiet country  living. Asking $57,���#0.  ROBERTS CREEK, 3 BEDROOM - Immaculate 3 bedroom ground level  home on an 80 x 140' cleared lot.  Some nice cedars on the property.  Home has a brick fireplace & is  heated with automatic oil. All wall to  wall carpets throughout. Crawl space  foundation. FP $44,900.  GIBSONS: Attractive two bedroom  home with part basement on large  sewered lot 98 x 148'. Magnificenf  view property. Cozy living room with  brick fireplace and wall-to-wall.  Modern kitchen with wall-to-wall,  new cabinets and view windows in  eating area. Smart vanity bathroom.^  Auto oil heating. Excellent buy at FP  $36,500.  ��J>=?  DAVIS BAY: Two bedroom bungalow  on large, level lot with westerly  view. Safe swimming beach just  across the road. Excellent fishing  area. Rock fireplaces in living room^  Ideal holiday or permanent home. FP  $46,000.  DAVIS BAY: modern 2 bdrm full bsmt  home on fully landscaped lot with  excellent westerly view. Bright,  sunny, space-saving kitchen w-utility  rm off. Attached c'port w-finished  driveway. At reduced price of  $52,500.  M !���=,-" yy'- ���?'* *"  SECHELT   VILLAGE:   Large   3 ^dn  -���home-*n- Lrolphirr-ST- across  fromj  tennis courts. Home is in top con'  , dition, 1/2 bsmt. Yard is fenced &|  landscaped.  Double canopy  hei  c'port. Familykitchen, an immaculat  CHARMING FAMILY TWO STOREY  HOME in Sechelt's newest residential  area. Short walk in to the. Village.  "^I Homo is two stories and 3 bedrooms.  Large lot and double carport. Paved  dead end road. FP $52,250.  REDROOFFS ROAD: A delightfully  designed 2 BR, 2 bathroom home.  Super fireplace in living room and a  Franklin in the rec room. 1200 sq ft  on main floor. Double garage. Many  extras. Asking $64,500.  SELMA PARK ��� 75' x 125' sea-view  property In area of new and attractive homes. 3 bedrooms up and  one down In developed basement.  Stone fireplace. Sundeck. Electric  heat. Landscaped with fenced rear  yard. F.lp $p3;O0Q.  'wkmJmmJKayL  .WpA^p,  SELMA PARK: Fantastic View I Near  new family home on large, treed  garden property, Large living room,  separate dining room. Rec room Is  finished plus extra bedroom ground  level. J 2 X 26' sundeck. Double  carport. Landscaped, rock wall,  shrubs & shade trees. Excellent  value*,'FP $57,500. Price, is firm!  Main street location, on-site parking.  New building. Move In now. Sizes H  from 350 to 700 sq ft. All offices are  carpeted and painting will be done, ���  Up to 5 year leases available with   ,  renewal option.  Call S. Anderson ��� Anderson Realtyt  885-3211 ��� Home, 885-2385  WATERFRONT SECLUSION ��� A most  desirable residence secluded, yet  close to Secholt. Excellent prlvale  moorage I Spacious and bright living  room, 500 sq, ft, covered, tiled,  sunporch with open sundeck 12 x 36'.  Lower floor has bedroom, sitting  room & bath. This Is an exclusive  home for elegarit living and entertaining. Prlcod at $125,000, Some  terms,  REDROOFFS AREA: Approx one' troed acre. 99' on Redrooffs Rd.  Close to boach and boat launch. Fully serviced. Full price only  $11,500.  LOWER ROAD, ROBERTS CREEK: Over 5 acres of gontly sloping,  property with southern exposure, 580 x 3i)0', Year-round crook'  , flows through corner of property, Excollont buy at FP $35,000,  SECHELJ VILLAGE, WATERFRONT: 150' of trood gontly sloping easy  to build on watoMront. All services Including sewer later this year,  Serious watorfront buyors should see this one. FP $30,000,  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME: 860 sq ft 2 bdrm mobile home with op-  , pllancos, All wall to wall carpet, Cozy & Inexpensive, to heat,  Concrete driveway and parking slab, Fir Road location. FP $43,900  ���T��rm��l ,' ....-,���  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOME: A cozy, near now 792 sq ft 2 bedroom  homo closo to the beach at Chapman Crook," No stairs, oloctrlc hba't,  double glazing. Government prepaid loaso has 19 yrs to run. FP  $32,000,  SECHELT VILLAGE/: 5 acres pleasuring 330' x 600'. Will oyohtually  have a vlow, Closo ta tho arona, Try your offor lo $35,000,  DAVIS BAY VIEW LOTt Easy tftrms ��� 20% down ��the balance over  easy payments on this southern exposure view lot. Excavation and  clearing have"been dpno. FP $13,900.  SELMA PARK VIEW LOTiExIra large 90 x 17? lot, corper location,  easy access/excellent view of Trail Island, FP $15,500.  SOUTHWOOD ROAD: Close to 1/2 acre. Level building lot, Hydro'  and roglonal wator at rpad, Check & compare. Attractively priced at  $9,450.  MAIN STREET LOCATION: approximately 30 x 220' |o�� with buslnoss  promises and living quarters behind, Excollont location for almost  any type of enterprise, ThU l�� an opportunity to become established  In tho village. Lots of room for expansion, FP $95,000.  DAVIS BAY: Laurel Road view lot 67,50 x, ,162', One p�� tht bttter,  views In the area,'Asking $16,000.     y  GIBSONS HOME WITH ACREAGE: Large 3 bdrm home on 7 acres  with' Chaster Creek bordering 1* side of fenced properly. Home  needs some repair but has been partially renovated, Land Is cleared  & In grass, A nice situation, FP $09,500,  UPPER ROBERTS CREEK: 10 acres of land with 3 bdrm near new,  homo ol approx 1700 sq fl, and a 4000 ��qfl aluminum clad, fully.  Insulated building. Building Is all wlrod for 220 power A could hav��!  many uses, Concroto floor, clear spon. FP $99,500.  ACREAGE: Almost 7 acres of cleared, gently iloplng land, Vlow ol  ocean. Zoned for development. Could |>o trallor park, $46,300,  ROBERTS CREEKi Treed lofVlth a yoar round stream, Atklng $7300.  APPROXIMATELY FIVE; ACRES: treed, gontlo southerly slopo. In  agricultural land  reserve,  260'  highway Irontago,  Somo  merchantable timber, Handy location, close to Joo Rd, FP $31,000,  SECHELT WATERFRONT ��� Two 70' Irodd lots 70 x 120 wllh lano at  roar. Ideal retirement illos, $3S,Q0O each,  REDROOFFS AREA: Large treed lot 93 x 400' opprox. Oood gardon  soil, water 8, power. Asking $12,500; ���  i ��� j ��� i   i       .  For furlliei* itiforiiiuaon on tho above contact:  --Prank-Lewii,. 886-9997? Stan Anderson, 885-2385; D^ Joyce, 89*5-2761'  TO*C3  AS'  **    ��� "- m mmmm  >V',< >!���.'  ���v"  m    i  i **^^��*t^iWiti*^;'liMti^Wi^^ tuBt  �������W��*��WW��W'^i^Wtt*^''^^ #B��-��9-M^<fra��mM"-W^^  l��W.  tat<**iHi  |..<  XtrttifrWM* '"* *!aW*9'*��  *:f  -v:  ���r-*"  I ��� MORE ABOUT  Wednesday, June 21,1978  Peninsula Times   ~-.Page.B-5  on  ros energy conservation programs  --From Page _&4&*~^--*   -fiiluiating jacket, and aftime. \ For many months, Hydrol/^'dorit-yourself" ^solar- water  offices,L-J#j*shpps>^to��ge_ctoc^  rooms,     corridors     and.  during periods when hot water  washrooms when ., not  required; ' '   v  ��� Maintaining work-time  temperatures ih occupied  areas adjacent to windows at  21-22 degrees C and at 20-21  degrees C- in the interior  building areas to the extent  practical;  ��� Reducing temperatures at  night and during weekends to  -16 degrees C at all "times,  except where perishable or  temperature-sensitive material is being stored;  ���Eliminating exterior  decorative lighting, except  where equipment has been  designed to provide protection; ;-' .   ��� Replacing all uninsulated  water heaters with C.S.A. or  C.G.A. approved insulated  water heaters; and  ��� Where _ practical,   re-  insulating ceilings of heated  frame.buildings, to an RSI. 3:5  (R20) value.  RESEARCH AND TESTING  B.C. Hydro is conducting a  comprehensive program' of  energy-use research and  testing. Examples of field  tests being conducted directly  by Hydro or in cooperation  with industry and government ���  include the following:  (a) Electronic Ignition, Flue  Dampers & Water Jackets  A testing program is toeing  undertaken by Hydro to  determine the savings which  can be realized by making  certain modifications to gas  furnaces and by~adding insulation jackets to water  heaters.  The equipment will be,  retro-fitted in the homes of 20  licenced gas-fitters and gas  Inspectors, qualified to  recognize and immediately  correct any malfunction.  Each furnace will be  equipped with electronic  ignition to replace continuously-burning pilot lights,  plus an automatic flue  damper to reduce heat loss  through the chimney. In  addition, the furnace orifice  is not required.  Special meters will be  installed, to measure gas  consumption for at least 12  months tq provide data for  comparison analysis.  On the' basis of test results  achieved with similar  equipment in other parts of  the world, the modified furnaces'and water heaters are  expected to reduce gas consumption (measured in  therms) by about 25 per cent.  (b) Insulation Research  Energy Services Division,  in cooperation with Regional  Divisions, now is completing a  .five-year, research project to  determihefthe energy savings  obtained as the result of insulating���houses���to-heavier  insulation and glazing  specifications; and- with  smaller windows on the north,  east and west walls.  The project was initiated in  1972 when Hydro approached  contractors, insulation suppliers and window suppliers to  participate in the project.  Twelve houses were subsequently built in northern  and southern parts ot the  province, after which Hydro  monitored energy consumption.  ., Results now are being  analyzed-Preliminary studies  indicate that energy savings  per house, as compared with  houses insulated to the lower  standards previously in  common use, will be in the  order of $200 per year.  (V) Solar Efficiency Tests  Hydro is offering to  monitor, free of charge, solar  heating installations in all  parts of Hydro's service area.  This will provide the owner of  such a system with accurate  information on how much  energy is being saved.  Hydro's objective is to  have at least 200 solar installations under ob-'  servations, so that coustomers  who come to Hydro for advice  on solar heating can be supplied  with  up-to-the-minute  Theatinf"s7ystem tFfamlliarize  .HydfchPNE-HUDAC  Energy . Hydro staff oni the present  Conservation  House,  which l state of the art.  >as the7 1976 PNE Prize  Home, and-was subsequently  moved to a lot in Coquitlam.  Meantime,, Hydro is  keeping a watching brief on  developments ( in solar  research in,, vanous parts of  the world.     .  (d) Solar Water Heating  Project  Hydro studies of solar  heating took an important  step forwar at Lochburn  natural gas headquarters in  ' July when a group of people  form vafious~departments of  the company took part in a  two-day solar workshop.'  The  group  assembled a  will be modified to consume  4ess-gas~-andV-aifctight_doMS__^esignJ^  will be fitted in fireplaces. fairly accurate information on  Each water heater will be     the energy savings they can  equipped with~a~2"i*Tai3s~fibre  Organized by Energy  Services' Division, the solar  workshop was conducted by -  graduate architect Chris*  Mattock of Solar Applications  & Research Ltd., Vancouver.  The project demonstrated  how the average handyman  can build a small solar heat  collector in his backyard for a  few hundred dollars.  The simple system, which  operates on the heat convection principle-and involves,  no pumps or other moving  parts, was developed by two  U.S. research organizations ���  the Ecotope Group of Seattle  ���See Page B-6  HALFMOON BAY-BY OWNER  1/2 acre landscaped lot with modern 3 bedroom home, full  basement with 4th bedroom, attached carport with sundeck.  Close to public boat ramp. Owner moved. $45,500.    MUST SELL, 885-3583  anticipate.  COAST MOBILE HOMES  still has  double and single wide spaces  at  SELMA VISTA PARK  * fliese Are Extra-Large Spaces  ���THERE ARE ONLY 3 DOUBLE  WIDE SPACES LEFT.  call  885-9979  ���3igm^^^/rW4  ���vr"t>ml:iici.. tit>  [ilvi'to'-or  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE LTD.  Wharf Road, Sechelt B.C. VON 3A0  885-3271  We're the Neighborhood Professionals:  MADEIRA PARK RANCH  22__acre working  ranch,  all  $125,000  fenced and cross-  fenced. Good large barn, good pasture and some  fruit trees. All year round water supply. And for  the lady of the house it has a modern 2 bedroom  home. Has facilities for horse show and rodeos.  Call Larry Reardon, 885-9320,  LANGDALE  } , "V $48,900  New 3 bedroom full basement home. Large L.R. with F.P. Dining  room and kitchen wth plenty of cupboards. Master-bedroom has--  ensuite. Double carport: Situated in quiet area among new  homes. 80' lot. Completed approx. 30 days. Ed. Baker, 885-2641.  GIBSONS  PRATT & FAIRVIEW $33,000  Small older type home wftfv carport on nicely landscaped aiid  fenced property. The vendor has included some appliances in  the asking price. Ed Baker. 885-2641.  SARGENT ROAD $15,900  Magnificent ocean view lot, fully serviced, on sewer, 65x110',  close to all amenities. Builders terms available, Larry Reardon,  885-9320.  MULTI-DWELLING LOT $70,000  Located on corner Highway 101 and School Road, this 1.3 acre  building lot is situated close to oil amenities and on sewer. Larry  "ardon. 885-9320.  ONE-ACRE LOT [MULTI-ZONED] $55,000  In an excellent location, zoned for 18 apartments, 12  townhouses or duplex. Close to all amenities and on sewer.  Larry Reardon, 885-9320. (  ROBERTS CREEK  UP & DOWN DUPLEX   $49,500  Large 3 bedroom with excellent revenue potential,  located on 1 acre��� near  Roberts Creek on Highway  101. Vendor will consider  offers. Ed Boker, 885-2641.  ACREAGE-INVESTMENT $25,000  2.14 acres at Joe and Lower Roberts Creek Road with over 700'  on the Lower Road. Could be 4 lots - terrific potential for the  investor. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  SELMA PARK  OCEAN VIEW $17,500  Good solid older type family home in good repair with unin-  terruped view of the ocean. It has^.^gcjrooms, the living room  has wall to wall carpet, and there <is a large kitchenand dining  area. This home is on lease land $600 p.a. Ed. Baker, 885-2641.  SECHELT  PRIVACVGALORE! $47,500  Is the feature of this. 100 sq ft key log home with huge loft,  fireplace and full basement. Well treed 1 acre. Easy walk to  swimmirScfand"marina. Chuck Dowman, 885-93/4"  SECHELT  --SUMMER HIDE-A-WAY i $18,500  Hidden from the road is a dandy 1 bedroom 33 ft trailer, two   jnelaLshedsJor_worl��hpj3_q.nd_stprage..Water_ond hydro con-_  nected*. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  WEST SECHELT $18,500  1.17 acres. Nicely treed, gentle slope to SW will have a good  view when some trees come down. Ed Bw&rrHtf5:2641.  SECLUSION $22,500  This 3 acres is completely hidden from all with exclusive road.  Septic & field in with minimum clearing. Located  in village.  Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  SECHELT VILLAGE $59,500  New deluxe 3 bedrooms, full bsmt home^of 1320 sq ft. Com-  "    pleted approx 30 days. Large LR/DR qrea with FP. Kitchen is a  housewife's dream with built-in bar-b-q. Full double plbg. All  w/w. Large sundeck. Lots of privacy on 92'  lot. Many other  features must be seen to be appreciated. Ed Baker, 885-2641.  /WATERFRONTLOT/VIEW LOT $15,5008 8,500  At Sandy Hook we have this 100'+ waterfront lot, close to road  and adjoining with an excellent view lot that lies next to B.T.  Larry Reardon, 885-9320. .  VILLAGE ' $46,000  Well   kept,  sparkling  clean   2   bedroom,  bungalow. Walking  distance to stores and school. LR 17 x 19 with fireplace, dinette,  utility, 2 full bathrooms. Owners leaving $2000 worth of appliances: stove, fridge, washer&dryer. Ed Baker, 885-2641.  ROOM FOR KIDS! $50,900  4 bedroom home with 26' living room. Great rumpus room. 2  blocks to shops or park. $5000 down should handle. Chuck  Dowman, 885-9374.  SEA-VIEW ROAD $14,000  Hide-a-way for your summer fun on this well treed1 l/3rd acre.  $3,500 down, with easy payments. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  REDROOFFS / HALFMOON BAY AREA  WELCOME WOODS $9,500 & $9,750  Two extra large lots 125'x200'. Larry Reardon, 885-9320.  HALF-ACRE LOT $15,000  Large treed lot at the corner of Redrooffs Road and the road to  Sargeant Bay. Serviced with hydro and water. Larry Reardon,  885-9320. _j  PENDER HARBOUR  GARDEN BAY ROAD $22,500  Rock bluff building site on this 3.5 acre wooded property, would  provide terrific view over pasture land. All year stream. Easy  terms available. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  BARGAIN HARBOUR LOT $22,500  Semi-waterfront property, just across the Narrows Bridge and  facing Bargain Harbour. Trefed and good for building on, with  just the road between you and the water. Larry Reardon, 885-   9320: \ ��� ���   <t  '#:FW,&M:$ $*���:?:'.  THE NUMBER  TO REMEMBER  We Are As Close As Your Phone  A..,..'    -'"I  .     .1, ,   , ,   ,-      H..,rm    -'l-.'1'P'r  ^yj.^7X'y\AA'^h'*'  'r  I  Vane. 689-5838 (24 hrs.)  Box 128  AGENCIES LTD.  Sechelt  GoasttaGoast  Real Estate Service  NEW  ON MARKET  Call now for our FREE Real Estate Catalogi  -HOBBY FARM OR COUNTRY  ACREAGE #3980  With home complotoly remodelled 3 year* ago.  Yoar round creek on 2,33 acres. Excellent garden ,  arop with location  for  second, house,  Asking/  $49,500, DON,LOCK, 083-2526 eves.  VIEW TO sea;  #3954  Big valuo low priced 2 bedroom home on imall eaty to maintain lot,  FP $27,500. BOB KENT)* 885.9461 oven, ";'  /VIEW. REVENUE   j r~~ #3912  Salo or trado, beautiful duplox on large lot for $09,900 or with two ,   -moro duplox zoned, cloarod lot* lor $120,000, Potential lor ro-  subdivision for total of 4 lott, Cloto to Glbtont business community.  Wo will bo ploasod jo show. JACK WARN, 006-2681 evot,  SUMMER VALUE $5200      "~ ~~~ #3854  A lot to vacation at Tuwanok, Wator lino and hydro at road, Acrosi  ,��Jrqm,easy boot launchlng.fP $8200, BOB ���HmHJr69a^46]-wa��T"'":"-'"  ALL OFFERS PRESENTED - BRING YOURSI #3973  Convenient Socholt location. Modern. All electric plut stono-facod  flroplaco, 3 bodrooms, open plan living area, all on one level, FP  $39,300, BOB KENT, 805-9461  IN THE CENTRE OF THINGS #3950  A lamlly home with 4 bedrooms, matter bedroom, full upper floor  ;,���vylth!>n|ull.a.&.0CQ(nJlr��plciMr$Mnd��di..A'(ull.lKiM>m��nt.with,iwlrl,  pool ft sauna, V|ow of harbour & mountain*, Only, $49,000 \W  Gibsons buy. JACK WARN, BB6-26B1 eves, ..������,.  GOTHIC ARCH *    ~~ #3748  Thl* supor ttylod homo It locatod near tho beach In Tuwanek,  Charming and roady for occupancy at |ust $32,500, RUTH MOORE*  005-9213 ovos,     " -" ;���r--- ������> ���   LARGE LOT ' #3764  132' x 300' gives you ,9 aero wllh delightful brook running through,  Servient on road, Located between htp arenOOnd 3��Ch��lf C��ntr��,  lots Ihls slzo aro hard to find and the prlco Is roducod lo $13,300,  DON HADDEN, 885-9504 %vet,    :  .fi-\ -Vf.''  Hfltr  *lftf "'      "  8*3-2526  ACREAGE PLUSTWO HOUSES #3977  Approximately 5 acres, mostly cleared with small crook flowing  along western boundary, plus 2 houses. Live in ono and rent the  other. How can you lose? Low price of $65,000. JIM WOOD, 885-  2571 eves,  EGMONT #3978  , Soml-watorfront 10 acros with InsUlatod cottago for $45,000 or  trados. Truck and campor for down poymont possibly. Swap for  mainland property'. Try'qny oflors, JACK'WARN, 806.2681 ovos,  ACREAGE I ACRiAGEII ~"; #3976  4.8 acres, actual dimensions 300'  x  650'!  Somo  troos,  gontlo  .southern slopo, 900' of road frontago, In tho ALR so privacy Is  /assured, This size of acroago Is always In demand, and tho prlco is  right $30,000. JIM WOOD, 885-2571 ovos,  , DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME ~ #3979  Two woll doslgnod lovols of living aroa In this now 1300 sq ft 3  bodroom homo, and to complement oach an attractive flroplaco.  Tho vlow from tho largo sundock Is roally spoctacular, ono of the  finest around, Full carport undor comploto with comont floor,  Asking $67,000, BERT WALKER, 005-3746 ovos,  DAVIS, BAY ^fNFBE^ #3955  Truly a lovoly 3 bodroom homo on ono floor, 1464 sq ft of delight,,,   You will lovethe new large ���kltehoKVirhr<:h~vlowt*thVOMfgla''6u1ir  as doos the 20 1/2' x 17 1/2' living room, Dig workshop too.  Boathouso on the beach, Oot crabs, or go fishing from your own  proporty, Each room .will pleaso you. Asking prlco $05,200.,. M>l us'  explain tho financing to you, PETER SMITH, 085-9463 ovos,    '���       j  FAMILY HOME" ~ #3919  Large remodelled homo on 2 1/2 acros, Perfect for a large family  with lots of room to roam, Realistically prlcod at $59,000. RUTH  MOORE' 805-9213 eves,  WEST SECHELT #3653  Large 1/3 ocro lot has south slopo with potontlal Gulf vlow as aroa  dovolops. Hydro, wator, phono and cablo TV on pavod road, FP  $11,000, DON HADDEN, 005-9504 oves,  FUTURE PEACE~~       ~ "v" #3884  Is what you'll find when you build your rotlromont or rocroatlon  homo in tho location of your chootlnQ on one of theso 2 aero parcels  of virtually undisturbed woodod land, All are on paved roads near  Kleindale on HwylOlrJustrnlnutei from ��KC��ll��nt fishing fob If  you'ro Interested, From $16,500 wllh torms mako those ��woHh  looking for. BERT WALKER, 865-3746 eves,  W"^#W��T''**am''f*W  GIBSONS HARBOUR VIEW #3966  Located on the corner of Wyngart & Martin Roads. Duplex zoned, on'  sewor, For this typo of view property closo to storos 8 marina ��� tho  prlco is low, It Is almost a glve-awayl FP $12,900. JIM WOOD| 885-  2571 evos.  WEST SECHELT���3 BEDROOM #3948  Beautiful "llko now" condition, 1073 sq ft of good living, Kitchen 8,  living rooms with view of wator, Soparato storago 8 utility rooms,  plus gardon shed, FP only $31,900, no sign on, can I show you this  buy? PETER SMITH, 885-9463 eves.  SUPER SAVER #3925  For tho energy conscious I This woll constructed roomy 2 bodroom  homojs yyell Insulated with thermopane windows & all electric heat  for economy. On 1/3 acre with lots of room to garden, Brand new  and roady to occupy, try your offers'on $44,500, RUTH MOORE, 885-  9213 ovos.  SEA & ISLAND VIEW #3933  Cloarod, gontlo sloping 66 x 125' lot with a couple of maturo fir  troos looking to Gulf �� Islands. FP $14,500, JACK WARN, 086-2601  ovos, ���  SCENIC BEAUtT #3947  2 full lovols of living aroa, Could bo 5 bodrooms, Rec room with  fireplace or*covered* sundeck for*��oasonalBnt<��rtainmon1.'FP  $69,500, BOB KENT, 085-9461 ovos,  NEW HOME  #3810  Retire* close to good fishing, Now 2 bodroom homo of 900 sq ft has  stone fireplace, Yoi/can docorate the Intorior In your colors! Long  sundock and coverod dock with 0' x 8' storago, Partial basement.  Eloctrlc furnaco, Largo lot has limited vlow of Pendor Harbour, Good  value at $41,000, try offers, DON HADDEN, 005-9504 ovos.  AND QUIET MOORAGE TOO'  #3924  In Bargain Harbour ofl Kent Road walling for you to en|oy all the  comforts this 1350 sq ft 3 bodroom homo with full longth sundock  ollors, Fine dock and launching romp for boaters and other  amonltlos |ust mlnulos away, Asking $131,500, BERT WALKER, 005-  3746 ovot. '������.'���        >  DOUBLE WATeIfRONT      ~~ #3967  2 sldo by side watorfront lots with older type house located on  Beach Avo. Roberts Croek orea", Lots sire 66 x J 63' each, Thl*  propertyhas '"boon^^ hegfoctod but tlie' potential Is tlioro, A package  doal at the price of $79,000, Try your offer, JIM WbOD" 005-2571  ���wot,  NEW  ON MARKET  DAVIS BAY LUXURY HOME #3981  Lovely 3 bedroom homo, suporb viow both floors,  Bodrooms on uppor fjoor, Main floor 1193 sq ft has  hugo living room & dining, kltchon, hall & gtlllty. 1 ���  1/2 baths down, 1 up, Also big soparato workshop  and carport, Easy caro gardon. Many oxtras. FP  $71,900. PETER SMITH, 085-9463 ovos,  HOLIDAY RETREAT #3871  See this onol I 4 bedrooms, family room, plus ktlchon/llvlng room  ���I fombo, 2 docks, vlow up tho lovoly Inlot.. Only foot to tho boach,  Boat launch noarby. Mostly furnlshod too, and oloctrlc hoat. All for  $35,700 and oply $10,000 down, balanco ovor 15 yoars, Soo this  before you sottlo for loss. PETER SMITH, 885-9463 ovos,  HOME PLUS REVENUE #3970  Comfortable living In Ihls 2 bodroom homo wllh water vlow, plus  rovonuo collage which yields good roturn, Lovoly lot 1Q0 x 200' ���  had undeveloped portion at roar. FP $40,000, assumo Agreement  for Salo at ?%, NoeiJ, cash tQ lossthan $24,000, or other flnanclngl I ���  '"See iHTs potential in Solma Park with PETER SMITH, 805-9463 ovos,  WATERFRONTliDEAWAY #3972  En|oy tho summer sunshine and wator, This roomy 1 bedroom  summer homo can bo your* lor |ust $33,000. Perfect deep water  moorage, RUTH MOORE, 005-9213 ovos,  WEST SECHELT VIEW ~��� #3932  Spectacular view lot overlooking Gulf of Georgia, sorvlcod, on  paved rood, in orea of nmwhomat, Over 1/3 acre, 00' on rpacf,  building schema protocts your Investment. FP $13,500. DON  HADDEN, 805-9501 eves,  RETREAT AT SECRET COVE #3857  Imagine what you could do with thl* big 7/l0tht of an acre wooded  lot on McKonzlo. Located your rendezvous for privacy yot bri only  minute* from excellent fishing In Secret Covo, Try your offor on Ihe  $9,500 asking prico. BERT WALKER* 005-3746 eves,  .H0.WBYli ....mm?-.  Bring your chickens I Yep, you botch yor, thoso darn chickens will  ���n|oy living on this 1 1 fl acres of treod seclusion, 100 k 660', iorwi  RU,' to you can subdivide later, serviced with hydro A water.  Reduced from $22,000 lo tho low prico $19,900. JIM WOOD, 005-  2371' eves, *  Fetfer Sinlth  '- p�����'��'���*>:'".��� ���'%�����',;  Don Hadden  ;3SS.8504 *  fmti.l'S  .y&fattM'm\.  isscw  iw.,y.'iMf*  ,.����,.   Ill-^1  MCMi iVMH  r,,, ...  ' "MtHUfJUBM Jt '��� *  ;;��#.- ir*t?^  ; -. *.<��� Wf V*^;  #pfSW* v^ *��, i-ww-a  ���V,  *),    ' "'* i  ������">��'��,�� ���/<'  of***. <'  t  .am ....  *f  ���ivjij.   ������    , ,--���!..! '.y^".'.-',,"., u:/������'A*-. ���"yeftCk'X';':���  *  ' Page(M  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, June 21,1978  ELLEN -MARSHALL of Gibsons_has  her vision checked on a glaucoma  =���=-��� testing-machine- at- the - Sechelt-  "Medical Centre last week. She was  one   of   90   persons   checked   for  , ,     glaucoma during a two-day clinic  sponsored by the  Sunshine  Coast  Lions Club. Lion Frode Jorgensen  Roberts Creek residents have begun to   Roberts Creek Daze, and they say it's   said another 50 persons applied for  finalize plans for a community celebration _ being pulled together by equal portions of   the testing but were unable to be  to be hit by 'Daze  in mid-July, and although the purpose of "sheer ignorance, community, spirit; examined. Another clinic will be held,.  the event is' common enough ��� fun- sweat of the brow and infectious en- probably in the Fall Jorgensen also  draising - the approach is pure Creek, thusmsm.'' "       ,.   ,   ....    . said he hopes to persuade the three  Organizers have tagged the celebration       While including most of the traditional woo  T.    *   . . * .    Mm,i,aoa  ��,Q  gizmos for such events ��� dunk tanks, soap  area Lions clubs to purchase the  Skelly call for  absentee ballot  box derby, crown and anchor, a parade - $7 >������ testing device and to have it'  -    many of them are receiving a special permanently located on the pemn--  twist. sula.  Four or  five  persons  were  For instance,, the Higgledy Piggledy. identified as  possible glaucoma  Parade on July _15j>Iaces more emphasis victims and are scheduled Jfor further  on participation by all ages then on testing, according to Jorgensen. He  Ray Skelly, NDP candidate in the   spectator value. ("Dress up your dog and said most of those examined during  federal riding of Comox-Powell River, last   yr ff ?S ?nd bn"g *heKm last week's clinic were middle-aged  week called for revision of the Canada flonS- ) And the following soap box derby Qr   Wer and he d more  Election Act to provide for an absentee   ^ an adult's category in which the ft ^  toU t r     - competition is expected to be especially hcufic w ��h.c���� "����   ^��< *<���� ^  Speaking to a group of NDP members   keen and for which thejudges will no doubt  inCampbeURiver,SkeUyclaimedthatuP ^ber^reef DatfSS"with an  to 6,000 voters in, this riding would have       "��   ^-     I       ��� ^    ff 71  , 1  lost their vote'had the federal election outdoor disco dance Friday, July 14 at the  been called in July as was expected. Elementary School for ttie under-age set.  "Wehave3,000fishermeninttiisriding .   Events now scheduled for the next day  who are away from their home polls in the >nclu��e klds &���\ hm*��> W ?de*> a  summer," he said. "About 1,000 wood- -^^hr^J^SL^iiSEta '  workers have been involved in shutdowns '^ Crown and Anchor, stroUing min-  and might well have left the riding. Add to   strf> -W &*' f f^T^w ���       <?  thisthe-people-on-hoUdaysrstudents-who-Pa^^  are traveling, hospital, patients and   a^^rttij^e,'.andfood^ aa  unemployed   persons   seeking   work   shis^kebob and Greek^salad.      ���--,;.  elsewhere, and you have a significant   ^^Z^^f^F ���* n����n m  number of disenfranchised citizens. N d���?�����  Robf��J Cre^  Q  "The current cumbersome system- of Saturday concludes with a 9 p.m. to 1  proxy voting just does not wbrk ef- a^. 'boogie'' at th^e Community Hall,  ficieiitlv" he said '/ Blue Northern providing the music.  *        ,..,.'���'..   . On Sunday  the  champion  Roberts  Creek Womens League softball team takes  ^���llMCfrliltl   CkAIAIli*mt%  on ^e Beachcombers cast and crew in a  VIII lOllall   WblCllUC  special challenge match,   ;   Oman greatly beloved, fear not: peace       As of last week the women's team had  be unto thee, be strong, iea, be strong."   wo" �� f mf ���   led ?ne fndAlost, "on!;  (Daniel 10* 19) against five local opponents. A pot luck  Fear of the unknown causes anxiety   ^  and suffering, and many times we worry   tne 8ame;  about things that might happen and       Roberts Creek Daze is one of a series of  probably never will community events   intended  to  raise  "Our proportionate admission of the money for future recreational facilities in  claims of good or of evil determines tho  harmony of our existence, our health, our  longevity, and our Christianity.!' (Science  and Health with Key io the Scriptures, by  Mary Baker Eddy, Pg 167).  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