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 NINSULA  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis,Inlet)   including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing   Gibsons   Roberts Creek  ��� Wilson Creek, Selma Park   Sechelt. Halfmoon Boy   Secret Cave. Pender Hrb , Madeiro Park   Garden Bay   Irvines Landing   Earls Cove   Egmont  Phone  885-3231  Label  "18 Pages T 20c Copy  Dawe wants meeting  into "secret" scheme  LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 16 ��� No. 30  CNA  Wednesday, June! 28, 1978  Who says that you   Who says you can't fight city hall? that they would not be taxed for the sewer.  r      When Eileen Evans of Sechelt opened "But'this' is a very small amount, only  her  tax  bill  last  week   she   spotted about 1% mills/^Thejevy by Jh^Regiorial  _something-that-didn?t-lookquite rightrNot DistficFisTobe collected by the village to  a person to accept these things quietly, she  immediately phoned village clerk Tom  Wood and after an initial setback ��� ."He  hung upon me"���she apparently scored a  TKO in the second round. ft\  ��� Evans' sharp eye may yield taxrebates  for the- perhaps~150~viUagers~who llive  outside the area to be serviced by the hew  sewer.  v The error found by Evans who lives on  Hwy, 101, is that she and allother village  residents have this year been taxed'at the  same municipal mill rate (25:07). And  "that's not right," she says? because  villagers, such as herself, who live outside  the specified area to be served by^the  sewerjshould not have been subjectedto a  two milUevy .which will help suppofethe..  project.  ,; Evans' first protest to Wood was un-  provide. interim financing until the sewer  project is completed and can begin  producing revenue, Wood said.  Besides, he said, "you can't have a  different mill rate for one area of the  yiUageJhan another "   ���  Round 1 went to Sechelt.  Round 2, however, told a different  story.  Regional District Secretary-Treasurer  Anne Pressley said somebody in Victoria  must have "screwed up/Only those people  in the specified area are supposed to be  taxed."   ,..  Contacted-by the Times, Pressley said  the facts that villagers outside the  specified area were subjected to the tax  '>is-neWto.me^I don't know whales gone  wrong; I really don't." .  \  She contradicted Wood's assertion that  successful. "I told him I had not been, the mill rate could not be varied within the  SECHELT RESIDENT Eileen Evans  displays the tax .statement which  sparked her wrath. Evans discovered  that  spine  Sechelt   residents  parently have been overtaxed.  H|H  Gibsons council  Janowsky pub request  Gibsons Council last Tuesday endorsed  an application by Elna Janowsky of All  Sports Marine to establish a marine pub in  the lower village and voted to advise the  firm's consultant to carry on with formal  processing of the application.  Planning Committee Chairman Ted  Hume noted in his motion that the  Janowsky application is the only one .of  four such requests thus far to have  received the, required Liquor Administration Board pre-clearance.  Hume later told tho Times that council's actipn does not constitute final approval for the' pub and does not close the  door to other applicants who may later  also receive LAB pre-clearance, The  Janowsky application "was the only one  wc could act on" because it was the only  one which presently has pre-clearance, he  said,  Although final approval for a. pub  licence rests with tho LAB, Hume  acknowledged that the village's endorsement "probably"' would be the  critical factor if more than ono of the  applications should concur with provincial  requirements for a marine pub.  Besides obtaining |i^lJ^B approyal,  '*a^maBnS"puh''wllT' havo" to pass council's  scrutiny with regard to planning and  building requirements.  . Residents at n Gibsons public meeting  on June 8 voiced overwhelming approval  for establishing a pub in tlio lower village.  Tho AH Sports Marine building, which  would be converted to a pub, is located  near the wharf at the foot of School Road.  Other parties which have expressed an  interest in obtaining the pub licence include Smitty's Marina, Omega Restaurant  owner George Giaunakos and barrister  Robert Reid.    '".  In other action' last Tuesday, council:  ��� Agreed to contribute $1;500 in support of an economic development study for  the peninsula. The $30,000 project would be  funded on a 50-50 basis between local  organizations and the Department of  Manpower and Immigration. Gibsons and  District Chamber of Commerce recently  (authorized a $1,000 contribution; Sechelt  land District Chamber of Commerce voted  Juno 14 to supply a representative to tho  stijdy group if required but defeated a  motion to contribute $1,500. Secholt  Council has voted to support the study but  has deferred a decision on a financial  commitment.  ��� Approved, a Lions Club Sea  Cavalcado beer garden to be located ln tho  curling rlnk.  ��� Authorized a $400 expenditure in  support bf the Elphinstone Museum  Society, Council previously turned down a  , museum request for a $2,500 grant, and  Alderman Larry Tralnor, in voting against  tho motion Tuesday, repeated his position  in favour of granting the $2,500.'  '������ Voted to closo Armour's BeaclTRoad  to vehicular traffic to prevent vehicles  ���5ce Pago A-3  allowed to vote in the sewer referendum  becausei we were outside the area. We  were told then we wouldn't have to pay any  taxes for it."  According to.Evans, Wood said "it was  just a few dollars and I shouldn't worry  about it. .������"*-��� k  "But it's the principal of the thing. I  told him I'd rather pay $1,000 to a lawyer  than pay that tax. He hung up on rrie and I  wasn't being rude or anything. I object. I  pay his salary and he had no right to hang  Up on me."  Wood confirmed that he had discussed  the question with Evans but denied that he  had hung up on her. "I wasn't even rude to  her," he said.  He admitted that residents outside the  specified area "probably" had been told  village but added, "It is a very unusual  situation to set up a specified area within a  municipality. I guess I can see something  like this happening because it is unusual;"  By TERRI BRANDttUELLER  Sechelt resident Helen Dawe last  Wednesday called for a public fneeting  into a "secret" scheme to change the  existing lot boundaries of several  properties near Chatelech Junior  Secondary'Schooir  Dawe appeared before Sechelt Village  Council June-2rtoexpfess concern about"  the proposed replotting of District Lot  1331. She said a resident in the aea had'  been offered a land trade-off by the B.C.  Housing _ Corporation- (BCHC)- and was  warned not to tell her neighbours about the  deal.  "Is it true people's property will be  taken from them? Who started this? What  does it mean?"^she asked council members.  - -Mayor HaroldNelsontoldDaweonly  that the replotting plan was the one way a  road could be built through DL 1331  because of existing terrain.  "Why all the secrecy?" she asked.  "Everyone says it's not a secret but no one  will tell you anything about.it."  A BCHC official later told; the Times  that although he "wouldn't call the scheme  secret," information will be kept confidential until die plan is complete because  people's property is involved.  ��� .-J^^O'Brien, the. BCHC consultary  workiffikon the. Sechelt replotting, sajd  keeping'land dealings in confidence is  standard procedure in the province  because of land speculators and individual  land owner's preferences.  "Replotting is like piecing together a  total area, but land which is worth more in  terms of development potential.  "Let*s put it this way, which .would you  rather have, one acre on Grouse Mountain  or one acre in downtown Vancouver," he  said. '  .  He said that although accomodations,  -are_made-ito���land-owners���the~major_rzr:  consideration in a replotting scheme is to  increase the development potential of an  area. "Replotting can't be beneficial in  sentimental terms," said O'Brien^ "It  must be beneficial in dollars and cerits  terms."  O'Brien emphasized the fact that the  ���See Page A-3  Baich access ^ote���  to be held July 7  ' A public meeting. w,ilfbe held July 7 at _  7:30 p.m. in the Roberjts Creek Community  Hall to determine the fate of the controversial Park Ave. beach access.  Area D'Director Harry Almond arid  members of a committee chosen to draft  an amenable plan for a beach access met  with Tucker Forsyth; District Manag&f of  Highways, last week and were told that  Highway>{J&;not'prepared to considerkt.\7 .  acces^jftoaxHess than 20- feet.        ~^������  Alra^n^saicfRoberts Creek residents  must now decide whether they want the 20  foot road or something narrower.  ' "If the people want footpaths or trails  or something, the work would have to be  jigsaw puzzle," said O'Brien, "and plans ' done by someone other than Highways,"  She said the Regional District'sby-law   haye_been_ changed to. accomodate _in--._said Almond.-  .~li~.s*     iUV    nM/tniCInfl      nM#tft     An.Clw.r%.A     4-ttA Ail��1 si 1 ��� a 1 �����   " ' Al>v\n��-irl   nnifi  creating the specified "area defined the  boundaries very specifically. "But once  the requisition left our hands, it went into  the machinery in Victoria and just came  out wrong, I guess." J  On the bright side, said Pressley,  "maybe it's fortunate we've had sort of a  tUy run" before nexfc year's imposition of  fr6ntage taxes and land charges.  Evans, however, is still not pacified  about the approximately $20 which she has  .been taxed for the sewer.  "I'm not paying my taxes until this Is  straightened out," she said.  dividuals."    ,  O'Brien ���iaid that replotting is  becoming necessary because of the need  for land for development purposes and  said DL 1331 can not be developed in its  present, s^ate.  "the problem is that everybody used to  survey things in a grid pattern, regardless  of the topography," he said.  O'Brien said the replotting process  involves the exchange of land based on its  Value before and after boundary changes  '��� which means that a property owner  could end up with less land, in terms of  Almond said a vote will be taken at the  July meeting to decide "just what the  people want". The committee will' be  present to make sure alLalternatives are  presented, he said, but "The public ��� not  the coinmittee". will make the decision.  Forsyth told the Times that 20 feet is  the minimum width necessary for two cars  to pass comfortably. "But we really don't  want anyone to get hung up on 20 feet ��� if  it's 19 feet that's OK too." ,    ,  He said Highways' main concern is to  provide a road that can be easily driven  ���See Pqge A-3  Dogfish Derby July 2 in Gibsons  Dogfish Derby organizers are gearing  up this week for tho July 2 event which,  spurred by a [hefty advertising campaign  In Vancouver, promises to bo on even  bigger success than last year's derby.  Sponsored by SupcrValq under tho  auspices, of ,tho ,Gibsons and Durtrlot-  Chamber of Cotoijnorco, tho derby begins  with a $1 pancake breakfast on the Gibsons  wharf from 4 a.m. to 11 a.m.  A beer garden will bo hold in thp curling  First prize for tho largest dogfish  caught Is $1,000. Second prlzo is $300 and  third, $200. There will bo 17 hidden weight  prizes worth $50 each, and trophies for the  largest dogfish, tho largost dogfish caught  by a child six or undor, tho largest dogfish  ..caught by a ohlld sevento- 12f and the  stnglo boat catching tho most dogfish.  Lower village merchants aro planning  n street fair to bo hold off Marino Avonuo  ;jUv^;ik'  (/.%*���  south of School Road.  running every 15 minutes between tho rlnlf ,,,t%,,.aiTjnit^^  fttld 'IBSwhartr"*^"^*"    - '.dogfish caught this year to a Vancoflvor  'Welgh-ln ls at tho qibswjf wharf. boo tho supploment to this week's, Times.  " i   *���  CTC^t^^ey "(ftsplfly some* unusual Bom during Cedar-Grove Elementary School's fqtch-and-carry event during  tho schodl's'recent Sports Day. Both boys are in Grade Four, $  t  >  * -W����!*��*���*���T*!'*'-*^-*''' ���*��  ��*��"+ *"�����*"  *��hm-M*BT��Wl��'  �� ��mw��<�� ^mwi^^*^** mimmtmtoitmf***  t��m^ **^^��4��A��I^^ rfSm^^^^H^awi^^  *J-M��. *5fl<��if��1WWB^W^*ll^''p^tfW'iiA MW*��^��l*HW��W��iDt   " I "\~-  i,'..', " < ,yv At: "  .,    (    m^.a-   '�� . ./���  -���"- *  MORE ABOUT . . .  Change of lot boundaries  ���From Page A-l . women who tried to stop such a scheme by  scheme was not initiatedby the BCHC and lying in front of bulldozers.; "He said:  needs approval of 70" per cent of the Don't try to stop it ���we have the power to  ^Foperty^wner-SJn4he^designated_aEea _go_ahead anywayJ^said^R^zentak  before it can go to municipal bylaw. rvRrion tni��i *** <r;���,nn *t,���* ~\.  He said,' however, that thoso people  who fell within the 30 per cent opposing the  replotting scheme would be forced to  accept the boundary changes.  "There is a compulsory element," he  said, "but I've never seen a squeaker. In  this situation, I can only see one or two  people that won't Tie too interested."  O'Brien said that replotting, does not  involved the expropriation of-land. Costs of  the replotting are picked up byj the  ministry under a replotting assistance  program, and sometimes costs_can be  recouped through spare parcels of land  left over after replotting.  "But in this case, there's nothing to  spare ��� it's a tough one - because of  topography," he said.   .  O'Brien said that the ministry asked  the municipality "if possible", to reimburse the BCHC from development  proceeds, but said that it is not mandatory.  Sechelt village will, however, have to  pick up the preliminary costs of the  scheme if council decides not to go ahead  jvithjhe project even after gaining approval from 70 per cent of those affected.  O'Brien said that at thispoint he does  not have a formal plan. He said the plan  has been in the works for over a year and  should take two and a half years to com:  plete. "We've got nothing to hide in the  sense of technique, hut we're just working  out a_planjighJLnj^^e-said  have a_ piece of paper to issue,'  He added that he did not think "putting  a notice on a board is a fair and equitable  way" of dealing with replotting. O'Brien  also does not agree that a public meeting  should be held.  ' 'Because, JLinyQLves-people!s-land,-a-^  public meeting is disastrous," he said.  "Inevitably you get one negative voice  that rises long and loud above the others."   Q-'Briensaidthe fair-way-tocarry-out���  the replotting procedure is to approach  each property owner individually and  work out the terms step b$ step.  . "We. do have the option of leaving  people out," said O'Brien. "We don't upset  people if we don't have, to." **  ���Dzidra -Rozentalsr however,���is upset;-  She and her husband went to see O'Brien  two weeks ago in North Vancouver at his  request to discuss the replotting of her  property within DL 1331.  She said O'Brien offered to give them  property from adjoining lots in exchange  for a road easement straight through their  lot.  "He told us not to talk to anybody about  it ��� he said he would talk to everybody  about it himself," she said. "I don't understand the secrecy ��� why is everything  so hush, hush, husM,%k jan ,awaV "from-  such things in the old'country."      '' "^  Rosentals said she told O'Brien that she  would give him their answer in a .month's  time, but that she was very upset at the  prospect of losing part of her, property.  " She said he told her a story about some  MORE ABOUT ...  ��� Pub request  ���From Page 'A-l... .,,',-.���  from driving onto the beaqh.  ��� Approved a six-month water bill  reimbursement, for Charlie Mahdelkau's  Shell Service Stdtioriln the amount of ,50  percent of the; excess oyer average of his  semi-annual statements, Mandelkau  complained to council that his billing for  the six months ending Decernber 31,1976,  had taken an appreciable jump which he  was unable to explain.  Alderman Jack Marshall replied that  Mandelkau's meter had been checked and.  found to be accurate. Marshall suggested  that two leaking toilets may have caused -  the surge in useage, but Hume argued  successfully that since tho cause of the  Increase could not definitely be  established, council should consider it "an  act of God" and meet Mandelkau halfway.  ��� Received and filed a request from  the Ministry of Travel to designate the  week of Juno 18-24 "Super Smile Week."  Mayor Lornc Blain said, "I'm nil in favour  of smiling whon you deul with the public,  but I think designating one week for it is  kind of stupid." ,  O'Brien told the Times that he told  Rozentals that he would "prefer it if you  kept it to yourself" and he said'he would  explain the scheme to other, property  owners. -  '    ^  Against O'Brien's wishes, Rozentals  told Billie Steele, who owns the adjoining  lot, about the scheme.  "She was definitely upset about it,"  said Steele, "but now I'm a little upset  because I haven't been contacted yet ��� I  don't know, what's going on."  "I've lived here1 for 30 years,"- said  Steele._ "The_property belonged.to my  grandfather before me."  Dawe, too, is upset because she is  concerned what development will do to the  lots within DL 1331.  She said Block 8, the property above  Rozental's and Steele's, is already being  logged off and that it has created a  drainage problem. Dawe said she has been  contacted by people on Spindrift St. whose  gardens have * been washed out and  basements flooded.  - -"You need those trees to hold water,"  she said. "It's a shame what they're doing  to thaTlarrd?';      -    ���  But Dawe said before any more  decisions are made about DL 1331, in  particular blocks 5,6,7,8 and 14 which are  affected by the replotting, a public  meeting should be held.  Dawe was made aware of the con-  iiLdon'-t-fidential replotting. negotiations by her  sister, Steele, but said she has known  DONELDA HYATT, daughter of Mr.  and*Mrs. Charles Hyatt of Madeira  Park, is a 1978 nursing graduate'.of  Foothills Hospital, Calgary, Alberta.  She graduated from Pender Harbour  Secondary in 1975.  The Peninsula Times Page A-3  Wednesday, June 28,1978  MORE ABOUT ...  ��� Beach access  ��. ,         ������From Page A-l - "  down and will not create problems for  residents.  Forsyth said $5,000 is a rough estimate  of what such a road would cost and said he  \ does not know where a resident's estimate  of $2000,000 came from.     -v "^ .  "That's half our day labor budget for  the year," he said.  Forsyth said that Highways had never  planned to take the access to the f ull 66 feet  of the right-of-way and that it is not  necessary to take-all of the trees out to-  provide a clear access road. ".We're _  prepared to do what the majority of the  people want," said Forsyth, "but we're  sort of caught in the middle."   PMch-lnTB  wUMp British Columbia Beautiful  ���m  CHOQUER&SONS  <mmX��*gsg_  *!����-!."  CERTIFIED WELDER FABRICATOR���INDUSTRIAL & MARltff  Box 1235  Sochelt, B.C. VON 3A0  EAST PORPOISE BAY ROAD  Bus: 885-9244  Ro��: 885-2686  A'  Where tjo find answers  to wood stove questions:  Public opinion on the Park Ave. beach  access ranges from leaving the access as  is, to clearing a 66 foot swath to the ocean.  Almond, however, said most people in  that area would agree to a compromise of  some improvement to the existing trail.  about the plan since February.  "I don't know whether this scheme is  rotten or not;" she told council members,  ' "because I don't know enough about it."-  IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS LTD.  PAINTING - RENOVATING  CONSTRUCTION - LANDSCAPING  "ONE CALL DOES IT ALL"  434-4145        885-5087  Our wood stoves can make heat bills a  ��� lot easier to live with. And our experience in installing and maintaining  stoves can be a big hejp to you.  So call or come by soon. We'll_  show you how to stay nice' and,  toasty for very little bread.  :&B- "  ��� ys  ~y%i^- :  .���qg.i-  yy a  x*ti  //Oi-  ��� ;29f  sW  e?l  J&C ELECTRONICS'  Radio/hack  authorized Sales Centre  Cowrie St.. Sechelt. B.C.  Box 1208  885-2568  ��� :.'Xli&S  'iff-.  SPRINKLING  RESTRICTIONS  Madeira Park Users  Duo to oxtromoly dry summer conditions  II Is vory llholy that wo will havo o wator  shortage, Thorofofa, It is nocossary to  apply sprinkling restrictions effoctlvoi  June 1st, 1978  , I. All residents from Canon Pass to tho  ond of Prancis Ponlnsula sprlnklo on odd  calendar dqys, oxcont botwoon tho  hours of A p,m, to 7 p,m,  2, Residents In tho balanco of Madeira  Park aroa sprlnklo on ovon colondpr  .days, OKtopt ..b��t,t,w<Kin.4 p.m. ond.7 p.m..  ,ln tho ovont of flro, ploaso turn pff yaur  .sprinklers, ���   \'  Sprinkling regulations will bo strictly  enforced,  'rr',rl'SV"��r'''*^'"  'iAa.y.^1.  ���w~V"TRU$TNS'OrmR'"~*  SOUTH PENDER HARBOUR  I   "Waterworksdistrict   m   ���  .mivifPm*>mm,mm~.jtjlmmmm mm**Mp��UM? V-'��� "����* Df). v      *���-[���-,  ' n__m*^\\L,Vm ���mJ}���:>r-*%-*i'iii>' ���������.I'p.i,.. .������������!��� "wi--!��� '��jM-.'  ��mh*mmiwmm|  What makes it a new way  ���j I've heard a  ���i lot about  this Long-Term  Care Program���  what I'd like to  know is exactly  how this  Program  differs from  what we've had  in the past.  What, specifically, is 'new'  about it?  ���  In the past, those who required special  care due to health problems often had  to leave their homes to receive the  necessary care. Services were  scattered, difficult to locate^ anct, .  '"1bo^pensive"for many, people.  The purpose of the new Program is to  co-ordinate care services and make  them available to everyone who needs  them���in the comfort of their own  homes,'wherever possible���at an  affordable cost.  We believe British Columbia residents  should be able to receive the care they  nood, without financial hardship, while  maintaining as much dignity and  independence as possible.  H Oh, so the emphasis is  ���i on home caro?  Yes. While ttye Program does provide  for residential care wherever needed,  whome care, homemaker services and  home maintenance and repair are  ~ of -prime'importrace;  X.N, 'I  ,r,�� *^H<n v��r: tjyrp At?'? :.,������.���?,cai.  ��� They say  Hi the Program  is not just for  the elderly���  is that  true?  f  Very definitely.  The Long-Term  Care Program is  for any British  Columbia resident  ���young or old���  who requires long-  term care for  health-related  reasons.  You know,  I think I  know of some-  one who could  benefit from  the Program.  Where should  she go  to apply? I  p  You can get complete information  nnd discuss your  particular noeds at  the Long-Term  Care Office in tho  local health unl^It's.  as simplo as *  THE LONGTOUM CARE PROGRAM  A NEW WAY TO CARE ABOUT PEOPLE.  ^tpv.'to'^'rV^i^W^"   M  ~Provlncwif���~   ^MInrst^5y*  British Columbia     HegjH v  ���| So far, so  ���i good. It  sounds like a  straightforward), logical  approach. But  now comes the  big question���,  how much will  this cost the  person receiving the  care?  9  As far as care in the home is  concerned, there is often no cost  involved at all. For example, there is  no charee for Home Care Services  ,. whereJneyare pxo.Ylde.djY.lth referral ,  from your doctor, and no charge for  Homemaker Services where family  unit Incomes fall below certain  ^guidelines���ranging from $290 for k  single person to $745 for fivo porsons.  In a residential facility, tho basic cost  is $6.50 per day. No extra or hidden  charges can be made: Howovor, a  Room Differential may be charged  where tho accommodation oxcoods  tho standards sot by tho Llconslng  Board���for oxamplo, prlvato or soml-  privato rooms. Thoso Room Differentials may run to a maximum of $9,00  per day. The Long-Term Care  Administrator at the your local hoalth  unit con provide complete details  regarding your particular circumstance.  yxx'7<-'ui i'vv:,^:/.��<w:  ���i't,'  * "M  f  "   11  .., ,,..,.]   ��"h ill  I ni.<l.  IW"  'III     >MII  |,"V! '.ill  \  *.';!r',p";^v.p^:v,3.. ���.  1 *  ���toStr* rfm�����^ pw�� i*-v tsc^pta **wiMi.ii*w*rh�� h>  " '  V  V', i  ..i  .* iitiw,Ti,*B>j*ra'^il*,''*'"'Jei*'rW v^foptidwi itj**,��*iW" **  Wrfuosm yas (WWraJfrtT'  X J ���'  ���     Uf   .    _ ^ ,     (  '/  The Creek runoff'  Daze cleanup pa  -     .     : ' . By Annie. Demptirr'88S3326  Page. A-4  Wednesday, June 28, 1978  t^ssS U  Hatfmoori Bay happenings  Francis Stone  By Mary Tinkley, 885-9479  J  Francis W. StOne-who~died on Van-  couverlslancLonMonday, "June 12, at the  age of 76, was a pioneer and the son of a  pioneer. His father, Arthur' Stone, was  prinvinciaLiishery and police officer on  Rivers Inlet in the early days of the century, and was .known as "Arthur the  peacemaker" for he maintained a  reasonably degree of law and order with  tact, diplomacy and a respect for the  idiosyncracies of his people. He had left  England for Canada around 1901 and,  when his wife and family joined him five  years later, he established them close by  Green's cannery in a home which contained, two cages which occasionally  served as cells.  This was the life of young Francis Stone  through the years of his boyhood. When  most boys of his age were still playing with  toys, Francis was learning to handle boats  and to fix engines. According to Hugh W.  McKervillj book: "The Salmon People",  Francis loved to accompany his father~on  the police boat on night patrols. Particularly at the end of the fishing season,  they would drift without running lights  near the mouth of the inlet, pulling up a-  -longside fishing boats to cheek-that-noneof-  the rented gillnets were being stolen. The  only contact with the outside world was the  Union Steamship boat which visited the  _inlet _ every.-two-weeks an which was  welcomed for its deliveries of stores, mail  and newspapers. But the enterprising  young Francis started a free newspaper  service. He acquired a small radio  receiver with which he tinkered far into  the night, collecting news items from the  - outside- world���He- would-type-several-  copies of the news he collected and would  deUver--news-sheets,al_flie_vari_Q|is^can-..  neries as he delivered lumber for Victoria  Sawmill. v -  When Frank Inrig built the Goose Bay  Cannery in 1927, Francis was his  bookkeeper and storekeeper and he took  over the management of the cannery on  Inrig's resignation in 1930. Resourceful  and versatile,1 he was well able to cope  with the varied and unpredicatable  problems which constantly arose. After  .A\l    *** mf^'''m~  "with which he inaugurated a water  service  to, Buccaneer  Bay-and  leaving Rivers Inlet, Francis worked at a  cannery 7>n~tfie westcoasf of Vancouver  Island and spent^ome time fruit farming  at Naramata in the Okanagan, but in the  early 1950's, he and his wife Ruth found  "their way to thTSun^hine Coast and bought  acreage at Secret Cove;-There they started  the Secret'Cove Marina and Francis, who  was never happier than when he was  handling a boat, bought the 30-foot "Sou  san  taxi  Vaucroft on Thormanby Island. They also  made part of their property available for a  youth hostel.  -In 1968, the Stones sold the marina to  Jack and Jean Mercer who. subsequently  renamed it Buccaneer Marina. Settling  down to retirement in Welcome Beach,  Francis served as a director of the Sunshine Coast Senior Citizens' Housing  Society and and was .chairman of the  admissiQns committee. Seven years ago  they "mbved^to^-Vahcouyer Island and  settled in Schooner^Gove near Nanoose  Bay. Francis is survived by his wife Ruth  and a daughter, Elaine Roberge of  Mapleridge.  NEED SOME  NEW  .SHOES?  There's a  SALE  [     with  20%  to  50%  OFF  #  ^ Family Shoes  & Leathergoods  IN THE HEART OF SECHELT  NEXT TO BATHROOM ACCENT  1   885-9345  Cowrlo St.  Secholt  nCOUNTRYFAIR .  The Country Fair which is to be convened jointly by the Welcome Beach  Community Association and the Halfmoon  Bay Recreation Commission will be at  Cooper's Green, Redroofs on Saturday,  July 22. Tickets are now available for a  raffle with prizes of a grocery hamper, an  afghan made by Maureen Renouf and a  macrame.plant hanger made by Bonnie  Semotiuk. Tickets, 50 cents each or three  _"foE"$l, are available at the Halfmoon Bay1  Post Office or the B & 3! Store. Donations  . for the hamper will be gratefully received  . and can be left with Maria Mahar at the B  & J Store.  HOSPITAL TALES  Three generations of .the Tjensvold  family recently went on a camping trip to  Saskatchewan to visit the old haunts of  Grandpa Ed. Ed arid Leona, accompanied  by son Ernie and his family, jniade a 22-  mile four to see the Badlands of  Drumhellerand crossed the Re^River in a  U little ferry*/it. was; a d^ght^hoHday.  which they all enjoyed but their first day  home was not so happy. When Ed started  work on his shingle mill, he cut his hand  badly on the saw anothe family rushed  him to St, Mary's Hospital where he was  advised to go at once' to the Vancouver  General Hospital. Unable to get a plane to  Vancouver, Leona, assisted by son John  and his wife Sandy, took Ed to Vancouver  by_boat._After surgery,and four, days in.  hospital, he is safely home with his hand  intact and nothing but praise for the  treatment he received from both St.  Mary's Hospital and the General Hospital.  Other patients who express high praise  for the staff of St. Mary's Hospital are  John Smith and Olive Clear, who spent  four weeks as a patient after badly  twisting a muscle around her good hip.  StiU in St. Paul's hospital is Frank  Kingston following his logging accident.,  Janet Allen's move into her new home  was delayed by a six day stay in hospital  following a stroke. ^Making a good  recovery, Janet is now settled in, helped  , by her daughter Edith Hawirko and a  number pf her good neighbours.  Norah Conquest was surprised to  receive a telephone call from her neighbour Gladys White asking if she would go  round and make her a cup of tea while she  (Gladys) was waiting for the ambulance.  Norah rushed to the rescue to find Gladys  with a broken bone in her leg. She had had  a fall while working in her garden and  after her calls for help had proved in vain,  she had dragged herself along thq cement  path and negotiated two flights of steps up  ���" to her house for an ambulance. Husband  Tom who was in Vancouver at Uie time of  the accident', thought that lighting never  struck twice in the same place, but Gladys  has had this same leg in a cast twice within  six months. She broke three bones injicr  foot before Christmas while also working  in her garden.  Irish Linen Wall Hangings with our  Dogwood  Design;  very  pretty and  colourful, and so light and easy to mail. ���  ,   MISS BEE'S, SECHELT.  DAZE CLEANUP %  The various committees involved in the  planning and preparation for Roberts  Creek Daze are having a work bee on  Sunday, July 2, down, at the mouth of the  creek to prepare-the area for the big day.  If you are interested in lending a hand,  come on out and bring along any tool that  would be on assistance in clearing brush  and grass. Everyone is meeting there noon  and after the work there will be a pot luck  picnic. _  ROBERTS CREEITBOOGIE   Tickets are now available for the big  Roberts Creek Boogie on the night of July  15 at the community hall. Dance to the  country rock sound of "Blue Northern".  Tickets are available at Seaview Market  at $3.50 each. There has already been a  fairly big demand for the tickets, so it is  suggested that you purchase your tickets  early if you plan on attending. There were  a lot of disappointed.people at the last  dance as the tickets were all sold out and  many people had to be turned away at the  door.  MJANESES   BECOMING   RESIDENTS  Those who know Leif and Nicki M janes  will be delighted to hear that they have  purchased a lot on Park Ave. and plan to  start building their home there on July 1.  Nicki has been the grade one teacher at  Roberts Creek school in the past, but she  took a year's leave of absence this past  year when little Michael became part of  the family. She will be teachingat Sechelt  Elementary this year. Oeif is a science  teacher at Chatelech. We are delighted  that you chqsejmr neighborhood to make;  wish to much  Sunshine Motors, then lost the tournament  ; .trophy in a 9-6 squeaker to Gibsons'  Cedar's Inn.Jt was an exciting game and  the ladies played hard. Despite the loss,  they retain the league trophy. A job well  done, girls. '   ',  Please be advised that due to lack of response, we've been forced  to discontinue our Typewriter & Adding Machine Repair Service.  W^^P^^?--tior a^ '"co'weritence this may cause. We-will honor  "'"^"^        30 day warrantiiB^C^^s#��^ffdVfT^f-"7 1/  ����eidt@HiM(g)'  e/Mce  885-3258  -*^#��ll*^  FIFTY MONTHS WARRANTY  ON ALL TOSHIBA COLOR TELEVISIONS  '/ma  covers Parte ��� Labour - Picture Tube  SALE PRICE  SAVE $70.00  Available in  Ivory -  Harvest Gold -  Sunset Red  Swivel Base. Incl.  /'���'^  LOW COST BANK FINANCING AVAILABLE  SALE PRICE  your home in, folks. We  happiness here. You are fortunate-in that  you will have really great neighbors.  BALL SEASON OVER  Saturday, June 24, saw the end of the T-  Ball season for this year. The Roberts  Creek Legion team placed second ih the  tournament. All the kids played a fine  game. They all received ribbons which  pleased them. They were a bit disappointed not to liave won a trophy but forgot  ^aboutrit as soon asthey jjotrhome. T  Many thanks to the coaches who gave  so freely of their time for the kids, who  didn't always seem to appreciate it. Paddi  Peterson, Dennis Fitzgerald and Jeanie  Norton put in a whole lottf hours for these ~  kids and to borrow an old cliche, they  managed to make if not silk purses, at  least cotton ones out of pigs' ears. The kids  had a whole lot to learn, but learn it they  did. Thanks again, coaches.  The Roberts Creek' Ladies Softball  team have made an excellent showing all  year.   Thfcy; never   lost "one^/game' \  throughout the whole ,season.,a1ie tpur-r;  nament on Sunday, June 25, unfortunately-  gave the'giflstheir first loss on the last  game of the year. They won the first game  of the tournament against Sechelt's  18ZL  <569  SAVE $72.00  Walnut Cabinet.  _ One button  tuning.  THE COLOR TV THAT COMES HOME TO STAY  ZU      SALE PRICE  SAVE $90.00  Walnut Cabinet  Earphone Jack.  Fine Tuning  ^Color Lock  FREE DELIVERY AND INSTALLATION IMMEDIATELY  ���^v^^  In-home Service by our own Sunshine Coast Division  backed by TOSHIBA  Phone Vancouver-Collect  2944655  1  4339 East Hastings  Burnaby, B.C.  CHILDREN  , /  m     \ V-* '  Please  DO NOT  \>&  ,,<v Beg your parents  to take you to  ROBERTS CREEK DAZE  Vrrn may hnuf fno much fun  and (jnl llrocl, Slay harr<    lgr/  vsfttrh  7\f Int.Ir%fi..���*"  ^mm"^r"  watch TV /nWon'u.  ���   \  .'.  PER GALLON  For doorsrWlntiowsrtrlm and  masonry Latex stretches     siding. Latex stretche^so It  so It worYt crack, blister      won't.crack.blister or pee|,  ... v  PER GALLON  , A5uper1orott*based~^7  exterior hoiisepatntr ���'  V ' 1*. A i i  M',"^^  Sale ends July l,im  \.  1  K^^WMp'p'pWpft^ra  i#|>|��^W>^>Mf|l<^^  hai&AtfHw  ��i>����i*W!Ww*w*1��<f**'^  ������A  ���  ii \  .  ���������������i-v-  ���V v-  \  ,*  Seche/f notes  Afghans dispiay  by Peggy Connor, 885-9347  Wednesday, June 28,1978  Page-A-5  JOCK CUMMINGof Madeira Park  was oneof hundreds of persons who  -vtsited-the-Skoofeumehuek-Narrows  last Wednesday to see the year's high  tide. But Jock did it with a little more  style than most.  Happenings around the harbour  Swim classes   s      ^<��.  By^Doris Edwardson, 883-12308; w  fJ3'J5��lSW^B  SWIM CLASSES  This year swim classes start July 3.  They will be held at Brightside Resort,  Garden Bay, courtesy of Charlie and  Shirley Falconbridge. Red Cross Water  Safety Instructor Robi Peters and  assistiant^areh'Morrison-wiirbe teaching"  "pre-beginners to seniors. Mother and tots  classes will tfe a water introduction for 4  year oldSjfun and play .involving mother  or adult arid child. Special importance is  given to survival, liffss|yi|ig &nd: water  safety knowledge. Jff^inot; already j  registered phone Shirley Morrison 883-  2252. Classes are very reasonable, firit  child $5.25, each additional $2.25. Many  thanks to Charlie and Shipley,  ANGLICAN MINISTER  Reverend John Paetkau is the new  Anglican.: minister for our church in  Madeira Park. He was clergyman,in  England and has worked around the slum  areas. Construction on the new church Mil  begin next month.'  WE1XOME BACK  RON AND PEG  Six weeks ago Ron and Peggy Pockrant  of Madeira Park left for England for a well  deserved holiday and they returned last  week looking better than ever and .very  happy. Much'of their time was spent  visiting Relatives and friends in Tunbrldgo  Wells and Stafford, although thoy toured  other places. Tliey stayed a week in  Stafford with their good friends Phil,  Grahanie, Syd and Kathy, whom by tho  way will bo In Pender Harbour around the  all other games $25 plus four door prizes  and the Jackpot'will be $250. Three cards,  $5, then $1 per card. Coffee and goodies  free. Rember 8 p.m.^t starts.       ?  IRVINES LANDING  ���Monday July 3,-8 p.mrlrvines Landing  Community Centre is the place to go for  Bingo. Extra games and door prizes are  being donated by Taylor's Garden Bay  Store, Tammy's at Earls "Cove, Irvfnes  Landing Marina, Centre Hardware,  Madeira Park and Col Flounders, Garden  Bay, The Jackpot,,is; $75 and at Irvines;  Landing Centre they have the best goodies  Bea can make.  PENDER HARBOUR SENIORS  A small but devoted group of members  attended the June meeting of the PH  Senior Citizen's Association Br. 80. In the  absence of President Gladys Brown, due to  laryngitis, Uie gathering was chaired by  Vice President Isabel Ralph, Climax of the,  occasion was the triumphant announcement from New Horizons Informing  Branch 80 that their petition for a grant  had been successful.  This, was the first request Br. 80 has  ever made for a grant. The money is to be  spent for a film projector and an audio  system. The members expressed their  appreciation to Mr. and Mrs. Alec Rankin  for ttjio two fine Rhododendron shrubs they  had donated to tho PH Clinic garden. Jack  Heidema requested that furthor gifts of  foodstuffs for the hamper b<J delivered to  his residence on Bargain Harbour Road  well in advanco of thonoxt meeting on  AFGHAN DISPLAY;    '      *..  You may recognize the wool irom an  old handknit sweater of yours dressed up  now as an afghan.  ,The Human, Resources volunteers knit  the af ghans, most of which are sent to the  Save/the^Chlldren Fund for children in  need all over the world. Some are sold and  the' money goes to the fund. -   7  - ^There wiU hp a display of these very  attractive Jtems at the Trail Bay-Mall, -  Thursday, June 29,10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Four  -very knowledgeable ladies will be on hand-  to answer questions on their work.  Anyone wishing to set their hands to  helping make these, af ghans will be given  the. recycled wool to do so. Aid a worthy  cause. .    . , ,.,.,  LUNCH JUNE 29  This Thursday is the day of the annual  lunch provided for everybody by the  Sechelt Auxiliary, to St. Mary's Hospital.  Held at the Senior Citizens Hall oh Mermaid St. from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Cafeteria  style, choose your own type of lunch.  There will be soup, sandwiches; salads,  cold plates, homemade pies, beverages',  all at reasonable prices, and.lots of furi.,  Meet and eat'with local business persons and their staff, shoppers, tourists all  welcome. See you there.  FLEMINGS RETURN  Frances Fleming has retired as  Assistant Superintendent of Special"  Programs for the government. Ray,  retired five years ago from the B.C. Hydro  " in Sechelt. Now both have come back to  live in the house purchased from Dr.  Dennis Rogers; the former Hayes home on  H05e~SulwHihe ~Co^rTIighwa~y~in~W"est  Sechelt. Former residents of Halfmoon  - Bay, they have .spent the last few years in  Victoria. (  100 YEARS OF  HAPPY BIRTHDAYS  Selena Emily Gower reached the  century mark June 18 and her-offspring  were there in great numbers to help her  celebrate. Held at the home of her son Ed  and Doris Gower in Selma Park ��� where  80 people (with only six of them not  - related) ��� crowded in.  Selena had six children. One, a son, has  passed away; the other five were all  present: Grace Robinson from Whittier,  California; Nellie O'Higgins, Richmond;  Leon Kentish Rankin, Nanaimo; Fred  Gower, Qualicum and the youngest Ed  Gower of Selma Park. Seventeen grandchildren, 38 great-grandchildren, and one  great-great grandchild.  It doesn't end there; two more grandchildren are on the way.       <   ;  Thirty-four relatives arrived by bus  ;t'wlth,a'_hu^hanner ��nnQiuicing~Grand?  ma's 100th birthday.  Recognition for attaining her century  mark came by telegrams and messages  from Queen Elizabeth, Premier Bennett,  Dave Barrett (whose father was a great  friend), Don Lockstead, MLA, Jack  Pearsall, MP, Governor General Bell-  Irving, Mayor Harold Nelson of Sechelt,  "Mayor Lorrie Blain of Gibsons.  Compliments to Ed and Doris Gower  for arranging this mammoth family  gathering. There were only 17 family  members who didn't come.  IVAN SMITH RETIRES  Thirtyrsix years with the B.C, Electric  and the B.C* Hydro and Power Authority  iame' to an end for Ivan Smith' as he  retired, this month.  A party by his fellow workers was held  at-(the Welcome Beach Community Hall,  June 24. Mrs. Roberta Janis and Mrs. Ann  Himmel arranged for ra.potluck supper  followed by dancing. (      k\  Upon being presented with'a chain saw  Ivan said he could use the saw to save his  oil bill so he could pay his electrical bill.  -Hobbie-and Ann Burns from the Powell  River Substation gave Ivan a pewter  -bottom-stein-enscribed-with best wishes-  Ed Laidlaw spoke on how much help  they received from Ivan up at Clowholm  Falls. Ivan has been around ��� travelled  up to Lake Buntzen via Indian Arm scenic  ^oute; Bridge River via the old Union  Steamships then onto the PGE. Worked, at  Stave Falls, Ruskin, Main Street substation,' Point Grey, Railway station in  . Coghlan, Veder, Chilliwack..  ''  :_ Ivan and Eileen came to this'area in  1958 and both have been an asset to the  communities they,, live, in.  Present from out bf  Brotherhood of Electrical Workers,- Bob  and Aura Lundy froni Vancouver, Al and  Joyce Speiic^r' from System Control  Center, Vancouver; the super of. Metro  North, Dave and Mpna McDonald of North  ..Vancouver, -Iv,ari^^Jh��r.,-Raymond  Smith of Vancouver, Ted and Joan Tisdale  from Surrey. TedLwas one otthe first  fellows Ivan worked with at Lake Buntzen  in 1942.        ' .  BILL DeHART TRANSFERRED  Honored at the same party with Ivan  Smith was Bill DeHart who has been  promoted to the Kitchener operation as  Line Supervisor, they will be living in  Maple Ridge. \ ���  Bill and Margaret came here 14 years  ago from Terrace where theyhad livedfor  four, and.a-half years. Margaret originally  was a Nanaimo girl, while Bill was raised  _in_iV_ancouver and_Lantzville.. The_couple-  has two sons, Jim, 15 and Rick, 14, and  while they hate to leave this area feel it is a  good time for the boys education to make  ttie move now. Also it is a move up for Bill.  A popular couple who will soon make new  friends but they plan on returning now and  again to keep in touch. -  PRAIRIE VISITORS   "Tr���~����=^'  Vic and Kate Hebert from Emerson,  Manitoba, have been guests  of- Vic's"  brother Charlie and Lee Hebert of West  Sechelt/  HOME AGAIN  Dale Stephanson, son of Ralph and  Wilma Stephanson of Selma Park, is home  from several months holiday in Hawaii.  RECORDS & TAPES  Save time and money ordering the records and tapes you wantrPoprcoun-  try, folk, specialty ��� current hits and  golden oldies. Special discounts all  ibels, satisfaction and, safe delivery  - positively -guaranteed. Send 25o mall-  , ing for rush copy latest catalog  Supersound, Box 5227-SY Vancouver  < B.C. V6B 4B3.  president of Local 258  town where,  International  f Are you part of the human race  'or just a spectator?  SEAVIEW MARKET  Roberts Creek  SUMMER HOURS  10 a.m. ��� 6:30 p.  Fri ft Sat - 'til 8 p.m.  also, we have a paint spray gun for ront  7 Days  A Week  is;  V  &       PI  Please clipTbr  reference  I  I  I  I  1  I  I  I  I  Tyee Airways Ltd.  West Porpoise Bay Rd.,  Sechelt, B.C. 885-2214  3rd of July and staying at Madeira Mnrlna   Sept, 10.  and Ernlo and May Wldman'sr"���" Dear Readers:   Thanks for asking  RC LEGION DANCE        v   ; whore lost week's column was, glad you  ,w,Thoro,will boa daneo at tho RGLoglon-eiiJoy.it. My thumb got In theway of a car-  Br.' 112 on July 1 In tho oyenlng with no   door and a cash register.  VANCOUVER HARBOUR  INCLUDES OI08ON8, PORT MELLON  AMoNABCnEEK      |  DAILY  EXCEpT.$UNDAYS& HOLIDAYS-  Flight  no.  admission charged. Music MM be by Jack  Bourne and his three piece band, which  playfl music for everyone.] A good turnout  moons dances moro oftori/whlcH evoryono  lias been asking for. Sandflies will bo  avallablo at Uio bar.    A <       ,��      p>    -,  ED McNAI^LY        ...... ...',.....-,   Ed Mctynlly was fdund dead In his  homo at Ruby Lako Tuesday morning  Juno 13 at the ago of U. He was born in  Alborta and moved to Ruby Lpko 10 yonra  ago, loving Uio tranquility aiid splendour  of this beautlfyl lake aron. Ho Jins two sons  Chris and Drew! Chris is In tho Armed  Forces iii Victoria and hip birothor toys  with him. On July 15 It woul<l hnvo Won   Ed^DTHIuInyr^irT--77 ���~~   HOSPITAL        "'-���������  Tom Myors wris In Intensive Cnro Unit  at Powoll Rlvor Hospital last'week, camo  homo and then was Jn St, Mrtry,'ft JIosplUiK  Ilo Is still, taking tests hmjl Is homo again.  COMMUNITY CLUB MINGO.'     ���.,  ThOhJ^wM bo aspccinrniolldny nfflgb' -*  Juno 20 .which Iflthpfregular Thursday  ovonlng, Thoro Will betfluwfldO games,  ,___., ���. t. .  ����� ���     ��������� t  RUMOURS  Heard through tho grapevine that the  go ahead lias boon given for work to bo  started on Andorson Creek to croato a  salmon spawning area. Hoard that the^  Qucon of tho Islands will bo arriving  around Juno,20th,.��  .101,  103  105  107  109*  111  113  Departs  Sechelt  7:00 a.m.  7:45 n,m,  9:45 a.m.  11:45 a,m,  ���i!4B"p:mr  3:46 p,m,  0:46 p.m,  Fiioht  No,  102 x ���  104 ft*  lOOx*  108* *���  112 $���  114 D  Doparta  Van. Hbr.  SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS  107  111  113  11i45 a,m,  3:46 p,m,  6:45 p.m.  lOBtt*  112 ������ |  114 D  PENDER HARBOUR  INCLUDES THORMANBV A NEUON IBLANOa,  ^"efl^wNT^woBV��NOf|^Kll^(AW',tA'Ke��''"''^,"   "��� "  DAILY  EXCEPT SUNDA YS&_HOLIDA YS  FHflhT  No.  600 #��o  602 ��HO  604#��o  600 #M  SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS  Shop Canadian  ���. 'J'i'i   1H6 p.m,        604  8116 [>,m,        606  fl:iB p.m,  LEGEND  �� CQNNIOTS WITH MDMIT ��'jlft|ll�� INUTI  - * wwrnffrimirroiwin^  y> onWrtihf *'*WiVW vaNoouv���� ^Ti��(��obf * ���  n DQNNtDTI WITH ttHOtn m THORHANIY ONU  X DINISMIHVim 10 HflNItT  7(30 ��,m,  0:30 n,m,  10:30 a.m,  12:30 ,p.ftv  2:30 p,m,  4:30 p,m,  7:30 p.m,  12130 p,m,  4:30 p,m,  7i30 p,m,  Departs  Pen, Hbr,  7;��|Sa.m,  11H6 a,m,  3H9 p,m  61.19 Viiriy  OAfl RENTALS ARE AVAILABLE  AT ALL SOHEDULED TERMINALS,  ASK YOUR AQENTFOR PARTICULARS  3H6 p,m,  onpp.rn,  NANAIMO  ��������� DAILY .-���  EXCEPT SUNDA YS S, HOLIDA YB  TflafiT  ...No..,  801  203  206  207  Deparla  Socholi  a 116 a,m,  11:48 ��,m,  3:46 p,m,  o;aop,m,  !^Jy.y,^i^  ' Wx'^f'"  ' 3:46 p,m,  ' 0:30 p.m.  Plight  _No^_  202*4*  204 ��1��  BOO It  200 i)  Departs  Nanaimo  Bi48 a.m.  12i46 p,m,  4:30 p,m,  4:30 p.m.  7)00 pun;1'  TERMINAL lOCATIONS  ..I VANCOUVER HARBOUR  FT, CARRAU. aT.. 0)ASTOWN  vancouver airport"*"���'*"""  west coast air s^aplang1 dock  TnanXwo'" ���"���������>  AIR WEST AingNEB, BEHINP DU8 DpPOT  POWRIU RIVER       ,.  <��owebi^n^��pB^y^f<B'-ftoen-  ' "'"t��Efii)fePi^AflaouR��  tAYUORSQARPtN WAV STORE- .  MADBlhA MARINA  mmm  PoWallRlVar  RESERVATIONS MJSTPE MADE  AT LEAST TWq HOURS PRIOR TO  PUBLISHED PQPARTURE TIMESm^  tims^mdfi  "if  ���h;y  ������-  ������4f4\-.j,..kk'^kA  . !ttu^l*#mm��m** ww# ^* ^iwt^Hwswww. vi-j-^w^^*-"*-* h��>*we ^te^^u^^aw^ tw^********** *����� *t* "** �����*"��M��i"wte'��"' ***"*�� f A*' j"��**p  ^sw**#** "���*��"��?p*^*w��*j  # ��* t*f*jww*rt* ���*��'>yv*fv*�� *V"��Jpw  J1'  \    I -\-r-  y  Fire halls play  ?s mysftffflr  - The firstfiill-scale mutual f ire.practic-  was held last Wednesday on the peninsula.  Units from Pender Harbour, Halfmoon  Bay, Sechelt, Roberts Creek and Gibsons  participated in a serious game of musical  fire trucks.  In the past there have been numerous  occasions when, departments on the coast  have helped each other, and in doing so  they have left their own districts under  protected.' By the proper displacement of  the equipment Available, it is hoped to  minimize this area of potential'risk, while  at the same time allows the departments-,  to lend assistance'when and how it is  needed. ._    ,  A���-   PRch-lftT* ^  H��t|>B*ttl/h Columbia Beautiful  ���y��>��gjh  TWO PERSONS were reported injured iatfus one-car accident about 2  ��� ,a.m.^Mst Saturday on Highway ,101  near Halfmoon Bay. Pender Harbour  /residents Rory Popp andl Karen  Morrison       were       reportedly  hospitalized with minor injuries. The  driver, Lance Winchester of Sechelt,  was charged by police with impaired  driving and driving with a blood  alcohol ratio over .08. He was not  injured in'the accident.  S*  .A  /  A  A  s���~ -^ ; ���-j- >  The PeninsulhHi+neb  < Section B Wednesday, June 28,1978 Pages 1-8 .  Court news  Judge orders 100 hours  for courtroom absence  Gene Ivan Silvey was found guilty^of  failing to appear in court andwas, given a  one year suspended senjenca,June 21 in  provincial courts    '"   y  Judge J.S.P. Johnsoh'also ordered the  19-year-old Egmont man to do 100 hours  " community- wofkTservice.  "Get off your behind, do something and  get moving," the judge told Silvey after he  testified that he had made a reasonable  effort to get tp court.  Silvey was due to appear in" court  February 22 to faije charges,, but failed'to'  appear, he told' the cSurt, because he was  stranded in Vancouver without any  money.  Silvey had left the peninsula the night  of February 19 to visit relatives in Pen-  ticton and experienced .car troubles in  Cache Creek on the way home February  21, he said.  He tpld the judge that he had spent all  his money, for a new alternator for the car  and by the time he reached Vancouver was  too broke^tojake the ferry home.  Bob Bellows> appearing on behalf of  Silvey, told the judge that "in his mind!?' he  had made a reasonable effort to return to  the peninsula in time for hiscqurt ap-  Pitch-lnlB  British Columbia  Beautiful  pearance.  "I guess ypu call this the unavoidable  expense defence," said Bellows.  The judge, however, pointed to Silvey's,  " "reckless, lethargic attitude" and said the'  trip to  Penticton 'was an  "ambitious  ~ mission"~for such~ashoft"peri53f' of timeT  "He hasn't shown any serious attempt  to be in court," said Johnson "and I don't  find his excuse reasonable.     [',  In an unrelated case, a 22-year-old  Gibsons man was sentenced to 30 days in  ,..ja|l.a%F, pleading guilty b%pmyag ,wfiileV  having a- blood alcohol level'pVer .0d. per  cent.  James Wayne Peterson was caught by  police doing 75 kilometres per hour in a 50-  zone near Twin Creek Lumber March 28 in  Gibsons. Peterson told police at the time  that he "was drunk but not unpaired." He  produced a breath test of .18.  Peterson's defence counsel told the-;  judge tliat he had quit nVinking completely  and is unable to work because he was  injured by an impaired driver in an  automobile accident.  Peterson will serve his 30 days intermittently at the Sechelt lock-up on  Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.  Richard Joseph Mansfield and Mark  Edwin Harrison pleaded guilty to being  minors'unlawfully in licenced premises.  The-18-year-old Mansfield was fined  $100 forthwith. Harrison, however^ was  given a one year suspended sentence and  was ordered to do 100 hours community  work service as it was a second offence for  the 17-year-old youth.  At Wednesday's-practice, a pumper  truck from Halfmoon Bay and a tanker  truck from Roberts Creek were called to  Sechelt. At the same time, units from  Gibsons and Madeira Park moved in  Roberts Creek to cover for the,equipment  sent to Sechelt.   There will be more such exercises in  the future, along with weekly practices  that each of the individual departments  hold. Volunteers are still needed in  Roberts Creek and Halfmoon Bay: Contact  your local hall for more information. <���  $18,500 needed for centre  The Sunshine Coast Arts Council last mission which the 'council takes from the  week released a progress report on con- sale of arts and crafts at its present  struction of the organization's art centre in Whitaker House location barely covers  Sechelt indicating that almost $38,000 has>ent, utilities and other costs for main-  thus far been spent on the facility and that taining the house,  an estimated $18,500 will be required for He described the arts council's  completion., ' "' philosophy with regard to the new centre  The monies thus far expended include a   as "pay as you go" and said the society  $28,568 Canada Work��labour'granf,"$3,500~ had been "carefuFhdt toiheur any debtsor"  donated throughthe arts council and $5.861   encumberanceg_in _the_construction   in~ donated- materials and services bv       He said the arts council had hoped to  remain in Whitaker House until completion of the new center, but a recent rent  increase by owner Hayden Killam from  $300 to $400 per month makes that a  questionable plan.  J "We'll be okay over the summer," he  said, "but once summer is over we'll  probably have to give notice. We just can't  afford $400, especially on top of things like  higher heating bills."  The arts council has ben ba^sed in  Whitaker House since 1974. Prior to that  year the society had an outlet in the Credit  Union building in Sechelt for the sale and  display4 of locallyrproduced arts and  crafts.   The new arts centre is included in the  of time' went proposed regional recreation referendum  for an annual sum of $1,000 to cover an  operating deficit. No funds are being  sought for construction.  Wilson Creek  Potluck picnic  The Wilson Creek Community Centre is  sponsoring an "End of School" potluck  picnic June-29 at 6- p.m- at 'Brookman-  Park.  ^  Bring���along a favorite.summer,dish. __  Coffee, tea, milk arid juice will pe provided  at a nominal cost. i  Musicians and entertainers are invited  toperforrh after dinner and children arid  parents may further entertain themselves  on the play equipment and trails at the  park.   . .;.;,, ,  ,.,, In the event of rain the picnic will be.  hold at the Wilson Creek Community Hall.  materials and services by  various individuals.  Work' on the project is now stalled  following expiration of the Canada Works  grant last month.  The presently estimated final cost of  $56,500 is about 87 per cent higher than the  $30,000 original estimate by project  manager and arts council Vice President  Clark Steabner.  Steabner told the Times that the  primary reason for the inflated cost was  the emphasis of the Canada Works grant  on training unskilled persons to operate a  sawmill and learn log construction. The  job creation program employed five  persons for various lengths of time at the  rate of $3.60 per hour;   "An incredible amount  into just teaching people how to run the  sawmill, and I suppose that has some  benefit to the community outside ;the  project," he said. "But I still believe that if  . somebody just'handed;me^0,Qg0,.I,QO)il(3L.���J  buildMt,for that amount/';  The arts council has an $18,500 grant  request, sponsored by the Village of  Sechelt, pending -ytith the -Ministry.. of_  Recreation. The request is through the  provincial Recreational Facilities Fund  which contributes one-third funding for  designated recreation projects.    ^~\  Sechelt has leased the arts Council "a  portion of the village's public works yard  at the corner of Medusa and Trail Bay at'  the rate of $1 per year for Construction of  the one-storey log building.  iSteabner said the arts ���council's contribution to the project has beep raised'  through   a   combination  of' private  donations, flea markets, garage sales and  a crafts fair. He said a 20 per cent com-  Create an elegant dining  room in just a fewhours, with, .vj  aim  EMBOSSED TRADITIONAL PANELLING  Buckingham is a superb reproduction of classical, European-  style panelling. The large, 4x8  panels go up quickly and easily  ���over open framing or existing  walls.  ��� Prefinished in rich,  mahogany brown.  D Highly-resistant to scuffs,  .   dents and scratches.  D Won't scjack, check, pr  splinter.  ��� Won't fade or darken with  age.    D Non-porous surface wipes-  clean with a damp cloth.  ��� Design trims, neatly over,  doors.  D Installs with nails or   contact cement. T...   . ...  ��� Repaintable, if you favor  colored, formal panelling.  GUARANTEED!       /TTN  FLAME-SPREAD     (U|   )  ^TEDlJi-    aAaa,V* L>  r  Building  Materials  SUPPLIES LTD.  886-8141  Port Mellon Industries  WE'RE  OPEN  SAT. & SUN.  July 1st & 2nd  for the  DOGFISH DERBY  HERON  mh        Jean  Shop  ��f/te6  ���"��� \        .f  1500 Cower Point Rd.  1 " Gibsons    ~ "."  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Phone (403) 265-  7236r- -~= -. -*-���-= ^4940-32-  Personal  PXAN TO attend Princeton  e Racing Days, July 7th and  8th. Par-mutuel betting. TWO  big days of Horse Racing at  Princeton's Sunflower Downs  Racetrack.   ��� 4948-31  i   ' ;   Obituary  PAYNE: Mrs. Elizabeth  ) Payne, late of Burlington,  Ontario, passed away on June  l'6. She,was predeceased by  her husband, survived by  three daughters, Lillian (Mrs.  J. Maxwell of Gambier  Island), Doris (Mrs. V. Riccu,  Burlington, Ontario) and  Bette (Mrs/W. Reynolds of  Gambier Island), seven  'grandchildren and six greatgrandchildren.   4938-31  In Memoriam  TALL, SLIM, well-groomed  middle-aged gent, tired of  being, alone, wishes companionship of gal 48-55 interested in travelling and  enjoying life. Prefer someone  feminine and not the drip-dry  polyester pantsuiter. Snap  appreciated.' Replies  respected in strictest confidence. Box 310-M, Sechelt.  4959-3:  PHOTOGRAPHS published in  The Peninsula Times eanW-  -orderedJorvour own use at  The Times office.       1473-tfir  COME IN TO J&C Electronics  for your free Radio Shack  catalogue. 1327-tfn  ALCOHOLICS anonymous  meetings 8:30 p.m. every  Wednesday, Madeira Park  Community Hall. 883-9260 or  883-9238. 4452-TFN  RAGING CRANE  CONSTUCTION  Framing and renovations  Free RRAP estimates.  885-5677 eves  or 885-5055 eves.  4334-tfn  Help Wanted   '  lMATURE STUDENTSJiEarn  $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 Delivery, Station 'R',  Kelowna, B.C. V1X4K3. 4670-  tfn   2 HRS. A DAY - $200 a month  , fcommision plus prizes. For  details writer Fuller Brush,  Box 108,207 West Hastings St.,  Vancouver V6B1H7, or Mr. T.  Diamond, RR 3, Kamloops,  B.C.V2C5K1.     I   -   4227-tfn  LEGAL SECRETARY  required. Legal and-or  bookkeeping experience  preferred. Write with resume  Bojf 1250, Sechelt. 4507-tf  RAISE EARTHWORMS.  Growers needed. Buy-back  contract provides year-round  market. High profit potential.  Full or part-time. Write Bait  Barn Worm Farms, 253  Harbours-Aver,;- NortlwVan--  couver, B.C. V7J 2E8, or call  986-1033t   ROBERTS CREEK - Small 2  bdrm,   fireplace,   washer,  dryer, stove,~ fridge, $225 per  vrao. 886- 9679 (not Tues. &  Wed.). 4970-31  ���2 BDRM APT. Gibsons. Stove,  '    fridge,   wall-to-wall,   elec.  heat, $250 per mon. 926-6609.  4966-33  -WATERFRONT-  home:  Lovely furn. 3 bdiim with  FP, studio & garaged Avail.  immed. Middle Point area.  883-2480.       - 4962-31  Wanted to Rent  URGENTLY REQUIRE 2 or 3  bdrm house or suite by  single parent & 2 boys in  Gibsons area. Refs. avail. Call  collect (112) 985-9877.    4825-31  WANT TO rent, or rent to own,  Gibsons-Sechelt area. 2 or 3  bdrm home for couple with 2  children, for Sept. I1. Write B.  Holmes, 1153 Vidal, White  Rock. B.C. 4918-33  Real Estate  174  ACRES, view,  creek.  Spring Valley Farm, Powell  River, V8A4Z2. 5495-tfn  BUY NOW. Large 3 bdrm  home in Village of Sechelt -  ensuite,.2 fireplaces, dining  room, cedar feature walls.full  ,�����,���,    basement, view. Ph. 885-  4941-31���3675; : : ffn-  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  ,     '; J   BEAUTIFUL ocean view sites  - iri: v Lannon  Creek  Mobile  Home Park. 20 miles from t  Victoria. Write D. McClimon,'  2395 Dixon Road, RR 1 Sooke,  B.C. V0S1N0. Phone 642-5486.  _% : 4939-31  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  TENT-TOP, travel trailer  -  sleeps 4 - for rent by the  week. Ph. 885-2944.   -   4935-33  Cars and Trucks __-.-_-  Work Wanted  JOURNEYMAN   Shipwrite  seeks  work.  Exp.  in  all  .aspects boatbuilding;   house  carpentry & cabinet work.  Reliable worker, reas. rates.  For free est. & professional  job call Allan May, 885-5765.  _     .. 4578-tfn  WHAT DO YOU EXPECT  FROM A TREE SERVICE?  IN LOVING, memory of our   ���Experienced, insured work?  alway in his 22nd year, July 2,  1971.  "Wonderful memories woven  in gold  These are the memories we  -tenderly hold.  Deep   in   our   hearts   his  memory is kept  To love, to cherish" and never  forget..  -Fair- estimates?  Then give us a call:  PEERLESS  TREE SERVICES LTD.  88M109       75Mftl  ���    Dearly    loved    and  remembered always, Mom,  Dad and brothers.       4913-31  Personal  DONATIONS TO the  Canadian Cancer Society  are gratefully acknowledged  and will be devoted solely to  cancer research. Donations  should be addressed to the  Canadian Cancer Society, c-oy  Mrs, A.J. Hatcher, Madeira  Park. Cards are sent to the  bereaved and receipts' for  , income tax purposes are sent  tothedonors.      '       4968-31  For Quick Results  Use Times Adbriefs I  I-  I  I  I  THUNDERPAINTING     -  residential, commercial ���  -Free-estimates,-best-prices.  ���'Ph.885^0Ji.j ������,(���'",���:   4784-34  ;    ULTRA DECK  byTrodan  "The ultimate in fiberglass  sundecks'',  888i2953  X 4487-tf  ��� ���'  ���������������  :pp'/p'p.ppppp. ���''.-��� - ���    '    ���������������  qi^PP CONCRETE  /Placing und Finishing  All Types of Concrete Work  Patios, Floors, Foundations  Driveways, Custom Work  Prompt Service      .  Free Estimates  Box 1341 Sechelt  885-2125  4429-tf  "1  I  I  I  I  I   I  I  I  ���I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  "'!  "T"  ��� I  I  DISTRIBUTORSHIPS *  available for solid ��� brass  products. Sell retail or  wholesale. "$500 investment  -secured by inventory. Starts  you making big- $$$. For information phone Duncan .7.48-  - 2437 evenings. 4949-31  AD MANAGER required by  progressive morning  weekly averaging 28 metro  pages. Must be bright, alert  and eager to work hard along  with very capable ad 'sales  rep. Basic salary, commission  on dept's gross sales, and -  added inventives. Compensation range $15,000 to  $18,000. We -have concrete  growth plans. Help make  them happen and be rewarded  accordingly.' Located on  Columbia River. Excellent  working conditions,.first rate  *,staff, booming city. lGood  .^recreational facilities and  'regional college. Send samples, resume ��� and  remuneration history to: Burt  Campbell, Publisher,  Castlegar News, Box 3007,  Castelgar, B'.C. V1N 3H4.  Phone ��� office 365-7266; or_  4> home 365-5834.  4957-31  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  3 lines for $2.15  Run your ad 3 times for the price off 2.  Print your ad In th* iquarm, B* ��ur�� to Imvs a blank ��pac�� olt��r ���ath  word.  Thra* lln����U $2.15, Each oddlllonal lint Ii 60c.  Tak* advantage of our ip��clat Mvlnfl*.:,  ��� Run your ad twIcV���lh*Third tlm* HTML  * ll you pay lor your ad th* Saturday b*for* publication you g*t a  discount ���2 flc lor 11niortlon ��� SQc I ar 3.. >  Mall til your ad, or drop It otli  In $*chf(t at th* r*nlniula Tlmo Otllc*  w.������,,ln Olbiont ,rt the ArlwlHS��Tree.^>^Ji^��^��w,..w��iwMVw������-<����w��.  The Peninsula Times Classifieds !  n;�����  JBQYS,  GIRLS  or  retired  /peopleTto delivery Van- ~  couver Sun. Requires ^ - i hr.  per day. Call collect 732-2327  ��� message for R. Gee. 49^5-33   '������i,  . llC.'.'  For Rent  FOR RENT:   Wilson Creek  Community Hall.  Contact  Bonnie Wigard at 885-9403.  3691-tfn  LARGE   ; HOUSEKEEPING  rooms. Weekly or monthly.  Ph. 885-3295 or 886-2542. .4158-  tfn .   .  I  I   r��� '������������������������������������ .1   i^n,.!.��� ���������I��*m~mm������.���  LARGE new 2 bdrm in sunny  suburban  Halfmoon  Bay.  Elec. heat, w-w, carport. Ph.  321-0880,5-9 p.m, weekdays.  4884-32  wWp&SCHELT.lgc. unfurn.  one bdrm self-con. suite.  Single, non-smoker pref. $160.  Avail. July 1.885-2451. 4891-32  ."������������������ii.-imiiii���.ii i���. ..ii in   i n if,i-..���.,���,������,.,,-...������..  MOBILE HOME space, near  ocean on, full lot. $75 per  mon, Ph) 926^1024,        4864-32  NEW 3 BEDROOM, home, %  acre vlow lot, Gibsons. Ph.  563-8502. ,   4862-tfn  2 BDRM SUITE. W-w carpet,  FP, ocean viow. $250 per  mo., util. Incl. 886-2767. 4923-31  SMALL 2 BDRM cottago. 883-  ���"���,9923f;M*^^^^  2-YEAR-OLD   cottago,   $189  por month. 926-1024. 4924-tfn  URGE ONE bdrm house,  $225   per   mo.   Seaside  Village. 885-2991. 4029-31  w,i-w..������iM-m i ��� r-���- ���������- '���'���������������������������������  SHARED     accommodation,  ^���iM'-pef'-moriyew-'oedar"  homo, W. Sochelt. 885-2991 or  885-5750. 4930-31  SUITE FOR rent, central  Socholt, Lang Block. 3  bdrm, stove, frldgo, carport,  $272 monthly. Phono 885-9306  evenings. 4932-31  VILLAGE BUNGALOW.  3  * bdrm, large stone fireplace,'  shake roof, quality "kitchen  cabinets, lots of - storage  closets. Phone owner at 885-  2991 or call by 13311 Pebble  Crescent. 4823-31  FOR SALE in Wilson Creek  area. New 3 bdrm 1,100 sq.  ft. house with full bsmt,  double plumbing, standing  fireplace, sundeck, carport,  beautiful vie'w. Asking $53,500.  By owner. Ph 885-3773.4886-tfn  9.5 ACRES with new 3 bdrm  ranch-style homef Ph. 883-  9795. * 4898-32  i  CHASTER RD., lot 67'x 123'  partly cleared, ready for  building, close to school.  $10,000. Ph. 886-9884. Pratt  Rd., large lot, 76'x 125',  cleared-and "in--fruit-trees.-  $125500. ��1^886-2155.. 4969-31  _iu '.���..���j, ?,;���-..-.:���^i_.  ��� SEMI-WF beach access. Has  cedar cottage, FP,  workshop. Paid up lease to  1994. FP $21,000, offers. 54  Mission Rd. 886-9378.    4937-33  FIVE 10-acre lots and one 30-  acre lot at Clearwater:  -$19,00(Q.toJ30,000i 20.pct.down^  on approved' credit. Contact  Time Realty Corporation,  Kamloops. Phone 374-0815,  ,      '      '...;'.' 4942-31  7300 SQUARE FOOT factory  building, three houses,  assorted buildings i On 1? lots,  2.24 acres on Canadian Pacific  tracks in the Kootenays.  $65,000. Will trade. Time  -Realty, Kamloops, Phone 374-  0815.   , ,  4944-31  RESIDENTIAL building lots,  fully serviced. Close to,  town. Lowest priced lots in the  area. Phone collect 498-2535  days, or write Box 730, Oliver,  , B.C. VOH1T0. ,     4954-31  VILLAGE OF Sechelt arena  area.' 16 lot S-D potential  330' x 660' road at elther.end.  Power & water at edge of  prop. Open to offers on $69,000.  885-3101. 4922-33  75 x 145   treed   lot,   $12,000.  -^4- FORD-F-250-Greweab-369-  V8 4 spd, ps, pb. Thoroughly  reconditioned, $3,650 obo.(112)  224-5650. Will deliver.  4835-31  13'  MADILL DOZER  boat.'  Complete   'overhaul^ -  drivetrain arid electrics. New  bottom. $7,500:885:2924,' 4895-  32.      ''";'   \ i- ''v "   -   ,'  26' THUNDERBIRD sahboat.,  New main,' engine, $6,200  obo. 885-29241 "4896-32  �� -^^'_       , -    -    -  2i' FIBRERFORM, 233 Merc  cruiser,  trim tabs;  fresh  water cooling, head, $10,000.  885-2924.' .,-4894-32  26"FT. REINELL sailboat. 3  sails,    trailer,.    15-   hp  Evinrude. $9,900.886-9984.-  .  4967-tfn  17' CALIF. SKI boat - rebuilt  Chev. power. Trailer. $3,500.  885-2732. "'.  '' -        ... 4964-33  '71 REINELL" 19' hardtop.  Rebuilt 85 hp Johnson OB. _  Camper type canvas. Extra  canvas top. E-Z Loader  trailer. Sleeper seats. Anchor.  Pkg only $3,750.886-3403 aft. 6.  .     4921-33  ��� 28' SLOOP "Wits End'r, sleeps  4,  inbd  auxiliary,  $5,500.  Moored at Smitty's Marina.  886-9428. ���?    4931-33  17*  FOW  skiboat, 40 hp &  trailer, $1,000.885-3947. 4905-  31 .     1  ._ Livestock...  _.r,.__,  CERTIFIED  Farrier,  Hans  FORD  9846.  COMET,  $2,000.  885-  4885-32  Norvan Rd. W. Sechelt. Also  lge, partially cleared lotv  Pebble   Cres.   cul-do-sac.  $11,900.085-2991 or 885-5750..  ,4928-33  EGMONT. \��. acres WF.  Crown lca,se ($100 per yr.} 2  bdrm cottage, Power avail.  Wotor access only, $10,500.  803-9200 or 883-9060.      4907-33  Business Opportunity  WEEKLY NEWSPAPER  circulating In farming  perimeter of Pralrlo city.  Grossing $85,000 with"  potential for doubling. Ideal  for couple. For sole or for  lease, For further Information  write E, Neufcld, Weyburn  Review; . PO Bdr 400,  Woyburn,Sosk,S4H2K4. 4943-  31  THRIVING MOTEL business  on Highway 09, Just one hour  from Vancouver. Excollont  Investment or family  business..$125,000 full prlco,  Phono 092-3737 or write Box  '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.   v 4857-32  '28MODEL A Street Rod. New  Hi-Perf 327. Needs paint.  $3,000,883-2732. 4965-33  1970 CHEV. Caprice (top line)  ps, pb, pw, clean,  many  extras, $1,200. Phone 885-3908.  4936-31l  ,   ���        , v,             f  ���HIGHEST BID will purchase*  * 1973   Courier   PU,   as   is,-  where is. Village of Sechelt.  885-2043. 4960-31  *69 VW VAN. reblt. engine.  Pop-up top. Camperized,  $2,000.886-9137. 4917-33  '71 MGB, ,exc." "cond.. White  ���A, with black- interior,-,$2,200  obo. 886-7568 or 112-980-9651.  4925-31  '70 TOYOTA Corolla, still runs  after   134,000  miles.   Best  offer. 885-3621.' . 4933-31  '71  MAZDA  1800  pickup.  6  radial. 28,000 mi. Exc. cond.  $1,500,883-2755. 4910-31  Boats and Engines  35* LIV ABOARD, water,  ,,stove, CB, large deck,  beautifully finished, $4500  OBO or swap for smaller glass  boat. Randy 886-8082 after 5  p.m. 4852-32  24 FT. CRUISER,  inboard-  outboardtlB, sCand-up head,  dinghy. PH. 886-9882.    4849-32  18'zV STARCRAFT V6 Buick,  OMC leg, fwc, 4 wheel tilt  trailer. 88>2997 or Radcllffe  Rd., Selma Park.        4481-33  SURFER24  Sedan Cruiser and   1  Command Bridge models,.  1      Pleasure and  Commercial.  I   Superior Construction  ond Performance.  Completed Boats  or Kits,  B.Ci Built frtr  .��..��.�������.l.��.,,.B��C,1'Conditions ,���������*��'�����'--'"���'*-"-  FACTORY TO YOU  ���������; ' :'SAVE$$$$���  SURFER MARINE  (1977) LTD,  C7fl Andorton Rd.,  COMOX ,,  339-5733 clays  338-0632 oves.  &8W-tf-  H&BnOATBUlLDING  27 ft. Hnll,  & Deck Kit  9 ft. Dinghies  Reliable   company  relocated  in  Gnrd<  H?S^^^^Jp.-lHtaJ��.t_��W,ISqMaraiBb,B.C..y0N3O0.  Quality  rates,  icn  R6f; $325; Gordoni Agencies.  885-201.1 or 886-9305.      4034-3.1  4945-31  Berger is coming to Coast.  Contact Sunshine Farm. 898-  3751. 994-tfn  TEAM PERCHERON  geldings. Weill broke to  farming, logging. With harness $1,675. Norwegian Fjord  horse geldings, 9 years $495.  Registered Nubian Spring  bucks $75. Phone J 447-6682,  Christina Lake, B.C.    4955-31  2 YEARLING Apaloosa colts.  Exc. quality. Sire Top Backfire. 885-9418, enquiries." 4908-  33  Machinery.:   ~     ~  D 4 CATERPILLER! tractor.  Good running order, with  extra brunch blade. 885-9087.    4958-33  D-7 3-T CATERPILLAR,  ���? $8,500. TD 9 IHC $3,500. 667  CSarfc Grapple*" lineolcomb."  $55,000.1971 GMC Astro 95. 13  speed Road Ranger 38 Bogies-  1000 - 20 rubber, $10,000. 1977  Ford 4x4 $5,000. 1973 Chev  350 automatic $1,5000. 45 ft.  HiBoy $2,000. B 61 Mack parts  only. Some Crawler parts.  Phone Bill Smith, 992-8201.  -   -���        4946-31  BAR-SIZE FRIDGE, wood  grain finish, good cond. $50.  Large oil heater, works well,  $25. Ph. 885-9288.   ,      4840-32-  DOORST. B.C.'s Lowest  Prices! Pre-hung Interior  $14.90; pre-hung Exterior $32; ���  fancy doors $39. Huge stock!  Walker's: Phone 266-7211, (1366  -SW,Marine Drive, Vancouver  V6P5Z9; 4947-31  "CHINABOARD". Tough,  hygienic, -waterproof wall-  liner for milking parlors, food  plants, sanitary areas, truck -  lining, etc. NUFAB Construction Services & Supply,  22470 Fraser Highway,  Ungley 3VA 4P6, phone 530-  6201. ���  '4951-31  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  G.E. STOVE Deluxe, as new,  $250. Utility trailer, metal  box, vintage. Ph. 886-7870.  4783-31  PRE-FAB Buildings. Barns,  " storage, playhouses,  greenhouses, guest" rooms,"  garages. Anything and  "TCvFrythiniH~tAssembie-in-  ' minutes). NUFAB Construction Services & Supply,  22470 Fraser Highway,  Langley, B.C. V3A 4P6. Phone  530-6201. 4956-31  BABY CRIB, spring & mattress,   good   cond.,   $25.  Timber 8" x 12" x 24', $25.  885-2886. 4914-31   & .    SHORT      SHAG      carpet  12'x20'; teak coffee table;  tri-light table lamp; mirror,  etc. 886-9029. 4916-31  GARAGE SALE. Birdcage,  radios, _ all.. types of  household articles & clothing.  Some tools. Sale starts 10 a.m.  July 8 - ends when stuff is  gone. Ponderosa Pines Trailer  Park, Wilson Creek.     4926-32  MICK HENRY  PRESENTSA  iOa.m. ,   \  Saturday, July 8  ROBERTSCREEK  4912-32  Legal Notices  Pets  '     No. C782218  -Vancouver Registry  FREE KITTENS.  2454.  Phone 885-  4814-31  IN THE 7"  SUPREME COURT  OF BRITISH  .'COLUMBIA  REGISTERED, standard  Schauzers, salt and pepper,  show quality, excellent family  pets. Phone, 832-7770 or write  J. Cummins, Box 1459, Salmon  Arm,B.C.V0E2T0.    v 4950-31  ���u  Lost  STEREO.- VIEW    Master  camera with light brown  case, on Sunshine Coast". Ph,  588-9380 (collect). ���      4812-31  12' FIBEJRLAS Hourston boat.  White with 2 small patches.  Lost'from Roberts Creek. 885-  5396.        .        ���    'r     4909-31  Wanted to Buy  WANTED - Used head for 110  HP Inboard-outboard Volvo  Marino motor. Ph 886-8039 or  806-2013. 4870-32  For Sale"  GARDEN BAY - h duplox for  rent - furnished, for Jul;  LINK HARDWARE In Oliver.  Annual,  ,   gross       up-  ���--    ��� 1 .-. -~y    proximately $200^000,   ap-  '^laWmT't^m"l^l^lij^xiFywiili^'J^ ��� ������'Tj    ���^'"tl^ft^   "T*^f"*a"*jr *Pw,,��M"-^lrc#Sip-fc��^^  collcct-498-2535 orivrltc Box  730, O|lvor, B.C, VOH 1T0.  ,,   v     '     ''....^-r.i.,1 40fft.11  nowly  Bay,  repair.   Reasonable   ��� -003-0307- -  eyes: 883-0301   ,  4<tiM)-33  IX)OKING for a Rock & Roll  Band? Horizon ls available,  best prlco on the Coast. 885-  2815. 4501-tf  CHILDRENS, maternity and  ladles    clothing,    good  hiialityr'N6W &h6Winor*r  Encore Boutiquo, 2445 Marine  Dr., W,-VancouYcr, J22-202Q,;.  Tucs-Snt, 10-5, closed Mon,  4141-tf  ONE SEARS LT 10 elec sturt'  Inwnmowcr & trailer. Exc  shape, $900.8867383.      46^-tf  WE sell new ana wm office  furnlturo, filing cablnots,  desks, tables, chairs .-etc. Wo  also purchase good usod  furnishings. Phillips Capital  leasing, 10673 Goorgo. Highway, Surrey, B.C. V3T 2X0.  Phone 588-0411, 4800-32  . *���������������)���>���������� 1 mum 11* .i-Mim-w.������ii.iw.ihw'"��iWW"**������ i  FISHER woodburnlng stove  ..wlthihe.lO.ycar-guarantee,  can bo seen at Radio Shock, J  &C Electronics.        4855-tm  BEAUTIFUL wedding dress,  size 8, with train, headdress  BETWEEN: .  GLENMONT-  HOLDINGS LTD.      ,  PETITIONER  :AND:'.''p "'!''"  BRUCE STANLEY  i CHARTERAND  RESPONDENT  TO: BRUCE  STANLEY CHARTBRAND  TAKE. NOTICE that, Glenmont Holdings Ltd., the  above-named Petitioner, has  Issued a Petition in the  Supreme Court of British  Columbia for a declaration  that you are ln default under  an 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  ,$5,198.15 plus interest from  and including April 1,1978 and  costs; an Order that the  redemption period be three  (3) months: an Order for  cancellation of the Agreement  for Sale: Judgment against  you for tho aforesaid amount:  and an Order for possession of  tho lands.  LENOX ELECTRIC furnace.  As new, cable & pipes incl.  886-9275 Sat. & Sun.     ��� 4963-33  Legal Notices  ������������.���,.-��� . -t^-��� ������-�����-. l�� II���      -.-I   ���    I       ���   Province of       ' ,  . British Columbia  Ministry of Forests  Reforestation Division   / notice of  \ juvenile  spacing Contract  SEALED TENDERS for the  following juvenile spacing  contract will be received by  the District Forester, British  Columbia Forest Service, 355  Burrard Street, Vancouver,  B.C., on the date shown'below.  1. Contract ST 92G12-25 JS  Located Haslam Creek.  Ranger District Sechelt No.. 7  On .95.7 hectares. Viewing  Date July 4, 1978, leaving  Ranger Station at 10 a.m.  NOTE: Viewing of this site  prior to submitting a tender  for this contract is mandatory.       ':  Deadline for receipt of tenders  is 15:30 July 7, 1978. "  Tenders must be submitted on  the form and in the envelopes  supplied which, with particulars, may be obtained  from the Forest. Ranger<s)  indicated, or from the District  Forester, 355 Burrard Street,  -Vancouver, B.G.^.- _ ���  The lowest or any tender will  -not-necessarily_Jie_accepted,  4961-Pub. SPT June 28t 1978.  Province of  I      British Columbia  Ministry of Forests  Reforestation Division  NOTICE OF  HEBICIDE  TREATMENT CONTRACT  SEALED TENDERS for the  following herbicide treatment  contract will be received by  the District Forester, British  Columbia Forest Service, 355  Burrard Street, Vancouver,  - B.C., on the date shown below.  1. Contract ST 92G13-2 BR,  located Tzonnie River,  Ranger District Sechelt No. 7,  Oh 102.9 Hectares. Viewing  Date June 28, 1978, leaving  Ranger Station at 09:00 a.m.  NOTE: Viewing of this site  prior to submitting a tender  for" this' contract is ��� mandatory.   r; ., -'  ;Deadline for receipt of tenders  is: 15:30 June 30, 1*978.  Tenders must be submitted on  the form and in the envelopes  supplied which, with particulars, may be obtained  fromttne Forest Rangers (s)  indicated, or from the. District.  -.Forest,-,355,-Burrard. Street,.  , Vancouver, B.C.       3  The lowest or any tender will  not necessarily be accepted,  lit any further information is  required please contact F.C.  No. 7, Sechelt. Phone: 885-;  3315  4919-Pub. SPT June 28, 1978.  3 BDRM HOME, $285 per mo.  m,.Mk%tt "������^v��*oh 09/1,1 W*  ,    491143  *    U����sTI/n��tAdbrMil   ������'  10V4"   FIBREFORM   Deluxe  aasis^^        ���xm  anchor & winch,. $6,000 0B0,  885-3742,        , ' 488242  Por Quick Rviulti  UtcTlmaiAdbrMil  *7516' MODIFIED hull., 1)0 hp,"  full canvas top, $3,^75. 885-  3510. 4892-3.1  1073 TROJAN ;..2,500,i ntew  Torque, new brakes with log  grapple, ln good working  condition. Phono (403) 567-  4340 or (403) 567-4375. 4952-31  AND FURTHER TAKE  -NOTIOE that-an-Order-has-  been mado by tho Honourable  Mr. Justice Fulton on tho 9th  day of Junc;~197B-for servlce-  upon you substitutional^ by  publication of Uils notice 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 oro entitled  within fourteen (14) dttys after  tho publication of tho lost  notice to enter an Appearance  either In person or by your  solicitor at the office of tho  District Registrar'of tho  Supreme Court of British  1 Columbia at BOOWeat Georgia���  Street. Vancouver, British  Columbia and that, in default  of your bo doing, tho Court will  proceed to hoar tho  Petitioner's   claims,  and  Furthor notice to you.  ^^^-^ORRESTTQRA'Yr  . MUNRO & LEWIS,  ,'     ;"��������������    '     solicitors for-  thePettttoner,  North Vancouver, B.C.  4876-pub. Juno 21, 28, 1978.  FORM No. 1  LANDACT  1 NOTICEOF  INTENTION TO  APPLY FOR A  i-1  DISPOSITION OF  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 ht a post planted  460 m in East and 1300 m  North of the NW corner I^ot  3340 (TL 6834 P) at the Hlgh-  ,water mark Narrows Inlet.  Thence N 60 degrees W 150 M;  thence N 30 degrees E 2050 m;  thence S 60 degrees E160 m %  to HWM thenco southwesterly  ��� along sold HWM to tho P-C 28  lia, moro or less,  disposition is required Is log   St0rPKfiu.J :.._  Q.C. Timber Ltd.  R.Klnd  Dated Juno 8, 1978.  4859-pub. June 21, 18, 1978.  Woodburn Stov*s  AFM*lLtd,  "WSo'd" Hovii""by "FiiUmf,  Lohowood, Sodoro Valloy,  Comlort qnd Flndlay.  Dltlrlhglon In W��it��rn  Canada of lh�� K��rr Scotiman  and .Kerr  Titan  wood  fired  ^N!*#itW.!i!��!^'^^  .Show     ,Z#ro      Cldanance,  Wood/oil fu^nacet. Iniulalod^  pipe, Afrmutttipt qM #��*��� f��*  110   Fell  Ave.,"'"'  North   vanicouver  .      firmiii  ti  r'1  1   .f  I-,.-,*,,m��<w,y,'.; J'^'.,..f.��ii,{-";i* ' '.  I  ��ar~wow(ia.���rt^���w i��uiiv  ���^(���4^Ji^Mi<^n'''ie^'^'^W^'^^*^Bitoi��^ 1Kl��,y(��W(WWp��& ^i^amiM^bAi^^^l�� WifStM^^i^^  *mp>famii&<mt<MQ, &��� ����*iwwWj��a��*mi^^  $q #W��iMW)itrta^4PHi!i��^a*'sWf'iMkp^��' ^  |# �����&U.  j��**W*TVK(���4'HHfX��i" Jl ���>"  '���" I'*  4        1  '   f    '  \,p  X  ,' I* jyy  "���' -���:������    -    -���-.-v"'" '  -;-i~^i ��� rn'--l--      ii"  *    \  Who benefits from inflation  PageB-4     Peninsula Times  Wednesday, June 28, 1978  w..   group  "of   Canadian       The resultant study con-,t  co^foahies' commissioned  a -eludes that in times of.high-'5  natibnwicle" study % Touche���inflation -only the "GOVERN^1  LR6s1&:Co7.to.investigate What -, MENTbenefits ^f^rr^Pef^  " many people .calTthe cor-   us ��� imamltaglJusineSs.i'are"  porate rip-off by industry.       hurt, badly. .    '_'-'"���' 'VV'7'.  ,     Contrary,   to'  what   is  generally understood, the  /.report' shows the effect jof  ^fifljaiorl on'ythe"' capital"---:-*;������' -�����-  " structure and weJFBeing of   pHyOlltS  - Canadian business1 has ��� been    *      J  Pension  4y  $25.00 REWARD!  ���  -, t * %:  $For the return of small white undipped Poodle. lbs|:  June 19th in Wakefield area. ' "'���*���  , Phone D. DOYLE.    .  885-2025 or 885-2017  %3%3%3%w%0%v*^^^%^^^^^*W^^p^^*  H.B. GORDON AGENCIES LTD.  Cowrie St. 885-2013 Sechelt,  1/3 ACRE, HAVIES ROAD  $7500  TWO 5 ACRE PARCELS, side by side, each  $29,800  A SUMMER PLACE  Charming, natural landscaping, treed 1/2 acre with rustic fenced  garden and patio. Skirted 1974 Chancellor Mobile Home on  oversized cement foundation. 3 bedroom, large vanity bath with  laundry area. Electric cabinet kitchen. Auto oil heat. 250 gal  itank, double windows, 8x10 toolshed with power. -���$3178OO  REDROOFFS ROAD  Wooded acre tin transportation. Easy maintenance ..garden,  ,parifil|bd living room with large granite heatilator fireplace and  jwowSjdx.-2-bedrooms, cabinet-kitchen,- laundry, auto oil heat.  JCaijgeft and 12x 16 workshop., ,    $42,500,  1  PHONE ANYTIME ON THE RED AND WHITE SIGNS_  ���JOHN or LYNNWILSON, 885-9365  severe.'   ./Inflation is' accelerating  the transfer,- of. economic  power from .individuals and  business to government.  The savings and capital of ��  the  vast majority  of' individuals and businesses have  declined . 'dramatically   in  value with recent inflation.  In  1974.. Canadian  cor-  pbrations   reported   total:  profits of $9.2 bilhoh./olTowedr  '.by $8.?-'billion. BUT ��� after  taking inflation into account  those figures dropped.to $2.5  billion    and    $3.1    billion  ��� respectively and companies  delved into capital to pay  dividends, reducing the  supply on hand to replace  equipment," build plants and  create new.-jobs.  -Workers. contribute ��� to  pensions during their  productive years to supplement savings and government pension income in the  non-working years of elderly  retirement. /  Rarely does a person retire  after six years'with oneNEirm  on an assured pension of  nearly five thousand dollars  annually,    regardless    of  contributions^   but the  govehment pf~Canada~does'"  give this benefit to Members  of Parliament retiring after  only six years service.  MPs, likeevery Canadian,  should get pension assurance  based on, years of service to  the country, but do most  taxpayers really^ant to pay  them a pension > before  retirement age?  SoiW astoriishiiig spending facts  Ever wonder where your  tax dollar goes? The watchdogs of the budget in Ottawa give iis some interesting  and barely, believable_iacts.  In the time it takes you to  take a breath and hold it for  seven seconds, the federal  government spends eight  thousand dollars and goes  sixteen hundred dollars  further into debt!  .' -During the past,minute the_.  itionaL debt_-increased-Jby_  "thirteen thousand seven,  hundred dollars, and it went  up by eight hundred and  twenty thousand dollars in the  last hour. *  ,  ' In fact, the people who  .collect our taxes are spending  it with such gay abandon that  the country will plunge twenty  five million deeper into the  red by this time tomorrow.  Canada,   with   a   gross  federal debt of sixty seven  point one BILLION, is one of  _the most indebted-countries in-  -the-western-world;   That's where forty three  cents out of ev.ery dollar go!  *"-��.  P & P Developments Ltd. ��� west sechelt  $53,900  /2l0t��arn        |  Q  "LTT  Krra��lJ  h pf, I JiLLii m LJm  :     J_l       i '  Atotaean  . pro .6mmf  r'?'*r.i.  s  ^>r��o  1154 sq. ft.-3 bdrm,  full basement home  ��� Dual seal windows ��� horseshoe kitchen  with dishwasher ��� w.w carpet throughout ���  skylight in bathroom ��� 1/2 bath down ��� 460  sq. ft. bsmt finish. ��� fully enclosed basement  garage, attached carport with deck over ���  large lot in new subdivision.  Ron Protocky 885-3613  And they .sure,are happy,'about it!  What are they doing?* W^y, they're  reading TheTIAAES..." looking for a new  home or car 6r job or washer or  bicycle. And each person willproba-  bly find just the right item at just the  right price! How do we know? Well,  we have loads of advertisers every  week'.:.offering scores of new~pr<>  ducts and services.  We welcome ads of all sizes;..., we'll  even help you develop an ad if you.  wish, for the/same coisjtgs theacf^  alone! What other media~1:an.0ffer\y  thpt kind bf bargain.. .on a on^tef one>  personal basis? Check around, and  we think you'll want to  join your  friends who read and advertise in  The TIMES .7. it's the liest buy"  around!  The PENiNSULA^yJfose*.   a weekly part of your life I  Q    ���>,-' 'il- <*,''    r*r._.,-\?  ��"C2    ^yjnf>nl    .i>*.��:>n'-if    y.iOJt i_, jtai-.#    (ino  \  ' VI M"~* ^ 'i't    '"' "I'i"  ���p,f'<J'tll|'p''vl'!p'^'.^  THE NUMBER  TO REMEMBER  885-2235(4 l&oe.  Vane. 689-5838 (24 hrs.)  Box 128  AGENCIES LTD,  Sechelt  We Are As Close As Your Phone  Coast to Coast  ���   - - -    ,, t^  Real Estate Service  NEW  ON MARKET  |^| Call now for our FREE Real Estate Catalogue  LOW BANK WATERFRONT #3984  Roomy cabin with nke flroplaco and covered  dock" looking out to your own sandy boach.  .Fridfce, stovo and somo furnishing* Includod.  Prlcod ot $47,500 with somo terms avallablo.  To vlow call RUTH MOORE, 885.9213 ovos.  VIEW LOT tf3982  South Flotchor with lano at roar, Convenient to  shops.'FP $11,500. JACK WARN, 886-2681  evosi ,���"���'���'  WATERFRONT ENJOYMENT #3938  Conveniently located noar boach across with 48' of your pwn  frontqge on lambs,Bay, all the activities and en|oyment of  tho marine icono can bo yours with a flno 720 sq ft, 2  bodroom, Insulatod, sundockod home completing the plc-  ture. More Information or to make an offor on tho $45,900  asking prlco, OERT WALKER, 085-3746 ovos.  2 BEDROOM CHARMER #3962  In.boautlful condition, with oyo appeal for couplo who want  low maintenance of home and garden, Quiet', yet short walk  to fine beach. Price Is right at $32,000, Warm too with oil  furnace, PETER SMITH, 885-9463 evos,  A VIEW Tb BEHOLD #3928  Truly a, spoctfccular vlow up the Socholt Inlet from this  cloarod lot on Sandy Hook Rd. Building site has beep excavated and aroa was pore tested. Soo for yoursolf or lot me  show you. FP $12,000, BERT WALKER, 885-3746 eves,  JWADEIRA^ARK^ ������.,...;.._,���;.���,��� A ^ ,..#3888..  "Boat owners. Horo Is 8/10 aero, almost level with view <  through Pondor Harbour, 400' to water's odgo. On pavod  road with hydro, phono and water along road. FP $22,000.  DON HADDEN, 885-9504 ovos. ��� , i  FAMILY HOME - 3 BEDROOM #3945  Growing family? Then see this ono In Davis Bay, All on ono  floor, part basement.. 26 * 12*4" living room has afln'e  heatilator flreplpce* Utility Is off the largo kltchon; Water  view, 1 block'to boach, Asking $38,000. PETER, SMITH,..885-  9463 eves,       ���  WEST SECHELT #3834  Choice lots, almost level, some with vlow, on paved road,  with water 8, hydro In. Just 1.7 miles from Sechelt. Building  scheme protects your Investment's. Prlcos start at $10,000.  DON HADDEN, 885-9504 evos.  SMALL HOLDING _;..��� ;J_ #3819..  A largo home! with carport under. 4 largo bedrooms, ono  could be a family room with large flroplaco, 2 extra  workrooms. 5 appllancos. This house noods finishing and wo  can offor particulars of cost. $42,000 askod"as Is" In Socholt,  JACK WARN, 886-2681 ovos,  NEW  ON MARKET  100 FEET WATERFRONT, #3983  ' Just $65,000 full prlco. Home Is situated to tako  advantage of vlow from this tall-treed park-like  sotting, Unique constructions allows self-  contalnod, either 1 bedroom ar 2 bedroom  quartors, Lots of sundocklng. Entraco from own .  drlvoway to fully enclosed garago. BOB KENT,  885-9461 ovos,  RATHER BE FISHING?  #3930  !i ��.* tsM* :��*!���� f %V  Senil-watorlront lot, about 1/3 aero with groat vlow af Inlot  and mountains?���'Wot���r*''und^rciround'WlrlrtB*iflt,Ybaa^cWi���,v,^*'~"'"'w,*'  to small marina. FP $18,000. DON ffADDEN, 885-9504 ovo*.  A OOOO PLACE TO START #3879  for a young family, soo tills 3 bodroom homo wllh 10' hlgV  basement,���< Hedge enclosed garden, sundeck & wonderful  vlow of soa and Islands, Try offors on, $35,000 for this  Granthams lite, JACK WARN, 806-2601 eves.  l*��i %  mm"    ���- h   's   i  , "   '���       ,'",,���['.'*'��������� ( ,i  BRAND NEW #3926  Ready lor occupancy ��� 1116 sq ft of deluxe  homo, 2 bodrooms, lnrgo living proa, typor  storage and prlcod at $44,500. RUjH MOORE,  005-9213 ovos,  LARGE FAMILY HOME, SELMA  PARK #3942  Extra Special) 4 bodfoohis, spacious living  room with free-standing fireplace for maximum  warmth, Almost complete (basement, Dbl  carport, Beautiful gardens, on large lot, Asking  $65,000. JIM WOOD, 800r257l.  fUS' M  ,|   5 ACRfS PLUS #3674  $45,000 asked for this Roborts Crook rosldontlal plot, JACK  WARN, 886-2681 oves.  '     : , \ ,  MADEIRA PARK #3059  Lakofront 3 bedroom homo. 1152 sq ft, 1  1/2 bathrooms,  ^'���.yMowi. �� car garago, 22 * 24' and workshop, 12 x  24 , all now In tho past 3 years, plus many oxtras Included on  4,27 acros, Lovol landscapod yard, a short mllo to school,,  post offlco and shopping contro. FP $05,000. DON HADDEN  ,���*��������..��. ag5p.9a04*evet.��.*^^.*��^w.��w��.^��,^.u,^^��,���,..^.^���������.w���.,v.u1-  HOBBY FARM? #3980  1 2,33 acros with 3 bodroom homo complotoly romodellod 3  y��ars ago. This house Is presently rented but good building  sltos and garden areas mako t|j|s properly Interesting, Year  round croek through proporty. Asking $49,500, DON LOCK,  003-2526 evos,  ^'vm^im  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME #3979  i>ii��'T('p*^ii^��**tfi*'i*>��*^'*i��+����j**��j**ut��il ,��� 1 ma,,/,1 * t^u ,rt.; ., -,*.,, , **    i��- *   e, v   ,  2 we|l designed lovols pf living area In this now ,  1 1300 kq fl 3 bedroom home,  and to com-  . plomont each, on attractive fireplace, The view  from the largo sundeck l�� really spectacular.  Full carport under complete with cement floor,  Asking $6^000,,BERT W/VLK^R, q85-.37.46 ove��w  'RutiiMoonr~'"~   Don Lock  NEW ON MARKET  , LUXURY HOME #3981  ..,.Lovely 3 bedroom home,-superb, view both  floor*> Bedrooms' on upper floor, Main floor  113Q sq fI. hat hbge living rm 4 dining, kitchen,  hall 8, utility, >1 1/2 baths down, 1 up, Also big  soparato workshop 8, carport. Easy caro gar-1  den, Many oxlras. FP $71,900, PETER SMITH,  ft ^jBU^��94Q3-#v#t*'-'^^,i^^*-*��*-��'vr'-'^'''' "��* *-,��-..,��*-,��~*��,���������>�����.  ,J!Vp|������  /.WW  )?.  ���fr  WW  HOUSE WITH A VIEW: -w-,-v^.#3W4rr.  Modern 3 bedroom, well designed living room  -wlth^llrQctlvc-'flrwplcRvr't^iDilify'Tdrpefrln   every room, Ocean vlov/ froni living 'room/  poublo carport with iQrge ��� kundock, Thermopane windows.  Lot  05  x  265',  Asking  -$64,900,- i\N\ WOOireOJha^levw."-r-��������  f****'1  W.*:  ��1*M1  ���'1   ..:.:  SUNNTSOUfHERNVlW Z*W*.  Groat family Ijvlhg. Lois of room and many  extras, Just 6 months old and built for  economic heating. $63,000, RUTH MOORE, 0B5-  ..bVWflrt^^-.      JM.lJf'fmrtllW Vil  ^i4li*>^"fl^,>!ir|h^*w*J*J��J''��  ALLOFFEftS PRESENTED; BRING  YOURSl #39711  Convenient Sechelt location, Modern,vAll  eloctrlc, plus stono faced fireplace', 3 bedrooms  opon plan living aroa all on one level, FP  ���,$a9400r.p��oi;Kf^V'MM**>>H������^p-��^����--p��^  ICv    ^Wt �������������.  ���i>  r Peter Smith  '.tifTr- ri**%*'*T*T'" rv*  Don Hadden  yj>$m  Jim Wood  r-*  Bert Walker  "i��*.Sl,riS,.^?J".'��WB3^fl^,^  'W,<rt���*-P*B,witei^**W^W  *)T-^m^s^'w''   L"*'  "  r-W .4s  Bob Kent  'i+^'i1  "4^'^y^^C  "\  *i in-  +*r�� '4^sw*-v=*f��  v"^i-^i-  KSffWlWtW ��1��I-M-W��.ft~#��p��.( - "  ______^_. J^.��� -_���. ^-~-^r~r~���-A~���/!~~. ���_ ������         ^  _ ^  JlS^tructure of the real estate professioif  Wednesday, June 28,1978  Peninsula Times  The real estate industry in The Real Estate Act is  B.C., is formulated for your explicit in, its protections, J��  security and protection. "> .   , the public and is administered.  _.-_ . - kL^J.yL��� ^^^g^^Sr^^-   -y-    '   ^^,.VC^S"-  t&g*-r ������ .������  ���'~\  Executive House  Apartments  * Overlooking Gibsons Harbour  * 37 Deluxe 1 & 2 Bdrm Suites  Controlled Front Entrance  Colored Appliances      '  Cable Vision  Panoramic View  Extra-Soundproof Suites  Drapes  W/WCarpets- ������-  by the Superintendent of  ���Brokers ^Insurance on behalf  of:the Minister of Consumer;  " and; Corporate Affairs.   ,,  Peoplejin the-real estate'  :.industry must .be-qualified to  hold either a, salesmen's or  agent'? license, both of which  require basic study courses  and examinations conducted  through , the University of  British Columbia.  Under the Act, all newly  licensed people are required  to update their practical and  academic knowledge "and each  ^of the eleven B.C. Real Estate  Boardsjaccehtsi asa serious  . re0onsi��iiUty".a"cpnUriuiB&',  education program t'of 4teS3tis��e  members.     " ' v ��'V-"~VJ-^ '.<  The real estate  professional is trained in a  .service that is complex,  exacting and very necessary  to the majority of home  buyers and sellers.  ESTATE  AISAiS  NOTARY PUBLIC  Market evaluation  DENTAL  GIBSONS  PHONE 886-22  AND LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD     TOLL FREE 682  Page B-5  ���"���''���'��� '"^m  Homeowners are, often  blind to defects in a home they  have enjoyed for many years,  and blissfully unaware of  factors that contribute to its  true market value.  Pricing a home for sale on  today's buyer's market is -a  job for a professional���a real  estate' licensee who has facts  and figures of previous sales  for reference ��� experience  working with purchasers. ~  and the objectivity to view  your home as a marketable  item, instead of an emotional  tie. "  ���  Two* homes next door to  each-other and alike in most  respects ��� which have had  -the same-dollar amount of-  improvement money invested  still may not market at the  same price.  One home's improvements  could take the forni of an  extra bathroom ��� the second  home could have had the same  value invested infancy woood  panelling inthe-dining room.  Of course the home with the  extra-bathroom -will-have-a  higher market value.  Did you realize this? If you  haven't the'experience-and  objectivity ��� depend on your  licensed real estate practitioner to supply it for you.  Taxing a  divided  house  Many residents! of older-  homes m^y have been rentihg'  a portion of that home as  apartments, and have now  decided to sell.  ���Sale- - of-  a . principal  residence normally does not  incur capital gains tax, but the  type   of   owner  described  should be aware that a portion  of the sale of a residence  which has been used for.in-,  come   will   definitely   be  -   taxable ��� and that portion of  ���any_pi:ofit you, make on the  sale of the property wilTbe  ���fceo-of-capital-gains-tax;  Jon McRae  885-3670  au  Lorrie Girard  886-7760  Chris^Kankainon  885-3545  Arne T. Pettersen  886-9793  4S  HOMES:  GRANTHAMS LANDING: Well kept 3 bdrm family home with full  basement. New shake roof and for heating economy thermopane  windows. Basement has rec room, workshop and laundry room.  Grounds are beautifully landscaped. Large sundeck to enjoy a  lovely waterview of Keats Island and the Gap. $42 900  SARGENT ROAD: A spacious family home situated on the low side  of a quiet cul de sac in one of Gibsons finest and most popular  residential area. The large 132' x 133' lot is extensively landscaped  for minimum maintenance and offers a fantastic view oi the harbor,  Howe Sound and Georgia Strdit. For economy and comfort there are  double glass windows in front. The kitchen features Citation  cabinets, garburator, 20 cu ft fridge/freezer and self-cleaning  electric stove. Each of the 3 bedrooms have large closets and the  master bedroom has ensuite plumbing. The hug$ unfinished  basement offers endless development possibilities for recreation  and hobby activities. Large sundeck and patios for outdoor enjoyment. Many more fine features included in the price of $69~500.  ��',  -^^mM   v^iftlv. ^  DAVIDSON  ROAD: Nearly   1/2  acre nicely      ROBERTS CREEK: This could be the home with  p-treed'lot'orrljcmgdale~Ridg6roffering-you-vrew acreage-you-havg-been-lookinprforT-Situated-  and privacy. Large three bedroom home. Lots  Df cabinet space in kitchen. Full basement.  Fireplace  upstairs." Large kitchen.  $54,900.  GOWER PT RD AT FRANKLIN: A WATERFRONT  lot is the setting for this lovely two bedroom  home. The bedrooms are carpeted. The living  room (23 x 17 1/21 with heatilator fireplace  has hardwood floors. The attic has been  panelled for extra sleeping quarters and/or"  storage. Large 12 x 30 separate enclosed  garage and storage. A view of Salmon Rock  and the.Gap is yours from the covered patio.  Nicely-landscaped. Includes fridge, stove'and  dishwasher. $79,900.   !   SEAVIEW LANE: Approximately 2 acres of  forested WATERFRONT property in W��st  Sechelt. 1758 square feet three bedroom  home. Sauna and beach house combo on  beach. Enjoy the view from the glass enclosed  patio of the Trail Islands. $148,500.  HIGHWAY 101: ROBERTS CREEK: Nice-  retirement or starter home. Situated on 1  acre with an ocean view. Living room and  .srSRSra)e,.^^nfturpom^a(r^>.carpe^JWJyi(gM  bedrooms and a sunroom. Half basement.  Nicely landscaped with many fruit trees.  $39,900.  FAIRVIEW ROAD: Immaculate double wide  three bedroom mobile home on large landscaped lot on quiet street in area of fine  homes. Easy walking distance to elementary  school. $42,500.  DOIJGAL ROAD: Nice" starter on retirement  hbme'bn"level IdtHTwo bedrooms and ,an  additional room to be used for sewing or an  officer Wall to wall carpeting, Stone fireplace.  Yard Is landscaped with a, patlo^Jn the  backyard. $42,500,    '  'FAIRVIEW RD: Revenue. Duplex on a 1/2 acre  lot represents the Ideal Investment property.  There are 1232 square feet In both of these  side by side suites. Features are post and  beam construction with feature wall fireplace  and sundecks. Thoro is an appeal td separate  rental markets with a two and a three  bodroom sultei Assumption of present  mortgage makes purchase very easy and a  yearly Income of over $7,000 makes this  property hard to beat. $75,000,  well back from the street to give you all the  privacy you want this rustic home is in immaculate condition and has 1050 square feet  of living'space. The partially cleared property  is just over five acres and could be developed  into a nice hobby farm. The zoning allows  subdivision into half acre lots and there is a  dedicated road along one side. A goad buy  and an excellent investment at $65,500.  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY: Triplex located  in Gibsons" Village. One two bedroom suite  and two three bedroom suites. Good holding  property for future development. Close to  schools and shopping mall. $52,500.  GOWER PT RD. In the heart of Gibsons one  block from shopping and the Post Office.  Three bedroom home,on concrete block  foundation. Post & beam construction. Acorn  fireplace gives a cozy atmosphere to the  living room. Nice and bright with many large "  windows. $33,000.  TAYLOR LANE: Lovely new three bedroom  rhoTrreCoverlooltirigpSi6sons-Harboui:=--l 6-X-1-9-  sundeck. Large eating area and kitchen-  combo. Two fireplaces. Master bedroom has  ensuite and his and hers full double closets.  Full basement. $67,500.  m   ��� *        ���       y  MALAVIEW ROAD: Immaculate three  bedroom home on landscaped lot in area of  new homes. Situated on ajj,iet cul de sac safe  for children and pets. Double windows for  comfort and economy. Separate dining room  and wall to wall carpeting. $47,900.  HILLCREST ROAD: Panoramic view of Gibsons  Harbour and Georgia Strait from "this lovely  home. Exceptionally large kitchen as well as  a separate dining room. Two bedrooms and a  rec room and bedroom finished downstairs.  Living room features a floor to ceiling woll  fireplace in cameo marble. Lot is fully landscaped. $52,500.  BROWNING RD: Wilson Creek. Rustic and  cozy A-frame home tucked away on a  beautifully treed lot. The house is approximately 3/4 finished and an enterprising  own septic. Partially finished home, all new     ��n:s hiHo-o^nw r,r ���    a ���   toi ������   p  BOYLE ROAD: 5.05 acres partially cleared  and   electrically   fenced.   Includes   cow,  construction, approximately 1/2 completed.  White onyx fireplace, varnished cedar ceiling,  thermopane windows, ai)d large combination  furnace. Please make an|appointment first to  view. $68,000. ' '  POINT ROAD: Hopkins Landing. Lovely, Well  built home on approximately 75' of level  waterfrontage In this very exclusive area.  .Safe"public "biMclii'^ithTT^fQcfe^^boar  FIRCREST PL: New.large ranch style home  with tongue and groove cedar feature walls  in the living room and the family room. You  can eliminate heating bills with the airtight'  wood heated-and double- glazed windows.  Three bedrooms with room to expand by  putting walls on the carport. $42,9.00.  moorage. This home has three bedrooms plus  upstairs dormatory or studio. Large bright  rooms witlv many built-in features such as  bunk beds etc. The large t|tone fireplace is a  very unique feature of this one of a kind  home. All furnishings as listed are included. If  you have been looking for a nicely landscapod year round waterfront homo then this  Is for you. $110,000.  ROSAMUND RD: Fully finished 4 bedroom  home situated just outside Gibsons Village  boundary. This Ideal family homo foaturo* a  15' x 27' rec room, large carport & sundeck, 4  fruit trees & garden, Privacy & only 2 blocks  from'Cedar Grove School., F.P. $47,900   11,03 FRANKLIN:Large family home oh a level  lot. Five bedrooms, rec room and a separate  utility room. Living room has a stone fireplace  and both it and the dining room 'are donein  wall to wall carpeting. Separate workshop in  rear. The (ot has southern exposure with  some water view. Close to shopping and  Pebble Beach. $52,900,  COMMERCIAL GROCERY STORE & PROPERTY:  The only store In the area with a good volume  of business and growing steadily. An ideal  set-up for a family operation. The store hours  are 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. seven days a week. If  you like to be Independent and run your own  . business this could be your opportunity, The  price without stock Is $89,000.  LOTS  FAIRVIEW, RD: Large cedar trees on this  noarly 1/4 acre of flat easy to build on land  provide setting for your home,, Mobile homes  aro allowod. Closo to Cedar Grove School.  $11,900.  FAIRVIEW RD: Noarly 1/4 aero 63' x 169' flat  and easy to build on, Many large codar .troos  enhance the privacy of this lot. Located only 3  blotks from Cedar Grove School. Ready for  your building or mobllo homo. F,P. $11,900,  ABBS ROADi View of tho Bay area andl  Goorgla Strait is your* from this beautiful lot  In area of elaborate now homos. Two blocks  jojctjools and shopping,, $10,900,  YMCA ROAD: Langdale. Cloarod, lovol  ___ Idlwj lot measuring 81' x 173' suitable for  a varlof^f house plans, Located-within easy  walking distance to school pnd a few mlnutos  og to tho forry terminal. Mako an offor on tho  asking prlco of $12,900,  SARGENfROAD: Build your dream home on  fhlsot/fsfandfnfl proporty In Glbibni most  popular rosldontlal aroa, Fabulous view of  Iho harbor and Georgia Strait, Ovor 65' stroot,  frontago, Easy walking dlstanco to schools"  and shops, $17,900. ���  UPLANDS ROAD: Tuwanok. Ideal recreation  lot In boautlfully wooded and park like  setting, Zoned for trailers, This lot overlooks  Sochelt Inlot and the Lamb Island, $8,900.  SCHOOL ��t WYNOART ROADS; Only 6 of thoso  Duplex zoned lots loft. Beautiful view  proportlos ovorlooklng the Bay. Close'to  schools and shopping, All lots perfectly suited  to , sldo-byslde or up-down,, duplox con��  struction. Prlcod at $15,500 and $16,500,  POPLAR LANE; Conveniently locatod sub.  division In Olbsons. Or)ly two blocks from  shopping contro and both olomontary and  ���ocondary schools. Level building sites with  soma cloarlng on a nowly form#d cul do sac.  Those prime lots aro on **w��r Ond all service*. Priced from $11,900,  HILLCREST ROADi Only $3,000 down! Balanco  by Agr��oment for Sal* will purchase ono of  those boautlful vlow lots at tho ond of a qulot  cul do sac, All underground sorvlcos ��o there  It nothing to mar tho vlow. These lots are  cloarod and roady to build on. The ravlno Is  front, will ensure your privacy. Th��se lots  represent oxcollont valuo. Prlcod from  $13,900.  POPLAR LANE: Cleared ond level building lot  conveniently located on a quiet cul de sac  only ono block away from Sunnycrost  Shopping Centre, Tho slto Is roady to bo build  on and Is suitable for a conventional or  contemporary style home. $12,900  GRANDVIEW �� PRATT: Building lot Is a fast  Brewing aroa. Approximate size Is'  146x141x74x125, present all offors on Iho  asking prlco of $11,500,  ' WEST SECHELT: ~Ca\o\a  Estates,  75  x   113  gorgeous vlow lot, Consldor It watorfront as j  thoro'aro no lots botwoon this ono and tho  beach, $19,900, .  ��� :���L:���I '  - SCHOOtRD 8TLETCHER RD; Two lofl^ocH 4tf"i  x 150', Small collage on ono lot Is still usablo  If  required,  All  sorvlcos  Including  sewer  available. Unobstructed ocoan vlow, $27,500,  FAIRVIEW*0: Nearly </* a^o^TiaToasy to  build on land, Mobllo homos aro allowod.  Largo codar troos provide privacy,, and  enhance thlt selling. Closo to Codar Grovo  School. $11,900.  POPLAR LANE) Boautlful flat building lot al  tho ond of a qu|��i cul-de-sac, Vlow of tho  North Shore mountains, Ono block lo  ���hopping contro. On sowor, Asking $16,900  but open to often.  E  B  OIBSONS: Park Road. Excollont prospects for-  tho ono who holds this  potentially com*  morclally zoned 9 acros, Lightly cloarod, close  to shopping conlro and schools. $59,000,  ~jE*B*L. :   GOWER PT. RDi Off pine Rd. Lovoly trood acre  only 1 1/2 mllos from Gibson*. This is a qvlot,  rosldontiol/rural aroa, Boautlful view of  Georgia,Stroll, $22,500.  acres with limited accoss, Look Crook runs  Zon'oH for mSblliliamosi'txtoTflnt ��6f VouT  Hobby farm, $19,900,     ��� T   - ���  0(BSONS, ^URAL:  Off  Maple  Stroot  noar  Orandvlow ond Pino. Vory unlquo building  ��� nt�� with art abiolutily fanfoi��c*o��nrii/li>w, |  Moro than ono acre of land whore ono portion i  ts high on tho hill and tho largor portion Is  rdvln* proporty giving groat privacy and an 1  opportunity to dovulop your own recreational^  park. Should bo see^ by anyono wUhlng^  *WWtrWWWi^  fm*.  MA$KIU��*��6^a,*4����wo�� # hw  PWCftpn Wa*k��ll RpwLqodJovv��r Roberts ,m... ���--^^^^^���������^���^-y~~^.~-~���i~-i <��� ��i  i*'-'' ' -' -*-'-�� -"'-- ���---    property close WCV^���*�� foW-r*^, Pait|a||yJ  c|oaf��d, Tfy your offer*. $32,00b,  ;  thl* I* a au|��|i rural. or��a o*nly7a mil** from  QlSion*. W.9QQ.  '  TmSiiL"  '�� -JK .  I"*  B?,n��W��inr��p*Trt'*Wi*��^ tfmnW��*(tta��, lp*>i��M��twwmWWW*Wn*��^^  "tWrVflWWa^i^nB* *> tWWtt^W-WWiiKiarJl^JWWnW-* -B  '    J  ' I  Tt^'i.i jx;  JPagelfcfi^-   Peninsula Times-  Wednesday, June 28,1978  The B.C. short and long term outlook  David Baxter  Urban   Land   Economist,  U.B.Q., /Real, Estate, Con-,  sultant ' ' ,'        ' ' ,  '" Ever since the-Task Force  ���Hon Housing almost ten, years  fa ago there has been almost  continuous analysis of housing  r'- markets in. Canada. But uh-*  ^ fortunately very few analyses  iriwere   focused,  upon   the  economic aspects' of market  operations.   As   a   result,  conclusions weret reached and  j programs initiated - which  9' have the potential of creating  Jfisignificant hardships - in-the-  iririear future for many market  ^-participants,     including  Ju��specific        groups        of  homeowners and other small  '^investors,    builders    and  ��fcdevelopers, and mortgage  ���k lenders.  ')'     Even in the absence of such  ^'programs, however, shorthand   long-run   market   con-  <" ditions ih British Columbia  ���wwill be much less expansive  -than was'expected by many  -^-commentators- in-the  ������ 1977, is ohe. factor thar will  ",f ^TKe estimates bf net starts ' the stamp of construction in  -1970s. ���  ft    The   increase   in   the  t province's housing stock will  be largely conditioned by the  same demand factors which  influenced it's growth over the  past 25 years,-including  changes in size and characteristics of the population.  Inonically, until recently,  demand characteristics have  been ignored in', housing  market analyses and attention  has���been-rfocused���almost���underlying  exclusively -on -supply con-  In  unemployment since 1974  have caused, .slower, equity  build-up and. sb; postponed  home purchases.'; -'X*'  Another major cause that  has ��� .recently���.'- slowed the  housing-Remarket in the  province is the fa'ct that two-  thirds of the "Baby Boom"  are already in the market.  They will affect future  replacement demand rather  thaiLnet__grjQwih_while -the  remaining onerthird will  result ih some growth in  demand.  In order to estimate both  the short-and long-run  developments in the housing  markets, the current and  future age composition of the  population must be know.  However, when this paper was  prepared the 1976 census  results were not available.  But on the bais of preliminary  early���informationr-the -expected���  -average net number of new  housing starts in British  Columbia is as follows:  1976-1981 26,000  1981-1986 ~"....:.:::.:. .29,000  1986-1991 22,500  1991-1996 .' 23,000  1996-2001 .'.,21,000  Net projected starts for. the  next five years (26,000) are  well belovy the level of the  early 1970s (35,000). It should  be noted that the assumptions  market activity. By then in all  likelihood,; replacement and  redevelopment will assume a  more important role.  The existing'housing stock  at any onetime represents the  net, cumulation of house  building in a local market.  But, as the characteristics of  population change, the  chacteristics of the existing  stock of housing, which is very  durable- and may-be. long-  lasting, ftiust be altered to  match current consumer  preferences.  This occurs in part through  new construction, in^part  through renovation, and in  part through the  redistribution of people in'the  existing stock of housing.  Given that the province's  current- housing stock bears  significant long-run -market  activity to meet the changing  needs of these people as they  grow older. ���  ., ; Considering the large'  number, of woodframe units  that have been built in the past,  decade, it may be arguedthat  replacement rather than  renovation will characterize  .the process of adjusting the  ���housing stock to meet future  -consumer-preferences.- ���  Thus, total starts will in the"  longer run be significantly  higher than net starts (shown  hi the table above). Never-  )theless it is not expected that  B.C. annual housing starts  will again during this century  exceed the record of over  37,000 set in 1976.  .   The B.C. Real Estate  ,   Association Bulletin  Bylaw sets high standard  "I am particularly pleased  that the committee gave all  the municipalities and  regional districts a chance to  review and^comment on the  bylaw before finalizing it,"  said Curtis. "It delayed the  completion somewhat, but I  am advised that .52  municipalities responded and  this contribution is certainly  reflected in the end product. I  ditions.  In  the   short  run,  supply is a given, equal to the  existing stock of habitable  property. But in the long run,  all factors of production are  variable and supply can be  assumed, to follow demand.  Thus, it is argued, analysis of  ��� demand is paramount in the  I evaluation and prediction of  f housing markets. ���*-  ii The near future in British  i Columbia will not involve the  * growth in housing demand,  and. consequently in starts,  turnover, and price appreciation that has occurred  in the , recent past. The  slowdown in the province's  population growth since 1974,  and particularly in 1976 and  years are rather optimistic,  given current economic  conditions.  Thus the 1981 .population is  expected to be 10 per cent  larger than in' 1976. This  implies a return to a growth  rate only slightly lower than  between 1971 and 1976 and one  significantly higher than has  been experienced over the  past two years.  This projection suggests  that, in the absence of major  and sudden changes in the  province's economy, housing  construction in British  Columbia in the next five  years will be well below the  levels experienced between  1968 and 1976.  version," said  the  cir-  the  the  a  even tbl3���n��itice���tfciHt���Hie ���CHplf&r  projection for the next five   Regional District did not wait  *-��� for-the-final  Curtis, "they adopted  bylaw the committee  culated for comment."  A technical staff of  ministry seconded to  committee prepared  Development Cost Survey so  that municipalities and the  general public and developers  will have an idea of the Cost  per pad for each of the services involved in the  development of a mobile home  park.  When he sent out the  bylaw, Long said that individual local governments  might wish to make minor  changes to this proposed  format.   "But I  feel sure,  however, that the adoption of  such a bylaw will ensure a  high standard mobile home  park and, thus, encourage  more local governments to  permit the use of land for such  purposes."  An increasing number of  mobile home owners have  indicated that they prefer to  own the lot on which the home  is located, rather than rent in"  a mobile home park.  - "May I- suggest,"���said-  Long, "that if instead of a  mobile home park, you are  proposing to allow subdivision of land' for mobile  homes, you consider the use of  the Strata Titles Act, since it  can provide the means of  better preserving and  maintaining high standards."  " '    M.    , f  v   ���iJWfijt.) '  .   ,5 , - WAUfcVJ *���*  N.lt-i  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE LTD,  Box 1490, R.R. 1  Wharf Road, Sechelt B.C. VON 3A0  885-3271  1  We're the Neighborhood Professionals:  MADEIRA PARK RANCH $125,000  ,22 ocre working ranch, all fenced and cross-  fenced, Good large barn, good pasture and some.  fryJJ trees. All. yeor roynd water supply. And for  the lady of tho house It has a modern 2 bedroom  |iome. Has facilities for horse show and rodeos,  Call Larry Reardon, 685-9320. >  IM  7:  1 LANGDALE  NEWHOME *48,��00  New 3 bedroom full basement home, Large LR with FP. Dining  room and kitchen with plenty of cupboards. Master bedroom has  ensuite. Double carport, Situated In- quiet area among now  homes, 80' lot. Completed approx 30 days. Ed Baker, 885-2641,  GIBSONS  PRATT* FAIRVIEW $33,000  Small older,typo home with carport on nicely landscaped and  fenced property. Tho vendoi* has Included some appliances In  the asking pr|c��. Ed Baker. 885-2641.  SARGENT ROAD      , $15,900  Magnificent ocoan vlow lot, fully sorvlcod, on sower, 65x110',  close to dll amenities, Builders terms ayqllabta., Larry Roardon,  885-9320,, , ;, ,  ;  MULTIDV^lllNOlOT '       ' $70,000  Locatod cin corner Highway 101 and School Road; this 1.3 acre  building lot Is sltuatod closo to all amonltlos and on sewer. Larry  Reardon, 805-9320, T  ONE-ACRE LOT IMMLTIZONBD] , $09,000  In   an   oxcollont   location,   zoned   for   10   apartments,   12  townhoupes or duplex. Closo to all amonltlos and on seWer.  ' Larry Roardon, 003-9320,  _l__ R^i��isjCiiiii��;   '  UP* DOWN DUPLEX   $49,500  Largo ,3 bodroom with excellent rovonuo potential  Located on 1 acre '��� neaj  Robert* Creoh on' Hjphway  101, Vendor vylll consider  offors. Ed Baker, 009-2641.  ACREAde-INVESTMENT ' $29,000  2,14 acres at Joe and Lower Roberts Croek Road with over 700'  on the tower Road. Could be 4 Ipti > tWIfie potential for the  InvoMor, Chuck Dowman, 803-9374,   ,,  SECHELT  PRIVACY GALORE I $47,500  Is the feature of this 1000 sq ft key-log homo with huge 'loft,  fireplace and full basement. Well treed 1 acre, Easy   wa|k to  swimming and marina. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374,  SUMMER HIDE-A-WAY $18,500  Hidden from the road Is a'dandy 1 bedroom 33 ft trailer, twp  metal sheds for workshop and storage, Water and hydro connected., Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  WEST SECHELT $18,500  1.17 acres, Nicely trood, gontlo slope to SW will haye a good  vlow when somo treos come down. Ed Bakor, 885-2641.,  SECHELT VILLAGE $59,500  New deluxe 3 bedroom, full basement homo of 1320 sq fl.  Completed approx 30 days. Large LR, DR area with FP, kltchon Is  a housewife's dream with built-in barbocue, Full doublo  plumbing, All w/w, Largo sundock. Lots of privacy on 92' lot..  Many othor foaturos must be seen to be appreciated. Ed Bakor,  885-2641.  WATERFRONT LOT/VIEW LOT $19,600 ft 8,500  At Sandy Hook we have this 100'+ watorfront lot, closo to road  and ad|o|nlng with an oxcollont ylow lot that llos next to B.T.  Larry Roardon, 005-9320.  .WftffcW^WfS?^^  "$4*7000  I"  ijmmt  WILSON CREEK  HALF-ACRE �� STUDIO NOW  $49,500, Here It a homo that  features four bedrooms and  ��� Texai-ilzp k|!cben.,.,; Uleol  properly for the homemaker,  Great organic garden and lots  Studio    over     a     dandy  -workshop, with f"H roof'cellar  facilities,  Try  $3,500 down,   C,hilS^~Dowman,.. 085.9374,.  - $17,500  er type family home laftflftd rjtmjjf.yvlth ynljV,  ^*y)J^'AMp>^  OCEAN VIEW  "Good solid (jl  -:*r'r;Sr:;k ���"'" ���"������ ��� v. 7a r '&''7'. "iflv-v,,m:&w<  ��T<tt '"* w"ni��won'iWfj��Trao<f.fff<rff1l tt largrf k|tch*n*dn'drdln|nfl  j T; *">t.i Thlt horn* Is on l*'ot*'M $600 frh. Ed, 0aHer,*n83f2>41,  Well kept, sparkling cloan 2 bedroom bungalow. Walking  distance to storos and school. LR 17 x 19 wllh fireplace, dinette,  utility, 2 full bathrooms. Owners lopvlrtg $2000 worth of pp-  pllancesi stove, frldgo, washor & dryer. Ed Bokor, 885-2641,  ROOM FOR KIO�� $50,900  4 bedr6om hoiti* with 26' living room, Great rumpus room, 2  blocks to shops or park. $5000 down should handle. Chuck  Dowman, 805-9374.  ���SEA-VIEW ROAD ' $14,000-  Hldo-a-way for your symfner fun on this well trood j/3rd acre.  $3,500 down, with easy payments, Chuck Dovynah, 805-9374.  REDROOFFS / HALFMOON BAY AREA  WELCOMB WOODS; $9,500 ft $9,750  Tw6 extra large lot* 128,x200', Larry Roqrdon, 005-9320,  HALr-ACRELOT " #16,000  Ldrge treed lot.aijhe corner of Rodrooffs Road'and the road to"  Sargeant Bay, Serviced with hyflro and water, Larry Reardon,  PENDER HARBOUR AREA  GARDEN BAY ROAD $22 500  Rock bluff building slto on this 3,5 aero wooded property, would  provide TorrltlrviftW'ovTr pasTuro land, All year stream, Easy  J��raMiva|lable,J^*i<^^  ^",v..v"pl'm.P^���w!$Vf|lkvT!^^  mmmm  Y  '^l*i^^tr^��>'  ���  iJ7 -tr-.*1 ���";.'? .ni'yjT^. ���".���!'~?.m-l?'*'s,-\<l;.Z->'W 'l^;,. W7 W. "fl^^T^   Ti   i|        t'--r  -n-i    I���TT    TTTiTWW^iiii^i.jjl ��� ii     1, IIV Till,   ^^''^������^"-^1-^'im^r  rt fJ?V}WrtW��')l WopfrV.^^orofifheN^rRw^ Bridge and  ���k%;' >mm MTZ-*m,'*;^oUr,nram'aHd gpbd^lW'bi^f^h^wll^  ���'KA'>*l)h��XOQdb9iwmm,yQv,a<^  [:.'.'��� *.T nV' i ^L .       ' '  ma m^^mm^. , ��� 1 -        -     .'. 1^       .   .      . .        .... _ __ __     ^ \      .'���''.        '' '' )  nl<  REALTY LTD.  '���vVIt lfflf|��'^,T��WWSt��V'"  SECHELT VILLAGE - Cozy one year old  3 bdrm home. 'Convenient ,}s ,,the  word. Try your offer,to $45,000. \  FR^.8^1 ESTAT|iCATALQ(3lJI {;i.  '. >'. Post pfflc. Box X2V?, Sech��lr.';J   ���*,  Vancouvar  Toll   Freo:   $&4-$Ql6  ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE: 2 bdrm  attractive home on almost 2' acres  level Hiway frontage, easy access.  .Good large shop with HD wiring for  bench tools. Home completely  remodelled.   Shake   roof,   rancher  ralomr siding"Several outbldgs.  Secluded landscaped property. FP  $69,500.  ' 55CHELTi New 2 bdrm,, Walk to the  - shops'.* Loads of; cabinets in  large  j^ftchenl-'Good  dining area.   Large  utility and laundry room. Level lot.-  Djrivejn carport. i$43,500.  SECHELT VILLAGE - 3 bdrm modular  home, 864 pq ft. Near new on clear  garden lot. Walk to shops. Price  includes stove and fridge, washer  and dryer, drapes. Must be soldr FP  $33,900. '  4ECMLT VILLAGE - Brand new 2  bamrcustom-built' basement home.  Sunny bright kitchen.' Extra insulation  in the ceiling, twin seal windows and  heatilator fireplace. FP $56,500.  WATERFRONT HOME: Locoed on  Redrooffs Rd at Welcoipe Beach.  Clean, near-new 6 room stucco bsmt  home. Well insulated, twin seal  windows and sliding doors to sundeck. Heatilator f'place, nice dng  area in kit, plussep. dng rm facing  view of Merry Island and Welcome  Pass. Lge 80x360' treed property w-  workshop. Above grd bsmt with  wood arid coal stove for canning or  guests. Good value at $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 -12x68"  3 bdrm Bendix mobile home. This  unit is set up on a pad and is com-  plete with septic tank.  Pod  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 rood. A must see for  those who desire quiet country  living. Asking $57,900.        ' '  ,*$&���; ,_ "'  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'baiernent on targe  sewered lot 98 x 148'. Magnificent  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.  i���r  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.  H.lUtiiij-1  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.      '  SECHELT'VILLAGE: Large 3 bdrm  home on Dolphin St across from  tennis courts. Home is in top con  dition, 1/2 bsmt. Yard is fenced  landscaped. Double canopy heigh:  ', c'port. Family kitchen/Tin immaculati  'home. FP mid $50&> J .u  CHARMING FAMILY TWO STOREY  HOME in SecheH's newest residential  area, Short walk In to the Village.  Home 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.  ..-*<mJ^jaJt.*t  SELMA PARK ��� 75' x 125' sea-view  property In area of new and attractive homes. 3 bedrooms up and  one^down |n developed basement.  Stofte ��� fireplace. Sundeck. Eloctrlc  heat. Landscaped with fenced roar  yard. F.PF $53,000.  SELMA PARK: Fantastic View! Near  new family home on large, treed  garden property. Large living room,  separate dining room. Rec room Is  finished plus extra bedroom ground  level. 12 x 26'' sundeck. Double  carport. Landscaped, rock wall,  shrubs & shade trees. Excellent ��jr  value. FP $57,500. Price is firm!  OFFICE  SPACE  FOR  LEASE  Main street location, pi^-slte parking,  Naw building, Move In now, Sizes  from 350 to 700 sq ft. All offices are  carpeted and painting will be done.  Up to S year leases available with  renewal option,  Ca|l S, Anderson ��� Anderson Realty,  885-3211 - Home, 885-2385 ''.  ���flfll  REDROOFFS AREA: Approx one treed acre. 99' on Redrooffs Rd,  Close to'beach'and boat launch. Fully serviced, Full price only.  $11,500, ,  WATERFRONT SECLUSION ��� A most  desirable residence secluded, yet  close to Sechelt. Excellent private  moorage^ Spaclou* and bright living,  room, 5^0 sq. ft. covered, tiled,  sunporch with open sundeck 12 x 36'.  lower floor has bedroom,'sitting'  room * bath. This Is an exclusive  hprrie for elegant living and entertaining, Priced at $125,000. Some  terms,  ���"..,  SECHELT VILLAGE, WATERFRONT: 150' of treed gently sloping easy  to build on waterfront. All services Including sewer later this year,  Serious waterfront buyer* ��Hould see this one. FP $30,000.  WEST SECHELT, 3 BEDROOM, FULL,  BSMT, comfortable family homo on"  quiet street, 1 1/2 years new wl��h|  high ceilings and Well designed floor  plan. Large lot with lawn and garden  In. Bsmt development In progress.ffffPW  Priced to sell ot $47,900. I����m  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME: 860 sq ft 2 bdrm mobile home with ap  pllancas, All wall to wall carpet, Coxy & Inexpensive to heat.  Concroto drlvoway and parking ��|ab, Fir Road location, FP $43,500  Tprmsl   , '..',', ,  DAVIS BAY VIEW LOTi Easy terms ��� 20% down ft the balance over  easy payments on this southern oxposuro view lot. Excavation and  clearing have been done, FP $13,900,  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOME: A cozy, near new 792 sq ft 2 bodroom  homo close to the beach at Chapman Croek. No stairs, oloctrlc heat,  double glazing. Government propqld lease has'19 yrs to run. FP  $32,000.  -SOUTHWOOD ROADfClosrto; 1/2a<^e;'Level'bulldlnfl lot,*Hydrd:'  and roglonal wator at road, Check ft compare, Attractively priced at  $9,450.  ��� DAV|S,llXY<hi;aUr^r>Rood',vlS^ipf'Ari'SO' nbi��2'. One of the better  vIqws In tha area, Asking $16,000,  , ^    ���',   ��� ���  ���  GIBSONSHOME WITH ACREAGE: Large'3 bdrm ham* on 7 acres  with Chaster Creek bordering 1 side of fenced property, Hem*  needs *pmw repair buj has been partially renoyated. Land l�� cleared  ft in gran, A nice iltuatlpn', FP $89,500,  "���'"'���- "-' ^,-���.-i,..���.i.i..~ _.., ,  '   ' '   ' ' i  , UPPER ROBERTS CKfiEKt 10 acres of land with 3 bdrm near new  home of approx 1700 sq fl, and a 4000 iq ft aluminum clad, fully,'  1 Insulated building, Building Is all wired for 220 power ft could have  , many tiles, CofVttete floor, clear ipatv FP $����,50tt,  .   i. ,,   i   !;tM ' ������'*��� ;   ...j .��� .     pmmiwm*mm-t��i,,iit-,i < tf,*mmmmmn0*pM -m - im* i ���* mm     ������       ^ .'. ^'^   ^ ��� .   ���   :>,   ���' ,*, F   -  .LOWER ROAD, ROBERTS CREEK; Over 9 acret of gently sloping  property with loutherrrexpaiure, 900 xOOO'rYear-round*creek  f lowi through corner of property, Excelleht buy at FP 199,000,  SECHELT VILLAGEi 9 acre* measuring 330' x 660'. Will eventually  havo a vlow, Close to tho arona, Try your offor to $35,000,  "SELMA PARK VIEW LOT! Extra large 90 x 179 lotrcorner Ibcatlonr  easy accoss, oxcollont view of Trail Island, FP $ 19,500,  MAIN STREET LOCATION: approximately 50 x 220' lot with business  Eremises and living quarter* behind, Excellent location for almost  ny typeof enterprt'*- TW�� l�� an opportunity 16 become established  Inlhevlllage. Lots of room for expansion, FP $?5,000,      N  ACREAGfii'Almo��t7 acres of cleared, gently sloping land, View of  ' ocean, Zoned lor development. Could be trailer park, $46,500,  HOBHm CREEKi Trewflot with a year round stream. Asking $7900,  APPUbXlMAtELYFIVE'AdlES: treed, gentle.southerly slopo. In'  agricultural land reserve, 260' highway troptqgo, Some 'merchantable timber. Handy location, cloie to Joe Rdt;F(P$31j6oO,  SECHELT,WATERFRONT'^two 70' treed loll 70 x 120 with lane a)  roar1, Ideal rotlrerhdnt iltoi, $39,000 each,  REDROOFFS AREAl Large treed lot 93 X 400' opprox. Oood gardon  soil, wator A power,,,Asking fl2,500,  JEojJiij^  f*-1  ^.'..>t��i^pwfci?fl'T***v?''<5y^j*^tf,.[ t*  . ' ��� ���   ' X ���  l  Georgo Townsencl, 085-3845* Jock XmierBon, 895-2053; .  IX  ���*����������������  ���M  )  ,     . f,, - *i*m  -" % ^' If '''  4-'J��,' r*  i,mtr\  ' ��m*.  **w^aB*,*.��i3i^,fl..#,  I  ll    , ,.  ���- ,,#/���!  m ���,    "��� ���  *�������*<%*  j 4 r        '^V** _l. '    /  > June 28  CHANNEL 2  , CHANNEL4  CHANNEL 5   :  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNELS  CHANNEL 9'  CHANNEL 11  CHANNBL 12 :  CHANNEL 13  12:00  Sum. Unlimited  All My ChUdren  Confd.  Hollywood $4*.',  News '  News               . ,.  : News  Electric Co.  News    '  Mike'Douglas  AUMy ChUdren  Confd.    -  12;J0  Ryan's Hope-^  Days of     .  .  Ida Clarkson   ,  As World Turns  Movie:'  Sesame St.  Get Smart  As World lurns  1:00  Bob McLean  ~One..Llfe   "  Our Lives -  Sanford & Son  Confd.  The  Confd.  Movie: -  Cont'd.    .     .  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The following letter' was issued By  Gibsons CouncU last week, protesting a  recent'decision: by Dr. Bruce Laing,  director of the Coast Garibaldi Health  Unit,, to.relocate three health unit staff  members to Sechelt.  Ministry of Health,  1515 Blanshard Street,  yictoria/B.C.  J3WW..3CB  Attentiori:k.I,G.  Bensbn, -M:B7r~Ckf.B.  -D.P.H;, *F,R.C.P. (C^Association Deputy  Minister, Public Health Programs.  Dear Dr. Benson  We^ the Council of the Village of Gib--  sons, wish to register our strong protest  against the arbitrary decision of the  .Director of the Coast Garibaldi Health  Unit to move three members of the staff to  Sechelt without reference to the Union  Board of Health.  When the^Village of Gibsons offered to  build additional office spacejojdleyiate.  Uie ovefcrow^mg'cphditionsLhi.the _Gib-  sons Health Centre, we were advised that  the Coast Garibaldi Union Board of He;  would be considering the possible^ relocation of the Senior Health Unit," personnel,- and that the determination- of  space requirements would be made based  upon the decision of the Board.  ��� We have just received a letter from the  Health Unit Director advising us that he  has asked the Ministry of Health to rent  office space in.Sechelt into'which he  proposed to move the Long Term Care Coordinator and two Public Health Inspectors. This, despite the fact that the  ���ApriH0th-meeting^f^he^nt6^~BoaTd~  voted to move the Senior Personnel to  Gibsons. ***  The same April 20th meeting saw the  adoption of a Constitution and By-Laws for  the Coast Garibaldi Union Board of Health  which was forwarded to the Ministry for  approval. Section 2 of that document deals  with the Duties and Responsibilities of the  Board and Subsection 12 reads as follows:  '���'Aiding in the provision of satisfactory1  housing for the unit, and expansion of  quarters where necessary." ,  Despite the adoption of this provision,  Dr. Laing has chosen to request changes of  quarters without any consultation with the  Board,  ', It is also our understanding that Dr.  -Laing ' has * held a meeting with a  representative from the Village of Sechelt  and a representative from-the Sunshine-  Coast Regional District to propose that  office space be built in Sechelt to house the  Senior personnel instead of haying them  moved "to Gibsons. This again, without  reference to the Board.  Perhaps the Ministry could review the  Duties and Responsibilities of the Board as  .outlined in the Constitution and By-Laws,  and prepare a similar list of Duties and  Responsibilities for the Director, ensuring  that there is no duplication of authority.  The Council of the Village of Gibsons is  -stiUv-prepared��4xf^constntct~"such~office_  space as the Ministry of Health deter-  muiesjsneeessary and are awaiting your  ecislon^onthe matter.  L.B. Blain,  Mayor.  Shop Canadian  Saturday, July 1  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNBL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNBL 12   CHANNEL 13  12:00 ~  12:30  1:00  1:30  T.B.A.  Confd.  Reflections  _ Mr. Chips  Am. Bandstand  F. Troop  Impact  Action  BasebaU:  Teams T.B.A.  Confd.  Cont'd.  Sports Review  Travel Journal  Discover  Red Fisher  Fat Albert  Space Academy  Mister Magoo  Film Festival.  Hollywood  Flower Spot  Discover  Gardening  Gardening  Turnabout  Consumer Kit  French Chef  Movie: Git  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Fat Albert  Space Academy  Outlook  Perspective  100 Huntley St.  Sports  Confd.  Cont'd.  2:00  -,   2:30-  K^.;3;00  -,   -3:30  Space 1999      ,  ��� Moyle:  Cont'd.'  Sports  Cont'd.  .^Cont'd.  Confd.  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Moore  Little House Tell the Truth  onjtho Prairie      Arpund_Hero ���_  Lucy Show  Emergency  Cont'd,  Oong Show  fappjTK  lepe, 8.1m  Confd.  >ays  8's Company  Nawa  Witt,  flhoT  Jef/ersons       ~T  I Day_ ai a Time  Confd.  Bobby Vinton  Head. Hifojers  8SR 8trMt  Mr. Rogers  Pectrlo Co.  Talk  Confd.  E0.poy*  Fllntstonea  1  ewl��wod_ Game Cont'd.  tounster*  Wlpper,,  Beaver  Bewitched  o Tac Dough    Party Qame  atoh Game        Lively  IlUbjUles  SUNSHINECOAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  Davis Buy Kuad al Laurel  Davis Bay  Siinduy School .9:45 am  Morning Service ., ;. II :00 am  Evening Service ,,,..,,.,.... ,7:00pm  Wed. Prayer and Bible Study  Phone 885-52%       ,  "Hoii'deiioniintilional"  Pastor ClilTordMcMuI len  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Service and Sunday School each Sunday  at 11:30 a.m: (except last Sunday in  month, at 12:30 p.ni.) Wed. Evenings,  7^30. 7        ...-,.: ���...-    ���>. '"'  \AU in St. John's 'Unilfd Church,  Davis Day.  Phone 885-3157. 886-7882. 883-9249  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  Rcv.T, Nicholson, Pastor  "TIMES OF SUN DAY MASS  8:0Q p.m. Sat. eve. at St. Mary's, Gibsons  8:30 a.m. Our Lady ol' Lourdes, on the  Sechelt Indian Reserve  10:00 a.m. at The Holy Family Church in  Sechelt  12 noon at St. Mary's Church in Gibsons  Use Tinies' Adbriefs fo Sell Rent Buy. Swap etc.  ler  News..  _ Late Movja  Movie:   \  Storyteller  Zoom-  Over Easy  jvotfdjVar it  Wan     Shades of  "I-'pfcowvLuoy*"-"1'  Andy >Qrlf flth  Hogan'a Heroes  Adam-12  _jnor��ma  The Monkeos  My 8 Sons  Brady.-Bunoh  Lively .Woman  Golnjn Places _  "conP:  ConL  Nawi  Con  'yt��i  w  km.  Gresne  Performanoa  Cont'd.  OnoiMp Lino  Cont'd,  Pick Cavett  Lowell Thoi  Movie;  Sweet SmaU  of Success  Con   "  Andy" arifW  Matoh Gama  Jokers Wild  Luoky Feller  Spiderman  Part, Family  Jo GalUard  Cont'd.  Cont'd,  Mews  ner  Newlywed Game  Merv Griffin  Cont'd,   -  Cont'd,  Odd Couple"  Am. 2 Night  Vancouver  Cont'd,  .2 Night  lomas  H'touple  >r LlmlU  Gunamoka  Phil Slivers  Lata Movie  Cont'd, ������-  Cont'd,  DO Lions Report  Day at a Time  ^J��ry"& MlohaeV  Vic Franklin  Sports page  Confd.  Tuesday/July 4  !��:i:i:i1  Jim  1%,    *'���  CHANNBL 2   CHANNBL 4 CHANNBL >   CHANNBL a , CHANNBL T CHANNBL I   CHANNBL ��   CHANNBL 11   CHANNBL 12   CHANNBL 12  ��.UeUd  iT  V.  ;ie.w frpm.Haro  All My Children Hollywood Sqs,  Cont'd. Pays of Our  One Utm yy*L  to Liva The Doc  "yw  rpm 1  wi* "sf'jnghi"  general  Rdge at  IfPfiM:  Doctors  light  A    OTUffi   ��d,  lit  .mi  i^ix&m,  yews  da Clarkson  lanford A Son  arena Walby  News "  Al tho  World  IE  OWI  qyfei  iUdlng Light      Corif  .;  2on?3r  Jonfd,  "xpiojatlon NW  SI  ,   Night  ^Family  Follow Me  ,nothor  lonfd  1WSrTd-  pieotrlo Co.  Mualq  Film  _Ab0ut You  llooinnasilcs  News  Oat. Smart  Movlei  Jt*DLAJ.��"ESL  Mik.XuU.      All Mv 6hildr.n  Aa Worfd 'itirna Cont'd,  Cont'd.  Truth or Con,  Forever  7iw    Mary T. Moora   nxpioration  tiiO    hyan's Fancy       Sha Na Na  ava  SlUrlay  any  gont'd.  Cont'd.  Seattle  *an from  Child's Program Bmoraenoy One   Luoy Show BfiMwrnw  fliPE?!. Cont'd, Imarsancy Cont'd,  Adamia aowif^ Confdht Mr, Boi  News '���_ Cont'd. Gong Show Electric  Street  Cont'd*,'  "W  Vanpoiivar  Cont'd,  fawiywad^Kiame   Coht'd  Jo Tao. Dough    pjirty  tone'i  ���m  Sonfd.  Cont'd.  Ms*?*  "Smjpa:  Jlary T, Moora    cont'd. ,  Tall the Truth    Stan on Ice  .fc^���-ISfclBP*  funny fa  .      Bpgars  _Elaotrlo_Co,  Retctrs  ~j��oom_  Over Basy  Jlunsters  Fllpptr  Peavar  newltohed  -��itPW  BiiyST  Tunojam,  Going pji  am*  'oman  laoea  l^W^��*��*^1||*e*S  Jqceri  TfcsTfc  Brady  onkees  Sons  Ounoh  nth,  ?!!>9ino��s  p*IM��MI*W">"  'Jtiw.WWA^pp^p^^fpas..-. -  Liar Cont'd.  Nawlywad 0��mt  Confdi"  ��ht  Juno 2B ��� Community Astronomy Proflrom, Star Talk with portable  t��l��scop�� on tho kpot.f roo, Booch ot PorpoUf Bay Provincial Park, ?  pm',  'Juno 29 ������ Community Rotourco Socloty Volunteer Bureau displays  afghans created by volunteers for Savo tho Children Program, Trail Bay  i Mall, 10 am-1 pm.  '"'  Juno 2V ��� End ot School Pot luek'PICnlc ipbni, by Wilson Crook Comm!  Centro, Brookman Park, 6 pm,.Bring food, music �� ���ntortalnmont aftor  dlnnor,  Juno 29 ��� Annual lunch prov|d#d by Socholi Auk, to St. Mary's Hospital,  Sr, Cltlrons Hall, SocMt, 11 om-2 pm.  July 81^ pCS Roio Oqrd��^Tf9t Mw^,H��ill, Rqbti Cmok, 2��4 pm. Homo  baking ahd (now intor����tlna llom��, ������! '  ,    , _    ��� '  July U-16 ���. Roborts Crook OoioiJwIy, l4th ��� Outdoor Dlico for kids 0,  '   12; July 15th,.~ HlflB^y JPlWWy IPorodo, Hwy 4 Hall, 10 qmi  Soapbox Derby, Too, Kids Rac��s & Oames, Pup)����t Shows, Rafflo, Food,  ^-"BOOfll*WKHBlu*Norlhorn9.f,Jufy 1 Ay��� Softball Challojigo bo��vy��fen  R,C. Ladles Champion Softball Toam A Beichcombars, 3 pm, cleanup 8,  -   suppor on btqch,,,' ". ,''A k ' kkkk.  July 15 ��� Sr Cllliont Brl69Toa, Sr. Cltlions Hall, Socholt, 2:30-4, f 1,   CLPHINSTON1 PIONEER MUSEUM, OPEN MON.-SAT,, 9 AM-4 PM  ;��$'>*i$*i'i*i  -fsifS:S:i:i:::;  t:WM  S'f^^^��'S"ffr^P^��^^^i'��JW��-��'**rS!  IotS*'::?  E��:��I*^;*;*jlj��la  USE THIS SPACI TO PROMOTI YOUR OROANlUTIOfi'S EVENTS,  IT'S FREE. CAU 068-3231  *-? ���::~t*!,r,-v".r^'fir,**:-,>'W?*~;:V:"r;.,:.l).r" "   iiiiiiiiiiiif  'l^Jr.l,t..mi^ ..,�����'  ^41$W01 ���#��, ��. *#*���� 4 Section  Wednesday, June 28,1978  Pages  Sports briefs  *j*.k -j  Fastball tournament  By Rick Crosby  '    4 -    -      Elphinstone and Delta kick off the first   June 22; Roy Taylor, and Eileen Evans  round   of   the   men's   fastball   doublev offered instructioft for the event.  knockout tournament at 10 a.m., July 1, at  Brothers Park in Gibsons.  Powell River Old Stylers, Delta,  Texada, Safeway Burnaby, Cedars Inn  and Elphinstone are the first and second  place teams that will be competing for the  Invitational Championship.  The latest hole-in-one was shot by Syd  Hamon on the eighth hole on Sunday, June  18. The shot was insured.  SAILING CLUB  On Sunday, June 18, six ��eats competed  in two races off the Porpoise Bay campsite.  Cedars, Tnn meets the Old StyleESraUa- The^i^r-of-plaeement-TvasHbaserr'  p.m. July 1 and Texada takes on Safeway  ���at-2-p.mr thatafterhoonr^-j ;   The tournament is on Saturday and  Sunday and all games are at Brothers  Park, Park Road in Gibsons.  FISHING  Last week there was good fishing in the  Gibsons acea^ram Salmon Rock to Gower  \ Point and off Cairn) Byng.  Fourteen and Impound spring have  been taken in these spots, mooching with  live bait is best. A few cbbo have been  taken in these areas by trolling.  Duncan's Cove reports good mhjng up  -at_Eend��r_Harbour. Spring to 18 pounds  are running off Fearney Point.  Coho are being taken all through  Pender Harbour, off Texada-Island�� and  down to Epsom Point.  MEN'S GOLF  ' Pat Mulligan from the Sunshine Coast  Golf Club scored second low net at the  Senior Men's tournament at Pitt Meadows  June 7 to 9. J   Over1150 players from around British  Columbia competed in the event.  Approximately a dozen young golfers  took advantage of the golf training  program at the golf course oh Thursday,  first; scorpion, second; skookum, third;  gaUeonrfourth; mini-fish; ftfth, and sabot,  sixth.  The club will postpone further ^activities until July 30. The club hopes to hold  regular races every Sunday and eventually have a standardized club boat and  hold class races.  More members are welcome and  anyone interested in.helping with the club  can phone Garry Foxall, 885-9440, or Lynn  Kinsey, 886-9386.  Weather report  Lo    Hi Prec*  mm  JunelX- 11     22     nil  Junel8 .X: 11     21     nil  Junel9 .../Sk. 11     20     nil  June20 .V/X-.-' n     21     nil  Juj*fe21 x, 13     20     0.5  JSne22 >. ....12     20     nil  June23 11     18     nil  Week's rainfall ��� 0.5 mm. June ��� 34.8  mm. 1978 ��� 66.66 cm.  J^17-23, 1977 ���10.2 mm. June 1-23,  1977*^22.6 mm. Jan. 1-June 23, 1977 ���  44.86 cm.  British-Columbia Hydro  and Power Authority  PUBLIC NOTICE  The Ministry of the Environment Pesticide Control  Branch  has  granted British Cqlumbia Hydro and Power Authority the following  Pesticide Use Permit, subject to the conditions outlined herein:  [Spot Treatment on approx, 180 Acres] {  PROJECT 105-84-78 Herbicide Use Tordon  10K Pellets for Brush Control on  Transmission Rights-of-Way  CIRCUIT U48 FROM STRUCTURE 17-4 TO 20-2 AND 50 TO 78 ��� To  cover area from Gravel Pit by Department of Highways on Highway  J 01 to Ruby Lake area, D.L. 3260 to Mine Road, West of Pender  Harbour High School, D.L. 1279, Kleindale.  CIRCUIT 1L48 FROM STRUCTURE 11-2 TO 14-9 AND 102 TO 140 -  From East oF Rod Webb Contracting,-Highway 101, D.L. 2548,  Kleindale area to ex-Robinson's Logging Road and Homesite Creek,  D.U.2536^J\Aiddl��point-orear:       -  -^-- a^.^���^  ALL MINE. This man positions  himself for a fly ball during Windsor  Plywood versus Weldwood fastball  game at Brothers Park on Thursday,  June 22. Weldwood beat Windsor 9-0.  Renegades ready for soccer  Seniors  The blooms are bloomier  By ROBERT FOXALL  To paraphrase a song that was popular  some years ago, "Their rows are neater,  their peas are sweeter, their blooms are  bloomier than mine. Oh why? This was my  reaction last Thursday after our gardeq  tour which took us successively to the  gardens of Jim Derby, John Karpenko and  Dave Hayward. In, fact, my nekt project  ,  ,,i  will be to have my whole yard paved with  green concrete. It was a delightful process  to see.those meticulously groomed gardens with their varied flower patterns and  . meiriabijhdance of yegetabels When we  , reached Hayward1s I and had duly inspected his gardens, on both sides Of the  highway, we returned to the patio to find  that Eva-had the tea cups spread out, the  teapot full and warm and all surrounded  by plates of "Goodies". Who wouldn't be  retired and be able^tc^ spend a sunny  summer afternoon on the^sjiores of the  Gulf watching the boats and shipping pass  by whilst enjoying the conversation, of  good companions?  Now to the future. Dave Hayward has  completeed plans for a bus tour into  Vancouver to, visit the various **bse  gardens on July 11. The rose gardens were  listed in a recent report. Phone Dave to  make reservations. ,  Mark July 27 on'your calendar as a  possibility for another garden tour.  A camera contest is now announced  with the theme "Elements of Happiness'!.  It ill ran" from -July 1 until Sept. 30. Up to  three prints per entry.    The important date in the immediate  future is July 15i.when wo will have the  Strawberry Tea in "Our Hall." 3ringyour  friends ahd your appetite at 2:30 p.m.  Our heartiest thanks go to our hosts The  Derbys, the Ka-rpenkos and the Haywards  for a most happy Garden Tour.  The Sechelt Renegad��s will go to  Kitimat to play in the British Columbia  Native Soccer Championships June 30 to  July '2.  The Renegades have been getting in  shape under coach Lloyd Jackson. "Lots  of running, lots of practice for this one,"  said Jackson.  "We have to beat Kispiox in the first  round to get an early crack at the championship," said goalie Tony Paul. If the  Renegades lose the first game they have to  go through a consolation circuit which will  mean playing more games to get back in  the^runifor the finals/ i    -':-   .-   -"*��� '  In the first rpund on Friday, June 30,  Sechelt plays Kispiox, Saanich Braves  play Port Edwards, Seton Lake plays  Duncan United and-Victoria T-Birds play  Hazelton.  t* * , l  On Friday aftprnoon Vernon, Ianch and  Kitimat play the winners of the first  rounds. The quarter finals are on Saturday, July 1 and the finals are on Sunday,  July 2.  The Sechelt Renegades may not move  up to the seventh division ip; the: Mainland  4eague next year. The team may remain in  the eighth division because/two teams  dropped^ut of the league and the points  that the Renegades and other teams  earned  by "defeating   those   teams   is  therefore nullified. A decision will be  made in. the fall.'  Here are the players who will represent  Sechelt at the British Columbia Native  Soccer Championships in Kitimat June 30  to July 2:  Tony Paul, Garry Feschuck, Robert  Joe, Herb " August, Earl John, Barry  Johnson, Jerry Johnson, Brad Joe, Darren  Dixon, Keith Julius, Rick August, Tom  Paul, Vern Joe, ��� Bruce Joe, Stuart  . Craigan, Angus Craigan and Willard Joe.  Advertising���  helps you judge  Tgbodfroih bad.  i i'  CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORY BOARD  CONDITIONS: .    '.���  1. That all herbicide applications be made by or under the direct supervision of-an  individual who possesses a current B.C. Pesticide Applicator Certificate.  2. That if a Contractor is hired to carry out the work, he must possess a current B.C.  Pest Control Service Licence.  '   3. That a 10 metre pesticide-free zone be maintained on all watercourses, including  streams and wetland areas.  . That the use of the herbicide be carried out on a spot treatment only basis and /  that the herbicide used be confined to the designated target species (alder,  maple, birch, cottonwood and conifers).  . That the rate of herbicide not exceed 5 Ib. a.i. (picloram)/acre and that all applications be made with manually operated equipment.  Ensure that no potable water supplies are contaminated as a result of herbicide  usage.  . That the effective date of this Permit is June 27, 1978 and that the project be  carried out within the period July 17 to September 15, 1978.  8. That the Sunshine Coast Regional District be advised of the purpose and scope of  the project and the conditions of this permit within three days of the effective"~  date of this permit. ''  9. That the general public in the treatment area be advised of the purpose and  scope of the project and the conditions of this permit by means of a press release  or newspaper advertisement within three days of the effective date of'this  permit.  10. That a copy of this permit and maps of the treatment area be posted in a public  access area of your Sechelt Office. Such posting must be made within 3 days of  the effective date of this permit and must be maintained until such time as the  "project is completed. ��� . ���" ,  tl. That this office be provided with at'least 3 days ^advance notice of the commencement of the project so that monitoring arrangements'can be made.  12. That the Basic Requirements of B.C. Government Ministries regarding the safe  use of pesticides be strictly adhered to. A copy of these Requirements is attached.  13. That the aforementioned,conditions be communicated to ALL personnel involved  in the project. '  ���14. Any inquiries with regard to this project should be directed to E.J. Hensch  District Manager, B.C. Hydro and Power Authority, Box-159,  Sechelt, B.C., VON 3A0. Telephone.No;_885-2211.  E.J. Hensch, -  District Manager,  Sechelt    ���  r^vK^  &  5^  ft'  c-  SWIMMING  LESSONS  Bobbersthru  Senior  Halfmoon Bay  &  Sechelt  ^ frhone  SANDIE  885-9796  before 6  -vl-r'*"p'C1"  f  GARDEN BAY MARINE SERVICES LTD,  SINCLAIR BAY RD.-JUST UP & OVER THE HILL  883-2722 or NIGHTS 883-2602  Immediate Repair Service-7 Days A Week  VOLVO/PENTA-HOURSTON GLASCRAFT-EZ LOAD  JVIERlmUISER-CHRYSLER ,  15' 6" "Sidewing" Hourston Glascraft (new) - $3000  42' Sailboat "Sea Falcon" (unrigged ferrocement) $35,000  18' tmmiM 1<W Wi^$4900  17' k&C Thermoglass  115 HP Evinrude-$3000  Province of British Columbia  Ministry qf Health ,  PUBLIC NOTICE  ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON  MEDICAL MANPOWER  TO THE MINISTER QF HEALTH  REQUEST FOR WRITTEN BRIEFS  The Advisory Committee on Medical Manpower (composed of mem-  ber,s from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of B,C��� the B.C.  Medical Association, the Ministry of Health, the Health Education  Advisory Council, and two lay members) Is currently examining  physician distribution In order to ensure the availability of high quality  care, and to study the most effective utilization of medical care  ��wylM^|ftBrjtlj^olyn]blflu  .__L  -    ,Tbe,,Cpjr^  for physicians, by region and,by speciality; the means of meeting  these requirements, and the various mechanisms which could be  employed to Improve tho distribution of physicians,  The Committeo, therefore, respectfully requests tho submission of  written briefs from all Interested individuals, professional associations, and the public I'n general, dn any matter pertinent to this study.  '."*����������....,. ������ . , ��� ��� '      '"������ ��� ��� ���������**.**"*���-"���'  The tlmo framoiWlth(n which this Commlttod Is working Is comparatively 6hort;,therefore, It would be appreciated If all briefs wore submitted by August 14,1978 to;  *...  ���V:'  X ;<* *->���'  Chairman,  Advisory Committee oh Medical Manpowor,  151!TBIanshartf Slroot,  ~~~VrcT(ffl^^  -.. ���  '"MX'k '''*tt''!*XrfC 'X'!' "v%j -r. r-w ���*-"���". rx ito*.-:,""'  ;^X- :',-:"\   ':��,m\.% ��� 'fw\i)h'%mnm.i.imm-.   ,       ,:\.< - ii'..,.;. ,  ���"'    ��� Chairman  -..<  ��,r  VU^  ^()*ftiu1fiM,#v n��^*&����'i*-B!��-j-r*'Ww-V*��'^* i��j(fl--*STd1ps(-Wv����T- *  11   liJ^��l��ttaiBl��p����C-��dl��flYffl*��,llJ��-.  art   ^��!��^ >fe-a^-��feHBv"'TO't*> ��l*��sw��l��-p-^wW^l'-W Iphinstone  grads������  Page C-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, June 28.1978  TThe. Elphinstone Secondary  School  graduating class of 1978:  Elaine Akins, Charlotte. Bandi,  Michele Beaudoin, Pierrette Berthelet,  Lorna Boyd, Georgina Cameron, Laura  Campbell, Loreto Camposano, Janet  Clayton, Meghan Crosby, Heather bun-  1 can, Margaret Duncan, Lea Eberle, Lynne  Eberle, Wanda1 Erickson, Cathy Forsyth,  Sybil Foss, Jlelen Frankland, Devonna  Gillmore, Lisa Graham, Alana Greig,  Patricia Gurr, Gail Head, Colleen Hoops,  Jfvonne Inglis,- - _     '  Beverley ��� Jackson, Roberta Johnson,  Cheryl Kwasnycia, Marie Leech, Magda  Lovrich, Lee McClymont, Janet Mackay,  Rebecca * McKinnon, Sally McKinnon,  Melanie Mahlman, Starr Manton, Annette  Murphy, Deborah Nestman, Laura  Nestman, Gail' Nielsen, Naomi-Ann  Parsey, Denna Paul", May Pearson,'Irigrid  Petersen, Sigrid Petersen, Michelle  Phillips, Maria Pike, Laureen Plows,  Nancy Potter, Heather Reid.  Carla Ripper, Donna Robinson, Sabine  Robinson," Elizabeth~Ruisefl7 "D oreen  ���u���.s.'i ���SIS?"'***  are pleased to announce the appointment of  Mr. Max Vandenberg  Green Hill Drive, R.R. 2, Ladysmith, B.C., ,  Telephone 245-7742 ^ (  as their distributor for Vancouver Island  and the Sunshine Coast.  V    X  :ss uX'ty'A'i: 'yy^' ~iy\>_  BINGO SPECIAL  mmm%m\W w ff/V /^"ySPv,, ^ i^ t-  ^^^^r ^mw_rrj-i n^^^W/^I^^-a'p^W'^Ri ^^mmmmmmmmw  '-WmWrt  HHEUVCe  'WM^m]Vm.m}i  -* .V-���*!*' ,->*l~*~~  ^  ,. ,..,���,������.���=,���,. X-;J,*^*��*  THE ROBERTS CREEK Women's Kirkman, Donna Koop, Lee Scott, Norton, Carolyn Cross,"iMarlene ^^Jit Varia^iraer, Jennif^WaldS"  Softball Team, 1978 league cham- Sam Gibb, Linda Taylor, Gail Bland, Longman, Velma Scruggum, Sheila Dianne wells, Lynne Wheeler, Charlene  pions, after clinching the title last   Paddy Petersen and Barb Smith.   Gibb and coach Barry Krangle. white. ���-   .  Tuesday. Top row, from left, Belinda   Bottom   row,   from  left,   Jeannie  Joel Bellerive, Ken Birkin, Laurence  Borley, Dale Brackett, David Brackett,  Clayton Carby, Steven Carey, Steven  Clayton^, William Connor, Darren Craze,  Jack O-osby,. Richard Dean, Stephen  Dulyk, Doug Dybwad, John Enevoldson,  Michael English, Peter Evans, Kevin  Forshner, Noel Fraser, Bruce Gibb, Gary  Guelph, Christopher Hill, Kevin Holland,  Eric Hopkins, Ronald Hovden, Alasdair  Irvine, William_Jamieson,_��eter_Jones,   Jack Kettle, Ernes Kingston.  Nigel Lawson, Richard Lawson, Edmund Lee, Gedeon Lizee, Timothy Mc-  Caughtrie, Gary McDonald, James  McEwan, Anthony McGinnis, Doug  Netzlaw, Leonard Page, Keith Parrell,  Brian Partridge, Eric Peters, Harold  Peterson, Gregory Petula, Scott Phillips,  Bradford Quarry, Tim Quinn, Shane  Renouf, Filippo Riftaldis^James Sallis,  Richard Simmons, Bruce Stevenson, Ian  Steward, Richard Underwood, Rory  Walker, Derrick Wong, Tom Zueff.  SUNSHINE COAST  PEST CONTROL  \X A  .-ff >   y  June 29th ��� 8:00 p.m  rENvtlf  MW��%W>mW-  [���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������I  A  J    British Columbia Hydro  ahd Power Authority  POWER OUTAGE  WEATHER CONDITION PERMITTING, ELECTRIC POWER WILL BE  INTERRUPTED AS FOLLOWS:  WEDNESDAY: July 5,1978  POWER OFF FROM 9:00 A.M. TO 12 NOOf^l  AREAS Pender Harbour High School to Earls Cove,  AFFECTED   Egmont, East Egmont, and. all side roads. ,  REASON: This Outage is necessary rtyj  to improve customer |^ V^1  -^-service.  - "   V^A^  E. HENSCH -���*S *  District Manager    ^,OL  .y  We offer a  Complete Pest  Control Service  For confidential advice  and estimate call  ��83-2531  CEDAR'S INN women's softball team  pulled out all the stops last Sunday to  defeat  league  champions  Rpberts  Creek 9-8 in the Wakefield Inn Invitational' tournament at Sechelt's  Hackett Park.  -��-  The Garden Corner  Lawn care  By Guy Symonds  BLACKCURRANTS  Pick Your Own  6591b.  Ready Picked...9571b.  TONY ARCHER FRESH VEGETABLES  886-7046  advice of a local, reliable nurseryman who  knows local soil conditions.  Just as important as the kind of fertilizer is the matter of when to apply it and  how much. Here the word is ''little and  often", remembering always that if these  grasses are forced at any one point they  will inevitably react to conform with  nature's inexorable laws of balance.  The next point is mowing, and once  again the word is "little and often": Too  close mowing has some very bad effects.  First It weakens tho grasses in the same  way that continually cutting any plant  down to ground level would; it encourages  tho growth of moss and weeds, especially  crab grass, and excessively depresses soil  fertility. Probably lawns on this pcnlasula  should not be cut shorter than one and a  half inches and if the summer is long and  hot thon two inches is better. Tho best plan  Is to let It grow to ono Inch higher than the  height ut which it is to bu kept. Then keep  taking that Inch off. And while we are on  premature, do not cut the grass late Into  the fall. It is best to let lt grow an inch  abovo the regular cutting height.  Then we come to the all important  mutter of watering and rule Is just tho  opposite to that which applies, to. fcr-  Ullzlng. instead of "llttlo and often" It  Bhould be "plentiful and seldom"! Light,  frequent sprlpkllngs will ruin a lawn (or  the reasons explatnnd in n recent column.  Tho roots will bo drawn to tho' surface  where they will get tho full effects of the  drying weather condltloas and will die.  All this goes back to our favourite  subject to which reference was made at  the start of this talk, Tho results you get  ��� tod|��y depend on theIntelligent jyorkjlone..  a year ago. If your lawn was properly built  In tbe first place, lop dressed or otherwise  red  with  good  organic  material the  preceding fall, theh tho aumrucr warmth  will try it less severely. For now tho word  necessitating a cutting every Uv/ dnys.   Is. ��� frequent, smnu applications of n  bu: white qiiourge ofurowinnm��� t��i^.e'wtoitntM(rar*in(neiitw-ijr*flPr  ir n few, weeks, iscomo mid:   peartui  cf'v,','�����������*.���..' lawn* < will   iSlmV ��..or%4��^ncs not less than qifteCLh high and ln-  Up to the time of writing, the weather  hereabouts has been just about perfect for  the gardener. Rain arid sunshine have  alternated in. the right proportldns and  enough moisture to germinate the seeds  und enough sun to promote good healthy  growth. Always provided of course that  the gardener, back last fall and winter,  prepared the soil for the job expected of it.  Now in the middle of June there is little  husbandry needed except continuous  hoeing and-or handwecdlng to preserve  the moisture for the plants tliat are  valuable to the gardener. Which always  brings to mind the Kipling comment,  "This land Is a garden, and God who made  it sees - That half a proper gardner's  work is done upon his knees."  Hut It Is time to turn one's attention to  thd lawn; because If the pattern of a dry  spring und early summer maintains, the  grass wlllneed care to preserve its beauty.  I .awns chango, weeds invade and even the  predominating species of lawn grass may  vary, so continuing nttention Is a must.  Weeds will flourish In the meanest of soil.  In fact, whatever tlio soil, something ���-  and it probably won't be grass ��� will  grow. Hy the samo token tho poorer tho  soil tho less the grass will flourish, so  nogloct generally means the disap*  penrance of the lawn.  Let's look first at tlio fertlftlJng  progrnm. Fertilizer should bo applied In  response to need as indicated by tho ap<  pcarancc of tho grasses of tho lawn. As  long as they are a good green colour and  tho normal growth ls evident, you do not  Ijnyo to worry about giving ex,UjiJfpod. But  when you do, bu sure that what you aro  glvlngja the right stuff, and thla la not  alwnys the mixture with the highest  prccenUige of nitrogen. Sulphate ot am-  nionln, for Instance, will make nn rilmost  Immediate change In the appearance of  the   lawn   with   a  PENG A MARINA  & SHIPYARD  Volvo Penta Outboard ��� Waukocha  Saloi & Service  Smith Marine Engines  Renault Marine Diesel Engine*  6 to 430 HP  2 Marino Ways ��� 1 Hydro Lift  Diving  FULL MARINA SERVICE  & ENGINE REPAIR TO ALL MAKES  ��� Do it yoursolf  service  Garden Bay, B.C.  ��� Year round  moorago  883-2535  M^''  you were going to start  stye, for a few, weeks, iscomo mid:   pearTfaco, frequent light mowing with the  ������ .:r-i.iiVi*{\,','*,*.: lawn* < will   ftfcv- ��..or^^nea not less than qfleCA-h, hi$h and, In-  djlnpkluted than lietorc. Unless youTfiro' troquoht" but suBtiimcd- watering' II  very knowledgeablej��n" the suhjfcct ft Is  'in'ul'h'safer to ustfa mixture balanced to  suit thQjgcncrnl needs and to buyjt on tho  nfiPfissflry.-OncJlnaLword,-If applying  Inorganic fertilizer, be sure to \Vatcr it in  well, otherwise ydur grass will be burned.  \i  ZaRTitipacTioni  Your, "Authorized" Frontier Dealer  Travel Tips  v  By Ken and Marsha Rodgers  Every day of driving should be planned so' that you know  just how far you wish to travel in a given period of .time.  This means, of course, checking the weather report and  allowing for stops along the road. Unexpected traffic  conditions can of course hold you up. Telephoning for a  reservation can also be helpful. If you don't make  reservations you may find yourself in a strange town trying  to locate a park in the dark. You may find many,of the nicer  parks fill up early leaving you out searching until the wee  small hours.  Driving your camper, motorhome or pulling "your travel  trailer can bo fun. Always try to stay with .the flow of the  traffic. Don't go out on the road in heavy traffic and expect  to poke along and look around. By doing this you are  creating a traffic hazard. This seems to be the worst habit  with people and their recreation, vehicles. I don't expect you  to drive beyond what your vehicle can do safely, but to use  common sense on the road. If the hills and corners are a  lilllc loo much for your unit and you find when checking your  mirror that traffic is starting to pile up behind you,<it is a  good idea lo pull over nnd let them go by. Stop, stretch,  have a lighl lunch or a coffee. Let the traffic settle down.  After all,'you are on a holiday, so enjoy it. The stop for gas  is I he lime lo got out and walk around your vehicle. Check  lo see thai everything is as it should be - tires are properly  inflated, wheel nuts secure, lights operating, oil levol OK and  ^no-oi^or-waterleBksrQenerallyTnakO^U^nhm'alllOcHiu^  If-you have,a CB. onboard, monitor channel 19. It is the  truckers channel and they are continuously checking into  condilions along the route. It helps to get the feeling of wjjftt  A.BylflKJ.% TJiu-elKhU��en-whoelor.s-nro-ih�� prol*<)ssi()nuis, if"  you have a problem*!hey are the first, to help. A word of  caution, don't pass the time of day jn idle conversation on  thofr channel or (hoy mightdnveovefybur  Driving down the road is part ol what having a recreation  vehicle is all about. The feeling of freedom cruising down the  highway, a new experience around the next, corner/Feeling  fluxed and comfortable in your home away from homo,  knowing thai when you made Iho purchase it was worth  every cent, so enjoy, enjoy, enjoy:  �����     ��'.*��> ^ VA, ;������������ ������'>"< ,1 ������ I / /���',__,���  ..'.,.. Ps  Fitftcss. Ih yburriicariiTyoiiTkiiovv it's right.  M*H{in^hi'^^'Mw��M-!^^a#iii*j��l^*pTiWiiis^w^ �����  c'W^^SWlrt^fiMSBB&O*-^  (���>SiWW�����s**iW^i'^imW>^^  W*ah, M4 ��.ihm.i<. w��ras����=*s*iS(t fctto&atst&mnwi^iGi^^  ~���* ���,  i'i'.. J'' ;,- ���' ^5   /..._  v-"  Or    'ut^r^W^TO^^^aivw-^^-Wou-a^^^  e-l^uUK^U^B^iCJClciuoaaw,  Elphinstone's bursaries and awards  '  The following bursaries were presented  last Saturday at the Elphinstone Secqn-  -dar-y-School-graduationcerjemQny:-  -Royal-Ganadian-tegion���Branch-140:~  academic ��� Jennifer Waldie, vocational  ��� Peri Berthelet.  Margaret. Lamb Memorial Bursary:  nursing ��� Charlotte Bandi.  \ Sechelt  Auxiliary  to  St.   Mary's  hospital: nursing ��� Lisa Graham.  \< Inglis Memorial: academic ��� Lorna  Boyd. v    '  Sechelt & District Chamber of Com-  njierce: academic ��� Bruce Gibb.  ���j" Elphinstone ���'' Co-op:   academic " ���  Melanie Mahlman, academic ��� Janet  MacKay. " /'  Royal Canadian Legion Ladies, Branch  X&Q:' vocational ��� Michael English,  vocational ��� Eric Hopkins. ^-~  3 Sechelt Teacher's Association:  Teaching ��� Nancy Potter, teaching ���  Lynn Wheelqr, teaching ��� Laura Campbell.  ? Sunshine Coast Lions Club: academic  ��� Colleen Hoops.  David Hill Memorial Bursary  (Canadian Paperworkers Union):  vocational ��� Lyn Eberle, vocational ���  Lori Thibault.  - ,    ~*  Gibsons Lions Club: non-academix ���  academic ��� Kenneth Birkin.  Sir Arthur Pearson Awar.d (CNIB):  -Annette-Murphy. '-���  *   *   *  The following Elphinstone Secondary  School students received awards last  Friday for, achievement throughout the  school year:  ACADEMIC & SUBJECT PRIZES  Kinsmen's Club: Social Studies II Book  Prize ��� Jim Douglas.  Legion Auxiliary, Branch 109: Top  Grade 8 Social Studies ��� Dennis Holding.  ._ . French Consulate ;__.Graduate Book  Award ��� Lorna Boyd.  Sechelt Sew Easy: Senior Textiles  Award ��� Rebecca McKinnon.  Sechelt Sew Easy.. Junior Textiles  Award ��� Dianne Campbell.  Cloe Day Award: Best Senior Commerce Student ��� Maria Pike, Lorna Boyd.  v Don Brown Mug: Junior Typist Award  ��� Julie MacFarlane.  IE AWARDS  I,E. Grade 8 Award: 'Steven Gentles,  Heather Cattanach.  Woodwork:   David  Brackett -^donated by Gibsons Building  ��� Supplies.  Metalwork: -Steve  Carey  ���  j Donated by Kenmac Parts. Automotive:  Derrick Wong ��� donated by Auto Marine  -TEl^otric-T-^faltmgH���E;r4e-Hopkifij  ���v >'���  ���Canadian--Forest -Products���Ltd.-:-  academic ��� Gary Guelph. .  Royal Canadian Legion, Ladies  Auxiliary, Branch 109: academic ��� Harry  Peterson,-vocational ��� Wanda Erickson.  Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 109:  academic���Annette Murphy, academic ���  Shane Renouf. ' L   ,  Sunshine Coast Kiwanis: vocational ���  Carla Ripper.  ���--Roland-Kerbis-Memorial Fund:, music  ��� Janet Clayton. &  District Government Scholarship:  donated_by Link Hardware  - Music Awards: Allan Carrol. Science  ~Prize for best understanding and application of scientific principles: Shane  Renouf,  Presentation __ of Yearbook Awards:  Lorna Boyd, Sybil Foss, Charlene White,  Maria Pike, Michelle Phillips, Jennifer  Waldie, Deanna Paul, Wanda Erickson.  I SERVICE AWARDS         -=^Grade =8 :=-Shannoiu-Macey, =Heather.  Cattanach.  Grade    9:    Reg   Morel,    Nadene  Smethhurst, Cathy Swirihart, David  Douglas, Kelly Henry. -  ���Grade-10rKarHohnston,'DeanMartinr  Gradeill: MarlTJiew, J efFriedman,  Kim Almond, Jim Douglas.  Grade 12: Melanie Mahlman/Laura  Campbell, Michelle Phillips, Beverly  Jackson, Lynn Wheeler, Jennifer Waldie,  Bruce Gibb, Diane Seymour.  CERTIFICATES:  . **To the' Grade 12s who climbed Mt.  Elphinstone: Ken Birkin, Scott Phillips,  Joel Bellerive,, Eric Hopkins, Keith-  Parrell, Peter/Jones. ^ ^  ATHLETIC AWARDS 1977-78       {  '~ Senior girls volleyba*UjyTvT ��� Colleen  Hoops, junior girls volleyball MVP ��� *^im^  Anderson, bantam girls basketball* MVP~^  ��� Shannon Macey, bantam boys  basketball MVP ��� Peter Hautala, bantam  boys BB ��� Sportsmanship ��� Allan Carrol,  junior girls basketball MVP ��� Norine  Fraser, junior girls BB ��� Sportsmanship  ��� Mairi Robertson, junior girls most  improved ��� Nadene Smethhurst, senior,  girls basketball MVP ��� Colleen Hoops.  Steven-Fallows   trophy   senior   girls  basketball ��� Sportsmianship ��� -Lynn  Wheeler. Junior boys basketball MVP ���  Colin Risebrough, senior boys basketball  WE��dc&sM��rac^  -ioaches-tcophy��� Bruce Gibb, Kampman  trophy for Sporsmanship ��� Brad Quarry.  Rugby5best back���Gary Guelph, rugby  best forward ��� Hugh Duffy, Rugby most  inspirational ��� Randy Rottluff, Rugby  - MVP -r- Rick Lawson.  Boys track���Mike Fyles, girls track ���  Christine Campbell. Ridgeway (best boy  \pv girl in own track meet) ��� Cathy  Swinhart. A&A Gant Award ��� most  , promisihg'all-round boy_��� Peter Hautala;^  A&A Gant Award��� most promising all-  . round girl ��� Lisa Bjornson. 100 Mile Club  ��� Mark Slack, Janet MacKay.  LARGEE  J Grade 12: David Brackett, Walty  Nygren, Bruce Gibb. Grade 11: Laurie  Hill, Larry Lineker, Jeff Mulcaster.  SMALL E  -Grade 12  Lori'Thibault, Brian Partridge, Janet MacKay, Harry, Peterson,  Darren Craze. Grade 11: Bruce Northway,.  Peggy Swanson, Maureen Forsyth. Grade  10: Michael Partridge. Grade 9: Heather  Hogan, Joe Unger. s  CURLING AWARDS  Sechelt Peninsula News Trophy '78:  Jim McEwan, Michael MaxfiekLSteve  Young  Royal Bank Trophy ��� 78 League:  Harold Peterson, Geoff Butcher, Shane  **   Renouf.  AGGREGATE AWARDS .  Grade 8: Sigrid Skogma ��� John Wood  Trophy. Grade 9: Mairi Robertson ���  Truman Trophy. Grade-10: Trudy Vedoy  ��� B. Rankin Trophy. Grade 11: Maureen  Forsyth ��� Mrs. David Rees Trophy.  (Srade 12; Collen Hoops ��� Ex-Elphie  Trophy.  JUNEi WIISON presents Grade 12 Saturday night's graduation  graduating student Colleen Poops ceremonies. The award is presented  with the Aggregate Award at last   to the outstanding student of the year.  The fit  never quit  pamicipacnan  The Canadian movwwni to* p#noM Mmm  Fitness. In your heart you know \\\ right.  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