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 V  ���X ���*'  ��� *    ��  TJibsons aldermen- last Tuesday, gave  first reading to a zoning by-law amendment which, according to Village Plaf-w  Rob Buchan, would re-zone almost hah of  the villagejto permit a residential density  more, than 10 times greater than is now  allowdd in that~area.~   JUi��_byj4awjwould re-zone the strip of  landbetween Stewart Rd. arid the village  boundary from its current R-4 zone���  which permits minimum two acre lots���to  R-3���which limits minimum lot sizes" to ,'  6,000 square feet for a single familyy  dwelling and 8,000 square feet for a duplex.  Gibsons" alderman and planning  committee chairman Ted Hume told the  Times that.the by-law is being pushed  through before the implementation of the  Gibsons vicinity sub-regional plan, which  according to Hume proposes a conflicting  medium density zone, for the" area.  And Kevin Ryan, chairman qf the sub-  regional plan committee, agreed', calling it  a "race between the committee and the  village to see whose by-law is in effect  first,"  ' Buchan, however, said that "actually  there is no conflict whatsoever���the bylaw is in compliance with4he.plan as last  agreed upon."        /  ���   '  ^\  "I'm a little closer to the situation than  Mr. Hume," said/Buchan, "and11 don't  The Peninsula  Serving the Sunshine Coost   (Howe Sound to Jefvis Inlet), including Port Mellon   Hopkins lending   Granthams Landing   Gibsons.  Roberts Creek  Wilson Creek. Solma Park   Sechelt. Halfmoon Bay. Secret Cove. Pender Hrb.   Madeira Park   Garden Bay   Irvines Landing   Earls Cove   Egmont  2nd Class Mail  Registration No.  1142  Phone    \  885-3231  Union fJn'&S'?*'? Label  20 Pages>- 20c Copy  think he has all the information."  \When informed of Buchan's statement,  Ryan said it was Buchan, ribt Hume, who  was confused.  In a telephone conversation with Ryart^  .. prior to the last plan committee meeting, _  Ryan said Buchan asked for a change in  the sub-regional plan to accomodate the  re-zoning of the property from R4 to the  higher density R-3 zoning.' -  Ryan said he told Buchan that the  committee would "review" the request.  J.ARGEST READERSHIP OF'ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 16���No. 32  21  CNA  Wednesday, July 12,1978  Roberts Creek  aze arrives  SECHELT   AND   Gibsons   were  inundated last weekend by a pack of  Marina  Gibsons Alderman lxirry Tremor an^-  village marina committee member Ian  Morrow last week outlined the latest plans  for the village's marina~-project���a 375  berth facility which mayj/eyentually be  expanded to a total of 533 berths.  Tbe plan, previously presented in  somewhat less detailv by * the village  committee, has been designed^by Victoria  Engineering. It begins just noftlTofTtfie"  government wharf and extends for 400  meters parallel to the shore to a point  short of Armours Beach.  The project features-a fixed breakwater with a channel separating it at one  end to allow for flushing of the berthage  area, ��� ��� '���."������,'"       '  The area along the shoreline would be  dredged anfl a parking area to accomodate  222 to 244 vehicles built up.  Morrow.-.paid Current estimates are that  the marina will cost about $2 million and  the village is hoping to get half the money  through; an Environment Canada grant,  He said there are prospects for raising a  .substantial portion.of the balance through  provincial grants.     '  Morrow also said the new plan has been  tentatively rovicwed by the Small Boats  and Harbours branch office* in Vancouver  and that agency raised no objections to the  (   design.  The next step for the village, Is completion  of engineering,   economic   and  r   were promoting Roberts Creek Daze,  set for this weekend, July 14-16.  I 533 boats  .   ~ ��� - i '��� * -   *���  environmental studies. Past that stage, ^    "If everything goes right," said  the proposal will be submitted to council   Morrow, "work could start as ��� early as  for approval and will then go to public v March 1979; or perhaps November 1979.  referendum prior to application ifor        "He said the village currently has 170  federal funding.   ,       /���,    , <    '"   applications for berthage at the marina.  No new access for Park Ave;  Following is a schedule of events for  Roberts Greek Daze, July 14-16. All  peninsula residents are invited-to the  celebration.  July 14 ��� 6 p.m. ��� challenge softball  game between Roberts Creek Womens'  team and the���J3eachcomber cast-crew.  Roberts Cr. Elemeny school grounds 8:30  p.mT^'outdoor yputh discadance, $2 per  person, Roberts Creek school grounds.  July- 15���10 AM���Higgledy Piggledy  Parade; starting at Hall Road (Roberts  jCx.^lUimd)^LiJ]^^.10k.D.r.ess.up.your.  dog, your- dad, doll, bike, buggy, paint your  ���face and -join in the procession. You can  pre-registerby phoning Herb at 885-3182 or  just arrive at the Masonic parking lot at  9:30.       :-   ���_  11 AM���soa^pbox derby from the cdhier  of Beach Avenue ��� Hall Road, (by the  store). Entry forms at Seaview Market.  12 noon���at "downtown" Roberts Creek  on down to the wharf a whole slew of activities begin; kids' games; toy boat races  (boats made on the spot���materials  provided); bingo; crown & anchor;  display of local crafts; backgaamon  tournament; good food���fresh juices,  shish kabob, greek salads to name a few;  live music; soapbox���recite your latest  poem, spout off your philosphy on life;���  dunk tank -^ dunk your local celebrity;  face painting.  1 PM���wrist wrestling.  2 PM���afternoon tea behind Roberts  Creek Post Office���tea cup" reading with  Madame X.  7. 3 .PM;���swimming- races in' the .creek.,-  9 PM to 1 AM���Boogie to Duster at .the  Roberts Creek Hall. Sold out.     ���"-     .-,  July 16���2 or 3 PM ���clean up followed  by: pot luck supper on the beach, bring  your favorite dish. '7  -���The-pommittee-later-decided-fcrstiek-  with   the "medium   density   zoning  requirements for the area.  Buchan did not attend the meeting and  Ryan said he thinks Buchan "might have  misunderstood" and thought the plan was  '.clianged to suit the re-zoning.  7 Part of the confusion in the matter  seems to. revolve around individual  definitions of "medium" density.  "Pretty well, most of the village is  zoned R-3 now and I'd say the whole  village is zoned medium density," said  ���Buchan. --.-..  He said it could be argued that if the,  area remained in the R4 zoning, that itself  _w_ouldconflict with the sub-regional plan.  "Then it would be a low density zone," he  said.  ,  Ryan- said that the committee's  definition of medium density zoning is  minimum half acre lots, approximately  three times larger than the R-3 zoning  minimum of 6,000 square feet considered  by Buchan to be medium density zoning.  The committee is "adamant about  keeping the half acre lots" for this area to  serve as a buffer between the more densely zoned areas surrounding the village  core and the rural area, Ryan said.  Hume said the area is being re-zoned  now, before the sub-regional plan is ap-  proved, because of finances.  "We simply cannot affoVd tq service  Lots" that size," said the alderman. And  Hume said once the plan is okayed the  -village will have no choice but to accept its  -provisions.  When asked if the bylaw amendment is  in compliance with the plan, Hume answered: "No, not w,ith the plan as  proposed right now."  Buchan also added that since the plan is  only tentative as yet "you can't really pick  out anything that conflicts with something  ,not final."  fhe planner said the re-zoning is being  done at this particular time because it is  part of an overall five-year bylaw review.  He said the R-4 zoning was created in  1973 when the Gibsons zoning bylaw was  instituted as a "holding zone" until the  .direction of planning in the village was  certain.   ������������-.;������������- ���       ���"  7 "The R-4 zone has outlived its  usefulness,'' he said, "half the village is  now zoned for two acre lots, which is  ridiculous."  '..;. But Buchan said that the provisions of  the sub-regional are not the reasons for the  re-zoriing at this time. "They're really two  different issues," he said.  And thiat's where the matter stands  now.  "It's a mess," said Ryan.  Roberts Creek residents have voted 34-  30 in favor of no Dept. of Highways work  done on the controversial Park Ave. beach  access.  The vote was taken at a July 7 meeting  at the Roberts Creek Community Hall,  despite a plea by Park Ave. resident'Joe  Belanger to stop the ballot on the grpunds  that the meeting Was "of no legal standing."  Gesturing furiously at meeting  chairman and Area D Director Harry,  Almond, Belanger said the meeting was  not legal because it was never, duly  publicized and that a vote should not be  taken before first determining who is a  ^legal resident and who is not.  Almond, who repeatedly banged his  gavel throughout;Belangcr's spccch,itt<iild;  him: "I recognize 99 per cCnt of the people  here!" He also said th<? piceting was not  meant to be a "legal" meeting, butjust an  informational meeting for his guidance.  Belanger left the hnll With four dr five  others to a chorus of boos and aplause  when he urged all who agreed the meeting  was not legal-to walk out with him.  After Belanger, who is in favor of a  widened and cleared road allowance,  straight to the beach, left, a vote was taken  between (A) ��� a minimum road constructed by Highways and (B) ��� ho Highways work, a footpath and marked road  allowance boundaries.        ���  B won by four votes, but the outcome  might have beendifferent If Belanger ahd  his supporters,had stayed for the ballot..  Almond said after the vote that he  would take the result-to Tucker Forsyth,  District Manager of Highways. "Yes, I'll  follow, the vote, what else can I do?" .  He later told The Times that he expects  to have n<? problem with the Department of  Highways and the people's decision,  "Forsyth has said he will do what the  people want," he. said!  "I know it was a close vote, but we have  to follow the democratic prdcess and,do  iwhat the majority of the people want,",,  said Almond. '  " Sechelt School District trustees last  Thursday gave final approval to a $1  million capital expense proposal which  will enable the district to borrow funds for  construction projects at eight area schools-  and for relocation of the school board  offices next year.  The major undertaking on the list is  construction of a new Bowen Island  Elementary School, for which a total of  $697,196 has been authorized for site  - acquisition, the -building itself and  equipment.  -All of the nine projects are eligible for  partial provincial funding. The proposal,  "originally passed by the board Junel, wa&  authorized by the Lieutenant-Governor in  Council June 22. ,.' '     /  ' "'^.  '"The second largest proposed' ex't  penditure is $55,700 for the relocation of  the school board offices. ..:. .  District Secretary-Treasurer Roy Mills  said the district's lease on its present  location adjacent to the Gibspns.rnunicipal  off ices expires-in one year7' .  Rather than continue the arrangement,  the7boafd has d^idedtolnake use of the  district-owned portable building which has  housed Pender Harbour Secondary  stndents during construction of that area's  new school..,  Mills said that at present the district  has three options.        -  The Village of Gibsons has offered the  board a lot on���Marine-Drive, difee^ly-  below the current offices, on a 20-yeff  renewable lease at the token rate of $1 per  year.  Other posibilities include locating the  new offices on the 15.6 acre Chatelech  Junior Secondary site in Sechelt or on a  district-owned lot at the corner of Lockyer  and Highway 101 In Roberts Creek.  Also included in the capital expense  proposal are: $22,000 foF a fire protection  sprinkler system for Madeira, Park  Elementary; $55,000 for fire sensihg and  ihtruder detection systems for Elphin-  -stone Secondary and.Gibsons.and.E^3e^.s  , Creek elementaries; $15,000 for a possible  .he^ septic tank and field for Langdale  Elementary; $41,052-to cover construction  cost overruns for Chatelech Junior  Secondary; $"12,000 for chemistry 11���12  equipment, and $2,250 for a sewer hookup  for Sechelt Elementary.  The proposal also includes a standard  11 percent fee and contingencies  authorization for the above project in the  amount of $79,650, and $14,000 for various  minor renovations.  The borrowing authorization is effective until December 31, 1979.  Residents oppose Hopkins pub  Sechelt storm sewer  in council  Secholt aldermen last Wednesday  approved Installation of storm sewers for '  the blocks east and south of the ,ln-  -4ereectlon-oHnlet"and "Dolphin'"Srfcisrsan'iil"  authorized the paving of Inlet between'  Cowrie and Boulevard. '  Tlio storm sewer project was assigned  to the Don Mac company on a cost plus  basis. Don Mac had submitted a low  tender of $3ll527 for the work, but council  decided to gamble on a ftonniblc savings  under |,hc cost plus contract.       ��  T|io project, expected to begin shortly,  *wns* estimntctltotnke Hcvcn days for  completion. Melting snow In the urea  cntiicr produced  considerable flooding  as a result, of the Inadequate drainage,  The Inlet paving extension was  csUmu^  for a 40-fbot) width, which will allow  parking along the east side of the street.  Village Clerk, Tom Wood expressed  some concern about paving over the old  wooden culvert which extends tho longth  of the strip. Alderman Morgan Thompson,  however, noted that the" culvert liad  supported the heavily loaded trucks  crossing It during tho current sower  constructon work and said a recent cx-  cnvntlonir the"AW Indicated thaftW  culvert's timbers havo not deteriorated  substantially. ,     '  About 55 people attending a public  meeting at Langdale Elementary last  Thursday were overwhelmingly opposed  to a proposed marine pub at the present  Hopkins Landing store site.  Area F Regional Board director Bernie  Mulligan, who chaired the meeting said,  "I can see no'point In pursuing the application to rezone any further to tho  Regional Board." Mulligan said he has  received four letters, a number of  telephone calls and a petition with approximately 65 names against the pub.  One resident said angrily, "rye^g-pjl,   ~kidsthat"SWlm"at*tllo'''b'eac"li by the.store*  and I don't want it. People whip up and  down4hat highway'all the time!"  Don Bland president of th^ Hopkins  Landing Community Association said that  a petition against the pub had 80 names on  it. He said, "A pub will attract gas and oil,  refuse and a lot of strange people, More  boats mean more waterskiors and  therefore more hazards, Non residents  have little interest in the welfare of the  people that live in the area and there  would bo a dramatic increase in the noise  level.",.,,  Bland .charged that "the building has  un inadequate septic system and the entrance to Point Road at Hopkins is a  i)an.Berous^)^ as far as ilcddcnts are   " concornccl?'" "* "* ""'"  Ernie Davies, a resident of Hopkins  'Landing, said, "So many people that have  ���See Page A-3  Prince Rupert administrator  named Elphinstone principal  A,  The :t(!-ycnr-old principal of Prince  Rupert Secondary School has boon named  principal of Elphlnstono Secondary for the  197(1-79 school yoar.  Barrfc Houlton will replace Don  Montgomery who,has been principal at  Elphinstone for seven years, Montgomery  has requested a reassignment to teaching,  Houlton lias l)cen principal of Prince  ttupcrt, which has nn enrolment or, 670  studonts, for five years. A graduate of  UBC "nnd Western Washington State  ���C^UeM^-lMUwa-lHHMVtt teacher ��nd ��d-  inlnliitrator in the Holland and Burnaby  school districts In1 addition to Prince  Mgryflfoger^  Harry Almond moments before   lost Friday.  Belanger called tho   is n founder of Itho Prince import Big  Belanger and a handful of supporters   meeting "Illegal."       1, . ,,    ���__���Brothera,.eliapt��r and has been prcflUWnt  of the Prince Rupert Scuba Club.  Houlton is married and has a daughter.  Ills hobbles Includo sporta, lapidary and  outdoor activities such as hiking and  cycling.  Sooholt School District Supt, John  Donley snld Houlton was selected from  anions 29 applications for jtho* position/  none of which were from Jnsldo tho  district.  Ilo said that during the interviewing  process Houlton "came through very  iitroi\gly  ua w  prlnclpul 4odlctttcd  to  Jpvclopln&-seU,-dlafiiplInc, ��mL.personal  responsibility In ^students", Me nlso hns a  strong personal orlentaUon,)Jo.1phwr^g,^  "Ho sccpied to bo a sincere, commlted   P"N BLAND speaks against a, a. public  mooting  at   Langdalo  educator, ftrong In orjgnnlzBttQnflL.��hU,^inarine.pub.that.Rodney-Bnterprl8es "^(JhiejiitrirjF 6n JWy 6.       :  nofi��iifp~M hast proposed for Hopkins Landing at .. .  tS~X)  $1 million approved  for school construction  *  m<#Miv$4&y&f&w0^^  ^���w^Wiw^ptr^^wMtw^  , \  ,p .A,,, . ,   '> . I  \ Dennis Fi��gerald, Editor,  77* - k'^yjree pmsfc the vttskeping guardian, a/  '  "'"   k^ry'.t^erkghtihM'fiee men prize." \    ,  k Winston Churchilf  7 A coining event  .  Just a brief notice of a coming   disturbing that our regional directors  event that will bear watching.. appear to take it so lightly that not a  -^SecheU_CoiiicU_will_ shortly con-   word ofjfofectionj-vas raised when  they considered their re-zoning  request.  If Sechelt approves the changes  and the Regional District then lends  its stamp of approval, it will indeed be  A great deal of time, money and a,sad day. Because the plan will then  earnest thinking went into formation be effectively reduced to a morally  of the Sechelt Vicinity plan, and it's   worthless scrap of paper.   sider two applications for re-zonings  contrary to the Sechelt Vicinity Elan  ��� one of the applications from the  Sunshine Coast Regional District  itself.  Between the lines  Chamber thanks  derby workers  Editor, The Times:  TR^GibswTs^and_Districlrehamber~of--  Commerce wishes to thank the following  for their participation in the secondWnuaF  Gibsons  World  Championship   Dogfish  Derby:  SuperValu, Molsons, CBC, Bob  Clothier, Bruno Gerussi and the Beachcombers crew, Norpac Fisheries, Toledo  ���Scales,���Boy -Scouts,���Navy��� League -and-  - Curling-Rink.  Smitty's, Mike Smith, marine biologist,  Russ Mahoney, author of "The Dogfish  Cookbook", Miss Chamber of Commerce,  Laurie Plows, and all the wharf workers  too numerous to mention.   JDirMeKaeTpresidentr  the goqcTnew cfdys  By Dennis Fitzgerald  "^eanutSjjpopcorn,L hptdogs^.^  Something's happining in Roberts  Creek, but it isn't Joe Belanger.,  For the last year or more,there has  been a growing sense of community  identity and a blossoming co-  operativeness in Roberts Creek.  by the residents of Roberts Creek, but it's  for the whole peninsula. Come see an old  community which is newly discovering  itself.  Oh, and Mr. Belanger. The gentleman  has recently distinguished himself during  Something's gone wrong if their  handiwork attracks your attention  This is the fourth in a series"61 stories  about the people who work "behind the  Nick's, but she does have to check out each  day's-requirements to make sure everyone  requirements are quite different though,"  Ilona , explains.   "Film  is  much  more  Wray is leaving  Resource Society  Editor, The Times:  As co-ordinator of the -Community  Resource-Society's Volunteer Bureau I  have often publicized a need for volunteers  through your newspaper: You have" also  obliged me by printing numerous articles  informing the public about volunteer  -ctetivitfes-aiwiTdisplaysrStteh as-t-he-reeent-  "Afghan display'1-.  Again I. jwould like to utilize your  newspaper tojnform the general public of  impending changes*within the Volunteer  Bureau. I have submitted my resignation,  effective August 11, as I will be leaving the  Peninsula to further my education in  Social Sciences.  -_ I would like to take., this-opportunity to-  thank all the volunteers for their time,  effort and dedication, and I trust they will  "ironically", one* of the sprmgboards~for"'lKe garble ^iim^Sia'nPa'rk Avenue^���scenes of-ffiii^eacnvcmb they may possibly need. ��� sensitive-than video and I have to keep   continue to give their support to the future  !r��      nAi*r     AMimlt      trrftn      *-Krt      InHrT      n��A/Mnd      nP /IfiUnfA     W\wT     *\����/\*Vt/\tlVl ft     ��i     r\C\W.e*f\Y\r. llr,* irt     r*V\/4  1 i.' *      rf"1 Jl~ ���_*.���" ~ rPVft <-t**S*    IP    n    TVt/\w��1i4     nC   /1-lff AM/sn/)n    Vln^inAnn a\T ��*���*���* Tr,T1 ��X     1r��f\lriTI <T      0 0      fl ��S +11 T�� ol      Ort      -TUt C? C1K1Q 11 J,   this new spirit was the long process of  developing a community plan. I say  ironically because in some areas -���  notably Pender/Harbour and the Sechelt  vicinity ��� formulating the plans has  produced/more acrimony than neigh;  bourly^gdod will. The Gibsons vicinity plan  is being hugely ignored by all who should  beconcerned, and the Sechelt village plan  is puddling along with somewhat better  _support butlittle passion.  IrT Roberts creekrTieweverrputting"  together the plan served to educate a fair  number of people about their community.  And perhaps-more importantly it thrust  together into the same room a cross-  section of the area's residents ��� many of  whom had been suspiciously eyeing each  other across the generation gap since the  bad old days when the counter culture was  nowhere more counter than it was in  Roberts Creek.  To their mutual "surprise, these people  began to find that they agreed on'a''large  number of things and that they could work 4   ,A     m,   ���,.  together.       V    ;���'���    '   ,  " -       r ^.^dijtor, The Times  Things began to happen  The community association, which had  been composed largely of older residents,  got a transfusion of younger bloqd and  began attracting more members as it took  up issues of community concern.  The Parents'' Auxiliary at Roberts  Creek Elementary has always been ��� and  continues toi'be"X- ai relativelysmairgroup,  composed mostly of mothers. But Roberts  Creek is one of the few local schools that  has such a group at all, and the  organizational skills that the members  acquire through trial and error ��� how to  put together a successful dance, how to  make a committee committed ��� have a '  spin-off value as the auxiliary members  apply themselves to other endeavors.  v Roberts Creek Daze, for instance.  Technically/the Daze committee is a  sub-committee of the Community,  Association's Ways & Means Committee,  an ad hoc body which was formed* to build  local support for a new community hall  yvhen that project appeared to bo faltering  under the aegis,of the Regional District's  recreation committee,  ��� In fact, the Daze committee has drawn  heavily from the parents "auxiliary a*M  i from people who were set in motion during  tlje cornH.ninlty,Rfe  "Irom   the "coimriuhity   association's  membership.  ,    And Robertf? Creek Daze, while still  effectively) a fund-raiser for the Ways &'  , Means Committee, has emerged moro  significantly as an expression of the now '  community, spirit in Roberts Creek.   It's an ambitious undertaking'' particularly'for a group .which has never  pulled off anything moro complicated than  a Saturday night dance.        , .  This tlmo thoy have to worry about two  debate by promoting a personalistic and  antagonistic style of confrontational  politics which is totally at odds-withJhe,  spirit of tolerance and cooperation which  so many other people haye been earnestly  practising.  One suspects that he may have political  ambitions, but whatever his motives his  approach is disturbing.  Cooperation among persons of diverse  backgrounds and lifestyles is a fragile  ^onstFuetionr-T-heFe-ar-e-^lerity-of-issues  ahead which may test the new-found  cooperativeness and it would be a shame  to see the bad'old days revived."..  READERS RIGHT  production in Gibsons.  By MARIANNE WEST  *Te*Prepared," the motto of the Boy  ''Scouts, is also the watchword of Marcella  Hajek who looks after the costumes for the  cast of the Beachcombers. "A lot of film  and money can be wasted because some  small item doesn't match or because one  of the actors doesn't have a spare shirt,"  she explains.  The costumes required for each episode  -are-assembled-by the wardcQbe_depart;  ment in Vancouver,,so Marcella doesn't  have to worry in advance about having the  right sort of rig for a visiting relative of  Mr. Whi|e disregards~the  basic points in my letter  Reference Mr. H. White's comments  about my letter of 28 June concerning  yUrate 'those-who INCREASE theirs,  despite theVaised Assessments. When we,  as individuals, find our personal financial  -positions being continually erroded by  inf lationThopefully atnotnjore-thanJOper  cent per year) I can not evoke ecstasy at  the compulsion to, pay mill rate tax increases of 20, 30 or", in my overall bill, 40  percent!' ���  I reiteratey.we should compaigrifora  fair system of property taxation, where  appeals could be made at any of the three  stages of the production of our actual tax  bill. 1) Upon Assessment, 2) After mill  rate assertation and finally, 3) Upon  receipt of the Ifinal tax bill.  Lastly, unlike some people, I have no  political axe to grind and I would require  the system outlined aboye from govern  taxation. t/   ~���  Firstly, I did not err in the placement of  my decimal points; that/happened  somewhere in the "Peninsula Times"  offices. Regardless, anyone reading "The  Press" would have seen my letter  reproduced correctly!? 37   >77:r:  Secondly, Mc/White appears to purposely choose.to/disregard the basic points  in, and my reasons for, writing the letter.  It was and still is my intention to generate  an interest and an awareness, in my fellow  taxpayers, of the percentage changes in  this year's mill rates. ,  I.chose this method of portraying the  unhappy situation, as we all have different  'Dollar Taxes" and are afT(throughout the v ment party and whichever organizations  Sunshine   Coast)   subject   to   different   are supposedly pursuing our interests and  charges dependent on Services provided.  Mill rates,' however, are the same for all in  the same area fpr the same Service. ,  Therefore, I will continue to laud those  who DECREASE their mill rate and  welfare.  Trusting this deliniates my position  precisely,  ���   i   ' Barbara J. Brodeur  Sakinaw Lake  Francis Gary Powers  was an honorables man  Editor, The Times:  The John Burnsldo article, GARY  FRANCIS POWERS (Coast News, Juno  27) is a disgusting example of how far an,  uninformed'Journalist will allow his  imagination to wander in order to develop  a phoney, moralistic,' antl-Amor.lcan  themo and In: tho process, defile the  memory of a courageous man.  As a longtime personal friend of Gary  *llunc^^  .bench cookout. a raffle, food concessions,   2 program from Its Inception to Its enn-  n ten, puppet show, street theatre, soap   collation, I know I'm qualified to set tho  7%7<  box derby, various games for kids and  mlu Its, crafts booths, and ...  ��-.. And unlike tho Timber Days and Soa  Cavalcade committees, the Daze Tgroup  doesn't have much to drawn on ln terms of  local sorvlco clubs and sponsoring  buolneaoess, By nnd large, they're dolpg It  all themselvos. If thoy succeed, It will  probably bo because nobody- told thorn  tliey couldn't.  Tho'celebration this weekend Is of and  ^EPENINSULA>^  Published Wednesday* ��t Seehell  on H.C.'n Sunshlno CohM  The Ponlnsula   rorNwestpie��rFiibnemi<fflradr ���*"**"  ' ��� ���   f 7tf SeclicltrH,Cr~"*'-^-'-"���7-  ^.v-iw4J/��p,^,<;)*/4d'i.,Jfl^','p'"'^',:';i'''*  record straight.  l.Tho name Is Francis Gary Powers,  - not Gary Fj-nhcls.  2, Gary Powers did not dto last week as  tho article stated, ho was killed In July  ,..1077,,., ,���;.,.;,;���,,.,,,7   '" ',   3. Ho never carried a cyanide pill.  f The pilots never wore ordered or ovon  suggested to commit suicide Tlio means  wore provided, but for a different reason,  llw ovor flights crossed vast unpopulated  areas and should they crash and become  seriously injured with no hopo of rescue,  thoy had tho cholco of sulcldoto a possible  slow agonizing death or,torture If captured, ��������� "���" ��������� ��� -  Gary's wife did not lonv<htlm because  of ompurrttHBmont, Barbara Powers  developed <r serious drjnklng and othor  problems. Sit(Hwna far from being an ''all-  Americanglrl^Theyiire^Trepnrated nnrf  on the varge ofdivprce long bfcforo his  cpuntrymen, jjnable to find a job. Net so,  Ciary loft the Air Force by choice (ds|idid  most of the pilots) and on return Immediately went to work for Lockheed  Aircraft Corporation In Burbunk,  California as a chief test pilot and doing  what ho loved mijst ������ flying U-2s. Ho  continued with l^ckhced ui\d tho U-2  program for ovor 10 years until the  military phase-out of tho U-2s. He then  chosoto workfor the radio*statlonr ���"-  7. None of his government superiors,  business associates or frlonds felt any 111  will toward Gary for his not committing  suicide. Wo .never expected him to, ,  8, The U-2 progrnm was recognized as  tho "most successful reconnulssanco,  espionage proJQCt In history", It was  conducted during the. "cold war,"7by,a  select group of dedicated technical experts  who sustained an "ospi^t do corps"'  throughout a world-wide network that may  never bo equalled.  Discrediting the program by Implying  sinister, inhumane suicide plots Is "cheap  I shot" journalism and totally a flgnjont of  the editor's Imagination, '  Francis   Gary    Powers,   was    a  " courageous; honorable ahirpatrlotic man  respected by. all who knew, him, Ho certainly does not deserve the ridicule heaped  - on him by nn'editor with a great zeal to  crltlclzo but llttlo Apparent interest In  TOeKtng-tTirtrittnf  There is a world of difference between  working in the studios at 700 Hamilton St.  ���where if something has been overlooked  or breaks, a replacement can be found in a  few minutes���and getting out to the set on  Hermit Island between Keats and Bowen  or at Hill side, Port Mellon to find you've  forgotten the. cross-gartered stocking  essentjal to the script.  Because somuch of the action takes  place in boats or near the water accidental  dunkings are not unknown and Marcella  makes sure there is a second identical T-  shirt or whatever ready, otherwise a wet  T-shirt looks quite different from a dry  one) filming may be hefd up until the  clothing dries.  The actors, Marcella feels, need to  concentrate on the dialogue and action;   it-'5-her-job_ to_make_sure that however  many takes are shot or sequences-?ilmed -  there are no tell-tale differences in the  actors' clothing or accessories. This is  .where attention to detail pays off. It is  maddening and expensive to find after the  day's filming that Relic's neckerchief has  vanished mysteriously in the middle of the  action.  The day I was on set the film crew and  Bruno were all in hipwaders standing  thighdeep in tfte water while Diane  Stapley, her double Arlene Baba, and  diver Brenda Bowden were in and out of  Wt. suits, Marcella was busy helping peel  wet sluts, making  not show at the wrist below a yellow  sweater. Another memorable occasion'  recently found Marcella manfully  struggling around the horse pasture at  Bonniebrook with a Homemade suite of  armour (made from old tires and rope)  piled in a wheelbarrow as Relic fancied  himself a black Knight of old ih a jousting  scene.  ���      ,..,��� ,,^7, ,,..-, '���'  ' ��� '"^.77,   :.  Filming is an exacting; repetitioijs and  often frustrating proceeding  in' which  consideration for the feelings of others and  being able, to see what's Jjieeded before  being asked, provide the counterbalance  which keeps everythihg as  mufch, as,,  possible on ap even keej. This tender  loving care Marcella, considers an Important part of her^job and she dispenses  help, encouragement'arid support unpb^':  trusively, dispassionately and univorsallj'''  4o���aetors���and- crew~ aUkeTfThpT job""  description, I imagine, includes only the  actors, but as Murcclla says this Isn 't a job  which   falls   within   the   prfcsCrlbcd  parameters of either time or .^people, and  like everyone else on set slio sees herself  as part of the team.  Work usually sturts for Marcella nt 7  am and after filming finishes around 7 pm  she stlir haB work to do. After everyone  else has gone home the day of filming in  the water, Mnrcolln was still drying out,  tho Jjawldcs of tho crew's hlp-wadors with a  lialr dryer because thoy Would bo needed  noxtUoy arid they'd :bc^^ Uncomfortable If  still wot Inside, Her essential-needs  box.aiways on sot nnd originally Intended  to houso fishing tackle, contains, besides  sewing necessities und any number of  coloured thread, rubber bands, safety  pins, bobby pins, glue, lollypop sticks, first  aid equipment, etc.  Also on jjet all day is muke-up artist  Ilona Herman, whoso expertise Is as  essential on location ns It is in a studio set  under the glare of artificial light. "Tho  eyeryone looking as natural as possible.  Guest stars may heed to acquire a depth of  outdoor tan to match the regulars". Makeup is a skill which requires knowledge of  the complexities of light, or how the  human eye and the camera's eye see  colour, tone, contrast, or how colour can  add to or detract from the life of the picture, and she works closely with the  lighting and camera crew. Ilona feels that  if she has done her job well it shouldn't be  noticeable and was obviously pleased by  TnynmstakeiTtdea-'thatHmaluMlp ��� is-  generally needed only for indoor filming.  I'd been watching the shooting of on-  location action- and had concluded no  make-up had been used!  Ilona hopes toJ)e able to accept an  opportunity to increase her expertise next  winter by working in Hollywwod as  -assistant * to some leading experts in  special effects-makeup. Both Ilona and  Marcella are career^ oriented, they  recognise their jobs,, with long, often-  unpredictable working hours on a 6 days  on two days off basis are.uncompatible  with the normal 'requirements of family  life.      " /     " J��  " Ilona .has worked with the Beachcombers for five years now and Marcella  for four. Both girls left their families  behind when they escaped from!  Czechoslovakia after the 1968 uprising,,  arriving in CanadaTwithout a7 working  knowledge of English and-with littlejnore-  in material possessions than the clothes  they were wearing. Their meeting here  was co-incidental, but both have put down  new roots on the west coast, feeling an  affinity for the mountains, and look forward each spring to returning to Gibsons  where they've made friends and are  recognised, welcomed and made to feel at  home by the friendliness of small town  merchants and their employees.  co-ordinator.  Best wishes to one and all.  Betty P. Wray,  Co-ordinator, Sunshine Coast  Community Resource Society  Protest Hydro  spraying  Miss Bee would be grateful for mpre  ^Oyster Shells if you have any to spare.  .. Thank you. -~ Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  Editor, The Times:  Under no circumstances should the~"  B.C. Hydffc-be allowed" to carry out the1  proposals to spray areas designated in  your June 28 paper.  - Having a four wheel drive, we are two~  of the fortunate people who are able and  have the time to wander in our beautiful  wilderness all year round. Not only do the  streams cross the main powerline but in  some instances, they cross and recross it.  If for cing. fnpment.you can visualize a  'beautifufiy^uitf spider web; with every  little criss arid'cross of the artistic-design.  Each join being nature's holding reservoir"^  of its own ��� to be slowly released into the  main system a little at a time.  Homesite Creek supplies water as far  as the! Brooks road area and -anything  north (approx) of that _thfr_water jeven-7  tuallyfind^its way into the watershed of  the-Secret-Cove, Middle Pqint, Pender  Harbour, Kleindale, Sakinaw, Ruby Lake  areas. '  Did you know this area was sprayed*  just a few years ago? Most trees died but  some did not, So really none of them are  very big at the base.  Why not J a summer grant and put our  students, to work with a. good sharp axe?  The whole area is completely accessible  by truck.  COME ON PEOPLE, PROTEST.  Mrs. H. E. Edwardson  Mrs, C. Duncan  Madeira Park  EVERYONE  NEEDS TREES  Thank you to  ^aUBayMall  Rdltor, The Times;  Wo would like to express our thanksi"lo'  tho Trail Bay Mall for tholr kind donation  TJlSsjI^il'lrt Jt��d()htl, apprjjelul^l,  '-,V"�� 1  '������', "���',      ��� lMirtne8Wv.^3l ',-      '  ' ''fl ���  ��� ��� - ,orik'c3 hoitr��t H:.1()  loSp.nvTucN.-Sflt.  on the-varge of*divflre^ long bfcforo^  1   M^ Mnny thanks,     _  Gary returned to the United States |n  disgrace, drummed out of the Air Forcb'i  ahunnod by, hlfl government nnd follow  .Fronts Gary powers^  1    *  by  I ���*  BlllKolm  Garden Bny, D,C,  Brian Butcher,  Principal,  Socholt Klomentnry School  TREES...A CROWING CONCERN  ���Wl-N^ll  CANADIAN FORESTRY ASSOCIATION  AND YOUR PROVINCIAL FORESTRY ASSOCIATION  1 .. V*t   -1  ��^W��W<(ilrf*r��^-JS%lV'��*p^*I��^^ 'Vpli^l^&-~t^ttr^i>t*Jry#^-*^*>tl^^ W*p��#W-.  **���*>���*       �����>>*. >"  , ���,L   7..v', ... J J  ���v.  "P.*  f'',  -^  -1;.  K<;'  A  '-?m*./flllrm?tl>&&*tf&lt#i4^-i*^  i#_mt, ���n,.������..,���.���,.,���,y::.,,y.' ���.���,���., ���iW:.,���,.��� ,1,..,  ������ -M-  " \:  7., 4*.��.!*y';':/--';"  -Ft- -  Reflections  SijjrirneiLi^QdLCLg  By-Vem-Giesbrecht  The Peninsula Times Page A-3  ���     Wednesday, July 12,1978  Imports hit���  ^  For those of jus fortunate enough to    he persuaded Erich Segal, author of Love  have most of the summer off, the season-ig^story, to carry a power pack during the  i *��� i  .**.  perfect for catching up on all the reading  we've been meaning to do for months.  Here are a few notes from some of the  reading materials I've���enjpyed while  working on my tan.  Cosell, by the legendary sportscaster  Howard Cosell, will probably bore or in-  , furiate anyone who Isn't a sports fanj-buti  for readers of whom the names Jackie  "Robinson, Floyd Patterson, Vince Lom-  "bardrrJoe Namath, Bill Toomey et all  means something, the book will likely be  fascinating.  Cosell- has been described as  "arrogant, pompous, obnoxious, \ yairi*,  cruel, verbose, a show-off". In the book, he  "freely admits, "Of course, I am." But the  book also reveals him to be a sensitive,  . sentimental'" person, capable of deep  feelings 'and often plagued by insecurities.  The insecurity- and the fierce drive to  succeed stemmed from CoseU'schildhood,  "In Brooklyn, during the. Depression,  Jewish, fighting a group of Studs Loriigans^  - and-running-away-from them, to getTo  school safely; to get home safely."  The book chronicles Cosell's rise from a  radio sports announcer earning $25 a show  to the controversial third of the "Monday  Night Football" broadcasting team whose  blend of expertise, repartee and nonsense  is watched by more than 25 million  Americans.  "Early in his career, Cosell received two  words of advice from noted sports writer  Red Smith: "Be there."  ra~ee-soJie_��ould record his reactions as he  ran. Segal plodded~26Tmles-with4he-5-ta-Z_  pound weight on his back, finishing the  race an-hour-behind"the-leadersrAs~he  staggered across the finish line, a Boston  interviewer wanted to know, what in the  world Segal w&sdoing carrying that extra  load for the entire race.  "With his last gasps of breath, Erich  panted, 'Have you ever ��� have you ever  tried ��� to say no to Howard Cosell?' "  hard as beer  strike goes on  Beer drinkers turning to alternatives  ^urTngTBTcUrrerrtrstrike may find tem-  Although I'm only vaguely familiar  with either of their works, I was fascinated  by Willie Morris' article on James Jones in  The Atlantic.  In "A Friendship", the former Harper's Magazine editor describes the last  years and days of his longtime friend, the  . author of From Here to, Eternity, Some  - Came Sunning and other novels basedon-  Jones' experiences in the Second World  War. Both men were southerners who  --lovedrTural-lifer drinking, telling stories  and literature. The account of the friendship that was terminated by Jones' death  from congestive heart failure is touching  without being maudlin.  Just before Jie died, Jones dictated  scenes from his almost-completed .novel  Whistle into a tape recorder. Then, he  asked Morris to bring him Yeat's poem  "Lake Isle of Innisfree". First he read it to  himself. "It makes me want to weep," he  whispered. Then he cojUrolled his tears  Cosell was.Jj?jc,e,^  porary-iistockouts''_ oLbothimpqrted beer  and wine at their local fiquor jstores.      -  Consumer and Corporate Affairs  Minister Rafe Mair said the shortage of  domestic beer due to tbe beer strike is  having a "snowballing effect" on "other  products.  Mair said that although the Uquot.  Distribution Branch has increased its  orders, warehouse inventories of imported  beers are almost depleted.  "United States suppliers, Olympia and  Schlitz, are shipping as much as they  can," he said. "However,"they are not able  to meet the scheduling requirements of the  Liquor Distribution Branch because of  their limited capacity."  Inventories of imported wines are' also  "depleting, rapidly, according to Mair.  "Although domestic wines can be restocked withirLia_few^_weeks, imported"  wines, which often require a four to six  month lead time for delivery, may be out  ��� of stock for some time, at least until the:  next regularly scheduled shipments  arrive," said Mair.  Labor disputes have also caused  shortages of other liquor' products in the  province. Jordan and Ste. Michelle wines  'have-been-out of stock in some liquor  stores for a couple of weeks, while 62  Hiram Walker products have been  unavailable since March. -  early radio shows, he lugged a 30-pound  tape recorder ("I must have-looked like  Edmund Hillary carrying his knapsack ".)^  to "virtually every dugout, clubhouse ana  racetrack in America." He blustered his  way past security guards, managers and  other protectors to get provocative interviews with such reclusive figures as the  late Sonny Liston and he was right on the  scene when the Israeli athletes were  murdered during the, 1972 Munich  Olympics.' ������''���. A.rY- ;''���'.'    ' ry '  ___Qnei-Soinetimes^tires---of--reading--6f-  I will arise and go now, and go to  Innisfree,  And a small cabin build there, of clay  and wattles made ..."  Perhaps Morris eulogized his friend  excessively in the article but it was^a very  effective portrayal of what seems to have  been a rare friendship.  Cosell's friendships with all the big names  in sports, of how former New York Knick  star Bill Bradley devoured ah entire roast  at the Cosell dinner table, for example, but  Cosell's honesty in describing hisneed to  be surrounded by sports and show  business people and his awareness that  sports is, ultimately,-/relatively' unimportant^ give the book some balance.  Cosell claims tobe the one sportscaster  who "tells it like it is' ���; who a^cs; tough-  questions, exposes hypbcri^y |cnd; treats  athletes with respect but not kw^ftear the  end of the book, he expresses'regret about  abandoning his law career' and writes  wistfully about serving;in the U.S. Senate.  But, he indicates he wiU probably "con^  tinue togetmy kicksJn the romperTooin  of sports."  Several chapters of this thick book ���  421 pages, paperback ��� are devoted to his.  close^Jnyoltement lin^Muhammad^Ali's.  career and his adventures with "Dandy"  ��� and "Giff" on "Monday Night Football".  The insights he provides in these chapters  .are worth the.price of the book.  Cpsell'is full of anecdotes and Concludes  wijjf a .great one. When Cosell was  covering the Boston Marathon one year,  Of the stories I read in Canadian Short  Stories, the one I enjoyed most was "The  Painted Door" by Sinclair Ross. Like  jnarty_MiRflss!J)Qfiks; and-storiesrtIiis tale-  isset in a bleak Prairie farm and depicts  the damaging effects of isolation and  loneHhess. Bored and frustrated after  seven years of marriage to a dull-witted,  hard-working and unimaginative farmer,  Ann tries to master her fear when John  walks five miles to his father's house in a  snowstorm.  "���������   Ross cleverly builds up the tension,  relaxes it when Steven, a neighbor, drops  jn to>visit, and increases it again as Ann is.  pulled between Steven's;insolenticharm  and her "outgrown, routine fidelity".  ' The story ends<with a, macabre twist.  John is found the next day, less than a*mile  from home, clutching' his pasture fence,  ttiejpaUTi of one,hand smeared-Avlth white,  "paint, white like the bedroom door Ann  had painted the previous day to fight back  her terror.  MORE ABOUT ...  Hopkins pub  ���From Page A-l  homes at Hopkins will want to retire there  and they would be against a pub in their  neighbourhood."  Florence Dickson, a public health  nurse, was concerned with alcohol abuse.  "Alcohol is the number onepublic health  ^F^lMvah^Tf^oh^FIhlhTa "pub will add  anything to our community."  Hopkins store  owner Bill  Edney  ��� stressed that many government departments including health'and highways had  to be approached. "The people who live at  Hopkins Landing would hdve to be  satisfied before the plan for a pub would be  approved.*'  In closing his partner Morris Gerard  told the group, "There must be no feelings  " of animosity between the developers and  the residents of Hopkins Landing."     ���}  Pitch-lnTS  Hcsp  H/h Columbia  Beautiful  Christian  "The wolf also shall dwellwitn the  lamb, and the leopard shall lie down with  the kid; and the calf and the young lion and  the fatling together; and a little child shall  lead them." 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Special discounts all  labels, satisfaction and safe delivery  positively guaranteBdrsejid��2Sc^ma(A  ing for rush copy latest catalog.  Supersound, Box 5227-SY Vancouver  B.C. V6B 4B3.   -  A  fffatfmoon Bay happenings  Cooper's Qre^n  \  By Mary Tinkley, J859479  Maria Christina Visser from Roberts weekend but therejs still a need for people  Creek has, been chosen to represent to participate in the arm' wrestling- corn-  Roberts Creek as Miss Elphinstone petition. We are hot looking for  Recreation in the annual Sea Cavalcade professionals, just anyone who enjoys the  beauty contest. MariaivHslJOririflTehran;���sportrlf-yotfre-interested, there is a list at  Iran, on October 13, 1960. She has one    Seaview Market that you can add your  sister,   Kitty.   Maria   graduated   from  Elphinstone-in June of-this year.-She-will-  be leaving for an extensive tour of Europe  at the end of August visiting 16 countries in  nine weeks.  Blonde, blue-ey^d Maria has several  name to. There .will be some interesting  rprizes-for- this-event.  hobbies that she en  yv.  ". w  "Ed Nicholson, alternate director on the . ;  Re|ional Board for Area "B", deciding he  needed input, asked the various corii-  mijhity organizations of Area "B" to send'  representatives to meet with him on July.  2. Attending the meeting at the Welcome  Befch.Hall wt*e representatives of  Welcome Beach Community Association,,  Arga  "B"  Ratepayers'  Association,  Halfmoon Bay Recreation Commission  an|  Sargeant  Bay_JProperty "Owners' ���,-  lAs|aciation. .   _  Nicholson told the meeting he feels  Area "B" is due for a community plan and  he suggested that a meeting be called ins  the^fall for the purpose of- appointing a  steering, committee .which would be  responsible for working out a plan as was  recently done by Roberts Creek.  because ours is a unique community,  he said, we must work out a plan to suit our  colpmunity. Our concerns are public  . ��� acqess, parks, recreation facilities, boat  laiihching, protection of. wildlife and  preservation of the quality of the area. He  oys. Among them are  FIRE BRIGADE  The Halfmoon Bay Volunteer Fire  , Brigade had a course of special training on  [the evenings of July 4, 5 and 6, when a  training officer of the Vancouver Fire  Marshall's- office visited. the bay. He  showed films on the different types of fire  extinguishers and how to use them and on  rescue work from burning buildings. The  firemen received a great deal bf .valuable  "information and training in the use of life^  ' saving equipment. .Fire, ChiefDave Reid  expressed appreciation of such an excellent and informative course and was  greatly encouraged at the turnout. All the  members of his brigade, both men and  women, turned out and showed great  enthusiasm.   -  WATER  There has been such intense activity  along the Redrooffs Road for many weeks  that everybody must know that the-  regional water is on its way. Superintendent Gordon  Dixon  reports that  camping, water skiing and sports. She  plans a career in the art field when.she  returns from Europe. We wish her the best  of luck in the future.  TICKETS SOLD OUT  FOR BOOGIE  The tickets J for the Roberts Creek  Boogie on July/15 are sold out. We're sorry  we can't accommodate "everyone, but  unfortunately our present hall is not  GUEST IS RENOWNED ARTIST  I'm sure you all enjoyed my. last  week's guest columnist as much as-1 did.  Joan Huestis Foster is a lady of many  talents. A few years back, Joan was a  columnist-with Ma Murray's Lillooet News  and is well known in art circles for her wit  with a brush. More than 20 years ago, Joan  and about five pfcher persons founded the  Burnaby Art Gallery.  Joan was raised in a family closely ���  involved in the art-world. She cut her teeth  on a paint, brush and at the tender age of  four   she   got   into   serious   painting.  adequate to handle more than 200people~~Mthough-Joan -married-andraised "three  STf  ~wx|Bld-Uke~to-see-.the-steer-ing-<;bmmittee���B��Qgras���is^lpw^^  , representing the whole area, including    amm,n*  Wefet Sechelt and Caleta.  fbne of the matters discussed at the  meeting" was the future of Sargeant Bay  an| some of the suggestions were for the  development of a marsh and wildlife  sanctuary and the purchase of part of the  property for a picnic site and boat launching facilities.  - jfed Ncicholson said" he was hopeful of  reopening negotiations with Mrs. Cooper  foi&the purchase of Cooper's Green, but  - gr|[ve concern was expressedat the-news���  that the Highways Department was  considering the sale of the stretch of the  roaid allowance which gives access to the  beach across Cooper's Green and which is  part of the original highway.  Since the only road giving access to the  boat lauching ramp is extremely  dangerous for the type of two-way traffic it  is at present carrying, it was feared that it  was just a matter of time before a serious  accidentoccured there. A possible solution,  nujght be. to Open up the road allowance  actoss Cooper's Green which would make'  possible a one-way traffic system. It was,,  agreed that the matter should be watched  closely. Mrs. Cooper had given a warm  welcome to the convenors'of the Country  Fair to consider Cooper's Green as, their  own on July 22, the day of the fair.  Nicholson plans another "input"  meeting with. local_ organizations _ during  thl" coming weeks. Residents who have  anjjr particular matter they would like to  disfcuss should keep in touch'with their  organizations for the date of the meeting.  Advertising-  helps you judge  good from bad.  ' y_j '��� ',;       ;, ��� '  CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORY BOARD  amount of blasting which has been  necessary and he estimates it will be two  more months before completion of the line.  He^will shortly be sending a letter to all  residents of Redrooffs and Halfmoon Bay  regarding their connections. .  ,___  HERE AND, THERE  A "Miro" aluminum boat has been  washed ashore on the north side of Halfmoon Bay. The owner can-get information  by telephoning 885-2877.  If you have not yet bought your tickets  -for the-Country-Fair-raffler-watch for_the-  sales-table in the,Sechelt Mall this week.  The prizes, a grocery hamper, an "afghan  and a macrame. plant hanger, will be  drawn at the Fair .on July.-22. Ruth  Forrester is convening the white^elephant  and bookstall, so any donations for these  stalls can be left at her home near  Cooper's Green. Alex Ellis, who is convening the horticulture stall, would ap1'  preciate donations of plants, fruit,  vegetables, flowers, jams and jellies.  But then, that's what all this fundraising is  about. Mbre adequate recreation  facilities.   .  JBEACHCOMBERS VS. *  LADIES SOFTBALL  The Roberts Creek Ladies Softball  team will kick off the DAZE with a  challenge game of softball against the  Beachcombers cast and .crew at Roberts  Creek Elementary field on July 14 at 6  p.m. Following the game, there will be a  disco dance for the teens to which all'the  young folks on the Peninsula are invited.  Refreshments will be available.    ���  1^rtst^wt^stiers~need"Ed������  Everything seems to be shaping up  nicely for the Roberts Creek Daze this  lovely children, it didn't put a damper on  her artistic career. She is represented in  the collections.of: Vincent Price, Vancouver Sun, Provincial Legislature  buildings and the archives in Victoria, to  name but a few. Just recently, the  rehabilitation unit named after Jack.  Wasserman purchased the satirical  Wasserman portrait that Joan did of him a  few years back.,  Still very active with her brush, Joan is  on the board of directors of the Sunshine  Coast Arts council here on the Peninsula.  She is a flamboyant, witty lady who  TeceTifly~^c��me^granam^  first time. We feel fortunate indeed to have  her living here in the Creek. She is  lower Gibsons Village  Hear Ye! Hear Ye!  Sechelt notes  The Royal Hudson  by Peggy Connor, 885-9347  The grade fives of Sechelt Elementary  recently went on a field trip to Squamish  aboard The Royal Hudson. This trip was  an award to the class from the ladies of the  Roberts Creek bingo refreshment committee. A lot of children benefit from this  group as they quietly dispense their  profits. -  '    The day Judy Gates and Stuart Hercus  arranged for their classes to go, "there  With the fine burst of summer weather, r were six other school groups on the same  J...M. :. km.j -1L ..=.;. j x,��� 'train. '      ���'"    ''  ,'A .  Redrooffs is filled with visitprs^and there  are guests in almost every home. The Bob  Brodgesell home is just teeming with life  and Bob's mother, Mrs.. Rose Koziel of  Satzburg, Austria, who loves to coDk has  won the hearts of her grandchildren with  her- delicious German and Austrian  delicacies such as knodels and nockorls  served with meat dishes, and h?r_ ap-.  felscheiben and rich desserts. The grandchildren who are appreciating all this good  food are Bob's daughter, Tatjana with  hisband Jim Monaghan, his sons, Halge  and Chad Brodgesell and Pam's sons, Paul  and Bruce Josyln, all from the Edmonton-  St. Albert area. Paid had the thrill bf  landing his first salmon.    . ���.  Janet Allen's visitors who have been  helping her settle into her ne\V home have  been her, grandson, Howard Fairfield of  Calgary and granddaughter Kathy .'with  husband Doug Nims of Peinticton accompanied by their 7two- daughters. A  surprise visitor at the Tinkley hbnie was  Olga Hynek of Cortes Biay.      , .  Many people here say they intend to  take the trip but never get around to it.  First, to go from here entails getting the  first ferry in the morning 6:30 a.m. The  train leaves at 10 a.m. from the BCR  station at First!Avenue' and Pemberten.  Buses leave at 9 a.m. from the Vancouver  Bus Depot. As parking. is -limited at- the -  station it is a good idea to take a bus.  Sitting in the observatioi\car it is easier  to.hear the click clack of the wheels on the  track and the steam whistle blowing up  f memories of bygone days, especially when.  they blew their way across the prairie.'"  The students appreciated the scenery  even though it is familiar, to them but the  motion of the train and the sounds were the  exiting part of the trip. The lunches  brought along were eaten at thellttle park  at Squamish with its adventure  playground and big engine for the kids to  irtrawl all over. A walk around the town,  lineup for Ice cream and soon the two hour  stopover was gone and back to the train for  the homeward trip.  Visitors to the Area  Mary-Kathryn Ashton of Logan Lake is  at the home of her parents Ted and Evelyn  Ashton of Selma Park.  Muriel Eggins has been enjoying a visit  with two of her daughters, Ronine Sharp  and son, Kevin from Abbotsford and Beth  Cole from Saskatoon and her family of  four, Tanya, Paula, Tyler and Carey-Ann.  Spending a few days on her first visit to  Sechelt, Caroline Martin from Whitehorse,  Yukon, is at the home of Oskar and Olga  Johnson in West Sechelt. '���  Country Fair  Join the fun of a Country Fair to be held,  July 22, Saturday, starting off with a  parade at 12 noon, at' Cooper's Green,  Halfmoon Bay on the Redrooffs Road. A  joint venture -by the - Halfmoon���Bay  Recreation Commission and the Welcome.  Beach Community Association.  &**?  *1mXm i^.  3Ha  your own  center  with JENN-AIR GRILL-RANGE  Jenn-Air's incredibly versatile model  selection lets you create a range to meet  your every need I In cooktops- choose the*  beauty of smooth white glass-cerarflis pr  the electric conventional-element. Simply  " lift out either cartridge to convert your  range to a Char-Flavor grill In'  seconds! Convected or Conventional radiant hqat in your ovenM  the flip of a switch! The Conven-  '  tional cooks your present  x    *     recipes without change  -Convected, your Jenn-Air  7      ���cooks cooler.and faster. .  (Turkeys, roasts and hams,cook  at 50�� lower temperatMre,  "   reducing cooking time  ��� as much ps 30%l)  Visit our showroom of phono tor the brochure describing Jenn-Air's complete line oi ranges and kcodHtops;'  &t&&:#JKW|  ,.,AJf"\  VK  mum  ;A  %\  \f.  'J The powored  ventilation system  is built wllhln the  rango,-capturing  smoko and odors  more ofllclontly.  y   - "i '  ,   ,         A :l  .  *.Kw*��,��,ww^,,T^,i;*.wfcM<��,,j-,iww*#,''  "*y..  North Road, Gibsons  SAT 10 ain-a pm or  "',t.  ooo-Z/oa  w;..'  The 1978 Special Olympics  in Regina will bef p grand event,-  The 79 ganfes in the U.S.", with  entries from 20 countries, will  be even grander, ?  .       ' But consider what it takes  to get there. And what it  Traditiorially, the world of the mentally handicapped has been one of'can't'.  Can't possibly develop the hand-eye co-ordination to^hlt n ball. , .   '   ..  Can't develop the co-operation to play team  sports, /  Can't leant to swim.  Consequently, the'facilities and teaching taken  for granted bymostpeople havk^eeri largely '  closed tp the mentally handicapped.  ,    So, never having been given n chance, it's  been a self-fulfilling prophecy, '  The Canadian Special Olympics have  turned this around. By telling the  mentally handicapped that tney can,  ' Programmes hflve becjV started all  across the country by a great variety of  "--���"���" 0rgflril2Atlpn��r-;: ' ���"���- ���������"���"'--"���"  ���*��t> I itoiiHt'* Wtit-M m  Floor hockey, tennis,  wrestling, soccer, running and  jumping have been taught by  some ofour best-known'  Athletes. |.     '  , And, for the first time in  their lives, the mentally handicapped havo learned the thrill  of competition, As equals. Among tlieir peers.  It's very important,       '  ��� The confidence gained in knowing they cat) do  something is a spur to developing their abilities lo  their maximum potential,  To the point where some can learn useful skills.  Even hold down a)ob. Perhaps even live in an  apartment and shop for their own groceries, 7    >  All thafshpecled for this work Econtiniieisfor  moro Canadians to become more involved; to  support not only the games themselves, but also  the year-round instruction, .��  It'a very simple,, We can help mini- >  mlze an appalling waste of human life  by contributing what we can.  v Or; we can ignore them,  It's-iMp to you,  if-  fyti  For more information; or to plotlRo your support, writoi OnmtUn Special Olympic,  ,c/oTlKMIpn.J,V.CIyno, MacMllUnUloeUd^  -~...    V   "-K.. ,    %  ,, Ll  W:  {���I, n-i^trmm.  *  N '"V.."  ,     W  ~.X-  kS7  iAA  ���:n .,���".'''-'������ir"- ' "���  .   *  '���' iff,",,."    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Watch team in
Gower Point area
team is working now in the Gower Point
and North Road area and starting this
month will make several trips to Keats
and Gambier islands.
^The area between Port Mellon and
Gibsons has been completed, but anyone in
that area who was not home when the
team called may contact Gibsons RCMP
and arrange to receive an engraver.
Gibsons RCMP urges those who have
used engravers to identify their belongings
to display the Neighbourhood Watch
stickers as a warning _ to potential,
The Grub Baa
Outdoor cooking
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on peninsula beaches. while the
mercury continued to rise, during
recent sunny weather here. Temperatures hit the mid-20's. . _
Bert Sherlock
Get everyone in a friendly circle to
watch supper cook to a turn. A circular
charcoal grill can be used on an open
porch as well as the patio (Just per chance
it showers).
Build a bed of coals 2 inches deep; let
them burn down to a grey colour with just
a hint of ruddy glow. Grease the hot grills
with a strip of bacon wound around a big
fork. Or spread meat patties (nice fat
ones) lightly with butter before you broil
them_ tp_a_sizzli_ng .brown.
If you
want to make
everything ]
you do better,
start by
i ' /
youppself better.
The Cnnndirin movement tor personal fiinossV,:"«
Fitness. In your heart
you know it's right.
Around the grill's edges keep a big pot
of coffee hot, buns toasty, heat a flakey-
CBC crusade
may be won
A 1% year crusade by an annoyed CBC
Radio listener may finally have*paid_off:„.
Adrian  Stott of  Davis > Bay "began*;
complaining to government and radio •
officials in January 1976 that a Mexican^
radio station was interfering with local"
nighttime reception of CBU-AM. Eighteen
months and,about 15 letters later, he has
been advised by the federal D'epartmentbf'
Communications that Mexican officials-
have "initiated action for technical
"changes" which hopefully will "eliminate"
the interference.
The. Mexican station, XETRA,
broadcasts what Stott describes as
"elevator music" from Tijuana on 690 kH-
z, the same frequency used by CBU in
Vancouver. -■.',,
The interference apparently has been
caused by XETRA's failure to adequately
control the strength of its transmission
signal as required under a 1950 international telecommunications
agreement,' according to Stott,
Stott was notified June 26 by D. G.^.
Lauthier of the Vancouver office of the
Department of Communications'that
Xetra is now attempting to eliminate the'
problem. Lauthier also requested that
local CBTJ-AM listeners write to him at No.
300 - 325 Granville Street, Vancouver V6C
1S5, adyislhg whether the change has
reduced tho Interference.
• • "All it probably takes Is somebody In
, Tijuana reaching over nnd twisting a dial,
and this Is what it took to make that
liappcn;" said Stott, brandishing a 4-inch-
thick correspondence folder.   ...7,   ;"'
We have Canadian Flag Decals for, your
cnr or luggage aa well as little "Canada"
lapel pins If you wish to Identify your
nationality. — Miss Bee's, Secholt.
crusted apple pie. M-m-m! A side tray of
assorted ice cold relishes and you're
ready. Dig in
Barbecued Burgers, Grilled Franks,
Hot dog buns, Hamburger Buns, Relish
tray of celery, carrot curls, olives, pickles.
Apple pie and plenty of hot coffee
Use tart, crisp apples such as
'JonathlTnsljFGraVehsteins for this really"
good apple pie. Sour cream in the filling
makes it rich and creamy, the honey and
spices give it an oldtime flavour. Vz cup
commercial sour cream, 1 tsp. cinnamon,
% cup honey, V2 tsp. nutmeg, xk tsp. salt, 6
large tart apples, pastry for a 2 crust pie.
Using about half the pastry, line a 9--
inch.pie pan. In a bowl, combine the sour
cream with the honey, salt, cinnamon, and
nutmeg. Peerand slice thinly-the-apples.
Blend .into the sour, cream mixture.
uTurn, into the; pastry-lined pie- pan,
heaping the mixture slightly in the centre.
Place a top crust over the apples with the
-•remaining pastry., Seal and flute the
edges. (A little milk brushed around the
bottom pie edge- will give a close seal).
Prick the top with a fork.
Bake in a hot oven (425) for 30 minutes,
then reduce the heat to 325 degrees and
bake f or 15 ~mihutes~longeiy or until the
apples are tender. (Brush a little milk over
the top of the crust and sprinkle with a
dash of sugar—will make a nice brown
crust). ^. '
Through early dusk, December doe
Ambles along where sifted sun
Once hid her fawn, so spindly, slow,
Unsteady on his legs; Now done
His timid iime of following;  , '
Bravely he wears new velvet spikes •—
'■ Bravely ho leads. (Time-swallowing,
Those sun-steeped  months!)  When
winter strikes,
Her tall young buck, pride in each
Will walk these mountain trails alone! :
fills Br. 69
executive slot
An important item of business was*
brought to a happy conclusion at the last
executive meeting of Sr. Citizens Assn. Br.
69 when Bert Sherlock was appointed to fill
the vacancy on the executive caused by
-the recent resignation of-Agnes McLaren.- -
Bert was given a hearty welcome to the
Executive, who;all know from his previous
work that he will give a lot of thought and
endeavour to this new task.
There were only routine matters to
discuss except that Dave Hayward is
planning several trips during ttie summer.
As he could not give definite dates at the
moment we will have to advise the
membership through this column.
' The secretary was requested to write a
' letter of thanks to Olive Clear for the gift of
. a slide projector. ' , ■
By the time this report is in print we
will have taken our trip to the Gardens of
Vancouver and the Seniors Dance will be
history, but don't forget the Strawberry,
Tea to be held July 15 in Our Hall.
'There will be a Garden Tour on July 27
but I will have to let you know later
whether it will_be pr_eceded_by_ a. short
game of Bingo. Show up at our Hah that
day and we will guarantee some kind of
Sprinkling restrictions are imposed on all users from the AAunicipal
Water system as follows:
1. Odd numbered properties in the Village and North, Shaw and
Davis Roads may sprinkle on:
Odd calendar dates from
6 p.m.  to  9 p.m.
2. Even numbered properties in the Village aricPHillcrest, Crucil,
Henry and Reed Roads together with Highway 101 may sprinkle on:
Even calendar dates from
6 p.m.  to  9p.m.
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3. Village of Gibsons Water Regulation rBy-Law No. 280, 1975
provides that th6 Municipality may, without notice, disconnect the
water service to any premises for unnecessary Lor wasteful use of
water, or violation of regulations concerning watering or sprinkling.
4. Soaker (soaking) hoses are not permitted and the use of same
will be"considered to be in direct contravention of the Village of
Gibsons Water Regulations By-LAW.
5. Sprinkling is permitted from one (1) outlet only per parcel on
days of sprinkling permitted.
-  F. J. Holland,-
' ^'superintendent of Works
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and Why of Shopping Canadian.
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Why should you Shop Canadian?
Every time you buy something made In
Canada, you help keep a Canadian working
You help keep Canadian money inside
Canada, You help to expand and strengthen
Canada's economy,
When you think about it, you help yourself,
Whpn should you Shop Canadian?
Whenever you're satisfied (hat the product
'      , or service you need Is1   -
(A) .made or grovifn' In CJan&da .apcl
(B) of equal orbelter value and quality,"
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car is,'crimson, vinyl top' until after he
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Tbe Peninsula Times
Two new dramas
this week
Page A-7
Two new dramatic serializations begin
this week. Thursday at 2:04 p.m. part I of
an eight-part dramatization of Dorothy
Sayer's "Clouds of Witness", then on
Monday 2:04 p.m. the first of a 12-part
serial of the classic "Vanity Fair" by
-; William Makepeace Thackery, both BBC
Between Ourselves, Saturday 6:15
p.m., presents a profile of the most
Reverend Robert L. Seaborn called "In
God's Pocket". Anthology at 10:05 p.m..
samples Elizabethan and Jacobean
poetry. The Entertainers, Sunday 4:35
p.m. profiles Juno award winner Patsy
Gallant. — Maryanne West.
CBC-AM 690
Afternoon Theatre 2:04 p.m. Nicholas
Nickleby by Charles Dickens, Part II. '
Mostly Music 10:20 p.m. Third of week-'
long series pf favourite music of Canadian
Nightcap 11:20 p.m. Phyllis Dilleh
Herring by Laurence Gough, Part II.
Country Road 8:30 p.m. Ray McAuley
in coripert from Vancouver.
Nightcap'11:20 p.m. Colleen Mc-
Cullough, author of The Thorn'Birds.
_ Panning for Gold .8:04_p.m._Critical.
Ireivew of books, film and tv.
Jazz Radio-Canada 8:30 p.m. Carmen
MacRae.-The Ed Bickert Trio. .
Nightcap 11:20 p.m. Tenor ^Luciano
PaVardtti talks about opera.    J
Hot Air 1:15 p.m. Martha Tilton with
Benny\Goodman, late thirties.    '
Between Ourselves 6:15 p.m. In God's
Pocket, the life of the most Rev. Robert L.
.    The Melody Lingers On 8:05 p.m. Music
'of Col6 Porter.
Anthology 10:05 p.m: To Have Been,
short story by Austin^ (Clarke. The Ppet's
Voice, Elizabethan and Jacobean verse.
Noel Coward, Life and Times 1:05 p.m.
^^arttersea to Broadway.   __
Playhouse 8:04 p.m. The Bright Red   Wonder story, Part VII. Patsy Gallant.
My Music 8:35 p^n/BBC quiz.
Folk Fair 9:05 p.m. Irish Folk Music.
.. Vancouver  Recital  1:30  p.m.   Jane
Martin,   flute,   Robert, Rogers,   piano.
Taeye, Martinu, Pepnv-, Muszynski.
Fair by William Thackeray, Part I.
- Gold Rush 8:30 p.m. Jackson Browne.
Mostly Music 10:20 p.m. Repeat of
series on musicals'.
Nightcap 11:20 p.m.  Film  director
Michael Winner.
Crime Serial 2:04 p.m. Inspector West <
at Bay by John Creasey, BombsheUJo^
Mostly Music 10:20 p.m. Gilbert and
Nightcap 11:20 Photographer Richard
CBC-FM 105.7
, Saturday - Audience 9:04 p.m. Arthur
Ozolins pianist in concert, Beethoven,
Schumann, Stravinsky,
Summer SymphoniesTlsimulcast-witft
CBC-TV Music of the Universe, Hamilton
Philharmonic conducted by Boris Brott.
Monday — Sixth _ International
Tchaikovsky Competition — first of five
each night at 8:04 p.m.
 CBC-TV Highlights
Wednesday,. July 12 — Isrjfel
Philharmonic Orchestra, 8 p.m., salute to.
Israel on 30th anniversary.
Sunday — Royal Heritage 12 p.m.
George IV.
Sports Special 3 p.m. Canadian Track
and Field Finals from Edmonton,
This Land 9 p.m: note new time The
Blacksmith. >,
This Half Hour 9:30 p.m. James A.
Jerome, Speaker of the House of Commons.
Summer Symphonies 10 p.m. Similcast
with CBC Stereo FM. Music of the
Universe, Williams, Hadyn,. Forsyth,
Hoist. .     .
Tuesday CFL Football 6 p.m. Eskimos
versus Blue Bombers from Winnipeg.
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ness by Dorothy Sayers, Part I._
77j#s Top
30 Record
Survey Is
To You
Each Week
Book Look
Sunnycrest Centre.
MARRIAGE WORK by Jane and William
Appleton, M.D., Doubleday 1978, $9.50.
The Appleton's, twenty year veterans,
cite themselves as the exception to the rule
ofjmodern throw-away marriage. Along
Shadow Dancing  t .-:.-.-.-. rrvrTTv; :.".._..: .Andy Gibb
Baker Street Gerry Rafferty
Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad Meat Loaf
I Was Only Joking ". Rod Stewart
Miss You _  i .... Rolling Stones
Baby Hold On  .";....." I Eddie Money
Still The Same V. i Bob Seger
It's A Heartache. Bonnie Tyter
Only The Good Die Young Billy Joel
You'rerThe One That I Want  Travolta/Newton-John
Daylight Katy   Gordon Lightfoot
Werewolves of London Warren Zevon
Runaway Jefferson Starship
Let The Song Last Forever Dan Hill
Because The Night Patti Smith
You Belong To Me       Carly Simon
Is The Night Too Cold ...-.-. TT.    Randy Bachman
Love Will Find A Way  .Pablo Cruise
Coming Right Down .. .'.    . .April Wine
The Load-Out/Stay Jackson Browne
With A Little Luck ^,. ...'   .Paul, McCartney/Wings
Arms of Mary   X. J...-: •. •,     .7" 7,. ."7.. Chilliwack
I've Had Enough  £! ..'     P0ul McCartney/Wings
Wonderful Tonight : .<.       Eric Clapton
Raise A Little Hell ..: ,    ." Trooper
Imaginary lover , ; Atlanta Rhythm.Section
Use-Ta Be My Girl         '. O'Jays
Throe Times A lady ....  Commodores
life's Been Good     joe Walsh
Tako Me Away Prism
**"with many other's like themselves, they
play guessing games about which couple
will break up next.
With divorce often the first course
taken as a marriage disintegrates, this
book deals with how to save the one that
. should be saved and how to avoid the one
- that can end-only in disaster:
The keyword seems to be RESPECT
and the main piece of advice is SHUT UP.
The authors advise that we not slip into
wedded life as a comfortable old shoe in
which we can slop around being at our
worst. Spruce up ~ your attitudes, your
appearance and your self-esteem, they
say! Treat your mate as a "Distinguished
f stranger".
; The' SHUT. UF principle probably
works well. Keep a little privacy without
hurting" your mate — don't criticize, don't
nag, and don't always feel -you have to tell
the whole truth. You are tin individual, not
just one-half of two. ^
Rules are given for quarreling which
4sugg6st "that ypu .argue-.. Only about im-;
.fporfant-things.'Stick totheissue at hand;''
leave out historical complaints. Do not
• compare your mate with someone else's;
the grass only appears greener there.
And most of all, SHUT UP negative or
aggressive emotions.
All this sounds like superb advice in
print, but in the heat of marital discord,
will it be remembered? It is not the thing
orieVantsnto practised" Reinforcement bf"
the authors' ideas might help. They'have
repeated all of the pertinent points in the
summary entitled "A Marital Quiz". If
you are short of time, it is the best way to
The   summary   contain^ interesting
questions that you and yourjmatejmgtrt.
like to "ask each otherf Do* you laugH
together? Can you make yourself listen
and be heard'? What do you like bdst about
your partner?
After each question are some band-aid
treatments to keep in mind. None of the
recommendations, lean toward-permissiveness or cute new sexual games. In
these days. of loneliness and turmoil,
security and peace can be found in
marriage that needs only a "fluffing up"
to be a source of joy.      "*
The days of the swinging single and the
middle-aged teen are just about over, so
take a look at HOW NOT TO SPLIT >UP
and then take a look around the house.
of smaller
we provide:
© Financial assistance
• Management counselling [CASE)
» Management training
»Information on government
programs for business
Can we help you?
See our Representative
at:   Bella Beach Motel, Sechelt
Tel: 885-9561
On: Wednesday. July 19th
Take a step in the right
direction. Take a few.
Fitness. In your heart you know it's right.
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School District No. 46 (Sechelt)
The board of School Trustees of School District Nol. 46 (Sechelt) proposes borrowing money at
any time or from time to time within two (2) years from December 31, 1977, by the issue and sale
of debentures bearing Interest at a rate or rates per annum as may be specified by the British
Columbia School Districts Capital Financing Authority at the time of the borrowing and payable
over a period or periods not exceeding twenty-five years from the date or respective dates
thereof, In such principal amounts as the Board may from time to time deem necessary to raise net
sums not exceeding in the aggregate $1,002,780.00, after payment of discount, commission,
brokerage, exchange, and other expenses with respect to such Issue or sale, for acquiring and
developing school sites and purchasing, constructing, reconstructing/furnishing, and equipping
buildings for school purposes pr use In connection therewith and other, capital expenditures for
school purposes. The following in brief and general terms sets out substantially the proposed
pro|ectsdnd the amount allocated for.each* the" amount specified as eligible for Provincial grants,
and the amount specified as not eligible for Provincial grants and for which the school district pays
the full cost; - ■'
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•   Langdalo Elomontary
Chatelech Junior Secondary
Socholt Elomontary      "   .
Bowen Island Elomontary
School Board Offlco
Madolra Park Elementary
Elphlnstono Secondary
Gibsons Etonraj^^
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No more trowelling^  simply roll on two coats of new  SPANTEX Texture-Tread  for  a     "  tough,   resilient, seamless  waterproof deck that will  last for years.  ^-r- Texture-Tread  .   comes in '  3 colors.  'AL &Aim  $2*0X0  i��T  ���i*w,;  te$^  i^SytWMMT  ^��p   ^p  imrfm  ITERIOR  ��� Interior Undercoat ��� Primer  Sealer' ��� Alkyd Semi-GlosjN-  ��� Alkyd Eggshell ��� Velvet Alkyd  Flat ��� Latex Semi-Gloss ��� Latex  Eggshell.  ._    EXTERIOR :,7..__.^���^..~p-  ��� Primer"* Porch &' Floor  ��� ��� House & Trim Gloss ��� Latex  Flat ��� Latex Gloss ��� Woodcraft  Stains ��� Latex Solid Color Stain..  PAY NO MORE THAN PRICES SHOWN  _   gaia:  *'*9 ��r less  A/VO  AcCB;Nt  ���am  t'^^iWj?)  ''ak paint  C��LOftS  ^5  s&hh*  '���itiW.itf  CUsfefOf  Pft/ceo.  SUGH^^He/,",UMCO,-o7i��-  ry  r  ���y  "i, i  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  *HWWrW��i?!(l!iWi  l|!5!>.^.^'1:v��.''.i--;*?i.|i  M��,..,. I- ������...,  I>'V  Ht^T'Z���'���,-  o-f tfitiwa!* i-wt ^Ww^-wo-^ SH-nwmW  tf f/ *��v*>5f prenp- flWwi'T*!!-ww����kte is  r�� ����� * #J "-^iWw%r**>i��'>W'^fW^^ *  fittw, ^K!.��J��^^*��A#1���J��j*��*mi����l Ii  WSit ��iwt*l{��*(nsM*(S^<*'��HW*'jsi��^ a*,  1 !if��BM��HWt Hfcyt*? -W^mw^i." ./  Alaska and the Yukon abound in natural wonders  \l V . ������  By MARY TINKLEY  In June, I accompanied my two English  visitors, Jane Nell ahd Muriel "Douglass,  on ajtrip to southwestern Alaska and the  -Tukon���We - did-not-take-a cruise- as- we^  wanted to have more time in some places-  than a cruise would allow us, and   ^"7  friends were anxious to return by but> oo  that they could see something of the interior of B.C.  "We travelled by B.C; Rail from North  Vancouver to Prince George and from  there to Prince Rupert by bus. At Prince  Rupert we boarded an Alaska State Ferry  -which���calls���at���Ketehikar^, Wragnell���  Petersburg, Sitka, Juneau, Haines and  Skagway. The ferries have excellent  lounges ahd sun decks, though the sleeping  accommodation is not as spacious or  luxurious as on the luxury liners. You rriay  go ashore at most ports while the ferry is  unloading and loading freight, or you can  stop off for a few days and continue by the  next ferry. ��  As our.ferry, the M.V. Le Conte,  cruised up the Lynn Canal between Juneau  and Skagway, two killer, whales put on a  show for us right alongside the ferry. On  reaching Skagway, we'took the White Pass  and Yukon Railway to Whitehorse, from  which, we returned by bus to Vancouver  with overnight stops at Dawson Creek and  -Williams-Lake.-   - -,'-  .--  -  Glacier Bay  We all agree that the highlight of our  tour was a visit to Glacier Bay, which the  U.S. Government declared a "' national  monument in 1925. It.is a region where  glaciers have been advancing and  retreating ever since the "little ice age",  4,000 years ago. There are still 16 active,  tidewater glaciers which extend right into  the bay, and flanked by the mighty peaks  -of--the-Fairweather-and-St<-Elias,.ranges1  with their perpetual Qoveriiig of snow and  ice, .they create a picture' of majestic  grandeur. >  To get to Glacier Bay, we flew from  Juneau by jet, landing at Gustavus Airport  which must surely be the smallest airport  in the world. The only building on the site  is about 20 by 15 feet in size! From"  Gustavius, we were transported by the  Lodge bus over 10 miles of rough gravel  road to Glacier Bay Lodge. A.lovely  building, surrounded by cottages, it, is  ideally situated on Bartlett Cove near the  entrance to the bay, and the food is superb.  - The next day we cruised into Glacier  Bay in a small cruise ship 'Thunder Bay',  twisting and turning between icefloes on  which families of seals lay sunbathing. We  cruised up Muir Inlet as far as Riggs  Glacier but were unable to reach the face  of Muir Glacier because the northern arm  of the inlet was still blocked with ice. Muir  Inlet and glacier, were named after John  Muir, the great Sierra naturalist and  fbecause I cannot find enough superlatives'  . magnificence of Glacief Bay', Lwfli^uote  his report of his first exploratory trip mere  ial879.       .''���'..      /  He wrote, "Atlength the'clouds lifted a  little and beneath their gray fringes I saw  the berg-filled expanse of Uie bay and the  feet of the mountains that stand about it  and the imposing fronts of five hugek  glaciers, this was my first general view of  Glacier Bay,"a solitudeof ice and show and  new-born rocks, dim, dreary, mysterious.  Breasting the show again, crossing the  shifting avalanche slopes and torrents, I  reached camp about dark, wet and weary  and glad".       , ' ,  Rain and mist tVerc frequent  phenomena "at Glacier Bay, but we wei?e  remarkably fortunate to have a day of  warm sunshine and blue" skies for our  cruise.  We saw a large selection of birds which  nest ori islands in the bay, ihcludlng;cpx:r   mprants,-guillcmots;''pufffns"and^  and we saw a black bear swimming across  the bay, much further north than they are  usually seen.  At Thunder Bay wc were close enough  to tho snout of HlggH Glacier for us to see  "calving", that is blocks of ice breaking  off .the^yertlcal-facoof-the" gWcler'to'  ''""become Icebergs. These icebergs float  around in the bay for a long time as the  blue glacier ice which has been made  under pressure for so many centuries,  takes a long time to melt.  " =iThe next day we hiked the nature trails  of Bartlett Cove accompanied by a park  ranger who made it an exciting adventure  for us. The evenings at Glacier Bay were  occupied by lectures by the various-  rangers who showed a most wonderful  collection of slides of the bay and its  wildlife at different times of the year.  Sitka   5he_tawn__of���south-western  Alaska-  which we found most fascinating was  Sitka, situated on the, west coast, of  Baranof Island. A clean and beautiful city,  it was once the headquarters of the  Russian-American Fur Company and was  named New Archangel under Russian  rule. Sitka has preserved its history and its  ancient crafts and is most fortunate in its  fine buildings. There is a Centennial  Museum with a fine auditorium where we  saw an exhibition of Russian dancing..  There is a visitors' centre, a handsome  building with an interesting exhibition of  crafts. The Sheldon Jackson Museum has  ��� one of the finest collections of Eskimo and  Tlingit artifacts in the world and at the  Russian Mission there are priceless ikons  which were saved from a disastrous fire in  -19667 "���* "~  Railway Bargains  Two other highlights of our trip were  the two train journeys B.C. Rail and the  White Pass and Yukon Railway. The B.C.  Rail journey- from North Vancouver to  Prince George, must surely be one of the,  greatest bargains in travel..The journey  coyers 462.'5 miles, takes 14 hours and  costs $36.30 which includes three good:,  meals.. The train passes through some of  B.C.'s most inspiring scenery and climbs,  up to 3,864 feet in the Horse Lake area.       .'  The White Pass and Yukon Railway is,  another travel bargain. For $35 U.S., you?  can travel from Skagway to.Whitehorse by  , a route which, follbws,ttie.Klon<iike Trail"of'~  '98 and whi6h^offers some unsurpassed r  scenery. Thp fare jncludesxan jbxcellent  Sourdough lunch when the train sj/opis for a  midday breakat Lake Benneti-The lunch  was one of the b^st organize<kiatering jobs  I had ever seenTTFronrtfur train and the  one travelling in the opposite direction, _>  about 600 people descended on the dining  room about the same time. The food, all  piping hot, was already on the tables-  stew,  baked  beans,  sourdough bread,.'  apple pie and coffee. The manageress told  me they could seat 800 and one day.  recently had 860 for lunch off three trains  ��� fortunately not all at the same time.  The only part of our trip which was  somewhat disappointing was the bus ride:.-  from Whitehorse to Dawson Creek. This  we covered in a-24 hour stretch, because at  the time we were travelling, there were  .ronly-three-busesa^^k^The-AlasltaHighh^  way is blacktopped for a few miles south of.'  Whitehorse, but the rest of the road is still  under construction. and quite rough in  parts. We suffered many delays because of,  road work.  My two guests have returned to  England deeply, impressed withall they  have seen. They claim that the trip surpassed even their wildest expectations. I  should like to express my personal thanks,  to my good,, friends and neighbours who"  extended so much kindness and generous  hospitality to my friends and to Jan of  Getaway Holidays who organized the  Glacier Bay part of.the trip for us.  VISTA  IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS LTD.  PAINTING - RENOVATING   ,  CONSTRUCTION - LANDSCAPING  "ONE CALL DOES IT ALL"     *  434-4145  885-5087  SUNSHINE COAST T.V  Cowrie St., Sechelt, 885-9816  PACKAGE SPECIAL  ~^  INCLUDES  ��� Stereo Integrated  Amplifier SA 6500 II  ��� AM-FM Stereo  Tuner TX 6500 II  V  . Section B  Wednesday, July 12, 1978  Pages 1-8 jx  Gibsons police searching  for stolen automobile  An auto theft from the vicinity., bf the  Gibsons Curling Rink on July 2 was one of  the few significant incidents in what police  described as a generally trouble-free  Dogfish Derby celebration.  " The vehicle, a light bjue 1962 Chevy II,  B.C. licence XWC 311, was stolen  sometime after 7:30 p.m. and had not been  recovered as of Friday afternoon.  A Mascal Road resident reported the  theft of. two diamond-shaped stained glass  windows from his home sometime over the  last three months. Estimated value of the  windows was $400 - $500.        ,  -  The SuperValu store in Sunnycrest  ���tylall- reported -the theft -July 3 of ���an^o-,'  . sulated ice cream box; from bfehiiid fhe <  store. Approximate value was $500.  A small amount of liquor was taken in a  break and enter June 22 of a residence at  Melody Point on Keats Island.  SECHELT DETACHMENT  Sechelt RCMP report a quiet Canada  Day   long   weekend   on   the   northern  ��� Stereo Turntable  PL 155A  ��� Speaker System  CS400A  ��� Audio Component  Cabinet  ;��fi��^��f|3  AW*iW<��  Give  your ears  a treat,  listen  to  PIONEER  peninsula.  Thieves, apparently hungry and  thirsty, broke into a home on Redrooffs  Rd. July 5 and stole a quantity of liquor,  some cookies and a chocolate bar. The  matter is under investigation.  A man lost $172 in cash at the Davis Bay  beach on July .6. Anyone with any  knowledge -of the whereabouts of the  money should contact the. Sechelt police.  Police received several complaints  about high-speed boats on Jervis and.  Princess Louisa Inlets qn July 4.  A seven-foot "Flame" skiff was stolen  from the Don Cameron float in Pendek ,  ^Harbour Juty7."       . yirte-'-  :'   A! 12-foot aluminum boat was found-in  ' Halfmoon Bay on July 7. The boat is called  "Miro". The owner should contact Sechelt ���  RCMP.  Police are investigating the vandalism  of some cottages in the Madeira Park area  _7July..5,.'J���__ AX::y:,..^rX^ ������- -   :-'���---.���  Thieves stole some chairs from under a  ..carpocLin Madeira Park July ��L* ,,...'  I"  -skm^  t  X ^X  mm ffc  '    ft P   *f  I  "pffiP  T  lam  **e  Weather report  Hi Prec  23 nil  22 ; nil  21 nil  19 nil  10 nil  23 nil  23 nil  Weather July 1-7  July 1   July 2 .7,,,.,;,,  July 3 .., i 7   July4 7,, ,.,  July 5...,..:,..,,,,  JulyO ,,,;,;,,   juiyr..:,.^,.,..,,  Week's rainfall  nil. 1978 to date -  July 1-7,1977 - 19.1 mm. July 1-7,1977.  ��� 19.1 mm. Jan.-July 7,1977, ��� 47.61 cm.  We have Canadian Flag Decals for your  car or lupgag^as.^cn,us..llttle i-'Canada11 ���  "lapel""pins If you wish to identify your  nationality. ��� Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  NEW ON THE COAST?  Call 886-9973 or  886-8043  .+ the stereo cassette deck  CT4242 shown Is optional  i*  your  ww I Lll ��� ��� ���  ftq��* **- * [ j,        jy ^t( tfwt*M|��it!|to^��IM^^ '  (J.  I��"*  Ml*  m  TO ALL GROUPS,  ORGANIZATIONS, CLUBS,  BUSINESSES & INDIVIDUALS:  *y  Tho Kinsman Club of Glbsoni proudly  ���rr^m^m-   ^ protontt & tpontort tho 1978  JS&UM$fL~~ , Soa,C9yate^  JPIEASE FIU OUT AND RETURN TO LOCATIONS LISTED 0ELOW J  1, CLASSIFICATION!  COMMERCIAL  NOVELTY .,.,.   INDIVIDUAL CLOWN*  BEST DECORATED  2.    GROUP! namo.  I  >l  I       3.    Chairman Nam�� & Phono no.   |  j Roturn"by "August 5, 1978 16  Haig Maxwell s Glbtont Wettorn Drugt  or Norm Potortom K. Butlor Roolty   ���  or Harry Stanti BftH Truck and Dlotol  CAPTAIN COOK BlCENTENNIAtTHEMlir:  MAm)PACTUiiiiil��Q CO, LTD  \'\  ....acrylic skylights allow daylight into your home, help  illuminate those dark areas and in the evening let in the  moon & stars... available in various colours, sizes and  expensjve ^^ you  MMM  rlf KH    E*# I I Ifi A I tmm%  Call us at  MMM  Ask for  RON McGuinness  OR WRITE T0...B0X 1418 , SECHELT, B.C. VON 3A0  MODERN  ALUMINUM PRODUCTS  Sorv/ngf/ie ontlro Sunshine Coatt  ������pr$irt<:W^:^ ixcHlrig" oponlng" '^',. #��  fc'-fCi-J  ^A-dMilonof MODERN INSULATION CO, LTD.J  '�� ��n i mn_ mmmm��mmmfmmimmmmmmwmmmrwmiir  Modorn Aluminum Products,. , spoclallst* In thormal  roplacomont window*, patio doon & ttorm windows, cuptom  railings &  tfoamloss guttort, aluminum siding, vinyl  tiding,  of thlt yoar't  Cavalcad*.  �� '   1'  i ��.  *f^iH!i9S^*v$W*^^^  faM*#&>'f&!iiii*mai^^ '*$��  , \ A-  - ���. .*v��4��L'   ���  ���' ��� ��� ,  \  �� M.i'^juuUJ..-     it-iji^uuio^ i  UiaDU<��tJ<-1 dCW kicui Hlwl'uwu,^ putj  _^. -i:*.:S2-i-^#!  '^^is^E*^S^S^:  PHONE 885-3231  ^^S2S��SS?����3n:" ���  PageB-2    The Peninsula Times     Wed, July 12, 1978  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Phone 885-3231  Work Wanted  For* Rent  Business Opportunity    Boats and Engines        For Sale  For Sale  ���u.-  <�� \  y.  -      11   ,W  or-;.-" -  Published Wednesdays by  ThePenlnsulaJjmfiS-  for Westpres Publications Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.Q. -  Established V963  7300 Copies Distributed  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion $2.15  Three Insertions ...-. r..-... $4.30  Extra Lines (4 words)  60c  Display Ad-Briefs  $3.60 per column inch  Box Numbers  $1.00 extra  Legal or Reader advertising '30c  per agate line.  Deaths,    Card    of    Thanks,    In'  Memoriam,    -Marriage "   and  Engagement  Notices  are   $7.OCT  (up to 14 lines) and 60c per line  after that. Four words per line..  Birth Notices, Coming Events  take regular classified rates.  Ad-Briefs must be paid for i$  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  to receive cash discount.  Subscription Rates:  By Mail:  Local Area $7.00 yr.  Outside Local Area ,... $8.00 yr.  U.S.A $10.00 yr.  Overseas $11.00 yr.  Senior Citizens,  Local Afea $6.00  Single Copies 15c ea.'  EVERGREEN  LANDSCAPING  Complete landscaping service. ,Reg. sch. lawn & garden: care. Don't do it-twice-.--  . Call us first.  * Free Estimates  885-5033  4986-tfn  PRIVATE & semi-private  swimming   lessons.   Instructor    Nancy    Potter.  Sechelt area. 885-3910. 4974-31  Help Wanted  Announcements  GARAGE SALE:  1st house,  Davis Bay Beach, Hwy 101  and Whitaker. See signs. Sat.,  July 15,10-2. 4292-33  Birth Announcements  Merv & Sunny Charboneau  would like to introduce their  ^new daughter Aleezah Asako  Charboneau, born at Grace  Hospital, 6 lbs. 12 oz.', on June  27th, 1978. Thanking Dr.-  Lubin, Sechelt Med. Clinic,  7>r. MicnellTDr: Oakey, Dr.  ���Gaymen, all at Seymour Med.  Clinic. 4258-33  Personal  PHOTOGRAPHS published in  The Peninsula Times can be,  ordered for your own,use at  The Times office.       1473-tfn  ���  i ���  ALCOHOLICS anonymous  meetings -8:30 p.iri. eyery  Wednesday, Madeira Park  Community Hall. 883-9260 or  883-9238. '   4452-TFN-  Work Wanted  Obituary  IVY HELENA STRONG of  Madeira Park, B.C.  (Bargain Harbour). Born in  London, England, passed  away St: Mary's Hospital,  Sechelt, July 3, 1978, age- 62.-  Survived by her loving  husband George Strong,  mother Mrs. Jane Sussex,  -sister and husband Mr. and  Mrs. E.A. Brown all of  Chesham./England. Leaving  malfiy friends both here and  -there/Her passing is mourned ~  by/many. Cremation by  Memorial Society. No flowers,  /ho" service. Any donations  may be sent to B.C. Cancej;  Society. ' 4257-33  Personal  INCORPORATE  $70.00'. phis..  filing fees. Obtain' your ?  lawyer     supervised '   incorporation over the phone���'  fast!  Call Self-Counsel Services  toll  free,   112-800-663-  3007.   Chargex  and   Master  Charge accepted. 4312-tf  DIVORCE! $100.00 plus filing  fees. Obtain your lawyer  lsupervised7diy.oirce^over, the-  phone���fast! Call Self-Counsel  Services toll, free. 112-800-663-  3007.  Chargex  and  Master  , Charge accepted. 4311-tf  TALL, SUM, well-groomed  middle-aged gent, tired of  being-alone, wishes com?  pariionship of gal 48-55 inr  terested in travelling and  enjoying life. Prefer someone  - feminine and not the drip-dry  polyester pantsuiter. Snap  appreciated. Replies  respected   in  strictest  con-  , fidenco. Box 310-M, Sechelt.,   4959-33  For Quick Results.  Use Timet Adbriefs I  JOUBNEXMAN^JShipwright,  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_  RAGING CRANE  CONSTUCTION  Framing and renovations  Free RRAP estimates.  885-5677 eves  or 885-5055 eves.   4334-tfn  THUNDERPAINTING     -  residential, commercial ���  Free estimates, best prices.  Ph. 885-3301. 4784-34-    j.   WHAT DO YOU EXPECT^.,-  FROM A TREE SERVICE?  ���Experienced, insured work?  ���Prompt, guaranteed sen-  vice?  ���Fair estimates?  1 "* Then give us a call:  */���-*#������.������:-PEERLESS     '  - TREE SERVICES LTD.  885-2109       758.tfn  CLAPP CONCRETE  p  Placing and Finishing  AU Types of Concrete Work  Patios, Floors, Foundations  Driveways, Custom Work  __4_rPrompt; ���ServicetS-v_-  Free Estimates .''..*  Box 1341 pechelt  ' 885-2125  BOYS, GIRLS or retired  people to delivery Vancouver Sun. Requires Vfe -1 hr.  per day. Call collect 732-2327  ���message for R. Gee. 4915-33  MATURE STUDENTS! Earn  $6 to $7 per hour plus bonus  -with-- interesting summer  work. IVrtte Fuller TJrush 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" ���.-'.'  2HRS. A DAY -$200 a month,  commision plus prizes. For  details write, Fuller Brush,  Box 108,207 West Hastings St.,  Vancouver V6B1H7, or Mr. T.  Diamond, RR 3, Kamloops.  B.C.V2C5K1.        "    4227^tfn -  2 BDRM basement suite in  Gibsons.   Available   im-  med'y. $200.886-9258.    4283-33  FURNISHED waterfront apt  "TV," telephone,  linen  &  cleaning arrangements. 885-  2627. 4285-36  3 BDRM homeJn Gibsons.  Centrally located. 886"-9957.  .      .. y 4288-35  LGE PRIVATE furn'd 1 bdrm  apt. Completely self-cont'd.  Avail July 15-Sept 15. $250.885-  2853. 4296-33  Wanted to Rent  WANT TO rent, or rent to own,  Gibsons-Sechelt area. 2 or 3  bdrm home for couple with 2,  children, for Sept. 1. Write B.  Holmes, . 1153 Vidal, White  Rock. B.C. 4918-33  "WANTEDr -accommodation  for student teacher, 8 yr old  son, for Sept. 1 in Sechelt area.  1 or 2 bdrm cottage, either  near beach or- w-large yard  preferred. M. Webb, 231 Fell  Ave.,Bby.,B.C.V5B3Y3.   4299-34,  Real Estate  174  ACRES, view,  creek.  Spring Valley Farm, Powell  ; River, V8A4Z2.     .    5495-tfn  75 i6' Modified hiiii, 90 hp,  full canvas top^$3,575. 885-  3510-1   A-Z, _ y 4892-33  GIFT, CARD & plant shop in  Gibsons    Village.     Circumstances require that this  2-year-old business be .offered      ?   J_orJusJL the value of stock _& _A��^_��T 1. P^wood TTboat._ 6  fixtures.    For   more    in--        " r   "  formation write Box 981,  Gibsons, B.C. Serious  inquiries only, please. 4991-34  SEWING MACHINE repairs.  Unconditional guarantee on  -all workr Parts"for all makes.-  Ph. Steve, 885-2691.     4779-tfn  REGINA tank vac, new wig, 2  ponchos, ass't toys, dolls,  BiiggyTtnkeefc. 8863734.  4266-33  MODERN GROCERY "store  w-Uving quarters. Increasing volume. Owner,  earns $20,000 plus. $25,000  down to mtg qualifier plus  stock. Reply Box 659, Nakusp,  B.C.V0G1R0. 4310-33  Mobile Homes  MOBILE HOME space, near  . Sandy Beach on" full lot. $75  -t>er mo. 926-1024. 4264-tf  Campers and Trailers  ^CAAAPERSr   ���  ���Vacations the  unhassledway"  FULLY EQUIPPED  FULLYINSURED  VANCOUVER RATES  RESERVE EARLY       f  885-2600  ANYTIME  4629-tfn  beam,. 5 HP Wisconsin  engine, runs well. $300 obo.  883-2620. 4284-33  17' SAILBOAT, sleeps 2. 885-  -'3514.' ���"_."*    4289-35  10 FT FIBREGLASS, ace, 3  HP.Johnson, $375. After 2  pm, Thursday; 885-3585.   4290-  35  30  FT  McQUEEN. ' Owner  must sell, any reasonable  offer considered. 885-2853.  4294-33  Livestock  CERTIFIED  Farrier,  Hans  Berger is coming to Coast.  Contact Sunshine Farm. 898-  3751.       ... 994-tfn  2 YEARLING Apaloosa colts.  Exc. quality. Sire Top Backfire. -885-9418, enquiries.  4908-  33  FOR   SALE,   2   yr.    old*  registered Angus Heifer.  Leave message at 885-2846.  4999-34  FULL or parttime aggressive  ��� mature adult commission  salesperson for Sunshine  Coast and-or Powell River  area. Seniors accepted, send  your written resume to Box  -6G83f P.R.News. 6083-35"  FOR SALE in Wilson Creek  area. New 3 bdrm 1,100 sq.  ft. house with full bsmt,'  double plumbing, standing  fireplace, sundeck, carport,  beautiful view. Asking $53,500.  By owner. Ph 885-3773.4886-tfn  4429-tf  NEEDING     experienced  bartender    for'  private  functions, dances, restaurants  t etc? 885-5546 or 885-2100. 4279-  , ?5 ;���.''   ��� '' '  TEACHER available for any  tutoring needed. 885-5546 or  885-2100. 4280-35  2 EMPLOYEES req'd bet-  ' ween ages of 17 & 24.  General Helper-Laborer; also  Girl Friday to learn  bookkeeping & general office  work. 885-5711, Cameo Industries. - -7^     4259-33   - ,  v  3 CHILD CARE counsellors in  community-run, family-  oriented residential treatment  centre for children ages 6 to  17. Must be able to work with  children and their families as  well as maintain close communication with local  residents, school personnel  and other social service  workers. Requires experience  , and some educational  background in social services.  Apply - to Wilson Creek  Residential Treatment  Centre, PO Box 770, Sechelt.  For info phone 885-3885.  Closing date for applications  is July 15,1978.  '       . 4278-33  DISTRIBUTORSHIPS  available for solid-brass  products.   Sell   retail   or  . wholesaJerf-^5Jip~iiive^toi.entr-  securedT by* inventory. Starts  you making big $$$. For information phone Duncan, B.C.  . 748-2437 eves. 4300-33  NEV^iTPAPER - Printing.  Excellent opportunity for  mature person seeking permanent position. Must be  prepared to become involved  ana assume responsibilities..  Supply qualifications to  Osoyoos Times Ltc}., PO Box  359,Osoyoos,B.C.V0HlV0.  4306-33  ULTRADECK  1 byTrodan  ^,The ultimate in fiberglass  sundecks"  886-2953  4487-tf  r"  i  i   The Peninsula Times Classifieds  3 lines for $2.15  Run your ad 3 times for the price of 2.  SPORTS   REPORTER   with  photographic experience for  twico, weekly newspaper in  Williams  Lake> Some dark  room ability an asset. Write:  the  Editor,   Williams   Uke  1   Tribune, 188 North 1st Ave.,  I   Williams Uke, B.C. V2G 1Y8.  ���    Ph. 392-2331. ' 4309-33  .^ :.  -7���.���,...,������  I  I  BUY NOW. Large 3 bdrm  home in Village of Sechelt -  ensuite, 2 fireplaces, dining  room, cedar feature walls, full  basement, view. Ph. 885-  .3675.  jfn  SEMI-WF beach access. Has  cedar cottage, FP,  workshop. Paid up lease to  W94. FP $21,000, offers. 54  Mission Rd. 886-9378.    4937-33  75x145 treed lot, $12,000.  Norvan Rd. W. Sechelt. Also  lge, partially cleared lot.  Pebble Cres. cul-de-sac.  $11,900.885-2991 or 885-5750.  4928-33  EGMONT. \Vz acres WF.  t Crown lease ($160 per yr.) 2  barm cottage. Power avail.  Water access only, $10,500.  883-9206 or 883-9060.       4907-33  VIEW,'P. BAY, Sechelt In.  Sunshine Hghts. Lot 22, R-l,  S. Village Services, ap. 1700  sq. ft., bluff wf, undergrnd  wires, marina, Speilmann,  1645 Ala Wai, Honolulu, 96815,  -$22,800.-.--���   -���   ���4995-40^  .POWELL RIVER dist. 2.9  acres. Zoned R-3. Heavily  treed with fir to build log  home or subdivide. Sewer,  water & hydro. Qfte-third mile  paved road frontage. $35,000  obo. Phone Sechelt 885-2315.  4998-34  LOVELY 2 bdrm modular  home on lg. landcsaped lot  with fenced in area, upper &  lower sundecks, heated shed,  w-d, f-s included 500' from  water, Wilson Creek on good  leased land. Full price $25,000.  885-3947.,,' .        4982-34  TENT-TOP travel trailer -  sleeps 4 - for rent by the  week.-Pbr88��r2944.���4935-33-  '66  SHASTA  19'   self-cont'd  trailer. Very well maint'd.  "Brand new uphol'y, can sleep  8. Fridge, stove, shwr. Best  offer. 885-5563 or 885-3568.  .. -      - 4269-35  Cars and Trucks   _s         <���  '65 COMET FORD, $1,800  9846. ' 4971-34:  Machinery  D 4 CATERPILLER tracts  Good running order, with  extra brunch blade. 885-9087.  4958-33  Found  '73 DATSUN 1200auto. Gooi  runner, snows, $800 obo. 886-  2373. 4981-34  '69 VW VAN. reblt. engine.  Pop-up top. Camperized,  $2,000.886-9137. 4917-33"  '28 MODEL A Street Rod. New  Hi-Perf 327. Needs paint.  $3,000,883-2732. 4965-33  FOUND: a grey & white Manx  cat&her kitten. Please call  885-3876 after 5 pm.       4287-33  Wanted to Buy  WANT TO BUY upright piano.  886-7483. 4973-34  For Sale  '71 CAPRI 1600  offer. 886-9973.  spd, best  4260-35  '72 FORD Meteor, gd running  - cond, gd tires, must sell,'  $100.885-9764. .   4261-35  '73 % TON Ford Econoline  Van, V8 std, 31,000 mi, HD  susp, bucket seats, HD heater,  radio, ps, pb, sliding door w-  wdws, rr vent wdws, shelving  etc for tradesman. $3000. 883-  9913;  .-..':��� 4270-35  For Rent  hint your od In th# iquarat,  word,  D* tur* lo Itav* a blank ipacn alter each  Thruo llnot It ��1 ,| 5, Each additional lino Ii 60c,  Taka advantage al our ipeclal tavlngt,  * Run your ad twice ��� the third time It PRIB,  ' ll you pay fpr ygiir ad the Saturday belora publication you get a  discount---2Sclor I Intertlon���SOclor 3.  Mall ut your ad, or drop It old  \r\ Sechelt at fhe fenlnwlo Tlm���� Ofllc^^^^^^^^.^      u, ^ ���,������  " "* ' InOlbtont at the 'Arbuti��i T'e* '"  7     ,.a,ii��i l'i77  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  Box 310 Sechelt, B.C.  V0N3A0  CLASSIFICATION  "���*"  "***���  "**"  .r  "*"  ....  .....  ....     -p  .;���  ���  ._.  ���  ���  ���  _.  ���  -  ������  -,  ��.  -'  "f-mm  $21B  60'  60'  60��  Name  Addrett  ���t,l��IN����,  .,ui..^..tfm..*,m,^m.Tm*l,.tm. , fl  FOR RENT:   Wilson Creek  Community Hnll.  Contact  Bonnie Wigard at 885-9403.  3091-tfn  LARGE     HOUSEKEEPING  rooms/Weekly or monthly.  Vh. 885-3295 or 006-2542. 4158-  tfn  NEW 3 BEDROOM homo, %  .   ncro vlow lot, Gibsons. Ph.  503-8592. 4062-tfn  ^ BDRM DUPLiaxlnyillngo.  " Ref. $325. Gordon Agencies,  ^005-201:1 or 885-9305.      4934-33  GARDEN BAY - ^ duplex for  rent - furnished, for July-  Sept. 30. $225 per month. Light  und fuol incl. 803-0070.4900. tfn  MADEIRA "PARK,  1 iMirnf  furn, house, w-w carpets,  flroplaco, 005-2250 10 n.m. -10  p.m. or (112) 032-3111, I/)cul  501, offlco hr��. 4090-34  2 BDIiM APT. Gibsons. Stove,  frldRO,  wnll-to-wnll,, olec.  020-0009.  4900-33  FOR   SALE    by    owner.  executive    home,    1001  waterfront. Private rd, to  beach, % acre land. 3 bdrms,  lvg, dng, kit, bath, fp, sundeck  on main floor. Same lower  "���flbt>r-plus"carp6rtfor2caTS"&"  ' cement driveway. Fruit trees.  006-2734. 4205-35  MUST SELL Immed: new  house on lge viow lot. Incl  many oxtras. Wakefield Rd,  W. Sechelt, Call owner, 885-  33?7. 4275-35  ��� 72 COLT'; wagon7 hew" tires.  $500 obo. 885-2326.      4293-33  '65  VW  BUG,  goodv clean,  reliable transportation. 885-  2853, ... 4295-33  '67 FORD F100 pickup, mint  cond'n. $1200 ono. 885-2934.  ,4297-33  '64 STUDEBAKER 'Cruiser',  4 dr, good cond, snow tires,  other extras. 883-2640.  4298-33  Boats and Engines  '18%' STARCRAFT V6 Buick,  OMC leg, fwc, 4 wheel tilt  trailer. 885-2997 or Radcliffe  Rd., Selma Park.        4481-33  H&BBOATBUILDING  27 ft. Hull  - : &D.eckJUt _._  9 ft. Dinghies  , Reliable company newly  relocated ih Garden Bay.  Quality repair. Reasonable  rates.  883-9307  eves: 883-9391  4850-33  LOOKING for a Rock & Roll  Band?Jlorizonjs_ayailable,_  best price-on the Coast. 885-  2815. 4501-tf  CHILDRENS, maternity and  ladies clothing, good  quality. 'New ���&; nearly ne^".  Encore Boutique,72445 Marine  Dr., W. Vancouver, 922-2020.  Tues-Sat. 10-5, closed MOn.  A,y:y., ���������'..��� .<."�����'::; ���-.���'���r7v.-v.'4141rtf ������  . -iT '���''������',' .'���',. ,,'���.; ..vir���;���-'),,' ���'���: rr-'"  FISHER wooaburning stove  with the 10 year guarantee  can be seen at Radio Shack, J  &C Electronics: 4855-tfn  FAPM FRESH vegetables  and   blacL currants.   886-  7046. ���'.' 4983^34  LENOX ELECTRIC furnace.  As':-new,--cableT&"' pipes incl.  886-9275 Sat. & Sun.       4963-33  CONTENTS.of,cottage: beds;..  dinette;    chesterfield;  miscellaneous items. After 2  pm, Thursday, 885-3585.   4291-  35        '     ���������'--.  D7E CAT 48A 3132, good undercarriage, 2 new finals,  pup motor redone, new turbo  and ROPS canopy. $25,000.  604-567-9895. 4301^3  BIG GAME HUNTING - B.C.  residents. Sheep, goat,  grizzly (spring), caribou,  moose. Excellent .packhorses.  Equip't supplied. Booking  reservations now. Liard  Outfitters, Box 216, Ft.  Nelson, B.C. Ph. 774-2110.  4302-33.  DOORS! B.C.'s Lowest  Prices! Pre-hung interior,  $14.90; pre-hung exterior,  $32.00; fancy doors, $39.00.  Huge stock! Walker's. Ph. 266-  7211, 1366 S.W. Marine Dr.,  Vancouver V6P5Z9.     4305-33"  COUNTRY CHU'RCH,  professionally renovated to  3 bedroom home, 1% baths, 75  x 150 lot, stained glass windows, skylights, fully insulated, organic garden, quiet  -farming"-eommunityr^'$47-,000:  Offers.' Ph. 794-7339.      4308-33  FISHERMEN! Want a  catalogue of brand name  tackle? Send $1.00 refundable  on first $10.00 order to:  Steelhead Sporting Goods,  Box 80854, Burnaby, B.C. V5H  3Y1. Ph: 438-4202. Chargex,  Mastercharge welcome. 4313-  33     \     *  $ MAKING PLAN ,  PROXIMITY SWITCH  NEW Electronic switching  device. Senses continuously,  objects in its vicinity. OBJECT moves it switches any  electrical device. NOW! Build  transistorized version, low-  cost,. easy^TMake NEW inr  ventions. "Sendr $9t9J5"7for1  3 UNIQUE quality -old"  'professional full-size slate  billiard tables from old pool  hall in Gibs'ons. 1 with carved  legs, $2250; 2 with straight  legs, $2250 ea. 886-2207 or 886-  7995. "' 4268-35  CONSOLE sewing machine,  $50. 3.5 HPEska outbdmtr,  as new, $260.886-7039.   4274-35  Legal Notices  ANYONE having claims  against the Estate of Olive  May Porte of Sechelt, who  died February 13,1978, should  contact the undersigned on or  before the 12th day of August,  1978.  .  ROBERT J.E. HALEY  Barrister & Solicitor  1207 Wharf Rd., Box 1250  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  4315-spt pub. July 12,19,26.  1978 '  detailed plans, 16 pages, 8^ x  11. G. "Aridersoh���RR 4,  Mission, B.C..V2V5M2. 4304-33  Wood burn Stoves  & Fuel Ltd.  Wood: stoves: by .'Fisher,  ��� Lakewobd/'Se'clprei; Valley^  Comtort - ..-and -; Findlay.:  Distributors' in ; Western"  Canada of the Kerr Scotsman  and Kerr Titan wood fired  ,boile/.i, Dealers inquiries invito Northern: Heatliner and  Shgjw-" 'Zero Clearance.  Wooc|/oil furnaces. Insulated  pipe, accessories and fittings.  XlAaZW .FellLAv*., -1-  - ��� ' North Vancouver  987-0811  MAKING  r^7,^-:M:   - "/'.  EXPERIENCED  SEAMSTRESS  C^ll  886-7916  after 5r(H)ioit*  ��� -p  !   hont, $250 por mon.  FOR SALE: privately owned  building lot. Over 1200 sq ft, -  Garden Bay Estates, Pendor  Harbour. Paved rd, frpnt &  back access, walking distance  to store, PO & launching  facilities,* Any,? rcnsbnablc  offer will bo considered, 112-  545-6443 after 0 pm, Mr.  Brown. 4270-33  3~BDRM HOUSE on 4 land-  flenpod commoVclal lots.  Dawson City. Heated dbl  garage, 5 appliances, carpeted, drapes. $80,000. Furniture can bo purchased  separately. R. Lord, Box 81,  DnwBon, Yukon. YOB 1G0.  4303-33  ulSNT^lliPSiracro  Ilay-Cattlo ranch 22 ml oust  of Smithers, 100 acres good  buy. Barns, corral, streams^ 3  bdrm      homo;   ^Thodurn  20 FT. REINELL sailboat. 3  sails,    trnilor,    15    hp  Evinrude. $9,000.880-9084,  4907-tfn'  .im���.i*���y��mm,mm~mmm^m,mm*.��.mm.���.i.. .���   ,     .,     i. ,.,. mm  ,XV CALIF,,SKI boat- rebuilt.,  Chev. power. Trailer. $3,500.  803-2732. i 4904-33  ���7T~REINELL lOMiardtop.  llobullt 05 hp Johnson OB.  Camper typo canvas. Extra  pnnvas top. E-Z Loader  trailer. Sleeper seats. Anchor.  PH��. only $3,750. 085-3403 aft.  0,,. ,  ,,.    . 4921-33.,,  28' SI'jOOP ' ���Wita^rttTV^ieeps  4, inbd auxiliary, $5,500.  Moored at Smitty's Marina.  800-9420. 4931-33  1075  O'DAY   20 'keel" centreboard flberglaHH Hloop.  , Sloops 4. Main. & jib. 7.5 Merc.  v  SMALL NflW cotU>Ko near  sandy beach. $195 per mo.  020-1024.        v 4202-35   m. _J , , (_  MOBIIiE HOME space near  ..w,saiMlyJjeach-oa XuU 4otrl76>  facilities. fl75,000. Machinery   J^^^^iSlK!.  ni>ntinkt/v Tm. 'i-in nt\A nj_nj_arfy ~��nO|10r�� < OlOr hOC��l()(l ��� R��V ti  wmi wlmrf Madeira Park. Must Imj  rtmri sold- Asking $6,500. Any offer  4d07��^.i.. conn|(li 274-0331 collect. 4254-34  nvoilnblo, Ph. Il2-fl04-fl40-5027  or.wrlto Box4l3, Telkwa, B.C.  VOJ 2X0. -1"  \  0.5 ACRES w-now 3 bdrm  ranch stylo homo. 805-9795.  .QoQortMflJtv  The Peninsula Times  ^  ,   WATERFRONT  houso for v  'it*r^'ln:ffili&  * I 33        '       '           ���         ' OWN YOUR own businfcsB.  ,l ��� ���, u_���,  Work  any  hours.  Good  I            Por Quick'toiuiu- potential Income. For further  ������--*            UMTlm-.Adbrl.fi I Info, 880-7039. 4273-39  .A  ���09 DODGE. Oood running  cowl, Wlwrft i��,��s is, Best  .Pftor. M.ft. C'lii^er,,QJipjn-  I.Trauc  Sorry.  we don't print money,  but we do try to  save you money.  MMM  After alLyPM qocLyour bujjinesa qro ludgod by what othors  soo ... and wo cqn offor you flno quality work based on 50  y&art of experience at fair and reasonable prices.  Romomber --- ydur printing roflocta your buslnosa ,.,. and  there's no substitute for Quality.  u.....,v, (.->,. ,\, ,,...) -  \-\:  ���im  or. $375 olx), 803-  32     FT     FLOATHOUSK,  bargain nt $1050, ncodfl  minor repairs. 733-40(55.   4207-  35 7 ,    ,   '  Come and discuss your print  ���"���- wo'lf ba right ovofr.  needs or call us  ��� nhf'm,  i^s:^  THE ^ENINSULA^fe^  ti,  i r^jAw^-^WAjii..,  pj^lBWWl**��i*��^Wp^*;'.,����^  '     f  6* ��^t��ailh#pttrl4^1WU**��r'rt'lSW*tt  tun, ty* is   ,y fnii    W��K*(|i �� < fj    (uT��i *MlrtT ^inWniwiltoW  "*f '  I^Kr-'-.-s^aiirtrii* i����ff* Si*fci' *i"4*-*i'w��Wl!��^��**' w*>* i*t*��:*��t t*Mp|K f tespwiMii>v*��W'����  *���,.,  I  j.  \ I ���     ,1, ��� p  Wednesday, July 12,1978  The Peninsula Times  PageB-3  ,   BOX 100  J��ADEIRAJ��ARK,JLe^  883-2233  IIow~ ta~get^yo^^  The real estate licensee is a  service man ��� the service he  performs for you is complex,  exacting and important, so if  Metric  construction  Whether the industry likes  it or not, full metric standards  were required in Canada  January 1, 1978, and to give  leadership in metric con-  -struction, the Minister of  Housing has "annoQnced a  demonstration project to be  built in Burnaby. ,ta/  ^~One~himdred -thirty���four_  towrihouse units are being  built this-year in provincially  owned Harold Winch Park,  planned for the south slopes of  Burnaby Mountain.  Each of these units ��� being  designed to .be sold with the  co-operation of CMHC for  eligibility under the AHOP  program  square  metres   in   average  size. That is one  thousand  you're not satisfied with his  service, it is your right to  complain.  Complain first to the  salesman involved. Ask him to  show you how he is working to  sell your property. Many of  his services may not be visible  to you, and you have a right to  know. You ��� as the client ���  deserve the best possible  service, but remember that  you too have responsibilities  in the sale of a property.  Are you accepting  the  salesman's expert evaluation  of the market value of your  home, or are you letting  emotion get in the way of  objectivity? There could be  many explanations if your  property is not selling as  quickly as you would like ���  .and you should ask to have  them outlined.  The real estate industry is  a service industry, and it  wants the chance to give you  the best service possible  throughout the  year.  Preserving the city's past  ���vU1 ,V  - *..\-7v*pH--^.VA.  seventy sjx square feet, as we<-  are        accustomed       to  measuring today.  The ahop plan  AHOP stands for Assisted  Home 0 w n e r s h i -p'  Programme/and the B.C.,,  Department of Housing and  Central" Mortgage and  Housing have joined-together  to provide these units to B.C.  buyers, s  Part otae :is j the ��� CMHC  interest reduction loan, which  Is available to  new  home  purchasers! and reduces the  mortgage ln\ep*st to eight per  cent. Part two. is a $750 subsidy   from   CMHC   for  applicants with at least one  -child, which.can^be,had:if the.,  interest reduction 16an has  been received. Tho amount ofj  this subsidy vaflop" wlifi. In-"  como.  Part three Is'anothor $750  subsidy from tho province if  the applicant baa qualified for  the first two parts, and If he pr  she meet the residential  qualifications,, in British  Columbia. , >  Yofi|r local real estate\  office lias a brochure with all  tho detailed Information, or  you^n-contuct41ie_MinlstCJL  of Municipal Affairs and  Housing,   Home   Purchase  Assistance Office, 027 Fort  Street, Victoria,  The Vancouver City  Ar-  _chiyes^.is_ repository for the  memorabifuT~of~-our���city!s_  beginnings.'  Staff of the Archives is  ^always searching for pictures,  ;maps, artifacts ��� anything  that has a part in the growth of  this city which started as a  collection of shacks at  tidewater, and has now grown  to a'* sophisticated metropolis.  " As an example, the Real  Estate Board of Greater  "Vancouver d6nated~a~lafge~  leatherbound atlas ��� a 1912  edition of maps showing what  was then -the City of Vancouver.     ' ���  Along with this donation  was an additional gift of the  _original minute books of the  Real" "Estate���Exchange^  covering the years up to 1934,  and historic, pictures of the  city.  The Board urges other  businessmen to consider the  Archives rather than  disposing of old documents.  The business that helped  build Vancouver into what it  is today can -once again help  by" keeping alive Its yesterday. '  Contact the Vancouver  Archives at 1150 Chestnut  Street, with donations.  IMAGINE.  ������  your cabin or homo  quiet woods  '     ;  pristine Lako  spectacular views of sea & mountains  75 large lot* & acroago* now avallablo on Hotol Lako  [iomo watorfront] ad|ac��nt to Ponder Harbour on tho   .  fabulous Sunshln* Cocut. Wator, powor, tolophone & '  pavod roads. Approx. 1 hrs. drlvo frorn Langdalo Forry  Terminal. Somo of tho world's belt froth & salt, water  fishing m aquatic rocroatlon.  Some of the world's best fresh & salt water fishing ft  aquatic rocroatlon. Moorage & shopping a stroll away.  ...AND AFFORDABLE TOQI  For detailed Information, contact  -- - - : ...,...: RICHABQ.-VOLK 7. l! :     .......  Westwator Proper ties Inc.  ,  ',     s 689-S771; 891-7489 eves.  -V-p'V  ,wn.v, ���..���..,,.'���  17' I-  ATTENTION!  Rotlro on tho boautlful  cocut of Pondor Horbour. Wo havo 6 Mobllo  Home Sltos loft.     SlngloWldoi    or Doublo Wldoi  Locatod at Gordon (lay  100% Bank Terms OPFC  HOMES  call collect'  Edlack, 591-5106 -  Pender Harbour Realty Lid.  HIWAY 101 AT FRANCIS PENINSULA RD.  SECRET COVE AREA ��� 10.6 acroi with 400' bbach,  walor & powor available, road In, F,P, $135,000,  RUBY LAKE ��� Watorfront lol, qulot location F.P.  A000,:���,:    -   iky   V       ������       ���    ,,A.  m  ^vf  ^ WATERFRONT LOT V Doop and protected moorage  In  Egmont, Has trallor  pod,  soptlcs,   wator  and  power,.  $35,000, ���   ��� '   '-  ONE ACRTTTOTS ��� Oni Francis Ponlpsula, Privacy      '  plus valuo'In this most desirable area, Just 2 loft to don't  dolay ,. . $15,000 each.  ,���.m..,���mn..,m.i���,���,������������ !,������_,���,_  ,,..,��� I,,,, ^  GARDEN BAY ESTATES -A- Beautiful waterfront lots  w|th ramjl'and float. Serviced, Asking $40,500,  GARDEN BAY ~- pno bedroom hoMio on a largo  vlow lol close to Gov't wharf, A goocl buy at $30,000,  REALTY  LTD.  TOLL FREE FROM  VANOrr^E*r-  689-7623  Member of Multiple Listing Service  HOMES  _ t  GARDEN BAY ���=- 1176 sq ft 2 BR view  hdftie, full' basement, sundeck. Built  1975. $56,000.  MADEIRA PARK - nice 2 BR home with  fireplace, full basement. Close to  stores, etc. $42,500.  GULFVIEW ROAD - Madeira Park,  fantastic view from this new home - 3  new ^-appliances, -fireplace.   $95,000.  GARDEN BAY ��� 1�� acre view lot  with 22 x 56 Safeway doublewide - 4  appliances, large sundeck, concrete  foundation. $62,500.  " NARROWS ROAD ��� 3 BR rancher, built  1976, carport & sundeck. Close to  Madeira Park. Reduced to $36,900.  MADEIRA PARK ��� interesting 4 BR  view home, architect-designed. 5  major appliances. $77,000.  BARGAIN HARBOUR AREA ��� corner lot  with 3 BR home. Acorn fireplace,, stove  & fridge. $45,000. I  EARLS COVE ��� furnished 12 x 44'  Skyline Mobile home on semi-  waterfront lot. $20,000.'  SILVER SANDS ��� 1.8�� acres. Gulf  view, 10 x 50' furnished mobile home,  smoll cabin. Close to beach. $45,000.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES4��� Luxurious 3"  BR cedar home, built 1975. View and  many extras. $105,000.  CLAYDON ROAD, GARDEN BAY - 3 BRr  view home, full basement, built 1975,  close to marina. $88,000.  WARNOCK ROAD ��� cozy 2 BR'  panabode, fireplace, full basement. On  large level lot. $36,000.  NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 BR home,  fireplace, sundeck, 3/4 acre lot on Hwy  101. $37,500. '  Va-  "   LILLIES (PAQ) LAKE ��� 3 BR home on  5+  acres. Fruit trees, garden. View  over lake. $77,500.  SILVER SANDS ��� 1.6i acres Gulf  view, furnished 12 x 60' mobile home.  Close to beach. $45,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 12 x 44'  Glendale mobile home with 430 sq ft  addition. On 2/3�� acre lot. $28,500.  LOTS AND ACREAGE  i  LAKEFRONT PROPERTIES  ACREAGE  serviced   lots.  20 ACRES ��� Mostly level land on Highway 101  across  from Sunset Cove, Beach access, nlcoly treed, driveway  In, Horo |s a fine Investment at $44,300,  7 ACRES ��� on Highway 101 close to Madeira Park.  Partly claarad and on a westerly slope, Asking $35,000, *'  r FRANCIS PENINSULA ~ E^^ |������ ^50'd^)4  building lol wllh 72' frontage on McKllntoch Road ,. , $9,300,  Duo \<m\recent changes In torrljory ratings - we  now have very competitive, rates on house  , (,-rClVi US A CAU FOR QUOTES  y-  .;..',**",����  JOHN BREEN  683-9978  ^17'^u*1  w  t'*'!*>  f��\i89Cw  "m  fehtuZi* '  1. IRVINE'S LANDING ��� 2.87 aero view  lot, level, $35,000.  .',  1. NEAR RUBY LAKE ��� 7�� acres' on  Hwy 101. $25,000.  3. MIDDLEPOINT -=18,9 acres, 2 BR  cottago, croek. $40,000,  4, KLEINDALE 4V(p��acros on Hwy 401,  ,$21,000. X  5. NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 15 acros,  2150 t ft, on Hwy, 101, $44,b00,  .6, KLEINDALE. ~- 23,7 ac^wmo  mwchantablo timber, Lots of troos for  bulMJ(yk<nog houso, $50,000,  7, FRANCIS PENINSULA-- 1,0i acres,  cornor of Warnock 8, Francis Ponlnsula  Roads. $17,500,  LOTS  I, MADEIRA  PARK  ���  $8,000-$22,000.  "ZFRANCIS PENWsTjlX-leTviced lotsT  $9,000-$24,000.   ..'���;,.  3. GARDEN BAY AREA ��� view lofs.  $12,900-$21,250.  4. SANDY HOOK ��� view lot on Porpolso Drive. $10,5Q0.  5, PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES ��� Sinclair  Bay Road. Serviced lots, most with  vlow, three with lakefront.,Priced from  $t0,000 to $37,500,  6, LANGDALE CHINES ��� Lot 35, Grady  Rd, Trood, $13,500. \  .7, BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� 1-.5 acres,,  troed, sorvlcod, $25,000,  ���3,. DAVIS BAY ��� Trood vlow lot on  Groor Road, $16,500,  9. SELMA PARI? ���  lot  with  boautlful  . vlow, closo to booth."$26i0Q0i-  10, FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� ?^nfej  building lots at cornor of Cochrane aid,  Cameron Roads, $11,000-$ 13,000,'  II, FRANCIS PENINSULA ROAD --  sorvlcod lot;, priced for quick salo.  $8,000,  VAKINAW^LAKE ��� 1,300+ ft1  lakefront, 24+ dcres.-U. BJfMurnished  panabode, float, $ 105,000r ��� 't^-^c;  RUBY CAKE ��� 5�� treed acres.close to  public lake access. $19,800.  CARTERS LANDING ��� Sakinaw Lake'-  24.8 �� acres, 1350 �� ft. lakefront,!road'  accoss, house, creek. $135,000.  RUBY LAKE ~- 95;fc7 acres excellent  land With 400�� ft lakefront and  2600��;ft on lagoon. $100,000,  SAKINAW LAKE ��� 16 acres, 750+ ft  lakefront..Wator access. $36,000.  D.L, 3258 ��� between Sakinaw 8, Ruby  Lakes, 1500 Tt ft, on Sakinaw Lako,  creok, Hallowoll Rd. ends at property,  $1'5,000,  SAKINAW  LAKE  .   2.9  acros,   128 + ''  lakofront. $25,000,  SAKINAW LAKE ��� 4 acres, 264��.ft. nice  lakefront,   3  BR  cottage with' inside  plumbing. Wharf. $32,000.  NORTH LAKE... _ 2  BR home,   needs  some finishing, lake vlow, road access,  Prov. lease lot. $2,1,000,    ,  RUBY, LAKE ��� 400��. ft lakefrontage,  S^troed acres, road accoss. $49,500."'  SAKINAW LAKE ��� loose lot with small  cottago and float. $15,000.  WATERFRONT HOMES  T  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  .LOTS  OERRANS DAY  li 100sb ft W/F, driveway, In, sorvlcod.  $20,OOQ.  2. 70 ft W/F lot, soptlc tank ft drain  flolcl In 8, approvod, drlvoway In, bldg  slto In, soulhorly oxposuro, $39,500,  .....77,..,, FRANCIS PENINSULA * >Ly7  1, 132 ft W/F. In Pondor Harbour,' 1,0  acros, doop moorago, $50,000,   ,  2, 03 ft W/F ad|olnlng abovo |,22db  ���acriia^$36.5QQ. - _____  3, >0' bluff v/atorfront, vlow ovor  bargain harbour, $2l,5'6o,  ST, VINCENT BAY '  I, 5,40 acres, 375;t fl, watorfront ��  small crook,, $35,000 _  ACREAGE  NELSON ISLANP -- 40 acros, 1500' on  Woshporo Bay, 225�� on Wost Lako. 3  BR homo, 2 cottages, road to lako,  floats, Walor accoss, $160,000.   ,  PARLS COVE   5,57 acros, 450��  fl  sholtorod watorfront ad|olnlog' ..forty  pp'tormlhal,-|l29,000^"'-"'-''Vw'**--'l!"''-"v--''--'-  WESTMERE    BAY    ���--     1,400*     ft  watorfront on 4.0 trood acros, Nlco  boach and rocky point, Walor accoss  ~onlyr$-47730Qp; < L~_ .r.  11,6 ACRE ISLAND  3 BR furnlshod  panabodo, float, Walor 8, hydro,  $165,000, ���  FRANCIS PENINSULA- 2 BR homo, full  basomont, 6 appllancos, flroplaco. 133'  watorfropt, ramp 8, float, Prlco roducod  to $01,000.  GARRANS BAY ��� 200 �� ft, W/F, 2,4  acros, 2 BR homo with flroplaco, 2 BR  cottago, dock -ft float, $150,000,  \ M    M.p   '  I  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY  i  HOSPITAUAY - 2 BR homo on 50;fc  boach lot, $60,000,  FRANCIS PENINSULA -r- large .3 OR  archltocf doslgnod homo on 130 fl,  watorfront lol. $95,000, '    :  MADRIRA PARK-���'vacant Moro bldg,  JOCK HERMON  -   - 883-2748  !"���������].������ ��������� ���>' <',y;  3  HU    RI5 tREtK --. t,33��,acre ,_ ^      mrwi:nv> rnnn ��� ������ vnMiiii smro phiQi * mwmmm^ry-nw^.'ir^-^mmKmmmmmm  ��p,r^,..Vp��^,VV^ntrp-^A.^,*-vrrt';,iwJB' -���y-^Ki^y.'Mty^  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233  *flV^;r:jiifeiii��aif  -.-, -.      .       ., P"     �������    -'   ,     1 ���,  ,,    p,   1, ��� -IV ,\   if     y"'f.l   !��� i.    >',,������,mm     '  mnti^taim'!ii-mivi^,ifm��^^  '(' j -,'��� ft'"-.. ���k��!��,.|.4...^.��,).-��*(S,.'i.s<.;,��4^��....,.,�����������^.<,.. ,*tamaiim,4t*:altii  ���9,  r V   ('���' ' I  i?,��� ,��,.,...���,,.,.,.���.  DAN WILEY, Res-883-9149  ^;i^3:^.l^?^^^^:,&&iv:'^^!v;*  \  MMa  u  ^f3WttW#VW��*Bli % JflW����  ifWS*^#flM-a^�� W W**��liH?W ^  U..        .    f <f  ..:. .-3,���y-  I . I ��.  ^*i*!**iUi*.'  PageB-4    The Peninsula Times   TVednesdayrJuly 12���" TB]e~^tMnrole"oif ~tHc~"  Marsh World        Mk    construction industry  MUSHROOMS ��� These non-chlorophyll producing  plants live as parasites on dead or living organisms.  They grow wherever conditions are suitable, but  usually need moisture. Shelf fungi (Polyporus  versicolor), left, are common on rotting logs.  Growth rings form attractive concentric' patterns,  the outer or new growth ring is light creamy-yellow  or white. They become tough and hard with age.  The morels (Morchella esculenta), right, are characterized by numerous pits and folds over the surface.  Extreme care should be taken to identify edible  from poisonous mushrooms.  O '40  <X CUWtMirw #t UMVfr��>u  Ducks Unlimited (Canada)  1495 Pembina Hwy, Winnipeg, Man. R3T 2E2  �� 245 - 78  ��� The public has been  -saturated. with reports ���  some true and some grossly  exaggerated ��� of the big, bad  developer as one of the causes  of housing problems^ in  Canada. It's time someone  told you about their good  accomplishments. During the  last decade, the industry, has  built over two million housing  units, bringing our nation's  stock to over seven millions  units ... or one housing unit  for every third person in  Canada ��� an enviable record  around the world. In the last  ten years real estate  developers have built \ in excess of one thousand major  -shopping centres, producing  countless jobs and continuing  economic security  in  sales  generated. Many municipal  government projects have.:  been launched because  municipalities have all  beneKfed from the 100 million  dollars in property taxes paid  by entrepreneurs who build  and hold commercial and  industrial developments. A  total of more than 110 billion  dollars worth of construction  in one decade has generated a  lot of good' for Canada and  Canadians ... a great contribution from those big, bad  developers.  Advertisings  keeps you  posted.  CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORY BOARD  EAL ESTATE  APPRAISALS  J& NOTARY PUBLIC  ������HHUMHMUHMfi*.   '    '^L    '  DENTAL BLKSfe^  GIBSONS   ;-r:5fe    PHONE 886-22  UND DEVELOPMENT LTD     TOLL FREE 682  ar.Ov/l  The balance between  esthetics and employment  There is a fine line between  a city concentrating on being1  attractive, and a city concentrating on beirig attractive  to both people and industry..  Esthetics are  important,'  but  so   are   jobs.   Unless  residents  have   secure   em-  - ployment, there is ho money  to spend on  environmental  ,v considerations and services.  Officials in all levels of  government must effect the  balance that will ensure our  ��� province has the air, land and  water quality we recognize for  environmental purposes, but  they must also make the  climate attractive for the  location' of industries that  provide on-going employment  and tr guaranteed tax base.  Another priority is  protection of industry and jobs  that are already'in-British  Columbia, so closures do not  affect the security of citizens  now established.  Leadership should come  from Regional Districts where  planning and co-ordinating  programs for all of British  Columbia" wouldT assure "that  environmetal demands are  met, but employment opportunities are not forgotten.  I"  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  MOVING  KNOW   OF   ANYONE   MOVING   ANYWHERE   IN  CANADA?    __.  LET ME HELP YOU ���  Write, phone [collect]  CLIFF PARKS  of A.E. LePage Western Ltd.  coast to coast placement service  over 300 offices across Canada  939-4431  office  936-0951  residence  I  I  1  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  J  SELMA PARK-VIEW-  By owner ��� NEW HOME with FINISHED BASEMENT,  including a cozy and bright, family room, EXTRA  BATHROOM and. separate entrance guest room.  Tastefully LANDSCAPED with large FENCED IN  YARD. Family orientated neighborhood with NO  THRU TRAFFIC on Radcliffe Rd.  To -view call:  885-3855  [eves] ���   ,  v,  FOR SALE  nt  1  -SERVICE COMMERCIAL PARK  2 Blocks West of Sunnycrest Centre  Gibsons  *>��=&  MEMBER  - **  ...^ ���������,_,,  w;fefc^i'.'l^^,ii*^>  The Sunshlno Roast's first fully  serviced light Industrial ��� service  commercial devolopftiont. SeaMount Park  will allow opportunities for tho creation of now  enterprises ana the development of new employment.  The site has been provided with a number of features which  will allow flexibility and quality during development.  ' dr  * Building ichomo * Sanitary sewer * Eight Inch water lines * 340-600 Volt  thrao phase power * Joint Podorftl/Prov|ncla| financing assUtanco * A broad.,.  list of uses as defined In tho Olbsons By-law. ><��� ��� 'J".Tn,��,f  i, ' -"   A<    i."- ��� , '"���> ��������> *���  '     " T'p    "**'"'  Call  Jon McRae  885-3670  Lorrie Girard  886-7760  4#"  Bx.��a  Chris Kankainen  885-3545   ^  Arne T. Pettersen  886-9793  HOMES  C. ENGLISH LTD., 885-3295 (Sechelt)  ASK FOR "SEAMOUNT PARK"-YOU'LL BE CLAD YOU DID  CRUCIL ROAD, GIBSONS: Bright and spacious  3 bedroom family home in excellent condition  located within easy walking distdnce to  schools and shops. Large kitchen with built-in  dishwasher and .indirect fighting. Two  fireplaces, huge recreation room. Lots of  extra space in-daylight basement for den.or  extra bedroom and workshop. Por the price of  $62,500 you also get a beautiiul view for "your  constant enjoyment.  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. .        , ���>;  COMMERCIAL GROCERY STORE & PROPERTY:  The only store in the area with a good volume  of business and growing steadily. An ideal  JSJbMR, feu? Jfiisij XJlRS-JSfeJlvJb&SJS JS JjHHX:-*,,,  -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.  BOYLE ROAD: 5.05 acres partially cleared  and electrically fenced. Includes cow,  chickens and'ducks. Rentable trailer pad with  own septic. Partially finished home, all new  construction,, approximately 1/2 completed.  White onyx fireplace, varnished cedtfr ceiling,  thermopane windows, and large combination  furnace. Please make an appointment first to  view. $68,000.  SOUTH FLETCHER: A beautiful view of Gibsons Harbour is only one of the many features  of this four bedroom home. Others include a  feature' wall fireplace, hardwood floors,  lovely large kitchen and for the handyman a  16 x 18 workshop. $37,900  HILLCREST ROAD: Panoramic view of Gibsons  Harbour and Georgia Strait fron^ this lovely  home. Exceptionally large kitchen as well as  a separate dining room'. Two bedrooms anil a  rec room and bedroom finished downstairs.  Living room features a floor to celling wa''  fireplace in cameo marble. Lot is fully Ian  scaped, $52,500.  GLASSFORD & GOWER PT RD: Country Estate  in the heart of the Village. You must see this  traditionally   styled   four   bedroom,   full  'basement   home  with   finished   rec   room.  , Fireplaces up and down. Large garage with  workshop under. All this nestled privately on  two lots.  Year round, creek goes  through  property. Beautifully landscaped with many  fruit trees.  Plus  a guest cottage presently  rented for $165 per month. Home could be an  excellent revenue property as the basement  has   complete   kitchen   and   wasriroom  (facilities.   All   within   a   stone's   throw   of  shopping and post office. .   $67,500  FAIRVIEW RD: Lovely full basement home on  quiet street. Two bedrooms upstairs and one  not quite completed downstairs. Wall to wall  carpeting throughout. Heatilator fireplace  and thermoglas windows for heating,  economy. House is situated on a 1/2 acre lot  with some water view.  . $49,500  I  I  I  I  I*  I  1  I  ���  I  I  ���  ���  ���  I  ���  I  B  I  .      .. ��� ���--  COACH ROAD: (off Leek Rd) Three year old-5  three bedroom home situated on a quietlS  subdivision in Roberts Creek only two milesjS  from Gibsons. Large kitchen with an eatingS  nook. Yard is nicely landscaped, yours to|H  enjoy frorri the 300 sq ft spjit level sundeck.||  Extras include a wired and plumbed darkjB  room and a 7 x 8 storage shed. $44,900^J           B  HILLCREST ROAD: Three bedroom full H  basement home only two years old. Living H  room, dining room and the bedrooms have'J  "wall to wall* carpeting. While preparing a |  meal creating enjoy the view of Keats Island, n  "Georgia^trdifana the"GlbsSrft���BG~y-dT��rfrom'iHr-  this large well planned kitchen. Feeling tired,5  after working all day, stack the dishes in the S  build-in dishwasher and relax. The bqsement g  has a partially finished fourth bedroom and a H  rec room. The lot has been nicely landscaped H  and you are close to schools' and shopping. J_J_\  The ideal family home. $49,900 (j  CHERYL ANN PARK ROAD: Roberts Creek.  Excellent two bedroom starter or retirement  home in quiet subdivision only 4 miles to  Gibsons. Home is on a nicely landscaped lot  and only one block to level beach. Some view.  Can be purchased for under $2,000 down and  with such- low payments there is no reason to  rent. $39,900  DOGWOOD ROAD: in the heart of the Bay  area. This full basement home features wood  panelling and fireplace upstairs. Full in-law  "suite set'up downstairs. See this package of  comfortable- living and investment value. FP  $49,900. -'   ���   -'  FIRCREST PLACE:. Three bedroom home in  quiet rural subdivision surrounded by ALR  properties on all sides. One mile from school;  and shopping. Large open living room with'  fireplace. The full basement has a finished  fireplace for your rec room ideas. Price includes brand new fridge and stove.     $52,900'  GIBSONS REVENUE: Four-plex. Positive cash  flow with eleven thousand dollars revenue  per year!!! Toi units contain five bedrooms  with one and a half baths. Lower suites are I  large two bedroom units. Low maintenance j  and good return make this an excellent in- j  vestment   value.   Close   to   all   amenities.  Financing available. ' $89,900  STEWART RD: Lovely Spanish style home on 1 I  1/2 acres level land. Four* bedroorrffe, |  separate dining room, sunken living room |  with fireplace. Almost 1400 sq *ft of living |  space on one floor. Def initely'a one of a kind,   j  _     _      $62,500  GRANDVIEW ROAD: (Off Pine) Three  bedroom home'on a beautifully treed and  fully landscaped lot (175 x 150) with an  excellent.view of 6eorgia Strait. Kitchen has  eating nook and,a built-in oven and range  top. Floor to ceiling cut rock fireplace. 45 x 9  covered sundeck and a huge double carport.   .  $63,5001  LANGDALE  LOT SPECIAL  ALL VIEW LOTS  LOT 14size 1.9acres .7 v...,,....',,.,.,..,,.,,',.,.',. tl;,,. ,$14,000  till)  TOrT51��ief10>i~26O:  LOT 16 size 80x220   LOT 2 slzo 125x166., ���!,;,  LOT 1 size triangle,,,., >.,.,-   LOT 5 size 127 x 170 ....,, ,,,;,',.'..,' ,,  All sizes aro approximate  ���   ���nil  ^MJ,l.Q.upu.^^pj.WII��on,W���WW.te^VV, ���v  qcro   Irood   proporly   w  ppablblllllos  \ LOTS  ��� w' ���*������'���'  l tlA.y .,^|,,^,����,.T.,,J..���t,,��.*..��,���.��u  A V    v.  iU>  \  r. $12,000.  . ..$14,500v  ...$14,500  ...$14,000  ..  $14,500  .. V, ....���'. .. , V..,.. V,... p. A.  SOOWERPT RD: Atthe corner of Mfh. ThU  properly hat, levels cloorod for tho bulling  -7    i  T i,   -3T"  �� >  ���"������^m***"^*^*.  ,  ,     .   (  i *** Uf *H��nt*  p~*�� i*-��� *-i*?*p-w  V-\ >*<*i,JKMVr>.  ����� fem itur netiwm  1   ��   ftn sj jb Tit/** *b-if��u��*i'i  '*.*w��i(irtl^; W^VWi^^^a-^M-W-WI^ASHtft-ii^^ (#SW��s(��W��e*A��4*   -* ��-W**>*'"tt*  ^^'"Aitr'->:!iy;vc:xyA'i,AA:i,,\.,^. 'rN-^fWii'Hr'v ,'.'  Ith jiubdHHoVi \TlJtoANE|5: 6nly ono block to boach, full vlow GOWER PT RDi ]00' ol watorfronta0o, Moop jg  1 ^    $22,5(M)V' of Inlot, Plpod community wotor avallablo, 80- but managoabk slopo, Hydro and wator on H  ^__ ,    , ��� ' xMO. $9,900. tho Esplanado Road, 2171 doop with a com-Bj  1 ��� -��� plotoly unlmpodod vlow to Vancoyvor Uland, S  WAKEFIELD RD; Good building lot on wator Facet ��outhwo��t (or lot* oliunthlnb, $15,900 5  and powor ovorlooklng Goorgla Strait and   DAVIDSON   ROAD:   Fantastic   vlow   from ' S  tljoTrqllhland. ThU l�� a cornor lot In a nowly    Langdalo Rldgo. ThU lot hai a ��mall crook on ' ���  " H  built up aroa. $12,500. ' the very bock of tho proporty. All now homoi SOUTH FLETCHER'vAt School Road. Two loU ol ���    ln ,hl�� ar0?< Th,t ,0�� '�������'"I' 2/Sth of an acre. 40 x 150 each. Orio lot hai a cottago which  ,:,,..,,...,..,.;,���..���.,.,��...^.,��..������JL4b?P.Pj.��� could bo rontod, Tho��o lot* aro motlly cloorod  .���P  anrl roady for building. A ��poctncular vlow ol  slto pf vour cholco. Excollont vlow of Georgia    WHARF RD, % lhtt ,orn6r ol nauM.ftn wuh n    1K*!J,1,r!, B��y Z"00, ��^ KbQU ,,,0n��do!M!!:  Stroll Annrnximmolunn��9sn *iA��5nn    y"*��� "Ul ��� ,,h0 cornor of Davldion, Wllh a     eluded h tho prlco of, $27,500  Strait, Approxlmatoly 00x250, $16,500    llttlo oa.y cloarlng thU lot will bo roady to    ��� '  ���- : 1 build on, Walking dl��|onco to the forry. Lot   SKYLINE DRIVE! Ovorlooklng tho Day and   �������������������>>�� HO. ' $12,900  | Village of Glbtont Irom thU qulot and prlvato  .-p..,.,  ������., .,'  lot on tho .Dlufl, Start building your dream  homo right away on  115 a 101 x66unlqi  pqymenf, eaty form*  jy    pp     ���'        ';,    't  SKYLINE 6RIXJS: ThU70 x 39 n 131 k 122 foot   COCHRANE-RD. Good building lot 63 x 130. APARTMENT BLOCK) Nine 'suite apartment,  lotM\\\ oxpdntlvo vlow of the Bay area and' ,'Clote, to thopplng and the ocoan,  Sowor block  centrally  located  in tho  Vlllago  oil  Olbiont Vlllago U very well p?|ced,    $11,500   ���gjHrtientbflO'on i.e. tide o| lot.      $12,500 Olbion*. Tho block thowt a good rolurn and  ^.��,,,.-.w.,,..,~.~,...��^^ th�� toil i  i p*��j����p.-.���� ����-�����.--���p..���-, ...w^v.-.,.-."* ^,..i.���^i..H..���.^^;���^^,*��^4^w���, ������,,���.>Y��oii,,!^ol.  SCHOOL RQADiTnrHvlftwloll >3x,110. On   VELVET R&t Beautiful yleW |o�� In dotlrablo     Atk  ut   lor   moro   Information   about   fillerf  I tower.   Throe   blockt   from,  scjiqole   and   aroa, Roac|  \t\ ap^.-Vydro and  pbooe.to,, ��� pmloft, .  ��� ., rM ,     v*<     $160,000  t��!m**'"Z.AA ���'H��;'r;:;-^^^^ '/;'���:- ��� ,c^:,v,,w'; nffvjv.^^^ i..^:d  ������''-.pp., -, .-n6;ood>**:^- ���* ���    ������A"      < ��������������n-1ooo".'.    ���; -:���'���'������ -��� ������������������*- -a-  ���  -\x-A  llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll  WAKEFIELD RDi Good bulling lot In Wot| I  Sochelt,  Thlt   It  a  corner - lot   with  view  on the oKpanto of "hit 207 k   PRATT RDl N��" ���**�� -choel site. Thlt lo, ,.     overlooking Trail Island. In a nowly built-up!  ,      I    lI?    j . 7;im *T' *   cloarod and raadv to huiM nn  �������.,..�� #,..,��      aroa with wator, powor and pavod road, Mutt  :r^^^^  ^'jU!f5^��p ���,7x ., mm]  ;tK*^.c,~:,W>.i   ...1...  ���,1...  --���>���-��  >���-,*  (l,,*^ ' *   i.,.',*,,.,,riM-t*r*mi,,>.*m'.*��i-^mii*��.i'  fi��M4lr*4'* f��*^SW��l*,*��!WttJ Writ** ��i**f)��H*'^W~)t%*��Jj  *-   ' - '    1       *�� -1��  ���]'���, \  (III* **!���*'���*.��� w*<Mli*^�� !  t                                     ^  ���    1                   t  V'l"-"  4''         .  --l>W#TMhl����^Mi^m^r*tH^W<��kW1^^*^^ *���*!����#�������*��� *  bp(W��        isu*, ��".n<nwJ*��*',t-^   ".I    �����    *��j*  !���*.' ",  *.��  (\ T
Anew long term solution to housing problems
— An independent study team-
of UBC's Urban Land
Economics Division advocates-- ma jor^-tax—amendments, removal of rent controls, discontinuation., of
government home-ownership
assistance programs, and a
redistribution of income as the
long-term solution to housing
- pro hlems._ in_Ca na da... The
study, team — commissioned
to prepare a report by the
British Columbia-Real Estate
Association — says the-;
solution to housing people is-
not to prepare cheaper-
housing, but' to > make
Canadians better able to afford   , ''housing.  -  Income
Executive House
• Overlooking Gibsons Harbour
* 37 Deluxe 1 & 2 Bdrm Suites
Controlled Front Entrance
...» ■
Colored Appliances
~—--Cable Vision—-^
Panoramic View
Extra-Soundproof Suites
Drapes  '•
W/W Carpets
Rents from $230.00
Inquire at
redistribution would benefit'
thosTpeople'on the lowerend"
of the income scale and give"
-them the benefit of being able
to choose whether they spend
their income on home buying'
1 or home rental ... a basic
dignity of decision not given to
lower income people under
An alternative to
Yet another economist has
spoken out against rent control.
Raymond Heung of the
'Fraser Institute studied the
British Columbia housing
industry and calls on the B.C.
government to abandon its
rent control program ih favor
of a housing allowance.
Housing allowances;would •->
guarantee all needy residents
access to1' basic accommodation, and according
to land economist Heung, at
less than half the cost of
current government spending
on shelter. It would also lead
to increased involvement in
today's plethora of .housing
industry in B.C. does not
-necessarily concur with—all-
"points, ih thiis totally independent Study, it maintains
that all parts of it deserve
close study as a future
rent control
the housing market by the
private sector, solving the
supply side of the shelter
A    housing    allowance'
program, would fill the gap
between.   the    provincial
government's estimated cost,
of basic accommodation and-
the recipient's  income —
giving benefits directly to the -
individual in need instead of
heavy     government     in-.'
vestment in stock.
- Free    enterprise    and
government then, could work'
hand   in   hand   to   provide
benefits to people who really
need housing help.
Wednesday,, July 12,1978
Tbe Peninsula Times
Living underground
The National Science'
Foundation recently held, a
special conference on the use
of earth-covered buildings in
the United States. Conference
experts predicted a dramatic
increase in exploration of
earth-covered buildings by the
early 1980^.^ . notably
because^^ofa  reduction in
"environmental damage and
less maintenance due to
weather or pollution wear and
tear. Currently in use in the
U.S. are such- earth-covered
buildings as the bookstore at
the University of Minnesota..
.  a  student  centre  at the
University of Houston, the
Terraset Elementary School
in Reston,, Virginia, and other
buildings at various academic
institutions. The new Virginia
Elementary School expects a
saving in utility costs of
nearly 70 per cent compared
to above-ground schools in the
area. One of the scientists said
are a classic example of an
existing or previously used
technology not currently
understood' or fully utilized."
-This could be a portent of
things to come in a colder
Canada where utility costs are
Infill housing alternatives
With pressure building to
solve the problem of
reasonably priced housing,
consideration should be given .
the proposals in the report,
Successful Examples Of
Neighbourhood Infill,
released by the Real Estate
Alternative    forms    of-
housing   that   allows   the
amenities? of, single  family
. homes,/are ?er,o  lot^ liiVe,.',
developments;,and cluster '
housing comprising duplexes,   ,
triplexes and fourplexes.
Most suburban residential
neighbourhoods contain land
that is vacant, and utilization
of this land .for infill with innovative housing could be the •
,Now that the B.C.
Government has announced
an increase to fifty six
thousand in price ceilings for
second mortgages, central
city and suburban medium
density; "infill1 units" could be.£
available to many more ;
family   housing   consumers.
Box 1490, R.R. 1
"- Wliaff Road, &~*eltr B-C^ VON 3A0
We're the Neighborhood Professionals:
22 acre working ranqh, all fenced'and cross-
fenced. Good large barn, good pasture and some
fruit trees. All year round water supply. And for
tjie lady of the house it has a modern 2 bedroom
home." Has facilities for horse show and rodeos.
Call Larry Reardon, 885-9320.
NEW HOME $48,900
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 new
homes. 80' lot. Completed approx 30 days. Ed Baker, 885-2641.
Small older type home with carport on nicely landscaped and
fenced property. The vendor has included some appliances in
the asking price. Ed Baker. 885-2641. \
Magnificent ocean view lot, fully serviced, on sewer, 65x110',
close to all amenities. Builders terms available. Larry Reardon,
Located on corner Highway 101 and School Road, this 1.3 acre,
building lot is situated close to all amenities and on sewer. Larry
Reardon. 885-9320.
In an excellent location, zoned for 18 apartments, 12
townhouses or duplex. Close to all amenities and on sewer.
Larry Reardon, 885-9320.
UP & DOWN DUPLEX   $49,500
Large 3 bedroom with- excellent revenue potential.
Located on 1 acre near
Roberts Creek on Highway
101. Vendor will consider
2.14 acres at Joe and Lower Roberts Creek Road with over 700'
on the Lower Road. Could be 4 lots - terrific potential for the
investor. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.
CELLAR $45,500
Terrific organic garden,
workshop for dad, extra good
kitchen for mom and space for
children, this 4 bdrm home is
on a half acre in quiet area off
the Hwy. (Jhuck Dowman, 885-
OCEAN VIEW $17,500
Good" solid older type family home in good repair with .unin-
terruped view of the ocean.- It has 3 bedrooms, the living room
has wall to wall carpet, and there is a large kitchen and dining-
area: This home is on lease land $600 p.a. Ed, Baker, 885-2641.
160 FT. FRONTAGE $14,500
Cleared and ready for building. Half block to water and safe
swimming. Easy terms. Chuck Dowman 885-9374.
This halftqcre has water pnd hydro. A 33 ft, trQileropd two mefal -
sheds joined together" with a wood heater. Easy terms are
available. Chuck Dowman 885-9374.
1^ the" feature of this 1000 sq ft key-log home with huge loft,
fireplace and full basement. Well treed 1 acre. Easy walk to
swimming and marina. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374. »
1.17 acres. Nicely treed, gentle slope to SW will have a good
view when some trees come down. Ed Baker, 885-2641.
SECHELT VILLAGE '>■ ., $59,500.
New deluxe 3 bedroom, full basement home of 1320 sq ft,
completed approx 30 days. Large LR, DR area with FP, kitchen is
a housewives dream with built-in bar-b-que. Full double plbg. All
features must*be seen to be appreciated. Ed Baker, 885-2641..
T$rS500 & 8,500
At Sandy Hook we have this 100'+ waterfront lot, close to road
qnd adjoining with an excellent view lot that lies next to B.T.
Larry Reardon, 885-9320.
VILLAGE $46,000
Well kept, sparkling clean 2 bedroom bungalow. Walking
distance to stores and school. LR 17 x 19 with fireplace, dinette,
utility, 2 full bathrooms. Owners leaving $2000 worth of .appliances: stove, fridge, washer & dryer. Ed Baker, 885-2641.
Modern 4 bedroom, full bsmt. home. Features 2 Bathrooms,
rurripus room and 26ft. living room. Only 1 block to courts.
Chuck Dowman 885-9374.
-SEAVIEW ROAD—■""-—™^™-™-*~™™~~™-™~-—$T4;000"
Lots of trees, a great storage shed, great view potential and
privacy. Water and hydro on. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.
Good storage shed, water and hydro. Only $3000 down. Chuck
DowmarL885-9374. '	
3 bedroom'full bsrrtf. home on an acre of high land. Completely
livable while you finish .inside and landscape. $3000 down will
handle. Chuck Dowman 885-9374.
WELCOME WOODS $9,5004 $9,750
Two extra large lots 125'x200'. Larry Reardon, 885-9320.
HALf-ACRE LOT $15,000
Large treed lot at the-corner of Redrooffs Road and the road to
Sargeant Bay. Serviced with hydro and water. Larry Reardon,
Rock bluff building site on this 3.5'acre wooded property, would
? provide terrific 9t#w over pasture land. All year stream. Easy
terms available. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.
Semi-waterfront property,Just across the Narrows Bridge and
^facing Bargqin^Harbour. Treed ^nd good for building on. with
'just the road between you, qnd'the water. Larry RedrHori, 885-
9320. C'  '•
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Two side by sldo view lots, $8500 each. If »o|d
together, thoro Is an assumablo mortgage, approximate $9000. JACK WARN, 806-2601  ovos.
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Many good foaturos, n<wly lovol, lightly trood on pavod
road, |u«t ofl lowor Rdbort* Croek Rpad, Hat hydro, wator
and phono to lol lino, Boach noafhy and ownor could shpp at,
either Socho||\or Glbsons,*Gpllor» aro |ust 5 '|Tiln td Iho local
,,toMr»«..fP,,$li,000.„BERT«WALKERrB85.a746 «v«», -»-
,2bodroom chormor wlfh'1 ma|or appliance* and wator vlow,
Largo 100 x 200' lot, also ha* soil-contained bacholor unit.
Llvo In ono, ront 2nd ono, Both good condition; Oood heating.
FP $40,000, PolnlU - PETER SMITH, 085-9463 ovos,
Gontly sloped 1 1/2 acros, 100 x 660' of woll Irood proporty
on blacktop road, Powor ft wator ot proporty lino, Ideal for
that country roiklo'nco, Buy now .and subdivide lator. FP
$tV,900, JIM WOOD, 085-2571 uvea,
, Summer's hero and II ypu want to go to the beach — why not''""*"
your own? Al thoso prices you con — 3 watorfront homos --
2 with doop wator moorago. On* with sandy beach, For
thoso and moro, call RUTH MOORE, 085-9213 ovos,
QUIET HIDEAWAY      ' #3857
Large 7/1 Oths of an acre woodod lot on Cul do sac, McKenzie
Rd assuros privacy & quiet yet Is only minutes to wator accost
In Socrot Cove. FP $9,500, BERT WALKER, 885-3746 evos.
Vory nlco 2 bodroom homo In apple plo ordor, on full landscaped lot, 135 x 105'. All lovol, good soil, Vegetables,
shrubs fruit trees, flowers, lawn." Fully foncod,*" Has carport
and workshop. Noar Gibsons and Gowor Point boachos,
Prlcod at $44,900, PETER SMITH, 805-9463 ovos.
Extra largo lot 250 >. 80' with drlvoway all tloafbd; Porfoci
"f&rwbokondsclndflijmmor-vocatlonrJust drlvo In,-park.your..
trallor,  rolax and on|oy your'holiday?,  Havo your  own
miniature campslto. FP $9,900, JIM WOOD, 005-2571 ovos,
'Ay.    ; <'|/
Boautlful southorn oxposuro. This qupllty bulff homo fias lots
of room, 3 bodrooms plus guost/sowlng room, Carport and
largo garago with workshop, All rooms largo & bright. Soo
this for a sunny outlook. FP $59,500, RUTH A^OORE, 005-9213
LOT —TERMS #3895
This building lol olfors many doslroblu loaturos, It's
reasonably lovol; has hydro, wator 8, phono and on a pavod
road, Potontlal lor vlow Is good and bound to Improvo, Soo
this Camoo Road proporly boloro you docldo, FP $12,000
with $2,000 downand balanco by agroomont for salo, BERT
WALKER, 803-3746 ovos,
D«||ghffulr;w«ll'kepr2 bodrbbnVhbmi In DaWrtfayTQuloi
stroot, 1 1/2 blocks to booth, Soparato lurnaco 8> utility
room, aromatic oil furnaco, Easy caro Qardon Is foncod,
Good valuo al $32,000, PETER SMITH, 005-9463 ovos,
Excollont vlow-from this duplex *onod building lot. Closo to
stores and marina, All Services Including sowor, and tho
prlco Is right oni Asking $12,900. JIM -WOOD, 885-2571
Only foot to the boach, and flno vleyy up Socholt Inlot, 2 lovol
homo has 4 bedrooms, family room, plus kltchon/llvlng
room. Eloctrlc heat, plus acorn typo flroplaco, Total of 1020
sq ft, plus dock-.PrPpos, appllancos and most furnishings
Includod In full prlfo of $35,700, arid only $10;000 down. 15
yoars-to pay at $269,00 por month. Vlow with PETER SMITH
085-9463 ovos, "   *
Now moro interesting than ovor wllh tho soWor to bo connected soon. Thoso 4 lots In tho contro of Socholt should bo
-r~lnvostigotod.bolor.»jh«.prjco goes hlghor, Idoal Invostmont
for group purchasers, Asking $99';000, JIM WOOD; 086-357.1..
•ovos. '
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Big a noar lovol. 00 x 260', hoaps of room for your mobllo, or
Custom homo, and big gardon. Water, phono and hydro also.
On Fawn Road, 10 mln, to vlllago. Asking $10,200, Try your
oflor. PETER SMITH, 005-9463 evos,  --'•
Good watorlront proporty with approximately 56'
frontago on Lambs Bay,Jo bo sold with Lot lid or
soparato, Why,not buy Both with |olnt/group
ownorshlp. Prlco oach lot $22,000 or $42,000 for
both, DON LOCK, 803-2526 ovod, or offlco anytlmo]
12 1/2 acros of woods wllh 2 small clearings, Two yoar houso
and guost cabin, A groat start for a boautlful estate, Terms
on $68,000. Ownor will carry Agrwmtnf for Sate, JACK
WARN, 006-2601 ovos,
Will swap for Lowor Mainland properly, truck A carriper,
motorhomo or: for 10 acros semlwaterlronl and Insulated
collage al Egmont valued ot $43,000. Try a motor homo for
down payment, JACK WARN, 006-2601 ayes,
.ROOM TO SPARE I, .............-..,:....,...-......,..-«- #3944
4 bodrooms, don, hugo playroom, utility, largo separate
garago, workshop, locatod tn a Qood Wost Secholt neighborhood 8, on 0 largo cornor lot, All for $45,900, RUTH
AflOORE, 003-9213 ovos.    ,
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„i.roducodto$68,600 for quick salo.-BOD KENT, fJ83-2233 or	
005-9461,   '
VALUEPLUS   f_  #3881
Across tho road from tho boach on Mission Road, well Insulatod ono bodroom 670 sq ft home, Just Ideal for a rotlrod
couplo. 16 yoars of tho loaso Includod In tho roasonablo
asking prlco of $21,100, BERT WALKER,'085-3746 ovos,
Bo prepared, own your own watorfrapt^tomo complete with
doop wator moprogo and dyls^koAoJns, lovoly fireplace
and complotoly U\tr\\.\fa§{»r§\frmW, FP $45,000, RUTH
MOORE, 003-9213
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r I ��� A    v  ���"���   '/"  /       .->  i    V  PageB-6  The  Times  Wednesday, July 12,1978  Encouraging news for property buyers  If fear of excessive price  fluctuation has" kept you from  buying - or selling-property,  you will be interested in the  results of a cross-Canada  survey...  Probably the most important and encouraging news  in the Canadian Real Estate  Association's, survey and  analysis of Multiple Listing  activity across Canada is the  indication that prices of  properties are stabilizing in  most regions of Canada.  " A buyer's market exists in  Vancouver, and indeed in  most regions across the  country, giving the buyer a  good cross section of market  stock,' and providing the  vendor with a .fair, opportunity to sell if he prices  his property realistically.,.  There has also been en  couraging news about mortgage interest rates, coming  down. Combine these three  indicators ��� prices levelling,  a good stock on the market,  and reducing mortgage  interest rates, and they seem to-  say that this year is going to  be a good -year to buy or sell  real estate.  Eliding rent control  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Seaside Plata  886-2000  Gibsons  886-2607  Abolition of rent control is  one of the recommendations  of a major study just released  by a study team from^the  Urban Land < Economics  , Division at UBC. The report ���  /"Housing, It's Your Move",  argues that rent controls have  done more harm than good in  housing as well as in the  economy. The study team of  economists says rent controls  is ill-conceived,'' inequitable,  inefficient; and counterproductive ... it constricts  father than promotes new  supply . /\ strangles the  market's ability to make  optimal' use of the existing  stock -of units,  and  brings  about the deterioration of this  important supply of housing.  . Rent control discriminates  among landlords, among,  tenants and between landlords  ���and tenants, reduces mobility  and restricts the choice of the  consumer, both tenant and  owner alike. The study was-  commissioned by the British  Columbia Real Estate  Association, yet is a totally  independent report written  and produced by -the Study-  Team. The B.C. real estate  industry ��� urges public and  private scrutiny of this report  for solutions to our many  provincial and Canada-wide  housing problems.  P & P Developments Ltd. - west sechelt  $53,900  ���Ron Protocky 885-3613  1154 sq. ft-3 bdrm,  full basement home  ��� Dual setfl -windows ��� horseshoe kitchen  "wTfh"di$hWdsh~er���^^  skylight in bathroom ��� 1/2 bath down ��� 460  sq. ft. bsm| finish. ��� fully enclosed basement  garage, attached carport with deck over ���  large lot in new subdivision. a  FOR COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE: REAL ESTATE*INSURANCE*MORTGAGES  MEMBER BROKER  c/C/t  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  886-2481   (GIBSONS)  Van. Direct  687-6445     Sunnycrest Shopping Centre   YON IVO  HOMES  k^REATBUYS!  BURNS ROAD -~$317500/6fi��S  This is a comfortable 2 bedroom  home  near the beaches. Very well built'.  2 BDRM HEADLANDS ROAD $26,500  SoMdt_IjttIo_home,auto oil heat, full bath,  fruit trees, dose to beach and boat launch.  HOMES  HILLCREST DUPLEX y. ���'���      $37,500-  Good   investment. "G"obd   assumable  mortgage of ,$22,000.  SEAVIEW RD $27,500.  2 bedroom older home with sundeck and  carport. Great view. .  FAIRVIEW $58,500  HOPKINS LOT $10,500  Has good view, located across from good  beach access.  MAHAN RD only $12,500  93 x 125. Lots of lovely big cedars. Quiet  area. Water & power.  WATERFRONT  SECRET COVE AREA $35,000  51' x 161' Serviced lot on Trueman rd.  100' WATERFRONT IN ROBERTS CREEK  SPECIAL  GLASSFORD RD. 63 x 160' cleared lot. Fill  In; Water & Sewer connected. $10,500.  Large charming home, 3 bedrooms could  -be--4r-\On:J;/SZtictoZ:Placo--'-for-horso-r~ Easy_access.Ja-beqch. 3000 sq ft home  chickens and hobbles;  SEAVIEW RD $23,750  Good starter or retirement homeon treed  vlow lot. On sower. Fridge, stove 8,  washer.v ���       , .     ,  LIKE WATERFRONT     r   , $48,000  Half , block  to  safe  pebble beach from  DASH TO POPLAR LANE     \       $47,500  Two 3 bdrm ensuite homes^ to choose  from.   Basements   &   qarporfs.   Walking  dlstanco to schools, shopptng, recreation-  & Imbibing. 7     ,   "  MAHAN ROAD $32,900  2 bdrm charmor, Living room Is large with ,  cedar panelling arid stone llroplqcp, This  Is a well constructed homo ori an extra  largo lot, Soparatoliaiuna big enough lor a  party |  PARK & REED ROAD $56,000  Excollont family home on largo landscaped lot. Fruit troos. This home foaturos  3 good sized bedrooms, living room with  flqoplaco,' dining aroa. largo kltchon.  Flnlshod rumpus room with F.P,, and Inlaw sulto In basomont 36 x 13 garago.  PRATT ROAD $76,000  4 bodrooms and possibly flvo, A largo  hoatod 20 x 40 swimming pool has Its own  pump house, goos from 4 ft to 10 ft doop.  beautjlul Gibsons bluff location, 3  bedroom ��� homo has tore"le view from  living room 8, master bedroom. Fireplace,  basement, good garden aroa, drop. In pnd  soo the plcturos or call to view,  CRUCIL ROAD $56,000  Lovoly   family   homo,   2   fireplaces,   3  bodrooms   up   and   1    down,   Vlow   6f  mountains,   Koats   Island   and   Shoal,  Channel. '  . ' , - ���     '������'  HOPKINS LANDING $26,500  Excellont view property, older homo with,  flnlshod basomont wljhln walking  dlstanco to forry, 2 stovos and 1 frldgo  Included, Proporty Is torrococl and has  fruit" troos and gardon, Good, terms  avallablo,  LOTS  TUWANEK $7,900  Rocroatlon or pormanont homo,'  PRATT & GRANDVIEW $11,500  Largo cornor lot, opon to ollors, '  2 BDRM SPLIT LEVEL  $63,000  Locatod on Pratl Road on approx 1 aero of  "good gardon so||,Roomyi2 x 16 kitchen,  Soparoto dining room. Largo carport ond  GRANTHAMS  Nlco vlow lot, 50 x 110,  CHASTER ROAD  Large lot near schools,  lOUW FLETCHER VIEW LOT  $2500 down  $10,000  $ii,9ba'  , JLIH^IpW^ - ���- *-"f -pRATTTBRANWreW  LANQDALEVIEW ��� l(T4\ ...      Good building lot. 73' Irontago .on Pratt  3 bodroom, non basomont quality built      ana , 4(y doo_  homo. A torrlflc vlow of Howo Sound and      DOplEXz0NED vlow lot In vlllaQ. $17,500  North Shore mountains,  With five bedrooms (could be seven),  2  bathrooms & 2 kitchens.  Fireplace  and *  sundeck.  GAMBIER ISLAND WEST BAY $65,000  133! of good waterfront, S.E. exposure and  .groat viow. Good water supply. Large lot  with possible futuro subdivision, Private  ramp.& float, 3 BR Panabodo. Sundock  w/w carport. Heatolqtor firoplaco^stove &  fridge.     . ',. y   "'    ''���,������   '  ROBERTS CREEK $46,000  Accoss easomont on ad|acont lot, This  typo of prlmo watorfront Is rarb on tho  market.  GAMBIER ISLAND-     ' $12,000  Soml-watorfront lot at Tfyornboro Bay.  SARGENTS BAY   00' Wft Lot.        $32,000  250' doop and covorod with salal  and  arbutus troos; Idoal .location near end pf,  qulot street' In Wost Socholt, Powor ari^  water to lot,  HALFMOON DAY Low Rank Wit, $35,000  Boautlful lot with southern oxposuro, This  Is low bank waterfront, but does not havo  o boach, Salal bushes ond Arbutus troos  Tiro tlio natural landscape, Sowor, wara  powor avail,  ACREAGE  10 ACRES OF WOODLAND  For, truo plonoors, $30,200, vicinity of  .Hqnbury Roal,  ,   \\{\   * '    "  ^UJAcf^ES.ftbB'ER,^ ���. ,   $28,000  .,2J,4- qkoi,ii^wM)yJc(qt>|o. property,ln,.(  Robots,Crook, , .        ,   ,  WANTED'  Houso* on Acroago  ��� Cllontt Waiting  FIRCREST RD. LOTS 61' x 131' $9,71111 EACH.  * f ����� if  ...       i* .1* �����, f J   ,a<     ' # > j> /    �����  aaatar'aa'aC'  >'     p.- !Sk  \,\  MB������IXUX SMJI'.. *AIJ11, fijtUv\i*UtL, tn.tt,ilijlML PHML/ VJl&UT]  ��� ##��� m , aai  ��**~  ���ti'u\,  tHM!.a\t~tttt'4��.tue:,  ��/jr k  U4  f.juii'litn.tK*,  \i*"ir*  tlLt?*l��tUt��,  WfipAmTX T *OAO  to  >\  t      +M ,  ���**�����: ft��i i   -r>  'aa.tan.ttm ��� *  y        *       J        * a'   t  mitUUm  uuc  i*4\  ALL LOTS CLEARLY MARKED  JUK.  >**4��\  fun.  ��� m m4<      r        v*^u  v    fiOAO n*��   ��*'*     \ "JiM  Mm*  tULJL /......../ /.Mi,/.   lM0t  lUiM-l/IU Itf.'lfjl ��f .JCHM  *r i  JMrl  l  uu jt a, mi jt.at.fa,  tMMm  CmtaC  ��HI,  #/-!���  ..mm*,,,  1*0*  lit> -\  1 ii !���  fo mi I, Hani  GIBSONS OFFICE SALES  v <  ''^s^ir  JAYVI8SIR -.kHH  ^^7x,:^m^^^77^7^^  ���*H!  UMk,  Over 800 Offices nnd Growing Fast  SECHELT VILLAGE - Cozy one year old  3 bdrm home. Convenient is the  word. Try your offer to $45,000.  ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE: 2 bdrm  attractive home on almost 2 acres  level Hiway frontage,1 easy access.  -Good large shop with HD wiring for  bench tools. Home completely  remodelled. Shake roof, rancher  alum, siding. Several outbldgs.  Secluded landscaped property. FP  $69,500. '.      '       "     '  ���-REALTY-UTD:  885-3211  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  ~ Post Office Box 1219, Sochelt  Vancouver   Toll   Free:   684-8016  SECHELT: New 2 bdrm. Walk to the  shops. Loads of cabinets in large  kitchen. Good dining area. Large  utility and laundry room. Level lot.  Drive in carport. $43,500.  ���, , : f  SECHELT VILLAGE - 3 bdr.m modular  home, 864 sq ft. Near new on clear  garden lot. Walk to shops. Price  includes stove and ��� fridge, washer  and dryer, drapes. Must be sold.FP  $33,900.  SECHELT VILLAGE - Brand new 2  bdrm" custom-built basement home.  Sunny bright kitchen. Extra insulation  in the ceiling, twin seal windows and  heatilator fireplace. FP $56,500.  GIBSONS: Attractive two bedroom  home with part basement on large  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.  VIE.W 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.  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.  SELMA VISTA TRAILER PARK -12 x 68'  3 bdrm Bendix mobile home. This  unit is set up on a pad and is complete with septic tank. Pad rental  $79.50. Asking $10,500.      ,  r9-9~WATERERONT,SELMA��RARK^Co-zy.  2 bdrm home with large view sundeck. OUTSTANDING OCEAN VIEW!  This home has been completely  remodelled. W7W carpeting, kitchen  cabinets, bathroom with 3-way and  full door mirror. 1.04 acres with lots  of room for 2nd home near beach.  Real-vakie~ct-$59,000-ful!-price.l-.  t-  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  woll carpets thrbughout. Crawl space  foundation. FP $44,900.  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  value. FP $57,500. Price is firm!  CHARMING FAMILY TWO STOREY.  HOME in Sechelt's newest residential  areat Short walk in to the Village.  Home is two stories and 3 bedrooms.  Large lot and double carport. Pav.ed  dead end road. FP $52,250.  SELMA PARK ��� 75' x 125' sea-view  property in area of new and at-'  tractive homes, 3 bedrooms up and  one-down-in developed basement.  Stone fireplace. Sundeck. Electric  heat, Landscaped with fenced rear  yard, F.PF $53,000.  WATERFRONT SECLUSION ��� A most  desirable residence secluded, yet'  clpse to Sechelt. .-Excellent private  moorage! Spacious and bright living  room, 500 sq.' ft. covered, tiled,,  sunporch with open sundeck 12 x 36':  Lower floor has bedroom, sitting  room & bath. This is an exclusive  home for elegant living and entertaining. Priced at $115,000. Some  terms.  WEST SECHELTr-3 BEDROOM',~FULL  SBSMT, comfortable farriily home on  quiet street, 1 1/2 years new with  high ceilings and well designed floor  plan. Large lot with lawn and garden  In. Bsmt development In progress,  Priced to sell at $47,900.  Main street location, on:slto parking.  Now building. Move In now. Sizes  from 350 to 700 sq ft. All offices are  carpeted and painting will be dono.  Up to 5 year loa^s available with  renewal option.  Call S, Andorson ��� Andorson Realty,  885.3211 - Home, 885-2385  ACREAGE: West Secholt ��� 2Tacros of predominantly lovel, land. Half  Is cloarod, fenced, drained and In pasture, Remalndor Is wooded,  Year round creek traverses proporty, No buildings. FP $55,000/  A..  SARGEANTS BAY: 1 aero watorfront lot, fully sorvlcod, Beautifully  trood with arbutus and evergreens, Pqnoramlc southerly view,  Many oxcollont building sites. Well known fishing spot, FP $30,000,  CLEARED LEVEL LOT: Secholt Village ��� ,62.5 x 120'. Ready for  building. Ownor will trado as part down payment ori homo. Valuo  $11,500. , ,  ���^P.ROOFFS AREA: Approx orio trood aero, 9$' on Rodrooffs Rd,  Closo to boach and boat launch. Fully sorvlcod. Full prlco only  $11,500. !p'7,p.           '<:,-.���'���       ���  SECHELT VILLAGE, WATERFRONT: 150' 6�� trood gontly sloping oasy  to build on watorfront. All; sorvlcos Including sowor lator this yoar,  Serious walorfront buyors should soo this poo, FP $30,000,  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOME: A cozy, noar now 792 sq ft 2 bodroom  homo close to tho boach at Chapman Crook, No stairs, oloctrlc hqat,  doublo glazing, Goyornmont prepaid loaso has 19 yrs to run FP  $32,000, v ,     '  -BA*-Vf6W-W  pllancos, All wall  Concroto drlvoway i  Torms I  SECHELT VILLAGE; '5 acros moasurlng 330' x 660', Will eventually  havo a vlow, Closo to tho arona, Try your oflor to $35,000,  I parking  ^ DAyiS BAY V|EW LOTl Ea9V ,orms ���: 20% down *1,T0 Manco ovor  ���asyVpaymlnntsW.thls southorn .qxposurpivlow lot. Bxcrtv*)��lon\and,  xU��% ll.^U dcW.FP^lVoO, \ \ 7 s,���    ' \ ' \J,  SELMA PARK VIEW LOT:Txt7alqrga"90li 179 1o��;cornor location,  oasy occoss, oxcollont vlow of Troll Island. FP $15,500.   SOUTHWOOD-ROAD; Close to-1/2 aero.'Lovol bulldlnO'lot! Hydro  and roglonal wator at road, Chock 8, compqro, Attractlvoly prlcod at  $9,450,  . tyWfywKT LOCATION: approxImaWi; 50^220' lot with busipW  )p.[dVn!m.M,|i.Y.ina^  any typo ol ontorprlso, This Is ani oppqrjur||)yjq bfcpiw ����,tgfcU��hft(L  In tho vlllago, Lots of roonS for expansion. FP $95,000,   .is.,   DAVIS BAYi'Laurol Road vlow lot 67,50 x 162', Ono of tho bottor  views In tho aroo, Asking $16,000,  ACREAGE: Almost 7 qcros of cloarod, gontly sloping land. Vlow ot  ocoan. Zoned for dovolopmont, Could bo trallor pork. $46,500,  GlRSOflS HOME WITH ACREAGE: "large 3 bdrm home on 7 aeroi    '   nnnrDTt rorrv V   ji .   i.i   " j . ,,,    ��,������'  with Chaster Croek bordering 1 side of .fenced property. Home        ROBERTS CREEK: Trood lot with o yeor found stroom. Asking $7500,  noods somo repair but has boon partlolly renovated, Land Ii cloarod t   ?,B00,  & |n grass, A nlco situation. FP $09,  UPPER ROBERTS CREEKi 10 acrot of land with 3 bdrm near new       (|oso to Joe Rd. FP $31 000  homo ol approx 1700 iq'j'l, and q 4000 sq fl a|uml|)��m clod, fully,  '  Insulatod building. Building Is all wired for 220 power 8, could have  many uses, Concroto floor) clear ��pan, FP $99,300.  APPROXIMATELY FIVE ACRES: Treod, 0entle southerly slope. 260'  highway frontago, Some merchantable tlmbor. Handy location,  LOWER ROAD, ROBERTS CRfeliKI Ove7p"'6''qcr��rof''geri1ly'"M6p'lno''  property with southern exposure, 500 x 300',, Year-round crook  flows through cornor of property. Excellent buy fit FP $35,000,  SECHELT WATERFRONT -���-��� Two 70' trood lots 70x120 wllh Inno at  roar, Idoal rotlromont sltos, $35,000 oach,  REDROOFFS ARBAi lorQO treed lot 93 x 400" approx, Good garden  soil, wntor 8, power. 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Perspective Cont'd.   2:00  Golf .     x<  ..cont'd..;;,;,;^  Teams  Week in Ball  Golf  Movie:  War Year's  Gardening  Movie:  700 Club                 Confd.  ,2:30  Men's Tennis  Sports;  Cont'd.  African  Confd.  Daniel Foster  :Tarzan's  Confd.                    Confd.  ��� 3:00  Cont'd. V-H-  Confd.  Hot Fudge ��� '��� ��� *  Confd.  Adventure-  Wrestling  Paint; Along..-.,  ,  .Greatest  Confd.               . Lively Woman���  :w3sao.ta  - T,|��-jft|t> I.-'.}x<.:,-'?,,'.:,���  Reflections :  ,iJ.XConfd; 1..1;.   r,-iv  --* Confd;     -.(���������  - Movie:1.;i",~s'.'.: '.-.<"���  Marry Me - . "  Red- Fishec,  : Emergency  Sports  ,.,.-1.. t  ,-  Spectacular  .Cont'd   Book  Beat:.������'!-'.  : Adventure FV<   _Robonlc--Stooges-rParty -Game  4:00  World of  Firing Line���,i^-'~  --VoyageTo"  Speed Buggy       (Oceans Alive  4:30  Mr. Chips  British  Open   -  Confd.  Cont'd,  ,     Confd.  Sports  Confdrr""  Bottom  of  Sea  Funorama              Cartoons  5:00.  Space 1999 '  Golf  Ad-venture :  Space 1999  Baby  I'm  Back  Confd.  - "Evening at  Twilight  Zone  Sha Na Na        '-. Confd.  5:30  Cont'd.  Confd.  News  Confd.  News  ..Cont'd."  Pops  Cont'd.  Ruff  House           Monty Python  6:00     News Confd. Cont'd. News News������'" News French Chef        Star Trek Weekend  16:30^_Common,~Game���News   Animal���World-���Lou Grant---r-"--"Phll Donahue - - Show-Biz Once-Upon���������Cont'd,. ��� Cont'd.���  7:00     Muppets                 Lawrence               Wild Kingdom   ,,-Gorifa. N   '   Confd. Bionic Nova Hee Haw M.A.S.H.  7:30     Baseball: ^ Welk Gong   Shojv^-"".    Baseball: .   In Search Of        Woman Cont'd. Confd. Movie:  Behind Scene  ~Mary-& Michael  P.  Appleyard  Nashville  Swing  8:00     Houston at  8:30     Montreal   -  \   9:00     Cont'd.  ,.JX,��:30..- Cont'd.-0*"  Free  Country  Comedy ���  - Love Boat  Confd.  -Bionnr"Woman  Confd.  Movie:  Matter of '  Houston at  Montreal  Confd.  Cont'd.  Bob Newhart.  Mary T. Moore  Movie:  Fear ls  10:00     Cont'd.  10:30s    2 Ronnlea  11jfla_x-National News  711:30 ��� Nlght-Flnalr-  Rock Rainbow  Confd. .,-   ���-������ Nft Wfi~~~������rr  '. Cont'd. ;  Karen Ann  ^Qulnlan_-   -���News:������-:-::  Sat. Night  Cont'd.  _T,B.At-  ���TNBWr   Late Movie  theTCey!  Avengers  Confd.  Movie:-  Crisis In  National  Geographic  Stronger Than  the Sun  Marty Robbins  Pop Country  Nashville  Music  Country N.W.___  Gunfight at  Comanche  .Creek  _Mflxlei.  ovle:._   Assignment K  -Sun-Valley-  - Cont'd.-   -News :.   Cont'd.  rAusun.;xj|ty����  Omits  Sign Off  _..,  Sign Off  . Movie?---  Sands, of  .Kalahari:..  Cont'd.  -King wat  Cont'd.  . Cont'd.  Confd.  ���.^i:..'.i,..nLii.ii.  Jeffersons  Maude  Love Boat  -Gonfd.-  Faritasy  Island  Sports ._..  Confd.  Sunday, July 16  V  '  , ��� CHANNEL 2  ..CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  ,    CHANNEL 6  CHANNBL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00  Royal  Issues St .Aim.  Movlo:     ���  Country Garden  Movie:   T.B.A.  T.B.A.  Roal  Amor.  Movlo:  .Gospel  Hour  Oceans Alive  12:30  Heritage^  Directions  Starts 11 a.m.  Better  Way  Cont'd.  Better Way  Egypt     ..    ��� ,  wash, Rovlow'  Demon Planet  Confd.  Vic Franklyn  Aud.  Wildlife  1:00  Music to- Sec  Action '  Hot Fudge  Music to Sec  British Grand  Terry Winters  Cont'd.               <  Faith for Today  1:30  Country Canada  Croft St Craft  Tennis  Cont'd.  Survival  Coral Jungle  Country  Canada  5th Sun  Prix  Confd.  Star Trek  Confd.  Wall  Street  World  Get Smart  P.T.L,   Club  Tho Editors  2:00  Soccer:  Confd.     .  Sports  2:30  Sports          '���. -  Confd.  Cont'd.  Movlo:  Confd.  Movie:  Confd.  Seattle at  Confd.     J  Confd.  3:00  Confd.  Confd.  Sportsworld  The People  Movlo:  Tho Pooplo  Performance  San Diego  Confd.            -  Cont'd.-      ,  3:30  Confd.              \  Confd,  Cont'd.  Confd.  Confd;  Requiem for a  Cont'd,,  Confd.  Confd.  .Cont'd.  The  Goodies  .  iPunorama  Confd.    -  H:00  "Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Adiam-12  Heavyweight. .  Horst Koohlor  Confd.  Cohfd.  4:30  5;6o  Hymn S|ng  Cont'd.  Alias Smith  Great Am. Gamo  Hymn Sing  Cont'd,  Question Period  Untamed  Fron,  Confd.  Lovo Am. Style  Confd.  Cont'd.    .  News  Meet th Pross  Lucy Show  Student Forum  National  Nows  Voyage to  Bottom of Sen  Iloneymoonora  Nashville Swing  5:30  Childs Special '  8c Jones  .News  Geographic  Cap., Comment  Soccer'  Movie:  Behind  Scones  6:00  World of  Nows  Confd.  Nows  News  News -  Confd.  Star Trok  Lord of. tho  Great Debate  6:30  Disney  Anything Gods  Hardy Boys/  Castaway '  Confd.  David Horowitz  Cont'd,  Soundstago  Confd.  Jungle -  00 Minutes  Confd.  7:00  Beachcombers  World of  Beachcombers  80 Minutes  Hardy Boys,  Confd.  Outer Limits  S128000 Question  Vlo Franklyn  7:30  Rhoda  King Kona.  Nancy Drew  Disney  .. Rhoda  ^Cont'd,  Nancy Drew  . Cousteau        ____  Confd.  Confdi  8:00  How tho West  ��� Project U.F.O.  King Konfllnff,  All in Family  Mioda  Project U.F.O.  Evening at  Speakout  Movlo: i  Jo GalUard  fl:30  AU In Family  Wns Won  Confd,  On Our awn  All In FnWilly  Confd.  Pops  Access  Sod Sack  Cont'd.  9:00  This Land  Movlo:  Movie:  This Land  Godfather  'Thoatro  Probe '  Confd.  Movlo:  9:30  Thla Vi Hour  Koinp'honlca  Tho Take  Make Mo a  This yj, Hour  Allco  Saga Pt. 1  Confd,  Contact  /Cont'd.  7th Avonuo  io:00  Cont'd.  Perfect  Murder  Symphony  Switch  Assignment  McCloar  Playhouse  ���   Kroozo  Brofi,    ,  r Movio:  PL,I  10:30  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Cont'd,  Confd.  World War I  700 Club            f  Ship of-Fools  .Cont'd.  11:00  National Nows  Nowa  Nows  NoWa  News  Nows  Sign Off  ...Cont'd;              '  Confd.  Sporta Pago  11:30  Night Final  Confd.  Late'Movie  Cap.  Comment  Late Movie  Cont'd,  Sign Off   Confd.  Cont'd.  Confd.  Monday, July 17  CHANNEL 1  CHANNHL 4  CHANNBL 5  CHANNBL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNBL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNBL 11  CHANNBL 12   CHANNBL 13  12:00"    Sum,  Unlimited All Mv Children Hollywood   Sqs. Nows Nows News Summer  1J;30-��� Ryan's Hobo Confd.                  Days of Ida  Clarkson' An tho World Movlo: Programs  1:00     Summer ','/�� Ono Life to          Our Lives Sanford  St  Son Turns Lloutonant     ���    , Begin nt  1:30     Cont'd. Live Tho Doctors Marcus Welby Guiding Light Sohustpr's Wife *l;00 p.m.  2:00  2:30  3:00  3:30  Heritage  Edge  of Night  Hlgli  Hopes  Tako 30  TiOO  4:30  5:00  5:10  SnmTfcTlioTllvor  ,Mr,   Dressup  Celebrity \ Cooks,  All in Family  General  Hospital  Edge of Night  Morv Griffin  <5ont7ii7~  _ Cont'd,  Nows  Cont'd.  Anothor  Confd,  Movlo:  Run Wild  World  \  Tiuir>r5  Cont'd.  \  Cont'd,  Edge of Night  High Hopes  Tako 30  Cont'd. Anothor  All In Family World  Dinah Alan Hamel  Confd.   k  Confd,  8:00  8:30  9:00  9:30  10:00  10)30  11:00  11:30 .  Confd,  Mary T, Mooro  Canadian  (Un  "floppy Days"  Itono Simard  M.A.-S.H,  3'�� Company  ,  Cont'd.  Spaco 1000  Confd.  Newlywed  Nowa  p   X?r 1>rf ^  Gamo  Adam-12  .   Now*      ���...->-  KmirKoqeyl.  -\'''^Lucy Sliow  Cont'd.'.       \  Naw*  X04lt!-4r-   Now* M��j(.  Barney Mlllor  National Now*  Night Final  Handball!  'Warns T.B.A.  Cont'd.  Cojit'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Now*  Soap  Confd.  Soattlo  J iSl'JCKP.eiUL'J'L  "Little Houso on"  the Prairlo  Movlo:  __8��y��nitli^ _ _ ���   "Xvenuo~  Confd,  News  Tonight Show  Pt, 1  Cont'd,  Confd,  Llttlo Houso  on tho Prairlo  "Tiappy Day*  Rone Simard -  M.A.S.U.  TstewsTMnKT  Ilarnoy Mlllor  Now*  Cont'd.  OJUI  Emofgenoy  Cont'd.  aong-Show-  Sosafno"  Cont'd,  A^V  Now*  Got Smart  Movlo:   ,.    _  Nakod_Juniyo  "Conl'd.     ���  Cont'd,  1'opo.vo      Ml  IHIhlstonteit 'i  Mlko Douglas All My Gnituron  As World Turns Cont'd,  Confd. Vancouver  Medical  Center Cont'd.  Confd.  "fiont'd.  Wednesday, July 12, 1978  The Peninsula Times  Page B-7  'Are families important?7  The following are three of the winning  "essays' from the'"recent" competition7  -sponsored by the local B.GVCouncil on the  ."Family chapter. Heather Cattanach  jplaced first in the junior high category;  ��lan Ppllockj  second in the  primary  category, and Sheila Reynolds, third in the  intermediate category.  By HEATHER CATTANACH,  Grade 8, Elphinstone.  .  Yes, families are important. A family  provides security and love. The parents  and the children should be unified and  close. Even though parents should be  loving towards their children, there must  be discipline. The children have to be  taught the difference between right and  wrong, and be prepared for the outside  world. Parents should not be over-  protective, but they should know where the  ' child is so that they do not get into trouble.  I think that there should be some  religious belief and understanding to keep  the family together and-be happy. If there  is, there will be a stronger bond between  the family members.  pets. I think families are important  " because if kids did nothave Moms or Dads  it-would be hard for kids, to survive  because kids- depend on their Moms and  Dads. Families' are important because  they buy you thinkgs like clothes and food  and take care of you when you are sick and  they teach you things at home. They also  give you help, shelter, care and most  important, love. When 1 come home from  school my Mom is usually always there  and my Mom and Dad care about what  happens to me at home, at school, or at  play. My Dad and Mom help me with lots  of things like putting my airplane models  together. We go 'camping and fishing  together which is a lot of fun. That's why I  feel my family is so very important!  By SHEILA REYNOLDS,  Grade 4, Langdale.  I think families are important because  they support you and if you have problems  you share them with your family, and they  try to help you.  Your mother and father probably work,  so they can make money and buy food to  .A   family ,is   important   because Nceep you alive, and clothes to keep you  everyone can help each other out, and  know that they have somebody they can  depend on in hard tim.es. You always feel  ~at ease knowingthat if you are in trouble,-  or need a hand, your family will always be  there to help you out, or "talk it over" with  you. Children that grow up in ah unhappy  family state sometimes grow up with  problems because they could never "talk  it over" or get good advice.  . Parents should do things with their  children, take them places, and most of all  have fun!  The most important factors for a happy  warm. You should be glad to have a  mother and father or else you would go to  an orphanage: -----,  --:IamninearidLmyflii!Qffier7is:fourteen. I  don't like him at times, but deep inside, I  really love him.  One thing I like about my family, is we  play games together. Some families don't  have time to be together, but we do. Some  people live in. one house, but aren't a  family.  When you are sick, and in beef your  mother and father care for you and try to  heal the sickness. When you are sad and  "family'life^rertote'offoverimdere^  and togetherness.  By ALAN POLLOCK,  Grade 3, Madeira Park.  In my family we have a Mom, a Dad, a  brother, a sister and me. My Dad works  with the Department of Highways and my  Mom is a housewife. We have 3 cats for  up. -  Your whole family helps mold your  personality .while you .are growiffg up.  Your family wants to make you healthy,  strong, happy and.independent. '  That is why I think families are important.  \&&%  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SALES & SERVICE  'wntii^  IN THE  v  OF SECHELT  885-9816   Adm/rat  Ask about our  "Package" deals.  Sg> Mark of Quality  APPLIANCES & TELEVISIONS  ��  Attend  the Church  .1U 4n*��M)>�� * *���*���'  m ouivmujUft*-"'"  of  your choice  UNITED CHURCH  Rev. Aiiih'IH' M. Rcinliarcll '���'  886-2333  9:30 am ��� St. John7s, Wilson Creek  11:15 a.m. ��� Gibsons        "  SUNSHINECOAST  ^JOSPEL CHURCH  Davis Bay Road al Laurel  ,, -Davis Bay \ '/'  Siiiidiiy School .,,, ,_,.'.,,. -,.,.... .9:45 am  Morning Service .7 11 :(X) am  Evening Service , 7:00 pm  Wed, Prayer and Bible Study  .,    ,      Phone 885-52%  "w'>ii'thwHninuth>mil"  Pastor Clifford McMullcn  Service and Sunday School each Sunday  at  11:30 a.m. (expept last Sunday! in  month at 12:30 p.mOWed.-Eveninlgsr  7:307  All in St. John's Uiu'lvd Cliurcli,  Davis iiuy.  Phone 885-3157, 886-7882. 883-9249  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  1        Rev. T, Nicholson, I'tistor  ' .    TIMES'OFSUNDAYMASS  ''  8:00 p.m. Sat. eve.in'SI, Mary's, Gibsons  8:30 a.m. Our Lady of Lourdes, on Ihe"  Sechelt Indian Reserve  ,  10:00-a.m. nt The Holy Family Church in  Seehell ' ,     ,  12 noon ai Si. Mary's Church-in (Jibsuns  'A  Stroot  ^o'nt'd.-"'- ���" " ' v Now��" "    "  Mary T, Moora    Cont'd.  Toll  the Truth    Iiobliy Vinton  Around Horo        Hand. Hunt era  "JofTorBoTui "|Cw/(��rMnn  Oood Tlmoa Cont'd.  M.A.8,11, Movloi      .  ���LH*X���**J*_S!!5.*   Box fc the^  ~i,ou Grant RfarrJST Womoa  Cont'd.      , Cont'd.  Now* Now*  Late   Movia Cont'd.  Mr. ltpflo-ffl  TKorT  Ovqr Knu.v  Nowm  A%.nJl$.Jtn*AL  "HhndoiToC  Oreono  I'urformnnco  Cont'd,  Munnlora  Flipper  'owltofiaii"  ,I��g|K����tf  I  ILovo Lucy  Andy Griffith  Hoxnn'a Heroes  Adnm-12  Funornmn  Tlio Monkocs  .My 3..Kona .;  Drndy Hunch  tm'Tv^r^^*si!^vjrsn.'rm  TMairwiflmr  Mntoh Gamo  Jokoro Wild,  Micky Toiler  Hpldormnn  I'nrt., Family  ���Jo. GalUard  Cont'd.  Odd  Couplo  Am.  2 Nlsht  WlldornoM  Movloi  ���  ,1*  Lino  Onodln  Cont'd.  Dick Cnvott  I.owoll  Thomaa  Movlo:  Moby Dick  Cont'd,  Cont'd,  Nfotos  Amor, a NIKht  Odd Couple  Outor Mmlta  Nowlywod Gamo  Merv Orlffln  ContM,  - Cont'd.  Trails  li.O, l.ionn  Movie;  7th Avenue  rW'i'r':-^-''''''^-'-'''''''1'''''''1'1  '��y*y*Y*:��:i'iyi'ii:i'i'iii.i:i:i:ii'i  Date Pad  ���i  v\  T-i  Ttoofluoa  Couateau  IMill Silver*  l.nte Movie  rt. a  Cont'd.  Snorta Pa��o  Cont'd.  Tuesday, July 18  12110  iio5  1:30  3:00  2)30  m  4:��0  flioa  8i)6  CHANNBL 2  Hum.  Ufillinllod  Ilyan'a llono  Summor '/B  {;ont'dj__  CHANNEL 4  All .  Colit'  One Life  to Live  My Chlldran  Vlo\y from Here  KiIko of NIKht  ~W,ii "A i'lo  1   North.   Sum.  Celebrity Cooka  j\ll_lrv Knmlly   "Footlialir"        ~  Edmonton at  .���rM4"i%:M  "*�����<. i  -��il���esst% ��� ���  ''^t^rifikA'r  I0U0    Hyan'a Fancy  JliM     Nallonal Newa  llnS    Nl((ht Final  General  Hoapllal  "ConTil*  Cont'd.  Newa ,  Conl'd.  "ContM;  Cont'd.  CHANNBL fl  Hollywood  tiqa,  paya of pur  Llvoa  "Anothar "World"  CHANNHLA  Nowa  Ida Clarkaon  Sanford Sr. Bon  Maroua Walbj^  CHANNHL 7  oviei  naalo'a  M  Li  &Wjft-  Sh  NW  Gronteai  Adventure  Newlywed Game  Newa  ConT'dT"  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  "ICllKO   of   Nlnht  HUh,. Il��MW>a.���  TaHe 80  Nowa  .  Aa the World  Turna  Oulillnit LlHht  "CFnt'I.    ~ ~~  AU in Family  ,,lSlnah,...~.-. > -,-  Cont'd.  Happy  Lnyorn..  "'   V''V  ���r.  Dave  Yer^ndjjHhlrloy  <i>*'i A-  OU**"wJ^>rf ���  Man ^rom  Atlautla  y'-r-'.'A',.. au. -  ,�������irrtrt, > \. ���r m?v  C'lilliT'a  I'roKram  nipper  Adam-lS  Nowa    ' ���__.__  fqotKlTi    Edmonton at Mary T. Mooro  MmorKoTioy 6m  Cont'd,  Newa  Cont'd.  "Cont'd:  CHANNBL a  I^lewa  Movloi  Denth H��oo  Cont'd.  "Anothor  Worfit"  Cont'd.  Alan Hamel  Oont'd.  CHANNHL 9  CHANNBL 11  flu miner  1'roKrama  lloMln at  4i0ftj��,m.  Cont'd.  .ConCd  20/20  cdnt'd.  Newa  Lale Moyle  Avenue IH, i  Cont'd,  NaWa  Tonight  Hhnw  ,.,,,���'^em^iji��wjrer'  Oh ,,  Angel  Con?f  'en  I't.  *���" "-,��.' ���  ItfUfeamm.mll]  Jlido  cont'd,  Now��w   ,  Lata Moyle,  Luuy Show  Emeraency  Cont'd. f  Goiyj.mShow_  Newa  Cont'd.  1?S".rcl'i Jfe?cua  "Mail "if rom *--�����-.*��-  ^ountry___  "Lbu.cfrani"" I  Cont'd.  Newa,  Cont'd,  fit rent  Nowa  Get Smart  Movloi  jleaaloa  Cont'd,  Cont'd.  ���-l'opeye ������'������-"  Kllnlatnnea  CHANNBL  12  DouRlaa  World iwrna  Aa  Cont'd.  Medical ^Center  "ContMT  Tie Tao DouRh  MatMi Gamo  Hllimiltea  Hennmo  Cont'd,  Mr,, noRera  ICloclrlo Co  Munatera  Flipper  Heaver  Howllcliod  Zoom  Over Kaav  ContM.  ^^"O'NeTlF^"  "W'frr* ' X  2 Honnlea'    _  ffimplv^lCliBfra.  Cont'd,    ��  pick Cavett  Hook  Heat  1 Lovo Lucy  Andy Griffith  )4��*mi'* ��� |p*��r<*M  Adom-ia   'Movlef'"'   ~  ^ISWr���v .���  Cont'd/  Newa.  Amor, a NlRl)t  Odd Couple r  Outer Llmlta  Funorama  Mo^  BradyJ[lunch   ~~^dy!JHf>��h  Truth.  O'nqncea  -^4pkmrw-i-V/mm-  CHANNBL 13  All My Children  Cont'd.  Vancouver  cont'd;   "ConFd.          (X  1'arty Game I  Lively Woman  (loln>< riftooa   HptcuTrman"  emily  Jaaon Kir"  -r  IMIly Liar  ���a*- '������Wiiinii.iJ�� mm,r_v'im,K_-m''"mamii.maimm*11:  ... Jaoauea"1.,  , Couateau1--  .   Phil, Silver*  \ Late Moyle  ��  Jaaoh King  OdiTciouple  Am. .-Night  Cont'd.  71 h Avenue \  Cont'd.  flporU Pafta  Cont'd.  Ill  !-i'l!i''.''.''.''.;'.;'.  i-i;i;i;i;i;i:::ii'  '���ilili'iti'-iH;',;!  *Jol/'T4*~-,Rob'ortrCro'oK"DaioS6f��bairChal|bnoo''bo1woon^  Womon'* Toam 8, Caat 8, Crow of Boachcombora, Roborla Crook Elom  School, 6 pm, ��� s        '  July 14 ��� Robort* Crook Dam Outdoor Youth Disco Daneo, RC School, 0:30  pm $2. ,  July 13 ��� Sonlor anions Strawberry T��a, Sr, Cltlrbn* Hall, Socholt, 2:30  pm. ���.,...',.''....  July 15 ��� Rob'oria-Crook Data Higjjlecly "PlQfllbdy Pdrodo, HollRd 8, Hwy,  10 am, Soapbox Derby, 11 am. Other act|v|t|o�� boglnnlng at noon In  "downtown Roborti Crook", Including crafts, muilc, klda games, loy  boal race., goad fpod, blngbrcrown fi anchor7foa dunktank, wrist  wroaillng, swimming racoa ��tc,  'July 15 ������ Daneo to tho muilc of Duator, Roborts Crook Daio, Community  Hall, 9 pm,  July 20 - Evening of Faahlon foaturlng 1970 Soa Cavalcado Candldotos,  Gibsons Loglon Hall, 6 pm, Tickets $1.50, avallablo al retail clothing  outlota, Refroahmenta will follow,  July 22 ~ Country Pair convened by Halfmoon Bay Rocroatlon Commission  A Welcome Beach Comm Aaaoc, Cooper* Groon,  ft:-1:1:';^  iVi'iViT.  iW-iiftli!  f  *m  I   ^   '    USB THIS SPACE TO PROMOTE YOUR ORGANIZATION'S EVENTS. ���������������'���-���������������������*  '.;'���,.,,.rTTV; ,Wi>. '.'-.J-, y ivym*.;c+tt4p&;to\\'>7?M ' W^.::.--*1  S^iHiiiir -'i'  h  ���'   '������   '   . '..' :���. ii^f-Mi  i,i     , 'i     "'"���Mki     I  \   Wi  'J iwenf ��fc.T" u^itX1**  Wftj-tm B*-ti-����p-t��i  a WWsti-iKWM*** B#��rti**-^fcWa"i~-*iH ytMw ������**��*'*������ (S-KWBtjhWJjn^JWwJawp  vAMlHf Wlfifl" f,^w  ��   (^UNwiUMinBftWt'WwS'Cf^ ff**��MW��,,��"1W�� "'  X  *W"  ,i i, .-,��� :         !'.    .i.X :.:.::AL-\   A  \/__ _:..     .__����� _.... _   .   .-..  _. .  \    ������  . 7v  Page B-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, July 12. 1978  The Garden Corner  Living with limits  By Guy Symonds  Grantham's man presumed drowned  ^x   _  V  A radio program a week or so ago  brought the reminder that it is time to talk  about preserving some of the fruits of our  labours in the garden for enjoyment in the  grim days of winter.  No apology is tendered for' taking this  hint from the aforementioned' radio  program because the thing was a complete  ~waste_of expensive air time.  Not that the lady did not know her stuff.  At least, she seemed completely confident  and handled the subject in masterly (sorry  feminists, but the feminine equivalent  does not come to mind) fashion. My objection was that unless the listener had a  tape recorder handy or could take shorthand at an impossible number of words  per minute, it was impossible to get any"  thing of value.  So the purpose of this week's Corner is  to draw the attention of the interested  reader to ''Publication No, 1560" issued by  Agriculture Canada and free for the  Entitled "Canning Canadian Fruits and  Vegetables" it contains some 26 pages of  detailed instructions and closes with a  couple more .posing and answering 15  .-questions likely, to .be-raised, __   -  Starting with half a page or so on "The  importance of canning" the authors  -proceed to elaborate.in detail on "seven  steps to successful canning.'' These include selection of equipment, preparation  of containers, how to select and prepare  the food, the pack itself (several sections,  dealing with this )r-, processing (Here  again there is a wealth of detailed information on sealing and cooling, both  ^^.^^asSijarStaand^cans^andJinallyJabeiling^  and storage.  The next eight pages deal exhaustively  with the canning of fruits, juices and  tomatoes. They discuss cold of hot flacks  with syrup, cold pack'-with dry sugar, pack  without any sugar and the whole business  of processing by the boiling water bath  -method with particulars for a tremendous  number of fruits and juices, each  examined individually.  Another half dozen pages deal with  processing vegetables done in a pressure  cooker at the usual 10 pounds of pressure,  with a-detailed treatment.of various steps  in the process.  Then come the questions and answers  previously mentioned and for good  measure a table of the metric equivalents  for commoni: Canadian household  measures. Altogether one..would say a job  done thoroughly and^nscientiously-.   -^HereTnaybe a/lilfle philosophy may be1  permitted. Most gardenersnseem to be"  philosophically ^inclined anyway; the  occupation seems to favour the contemplation of the infinite, ana the older the  gardener the more he is likely to contemplate and philosophize. ,  It surely must be evident that we are  _comLngJoJhej)uter4imit^^  ^an'i-rabilitj^  like to live regardless of cost.  The shopping baskets in the food stores  are loaded with the produce of far of f lands  with the buyer quite sold on the idea that  the needs of our nature force us to consume these things whether we can produce  them or not. One has too suspect that the  sign in a local store recently saying  "Bananas���imported" was a put-on.' But  then again, one wonders....because that  magic word "imported", like the "sale",  will always produce the desired reaction.  Which is all by way of saying that this  very much blessed corner of the earth will  produce godd things in' abundance,  provided one is prepared to pay the price  of work and worry. Surely it makes sense,  particularly in these days of sophisticated  refrigeration to use our money to produce  for oi r own use first rather than to exchange it at ever increasing loss for the  labours of others.  Gradually wc are getting a glimpse of  the importance of this idea and as this is  being written a voice comes over the radio  pointing out to apartment dwellers that  even they can with a little effort produce  their own salad greens instead of paying'  Inflated prices for Imports.  Towards this end the weulth of information in tho brochure described is at  the housewife's pleasure- and tho gardens  of B.C. can do whnt thoy, are meant to do,  supply us with what we need to continue to  live among them in health and gratitude.  A Grantham's Landing man is missing  and presumed drowned after saving his  three-year-old daughter from a similar  fate. .. '.     .        .... _.  Dennis Joseph Herie, 33f disappeared  July 2"whcn7he-dived_mto_tfie water "off  Soames Point to rescue his daughter, who  had fallen from a boat.  Herie got the child to safety, but went  under beforehe could~be s'avedi"  _     Attempts by the local RCMP have  failed to locate the body. v  WAKE-UP! SHAPE UP!  WALK!  pwtiicipanion,  W.ilk a WiK'k.Tikby.  Pitch-In  And Smile  '���l.'JgI^P'W)-tSS,-ftW*'***l-*-a  What do you look for in a camera? Easy handling  and compact size? How about a better viewfinder  and light meter? Or is it the way everything works  together to product clear, sharp pictures without  fuss or bother? The Fujica ST 705 SLR camera has  it all! It includes an F1.8 lens for pictures under  almost any light condition, plus built-in metering  for constant accurate exposure. The ST 705 ��� it's  got what it takes to please you!  case  KITS1AR LENSES'  Right now, save up to $20.00 on these fine lenses,  designed to fit both Fujica and Pentax screw  mounts and cameras.  200mm F3r3  SAVE $20.00  1 ,\V\'p  k*mX   * ��� '       '     l"       '    '  '  p*rl    '.   *  >Hmn^ *  i   -   ;      .     ��� JL* s,-h -  Vf   ���*   ,' > ���   *    *���.  ~-t.A- .  RESTRICTIONS  Madeira Park Users  . Duo lo.QxtrpnvBly ��'ry tummer conditions  II Ii vory likely that wo will have a wator  ihortngo, Therefore, It l�� neceisary to  Apply iprlnkllrtg reitrlctloni ���ff��c����v��j  June 1st, 1978  1. 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Geoffry  Daniels hauls his - sister Victoria  towards the finish line in the sack  race at the Sechelt Reserve sports  day on Sunday, July 2.  Renegades  stopped at  Native Finals  The Gibsons Swimming Pool will this  month offer a Rea^fross Water" Safety  program for swimmers of all ages from  pre-school to adult.  The program will run afternoons from 1  to 3 p.m. until July 14 and from July 17 to  July 28. Participants vfrill attend every day  for the two week period except weekends.  Adult classes will be held in the evening  from 6 to 7 p.m.  Registration for all classes may b��  made at the pool anytime during public  swimming hours.  Public swimming hours for July are as  follows: Monday to Friday; noon to 1 p.m.,  3 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 10 p.m. On weekends  the public may swim from 1 to 5 p.m. and  from 7to 10 p.m. Sunday night is an aduits-  only swim.  The pool will be closed for the month of  August for general maintenance work and  will re-open September 5. During the  closure the pool will be drained, cleaned  and all valves checked; The boiler and  filter room will be inspected, cleaned and  readied for next season.  ' -' From February 25, the pool's opening  date, to June 1 almost 25,000 swimmers  used the facility.  Jobs big or small   XL-.k-.  We do them all  Addition, renovations  To cupboards on the wall  Good homes we build  Good work we do  PICK UP YOUR PHONE  GIVE US A CALL  ���   X  BELANGER  CONTRACTING  885-3129  **V*a[*!S&*   A'BOUNDING   she    goes.-' Gen  Laplante is happy in her saclf as she  pulls ahead during Sports Day July 2  at the Sechelt Reserve field.  :.���;.' ������'���'���'���'���  ���'.'���������'                     f                                        -=  Sports briefs -=-���-^- -        -          - -  -     :   r~~ :-���  Volleybqllexhibifion  By Rick Crosby  The Sechelt Renegades went down to  defeat in a sometimes chippy tournament  at the British Columbia Native Provincial  Soccer finals in Kitimat June 30-July-2.���  "The boys were confident but lacked  the will to win," said a disappointed coach  Lloyd Jackson. The Renegades were  favourites in the first part of the tournament after beating Kispiox 5-1.  "Kispiox were just like rugby playfers,"  said Jackson. Gary Feschucl got the first  goal for the Renegades. Then Barry  Johnson scored making it 2-0.  At times the game got rough. "The fans  threatened to tear the referree's head off,"  said Jackson. "At one point a Kispiox  player threw the ball at the referee just  missing head head."  In the second half Kispiox came back to  score one goal. "Our passing was good  with good crossing from the wings,"  continued-Jackson, and the Renegades  scored three more goals to take the match.  - In the second game jgainst_the-Eort-  Edward"~Blues~the Renegades went flat/  "We were winning 1���0," said Jackson.  "Themn the last 10 seconds of the game  Port Edward kicked the ball out of Tony  Paul's hands into goal to tie the game up."  After 20 minutes of scoreless overtime  the Renegades lost 2-1 to penalty shots.  In the third game the Renegades were  knocked out of the finals by Duncan  JUnrted,.jvhichLbeatjhern 3^2.   ,    Daren Dixon scored two goals and  Duncan tied it up in the second half.  _ In overtime Duncan scored and took  ���the match.  "Walk ft to meT  capilano ^  college  Capilano Collage requires part-time faculty for  the Business Office Training Program to be  offered in Sechelt in the Fall.  The instructors will teach:  TYPING  RECORDKEEPING  ARITHMETIC  CALCULATORS  BUSINESS ENGLISH  A lab supervisor is required tov assist the  Instructorin this program.  Send resume to Harold Kirschner  Dean Vocational-Career. Capllano College.  2055 whMr���gnjN&J&^^  won***9  FIGURE SKATING  Local figure skater Ava Banti will be  taking the summer school figure skating  course at Powell River. ,7  Linda Lietner is practising for free  style competition to be held in Seattle at  the Puget Sound Inter Clubjneet August  ���2���4.���~~~���    ������  VOLLEYBALL        '  The Santa Fe- Chiefs high school  volleyball team takes on Elphinstone on  August 5 and 6 at Elphinstone. ���      ,,;��� 7  The Chiefs, who are on tour in British  Columbia currently hold a 98���0 track  record.>  LADIES GOLF  Olive Shaw won the ladles putting  match on Tuesday, July 4, scoring 32 putts  for 111 holes. Glcnna Salahub was second  with 34 putts.   . ','.'���/ ....  In 9 ljolc competition, Elsie Cupid and  LOrnu Higgins tied for first with 17 putts,  On' Thursday, July l.T, tho Sunshine  Coast ladles third team will meet the West  FISHING  Gibsons has slowed down since last  week. Earlier they were catching coho off  Gower Point. They're mooching and  bringing them in to .7 pounds.  Duncan Cove reports a good week with  spring coming in from 16 pounds to 22  pounds"   7       ���'"���'��� \ k -.,  Lots of coho are being taken outside the  harbour.     .  SOCCER  The Raiders and the Elphinstone  Wanderers will hold their first practice at  Elphinstone field on Tuesday, August 8.  New and old players are welcome. For  jmore information call 886-2046 or 886-2890.  The Mainland league schedule will be  out in August.  MENS FASTBALL  Tlio North Shore playoffs may bo held  on tho Sunshine Coast if there aro no more  than seven teams entered in the tournament. Tcums from the Sunshlno Coast,  Squamish and North Vancouver will tako  part in the event.  Pick Up find  Pitch-ln'TO  17' k&C Thermoglass  115 HP Evinrude-$3000  <a  "the home of  trouble free boating  GARDEN BAY MARINE SERVICES LTD.  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West Porpoise Bay Rd.,  Sechelt, B.C. 885-2214  NEW SUMMER  SCHEDULE  effective June 18-Sept. 9,1978  The winner of tho Zono playoffs willgolUa,ui  Point ladies team for an 18 hole match qt   to tho1pripflh,CpHunWA^nnlhlW  Uio^Wc^t I^>Ii^ ���'fidjir^o'tllfj V��n<j|t>*��V,ori,.v'1-   y 7Day'Weekend nt Powoll River.  ffllfazy'-v.  ^"W  *��&*��>  $ftVtW��     HANDBAGS  SHOES ^^  BATHROOM ACCBSttRIErSMlNes  . &unMeM74> ^ttoUfo Sfuxet  & Leathers  ���,!WJ  HE,H6ART .$���,JMrM^j,., ffa.  ^mm\\%W ^mfi^m mk%W        m^F ^mwm.    m. ^^m  VANCOUVER HARBOUR  INCLUDES GIBSONS, POfJT MnULON  AMoNAoennnK  101  103  106  107  100  111  113  7;00 n,m,  '7:46 a,m,  0:46 n.m.  -<1lM8"a,m,"  1MB p,m.  3;46 p.m.  8MB p.m,  102 �� ���  104 *�����  100 k*  100 #t��  110  112 *���  114 II  ��Yl:...A.  pophTliiX  W.Hbr/.  7:30 n.m,  0:30 a.m,  10:30 n.m,  12!30"p',m:u  2:30 p.m.  4:30 p.m.  7:30 p.m,  SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS  107  111  113  11:46 n.m,  <|:45 p,m,  0:45 p,m,  PENDER HARBOUR  100* )���  112 I*  114il  12:30 p.m.  4:30 p,m,  7:30 p.m,  INOLUPESTHOffMANBYA NELSON I81ANPS,  CflMONT, riUIIY AND BAKINAW LAKIitt  DAILY  ,. _ EXCEPT SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS  ..*, N ^mmg'i '  . HwiJLj  Flight  _No,  501  6Q3  BOB  607  603  BOB  607  Departs  Rooholt  0:16 A.m.  1:16 p.m"  bub p,m,  0j16��.m,   8UNDAYha%HOLIDAYa  Plloht  600#W|.  S02��M>  804#M,  BOO #N  Dopnrts  P'inj Hbr.  7 :��|5 n.m,  11U6 wm,  3:16 p.m,  0:1B p,m,  1:15 pm        604 3;1S p,m,  6:18 p,m,       BOB        0:16 p,m,  ->n:1B_p,m:___ _  tCQfWO  '���������twtN'Mtpr*nritRfNnr��'*'jri��wTN'tTT��'  I OONNNHI WITH CtNOIR HANinui    ���  ��� MnNMW'HTTrFtfWKf AIVIH  �� OOHNfOTB WITH 'VANOnilVHB HAI-Unim  N['nnu "       >t,  11  .a-l*..*.i,'immm, ht.m,,m%tniWW*mml,i,lm-m*v.m..  �� niHipT un^int Tti uphut  Xrs fiK*  POWELL RIVER  DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS A HOt/DAVS  Flight  No,  001  003  006  007.7  009  Departs  Boolmlt  0:16a,m.  0:16a,m,  11:15 n.m,  ...1i1S,p,m.,  6:16 p,m,  Flight  ��� No.  002 H  004#Mp-  <ooe# ,  000#wto  010#M  Departs \\  Povyoll jRlvor^  ^iOOn.m.  11:00 a,m,  1:00 p.m.  ��� 3.'00 pm,  0:00 p,m,  SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS  007  000  1:1Q p.m,  6;16 p.m,  eoo#xt  010 dW  3:00 pirn.  6:00 p.m,  VANCOUVER   AIRPORT  DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS  Flight  No,  001  003  "flOB  Departs  Seoholt  7:46��,m,  ���1l;46 n,m,  *3:4S'pIfT1,  Flight  No,  B02*����  604* \w  aoeir  Departs  Van. AIRPORT  B;30n,m,  12:30 p,m,  "4;30"pm""  SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS  003  006  1V.46 ��,m,  3:46 pirn.  6Q4*t*  600 4*  12;30 p.rn,  4:30 p,m,  Fits. 102 ��. 108' - 204 - 004 Odnnoot With Powell Air Rights From PoweJI River  CAR RENTALS  CAII nCNTALSAHE AVAILABLE  AT ALL SCHEDULED TERMINALS,  ASK YOUII AQENTFOnPAnTICULArlS  CHARTER SERVICE  TYEE FLIES ANYWHERE  IN fHE PACIFIC NORTHWEST,  For lurthor Information  Pleusw contact your Local Olllco  NANAIMO  DAILY  EXCEPTSUNDA YSS, HOLIDAYS  WqW  No.  201  203  205  -wr  T5opSflsT  Sechelt  0:16 a.m.  11:46 a.m.  3:46 p.m,  IISOpTmTJJ^  PltQht  202 *<���  204* <���  T)oparls~  fl;4B ��.m,  |2:48 p.m.  74;a.fl.**mv  SUNDAYS AHpUDAYS  11'4l A(m,.JU<SVM.*I.  ,r?l'.Yll*;|j-.n��i   ,p-i-  0:30 p,m,  L5L1  '0i  208 I  TERMINAL LOCATIONS  FT  VANCqilV^R HARBOUR  CAnflALL flT��� QA8TOWN  VANCOUVER AIRPORT  , WEST COAST AIR 8EAPLANB DOCK  " NANAIMO  AIR WEBT AIRLINES, BEHIND 0U8 DEPOT  ,Hir*TW'.,��fV'i*'i-��'j('^i\(-i'<  7:00 p.m,  ^-'-'-^T'fO'vvEirRivitrt"''''"   ''"  POWELL IAK6 66APCAN6 QOOK  SECHELT       POHPOISG DAY  :������, ;;s3UR^pp,��p- ���������.  f\a GARDEN BAY STORE  Madeira park  MADEIRA MARINA  SECHELT INLET  INCLUDES NAnnOWSANO SALMON INLETS  DAILY    ...���,  y       EXCEPTSUNDA YS & HOLIDA YS  Dopai  Tllglir  ��No. '  301  303  aria  Seoholt  0:16 a.m.  1:15 p.m.  FHoht  302  304  Departs  Becfi. Jnlet  10:30 n,m.  3:00 p.rh,  ��. SUNDA YS & HOL IDA YS  303  ]     l:15"p.m.  IF 304"   T    3:00 p,m,  JERVIS INLET  INCLUDES HOTHAM BOUND  H, AGAMEMNON CHANNHL  DAILY  EXCEPTSUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS  TfigKT  No.  401  403  Departs  Sechelt  0,-16 ��,m,  1:16 p,m,  ,?^Ph.,���  402  404  Departs  Jervis In,  10)30 am,  3:00 p.m,  SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS  403  1:15, p,m,  404  3:00 pm,  FOR RESERVATIONS  CALL  7. ����ML,.,..-��� ,,���.,,,��.,--�����������' ��� BTO-2214. ���  Vancouver obo-oobi  Nanaimo 7M-?04i  Powell River ' 48(^0223  IIESEnVA TIONS MUST HE MADE  AT LEAST TWO HOURS PRIOR TO  "   PUftLlSHED DEPARTURE TIMES  CHECK IN TIME TO BE  20 MINUTES PRIOR  ��� ��� "-".".-TO-- aClteMLID  -nC<"^  DEPARTURE TIME   ������- ,i ., > y��,i.  Tti  K\'Ar\\i<  A, ,   wf *        m  ^X-yX'^7y^7X''^'^  w  JJhmu.it Mt 4Jht0��m*m��mmmaa\^*M*lmtaml^^  !      ,    ,.,,,.,. \  mm^fVM^f. ��*iu-W" -a .n jfort *  feMSffl^-^y*^-*   9 W*��>-pl���p?��r^-*��fci^|(Jf��^^^  ��^*w'**?,?fpJ5Kt��5Sa'^^  m&mu.iim.riimUMWwmmfp***'*'^*1' fW-  i( lHW^Mll***^*!'*!*^  iO ���������(?����}������**��*  -SVIi.iarf(!^Jii--l*Mt^.l(��*'Sliai*l��4-  \.  **"'  \ ,  p- iX  r \  \  ���I    ��� \  "������'      "���..��� ,   i      A    .    .'  ���    ,     ���"  7-.-..X   -  ���������J  i  X  '...:  ��'~  ���5  Page C-2��� The Peninsula Times  TWednesday, July.13,,1978-  ...... ^zrr::yl  Plans are already underway for  1979 Gibsons Dogfish  Nine-year-old Andy Solinsky was two away for processing by Norpac Fisheries  hours late and consequently $700 short of Vancouver,  when he weighed in his 14 pound 3 ounce iw��r>n�� *���;* *u���                   u    a.  catch at the Gibsons Dogfish Derby July 2 ��� JJ^fl    FT"* TUP ^5"  -but he did achieve sLe distinctio/in J5���� ����5^"^ t0 the  additon to his second place $300 prize. processabie fish.  ���,,,.,,         . A        ,, Meanwhile, plans are already under  The fish he caught was old enough to be way f or an even bigger derby next year.  his grandfather -48 years old, according McRae said organizers would like to hold a  to marine biologist Mike Smith - and dance on the Saturday night before the  Andy received a cup engraved: "For the ��vent  oldest dogsfish from the oldest real estate '         , MM���. ,    .  This year's $200 third prize went to Tom  Richardson for his 13 pound 13 ounce  firm, Charles English Ltd."  The first place fish, also 14 pounds 3 dogfish. AU three of the top winners were  ounces but weighed in two hours earlier at \rom Gibsons  10:36 a.m., was 45 years old. ~,        .  ^ , , Other winners included:  Jerry Dulyk, 16, who caught the win- ���     ,.,.��� ..                      ,.   TT  ning$l,000fiShandthenpromptlysplitthe p.hFor *��*?�� P,mes ~ M' Hu^ of  prize with his fishing partner, Jinr Samp- Gibsons; Ed Winchar  Vancouver; Tom  son, said Sunday they now plan to pod Jo"es> ^^T' SS? Wl?n'" 5U5"  their money to buy a car. mhy; John Duffy> Gibsons; Guy Redt  _,     _,                                ' mond, Gambier Islajid, and Dave An-  The derby, sponsored by SuperValu derson, North Vancouver. \  under the auspices of the Gibsons and '  District  Chamber of  Commerce,   was For $50 Wd.den weight' prizes - M.  sufficiently successfuly that by week's end HuPe>8 lb-10 oz- 5 Bil1 Grant, Richmond, 10 I  organizers were sporting sore shoulders lb- n m-> Way"e Nakatami, Vancouver, 9 i  from all the back slapping. lb-5 oz-; Rob pyke. Vancouver, 7 lb. 14 oz.;  ��th.- , ct      ��� ,    j.j   u ���  ,   . L ��� Laurie Hicks, Burnaby, 8 Ib. 2 oz.; Garry  <I think SuperValue did a hell of a job �� Berdahl, Gibsons, 1 lb. 15 oz. Dave Simons,  L���^,iPhamher.Eresident Jon McRae. "We Gibso     6 lb 14       Harr  Lub k Bur.  were just looking for a successful event mhy 6 lb. 9 0Z- and Andy Solil^ 5 lbi 1  and we got it." m                    ^   ������                                        **��*!>     w��        The derby drew about 1,000 entries, as vVally Stasiuk and Jerry Lemoine of  J*QBEB!L��mTHIER^eUc^lfo^  \\*a ���WfcH��M. oV^oo �����*����� ��,��� ..r.^m.m                                'some 10,000 dogfish which were trucked highest total for a single boat        '  "the weightier entries onto the scales.  McRae estimated that about half the  ������������ .i.m*m��mmmm��>s*Tmr*B*mm  entries this year came from off the -EVERYBODY WAS doing his own   for instance, was^ collecting dogfish,  peninsula.         - - thing on Dogfish-Derby day^rsTa~dr"fins7Beffiw firsTkid on your block..  m. \  THIS WAS'THE busy scene at the organizers later suggested "limiting McRae said the committee rejected  Dogfish Derby weighing station July 2, entrants to their five largest fish next the suggestion "because it would take  as some 1,000 fishermen turned in an year.  But Gibsons and District half the fun out of it for the people who  estimated 10,000 dogfish weighing a Chamber of Commerce President Jon were bringing in their fish."  total of perhaps 14,000 pounds. Some  THAT'S ALL? It's a wonder there was any^ room left for the fisherman among this load of dogfish  * ��� \ \.        - -   p p ' .  . ,      ,  V-v-s^K  .A_~V  \\\ X  >"�� Mtm*\ m>m-��-* *��* ***���  \    \  \ i\ \_  -v  1 <'\  X.  t;^S^^  r  annual Dogfish berby on July t  rnrT^^^^y,Jm\mll^ left, He ' ������ <M M; 'jU^^llmWLmmm\m^^ r::yy^r'y  ���,i^���  tho universal reaction to the pancake}   governmopt wharf.  ��*  mmwwwmWHmWiiw^^ f E ���  ti h!EiKM"t.W��w,M t*i *tfUJ.fl(>c-.���,  lW^#��iafw**rp��^^ *l*^t*��Bft!<^ia#l��M����^ **n**t  iW m ~*ltf" ffffltW %fit* V'  i   ��.   i-Hlt-lJfl    r  )  ,  ' J   ,'l r,  .\if *���!,':: .-(,1'f.hv,, ,.   ,  i  '    i  -' am.  I,  I *  .V  S ,,���  , ' \  >,..��. ' I
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GIBSONS SCOUTS take] a turn at the dogfish grill. A total fo 274 dogfish burgers were sold Sunday at a price of
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>• i' ; '™'"i    •••r*kntiX ,     ArltffA Vfe*. In-v-V-- >«.-•■- >«-ivi *W>J j_L-i^  =-,-}  'J  jragec**-  rue remnsula Times  Wednesday, July 12, 19787  Bush blether  Bear hugs aren't gentle  By JAMIE STEPHEN,  Sechelt Conservation Officer  : - July 2, 1976. Near the Yukon - B.C.  .... border. A 21-year-old girl walking down a  bush trail with a female companion. A  black bear appears; the girl attempts to  photograph the animal, but unexpectedly  subject turns on photographer. One of the"  girls manages to climb a tree but the other  isn't quick enough. *She is dragged 60 feet  away and, facedown, is mauled viciously  from buttocks to neck. Armed only with an  axe, a would-be rescuer attempts to draw  the" bear away and he also is bitten in the  buttocks by the angered bear. Finally the  animal is shot but the victim requires  emergency surgery and overis,000 stitches  to save her life. An autopsy!revealed that  the bear was a perfectly normal mature  male. No toothaches, old wounds or thorns  . in his feet- and at the time of the attack,  neither girl/was menstruating.  Late May, 1978. A 42-year-old Italian  ���cycling down the Alaska Highway near Ft.  Nelson. Sights ia blacjt bear in a ditclTand  stops to observe animal. Cyclist becomes  alarmed when bear begins to approach  him and drops his pack. After momentarily examining his pack, bear turns oh  man, mauling him on the arm, shoulder  and neck. Fortunately a passing trucker  sees the bear drag its victim into the bush  and is able to shoot animal and save  cyclist's life. A post mortum examination  revealed that the bear was perfectly  normal.  In Ontario this year a woman was badly  suppose to take back home an amusing  picture of the bear behind the wheel!  Incredible, but are we so different? We ���  who chase1-, "bears away at the garbage  dump, on ffot; those _ofi_us__ who ���with .  defiance' in our eye and an "Okay, I've had  enough, gonna belt that bloody nuisance  across his I rear with my hockey stick"  attitude, march into our. gardens' and  assert our dominance by throwing rocks at  a young,black bear.  ��� Do you know how even a two-year'-old  black bear asserts his dominance? Read  the first part of this article again!! While  that black bear may appear to you to have  nothing on his mind but eating yet more of  ydur strawberries, in reality he may have���  designs on you when you come one step  closer. Bears are lightning when they want  to be and.can spin around before you could  swallow. As improbable as it is that a bear .  will charge more than once out of 20,000  times, it's still" too frequent to chance.-  Don't compromise your own safety and  become a statistic.  With a three percent annual increase in  British Columbia's population, an expanding life style and standard of living,  and with corresponding encroachment of  wilderness areas by man, refu'se disposal  site's   throughout   the .province   are  regularity and themselves stored in a shed  or "garage if bears are common to the  neighbourhood. If a nuisance bear is  bothering your garden or other property,  do" not approach him unless you have  ���escape cover (e.g. an automobile with  windows rolled up or a house batt&ny).  Honk the horn of your vehicle, bang pots or  pans, cowbells, or discharge an airhorn.  Make as much of a racket as you can, but  never attempt to shoot the bear with a  pellet gun, high powered rifle or shotgun  except in an emergency. If the raids on  your property persist after your own  preventative measures fail, call the Fish x  and Wildlife Branch for further advice and  ��� or help. If the situation warrants, the  offending animal may have to be live-  trapped and relocated, or destroyed. The^  latter action is our normal response if  aggression towards humans has been  demonstrated (i.e. charges with or withput  contact).  Ii you meet a black bear on a hiking  trail, caution and common sense must  prevail and the chances will be better than  excellent that nothing will come of the  incident, except that you will have seen a  black bear in his natural habitat.) Move  slowly and deliberately, backing away  from "the animal if he has seen you.  Shrieking and bolting away in panic may  only alarm, an otherwise passive animal  who wquld, normaaly have no interest in  you whatever; but now you may have  aroused his curiousity. Never ever attempt to feed a bear, no matter how tame  or domesticated it appears. And don't try  to get full frames with your Instamatic  camera. If you are interested in a  brochure outlining safety practices  related to cougars and bears, drop in at the  -mauled-by-a-blaek-bear-supposedly-taraed���bush-arestumbling across .will  for circus work; and three young boys  were killed by another bear while on a  camping expedition.  What'sgoing on with our wildlife? ��� Is  -something strange happening to them?  No, riot at all, but we can learn from these  occurrencfes. Without exception, they  underline a basic premise ��� the unpredictability of wild animals ��� which we  foolishly and frequently ignore. You  cannot fortell the reaction of an untamed  wilderness animal, because he is wild and  you are* not.  777Thie'majwity7pfr^ritishi  wish to appear  becoming more numerous. Combined with .  ,,.    .   _   , ,.      ...  such development and the present focus of of��lce m Sechelt and Plck one "P  recreation on outdoor activity, the result is    inevitable: hordes of people taking to the A few words on another matter,  Last  Columbians  knowledgeable with  the wildlife of-our-province and generally���  feel, I suppose,; that life's quality is  enriched by their presence; We are  possessed, ���-however, with a part-time  sense of benevolence, endearing to us the  animals of our natural heritage only as  long as they do not interfere with our own  life processes. Should the presence of wild  animals compromise any of our activities,'  we soon become intolerant and by one  means op another, effect their removal.  Even though the trend is gradually  changing, most North Americans still  have a distorted understanding of forest  creatures based more on fanciful cartoon  animations than on an animal's normal  behaviour.  Television serials and 'Disney' type .  documentaries have done little to promote  public" awareness^of what "'wild' really-  means, and in fact the contrary is more  apt to be true. There is nothing gentle  about a black bear. Nothing! On the other  hand, nor is there anything rough. The  point is, gentle, rough, cruel and kind are  human expressions, without validity when  applied to a wild animal. And although  such expressions persist, you caanot  humanize one of nature's "cute little  .fellows',  , Perhaps the most distressing consequence of having been brainwished by  the media is that we are largely incapable  now of knowing how,we ought to respond  when in fact we do experience contact with  a wild and potentially dangerous animal.  Thus the fool who, for want of intelligence  and ut arm'slength, entices the park or  dump-raised bear to bog for. his dinner!  Testimony that this champ is amongst a  covey of like-minded heroes Is found in  ample sufficiency by those who, mindful  that tho folks in the Old Country Would get  a kick out of it, preserve on Kodachrome  Hitch coui-ago forever. '  _A short while a^o I read an account of  "frTtKo"ficiMol:'Human stupidity t-l It was nil  \YimyJn^M|atlb^cbuld handle. A\hoHdWer  Was pllfcragrnpnea pushing a black bear  into tho driver's seat of his car, In order I  never before  Such expanded contact is foftejd) more  probable on the outskirts of towns, where  black bear density is apt to be greater  because of a concentrated and readily  "available source of food at the local garbage dump. Without a doubt, poorly  managed municipal disposal sifes  exaggerate bear��� human confrontations.  In the case of landfill garbage dumps,  whenever periodic maintenance covers  the garbage with earth, making it less  ace^ijble^a^ea^witti.the 'habit', the  "^u^lZsIiinp^Tpenetrate the.settlement  in search of alternatives. Garbage cans,  -eommercial-refuse' containers, compost  heaps, chicken coops and family bar-  beques substitute nicely to bears denied  their normal forage. The solution is found  in part by better waste management at our  disposal sites, and I'll probably have  somethingto say about that at a later date.  In the meantime ��� clean up your own  backyard as best you can. At this time of  year, garbage should be kept in plastic  bags within your garbage cans, emptied  as,,.^teday mjjrj^  |  old fawn from a weekend resident of  Sak^ftaw Lake. Mr. Saunders discovered  the creature near the Garden Bay dump on  the Garden Bay Road, shot through the top  of the head with what appears to be a .22  cal. bullet.-The little fawn was still alive,  and immediately I took it to Dr. Dennis  Bailey of the Gibsons Animal Clinic. Dr.  Bailey did his best for the animal, but the  bullet had passed through the upper  surface of the brain. After taking it back to  my house, the helpless creature lived for  about three more hours beforejtjiied in  convulsions.    I cannot express my feelings towards  the individual who committed such an  atrocity ��� except that I hope you are  proud. If anyone has any knowledge of who  shot such a defenceless.animal, please let  me know, anonymously if you wish. This  was the second such incident in three days  last week. The other deer was shot with a  .22 in Sunshine Heights on Thursday  evening, but I was unable to track it  through the bush. Its fate is anyone's  guess.  THIS SEC week old fawn was picked  up near Sakinaw Lake with a bullet  wound in its head.'  shortly after.  The fawn died  ���"> -ti i,  ����V '  l ' *  ���Vs  X  Mr. Hayden Killam, Prosldont of  Socholt Building Suppllos Is  ploasod to announco tho appolntmont of Mr, Doug Ferris as  tholr now, Gonoral Manager,  Dpug, his wlfo Barbara and son  Travis havo moved to' Solma  Park.  Doug comes to Socholt from  Dick's Lumber In Vancouver, His  13 yoarB oxporlonco In tho  building, supply, Industry..has  Includod, Gonoral Managor of  Morry Mltcholl Building Supplies  Iri Trail B.C. and various  managomont positions with  . Baavor Lumber Co. on tha loq/or  jyyalnland, .&>,,,.  Wo   anticipate   Doug's   oxporlonco will bb of groat benefit  ��\%9Mf WPR?^*** fl"Wfb PS!!**0*  the community -6?* Sotfiolt antf  district.   '    ��� ���"���    r.   ���  \y  A AC DC11   TCMT  ^,;^ L :,,,,,  AT  HAvKETT PARK  (TWO BLOCKS EAST OF SECHELT SHOPPING CENTRE)  EACH EVENING AT 8:00 P.M.  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