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 y  *"-\t~  A  ������v.  &  ENiNSUtiM##edr  Serving the Sunshine Coast   (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)   including Port Mellon   Hopkins Landing   Granthams Landing   Gibsons   Roberts Creek  Wilson Creek   Selma Park   Sechelt   Halfmoon Bay   Secret Cove   Pender Hrb    Madeira Park   Garden Bay   Irvines Landing   Earls Cove   Egmont  2nd Class Mail  Registration No  1142  N  Phone  885-3231  J.ARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 16 ��� No. 40  !5S  Union f^SsT-V label  16 Pages ��� 20c Copy  'Roads' meeting  turns free-for-all  CNA  Wednesday, Sept 6,1978  Herbicide  program will  B.C. Hydro District Mgr. Erich Hensch.  said Saturday that the Pender Harbour  herbicide program is scheduled to begin  today (Wednesday), following the  dismissal August 28 of two local appeals of  the project   '  In turning down appeals filed by the  Sunshine Coast Regional District and  Secret Cove resident John Grames, the  provincial Pesticide Control Appeal Board  stated that "the board is satisfied that the  application of the herbicide Tordon 10K in  accordance with the terms of the permit  will not cause an unreasonable adverse  effect."  ,In addition to testimony and evidence  regarding the possible harmful effectsof  th6 program, the board rejected tw?  technical arguments by Grames' counsel,  Gordon Turriff.  He had contended that the permit was  not valid because it did not specify "the  name and certificate number of the  pesticide applicator" nor "the chemical or  trade names and formulation of the  pesticide and the registration number of  the pesticide under the Pest Control  Products Act."  Both statements are required under  provisions of the provincial Pesticide  Control Act Regulations,  The board found, however, that thp only  "substantive criterion" required by the  Pesticide Control Act with respect to  granting a permit is ^that- the -Administrator be satisfied that the application of the pesticide will not cause an  unreasonable adverse effect as defined by  Section 1 of the act."  The board concluded that the PCA  regulations are- "directory ~and not imperative." - ->  It further found that the absence of  those statements from the permit "does  not make it more likely that the application of the pesticide in accordance  with the permit will have an unreasonable  "dwrse effect." ,   ,  >. , $"-.       >  Turriff, who attended last Thursday's,  regional board meeting to request SCRD  assitahce with Grames' legal expenses for  the appeal, said he believed ttie appeal  board "made an error in. law" in its  judgement.  Neither Grames  nor the  board,  however, plan, to pursue the appeal further... ���,'.'���''. :;,..������ , '.' ,'-.���  Grames said last Wednesday he was  %                            ���See Page A-6  J  "This seems to be getting completely  out of hand," cried developer Len Van  Egmond, caught in the middle of a conflict  between Sechelt village council and  almost 70 West Porpoise B^y residents  over paving of a road to*tfie Arena.  VaTTEgmond made hisT plaintive~6b-_  servation at an information meeting  August 29 called by council to discuss the  Sechelt (Cbmmunitjr Plan arid a separate  proposal by^ Van Egmond to rezone a  parcel of his W. Porpoise Bay property to  Wgh'derisi|y^-r���Ty^^~7~~^~~  The residents, however, were less  interested? in those concerns than in the  paving a half mile section of the Arena  road which goes through Van Egmond's  property.' '"���'������;' V.:. .;.���"���'  "M^rpeopfe ai�� here because of the  road and noting else," explained Cliff  Linds&y|from the cfowcl;      ; :  Van Egmond was outlining liis plans to  sub-divide a 13-acre portion of property on  the northern fend of the Sechelt isthmus to  Wgh density cluster housing when the  meeting erupted into a free-for-all;  Residents, saying they were "sick of  baU-passirig'V alternate)^ cheered and  booed while demanding that someone ���  either village council or Van Egmond ���  finish paving the road to the Arena.  The. residents said they wanted either  TraU AVe^ the gazetted road to the Arena,  finished or the gravel portion of Anchor  Rd. and Reed Rd. paved. ,  "All we want is a paved road!" yelled  one���woman;���-'"Van���Egmond^���been-  promising-usrone fbryears!Ji~���^������h���  Council members had met with  representatives of the road users earlier  that day and told the angry crowd that as a  result of that meeting a decision on the  status of the roacl would be made "in a  couple of days."  Alderman Morgan- Thompson told the  residents that the council still needed time  to discuss the matter with Van Egmond  and some kind of answer should be forthcoming ih two days. However, as of  Sunday no such decision had been made.  Another meeting was to be held September  ~5.-' 77-" ���   "How much more time do you need?"  yelled one man. "We're sick of ball-  passing!",  A West Porpoise Bay resident at the  meeting held up a petition she said had  beeri-presented^to" council -two -years- ago  asking for some action on the gravel road  to the Arena.  Village Clerk Tom Wood, who was  present at the meeting, said he knew  nothing of the petition. Wood said later,  however, that after checking through files  he found a petition that had been mailed to  village council in 1976.  He said that lie had also checked  through back minutes to determine what  kind Of "promise" had been made by Van  Egmond to pave the extension of Trail  Ave., but could not turn up a commitment  to council.  '.:'/7'Vafi;".Egmtind has, developed a subdivision at the northern paved end of Tf ail  and another at the end of the gravel extension of Trail. Paving Trail between  these-two sub-divisions would effectively  complete a paved road from Trail to the  Arena. ������������ _        ^   At present,- arena users and W. Porpoise Bay residents must travel a stretch  -of-gravelroad-approximately^half a mile  -longraccording^to WoodVcalculationsT-  connecting the paved portions of Anchor  and Reed roads.  Residents." at the meeting said Van  Egmond had been promising to, finish  Trail for years, and pointed out that Ted  . Osbori^e^Ndeveloper of Sunshine Heights,          _    ���See Page A-3  Cheekye report  will be released  A B.C. Hydro spokesman told The  Times last week that the second section of  a consultant's report on the Cheekye  transmission line will be made public and  that "there will be an opportunity for  the problems is that the ultimate route is  not going to be the one shown in the  report."  He said-that-to_minimize confusion  Hydra officials might decide to release ah  public 4iscussiqn'.' oTtheluU'repoi^prioTr^tP^  1-  _  e-y&t  j__j_j ii. ;j ������!��� ii    *       --...'!*'-*--' l ji_   if       -ii  .:'_'' ���:. '_i   ���' .2 ' ���', ���'..  GAIL AND RON Johnstone survey a  section of the gravel "arena road"  that created such a stir at a Sechelt  meeting August 29. TheJobi^tones  live on the road just north of the'  gravel portion and must travel it  daily. Sick of car repair bills and the  hazards of driving the.road in the  winter, residents in the area are  forming a ratepayers group.  worries  Regional board directors last Thursday  apparently managed to soothe the concerns-of a Pender Harbour delegation  worried that the Regional District was  planning to construct a controversial  water system in the Kleindale area.  Board Chairman Harry Almond told  Pender Harbour resident William L. White  that tho SCRD has no legal jurisdiction  regarding water In the South Pender  Harbour Waterworks District and no plans  for a system in that district.  He said the board does have the legal  right to undertake water projects In  unorganized parts of Area A and an  obligation to consider requests for pen/ice  from residents of those unorganized areas.  Tho 31-nnmo petition for water service  In tho Kleindale area recently submitted  by developer Michael Wise was described  by Almond, however, as "not satisfactory", because of questions which have  been raised concerning the methods used  in. collecting the petition signatures.  White asked why, if the district had no  Intention or legal right to move  unilaterally Into the SPHWD, a board  policy requiring Area A Advisory Planning Committee approval of water  projects in the area had recently been  rescinded.  Area B Director Ed Nicholson, who  moved rescission of the policy, explained  to White that it had required APC approval  of water projects in any section of Arena  A, not simply the SPHWD.  In securing withdrawal of tho policy  August 3, Nicholson argued that it "tied  the board's hands," and Almond said It  had the effect of placing the APC, a hon-  elccted body, In a higher position of  authority than the board.  Nevertheless, Almond Thursday  assured the Pender Harbour delegation  ���I-  that the board had no intention of permitting establishment of a water system  which would Interfere with existing zoning  or undermine long-range plans.  He seemed surprised by the Pender  delegation's assertion that the owner ofyfi^  registered subdivision is entitled to one  petition vote for each registered parcel he  owns.but \vhen told by other directors that  that ls indeed the cabo, responded, "Well,  that's ridiculous."  "That's how we feel about It," Interjected Area A APC member Howard  White.  Area E Director George Gibb pointed  out that while a developer is entitled to a  vote for ciach registered, parcol, ho would  also face frontago charges for each of  thoso parcels.,      ;  Tho board required a petition, signed by  two-thirds of tho proporty owners in a  ���See Pnfie A-fl  Wettest August  on the books  The bottom really fell out last  month, this August was the, wettest  TuTgustTnTfie"17 years local weathei  records have been officially recorded  ���12.81 cm (5 inches) as compared.to  the previous record of 11.43 cm (4.5  inches) in 1962. '��  The 17-year average for August is  5.74 cm (2.2 inches). August, 1977,  recorded 6.3 cm (2.4 inches).  to a final decision on the corridor "for the  proposed 500 KV line.  Local residents, including Area A  Director Joe Harrison, recently expressed  concern that Hydro might be planning to.  withhold the second section from the  public, thus hampering effective Weal  criticism of the project.  Environment Ministry official Dr. John  Q'Riorday, responding to questions at an  August 23 public meeting in Madeira Park,  said he would consider Hydro's failure to  release the full report a violation of  provincial guidelines applicable to the  -Cheekye-project     i .._1���.;��� :���.,.;  Nevertheless, Hydro management,  apparently did consider withholding the  document.  As late as last Wednesday, Dave  Robertson of JHydro's community relations  office in Vancouver said no decision had  been made on whether or not to release the  Beack Consultants' report.  "As I understand it," he said, "one of  BesSk report itself will be released."  ?On 'Thursday, however, after  discussing the question with Hydro  General Manager for Corporate Affairs  Charles Nas)^, Robertson said a decision  had been niade to release e full Beak  report. :;   ������"!; ���'/���. 7' '  '��� A  "I would just be guessing," he said,  "but it probably will be released within a  couple of months."  The second section of the report, which  details proposed transmission line  crossings between the mainland and  Vancouver Island, is now under discussion  with yarious_._pwivinciaL.ministries, he  said. '  The first section of tlje report, made  public last Novembeer, endorses a  crossing of the Sunshine Coast at Sakinaw  .Lake.  At the Madeira Park meeting  O'Riordan said he had no reason to believe  that Hydro would not release the full  ���See Page A-3  ffiiCfWiiii'V'i  Area B plan committee set  .'/  At a two-hour Sunday mooting,  residents of Sunshlno Coast Regional  District Area B sot up a tentative committee and laid tho foundation for an official settlement plan for that area.  Moro than 100 residents of Area B,  provision for an adequate and nssurcd  water supply to tholr area.  The group desired development ln tho  direction of single family residential and  wanted no commercial development in  their area.  -\-  which stretches from Wood Bay to the      Thoy desired an Improvement of roads,  Socholt vlllago boundary, packed the  Welcome Beach Hall to discuss establishment of tho plan. m  Area B Director Ed Nicholson explained tliat such a plan was necessary to  dlroct future growth In the area, while  preserving tho individual Identity of oach  community wHhln the area.  "Tho task Is especially difficult In an  area with so many1 commuhltles," ho said.  Nicholson divided the residents Into  community groups and asked them to  brainstorm Ideas for development of tholr  particular   areas   and   to   appoint  but sold that future roads should bo as  Recreation vote  on November 18  for tlio regional recreation  referendum lias been set fpr wiling day,  Npvombcrlfl.  Tho Recreation Commission previously  liad suggested setting October 7 for tho  ' '���  i  ?Kf J JV l *   ..  a    !f. ^,U'.Vf.r.X".  plan committee; information tncetl^ncheduled prior to  Resident^ nf thi Sdnsfitno Bay-JJcooks that date convinced director*! to fall btypk  .:R4*M*rc;tf*^!^ rew'f; vPlln^clay^V:.V.,,, ,,^.,  ns their representatives on tho commutco      A  rerercnfUm on weekly  garbage  , and expressed concern thnt the plan mako collection will also bo on tho ballot.  narrow and unobtrusive as possible.  Residents of Seacrest, which Is Uio area  on Redrooffs between Francos and  Eureka, also expressed a desire for  narrow roads. That group would also llko  tho plan to holp thom establish a closer  working relationship with Uie Department  of Highways.  : Seacrest resident would also like to  see a halt to development In tho area for a  couplo of years and restrict commercial  development altogether.  tarry Reardon, who will serve as tholr  representative on tlio committee, said  however, tliat tho group fools that "lot size  Is not as Important aa density of land uso,"  Tlio residentswlioliveon Rodrooffs  west of Seacrest want to preserve the  rural atmosphere of tho ar,6a and restrict  development to single family dwellings,  Tho group would nlso like to seo n park  '"nrCoopoM  to n gun Motion; but according to com*  mltteo representative MdryTlnk|loy do not  want a gas station In tho Rcdrooffs^aroa,  ���  Bob Forrester Mil represent the group  ���Seo Page A-3  ���fJ^w^l^^Hsw^**-  Bat***  BAKRIE BOUL.TON, the new prin*   principal of Uie now Ponder Harbour and industrial education shop,. Ho  cipnl of Bttphl^tonp Secondary, wos   Secondary, reported that school wos ,snld tl^ gym should bo finished In a  putting iii extrrt' hoitfs SUndny   ready-to gq, althou'Rh tho wofknion coiiplo ot Weeks and t^io lndustrlnl eel  p^bparirig for\thb flr(it day of stfhooV' ]iaV(i yet to coWiploto t|rt6 gymnasluin shop a few weeks later.     '  on Tuesday. John Nicholson, acting   /      .    , -             ��� / ���             ,               .  d  \  *�����  ��� i  *ym ,w*m  *K **^y . ^.^F ^...l^&T ..    .  ���^  * w*w��^4.��*iii��*BW^ #rti>i*'*<-*>rtM*aa  .J i  *     i' if*', mt,   * -;  ,/ I  I   ���/ r.    r  --y  : i  "tf  y  Page A-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, Sept 6,1978  , yx,  Dennis Fitzgerald, Editor  "A five press is the unsleeping guardian of  every-other right that free men prizeX  ��� Winston Churchill  .The council has been too  lenient with Van Egmond  Whitaker House  -Sechelt's_Whitaker__JHouse._Js MmselLrr Joofc.the. trouble _t_o_have_ J  perhaps just a few weeks away from   precise plans of the building drawn  , its demise as owngr Hayden Killam   up.  tplans to clear the property for a new  development.  % The building, sadly, is probably a  fife trap and perhaps not worth  saving. .But it is the last remaining  example of an earlier era in the  village.  _ Wouldn't it be nice if someone ���  perhaps the village council or Killam  READER'S RIGHT  dH*  Then perhaps in a more sentimental time a local committee could  be persuaded to reconstruct the house  as a monument to old Sechelt ���  perhaps as a museum.  We're tossing away our past  awfully fast these days, and the day  may^come when we'd like to reclaim  a little of it.  Van Egmond or the village  should pave the Arena road  Editor, The Times: _   _   _  Regarding the situation of the residents  of West Porpoise Bay and users of the  Sunshine Coast Arena. We citizens 'and  taxpayers of Sechelt are forced to use an  unpaved, dangerous and potholed private  road to our homes which are situated in  the Village of Sechelt andtojus^the^Arena^  The school Bus is also Using this private  road.-An accident*on aprivate road^oan  lead to some unusual complications. ^  This peculiar situation has arisen  because of Len Van Egmond's development. At this point it appears that; the  Village Council and Len Van EgmOnd are  playing a waiting game regarding this  road and we the taxpayers are being held  to ransom for further development by Mr.  Van Egmond who envisions numerous  small crowded houses pushed together on  a small bit of land.  The provision and pavingof -.a-prbper  road has been passed from Len Van  Egmond tothe Village Council and back to  Mr. Van Egmond in typical "buck  passing" fashion. We the taxpayers and  the backbone of the community are left to  suffer the consequences. Our cars  deteriorate___and__our_prope_rty_d_evalues_  with this poor road to our homes.  Besides these problems there is an  extremely dangerous exit from the paved  road at the AHOP homes onto. West Por-  j}Qis��jB^^lLseei)ra_an^  Editor, The Times:  ���Ksrev��iing"TlitfeMM-al^  the Senior Citizens Hall. The meeting was  sponsored by the Sechelt Village Council to  discuss changing By-law 109 to allow for  Len 'Van Egmond to build multiple  buildings on Lot 10 in West Porpoise Bay.  ��� Joyce Kolibas was chairperson. Mayor  Harold Nelson was there, Frode  Jorgensen, Morgan Thompson, Village  Clerk Tom Wood and Planner Doug Roy.  There were approximately 60 interested  citizensT       - ~    X;   '  The road to the Arena kept coming up,  as did the water supply to West Porpoise  Bay. Every time those issues came up  Morgan Thompson said they were out of  order.' Thompson was doing a lot of  laughing. He seems to think it was very  funny. No one else.did.  ��� There were a lot of people from West  Porpoise Bay. who insisted the road to the  Arena be discussed. Morgan Thompson  asked for a couple more_days(?) to solve  the problem.  Why after several years with nothing  done to improve the road tothe Arena, he  wants two more days, he didn't elaborate.  Mr. Tom Wood attempted to explain  why the road wasn't built, because Mr.  Van Egmond didn't have enough money to  build the road, Mr. Wood got soxcarried  away he started pounding the table sohard  an ash try fell off to. the floor. Lthought  that very amusing.  - Mr. Van Egmond addressed the  meeting saying if the zoning were changed  he would start off building four multiple  here before too long with the short blind  corner just before this efcit.  Because the presently used private  .road requires frequent grading, we feel ,.  the cost of this service could have paid for   dwellings-on one lot to see if the market  paving many times over. wanted ^ *W* of building, if not he.  If the Village Council feels there is no   would buiw duplexes or single houses  money for paving why was $40,000 paid for   slso explained he didn't have the money to  the  a recent survey of  Chatelech School. This  area around  survey, done  without the knowledge of the local planner? This money could have been more  usefully spent bringing the road to West  Porpoise Bay area up to standard.  Complaints of the Sunshine Coast  Arena losing money last winter can be  partly attributed to the poor road to the  Arena.  Completion of a graded and paved road  was agreed to by Len Van Egmond in 1976.  Nothing has been done.,  We feel that Council should force Mr.  Van Egmond to immediately complete the  proposed road. Block 10 conversion to R3  use (multiple dwelling) should not be a  condition to Mr. Van Egmond's completing the road into West Porpoise Bay  area. If council feel they cannot force Mr.~  _Va_n Egmond_to_dq_this.road the road  should be done by tax funds. This area has  gone too long without a decent road.  Sybil At.MacFarlane  and Alex MacFarlane  .     ..      /        '    "      .        Sec  finish the road to link the end of Trail Aver  to the blaclctop that runs out to Sunshine  Heights. The question I.would ask of Van  Egmond, if he hasn't the money to build  half a mile of road, how can he afford to  have sewers, water "and paved roads installed throughout his subdivision he is  asking to be rezoned.  MorganThompson(moreseriousnow) ~  admitted that Council made a booboo 12  years ago when they let Osborne build a  subdivision without a legal road to it. In  the past they let Van Egmond build 10  AHOP houses without a legal road to them,  they are now proposing to rezone his  property to R3 zoning without a finished ���  legal road.  How long is Council going to let this go  on? A couple of days Thompson says, and  " theproblenrwill be solved;   I'll believe it when I see it!  I mentioned the AHOP houses Van  Egmond had built in West Porpoise Bay. I  .was out there recently and could hardly  believe the trenches Uie run off water is  causing in front of the driveways, over a  foot deep in places. It is going to get worse  if something isn't done about it.  I have heard from a reliable source Van  Egmond doesn't plan on hooking up to the  sewer system for his Lot 10 subdivision, he  plans on septic tanks, which of course will  run into Porpoise Bay.  I suggest to the Sechelt Village Council  that Van Egmond be' made to install  sewage lines, water lines and all roads be  paved in his subdivision before any more  development be allowed.  He has let us down in his promise for a  small stretch of road to the Arena, so why  should we take his word for what he  proposes to do in the future?  The ice arena has lost money4ast year,  andVery likely it will lose more this year.  Can you blame the people for not using the  rough road, damaging- their cars, not  counting the people who live out that way  who have to use the illegal road.  I believe the village council has been  -tooienient-with Mr-Van"Egm0ndr5=thinlr  some pressure should be applied to have  the road completed.  . It should be very interesting to see how  Council will solve the problem.  Ed Nicholson,  Sunshine Coast TV.  Between the lines  Something fishy  By Dennis Fitzgerald  Pender Harbour/ Secondary started  classes this week with a new building and  a new principal. John Nicholson, the  district's director of instruction, has been  assigned to fill the school's top administrative post until a permanent  principal can be hired. -  I hope the assignment is a brief one;  -there's sometoing-fishy-about~3ohn:   *~~"  For, example, our school district spies,  who are always ready to pass on the most  hush-hush gossip at the drop of a textbook,  are unable to come up with asingle even  slightly derogatory anecdote about the  man. They are unashamedly enthusiastic  about Nicholson's performance since the  job was created for him a little over a year  ago.  I am forced to one of two conclusions:  a) Nicholson has identified my informants  and somehow managed to ingratiate  himself with each of them, or b) he is a  capable and personable man who has been  quite effective at getting into the schools  and establishing a much-needed liaison  between the teachers and the school board  office.  Modesty compels me to the second  conclusion, and with no intention of  devaluating the Pender principalship, I  hope Nicholson is speedily returned to the  fUlltime position of director of instruction.  If you've noticed that our police reports  have lately been lacking some of their  .former specificity, it's not because we've  suddenly gone sloppy at fact gathering.  It's because we're now operating under  the provisions of the new Canadian Human  If you flip through your daily paper,  .you'll find Uiat the new act is affecting  their reportage too. Erratically.  Sometimes the information is there;  sometimes it isn't.  We need a clearer definition of what  facts under which circumstances belong in  the public domain as a legitimate matter  ~of"pubtic"interest7S6"faT\TOlia^M,fg6ntT  Or at least we don't think we have.  Could anyone be convicted  "I ,1 ��� _._ Q    complicatedtask-for-us-EveniLwe know,^  under these circumstances 7 ^ stance, the name �����:*:#&*  RipitsActTOratleasfthe police are. OFaT  least they think they are. The fact is,  there's some confusion about exactly what  the act requires, and until it's clarified the  constabulary prefer to err on the side of  caution.  That means, for example, that it's  more difficult for us to acquire the names  of persons involved in an accident or  Victimized in a crime.  It complicates, what was already a  Remember the Field Road Industrial  Park? Sure you do. A year ago you  couldn't pick up a local newspaper without  finding another unintelligible story about  how the complicated Hank Hall-Regional  District land swap for the park was on  again or off again or on again or...  It eventually all got sorted out (in  favour of the swap, in case you lost count).  A water line was extended to service the  development after some delay, and Hall  tidied the place up by bulldozing every  offending sign of life off the 30-acre  property.  If you take a drive up Field Road now,  you'll find a two-storey steel skeleton  rising out of the northwest corner of Hall's  property. He said the building is scheduled  for completion November 1.  The 2,000-square;foot ground floor has  been leased to a firm called Ocean  Wholesale Ltd., a wholesaler's  representative for several hundred  Western Canada manufacturers and  suppliers, according to Hall. They will use  the building as a centre for product disolav  and catalogue sales.  =Although^a^list=ofdHall^various=cor-=  Editor, The Times:  ��� In reference to the article that you  wrote about me concerning my trial on an  impairment charge, I think that you  should stick to the facts which were  presented in court. Whoever covered the  trial should take a few lessons in that field.  .public how can someone be convicted of a  crime with no substantial evidence  relating to the crime.  J. Petersen, Gibsons  ��� victim, St. Mary's will not release a  condition report. They���say^ that information lias to come from the doctor;  But they won't release the name of the  doctor either.  Fact one7witness^iey~GeraldFeschuk  was involved in an accident with a  motorbike. He could not guess its speed,  its make, or identify its driver. Time 4:40:  h^lt V te'saifl it took him a while to mate uphis���^ rilt~-ThirTmS  -T* * mind, to return to the acfcident, but upon   ?*����� ?2S  Wh^^djoiM^}^ businessmen  paV for the marina costs?  porate interests would just about fill a  column in the local phone directory, he  assures us he has no connection with  Ocean Wholesale.  Two of Hall's companies, Cameo Industries and Whitehall Construction, will  utilize office space on the second floor of  the building. He said he also plans to  eventually build a manufacturing plant  here for his ferro-cement building panels.  As far as future development of the  siterHaUsays^heh^rf6^finnbuyers~aM~  several others acting interested. He said  he plans to proceed with a strata title  subdivision on the property, with some  new construction beginning, probably in  January. .       .  The businesses which have committed  themselves^ta the park are all new undertakings and include a specialty cedar  -produets-operatiori^a-millr andna-sheet-  metal manufacturing concern, he said.  Will Gibsons be just  another Vancouver suburb?  Editor, The Times:  People of Gibsons and Vicinity wake up  before it is too late!  Do you know or care what is happening  to your village and environment? Have  you seen the plan of the development  occurring on North Road ��� at least 124  lots,~some with widths of 50 feet���-a  density which is more than many areas of  Greater Vancouver. This is now a new  rezoning but...  Where were you at the recent meeting  when ypur Council felt they were given  virtually everyone's blessing to rezone  much of the village into small lots? Who is  going to benefit? ���'.'.-''���  ������'.,, I urge you to protest strongly your  elected representative's high-handed way  of going ahead with rezoning when I am  sure the majority of residents of the area  would prefer Gibsons to grow and develop  returning, he saw a bike in the ditch but no  rider. So.as far as his testimony goes, he  knows that a bike hit him but can't  remember the make or rider of the bike.  Fact two: Tom Purssel was driving his-  propane truck to Sechelt when two bikes  passed him, apparently fighting one  another, one bike m6h& truck and went in  the bush. He turned around but could not  find the bike or rider in the bush. He then  continued towards Gibsons where he saw a  few cars parked beside a bike in the ditch.  He did not wltess the accident.  In court he was asked to point out the  values.  Do not wait until this area is another  suburb  of  Vancouver.   Do  something  constructive now!  . C.Long  Gibsons  Don't trade a re-zoning  just to get the road paved  Editor, The Times:  We are newcomers to Sechelt and attended our first public meeting last night  designed by the Sechelt Council to Inform  tho public of a proposed by-law change.  We were appalled by the actions ort lack of  actions by the council members. We were  led to believe Uiat council wanted to not  only Inform tho public of tho proposal, but  also to find out public opinion. However,  after attending the meeting, wo wero  given tho distinct impression that tho  council had already decided what tholr  actloris will be and could really caro less  abotit the feelings of tho general public.  Most of wmoVed Into the West Porpolso  Bay area to bo away from tho closeness of  city slzo lots. Wo bought proporty, fooling  Uiat we would havo room to breathe and  move about without encroaching upon our  neighbours, ' '  fit ls our understanding that Mr. Van  Ifgmorid Is planning a high density  development on Block 10. The council Is,  The PmmsuhA%Jdme6>  N   Published Wudiicsdiiys nl Sochelt  on lUVs Sunshine ConM  hy-       .,     ..  Tho Penlnsiilii Times  ...   p<������-��;j,li��i; WuMpruji Piibllmillons litdi �������� *  T    ra* Sc-chcl*, H.C.���   Hnr.iio--=uronoHrn;crT~~ -  VON MO  Phono 8H5-.12.il'  at a slower pacerWhere-ls your sense of   driver of the bike and pointed out the  wrong person. So where does this have any  connection with me or my bike? Failed to  Identify the dlriver and could not give any  description of the bike.  Fact three: Bob Turlock attented an  accident at 5 p.m. and picked me up one  half mile from my home (accident occurred one and a half miles from my  home). This was at 5:10 p.m., 30 minutes  after the accident.  Upon taking me into his car he asked a  number of questions about why. I was  where I was. I told him my bike got hit by a  car and I was also hit by the Impact but I  couldn't remember where lt happened so  he took me there. Then I Went for a  breathalyzer. He asked me If I had been  drinking. I said yes when we started our'  ride. The rldo was seven hours lonfe over  rough country where I received a certain  amount of cuts and bruises.  Bob did notget any serial number off  the bike ln the accident so a posltivo  Identification conld not be made of the bike  which was Involved In nn accident. He did  testify that I was over .00 while I was  walking down tho rond, but to tho rider of  tho biko ho gave no posltivo ID. Ho just  One of the leading merchants in Gibsons wrote a letter last week extolling the  virtues of private enterprise.-���������  So here is a suggestion. Why don't the  store keepers, real estate and other'  business men go together and pay for a  marina? This would be a free enterprise  venture and would save the old age pensioners a lot of money.  Why should the pensioners pay for this  may  .  ,.WX$ ���gj!}'  . ...  ^^mann^r^heniti^be-fallTif-peoplejfrom-  the States and Vancouver and will not help  us in any way?  _���  ��� Give the business men the lease on the  wharf, let them pay for the sewer and  water to the marina and the upgrading of  the road, etc. We already pay heavy taxes  In conclusion, I would like to say a  kindly wordcabouttthe PNE. ,���;  t-7DU61 ta#UBfckTof7Udgenrent"OirthiS  of- my parents, f was reared several  thousand  miles_ from Vancouver, and  thereby deprived until last Tuesday of  ever undergoing the PNE experience.  But I'd like to tell all you loqal cynics  that I had a great time. The secret I  for these services to our homes, and our   discovered is to turn the kids loose with a  taxes are increasing every year. book of ride tickets and spend the day  Joe Hansen   munching'out In the International Food  Gibsons- Fair. It was* just (burp) swell.  a weed, but it's  the food for a delicate miracle  apparently going to re-zone the area (Lot  10) from Rl to R3. As residents we feel this  area does not warrant this typo of  development. ,  We aro also concerned because all the  residents In the West Porpoise Bay area  (not only Sunshine heights) have to travel  over a very dangerous and sometimes  almost Impassable road to leave and come  back to our homes. Council saw fit to hold  a secret meeting with somo of tho Sunshlno Heights residents without any  representatives of the otiicr residents of  Uie area, Wo realize Mr. Van Egmond wns  not ablo to attend this meeting, but wo also  "endedTip^wlth'the feeling that council  Intends to trado, a by-law chango or rezoning for Mr. Van Egmond in return for  giving tho residents a decent road to their  homes. N  Council obviously did not want tho  opinions of tho area residents and taxpayers. It ls a shame that such a lovely  area aa Sechelt may be over developed  because of a few councU members and  developers who refuse to listen to the  wishes of Uio pooplo.  Not only aro tho residents of tho West  Porpoise Bny area affected by tho  horrendous road but also all persons who  use the Arena,  Wo fool vefy strongly tliat council  By MARYANNE WEST  All through the summer, daughter  Fran has been complaining about the  milkweed, an import from Ontario, dating  back to the years we were Involved in  Monarch butterfly migration research. It  seems to tolerate the wet winters, has  become acclimatized and this year has  sprung up all over the garden. Fran  threatened to cut it down, dig lt up, Insisting that it was neither useful nor  decorative, this last a matter of opinion,  and that the area. given over to Its  cultivation could be used for more worthwhile plants ��� potatoes, for Instance.  To Justify Its continued existence I sent  out an SOS to Toronto for some Monarch  butterfly eggs. A couple of weeks ago there  was a small package ln the mnll which, as  It arrived on a Monday and I know must  have been posted the previous Wednesday,  I opened with somo misgivings. But the  butterflies wero In good shape. As soon ns  tholr feet wero placed gently onto Kleenex  soaked In sugar solution they uncoiled  and ravenous. Fortunately his mother  thoughtfully deposited her eggs more or  less,at random on the leaves of his food  plant rather than In clusters or he might  immediately fall victim to one of. his  siblings who, having demolished his own  egg shell might mindlessly proceed to eat  the other eggs or smaller caterpillars  nearby. I have received eggs by mail  which have hatched in transit and Uiere  has been only one caterpillar on arrival ���  the milkweed having wilted and his  siblings being all that there was to eat I  Despite his tiny size this just hatched  caterpillar Is quite perfect: tiny black  face, mainly black and cream striped  bedy,.threo pairs of proper legs With claw  llko "feet" (which will correspond to the  legs of,the butterfly and are attached to  tho thorax) and five pairs of false legs  equipped with grip-tight "feet" designed  to anchor Uio ownor safely in his leafy  habitat. Ho Is also equipped with a pair of  spinnerets which produce a flno silk  lifeline which may help him to stay put and  jald hobelleiedth^  .thclrJmBtongucs^eipd^uUoclliw!,^ .certainly,,anchors .him should, hebo so  was dirty and carrying a bike helmet.  In court I said that my biko and myself  wero hit by a car, but how It happened nnd  whoro It happened I didn't know because  ln the state of shock I ran home, which was  closo by, just llko any living thing would do  ln n state of fear or shock., Whether I  remembered what happened between the  accident and the time Bob found me, could  havo something to do with tho fact that lt  was tho first contact I hnd with someone I  know which could have made mo como  around again.  ' Now you ask yoursolf, how could  anyono bo convicted under these circumstances whon nobody could identify  Uio biko or tho rider which was Involved In  BlMrfdJee that' n good.roadJjLdo^olopcd^.Uio*accldent anjd thoro was nobody who  ���~w^omwhniim"nr3ninntr~,,���!m~~"  �����-',--���*-Aa S p,ms rl mcfi.-Snl.  Siibs'urlplloii Rules': (In fidviinee)  <ociil,.,i1>7''p��i,y��nir, IJeynml 35 miles. $H  ,lJ1.S.A.,,*IO.Ovor5e��!��,*llv.v  t  and paved to the Arena, and definitely not  ~ at Uio cipenso of giving Mr. Van Egmond  free rein to develop Ixit 10 Into higher  density homes such as condominiums or  townhouses, Lonvo the area as zoncdl noWi  ���" * * ' "''GI^andllohooMcCnli,  West Porpoltfo Bay AftsI,  Sechelt.  ovon saw nn nccldentHt could bo thnt n  car hjt a bike standing on the nlde of the  road nnd didn't want to pay Uio damages.  Now how about ln tho view that you  houso their tnsto organs, a neat  arrangement whon you think of tho way  tiioy flit from flower to flower.  About 48 hours later a careful search  revealed tiny eggs adhering to tho milkweed leaves and stems and tho butterflies  were released to their own devices.  You can see# the eggs with the naked eye  but need a magnifying glass to really  appreciate tholr boauty, tiny alabastor-  whlto capsules with longitudinal grooves.  I've watched Uils miracle of btrthmnny  tlmos before, but like tho first snowdrop, a  dragonfly In flight, snow on tho mountains,  "mlgraUng geeso or a spectacular sunset,  thoro Is nlwaystho samo exciting lift to the  spirit.   ,. For sovoral days Uie eggs do not appear  to chango, then thoy become opaque. You  wonder If they aro after aU not fertile, But  then there is n tiny black dot in somo.  Slowly tho whole egg becomes black, the  took tillsJune Incident out^oliibouUftJU��t~<^  day or hundreds Uint month and made,n   towuijh It yon can see the,bnby, cater'  "         a public   pillars black head. If you're lucky you'll  big thing about It, either give me a public  apology or state tho facts and ask tho  mfmrntk.  I i'i nil if ��� pi  ;Mor�� Itaiutar\ Klfclit on pn^u A-  ���5.  11  sco him ent his way through tho lid of tho  capsule, climb out and proceed to entilio  remains., i^^.,^4^'::,���*''''-' i'.; - '�����"-����� ���'������"'��� ���  He's all ot Uireo' millimetres In IcngUi  unfortunate as to fall off a leaf.  This tiny dynamo contains so much  specialization in such a small spaco. And  within the cells which mako up this 3  millimetre creature lies also tho blueprint  and genetic Information for the much  moro complex structure ho will eventually  become, a black and orange white male or  female butterfly with a wing span of 10 to  12 centimetres and the memory and  navigational skills to fly thousands of  miles south for the winter. It provides mo  always with much food for reflection,  somehow putting homo sapiens with all his  achievements In some sort of perspective,  Caterpillars of whatever species havo  but ono purpose In llfo ��� to cat and store  up nutrients for thoeo big physiological  changes which arc in storo, nnd they are  most efficient ittttemBChinea. Monarch  larvae begin eating as soon as they  emerge from the egg and In n quite short  jsmall and Uiey, tokeitmeoutirom eating,  to change It for a larger size. These  periods between skin changes aro called  instars and "a caterpillar.goes through  several before ho Is large enough to  pupgto. The caterpillar which emerges  after this first skin change has new bright  stripes of black, yellow and creamy white  like a football jersey and two pairs of  appendages or feelers, one just behind the  head and the other at Uie rear. These will  grow with each change of, skin but his  markings will stay the same.  His face now has diagonal yeUow and  black stripes meeting in the middle for all  the world like a goal keeper's mask!  "TlEich species of butterfly and moth has  its own variations on Uie basic theme,  variations in colour, patterns, habits,  shapes, otc which are characteristic and  by which they can easily be recognised.  The Monarch's striped jersey design Is not  easily confused with caterpillars of other  species and the Monarch pupa or chrysalis  must be among tho most beautiful.  In a couple of weeks, the larvae are 1 to  2M�� centimetres in length. Somo grow  faster than others, and some had a couple  of days head start. They will bo full grown  and ready to pupate. For this last skin  chango each will suspend Itself by tho last  pair of pacudo feet to the underside of a  leaf or stem or tho roof of Uio rearing cage.  Ho hangs semi-curled waiting for Die skin  to split leaving him enclosed in a pale blue-  f^rcen translucent case, cylindrical,  rounded .top and bottom with a central  distinct waist, a black lino and row of gold  dots decorates tho widest part tho lower  edge of Uie top third. This uniquely  shaped, exquisitely designed capsule  hangs freo on a tiny black stalk firmly  cemented to Its support.  In a week to 10 days tho translucent  quality changes to opaque, and eventually  Uie pupa becoms black, like Uio ogg case  Uio skin has now become transparent nnd  tho foldod black and orange wings can bo  seen Uirough it,  On emerging the butterfly crnwnls \o a  postlon from which it can hang free,  allowing the folded.wings to expand and  stiffen.  Then I'll attach a small numbered label  Jiem'jKO on their inlgraUonio CelifornJa  for tlio winter.  You know how It Is ��� some people raise  dogs or pons or canaries, I like to raise  butterflies even If titoir food plant does  take up some space ln the gnrd^n.    ^  -I*  �� Hi-rtpti fl-jWa-i. ^��J^.-Wtl(W^WW��SM��iW��(A6*4#iH0UU�� t*  �� WMK^t*��i^iw*s|w**��wniJiJ nM t w^��pMotM*riip-yiwwj^^v^��*s^^ �����*����fp**l&'#J��  it Hfittquiamf&M   ai����ii��itf-<w*flh***-  WlS*t(*��*i|ljtM"**-W  ��ft-W*waMV"H'i v  .w.***.-**^^*-**  ^  ���* ^yy^Ayry^  \'  .^   ������T��   I        ���  -.- '���-���i '�����   :_  �����  \  ��� u  ' ~;oL\.  -,                             I.    '  ���n~-     v  MORE ABOUT  ������-^-  Area B committee set  ���From Page A-l  with Tinkley.  The communities of Halfmoon. Bay,  Secret Cove, Sargenats Bay, Welcome  Beach and Eureka similarly- wanted  development restricted in the areas.  The Secret Cove residents, while expressing a need for a sewer system, were  concerned that it might unlock the doors to  commercial development in that area.  Sargeants   Bay   residents   want  provisions in the plan for a waterfowl  sanctuary at the head of the bay and want  to avoid the establishmeot^of overnight,  ycamping in the area.  The Welcome Woods group expressed a  needfor dog control in the area and for  recreatioiffacilities.  ' 'The kids ali go down to Sechelt and get  in trouble ��� we need a playground to keep  them home and let them play," said John  Grognet.  Grognet also stated, that a provision  MORE ABOUT . . .  must be made for clearly marked beach  access, a need echoed by members pf  other communities.     -     ���'-  Grognet will serve as the representative for Welcome Woods, Al Lawson for  Eureka, Keith Wallace for Welcome  Beach, Judy Malnerick for Sargeants Bay  and Pat Murphy and Ralph Mahar for  Halfmoon Bay.  Secret Cove residents have not yet  decided on representatives and West  Sechelt, which had a representation of  only two residents at the meeting, will try  :to drum up support for the establishment  of a plan before that decision is made.  Nicholson said the representatives  chosen at Sunday's meeting will become  the committee unless protest is made to  him in the form of a petition. He said if he  receives a petition with five names on it  disagreeing with a representative, he will  allow those five persons to choose someone  to represent them on the committee.  Free-for-all meeting  ���From Page A-l  had been required to finish-a portion of  road outside his sub-division to provide  public access.  According to Wood, however, village  files indicate that the village paved the  road from the Arena south to. where the  pavement now ends, contrary to residents'  statements,at the meeting that Osborne  paved part *of-that stretch.      - ' ���' ~  Thompson, chairman of the village's.  roads committee, told The TimeS^that he  too had thought Osborne had paved a  stretelLQl that ,rQad,':;but;Jsai^:;Jhat;the  village clerk's information was probably  =aghfe=  need to get in tough with Van Egmond  before this can be confirmed." Thompson  declined to say what the solution was.  Kolibas said she too has checked  village files to determine whether Van  Egmond has * made any commitment to  pave the rest of Trail. "There's certainly  nothing in the village hall, although he  always tells us he's going to do something  soon.       ...  "When it comes down to it, we don't  have any agreement," she said. "Van  Egmond can say anything he wants about  the foadi but a verbal agreement is~not:  reaJUyJifgiLl^^^  The Peninsula Times           Page A-3  Wednesday, Sept 6,1978   MORE ABOUT ...  ���Cheekye report  ���From Page A-l  report, but added that he had expected it to  be made public before* the meeting date.  O'Riordan is assistant director in  charge of the Special Projects Unit of the  Environment and Land Use Committee  (ELUC) Secretariat. ELUC is responsible  for overseeing planning of major linear'  development projects in the province,  such as railways, highways, pipelines and  transmission lines.  "Stage I of the ELUCJ guidelines, which  is the initial planning stage for a project  and Hydro's current status on the Cheekye  plan, requires a public consultation  program, but that program need not occur  until the end of Stage I.  Hydro spokesman Robertson said the  public will be given a chance to "provide  input" following release of the second  section of the Beak report, but added, "I  don't know exactly what form that will  take."  He said a Hydro decision on whether or  .not to call further, public meetings "will  probably depend on what kind of  presentation there are."  GTS   H/"^ jt**** jf^t*. Tft^Bk /'-"N  H   Hi    mfenJ Mm    tm  WW  WW wmmk?  E��9      ES       ffflli^npSak 69-1      Bin    USB      Hm ��88SH&  mm    aWC^'m w    Uf   W    WL\ ^wwm  jBm.Jm��^KmS7%JPj^  .':.h'i  blade bone removed, gov't inspected  chuck blade roast  grade A beef  \  gov't  inspected  cross rib roast  gov't inspected, Meteor, frozen  grade A, bone in  '1~  hS  the Knit and  JHtch Shoppa  Come and see our new  / FASHION FABRICS  For your Fall Wardrobe. We carry a full  line of all sewing motions  Patterns -  VOGUF* McCALL * SIMPIICITY  WESTLYNN MALL  '���   1199 Lynn Valley Road  ^__��� North Vancouver  ";���"-" ��� 9i(jr:29T3  beef sausage  5 lb. box  gov't inspected  stewing fowl  ..ib.  <as>  In an emotional outburst at the  meeting, Wood urged those present to "put  yourself iii the developer's position.  "He's only got a limited amount of  money to spend on a sub-division and he's  not going to put himself into debt because  of a road,"Wood said.  He went on to say that the portion of  gravel road now used as access to.W.  Porpoise Bay and the Arena could not be  -pavedJjy the-village -because it-was too-  steep and not a dedicated road.  "Council would be trespassing -r- that  is private property!"  He also said it would be pointless to  pave that road when there are alternate  routes ��� Trail (unfinished) and Marine  Way (unpaved). "And then there's the cost  ��� the most compelling reason ��� the  village just doesn't have the money," said  Wood.  The crowd burst into laughter when  Van   Egmond   said   he   had   been  "gradually and' steadily working on. the  road" connecting his subdivisions^'"'  "A vote taken ontheproposed rezoning-  oiyVan  Egmond's  property showed,  overwhelming opposition to the plan. Only  Van Egmond voted in favor.  "If we bend to this request for rezoning  to get a road to the Arena it will be tantamount to blackmail," yelled one man.  Alderman Joyce Kolibas, Who chaired  the meeting, but hardly got, a word in  edgewise all evening, told The Times later  that she was not upset by the uproar about  the road, despite the fact that the meeting  was called to discuss other matters.  "I'm quite pleased actually," she said.  "At least I know they're alive out there."  , Kolibas said she did not know that the  residents were going to show up at the  meeting. 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On September 13 at theOIYfilcOJne Beach  Hall there will be a meeting of the Lakes'  Auxiliary to the Hall at 1:30 p.m. and a  meeting to organize the shuffleboard  tournaments at .8 p.m. Interested new  members will be welcome at both these  meetings.  j.. The new film program will start on  Thursday, September 28, and we would  recommend that you mark up your  calendar for the first show which will be  entirely on B.C. with even a film on the  Sunshine Coast. ...  ROUGH WATER IN THE YUKON  John Ellis at the home of his parents;  Alex and Hazel Ellis, last weekend told of  his vacation which he spent on a canoe trip  in the Yukon with his colleague, Blair  Carlson. They started their trip at Johnson's Crossing and paddled down the  Teslin River to Hootalinqua which was  once a stopping place for paddle steamers.  At Carmacks, at the junction of the Teslin  and Yukon Rivers, they stopped at the"  hotel and enjoyed the luxury of a shower  and shave. Continuing down the Yukon  River to Dawson City, they completed a  trip of around 600 miles.  They spent 12 days on the river and for  another three days they stopped in  Dawson City for Discovery Days, a three-  day celebration of the discovery of gold in  the Yukon. The city was really humming.  Gambling was in full swing at Diamond  " Tooth "Gertie's, ~f oFDWsM~is~the~only~  place in Canada where you can legally  gamble. The liquor laws are also wide  open. According to John, liquor is  available at any time of the day or night  and the only liquor law is that you cannot  drive with a blood alcohoLreading-bLover  .08.  The Teslin River is a beautiful river,  clean and unspoiled. The water is so clear  that you can see the bottom, and John and  Blair found that this created the impression that they were moving tester  than they actually were. The Yukon River ,  J^^nother-matteru-At-the--pEesent time-  Whitehorse sewage is dumped into the  river untreated and it is heavily silted.  You cannot see the bottom and their  paddles would sometimes touch bottom  when they thought they were in fairly deep  water. They ran aground oi> sandbanks  and gravel bars several times but never  had a serious spillr After the first three  days, they learned to "read" the river and  with experience, they improved their  methods of negotiating the rapids.  They covered three sets of rapids, the  Roaring Bull Rapids on the Teslin River  and the Five Flnner and Rink Rapids on  _the.Yukon,_just north 6f-Carmacks.~They-  passed throhgh some really rough water at  the Five Finger Rapids, with waves five  feet high.  Here and there they panned for gold but  did not have any luck, though they found  some interesting stones. They did some  fishing and landed a nice 14 pound King  salmon. Beaver and eagles were plentiful  and one day they saw a moose. Another  day as they rounded a bend of the river,  they came upon a grizzly bear not more  than 50 feet from their canoe. As John  hurriedly rummaged In his rucksack for a  camera, the grizzly, probably mistaking  his motives, took off Into tho bush.      ,  CAMPING DE LUXE    *   , '  John and Blair had on occasion passed  and then been overtaken by ft Gorman tour >���  party travelling ln 10 canoes. They liad  also noticed a helicopter hovering around  quite frequently. One day they camo upon  the German party stopped on a gravol  bank In tho rlvor and Just, then the  helicopter landed on tho gravel bank  beside them and started to serve tho party  a hot lunch,  Tlio weather was vory poor and both  young mon wero damp and cold most of  were in Seattle  to  and .Lillian Birk,  welcome them.    _._ ___.  X-?A  Dennis and Jane left Seattle three  years ago and" sailed to Honolulu where  they stayed and worked for nearly two  years. They wanted to take a look at the  Southern Pacific before returning home1,  so last fall they headed south to Tahiti  which they found to be a perfect paradise.  Their happiness was complete when  Jane's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank  Larson of Seattle, flew out to join them for  Christmas. They visited Bora Bora,  another of the Society Islands, and then  headed back for Honolulu and home. They'  stopped off at Honolulu for two weeks to  stock up and to prepare the Takuli for  colder water. They also took on a.  passenger, a friend, Pam, who agreed to  accompany them home.  It was while they were, heading  homeward on the regular shipping lanes  that they had one of the most frightening  experiences of their whole trip. Wh^n they  were about 150 miles from Victoria, Pam,  who was keeping watch, announced that a  ^igcontalner-ship-was-coming-up-behind-  themrWith strong winds and a heavy sea, -  Dennis realized that the ship could bear  right down on7 them without even seeing  the 32 ft ketch in the 15 foot waves. After a  few anxious attempts, he made radio  contact with the ship which was then able  to spot them and which changed course to  give them a wide berth.  They took 30 days to cruise from Tahiti  to Honolulu and 25 days from Honolulu to  -Victoriav���They experienced-some -very -  rough weather, but after leaving Tahiti,  they were in daily touch by radio with  Jane's parents in Seattle and with^Inhis'  parents on the Redrooffs Road. This was  made possible by Frank Larson who is a  radio ham-and the conversations were  conducted by means of a radio-telephone  hook-up. , *,  ' Dennis and Jane say they have finished'.  travelling for the time being while Dennis  finishes his pharmaceutical studies and  the Takuli is up for salertjalrthey-haVe-  : many warm and happy memories of sun  ���jirenchedJslands. andJrfodly_pej?pl��, i_  fishSjg-experiment" '-  The experiment of the Fisheries  Department in opening Zone 16 for a 24  hour commercial fishing period does not  appear to have been very Successful. Ori  ;jthe evening of August 28, the bay was  crowded with large seiners and gllnetters,  all with highi hopes. The following day, the  crew of one seiner reported that they had  found no fish around and had riot oven  made a set. Ernest McAllister who joined  a friend on a gilnetter, spent the day near  the mouth of the Fraser and reports that  the gllnetters did very poorly. The high  ~boat-had~(mlynW~BalmoftT~"           VISITORS  ��� Two young people who thought that  Redrooffs would be the perfect spot for a  honeymoon were Dianne and Gary Metcalfe of Calgary, who were guests at the  Alex Ellis home. The weatherman did not  co-operate and they were disappointed  that they were not able to get in some  fishing.  Grandmothers have, as usual, had a  busy summer vacation. VI Woodman has  had five of hor grandchildren to visit,  accompanied by their parents Bill and  Donna Woodman of Delta and Dave and  Roxanne Woodman of Vernon. Eva Lyons  had two of her grandchildren from  Toronto, Lynda and Frank Russqll, who  had to work out a problem of getting home  due to tbd Air Canada strike. Thea Leuchte  has been enjoying a visit from her  daughter Annemarie Hickey of Seattle and  her family and anothor guest has been her  niece, Dr. Annaliese Krebs from Germany, who accompanied Richard and  Susie Bolivar back to Telegraph Creek for  a visit. At tho Cliff Connors Is Cliff's  youngest brother, Mick with his wife  Sharon and tholr  two children  from  As the summer, fades into fall, boaters  and sea watchers alike may look back over  the season and realize how muclKmore  they need to know of the,marina activity  around them.. ,    / \  A conversation overheard on theGB  pointed out the importance of knowing  your waters. Two boats were crossing the  Strait of Georgia arid suddenly- found-  themselves well into an area closed for  navel exercise. They were hailed by the  Navy and orderedrto stop all engines and  sit for 15 minutes until.the exercise was  over. Evidently there were torpedoes in  the water that head "for engine noise.  y ~ This points out the heed for small boats  as well as large ones to plan their voyages  and to know with reasonable accuracy  where they are at all times, with regard to.  marine .dangers, visible and invisible.  The basic boating course offered by the  Sunshine Coast Power Squadron provides  information for greater enjoyment of the  bbater, and it also adds greater interest to  the sea watchers who equal the former in  number.  Registration for the evening classes is 7  p.m. tonight (Wednesday) at Sechelt  Elementary, Pender Harbour Secondary  and Elphinstone Secondary, Room 109.  It's a 14 week course (one night a week)  and offers detailed instruction by qualified  experts on such subjects as boat handling,  , anchoring, general seamanship,' charts  and piloting, the mariners compass,  equipment and boating laws, rules of the  road, and safety afloat.  CONTINinNG EDUCATION  There are many interesting^courses for���  further advancement and knowledge  available in School District No. 46.. Read  the green book sent out by the school tyoard  and make your choice.  AUXILIARY MEETS  New members are welcomed at the  Sechelt-Auxiliarjrto^trHilcla's Oiutfclf  Hall, 2 p.m.  GOOD OLD DAYS  In earlier years when a community or a  family needed help a gathering or a bee  was . held and everyone pitched in.  . Sometimes it happens today, but not often..  How about looking at the forthcoming  referendum in the same light?  The Regional Parks and Recreation  Committee   is   offering���a���group���of���  recreation facilities that will be an asset to  the area..  Watch for the dates of the public  meetings to be held in the three main  districts. They will be well advertised.  Find out the details before you set your  mind on their proposals, keeping in mind  the helping hand.  '  VISITORS  Guests visiting at the home of Mrs.  Marie Hoffar of Secret Cove were Dr. and  Mrs. Roy Casorso of Philadephia, Pennsylvania, Mary tlealey (nee McLauglan)  of VancouveVand Irene Bidodeau, New  Westminster. Then there was Vivian  Smythe, formerly from Vancouver-now in  Oakland, California, with Beth Morrison of  Vancouver.  -J_  Are you playing with  FIRE?  BE SAFE!  Have your  chimney cleaned  NOW!  FOR ALL CHIMNEYS& OIL STOVES  cau LEE CHRISTIAN ���883-9171  ANYTIME  > ^Sunshine, Coast Regional District .--,---  Parks and Recreation Proposals  A public information meeting will be held in Pender Harbour as  follows:.  Madeira Park Community Hall  ���--���_____      Wednesday, September 13,1978  7:30 p.m.  Sponsors of proposals and Board representatives will be  in attendance to answer questions from the public.  Parks and Recreation Committee  The Creek runoff  Boogie success  By Annie Dempster, 885-3326  Modern, 5 storey, first class motor hotel. Good location ��� 1 block from  beach, English Bay and Stanley Park, near downtown, shopping within 2  blocks. 125 attractively appointed air-conditioned rooms, studios, efficiency  units and suites ��� each with private, bath, color TV and phone. Dining  -Room and Coffee Shop. Lounge wHhentertainment. Sample and Meeting  Rooms. Drive-in lobby and free parking/  1755 Davie Street. Vancouver V6G 1W5. Phone: 604-682-1831 coUect  Telex: 04-51161  The Roberts Creek boogie that was held  at the community, hall on Saturday was  another successful venture for the Roberts  Creek Community Association's Ways and  Means committee. The reggae band seem  to draw a young crown than the country  rock bands. Everyone seemed to have a  great time. Everything ran smoothly and  there didn't seem.to be any problems.  When the dance was oyer, the cleanup  'wenrfeally'fast, with a dozen or.more  people pitching in so,that there was only  the floor to mop up the next day. The  boogiers and the sense of community spirit k  that is rarely if ever seen in the dances  we've attended in California.  FLOAT IN NEED OF FUNDS  The float that is in the water at the  bottom of Henderson Road was built and  financed by Britt Varcoe from Henderson  Avei- -Thefloat cost Britt a couple of  hundered dollars plus the time he spent,  building it. Britt hasn't any children of his  own, yet in swimming weather, the float is  alwaysloaded down with children. Most of  the people that use the float were.ap-  proacheil_abQut_donatinjg��� some^mpney-  /.  proceedgof the dance went to the growing  1(^^ tfeway^^m^COTSfflHee w9rds reimbursing Britt. butas yet only  for some sort of recreation facihties-here^^e0ple;have responded. Asithe&are  in the creek. "  It was just a joy as usual to see the folks  ***.��* ."*.��<��  thtf time: Johrwho has becrworkln^ for"* C  \  ��*jpr.  tho Government ln Whitehorse, Is being  transferred to Kelowna this week so his  visits to Redroofs aro likely to becorhe  mflfre frequent,  sfollMS IN THE PACIFIC  And while John Ellis has boon  negotiating on the Yukon, his cousin  Dennis Blrk, has boon facing the challenge  of Pacific storms in his Tahiti Ketch  "Takuli". Ho and his wife Jnno havo  arrived In Seattle after three yoars ex-   plorlliK.thQ JPacWIq, ,Hla. porcnta, Rlclmrd  SAW FILING SERVICE  ..      CARBIDE TIP^   HAND SAWS  CIRCULAR SAWS  & ALL SMALL TOOLS  Wharf Rd. cornor of  ������"���'^������'-^forpol*m-9vifMr,'twthm\rM^'"^"  ���.m'-'-i-u pfB1 (���-(���wt-.n. '��i*if!Mw ��� wLm _ta_ mmrmm m ^m. % -^a--'4*',.i--'*W'Fl'iB' W.��  r..(BQrj^loJ,..,f��:^  T''T 885-&W5   rV I  children Bruce, Claude and Nancy visiting  him for tho holiday.  from the community working towards a  common goal.  "In the words of two young students,  visiting from California, "We were really ,  impressed with the enthusiasm of the  Weather report  August 26-Septemberl  Temperatures In celsius, precipitation  In millimetres.  ���'.���''' . '--���. Lo���Hl-Pree.���  August26 13      21      1.5  August27 ...,t............11     21      L��  August28 14     21      0.3  August29  ,,.13     22     nil.  August30 , .!.10     21     6.1  August31 ,9      $    14.0  September 1 12     16     6.8  Week's rainfall ��� 30.0. September to  date-0.8.1978 to date-81.99 cm.  August 26- September 1, 1977 ��� 20.1.  September, 1977 to date ��� 1.5. Jan.-  September 1,1977 - 58.25 cm.  AUGUST WEATHER  The wettest August In 17 years for this  recording station with 12.82 cm. Thursday  night's rainfall conclusively brought the  - month's precipitation over the previous  1962'record of 11.43 cm whlAi was equalled  at 8 a.m. August 31.  Tho ^7-year average Is 5.74 cm. and  1977 reached 0.30 cm.  Daytime high temperature ��� 29 C, In  1977 --30 C. Overnight low temperature1���  9 C, in 1977 - 0 C.  It is thnt tlmo again when yon will get a  10 percent discount on any purclvase (othor  , thnn,.conslg^  from September ii to 10 Inclusive. Don't  , miss out on good -little savings. ��� Miss  Boo's, Secholt.  so many people enjoyiiiglhe use of the  float it would 'Seem only fair that Brltfc-  receive at least the money he spent from  his own pocket. If you would like to donate  towards it, please give me a call and I will  gladly pick up your donation or mail it to  Britt Varcoe, Henderson Avenue- RR2,  Gibsons. Any monies that Britt receives  above the cost of the float, will be donated  to the Ways and Means fund.  COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION  MEETINGS  Watch the date pad for the start of the  monthly Community Association meet-  "Ifigsr���'���         "7'k~ :"'""��� v ;:"   SUNSHINE COAST  PEST CONTROL  Wo offor a  Comploto Post  Control Sorvico  For confidential advico  ond ostimoto call  of smaller  businesses.  mzMmZwmm  �� Financial assistance  e management counselling (CASE)  ��� Management training  ��� Information on government  programs for business  Can we help you?  See our Representative  *9t:   Bella Beach Motel, Sochelt  Tel: 885-9561  on: Wednesday, September 13th  "FEDERAL BUSINESS  DEVELOPMENT BANK  883-2531  145 West 75th Stroot.  North Vancouver, ri.C.   980-6571  "Societies Act"  NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING  St. Mary's Hospital Society  To tho mombors of St. Mary's Hospital Society!  v _   ' , '��� ���--- >,,    .   ,'p.  Tako notico that tho Annual Gonoral Meeting of tho mombors  Hall, MoriTiald Stroot, Socholt, B.C., on Wodnosday, tho 20th day of  Sopt. 1978 at tho hoMr of 7:30,p.m..  -~    Datod In tho Village of Socholt, In tho province of British Columbia  this 14th day of August 1978.  -���'-v-  "T-rttpsrdorofrthtf  ,-m.lm.   ��������'    ���'    mm,mmmar..      ���       .,      .......  *��������������.*!���*��.. WpP����.*lP*  htt^?V,'tp(-"V"**8*l"i'p  ��UW*IT-  "'"N-W-'p  rw'uj'  ^'���'rT*ruryiitf��",p';*'*', T"r  :w~x'r: vi:;;  ,1*1.:  'yp&*<r  /KV<<?>M^'f^M<^<<^��^*<<V  h  GARDEN BAY  MARINE  Sinclair Bay Road  lust up & over the hill  VOLVO/PENTA - CHRYSLER  HOURSTON GLASCRAFT  EZLOAD-MERCRUISER  Immediate Repair Service���7 days a week  883-2722  (   days  "Also soo tho classlflods"  or  nights  Trouble-Free Boating"  *Hfr ������9Wt��W*����W-t>Mpj9����ifft.l  r  ~T  ,�����  ��.M'.'l!ftr'  ���*"��:���.  ,* t-::r-;*'�� ���-, r-l-  Wednesday, Sept 6,1978  Tlie Peninsula Times  PageA-5  READERS RIGHT  Council laxity is expensive  -Editor,-The-Times;   Residents of Sechelt turned out in  ' record nummers last Tueasday evening to  register their displeasure of Sechelt  Council's intent to petition the Regional  Board for ammendments.to By-law 109 in  order that an approximate 15 acres of land  which separates the main part.of Sechelt  from the Ice Arena area be changed from  single family residential -to a higher  density condominium apartment zoning.  -prove-roads which were required to carry-  traffic continuously to their land and  adjoining land without having to trespass  over private properly.  CounciJ in their laxity is in violation of  their own sub-division by-laws, and the  municipal act and has caused . inconvenience, hazards and unnecessary  cost to those using the undedicated rough  terrain which severs homeowners and  arena users,from Sechelt's main high-  Country nofe^  \  Banded herons  By John Hind Smith  While Council members played the role ways.  bf salesmen and defenders of their intent' .     Council has been petitioned by the Ice  the Village Clerk delivered a lecture to\ Axem Directors, ttie Chamber of. Com- .   Village taxpayers on the misfortunes of^j merce,-and~an organised "home bwnera~Pex^eTanarebukestrong'natioris afar off;  Have you ever been out at night and  looked through a telescope at a pitch black  spot a mile or so away and been able to see  the trees and rocks, etc.?  I had such an experience the other  Christian Science  "And he shall judge among many  developers and asked leniency and understanding of the interest and financial  costs of sub-dividing, expressing that the.  Village may never get developed if we ask  developers to pay for roads, and services'  too soon.  It was quite apparent the public wasn't  buying for they kept asking, why isn't the  'road dedicated and open for traffic which  goes through the property you want rezoned and why did it take so many years to  get the waterline through the property.  The developer took the stage in hopes of  obtaining public support and I am sure he  wished that a fellow called Hank HaU  would contact instant, laryngitis but in a  red herring move he blamed him for  spearheading and revelling in the public's  displeasure of the no-roads, no-water, no  rezoning attitude of the meeting.'  Finally a member of the public asked a  show of hands to guide council on the  public feeling..The vote was majorically-  against the rezoning intent, however some  Council members expressed the arena  road and water issue clouded the rezoning  group from West-Porpoise Bay over the  last four years in efforts of obtaining,a  solution to the problem, without any  satisfaction-or resolution to date.        A simple resolution to the problem  presented itself one year ago when a 10 lot  sub-division application came from before  Council for Block 11, the property which is  the missing link in the- Sechelt-West  Porpoise Bay Highway system, but once  again Council approved the sub-division  without insistence that the developer  provide a connecting road to serve the Id  lots, and apparently overlooked the fact  that this road would connect with the  paved road at the other end thereby  resolving the road to arena problem.  This action or lack of action by Council  allowed a Jurther subdivision which can  only be driven to, over undedicated road,  placing all 10 home.owners to trespass in  order to go to and Irom the. main Village,  and placing the Regional Cduncil again Jn .  violation of their own by-lwas and the  municipal act.  CouncU is now considering&gothpr sub-'  division proposal and'oyeraumoning  vote and another expressed they .didn't _ proposal for. the same property without  know what they were voting on  Alderwoman Kolibas who chaired the  meeting hesitantly caUed a second vote  after clarity that the votejyas purely to  determine whether the public wished the  Council to petition the Regional Board to  facilitate a higher density of Block 10, the  property advertised in ttie notice of the  public meeting. The second vote was also  against by a large majority with only the  developer and one other vote in favor.  The unfortunate part oLthis happening,  - the UI feelingrnegativism and defeatism is  -that it was all caused by a good meaning  councU that neglected to enforce its own  bylaws which were designed to obviate  this type of happening.  CouncU created its own problem when  they aUowed land subdivisions in West  Porpoise Bay without insistence that the  developers of the land dedicate and im-  asking for an overaU development plan for  the property concerned or without  declaring the area a development permit  area as advteed by their Village Planner,  and the Regional Planner.  It is certainly time for CouncU to take  the advice of their planner and regional  planner and to make decisions which are  not contrary to by-laws of the Village, the  Regional Board, and the other governing*  authorities council is responsible to.  If CouncU or the pubUc is in doubt of  -these^diselos.uresi,ea(tsections^li-through-  713 of the Municipal Act and the Village of  Sechelt By-law 117 adopted on March 28th,  1973 by Mayor Ben Lang and after reading  them if you're stiU in doubt, try to drive up  to the Ice Arena, without trespassing over  private property.  ��� HenrjTSHaiir  Sechelt.  and they-shaU beat: their swords info  ploughshares...neither shaU they learn  war any more." (Micah 4:3). *  - War has always threatened the world;  but this can and will cease.  "It should be thoroughly understood  that aU men have one Mind, one God and  Father, one Life, Truth and Love.  Mankind will become perfect in proportion  as this fact becomes apparent, war will  cease and the true brotherhood of man wUl  be established. Having no other gods,  turning to no other but the one perfect  Mind to guide him,, man is the likeness of  God, pure and eternal, having that Mind  which was also in Christ." (Science ahd  Health with Keyto the. Scriptures by Mary  BakerEddy).  >   h\    ' ;   ���  Some island  residents are  'very fedup'  Editor, The Times:  The two weeks Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds  had for. producing the letter from the  Ferry Corporation, which they claim they  have received, have passed ��� in silence. I  don't think anybody thought there was  such a letter.  What reaUy did Mrs. Reynolds think  she proved by-making such a statement-.  The Islands Trust feels it is about time  these people send an apology to the per-  -^ons^volv^dr-ineluding-the-Ferry-Cor-  poration. As working for the government,  Mr. Reynolds should have retracted his  wife's statement. I am sure he was aware  she was not telling the truth.'  May I state in the two weeks waiting  time, my mailbox has been tampered with  and'my garden gate damaged. Whoever is  responsible    in    grinding    personal  McG^a^pBpdi?m^;a.stand  grievances by destroying personal  ^)^opertyshouldbe^areful7Some-Gambie^-somewhat-Pnvate-natu^,  Harbour residents are very fed up with   watch out from now on-  childish behavior,- like beating up people  -arid-making-the-Uves-bf-oui^-old-folki-  night and it was wierd to say the least. The  viewing end of this strange machine appeared to glow in a greenish purple colour.  I was told that the price on a thing like this  is in the neighbourhood of $7,000.  I don't have any/idea how it works but  was told that it is highly sensitive to any  light source, however smaU, starlight  being a good example, and that it concentrates this light on a viewing screen.  Tfie"night I looked through It the sky  was~ heavily overcast, so where the light  was coming from is a mystery to me..  Nevertheless,   it   worked  and  it  was  fascinating. What-wUl they think of next? -  I found this special telescope on a visit  to Madeira Park to see how Keith Simpson  and Rhonda Market of the Canadian  WUdlife Service were getting along with  their heron studies. They were supposed to  be banding the young birds, but the birds  had flown and they had seen only three or  four the whole time they were there. It was  very disappointing for them and  somewhat of a puzple. Since the young left  the. nests, both the young ahd adult birds  have dispersed over a wider area.  Now more than ever it is important to  find out just where the banded birds have  gone. In order to do this the cooperation of-  everyone interested is needed and anyone  anywhere seeing a banded bird is asked to  report the whereabouts to the Canadian  - WUdlife. Service, Box-360, Delta, $.C,  myself at 886-9949, or Ian Corrance at 886-  2622. The information wUl be passed along.  The bands are red with black letters or  numbers and are located on the leg of the  bird below the knee. Sometimes the bands  are pretty grubby and hard to see, but  there .is also an aluminum band on the  other leg which should be highly visible*  As these are the only herons banded up _  here, or for that matter anywhere else, a  report on the whereabouts of any of them  will be most welcome.  Shortly before we arrived, Keith and  hjs supervisor,.Dr.,JohnKelsaU had been  out to the dump at Garden Bay Road to  watch the bears with their mysterious and  wonderful machine, and anyplace darker  than that dump is hard to imagine. But it  worked and the bears fed on in blissful  ignorance of the fact that they were being  observed.  The implications of having such a  machine on the market are intriguing to  say the /least and anyone up to some  nefarious business ��� or for that matter,  quite   legitimate   business   but   of   a  ���had-better-  Big Brother is  watching and Orwell's 1984 and aU that has  amsedi '-. '. k : '.   :  ���  ���  s  ���  a  ���  accepts a double standard  Editor, The Times:  Following is a copy of a letter sent to  The Producer of three's Company, CBC  IRadio, Vancouver.  Dear Producer,  Listening to your program, I have just  heard Dr. Pat McGeer speak about  teachers smoking marijuana and the  penalties he feels are required. It is  disturbing that McGeer should have in-   fluence with% chUdren.pf Jtils province.  as he represents the type of political  leadership that has brought the education  system to the point of moral collapse.  The threats and intimidation he directs  at teachers have no place ln an education  system. Co-operative discussion and  exchange of Ideas and values must be the  basis for educators or an authoritarian  prison system wUl be the result. The  teachers Dr. McGeer speaks of are  ignoring the law in favour of personal  freedom much the same way as the  Russian dissident movement which our  Constructive  and beneficial  Editor, The Times: I, , ���  In your last lssuo of August 23,1978,1  was pleased to note your factual Information undor the heading "Appeal  Board Hears Local Herbicide Protests."  It is, In my vlow, exactly this calibre of  reporting tho majority of tho public and  your readcrsjccjooking forward to. Such.,,,  contributions nre constructive and  beneficial to tho communities your papor  serves.  ���y, E.J. Hensch,  District Manager,  B.C. Hydro and Power Authority.  society seems to support so strongly.   (  Dr.   McGeer - is   not  appealing _to  teachers to respect a just law^he is  demanding" ttiey become a herd of sheep  and obey his moral view of the law, a law  that study after study the world over has  shown to be unjust and harmful to the  societies that support it. Dr.. McGeer's  blind acceptance of the double standard  toward "drugs" (alcohol, tobacco, coffee,  marijuana)in this_com|^.telpartofJthe_.  social corruption "and confusion facing so  many of the young people around us.  ,   It is reassuring to know that at least  some of the teachers in our schools have  enough conviction to offer the students an  alternative to hard line moralists like  McGeer who would interfere with personal  freedom as an appeal to voters. Using  . marijuana is not amatter of disobedience  or lawlessness, lt is a matter of free choice  and if we were to accept the conclusions of  the many studies on marijuana, our whole  society would benefit If more people made  that choice, .  _  Ron Watts  RobertsCreek  miserable.  I have people telling me they never  want to go to another association meeting  again. I think this is very wrong. It is up to  the members to stand up against people  who just come to meetings airing their  hatred.  ';���  I am UVing on Gambier and I am quite  determined to stay, and believe me, I shaU  protect' my property. Many of the  residents try to help to ease the burden of  the old people and don't make their Uves  unbearable.   M^Dornbrowski,'  H. Negroponte  Islands Trust representatives,  Gambier Island  Pitch-In  And Smile  Insulation  ���Blown into existing walls & ceilings  ���Mobile unit ���anywhere on the Peninsula.  ���Any thickness  WOOD HEATING CENTRE  i ���-   r>     f i,  ���We specialize in any type of wood heat  ���Alrtlghts  mi^fcM  .     SYNDICATE  A GOOD INVESTMENT  COMPANY  J.W. (Jta) BUDD  featuring  TheSCHRADER FIREPLACE CONVERTER  converts any inofflclont flroplaco Into a homo heating unit  \  885-3397  .Socializing   IrivAnp^loi-f arW  Rotlromont Income Planning  CALL TODAY  \  WE INSTALL ALL OUR PRODUCTS  m,*"  kUNSHINE  ,|w/iRODUCT8'.  Richard     o o c 7/111  Qacarait       OOD"! Til  Box 543  Glbioni  School District #46 [Sechelt]  TEACHER AIDE POSITIONS  '        The School District has two vacancies for Teacher Aide II at the  'SurTshTneSthool TrirGiBson"S~approx~6-hou rs/day,_ effective immediately.'Salary $6.62 per hour followiritpKree months probation.  Persons applying must have specific training and/or experience in at least one of the following skills or equivalent ���  Physiotherapy, Psychiatric Nursing, Child Care Diploma in Special  Ed., Care of Multi-Handicapped Children, Care of Retarded Children.  Application close with undersigned 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, Sept.  I2th.  R. Mills, secretary-treasurer  ���I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  BRITISH COLUMBIA SOCIAL CREDIT PARTY  Mackenzie Constituency  ANNUAL MEETING  Sunday, September 17th, 1978  2 pm  MADEIRA PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  Duncan A. Sim, Secretary  I  X  I  I  "I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  Here's an update oh the osprey. The,  young ones have taken off and are now  flying. It seems there were two. With a  spotting scope and good binoculars the job  of Watching them is made so much easier  and for the first time I was able to seem  details the beautiful markings on the adult  birds. Keith showed me another osprey  nest they hgd found, so it looks as though  the population around here does not have  too many problems. There appears to be at  least one young bird in this other nest.   iWhile.we.were patching this nest a  buzzard glided over/There was a strong  wind blowing but he hardly moved his  wings.  IT IS NOT NECESSARY  to leave The Peninsula  for Memorial Funeral Services  Why deal with strangers when the Peninsula friends are always  /ailableioLgiyeJ m med iate.s ervtee_24Jiou rs_a Jay   Soavlow Rd., Glbioni  DAN DEVLIN, Director  Hear Yef Hear Ye!  PUBLIC MEETING SCHEDULE  886-9551  REGIONAL BOARD  Public Hoarlng By-law No.'s 93.32, 96.35,  96.38, 7:30 pm, SCRD Board Room. .  Joint Sowor and Wator Committee  Mooting, 7:30 pm, Gibsons Village Offlcos.  Joint Uso Committee Whole Board Mooting,  7:30 pm, SCRD Board Room.,  Public' Hearing By-law No.'s 96.32 and  96,34, 7:30 pm, Welcome Boach Community Hall.  Public Hearing By-law No. 167, 7:30 pm,  Roborts Crook Community Hall.  Parks and Rocroatlon Public Information  Mooting,   7:30   pm,   Pondor   Harbour  Community Hall.   . "   "  .nil__. ��� i��r��Mi   ��� >���-���*���#������ "  VILLAGE OF SECHELT _  Sopt. 6 ���. Council Mooting, 7:30 pm, Municipal Hall,.  Socholt.  Sopt. 20 ��� Council Mooting, 7:30 pm, Municipal Hall,   JT  Socholt.    {���Tp.  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  Sopt. 5 ���   Council Mooting, 7:00 pm, Municipal Hall,  'Gibsons  Sept 19 ���. Council Mooting, 7:00 pm, Municipal Hall,  Gibsons.  I't-.',  fHA<*���l<ZK &  FREE ESTIMATES  WO OBLIGATION  : ::'^,p^rrr.rwyVp^  Cowrie St,,  Sechelt  * Jm ' ' Jt��  ���v  ."i-a... ,   rr  mf^fmammafmam'm'mmmmirmmttmmfmmmmmmm'  *��**wmvmi.��'****mmmm%mm*��m����*mm*'  .vm^mmmM*��wmtiWtm*r  *wl**.*lfixmm*mmm$,mw'Mm  ^mmmmm��mmmvmmm'mlmm����0lmtli��Mm��>  Ir   .'  mtqm- ty^$-s-pJ*M*$*--) )*m��*.v��<m** t*t*,jj��  ***# suOitv w***#?llV<p**)>f \  Page A-6  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, Sept 6,1978  The Garden Corner  The circle turns  By "Guy Symonds  x.  x;  DonJmOekstead  __ ��� MLA, Mackenzie  By the time this column appears, the  federal leader of the Social Credit Party,  Mr. Lorrie Reznowski will have completed  his visit to B.C.  It remains to be seen how many of the  provincial cabinet minister, let alone the  Social Credit brackbenders, will turn up. at  Mr. Reznowski's speaking engagements.  It seems odd. After all, when federal NDP  leader Ed_Broadbent appears at various  centres throughout"*B.C.,1 the local  provincial NDP MLA is always in at-  tendance. Ed Broadbent's success with  national issues reflects well on the NDP  provincially. His comments, for example,  wteh.he was last outinJBJC. about price-  gouging taking place by food chain stores  mirror the provincial party's concern for  eckihomyV Similarly, Mr. Broadbent's  anger over the continuing high unemployment rates in B.C. and the rest of the  country is an anger shared by the  provincial party as well.  Such, a parallel between federal leader  and provincial party policy is only true in  -some^cases-as���far-as-the-Socreds-are-  WINNERS OF the 14th Annual Selma  Beach Fishing Derby display their  September 2 catches. From left to  right: Reg Miller with his second  place 5.68 pound Sabnra.jwiraier Ken  MORE ABOUT. ...'���'  Bromley with-6.8 pounder and Bill  Doiron with his third place 4.76 catch,  ^orty-eight Selma Park beach  residents entered the derby. Bromley  holds tljc;  Jim,Edwards  trophy.:  ��� Water worries soothed  concern. Mr. Reznowski, for example, has  stated that the banks and the legalization  of abortion are responsible for the dire  times we are now experiencing. Human  Resources Minister Bill Vander Zalm  backed up Mr. Reznowski's ideas when  questioned by NDP , MLAs in the  Legislature this spring. One suspects that  there are a majority of Social Credit backbenchers who share the same far right-  wing sentiments as Mr. Reznowski and  Mr. Vander Zalm.  The right wing has, of course, more  issues than'those listed above. Every  secondmontirrforexample;"ea��lrMLA'in"  the Legislature receives the United Right-  to-Work newsletter. This outrlghtly antiunion propaganda sheet originates in  Surrey ��� where else? ��� the home of Mr.  Vander Zalm. Its contents are always  strident about the evils of unions and very  long on what it perceives as undemocratic  features of unions. At the moment its  wrath is directed at public sector employees. This ls no colncidence.The next  major contract up for renewal as far as the  provincial labor scene ls the CUPE,  agreement. It will affect most  municipalities ln the province in the next'  six months. Time will tell how much antiunion hysteria this newsletter can whip up  In the Interim.  And if there was any doubt as to tho  Socred connection to this newsletter,  prominent notice Is given to an upcoming  meeting for thoso buccaneer supporters of  freo enterprise and rlght-to-work laws.  Where will it bo hold? Why at tho Sandman  Inn, of course, renowned for Its union  busting tactics and Its ownor, P.A.  Goglordl, Mr, Gaglardl, with ono oxr  ceptlon, Is probably B.C.'s most famous  Socred. Tho right wing Is alive nnd woll.  Bt'ofiu'l. I'Kr nn inrxpniislvo roast  beef clinni'i", blmlo or iti>,sn-iiI) rousts  provide excollciii online 'il  low prices,}  CANADIAN  POWER SQUADRONS  will tench Snfo Boating to ovor  10,000 Cahndlana ihls yoar  ���Trom Page A-l  specified area before it will consider  undertaken a water project.  Such a petition, however, does not  guarantee boajt^approyalot thjproject.  Directors also'f^uire^^riie colt* of  financing the project be self supporting by  land charges for the area (although grant  monies have recently been used to a larger  extent in supporting some projects seen as  useful links in the district's overall  system).  In a related matter, the board agreed to  refer to Regional District and School  District engineers a- report prepared by  Howard White recommending that fire  protection for Pender Harbour Secondary  be supplied by a system established on  Kleindale Creek; y  The  two  districts  previously  have    -plannedtocooperateifBfflldinga systemk, pressm-e-irri^^  Creek, and he maintained that although  the water flow in Kleindale does go underground in certain sections during dry  spells, the presence of limited salmon  spawning in its lower reaches indicates a  dependableyear-roundflow.   -  . He rioted that there was no ground  storage facility planned for the Anderson  system, requiring pumpage to achieve  adequate pressure for fire fighting and  also questioned whether engineers had  considered the system's effect on salmon  spawning in Anderson.  He said a small gully on Kleindale  Creek, approximately 2,000 feet from the  school above the highway, could with little  difficulty be enlarged and dammed to  prqvide a 500,000 gallon storage tank,  : The elevation of the tank would be 190  fcjet above the: school, producing water.  on Anderson Creek. That decision was  based primarily on a Dayton & Knight  engineering study which favored Arid-,  nerson as a more reliable year-round  water source.  White, suggested, however, that no  detailed study has been made by Kleindale  MORE ABOUT. . .  Herbicide  ���From Page A-l,  ^!stiU^rt-OfJ^.ajl^e-oLshock.!!.aboutthe~  decision.  He said he was relieved to learn during  the course of the appeal that his watershed  is not In the area to be treated, "but what  about the people down the road here? The  South Pender Harbour water inters are  going to be guinea pigs for a lot of years."  He said he thought local opposition had  resulted in "some small victory" because  SPEC herbicide expert "Merlam Doucet  told me this is the best spraying project  Hydro's ever done ��� ln terms of the  method and using picloram."  Previous Hydro herbicide projects in  this area have relied mainly on Tordon 101  which contains picloram and 2,4-D. Tordon  lOK'a only active ingredient is picloram.  ' The Regional District is planning to  provide observers to accompany the  herbicide applicators. Directors Thursday  also decided to ask the Coast Garibaldi  Union Board of Health to monitor crocks  and water systems ln the area of the  program.  square inch, which is more than adequate  for fire protection, he said.  White estimated that the cost of  developing the Kleindale system would be  $27,322, comparable, to the district's  estimate of about $30,000 for an Anderson  system. . '  Kleindale Creek is located immediately  north of the school. Anderson is some 2,000  feet south. Arpa A APC members have  expressed concern th^the water line to  Anderson might be the^egifiiUng^of^  larger Regional District water system in  that area. They have opposed such a_  system as unnecessary andas pofenHally"  detrimental in that it would tend to increase development of the area, producing  further pollution problems for Pender  Harbour.  The popular idea about growing things  is that at this time of the year and for the  next several months "Nature rests". Well,  it may look that way on the surface.  Certainly there is little visible growth, and  most green things are preparing to bring  this part of their life cycle to a close.  But there is a great deal going on under  the surface, and it is upon this part of their  life that plants depend for next year's  living.  One of the most important garden  growth in this connection is the lawn, the  thousands of little plants that combine to.  make up an attractive healthy green  carpet to set off the beatjrinrtiwrgarden;  " The~fertilizirig program for the lawn  should have finished by the end. of August,  and it has been obvious for the past month  that the little grass plants have lost their  ambition to some extent and the job of  mowing has become less demanding. ������  So as always the gardener is looking to  next year knowing full well that his  situation then will be largely determined  by what he has been doing in the months  preceding. We have come through a dry  and rather hot summer, though August  certainlyrod its best to make amends. But  we did have restrictions^, the Use of  water iirthe~gardeiT  If advice from the experts was noted  and heeded the urge^to cut the jgras^short  in an effort to "achieve that "well  manicured" look was resisted and the  little plants were allowed to protect  themselves against the heat. They should'kkk  be allowed the same privilege as we go  into the fall and winter months. Leave the  ^owthap inch or so longer than you would*?  expect to keep it if that manicured look  were the only important factor.  But we want to encourage the work that  is going on out of sight, the growing and  strengthening-oT the" root system so that  when the season comes around again the  little plaints will be able to take full advantage of the longer hours of daylight.  First a look at the general conditions.  Any moss dr weeds? Both indicate soil  conditions that need attention. Moss  means general oyer acid ground, too much  shade, poor drainage, and-or poor fertility.  Weeds, depending on the yariety, can  simply mean that a drought condition has  allowed the hardier weeds to take over  from the weakened grass plants!   A toR, dressing of somel kind of good  compost will in any event do a world of  good as a soil conditioner. This could be  something like mushroom compost, or  well rotted ftianure or in default of  anything else, peatmoss arid sand. At this  St9ge we are hot attempting to stihfrulate  ^owth^uHc^et-th^^  dition to handle growth.  the next thing is to help the root system  mid for this there is nothing better than  bone meal. Expensive but effective, and in  fact, irreplaceable for the purpose to be  served. In farming and gardening you get  what you pay for both in money and in the  other currencies of sweat, toil and worry.  On top of all other complications of  weather and similar Inescapable  tribulations, even unintentional neglect  brings stern retribution."'  So.it is with moss in the lawn. It won't  go away by itself .Certainly It can be killed.,  yvith chemicals but If the foot cause  remains the moss will return until this is  corrected. This Is probably not something  that can be corrected in^week. It is a  matter of good horticultural practices.  Agreed it must be killed off, that is if it is in  only small patches. Then those patches as  well as all the others that have appeared  as the result of wear and tear can be over  sown with proper grass mixture and come  under the spring fertilizing program.  'Even if there is no sign of excessive  strain on the lawn as the result of summer,  there isstill nextfyear to think about, and  with no repairs necessary fall grooming  will pay dividends fiext spring. ,  COMMISSIONER OF AFFIDAVITS FOR B.C.  James D. Orr  883-2218  SUNSHINE COAST CURLING CLUB  General Meeting  September 12, 8:30 p.m.  al lUG HiCHa  Should one of thorn bo YOU?  BOATING COURSE  ��� -REGISTRATIONS  7 p.m., Wed., Sopt, 6th  Elphlnstono School, Rm 109   '  tochvltf f��mSch��*ol 7 MrrOrory't Rm  I,.����� pdr Hbr filem 6��hool Library ���������-  ���,... fouruPiimhMltOMrfZ'^Cfiit ���',  Kent Corrulh.n ,., , 065*9025  Chuck William*   883J649  WINNING NUMBERS FOR AUGUST 1978'  m  The 'W5*  Provincial  ;��*:"'���  ^W  AUGUST 27 DRAW  $1 MILLION  WINN  4   8. 6   3   0  12   0   9   2  1 19 15[8 I 4  M?NUMMRS  6   1  3   6  8   1  $100,000  WINNING NUMBMS  |2|6|8|1 J.X 8  4   3   3   6   5J6  last 6 digits win  last 6 digits win  last-4 digits win  last 3 digits win  Mo.ooo  11,000  Ho"  kkp your Mouivsmmm ticket, it's  AUO HIOIBIE FOR THE ^PTtMBfR M DRAW,  uMri  AUGUST 9 DRAW  $100,000 WINNING NUMBERS  [2~  7  3  4  5  8  7  7  3  7  2  6  9  7  4  9  8  5  8  7  8  4  3  8  O  AUGUST 23 DRAW  $100,000 WINNING NUMUERS  IT  l6st 6 digits win  -4a8t.-freU0lttwlrv  $1,000  4400  .,,,,laitti.dlgltS;WlK.~l>��3  in iho ovunl of c^jjeroponev l>otwoon Iho obovn lit! ond Iho.olficicil winmno riumbon li��l', -Iho Ial lor ihci^p'rtltvnilM  W    **l,  J. CHOQUER & SOWS  CERTIFIED WELDER FABRICATOR���INDUSTRIAL & MARINE  Box 1235  Socholt, B.C. VON 3AO  EAST PORPOISE BAY ROAD  Bus: 885-9244  Res: 885-2686  LEATHER  ���SECT  10% OFF ALL LEATHER KITS  See us about supplies for Leathercarft course at Chatelech School,  starting Sept. 26th. Many in-store specials.  & SPECIALTY SHOP LTD.  Cowrie St.  885-5715  Sechelt  1  RAISING EARTHWORMS  Can^ouAJBwei'JlVES-to These Questions?  1. Do you like raisins livestock?  2. Do you want a business pi your own?  3. Do you need retirement Br extra income'  4. Da you have a back yard or olSer land?  PERHAPS YOU CAN BECOME A WORM GROWER!  IF ACCEPTED AS A PRODUCER, WE OFFER: ..-~~  -* ProfessionaLGuidanc&!5sL _ __*: MarketingService_  ��� Exchange Membership * Complete Supplies  ACT TODAY! SEND FOR WORFRJEErBROeHUREl  Send name, addrcu, phone, description of facilities to:  WORU GROWERS EXCHANGE. INC.  "ltt*At* ���* '"dutliv".  ��15"A-tT��MT ��� WVHNA, TENNTSSEE 37117 ��� (615) 254-7327  Sunshine Coast Regional District  NOTieEOF  Land Use Regulation Amendment By-law No. 96.32  land Use Regulation Amendment By-law No. 96.34  Pursuant to sections 703 and 798A of the Municipal Act, a  Public Hearing will be held to consider the following by-laws of, the  Sunshine Coast Regional District. AH persons who deem their Interest in property affected by the proposed l?y-laws shall be afforded an opportunity to be heard on matters contained In the bylaws.  By-law No. 96.32 will amend Land Use Regulation By-law No.  96, 1974 by amending the definition of "Lot or Parcpl" to include  strata lots created pursuant to the Bare Land Strata Regulations, Bylaw No. 96.32 will also specify the provisions to be contained |n,  and the procedure for the Issuance of, a development permit.  Development permits have been recently Included Into tho  Municipal Act as an optional method of regulating land uso.  By-law No. 96.34 will amend Land Use Regulation By-law No.  96, 1974 by creating a new land use .none, namely Commercial 5 -  C5, which will restrict tho uso of lancj, buildings and structures  within this zone to boaUorvlce facilities Including a marina, wharf  or yacht club and to civic use or public sorvlco. By-law No. 96.34 will  also amend the zoning map by designating approximately 0.20  nectar^  Is locatod on the north shore of Secret Cove.  Tho Hearing will be held at tho Wolcome Boach Community  Hall, Redrooffs Road, Halfmoon Bay, B.C. at 7:30 p.m. on Tuosday,  Soplombor 12, 1978.  Following tho Public Hearing, ono othor proposed by-law will  be discussed; ;'...,.,,...........  Development Permit Application Fee By-law No. 105.1 will  establish tho foos roqulrod to Issuo a.dovolopment permit,  The above Is a synopsis of By-law Noa, 96.32, 96.34 qnd 105.1  and Is nol doomod to bo an Intorprotatlon of tho by-laws. Thoso bylaws may be Inspected at the Regional District offlco, 1248 Wharf  Street, Sochelt, B.C. during office hours;-namely Monday to Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Thursday and Friday, 8:30 a.m.  Jfto 3:43 p.m, " " ���-������:���':"���'������: rr- "- ' "":- ���-������   Sunshlno Coast Regional District  Box 800, Socholt, B.C,  -VON 3A0~>-�����  , .885.226.C-..ir���~..,.   -  ���> .^vsuot .39, 1978., SPT,  ,  September 6, 1970   SPT   ,  #������������������))��'#'-������>"���.-f*f-w��Wi*-��i.-ii-ii mm, ,iMai,  .1 , - ���  Mrs, AtG, ProHsloy,  Socrotary-Troasuror  Tvzmw  lW frJ�� $L  hpi^Rjr'*M��i<%f-^3^tW D  *WW��i>��l����*py��*'ll*WW.��JW -W  . V  '   p*��Wi K ^Hj ���(��(( $  i.'.m >* (WW** H^r    *"���*���!   n  !}*-���<    (-aT#ft�� <p-��jew<siHftrMl I\  ... \.  1    'y  '     .         ���   ti  ���     -h  ��� '   -/    I  . \     u  \ i-  .1  *4  t-i  4  1  ��� .      .i  Wednesday, Sept. 6  CHANNEL, 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8,   CHANNEL 9   CHANNEL ll   CHANNEL 12   CHANNEL 13"  12:00     Sum. Unlimited -All My Children  Hollywood Sqs.    Newa .  J2:30���-Search-for-^Tom,���Gont^d; Bays~of Ida Clarkson  1:00     Bob  McLean         One Life             - Our Lives -           Sanford ~& Son  1:30     Cont'd. to Live The Doctors Marcus Welby  News  As World. Turns  Cont'd.  Guiding Light  Your Move-  Movie:  . Grizzly Adams.  Cont'd.  ���Summer���  Program  Begins at  4:00  p.m.  -News   Jeannie  Movie:  Mambo  -Prlce-IS-"  Right  All in Family  Dr. in House  -~Air~My~Cfilldren  Cont'd.  Vancouver  Cont'd.  2:00  2:30  3:00  3:30  Hoe. Hoe  Edge-of Night  High Hopes  ���Take 30  General  Hospital  Edge of Night  Merv Griffiln  Another  Confd.  Movie:  Fade In  World  Cont'd. ���  Edge of Night.  High Hopes  Take 30  Cont'd.  M.A.S.H.  Dinah  Cont'd.  .Another World  Cont'd.  Alan  Hamel  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Confd.  Popeye  Banana  Splits  M.A.S.H.  Hillbillies  Match Game  Jeannie  Confd..  .Party Game  Going Places  Spiderman  4:00 Howard Pres. Confd.  4:30 Vision On Confd.  5:00 Celebrity   Cooks News  5:30 All  ln Family Confd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd  Newlywed  Gm.  News  Child's Show  Flipper  Doris Day  News  Emergency  One  Cont'd.  News  Confd.  Lucy Show  Emergency  Confd.  Gong Show  Sesame Street  Confd.  Mr. Rogers  Electric  Co. _  Super  Stars  Leave to Beaver  I Love Lucy  -Partr Family -  Funorama  Gilligan's  Island  My 3 Sons  I Love Lucy  Little Rascals  Part. Family   -  Petti. Junction  Hollywood Sqs.  6:00  6:30  7:00  7:30  Hourglass  Confd.  Mary T. Moore  Baseball:-  Confd.  Confd.  Husky Football  Hollywood   Confd. .-  Confd. '.  Seattle  Courtroom Door  Confd.   ���  Confd.  Wav.   Wonders  Baseball:   ���  Confd.  Mary T. Moore  Tell-the Truth-  Family -Feud    -  News  Football;   " Grizzly Adams  ��� Cont'd.  Zoom -  Over Easy  News  Life Around Us  Brady BUnch  My 3 Sons  -   - ���  Hogan's Heroes  Adam-12  Andy Griffith  Gong Show  Joker's  Wild  Wives of Pat.  Carol Burnett  Bob Newhart  Vancouver  Cont'd.  8:00  8:30  9:00  -9:30-  Milwaukee  at Toronto  Confd.  -Confd.������  8 Is Enough  Confd.  Roots _    . _  ^=Pt-2^  Joe Namath &  Wav. Wonders  .Eddie-Capra   -  "Mysteries  Milwaukee -  at Toronto  ^cant*<L=i=  Cont'd.  Dr.  Strange  Confd.  =Confd.-=^=--  Confd.  8 Is Enough  Confd.  ���Movlei���'   Neptune   Perfermances  ..Cont'd.   -Confd.   Confd.  Duel in  -the Sun  ������  -Everest"the~  Hard Way  Newlywed Game  Merv Griff in   Cont'd;  Confd.  Cont'd.  Confd. :.-  Roots  Pt. 2  10:00  10:30  11:00  11:30  Confd.  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Vancouver  Cont'd.  8:00  8:30  9:00  9:30  Duchess of  Duke St.  Variety  ConfaV-^  Happy Days-:-  Cont'd.     ���*  Roots::    - - ���  Pt: 4  T.B.A.  T.B.A.��� -  -  Eddie Capra  Mysteries  Duchess of  Duke St.  Natalie  Cole  Cont'd.  Cont'd^ '''���"  Cont'd.  Movie:   .  Something for  Wonder  Woman  Sword of  Justice  Wn. Review  Wall Street  Theatre':   ���.  ConFST^-^  Dating Game,  T.B.A.  _Hot~Gity/Dlsco  Cont'd.  Newlywed Game  Merv Griffin  Cont'd.  Confd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Roots  PL 4  0  ���  By ROBERT FOXALL  Schopl starts again September 5, a sure  sign {hat we seniors will be swinging into  our fall and winter activities. In fact,  before this is in print the Executive pf Br.  69 will have begun planning for an active  and fruitful winter season. I hear, too, that  carpet bowling will be well under way as  "someehthusi^tsYai^hS^X^eir^firsr  session of the newvseason on Labor Day.  Anyway, mark your calendars to show  carpet bowling every Monday afternoon  starting at 1:30 p.m.  The regular monthly meetings will  commence on Thursday, September 21. It  should be an interesting meeting because  we are to have a speaker, Mr. Gordon  Hall, who will bring us more information  about the proposed extended'care unit.  ~Thirls~som*thing-N6r69Tia^  vocating for a long time so it is fitting that  we should play close attention and give  Mr. Hall and those working with him our  fullest support.  " Dave Hayward has asked "that all  members should bring their entries for the  Summer Photo Contest to the monthly  meeting. Remember the theme is  "Happiness Is".  To show that the Executive has not  been idle during the summer we also have  a speaker for the October meeting- This  will be Evelyn Olsen, our provincial  president, who lives on the Peninsula at  Silver Sands. Evelyn is sure to have an  interesting message for us.  I was most disappointed to. miss the'  Lions picnic but from all I hear it was  another bang up affair on a par with their  earlier picnics I have attended. My mouth  waters when I think of what I" missed.  Barbequed Salmon and Baron of-Beef-with~  all the f ixins. Mother Nature was kind and  the sun broke out and brightened the day.  Another roar of-approval from No. 69.   ,,  f ���  Tum out to this first meeting of the new  season and bring along those new neighbours. They toill be welcomed to sharej in  the fun_we_have. _   _.._ .---__    i. __  MNMMW  -  1m\  GARDEN BAY  TOT LOT  [Playschool]  REGISTRATION  September 14th  10-12 a.m.  Irvines Landing Hall  Registration Fee: $10  Children 5 & Under  \ -       For further information  883-9205  IMMMMMVMMMWIMIMWMMM)  utiti&tfc  SUNSHINE COAST TV  ': SALES & SERVICE  IN THE  V  OF SECHELT  885-9816  Ask about our  "Package" deals.  ;^g> Mark of Quality  APPLIANCES & TELEVISIONS  -10:0<T  10:30  11:00  11:30  Zoo Gang  Cont'd.  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Ph Chuck  Williams at 8B3-2649 for furthor Info.  -Sopt, 8��V~ Socholt Marsh'SoeloffMomboBKIpDHv^TTra1l��ay'1Mali7T6T'  4.  Sopt. 9 ��� Sunshlno Coast Arts Council garago salo, Whlltakor Houso, 10-5,  Sopt. 11 ��� Carpot Bowling, Sr Citizens Hall, Socholt, 1:30 pm  Sopt 11 Halfmoon Bay Rocroatlon Commission Mooting, Wolcomo Doach  Hall, 7:30 pm.  Sopt 11   - Wilson Crook Communlly Assoc'n Gonoral Mooting, Wilson  Crook Community Hall, 0 pm. For further Infocqll 885-5422.  Sept. 11 8,48 ��� Htodslofl Pr��.Natol CIossm ott��r��d by Public H��olfh  Nurso, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., Chatoloch School, Womon up tc 6 mo,  pregnant wolcomo. Bring huibandi, For Info and pro>rogl��trotlon, flflft-'  2220, ll'a Frool  Sopt, 12 ��� Sunshlno Coast Curling Club Oonoral Mooting, 0:30, at Iho  arona,  Sopt, 12 ��� Elphlnitono Electors Ass'n Monthly Mooting, Codar Grovo  School, 0 pm  Sept. M ��� Socholt Auk. to St, Mory'a Hospital Monthly Mooting, St, Hlldo'i-,  -     Hall, 2 pmN v..,  J'Pli3\:z. Sochelt Scouts Porenia Mooting, 5t, Hilda's Hnll, 8 pm. *  Sopt, r\\ - Monthly Mooting Sr, C|ll��ens Dr 69, Sr Cltlrem Hall, SorhoH,  1:30 pm,  EVERY SATURDAY -- Do you havo oxtra froth vogotablok, homo baking or  preserves that you would llko to sell? Wo would like to contribute our  outsldo area ovory Saturday. Plooso lolk lo Nancy Of Pa����v at J'ftn-  fnngTA,' 5��cTioH.' 885-381B.' \  , ,, USE THIS SPACE TO PROMOTE YOUR ORGANIZATION'S EVENTS  ������-.'" ,��� ITSPREE. CAU��8a.3231. ,  \\%  VW-V  ���ywr*K*i<":^.  iiVij >:i,biiiii,ii'wit'iiti,'ii),i ii  ���*%.'������������' '���������'.  ..famf^ ���#**'"'.*,'  mm^^^'^^mm^m^  (tC^^Ss^-^iS^-iR^"*  - s< rt]*WS=-��li��i>>JP1wjl"w^lf1>f **1m��*J ���t*l(t,<��i��*<i,l��ll��I|A#  ����*��# rffKsKjj'  ���^iiiikii^w^Kmmt��^*tMi^vmiii!w>��i^ ���*  Tmirw^^jlrt^  iWt1** JH��^SljB��l I4i  jtinv^J*��w,IM^iW����iiJ-iwii��i��^*>i'��(  iiHH. M-tHw*1!*��WWfcW*^tfc>lS^^  ttmriK.&**^mvK>i?3vm>^K^'ii^^  \  I I.  /' / Page A-8  The Peninsula Timesr  Wednesday, Sept 6,1978  PAINT  4  with  Here are some of the many bargains still available  during our Big Fall Sale...  GET READY FOR WINTER NOW AND SAVE ON  FIREPLACE ACCESSORIES.  NORGLO ��� 4 piece tool sets, includes poker, brush, shovel and stand. Comes in 3 attractive finishes  BLACK  MATTE  *13.78  HAMMERED  SWEDISH STEEL  $29.78  BLACK  MATTE  $8.78  ^WOODHOLDERS  Finished to complement your screen and tool sets  HAMMERED  SWEDISH STEEL  *13.78  BRASS  PLATED  PLUS  FIRESCREENS- GRATESS- ETC.  fMcCuHoch Pro Mac 510-16"  CHAIN SAW  38 cc engine andjajojiojJeaturesr  '186.78  Great for cutting firewood!  All Purpose Rechdrgable  FIRE EXTINGUISHER  ���&'  $17J8  General Purpose Metal  FOLDING LEGS  $i��7S  PLUS  CLEARANCE  25%  OFF  PANELLING  [STOCK ONLY]  UlDDUlMu  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  y  '���*Cp*.i',;r..,,.;,\te'i����-r*i'ii*'  ... a toxturod, adlf-vulcanizing rubber  aoamloaa dock coating, you RQLLON In  two oasy coats. No moro Trowolllno, slippy  roll on two coata of now SPANTEX  Texturo-Tread for a tough', roslllont, aoamloaa waterproof docK that will laaLfor yoara.  ��� SPANTEX Texturo-Tread In 3 colours,  ��� SPANTEX Colour Coat avallablo In  a cholco of Custom Colours.    JlMfl��"*wir^  Spantex samples in 3 colors  fPIWRTiX^u: ^ '7i,rf::iv<r.m..:X^.,,A'mX:.'A' ��� ��� .,���   .;' f'' '--"r .���.'..>������ ��������� ;'��� ���-  Drop in today to see  ����Ml PAINT  v U'A'i  ''"^"Wp    '**<T   ''p'1"1     **'���  �� M��W������HH��l��  i ttwmmwrmm  *#i��t|r&'*W-3(p''4WM-\^^ jW  r�� VJIqilift* WS-s^fr-^^**^^  ti       . J    .  S lVW��^**BWBS>^^V^����!l*MN^^  ���4��-swspMfc>n��  ,r ��-w ��      ����L ~fl * 'wMtH^*  J  , V    t  'I 'k  ;}'. ���/.-,'  ���-i-y-  \ i.  V  1$  I    V-    v*  THE DRIVER OF this Pacific-  Transport truck suffered only minor  lacerations August 29 when the  vehicle tipped into the ditch at the S-  bend near Sebhelt Elementary school.  A load of "newsprint was removed  from the trailer before it could be  towed out of the ditch. The driver, an  Aldergrove man, has been charged  with driving without consideration for  others using the highway.  Thieves get  pennies  Sechelt RCMP report that the Sechelt  Esso waa broken into August 26. ThieVes  stole a battery and 20 to 30 cents in pennies  from the cash drawer. ���   *��� j ^^'z^  A breakin was reported at the Sechelt  Fjre Hall August 28. It is not yet known if  aftything is missing, but entry was,gained  by smashing a side wihdow.  A springer spaniel and a cross-breed  afghan were found at the Tillicum Bay  d&mpground Agust 29. The owners can  contact the Sechelt RCMP for further  ''information, '7..:. _���::���_,:....' _.:-....--���- - ���  A radio was stolen from a boat in  Garden Bay on August 26.  Police received complaints last week  about "hot rodding" in Davis Bay and  noisy  trail   bikes   in; the   Tsawcdihe  ^&i?ReijBfioim,-~._~ ������-  Band clarifies utility corridor stand  Sechelt Indian Band Chief Calvin  Craigan led a band delegation to the  regional board meeting last Thursday "to  clarify our position on the utility  corridor."  Band advisor Derwyn Owen told the  board that the province had offered to  work out a corridor through their land, but  said Owen, "This would potentially put a  wedge between the regional board and the  band, at least in a political sense."  He said the band was prepared to  continue its support of the Regional  subsequently told Lockstead that he intended to review the matter and let him  know his decision "in two or three weeks."  The Regional District has been attempting for some time to acquire  Cooper's Green as a park, and directors  are worried that transfer of the road  allowance will place the property out of  reach financially.  LAST GASP  Area C Director Charles Lee attempted  one more time Thursday to secure a board  and Mr. Mulligan's has been less than  parliamentary. You have supported^Mr.  Mulligan ih some rather vicious  statements." "  - The question of Harrison's statemenns,  including his criticism of Public Works  Supt. Gordon Dixon, were referred to the  board's management committee for  further closed-door discussion. ~  condemnation of the Press articles  District   in   seeking   a   "headland   to   criticizing   local   politicians'   dinner '  meeting at public expense.  The move failed, when he was unable to  secure a seconder for his motion.  c.   u i*      ��� u*   u j m    t  *u���       Lee responded then that ne could only ,  ~rla���^ articles "as beiflgtrue and feir-     '  agreement with the province.  headland" corridor through the Sechelt  Isthmus. He said band officials had heard  that the board, under pressure to provide a  new water line to service the area west of  STONEWORK  Stone facing ��� Fireplace  & Chimney Repairs  <*�� ANDY 886-2821  SALES  LEASING  SERVICE  PARTS  TOWING  Using Gulf  Products  GSui  885-5111  Oadgc  Next To St Mary's Hospital, Sochelt (DO 2180)  ThpnouK  Oodgejnicks  immimmiiimmmwmmwmtm  J  ^Q-^S^V^JV;  GIBSONS  A North Fletcher road resident told  police someone entered his home 'August  30 and stole 24 cans of beer and i$155 in  silver dollars. The thief broke a bedroom  window to gain entry to the house.  A Craftsman sender valued at $100 and  a package of grease gun tips were stolen  August 28 from a motor vehicle on Pratt  Road.  All kinds of new Items being unpacked  now '������ part of our Christmas order just in.  Come and browse, and get some ideas for  your Christmas list! ��� Missi Bee's,  Sechelt.  Owen said the major problem seemed  to be not the physical creation of the  corridor, but the notion of setting up a joint  commission, which would include local  authorities, to regulate ttie corridor.  ; ���  "I think we're at the point now where  _people~are starting to pick out one or  another party as the scapegoat," he said.  "They say B.C. Hydro doesn't want it, or  the band is holding it back,        '  "We want to make it clear that we're  supporting the Regional District."  -^Director-JinrMeteters^reur^"passal&"  of a motion to strike a committee including  the Regional District, Village of Sechelt,  and the band to work out a plan ^possibly  modifying or dropping the comihission,  and have one more go at securing  provincial cooperation.  COOPER'S GREEN  MLA Don Lockstead told the Times  that the order in council transferring the  contentious former road allowance at the  east side of Cooper's Green to the Cooper  estate will likely remain unsigned for at  least a couple more weeks.  He said Highways Minister Alex Fraser  had visited the property last week and had  Board Chairman Harry Almond said  that although he did "deplore the way it  was said," he felt that the editor of that  publication "Was quite entitled to his  .opinion." ..��� ���    '        ������   ���;.' A-y:'\  Lee said he never intended his motion  as a restriction on the freedom of the  press. "It was directed against abuse, not  use," he said. ��,  HARRISON AGAIN  Chairman Harry Almond tried again  Thursday to persuade Area Director Joe  Thatthe Regional District had attempted  to "take over" an independent waterworks  district.  Harrison, who previously admitted to  "an error in geography" in stating that  that system was Hopkins Landing when he  intended Granthams Landing, told  Almond that there was "perhaps an error  in my understanding" and he would be  willing to re-examine the facts in the case.  Wherf Almond failed to find this sufficient and continued to press for a  retraction, Harrison responded, "I think 1  have a right to my opinion. I don't intend to  be badgered and embarrassed ��� by the  chairman. It sterns to me that your action  NOW is the TIME  . rlOMELITE  A.C. 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Produces  hotter spark which fires spark plug* with  high voilago and extends plug life, No  moving parts ollmlnatos both wear and  nood for adjustment. ,t  16 Ibs, 0 on,, 29" max, bar  i^t��\ani^,���.,,^.f,,i..  XL-90A  MUITI'PURPOSE SAW  Dependable |Homo|lto power for cutting  stool, stono, concroto, cast Iron,  ceramics and composition malarial,  Vory handy, 26 Ibs, (11,0 kg) Saw for  masons A contractors,  'I   .1  AlVI  7^^wm^y����^  :p'  -,,-������ ly-,-  liti*^^  ,'("!  I' ..".     M  \:,:"'"::::  pMW*����S���� p*f��weJt iW  ' -i    V  "*u( " �� r��'tm'*r  ��1W  �����*. I-Wi  *l"ntit�� j��iisW����it; *��  ji% w,n*s��iiniin   ��  7 'I  .. r  \ pv-  ������ ll.,. > J^y...X.  ���   7  v -   t  ^k  PHONE  885-3231  PageB-2    The Peninsula Times      Wed, Sept 6,1978  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Phone 885-3231  Work Wanted  For Rent  Business Opportunities Livestock  For Sale  Legal Notices  Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula Times  for Westpres Publications Ltd.   at.Sechelt. 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Ph. 885-5782.     . 4672-31  DRESSMAKING     7nd  alterations. Wilson Creek-  Davis Bay area. Ph. 885-"  . \______\  "    4727-31  : "WHAT DO YOIJ EXPECT  .  FROM A TREE SERVICE?  ���Experienced, insured work?  ���Prompt, guaranteed  .service?      - -���  ���Fair estimates? '  Then give us a call:  PEERLESS  TREE SERVICES LTD.  885-2109  758-tfn  Announcements  OPENING SOON.  Sechelt  Ceramics. For information  regarding classes, call 885-  5538. .  460741  MULTI-FAMILY yard sale.  ���-Toys/: treasures & trivia.  Sat., SepTT9, 10-lrWelcome  Beach Community lot. 4783-41  Personal  PHOTOGRAPHSpublished in  . The Peninsula Times can be  ordered for your own use at  The Times office.    * 1473-tfn  Help Wanted  Obituary  PELLETIER: Passed away  August 27, 1978, Alcide  Pelletier, late of Roberts  :5Creek,���B7C-.v-agea -82 years.  Survived by a number of close  friends. Served with the Royal  Canadian Engineers in First  World War. Resided at  Britannia Beach from 1918 to  1961. Funeral service was held  Thursday, August 31 at Devlin  Funeral. Home, Gibsons.  Reverend D. Brown officiated. Cremation.     4739-41  SITTER REQ.  for l-yr.-old  child. -Mon.7. Wed. -&Fri. - 9-  a.m.-3:30 p.m. Sandy Hook-  ���Sechelta����a,885*2790.-465141,  4VON ���-  To Buy or Sell Call  885-2183 or 886-9166  -, ---:-���;-   -4642-44  CLAPP CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing. All  types of Concrete Work.  Patios, Floors, Foundations.  Driveways, Custom Work.  Concrete leakage problems.  Seepage or high pressure  leaks.  Phone Wayne Clapp  for free estimates  885-2125  after 7 p.m.  Box 1341 Sechelt  . .   ._      ___        ��� 4437-tfn  .ULTRADECK_  by-Trodan-  "The ultimate in fiberglass  sundecks"  GIBSONS, Sargent Rd., 3  bdrm home with fireplace. 2  blk school & shopping,  Fabulous view. Huge sundeck,  fenced yard. Avail. Sept. 8.  Must have references. $325  per mo, 886-920Q.   - - - : 464741  WATERFRONT    2    bdrm  ���apartmentrAvailr Sept. 15r 7_  Isles, Madeira Park, 885-3910  eves. < -      477943  FULLY FURN. new 1 bdrm  suite, incl. light, heat,  dishes & linen, $200 permo. 1  blk. from Sunnycrest Plaza.  886-9102. 478243  Wanted to Rent  RESPONSIBLE professional  couple   seek   waterfront  home to rent year round.  Willing to assume caretaking.  duties. 886-9508. 464341  Real Estate  FOR &\LE 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  CHASTER RD Lot 67 x 123'  __partlyV: cleared, ready���foR  buUding, close to school  . $10,000,886-9984. tfn  886-2953  4487-tf  *  In Memoriam  ...\  JONES: In loving memory of  ���our dear son; Craig who  passed away Sept. 3,1973.  Nothing can ever take away  The love a heart holds dear,  Fond memories linger every  . day. ...._..  Remembrance keeps  him  near.       A  Ever remembered by/his  loving   parents   Bud   and  Cynthia & Family, Howard,  Bud, Norm, Lome & Cyndie.  475641  Card of Thanks  _: \   WE WOULD like to thank all  our kind frierids\for the  beautiful cardsV of  congratulations and^good,  wishes which we received on  the occasion of our 50th  wedding anniversary,  celebrated op August 23,1978.  ���Ted and Bessie Shaw. 4759-  ���l.'   '-IlL.!,!���I      l���|, ...        I..I.II.I       1,11 .111.1..        II      |'|    t      , ������ ,rilM  Personal  '���': ALCOHOLICS   anonymous  meetings 8:30 p.m. every  - ~Wednesdayr-Maaeira Park  ,   Community Hall. 883-9260 or  883-9238;   . 4452-tfn  THE DATE of your life is in  our computer's memory  banks. Our space-age process  will unearth the right match to  your aspirations, motivations  and tastes. No personal inv-  terview. Write: Date-World,  Suite 300B, 885 Dunsmuir St.,  ���*' Vancouver V6C 1N7. Phone  688-5444. 476741  RESPONSIBLE  person- to  work-Sundays 9 a.m..-Jo'7  p.m. Light housekeeping and  meal preparation. 885-5728.  474741  REQUIRE FULLY and-or  part-time experienced  shingle sawyers & packers.  Also part-time experienced  shingle fitter-filer. R.H.  Crosby, Days 885-3612, eves.  886-7334. .   475341  PART-TIME cook" required.  - Lord Jim's Lodge. 885-2232.  476042  COMMUNITY Health Nurse  ���required-for Smith sub  office. Preparation and experience in Public Health  preferred. Some treatment  service" involved. Apply immediately to: Director,  Athabasca Health Unit, PO  Box 1140, Athabasca, Alta.  "T0Gi>BDrPhoinrl--675323fc  For Rent  FOR RENT:   Wilson Creek  Community  Hall.   Contact  Bonnie Wigard at 885-9403.  3691-tfn  GARDEN BAY - Vfe duplex for  rent - furnished,, for July-  Sept. 30. $225 per month. Light  and fuel incl. 883-9676.4906. tfn  FOUR BDRM mobile home.  Set-up   in   West   Sechelt  Trailer Park. Ref. required.  Ph. 885-2600. tfn  PRATT ROAD, large lot,  76'x 125'   cleared   and   in  fruit trees, $12,500.886-2155.  .     4364-tfn  TUWANEK. Lot overlooking  Lambs Bay. Serviced with  water & power. By CHgner, 112-  226-5019. 4381-tfn  LEASE a lot near beach for  mobile home, $85 per mo.  885-3636 or 926-1024.       4512-tf  PENDER HARBOUR:  charming, peaceful  seclusion on view lot near lake  & sea, paved road, elec. etc.  $500 down, 8 pet. int., FP  $8,000. Collect 768-5659,  Jeanette Davidson, RR 3,  449641.  ONCE ONLY. High profit.  Vending business for sale in  your community. Requires  only once per month attention. .  Write: Stride Industries, 12071  King George Highway,  Surrey, B.C. V2V 3K7.  477641  PROFITABLE opportunity to  ~ participate in thriving class  food service establishment.  Gibsons. $16,000. 885-9560,  evenings. 452945  Mobile Homes  MOBILE HOME space, neai  Sandy Beach on full lot. $75  permo. 885^3636. 4264-tf  7412 x 68 Statesman, 3 bdrms,  all appliances, drapes, w-w  carpet,  immed.   possession.  $12,500,886-9489.     .    456442  12x48 2 bdrm Moduline,  $7,800 no dp; 12 x 68 3 bdrm  Gendall, $10,400, no dp. 926-  1024. 4786-tfn  .   ������    ���    .������^H ���   .    P.I. ������ II .1   IIP!   I���        ������      Ml   ���  MOBILE HOME spaces one  hour from Vancouver in  beautiful treed park at Cultus  Lake. Adult and family sections; cablevision, club house,  recreation playgrounds. Sign  __upbefore October and receive-  three months free rent. Call  858-3196. 477741  10 x 52' 2 BDRM. 883-9115  .,   days, 883-2671 eves.   461541  SACRIFICE SALE! 197412x64  Statesman, fully furn. incl.  washer and dryer,, drapes,  7x24' porch. Fully skirter and  set up in Family Park near  beach. FP $11,500. Ph. 885-  5495. 4665-31  10'x54' SKYLINE, furnished,  $4800. Ph. 485-5851 after 6  p.m. 6656-31  PUREBRED,   registered���4-  year-old Jersey cow, in calf,  gentle. ���4-H trained;  family  cow. $400 firm. Ph. 886-2315.  4694-31  Lost  ���3- COMPLETE .fishingf-outfits-  left on beach at Wakefield  Inn Aug. 28.  Reward.  Ph.  coUect (112) 433-0682.   474643  POMR3EARlHnnigl40b;  zoom telescope $95; 3 brass  antique swords on wood  plaque $400;. pr. carved wood  enclosures with speakers  $350; pr. Chinese tapestries  $80; asstrlg. plush cushions,  reas. 885-2801.) 478441  Pets  ^rFT. ^WOODEN"evestrbugh,"  64 ft. galv. down pipe, 9  galv. elbows, not new - but in  good cond. Pick up lot for $35.  885-3506. 474041  Campers and Trailer?  FREE  TO  good homes.  3  adorable & healthy kittens.  886-9508.   , 475541  GOOD* HOME needed for ah  adorable little male apricot  poodle. 5 mos. old. Free. Ph.  885-5362.    , 473641  FOR  SALE  10  month  old  cocker    spaniel,    maler  blonde. 885-34817. 473341  Wanted to Buy  (WANTED - BEAR CLAWS).  Will pay cash for bear claws  and badger claws. For further  infonhation write Fi Tidd,  Box 351, Sicamous, B.C. VOE  2V0.     ; '._-_, :/434943  %'��COPPER water pipe, bath  vanity sink, cast iron tub,  dble. s-s kitchen sink, propane  cook   stove,   windows,   will  -remove.-Phr886-9292-between-  -5--7-p.m. -  ._ - 4689-31  SMALL   Electric   cement  mixer. 883-2666.        474243  OLD POST cards, covers,  coins, stamps, most antiques. Write or ship for my  cash- offer. Will travel to  evaluate large holdings,  collectibles. 106 - 655 Victoria  St., Kamloops, B.C. V2C 2B3.  477541  NR. MADERIA Park. Deluxe  furn. chalet WF, great    Westbank,V0H2A0  view.  $260 per  mo.  Resp.      ��� -  persons only. 941-2444 or 464-  3081. 461641  '76 CUSTOM built 8%' cab-  over camper. Hydr^ jacks, 2_  water systems, 12V, -"110V  elec. stove & icebox. Exc.  cond. 885-2600. 4745-tfn  Cars and Trucks  For Sale  FISHER woddburning stove  with the 10 year guarantee  can be seen at Radio Shack, J  &C Electronics. 4855-tfn  ,TWO 1 bdrm duplexes, one 2  ���bdrm duplex. One 2 bdrm  house. 886-2530. 460941  CLEARED view lot, septic  tank, water, power and  blacktop. Marble Rd., Wilson  Creek. F.P. $12,500. A. Simpkins. Ph. 885-2688.       4726-31  BLACK VW Thing, exc. cond.,  19^4, 3,600 miles very rare.  Wide tires and- .-mags* extractor. $3,500. After 6 p.m.  Ph. 112-926-9649. 4688-31  LADIES, Mens. Childrens,  Maternity Clothing, 'New &  Nearly New'. Encore  Boutique, 2445 Marine Dr., W.  Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon-Sat,  10-5. 4457-tf  HANDELGARTH    piano.  Upright, ��750. 885-9471 aft.  noon. 475241  ���  ���i ' ���'  I-     ������      ���  ��� m>     m,   m.. imiM    .    m, ..   i  12 FT.  Aluminum  encased  styrofoarn-floats���IdeaHfor-  making wharves. 885-5698.  - 475743  ALL FURNISHINGS in suite  for sale. Reasonable. 886-  2449. '    . .  476241  1CCM 2-wheel bike; 1CCM 3-  - wheel bike. 886-2767. 476341  "SOUND POST". MaU order  business, in stereo. Akai  cassette deck 34 D $239. Akai  deck 709 D $399. Moha cassette  adapter for 8-track machines  $46. Postage extra. Please  write: Sound Post, Box 94521,  Richmond, B.C. ���V6Y 2V6.  Phone 9464816. 477141  DOORS! B.C.'s lowest prices!  :"~Pre-hurijg~ Interior" $14.90;  pre-hung Exterior $32;-fancy-  doors $39. Huge Stock!  Walker's. Phone 266-7211,1366  S.W. Marine Drive, Vancouver V6P5Z9. 477244  160 ACRE- FARM, 110  cultivated, in middle of  booming oil industry, priced  to seU $47,000. 500 gal milk  cooler, like new $2,500. Phone,  (403) 356-2601.. Hythe, Alta.  T0H2C0. 477841  VACUUM CLEANER, garbage burner, 100 volt h.w.  tank, occasional chair & other  furniture. Camping equip.,  new hockey equip, roof rack &  more. 885-9976. 478841  WAKE-UP! SHAPE UP!A J^\  . . ������'   WALK!     .;"    pjuna'pacmnW,  A '���:. ��� Walk 'a Nwk.l.KJiiv.  Form No. 1  LAND ACT (  NOTICE OF INTENTION  TO APPLY FOR    -  ,     A DISPOSITION OF  .   CROWN LAND   In Land recording District-of-  "New     Westminster   , and_  situated within the Village of '  Sechelt.  Take  notice  that the  Cor---  r>ration  of the Village  of  ech'elt,     occupation  Municipality, intends to apply-  for a lease of the foUowing v  described lands:  (a) Lot 10, District Lot 1647,  New Westminster District  JJrjDiipLl,-.Planj4567-containin|r_  5 acres.  The purpose for which the  disposition is required is for a  public works yard.  Thomas Wilson Wood,  Village Clerk  Dated August 25,-1978.  4721-spt pub. Aug. 30, Sept. 6,  1978  .A :   XX  THERE MUST BE AN  EASIER WAY.  Check lights regularly.  -IwBEDROOWLCOTIAGE-in^  AS NEW!!  476942  TRUCK DRIVERS over 20  required. Body jobs, accept  24 hour call, good wages.  Write Circle D Transport, Box  1809, Brooks, Alta. T0J 0J0.  '    "���'* 477041  AVAILABLE immed., partly      Roberts    Creek    within '"'73% ton Ford Econoline Van.  furn.   bachelor  suite   in    walking distance of Beach. V8std,32,000*ni,HDsusp,HD  central Gibsons. Ph. 886-7490   Newly redecorated inside and heater, bucket seats^radio,  or886-2597.                 4666-31    out, good starter home for ps.pb, new paint, sliding door  young couple. Year-round w-wdw,   rear   vent   wdw,  creek. $25,000. Ph. 885-2573 or  886-9022. 4730-31  Work Wanted  JOURNEYMAN Shipwright  seeks work. Exp. in all  aspects boatbuilding; house  carpentry & cabinet work.  Reliable worker, reas. rates.  For free est. & professional  job, call AUan May, 885-6765.  , ,    '  ~~��� ~..Jt571BL  EVERGREEN  LANDSCAPING  Complete landsoaping service. Reg. sch. lawn & garden  care.iDon't do it twice... CaU  us first.  , Free Estimates  885-5033  4986-tfn  Use Tlmo* AdbrUfil  I  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  3 lines for $2.15  Run your ad 3 times for the price of 2.  IVIn( your od In Iho tqunrui, fin mro lo leovo ci lilnnk ��pcir.. ollor ooch  word, ' ' ', ,  riiioo lino* It $2,15. Each additional lino Ii 60c,  Tak* ndyantaqt ol our ipaclal lavlnpi,  �� Run your ad twit* -- th* third llm* Ii FREE.  " II you pay lor your ad th* Saturday h*tor* publication you g*t a  rilicaunt ������ ������ 2 Sc lor I lm*rtloil ��� SOc for 3,  ''I  Mall u> your ad, or drop It old  In S*ch*ll at th* Panlmula Tlm���� Olllc*  ,,.���.,  In Glhian�� at th* Arbutu��Ii**        ���,.,..,..,,.�����.���,,.,���,���,..���,.,..,��.������.,������.��..  "I  I  I  $190.    HALFMOON    BAY,  waterfront, furn. 2 bdrm.  cottage. Lease til June. Ph. ~  112-433-3610. 4680-31  HOTEL LAKE, 1 bdrm. furn.  unit, elec. heat , fireplace.  Avail. Sept. 15 - May 30. $150  per mon. Ph. 883-2354.  4684-31  3 BEDROOM home, sauna,  fireplace, dble. carport, 600  sq. ft. shop bldg. $310 per mon.  AvailSept.lst.Ph.883-  -2406.-  ,_4695r31.  $300 PER MON. 2 bdrm., 2  bath., 1 year old, elec. heat  and fire place on Pebble Cres.,  Sechelt. A. Simpkins, Box 517,  Sechelt. Ph. 885-2688.    4725-31  NEW   HOUSE   Redrooffs.  Avail. Sept. 1, $325 per mo.  Vancouver, 591-6287.    4632-41  ������Jt-m,- ��� -iiM-i.ii-.. ������������,.��������� ' .,.���-,,-  WHY RENT? Buy a mobile  home for less money per  mo. No dn. pay. For appt. 926-  1024 or 885-3636. 4654-41  LOOKING FOR   ;  TENANTS?  Let us look after the renting of  your property and be a  carefree landlord CaU Chuck  Dowman or Ken Wells at 885-  3271.  Century21    '  Century West  ���Real Estate (1978) Ltd;        ' 4731-40  shelving etc. for tradesman.  Call 883-9913  '  s- :.���������; 7.''������ 4670-41  '73 CAMARO 2 dr htp, 8 cyl.  ill.- estate  476543  Good cond. Must se  closure. 885-2963. .  700'x 80'    FLAT    lot    on  Redrooffs Rd.  Close  to  Welcome Beach. 885-9347  '65 VW BEETLE. Good run.  cond.,  good  tires,   radio,  $600,885-2675. ,4789-41  "70 TOYOTA Corona 4 dr.  auto, 1 owner, $1,000-obo.  ,.Ph.885r9708._.._... ...��� 4734-411,  Boats and Engines  DAVIS BAY. New home with  view. 3 bdrm, 2 fp, double  glass; ensuite, stove & fridge,   *����.��. ��.  $350 per mo. 885-3773.    4646-41    447-6682.  WANTED.  Lot  or  lot  and  smaU  cabin   at  Sakinaw  Lake. Ph. Van. 435-2805.  4764-  43       ,     )  68 MOUNTAIN acres,  southern exposure; 8 acres  pasture. New small house,  gravity water. Friendly  neighbours. No power, $37,000.  G. Rempel, Box, 46. Grand  Forks, B.C. V0H 1H0. Phono  4773-41  26 FT. REINELL sailboat. 3  sails,    trailer.    15    hp  478543   Evinrude. $9,900. 886:9984  -    4967-tfn  DUPLEX Davis Bay. 1 block    FOR SALE in Garden Bay -  ���   ���   -    ��� cleared lot with driveway.  Ready for building. 883-9197  aft. 6. 478(M3  The Peninsula Times Classifieds !  Box 310 Sechelt, B.C.  V0N3A0  CLASSIFICATION  T"  iU-' r... .'. ...#,  :i  ���"NuitHr-"'-'"  Aridrtii  WifnfCod*  ��215!  60��   i  60'  j  60e  i  i  UlNo.  mm ^^ ^^ ^mm T^^ w  the Peninsula Times Classifieds  from school. 2 bdrm, no  appliance. Avail, immed. $200  por mo. 885-9719. 4787-41  FURNISHED W-F ono bedm  houso to responsible tenant.  Ph. 885-9708. 4735-41  1 BDRM W-F fully furn cot-  ,. tago. $247.60 per,mo. Avail,...  Immed; 883-0098.        4738-tfn  1   BDRM   W-F   fully  furn.  cottage, $228 per mo. AvaU.  Oct. 1.883-9098. 4737-tfn  MADEIRA PARK,  wntorfront.  Yr.-round. 2 bdrm  furn home, $200 per mo. 883-  2452, 474341,  3 BDRM HOUSE, fp, 5 appl.,  olec.  hoat.  Francis  Pen.  Prefer person who would do  garden work. 885-5728. 475<Ml  DAVI8 BAY  furn.  cottage.  Sept. 17-Apr. 30. Phone 039-  7952 eves. 474941  DAVIS  BAY.. 1 m. bdrm -w-f  houso. Frldgo, stove, w-w  carpet, partly furnl $200 per  mo, it damage dep, 6854453.   _476M1_  ��� ������'^���������im-i��mmm-mm..mm.,^l���i^m..niL.~mma ���I..ii,|l4..-���. {"  SEMI WF 3 bdrm horna. FPr  olec  heot.  w-w  carpet.  MdB6;stoVfi, ampea;bbo-ot!  Avail. Oct.l. 475443  SUITE; "Hiirbout8 vie* in  Gibsons. $100 por month,  Phone 868-2440. 478141  YEARLY  MOORAGE,  Pender Harbour, $1.25 per  ft. Headwater Marinijf 883-  2406.20 ton ways. 455941  21' FIBREFORM 'San Juan*  cruiser. Head, galley, ice  .box, trim tabs, sounder, CB  radio etc. Maintained ln excel,  conti'n under . covered  moorage. $0900.885-3549. 4613.-  41      '  24-FT. SPENCER cruiser,  clean,      dry,      immac  throughout. Galley, stand-up  Sewing Machine  --^���Repairs:  -Overhaul  -Tune-ups  -Chemical Wash ;" . ."  - Parts for aU makes'  All Work Guaranteed  _:_, 21 Years Experience  Phone Steve  885-269,1  4510-tf  4 BRAND new 15" hubcaps,  Never been on wheel. GM.  Wholesale price. 885-3490.  7.;7h..,:..,.: : tX, 4635^39  1 MAKO DIVING compressor,  7.5 cu. ft. per min. at 3200-lb.  18 h.p. motor on port, alum,  frame, $2850. Ph. 885-  3897. 4660-31  REWARD ��� $50 offered for  rear window of 1954,55 or 56  Cadillac  or  Buick  Road-  master. Ph. 886-2513.    4685-31  3' OPENING Majestic "O"  clearance  fireplace   complete  with  3  length  triple  chimney & cap. $300.885-2613.  460241  GARDEN BAY  MARINE SERVICES LTD.  Sinclair Bay Rd.  Immediate Repair Service  7 days a week  15' 6" "Sldewlng" Hourston  Wood burn Stoves  '':,' fcFuej Ltd.  Jflf^dW','"stoves-   by - Fidi&4  Lake wood,   Se'dpre, Valley,.  ���ComforL o nd_^-^Fi ndl a y���  Distributors in Western-  t)anada=of;the Kerr Scotsman  and Kerr Titan wood fired  boiler. Dealers inquiries invited. Northern Heatliner and  Shaw ?erq Clearance.  Wood/pjl, furnaces. Insulated  pipe, accessories and fittings-  110   Fell   Avo.,  North   Vancouver  987-0811  2x4ECONO  Random Length  12c per ft.  DRESS  by  EXPERIENCED  SEAMSTRESS  Call  886-7916  after 5:00 p.m.  2x4 ECONO  8'  ������:���.-79c-ea-.���-r^-  2x4-6'  11eft.   ,  FUEL  Presfe Logs 9/S2.00  401b. Coal $3.29  GIBSONS  ALL-NIGHTER  airtight cuts  heating costs  M'lb wood equal 6000 btu  'all heavy stpel construction  *JbumsJ.0:.1.4-Jir.S-QnJI-.laad.  Mire brjck lined  ���hot water colls rt or  left  hand on request  Marge cooking surface  ���custom     built     to     suit  houso'small; 20"-wood  tmedlum: 24" wood  GIBSONS  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  886-8141  head, sleopa 5, economic Ford ; Giaacraf t rnew^ $3 600  o n^nM .        n  i    ��  x>a    P��wcr- v��lv�� ^ *lvo requires   42'  SJSt  ''Sea ' Falcon^  3 BDRM lipmo Redrooffa Rd.   ��polri �� 500, Ph. m-MXI or   ffnrteSd ferro^ementr  nr   public .boach   accesa.   oM-2500: '                  4062-31 . ^mrm��a "rro^ement)  Ensuite plumbing, 4th bdrm In    1 iil/fioh^^rri^^^S'  basement, lrg sundk, owner  moved, open to offers. 088-  ,38M._, .���..���_ 478BJJ  ESTATE SALE - Out of town  vondor (widow) must soil  this approx. 27,000 ft. shopping  Qcnter. Situated on appro^.  lVt'aCrcs in the Powell River  aroa, asking $225,000 full  Motorcycles  ���70  YAMAHA   UD400.   rob't  engine. $900 obo. 8804403,  i 405741  ,000  18�� Sabrecraft, 140 Merc.$4,000  17' K &C Thermoglass, 115 hp  Evinrudo ...., $3,000  AAachlnery  3 TRAILER axles complete  with springs & tires, tow  price, $125 OOff dn. payment or  hitch, $200. ofi3 gas Cat, 'angle  offers as tot fuU.prlco plus  blade & winch, $1400. 883-  or nights 883-2602  470041  Fall Vacations  THEUNHASSLEDWAY  2866.  FOR SALE - Vfl - 53 CMC  Diesel motor, mostly  overhauled. Phono anytime  Williams Uko 392-5837. 4768-  41  >__-\ m. ,  Livestock  down paymok. Phone owner  direct 277>2068. 6801-tf  Business Opportunities  CARIBOO. Thriving Variety  business plus living quarters, Sales increasing 38,0 net  gross profit 1977 ana getting  hotter I Asking $54,000.  Qrothyll Adams 459-2602, 100  Mile Realty 395-2248... 476841.  FOR SALE - Diesel Electric  shingle mill on fifth-wheel   trailer, complete with saw ���������.  ^8h��n>*nlnit'^��ip^ent-^tCi---'OOAT8l--Wflnt-pto--learn-niorC'  r.��, ^^(Mfcftw'i^^'JWlwi'WiA.f^iiKnta1 w?^R^��^,,w^JW.��*pS|fr"l> Jlfr WfcwUfc^i^f4rt*^p^T^Lv-wr^P'*'" ^m.mf.H.im&Kwmmmmmrt's'.wm.';' ���rm..w.m^mmwmi'--'��*m&mmJI >  Mission area. Phono 828-9042.     of B.C. Dairy Goat 'News'  -~' -------^w-w*-~~-��n��i^wit8wB;t^aoat Brccflors'  ��� n .    Ass'n..PO Box 59, Whonnock,  474143 Rent-A-Camper  Fully equipped & heated  Fully insured  Winter rates  $70 per week  885-2600  4744-tfn  CERTIFIED  Farrier,  Hans  BOfgor Is coming lo Coast,  Contact Sunshine Farm. 808-  3751. 994-tfn  r|u\CJtfonUpVou#wrt  PUch-ln*76  M-JLiU  PAU)MINOnony, 14 yrs. old.  $200.886-7656 aft. 6.    475841  1*11 wli Ifi  EVERYONE  NSDS TREES  TO ENJOY  TREES. A CROWING CONCERN  CANADIAN FORESTnY ASSOCIATION  AND YOUR PROVINCIAL FORESJRY ASSOCIATION  I.  9tt^W��*W*HWW!IWt*��*  tfi  n t#nWj-tM��*w WlW iw ��������W��f* �� h *,f sxwiawww  ���*y ���wpitti^wsan'vuinsHM^pf *>*  ii **^iw^*��siw��if"i"*�����-'��f<'i^,"t"  ^iivwwmm****.  *T4��� ���-  ���iKnnW *&#>*���*���&'. IP  ittVina^ffi^H  % ���\   X  ������-\  :.Xrr:..li  Wednesday, ^Sept 6,fflfr  The Peninsula Times  PageB-3  X!fy^x7iWy7:y7  7M'XB{W2h3XAy^  M  TOLL FRK^ROM  VANCOUVER:  -^j&B9.7623__  Member of Multiple Listing Service  Realistic insurance coverage  Has     your     insurance  protection kept pace with the  r-value-o��-the-home you rarer  insuring? Increased values in  real property over recent  years, as well as escalating  values for such insurables as  precious stones, collectors'  items,  and  antiques,  could  . mean that your . present  coverage does not give you the  protection you deserve. When  did you last check to make  sure that if you experienced a  fire your insurance policy will  Lgiv^youLadequate cpverage?  Have you purchased new  furniture or expensive appliances that are not included  in your present policy? In-  * creased building costs have  possibly outstripped the  formula existing when you  replaced your insurance  protection, and the same  insurance protection, and the  same; accommodation could  -^birbE^uphcated^trtherstat  ~ "rate^if destroyed by ~firerltr  will be too late to check AFTER a fire, so do it now and  guard    against  crippling loss.  possible  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� Luxurious 3  BR cedar home, built-1975. View and  many extras. $105,000.'  MADEIRA PARK - nice 3_BR-home with���  -fireplace, "KilP basem'ent.   Close   tc  stores etc. $42,500.  GULFVIEW ROAD - Madeira Park,  fantastic view from this new home - 3  new   appliances,   fireplace.   $95,000.  SILVER SANDS ��� ,1.3d: acres, Gulf  view, 10 x 50' furnished mobile home,  small cabin. $45,000.  SILVER  SANDS ���   1.6��  acref  Gu  view, furnished 12 x 60 mobile ^horne.  Adjoins above property. $45,000.  EARLS COVE ��� furnished 12 x 44'  Skyline Mobile Home on semi-  waterfront lot. $20,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� one BR concrete  block cottage, fireplace. $23,000. \.  NARROWS ROAD ��� 3 BR rancher, built  1976, 'carport & sundeck. Close to  Madeira Park. $36,900.  MADEIRA PARK ��� interesting- 4 BR  view home, architect-designed.-. 5  major appliances. $77,000.  GARDEN B'AY ��� 1176 sq ft 2 BR view  home, full basement* sundeck. Built  1975. $56,000.  WARNOCK    ROAD   ���   panabode, fireplace, full basement. On  large level lot. $36,000.  What can one family do?  The environmental issue is  full of myths and realities,  scientific hoopla and  documented fact.  The only sure thing that no  one discounts is that the  problem is here now and will  continue into the future.  The Real Estate Board of  Greater Vancouver produced  a pamphlet six years ago  entitled WHAT CAN ONE  FAMILY DO?, outlining  many contributions that can  be made within the f anuly unit  to preserve the environment  through .: resource -conservation, wise buying habits,  and restrictions on use of nonrenewable resources.  One hundred and twenty  thousand of these pamphlets  iistributed   in   thl"  and now a third edition has  been prepared to be circulated  free through the board office  and your local neighbourhood  real estate office.  It will be ready soon, and  you can ask for your copy of  ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT - WHAT CAN  ONE FAMILY DO?, a public  service conservation" pamphlet. :  Ifouhave  to walk  before you  can run.  community in. two editions,  Thoughts on fencing  ���%*.  Fences fulfill three functions .. .security, privacy  and provide a background for  individual landscaping  schemes.  If you are planning to fence  your property, there are some  steps you must follow.  ���    Municipalities have basic  rules on fence height, and ;  -though-ypu-probably -won't-  need,,.a. building permit to  erect a fence, if you ddn't  follow the height and set-back  restrictions, you may be  forced to undue the work  you've done.  When you have decided on  the type of fending that fulfills  your need, check with your  municipal offlco to see how  high you arc allowed to gc.  Most municipalities limit  front fences to four feet In  height, but many allow from  six to eight feet on side and  back yards.  However, In some areas  corner lots are further  restricted to three and one  half feet hlght In front and a  Housing  myths  A recent study across thc^  United States challenges the  myth of the affordabillty  crisis in housing.  During 1076 six single  family home sales reached an  unprecedented rate, and now  construction rose to higher  than ever levels, Statistics  show nearly half of all buyers  wero under thirty flvo and tho  analysts also noted that whllo  homo prices hnvo risen nt a  rate two per cent higher than  Inflation cftch yenr for fifteen  years, so hus tho median  lncojftp,qQInches, nn(l,prjpes,  v liavo bcrtn virtually parallel.  The real culprits In tho .  Increasing  cost  of  homo  GwnerShlp^re Interest rates,  ; property taxes and spiralling  utility and repair costs.  ,���, ,��.Actlon nt local,andJ��lcrnlM  levels could nllevlato iomo of*1  * Ihcso co$ Iricropep thtouffh :  y Income   tax "��amQrtdmohts  ��� regarding Interest, and local  property tax' reductions by  further provincial payments.  minimum 2D foot setback.   ,''"  ._Check���_.Lon-^_^fe!ncing  regulations before building.  ILTIOHmW  i pamiapatTioni  , __ '   Jhe Canadian movomeni (of personal dines*  Fitness. In your heart you know it's right.  H.B. GORDON AGENCIES LTD.  Cowrie St. 885-2013 Sochelt  Easy living In this three bedroom  rancher c/w studio. Vaulted cedar   ,.  coiling Jiving area, fireplace and  some unusual doors. The 1695 sq  (t is worthy of your tnspectlonvfP"'  $5i*,500.   Inspect/anytime   with)  John Wilson, 88?;9365. '���  SELMA PARK. See all the action from the view In this two  bedroom retirement home. Only $39,700, Quick possession.  Details from'Jbhn Wilson, 885-9365.   '   ,  ACREAGE ACREAGE  Two 5 acre parcels, Hwy 101, Roberts Crroek. $29,500 each   ���  1,18 acros of view property with stream, southorn oxposuro  and total 1%/ACY off Gowor Point fobad.  LUXURIOUS HOME ON WATERFRONT ACREAGE  Relax ��� watch tho ships go by, explore tho woods, or pursue  what hobb|��$s you may havo In tho luxurious comfort of this ultra  modern 1528 sq ft homo with features too numorous to montion  In an ad, IT HAS TO/liE SEEN ��� Exclusive. "Shown by appolntmont only," Phono Lynn Wilson, 885-5755, and remember  WATERFRONT Is an appreciating Invostmont.    -  PHONE ANyTIME ON THE RED & WHITE SIGNS  LILLIES (PAQ) LAKE ��� 3 BR home or  S___[ acres. Fruit trees, garden. View  over lake. $77,500.  GARDEN BAY ��� 1�� acre view lot,  with 22 x 56' Safeway doublewide - 4  appliances, large sundeck, concrete  foundation. $62,500.  CLAYDON RO^D, GARDEN BAY - 3 BR  view home,, full basement, built 1975,  closefito jtfarma. $88,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA��� 1596 sq ft 5 BR  home   with   3   bathrooms,   pdrtiolly  finished rec room, hot water heating, 5  ', appliances. Built 1976. $84,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 12 x 44'  Glendale mobile home with 430 st] ft  addition. On 2/3�� acre lot. $28,500.  /  "WARNOCK ROAD ��� furnished 2 BR  mobile home, 12 x 60', on'large. level  landscaped lot. $28,500.   . ,  NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 BR home,  fireplace, sundeck, 3/4 acre lot on Hwy  101. $37,500.  GARDEN BAY ��� 4 BR home on 2  levels. Electric heat. Landscaped. Close  to stores & marinas. $50,000.  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  i  LAKEFRONT PROPERTIES1  ISLAND IN BLIND BAY���'',-* lovely 63:  acres treed Island, $60,000.  -.1.1,6..ACRE-ISLAND-~--3 BR furnished'  panabode, float, Wator & hydro.  $165,000.  LOTS  .     GERRANS BAY  I. "lOOi ft W/F, driveway in, serviced.  $28,00t>.  '���'      2. 78 ft W/F lot, septic tank & drain  field in & approved, driveway in, bldg  site, in, southerly exposure. $39,500.  FRANCIS PENINSULA  1. 132 fI W/F in Pender Harbour, 1.8  acres, deep moorage. $50,000.  '2. 83 ft W/F adjoining above 1.22��  acres; $36,500.  3, 70'   bluff   waterfront,   view   over  Bargain Harbour,. $21,500.  4, 220�� ft low bank sheltered  waterfront; 1;24 trepd acres, $48,000."  BROOKS COVE ��� 194' waterfront,  access by trail (1000' from parking)  septic In, hydro & water. $25,000;  WESTMERE    BAY , ,-~  watorfront oq  4,8 troed aefos,  Nice  boach and rocky point, VVater access  only. $47,500.   '  ,  ,.  NELSON ISLAND ~-^40 acros, 1500' on  Wostmorb Bay, 225�� on Wost Lake. 3  BR homo, 2 cottages, road to lake,  floats. Water access, $160,000.  ACREAGE  1,400�� ft , NARROWS IN.LET ��� secluded acreage-  treed, low bank, 5 to 14 acre parcels.,  Water access,'$24,500 to $39,500.  ST. VINCENT BAY ��� 350�� ft watorfront, 6.5 acres. Water access.  $25,500.  EARLS COVE ��� 5.57 acres, 4503: ft  sholtorod watorfront adjoining forry  tormlnal. $125,000.  'SAKINAW LAKE ��� 1.300-+: ft  lakefront, 24+ acres, 4 BR furnished  panabode, float. $105,000.     -  RUBY LAKE ��� 5�� treed acres close to  public lake access. $19,800./  SAKINAW LAKE ��� 2.9 acres, 128��  lakefront. $18,000,  RUBY LAKE ��� 95;fc acres excellent  land with 400ifc ft lakefront and  26002; ft on lagoon. $100,000.  D.L, 3258 ��� between Sakinaw & Ruby  Lakes. 1500 �� ft, on Sak Inlaw Lake,  creek. Hallowed Rd. ends at property.  $115,000..  RUBY LAKE ��� 400�� ft lakef rentage,  5��, troed acres, road access, $49,500,  .CARTERS LANDING-- Sakinaw Lake-  24.8 �� acres, 1350 $ ft. lakefront, road  access, house, creek. $135,000.  NORTH LAKE���'��� 2 BR home, neods  some finishing, lako view, road accoss,  Prov. lease lot, $21,000. " ��� '  WATERFRONT HOMES  LOTS AND ACREAGE  i  "aider Hattour ReaUy Ltd  HIWAY 101 AT FRANCIS PENINSULA RD.  GARDEN BAY ��� Almost ndw two bdrm homo with 2 oxtra  bdrms and bathroom Ip hlQh grade lovol basomont. Somo  finishing roqulrod. Froo dock moorago. FP $60,000  ONE /\CRE LOTS ��� Op Francis Ponlnsula, Privacy;_  plus valuo In thir most dosirablo afoa, Jusf 5 loft so  Pl  doloy ,. , $15,000 oach,  o donT  BOATERS ��� Oldor typo, 3 bdrm homo with deof> moorage    ,  In Pondor Horbour, FP SSS.000.  EXCELLENT   building lot, Front Road, Madolra Park, Fully  sorvlcod, $10,500,  BARGAIN H/VRBOUR LOT ~   And a roal bargain, It Ii  with clean boach, Iroo moorago, clam* & oysters |u��t stops  away, Prlco |ust $12,000,  SECRET COVE AREA ~   10,6 ocros wllh 400' boach,  walor 8 powor avallablo, road In. F,P, $125,000.  lots.  LOTS.     ,  ' l  I.MADEIRA  PARK  ��� torvlcod  $8,009-$22,000.  2i FRANCIS PENINSULA sorvlcod lots,  $9,000-$24,000,  3, GARDEN BAY AREA - vlow lots,  $12,900-$21,250.  4. SANDY HOOK ��� v|oy/ lot on Hor-  polso Drlvo, $10,500,  5,PfcNDER LAKE PROPERTIES ��� Sinclair  Bay Road, Sorvlcod lo|j, most with  vlow, Ihroo wllh lakofront, Prlcod from  $10,000 to $37,500.  sovon lots,  wqtor,   on  Ponlnsula.  1,5  acros,  61 MOBILE HOME LOTS ���  sorylcod   with   hydro   &  Cochrano   Road,   Francis  $11,000-$! 2,750.  7,  BARGAIN  HARBOUR  -  trood, sorvlcod. $2��,000,  0., DAVIS BAY ��� Trood vlow lot dn  Groor Road. $16,500,  9. SELMA PARK ���  lot  with  boautlful  vlow, closo to boach, $22,000,  10. FRANCIS   PENINSULA   -   9   nlco  building lots at cornor of Cochrano and  Camoron Roads, $11,000-$ 13,000.  11.FRANCIS   PENINSULA   ROAD  ^^^.^.Mrv)cod..lot,-low.lprk��^$8,000.,.^>.v.^  ACREAGE   '  FRANCIS PENINSULA��� 2 BR homo, full  basomont, 6 appliances, flroplaco, 133'  watorfront, ramp & float, $01,000,  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ~ 5 BR homo,  full basomonl, 1997 sq fl on main  floor, Bulll 1976. Soparato.,700 sq ft  workshop, On 122+ cholco walor-  front lot wllh ramp & float, $1BO,000,  1, IRVINE'S LANDINO ��� 2,07 acro vlow  lot, lovol, $35,000,  2." NEAR RUBY LAKE     0,39 acros on  Hwy 101, $25,000, -I  3. MIDDLEPOINT -  18,9 acros, 2 DR  cotldgo, crook, $40,000,  4, KLEINDALE -5J: acrot on Hwy 101,  $21,000.  5, NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 15 acros,  2150 t ft.,on Hwy, 101. $44,000.  6, KLEINDALE - 23.7 acros, somo  merchantable tlmbor. Lot* of troos for  building a log houso, $50,000,  7, FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 1,0�� acros,  cornor o| Warnock 8, Francis Ponlnsula  Roads, $17,500,  WATERFRONT LOT - t>oop pWprotoct'otl rtClorago  In Egmont, Has trailer  pad,  soptlc*,  wator  and  powor..,  $35,000,  7 ACRES - on Highway ,101 clo��o to Madolra Park.  Partly cloarod and on a wostorly slop*, Atklng $35,000,  FRANCIS PENINSULA - Extra ^argo(630' doop)  building lot with 77*frnn1n0��'ori"McKnM8^  mf    m   ��**tm.mmmmmm.m.amAl*m-  ���^*^*"(Kf|)11>'^'"(Ip  m|t!-.wf' tor&tm,fypi...-,'iwf#*#>ii'i$iwi��t>#*  mt!'  PHONE* &B3-2794  JOHN BREEN ,��� JOCK HERMON  '883.??7��  883-2745  I  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY  i  EGMONT -~- 4 BR homo, partial  basomont, ' sundock, on 3,3 acros,  270�� '' choice watorfront. $95,000.  HOSPITAL BAY ��� 2 BR homo on 50��'  boach lot, $60,000,  GERRANS DAY ��� 200-fc fl W^, 2.4  KA6SAN5STORE ��� Prancli P��nri)iiula.      Uir>PIB, nAn��� ,   ,���     ,u  Gonoral storo, 3 BR roildonc., ronlal      WAMIRA PARK - vacant ���loro bldg,  houso, On l.iaSb ocro* with 160^ ft      aM"]"* llv,,,0 ^��[[^\ ��_\a L��"��  d��.�� ����h W*Wte ���       -      '    2onod R3, 132,000, ;,.;,,  "!&, '.   "p't'-i'lv-- '���" >. , --*1   '.*LK ''''", "' ,���* 'r K" "i <*'���������� iKt"���" ���" "i    "'' C"' *f-Vtaflr"V**.''V" ��-1'"'t"*'**if",,yi'."."���V^jjUfV.*'t>.'''.ii'-m. ,.Vij.,     '���- .i  ,����� __r -��M ��� . ���vJ'"'' ' '  WW    oftPK��m7wm; lir.nl^��  rfBR        F��ANC,S PENINSULA -larfl* 3 BR  ocro*, 2 BR homo wllh flroplaco, / UR        _r,i,n���,, j���.i���������,i i,���m��� �����   nn it  cot��>n��, dock �� fhwt.t\ao,ooo, wnlorlroni lot, $95,000,  ,.*.Ml,.)���,,..��., ^-,  )  I       ,  l"'".r/m.z.'C.,:.":  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233  T  ._ t  ^r- ^*f ^^jyt-rri  I  ��!J^i"SWt*-s��   . ,�����     f  "T"~  V \ \  \   .  1  Page B-4.    Peninsula Times -       Wednesday, Sept 6  _KNQW the firm looks after us,  Bert, but tfonlt-keep on about 'The  cradle to the grave'! "    ~  Planting energy trees  Energy,.���' Hkejnoney  does not grow on trees, but.  trees can be an energy saving  device. '-.'','.'  Deciduous trees planted on  THesouthrwest^or-east-side of_  your home will grow to bean  energy reduction  feature . . . and tall  evergreens planted, on the  north side perform the function.  Shade produced , by ,;  deciduous trees durihg hot <  summer months reduces the  amount of solar heat your  home_absorbs ahd lessons the  Jjurden placed on cooling  ~equipment.~Evergreens block  icy winter blasts from the  north side, reducing the work  your furnance will have to do  to maintain reasonable  warmth in your home.  ^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^  EAL ESTATE  APPRAISAL ST  NOTARY PUBLIC  LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD  DENTAL BLK%^  GIBSONS        ^fe  PHONE 886-22  TOLL FREE 682  <b  3/V"3t/|  Homejcomputers  Although sold in the States  for a few years now," minicomputers for the home have  only recently been, marketed  in Canada.  These units, from, nine  -hundred to two thousand  dollafsTmay = revolutionize  family life ��� or at least make  it more efficient. Programmed to store such infprmatiori  as birthdays, anniversaries,  medical and business ap-  .pointments, one push of the  button will feed back this  information daily.  They are also capable, of  keeping track of the kids,  recording bank balance,  storing recipes and organizing  the house hold budget and  income tax data.  ��� "Cheaper models are do-it--  yourself kits for home  assembly. Although perhaps  too expensive as yet for the  average household, the  spokesman for a local  marketing firm says, "the  field is brand new with much  growth potential".  Perhaps someday, a minicomputer will be as familiar a  part of your home as the  kitchen toaster.  ��  ATTENTION:  Future Home Owners  Having trouble finding a home just right  for you?  Consider thisj  TEMPO PRODUCTS  is now,, offering a complete home  planning  and building service.  Some Features in your new home would incjyde:  -1200 sq. ft., 2 or 3 bdrm, full basement  ���Floor plan of your choice  ���Brick fireplace and chimney  -Thermal Pane windows -  -Ready for occupancy' fn 2 short months  And manyotHeFattractivefeatures.  A quality home at an affordable price  Further inquiries Please call  GREG LEMKY at 886-2706  Executive House  Apartments  * Overlooking Gibsons Harbour  * 37 Deluxe 1 & 2 Bdrm Suites  Featuring:  Controlled Front Entrance  Colored Appliances  .  Cable Vision  Panoramic View  Extra-Soundproof Suites  Drapes  W/W Carpets  Rents from $230.00  Inquire at-������  886-2465  Jon McRae  885-3670  Lorrie Girard  886-7760  Chris Kankainen  885-3545  Arne T.~ Patterson  886-9793 /  HOMES ON ACREAGES  \  HANBtlRY ROAD-: Panabode home featuring stain glass*  windows, skylights and shake roof situated on 12 acres  in Roberts Creek. Flume Creek runs through middle of  property which includes A-frame guest cottage and 16 x  16 workshop with 220 wiring. Partially_xleared and  fenced with vegetable garden. - $67,500  ROBERTS CREEK: This could be the home vyith  acreage you have been looking for. Situated  -well back'from the street to give you all the  privacy you want. This rustic home is in immaculate condition and has 1050 square feet  or living space. The partially cleared property  is just over five acres and could be developed  into a nice hobby farm. The zoniVig allows  subdivision into half acre lots arid there is a  dedicated road along one side. A good buy  and an excellent investment. $65,500  l-GGWER-PT-RD at FRANKLIN: A WATERFRONT  lot'is the setting for this lovely two bedroom  home. Living room with heatilator fireplace  has hardwood floors. The attic has~ been  panelled for extra sleeping quarter and/or  storage. A view of Salmon Rock and the.Gap  from the covered patio. Brand new carpets in  the bedrooms and hall. Nicely landscaped,  but most important is the easy access to the  best beach in the Gibsons area. $77,900  SHAW ROAD: Gibsons. If you like space here  is a big one for you with 1560 square feet on  " the"mbiri"'floor plus a full "undeveloped  basement for your hobby or recreational  needs. Large country style kitchen. Three  bedrooms with master bedroom featuring full  ensuite plumbing and walk-in closet. Huge   wr_ap-ar_ound_sundeck Level ���landscaped-  property. Only a short walk to shops  and  schools. , $61,500  BOYLE ROAD: 5.05 acres partially cleared  and electrically fenced. Includes cow,  chickens and ducks. Rentable trialer pad with  own septic. Partially finished home, all new  construction, approximately 1/2.completed.  White.onyx fireplace, varnished cedar ceiling,  thermopane windowsand large combination  furnace. Please make an appointment first to  view. $68,000  SEAVIEW LANE: Approximately 2 acres of  forested WATERFRONT property in' West  Sefhelt. 1758 square feet three bedroom  home. Sauna and beach house combo on  beach. Enjoy the view from the glass enclosed  patio of the Trail Islands. $148,500  PARK ROAD: Three bedroom home on 5 acres  in Gibsons. Property on both sides ar'e also  for sale,.making a total of 15 acres available  for future development. A good holding  property. $79,500  HOMES  FAIRVIEW RD: Lovely full basement home on  quiet street. Two.bedrooms upstairs(andone  not quite completed downstairs. Wall to wall  carpet.ing throughout, Heatilator fireplace  and thermopane Windows for heating-  economy. House is situated on a T/2 acre" lot  with some water view. $49,500  DAVIS ROAD: Idealstarter "or retirement  home. Only two blocks from schools and  shopping. This three bedroom home, has  everything you need for comfort and convenience. The carport could easily be converted to a family room and a separate  carport could be built on many sites within  the extra large landscaped lot. $37,900  CHERYL ANNE PARK ROAD: Roberts Creek.  Excellent two bedroom starter or retirement  home in o. 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  BROWNING RD: Wilson Creek. Rustic and  cozy' A-frame home tucked away on a  beautifully treed lot. The. house is approximately 3/4 finished and an enterprising  couple should have a good time finishing it off  to-suit their own taste. The asking price for  this hideaway project is $34,900  NORWEST  BAY  ROAD:  An   ideal   park-like _"  NEEDS GROWING  TREES  A      PLANT TREES.PREVENT FIRES  FAIRVIEW RD: Revenue. Duplex on a 1/2 acre  lot represents the ideal investment property.  There are 1232 square feet in both of these  side by side suites. Features are *post and  oeam construction with feature wall fireplace  "and sundecks.- There''IS?a'plpValf'tbY-separate.*  rental   markets  with  a  two  and  a  three  -b-edroom���suiterr-Assumptrort-^rohr-p resent  mortgage makes purchase very easy and a  yearly, income of over $7,000 makes this  property hard to beat. $75,000  _se_tting- surrounds- this- one year" old-ranch  style home. There are three bedroom with  large living area. Separate dining room and a  kitchen with all kinds of top-of-the-line  cupboards. Two blocks to the elementary  school. Includes carport and two sundecks.  45,900  WINN ROAD:  Fourplex.  Positive cash flow  "with eleven thousand dollars revenue ,per  .yearly-Top units.contain five bedroom's'1 with  COACH ROAD (off Leek Rd): Three year old  three bedroom home situated~_on a quiet  subdivision in Roberts Creek only 2 miles  from Gibsons. Large kitchen with an eating  nook. Yard is nicely landscaped, ��� yours 10'  enjoy from the split level sundeck. Extras  include.a wired and plumbed darkroom and a  ,7x 8 storage shed. ������$44,900  GOWER-PT.^D: Jnthe-heart of Gibsons one  -one and a half bathrooms, tower suites are^ blockJrorn popping andJhe_Pos.t_Off[c.e  large-^wo-bedroom-unlts���LoviPTfraCTenance^  foundation. Post and "ibeam construction.  Acorn fireplace gives a fozy atmosphere to  the living room. Nice and bright with many  large windows.    ; $33,000  FIRCREST PLACE: New large ranch style home  with tongue and groove cedar feature walls  In the living room and family room. You can  eliminate heating bills with the airtight wood  heater and double glazed windows. Three  bedrooms with room to expand by putting  walls on the carport. $44^66.     ���  _SUNSH!NE���COASTJH|GHWAY: Triplex located  in Gibsons Village. Ohe~two bedroom-suite .  and two three bedroom suites. Good holding'  property for future- development. Close;;to  schools and shopping mall. $52,500.    '-"  and good return make this an excellent investment value. Close to all amenities.  Financing available. - .   ;   $89,900  GRANTHAMS LANDING ��� Well kept 3 bdrm  family home with full basement. New shake  roof and for heating ecoriomy thermopane  windows. Basement has rec room,' workshop .  and Inundry room. Grounds are beautifully  NORTH FLETCHER ROAD: Three bedroom  home on completely landscaped view  property In Gibsons. Lawn In front and back  of home with small garden. House is very Well  watorvlow. of   Keats   Island, and  the  Gap.   eluded are fridge, stove, washer and dryer.  \  ~ HILLCRESr"RD'r"FxceTle'riri'hr^e"'bedroom  family home close to schools and shopping.  Partial basement, separate utility room.  Landscaping is in with many large trees in the  back yard. Nice neat home priced to sell,  $42,700, '  CRUCIL ROAD, GIBSONS: Bright and spacious  3 bedroom family home In excellent condition  located wllhln oasy walking dlstanco to  schools and shops. Largo kitchen with built-in  dlshwashor and Indlroct lighting, Two  fuoplacoSf, hugo rocroatlon room. Lots of  oxtra spaco In daylight basement lor don or  extra bodroom and workshop, For tho prlco of  $62,500 you also got a boautilul vlow for your  constant on|oymont,  $42,900.  .ft   _ . . ������ _       ���  LANGDALE; Newly decorated extra-large six  bedroom home on Frontage Road; Larid-j  scaped lot 100 x V30' with unsurpassed view.,  Heatilator fireplace, built-in,''-,stovQ tip and  .���wenjwo ..full-bathrooms; plus "Wet "bar'lri  basement. Total area oh main floor 1575  square feet plus a full basement. Thls-ls truly  a large, family home, unique In design and  location. Priced to sell j   $69,500  FRONTAGE RD: Langdale, Something spoclali  Spacious, deluxe family home In quiet area  on a fabulous vlow lot with attractive landscaping and rock walls. For extra comfort and  convenience there are therm windows  throughout, efficient hot water heating, air  conditioning, intercom, Jonn-air range, built-  in ovon and dishwasher,/ expensive light  fixtures, 200 amp sorvlco and many more flno  foaturos. Locatod closo to school qnd within  easy walking distance of forry tormlnal, All  this for the prlco of $84,900.  dryei  $64,500  ���m  ���m  MMMWM  **��fWI*|l0M��*ftl|f��i  DAVIDSON) RD: Large three bedroom home  on, 1/2 acre treed lot on Langdale Ridge of-  ferlng view .qnd,..prppfiir.ty...Lots, of, cabinet  space In well thought out kitchen. Fireplace  upstairs. Full basement, $54,900  SOUTH FLETCHER: A beautiful view of Gibsons Harbour Is only one of tho many features  of .this four bodroom homo. Others Include a  feature wall fireplace, hardwood floors,  lovely largo kitchen and for the handyman a  16 x 18 workshop. $37,900  LOOKOUT AVENUE ��� Noar now throo  bedroom home In good condition on largo  vlow lot In now subdivision |ust past tho  Sunshlno Coast Arona In Socholt. Boatlfrg  facllltlos close by. -Owner Is transferred and  you can have Immediate possession. $52,500  >b,  CLEARANCE OF  1978 BOATS & MOTORS  Terrific Savings���Limited Supply  K & C THERMOGLASS BOATS  ^-'only-^6'ft^fuH^opr59%lohnion^'Tt7rr;-:Tr.HT;V;'':TT7r$4595"'  ,on/y. 17V,��.����.. .op. 70 Johnson.... *4995  JOHNSON 0UTB0ARDS  % HP, savo $44        *325  4 HP, save $69                . *459  9.9 HP, savo $ 145 ,,.'.,',     m%f*9   *899  '^Elahn&an  LOTS  15 HP, save $180  TRAIL BAY SPORTS LTD. ^ \  Cowrlo St., Socholt, Sunnycroit Contro. Olbioni. ' CflBV**"      1  883-2512  v*************^^  Sunny era it Contro, Olbioni, #  886-8020..._...    CllpCT  - ��^| ���  "v.. ' w.  �����   ��� *�� .��� -       it,��....*<-������   . ,^m.i. .,  ,      ��   '...V m ''-.i-      J   Vi ." 'tfr.DtV ,k.�� .���-.J*-- ��    ,....��� '...,. ,    .  \  GOWER PT RD: At tho cornor of 14th, This  proporty has lovols cloarod for tho building  slto of your cholco, Excollont vlow of Goorgla  Strait, Approximately 00 k 250. $16,500  SKYLINE DR: This 70x59x131x122 foot lot  with expansive vlow of tho Day area and  Gibsons Vlllago Is very woll prlcod. $11,500  SECHELT |NLET ESTATES: Throo building lots  - on" Sandy "Hook" Roadr Wator," hydro "and"  telephone to oach lot. Thoso  lott havo q  spectacular view of Porpoise Bay and are only  4 |/2 mllos from Socholt,    .,    $10,000 oach   ____��� .���, ~^.y  ��� ���  CHADWICK ROAD; 80x22Q lot with good  ocoan vlow, Slopes slightly to tho south and  has a good building slto, $14,500  SCHOOL RDi Thr��t vl��w lots 73 h 110, On  sowor, Throo blocks from schools and  shopping contro. Cloarod for building.  $16,000 oach  CHADWICK ROAD: Irregular shaped lot with  vlow of Howo Sound. A good building site,  $12,000  SMITH ROAD: 170x127 lot with terrific vlow  of tho ocoan. Good building slto on slightly  sloping land, $14,500  SMITH ROKp: Cloarod vlow lot data to lorry  tormlnal ana ocoan vlow. Triangular, thapod  ��� lof with good buildins ��ltor������*- *   $ 14,000 "*  SOUTH FLETCHER: At School Road] Two lots 40  x 150 oach, Ono lot has a cottage which could  bo'rontod, Thoso lots aro mostly,,clearod and  roady for building. A spoctacular vlow of tho  ontlro Day aroa and Keats Island Is Includod In  tho prlco of $27,500  ORANDyiEW a PRATT* Building lot In o lost  growing area, Approximate slio Is  146x141x74x125, Protont all offors on tho  asking prlco of $11,500  SMITH ROAD: Good vlow lot 125x165 with a  good building slto and an unobstructod ocoan  Vow. , $14,500  LANGDALE RIDGE SUBDIVISION: Fantastic  vlow lots, An a rob of now and varipd homes,  Those lots oflor jhomsolvos to many dlfforont  building locations, En|oy privacy and tho  vlow of Howo Sound. Priced from $11,900.  SCHOOL �� WYNAART ROADS: Only 3 of those  Duplox Zonod lots loft, Boautlful vlow  proportlos ovorlooklng tho Bay, Closo to  schools and shopping, All lots porfoctly sul|od  to s|do-by-sldo or > up-down construction.  Prlcod at $15,500 and $16,500.  ���I  ���  ���  POPLAR LANE: Conveniently locatod sub- ���  division In Gibsons., Only two blocks from M  shopping contro ana both olomontary andB  secondary schools, lovol building Kfei with S  som�� clearing on a nowly formed cul do sac, 9  Thoso prlmo lots aro on sowor and all sor- 5  vices, Prlcod from $11,9,00.  ��� |f ^^im��mrmmmm^^m^^nMlt^^l0^^a^0f^^��i  XJSgSSi.  1  HWY  1Q1   (olf Hall Road).i���5_*"l��dlvldab|e,  acros, Land Is vary dry with good percolation,  Southern oxposuro In tho heart of Roberts  Crook, On���B��a|onaJjwj��r<....APP.rp.^.lfn<italy^,K   "acro iselodiod, (lasolder |tom�� boing rontod  for $135 por month.  Includos small barn,  Vondor,���.|iat subdivision  plan  lor.9. lots..  $42,900. #v  ,02HE AJ_A0BSJp 1 ||iU prljjjf j}m j>rpj>s tt*.,.  FaT^ImiQppBvodTor a 10 lot subdlvlilon ty*  'ih*vnio0*t)f Qibsondntludwf it n tomptattt*  *,*��,������*��� mtt0lm^m..lpn^/f-;,,im, .. -~��.<l|��l/io ,��lac'���>��  lots and sorvlcos required, $59,500  ACREAGE  SCHOOL ROAD: 1,56 acres qd|ac*nl lo  elementary school. Could be subdivided to  lots, On sowor and all sorvlcos, $50,000  -' -t-N i���   OIBSONS RURAL: Olf Maple Stroot near  Grondvlew ond Pine, Vmry unique building  site with an Absolutely fantastic ocegn vJtw.  More than onoticrffl of Ittfid where one portion  Is high on the hill and Ih* largef portion Is  i-ovlne f��rop��Mly tWr��il^^^*' P��+������Y ��"*��� ���"  park,  Should' be seen by <?nygn#,..,wl|hltlfl  MjrtmthlttffUMfaffcrN-FhaVI .ciSoAv mm maR*"  an oflen Oood torms, Asking p[|ce,    $17,900  CONRAD ROADi Next tct Camp Byng, 2 1/2|  ocr*s wllh limited access, Leek Crook runs-  through this partially clearod, level acreage.  tonna for mobile homoi. Excellent for. your'  hobby farm. $19,900 (  MASKELL  RD:   1,44  acres  of   subdivldablo  "(Wf*WTfWM��iWW6��ffW  >0'p**kppw<to��^.-j2onlr��9ppp'*i|ow��"tor-p'��V2-"'-������i--  /t^mrnnt,' Thj�� |s a quiet rural area only 3  miles from Olbsons. ' $19,900  I' m-i'ri'-fift'' ������������ wiw^s; -b"  **  >.<  *'<���(     >���  '^  ���  <w ����� J**(*WBe������tu^(i����H���, ,���  ���V v&rW&to&llMitlavilii^^ "H  W^   *tt,r����-*���**i��**l >m^)Mic'%4u��4|mi  'HMiUtmu*.    k��*��i.^��W(i�� JON McRAE  885-3670  886-2277  AND LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD.  Dental Block, Gibsons, B.C. VON IVO  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������I  Vane. Toll Free 682-1513  A  THE NUMBER  TO REMEMBER  885-2235 (��)  Vane. 689-5838 (24 hrs.)  E.&0.E.  We Are As Close As Your Phone  / 1  Coast to Coast  Box 128  AGENCIES LTD.  Sechelt  re  Call now for our FREE Real Estate Catalogue  )  GARDEN HOME  A vory  lovoly lovol  -   -,.#3963  garden, 3/10 acre, lawn,  vegetables, fruit troos, shrubs, much more.  Comfortable 2 bodroom home. Eloctrlc heat, plus  flroplaco, glass door to patio. Also workshop,  garden shod and carport. All this In quiet aroa  noar Gibsons, an'dfullprlce $44,900. PETER SMITH,  885-9463 evos,    ,  WATERFRONT ENJOYMENT #3938  Nicely sltuatod overlooking Lambs Bay with quiet moorage  avallablo In front of your proporly. Well built 2 bodroom  homo on full cement foundation offors thoso with Ideas,  spaco to build In more rocroatlon or living spaco. listed at  $45,900, vendor will take $20,000 down with balanco by  Agroomont for Salo, Oilers or Information to BERT WALKER,  005-3746 ovos,  HOU5EM;OTrORBOTHr-""^���#3991-3002  Your cholco -- lovoly 2 storoy 3 bedroom homo In tho village  for $48,500 and/or ad|o|nlng sorvlcod lot (or $12,500. Room  to o^and or play. RUTH MOORE, 805-9213 oves,  THE BEACH COMBERS REACH #3990  Yos, Molly It's eaiy to reach! (coupla of blocks or so) to  Glbsoni' easy, liorbor. o��oi��.,ihopplno..poil���ol(lc��.���,parki,.  Gontlo slope lot 60 x 150' only $11,500. BOB KENT, 889-9461  evo*.  12 1/2 ACRES WITH STREAM #3819  4 yoar cottage plus guost cabin with lots of quiet jWppdft In  Upper Roberts Crook.Try $20,W)0 dbwe^on".$60,000^11  price, JACK WARN, 006-2601 oves,  PRICE REDUCED #3958  Dandy lovel lot, 80 x 140'on blacktoppod road, Wost Sechelt.  Sorvlcos to lot line, Lavel-easy to build on, Reduced to  $12,800, vendpr will consider terms and down payment,  PETER SMITH, 085-9463 eves,  A�����.  LANGDALE OCEAN VIEW  #3935  Magnlflcont vleW from this exceptionally low priced lot, size  104 x 70', Idoal for that basement home with sundock. 2 mln.  to ferry tormlnal, all services avallablo at tho |ow prlco of  $9,900. JIM WOOD, 885-2571 oves.  ROBERTS CREEK LOT ; #3824  Qulot, Ideally located building lot off Cheryl-Ann Park Road  Is reasonably lovel, nlcoly troed and hqs hydro, wator 8,  phone to edge of tho paved road. Lot mo show you this ono at  $13,000. BERT WALKER, 885-3746 ovos.  BUILDER'S BUY #4002  Suporb building lot Ih Davis Bay. Just on block to tho boach  and conveniences. Great for a young family. JOat ,$13,500,  RUTH MOORE, 885-9213 ovos, [  SPEAK OF THE DEVIL I #3973  Hero's your chance to literally steal this 3 bodroom homo In  the heart of Socholt. Just $39,500 full prlco I Try your offor to  BOB KENT, 085-9461 oves.  ��>.fe^4**U>��.Ml;M,��l*K(  ALMOST WATERFRONT #3978  10 acres at Egmont with Insulated cbttage. $43,000 or trades  for mainland property or motor home, JACK WARN, 006-  2681 eves,  11' +'i i -  I W^WtiwMrtKIKIn  VIJAAMW��YL_^^  _ -.#3907,   Convtnlonce Is youn wllh Ihls 2 bodroom 600 sq ft home on  Trident Ave, Within walking distance ol shopping ond othor  amenities, Large productive garden In nicely landscaped lots,  for the green thumb enthusiasts, Realistically prlcod too at "  $39,750. BERT WALKER, 883-3746 eves,  ��� *#mi>i!miisi!K,&ii:frtm&''  Ruth  885-9213  ���jtrtji,  \*<k*,.  883-2526  iS-r  QUIET BUILDING LOT  Oh Salmon Drlvo," Socholt, Unlquo lot  #3817  lovely  could bo a  homo^lte, Has lane at roar for oasy drive access. Full prlco  $11,900 with |ust $2,000 cash. Owner'carry balanco for 1  yoar at 11%. Try a cash offor. PETER SMITH, 805-9463 eves.  MOBILE HOME LOT #3989  Secluded lot In woll treed quiet aroa, power & wator  avallablo. Locatod at tho end of Richards Road, No problems  with noisy traffic. Go 8, chock It out, I think you will like It.  Asking $11,900. JIM WOOD, 885-2571 ovos.  YOUR OWN BUSINESS " #3941  .This thriving wolding shop has oxtra Income through  propane salos, Increasing demand for theso services. For  moro Information, RUTH MOORE, 005-9213 ovos, <  ASTRONOMICAL VIEW #3996  Tho sea, Islqnds, and at night the stars from Mg sundeck, also  windows of living room (hugo flroplaco), dining room, and  milady's all-electric kltchon (scads of cupboprd spaco).  Spacious roc room wllh wot bar and 4th bodroom for uso of  your guosts, Your offer ploaso, to $65,600 full prlco. BOB  KENT, 085-9461 oves, -    *  GIBSONS VIEW LOT #3982  $11,500 lor South Flotchor lot with lano at back. Good harbor  view. JACK WARN, 006-2681 eves.  GOOD THREE BEDROOM HOME #3949  All on ono floor, with part basement, this 1200 sq ft homo Ii  ready to move Into now. Cablnot kltchon, stono-facod  fireplace In 16x18 1/2' living room, Oood carpeting ond lino,  View to wator In Davis Bay, Asking $43,900. PETER SMITH,  885-9463 eves, 'i  VIEW, BEAUTIFUL VIEW #3966  Bright southorn exposure In Ihls quality 3 bedroom den  home. Superb storage, carport and garage workshop, A  mon��iy saver at $59,500, Well built, Insulated and all thermopane. RUTH MOORE, 805-9213 eves.  GRANDVIEW #3986  29 mile look to Skookumchuck from 2 ��� 78x120' lots at Sandy  Hook, $0300 each, Havo been clearod, now light alder  growth. JACK WARN, 8B6'-2681 ovei.  Peter Smith  885-9463  ***#**%> j^f  .   *1| �����,*���>!    ���*-!   _  885-9504  Jim Wood  885-25731  Bert Walker  885-3746  <?sck Warn  886-2681  ss^'  COUNTRY STYLE #3939  Gently sloped 1 1/2 acres of trood soclusloh.  Develop your tiwn estate. Slzo 100 x 660', on  blacktop road, serviced with powor & wator.  Subdivide lator and recoup a large part of your  Invostmont, Asking $ 19,900. JIM WOOD, 805-2571,'  ovos, '   '  COUNtRY ATMOSPHERE #4004  1970 double wldo,J3 bedroom homo, In prlmo condlllpn, on a  largo lot with flno evergroons, and gardon room too.  Automatic oil fuiV|ace and oasy caro homo. Offors to full  prlco $40,500, PETER SMITH, 085-9463 ovos.  OCEAN VIEW #4005  67,5 lot off Chastor Road. Vlow of straits A E|p)ilnston<��,  Bonofll 6f ungsod road ond aaiolnlrig, Full prlco $15,500.  JACK WARN, 086-2601 ovos,  LOOKING FOR A MOBILE HOME? #4006  , This 4 yoar old mobllo homo Is In excellent condition. 12x60',  2 bedrooms, thermopane windows, seml-onclosod porch  with flower boxes. Located In W��s| Sechelt trallor park. Also  Included In sale Is garden shod with heater for that extra  itoroge, Akslng $13,900, JIM WOOD, 885-2571 eves,  WESTSECHEU #4007/4008  Oyer 2 acros with gontlo southern slopo on Hwy 101, All  local services, Close to beach access, Full prlco $17,000,  DON HADDEN, 805-9504 or PETER SMITH, 083-9463 eve��>  LEVEL WATERFRONT #4009  Horo Ii a l��v��lracro��i|bl*lWffrfr8^  with 129' frontago on tho road. Only qbout 1 1/2,rfille�� to  Sechelt Village, on oast side of Secholt Inlet, AuMno. prlco  $42,500, Cash offers, or vendor will carry a largo balanco at  curront interest rales, DON HADDEN, 085-9463, or PETER  SMITH, 003-9463 eves,  Kent-.  885-4461  John R. Goodwin  '&ftp--R; 7j*.[,%_#t**K y^i u:^,\  ^BJt-W-wpjwswtfiW!   (Haw^nMrvttG  wlfevWt *��  i-.��w-�� t����W��*!nd*T-pri<f-ji  M      ��   r ,  l * %�� * * ���  i|J)'^^'M^ii<(WK*WffjBl^WKl^��'*l'��  ���u  ��-*^.1!^#4����^ltelrt*lil^iittMSaiF^i��'(  v., ,  ���v-   *  ISSft^^M-WA^Vl!^  ��**te#^����*eiiB<*1l'��*!*i*i��,**i,**V!^'��l:''  vWJj6��61#l*iSW*��&--lW!  '       I 4. " v  _:^.  thr*  A  "I'm sorry I.ew'J  bctp, sir. We  don't get .much  tall for, .poisoned  dirts." .  The real estate  n  ���--���The������-real������estate-  professional is a service man,  and the service he provides  for you is complex, exacting  and very important, so if you  are not satisfied with your  �� service man, it is your'right to  complain.  Ask for a full explanation  of how he is working to sell  your property because many  of the things he does may not'  be obvious.  You, as the client, deserve  the best possible service, but  _ jemember that youralso have_  a responsibility in the.sale of  your property.  Are you setting your price  too high? HavfcT you been  guided by the professional  (evaluation offered by the real  estate licensee/ or are  allowing emotion get in the  waV-ofjrjouF-^ectivity?  There   could  be   many  PageB-6    The Peninsula Times     Wednesday, Sept 6  agejnonej^  it' was calculated that an  additional twenty dollar per  month payment resulted in a  saving of approximately forty  one thousand dollars over the  live bf the mortgage.  A minimum monthly  mortgage - payment habit  could become expensive!  reasons why your property is  not selling as quickly as you  think it should and you should  investigate before you  criticize.  - Mortgage financing is the  only method by which most  people are able to buy -their  own homes.  There have  been many  criticism  of  the  cost  of  _b&r_rovwng mortgage money,  andmany mortgagors are not-  given information on how to  increase their payments' as  their ~ incomes- increase   in  .order to save considerable  mortgage interest.  . When applying for a  mortgage or reviewing it, pay.  close attention to prepayment  privileges/ If you use the  prepayment privilege wisely  and regularly you can save  many dollars and years of  "moftpgeliebt." One example-  of mortgage cost saving is  based on a forty thousand  dollar loan at eleven per cent  over thirty five years in which  George Townsend 885-3345  Doug Joyce 885-2761  Bob Bull  ^852503T~  Insurance value of your home  Contrary to popular belief,  the insurance value of a home  is not reckoned by its market  value. Subtract ttie value of  ~the lancfffom the total worh of  your property and you still do  not arrive at the insurable  - figure.  Insurance is based on the  "-replacement���cost    of"~ a  ;' dwelling ... what it would  cost to replace a totally  destroyed building. Insurance  .companies first arrive at a  construction cost figure  worked out on a per-square  foot basis. The next step is  value for extra features such  as finished basements,  number of bathrooms, special  panelling. Then consideration  is given to standard, custom  or luxury design building and  materials.  On top of these three figures  is an inflation value and extra  cost for outbuildings and so  your insurance value is  established, making up the  fire protection part of your  total home-owner policy.  ATTENTION!  Retire on the-beautiful  coast of Pender Har-  bour.-We have 6 Mobile  Home Sites left.  Single Wides  or Double Wides  Located at Garden Bay  100% Bank Terms OPFC  LANCER HOMES  call collect  Ed Zack, 591-5105  Frank Lewis 886-9997  Jack Anderson      885-2053  I    Stan Anderson 885=2385  realty mm  IN THE VILLAGE: 3 bedroom exec home,  1650 sq ft all on one level. Features large  kitchen with .eating  area.  Formal dining  -room,���living   room, _den_ with bathroom  adjoining 'on a 5' crawlspace. Lot is completely landscaped & ready fo etfjoy. This is  a medallion home-with built-in vacuum  cleaning system. Reduced $3,000 for im-  "met^aje sale at $53,500.  ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE: 2 bdrm  attractive home on almost 2 acres  level Hiway frontage, easy access.  Goodlarge" shop with HD wiring for  bench tools. Home completely  remodelled. Shake roof, rancher  alum, siding." Several "outbldgs.-  Secluded landscaped property. FP  $69,500.  885.-3211  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  Pott Offlto Box 1219, Sechelt  Vancouver   Toll   Free:   684-8016  iliSI  WEST.SECHELT: 9.5 acres of good'farm land.  Has new 4 bdrrn ranch style home. 2 ponds  _supplied_by" spring  water with approx  4  acres cleared, balance has some timber. All  services on paved rd. 2 miles from Sechelt  centre. This property has many  potential  SECHELT VILLAGE - 3 bdrm modular  home, 864 sq ft. Near new on clear  garden   lot.   Walk   to   shops1JPrice_  jndydes, stove  and  fridge,_washeti  and dryer, drapes. Must be sold. FP  $33,^00.     '  "-  SECHELT VILLAGE - Brand new 2  bdrm custom-built basement home.  Sunny bright kitchen. Extra insulation  in the ceiling, twin seal windows and  heatilatorfireplace. FP$56,500.  JB^aling directly with a seller  Home purchasers should  be awaije that' the responsibility of checking all  features of property is greatly  increased when-dealing direct  with the seller. *  u.  ^-  Without the knowledge and  interest of a middle'man, or  broker, the direct house buyer  must check out the price,  location, zoning, financing,  quality of construction and  insulation, structural, wiring  . and plumbing standards.  Be sure to use the services  .  of legal advice and be certain  that every detail of the pur-       chase   is- specified ~in  the  contract.  own satisfaction:  In responding to a "For  Sale by Owner" sign or advertisement, give careful  consideration to all aspects to  make sure the property is  what you are seeking. Be  prepared, be informed and be  wise in any home purchase.  ALL TYPES.OF INSURANCE  Seaside PI axa   886-2000  r-rt   Gibsons.  886-2607  '"1"  MUST SELL  RTs~nof~difficult to buy  direct if you have the time and  inclination, and if you make  all the proper checks for your  ���1'  Sechelt Village-3 Bdrm Home  1 block from shopping and school  Appliances-close to park-fully landscaped.  885-2646  VIEW HOME, DAVIS BAY;. 3  bedrooms, large living room and a  fantastic landscaping job, Garage in  part basement. Lot is 60 x 150,  blacktop driveway, 1 block to level  beach. Asking $48,900.  GIBSONS: Attractive two bpdroony  home with part basement ori .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.  <  HIGHWAY 101 SOLNIK: One acre  with two bedroom .house. Gently  sloping land in grass with creek at  one side. Shed at rear could be used  for horse barn. Under proposed  bylaw No. 96.27 it would allow home  industry.-$39,900r���=" ------  BEAUTIFUL DAVIS BAY: Immaculate  _3, bedroom-home   In ibis,   most  desirable" area.- Features^ are:  ensuite, acorn fireplace, electric  forced air heating and a most at-:  tractive view!  FP $55,000.  ������-���  ROBERTS CREEK, 3 BEDROOM - Im  ��� maculate 3 .bedroom ground level  home on an 80 x 140' cleared lot.  Some nice cedars on the property.  Home has a brick fireplace & is  heated with automatic oil. All wall to  wall carpets throughout. Crawl space  foundation7FPTT4790tf  DAVIS BAY: 17&0 sq ft 3 bedroom, 2  -full - bathrooms- Enclosed -garage���  "many"deluxe features  &  built-ins.  Yard    all    fenced    &    landscaped.  Cement drive.  Garden.  72 x   110'  treed property. A real family home.  $65,000 FP. '  flf.'SEs  CHARMING FAMILY TWO STOREY  HOME in Sechelt's newest residential  area.- Short walk in to the Village.  Home is two stories and 3 bedrooms.  Large lot and double carport. Paved  dead end road. FP $52,250.  ^  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE LTD.  Box 1490, R.R. 1  Wharf Road, Sechelt B.C. VON 3A0   ^ -885-3271  Were the Neighborhood Professionals  TM  'I  ',!. .,  $20,000  r�����."ViT0.l;--.^1K ���..".  y     HOPKINS LANDING  SCRUB    BRUSH    ft    PAINT,  $34,000. No reasonable offer  refused v oni this 2 bdrfri  basement home. 3rd bdrm: In  bsmt. Hugo kitchen with many  cupboards, noar new stovo &  fridge. Walk to ferries. Chuck  Dowman, 885.9374.  GIBSONS  SARGENT ROAD $13,900  Magnlflcont ocoan vlow lot, fully serviced^ on sower. 65 x llO',  close to all artionltlos. Builders terms avallablo. Larry Roardon,  885-9320, '  RETIREMENT SPECIAL $43,500  Spotless 2 bodroom homo with terrific gardens arid cement  patio, garago with workshop and storago level.' Walk to shops  and watorfront, Chuck D6wman, 885-9374.  ROBERTSCREEK  UP & DOWN DUPLEX $49,500  Largo 3 bedroom with excollont rovonuo potontlal,  Locatod on 1 acro noar  Roborts Crook on Highway  101, Vondor w|ll consldor  , oflors. Ed Dakor, 805-2641.  ACREAGE ��� INVESTMENT  2,14 acros at Joo and Lower Roberts Crook Road with ovor 700  , on Iho Lowor Road, Could bo 4 lots ��� torrlflc potontlal for tho  Investor, Chuck Dowman, 085-9374.  WILSON CREEK  COMMERCIAL HIGHWAY. 101 RIPE FOR DEVELOPMENT     ,  -3,66acros;408ftof highway frentage,by 396 ft doop on Airport  Road, Present rovpnun of $5700 por annum, Ownor will cqnsldor  torms, Kon H, Wolls, 086-7223,  TUWANEK  160 FT. FRONTAGE $14,800  Cloarod and rpady (or building, Hall block to wator and safo  swimming. Easy torms. Chuck Dowman 005.9374,  ,,         ,    ,���.. SECHELT .        .  1/3RDOFANACRB $1,500 DN  Wator Is on this boautlfully trood lot, fronting on two roads.  Excollont vlow potential, Full prlco $13,500, Chuck Dowman,  003-9374, ,  SECHELT VILLAGE $69,900  Now doluxo 3 bodroom, lull haswnont homo ol 1320 sq fl,  camplolod appro* 30 days. Largo LR, DR aroa with FP, kltchon l��  a housewives droam with built-in bar-b-que,full doublo plbg, AH  fanturni must ho soon to ho approclnlod, Ed Oakor, 005-2641.'  WATERFRONT lOT/VIEW LOT $1 fl,500 H.8,600  At Sandy Hook wo havo thl* 100'+ waterlrqnl'.lot, closo to road  and ad|i)liilno wllh an oxcollont vlow lot thai Hos'noxl la B,T,  t.o rry RwmoiT'WW^WOr**^^���**^'"" "*" '���---�����---*-'�����-''"'���-���----  VILLAOC   7 i "$46609|UripUaio  Wqll 'hWft* wftMtilfl, cloar; ^jjpdnoprti, bungalow, Walking  ������rtri-.nim.rt ro stores ann sc'noffi*,i.K�� I nm WirtfflWplao*, dlnfrlto,1"  jutlllly, 2 fuH'Hnthroqms, Ownorsjoavlnp, Imniodlato possession,  Ed Oakor, 005-2641,  WEST SECHELT  ���J M  EXCEPTIONAL     VA(LUE,  $59,900. From the landscaped  grounds and cathedral |on-,  trance to the 1 bdrm suite, this  almost 1500', 3 bdrm, 2  fireplaces, largo rec room  beauty truly represents value.  Situated In W. Sechelt, It Is our  .pleasure to show this home.  Larry Roardon, 885-9320,  $18,500  1.17 acres; Nlcoly trood, gontlo sl6po to SW will havo a good  view whon some troos como down. Ed Baker, 885-2641  $2,500 PER ACRE  Comploto prlyacy yot only 10 minutes from Socholt, 25 acros,  mostly lovol with gontlo slopo. Roac] ft.hydro to proporty. Chuck  Dowman, 885-9374.  $56,500  Attractive Spanish typo 3 bdrm bungalow, approx 3 yrs built,  Large LR 20 x 20 with flroplaco, opon boam callings, DR family  ��� Jkltchon. All bdrms largo, mastor onsulto w/w throughout. Largo  workshop at roar, Floor aroa 1584 sqft. Ed Bakor, 885-2641.  REDROOFFS / HALFMOON PAY AREA  , *, ,   '       i.,M , ,  1/2 ACRE VIEW $15,600  Nlcoly soml-cloared lot with gontlo slopo to south. Nlco vlow  over Sargoant, Day, Chuck Dowman, 005-9374,  WELCOME WOODS $9,500 &$9,750  Two oxtra largo Ipts 125'x200', Larry Roardon, 005-9320.  $13,500  Boautlful 1/2 acro lot, loadod with troos on blacktop road, wllh  walor and hydro, Larry Roardon, 005-9320,  ,, HALF.-ACRB LOT         ..,,���;,.���,,�����,,��, ��� .,.,,...$ 16,000 -  Larflo trood lot al Iho cornor ol Rodroolls Road and Iho road to  Sarooant Day, Sorvlcod with hydro and wator, Larry Roardon,  009-9320,  i $12,800  NorWoit Day Rd woodod Ipt. 70 x 150, tonod R2. Trailers  allowod, Sign on, Ed Dakor, 005-2641,  PENDER HARBOUR AREA  GARDEN BAY ROAD , $22,800  Rock bluff building slto on this 3.5 acro woodod proporly, would  provide-torrlflc vlow avor pasture land, All yoar stroam. Easy  torm�� available, Chuck Dowman, 005-9374,  BARGAIN HARBOUR LOT $22,600  Soml-watorfront property, |ust across tho Narrows Brldgo and  fnclno Bargain Harbour, Trood and good for building on, wllh  ,|tut tlio road botwoon you and tho walor, Larry Roardon, 085-  9320,     . .   '   ���     ���  .  MADEIRA PARK RANCH $125,000   j^r* working rpncfi, p|| foncod and croii-fi��ncod,Qood.|orai),  bar)), good pasture and somo fruit troos, All yoar round wator  supply, and for tho lady of tho house - It has a modern 2  ,   bodroom homo, Han facilities for horio shows and rodeos, Larry  Roardon, 005-9320.  SECHELT VILLAGE: Ideal location  close to boat launch. 1096 sq ft with  fireplace, plus 'patio & workshop.  Large treed lot. FP $43,500. Terms  ���SELMA PARK^Fantastic-Viewf^Near-  new family home on large,- treed  garden property. Large living room,  separate dining room. Rec roam 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!  Ll CUtU&v*  ISECHELT: New 3 bedroom hbme with  |view,  a   bright  kitchen  and   large  utility room and on a largej lot. En-  suite  off   master   bedroom. Jihake  roof.lteduced to $38,900. "  .ROBERTS  CREEK:'"Charming^-one  bedroom cottage on 1.4 acres * of  beautifully treedproperty. Approx 1  acre cleared with barn and corral. FP  $37,000. ^  WATERFRONT SECLUSION ��� A most  desirable residence secluded, yet  close 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  roaim $ bpth. This .is- an exclusive  home���for���elegant���living-and en-���  tertaining. Priced at $115,000. Some  terms.  V  CREEKSIDE HOME: on 6/10 acre with  parklike setting, towering trees &  spacious, easy to maintain level  llawns. One year new expansive  Ihome has two large bedrooms.  |Separate~entrance.Jia!Ueads_��P_a_  (large living room with fireplace that  invites gracious entertaining. A 23' x  28' attached garage could be con-  I verted to an extra bedroom ft family  roonl_.An_g_dded plus Is a 440'  workshop with 3 pee plumbing. Close"  to the best sandy beach In area. FP  $68,500. .    *    ,    ���       ���  BAYVIEW EXECUTIVE HOME: Situated on a 1.25. �� acre lof. This new  large 3 bodroom home has 1700 sqft on tho main floor and 13Q0sq  ft on tho lower level. Features Include shake roof, expensive  carpets; two flroplacos on ,tho main floor, solid oak cupboards,  boams and high ceilings In living area, forced dlr hoatlng, 3 pee  onsulto, redwood dbl pane windows, largo deck plus a fantastic  vlow of Sargeant's Bayi Prlcod at $89,500. I  WATERFRONT HOME: Modern  designed, on rare to find flat, level  waterfront. Features channel cedar-  interior, 3 bedrooms, lots of windows  with all living areas having a view.  Lot is 75x350' (1/2 ac plus). Many  , trees & good privacy. FP $99,500.  -WEST-SECHELT^-New-i-bedroom-wlth  'WnYsho^^M'omeoFlhVafea"'6f-rniw:  homes. Features Include large kitchen  &  nook,  fireplace,   basement  flue for stove, finished rec' room in  L.bjasementi_car|3ort, sundeck and  a  level easy to landscape y/arcTTrTced .  right at $53,900.  ROBERTS CREEK: A flno building lot 72 x 105' closo lo boach accoss.  Proporty Is sloping to tho south, Paved road. Asking $15,000,  REDROOFFS AREA: Wlldwood Rd., 125 x 200' lovol lot, vory oasy to  build on. Doautlful evergreens. Prlcod for Immodiato sale at  $11,000.        ,  '   '   ,-y   SECHELT VILLAGE: Pebble Croscont. Lalfge city lot cleared"! roady for  building, Prlcod at $13,000.  SARGEANTS DAY: 1 acre watorfront lot, fully serviced, Beautifully  trood wllh arbutus and ovorgroons, Ppnoramlt' southerly vlow.  Many oxcollont building sltos, Woll known fishing spot. FP $30,000.  REDROOFFS AREA: Approx ono trood acro, 99' on Rodrooffs Rd.  Closo to boach and boat launch, Fully sorvlcod, Full prlco only  $11,Soo;   SECHELT VILLAGE, WATERI^RONTi 150' of trood gontly sloping oasy  to build on watorfront, All sorvlcos Including sowor lator this yoar,'  Jorlous watocl^ont b^^ v  DAVIS BAY VIEW LOTi Easy tormi =' 207."down �� tho balanciq ovor  easy paymonts on this southern oxposuro vlow lot, Excavation and  cloarlng havo boon dono, FP $13,900,  WATERFRONT BROWNING ROAD:.  One of a kind ��� 75' pebble beach  and a level lot. Qulot area away from  the highway In a secluded location. 3  bedroom home with fireplace, 2  bathrooms, carport, largo dining  room & living room, Everything you  nood for rotlromont living, summor  or permanent homo, 1400 sq ft offered at a reduced prico of $85,900,  WEST SECHELT: 1/2 acro trood vlow lot In a qulot residential-subdivision off of Mason ftd. This will be tho finest rosldontlal aroa on  the coast. Tho lot has all facllltlos Including sowor. Lots of topsoll, FP  $15,500, ' . '" * .   . P ���,_.  ���i ' .-������'        ;"  FRANCIS AVENUE: Rodrooffs ��� 2 bedroom cottage on 1,54 acres of  land with fruit troos and a good gardon. Almost 1/2 clqarod, Cottago Is vory coxy with heatilator flroplaco and a carport, FP $47,500,  SECHELT VILLAGE LOT:'Already cloarod, ready to build, Sloplnglot  wllh possible vlow. Closo to shopping, schools, Asking $13,000.  -< i        *  ACREAGE: Wost Secholt - 21 acros of predominantly lovol land, Half  Is cloarod, foncod, dralnod and In pasture. Romalndor Is waodod,  Yoar round crook travorsos proporty, No buildings, FP $55,000,  CLEARED LEVEL LOT: Socholt Vlllago - 62,5 x 120'. Roady for  building, Ownor will trado as part down payment on homo, Valuo  $11,500,  DAVIS DAY VIEW HOME: 060 sq ft, 2 bdrm homo with appllancos, All  wall to wall carpot. Coxy 8, Inoxponslvo to hoat, Concroto drlvoway  and parking ��lab. Fir Rood location. FP $43,500 torms,     '���  SOUTHWOOD ROAD: Closo to 1/2 acro, Lovol building lot. Hydro  and regional wator at road, Chock ft comparo, Attractlvoly prlcod at  $9,450.  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOME: A coxy, /noar now 792 iq ft-2 bodroantf '  homo closo lo Iho boach at Chapman Crook, No stairs, oloctrlc hoat,  doublo glaxlng. Govornmont propald loaso has 19 yrs to run. FP  $32,000,  DAVjS DAY: Laurel, Road v|ow lot 67.50 x 162', On* of the bottoi;,  views In tho aroa. Asking $16,000,  It'll oolno to ho eaty to foil in lov�� with thli charmino loa homr  that U complotoly romodollod Inside, Nostlod on fl acros of  'This 2 bdrm homo l�� 8 mln fcom now Brighton widH^arry  RflWdon, 003-9320.     , '   '    ,    ,. ,  T  OIBSONS HOME WITH ACREAGE: Largo 3 bdrm homo on 7 acros  with Chaster Creak bordering 1 side of fenced proporty. Homo  noods some repair but has been partially renovated, Land Is cloarod  & In grass, A njco,situation. FP $89,300, ���,  ' ������'       ���  ,      .   I   U ^   '  ..I... ..... 4... .        .  UPPER ROBERTS CREEK: 10 acre ol land with 3 bdrm noar now homo.  ��oL237.6�����qJJ,���qnd a 4000 sq fl aluminum clad, fully,,Insulated.,,  building, Building Is all wlrod for 220 powflr ft could havo many  usos. Concroto ^floor, cloqr spdn, FP $09,900,  LOWER ROADL ROBERTS CREEKi Ovor 5 acros of gontly sloping  property with Southern oxriosuro, 500 x 300', Year-round crook  llowsJhrouBhcdrnorolpropOrty.E��coll��nll>uyo��FP $35,000.  i  W/MERFRONT., IIOPKINS LANDING: 2 ad|o|nlrtg hoachfiont lots'  I    I   $73,000. HF !k  J      \ ���,���,�����.,��� ��� . 1      ' , I!  SECHELT VILlAGEs S ocros moasurlnp 330' x 660'. Will eventually  havo a vlow, Closo to tho arona, Try your offor to $35,000,  SELMA PARK VIEW LOT: Extra larg�� 90 x 179 lot, cornor locotlon,  easy accoss, excollont vlow of Trail Island, FP $15,500.  SECHELT WATERFRONT - Two 70' trood lots 70 x 120 wllh lano at  roar, Ideal rotlromont sites. $33,000 oach.  ROBERTS CREEK: Troocj lat wllh a year round stroam. Asking $7300.  APPROXIMATELY FIVE Aciisf Trood, gontlo southerly slope. 260''  highway Irontago. Somo merchantable tlmbor. Handy.locotion,  closo to Joo Rd. FP $31,000. _, ,,...'  WILSON CREEKi On Browning Rd a 75 x 150' vfowlot only 300' from  boach, road accoss. This lot Is partially cloarod and foncod, roady to  -bulW.��mmr-A-*^Ami^*mm*--^k>wm'^~^ii%tnimwr'OTm~tti o Kfnrt aT'  $16,900,  REDROOrFSi Tidy 2 bodroom coltogo on 1 1/2 arr^siif land lOOjfc  **2^vi ft.*> "mda-Mf" s*<-k-'��M^��.��^r~' "* J*"   "'   ' ---.w**^  division. Homo has art opon plan with heatilator flroplaco, Carport  and storago shed. FP $47,300,  m iiii ��� I .1 1 ��� I ������ .1 wiiiw.  j  \.���,  *    *  I  'tfV  W'ri^J^^^HojWwW!-^^  !*W��MW^*sstisW*.WlW!^^  i .>,  ., x . ' ���* .  rXyX  ^J|^^^|^|||rjr,^'!  W^dnesd^yy ^ept 6,1978  ��� INSURANCE ��� MORTGAGES  The Peninsula Times  Page B-7  MEMBER BROKER  1,4  '-" ���**������*��;*��fecan- -  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD:  / \  886-2481   (GIBSONS)  Van. Direct  687-6445  2 Offices to Serve YOU  885 3295    (SECHELT)  Van. Direct  681-7931  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre   VON IVO  HOMES  DAVIS & SHAW ROAD $57,000  Gold Medallion tri-level. home. Four  bedrooms, two fireplaces, two bathrooms,  workshop. Close to shopping centre. Call  Jay Visser.   -        . -.  SPECIAL  GLASSFORD RD. 63 x 160' cleared lot. Fill  in. Water & sewer connected. $10,000.  Call Jay Visser.    , PARK S REED ROAD $56,000  Excellent" family home on large land-  escaped lot. Fruit trees. This home features  3 good sized be'drooms, living room with  fireplace, dining area, large kitchen.  Finished rumpus room with F.P., and inflow suite in basement 36 x 13 garage.  'Call Jay Visser  HILLCREST DUPLEX $37,500  Gpod    investment,   good   assumable  mortgage of $22,000. Reyenye.$_3_80.    --  Call Anne Gurney_  2 BDRM SPLIT LEVEL $53,000  Located on Pratt Road on approx 1 acre of  good garden soil. Roomy 12x16 kitchen.  'Separate dining room. Large carport and  12x20 workshop. Call Anne Gurney.  LANGDALE VIEW $49,500  3 bedroom. A terrific view of Howe Sound  _ond_North Shore mountains. 16 x 30' living  room with granite fireplace. '  NORTH ROAD $12,900  1974 Neonex Trailer Home, beautifully set  up on^ rented   pad  50 x   130.  Comean  Trailer Court. Call Anne Gurney.  POPLAR LANE .   $48,500  Three bedrooms, fireplace, dining room.  Walkintfefistance to village, one block to  amenities. A must see! Call Anne Gurney.  SEAVIEW RD $27,500  2 bedroom older home with sundeck and  carport. Great view.'Call Jay Visser.  FAIRVIEW $58,500  Large charming home, 3 bedrooms could  be 4. On 1/2 acre. Place for horse,  chickens and hobbies. Call Anne Gurney.  SEAVIEW RD $23,750  Good starter or retirement home on treed  |���view���lot-���On���sewer-.���Ffidge,���stove-  washer. Call Jay Visser. ^   "7^  HOMES  LIKE WATERFRONT $48,000  Half block to safe pebble beach from  beautiful Gibsons bluff location. 3  bedroom home has terrific view from  living room & master bedroom. Fireplace,  basement, good garden area, drop in and. ���  see the picture or call to view. Call Dave  Roberts. _  WATERFRONT OR ? $89,500  . One   corner, pin   on    the   beach.    No  waterfrontage tax. 1500 sq ft in almost  ���brand- new- home7~very "modern'~very~"  private.   Steps, in   to  good   beach   with  .-excellent moorage. Call for appointment  . to view.1 Call Dave Roberts '  HOPKINS LANDING $52,000  Pt Rd home with lots of living space. Great  view,  beach access -across  street.   Calb"  Anne Gurney. >���*  CRUCIL ROAD . $56,000  Lovely family home, 2 fireplaces. -3  bedrooms up and 1 down. View of  mountains,   Keats   Island   and   Shoal  '- Channel. Call Anne Gurney.        - -.  "SELMA PARK ~~ $23,000  Immaculate 2 bdrm home on level lot: Lots  of extras for this low price. Call Jay Visser.  WATERFRONT $55,000  Gibsons Bay area. On sandy beach. We.ll  kept home, 3 bdrms, den, large living-  dining area. Stone fireplace. Call George  Cooper.  $11,750  Call Jay  LOtS  WATERFRONT LOT - $25,500  58' esplanade waterfront aijd 80' on Gate ~  Road. 225' average depth located in the  Village of Sechelt close to tKe arena. Safe  moorage in front.  GRANTHAMS '    $10,000  Nice view lot. 50 x 110.  CHASTER ROAD $12,500  s Large lot near schools..  'DUPLEX ZONED view lot In village $17,500  BLUFF $13,500  View lot only 150 feet from sewer. View   ���  of Bay & Village. Call Anne Gurney.  FIRCREST LOTS $9,700  Take your choice. Signs on. 61 x 131*. -  Call Dave Roberts.  TUWANEK  JuieljuTcaundings-oiv6.0-x-W0-lotv-Pfice���  slashed to..$6,250. CaH'-GeorVo^cboper.''"  JOHNSON & FORBES  Cleared lot, for this low price.  Visser.  ^HOPKINS LOT ' $ 10;50(T  'Has good view, located across from good  beach access. Call Dave Roberts.  MANHANRD. $12,500  93 x 125. Lots of lovely big cedars. Quiet  area. Water S power.  YMCA $10,500  1.63.25   x   87.07   in   area   of   attractive  homes. 2 to choose from.Call AnneGurney.  PRATT RD $55,000  3 bdrm home, fireplace^ charmmg knotty_  "pineTtifcRenT^A nicefiouse on 2.87 acres.  Call Anne Gurney.  WATERFRONT  SECRET COVE AREA $35,000  51' x 161' Serviced lot on Trueman fd.  ,���JGAMBIER ISLAND WEST BAY   .     $65,000  133' of good waterfront. S.E. exposure and  great view* Good water supply. Large lot  with possible future subdivision. 'Private  ramp & float. 3 bdrm Panabode. Sundeck,  w/w carport. Heatilator fireplace, stove &  .fridge..Call-Jay Visser."    _-.-   ROBERTS CREEK $45,000  Access easement on  adjacent  lot.  This  type of prime waterfront is rare on the .  market. Call George Cooper.  GAMBIER ISLAND $12,000  Semi-waterfront lot at Thornboro Bay.  Call Anne Gurney.  SARGENTS BAY   80' Wft Lot.        $32,000  250" deep and covered with  salal  and  arbutus-frees._ldeaUocation_neat-encLol_  ^uiet street in West Sechelt. Power and  _.water to lot.  HALFMOON BAY Low Bank Wft,, $35,000  Beautiful lotwith southern exposure. This  is low bank waterfront, but does not have"  a beach. Salal bushes and Arbutus trees  _. are the natural landscape. Sewer, water &  power avail. . ���   ���  EASTBOURNE KEATS ISLAND $46,500  Veryl attractive 2 bdrm Gothic Arch with  625 sq ft sundeck, SE exposure. Call Anne  Gurney.  Box 979, next to Gulf Station, Sechelt VON 3A0  HOMES  HOMES  GIBSONS $38,500  Beautiful uninterrupted view, from this  older three bedroom family home. Large  living room and-kitchen. Partial basement  with workshop area. Separate garage off  lane. Must be seen to be appreciated, For  more information on this well priced home  contact Suzanne Dunkerton. 92GV  ACREAGE  ,10 ACRES OF WOODLAND  For true  pioneers.  $38,200, Vicinity~of_  Hanbury Road.  Call George Cooper.  NORTH ROAD $27,000  3.-4 acres, treed and parklike. No windfalls  7o)^"dltfb(7^l!^AT?^5rfroTrrs1de~road-  privacy. Call Jay Visser.  SELMA PARK $53,000  Quality "three" bedroom home. Attractive '  fireplace for those cozy winter evenings.  Lovely view of Trail Islands with garden  and nicely landscaped yard. Basement  tastefully completed for your extra needs.  Call Terri Hanson or Ann Ibbitson for  viewing. _'.'_.    80SP  DAVIS BAY-VIEW $54,000  If you are looking for a really nice three  bdrm home with a panoramic view of  Georgia Strait and lots and lots of extra  space, don't miss this one. It features open  plan living and dining room accented with -  white limestone fireplace, 24' sundeck,  carport and attractive landscaping. Immediate-possession. Call Corry Ross.  HOMES ACREAGE $115,000  Stop if you're looking for a Hobby Farm ���  you've found it ��� five acres of cleared and  fenced land. Large three bedroom quality  family home with feature fireplace,  several outbuildings, very large workshop  ���and���second���residence.���Call���Suzanne-  Dunkerton for more info.  IN THE VILLAGE $36,900  An open plan home with the kitchen and-{  , living room combined. This home has^A'^f,  sunken tub and outside barbecue,  two  bedrooms,    two    washrooms    and    a  fireplace. Great for a starter home. Call  Don Sutherland for more information.  54SV  POPLARjLANE $47,500  Two 3 bdrm  ensuite  homes  to  choose  from. Basements and carports. Walking  distance   to   schools,   shopping   and  recreation & drinking.  1 ACRE WITH COTTAGE $24,900  Secluded Roberts Creek area walking  distance to beach. 1 bdrm, kitchen, living  room, bath. Vacant now.  FAIRVIEW $27,900  T97TNeonex~tra?ler"attractlvely"set-up-on-  landscaped lot.  LANGDALE     nwnifc*       $90,000  ��� Fantastic- price _fat_a-fantastic -home!���'-  ^-Located-on-Langdale Ridge looking down  on the water & ferry terminal. The 1800 sq  ft home is fully.developed on two levels  and has features galore. Circular concrete  driveway, spiral stairs off .the foyer, fully  fitted kitchen, large master bedroom with  walk-in closet. A truly quality home. Call  Don Sutherland for appointment to view.  ,. CHAMBERLAIN ROAD $97,500  Executive Hobby Farm. 4.38 acres, mostly  cleared with front yard completely landscaped. Over 2110 sq ft of living area in  this tri-level, 3 year young horrie. Owner  built quality includes 2 fireplaces, shake  roof, double attached carport, double  glazed windows, the list goes on and on.  Call Dave Roberts for appointment to  view.  BEACH AVENUE $46,500  Well built family, home. &bdrms & nursery.  Covered sundeck, close to beach access.  WATERFRONT  EGMONT WATERFRONT        $150,000  Approx 20 acre of prime recreation land,  offering total privacy. Easy access to  water, nicely wooded. Owner will consider financing. Call Ann Ibbitson or Don  Sutherland.  ROBERTSCREEK $85,000  For easy transition from city to country  living, this immaculate two bedroom  home   has   much   to   offer.   The   large   secluded waterfront lot is absolutely level  to the house'which is just above beach  level. If you are looking for a comfortable ~  home in a tranquil setting, please call  ����SSY Ross.  DAVIS BAY ,_     $85,000  Beautiful tall evergreens are the setting  for this two bedroom 1097+ square foot  older type home featuring a spacious  living and dining room with stone  heatilator fireplace. A large sundeck  overlooks the grounds which run down to  approx 90' of waterfront. There is also a  well-built combination guest cottage and  workshop and a separate garage. Call  Corry Ross. ��� ,  SECRET COVE $70,000  Delightful grass-covered peninsula jutting  southwest_intarlongrarm"'of Secret-Cove.  Nearly 370' of waterfrontage with older 2  -BR-cottager-deep-,water-mogragerand'a~  dock. A super buy. Call Corry Ross.     52SC  WATERFRONT  SUNSHINE  Waterfront lot. Hydro, water and sewer  hook-up available. Boat launching ramp  approx 150' away., Overlooking-��Merry  Island. Excellent buy at $32,500. Call Terri;  Hanson for more details. 85HB  MAPLE ROAD, EGMONT W/F       -$95,000  560 feet of waterfront on sheltered  Egmont Channel. Excellently developed  1040 sq ft of double wide with addition.-  Many good "building-~sites7~A perfect���,  combination of privacy, view and  sheltered moorage. Owner, will fihance.  Call Don Sutherland for more info.     66EG   ,  LOTS & ACREAGES  SELMA PARK $12,300 _  Large building lot. in developed area.  Property has some large trees, j Call  Suzanne. .  REDROOFFS ROAD                                  '       _  Large lot with gentle slope. Good building  site. Potential view, priced ai $,12,200 for  a quick sale. Phone Terri Hanson for more  details.                                                    81RD  BUILDERS TAKE NOTE   .  Side by Side lots with magnificent view,  only $8,500 each. Call Ann Ibbitson.  ROBERTSCREEK                                $13,000  Half acre lotwith some lovely trees. In the .  heart    of    Roberts    Creek!    Suzanne ���  " Dunkerton; ~"   90   x  Phone  SANDY HOOK $10,500  Beautifully unimpeded view  up Sechelt  Inlet on this large building lot. Suzanne  Dunkerton.        _ '"       -  WEST SECHELT  View    lot,   approximately  Selective   clearing   done.  Hanson for more details.  WEST SECHELT LOTS  Two lots side by side on-  " Road. One lot With two f rontages.^ldeal-  for investor or builder. Call Don,  Sutherland.,. 83WS  GRANDVIEW ROAD \$ 13;500  Lovely building lot in Gibsons, Gower Pt!  In   area   of   new   homes,   close   to   all  -amenities���Call-SuzannerBunkertoTv: ^~  TUWANEK  _Viewjqt close to beach. Vendor will carry.  150'.  Terri"  -82WS  $23,500  Norwest Bay  y  Phone Terri Hanson  Priced at $10,000.  90TK  GIBSONS OFFICE SALES STAFF  SECHELT OFFICE SALES STAFF  JAY VISSER  885-3300  ANNEGURNEY  886-2164  DON SUTHERLAND, Broker  <    885-9362  DAVE ROBERTS  886-8040  GEORGE COOPER  886-9344  SUZANNE DUNKERTON  885-3971  CORRY ROSS  885-9250 .  ANN IBBITSON  886-2542  TERRIHANSON  885-5046 -  OVER 800 OFFICES AND GROWING FAST  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts * Sales * Service  'Rotor Lather Sorvlco for Disc Brakos  and Drum Brakos  ," Valvo and Soot Grinding  " AM Makes Serviced ��� Datsun Specialists  Gibsons  Phono 886-7919  ECONOMY AUTO PARTS LTD,  Automobile, Industrial  and Body Shop Supplies  Secholt  865-5181  SPECIAL DISCOUNT  To Sunshlno Coast Rosldonts on Now Datsun  Can. & Trucks, Bank financing available, Call  Colloct 9-5 p,m,  ART LEIGH Bus: ��73-166,1  / D-0I774A  BUILDIN6 SUPPLIES  ""*"     '      "    "      ''        I������-1   Hill.    M II.   P |        ,   J,  .���IIM^I.      111,1  A.C. RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  All Your Building Needs  Madeira Park Phone 883-2585  WINDSOR PLYWOODS*  (th* Plywood Pooplo]  ALL PLYWOOD  Exotic and Construction  Panolllng ��� Doors ��� Mouldings  Gluos ��� Insulation  Hwy 101 Gibsons        18864221  BLASTlfcfcO  \   '  Jed's Blasting & Contracting Ltd.  AIL WORK FIJLLY INSURED  ' Paiamentt ' Driveways * Soptlc Tank*  Stumps ' Ditch Linos  Coll for a Iroo oillmalo anytlmo  eea-27J4     "Air Tmsk AvollobU"      I8*-23IS  IE(i DONLEY PENDtR HARBOUR  COAST BACKHOE ^TRUCKING LTD.  ^Controlled Blasting  * Septic Tanks Installed  FULLY INSURED * FREE ESTIMATES  883-2274  DooOfour Club or Group  Roport lt�� Activities Regularly to 'The Times'?  L&HSWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  wlthRodlMl^pla&s  In Socholt 8, PontlofVlqrB^ur.  Dackhooi ��� Dumptrucki ��� Sand ft Gravol  u ....���..���,.  Porpolso Bay Rd-., Bon 172, Socholt  Ph. 885-5333 or 885-9666  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  CONTRACTORS (cont'd)  Business Cards, Wedding Invitations,  Letterhead*, Envelope*,  Rafflo Tickets.  PENINSULA TIMES  Phono 885-3231  CONTRACTORS  BUD'S TRUCKING  SAfMbrG^VEl^Filt  fast dopondablo service  PHONE 886-2952  Bok 276, Olbsons  . VISTA IMPROVEMENT  PROJECTS LTD.  CONTRACTING  434-4145 885-5087  M.W. TRANSPORT  & BULLDOZING SERVICES  CLEARING - EXCAVATION ��� TRUCKING  '  Comploto Sito Preparation  Murray War man ' Halfmoon Day  885-5648  J.B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031     ,  Dump Trud��-.s- Backhoo ��� Cat  Wator, Sowor, Drainage Installation  lond Cloorlng  FREE ESTIMATES  DISPOSAL SERV|C|:S  SUNSHINECOAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  Port Mellon to Ola's Covo  Tel j 886-2938 or 885-9973  * Commercial Containers AvallabU  ELECTRICIANS  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  Rosldontlal 1%. Commorclnl Wiring  ��� Polo Lino Installations  Eloctrlc Hooting  Iton Sim i p-��fld3i2662'���"-"* "Rick" Sim"  i    Does Your Club or Group  Report Us Activities Regularly to 'Iho Times'?  FIBERGLASSING  FIBERGLASS  Lamination, Repair, Boats  -   ���   Sundocks, otc.  12 yrs, oxporlonco  Paclfic-0 Fiberglass  eves: 885-2981  FLOORING ���CABINETS  CABINETS - CARPETS - LINOLEUMS  HbWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD.  ���' P.O. Box 694, Gibsons, B.C.  Blair Kennet, sales manager  ' Phone 886-2765  KENDeVRIESftSONLTD.  FLOORCOVERINGS  CARPETS - TILES ��� LINOLEUMS ��� DRAPES  <-~~�� OIBSONS ft SSCHILT        -,-.���  885-3424  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  Kitchen Cabinets  Speclalltsts In Romodelllng  886-9411  Showroom In Twilight Thoatro, Gibsons  HEATING  PAINTING  ANDYS PAINTING  ��� Professional Interior ft Exterior Painting  Froo Estimate  Commercial ft Rosldontlal  885-5407  PEST CONTROL  PIED PIPER COMPANY LTD.  BONDED PEST CONTROL SERVICES  '   '      I  call Paul M. Bulman at 434-6641  7061 Ollloy Avo. Burnaby  POOL SUPPLIES  T  \  SECHELT HEATING  ,   A INSTALLATION  Gas, OH A Eloctrlc Furnaco*  Flroplacos, Shoot Metal  Wayne Brackett  Ph. 885-2466  Ban7U  Sechelt, B.C.  Does Your Club or Group  .-Re port Its iKllvlties Regular ly*oIh*Hm����">  NEPTUNE POOL SUPPLIES  Liquid 8, Dry Chlorlno, pH Up and Down, and all  other pool chemicals &  supplies, Tost Kits,  Vacuum Hose 8, Pool Aceossorles^^-^��- -"   ^ *  North Road, Gibsons  886-2103  RETAIL STORES  C&S HARDWARE   N  Sechelt, B.C.  APPLIANCES��� HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  ROOFING  After 5 pm weekdays  all day Sal, ft Sun.  \  PRINTING SERVICE  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  PENINSULA TIMES  Phono 885-3231  RENTALS  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOdLS 4 EQUIPMENT        JSNTAUHSMIS,   EasyStrlpConcrote Forming Systems  Compr#����ort ��� Rototillt-rs ��� Generators  Pumps ��� Earth Tampers  Sunshlno Coast Hwy ft Francis Peninsula Rood  Mfldllra tojL_^_JCh�� J*3:2 &B5���  ROOFLAND ROOFING PRODUCTS  YourOne-StoR  \   Roofing Supply Corttre  886-2489   ,  SHOE REPAIRS  -  ��� ������   '        - 1;   -       ��� _ _  I  SHOE & LEATHER REPAIR  Field Road  2nd houso behind Homostopd Rostaurant   CORKINO BOOTS "*""" -������  Open Mon. ��� Sat., 9 o.m.�� S p.m.  885-5424  TIRES  \  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshlno Coast Highway  Box U, Gibsons, B.C.  886-2700  SALES ft SERVICE  All Brands Avallablo  Monday to Saturday, 0:30 am to 5i30 pm  Friday evening by oppolntment only  TREE TOPPING  -    PEERLESS TRE6 SERVICE  Complete Tree Service  'Tjompi, Guaranteed, Insured Work  Prlcos You Con Trust  thone i, Rlsbey,  ,��.����.,*,�����������,^.�����JI8&<i21fl9.��.....��.~��-��..��. - -  * 1 ,f  \     t  "���<V-  ^��ti!**��-j��#.-^W��-^^  ..#��.'  ,i*T.f ���f  PageB-8 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, Sept 6,1978  Profile of artist  and naturalist  Roger Peterson  Anyone interested in the outdoors must  be familiar with the Roger Tory Peterson  Field Guides. Oh Monday at 8 p.m. CBC's  The Nature of Things presents a special  one hour study of one of the world's  foremost artist-naturalist calledJ'Portrait  The Grub Bag  Bubble- upxai batch  By Ann  ~oflTBirdwatcher".  In the 30s, Peterson developed a system  of identification for birds which was later  developed into a guide for aircraft spotting  in World War 11 and as a ready identification for flowers, mammals, minerals  and insects.      "The program shows the-A.S. artist at  work in his Connecticut studio, on field  trips photographing birds as reference  material for his paintings, leading^bird  "watching ex^itions and at a dinner in his  honour.  _Two Canadians, Terry Shortt and  William H. Gunn (noted for his recordings  of wildlife sounds), are also featured in the  program.  . For that sweet tooth in the family, we  are putting up more of our own jams and  jellies. Now is the time to start on the fall  fruit. Peaches, apricots and plums are  waiting for you. A couple of ideas.  TROPIC PEACH JAM" X  V/i cups mashed, Reeled, ripe peaches  -(about 2pounds)r  Vz cup chopped, drained marichj  cherries. k  3 medium bananas, diced  2 ths. lemon juice      v-^_  1 box powdered fruit pectin ;  * 6 cups sugar  Mix-the first-five: ingredients together  hino  Squaringly yours  By MAURICE HEMSTREET  ���Hellorfellow square dancers, puil up a  chair or lean over my shoulder and I will  soon bring you up to date on square dancing with The Country Stars.  On August 12 the Square H Room was  just a rocking with three sets on hand and.  Seidand Ruth Walljngfbrd from Priest  River, Idaho (friends of Vic and Cecilia  Walker from Gibsons) They are without  doubt a wonderful couple and we say thank  you for joining us. Please tell your friends  that if they are up this way, give us a call  and we will soon have a square dance on  the go.  _August_ 19_^iJ3ick_and- MabeLDooley-  in a large, deep saucepan. Stir well and  bring to a full rolling boil, stirring constantly. Add the sugar and again bring to a  -rolling boil! Continue to stirandboiHor-  one minute. Remove from heat and stir  and skim for five minutes to prevent fruit  from floating. Ladle into small, hot  sterilized jars and cover with melted ,  paraffin. Makes about eight glasses.  CHUNKY PEACH JAM  3 cups peeled peach or apricot chunks (%:  inch diced)   Tciip sugar  2% cups peeled,~crushed peaches  Vi cup lemon juice  5% cups sugar  1 small jar drained and halved maracbino  cherries (optional)  1 bottle liquid pectin  ~ '������;  Stir peach (or apricot) chunks and 1 '  cup, sugar together hi a medium size  saucepan. When mixture is syrUpy, slowly  bring to a boil and cover. Simmer for five  or six minutes or until the fruit chunks are  tender. Scrape into a' large deep saucepan  'and add the crushed peaches, 5% cups  sugar, and lemon juice. Stir in well and  bring again to a full rolling boil on medium  high heat. Boil hard for one minute,  stirring constantly. Add the cherries apd  -remoye from heat. Stir-in the pectin." Skim  and stir for five minutes. Ladle into hot,  sterilized jars and cover with melted  paraffin or seal.  Some jelly tips:  1. Always heat the paraffin in hot  water.  ���2r When the jamisTcold, pour a little"  extra paraffin around the edges of the  glass. Tip and tilt to assure seal.  3. A half teaspoon of margarine on the  )AT   PAACTC Canada Grade A Beef  V 1    IWAW I ^ Boneless Chuck  Ib.  ISULUUN A Fletcher's, by the piece lb. B9  TOKAY GRAPES  California,  anoda #1 ... It  boiling jam will keep the foam down.  4. Never alter the amounts of  ingredients in recipes containing commercial pectin. Especially, don't reduce  the sugar. A balance of fruit and sugar and  pectin which is almost a chemical formula  is necessary to a good "set". For the same  reason, don't double or halve any pectin  recipe.  Many married couples have learned  that a joke can be the shortest distance  between two points of view.  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And on Wednesday, September 27,8  p.m., round dance classes withl Jeachers_  GIBSONS CUB  REGISTRATION  Beavers, Cubs, Scouts & Ventures  will be held on SEPT. 10th ^1^3"pnr  at Gibsons Cub Hall  Ages at time of registration -  Beaver - 5, 6, 7  Cubs - 8, 9. 10  Scouts - 11, 12. 13, 14  Ventures - 15, 16, 17  Reg. Fee: $9*.00  Books: $2.00  _Pjegse, ,p,ay~ at,..tjjme...af xeg!n..  No exceptions to age limits  VEGETABLE OIL .�����  oz.  $509  Nabob, Fruit or Orange  MARMALADE 24.,  19  Allen's,-Orange   FLAVOR CRYSTALS',4���-  Trend  LIQUID DETERGENT o3; 79  Royale," Twin Pack  PAPER TOWELS  15  -Nabob,- Reg. or Fine  COFFEE  199  Kraft  7 1/4 oz.  ���VI Ull /   I/40I.      gm     MgKfW  MACARONI DINNER 3/95  GoldSeal"  PINK SALMON 7  3/4 oz.  Del mon te, Sliced  PEACHES ����..,  SEAMLESS  /  ���Harry "aiicTDeahna Robertson.  J       August 26 ��� Just over one set in The  1   Square H  room^but^airyTa^TDeanna  Robertson have just, returned from about  two weeks on continuous sguare dancing  and here are some of the figures on hand.  First on the list was Penticton's 25th  square dance anniversary August 9-12 and  one of the highlights here was a caller  from Japan who received a standing  ovation from a group of more than 3,800  square dancers even though he had a few  problems with the English language. Then  Harry���and���Deanna - travelled- on~-to~/|  Kamloopstfor a bit of a rest, only to square^ j  up again on the 14th and 15th with local  clubs totalling about 500 dancers.    ___���  Aluminum  Then to top off the main pprtion of their  square dancetrip they boarded a bus for  The First Canadian Square and Round  Dance Convention held in Edmonton  August 17-19. On the last evening of square  dancing there were over 6,500 square  dancers on the floor at one time in the  coliseum. 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