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 X  \X7;  SULA  Servmg th? Sunshine Coast   (Howe Sound to Jems Inlet)   deluding Port Mellon   Hopkins lond.ng   Grantham* lond,ng. Gibson*   Roberjs Greek  Wilson Creek, Selma Pork   Sechelt, Halttnoon Boy   Secret Cove. Pender Hrb    Madeira Park   Garden Bay   Irvines Land.pg   Earls Cdv��,   Egmont  LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  2nd ClassrMail  Registration No.  1142  fhone '  885-3231  Volume 16���No. 41  Union <tS_ii%i?4isr Label  16 Pages ��� 20c Copy  (���gNA \~    Wednesday, Sept. 13,197JT  charges���  contemplated in  herbicide incident  Sechelt RCMP have decided not to lay  charges against several yduths who  dumped a quantity of B.C. Hydro her-  ~ bicider Tordon~10K~int^aowh6Im'Lake  September 2, but a Ministry of the Environment official said charges may be  laid against Hydro.  An investigation of the incident is being  conducted by Stuart Craig of the  provincial Pesticide Control Branch.  Craig told the Times he was "still not  fully convinced about the security of  storage" of the chemical.  The shed in which the herbicide was  stored was not locked, he said, and at least  some of the herbicide containers were not  marked to indicate their contents, both of  -which-are���violations-of���the���provincial  Pesticide Control Act.  The investigation probably will be  concluded this week or next, he said, and  "depending on what we find, our response  could go from a recommendation or  warning to laying of charges under the  Pesticide Control Act."  Craig said the herbicide apparently had  been stored at the site for about seven  years.  Hydro spokesman Dave Robertson said  the Tordon 10K pellets had been used for  brush clearing around the Clowholm Lake  power station and that they had no relation  to the Tordon 10K stock being used last  week in the disputed Pender Harbour area  project.  Craig said he and Mike Wan of the  federal Environmental Protection Service  visited the site of the incident last Tuesday  and took five water samples, one crab  jsampje and one sediment sample.  Four of the five water samples, including one taken on the surface above the  .dumped pellets, show no detectable levels  of the chemical, he said. The fifth sample,  taken two meters (about seven feet) below  ^the surface at the site, revealed' a concentration at the level of .00166 parts per  million.  Craig described this level as "quite  low" but said he was "unable to indicate a  degree of concern" about the reading.  "It's not that high a concentration, but  it's very difficult to say what is dangerous  and what is not. Some people can tolerate  -~a-thousand4imes-higher-~a~concentr-ation-  than others. It depends on the individual."  Persons using Clowholm Lake as a  potable water source had been advised to  dispontinue their use of the water, he said.  The crab and sediment samples had not  been analyzed as of Friday.  Because of the uncertainly about what  quantity of the herbicide was stored in the  -shed, Craig said, it was unclear hoyv much  of the chemical had been put into the lake.  Although most of the herbicide's active  ingredient, "picloram, presumably  dissolved quickly after contact with the  water, the clay granules which function as  inert carriers of the chemical can be seen  lying on the lake bottom, he said.  "There's probably a little bit of the  chemical still coming off that, and it's  ���See Page A-3  Elphi  up  7 Back to school  CONSTRUCTION BEGAN anew last  -week -on the- Sunshine -Coast-Arts  Centre building in Sechelt after  Sechelt Council approved a request to  advance the group $9,256 pending  arrival pf a provincial grant cheque.  -Thebuilding won't befinished quite-  soon enough for. the Arte Council  collection   in   Whitaker   House,  however. Thursday is the last day ihe  council~will occupy IRat buildftg,  scheduled to come down to make  room for an office building. Left,;  Clarke Steabner and Kate  Bejudickson at work, on the Arts  C&ntre, and right, browser Karen  Mortenson in Whitaker flouse.  is no problem  Except for a computer foul-up and a  few more students than expected at  Elphinstone Secondary, everything went  smoothly the first week of school, says  District Supt. John Denley  Sechelt reported 370 students as opposed to the 343 anticipated and 355  enrolled last September. Denley said the  larger enrolment "defies guessing. You  donltseeLajiew subdiyi3ionjor_anything._  Sechel Council last Wednesday gave its  stamp of approval to developer Len Van  Egmond's agreement to open Trail  Avenue as the new road to the Arena.  Aldermen were unable to find a means,  however, for the immediate paving of  -eitherthat-road-or-the-gravel-section-of-  Anchor  and  Reed,   as  demanded  by  residents at an August 29 public meeting.  Aid. Morgan Thompson said council  should go on record as supporting an effort  to find some means of blacktopping Trail  in the village's 1979 budget; "We certainly  ..don'llkv&.iUfl the budgetthis year," he  said.  Thompson added, -"There are legal  problems involved if we do go and spend  this money."  He later clarified this remark for the  Times, saying that if the village  blacktopped Trail, it would have to work  out some sort of arrangement under which  Van Egmond would repay the cost of that  paving as his subdivision lots along Trail  were sold. ,  Developers are required to provide a  pavedxroad to the nearest' access road  prior to the village approving officer's  approval of a subdivision. Van Egmond  -previously complied^with this condition in-  paving the eastern end of Trail to Reef at  the time of his subdivision in.that area.  Council estimated that Van Egmond's  expense in completing Trail as a gravel,  road would be 'about $5,000. Paying the;  street would cost an additional $15,000.  x_-.J^BStruction_orUie^ Trail Avenue extension was begun jast"^week7"''"   """'"���"'"  In other business'*-Council Wednesday  gave approval in principle to a proposed by  former Jolly, Roger Inn owner Don M<>  Donald to build a hotel on the block  bounded by Boulevard, Teredo, Inlet and  Trail.   ���������.     .   \    , , ;/..'' -. ���,   '.;./ ;.  McDonald said thus far he has  merely reached qn agreement to purchase  the property and he has no building plans  as" yet. '(I'm here tonight; just to ask for  your support arid approval he said;"   '  Although McDqnald,did not indicate  how large the: hotel would be, he told  couhcilj "We have something like three  acresof landl^evelop^tRis wonTBe-  just a little box you know.''  He said the hotel, which he hopes to  open inJFebruary 1980, would probably  employ about 50 persons; ~  Thompson'noted that McDonald's plan  for Inclusion of a Class A pub in the hotel  was in apparent conflict with another  .' eifroiment," He'said  , Elphinstone, the notable exception, had  Pointuig out that McDonald's proposal 612 students as compared to 554 expected  is the fifth development plan council has"'and 566 enrolled at this time last year,  recently received for the Teredo Street Denley said most of the additional  area, village Planner Doug Roy said, "The students! seem to be at the Grade 11 level,  situation is becoming a little critical with       ''# Ms is true, I feel good about it," he  cjpnuig jn pretty close to the.predicted >C (Mfosoiis Elementary.had^stwients  Slightly more than the 322 anticipated but  down from the 359 enrolled last Sep  tember./  Chatelech Junior Secondary had 238  students, as opposed to 246 expected and  278 enrolled last year. The new Pender  Harbour Secondary reported 114 students,  i.i_  the number of applications coming in and^-gatf!, "This is,normally_where_we.find our/-Uwo more than the-112 anticipated-and the  the effect they're eoine to havp nn'tho "attrition, and it could mean that we're     119 onmlloH lnct ��OQr  developefs'applicatioh lo"cons1truct~a  nearby neighbourhood pub.  - ���"?<! think this is going to be'up to the LCB  as  to which  one  goes ahead,"  said :  Thompson. '"I don't think it's up to council  to decide, and heaven help us if it is."  Thompson noted that council had never i,  previously flatly rejected any develop-,'  ment proposal In the village..  the effect they're going to have on the  village."  In response to a request by Roy, council  agreed to give approval in principle to the  Sechelt Community Plan, still in draft  stage, and to be guided by the plan's  provisions in formulating policy decisions.  Council agreed t^pendtannestin^  attrition, and it could mean that we're  retaining more students for our graduate  program." , /  A meeting had been scheduled to  discuss additional staff for the/school in  yiew of the increase. /  Principal Barrie Boulton said Friday  112 enrolled last year.  Halfmoon Bay slipped below Egmont  as the district's smallest school, reporting  nine students as opposed tothe 15 expected  and enrolled last year. ��� Egmonb had 14  students, three more than last year.  Denley said the Halfmoon Bay decline  $1,640 in an attempt to correct drairiage  problems on Salmon- Drive.  Aldermen also took under consideration a request by Adele de Lange of  Wilson Creek to Investiage a possible  cutback in SMT bus service to the  peninsula after the Sechelt office closes in  December.  ���See Page A-3  ^at..elate, ^  cfi'irlKrifo lna/1  rr/\+��nn  Ct\i*ir\A  **n  ]��  4-U^ ntC-^mi-       . l a  t-s         _ t- ���  *   .    . ���  MtidentFlwdgoXfen foiled up ir) the effort  to assign classes by computed. "But the  counselors are doing a yeoman's job, and  things are pretty much settling down  now." v���, :. ' .i  Sechelt Elementary also had a larger  enrolment than expected, and (Eor the first  year surpassed Gibsons as the largest  elementary school in the district.  Good-bye portables  '^^^_ "      "' ^���������^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^mm\mmmmmmmm]mmmm  render  '    V i' ���  mxkxx..���iA,...:.    .  IS  1\.  ���0AA:  By TEIUU nitANDMUELLER  There's cleaning equipment hr tho  hallways and boxes of books in the library.  , Tho shop Isn't finished and neither is tho  ��gym.���.But,to*tho staff and,studonts of  Ponder Hurbour Senior Secondary, who  liavo Just spent two confining years in  portables, tho now school Is about ns close  to heaven as a school can get.  Comments, from both teachers and  students range from "fantastic" to  "wonderful" to "groat", although ono  Grade 12 student who obviously doesn't  Hko that "new" smell said: "It stinks!"  Most, however, agree that after  spending two years without u gym, without  ri shop, and without breathing space, thoy  can cope with a little moss and n bit olf a  smell. , \  Student Council President Pam Mullor  sqld t^liat although tjio school Isn't slated to  "130 totally finished until some time In  October, students were happy to bo back In  a real school again. "Nobody wanted to go  back to tho portables," she said, making  .tho same face everybody qt Pender makes  when you mention tho word portable.  ~�����Th��p��rt��W��i wero noisy ond crowded  ���,.,��� ..monuments.,���to,lthe,jaylng,.famlllarUy  breeds contempt, "llio kids wore rowdy  " spfrlts,* tfccOfimiR td MuwrAVstudent  council president, Mullor sees tho problem  of raising flagging spirits as ono of hor  main concerns this yoar.  But with tho gym almost finished arid a  full slate of sports planned, Mullor Is  -hopeful that the old-school spirit will  return to prc-firo lovols.  "Tho biggest single event of the now  school year is going to be tho opening of  that gym," says Learning Assistance and  Science toachor Bill Cross.  Cross sold tho previous necessity of  busing students to tho Madeira Park  Community, Hall left tho kids with "only  aboutlhhlf an Hour for gym class."  "We couldn't have any homo gqmos,'  snld Mullor, "and that's whoro wo lost a  lot of spirit."  If spirits haven't already: picked up  considerably, tho studonto havo at least  settled down, says Mullcr. "The nt-  mosphore Is n lot bottor ��� I think  everybody feels lt."  "~ "Tho main problem with thfl portables  was that you could novor got away and '  somo klda ������ somo teachers ��� just havo to  got away sometimes," according to Cross.  Ho said ivlion It was"cSId or riUnlrijinsiit"-  alderthe^^kldrbadTm|)!m�� nor^gotmrthe  John Nlcjiol^on, acting principal, Is  ^J'^^f/���J^uulafltlc. flbAitf -ilw, km_ M^C.  ttmdW*kwkn:"��uWfly ts4 a vv6ntlorfn^,  -Seo Pago A-q  i     9  enrolment figure of seven, which .requires  special Ministry of Education approval to  retain as a school.  He said he would bring the situation to  the board's attention for a discussion of  possible alternatives, but he did not expect  any change at the school this year. "It's a  very good little educational unit," he said,  "and I think tho board would prefer to  retain It if possible." i  Total enrolment for the district appears  unofficially to be about 2,410, excluding  kindergarten. This figure would indicate a  continuation of, the gradual decline ln the  , district's enrolment.  In iSeptcmbcr 1977, enrolment was  2,440; in 1970, 2,471'and in 1975, 2,485.  Enrolment figures for other schools,  with last year's initial enrolment in  parenthesis, aro as follows:  West Sechelt, 54 (41); Langdalo, 128  (113); Madeira Park, 158 (149); Roborts  Creek, 151, (140); Cedar Grovo, 124 (05  with ono less grade last year); Davis Bny,  55 (40 with one less grade last year), and  Bowen Island, 44 (44).  Seven vehicles  in Creek pile-up  Numerous persons wero reported to  liave suffered minor Injuries ln a seven  vehlclo accident Saturday night at Leek  and Lower Road In Roborts Creek.  Roberts Croek Volunteer Fire  Department Chief Glen Kraus snld a lnrgo  fir tree fell across Highway 101 shortly  oftor 10 p.m. blocking the road. Police  diverted traffic down Look, nnd a two-car  nccldcnt nt thnt rood's lower Intersection  led to a major tie-up when ono vehicle  after another careened Into tho damaged  autos,  "I've never seen nnythlng like It In my  life," sold Kraust whoja alspjivyngottho^  K&E Towing.  He said quite a number "of people suffered facial cuts and one elderly man liad  t��Anir rr/\ o/iuhnt -^u ' a. u'< i v       'r- ��j    �� ���. -'���'/��*<.".AXAAXT"   ~X~Z   ~~~"' ' ,���;.,'. ..; ���      ������ -������ .-;���"���     a broken foot. No nnmcs of-llic victims   '  BACKjrOSOHpOJL.infcant back to^���.JSdd.c%��l^ -. ���la .: ���  ..f-������;:.; ,.i- 'j*��r  >r6Htf-sTJSmg^^mm^^   Mfln-^.Hrts of the school aro not'yot   new School replaces cramped por-      The fallen tree blocked Uio hlRhway for  Horbour Secondly student Janet   Completed, but students and staff  tables,      , \     about;a". hour, kS said  i  ^ *W.t^Mi��t t~"    ) ��.H^WWnl��B��^l    vUD.MMrtlslln^M i^H^tANt l-rUl^i     I  (  I  ���_   *t -<^ atbtwmm-���*��  1  ^  w *%ft*III��^^W ^pi^^feW**-*^ ��  mm *w* wwsssr** i��}*iapre��i*i>��sw����r^)4����i  ***r r* mf*  ...  I ���/ ���y.A  X^y-^~  L,  t-7t  Jt  -Page A-2  Ttie Peninsula Times  _\Veitoi;sdiy,_S_ep_tU3U9L8���READERS RIGHT-  <������*��� X^a:  DeQnts "Fitzgerald, Editor  ' \ A'A five prest is the unsleeping guardian qf  ,j - ' "every other right tfiatjree men prize." . ,.  ���-" '   - - -   -    - >.\~mWinston Churchill  Hydro has a responsibility  to keep the public informed  Glimpse o>f the truth?  We see no value in being an  alarmist, and we don't intend tor our  coverage- of the Clowholm-Lake-  herbicide incident tp be interpreted as  an unusually serious health or environmental hazard.  None  of the  \   evidence  forthcoming to  date. in-  1   dicates -that.  We do think the story is  significant, however, because it give  us a peek at the.real circumstances  surrounding the use of herbicides by  B.Ci Hydro and; other-agencies.    ���  Hydro uses a) significant quantitiy  of herbicides, notably 2,4-D and 2,4,5-  T,   every   year   throughout   the  ~pr6vince,-So-does-the_Department-o��_  ���-)  Highways. And the Foresty Service.  B.C. Rail uses more than the others  combined. (We have exact figures  supplied by some government agency  buried somewhere in the office* but  darned if we can find it when we want  Ahd the fact is, with all these  agencies ��� and other agencies and  private individuals ��� routinely, using  the herbicides, things tend to get a bit  sloppy. We don't suspect malevolence  or an unusual lack of-concern particularly. It's simply the level of  inefficiency which normally accompanies any large scale undertaking. .  ���We're-stating baldly that this-is a-:  fact because we believe it's true and it.  needs to be stated. But we're in the  uncomfortable journalistic position of  being unable to document a pattern to  support thd assertion. It's one of those  things that people who know and who  ^ru^lwrwill~syknowledg^^  conversations, but which is routinely  denied��� sometimes by the same  people ��� in public statements.  . We once had a conversation,.for  instance, with a pesticide applicator  who has worked for Hydro and other  groups on a contract basis for many-  yearsrAs far as we knpwr.the man  had no reason to fabricate horror  stories7~but~off~the~TecoTdvhe!!~wasL"  accidents and laxity. One was a  partictdarly frightening report that  some-unscrupulous -applicators- had���  on occasion used black market 2,4,5-T  ��� impure batches^ oHthe chemical  which contained incredibly toxic and  illegal dioxin impurities.  The applicators were, of course,  risking their licences by use of the  substance, but they were also cutting  their costs. Most big herbicide users,  including Hydro, now supply their  own chemicals to -contractors, so  presumably there's slight chance of  this happening on a large scale.  A certain amount of this man's  story telling was probably just that ���  Iradellossiprr^rete^  omissions and exaggerations.  But there's always a kernel of  truth behind such talk, and we've  heard it repeated time and again by  reputable people who see one  fragment or another, of the operation.  And with some consistency, mefce  people havetwo things in common.  The first is that they are unwilling to  make public statements for fear of  losing their jobs>The second is that  they really don't believe that what  they know is important ��� because  they don't perceive it as a pattern  and-or because they don't believe that  the occasional misuse of these herbicides is a significant danger. <���  Some~day���an-investigator "with  more resources or luck than we have  is going to write this story, and  hopefully it will produce some  changes.       K  , -  In the meantime, we don't have  facts, we simply have opinions. And  all we can give ypu in a newsstory are  the public statements of informed  people. *'  _, But there is more here than we  have any clear understanding of yet, .  though we're cHfpping away at it.  Again, we don't \vant to be alarmist.  We don't know how widespread  herbicide; abuse is. We don't know  .', even tf'itJLg particjydjsirlyj'serious.'We^re.^  "frogtratedi)~@au^nobl^yelse seems -  Editor, The Times:  B.C. Hydro has once again demonstrated an incredible reversal of their  pjomises by withholding Volume 11 of the  Cheekeye , to Dunsmuir 500 KV transmission line after assuring our committee and many other concerned groups  of citizens that immediately the report  was delivered to Hydro, it would be made  available to us.  __These promises-were-publicly-made on-  numerous occasions by Hydro  representatives and we can only conclude  that the withholding of this vital report,  which includes the Cape Cockburn to  Dunsmuir portion and enormously affects  the feasibility of Volume 1, the Cheekeye  to Cape 'Cockburn portion, is embarrassing to Hydro. Without the  knowledge of Beak Cpnsultants recommendations of Volume 11, we strongly feel  the_proposal. of_ alternate... routes, the  correcting of misinformation in Volume 1,  and ttie massive public input to date has1  had no effect on Hydro's cavalier attitude.  Hydro has a responsibility to keep the .  public infornaedin the management of our  "resoura^H^r^hinro^^  this trust.  At last public, input has struck sensitive  nerves, and judging by Hydro's mulish  attitude in their withholding of vital information, their reluctance to hold further  meetings, and their unwillingness to  consider obvious alternate routes which"  would spare the Upper Sechelt Peninsula,  it is clearly evident, that the public's  demands have been felt.  We can only encourage all those whose  tireless work to date has caused Hydro to  react in this arrogant way, to continue in  their efforts.  Ivo A. Cargnelli,  for the Sakinaw Lake Steering Committee.  Between, the lines  Aboujb Jhoseru mours  By Dennis Fitzgerald  Pender beaelr  access roads  jeopardized  Editor, The Times:  ������ We have been reading with interest  what has been happening regarding the"  public access in Roberts Creek, but at  least you still have it. ���       "  Here in Pender Harbour one of ours has  been taken over by a private group, which  i nieansjhat any number of them can be  "lost to pfivate"groups7 -������-  The majority of the people in this area  are not in favour of this happening. If you ~  feel this way it would be appreciated if-you  would express your comments, especially  people living in the Area A district.  . ,. Looking forward to your letters.  GTMakrutzki  - - - Madeira Park  Roberts "Creekers have -lately been  casting nervous glances at those "Sold"  signs on the property across the street  from Seaview Market. The latest rumour  is that the lot is destined to hold a motel,  and there's more than a little concern  being expressed about the future of  "downtown" Roberts Creek.  Relax. There's no motel coming.  ^yvanand-YvonneCiterneschirowners'  building. "We'll be very careful about  what goes in there. I presume people don't  want a garage there, and we certainly  wouldn't want anything like that next to  the restaurant."  All in all, it sounds encouraging ��� very  much in line with the type of operation  various Creekers have fantasized about.  The law is apparently being  bent to accommodate Hydro  Editor, The Times: ��� _(  ���    Up to the time of writing this letter it  appears that no charges-will-belaid in the-  ��� case of the dumping of Tordon 10K pellets  into Clowholm Lake over the weekend of  September 2-3. This is what we have been  told and we have no reason' to- think  otherwise.  If ever there was a travesty of justice,  here is a glaring example of the law being  "apparently bent1o~aeeomodate a large  Osbbrnes explain  willing to spin out tale after tale of   to know either.  r  Developer fever  Editor,. The Times:  In   order   to   clarify   our   position  regarding the road from Porpoise Bay���.  JjVharf Ito -the .far-end of- Sunshine��Heights-  ��� wejwould_likeJo_sayJthat_whenwe.started^  corporation or business concern, in this  case B.C. Hydro.  ���If-anyone else-had been so negligentur  storing such a toxic substance as this in  conditions easily accessible to children,  you can almost guarantee that the book  would have been throwii at them. Instead  we are given to understand that B.(j.  Hydro will get off scot-free.  Just to fill in people on the hazards of  thls~highly toxic chemical here is an ex-  tract froin the' manufacturer's cautions to  be observed when dealing with Tordon  10K.  (a) Keep out of reach of children. May  cause irritation after handling.  (b) Do no contaminate any body of  water.  (c) Cbmbustible. Keep away from heat  and open flame.  (d)^eepccjii^teirier-.elosed-when-not-in-  of Vancouver's Le Bistro restaurant, have  bought the 1.35 acre parcel and plan to  operate a' small (maybe 30-40 seats)  restaurant on the site. _.   ___  This is in line with a suggestion drafted-  (but later deleted)' for the area's Settlement Plant, and Yvonne says, "You can  reassure people that we're not going to do  anything offensive visually."  The old house will have to come doW,  she says. "We really fellin love-with the  house, but it turns out that it's in very bad.  shape and it would just cost too-much to fix  it up."  The new restaurant ''will look like a  house; it'll be wood. It won't look like a  restaurant with a big neon sign, I promise  you that."  ��� -The project won't spring-front-'ihe-  ground next week. "We sort of used up all  our mohey just buying the property,"  Yvonne said. The restaurant is perhaps  two or three'years away, although it could  happen sooner ���     _..  .-And-although",the menu "will be  basically French,',' she says, "we're not-  going to do a second Le Bistro- We don't  want to limit it to one type of cuisine.''  She says the idea now is to limit the fare  to perhaps- two menus a -day -7��� ron  relatively inexpensive and the other  "fancier" (and presumably pricier)..  Yvonne says she and Yvan plan to  move to Roberts. Creek and run the  restaurant themselves,  but  haven't  _decidedyet.whether-to take ina-partnerto-  run Le Bistro ��r to sell the business, -  The adjacent garage building will  probably be leased to other businesses, but  she. says there are no plans yet for that   And-in-other"fast=breaklng"foodliewsr  McDonald's'Restaurants of Canada has  announced that it is disturbuting free to all  primary schools the Nutrition Action  Pack, a booklet designed to help educators  provide children with "sound, reliable  nutrition information." --,---  Now that, by golly, is good news. With  Big Mac and our schoolteachers standing  shoulder-to-shoulder showing the kids how  to make "daily rational food choices", the  young stomachs-should-indeedijeTirgood"  Hands. (Nice image, eh?.):.     ���'.X  Sechelt Cle rk Tom Wood got nothing but  unsympathetic groans a couple of weeks  go when he Suggested that West Porpoise  Bay   residents   "put   yourself   in   the  developer's shoes."  -j.  I.  Theipoor  use.  Maybe    It's    the    upcoming  jnunicipaL-elections_and-maybe-it^s-  some uncomprehended lunar cycle,  but the developers seem to be pouring  out of the woodwork again all of a-  sudden.        ,     '  Particularly in Sechelt where  they've lately taken' to hanging  a^H^^ii^^-fiftunciLmeetings, ...  *ax  hoping to pick up a piece of mud they  can sling at one another.  They tend to work a littlq more  quietly in Gibsons, avoiding for the  most part Sechelt's internecine  verbal warfare, apparently on the  assumption that the pile is big enough  and available enough for everyone to  have a fair slice.  Developers are kind of like geese.  They are useful, but you can't help  but notice that most of them have a  bad attitude.  The big hue and cry in Sechelt,  centers on the Arena Road, and I  depending on whom you believe, it's  either a "tempest in a teapot" or the  tip of a funny-smelling Iceberg. We  haven't found any unusual  shenanigans so far; just the usual  shenanigans. If anybody knbws  different, our door Is open.  It's handy that we haye these two  villages for the developers to concentrate their wheelings ahd dealings  in. They tend to run into all sortsof  trouble J when thoy venture into tho  rural areas, and withput tho villages  for them to let off steam ln, who  knows what might become of so much  frustrated energy?  It's also nice, however, when the  The Peninsula^Jdtmk  Published WcclneNcliiys nt^ucholt  ��� on li.C.'s Sunshine Const  l\Y  Tile'Peninsula Times  lor Wcslprcs Publlentlons Ltd,  " .7'-; ; r��i\Woiirn.cr * * '"*""'  s      I HoU'l'd ��� .Sechelt, li.C.  VON MO  ,        ''        Plume HHS-.12.il  ���,,0|live hours; HiJOiuu.   .   .  .  ,  lo.Sp.m, Tues.-Snl.  .Subscription Rates: (in wlv'iini-c)  i.Artv, ���$?ififcfyfl-fw".: .+j...Ki*% ulfit*, w*"' *  U.S.A., $10, Overseas $11.  other residents of Gibsbns and Sechelt  are-allowed-some-voice in-deciding-  how their communities develop.  With the sewer going into Sechelt,  "South to. Teredo" has^ suddenly  become the in thing. There are now  fewer than five major development  proposals that hav^popped up in the  iast^ouple-of-pionths- for-that-area���-  We can't figure who's going to pay for  this suddep^urge of expansion, but  supposedly the developers have that  covered. ������.'''  It's somewhat reassuring that  Sechelt Planner Doug - Roy is attempting to develop guidelines for  examing these proposals critically in  accordance with the evolving village  plan. The Tplan may not have attracted enough input to exactly stand  as the voice of the people, but it's the  closest approach1 we have so far.  The muscle of the developers and  friends in Gibsons has been most  noticeable lately in their support of  the village's major re-zoning  proposal. Council pretty much  discounted (he opposition to that plan  as an expression of tthe "vocal  minority."  Curiously, it's not entirely a dead  issue. Tho Regional-Board, apparently In an .oversight, has been  proceeding with an unrtjvised version  of tbo'area's IK  still retains the provision for one-half  acre buffer strip on the village's  western boundary, an area which  council is in tho process of rc-zonlng  to the higher denlsty R3.  Tho amendment to bring the sub-  regional plarUnto compliance with  council's re-zoning was deferred  recently to give1 Area- E Director  Georgo Gibb, who's been on holiday, a  chance to catch up on his homework.  It seems unlikely that a majority  of regional board directors would  upset their rapprochcrogjt attempt?  with tho village (negotiations are at'  least as delldhte as the* Sadat-Begin  talks) by crossing the council over on  internal village affair. But f Gibb and,  a few other directors were convinced  that council was turning a deaf ear to  tho  populace,   well,  who  knows?  striigrtig;ivo��piiia:^  and November 18 wo expect a lot of  strange things to happen.    ',  to develop Sunshine Heights it was not  mandatory to pave the roads in a subdivision. However, we volunteered to pave-  the roads in our!'first subdivision and all,  other since. -���..?���  in 1970 the road ended about 200 feet,  from the end of Reef Road. It was a very j  narrow, poor road, unpaved and serviced '���.  "by the Highways Department, providing  access to about 20 homes;  We applied to the Lands Branch for a  66-foot road allowance along the east  boundary of Lots 2 and 9 of Lot 1471 to the  south boundary of Sunshine Heights and  also for the curved part of the road to the '  j\reflaJt-waa.grantedrand we.constructed-  and gravelled this pact of the road. Also we  gave a considerable amount of labor,  equipment and supplies improving the  road as far as Porpoise Bay Wharf. We  received payment for about half of what  we did and gave the rest. We paved all the  roads in our subdivision. In contrast, there  are about 12 lots on each side of Anchor  Road that were paved by the village.  Regarding the water supply, we drilled  three wells that provided water for Sunshlno Heights and the Arena. Then wo  made an agreement with the Regional  Board and turned our water system over to  them free. It had cost us $70,000. It serviced customers as far as Len Van;  Egmond's property until recently. It is  now on their main lino.  We also had to pay for the power line  from Roof Road and through all of Sunshlno Heights. The power line on Trail  Avenue had to bo put in to provido three-  phrase power to tho Arena.  Osborne Logging Co. Ltd.  por E.P. Osborne  Sechelt  My^oneeim-���7-r-  is safety of  Lockyer lloSd"7'^?  Editor, The Times: I  ,'  In regard to my letter of August 23 ro >  the lack of safety on Ixwkyer 'Road."'I'  would Hko to retract tho statement "It Is ,  not my problem. It Is between tho Highways Department and the ownor of tho  proporty, Mr. Peter Chrlstmns."  Mr. Christmas has bcon told, after  repeated attempts to hnvo tho road  changed, thnt tho problem Is between tho1-  Dopartmont  of   Highways  and   tho  -Department of Fisheries. Sorry p0tor.   *"  My main concern Is with tho dangerous \  conditions ond tho safety of tho residents -  ��� I do not wish to upset anyone on  liockyer. ,        '     ,  . ...    .,.- \ SioanneDunkerton-  Robertflpreek,,,  Special instructions: Djonotfreat areas  intended to be used for cultivated  (susceptible) crops or other desirable  plants as it usually takes up to five years  for Picloram to be deactivated by the soil.  And there is more, much more, but this  should be enough to convince readers of  the hazards bf this material that B.C.  Hydro^reatF~witlT~such carelessness.  Irresponsibility is the word to describe  Hydro's attitude, but what can one really  expect from, such an arrogant, so-called  public servant?  "It makes one wonder why, after all  these years of extolling the virtues of ?,fl,5-  T and 2,4,-D which B.C, Hydro- has been-  using on the right of way up till now,  should they switch to another product.  Could it be that the powers that be are  listening to what, the peasants have been  saying for years? I doubt it, but it's nice to  speculate on.  John Hind Smith  Gibsons,  campers get  all the blame^  Editor, The Times:  - In answer to Jamie Stephen's article in  the-Peninsula-Times-of-August-23-regar=-  din'gJ'Bimbojjlshemen". I would like to-  comelolireliefense of "the poor campers  who seem-to be getting all the blame. .  What makes Mr. Stephen think the  campers are the only ones cleaning their  fish on the beach at Cooper's Green? Since  the Regional Board has gone put of its way  to make the public aware of its 'free'p  ramp, the campers ar^only_a_jtt^}l  Tninority~~of~those using the^rainp^nd  beach. Moreover our campers are informed of the regulations and take care to  see fish heads are not left on the beach.  But what of the lOcal fishermen? Why is  there not a sign on the beach to inform  them? But, on second thought, maybe that  1 would be useless asr in my'���- experlence;-  ''slgns" are totally ignored.  We try to keep our campsite clean but  refuse to, pick up the garbage, beer cans,  etc., thrown on the beach by the public;  nor are we responsible for the large and  dangerous float which Utters our beach.  Eveleen Campbell  Mangeress, Cooper's Green.  But it does sound to have the makings  "���fis^S^reai^ejOHIp^^  For ihstance, put yourself in Dave  Robertson's shoes. He's the Hydro PR guy  who had to make explanations .about the  Tordon   10K   getting "dumped- into  . Clowholm Lake after-Hydrtffbrass^had^  just finished telling the Pesticide Controls  Appeal Board how careful they are with  the stuff.."  Robertson, in his own "shoes-,: moaned,  "I could,hardly_pick a_worse^pIaceJfe7rJhis_  to happen now."  Okay, the object of the game is for you  to put yourself into the shoes oi a Hydro  flack and improve on Robertson's  response (which shouldn't be hard). The  contestant wins__who_best-breserves-or-  improves Hydro's image by a thorough  muddying of the issue.  For example, I would say that this  incident   "perfectly   illustrates   the  ~shocking~increase-in;ryandalism whicfris  occurring throughout our country. If we're  going to require^our corporations and  government umitutiohs to perform a role  ~Vhiclrtriditionaliy andproperly-belongs-  ���within tt��.'family structure, it is going to  have seifous consequences for society ���  and incidentally will involve a substantial  new burden on the already beseiged  taxpayer. We prefer to believe these  problems can best be solved where they  -begin, in the home, and reject the  suggestion that business or government  should-needlessly interfere in the private,  "affairs of ariy'family."  ' '!^jfto&&^^^^  '���''       - - '-     ���,(i  ��    ��'   '���      ������������ . 'A  If you're interested���in supporting  Greenpeace's continued anti-whaling  effort, you can help out by purchasing  tickets for .the' organization's new "Go  ^Anywhere" lottery.   '���'.���'"  First prize is a two-weeki.trip for two  ' anywhere-Jin^hezworlduSecond-prize-is-  your choice of tjwo weeks for two Anywhere  in Canada or two weeks for two in  Lahaina, Hawaii, "home of the humpback  whale." There J are other cash prizes.  Profits from the lottery go for supplies  and fuel for the Greenpeace boats that  storm around harassing whalers*! It's  -questionable howeffectlve thesirboat^afe"'  in delaying extinction of the world's great  whales, but there's no doubt that the  publicity they gather is enormously useful  in keeping the issue before the public.  Individual tickets are $2; a book of 15 Is  $27. They may be purchased hy writing to:  Greenpeace Lottery, 2108 West Fourth  Avenue, Vancouver V6K 1N6.  A  A few  with CHEK^TV  n-  Iv^^i  �� , ,      ,.-  A     ....  J  Png�� A��6 \    I  By MARYANNE WEST  If you are a captive of CHEK-TV,  Channel 6, Victoria, (not having access to  cable, CHEK is tho only Canadian station  you can receive off-air) you will liavo  noticed some changes in programming.  CHEK's affiliation with CBC was duo to  end on November 1 when CBC's Victoria  station was supposed to como on stream,  but duo to tlio federal government's cutbacks tho CBC hos decided to mothball tho  Victoria station until further notico. This  lias loft 0 vory (llsappolntcd CHEK which  hod been looklriglorwrird to changing its  affiliation to CTVJa much moro profitable  "��Modatlon^M"CTVratfe8,"ijot'"IiaVo',*to"  broadcasts Its nows, public affairs,  dramas, documontarlos and specials  without advertising.  CHEIChasannounced publlcally, and  already put Into effect, that It will continue  to carry CBC's Canadian programming,  the National, Newsmagazine, Market  Plate, Ombudsman, .etc., sports : and  specials but would mako Ito own substitutions for tho American shows carried  by CBC. Shows /iuch ns All in tho Family,  Barney Mlllor, Threo's Compnny, Happy  Days. Fair enough.  However, I, understand on  good  authority thnt CHEK plans to ask tho  CRTC for pormlssloii to drop all CBC  programming and to bo allowed to Un-  plomeht Itsi original scliifulo of affiliation  with BCTV. This will offectly cut off aU  who only receive Channel fl from any CBC  television,, programming which wo aro  paying for anyway and which, In theory at  legKmWrmiSfX^^  "^Qotte^iiiwrtTfrairititflr.iiflpecr^lct)';  affects onlv,tJios.o!wjy;fea����M'>J��'A,4.t^��./��f,  nnariDrt cii^gc presents "a" phflosophlcnl  isstto which concerns us all as citizens.  H CHEK Is allowed to nfflllaW with  BCTV this will give a commercial enterprise two stations ln the same market  and thus a considerable advantage over its  competitors, presently CKVU and any  future stations which may be allowed.  One of the difficulties of the capitalist  system Is that while fwjfi enterprise is  undoubtedly in the public Interest, the  expansion factor necessary to growth  (results,In the larger organizations taking  over the smaller and the decision making  and thus potyor centralized ln fewer and  fewer hartds;  The media, as we collectively call  press, rtidlo and TV Is as much big  ~bttSin^ss'*"a8 j^if^^uiti^ifjti^nj^i ^^_  porntions, but perhaps It Is easier to see  the dangers Inherent in allowing rndlo  ond TV policies to bo made in fewer and  fewer boardrooms. ;//  Tho CRTC, tho government's  regulatory agency Is vory conscious of Its  mondato to support tho public Interest in  , Uie use of tho airwaves which aro considered to bo public property, However,  1 one cannot discount the role played by  politics in a democracy and tlio CRTC us  well as tho government Is always undor  pressure from the large corporate vested  Interests. To Ulanco tliat prcssuro It la  pssontlal for thej ordlaoryjcltlzcn to bo ever  .vigilant to guard his own rights and  ....Jrecdoros!..,���, ^., ;.~ ..�� ~: -���.  If you feel tliat It ls vory important, In  fact essential to tho public Interest, (that ls  your right to free speech and ns wide a  spectrum of opinion os possible) that tho  ^woi^oMlho^mcdla^bpjdlst/lbutod ns,  * widely "as'IKiiiRalcr^  "^novca-iiwo'wnjyiituffWMftinfttt'tM"  ^,!iapila���of*a fowf howavor wci'LaKfliftr:'  , thoso fow maybe, then this Issue Is of  Importance whether or not you nro affected by the CHEK program changes.  .     >    p .:   '  We really should have raised theso  questions before,' but another opportunity  presents itself next month when the CRTC  comes to Vancouver for two or three days  of hearings, at which time the proposal is  expected to be re-opened by CHEK-TV and  BCTV's Ray Peters.  While a formal intervention  necessitates a brief and specific  procedures, the CRTC and BCTV would  welcome ond be Influenced by Individual  letters of concern. Write to Pierre Camu,  Chairman, CRTC Ottawa, K1A 0N2 with a  copy to Ray Peters, President.BCTV,JB50  Enterprise, Burnaby, B.C.  'I will '"bo writing "a' brief 'beHiwo'X  believe there ls an Important principle  Involved hero, quite upnrt from the loss of  CBC programming to which I feel wo are  entitled and I would welcome the opinions  of others. Telephone (W6-2147. Tho deadline  for Interventions for the October 24  hearing ls October 4.  It should also be borne In mind that  although CBC expresses pious hopo Uiat its  Victoria stntlon willbo retrieved from tho  hack bufHor In a couple of years at most, It  is significant tlmt tho cabinet, cut-backs  notwithstanding, has flnnlly given permission for tho CBC to acquire Uie land in  downtown Toronto (a city block on tlio  wntorfront) for tho consolidation of Its  Toronto operation, presently housed In  who knows how mony nooks and crannies.  While this may not Involve any major  cash outflow ����TCBC"TTSftT bo able to  arrange a Straight lond swap for property  lt^airofl(iy_ OinLllPon Mills, given Jhe  /'nn/itrucJ|loii,1o^Mw.r^^ -*���*.*. r^v^fc u.  iHiertiploymcnt,  who would venture a  guess as to tho status of CBC's Victoria  station In the priority stakes?  ��� t)J#V l}t.  .iImU-  T^��aU*Mi��p*.*Mtii-"'.��'  r^  "*N,,  I lettiM  ~M*Stf i.iB^on'iwm'i^'tou* ti  '\   ���  ��.'���-' 1 *tt.*iH'"  /!  *,  r ��  WW ^*uKSWW%***W0&#*l4HWWStto.  ���ml .. ,  ..#,  $??       t     I      ��L. Ay.  -ii���J-  -\y-.  l-':-\-j  ��&  MORE ABOUT  Hydro charges contemplated  ���From Page A-l .      possible that-a heavy rainfall cou|d bring  up more." Craig said further water  samples would be taken this week.  He said there have been some previous  cases of inadequate security for herbicide  storage with other agencies, but said he  did not believe there was any pattern of-  laxity by. Hydro or any other agency.  To the, contrary, he said, Hydro officials are very sensitive to the adverse  publicity accompanying such incidents  and "have been quite cooperative."  -marked-and_others appeared to have no  markings at all. - ���        ~ ���-���  Although, there, are.no -records  remaining to indicate how many cartons  were there originally, it is thought there  were dot mbrethan four, police said. Their  investigation concluded that only one  _partly full carton was put into the lake.  Squaringly yours  By Maurice Hemstreet  The Peninsula Times  Page A-3  -Hello dere, fellow  square  dancers.  Well,  another  sihnnier��� square J dance  . . vacation has passed by, but we seemed to'  Each full carton contained 50~poundsjJL_j]aM^ailce(j  pellets. The active ingredient picloram  constitutes about one-tenth the weight of  Sechelt���police-  -said-the" youths"  dumping had been  responsible for the  camping atthe lake and took shelter in the  shed to get out of the rain.  They said the youths saw some of the  Tordon pellets scattered over the floor and  thought it was some type of fish-food,  which they decided to distribute in the  lake.  RCMP said some of the cartons were  MORE ABOUT ., .  ��� Pender Secondary  ���From Page A-l _j  facility for the community," he said.r  The full-size gymnasium has a mezzanine floor that will accomodate.spectators and~hopefullyr says Nicholson,  evolve into a lunchroom facility complete  with hot meals.  Underneath the gym, a swimming pool  that will serve two important functions is  housed.. Besides-providing, a means of  the pellets.  Hydro spokesman Robertson said that  "_^___although-the-shed-was-unlockedr-he-had-  been told that the youths broke into it on  three sides and punched a hole in the roof.  He said the power station was the  responsibility of Hydro's regional  production-departmehLand not the Sunshine Coast district office.      ;   :     ;'   - Presumably the herbicide was left over  from a project at the power plant site, and  "someone in the production department  must have just told them to store it there,"  he_s_aid. "aU_kinds_of stuff must be-stored-  here and-there in the system."  He described Tordon 10K as "not highly  toxic, but moderately toxic to fish and  mammals."  The coincidence of the incident to the  unrelated start of the Pender Harbour  right~df" way project was "rather poor  timing,"Robertson said. "I could hardly  pick a worse placefior this tohappewios^  almost every Saturday  evening for the past two months anyway,  will we be better dancers? Only time will  tell.  Yes, we have had many great timesjn,  our Square H. room and many guests from  many places and various.square dance  clubs. On Sept. 2 Nich Hunchak, daughter  Terry Hunchak and Millie Roy, all from  Vancouver, sure helped make this particular evening a fantastic success and we  "tha"nk~you"aridhopeyou come again soon.  . Nick and Millie'square dance with The  Singles Club at Burnaby Lake Pavillion  and Terry dances with The Westburn  Wranglers^I think in North Van!, if I am  wrong I^msWetbafswmeone^willletlhe  know.  Terry is a great square dancer and it is  too bad Uiat more teen-agers don't get out  and give square dancing a fair trial, I am  sure that they would soon realize the fun  that there is to be had in square dancing  and thus become a better citizen in this  great country of ours.  You want to learn square dancing, well  square dance classes start at The  Elphinstone High School lunch room on  September 25. Round dancing "starts on  September 27. Both classes are only; two  hours long, from 8 p.m. until, 10 p.myVour  callers and teachers wUKbe. Harry and  Wednesday, Sept. 13,1978  MORE ABOUT . ..  ���Trail Avenue opening  ���From Page A-l  ��� She said if such a cutback should occur  it would be especially serious for the  area's senior citizens and handicapped.  A request from the regional board that  the village consider re-zoning the site of  _the_Sechelt_se_wage_treatment���plarit~to  allow for construction of a new board  office was deferred pending the i next  Deanna���Robertson.���For���further���in-_jiieeting of the village plan committe  formation call 886-9540, try it you might  like it.  y  Well, I must get along ... wups, The  Country Stars Square Dance Club starts  this Friday, .Sept. 15 at the Sunshine Coast  XountrjTGoIf Club at 8 p.m. Same callers,  more fun and all square dancers welcome  ... now I had just better get going, have a  good day and I will be looking for you to  join in theJun_oLsqua_re_danc_ing_w_ith_us,  "cheerioT  e. --:-  Aid. Joyce Kolibusrsaid she thought the  consensus- of that committee was that~  some other site would be more desireable  as a location for a discussed civic centre.  Planner Roy concurred. "There is no  way in my opinion that site should be  considered as A civic centre site."  The re-zoning would be contrary to the  Sechelt Vicinity plan and would require  ^approval of the regional board as well as  village council;"  J. CHOQUER & SONS  CERTIFIED WELDER FABRICATOR���INDUSTRIAL & MARINE  Box 1235 EAST PORPOISE BAY ROAD Bus: 885-9244  Sechelt. B.C. VON 3A0 Res: 885-2686  CARPETS-TVs  CABINETS,  APPLIANCES,  LINO, STEREOS  watch for  FURNITURE & WALLCOVERINGS  COMING;SOON  They don't call us  the  PRICE CUTTERS  for nothing  KERN ELECTRONICS  CASA CARPETS  Seaview Place, Gibsons  886-9733 - 922-2017  Hesaid Hydro was awaiting word from  Environment officials as to whether an  effort should be ~made~to-remove..the_  dumped chemical.  Meanwhile,  the   Pender  Harbour  event of another fire similar to one that  razed the 19-year-old high school in 1976.  The   industrial   education   facilities,  when complete, will provide a full  woodwork and auto mechanics shop for  the students. Along with a spacious home  economics room and science lab complete  with a green house, the school, nearing the  finished product, is what Sechelt School  -District Secretary-TreasurerTloy_Mills.  has called "a model for excellence in  small schools."  Nicholson   said   the   school   is   ex-"  ,periencing a few problems, such as lack of  storage space and the settling-in pains of  having to deal with a new principal, but he  does not consider any a major setback.  "I think there are normal 'back to  school^problems ��� there are a few loose  ends, that's all," said Cross. "WeTTairpr  used to it."  Grade 12 student Doug Lloyd, however, ,  says he liked the old school better. MJ likecj-'  the old building better because I was used  to it," he said, "but this is a pretty good  school, I guess." Except for one thing.  "The lousy stink ��� everything smells:"  Muller says the  and expected to continue this week. Applicators  were j accompanied   by   a ���  technologist from Hydro's Vancouver  office who marked off water courses and  wetland areas to~avoid:' '" ~r  EPS official Wan reportedly observed  part of the-operation.  Sakinaw Lake residents Vivian and  , Michael Cowell also inspected the project  -Tuesday���afternoon.���Mrs���Howell���said-  Hydro officials at the site were "very  cooperative and very friendly. It made me  feel really great, but we're still getting all  the poison."  Although regional board directors had  discussed sending an observer' to the  project, this apparently was not done.  District Secretary-Treasurer said she  had discussed with Area A Director Joe  -Harrison-tBelpossibility of one of his Area  Planning Committee members acting as  air observer and had'-informed Harrison  when she received word the project was to  start. Area A APC member Howard White,  however, said he was not aware of any  APC membeiCobserving-the-project^   China and pottery bud vases with  ri^-on^-Cutting-JS-delicate-floTardesigns -  scheduled for the middle of October and  ^ea ��rom  _shfLplansJcLflrganige_a dance to celebrate.  just a little  Miss Bee's, Sechelt. -.  gift  "By then everything will be finished and  everyone should be happy?'  Everyone except the Grade 8's, who  will by then have experienced the usual  initiation rite of high school.  | "As soon as the showers are finished,"  says Muller, "theyYgjiU going in."        _  STONEWORK  Stone facing - Fireplace  & Chimney Repairs  "������ ANDY 886-2821  vtAH-tND CLEAROUT  of all  TtSPENS & VOLARES  cars may not be exactly as Illustrated  A Fishei Wood Stove  Could Be Your  Second Most Important  "~~~~ Fixture!  Wood Is a renewable source ol energy. When  used in a Fisher Stovo it reduces your fuol costs  dramatically - and conserves other resources. WmxJ Is friendly  "too;It communicates in lively tones when btimtng^nd gives off  a sweet aroma, Wood Is challenging, Cutting and stacking it is  good exercise, And using it teaches you pioneer skills. Tho Fisher  Stovo people learned those skills in order to create a new type of  stovo and flroplaco that would let you make a safe and enjoyable  transition to wood heat.  Fisher Products have:  D welded steer prate construction for a strong, airtight  - firebox, <    ��� ���  Ll Brick-llrfod firochamber for durability and for holding and  dissipating heat efliclently,  D Threaded draft controls for slow, steady, economical  burning, ,  P Heavy cast-Iron door with triple seal to eliminate flro  hazards, j**,  ��� Two surfaces with -���������<��� Jmm$  different temperatures     ^WMMWnWMMW^  a il 'v' tV'-    'V'    [[..   ..������XmrnJi" -"-  for cooking, ���- 7t~tf~��zir^Il/w. _>  ASPEN (new)  2 door *4522  4 door $4759  wagon $5128  USED CARS  ��� -  ~    ;'"ip, '"    ������  GREAT BUYS  1978 ASPEN  1978 CARAVELLE  1977 RAMCHARGER  1976 NEWPORT  1967 CUTLASS  DIESEL  VOLARE (new)  2 door  4 door  wagon  *4510  '4747  *5128  ���mm Jl I       Road T*stt have proven 25-27 mile* p*r    I !�����  *,F��'mi,J ,.,���.���,���.*���.:,.,.��,��, flollon dleiel pick upi.  ,���.,���1.,,!l.,..|����  [I     YEAR-END RV BUYS     11  j j 8'9" CAMPER  '4495 j j  IIS'JJAMPER     $32951;  !��� and only 1 I  ~-l! 18'VAN CONVERSION left!  v v  kY-  USED TRUCKS  1977 RAMCHARGER  1977 CHEV Vz TON  1975 FORD F250  1974 CLUBCAB V2 TON  1974 JIMMY 4 spd.  flMMI MMM MMM flMM MMM MMI mhihi MHtt �������� ^^^^ ^^^_ ^^^^ _____ m^^^ ^^^��� ^^^^ ^^^^ ______     I^^^Ml^^HB h|^m| ^^^^ ^^^m ^p^^m^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^�� ^^^_ ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^^^ ^^^*|  Wcxxflximing Stoves  I*/        mm.  lEtECTRONICS  ~H**^rm&^ ^   authorized Sales Centro  Cowrto 81., Seehell, B,C,   Bo* 1200  885-2568  -WmiT'm*r*\*'v**ym  "^^itV^I  ��� -'Wf^wjFZ^tv^^  t ��  ��bqi�� prfc�� do��mo�� Intlud*  next to St. Mary's Hospital; Sechelt  DL2180  f>m >im*��mfr> wy-ipyy --����� _0��um^'t^>mf^'J^___km  �����..,..:  .  -,A   f^^maAiytl.tyK:  v��-j|li^,iC��W*ii  ��� totf   (v *( UPMf 4 (W  \  *��fl*sW����((!i��*i<Mi^l*W ,p��iWi(*-W^iW����'#i"#iww����iOT*-tuMieH  WfftHlHH *>)��"���/�� 1W1  -  w ,.,- . -  IB )-W������!l'��<��#l'm^W'S����^  *il��t����~t����M!#*(������'I  I  ���  ���   -vn  ti,t, u  y  A-  ��� . r~"  -  -J-^r-  -r-  fc  Page A-4  ���-^mSmmmmm  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, Sept. 13,  mwmmwmmmmmwmmmmr*mmmm  1978  mmm  mm  Happenings around the harbour  - Jomsessibn  *��>r  By Doris Edwardson, 883-2308  _8_\  Half moon Tay happenings  Community^ a tes  By Mary Tinkley,^88S9479  To-day< (Wednesday) the Ladies  Auxiliary to the Welcome' Beach Hall will  meet at 1:30 p.m. to plan the social activities for the (oming winter. At 8 p.m.  tonight there will be a shuffleboard  organizational meeting. Carpet Bowling'  starts up on MondayrSeptemberl8at-l:30 -  p.m.- Also on-S-iptember~18~at 8 p.m. the  annual general, meeting of Area "B"  Ratepayers' Association will be hekLatthe  Welcome Beach Hall. Members will be  asked to approve reports of the year's  activities and tD elect three directors, each  for a three-year term and one director for  a one-year, torm to fill, the vacancies  "caused by ihe expiry of the terms of John  Parsons, Al Lawson and A.W. Moore and  the resignation of Gerry Harrington.  Members are- reminded that annual  membership 'ees are now due and should  be paid tothe treasurer.Jim Nygard. Fees  jaLe_$2_fmi^^jngl_e_p(eriifiD^ndJlJQiLjL  A friendly] get-together of old friends  was held in th$ RC Legion Br. 112 on Labor  Day evening. PatLogue Jr. had the ivories  on the piano~]umpihg, folks were singing  and Les Fowler-and Dick accompanied  him with their trumpets.1 Lyle Forbes and  Les showedlwwJatentedihgy_jMre^t-the-  ���pianTralsoTPaf and his wife were here for  two days then were going to take the circle  tour of the Peninsula and Vancouver  Island.  LIBRARY INFORMATION  There seems'to be a little confusion in  the minds of some of the new residents of  the Harbour as to the location of the PH  Library. It is .located in the Community  Hall and is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from_l230__to_&3Q_-p.mr-and--<)n-  couple. All property owners in Area "B"  (West Sechel: to Wood Bay) are cordially  invited to join the association.  OIL PAINTING CLASS  " "Karin "Hoemberg advjses us "that  Continuing Education is prepared to put on  'an oil paint'ng course in the Welcome  Beach Hall al the end of September. It will  be a morning course from 10 a.m. to 12  _noonjon_a_ d_ay__most suitable.to_ the par-_  ticipants and subject to availability of the  hall. Thea Leuchte has promised to get a  class together' and anybody interested  should telephone her at 885-9641.  JANET ALIEN 81  ��� On' September 5, the Welcome Beagb  Community Association, the Pen Centre  NDP ahd Un; Sechelt Garden Club joined  forces to honour Janet Allen on the oc-  garden blooming with spring bulbs by nexi  April.  Among the guests were' Janet's son and  daughter-in-law, George and Mary Allen  of Sechelt, her granddaughter Janet, with __    husband Rick WarklifPenHctonandJVl^^ p.m. New mem  :Don-I,ocksteadrPourers were Nell Jager,  Nancy  Read,  Greta, Jorgensen  and  Blanche  McCrady.-.Greta  was  also  responsible   for   the   lovely   floral  decorations with flowers from her West  Sechelt garden.  ANOTHER 81ST BIRTHDAY  Also" celebrating his '81st birthday on  September 5 was Hugh McPhalen of  Redrooffs. On the same day that Janet was  born in St. John, New Brunswick, Hugh  was born in Canmore, Alberta. On September 7, he and his wife Agnes were in  Vancouver for the celebration of their 58th  wedding anniversary with their - family.  ~They-were���happy���to-hear���of~4he-safe-  arrrtal of their eighth great-grandchild, a  baby girl named Kelly, born to their  grandson John McPhalen and his wife  Candace of Surrey. __ .x..-- '-4 =_   REDROOFFS ROAD COMMUNITIES  The public meeting of Area "B"  residents called by Ed Nicholson on  September 3 certainly indicated that the  huge throng, of people who attended were  deeply concerned-about-the possible encroachment^ of commercial and high  density development.  One point which became obvious at the  meeting was that "many residents, particularly along the Redrooffs Road had  only the haziest idea as to the particular  "community in which they lived. With a  road as long as the Redrooffs Road, with  so few landmarks, it is extremely difficult  bers are very welcome to join.  VISITORS  Roy Warnock and Joey Rousseau were  in the Harbour recently.  HOLIDAYING  Roy Mansfield has left on a trip to  England. Bill and Vi Evans went on a trip  to the Interior to a 50th wedding anniversary, then stopped to visit Joe and  Irene Hodgson in Summerland. Dave and  Jessie Pritchard are also spending a week  in the Kelowna area. Mike and June  Chashaback have gone to the Peace River  country for six weeks. -  -HOSPITAL^ ��� ���   .   - -=-  at SLJMary's a few days.  PENDER HARBOUR SENIOR CITIZENS  '' The PH Senior Citizens Br. 80 will  resume their monthly meetings on September 18 at 7:30 p.m. in the Community  Hall. They would like to see as_many   ^members as possible turn out for this  meeting as it will help to get things  organized for the rest of the year. New  members are welcome.  MOLSON SOFTBALL CLUB  It was a disappointing-weekend for the  Molson's Softball club from New'Westminster Vvhen they came to Pender  Harbour for their annual Fishing Derby as  the weather was not in their favor. A few  managed_tojet.out_and catchthe_odifish,-  "Buf^iot for very long.  RCftlOURS AGAIN  Heard that our local Liquor Store  vendor forgot to pick up his feet while  playing soccer with one of the Edmonton  Eskimo rejects in Halfmoon Bay recently.  Heard his name is Art. Still in crutches.  DVA    *  The DVA officer will be at the RC  Legion Br. 112 on Sept. 20.  BAZAAR  The Ladies Auxiliary to Br. 112 of the  RCV Legion will hold their fall bazaar on  Saturday, Sept. 30 at2 p.m. There will be a  food hamper for the floor raffle, tatted  stool door prize and the main raffle is a 12.-.  BASIC SEWING LESSONS  10 lessons beginning  j Sept, 19th 10 to 12 noon  Sew a T-shirt, Blouse, Wrap-skirt & Zippered Skirt  Phone SEW-EASY *   885-2725*  to Register  Are yoir playing with  FIRE?  BE SAFE!  '   Have your  chimney cleaned  NOW!  FOR ALL CHIMNEYS & OIL STOVES  call LEE CHRISTIAN .883-9171 anytime  Use 'Tunes' Adbriefs tp Sell Rent Buy. Swap etc.  r  Notice of  Public Hearing  Ottawa, August 25,1978  Warren  Hartley  is home  from  St.  Maryland is feeling much better.  EGMONT .  '  ���Mrsi^yle Hurd of Egmont passed away^  cup automatic Phillips coffee maker for  first prize, second is a blow dryer. There  -will be home baking, white elephant and  sewing, also plants and vegetables for  -saler- " =���  - -  The Creek runoff  Float needs funds  .ev  By Annie Dempster, 885-3326  ISSUE NO. 1  VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA  OCTOBER 24, 1978, 9:00 A.M.  TK"e-Canadlari~ Radio-television and Telecommunications"  Commission will hold a Public Hearing'beginning October 24,  1978 at the Four Seasons Hotel, 7?1  Qeorgia Street West,  Vancouver, British Columbia to consider the following:  PACIFIC REGION .  73. COAST CABLE VISION LTD., 5381-48TH AVENUE, DELTA,  FLOAT STILL NEEDS FUNS  Britt Varcoe from Henderson Road has  had -some response to the funding; of the  float he built that is on the water at the  casiojvof liei; birthday. Radiant in;,a whiteL J-jjLjraergei^^ oFHendeTSOh^Road. The^peopte  school. Who can blame people for wanting  to live in the Creek and have their children  attendthe best of schools and have the best  of teachers for their children.   \������  BRITISH COLUMBIA. V4K 1W7  Sechelt, British Columbia [780805800]    _ ���  Application for renewal qf its cable television broadcasting  licence for Sechelt, British Columbia, expiring March 31, 1979.  Location where the  application may be examined:  Offices ol Coast Cable Vision Ltd.,  Wharf. Road. Sechelt,  ~and^silverdfess"ancfiooking nowlTerenear  her 81 years, she was escorted into the hall  by Louis Hanson. She was welcomed by  the hostess, Astrid Kadin, who presented  her with a corsage. When tea was served,  she was assisted by Freda Rhoades in,  cutting the birthday cake which was the  gift of the NDP and whichjwas-niost-ap-  propnately decorated with a design of a  landscaped     garden.     Master *    of  bulance and fire brigade to locate a  specific property, and until such time as a  sytem is worked out for this purpose, it  might be of help if residents at least know  in which section they live. Because the  Redrooffs Road extends from Halfmoon  Bay to West_Sechelt^_there-has--been-'a  particularly  rCeremonies,-Alex Kllis,-on- behalf ofTfie1  three clubs, presented her with a sum of  money to buy plants for her new garden.  He paid tribute to her gardening skill and  to her remarkable knowledge of plants and  flowers. She was respected,.he said, for  her integrity, her sincerity and the enthusiasm which she put into every job she  undertook.       <  . It is often said that life begins at forty,  ���but Janet started a new life at 80. Last  Spring, she sold the house where she had  liv^d for 25 years and the garden which she  had wrenched out' of five acres of  wilderne^. S|Wj).oi^ht_iLM.:adjacent-to-  ~hef" former "property, had a new house  erected in June and has already cleared  thO land, landscaped the garden and  planted many of her favourite'plants and  shrubs. Those, who know Janet best,  predict that she will have another show  lerulency^particularly among the real  estate people, to use theterm "Redrooffs"  lmselyJ.QjpowjiarijLpati^^  tjit  Park Avenue got together and donated  some monies toward it. However, Britt has  recouped barely-half .of-his expenditure.  Once again we ask that you please send a -  donation to Britt if you have made use of  the float or platLto_make,use-of-it-overthe_  hexfcouple of years. It seems that what  gives us pleasure one week is quickly  forgotten when there is not presently a use  LIBRARY OPEN  ON SATURDAYS  Are you aware that the library in  Roberts Citeek-( right next door to the post  office-) is open on Saturday mornings from  J^ajn^J^J^jLrnJhe-last-few-inonths-  have.seeh a whole lot of work'put into  stocking, cleaning and re-organizing. The  library is there for all the community's use,  so let's alt give it our. support. ��� ���   ,  ~BrlJlstrCofiirn6l<r^  GENERAL INFORMATION  How to Intervene.  Anyone wishing to comment on an application must submit a  Written tnlfljyeptibn-which-shouldj;contain-a--clear-ondrConcise--  M  k,r ��  Xa.i.  ,,f ���   ���  \A,<i  Sfafr rtfc��t  A  I.  DEATH BENEFITS  * Many pooplo aro not  aware of the death  benefits payable ' by  various   Crown   agonclos.  * The Canada Pension Plan  will pay up to $1,045.00 on  tho death of a contributor.  This Is In addition to.Iho  widow's pension.  * A veteran's family may  bo eligible for a grant from  D.V.A. or tho Lasl Post  Fund;  ���   * At tlmo of need, Devlin  Funoral Homo will assist  tho family In dolormlnlng  eligibility,, for various  govornmont or prlvato  doath benefits,   ..ff��.4k .,(MT.,/wa*Ki*   L  Wm  D.A. OKVIJN  <Twnrnr*ni a n n gc r  4p)  m  Road,- whereas- Redrooffs-specifically  comprises, only District Lot 1427 which  extends from Milne Creek (beside the Alex  Ellis home) up to and including the John  Love property. Welcome Beach covers  District Lots 1326 and 1327 and, starting at  the Jack McLepd property (near Shannon's) extends as far as Frances Avenue.  From Frances Avenue to Evans Road has  always been known as Seacrest, but is part  of District Lot 1325 which extends to  Eureka as far as the McGinn property, on  the waterfront and includes Fawn Road  and Redrooffs JEstaties^.Welcome~Wood  Xr0?tTp^HT)istrictLot 1330 and lies on the  north side of Southwood.  You can grunible about the weather all  you want, but John Grognet claims that  this is undoubtedly the "fig belt" if not the  "banana belt". He and his family are now  enjoying a second crop of about seventy  fruit off his fig tree in his Northvyood Road  garden. - ������-       ��� '  And though the weather is not exactly  what we would choose, for the entertainment of our visitors, there Is.still  some good fishing when boats can get out.  Two huppy fishermen, ncwlywcds pt the  home of Dr, John Mitchell, are Murilyn's  mother, Bessie*Juckson and her husband  Ted from Penticton, who each cqught nice  salmon In the eight to ten pound range. It  was Ted's first salmon catch. t  BEEFS AND BOUQUETS  'This week's Bouquet goes to John  Grumes for his single-hundcd battle  against B.C. Hydro's spraying of Tordon  10 K pellets. The uppcals of both John ond  the Regional District wore turned down,  which hardly sounds like democratic  principles id work. After all, the Regional  District Is our municipal government and  we feel sure that in lodging this appeal  they wore-reflectlng theconcern of the  majority of Sunshine Coasters, most of  whom came to live here to breather pure  air and drink unpolluted waters. ,  John (Ironies was rather more suc-  ce.sflful in another of Ills projects, He was  In Anchorage, Alaska In August assisting  .Senator Chaneey Croft In his campaign for  the governorship. Senator Croft was  successful in tho primaries and the  election will take place In November.,  weather has been forgotten for the season.  Remember that any monies Britt  receives over the cost of the float will be  donated to the Ways and Means Committee for their fund that it is to go to"  recreation facilities here in ^he Creek.  ANOTHER BOOGIE  * There is another Roberts Creek Boogie  happening on Saturday, September 23 at  the Roberts Creek Community Hall. The  same group that brought you Six Cylinder  will be bringing you another excellent  _bo.Qgie.band-from-Vancouvef:"TicKets"wlir"  be on sale soon at Seaview Market as  usual. '     .  KIDS HAPPYTO  BE IN SCHOOL  The kids seemed delighted to be back at  school on Tuesday. To a lot of the kids, it  opens up their whole social life for the year  as a lot of th'em don't get to see many of  their friends over the summer, especially  in an area such as ours where we are so  spread out geographically. The teachers  all seemed enthused about boing back  also, even though it means extra t?ig  classes to a few of them. There seems to Be  more kids enrolled, this year than in afty  previous year since I've been around the  HENDERSON IS  ALIVE AND WELL      *  -   Henderson Avenue is alive and well at  the bottom of itself and is getting more so  With each new rainfall. Enough said, as it  never seems to do any good anyway.  Lineh, coyyon, and lawn items just  received. Hankerchiefs for ladies and  gentlemen. Tea towels and many other  easy-to-mail articles. ��� Miss Bee's,  Sechelt.  OVER THE HILL  HOCKEY CLUB  GENERAL MEETING  Thurs, Sept. 14, 8 pm  ARENA  Election\ of   Board   Members   &  Registration.   Anyone   over   35 b  years   ��wSlilng   to   join   should J  attend. -.--,,  issKsaKacxKKsarocss^^  statement of the relevant facts and the grounds upon which the  intervener's support for, opposition to, dr proposed modification  of, the application is based. It should also state whether or not  ���the intervener wishes to appear at the hearing'. *-"���";->���   '���'- " :" ;:;~������<^"��� -������'������ ;,;'.--     .--Utiy'iLj/tei.'or-sj&il&i&ri-.. <..:  ^DeadHne-forTecelpt^lirtefrentions-ot^he^mm^  the Applicant: October 4, 1978-    '    ���---''->"'"��� '"  To be sent by registered mail or personal'delivery to Applicant  and CRTC Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0N2 With proof of service. Interventions must be actually received on the specified date, not  merely posted ,on this date.  Examination of Applications and Documents  At local address given in this notice and at the Commission,  Central Building, Les Terrasses, de la Chaudiere, 1 Principale  Street, Room 561, r|ull, Quebec. ���",".'"���  Applications are also available for examination at the Western  Regional Office, 1860-1050 -West Pender Street, Vancouver,  British Columbia.  Rules of Procedure y    ���  Further information Is.outllned In Rules of Procedure available  for the sum of 35 cents from: Tho Publishing iCeJntre, Printing  Centre, Printing and Publishing, Department; of Supply'and  Services, 270 Albert Street, Ottawa, Ontario.     I'  .   ��� ���     .. v ' I'   .'     '  Information! Write to CRTC or phone 819-9.97-1027 or 997-1328.  Lisa Oulmet  1       Secretary General  , CRTC��� Public Notico 1978-117  I*  Canadian Radlo-televlslon Consell de la radlodlffuslon  and Telecommunications et des telecommunications  Commission canadlennes  i ��H,   v-t  % %m \r?�� mvmm 11 ftrtm i  V Vfm  ' ���--.' ft,i'��m'aiiiu��taW';-��-*'  fii:ll  j^j^k&i-Sr  ���^frh-i'y-i.H^.  iSM  mm0mmmmmm0mm0m0mt^fmm%m0mmm  GARDEN BAY  TOT LOT  [Ployichooll  REGISTRATION  _    SeptemberI4th  104.2 a.m.  Irvines Landing Hall  Registration ft��m $M>,,  ������."?'^' mzx:, m*;.*mi%t*x��x  For further Ififormatlon  883-9205  "'T'Xk- JuwUm**"1^1''1 ���^*m^KfM*yw%'feriti*W<  .  (rf F^^>(^J.y���i^����M.IWt*Y��*a(��SWti-^iaM^4wi����^^ t*&��$ At*W'l*>K' WJ** JMv*^^^rt���^**l��JM#^��l*WW'"��'*'uW��yi*i ���&!*&   I~ -.o  t'   .��  !i 1  /    ���  }   '  '1  ���x  SechelLnates-  Another chance  by Peggy Cdnnor, 885-9347  Wednesday, Sept. 13,1978  The Peninsula Times  PageA-5  OK, so. you Uve in West Sechelt but  didn't make it to the Area "B" meeting  held at Welcome Beach Hall, September 3.  You are in Area "B" so therefore the~"  Settlement plan for that area should  ���corrcem-your-i ��� ���_ _��� '  Fortunately one- lady who did atfendr  Mrs. Lorena Crawford, was sufficiently  interested to plan another meeting, this  will be to arrange groups in different ^reas  then appoint a representative to an official  settlement plan committee.     - -  The meeting is September 17, at 1:30  p.m. at th,e home of the Louis Vignal's on  Norwest Bay Road next to the West  Sechelt School.   Ed-Nieholson,���Director. _of Area "B"  SUE   NICHOLS-Jn   her   kitchen  preparing a, healthy and low cost  "soup. Nicholslsteacfrmg~a"eontmuing-  Education course called Eat Better ���  Spend Less this fall at Chatelech  -Junior-Secondary School.���       -   -  Nutrition on shoestring  learned through practice  Sue Nichols has a BA in Foods and  Nutrition and a Masters of Science in  Human Nutrition, but she says it's her  "practical experience of feeding a family  of five for nine years" that has prepared-  her for teaching a Continuing Education  course .this fall. r - ���  Nichols' course, called Eat Better'���  Spend Less, is designed to teach the  -consumer���to-produce^Well-balarfcedr  nutritious meals at low cost.  "It's something I really believe  in,'  she said, "because I know what it means to  only have a certain amount of moneyj-jnd  have to feed the family with it." ;  'Nichols said the course will be geared  to individual, students and their needs ���  whether it be feeding "alarge. family, a  couple or a single pensioner.  During the eight three-hour sessions,  Nichols will teach Jtoguba'sies-of-good  I, such as what you  v��  nutrition on a shoestn  need to eat each day to stay healthy and  how to be a good shopper, but she will also  do cooking demonstrations and offer  budgeting assistance.  The cooking demonstrations will range  from preparing nutritious soup's from  leftovers to baking breads, although  Nichols says the demonstrations will  depend on the needs of the class.  "You can make your p\yn bread for 23  cents a loaf, but if the whole class knowsj  how to bake Jbread, we'll move on to  something else," she said.   ,  Students will receive step-by-step  guidance on sotting up a food budget and  how to adapt money-saying Ideas to both  budget and personal likes and dislikes.  *"Rlght now there are people spending a  lot'of money on food, but not really doing  themselves any good," says Nichols^  Nichols said one aroa of concern In tjrto  shopping cart is "junk foods"��� empty  calories that are usually high-priced. She  will also go into convenience foods and  demonstrating which of these products  _really_ save you more than-if-you made it  yourself. '  Although Nichols does use recipes in  the  course that effectively solve the  "leftovers" problem, her main emphasis  ^willbe^o^avoiding-them-in-the first-place���  "We'll go into how much each individual needs and then exactly how much  to buy to try to, avoid waste altogether,"  she said. r  '^People buy too much," she said, citing  a Tuscon, Arizona study that showed that  in One month the people of the city had  thrown away enough edible food to feed;  approximately 4,000 people.  Nichols said she hopes the group will  come away from the course with not only a  lot of practical information, but "the  concepts to make informed decisions on  their own," about shopping and about  what people need to stay healthy.  -She said she taught a similar course to  Eat Better&pendliess last year that went  into less detail and did not catch on.  "Hopefully the course is a timely one  this year, with the price of food rising 17%  per cent in the last year," says Nichols.  Cost of the course is only $5 for the eight  three-hour flesslons and the class will be  held Thursdays from 7 to 10 p,m. at  Chatelech Junior Secondary School  starting September 28.  Nichols said the course was sot at $5 to  encourage those who really must, stick to a  budget to come.  "It really is possible to ^jpehd less and  .end up with the best because of nutrition,"  says Nichols. "I really wanted to call the  courso 'Eat Best* -~ but It didn't sound  right."  and planner Robyn Addison will be there."  This community planning is being done  throughout the Sunshine Coast and it's  what you and your neighbors desire to  happen in your neighborhood. Just come to  the meeting and listen to the facts.  '  SECHELT GROWS  While other school districts,talk of the  Idrop in pupils, this year again there is a  large increase in students in Sechelt. The  increase of 37 pupils does not include those  starting for the first-time.  HOSPITAL AUXILIARY  }-L The ���garbled paragraph last week was  fjposed to read Sechelt Auxiliary to_.St.  ify1s_H6spitaT September meeting' is  ursday, September 14 at StrHilda's Hall  at 2 p.m. (Tomorrow.)  LAEDLAWS HOLIDAY TO THUNDER  BAY   Ed  and JBetty  Laidlaw. headed for  Calgary with their son David and nephew  Ross Asselstine of Coquitlam to see their  son Michael who is busy- in the construction business.  They are also backtracking to Lake  Lojiise to meet John and Mae McMullin  arid two of their family of six, Ellen aridX 'o^a^h p9  PhyUivplusPhyll^^  The McMu.lliris had J0&1 to Sechelt to  visit Mae's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W.K.  Berry, as well as sisters Betty Laidlaw  and Pat. Gibson.  Camping along the v/ay they found  tenting from here to Ontario not at its best  this past August, but thejn the weather was  - not-itS4isual-self-here-eithei^t-Thurider  Bay the Laidlaws. were greeted by their  son Gordon who is working with the CNR  there. -   '  lVlERRY-GO-ROUND BRIDGE  Don't forget to get your name down if  you wish to play bridge this winter. Phone  Margaret Humm at-885-2840.   FOR PARENTS ONLY  __There will be a parents meeting ofx  JBeavers,~Cubs7Scouts and Ventures, at Str  Hilda's Hall at 8 p.fo. on September 18.  This will tell whether the boys are going to  be allowed to pursue scouting activities.  Some of the people who have" been  working hard at keeping scouting going  find they can't continue, if you are not one  of those it is now your chance tqstep in and  do your part.'  It is urgent that more support is forthcoming and you don't have to be a  parent, just interestedin young scouters.  BRITISH COLUMBIA SOCIAL CREDIT PARTY  ���   Mackenzie Constituency   ANNUAL MEETING  Sunday, September 17th, 1978  2npnT  MADEIRA PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  MADEIRA PARK, B.C,  ���- -Duncan A. Sim, Secretary  1  1  I  ���  I  I  I  I  I  r  i  i  i  i  i  i  Fisheries on  the gurdy rule  - The Fisheries Department last week  released the following statement "to clear  up the confusion existing both with the  public and the department" regarding the  new gurdy regulation. .  ��� It has been clarified that a hand gurdy  -is legal if only one.fixed line 'is used.for.  ' sports fishing, or if used as a downrigger,  . ohe or more automatic release lines may  be used. .. *  It is illegal to employ both methods at  once or to use more than one fixed line on a  gurdy while sports fishing.  Weather report  Temperatures in Celsius, preciptation  in centimetres.  Lo.  ..���,:;... 1C0  f*.  .12.5  .12.5  ..9.0  .11.0  ..11.0  10.0 ,  Hi.  17:0  14.0  17.5  18.0  17.0  18.0  17.5  Prefc  ���- 1.05  .im  .0.32  0.18  0.20  "'nil'  1.06  LW    TW  REAL NEIGHBORLINESS  Friends of "Lloyd Fraser arid Emil  Henschke, both of Selma Park, held a  dinner party recently to mark the birthdays of these two -good neighbors.      -.  __J,lQyd!sl:bitthda^oiL^ugusL31_JAL.  Septembers ..  Septembers ...  September5 ...  September6 ...  September?...;  September8 ...  Week's rainfall ��� 4.09. September to  date - 4.77. 1978 to date ��� 86.08.  eptembei^2|8r1977���3.3(U5eptember  1-8,1977 - 3.45. Jan.-September 8,1977 ���  61.55,  The weather stations on the Sunshine  Coast received their metric equipment to  start this month ��� so Somewhat more  accurate figures are possible.  1  I  2  2  3  3  8  4  4  5  6  6  5  7  -14-  --8  10  9  11  10  12  11  15  12  13  13  18  14  16L  15  19  16  _.,7'.  17  20  18  21  19  22  20  24  21  9  22  27  23  17  24  28  25  29  26  Grease ....'.:.' .'."..*..'. i'.-ffry~ .".V.-ft-.y".. \    ..: Frankie Va Ifi  Three [Times A Lady -r-n. ., .^Commodores���  Love Will Find A Way .'. r  Pablo Cruise  Life's Been Good  .Joe Walsh  Miss You ..Rolling Stones ���<  Arms of Mary Chilliwack  Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad .Meat Loaf  -Reminiscing r-.-r..-.-. - . ..-.-.- -'���.- -.-.   -.--r��� -.-y-���-.-.--:-.-.���-.-fUttle-RiveisBand--  Not Gonna Let It Bother Me Atlanta Rhythm Section  Break It To Them Gently Burton Cummings  Raise A Little Hell/Round, Round .'     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Boston  ���_-^__. ���r.Bob Seger-   i... .Gerry Rafferty  Linda Ronstaajt  Kenny Loggins  troduced him to the three score and ten  group, Emil having arrived there a little  time before (two years and a few days)  welcomed him to the club.  A pre-dinner reception was held at the  home of Bernie and Meg Duval. After  congratulations were made to the two  guests and their wives, Dorrie Fraser and  Margaret KJenschke, the hosts consisting  of the Duvals, Edyth and Frank Gibson,  Mildred Whittaker, Elsie Foster,  Margaret and.Fred.EspleylJrene Crabb,  Flora Sayer and Jack MacLeod $et off for-  dinner at a Gibsons Cafe.  r The party thOn made its way to the  homo of Edyth and Frank Gibsons where  more good food was consumed and  congratulations, good wishes and  presentations were made.  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The council had originally responded to  a request from the SCRD to particpate in  the Watershed Control function by asking  -SCRD J3iairma  thecouncffthatthe  letters patent to protect  control  Page A-6  The Peninsula Times  told  for a  watershed  board."  ^Tleading'tHe letter atTthe- September 6  council meetjng, Mayor Lome Blain said  area on the peninsula against such things thematter (^controls was still not clear to  as herbicide spraying  "The word really should have been  'protection' not control," said Almond.  "We need a united face toward the  government in this request," he said.  In resDonse to  him. ,_��:���/ .  "I don't know if I'm out of order saying  this," said Blaine, "but this is still very  vague."  The mayor said that Almond had  assured his council that the function would  not cost Gibsons anything. "But we are  Wednesday, Sept. 13.1978  The Garden Corner  $i  manure  By Guy Symonds  ------nzr-r ������-���> ��        ��� response to council's request for  for further clarification of what controls clarification_in "black and white", SCRD  . the district would-be imposing. �����*-   ""   ~      ~" "      In a meeting with regional board  _k_ X ��      l -     ���   ~--.rn.-m-m ��� w       ��� -ammm-rm   ay, mrnaarn wmw     (IAUII1VAL/UI,     ll\,b| t}*^     OOJ.VI*  directors August-24,- AldUigaine God- answerto your query in regard to further       Blain said Almond had told himlthat  Secretary-Treasurer Anne Pressley"!sent "Ua^tojaayfoFthisfuhctidnaccordingto  Gibsons a brief two-sentence letter; "In ^the~ Municipal Act," Jie said.  dard said that it is "no secret tliat Gibsons clarificatioiror'the~Watershed^"CMitrol���dajron^��"ph^ne-thattheonly-purpose-iri  wants to retain its autonomy" and that it function, the intent of the Regional Board   establishing, the function was to stop  was'importent as to what,}dnd|of control is to seek supplementary letters patent to   herbi6ide-spraving. "But, I don't know . .  was involved before the council made a allow the district the authority to jippose    ."he said;   _/    .  decision.   \  "A letter is necessary to/define 'controls'," said Ald^T^dHunje/"It must be in  black and white ��� it's as simple as that."  READEWSRIGHT  restrictions within watershed areas!! \  "If the authority is granted, the actual-  legislation would be by way of regulatory  by-laws, subject to the approval of the  Why should the taxpayers  pay for a developer's road?  Editor,'The Times:  I was at the Sechelt Village Council  meeting last night. Apparently we are  going to get a road to the Arena. Council  agreed to have Len Van Egmond push  Trail Avenue through to the existing  blacktop on the road to the Arena.  I am sure this will please a lot of people _  including myself.  The only But is, the road. Van Egmond  well could only be finished with gravel.  Morgan Thompson suggested the village  find tax money in 1079 to pave this road. If  this be so, I suggest-the taxpayers of  Sechelt protest this action:  Why should the taxpayers pay to pave a  road in a private developer's' subdivision?  Ed Nicholson  Sunshhje Coast TV  "If you waht to take their word for it ���  put it to ayvote," said Aid. and Gibsons  RegionalBoard Director Jack Marshall.  Goddard and Hume, however,, endorsed  the plan to establish the watershed function. Goddard said the council always  "seems to be looking for the boogeyman  under-the~bed"~when-dealing-with-the-  SCRD and suggested that council will Jiave  input into the function once it becomes a  by-law.  "We have a director sitting right here,"  * ��� said-Hume. "Why can't he tell us what's  going on?"  "The board doesn't really know."  answered Marshall. "There are still some  things to find out."  "You mean that as a regional director  you don't'tawrwhaHheir-intention-is-in  As animal manure becomes harder to  find in many parts of the country, gardeners must turn more and more to the  next available option if their soil is to be  kept in good heart. ���  6b~viously~"ffi? compost^fteapTs^tM  source we look -to first, but.the .average  home' garden will  not  supply  nearly  ~ehougn~onfiis~valuable_material;   So we must turn to green manuring, the  digging in of a fast growing cover crop  while it is still green, to augment the  compost heap. It is fortunate that there is  a good variety of plants with the  requirements of quick growth and good  bulk ready to hand.  One of the mt>re common faults in the  utilization of this fertilizing agent is tho  impression that it can be done only once a  year ��� thatis, "after Uieharvest~season  for the year is over and the ground is  expected to lie fallow ali winter. This  gardener pleads guilty to that completely  erroneous idea. Some reading on the.  subject brings to light the information that  at almost any time of the year, except of  course in winter, it is possible to put in a  green crop, grow it to a height that is  sufficient for the purpose and dig it under,  there to carry on its vital work of building  First meeting  Even the most casual glance at the  processes involved cannot fail to impress.  The growing green stuff, by the miracle of  photosynthesis, continuously takes from  the air a - variety-of-substances such as  ^arbonrstarchesr^ugars^and^fatsr^and"  returns them to the soil, the root system  retains them in the ground by slowing  ���down-the-leaehing-process-at-thesame-  time keeping the nutrients in the soil that  would otherwise be lost by that leaching.  The bacterial action previously mentioned  is a closed book to this reporter, but every  authority one studies makes mention of it  as ^n invaluable result of green  manuring.  Sept. 30  This is just a short report to advise  those who may have-missed last week's  paper because of the holidays or the excitement of school start-up, that Sr.  Citizens' Assn: Br. 69 monthly meeting of  the fall will be September 21 at 1:30 p.m.  We will have a speaker at that meeting  who will give a short address on a matter  -oHmportance-toTdHeniorsr���"- "  Made Bell appeals for the ladies to  search their jewelry boxes and bring any  excess pieces to the meeting so that she  may replenish her supply and have it  prepared in time for the plant sale to be  held September 30,11 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Besides the plant sale there will also be  a white elephant table and refreshments  will be available. ��� Robert Foxall.  AL  Just a tempestJLtl a teapot  Editor, The Times:  Well, once again a tempest in a teapot  has been generated and the usual rash of  false assumptions, misinformation, and  rumours, are being bandied around.  I am referring to the infamous Arena  Road Kafuffle, and its sister problem the  , proposed rezoning of D.L. 10.  The editorial comment of the Coast  News^Segt. 5JsJhe_only-_press-attempt  "that tries to put the two problems in a  proper light. It asks the question "Is it not  the, law that developers should agree to  supply paved roads before a subdivision  approval"? Actually the by-law requires,  And by the by the $40,000 rumoured cost  of re-plotting in the Village is wholly and  solely a Provincial Government burden.  Can it be that Mr. E. Nicholson is  warming up his campaign and will again  run, for Village Office. Considering that he  has in the past purported to be a Student of  Municipal Affairs I can only give him a  failing grade based on the woeful  -misconceptionsevideritinliisletter of this  week.  Speaking of campaign speeches my  friend Henry Hall must tie running for  something pretty grand. Surely all his  charges and allegations pf misfeasance  applying for the letters patent?" asked  Hume.        :  ��� ~  Council carried the motion tha^ Gibsons  participate in the Watershed Control  function and support the SCRD in its  request for supplementary letters.patent  for the function, with Aid. Larry Trainor  asking that his negative vote be recorded^  In" oth"er""cbimcU'"busine"!rs7^emteVs  tabled a request by Cedar's Inn pub owner  John Kavanaugh to extend his operating  hours to l"a."m. _=="~-~��� -"  Kavanaugh presented a petition with  300 signatures on it endorsing a two-hour  extension of hours to 1 a.m. He also said  that Gibsons RCMP and nearby residents  are amenable to the plan.  Kavanaugh said that the RCMP are in  -favornof"extended hours as'a means-of-  preventing drinking drivers-from driving  to other open establishments after 11 p.m.  He said .the extension would be better  for the Cedar's because the pub is busier   , ,_,   cnarges ana aueganons ot misteasance    at night and the two hours "will provide  _without._exception_-that.any--and-aU_subr_flrected-at-the-Village-eouncilmust-be���extra_r_ey_enue_._to  help   pay___for_en-  divisions must supply paved roads to the   aimed higher than a lowly,seat in our"  tprta'nmpnf  wh,"h ho caw1 ic "fn" -  Small Village Council. ,  He uses grand terms like "Heavy  Density" that is solely his terminology and  has no meaning to me. The rezoning ap-  plicatioh is for R.3.  The requirements of" R-3 are as yet  nearest access through road. Only then the  Village approving officer (the clerk) signs  the document that allows registration of  ��� title to any and all lots in that subdivision.  ���To-siy certain knowledge this ;has been  adhered to without exception since that  * requirement became law  ll.��{UU CHICHI.   VCI^lMiG   U��W. ;, -- ***~    ��� ���"!���������� w���wmw    W-.  *������    CUE    OO    jr,Gl  '^���Now;'to"clarifv.a,few other?gftonfeoiig - incomplete. .It.,mainly speaks -about  u  statements that arise from the bad  memory of that indispensable chairman of  the Arena Construction Committee Mr. H.  Hall. I refer now to the unpaved section of  Trail Ave. and why it was built at all. The  Arena machinery required a three phase  pqwOrline and Hydro would: not build  same on the surveyed and undedicated  "Seiction 6" legal access road that has  serviced the Arena area for 30 years ("For  this same reason the Village has refused to  spend our tax money on paving that  section").  -���-���Van Egmond spent whatever the cost  was to locate, build and survey the extension to Trail Ave. throughout his  properties to make possible the supply of  phase three flower to the Arena and at that  time he did wot need the road and was  under absolutely no compulsion to open  , the road and still isn't.  He could have waited until he required  it as part of the long range plans to subdivide" his properties. Mr. Hall knows all  about this but seems to have forgptteri how  elated he was to be able to have three  phase power delivered to the Arena.  I have been given to understand that  Van Egmond is preparing to Improve Trail  Ave. to a usable condition which pleases  me and will no doubt please the good  citizens who were concerned enough to air  their views and attend the meeting.  To further clarify this contretemps I  say now to Mr. and Mrs. McCall that when  you recently purchased yOur new home  you must have surely driven over "the  dangerous and Impassable" road to vlow  your purchase. Tho Vlllago Clerk could  havo enlightened you as to the disposition  , and reason for Anchor St, being partially  unpaved had you Inquired.  To^Mr, und Mrs. McFarlane, I can  assure you tliat a "Section 0" rood is not a  private road. It is a public and legal  i;throti#hwny and "Ws boon Hinco 'public  ' riionoy was first spent on It many yoars  flfio.      '  clustering of houses aiid like all other  building zone regulations has a 10 metre  height limitation (10 metres approx 30ft).  As Mr. Hall well knows, the  requirements of sewerage disposal' is the  Provincial Dept. of - Health's function  alone. The Health Dept. "sets minimum  requirements, and polices and inspects  those requirements.  r I would be very surprised if anjrthing  other than a direct link, at developers cost,  to the Regional District Sewerage System  would be applied for and granted. That's  what the Sewerage System is for, after all.  T could-go-on~ad-nauseum-in-this..vein  but will manfully resist the temptation:  In closing, I mention two mor^e small  Items. Mr. Hall's letter in the Press of  August 23rd, whOrein he spends four  columns piling charges of ignorance,  stupidity, and columny On the Village  Council, and then closes jivith extreme  unction, quote "In my opinion we have a  sincere hard working Council which too  often displays the nice guy attitude at the  direct expense of the,, taxpayer" unquote.  Are you saying they are sjaopid Heriljy? as  well as Venal.  Now for my motive for this epic. My  interest is not entirely unselfish. I havo  owned a lot on Osborne's subdivision for  several years and I have every Intention of  buying a^small Town House for my own  usoi ahd think that tho proposed sito on  district Lot 10 is great. If I can afford it  that Is. -->     ^������  And last, who knows I might just run  for a Council Scat this November myself.  Thoro, it appears I've written a campaign  speech myself, Maybe.  Norm Watson  Secholt  tertainment, which he said is "too expensive" at present.  The mayor said council would like to  "check ori some things" and consider the  matter before making its .decision.  Council told a group of Bay Rd.  residents that consideration will be given  to the blacktopping of 200 feet of that street  in_next_yean!sJ3udget. ���-  J.K. Myers", appearing on behalf of the  group, said the road, which provides access to three housesis "just a dusty trail at  the moment."  "It's our road -���- we have to live oh it  .and we'd like to see  it graded  and  lacktopped,," said Myers.   '���',..  ���.r "It's not in the-budget- this year, but  we'll certainly put it in for next year," said  Marshall.  In the meantime, cOuncil agreed to  upgrade the road with the municipal  backhoe and clear some bushes from the  road.  _���^requestior_a...cr^^  Beach has been turned down by the  Department of Highways.  Council asked Highways to consider a  crosswalk at that section of the highway  when a citizen wrote to council outlining  the hazards at that crossing.  Tucker Forsyth, district highways  manager, said in a letter to council,  however, that a crosswalk is not  warranted at Armours Beach.  "This ministry would not be prepared  to install a pedestrian crosswalk, as lt does  not meet our warrants," he said In tho  letter. "We liave found that crosswalks  create an additional hazard as the  pedestrians obtain a false sense of security  from the crosswalk and do not pay proper  attention to traffic."  Highways will, however, consider tho  possibility of no-passing lines at that  section of highway when tho centreline Is  repainted. ,  Council's request for an additional sign  warning motorists of pedestrians and  speed limit changes was also dented.  Forsyth sold that moro signs In that area  "would appear redundant."  humus, encouraging bacterial activity,  -conservingmoisture^andTeturning to~trie~  earth the plant nutrients that will probably  otherwise be leached out and lost.  There is no reason, sly the experts,  why a green crop should not be sown  whenever-the-weather���is-suitabler-and-  there is every reason why it should. They  ^name- as-good -for-the--purpose: raper  mustard, Italian rye grass, buckwheat,  cowpeas, vetches and winter rye. This last  is the "fall rye" that seems to be used  almost exclusively hereabouts. But some  of the others have" qualities with great  , appeal for the gardener. Vetches and cow  peas, for instance, are legumes like clover  With the same amazing ability to take  nitrogen from the air and fix it in the soil.  feut there are also some restrictions.  ~Rape and mustard are not recommended  for use where turnips or cabbage havebeen  grown previously. The authority who gives  this warning fails to give any reason but  "fromexperience is sufficiently reliable to  be taken seriously. "N.  " IfancTwRSirthese crops are Being dug  in while they show heavy green growth, a  Sprinkling of sulphate of amonia will  hasten decomposition. A ..���'���'. .';.������  It is worthwhile to observe the sort of  growth that shows up too. For instance, if  the seeding out starts while the growth is  7 still smaU you may b&sureihattheground  -lacks nitrogen but is pretty Heavy in  ;fpotash.   ..;''::   ������"���/ ;,- ������...'���.-':":'".'.'��� V-  ��� ? Next year this gardener is going to  revise his whole fertilizing program to  , make the green manuring a more flexible  operation. A careful calculation of the  sowing timetable could make this possible-  if the weather cooperates. Could one, for  lexample, use rape or mustard where the  early peas are growing, even before the  vines have to be pulled up? You would riot  use cow peas or vetch, of course, because  the peas have already done their nitrogen  fixing job.  ; The subject opens up a whole vista of  more intensive gardening enabling our life  --giving-soil-to make-full ,use_of���its.-mafc_  velous powers.  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Super Stars  Leave .to, Beaver  I Love Lucy  Part. Family  6:00  6:30  7:00  -7:30'  News  Cont'd.  Mary T. Moore  "Baseball;���"-^���  Cont'd.  Cont'd.   ..  Magazine  ���World���Animals-  Cont'd.-  Cont'd/.  Seattle  - Manimals-  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Doris, Day  - Baseball:--^  Cont'd.    -  Mary T. 'Moore  Tell the  Truth,  -Family"Feud" *  News   "  Cont'd.  ^Wlnsday^-���.=  Bonus Draw  Zoom  Over Easy  -News *���������-" ��� -1  Life Around Us  Brady; Bunch  My 3 Sons ���  -HogaSW Heroes  Adam-12  Funorama Little Rascals  Gilligan's Island Part. Family.  My 3 Sons Petti. Junction  J_Love Lucy   ���_ Hollywood Sqs.  Andy Griffith  .   Carol Burnett  Gong Show. .- Bob .Newhart-  "Jdker's' Wild        Vancouver  Wives of Pat,      , Cont'd.  8:00  8:30  9:00  9:30  Montreal  at New York     *  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  8 Is Enough  Cont'd.    -  Charlie's  Angels  Clone Master  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Stunts  Montreal at  New'York  ��� Cont'd.  Cont'd.  ���Popeye  Movie:  Buffalo BUI  & -Indians   "10:00  10:30  11:00  11:30  "Cont'd.  Week in B. Ball  National News  Night Final  "Cont'd.  Cont'd.  News   '  Police Woman  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  News  Tonight Show  conrd;   Week in B'ball  News  Cont'd.         ���  Cont'd.1  Cont'd!  News  Late Movie  8 is Enough  Cont'd.  Charlie's  -Angels-   Opera  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  -Cont'd-  San Fran: City  Walts to Die  My Kingdom  -fofLbve  Newlywed Gatne   Cont'd.  . Merv Griffin     ���   Cont'd.-���  .JJantsL. -Movie:-  Cont'd.  Clone Masters  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  News  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Image Makers  Dick. Cavett  Winners. Losers  News  Love Experts  .Odd Couple  Gong Show  The Africans  Cont'd.  Love Experts  Hawaii  5-0  Cont'd.  T.B.A.  Sports Page  Cont'd.  Thursday, Sept. 14  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL'12  CHANNEL 13  12:00  12:30  1:00  1:30  Switzer   >-  Search for Tom.  Bob McLean-  Cont'd.-   -  All My Children  Cont'd.   '  One Life  to Live  HoUywood  Days of  Our Lives  The Doctors  Sqs.  News    '  Ida' Clarkson  Marcus Welby  Cont'd.  News  As Worid Turns  Cont'd.  Guiding Light   _  News  Movie:  Testimony of 2  __Men_Pt.-4   Programs  Begin at  3 p.m,  News  Jeannie  Movie:  -Where���  Price is "Right  Magazine  Cont'd. _r _,_  ' Andy~ Griffith  All  My  Children  _Vancouver_  Cont'd.  2:00"  .2:30  3:00  3:30  EdgeofNIght���  High- Hopes  Take 30  -  Celebrity Cooks  "General  Hospital  Edge of Night  Merv Griffin  Another  Cont'd.  Movie:  High  World"  "Lircy~Show"^���  High Hopes ���  Take 30  Celebrity- Cooks  Cont'd.  M.A.S.H.  Dinah  Cont'd.  Another World  Cont'd.  Alan Hamel-  Cont'd.    '  James  Michener  4:00  4:30  5:00  5:30  Just William  What's New  Goodies  All in FamUy  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  News  Cont'd.  Commissioner  Cont'd. -   ...  Carol  Burnett  News  Bionic  Woman  ContSd.  Sanford- & Son  News  Emergency  One  News  Cont'd.  Price is Right  Cont'd.  $6,000,000 Man:?'  Cont'd.  Sesiftne Street  Cont'd.  'Mr. Rogers  Electric  Co.  Sidewalk Ends  Cont'd.  Popeye  Banana Splits  M.A.S.H.  Hillbillies  . Match Game  Jeannie  Cont'd.  Cont'd.   ���  Going' Places  Spiderman  Super Stars  Leave to Beaver  I Love Lucy  Part. Family  Funorama  Gilligan's  Island  My 3 Sons  I Love Lucy  Little Rascals  Part. Family  Petti. Junction  Hollywood Sqs.  6t00  6:30  7:00  7:30  News  Cont'd.  Mary T. Moore  Trivia Quiz  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Northwest'  Exploration NW  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Seattle  Joe  Garcia  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Hawaii 5-0  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Mary T. Moore��  Tell the Truth  Tattletales  News  Cont'd.  Another Day  Grand Country  Zoom -  Over Easy  News  Playhouse  Brady Bunch  My 3 Sons  Hogan's  Heroes  Adam-12  Andy Griffiths  Gong Show  Joker's  Wild  On the Buses  Carol  Burnett  Bob Newhart  Vancouver  Cont'd.  8:00  8:30  9:WT  9:30  Duchess of  Duke. St.  W.E.B.  Cont'd.  Mork & Mindy  Cont'd.  Barney MUler  Cont'd.  Movie:  Clone Master  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Duchess of  Duke St.  Movie:  Christina  The Waltons  Cont'd.  Hawaii 5-0  Cont'd.   -  Waltons  Cont'd.  Soap  Cont'd.  Opera Donna Fargo Newlywed Game Cont'd.  Cont'd. Marty Robbins r. Merv Griffin Cont'd.  PhiHtitrmonic    -   Dolly                   "Cont'd. Welcome  Cont'd. Pop Country        Cont'd. Kotter  10:00  10:30  11:00  11:30  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  National News  Night Final  Soap  Cont'd.  Nsws  Starsky,   Hutch  W.E.B.  Cont'd.  Nfiws  'Tonight Show  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  News  Cont'd.  Barnaby '  Jones���  News  Late  Movie  Baretta  Cont'd.  News  News  2 Ronnies  Cinema  Dick Cavett  Turnabout  News  Love Experts  Odd Couple  Gong Show  Africans  Cont'd.  Love Experts  M.A.S.H,   Guys 'n Dolls  Cont'd.  Sports Page  Cont'd.  I'm.'  Friday, Sept. 15   , \  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  ,_12:00^  12:30  . 1:00  , 1:30  Switzer������- ._-���  Search for Tom.  Bob  McLean  Cont'd.  -AlUMy���  Children  One Life  to Live  Hollywood -Stis.  Days of  Our Lives  .  The Doctors  - News ~~~-  Ida- Clarkson  Marcus Welby  Cont'd.  2:00  2:30  3:0fr  3:30  Edge of Night  High Hopes  Take 30  Celebrity Cooks  -News----   As World Turns  Cont'd.  Guiding Light  News   Movie:  Recommend!  ��� Mercy  -Programs-  Begin at  3 p.m.  \  - News   Jeannie  Movie:  Mission to  -Price-is-Right���  Cont'd.  All in FamUy  Dr. ln House  All MyChlldren-  Cont'd.  Vancouver  Cont'd.  General  Hospital  Edge of Night  Harold Lloyd  Another  World  Cont'd.  Movie:   -  Cincinnati Kid  Lucy Show  High Hopes  Take 30  Celebrity Cooks  Cont'd.  M.A.S.H.  Dinah  Cont'd.  Another Worid  Cont'd.  Alan Hamel  Cont'd. -  James  Michener  Morocco -  Confd.  Popeye  Banana   Splits -  M.A.S.H.  Hillbillies  Match  Game  - Jeannie- -   ���  Cont'd:  Cont'd.  Going Places  -Spiderman -  4:00  4:30  5:00  5:30  Just William  Kids Only  Heavyweight  Boxing:  News  Cont'd.  Bionic Woman  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Heavyweight  Carol   Burnett  Heavyweight  Boxing:  News  Boxing:  Emergency  One  News  Cont'd.  Price is  Cont'd.  f6,000,000  Ian  Right  Sesame Street  Cont'd.  Mr. Rogers  .Electric Co,  Super Stars  Leave to Beaver  I Love Lucy  Part. Family  Funorama  Gilligan's Island  My 3 Sons  I Love Lucy  Little Rascals  Part. Family  Petti.   Junction  Hollywood Sqs.  6:00  All vs Splnks  All vs Splnks  Cont'd.  All vs Splnks  Cont'd.  News  Blue Marble  Brady Bunch  Andy Griffith  Carol Burnett  6:30  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Mary T. Moore  Cont'd.  Over Easy  My 3 Sons  Gong Show  Bob Newhart  7:00  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Seattle  Cont'd.  Movie:  Circus  News  Hogan's -Heroes  Joker's  Wild  Vancouver  7:30  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Hollywood1 Sqs.  Cont'd.  Paper Lion  Cont'd.  Gardening  Adam-12 -  Dr. on the Go  Cont'd.  8:00  News  Movie:  Starship  Lawrence  Cont'd.  Wonder  Wn. Review  Dating Game  Newlywed Game  Cont'd.  8:30  Cont'd.  In Tandem  Invasion  Welk  Cont'd.  Woman  WaU Street  Step Beyond  Merv  Griffin  Cant'd.  - 9:00 -  -Mary T. Moore -  Cont'd.  Cont'd.     --  - Little House  Movie: ���   /     "Movie:   Theatre  Hot   City/Disco  Cont'd.  Movie:  9:30  25   Anniversary  Miss Teen  Quincy  on the Prairie  Grand Theft  The Islanders  Cont'd     '  Cont'd.  Cont'd..  Grand  Theft  10:00  T.B.A.  Pageant  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Auto      /  Cont'd.  Leonard  News  The Africans  Auto  10:30^  11:0(T  T.B.A.  Cont'd.  . Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd. l  Cont'd.         -  Bernstein  Love Experts  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  National News  News  News  News  News  News  Dick Cavett  Odd Couple  Love Experts  Sports Page  11:30  Night Final  Baretta  Tonight -Show  Cont'd.  Late Movie  Cont'd.  Real Am.  Gong  Show  Avengers  Cont'd.  Wednesday, Sept. 13,1978  The Peninsula Times  Page A-7  Resource society slide show  The Sunshine Coast. Community  Resource Society will be sponsoring a slide  and picture presentation as follows:  Trail Bay Mall, Thursday, September  14, 10-4; Trail" Bay Mall, Friday, September 15, 10-8; Sunnycrest Mall, Thursday, September 21, 10-4; Sunnydrest  j Mall, Friday, September 22,10-8.  The intent of the presentation is to  make the public more aware of the services which are available to them. We  would like to involve more people in the  Society, both as workers and as recipients  of the services. The four main services  sponsored by the Sunshine Coast Community.. . Resource. Society are:  Homemaker Services (Co-ordinator Linda  Risebrough) 885-5144; Minibus (Dispatcher Betty Crosby) B$5-5012; Senior  Services (Co-ordinator Louise Hume) 886-  7415; Volunteer Bureau (Coordinator Jo-  Anne Bushnell) 885-3821.  The photographs and slides have been  taken by a loral^fiotograplier,"June Boe.  The general meeting pf the Sunshine  Coast Community Resource Society will  be held on September 26 at 7:30 in the  Sechelt Elementary School. The speaker  for the evening will be Fred Taylor from  the Ministry of Human Resources. .  t  Community use  of Pender school  is meeting topic  On September 25, Monday, at 7:30 p.m.,  the residents of the Pender Harbour are  invited to Pender Harbour Secondary  School gym to discuss* how the school can  be used to the best advantage by the adult  population.  The residents are encouraged to  propose courses for the winter and those  ���who haye talents are asked to share these  wffffothers itTthe community.  For further information, call 885-3512,  Continuing Education, Karin Hoemberg,  Co-ordinator.  r  ���\  >-*  Water exchange agreement near  Gibsons aldermen and Regional Board  directors ironed out all but a few minor  details last Thursday for an agreement  under which the village and the district  wi^l- cooperate in a water exchange  program.  The two authorities agreed to one final  joint meeting on the matter at the time of  the Union of British Columbia  Municipalites annual meeting later this  month.  A separate proposal for creation of a  joint sewage collection and disposal  system for the Gibsons and vicinity area  stumbled over the questions of control and  cost of the project:  Further discussions of that proposal  will be held after f urthg^gtudy qf "the costs  of various alternatives by payton and  Knight, Consulting EngmeefsT"7^  isfr&li  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SALES & SERVICE  IN THE  W  OF SECHELT  885-9816  Ask about our  Admiral  S5> Mark of Quality  APPLIANCES.& TELEVISIONS  Saturday/ Sept. 16  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00  12:30  1:00  1:30  Survival  Cont'd.  Sports  Cont'd.  Am.  Bandstand Baseball:  F Troop Teams TBA  Game of Week Cont'd.  Football: Cont'd.  Sports Review  Travel  Red Fisher  McGowan & Co.  Space Academy  Fat- Albert  Ark II  30  Minutes  McGowan & -Co.  Discover  War Years  Cont'd.  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Reinhardt  886-2333  9:30 am��� St. John's, Wilson Greek  M:l5a.m.~ Gibsons  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  [Serviceand Sunday Schboi each Sunday  at  11:30 a.m. (except last Sunday in  month at 12:30 p.m.) Wed. Evenings,  7:30.   ',          .  All iti St. John's United Church.       .  ,                    Davis Hay,         , -"'    (  Phone 885-3,157, 886-7882, 883-9249  SUNSHINECOAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  , Davis Hny Rond ill Laurel  Davis Hay  Sunday School .. ��� 9:45 ani  Morning Service  , 11:00 am  livening SeiVice ,,,,., 7:00 pm  Wed. Prayer and Bible Study  I     f    Phone H85-52% '     , .  ���'���.'    ,    "noii'dfiiomliuitlotuil"          '  ...PnstorCHHbrd McMullen  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  Rev. T. Nicholson, I'tisior  '���'"] , TIMES OF SUN DAY MASS  8:00 p.m, Sat. eye. at St. Mary's, Gibsons  8:30 a.m. Our Lady ol' Lourdes, on the  Sechelt Indian Reserve  10:00 ��vm. ni The Holy Family Church in  Sechelt  12 noon at Si. Mary's Church in tiibsons  ftM-W-WiW ,.��<��-  Sopl, 14     Socholi Aux, to St, Mary's Hospital Monthly Mooting, St, Hilda's  Hall, 2 pm ,  Sopt, 14 Alcoholics Anonymous Mooting. Wilson Crook Community Hall,  ..���.    1:30 pm. lor Info,coll J05-2896fcor 085-3394,......  ,  .    SoP'- '6      Fo" Plowor Show sponsorod by tho Socholt Gordon Club, Sr.  Cltlion's Hall, Socholt. 2-5 pm, 75c admission Includos loa, door prlxos.  Sopt, 10- Socholi Scouts Pqronts Mooting, St, Hilda's Hall, 6 pm,  Soplombor 10 - Carpot Dowllng, Wolcomo Poach Hall, 1:30 pm.  Soptombor III --Aroa 'IV Ratepayers Ass'n Annual Gonoral Mooting,  Wolcomo llooch Hall, 0 pm.  Sopt, 7\ A  Monthly Mooting Sr, Cltlxons Dr 69, Sr CHUons Hall, Socholi, -  1 ��30 pm,  Soptombor 24 ��� Sunday Badminton Rog'n, Chatoloch School, 11 am. Or  pro-r��glstor by phoning 885-2S12,9 am te 5 pm,  EVERY SATURDAY ��� Do you havo oxtra frosh vogotablos, homo baking or  prosorvos ihal'yW would IIHo to soil? 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OH  (Ii  "I,  ���v  ?��� ��� wZwZwZw W'wZW W~wr��~wi.tt  .-(((���W��W^^^^*ii��*i^Mp^*!**(i*  ���*ft*S*#Tt^1^MKi��*M��*t��W*��^^ .���  -'+p����*rtliW.^4fl;)ji��!i^WjSl[iBiil(i:^^j��lf.1��-��!itlfr  ^w-r-^wpy***-*  v<- p"��*t:,".  ���<.�����"'  ,1 ��� r * "  Phone 885-3155  ....where  *      - : ���" ���    . . i.   ,      ,,  ee pot 4s a/ways on "     ^  ���ifcv  ������%������ M "�����-.���  CORNER Of WHARP <fc DOLPHIN STRAIT DOWNTOWN SECHELT  �����-i4��w  rt*^*K>-H~   w-W^ >M^^fM,fc*W>*^n'->WMt?'^^  ipWW^Ht Sf*   (*)* [*i*i#W  M^JWWMtsf   tHMM��i*WMi*Wt �����**(* -^-Tp  ��i f *'l rtiiftottf   ���*�����<  �� K-.1JIIW OWfMl^tl J lflsW*f��M|Wf''*#%* VI  ��� v'-^^Y'p,* ��w  > ti��W^Mn��Wi t��n^fl����^ft-��iiM r,  #(����|i,ii���%ii'-w  Ha*-*  i*��r t��W *f�� T*��>iM,��"-^w*(iin*��f  r Prt^prf^f^ff "*^ W  i��*( <.rw�� *lipBtfla-ytt^  \,  '\   '.;   '  '�� ...L.���  \$  -/���'���  ���;������/  T&E EeNINSULaT^*^  Sections We^esd^,Sept. 13> 1M8       *^       Pages 1-8  Pltch-lnTS  Hctp  BfRMiColumWo  Beautiful  An expensive  tee cream run  . - Ice cream for a friend's birthday party  cost a youjig Sechelt mother $500 and a  morning in jail.  Provincial Court Judge Ian Walker  ordered Sharon Jean Thomas to pay a fine  of $500 and do 25 hourscommunity work  service after. she_ipleadedLguilty-Sep^-  tember 6 to. driving while suspended.  /Before   handing   down   sentence,  ; however,  Walker  ordered  Thomas-to  j spend the morning in the Sechelt lock-up  ! while a pre-sentence report was prepared.  ' ��� _ k.~" What a- tenrffi^ mournful position for  . the mother of a four-month-old baby to be  1 ii> ���"said the judge, "'��� to be put in the  cells 'and possibly put in jail for what  you've done."  "���Mh a verbal report to the court, the  probation officer said Thomas had  originally lost her licence because of an  accumulation of too many points. She had,  however, driven on July 26 into Sechelt  from her Tillicum Bay home to buy ice  cream for a friend's birthday party."  \;"I don't usually, drive, she told the  judge; "but I really wanted to get the ice  .cream."  , . .Driving home from the store, Thomas  lost control of her vehicle and smashed  'into another ear. She suffered knee injuries ahd a broken wrist, while a  , passenger in the other car sustained scalp  lacerations.  V .'"It wasn't worth it, was it?" askedthe  > judge.    . n 'y "  . p' Walker alsopiit Thomas on supervised  probation for one year and warned her  " that any further infractions of a similar  ���nature would likely mean a jail sentence.  y "1 jqst sjtentpart of the morning in jail  aiid-I donVwantto go to jail," said  Thomas.  The Downtown  /  y  i-w-tw-*****  Court news  To blow or not to blow  as a $350 question  *f  A Gibsons man who said police refused  to give .him a breathalyser tpst at a  BATmobile road block was found guilty in  provincial court September 6 of failing to  provide a breath sample.  Judge Ian Walker fined Leonard Frank  Pearce $350 after hearing testimony from  Pearce and the two Gibsons RCMP who  stopped him at a roadside check April 9.  , Const. Russell Nash said that when he  ~stopped-Pdar'ce's-car-ataboijt-2rl5_aTm;7  the 27-year-old mill worker appeared to be  impaired. Nash said he read the breath  test demand to Pearce arid then took him  to a nearby BATmobile in his patrol car.  Nash testified that once at the BAT-  mobile he determined it would take approximately an nour before a test could be  taken because there was somebody giving  a breath sample and two people waiting;,  Nash said he thought it would be faster  to take Pearce to the Gibsons detachment  for the test. Once at the station, however,  Pearce refused tp give a sample of Iris  breach.  Const. Leslie Loden, the breathalyser  technician on duty that night, testified that  Pearce said: "I was taken to the van and  refused a test there, so why should I take  ono here? " when he asked him to provide a  sample of his breath.  Loden said Pearce was acting in nn  "insulting and cocky mariner and  frequently used prfanities. "He told me ���  'I have no intention of taking ono (ri test)  now,' " said Mdcn.  Pearce testified that when Nash  decided to take him to Gibsons for a test ho  was given no cxplaiwtlon and ^as  only wKy bo was not given a test at' the  BATmobile when Loden "put Uio cover on  tho machine.  "I Just wanted to know why I wasn't  given a test at the BATmobile," said  Pearce. "Ho (Loden) put the cover on tho  machine beforo I was given a chance."  Pearce testified that he had only had  threp beera during the evening.  "If you wore telling Uio truth, tho  breathalyser would have proved you Innocent," said Walker In bonding down  sentence. "There was no reason for tho  behaviour you oxhlbltcd on that evening ���  the police officers shouldn't have to take  profanity from you."  The judge also ordered Pearce to take  the impaired drivers course: On a  separate charge of impaired driving,  Pearce pleaded guilty arid was fined $750.  He. was put on supervised probation for  one year.  Walker advised Pearce to "take stock"  of his drinking problem.     ���  ik_y.ourselfc_!.Where.am Xgoing _���=���_  Cattle rustlers  in Garden Bay?  -' Sechelt RCMP'report the attempted  theft of a cow from a Garden Bay  residence September 2. The cow was found  with a rope tied around it�� horns and police  say someone apparently tried to lead the  animal away by the rope.  V There was a break-in at the hot dog  stand in the Madeira Park shopping centre  September 2. A hydro meter was broken  during the incident.  Some^narid tools were stolen from an  East Porpdise Bay home on September 7.  Police report that there has been  damage done to fruit trees in the Davis  Bay area. .  A gold-colored men's 10-speed bicycle  [was stolen"in Wilson Creek September \\.  1    A 575 Rp~JohrisoriT'outbbard rnotwwaiT  .uthey-would���discuss_praviding_attiiir^  additional $10,000 requested by Arena   September t.  An eight-foot grey dingy and two oars  went missing from a' Thormanby Island  residence on September 7.  A break, entry and theft at a residence  on Highway 101 in Gibsons was reported to  police September 7. The thief stole a small  amount of coins and some candy.  SAW FILING SERVICE  CARBIDE TIP  HAND SAWS  CIRCULAR SAWS  DEPART 7:45 am       3:45 pm  SECHELT 9:45 am        5:00 pm  11:45 am  DEPART 7:30 am       12:30 pm  VANCOUVER     8:30 am       4:30 pm  FOR SECHELT   10:30 am  SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS  DEPART 11:45 am      5:00 pm  SECHELT 3:45 pm  DEPART 12:30 pm  VANCOUVER     4:30 pm  3 FLIGHTS DAILY TO NANAIMO  CONNECTING FLIGHTS TO POWELL RIVER  Fop further information phone: 885-2214  Use Times' Adbrieh to Sell Rent Buy. Swap etc.  Heat YetHeai'��e!  . o  PUBLIC MEETING SCHEDULE  TlfW  Ar��17��VrA    ���lnnnJ (n. ��k���   in��j anciii a, tiuBcu iui uie aiumnci,  won't be able to open its doors without  a loan from the Village of Sechelt.  Aldermen Wednesday approved a  $4,000-loan-to thefacility^and-saidt  REGIONAL BOARD  Public  Hearing  By-law No.   167,  Roberts Creek Community Hall.  Parks and Recreation Public Information  Meeting,   7:30   pm,   Pendej   Harbour  Community Hall.  Planning    Committee/Regular    Board  Meeting, 7:30 pm, SCRD Board Room.  Board of Variance, 7:30 pm, SCRD Board-  Room.  Public Utilities Committee Meeting, 7:30  pm, SCRD Board Room.  Parks &. Recreation & Public Information  Meeting,    7:30,  ^Senior   .Citizens'    Hall,  Sechelt.=  directorsrTheioanswould-be repaid  in November and December, according to arena officials.  Madeira Park  recreation  talk called off  why am I doing these things?! "You're a  menace," he said, "and If there's any  repititlon of these offences, I have no doubt  you'll be sent to jail."  In an unreleated case, Stephen John  Graham pleaded i guilty to driving while  having a blood alcohol level over .08  percent.  Police stopped the 20-year-old carpenter on July 16 In Roberts Creek after  they saw his vehicle hit the gravel  shoulder and go out of control,  Graham was taken for a test and gave a  breath sample of .14. Police said he was  polite and co-operative throughout tho  incident.  Walker fined Graham $300 "taking into  account the low reading and polite and cooperate manner."     \  Graham told the Judge that he bad not  realized he was Impaired at the time and  said he had been "rumbling and tumbling" with friends at the Roberta Creek  Hall prior to the Incident.  Boyd Theodore Goeson pleaded guilty  to Impaired driving and was finnd $300.  The 20:ycar-old logger was followed by  police after ho evaded a pollco road block  outside the Sea, Cavalcade beer  August 12.  Goeson told police that ho had hnd "a  lot" to drink that night. Ho blow ,14. Tho  Judge also ordered him' to tako the impaired drivers course.  A Parks and Recreation Committee  meeting set for this evening (Wednesday)  in Madeira Park has, been cancelled,  according to committee Chairman Dick  Derby.  The meeting was scheduled as a public  discussion of recreation referendum  proposal, but was cancelled due to a  conflict in the scheduling of the community hall.  Derby said another date for the  meeting will be announced shortly.  Committee  formed for  Arts centre  & ALL SMALL TOOLS  Wharf Rd. cornor of  Porpolso Bay Rd., Sochelt  (Bernle)  885-5485  A special committee has been formed  to raise money for "Special Effects"  necessary for the Art Centre In Sechelt.  A meeting at MurrnyslStudlo was hold  recently for this purpose and Rita Sober  garden, and Alice Murray,wlll,be co-convenors for,  the first of a series of fund raising efforts.  A plant sale Will bo held nt Wilson  Creek Hall, Saturday, October 7th.  Donations of planta would bo appreciated.  Phono 885-3100 or 885-0662.  CARPET CABINET CERAMIC CENTRE!  NORTH ROAD GIBSONS-886-2765  SHOWROOM HOURS-THURSDAY-SATURDAY 10 am-5 pm  GREAT PRODUCTS AT EVERYDAY GREAT PRICES  cti  ,tfo��  "'Hmor.'  '" ��X>klng  *i>  'tifrlt m  ^tiormfm **~~"Mr'A  "Motion  'C0*�� ��Op  ^���"���rfop,  COMMISSIONER OF AFFIDAVITS FOR B.C.  James D. Orr  883-2218  asatts  <#��  o**ivoo*  ,*voH  <��  ���%#-'  }U**!'��*atsi  ������Wt OVENS  "V,"* vy  '-*-,t  SEAVIEW PLACE, GIBSONS  SmBmGmw i Bm^P9P^yr<^p  886-9733  922-2017  Itoll (rool  authorized Sanyo dealer  AUDIO REFLEX-WHARFDALE-LEAK-AUDIO-VOX  I  ���lfH "MjWJ f  ,��������"���*���...���.I  CERAMIC TILES  I��   &TU*  ��ww,��.*.��'Sl-��S��w��^.  WhtWrrisviXii��  ��� :����0^l^^L><(^.tyutt^^  V*|    i. m.  #ii,-  it *." h/^C;  j*  pWH  CII <>WiU Kffl-lcRl -W�� *���  ^V-*"'W^^'Vr^#tot*'3^��<��W  tjf   ����� t��   I      *  W)��,1   ����� }.*���. Ost-te,   4=     �� H'#*it*��#<*<IW��>ii,'*'*fH<1 1 ���>*   ��****��]  I,    ..   .  liiWt*BWjS^Wip4pWf^ill*^-*l-&** Afe  <���-  v��wti'l*��*��*i��<M*��'*��**,  V^ S*-*'*''*-'^^  x   V*  ')   '  r ""  'W  v     f '\  i, i  ; i  ' ,i  i .     -   i /���������  '  "ATT^L  ../ .  & -  PHONE  885-3231  <4    '    * h  PageB-2    Hie Peninsula Times      Wed, Sept. 13,1978  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  _ ' Phone 885-3231  Work Wanted  ULTRA DECK  _byTrodan  Published Wednesdays by_  , The Peninsula Times  for Westpres Publications Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.      EstablishedJJ63   Deaths,    Card    of    Thanks,    In  Memoriam,      Marriage      and -  Engagement  Notices  are   $7.00  (up to 14 lines) and 60c per line  'The ultimate iitfiberglass    sundecks"  886-2953  4487-tf_  -after that. Four words per line.  Birth Notices, Cc  take regular (  1  7300 Copies Distributed  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion $2.15  Three Insertions �� $4.30  Extra Lines (4 words)  60c  Display Ad-Briefs  $3.60 per column inch  Box Numbers '... $1,00extra  Coming Events  (ossified rates.  .JOURNEYMAN   Shipwright  Wanted to Rent  COUPLE w-inf ant, small dog,  cat,' to rent & or caretake  ~(min:)<2~l)drm house, Robts  Ck to Halfmoon Bay. Min. 1  yr, prepared to lease, excel,  refs. Expld���-in���carpentryr  gardening. 885-3752 or 885-  3856. 4794-42  Mobile Homes  MOBILE HOME space, near  _Sandy_Beaeh_orLfullJot._$85  per mo. 926-1024 aft. 6, . 4264-tf  Lost  For Sale  For Sale  7412x68 Statesman, 3 bdrms.  all appliances, drapes, w-w  3 COMPLETE fishing outfits  .__Ieft_QnJ)each atJYakefield  . Inn Aug, 28.  Reward.  Ph.  collect (112) 4334682.   4746-43  carpet," immed  $12,500,886-9489.  possession.  4564-42  Pets  Legfal br Reader advertising  per agate line.  30c  Ad-Briefs must be paid for in  advance by Saturday, $ p.m.  to receive cash discount.",  Subscription Rates:  By Mail:  Local Area $7.00 yr.  Outside Local Area $8.00 yr.  U.S.A     $10.00 yr.  Overseas ytttt. . $11.00 yr.'  Senior Citizens,  Local Area $6.00  Single Copies 15c ea.  Announcements  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous  - Meeting, every Thurs., 8:30  pm,-Wilson~Creek Community  Hall. 885-2896 or 885-3394. 4816-  tf  Help Wanted  Card of Thanks  I WISH to express my sincere  thanks-and'appreciation to "  "Dr. Patkeau and Dr. Hobsons  and the nurses! and staff of St.  Mary's Hospital for their  skills and kindness during my  .- recent illness. Special, thanks __  to my dear family and friends  and sisters and brothersxof  Elphinstone No. 65 OES and of\  Sunshine Rebekah Lodge No.  82 IOOF for their cheering  visits and cards, and most of  all their loving attention now  that I am convalescing.  Mary G. Steele,,  Past Matron OES No. 65,  DDP Sunshine Rebekah  Lodge No. 82  ��� . ���   479842  WE WISH to thank all of our  friends &  neighbors  who  sent gifts & get well messages  to  Flo  on - recent  stay  in  hospital for surgery. Also all  those who kindly offered help  & assistance on -the occasion  of Ron's unfortunate accident.  With sincere-appreciation,  Ron & Flo McSavaney  485142  PART-TIME cook required.  Lord Jim's Lodge. 885-2232.  '..   " '      4760-42  COMMUNITY Health NurSe  required for Smith sub  office. Preparation and experience in Puh^c Health  preferred. Some . treatment  service involved: Apply immediately to: Director,  Athabasca Health Unit, PO  Box 1140, Athabasca, Alta.  TOG OBO. Phone 1-675-2231.   . _476M2_  AVON ~~  \       To Buy or Sell Call  x   885-2183 or 886-9166  4642-44  seeks work. Exp. in all  aspects boatbuilding; vhouse  carpentry & cabinet work.  Reliable worker, reas. rates.  For free est. & professional  job, call Allan May, 885-5765.  .        -     4578-tf  EVERGREEN    '  LANDSCAPING  T Complete landscaping service. Reg. sch. lawn & garden  care. Don't do it twice... Call  us first.  Free Estimates  885-5033  !       4986-tfn  WHA!T DO YOO EXPECT  FROM A TREE SERVICE?  -Experienced," insured work?  -Prompt, guaranteed  service?  -Fair estimates? -���  Then give us a call:  ' PEERLESS  TREE SERVICES LTD. ,  *2109-  758-tfn  WANT SMALL 2 bdrm home  on acreage in 886 exchange.  886-8003. , 480944,  RESPONSIBLE professional,  couple , seek waterfront  home tp rent yr round: Willing  to assume certain" caretaking  duties. 886-9508.-       -481944  < "    r  I" . . . . , ^     ' '        r���  Real Estate  FOR- SALE in Wilson Creek  area. New 3 bdrm 1,100 sq.  ft. House with full bsmt,  double plumbing, standing  fireplace, sundeck, carport,'  beautiful view. Asking $53,500.  By owner. Ph 885-3773; 4886-tfn  PRATT ROAD, large lot;  76'x 125'   cleared  and  in  fruit trees, $12,500.886-2155.  4364-tfn  PART-TIME cleaning help  . required for motel, Davis  68^3^885-9987.       481042  RELIABLE, woman  wanted  for   part-time ��� work!  at.  Restaurant in Davis Bay.;-885-  2911. 482142   ^   !!HELP Greenpeace Help!!  Sellers Urgently needed for  the Greenpeace 'Go Anywhere  Lottery. Make money! save  life! 2108 W. 4th Ave., Van-  * couver V6K1N6.736-0321.  483044  Personal  ALCOHOLICS   anonymous  meetings .8_i30 p.m. evei  ines 8:30 p.m. every  isday, Madeira Park  SKI AREA requires licensed  mechanic, track vehicle  operators, exp'd chef-cooks,  ^ontaettake Louise Ski'Area,  Box 5, Lake Louise, Alta. T0L  1E0. 483642  FPRJETENT:_ Wilson Creek.  Community Hall.  Contact  Bonnie Wigard at 885-9403.  3691-tfn  GARDEN BAY - te 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. 885-260.Q.,., tfn  \ X .  2\bdrm suite overlooking  oceanNon Marine Dr., Gibsons.  Suitable vfor couple & small  child. $235 per mo.  *   *   *  2 bdrm suite on Grandview  Chaster. Large LR with FP.  Kitchen includes appliances  with laundry room attached,  w-w throughout. Share carport with lower suite. Only  LOOKING FOR  TENANTS?  Let us look after the renting of  your property and be a  carefree landlord Call Chuck  Dowman or Ken Wells at 885-  3271.      *��� -_--*-  ,   Century 21  Century West  Real Estate (1978) Ltd,  ���       " ^'473140 ���'  700? x 8D��    FLAT    lot * on  Redrooffs Rd.  Close  to  Welcome Beach. 885-9347.  478543  WANTED.  Lot or lot  and'  small  cabin   at  Sakinaw  Lake. Ph. Van. 435-2805.  4764-  �� L  FOR SALE in Garden Bay -  cleared lot with driveway.  Ready for building. 883-9197  aft. 6. 478043  12x48 2 bdrm Moduline,  . $7,800 no dp; 12 x 68 3 bdrm  Gendall, $10,400, no dp. 926-  ,1024.       _ :\ A      ,4786-tfn ,  Campers and Trailers  ; '76 CUSTOM built BW, cab-  over camper." Hydr. jacks, 2  water systems, 12V ������ 110V  elec. stove &' icebox.' Exc.  cond. 885-2600. 4745-tfn  Cars and Trucks  <*���73 CAMARO 2 dr, htp, 8cyl.  Good cond. Must sell -, estate  , closure. 885-2963.    - ' ,476543  '61 ^ONTIAC   Parisienne  Custom  Sport; 2  dr htp,  bucket seats, console, ps; pb,  needs mtr work, $125. 885-9955  . aft.5. * 479944  ' '.62 PONTIAC stn. wgn, 55,000  orig. miles, $500.883-2789.  -    ���'       " " 480442'   r ^   '75. DODGE wdw van, will  take car as part pay't. 886-  [-9050.   ' _ 480844  '66 VW Beetle,.nice cond'n.  68,000 mi. $700.885-9301.  4844-42  FREE KITTENS, 885-3383.  484042  Wanted to Buy   '  (WANTED - BEAR'CLAWS).  Will paycashfor bear claws  and badger claws. For furthe.  information write F. ,Tidd,  Box 351, Sicamous, ,B.C. VOE  2V0.��� ��� ;;j.- '���>: , '.j    434943  SMALL. Electric:   cement  .mixer. 883-2666.?      474243  Sewing Machine  Repairs  -Overhaul    "^Tune-ups  - Chemical Wash  - Parts for all makes  All Work Guaranteed  21 Years Experience  Phone Steve  ,    885-2691    /  4510-tfi  SEMI-ELEC. Raven guitar &  m 70.wattamp. Excel, "cond'n.  $300,885-9764. 479344  THE MENNONITE Treasury   of RecipeSi224pages,.spiraL  wire-bound and plastic tab  indexed. Now available -by  mail at $fi.5Q pnst-paid^-No-  CODs. Write: TherMennohite  Treasury of Recipes, P.O. Bo;x,  1209, Steinbach, Manitoba,  R0A2A0. 483142  TRAPPERS -Avoid postal  strike, write now for free  catalogue on Canada's No. 1 k  snares,    lures,    trappingk  methods, since 1926,'Hotfman .  " Trapping Supplies Ltd., Box-  805, Russell, Manitoba R0J,  1W0. L_483442  For Sale  '69 DATSUN 510, 4 spd, gd  tires,  snows,, radio.  Only  $350,886-7164.' 483944  FISHER* woodbuming stove,  with the 10 year guarantee',  cari be seen jat Radio Shack, J.  &CElectronics; '-  ���48554fiL_  LADIES, Mens. Childrens,  ��� Maternity Clothing, 'New &  Nearly New?., Encore,  Boutique, 2445 Marine Dr., W.  Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon-Sat.  10-5.  ,    ,        ;.    ,    4457-tf  Fall Vacations  THEUNHASStEDWAY  Reht-A-Cdmper  Fully equipped & heated  - Fully insured  Winter rates  $70 per week  885-2600  4744-tfn  PLYWOOD   �����  canopy -w-wcF...,  import: long box,'  165-13 studded  Ures, $40,885-3949  aluminum  & vent, for  Also 2'  snow  4*fl544  SPLIT ALDER  wkends. $30  883-2536.-     ,  delivered, on  pickup :load.  4811-44  20" TABLE LOOM, best ol  883-2456. 48l  ALMOST-new-eil-heater,J75.  885-3329. ' 4803-4C/  YARD SALE Sept. 16,9-4. Top  of Park Ave., Rbts> Ck.  Tabelsaw, tools, Grundig  radio, household furnishings,  lots more. 479242  KEEP  HOT   TUBS   by.  manufacturer,.J  Cooperage. Local  Lands, 885-3818.  the   best  California  agent Ed  484544  C4N4D4  GROWING  Wednesday, Ma>  Community Hall  883-9238.  eira Part  883-9260 or  4452-tfn  3 BDRM home Redrooffs Rd.  nr   public   beach  access.  Ensuite plumbing, 4th bdrm in  basement, lrg sundk, owner  $l25"-per-mo^Ug^                            ��P?n J�� _ offe_rs.__885-  included._ Avail.-Oct.-lT-1978r-3644;���"       478141  CEN���?Y^STREAL        estate SALE - Out of town  om��Jm vendor (widow),must sell   885-327-1- -this approxr27,00Oftrshopping  Work Wanted  484642  PHOTOGRAPHS published in  The Peninsula Times can be  ordered for your own use at  The Times office.       1473-tf n  PIPING & Drumming Night  School - Elphinstone Music  Rm. Starts. Oct. 3, 25 hr.  course. Pipes - $40, Drums -  $30. .For info, call 886-7514  eves. 481244  WANTED - rugs and com- _^--  -~-fortable chairs-f or-Robts-eir^"^ ���  library. Call Donna, 885-3782.       __  ���������' ' ::-.-,,i-  "X'' '"484244     "  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  885-21?5  after 7 p.m.  ���Boxl341Sechelt   4437-tfn  1 BDRM W-F fully furn cottage, $247.50 per mo. Avail,  immed. 883-9098.        4738-tfn  1 BDRM W-F fully furn.  I cottage, $225 per mo. Avail.  'Oct. 1.883-9098. 4737-tfn-  WATERFRONT    2    bdrm  apartment, Avail. Sept. 15.7  Isles, Madeira Park, 885-3910  eves. .      477943  center. Situated on approx.  VA acres in the Powell River  area, asking $225,000 full  price, $125,000 dn. payment or  offers as tp full price plus  down payment. Phone owner  direct 277-2068. 6801-tf  TUWANEK. Lot overlooking  Lambs Bay. Serviced with  water & power. By owner. 112-  226-5019.       ..Ay:   4381-tfn  BEAUTIFUL   view,   over  ��� .e.iec. fV���1^ w-w  carpei,    ��,*��������+     OnwAr" pt    fni  '68 DODGE Dart, $1300 firm.  Might accept 50 pet trade if ���  satisfied. 886-7731.      -482342 12 FT;  Aluminum   encased  Z~T        ~~    :       r��� styrofoam floats. Ideal for  Boats and Engines making wharves. 885-5698.   :  .                             475743  26 FT. REINEEErsailboat.-3  ��,  sails,    trailer,    15    hp DOORS! B.C.'s lowest prices!  Evinrude. $9,900. 886-9984 Pre-hung  Interior , $14.90;  4967-tfn pre-hung Exterior $32; fancy   -M .  doors   $39.   Huge   stock!  30' TROLLER, 'B' licence, 5 Walker's. Phone 266-7211,1366  ton. 886-2060.            480144 S.W.  Marine Drive,  Van-   7���*  couver V6P5Z9.           477244  MAPLE   LEAF  48,  comp. -  .  equip'd    liveaboard    or v    GARDEN BAY   sailing vessel. All comforts of - MARINE SERVICES LTD.  home, incl. TV etc. Serious Sinclair Bay Rd          ^  enquiries only. 883-9391.  4805- immediate Repair Service  n                v, ,           7 days a week  -WE-LL-BUILT-^O^-diesei���^5' 6" "^w^"g���HoMffog-  cruiser,    fe-wood    con- g.^8S2SinfwL"-��;-fs��aS  struction. Teal int.  Recent fLS^&JS^  F*rcon  survey available. $32,500. 885- ("feBed ferr(M:ement)  ww.              ,           WUMt 18'Sabrecraft,140Merc.$4,900  30' CRUISER, A-l cond'n, will S15^The���M��,ass' ffift  trade for bldg materials or Evinrude  :$3,000  anything of value. 885-2853. 883-2722  485242 or nights 883-2602  ��� : ���  . 479041  22'ALUM. BOAT, log salvage  or crewboati 1% yr old, 170  HP Volvo IB-OB, 400TTTS on  motor. $12,500 or offers. .886-   9741aft. 5, or 886-2201.   482244  PEACH TREE Enterprises,,  ear   piercing   available.  Manicures    &    pedicures  available soon. 885-3813.  4824-  44_  __ ^-_  FOUR 45 gal. oil drums w-2  stands, nr new; 12 gal. hot  water heater, glass liner. 885-  2677. ' 482644  SET    MAPLE    bunkbeds,  springs, mattresses, ladder,  $35,885-3441. ' 482742  BELGIAN work horses, 12 yr  grade mare w-two mo. colt  from reg'd stud. 2 gentled  yearling fillies. Wood Farmers, Box 83, Winlaw, B.C.  VOG 2J0.226-7288. 482942  PITCH m  Help Wanted  EXPERIENCED all-round ad  and sales oriented person to  write sell and manage small  weekly in the Interior. Reply;  HOME ALTERATIONS,  general carpentry, gardening, clean-up. Hourly or  contract, 1 ton truck  available. Hourly or contract.  Bruce 885-3752., 479744  RENOVATIONS? Repairs?  The Publisher, The Tribune, Free estimate, guaranteed;  188 North 1st Ave., Williams believable rates. SmaU Jobs  Lake, B.C. V2G1Y8.   .483542    too.   Ted,   885-2?26-4807-42  I "     "  r-  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  Thi Peninsula Times Classifieds  3 lines for $2.15  Run your ad 3 times for the price of 2.  Print your ad In Iho tquarni,  word. ,  Do diro to loavo ti blank tpoci. alter aocli  Throo llnoili $2.19, Each additional llnoli 60c,      '  Tak* advantaQ* ol our ��p��clal lavlngt. '  * Run your ad twlc�� ��� th�� third tlm��li PRE*.  * II you pay lor your ad Ih* Saturday b*f or* publication you g��t n  ,     dlicount ��� 2 8c lor I lni*rtlon ��� SOc lor 3.  1 ���.���. ������ .,-.    v .      ���   ��� ���  Mall u> ypur ad, or drop It olli  In S*ch*(t at th* l����nlntulo Tlm*i Ollk*  In Olbioni al th* -Arbutui Tr*fc ������ ,  v n.i       .      ^>-^-.^--,ttiAY'-*^'Ai\'^ii^  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  Box 310 Sechett, B.C.  V0M3A0  I  I  I  rpet,  fridge,'st6ve, drapes. 886-2427.  Ava^.Oct.l.      ^    ;; 475443  DUPLEX Davis Bay. 1 blk  from school. 2 bdrms, no  appliances. Avail, immed.  $200 permo. 885-9719.   485342  MADEIRA tPARK;  1 bdrm  furn'd house, w-w carpet,  fp. 883-2258, 10-10 pm, pr 112-  632-3111, Local 501 office hrs.,  /    ; ���48JK-44.;  2 BDRM APT. Gibsotts, elec.  heat, w-w. $225 per mo. 926-  6609or9264400. ; --,    f!81544  FOR WORKINGMEN. Large  private furn'd, ^vith cooking  facilities, Roberts Creek. $J35  Inclusive. 885-3295 days, or  886-2542<toes.       *      479145  bKcheI^OR accommodation,  Wilson Ck. New, furnished,  quiet. $150.885-3949.     479644  2 BDRM wft homo, Solma  Park!. 403-3035 days, 8594040  eves. ( , 481744,  I, WHY RENT? Buy a mobile  I     home for less money per  *|wmo,��No dn-pay?t. $7000,. For-  I   app't., 928-1024. 4848-tf  CLASSIFICATION  ���  ���  :���  ���  ���  ���  u:  ������  m.  y  :~  _  r-p  ���mmf  ;:  ....  ....  ���  mm.  ���  m~  ���  (  j  ,              1  ,  ~-  ���  ���  ~  ���  ...  --  -.  ....  ~.  ���  ���r  ._...  y.  J..  .....  ���  ._.  ...  _>  ���-  '���'  '  DAVIS BAY furn'd cabin  available to Apr, 30. 2nd  house on Whittaker Rd. off  Sunshlno Coast Hwy. Apply  Sat, or 039-7052. 4MIH2  WF   BROWNING   RD.   2  bdrms, ip,furn'di $228 per  mo, 885-3902 or 112434-3777,    ���  485044  street, Gower' Pt, full  - basement,- carport, ensuite,  sundeck, many extras.  1 $53,000,886-9270.       _ T481446  INVESTMENT property, 1��.8"  acres zoned RM2 in Village  of Gibsons, $105,000. 30 pet  cashdowrt- will carry balance  at 10 pct,886-7030 or 886-7370.  ;,, ..;;���:,..;:.���.,   ',..;..���.' 484342;  LOT on Chaster Rd, 16 xl23,  :. cleared reqdy for building.  " Close to school, $500 down on';  FP $10,500.886:9984.     484742  WELL KNOWN business In  lovely Slmllkameen Valley  for sale. Motel, cafe, gas  pumps, 3 bdrnj house ori  scenic 34 acres; year round  creok. Aklng $117,000. 292-  8332.   . '482842  pmmm,���.wm ..i.i^ iiii'.n.u     '      n ��   -nn ��������������� hm^������ti.^wi.w.  65 ACRES lake frontage 'w-  accoss nearlOO Mile House,  interior B.C. Ideal recreation  or hobby ranch, $42,500. 949-  7031 or write N. PerlMrom. ���  Box 121, Pt. Hardy, B.C. VON  2P0.    , 483242  Va SHARE 25 acres riverfront,:  near, water, 2 a-trames and  cabin. $35,000. 746-6601 or  write Box 007, Duncan, B.C.  V9L3Y2. -    403742  BLACK CAT w-white flea  : collar, found in, Lower Rd  area. 886-9508. 480242  Livestock  CERTIFIED Farrier; Hans  Berger is coming to Coast.  Contact Sunshine Farm. 898-  3751. 994-tfn  Woodburn Stoves  & Fuel Ltd.  Wood    stqy.es by^.Rishor.  takewood, Sedoref Valley,  Comfort "alid ' Flndlay.  Distributoi's ( In Western  Ganada of the Kerr Scotsman  ���qnd Kerr Titan wood flrecj  boiler, Dealer^ Inquiries .|h-  Vltod, Northern Hoatliner and  ;Shqw''','"v2'erd ; Clearance,  Wood/oil furnaces, Insulated  pipe, accessories and fittings  110   Fall   Avo.,  Nor*h   Vqncouvor  987-0811  DRESS  MAKING  ,;: Xlw y  :.  EXPERIENCED  SEAMSTRESS  Call  886-7916  after 5:00 p.m.  2x4ECONO  ' Random Length  12c per ft.  2x4 ECONO  8"  79c ea.  2x4 - 61  licit.  FUEL  Presto logs 9/$2.00  40 lb. Coal $3.29   GIBSONS  ALL-NIGHTER  airtight cuts  heating costs  *1 lb wood equal 6000'btu'.  *all heavy steel construction  *burns 10-14 hrs^on 1  load  *fire brick lined "  *hot .water coils rt or left  hand on request  'large cooking surface  ���custom    built   . to    suit  hou se *smal irW^wood" "  ���medium: i4" Wood-  GIBSONS  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  886-8141  Reflections  ��>-v  Prisoner of war  By Vern Giesbrecht  Doug Collins, the Vancouver Sun  columnists who'delights in raising people's  hackles with his admittedly racist and  controversial opinions, has been getting  under people's skin for a lojng tlmo, long  before he become a journalist.  Commanders of prison camps scattered over half of Europe <}ould attest to  that, If they wore still Hying. Collins, a  brash 20-yoar-old lnf��ntryman from  Bournemouth^ England^ when ho was  something was wrong, It wos. Tho sky was  filled with dog. A huge German shepherd  stared down at mo, teeth a few inches from <  my face and a baleful look ln Its yellow  eyes. Tho animal set up a furious barking  and a man approached, shotgun slung in  the crook of his arm."  Writing years after the events occurred, Collins vitalizes his story with  plenty of dialogue that ho claims (In an  afterword) was reconstructed accurately,  noted, tunnels dug, extr? food and clothing  collected, contacts with the "outside"  arranged. Others were hasty affairs,  made Just before an expected transfer to a  prison camp with stricter security was to  take place. , -,/'  Collins' knowledge of German saved  him oil many occaslonsbut his luck never ,  held. A farmer would become suspicious  or a policeman, wouldn't swallow his story  and he'd be surrounded by guns again, on  tho banks of the Danube, perhaps, or  within sight of the Baltic Sea hnd a  passage to safety In Turkey.  During his wanderings across Europe,  Collins alternated between starving and  feasting, between being kicked and beaten  and living it up os a phony air force  HpftffiafDl^  living it U|  SnanCHtn  Business Opportunities  BETAIL STORE, gross sales  over- |Vi  million/? * jelling*  TVs, stereos, records, hobby  crafts, electronics & repairs.  ��2"!  "/Mwitwrr.  Addrnii  60*  60��  W  1 BDRM..: housesJwnffdalO,  near  ferry,  vlow.  Sept.-  June. No pets, $170, 0B0-21B4  eves. 4818*44  LOWER GIBSONS, 3 bdrms  view, duplex, quiet st, near  M" facilities;��S200rSpaclous  lowerjfurn'a -2 ~bdrmHHK9r  Chris-686-2277, 4B4W4  MODERN 2 bdrm suite, f|  k"-':  twtflrrtnrtiywi flWi"  ^mmmw ^mmmmmmm^mwmm,mmmm.mw    0*  I  I  I  , fp, W*  ! titii,  In bpautiful Campbell Rlvor  "*"6n" Vancouver Ipland. Hns  major electronics & stereo  franchise/ major   hobby  franchise, All namo brands,  sold exclusive for Campfy)U;  River,'Largest & biislosc store  of Its typo. Ownor has nc-  rceptod excellent:offersfromr  industry, anxious to sell.  Write P.O. Box 325, Gumboil  River, B.C. VOW SB1,   4833-44  the ^annoying habit of escaping from  virtually, every prisoner of war camp ho  was thrown into. He was always caught,  too, once after only four hours of freedom,  anothor time at the brink of safety ot tho  Black Spa, but these setbacks and tho  subsequent two weeks In filthy isolation  coOb k, 4Wt Jktm v Mnw ftom,, making  another ef tort, He carped his reputation aij  a tenacious bulldog the hard way. '  1 discovered Collins' account of his  escapes by chanco in tho Gibsons Library,  His book P.O.W., published a decade ago,  is an exceptional ono, easily as good ns tho  moro renowned Pnplllpn and reminiscent  the contort of the war that was raging   dwarfs, wnlked alone in Transylvanio,  across Europe...    His first escape, in the "the legendary haunt of .Drncula and^ tho  "company of a near-sighted older man, was  from the Glelwltz Camp In Germany  ended inglorlously a fow hours later with  the pair being clothed ln remnants, tied,  together and shipped to another prison,  iwmcd Stalag V1U B. Ho sawed through  the bars ^of.his cell jn, tliat camp and  escaped with two Welshman, WWJ. cap?  turcd, escaped again and made it through  Slovakia and Into Hungary before Collins'  Injured leg betrayed them,  , And so it woht for 4V< ycafs, escape and  capture, 10. escape^ In ,oll, Sometimes  In some ways of <AWot ihy favorite war   Collins and Lancaster would stroll blithely  havo been at homo in a "Hogan's Heroes"  werewolves" and rode back to prison after  his tenth capture trussed to a railway  liandcar. ���  On.Aug. 24,1044, tho day after Collins  received a lust-minute reprlevo from a  firing squad after, art abortive escape  attempt, freedom came at last ��� unexpectedly., Romania had thrown its lot in  with the Allies,  Back home In Bournemouth, Collins  felt no elation. After all he lind been  through, "normal" life seemed unreal,  "Something waa-mlsslng, jmd-whaLvyaa,  mliteing was tho camp and the clinllongo of  VINVLDECK    Installations  ,jj^^^^ij^-^^i^>^^w^fw--  "fflOaKs.  Ukfa Ws personality, Collins' writing   episode, but other escapes were much  ���style Is direct and forceful, There are few   more difficult to engineer,' like  the  wasted wordsv/;,  v,,   ;'      ,-.������.'. broalcout from!Silos,Castle, a towering  On tho run in Czechoslovakia after his , fortress with walls bofween 30 and 00 feet  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  ��  -o��Hi*-t    j-, aMr^o-  , *-tnnmt*ioi*ft, j***, tit iW^HMniS-wW e��  looking back on the events ho  describes In the book, Collins says what  kept him going was "hatred and the desire  to got back Into tho fight, overdrnmatlc  and out of date though It may,now  sound. 17?f The Mao view of Germany at  contiuorcd Poland and, Ciechoslovnklh,  "and the lator death camp disclosures,  provido cause and remove tjhe need lor  Justification,"  \  , i  .���^we^wB^^wsw-^s^  -****�� f ���      ^|,jp  ���3Wj*WliN*IWS'iTi^^t��^^-*i'fert*-^  l"t  t f   ��. --���^t  ��� /  Jr.  .     1  \    r  X: -  m -iAj-J    *1]   -V-  Realistic insurance coverage  -Has. your insurance  protection keplpace with the  value-of the home you are  insuring?  Increased values, of real  properly in recent years may  have" left your insurance���  coverage;quite inadequate to  fulfill the  purpose  of  the  protection. When did you last  check to make certain that if  you experienced a fire your  insurance - would ��j>ver the^-  building  and  contents?  Or  have you acquired new fur-,  niture   or  expensive   appliances that were not-covered  by insurance already existing'  on your home?  Periodically check to make  sure that your insurance  protection is keeping pace  with rising costs and  acquisitions, and keep an inventory of the prices paid for  new equipment, or current  values of treasured antiques.'  Your     neighbourhood  member of the Real Estate  Board can provide you with a  handy HOUSEHOLD IN,  VENTORV and Personal  Record pamphlet designed to  keep all important household  information at the ready, or  youcangetyourcopy at the  Board offices for fifty cents  plus tax.  Home  purchase  assistance  This program makes funds"  available to buyers of new or  older homes, provided the cost  of the hornets Within Specified  price limits, The assistance  can be in the form of a $1,000  grant on new homes or a $5,000  second mortgage loan on new  or older homes. To be eligible  the house had to be bought on  ..; or after June 30, 1976. The  previous Home Acquisition  Act was in effect until;  November 30,1976.  The, ,$1,000 grant is  available only for the pur-,  chase of a new home; i.e.  where the applicant Is ttie firisi  occupant of the house. If'  anyone has occupied any part  of the house, it cannot qualify  as a now home.  The second mortgage loan  ' Is available for the purchase  of a new or'older home that ls  a single-family dwelling, or a  property that Is subdivided  under the Strate Titles Act, or  a mobile home that, is owned  by Uie applicant, and is affixed to tlio applicant's land.,;  The mobllo home may bo  located in a mobile park.  ���The cost, of the mobile  homo must still fall within the  ..designated price limits. In this  case, "cost" is determined by  totalling tho following:  1) The cost of the land  il) Tho purchase price of tho  mobile homo less tho cost of  furniture and appliances,  ill) Tho cost of any improvements to the land.  The iribblle homefmust lie'  subject to 'assessment  for  property tax purposes,  If there Is a chattel mortgage or conditional sales  contract registered against  the mobile liomo, the second  mortgage cannot exceed tho  difference between the value  of the mobile home Itself *  (without value of land and  cost of affixing) and tho .  amount registered against it,  H.B. GORDON AGENCIES ltd.  Cowrie St. 885-2013 Sechelt  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT  1528 sq ft of luxurious comfort in this easy care two bdrm non-  basement home on naturally landscaped waterfront acreagev-  . Some outstanding features are double windows, sauna, Jenn-alr  range and others. IT HAS TO BE SEEN. Guest house and  workshop also on this sweeping view property. FP $89,000.'  ��� Please phone Lynn Wilson for details. 685-5755.  W. SECHELT WATERFRONT  Watch the boats go by from this prime waterfront property. The  four year old 2 bdrm home has everything you want including a  third bedroom and a third bathroom In the full basement. Oil  arid electric heat, garage. Exclusive with Lynn Wilson, phone  685-5755 for appointments.    -  WEST SECHELT  , Stucco two bdrm farnily home on 1/3 acre. The ground level  basement has two more bdrms and lots of space for a living  room? or. what have you. Very realistically priced^af $39,500.  John Wilson, 885-9365. l  - "  -RaBERT&CREEKr��ACREST  t29>500-  PHONE ANYTIME ON THE RED* WHITE SIGN  , LYNN, 885-5755 JOHN, 885*9365  ���"TmENTlON:  Future Home Owners  Having, trouble finding a home just right  for you?  Consider this:  TEMPO PRODUCTS  Is now offering a complete home  planning  and building service.  Some Foaturos in your now homo would Include!  -1200 sq. ft,, 2 or 3 bdrm, full basement  ���Floor plan of your cholco  ���Brick fireplace and chimney  '..'���'.' -Thermal Pan* window*  -Roady for occupancy In 2 short months        <  And many other attractive' foaturos.  A quality home at an affordable price  Further Inquiries Plea��e call  GREG LEMKY at 886-2706  Pender Harbour ReaHy Ltd  HIWAY 101 AT FRANCIS PENINSULA RD,  GARDEN BAY ��� Almost new two bdrm homo wllh 2 extrb  bdrms and bathroom In high grade level basement, Somo  finishing required, Free dock n^oorage, FP $60,000  ���I1  ���iiiiJ.tLj.mm.mm,m,mmmm+mmm.,~n.rm,������-,l ,.,,.,, .,._, ,,,    ��� .....^  ONE ACRE LOTS ���vOn Francis peninsula. Privacy  ���  plus value In thU most desirable area,, Mf' 2Jeft so don't  delay $15,000 each. <      ���   ~, , , , ,.!__   BOATERS -��� Older type, 5 bdrm home wllh deep moorago  in Ponder Harbour. FP $33,000,  .' . ~~K mm,���-_���, ;���,,- u,   ,.',.���  EXCELLENT , building lol, Front Roqd, Madeira Park. Fully  sorvlcod, $10,500, .  HWpwfi^^enia**-^--^'�� ^^#"!t+jf*M����^w-i*j-i^i-i*-#i^W!['-^>wi'��*'p  SSiffW.TWiWWWR'fflWlWMiWJII  Pllch-lnTA  ���:.r"HWH��*X'��-HW^' .  <u:  MU/K Columbia  DttwIlM  BARGAIN HARBOUR LOT ��� And a real bargain, ll Is  wllh clean boach, Iroo moorago, clams ft oystors |u*t stops  away. Prlco |ust $12,009.  1    _______ _,��������� ������ 1  SECRET COVE AREA ��� 10,6 ocres with 400jWch,  walor ft power available, road In. F.P, $125,000,  . WATERFRONT, LOT ^ Deep and protected moorage���'.  In  Egmont, Has trailer bad,  seniles,  water and  power .7  $35,000.      ��� ��� 1 1  7 ACRES ��� on Highway 101 close to Madeira Park.  Partly cleared and on a westerly slope. Asking $33,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA - Extra large (650' deep)  "wwiww*!  *���^ %W41?--i>.wi14.i  iW����l^,p(��J^f.lfet,!l%.%(J  PHONE883-27W  JOHN BREEN [ JOCK HERMON  883-9978 883-2745  Wednesday, Sept. 13,1978 The Peninsula Times  -m- 1-  BOX100  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  883-2233  ^   i y  %  Old Sladey  % REALTY  LTD.  TOLL FREE FROM  VANCOUVER:  689-7623  1-     ��'V ,,.  Member of Multiple Listing Service.  r  ,     *��*���  '\ ���       l*~. -\  HOMES  ��� i  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� Luxurious 3     .MADEIRA PARK���nice 2 BR home with -  BR cedar home, built 1975. View and        fireplace,   full   basement.   Close   to  many extras. $105,000. stores etc. $42,500.  SILVER SANDS ��� ).B�� acres, Gulf  .view, 10 x 501"furnished mobile home,  small cabin. $45,000.  SILVER SANDS ��� 1 6�� acres. Gulf  view, furnished 12 x 60 mobile home.  Adjoins above properly. $45,000.  EARLS COVE ��� furnished 12 x 44"  Skyline Mobile Home on semi-  waterfront lot. $20,00O____   GULFVIEW ROAD  -=_Madeira -Park, ���' "  fantastic view from this new home - 3 MADEIRA PARK ��� one BR concrete  new  appliances,   fireplace.   $95,000. block cot,a9e- ''replace. $23,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� Interesting 4 BR  view home, architect- designed. 5  major appliances. $77,000.     - _  LOW PRICED HOMES ��� IMMEDIATE POSSESSION  MADEIRA frARR ��� 3 BR home, near  new. Now reduced to $33.00QA  FRANCIS   PENINSULA   ~   2   BR,  panabode, foil baseiqenf, large lot.  $36300. .  ' ,  GARDEN BAY ��� 1176 sq ft 2 BR view  , home���ful} .basement.- sundeck. Built  1975. $56,000.  FRANCIS PENI^ULA ��� 12 x 44  Glendale'moblle home with 430 sq 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.  ?LILUES (PAQ) LAKE ��� 3 BR hoineon.  5�� acres. Fruit trees, garden. View'  over lake. $77,500.  GARDEN BAY ��� 1�� acre view lot,  with 22 x 56 Sofeway double wide - 4  appliances, large sundeck, concrete  foundation. $62,500.  CLAYDON ROAD, GARDEN BAY ��� 3"  BR view home, full basement, built  1975, Close to marina. $88,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 1596 sq ft 5 BR  home   with   3   bathrooms,   partially  finished rec room. hotrwotet heating,-5-  appliances. Built 1976. $84,000.  fwi  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  LOTS  I  LAKEFRONT PROPERTIES  ISLANDVIN BLIND BAV .��� lovely olfc  ocres treed island. $60,000.  11.6 ACRE ISLAND ��� 3 BR furnished  panabode, float. Water ft hydro.  $165,000.  GERRANS BAY J~  1. 100�� ft W/F, driveway in, serviced.   /  $28,000. ^4}  2. 78 ft. W/F lot, septic tonk & 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 db  dc '  3.,y0'   bluff   waterfront,   v/f&w   over  Bar  4.  220+ ^ft^Jowbank/ sheltered  waterfro>tT7l724ti:ee^SCTes. $48,000.  BROOKS   COVE   ~   194'- waterfront,  -  access by trail (10001 fr.om parking); -  WESTMERE    BAY  '. wat9rfronl on  4.8 troed acres,  Nice'  beach and rocky point. Water access  only. $47,500,-  NELSON, ISLAND ��� 40 acres, 1500' on  Westmere Bay, 225�� on West Lake. 3  BR home, 2 cottages, road to lake,  floats: Water access. $160,000,  septic |h, hydro ft waterT$25,000,  Acreage  1,400��    ft       NARROWS INLET ��� secluded acreage  SAKINAW LAKE -v 1300d: ft lakefront,        v]  24i acres, 4 BR furnished panabode,  float. $105,000. ,  " RUBY LAKE ��� 5�� treed acres, close to  public lake access. $19,800.  SAKINAW LAKE ��� 375�� ft choice  low bank lakefront. 6.65 acres,  road access. $54,000.  RUBY LAKE ��� 95 �� acres excellent  land with 400�� ft lakefront and  2600�� ft on lagoon. $100,000.  A.     A. CARTERS LANDING ~ Sakinaw Lake.  D.L. 3258 ��� between Sakinaw & Ruby       24.8�� acres, 1350��_ftjflkefrontrroad-  lakes.   1500��  ft  on   Sakinaw Lake       .occo89T-hotisyi5-eeT<r$l35,000.  creekTTIariowell Rd ends at property.  trood, low bank, 5 to 14 acro parcels.  Wator accoss. $24,500 to $39,500.  ST. VINCENT BAY ��� 350�� ft waterfront,   6.5   acres.   Water   access,  $25,500,  EARLS COVE ��� 5.57 acres, 450i ft'  Sheltered waterfront adjoining ferry  terminal. $125,000.  $115,000,  RUBY LAKE ��� 400�� ft lakefrontage,  5-i- ^eed acres, road access. $49,5o6.  NORTH LAKE ��� 2, BR home, needs  some finishing, lako view, road access.  Prov.'leqie lot, $21,000.  I  LOTS AND ACREAGE  | WATERFRONT HOMES  LOTS  f, MADEIRA PARK'-- sorvlcod lots.  $8,000.$22,OQO."  V 2.iFRANCIS PENINSULA - serviced lots.  $9,000-$24,000.  H. GARDEN BAY AREA ��� view lots,  $12,Vb0.$21,250.      ��      '",  4. SANDY   HOOK   -r   view   lot  Porpalse Drive, $10,500.  5, PENDER LAKE, PROPERTIES ���  Sinclair Bay Road, Sorvlcod lots1, most  with view, three with lakofront, Priced  from $10,000 to $?7,500.  sever) lots,  water, ori  Ponlnsula.  1.5 acros,  on  6. MOBILE HOME LOTS ~  servlcad with' hydro &,  Cochrane Road, Francis  $l|,000-$ 12,750,  7. BARGAIN HARBOUR ~  treed, serviced. $25,000,  8,. DAVIS BAY ��� Treed vlow lot on  Groor Road, $16,500.  .;."...''���;.���.: ";".'-"<."���,.-;  9. SELMA PARK ��� lot with beautiful  vlow, closo to booch. $22,000.  10. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 9 nlco  building lots at corner-of tochrano and  Cameron Roads. $ 11,000-$ 13,000,  11. FRANCIS PENINSULA ROAD ~  servlced lot, low pr|co, $0,000,  ACREAGE  FRANCIS PENINSULA���2 BR home, full  basement, 6 appliances, fireplace, 133'  watorfront, ramp & float. $81,000.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 5 BR; homo,  full basement, 1997 iq ft on main floor,  Built 1976. Separate 700 sq ft  workshop, On )22jfc choice waterfront  lot with ramp & float. $100,000.  view lot, lovel, $33,000.  2, NEAR RUBY LAKE ��� 0,39 acros on  Hwy 101, $25,000,  3, MIDDLEPOINT ��� 18.9 ocros, 2hlR  cottago, creek, $40,000. v  4t KLEINDALE ��� 3��  acros on Hwy  10), $21,000,  ,J,.NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��~-l5 atresr  2150�� ft on Hwy 101, $44,000,  6, KLEINDALE ~   23,7  acros,  some  merchantable tlmbor. Lots of trees for  building a log house. $50,000,  7,VFRANCIS   PENINSULA  -   l.fldb  ocrei, corner of Warnock ft  Francis  Peninsula Roads. $17,300.  I  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY  i  EGMONT ��� 4 BR ^home, partial  basement, ��sundeck, - on 3.3 wrw,  270 �� ft cholco waterfrant, $95,000,  HOSPITAL BAY - 2 BR homo on 50��  beach Jot. 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DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  *  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233  3  :-J  ./  ,   a   ���  ., ,\  ��-j��MMI^-Bran-*'ft*iW ^w ��i  SW^f-jJ'      V.      ��tt**+ll!4te��H  r*W   Jt ***)*<p***t^-l  \  V I  I I J    '-x  V \  '��� -V  ; lk  ������ . .  i  PageB-4  ~WednesdayrSeptrl3rlff78  JASPER, Canada's SafetyBear  The reaF estate profession  --The-striicture ofthe-real���which -require-basie- study  courses and-examinations  ^iisir^  _ i  >  ^  estate industry in British  Columbia is formulated for  your security and satisfaction.  The Real Estate Act is  explicit in its protections to  the public and is administered   byJ-Jhe-rSuperintendent- of  Insurance on behalf .of the'  Minister of Consumer--and  Corporate Affairs.   Tfio_slTpe6ple_in_the"rear  ��� - estate   industry   must   be  qualified to_ hold one of two  , available   licenses   ���   a  ��� salesmanls license  or an  ��� agent's license . .. both of  through    the;V  of \  British->  conducted ,  University  Columbia; >.  Underthe Act, all newly1..  Jicensed people. ar_e_required^;  to update .their practical and'  academic knowledge, aru| the ;,  eleven British Columbia Real  -Estate^Boards-accept���as���a-  serious trust the education of  their members so  public -  satisfaction   of   real   estate >  service will remain as high as  possible.  In crossing the road be careful each day,  __IoJoQk_eyj3tyJNay.. it s safer that way  The loss of investment  money in Canada  Canadian investment  money has been moving in  increasing amounts to the  United States. A part of the  reason is that the United  States is., considered ��� at  present ��� a better place to do  business because of lower  taxespiower- labor costs,-  -higher productivity and less  government intervention.  Loss of investment money  in Canada is not just a  problem in the board rooms of  Jess jobs come on stream, and  as school graduates join, the  work force, there is no work  for them. Less expansion in  industry means less of the  industrial and commercial tax  base that has supplied- the  major source of revenue for  "government funding" ��� and  extra tax dollars must then be-  gleaned from the ordinary  citizen.  Less   productivity   and  higher labor" costs means we  George Townsend 885-3345  Doug Joyce 885-2761  Bob Bull 885-2503  Frank Lewis  Jack Anderson  Stan Anderson  886-9997  885-2053  885-2385  Seaside Plaza  886-2000  ���-%  --the-nation ��� it is a problem^ can't - 6ompete^4n- world  for every last citizen of the   markets. It's time for every  -country. __  It means  pansion  in  little 06 no ex-  industry  ���  so  taxpayer to worry because  loss of Canadian investment is  a personal loss to everyone.  Goverment mortgage  The B.C. Government has  raise the ceiling on second  mortgages, allowing them.to  be used for "higher priced  housing than before.  Because the -previous  ceiling.was tied to the federal  Assisted Home Ownership  Programme, the application  for the B.C. second mortgage  -was-limited to a- home-priced-  up to forty seven thousand  dollars. "'    ��-   ���  Housing Minister ��� Hugh  Curtis announced that the  mortgages under the Home  Purchase Assistance' Act  _couldJje.applied,Jnihe=Lo_wer^  Mainland to homes valued up  to fifty six thousand dollars ���-  a more realistic range than  the previous ceiling.  The new limits will vary in  different sections of the  province, but in most areas, of  the Lower Mainland where  housing is usually higher  priced the fifty six thousand  dollar limit is now applicable.  -: ���Home-acquisition-grahtsr  however, will still be tied to  the AHOP ceiling of forty  seven thousand as it is a non-  fepayable-subsidy,-butsecond  mortgage loans will be given  on Tiigher priced properties.  Energy conservation  Energy conservation must  become- a-way-oHife-foraH-  Canadians because it is the  -only way to ensure_��pergy  development costs, reduce  need for imported oils ... and  perhaps the most important  and- obvious individual*  benefit; .'"..saving-money.1   Experts   say  ���Canadians reduce  Zoning  Many citizens are unaware  of the zoning by-laWs  governing their neighbourhoods.  An RS district, for  example, means single-family  dwellings only; RM refers to a  multiple-family area;RT2  stands for duplex-zoned.  Variatios, of course, exist  within each municipality.  Lower Mainland civic  officials! are taking an increasingly firm stand' in  tightening up and enforcing  zoning regulations.    '  To maintain or to draw  rent from an illegal sulto or a  house leased to more than one  family ln a single-family jsonc,  Is to risk prosecution by law  nnd the ensuing financial  penalties,  Wo urge you to chock up  personally before buying a  house with one or moro suites  which you think have revenue *  possibilities ��� even though It  lias been used ns such In,the  past; nnd don't add n self*  contained suite to your attic or  basement without contacting  your local zoning authorities,  that if  heat loss  from homes, cut down on car  engine horse power and take  other fairly simple steps to  conserve energy, they can  ' save the equivalent of the  output of four one hundred  twenty five thousand barrel-a-  day tar sand plants of the size  now. being built in Alberta, as  ���wellassignificant amounts of  natural gas, electricity and  coal.  Home Insulation is one of  the best ways to reduce home  heat loss, and a wealth of  information is now available  to home owners. For conservation information, write  to Energy, Mines and  Resources Canada, P.O. Box  3500, Ottawa, Ontario.  RENTING  Executive House  Apartments  ilr Overlooking Gibsons Harbour  * 37 Deluxe 1 & 2 Bdrm Suites  Featuring:  Controlled Front Entrance  Colored Appliances  Cable Vision  Panoramic View   j  _IN-THE_V|LLAGE:_3_bedroom-exec-home,-  16'50 sq ft all on one level. Features large  kitchen vyith  eating  area.  Formal  dining  roomr-living   room,   den   with   bathroom"  adjoining on a 5' crawlspoce. Lot is com-'  pletely landscaped & ready to enjoy. This is  a medallion   home  with  built-in  vacuum  cleaning system. Reduced $3,000 for immediate sale at $53,500.  ROBERTS CREE* ACREAGE: 2_bdrm  attractive home on almost 2 acres  level Hiway frontage, easy access.  Good large shop with HD wiring for  'bench tools. Home completely  _remgdelled. Shake roof," rancher  alum siding. Several outbldgs.  Secluded landscaped property. FP  $69,500.  REALTY LTD.  885-3211  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  . Post Office Box 1219, Sechelt  Vancouver Toll Free: 684-8016  WEST SECHELT: 9.5 acres of good farm land.  Has new 4 bdrm ranch style home. 2 ponds  supplied by spring water with approx 4  acres cleared, balance has some timber. All  services pn paved rd.' 2 miles from Sechelt  "centre. This property has many potential  uses.  SECHELT VILLAGE-^3 bdrm modular  home, 864 sq ft. Near new on clear  garden lot. Walk to shops. Price  includes stove and fridge, washer  and_dj.yer, drapes.JAust be sold. FP  $33,900. ' .     '  SECHELT -VILLAGE - Brand new 2  bdrm custom-built basement home.  Sunny brighj kitchen. Extra insulation  in the ceiling, twin seal,windows and  hea,tilator fireplace. FP $56,500.  VIEW HOME, DAVIS BAY: 3  bedrooms,-large living room and a  fantastic landscaping "|ob. Garage in  part basement. Lot is 60 x -150,  blacktop driveway, 1 block to level  beach. Asking $48,900u������������"  GIBSONS: Attractive two 'bedroom  home with part basement on large  sewered lot 98x148'. Magnificent  view property. Cozy living room with  brick fireplace and w/w. Modern  kitchen with w/w, new cabinets &  view windows in eating area. Smart  vanity bathroom. Auto oil heating.  Excellent buy at fP $36/500.  "I  [-HIGHWAY-1 OV-SOLNIKf One" acre"  with two bedroom house, Gently  sloping land in grass with creek at  Jane siderShed-at-rear could be used  for horse barn. Under proposed  bylaVv No. 96.27 it would allow home  industry. $39,900.-^ -  BEAUTIFUL'DAVIS BAY: Immaculate  3 bedroom home \p. this most  desirable area. Features are.:  ensuite,., .acorn, fireplace, ..ele^ric  forced air heating-"and a most attractive view!  FP $55,000.  ROBERTS CREEK, 3 BEDROOM - Immaculate 3 bedroom ground level.  :hdme3��frdnZ807xZl"40'rc1eared-|ot7  Some nice cedars on the property.  Home has a brick fireplace & is  heated with automatic oil. All wall to  wall carpets throughout. Crawl space  foundation. FP $44,900. ~\  DAVIS BAY: 1700 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 prop~erfy.~A"reai family-home.  $65,000 FP.  Extra-Soundproof Suites  Drapes  W/W Carpets  Rents from $230.00  _ ��� Jnquire-at���������  886-2465  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.  SELMA PARK: Fantastic view! Near  new family home on large treed  garden property. Large living room,  separate dining room. Rec room is'  finished plus extra bedroom ground  level. 12x26' sundeck. Double  carport. Landscaped, rock wall,  shrubs & shade trees. Excellent  value. FP $57,500. Price is firm.  SECHELT VILLAGE: Ideal location  close to boat launch. 1096 sq ft with  .fireplace, plus patio & workshop.  Large treed lot. FP $43,500. Terms!  -'-'���- ���l'--,.��~j��r!��&VmX**&tt%vi^��K. *   ���yy"       ': ���'������������ X'::'���'���!���' ;'p-"'.'.p  .sefe*    ���      :.'-yy.:.i ::���������:���,.  SECHELT: New 3 bedroom home with  view, a bright kitch'en and large  utility room and on a large lot. Ensuite off master bedroom.. Shake  roof. Reduced to $38,900.  CREEK:'. Charming one  on 1.4 acres of  I ly=t7eed:pFoper fy?Wjpprd>c=1-  acre cleared with barn and corral. FP  $37,000.  ROBERTS  lrfbedroom  cottage  ��l>eaut i f u I Iy=t7eed:j  LEVEL BEACHFRONT: Retirement  investment. Close to Sechelt Village.  2 bdrm home, plus guest cottage.  Home in excellent condition, has  heatilator fireplace, kitchen, living  room & dining room facing the beach.  Large cement patio for outdoor  living. Cement breakwater, large  laundry & storage. ^Workshop &  storage bldg. Property has 8J'  frontage, clean pebbieTBeacK 650' in  Vfgth, 120' at rear. Can be subdivided. $.92:500 FP.   ":-'-'   M--  -,"-       *,+&���*'  -315*  FLORON  AGENCIES LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance  Box 238, 1589 Marine Drlvo, Gibsons  886-2248  y.' \ i *' ��   *  \ ' V  MfeV^��  <MiuyiiWf***��i  ATTENTION!  Retlro on tho beautiful  coast of Pondor Harbour. We havo 6 Mobllo  Horrte Sites'Mt,  Single Wldes  or Double Wldes  Located at Garden Bay  100% Bank Terms OPFC  call collect  Ed Zack, 591-5105  HOMES  IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO OWN A PARKLIKE ACRE 'with a lovely, roomy 3 bdrm horn* with 2,  bathroom*, on^ entulte, a large living room with f/p and vaulted two Moray beamed  colling, a dining room opening to lovely gardens and terrace, a kitchen full ol bullt-lns to  match; alio a view of Georgia Strait from moil room*, Located on tipper side of Lower  Robert* Croek Road. Clo��o to ichoolt and PO. Call ui to Inspect ��� only $75,900, Drlvo by ���  then call u�� for an appolntmont fo vlow. ''  CENTRALLY LOCATED IN GIBSONS ��� oxcollont vlow, landscaped |o��, 2 bdrrrj homo w)t.lv  "welldesigned kltcheiTr/pinli'lcely nnliKed'lvgTm,'l"/^'basement'with'llnliKe^'Vboin and"  utility. Asking $49,900.  DAVIS DAY ��� only ono block from boach with flood view, Immaculate 2 lovol homo with 2  sols of plumbing, 2 kitchens, 2 f/ps, hardwood floors, patio and lovely garden, Some furniture In lower suite, Call for appointment to view, priced af $64,900,    .  LOWER GIBSONS���-close to beach, storos and PO. Attractive 3 bdrm Nome on oxtra large  lot with good.vegetable garden, Home Is conveniently designed with largo Ivg rm with f/p,1  dining area and well designed kitchen, Basement is flnlshod wltlji roc room, utility,  workshop and spare room. $62,000,  IOTS  which could bo con-  LEVEL LOT IN DAY AREA ��� has a largo workshop with cement floor  vortad or used as l��," Asking $18,000,  TWO LOTS 72 x 105 ��� no rock, oasy to build on, all services, septic approvod and beach  accoss, $1,S00 down, balanco at 1139 per month at 10%. Terrific Investment. Locatod on  Lower Cheryl Ann Park towards the beach,  SEMI-WFT ��� easy boach access, 1/4 acros with vlow, $ 16,300, Buy now ��� this Is Investment  quality property.  tHftEfetOTs; RdSXWUNiWAfl ~ cleared,' raadytbbulldon.lC>nly$1(i;500each;  HALF-ACRE ON LOWER ROAD ��� some timber, creek ot side, asking $16,500. Can be hod  with half-cash, Move fast on this one.  NICE sefclUDED LOT ��� on side road In Roberts Creek, close to store, schools, etc. Reduced  to $10,000. Trailer site? *  LEVEL CLEARED LOT ��� In Olbsons Village on sewer and water. 63 x 182'  obtainable wllh  Evenings colli John Black. 886-7316    Ron McSavaney, 885-3339  CREEKSIDE HOME: on 6/10 acre with  parklike settin'g, towering-'tree*- &  spacious, easy to maintain level  lawns. One year xnew expansive  home has two 'large bedrooms.  Separate entrance hall leads to. a  large livjngf?oom-with'fireploce that  -inVltes"grac|ous entertaining. A 23' x  28' attached garage; Could be converted to an extra bed roo rn & family,  'room.' An "added plus Is a 440'  workshop with 3 pee plumbing, Close  to the best sandy Beach in area, FP  $68,500, ,    :'  WEST SECHELT: 900 isq ft  2 bdrm  homo on a lot that ���* 62x205'. Needs  some minor repairs and landscaping.  Priced   to   sell   Immediately' qt  $33,900,  '�����... ���'���',,  BAYVIEW EXECUTIVE HOME: Sltuatod on a 1,25 �� acrolot.Tbls now  large 3 bedroom homo has 1700 sqft oh the main floor and 1300 sq  ft on the lower level. Features Include shake'roof, expensive  carpets, two fireplaces on the main floor, solid oak cupboards,  bearps and high ceilings In living area, forced air hoqtingl' 3 p<;o  onsulto,- redwood dbl pane windows, large dock plus a fantastic  View of Sargeant's Bayi Priced ot $89,500,  ROBERTS CREEK: A fine building lot 72 x 105' close to beach occobs,  Property Is sloping to tho sou'lh, Paved road, Asking $15,000,  REbROOFFS AREA: Wlldwood Rd., 125 x 200' lovol lot, vory oasy to  '  build on,  Boautilul ovorgroons, Prlcod  lor  Immodiato salo  at  $11,000,  ,  SECHELT VILLAGE: Pebble Crescent. Large city lot cleared, ready lor  building. Prlcod at $13,000,  SARGEANTS BAY: 1 acro watorlront lot, fully serviced, Beautifully  trood with arbutus and ovorgroons, Panoramic southorly vlow,  Many excollont building sltos. Well known fishing spot, FP $30,000,  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 8 good privacy. FP $99^500.  WEST SECHELT: New 4 bedroom with  finished basement in area of new  homes. Features include large kitchen & nook, fireplace, bosfement  fluejor s,tove,-finished rec pom in  basement, carport,' sundeck;. and a  level easyto landscape yarq. Priced  right ot $53,900,       :,  WATERFRONT BROWNING ROAD:  One of a kind ������ 75' pebble beach  pnd a level lot! Quiet area awdy from  the highway in a secluded location, 3  bedroom home with flreplaco, 2  bathrooms, cprporl,, large dining  rpqm 8 living room, Everything you  rieed for retirement living, summor  or pormanont homo. 1400 sq ft offered at a roducod prlco of $85,900,  WEST SECHELT: 1/2 acre treed view lot In a quiet residential subdivision off Mason Rd. This will be tho finest residential area on tho  coast, Tho lot has all facilities Including sower. Lots of topsoll, FP  $15,500.  FRANCIS AVENU^; Rodrooffs ��� 2 bedroorn cottago on 1,54 acros of  land with fruit troos and a good garden, Almost 1/2 cloarod, Cpt-  (age Is very coiy with heatllatorflreplace and a tarport. FP $47,500,  SECHELTVILLAGE LOT: Already cloarod, ready to build, Sloping lot  wllh possible vlow. Close to shopping, schools, Asking $ 13,000.  ACREAGE: West Socholt ��� 21 acros of predominantly lovol land. Hall  is cloarod, foncod, dralnod and In pasture, Remainder Is woodod,  Year round creok traverses proporty, No buildings. FP $55,000,  REbROOFFS AREA: Approx one trood acro, 99' on Rodroolfs Rd.  Closo to boach and boat launch. Fully serviced. Full prlco only  $11,500,  CLEARED LEVEL LOT: Socholt Village ��� 62.5 x 120', Ready for  building, Ownor will trado as part down paymont on homo, Value  ?! 1,500,  SECHELT-VILLAGE.WATERFRONTi,l 50', of traed gontly sloping oasy_  to build on watorfror/t, All services Including sowor later this year*  Serious watorfront buyors should soo this one, FP $30,000,,  DAVIS DAY VIEW LOT: Easy torms ��� 20V, down & tho balanco ovor  oasy paymonts on, this southern exposure vlow lot, Excavation and  cloarlng havo boon dono, FP $13,900,  DAVIS DAY,VIEW HOME: 060 sq ft 2 bdrm homo with appllancos. All  wall to wqll carpot, Cozy 8, inexpensive to hoat. Concrete drlvoway  ''*a'hd^'dl,Klh6''MdD,'flr'Rdoidl6caf|ohTFP$43;50ortbrmiT'  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOME: A cozy, noar now 792 sq ll 2 bodroom  homo closo to tho boach at Chapman Crook, No stairs, oloctrlc hoat,  doublo glazing. Government prepaid loaso has 19 yoars to run. FP  $32,000, ' ,  SOUTHWOOD ROAD: Closo to 1/2 acro. Lovol building lot, Hydro  and regional walor al road. Chock & comparo, Attractlvoly prlcod at  ,$9.,45Q.���       .....,....,......,,..,.' ,..,...���..-..���,.   DAVIS BAY: Laurel.Road view lol 67.3 x, ,162', One of (he bottor  vlow* in tho area. Asking $16,000,  GIBSONS* HOME WITH ACREAGE: Largo 3 bdrm homo on 7 acro*  with Chaster Crook bordering 1 sldo of foncod property., HdVno  noods some ropalr but has boeq partially renovated, Land Is cloarod  8, In gross,' A nlco situation, FP $09,500,  SECHELT VILLAGE: 3 acros measuring 330x660',- Will ovoiflually  havo a vlow, Closo to tho arona, Try your ollor to $35,000,  UPPER ROBERTS CREEKi 10 acros of land wllh 3 bdrm noarnow  home of 3376 sq It, and a 4000 sq ft aluminum clad, fully Insulatod ������-.  building, Building is all wlrod for 220 powor & could havo many  uses. Concrete floor, clear span, FP $89,900.  LOWER ROAD, ROBERTS CREpKi Ovor 3 acres ol gontly sloping  proper!/ with southern exposure, 500x300'. Year-round croak flows  ���^rhwmm^*mmmm^ffmf>mw*frmmmtmmmwm^ , ~- ���~..-��-  WAttflflRiNT *7d&LAt^^ loi's,  oach 50x200'. Oldor typo 3 bdrm bungalow ort ono lot, Could bo  restored, Lots level with safe moorago In front, Excollont buy at FP '  $73,000,  SELMA PARKVIEW LOT: Extra largo 90x179r|o��, cornor location,  oasy accoss, oxcollont Vlow of Trail Island. FP $ 13,300,  DAVIS BAY WATERFRONT! 3 bedroom single lovol home on B3 ft of  tha batt waterfront we con offer, Largo sundock on the vlow side,  westerly outlook. Large kitchen family room combination, Living  room Is 10x21 1/2' and hat a full'brlck wall flreplaco, The property '  also supports a workshop, a panabode playhouse and a boat house  on the beach, FP $79,900,  ���APPROXIMATELY ,?.^RES;,Tr��i��!d. 0��nt!o louthorly itppe 36Q'  highway frontago, Somo merchantable timber. Handy location,  closo to Joo Road, FP'$31,000. '  WILSON CREEKi On Browning Rd, a 75xlSfl' view lof only 300' from  boach, road accost, This lot Is partially cloarod and fenced, ready to  build on, A-qulot ftroat closo to all fncillllot, Ona of a kind at  REDROOFFSfTldy 2"bedroom collage op 11/2 acrot of lond,  100x662 ft, A road at the back of the lot could load to future tub-  dlvltlon. Home has an open plan wllh heatilator' flroplaco, Carport  and storage shed, PP $47,300* > "J  I    ,     .,*mf.tM...-t  i  ' rmf-a  *��!,..<>  I * I .    /  -.^���fi&W^fctm!**^:*^  %**i#iKj��^i#����ww^^WW^  ' -\ ���;.���/  'I  ���'" y     '' ���  .  ' >'V  /"-  s  |  - _     9  ,  "WcuneauayT-oeptr-^ar^aHt���tiie^euiUMIucuiuutu^  THE NUMBER  We Are As Close As Your Phone  885-2235 (h2-4) E&o.E  Coast to Coast  Vane. 689-5838 (24 hrs.)  Box 128  AGENCIES LTD.  Secholt  Real Estate Service  A  ^  Call now for our FREE Real Estate Catalogue  c=b  ��� ������ ������ .���                                       ", -j  -1  ' :. ������    .  J     ���  ')       -      1  8'                    ���)  WATERFRONT ACRES  #3959  START SMALL #3879  Give us an offer on the $35,000 asking price for a  three bedroom, full basement home in Granthams.  Automatic oil and community water. Bird's eye  view of sea, Islandrand coast range. Has qualiflScT  for 75% bank mortgage. JACK WARN, 886-2681  eves.  Approximately 15 acres with Hwy 101 access, 660 ft fronting  the sea. Cabin. Asking $175,000 terms. BOB KENT, 885-9461  ^��yes.-��� ^_  BIG LOT ��� ZONED FOR MOBILE HOME   ���    #3908  It is big, 80x260f, mostly -level. Have your home and a big  garden. Close to a good plant nursery, soil must be good.  -Hydro, phone & water to lot line. Offers to $10,200, may I  ���hmtm    . ��� ..3    DCTCB    C11ITLJ       -,���*-,.,,.   ~Z~Z          *   CONVENIENCE PLUS ~^~~���#388+-  Consider all the plus features of this convenient Mission  Road property. Beach access across the road, close to  shopping yet has no highway noise. 670~sq"ft approximately  8 years old insulated home on which vendor offers terms. FP  ..$.21,100. BERT WALKER, 885-3746 eves. ���      -  SELMA PARK WITH VIEW #3942  Modern 4 bedroom with huge living room complete with  free-standing fireplace for maximum heat efficiency.  Basement mostly finished_with_extra, bathroom. Attractive.  kitchen with quality cabinets. Large carport, beautiful garden  with fish pond, all the hard work has been done. Asking  $65,000. JIM WOOD, 885-2571 eves.  SPACIOUS, COMFORTABLE HOME #3981  One of the finest in Davis Bay. 3 bedrooms and bath on upper  floor, large, large living and dining room. Kitchen, 1 1/2  baths, and utility on ground floor. It is luxury. Hot water heat.  Fine fireplace, excellent finishing. Great water view both  floors. Also carport and workshop. Lovely garden too. FP  $69,500. PETER SMITH, 885 9463 eves.  DAVIS BAY VIEW LOT    \ #3759  Excellent building-lot on Chapman Rd. 169x102' at west end.  Lovely view, good building sites, good access for driveway.  Asking $14,500. PETER SMITH. 885-9463 eves.  Ruth Moore  885-9213  Don Lock  883-2526  HOME ON ACREAGE #3980  12- year old house completely remodelled and renovated ���  within last 3 years. Ideal for Kobby farm vyith year round'  creejron property. Other building sites available on property'  should purchaser wish to build on this 2.3 acre parcel. Asking '  $49,500. DON LOCK, 883-2526 eves. *      '   '  TILLICUM LOT # #3951  Only $8,000 with terms, tor large lot with limited view of sea   and large tree cover. Community water, blacktop road. JACK  ;     WARN. 886-2681 eves.    ���  SECHELT LOT     " #3856  Level lot. Nice, inlet view, near marina and ice' arena. All  local;services. -Al! new homes in area. Lot size 70x125'. RP  $12,000. DON HADDEN, 885-9504 eves.  ^"...,-,  tst*  wi-  X7D  i/A&,  &>f-  VALUE PLUS #4012  Fine, nearly new 3 bdrm view home in like new condition in  choice, secluded location on Porpoise Drive, overlooking  Sechelt Inlet, with well-kept path to public beach directly ,.  across the road. Vendor is also offering terms with $10,000  down on the FP of $46,900. More information from BERTj  WALKER, 8B5-3Z46 or PETER SMITH, 885-9463 eves.  help you? PETER SMITH, 885-9463 eves.  AFFORDABLE HOME PLUS #397]  Here is a comfortable 600 sq ft 2 bedroom home with a vieW  of Sechelt Inlet. Beach access only a few feet along the road.  Gpod accommodation at an affordable price. Vendor also  offers terms; FP $34,500. BJ-RT WALKER, 885-3746 eves.  MODERN WATERFRONT HOME #3983  Over 1 1/2 acres, 100 ft seafront. Total floor area ovar 150p  sq ft. Park-like property $65,000 cqshJ->QB-KENTr885-223'5~  anytime.         ""  WATERFRONT LOTS IN TUWANEK #3987-88  Two side by side low waterbank lots in secluded bay, Owner  says sell; so ali offers considered. $22,000 each or $42,000  or both. See with DON LOCK, 883-2526 eves.  VIEW LOT--r ;     #4005  Quiet lot with sea view. Limited density area. Dead end,  unused road next for elbow room, drive access on. FP  $15,000.-JACIC;WARNc88612681-1>ves. ���  WEST SECHELT #3653  U-Large 1/3 acre lot has south slope with potential  Gulf view as area develops. Hydro, water, phone  jand^able TV on paved road. FP $11,000. DON  HADD|RrgBJP950-4revesT :   WHERE IN THIS AREA #3845  Will you find a lot serviced by hydro and piped water for less  than $5,000? Lean show you. BOB KENT, 885-9461 eves.  m  -e  NEARLY AN ACRE  #3764  Delightful brook running through. Good location. Price-dTat  only $13,500, DON HADDEN, 885-9504 eves.  THE WHOLE INLET FOR VIEW #3985  Two side by side lots, $8,500 each 75x12*5' approximate size.  Hydro,', phone and water. Easily .cleared. JACK WARN  2681  - ���  eves.  885-  ANQJhlER DAVIS BAY DANDY #3848  LeyelrToaded with blackberries, and what a view. 71x193',  Jieaps of room, serviced too.-New home area. FP $14 500  offers. PETER SMITH, 885^9463 eves. '      . '      '  WEST SECHELT VIEW    { #3932  "Spectacular view lot overlooking Gulf of Georgia, serviced,  on paved road, in area of new homes. Over 1/3 acre, 80' on  road, building scheme protects your investment? FP $13,500.  DON HADDEN, 885-9504 eves.  MOBILE HOME LOT #3989  Large secluded lot in well treed, quiet area. Power & water  available, on blacktop road in the Roberts Creek area. Go  and check it out, I know you will like it, it's on Richard Rd. FP  $11,900. JIM WOOD, 885-2571 eves.  GIBSONS HARBOUR VIEW #3966  Harboujvview from this duplex zoned building lot, close to  stores and marina, all services including sewer, the price is  right on. Asking $12,900. JIM WOOD, 885-2571 eves.  NATURALLY ATTRACTIVE #3884  Stake your' cTd.l'nvoriTone"of these 2 dcre"pdrcels^ near-Klein"  junction: Located in recreation country on paved roads. You  can build your secluded rendezvous and maintain a natural "A  setting. Let me show you these attractive acreages which are  available on terms from $16,500. BERT WALKER, 885-3746  eves.  ���<��  Peter Smith  885-9463  Don Hadden  885-9504  Jim Wood  885-2571  Bert Walker  885-3746  Jack Warn  886-2681  Bob Kent  885-9461  John R. Goodwin  885-2456  n.  ������������������������Ml  ���  i  CREEKSIDE PARK ESTATES  North Road, Gibsons  ��� ��������, 'fthteiaLml  iV.,p   ......,.S(:  J--jS-p|   ���4*0,00, $\  3 Blocks from���  Shopping Centre  Schools, Theatre  Medical Clinic  Vancouver Transportation  Ideal for Retirement  Perfect for the young  couple starting out.  1  "v.-  m%d*i*tfr'ja'jj.  Mr:.-'.��-.;  UP     a.       . JP  JZ'  Priced from  $10,900 to $13,900  Areas for  Conventional Homes,  Double Wide Homes,  Single Wide Homes  All Lots Serviced by  Water-Sewer-Hydro-  Telephone-Cablevision  Come in and put a  whole package together  with suggested  financing.  ����ft"Pt'H( iyr~��t WJeh��i >  ARNE PETTERSEN  886*9793  LORRIE GIRARD  Vane, Toll  I'  " ,.     .  ��� "'"A        ,j_,  ������ .   ������'..,..��.,.,. r..,.,.,_,.,;,,. r,..��^ ���--..-^i, ���.���,"������-rip/f^pj-'l'"1'' ���.'���"'������ y-..pin-.'-'.��� ,.i,i.i..,.,-������,fmi-y.,,   ..^n;;;.,., > .vi, ���r "��������>rl::.��W;..'.,,S',;':.'".','p.., \,:,' .-wFTWTT^f . ���  CHRIS KANKAINEN  885-3545  JUN McRAE  Free 6824513  ,i,^��^^f's':-,;.^^Yr-<'V'- w*"*"'" *��"i*-*f ���'���  Y<%  f  mm  B  B  e  ���  ,11 ..,-���>r .''mi-'u 1-'-1*"*^.'.:.  f    vtMj-/- j, -w-la    I |ti|����  "X-  JS- -fiifm-   jr 4 ->^s����* ***#���*��*  J�� WVik, niwnNi**ii��+!L itfimf Mwvr   I  ,,   s,  J 'I I   H  :11i;!t  \y\  7.:y-7:,^  !    ��� /       i ��� ���  PageB-6  The Peninsula Times  ITednestlay, SepT13P^��"  ew Family First Home Programme  Applications are now being  x \ accpptedjunder the provincial  .\'"rfi!.im'ar'mrr\Air\(ja- now   fpnmilv  elderly renters, Municipal  Affairs and Housing Minister  may qualify, 1 urge that they  contact our SAFER office to  designed to assist senior  citizens with their rent  payments and takes into  account both income and rent  in determining benefits  payable. If a person's income  tl- i increases wer-the year tcTa* \  'XX.^.tJA.. A^mrmmt-^    mm/m^-.*U^<      ���  ���  ^T REAL ESTATE  ^T     APPRAISAIS  ^T NOTARY PUBLIC  AND LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD  DENTAL BLK.,  GIBSONS  PHONE 886-2277  TOLL FREE.682  egtenfryflwriw-j^Bi  h^r^Wmust^^W  :*SAFEf  spring"'said},Ciii^is.'V\,,  > It is imppri^ira to note that ���  .benefits wifl be retroactive on  all new( or used homes including mobile homes and  condominiums purchased on  and after April 11,1978.  "Those eligible for the  programmel will be families  with a dependent child under  19 who are purchasing their  first ever home. This includes  single parent and adoptive  families*' said Curtis.  Eligibility is subject to  residentcy requirements and  the price of the home must fall  , within price limits established  -by the Ministry.  There , are two Options  under. the !>rogramm�� :~~  ^ffA^'j'j^-n^*^ ^--.j-r- -,-   -.  ;.-7^rr-��� -~ - years may  jy^v^s^-YTs^^w.-^^i.,--^a>vfrom;'i-Ministry; offices' decrease' slightly. For this  spibt's; rent rex&ed^^ the Province or    reason, this increase in rent  *..|  cent of his or her income  Previously, only the first $175  of a senior's monthly rent  could be used in calculating  the amount of SAFER entitlement. "This has now been  increased to $205, as SAFER  statistics and other information available to the  Ministry indicates that 90 per  cent of all single sehior citizen  renters pay rents below that'  figure," said Curtis. The increased rent maximum for  couples is $225 per month.  The SAFER programme  was introduced in July, 1977,  and requires that a SAFER  recipient annually re-confirm  his or hereligilriUty. "Many  from the B.C. Housing  Management Commission in  Vancouver.  Curtis  pointed   out  that  SAFER     is     specifically  maximums will only increase  the benefits of those seniors  who are paying a rent greater  than $175 per month for single  persons and $200 for couples.  "&���><;<-*  Neighbourhood infill housing  ���    Accepting the idea that an    neighbourhood     residents  established low density  residential neighbourhood is  the most desirable, the Real  Estate Board commissioned a  report on ways of providing  new housing within those  neighbourhoods.  Most suburban residential  neighbourhoods contain land  that is vacant or un-  derutilfeed, and the Board  themselves must accept the  infill theory ��� and further,  governments must be willing  to adjust and upgrade outdated zoning by-laws.  The demand for good  family housing, that is  reasQnably priced exists, and  the infill theory can provide it. *  The report Successful  Examples Of Neighbourhood',  j Jon McRae  | 885-3670  I  J BOYLE ROAD:  5.05  acres  partially cleared  I and   electrically   fenced.   Includes   cow,  I chickens and ducks. Rentable trialer pad with  | own septic. Partially finished home, ali new  | construction, approximately 1/2 completed.  |> White onyx fireplace, varnished cedar ceiling,  i thermopane windows ond large combination  ��� furnace. Please make an appointment first to  ��� view! $68,000  !i    I PARK ROAD: Three bedroom home on 5 acres  I in Gibsons. Property on both sides are also  | for sale, making a total of 15 acres available  I for future development. A good holding  I  property. $79,500  Lorrie Girard  886-7760  Chris Kankainen  885-3545  Arne T. Pettersen  886-9793  HOMES ON ACREAGES  ROBERTS CREEK: This could be the home with  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 zoning allows  subdivision into half acre lots and there is a  dedicated road along one side. A good buy  and ap excellent investment. $65,500  HANBURY 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  16x16 workshop with 220 wiring. Partially  cleared and-fenced with vegetable garden.  $67,500.  SEAVIEW LANE- Approximately 2 acres of  forested WATERFRONT property in West  Sechelt. 1758 square feet three bedroom  home. Sauna and beach house combo on  beach. Enjoy the view from the glass enclosed  patio of the Trail Islands. $148.500  in meeting mortgage  payments. The chtficij. of  option will be up to \ire applicant. The maximurg^value  of a grant cannot exceed 20  per cent of-the purchase price  of a home.  ,   Curtis said, "Among those  j _who have written for details  of the new programme, more  * interest has been shown in the  $52.50 per month option than  1 the outright $2,500 grant."  He added, "Thi; is a form  of assistance which should  form a permanent part of  direct financial help to first-  time-family home buyers. J  ~ hope it is something which can  be enriched over the next  several years."  Application forms are  available at all government  agents,.-and the Ministry's  xc~^-r' * -   *������*���- ~ a ���-       parcels* of ��� land "can.--acv .ate; interested - in , thi? lflJ>  fteirincmsedTtocom^oyer^-^jj^^e mme families-at^novaiionTopportunity-td'solve^:i  the year but could.not allow    reasonable cost. -   ', - <: /^fttorfa-miiy  accommodation-1  To1 allow this to happen,7-problem." ��� J ',,_    '     '     7\  for rent increases over the old.  maximums." Curtis added  that "These revised rent  maximums will see a  significant increase In most  SAFER recipients' benefits."   As an example, a senior  citizen renter whose income  was just under $300 per  month, as assured under the  Province's . Guaranteed  Available Income for Need  programme (GAIN), and  whose rent was $200 per  month, can-now receive over  $80 in monthly SAFER  benefits. This is an incrase of  $20 per month over the  benefits that could be made  available to such a recipient  under the old rent maximums.  The increase, effective  1402 ALDERSPRING ROAD: Two storey  home on quiet cul de sac with view  overlooking'Gibsons Harbour. Three  bedrooms on mdirt floor. Mly fur*  Olshed suite on ground floor, currently  rented at $250 per month. Total living <  area 1830 sq ft. Completely fenced, and >  '. In lawn. Large sundeck. Close to park,  " Hsnni^aurts-and shopping. $47,500���.  The twentieth century plague  regional offices in Vancouver,   September 1,1978, will appear  Victoria, Cfaribrodk, Kelowna -^on "the September  SAFER  month-end cheques.,';   \; ",'  _Curtis said,  "For those  renters aged 65 or better who <_  did not previously apply for  SAFER benefits but who now  and Prince George  The provincial government  has increased the rent  maximums allowable, under  the SAFER programme to aid  Never   since   the   fifth'  century, when the Vandals ���  an  East  Germanic  tribe'  sacked Rome, has vandalism '  been as rampant as it is today.  Insurance  experts' estimate  the total national loss in the  billions   of   dollars,   with  schools one of the biggest  victims . . . communications  and  transit   systems   next,  national parks and forests,  museums  and libraries  all  coming  up   in   quick   succession. Youngsters, say the  experts, are the primary  culprits and they destroy for  three  ,/inajor .. reasons;."  material ~ gain,  ^such'  as;;  stealing -from   telephone  boxes;; yindicbvehess, as > an  expression, 6i //antagonism!  against groupsJor individuals,-:-  or wanton vandalism, which.  has excitement or boredom as;  a motive. Psychologists say to'  combat this vandalism,' we -.  must attack the causes . . .  which   include   social Jn-"  difference, apathy,  loss ofJ  community, neighborhood or  family values.  "!���>.  PHch-ln  Aftdlmik  DAVIS ROAD: Ideal "starter or, retirement'  home. Only two blocks from schools and  shopping. This three bedroom hottfe-has  everything you need' for comfort and convenience. The carport could-easily be con-,  verted to a family "room and a separate  carport could be built on rriany sites within  the extra large landscaped lot. $37,900  NOR.WEST BAY ROAD: An ideal park-like  setting surrounds this one' year old ranch  style home. There are three bedroom with  large living area. Separate dining room and a  kitchen with - all- J-tinds of top-of-the-line  cupboards. Two blocks to the elementary  school, includes carport and two sundecks.  A , 45,900  HOMES  FRONTAGE RD: Langdale. Something special!  Spacious, deluxe family home in quiet area  on 0 fabulous view lot with attractive land-  . scaping ond rock v/qil^.Foj-,*x<ra comfort ohd  convenience fhertt y<��re ��� jthernto - windows  /throughout,- efficient hpt^ter'Heating, air    fireplace for yolur rec room Ideas. Price ln-  . condij;onlnoVlnteridn^<4^^t^rotSgei..built- ��� eludes bfand new fridge and stove. $52,900.  ., Jn,- W^and^difeh3w��^i^^6^?yfiL.JigHj-^  ; fixtu^es.^OOaiTipseiVice.tiMhTiahv^TnOi-efine  FIRCREST PL: Three bedroom home in quiet  rural subdivision surrounded by ALR  propertieson all sides.One mile from schools  and shopping. Large open living room with  fireplace. The full basement has a finished  It. .      ���" - _   _   _^      *J  Om.1^.^      tm..  GLASSFORD a GOJWER PT RDT Country Estate  features, Located close fSchool*arid' within, InJhehecirt of the Village. You must see this  easy waikingsdistante'of^etry.termlnalr.AII-IrfldHionally' styled four bedroom, full  this for the pVice of' $84^0; ,/' A 5'"~'H A basement  home with  finished   rec   room.  ,  - ,_^ _���rl" 'r-'t ���. ' ;. '  FirepWces -up and down. Large garage with |  GOWER Pf RD: In-the heat* of-Gibsons ^ne_ - workshop under. All this nestled privately_oi\_j  ���-    ���   ' '       ��� .�������     -i   .m...        ^wo lof^; Year-round creek goes through j  property. Beautifully landscaped with many i  fruit tree's. Plus 'a guest cottage presently ,  rented for $165 per month. Home could be an J  excellent revenue property as the basement  has   complete   kitchen   and   washroom  facilities.   All   within   a  stone's   throw   of  shopping and post office. $67,500.  DAVIDSON RD: Large three bedroom home  i'on 1/2 acre,treed lot on Longdate Ridge of-  ! fering view) and property. Lots < of cabinet  j space in well thought out kitchen. Fireplace  ���.upstairs. Full basement. $54,900  | t  \* .  | HILLCREST RD: Excellent three bedroom  | family home close to schools and shopping.  Impartial basement, * separate utility room.  I 'Landscaping is m With "many large trees in the  ���'back';'yard." Nice neat home priced to sell.  ! $42,700."   '      '  Wi  JL 1   <]  .'   ���  *-    l��-J      ���?  ,-jW "���'    -��H��rW* '��� P-J��", "-^ It-ti-i^l"  H" t  , �����?<���*  V*-* '5-   '��� '���' -J*   .fl-  ;w*.  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE LTD.  ��� i   ���     . .     J \......-k..        w 1 ��      1.     ...  ,l   1  \- >,,'   <t<  Wharf Road, Sechelt B.C. VON 3A0  :i  - >  . I i-   '   "M  (  We're the Neighborhood Professionals.  HOPKINS LANDING  SCRlJB���BRUSH���.a PAINI,  $34,000. No reasonable offer  refused on this 2 bdrm  basement home. 3rd bdrm "In  bsmt, Hugq kitchen with many  cupboards, near new stoVe &  frldgo, Walk to ferries. Chuck  Dowman, 885-9374.  GIBSONS  SARGENT ROAD $13,900  Magnificent ocean view lot, fully sory|ced, on sewer. 65 * 110',  ��� n  WEST SECHELT  -���EXCEPJT 10*IA.L.,4,A/A LUE  $59,900. From the landscaped  grounds   and   cathedral   entrance to the 1 bdrm suite, this  almost    1500',    3    bdrm,    2  fireplaces,,  large   rec   room!  beauty truly represents value,  Situated inW. Sechelt, it Is our  pleasure'to show this home.  Larry Roardon, 885-9320.  $18,500  1,17 acres. Nicely troed, gentle slppe to SW will have a good  view whpntopie trees comedown. Ed Bokor, 6B5-2641.        '  $2,500 PER ACFlE  COMMERCIAL  GROCERY STORE & PROPERTY; The only store  jh f he'aVea ifflth a good ybjun-Ye' of 'business  and growing steaTlilyr^fii^deol^sef'-uifrforra  family operation. The store hours are 10 a.m.  to 6:30 p.m. seven days a week. If you like to  be independent and run your own business  this could be your opportunity." The price  without stock Is $89,000.   APARTMENT BLOCK: Nine suite apartment  block centrally located in the Village of  Gibsons. The block shows a good return and  the vacancy rate has been nil during the last  year. Ideal Investment, for owner-manager.  Ask us for more Information about this  project. $160,000.   ..  block from shopping and*the Post Office.  Three bedroom home' on concrete block  foundation. Post and beam' construction.  Acorn fireplace gives a cozy atmosphere to  the living room, Nice and bright with many  lOrde windows.' A  ,  f- $33,000  NORTH FLETCHER ROAD: Three ��� bedroom  home on completely landscaped view  property in Gibsons. LaWn in front ond back  of home with small garden. House is very well  kept with1 separate suitevin" basement, fn--  cluded are fridge, stove, washer and dryer.  - X     .    - ,    - ��� ���,    $64*500  - f " : :���  i   -    111   -i       ii  ���   ��� i*r   *��� in- i "������-������ i --   ���*��� -������ ���   -~ ���  SOUTH. FLETCHER: A" beautifulview of Gib-"  sons Harbour is only one of the many features  of this four bedroom home! Others Include o  feature wall fireplace; hardwood floors,  lovely large kitchen and for tbe handyman a  16x18workshop.      .       ���> ' $37,900  LOOKOUT AVENUE ��� Near new three  bedroom home in good condition on large  View lot in new subdivision just past the  Sunshine COast Arena in Sechelt. Boating  facilities close by. Owner is transferred ond  you can have immediate possession, $52,500   I i   il T.i  .,.  FIRCREST PLACE:.New larg^ ttjnch styjehome  with tongue and groove ceJor featurewalfT  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. $44,900.  TAYLOR LANE; Lovely new three bedroom  hdme overlooking Gibsons Harbour. 16x19  sundeck. Large eating area and kitchen  combo, Two fireplaces. Master bedroom has  ensuite and his and her full double closets.  Full basements. $67,500.  Y  REVENUE  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY: Triplex located  In Gibsons Village. One two bedroom Suite  and two three bedroom suites. Good holding  property for future development. Close to  schools and shopping mall. $52,500.  WINN ROAD: Fourplex. Positive cash flow  with eleven thousand dollars revenue per  year). Top units contain five bedrooms with  one arid a half bathrooms. Lower suites are  large two bedroom units. Low maintenance  and good return make this an excellent investment value. Close to all amenities.  Financing available. $89,900.  FAIRVlfeW RD: Revenue. Duplex on a 1/2 acre  lot represents the ideal investment property.  There are 1232 square feet in both of these  side by side suites. Features are post and  beam construction with feature wall fireplace  and sundecks. There Is appeal to separate  rental markets with a two and a three  bedroom suite. Assumption of present  mortgage makes purchase very easy and a  yearly income of over $7,000 mlpkes this  property hard to beat. $75,000.  a j.  closo to all amo'nltlOs. Bulldog terms iaydiloblef Larry';Ro'qrdon,'   s  (085;9320.   -    ; ;,,���! yAkXy AmA^Auf^^ighx- ,  RETIREMENfSPfClAf.'        .,T,   , /���.'/,'y^,, ��; ,..';;;;v$43)50b ;,".;.,.��� $2.500,PER^FE , r.    , . ,      ,;    ,. -        ,-.'.,,.-  Spolloss 2 bedroom homo with terrific garaeps'^and'Cplrj^nt^Vy ,Cofiploto privacy,yet only 10 minutes from Sechelt,'25 acres,  patio, garage with workshop'and .storage-lpve|.' Walk to shops;' ��� ���' mostly Jovel yvlth get^le slope. Road & hydro to proporty. Chuck ,  and watorfront; Chuck Dowman) 885;9374.     ''      ' '  "���' �����"�������" -       ' "'  ROBERTS CREEK  ACREAGE-INVESTMENT'        ���   ',   / , $20,000  2,14 acres at Joe and Lower Roberts ^reek Road1 with over 700' ,  on Iho Lowor Road, Could bo 4 \o\t,'- torrlflc potontlal for tho  Invostor. Chuck Dowman, 8B5-9374.  UP & DOWN DUPLEX   $49,500  Largo 3 bedroom with oxcollont revenue potontlal.  Locatod on I acre' noar  Roborts Croak on ,Hlghway  101. Vondor will consldor  offors.'Ed Bakor, '085-2641.  WILSON CREEK  1T     Vk-^   m.ds'w'im*     ->,i>^*ii*i***, Jit-HW 4tMi **��W***l*^M^^^W^iPrt���St^i(^���(f# ^��Mi^t li^*hi*itl 4*Ht J   ���**** t.M.-* ����*.*  COMMERCIAL HIGHWAY 101 RIP|S FOR DEVELOPMENT  3.66 acros, 400 ft of highway frontaao, by 096 ft doop on Alrpo/t  Road, Prosent rovonuo ol $57Q0 pV'onnum, Owner will consider  farms. Kon H. Wells, B86'7a?3,'   ��   ,  - "��m; t'  TUWANEK  16()FT,FRONTA08 $14,500  CUorod,and-ready for .building, Half block to water and iaf��r  Bwlnimlrifl. nauy'|orm��, Chuck Dowman, 005-9374   'SECHELT       -  ��� ( ������ \*      * i ' i ,  1/3RDOFANACRE ' $1.500pN(,i  Walor is on Ihls beautifully, Irood lot, lront)ng on two roads;'  *��**fBx����llonl viow potontlal. Full prlco $13,900/ Chuck D6\Man,'  083-9374. f  WATERFKONT LOT/VIEW LOT $18,a001B,fl0Q  At Sondy Hook wo have this 100 + watorfront lot, clo*e to road  and ad|olnlng wllh an excollonl vlow lot that llos next to f-,\  Larry Roardon, 803.9320,  secnAT^ixxii&r"'    r*' ^   ^ ^  ^  i*-���*-    "^fs^^oor  New deluxe 3 bedroom, full ba��ofTt��mhom�� of 1320 iq IT/"  completed approx 30 days', laroo LR, DR area with FP, kltchon Is  linvnWwWlVOrdreomi/ft'.n OUllt.1rT^^'^��,;*^U'i.^y*,t,.C^:-  features must bo soon to be appreciated, Ed Boker, 805-?641,  /'     ' '    ' .   ������ '     '���  Dowman,-685-9374.  t,u' ' ' $86,500  Attractive Spanish typo 3 bdrm bungalow, approx 3 yrs built.  Large LR 20 X- 20, with flroplaco, open beam ceilings, DR family  -kltchon. Aft bdrms largo, mastor epsulte w/w throughout. Largo  woikishopaf fodr. Flooriaroa 1584sqft. Ed Boker, 885-2641.  REDROOFFS / HALFMOON BAY AREA  ��� 1,1      i'iKH I'Vl'(I     I'i'    i In"'    'I/,,' ll Hi,.      il   ,|V i ll    t,'1.   It,.'     I     .  1/2 ACRE VIEW , ,     , $18,500,  Nlcoly seml<learod lot ,wlth gontlo 'slope to south. Nlco view  ovor Sargeant Bay. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  WELCOME WOODS '    X ,   $9,500* $9,750  Two extra largo Iota 125'x20C)'. Larry Reardon, 885-9320.,  $13,500  Beautiful 1/2 acro lot, loaded with trees on blacktop road, with  water and hydro, Larry Roardon,'885-9320.  Largo treed lot at tho cornor of Rodrooffs Road and tho road to  Sai'goanf Bay. Sorvlced with hydro and water. Larry Roardon,  U1B5?320. , '   I  $12,800  Nor Vyest,Bay,f|d woododjlol.,^ f. ,150, zonod R2. TfO|l0r��'  allowed, Sign on. Ed Dakor,'885-2641.  ,o,  PENDER HARBOUR AREA  ..GARDEN BAY ROAD.;  >��� 4 ���.,.��;,.��� ,.���.-.   ., ��� ,, ,,,,��� $22,600  Rock bluff building site on this 3,5 acre wooded proporty, would  \pro\/ldo l^>rrifle vlow.'ovor pasture )dnd. All yoar stroam. Easy  tormsq'vallablo, Chuck Dowman, 005-9374,  DAROAIN HARBOUR LOT       . ..   $22,500  Soml-watorlroni pfoporly, |usf across ��hp,Narrows Brldgo and  'fating Dorgolri'^arbour',' Trood and good tof "building on, vy|th  ^iu��L Iho,rood botweon ydUfOndjiho wotor. Lqrry Roardon^ 685-  95l2p,"'��-^*~.��^_J1 ',''''���     .'��� .     . ,'���'''  xmkitikP/mkT^^ -u^'- '    .' "���" '"^iTiiwS  SSlocro working ranch,all fenced and cross-fenced, Good lorgo  '   bamr'flood poitOWttnd'idm* frtll froos, All year round Water  ����PPly. POd for Iho lady of the house.,. II has a modern 2  ' bwlroom home. Hos facilities for horse shows and rodooi. Larry  Roardon, 085-9320.  J GOWER PT RD: At the corner of  14th. This  I���proporty--has-levels-cleared~for-the-building-  I site of your choice, Excellent vlow of Georgia  | Slrait, Approxlmatoly 80 x25p. $16,500  ��� SKYtlNE^DR: This 70x59x131x122  foot 'lot  ��� with expensive view of the Bay area and  I Gibsons Village Is very well priced. $11,500  I SECHELT INLeFeSTATES; Three building lots  | on Sandy'Hook Road. Water, hydro and  | tolephone to each  lot, These  lots  have  a  Sspocfacular, vlow of Porpolso Bay and are only  4 1/2 mllos from Socholt. $10,000 each  LOTS  FAIRVIEW RD: Large cedar trees on this  nearly 1/4 acre-of flat easy to build on land  provides a private setting for your home.  Mobile homes are allowed, Close to Cedar  Grove School. $11,900,  .'���  ^ ,   '.'     ',        j ;   GOWER PT RD: 100' of waterfrontage, steep  but manageable slope. Hydro and water on  the Esplanade Road, 217' deep with a completely unimpeded view to Vancouver Island.  Faces southwest for lots of sunshine.  $15,9P0.-      ' X'    , i   .,!<  ___fiURNSJlOADtGood bulldtnig"lot765Tl 30', on  flat land In Gibsons Village. Four blocks from  Post Office, stores and transportation. Lightly  treed. Three' blocks from ocean. All services  available. $11,000.  SECHELT INLET. ESTATES: Four building lots on  Sandy Hobk.Rd. Water, hydro and telephone  to each lot. Those lots have a spectacular  view of Porpoise Bay and are only 4 1/2 miles  from Sechelt. One priced at $8,900 the other  three at $10,000.  POPLAR LANE: Beautiful flat building I6t with i    view, olf North Shore Mountains. Located on ,  ��� LANGDALE  RIDGE  SUBDIVISION;' Fantastic   POPLAR LANfc'dVmWd pnd MwMbfl lot    ��� ?^'^ ��J SiffSl;|W',f*^rT��i!eSlP-i  view lots.. An area of ,now and varied homos. - convenlonlly Wo od, 6h\q ^ilW&C.ftftVMC - 'Sm-^W ^f'"9    "!   Zirl^ t  ' Those lots olfoMhe,mso|vos to many dlfferont' only ano rtofck. from\^^^*;^WR^Ks'.'1 A'I ;^UtP J?,C u ��^ onn ' f  building locations. En|oy prlvaty and  the  centre. Th* s|lo Js VeaJy'to.bVlld'ohjond Is .   flrOs*'pjaylnd field. $14,900.  vlow of Howo Sound.1 Priced from $11,900.  SCHOOL & WYNAART ROADS: Only 5 of those  Duplex Zoned Lots loft,, Boautlful v|ow'  proportlos overlooking fhe Bay. Closo to  ���schools and shopping, All lots porfoctly sultod  to sldo.by-&ida or up-down construction!  j^rfeod at $15,500 apd $16,500.",  POPLAR LANE: Convdnlontly locatod" subdivision in Gibsons. Only two blocks froro  shopp|ng contro and both olomontary and  secondary schools, Lovol building sites with  sbmo cloarlng on a newly formod cul do sac.  Thoso prlmo lots aro On fowof and all sorvlcos, Prlcod horn $11,900.'', ,' i  COMMiRCIAL WATERFRONTt With WeHorf ront  as   scare*   as   it   Is  this  double' u��e   lot  suitable for a cohVentlpnal  stylo homo, $12,900.  or contemporary i  , SKYLINE DRIVE; Overlooking th* Pay, and <  Vlllago of Gibsons,;,Bul|d,your,hopi��| on the  qulot and prlvato lot on ihe Bluff! Low down  payment, easy tormt. $13,500...'   .' w .l',����Hl'  ,  PRATT ROAD; Near Codar Grove School. This  lot l�� cleared and ready to build on. Mature  fruit trees dot this 76k 125', lot. $13,500.  COCHRANE ROADt Good building lot  65x130'. Close to, shopping and'the ocoan,  Sewer oasemortt of, 10' on ���,��. lHw ol the lot,  $12,500.  I ���'������Jtyt* ^ '  ABBS'ROAD: View of Bay area and Georgia j  Strait Isyours from this beautiful lot in area of j  elaborate now homes. Two blocks to schools |  and shopping. $18,900, ,   i  i��� '"���XX]  SARGENTROAD: Build your droam homo on  lhl��("Qu)s^andlng ;pr9p'or,ty In, G)bsoni 'imM,  popular residential area. Fqbulous vlow of  the harbor and Georgia Stroll. Over 65' street I  frontage. Easy walking distance to schools I  and, shops. $17,900.  ��� mm ��������� il ������*������Tm���  ���    ��� ��������� ��������� ������'������������'���- . ������������ ��������������1  UPLANDS RD; Tuwanok. Idoal recreation lot  In beautifully woodod and pork like setting,  Zonod for trailers, This lot overlooks Sechelt  Inlot apd tho Lamb Island. $0,900.     1  OAMBIER ISLAND    ^  ~"-     -   ' " ' t*5,000  It* going to be oosy -to fell in love with -this charming Jog hem*   <-  that Is complotoly remodelled inside. Nostlod on 0 ocres of "' ���  -....,.0**1?!*:'.'br* l^'"fl*�� Iq�� troos, fruit troo^, f^yvtfsjpnd.lpQrdon.       '  Thl�� 2 bdfm homo Is 5 mln from now Brighton whorf, Larry  Roardon, 085-9320,  a  a  u��   .cure   a��   ii   ii   mi.  qqupi.   use   mi    HILLCREST RDi Only $3,000 do^nl Balance by,   .u.u.c.cir. Drk, -     . L_.__iA_nr_ _,_. nn _-,..  roprosoWfs^oof 'Wlfii?$33,'00r^,'^^M'""AtJrJ��oW^rtr Wl^SdrOWirpIlKhbK"bn# ^f ^KJ^ '^'rSSSn�� Georala S?rair and  thes* boautlful vlow lots ot tho *nd of a qulot  cul do sac. All underground sorvlcos so there  Is nothing to mar tho vlow. Those lots or*  cleared and roady to build on, Th* ravlq* In  front will *n��ur�� your privacy,-,lTb��-��0'lots  represent   excellent   valuo.   Prlcod   from  $13,900.  YMCA ROAD; Langdale, Cleared, - lovol  building lot measuring 81x173 Suitable for a  variety ol house plans, Locatod within oasy  walking distance to school and a fow mlnu|os  job to Iho lorry tormlnal, Mako an oiler on th*  asklnfl prlco of $12,900.  and powor overlooking Georgia Strait and  tho Trail Islands. This Is a corner lot In a newly  built-up area. $12,500,  McCULLOUGH RD) Wilson Crook. Closo to ono  acro treod property with subdivision  possibilities, $22,500.  ACREAGE  ,LEE|< ROAD; 2.02 nlcoly tr**d acres on L**k  Road, Approxlmatoly 625x140, Zonod A3D.  Wotor du* In spring of 1979. $21,900,  VHWY 10,1, (ofl'.Hdll Rpad^i 5 subdlvldabja  | ,acnm, Lond, Is very-dry yvlllVgood percolation.  SOulhOrn ^xpoliiye^ln tho hoort of Rob*r|s  ';Cr��.'��k,' On ,Roglpno( .Wqt^^ Apprwlmatply 1  duo Is cloarod, Has oldor homo being tontod  f'��f $135 p��r monlh. Includes^ smoll barn,  Vomloi   has "subdivision   plan* lor   9   lo|��,  $42,900. .......:  '   O'SHEA �� ABBSRD! This prlmo view property  has boon opproved for a 10 lot subdivision by  tho Vlllago ol Gibsons, Includod It a comploto  ���oFoT^noTnoartng drawlhgioutlinlno il��o of~  k>ts opd services required, $39,500    ,OIBSONSr4.6 act11 et>mxcm\1��M holdlnu  A.^-fi^A,-.,,,,.:,! ,      properly, close to Soamos point. Partially  PARK ROADi OlWOns. Excollont prospect! for, c|Mrbdi Try your off��r��. $27,500^ -v  tho  on*t who holds t this  pot*ntlo)ly  fpm-.. ���,,.���;���- l-'y  ;", 1  ,,.,mftelflllyjtbn*dAaer*|irLlghtlfi1(Mr^ 4,31  acres.  fixco|lont holding  to shopping contr* and sdidbls, $59,000,  . SCHbpL ROAD: 1.56 ocres ad|ac*nt lo  elomontary school;, Co\j|d bo subdivided to  lo'tr. Ort sowor*and till sbrvlcoi.       x $50,000  GIB60N6 RURAli OH Mapl* Stroot n*ar  Grandvlow and P|(!.��i V*ry-uniquo building  ilfo wilh ori obsolutoly fantastic ocean view.,  Moro than ono acre of lond whoro ono portion  Is high on tho hill and tha larger portion Is  ravine proporty giving groat privacy and an  opf������ttfi->i>y *�� develop yrnvt mwt\ tmtrmm^mn  pach, Should bo soon by anyonf^yyllljlng  something dlllorant, Havo a look and mako  an oflor, Oood 'arm*' Asking prlco,    $ 17,900  proporty right across from tho ferry terminal, j  Langdofo Crook Is tho eastern boundary ol ���  this property. $39,500.- j  CONRAD ROAD: NokI to CornivByn��i. i"V/7\  acres with llmlto^ access, look Crook runs I  thraugh-thls-partlollycloarod, lovol acreage, I  Zonod for mobllo homos, Excollont for your |  bobby farm. $19,900 j  ' _������-, ���..���.,..���_���_,,.,       - ���  |  MASKELL   RDi   1,4^  acros  ol   subdlvldoblo  proporty on Maskoll Road and lowor Roborti  *iGM^'~-tommmA��lmr**Q-m\U��i*w --tor ,i/3-����4����|  pv��roflO,,,Thli Ji,.q.,qulo| rural oron only 3J  mllos Irom Gibsons, $19,900  ^<  ^OMNORPHOHErOROUR^  ^yJ>w.y,.lklit':ii^Zfm,  - "f^p i��  ���'���'Vf*  .1.-, ipmimfa, rn^mu., p ��,��������� , .  ,..*.,��. VS.- .wk.'.-wm w ^0....  swswjwearawMWMwwh ��*  �����*- ������ V  *��*���� B, W| *r*jM'Hl(! sw ��-w  r-l -. -.-������   :   X  ���%<  :A  ��-r-  T  ���l  A  / *,.->  ,^ ,7:*^.  ii-i    <.*    ? !  i'. ''i-'y  ���^^?IJ ��Vs/j o ,. c'.ir:   v "^J-^^JW^k^U  ,,,:,y, $fe4nesday,,Sepk 13,,1978  INSURANCE  The Peninsula Times  Page B-7  MEMBER BROKER  "0- -J  CHARLES ENGLISH  886-24811  'l ~. ���'",'��� -H   -- fi V- ir  '  I Sunnycrest Shopping Centre , VON IVO  i. Direct  687-6445  /  &FORE  HOMES  HOMES  lo  w price.  $11,750  Call Jay  DAVIS &SHAW ROAD ' $57,000  Gold .Medallion    tri;level    home, t^our  bedrooms, two fireplaces, two bathrooms;'  workshopLClose to shopping centre! Call  Jay Visser. ^   ' -   ,  SPECIAL  GLASSFORD RD. 63 x 160' cleared lot. Fill  in: Water & sewer connected. $10,000.  Call Jay Visser.  ; CHAMBERLAIN ROAD $97,500  ; Executive Hobby Fdrm. 4.38 acres, mostly  cleared with front yard completely landscaped. Ovor 2100 sq ft of living area in  this tri-level, three,] year young home.  Owner-built quality includes two  fireplaces, shake' roof, double attached  * carport, double glazed windows, the list  |-���goes-on-and'on: '     ~-   '  '  I 2 BDRM SPLIT LEVEL $53,000  Located on Pratt Road on approx 1 acre of  good garden soil. Roomy 12 x 16 kitchen.  " Separate dining room. Large corport and  -12x20_workshop. Call Anne Gurney.   POPLAR LANE '        $48,500  '��� Three bedrooms, fireplace, dinina room.  Walking distance to village, one Block to  amenities. A must see! Call Anne Gurney.  HILLCREST DUPLEX $37,500  Good investment, good assumable  mortgage of $22,000. Revenue $380. ^  Call Anne Gurney  LANGDALE VIEW $49,500  3 bedroom. A terrific view of Howe Sound  and North Shore mountains. 16 x 30' living  room wilh granite fireplace.  SOUTH FLETCHER RD $37,000  3 bedroom, basement home on view lot.  Jay Visser!' s  ' SEAVIEW RO $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. Placevfor horse,  chickens and hobbies. Call Anne Gurney.  , SEAVIEW RD ^$23,750  Good ,starter or retirement home on treed  view lot. On ,sewerP, Fridge, slote , &  washer. Call Jay^Visser^    X  <  LIKE WATERFRONT' $48,000  ���Half  block? to  safe   pebble  beach  from  beautiful   Gibsons  bluff   location.   3  bedroom' Home   has   terrific  view   from  hying room & master bedroom.fireplace...  basement, good cjarden area, drop ip and  J.  see'the picture or call to view. CallTDave ;  Roberts.  WATERFRONT OR ? $89,500 '  One corner pin on the beach. No  waterfrontage tax.^ 1500 sq ft in almost  brand new home, very modern, very  private. Steps in to good beach with  excellent moorage. Call for appointment  to view.  Call Dave Roberts - -  HOPKINS LANDING , $52,000  Pt Rd home with lots of living space. Great  view, beach access across street. Call  Anne Gurney. .    -��{ J  CRUCILROAD $56r000���  Lovely family home, 2 fireplaces. 3  bedrooms up and 1 down. -View of  mountains, Keats Island and Shoal  Channel. Coll Anne Gurney.  SELMA PARK $23,000  _ -Immaculate 2 bdrm home on level lotrLots-  of extras for this low price. Call Jay Visser.  WATERFRONT $55,000  Gibsons Bay area. On sandy beach. Well  kept home, 3 bdrms, den, large living-  dining area. Stone fireplace. Call George  Cooper.  . LOTS  WATERFRONT LOT $25,500  58' esplanade waterfront and 80' on Gale*  Roady 225' average depth located in the  ViMage of Sechelt close to the arena. Safe  moorage in front.  GRANTHAMS  $ 10,000  Nice view lot, 50 x-110.  %   CHASTER ROAD $12,500  Large lot near schools. '  .DUPLEX ZONED view lot in village $17,500  BLUFF        ' $,3,500  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  Quiet surroundings on 60 x 120 lot. Price   '  ���      slashed tbv$6,250. Call-George Cooper  JOHNSON & F0RBE$_  ;   Cleared ]lbtr for this  Visser. '  HOPKINS LOT $10,500  Has good view, locdted across from good  * beach access. Call Dave Roberts]  PARK8REEDROAD   ��� ' '    $56,000  Excellent-family   home -'on   large   land- '  -scaped lat'.'Fcuii treesrjhis-homejeatures-  3 good sized, bedrooms, living room with  fireplace,  "dining   area,   large   kitchen.  '  Finished rumpus room with F.P., and inlaw suite in basement 36 x 13 aaraqe.  Call Jay Visser .   ,  VMCA $10500,  163.25   x   87.07   in   area   of   attractive,  homes. 2 tp choose from.Call AnneGurney.  PRATT RD ���     ��� . $55,000  3 bdrm home, fireplace, charming knotty  ,  pine kitchen. A nice house on 2.87 acres.  Call Anne Ginney. '  THOMPSON RD      "" "$63,900^  -New-homer-V��ry���atfractive," 3 bdrmsfj  .- ensuite   plbg," large   sundeck.    Full  basement. Jay Visser.  WATERFRONT  ROBERTSCREEK $45,000 k  -Access  easement on adjacent  lot.  This  type of. prime waterfront is rare oh the '  market. Call George Cooper.     ' __-  SEtRET COVE AREA ' $35,Q00  51' x 161' Serviced lot on Trueman rd.  SARGENTS BAY"  80' Wft Lot.        $32,000  250' deep and covered with, salal   and.  arbutus trees. Ideal location near end of  quiet street in West Sechelt. Power and  water to lot. " '>  GAMBIER ISLAND $12,000 .  Semi-   aterfront lot at Thornboro Bay.  Call Anne Gurney.  HALFMOON BAY Low Bank Wft. $35,000  Beautiful lot with 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. k<!  EASTBOURNE KEATS ISLAND $46,500  Very attractive 2 bdrm Gothic Arch with  6'25 sq ft sundeckrSE exposure. Call'Anne  Gorney.  ACREAGE  NORTH ROAD $27,000  3.4 acres, treed and parklike, No windfalls  , or underbrush. Access from side road for  .'privacy.i.Call Jay Visser,  GIBSONS OFFICE SALES STAFF  JAY VISSER  885-3300  ANNEGURNEY  886-2164  DON SUTHERLAND, Broker  885-9362  DAVE ROBERTS  886-8040  GEORGE COOPER  886-9344  2 Offices to Serve YOU  885-3295    (SECHELT)  HOMES  Van. Direct  681-7931  Box 979, next to Gulf Station, Sechelt VON 3A0  WATERFRONT  GIBSONS      - ' $38,500  ��� Beautiful uninterrupted view from this'  oldef three bedroom family home. Large  living room and kitchen.* Pdrtial basement  with workshop area. Separate garage of!  -lane. Must beseento.be apprecidted.Tor"  "more information dn this well priced home  contact Suzanne Dunkerton. 92GV  WEST SECHELT $61,500  Magnificent ocean view from this  sparkling clean two bedroom home. Well  built and ��� insulated; with double pane  windows. Extra guest, suite for your  weekend visitors. Call Terri Hanson for  more interesting details.  CHAMBERLAIN RO_AD .   $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 home. Owner  built quality includes 2 fireplaces, shake  roof, double attached carport, double  glazed^windows, thejist_goes.on_and_on. .  Call Dave Roberts for appointment to  view.  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  IN THE VILLAGE $36,900  An open plan home with the kitchen'aqd  living room combined. This home has a  sunken tub and outside barbecue, two  bedrooms, two washrooms and a  fireplace. Great for.a starter_home. Call  Don Sutherland for more information.  54SV  HOME & ACREAGE $ 115,000  Stop if you're lookirfg for a Hobby Farm ���  you've found it ��� five acres of cleared and  fenced land. Large three bedroom quality  "family bonne with feature' fireplace,  several outbuildings, very large workshop  and second residence. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton for more-info.  FAIRVIEW    . $27,900  1974 Neonex trailer attractively set up on  landscaped lot.  LANGDALE " HOMES ^ $90,000  Fantastic price for a fantastic home!  Located on Langdale Ridge looking down ���  on the water & ferry terminal. The 1800 sq  ft home is fully developed on ttoo levels  and has features galore. Circular concrete"  driveway, spiral stairs-off thejoyer; .fully  fitted kitchen, large master bedroom with  walk-in closet. A truly quality home. Call  Don Sutherland for appointment to view,  63LD  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.  Im-  ~  mediate possession. Call_ Carry Ross".  " 'BEACH AVENiJE $46,500  Well built family home. 3 bdrms & nursery.  Covered sundeck, close to beach access.  WATERFRONT  ��  SECRET COVE $70,000  ��� Delighttul-grass-covered-penmsulo jutting -  southwest into long arm of Secret Cove.  " Nearly 370' of waterfrontage with older 2  BR cottage, deep water moorage and a  dock, A super buy. Call Corry, Ross. 52SC  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  Corrv Ross.  EGMONT WATERFRONT $,150,000  - Approx 20 acre of prime recreation land,  offering total privacy. Easy access ,tb  water, nicely wooded. Owner will consider financing. Call Ann Ibbitson or Don  Sutherland.  ROBERTS CREEK $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  Corr^Ross^^^^^^^-^  SUNSHINE". .; , , ��� ;  WafeHroot. lot. Hydro, water and sewer  hook-up available.'Boat launching ramp  approx' T50' 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 sites. A perfect  combination of privacy, view and  sheltered moorage. Owner will finance.  Call Don Sutherland for more info.     66EG  LOTS & ACREAGES  "TUWANE^^  View lot cTostMo beach. Vendor will carry.  Phone Terri Hanson. Priced at $10,000.  90TK  GRANDVIEW ROAD $13,500  Lovely building lof in Gibsons, Gower Pt.  In   area   of   new   homes,   close   to   all  amenities. Call Suzanne Dunkerton.  SANDY HOOK $10,500  Beautifully  unimpeded  view  up  Sechelt.  Inlet on this large building lot. Suzanne  Dunkerton.  ROBERTSCREEK $13,000 ���  Half acre lot with some lovely ti^ees. In the  hoart of Roberts Cteek. Suzanne  Dunkerton. - :  WEST SECHELT  Viow tot, approximately 90 x 150'.  Selective "clearing done. Phone Terri  Hanson'for more details. 82WS  BUILDERS TAKE NOTE  Side by -Side lots with magnificent view,  only $8,500 each. Call Ann Ibbitson.  WEST SECHELT LOTS . $23,500  Two lots side by side on Norwest Bay  Road. One lot with two frontages. Ideal  for investor or builder. Call Don  Sutherland. 83WS  SELMA PARK * -y^,    $12,300  Large building lot in developed area.'  Property has some large trees. Call  Suzanne.  REDROOFFS ROAD  Large lot with gentle slope. Good building"  site. Potential view, priced at $12,200 for  a quick sale. Phone Terri Hanson for more  -details. ! 8-1 RD-  SECHELT OFFICE SALES STAFF  SUZANNE DUNKERTON  "    885-3971  CORRY ROSS  885-9250  ANN IBBITSON  : 886-2542  TERRI HANSON  885-5046  OVER 800 OFFICES AND GROWING FAST  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts * Sales * Service  * Rotor La|hor Service for Disc Brakes  and Drurn Brakes  " Volvo and Seal Grinding  ' All Makes Serviced ~- Datsun Specialists  Gibsons Phone 8867919  ECONOMY AUTO PARTS LTD.  Automobile, Industrial  < anc) Bod/Shop Supplies  Sechelt  885-5181  SPECIAL DISCOUNT  To Sunshlno Coast Residents on Now Datsun  Cars R Trucks, Bank financing avallablo, Call  Colloct 9-5 p,m. \ ,  ART LEIGH Bus: 273-1661  D-01774A  BLASTING  '���V  Ted's Blasting & Contracting Ltd.  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED    ,,  * Ba*��m��nts * Driveways * S��ptl�� Tanks  Stumps * Ditch Lln��t  Call for a lr��o eitlmato ahytlm* '  683-2734      "Air Track Avallabl*"      683-2365  TED DONLEY PENDER HARBOUR  COAST BACKHOE & TICKING LTD.  * Controlled Blasting  * Septic Tanks Installed  FULLV INSURED * FRfE iSTIMATES  883-2274    ,   ,.u      u  ���,\Vv\   A.        A. \\   \   \    \    V       ,\X'\     ^    * *       ,  Dons Your Club or Group   ,  Report ^Activities Rejjularly to 'Th*Times'?  BUILDING SUPPLIES  A.C. RENTALS* BUILDING  ,    SUPPLY LTD.  '  , " All Your Building Needs ;_  Madeira Park Phone 883-2585  WINDSOR PLYWOODS  |th�� Plywood P��opU]  ALL PLYWOOD  Exotlc.and Construction  Panolllng ��� Doors -Mouldings  Gluos ��� Insulation  Hwy 101 Gibsons 886-9221  L ft H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  with Rbdl Mix plants  In Socholi & Pondor Harbour  Backhoos ��� Dumptruck* - Sand a Gravel  Porpols* Bay Rd��� Box 172, S��ch��lt  " PK: 8*5^5333 or W$$U6 "***'  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  Business Cards, Wedding Invitations,  Letterheads, Envelopes,  Raffle Tlckots.   -, ..������-��-*..- <��� .t,y,,,, ...,��. p  PENINSULA TIMES  Phono 805.3231  CONTRACTORS  T  \ BUD'S TRUCKING *'���  SAND ��� GRAVEL - FILL  last dopondablo sorvlco  PHONE 886-2952  Box 276, Olbsons  CONTRACTORS (cont'd)   L  ���       ���    -     p ������_    r.  VISTA IMPROVEMENT      '*  PROJECTS LTD.  CONTRACTING  434-4145 885-5087  M.W. TRANSPORT  & BULLDOZING SERVICES  CLEARING ��� EXCAVATION - TRUCKING  Comploto Sito Preparation ',',        ;  MurrqyWarmon       ' Halfmoon pay  885-5648  J.B. EXCAVATING CO. 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Blair Konnet, sales manager  Phono 886-2765  KENDeVRIESftSONLTD.  .   # ,    FLOORCOVERINOS  ,      .CARPETS ��� TILES - LINOLEUMS - DRAPES  GIBSONS **ECHELT  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  Kitchen Cabinets  Specialists In Remodelling  886-9411  Showroom In Twilight Thoatro, Gibsons  HEATING  SECHELT HEATING  ft INSTALLATION  Qai, Oil a Eloctrlc Furnaces  .Flroplacos; Shoot Metal-  ���, ��� -.-, '���<''  Wayne Brackett Box 726  ,p  - ���   ��� - -..-...       i  _,  Does Your Cl'ul�� or Group'       "  Roport Its Activities Regularly to 'The Tlrf es1?  PAINTING  ANDY'S PAINTING  Professional Intorior & Extorior Painting  Froo Estimate ;   ,  Commercial a Residential  885-5407  PEST CONTROL  PIED PlPER COMPANY LTD-  BONDED PEST CONTROL SERVICES  cqll Paul M. Bulman at 434-6641  706l6llleyAve. Burnaby  POOL SUPPLIES  NEPTUNE POOL SUPPLIES  Liquid & Dry Chlbrlno, pH Up and Down, and all  othor pool chomlcdls 8 suppllos, Tost KHs,  Vacuum Hoso avPool Accessories  ����w^^....,North.Road,-.GIbsons.'��^^��'��^  886-2103  V,   .   .1,,   .   ,'.���      ,'A         ]���;������,'  After 6 pm weekdays  all day Sat. a Sun.  PRINTING SERVICE  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  PENINSULA TIMES  Phone 885-3231  RENTALS  -     A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOblS a EQUIPMENT       RENTALS a SALES  .,.w,���..Joiy;%|R.,cpnsi.flt((.fpriTilnfl5y.��t��mi .���  Comprossdri ��� Rototlllors ��� O'uh^ralori  Pumps ��� Earth Tamperi >)   "   '  Sunshine Coast Hwy a Francis Peninsula Road  Madeira Park <��� Ph. 883-2505  RETAIL STORES  CftS HARDWARE  Sochelt, B.C.  APPLIANCES t~ HARDWARE.  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  ROOFING  ROOFLAND ROOFING PRODUCTS  Your One-Stop  Roofing Supply Centre  886-2489  SHOE REPAIRS  SHOE ft LEATHER REPAIR  Field Road  2nd houso behind Homestoad Rostaurant  CORKING BOOTS  �����'**-*�����"���� Open Mow-'Satr,*'? cr.m." ��� 3 p.m',*" -  885-5424  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Olbsons, B.C.     886-2700        ......  SALES a SERVICE  .! ',.' .,.���...., ,.��p-All;llrenJwA*ailbble     ���  Monday to Saturday, l��|30 a<n to 5:30 pm  Friday evening by appointment only  TREE TOPPING  PEERLESS TREE SERVICE" /  ������"Complete -Tree- Service;"-- ��� ������'���"-���  -Prompt, Ouaranteod, Insured Work  ��� Prkei You Can Trust  Phone J, R|sbey,  885-2109  *^^#��S!-3��-^-^^ T  >  :f  \ i  . i  \ -  AXX^iXi  ihe Peninsula Times  .-,_���j  (���"������  Book Look  By MURRIE REDMAN  AREA B RESIDENTS were not  -discussing football strategy at the  Welcome Beach Hail on September 2,  but rather a settlement plan for the  area. This group of residents from the  Sargeants Bay area want the plan to  make provisions for a waterfowl  -sanctuary-at the head of the bay.  THE AMTTYVILLE HORROR by Jay  Anson, Bantam cl977, 300 pages, $2.50.  MINDS   WITHOUT   BOUNDARIES   by  Stuart Holroyd,  Doubleday  cl976,   142  pages.  THE PSYCHIC MAFIA by Lamar Keene  as told to Alien Spraggett, Macmillan (St.  Martin's) cl976, 177 pages, $8.95.  The AMTTYVILLE" HORROR is a  frightening book, but as to the story's  authenticity: it is only for those who experienced it to know the truth. I tried hard  to believe it," 7 attributing the  manifestations of evil to strange powers,  but down deep, I knew they must have  been coincidence or hysteria or both.  There is an ancient background of'  -unholiness about the site, a river bank on  Long Island. Indians regarded it as the  place of bad spirits and avoided it. Then, of  course, there is the. mass murder of a  resident family by one of its members  claiming to have been^old to do it by an  -unseen-force. :   seen.  The text is concise enough to allow a  brief overview of the subject in a factual  and unprejudieial manner. AU kinds of  mental magic tricks! and actual happenings are laid out for the reader to  examine.  Something for the non-believer in the  outer limits of the mind, is PSYCHIC  MAFIA. Keene was one of the best fakers  in the medium world. He gathered in  flocks of spiritualists along, with their,  dollars to become a kind of high priest of  slickery trickery in the seance crowd.;  When he became a Mason, he decided to  tell all. And evidently there is a lot to tell.  l= Chiffon ectoplasm wafting about the  seance room, wired-up trumpets with  spirit ventriloquist voices emanating from  them and pilfering, pickpocketing accomplices who snatch "apports." for their  miraculous appearances are all part of the  act. Even whefif some mediums openly  admitted their fakery to their sitters, the  SYNDICATE  A GOOD INVESTMENT  COMPANY  \x ���   -  1 f-.lfmtU!Ft��nMt-m,K m. __  J.W. (Jim) BUDD ^  885-3397  Specializing   in   Annuities -and  Retirement Income Planning  The Lutz family, normal young people  with three lively children, were delighted  With the purchase,of the luxury home at a  bargain price. The property boasted a boat  house, swimming pool and four bedrooms  in a two and one half storey building. The  day they began to move in, unusual events  occurred. The priest who came to bless  their new house was beset with horrendous  physical problems. ���"���'  : The way the author of the tale relates  the progression of events, one can dispute  -them as chance. But as the story, unfolds,  the manifestations of evil become harder.-  to deny. Why is there a hidden red room  , beneath the basement stairs? Why do flies  cloud the window of the sewing room, a  place which rto one want? to enter? Why  .does the little girl suddenly gain an unseen  friend, Jody, a pig?'  ;  The movement of furniture, smashing  of doors and windows and stange noises  are more than I, a skeptic, can handle. I  must admit, however, to locking the  basement door the night I read the book. It  Is scary, much more so than The Exorcist  oil others of that genre. But believable? I  shfiU leave that up to you.  A book that does not call for  judgements, ls MINDS WITHOUT  BOUNDARIES. Holroyd just parades the  various theories, their proponents and  adversaries and leaves the decisions up to  you, the reader. The book is richly  Illustrated with photographs that are  sometimes quite bizarre. Ghostly  levltatlons, medium's streaming ectoplasms and ESP demonstrations can be  latter refused to believe they had been  duped. Spiritualism is an abundant  business today, proving there is one born  every minute.  How mediumry became a "mafia" is  borne out by Keene who admits to a  fellowship of mediums who exchange  information, however miniscule, about  customers so that amazing "revelations"  can be given over vast distances.  Keene in his story by Spraggett,: a  Canadian, explains that he is exposing,  only the fraudulent mediums, not the  genuine ones. (v?hatever that .rheans)t  Since his expose, Keener; haa~retomea\  money to both former customers and the  revenue department. He resides with his  "mother", a well-off woman who adopted  him. They live in Florida.  LORNE S. MILLER m��.  ELECTRONICS    W^  Marine .  Electronic Specialists /  VHF-Radar-Sounderc-Citizens Band  I0W OPEN  Overlooking tho horbour In lowor Olbwrw      j .oVw-*  'Acro** from tho Co-Op' jfe><*ivrS5!v  Cri,  Best  Western  Modern, 5 storey, lirtt class motor hotel, Good Ibcatlon - I block horn  bench, fellah Bay and Stanley Park, near downtown, ihoppln'g within 2  blocks, 125 attractively appointed air-conditioned room*, ftudlo*. efficiency  unit* and (ultra - each with private bath, color TV and phone. Dlnlno  Room and Coffee Shop, Lobnge with entertainment. Sample and Meeting  Rooms, Drive-In lobby and free parking,  1755 Davlo St��e��l. Vancouver V6G 1W5. Phonei 604-682-1031 collect  Tele* 04-51161 ;/"  BEAT THE RUSH!  BUY your Hockey  Equipment NOW  ,%,*.���:���-Hi:*^'*".".  ,'   -    Mlt",      '     1*'*W'T*r   */'"   '*��,.  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