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 :):....4  V^^  t?  -^-/-.-r/-  V  1 ���-,  -2nd" Class Moil  Registration No.  1142  Serving tho Sunshlno Coast   (Howo Sound to Jervis Inlet)   including Port Mellon. Hopkins Londing. Granthams'landing. Gibsons, RobertsCreek.  Wilson Creek   Solma Pork   Sechelt. Halfmoon Boy   Secret Cove   Pender Hrb. Madeira'Pork   Garden Boy   Irvines Landing,  Earls Cove   Egmont  Phone  885-3231  Union <*-'S(i3s��fr����7 Label  .LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 16���No. 38  StCfi  %m\  18 Pages ��� 20c Copy  A tongue-lashing  for Joe Harrison  cna; -    Wednesday, August 23,1978  JUST BEFORE THE finish line this   Pender Harbour Legion and Lions   lady was shaken up a little but was | crying baby and enjoy the food and  young couple took a s^Ujat_.jhe._Qub_First AnnuaLPicnicThe young- soon back on. her feet to soothe her ;- fun at the picnic.  Rezoning plan gets second approval  Regional board directors broke rank  last Thursday and directed an unusual  public tongue-lashing atone of their fellow  directors.  "It's stupid, irresponsible statements  likeJhis that are driving people away from  thenSegional District," said board  .Chairman Hariy Almond, referring to  comments on a Pender Harbour water  controversy attributed to Area A Director  JoeJHa'rrison in ayAugust 15 Coast News  "article  -. "I feel that Jee Harrison suffers from a  real acute case of verbal diarrhea," said  Area^ F Director Bernie Mulligan,  chairman of the board's water committee.. _  "He hasn't1 taken the time to tafiTto  myself or go over the minutes to find out  just what transpired during the time  Director (Jack) Paterson was director for  Area A. He hasn't taken the time to look  into how wef unction;" -���-._.  Sechelt Director.Morgan Thompson,  who is public utilities committee chairman, said, "My feeling has been expressed by the chairman of the board and  by Mr. Mulligan, but I don't vthink we  should berate it any further because Joe is  not'here to defend-his comments;"  Harrison was. represented in the  meeting by his alternate, Vera McAllister.'  He later told the-Times that the main  reason he didn't attend the meeting was  because he had to get up early the next  morning to attend a,Pesticide Appeal  Board hearing in Vancaqvej:.^ _    _   -  "Readmitted," however, that he had got  wind of the directors' planned criticisms.  -Askedif- her,were~ducking"sr icoriffonFation"  by not attending the meeting, he said,  "Truthfully, I guess thatVas part of it. I  didn't know what they, were going to say,  but I was sure 1 wasn't going to have a fair  opportunity to reply." :  The article which aroused the board's  wrath carried the byline of the Pender  Harbour   and   District   Ratepayers  Gibsons council has approved second  reading of the village's zoning amendment  by-law-despite protests made by local  citizens at a public hearing last Monday.  An overflow crowd of more than. 50  people crowded into the new, larger  council chambers ��� many to voice their-  concerns on the by-law, whi-jh would  rez'OAe "almost half" of foe.y-ilia&c to a,  higher density according to thg<village  planner.  "The residents don't want this place ���  it's beautiful as; it is"-��� to become like-  Vancouver," said Kathleen Long, who told  council members she was considering  moving to the area.  ���n-Mosthof-the-rezonings-wouldTallow-for-  residential uses of a higher density than is  ~now~permitted_by removing properties  from current Residential 4 and Comprehensive Development Area  designations.  Aid, Ted Hume, chairman]?? the village  planning committee, told residents that  the zoning amendments are being considered now because the current zoning  has "outlived its purpose."'Hume also told  members of the public that the amendments must be put through before implementation of the Gibsons Sub-Regional  Plan in order for the village to retain their  autonomy from the Regional District.  The Gibsons 'Sub-Regional .Plan  committee has endors9d creation of a  "buffer zone" In the southwest boundary  t  M was scared'  of the village where the rezoning amendment would create R-^-aonings and a  minimum lot size of 6,000 square feet. The  buffer zone suggested by .the committee  would consist of minimum half acre lots.  The council, has said 'half acre lots  would be too expensive to s?rvicy��"  ��/me members of the public /a; ��te  hea^igs attacked this, argur.i!&ai-r aiid-  asked council to reconsider^its decision.  1    "This rezoning does not benefit,-the  existing community," ^aid,!Richard  Abrams.. "Does it only stroke-the profit  parts of people's minds?"  ' Abrams called the plan "zoning blackmail"  and asked Hume whether the.  -rezoninghad anything40-dowith thetaxesl  needed for the neyv marina.  "No," said Hume, "it's going through  - marina-or.no. marina.":  Abrams then asked where~the extra  population that would be drawn; into the  village would find, employment considering the already high unemployment  in Gibsons, but was ruled out of order first  by other members of the public and then  : by the mayori  Several members of the public spoke in  favor of the amendments, but offered few  reasons for their support of the plan.  ��� Jon McRae, a Gibsons real estate  salesman and president of the Chamber of  Commerce, however, sakl he was in favor  of the rezonings as a method of keeping the  village autonomous from the regional  district.  Eileen Glassford, a longtime Gibsons  resident, asked Hume if a big developer  was interested in any parcel of the land  west of Shaw Rd. set for the rezoning.  Hume said that as far as he knew there is  not.  council were'generally heated, those who  spoke in favor of the plan were thanked*  politely by the mayor for their contribution to the hearing. "  When one member of the public asked  for a hand count of who was for or against  the rezoning or who wanted it postponed,  Association Publicity Committee, of which  Harrison is a member.,  Central to the article was the contention-that Pender Harbour developer  Michael Wise was circulating false in-  fomation~insupport-oticonstructiDn_j)La.  Regional District water system in the  ._ Kleindale area between the new. Pender  HarBbur SecondarxJichpol. and Wise's  , planned residential subdivision, about two  miles south of the school. .  Directors took strong  exception to  statenienns by Harrison in the article  which implied that the district's public  works department ��� was favouring  developers over residents and that the  district had attempted to impose  takeovers of water systems in other areas.  "To imply that the Regional District  waterworks department is just working on  its own with developers is just so far from  fact that it's ridiculous," Almond, said:  New proposals for waterworks systems  are first examined by a district engineer  "who then comes back with a report and  the board takes action or not as it seesrfit,"  he said. "The works superintendent does;  not initiate- or seek extension of the'  waterworks in any way."  With regard to the Wise situation,  Almond said, "Director Harrison was the  one who made the motion to explore the  possible solutions for Mr. Wise. He was the  one who made the suggestion ��� not the  board -r but we all agreed with him  unanimously."  Harrison's motion instructed Regional  District officials "to approach the South  Pender water system to see if they are  prepared to work out regional board  funding for Mr. Wise's - pumping and  storage system.".  Almond denied the implication in the  article that the regional board had attempted to subvert residents' wishes in the  Canoe Pass development controversy last  year.  The board would have voted down that  proposal "simply and solely on the fact  that the public hearing Was so strongly  joppqs^jtoJhe���strataJitleJdea,iLhe-said,-.  "To imply that the board was behind it is  an insult to the board.  "Worst of all is the statement that the  district works department tried to take  over the water system in Hopkins Landing. He didn't know enough about the  area even to get the place right. He was  obviously talking about the Granthams  Landing situation."  Almond said the board was first approached by the executive Of the Gran?  thams Landing water district about a  possible amalgamation, but that the plan  was scrapped after a public meeting in the  area revealed that the executive did not  have the support WTHe~^ler^stem"^r"  users.  "We__n_ever initiated anything there,:  and to imply that the  district works  department tried to take over another  water syytem is an insult to everybody  ��� See Page B-7  "Why not leave jhem_(the properties)! .Mayor Lome Blain hesitated and then topk  alpne?" she asked. ��� ~-   ^ quick for and agairistihow of bandsTThe-  ���,,��� Another man, who identified himself1  only as a resident, said the rezoning to an  R-3 designation would be a "complete rape  of the whole area," and suggested an R-l  zoning would still allow growth, but create  a more desirable atmosphere.".  "^'Why don't we just postpone this thing  result of the show of hands was roughly  equal, but many did not vote, apparently  waiting-for a postponement vote.  Council approved second reading of the  amendment bylaw at the August 15 council  meeting, one night after the public  hearing. TJieplan^was approved with the  Appeal board hears  local herbicide protests  Victor Kahlman;  "We really  need  jmtiLwdyeJHuL^^  Vi/>Tnp      KOttlmon        '*Wo     raolhr .   nockH      a v  ���ThevGihsons Building Supplies  property. Hume said there is a split in  zoning on that property that runs straight  chance to explore alternatives."  Hume, however, said again that the  rezoning must���be done before implementation of the sub-regional plan or  the village must abide by the plan's half  acre lot specifications.  "This meeting is really a waste of time,  then isn't it?" asked resident Pat Braithwaite. "You plan to go ahead with this  anyway, don't you?" '-.,'-,  Hume, told Braithwaite that although  the council is required to take the bylaw to  public hearing before approving it for  Victoria, It is under no obligation to abide  by the public's wishes,  "Then the whole thing tonight is just a  waste of time," answered Braithwaite.  Although exchanges between opponents of the rezoning plan and the  through the middle of the building. It is  ���beipg deleted now because It wiUhaye to  be rezoned in the future.  ���Two properties on Marine Drive, the  busstop and L, and G Furniture Store, that  will also need future rezonings.  ��� Seven lots on the edge of the bluff  owned by Advance Realty. A representative from the firm made an application,  at the public hearing to have the  properties excluded from the rezoning  because they plan a \ rezoning to a  designation other than the slated R-l. Aid  Lorraine Goddard said at the public  hearing the company plans to develop  luxury townhouses on the site.    /  The provincially-appointed Pesticide  Appeal Board heard five local residents  express their concern for the proposed  application of Tbrdbh^lOK pellets to sections of theB.Ci Hydrortght-of-way on the  Sunshine Coast at a hearing in Vancouver  Friday.  , ��� '/ ���   '  ���'  Two apppals against Hydro's application for the herbicide use permit have  been filed ��� one bylSecret Cove resident  John Grames and tht! second by the  Sunshine CoasLRegiohal District.  Lawyers fpr Grames and the Regional  District caJUed representatives from both  village councils, the regional board, the  South/Pender Harbour Waterworks  District  and  a  leading  authority  on  Sticide Use to give evidence against  pproval of the herbicide permit.  The permit authorizes Hydro to apply  Tordon 10K pellets to approximately 180  acres of the right-of-way ln the north  peninsula as a means of vegetation con  trol. Tordon 10K contains the herbicide  picloram, a substance, witnesses say,  there, is very little known about.  of the Orenda  .....   . . \^\  .!���'.  adventure should have cyaded the usual  .honours.  He docs recoil ono special tribute he  received ot the conclusion of a celebration  fpr them, "A big Maori man came up to  iho, We wore talking ond I thanked him,  nnd ho said, 'Wo thank you. What you havo  done, hns returned tho solf-rospcct to my  ancestors.' Ho must liavo weighed 300  pounds,and tho tears wero Just rolling  down bifl faco. It who beautiful."  . Tho Orenda's 3|500 mllo voyage  through stormy sons wasn't nn adventurer's lark, but a methodically  planned ��� nnd onco previously thwarted  ��� effort to prove that tho Pacific Islands  may havo been visited, or even originally  settled, by northwost const Indians, such  as tho HnldM.        ���  Tho adventuresome Haldas covered  enormous distances nlon^ tho Pacific  Coast some 1,200 years ahd more ago,  travelling ln hugo war canoes, somo1  almost twice tho size of tho 40-foot Oronda,'  ��� 'Wo a known fact that the' JJaldas*  mado It ns fnr south as, Santa BarbaBr,"  said Tomklea, "There's evidence oMbhht  extending qs for ns Now Zealand."  He unravels a  staccato  list of  corroborative evidence,  Tho Hawaiian  somchov^nono of tho formal ccrcniQnlca,���iangua80Jiossomo 200,words in coinmon,  planned   for  tho   group  ovor   quite   with tho Huldos, Somo pf tholr gods aro  materialized, sold Tomklos, grinning )��t  .similar:. ,'fi��'o4biwuill��WJiliwy*>bullt,tholr  ���a<�� mmimmm ^t;tiielOnusual_ll:::,:: < _������ i��hr�� m  '        ��� ��� ',, '      ' ��� .  '. '*""'* "rrr"l """'���  By DENNIS FITZGERALD  Richard Tomkies stubbed out a  cigarette on a wooden bench outsldo his  Silver Sands home and paused briefly it\  tho telling of his saga. "I've never sailed  anywhere in my llfo before."  has just returned from a soiling expedition  which will likely provoke arguments  among anthropologists for decades.  Bu then lt was a strange trip, says  Tomkies, And awesome. And humbling.  On Juno 29, Tomkies, n 40-ycar-old  freelance writer, Joined two experienced  8eoment Geordlo Tocher, 61, and Gerhard  Kleael, W, at Santa Cruz, California, for  tho second log of a canoo voyogo from  Vnncouvor to Hawaii.  Twenty-nine days later tlio trio slipped  their lettered vessel, tho Oronda, Into a  Texaco dock at Wolklkl. Radio communication from tho Orenda had been  sporadic at beat, and Although Tomklos  says tho voyage was "big nows" In  Hawaii, their, arrival waa grootod not by  dignitaries dnd champagne, but with three  bottles of {top, courtesy of the Te*��CO  attendant. >  Tho mon received their hero's duo In  the ..cnsulniLj^a_oa^Utt..iilaiuUJ)ut-  "What^s the point of using something  we don't know enough about when there  .are other methods?" asked' Regional  Board Chairman Harry Almond. "Why  ��� take the risk? Hand slashing must be done  if there is* any chance of possible ill effects." ....  Merriam Doucet, who calls herself a  "very well-informed lay person on the  subject of herbicides," told board members that after extensive research she has  turned up very little information on  picloram.    ;  "Its long-term effects are really not  known," she said. "The government has  been remiss in not ordering a study done  on a chemical widely used in Canada."  Most studies done on the herbicide, she  said, have been done by the producer of  ��� Seepage B-7  Issomething  ?  bugging you  Is something bugging you? '  If so, and If It's fleas, veterinarian  Dennis Bnlley soys you havo lots of  company. A mild winter hos produced a  bumper crop horo tthis year.  "July was especially bod," says  Bnlley,' 'although, you know, every year la  a bad year hero."  Don't expect tho troublesome posts to  wander off on their own anytlmo soon,  either. Boiloy says fleu season won't end  until about mld-Octobor.  Meanwhile, between scratches, there  aro a?ow steps you can toko for tho benefit  of yoursolf and your pots.  I^cal pot storos liavo float powders  , especially mado for cats or dogs. Not all  pwdors aro sullablii for both, and tho '  quantities to bo used vary according to tho  animal's age. Unicorn Pots nnd Plants In  Sechelt has a Department of Agrlculturo  pamphlet which dotalls tho proper typos  nnd proportions of flon powders for different animals.  In many Instances, however, tho  problem may bo more complicated. Bolley  saysanimulflbrpugbt to him eltcn have o ,  host of other problems, somo of which may  bo related to fleas but net easily corrected  by tho simple application of a powder'��� an  allergic reaction to tho flea bites, for Instance.  lr?u  RICHAHD TOMlES,' 40-j^aPC:^". hom^UUrhis family now' after a 39-.. Hawaii In a 4W(Jbt ennoo.  Pendor Harbour freelance writer, is   day voyage from iSnnta CrlMf tb  a,    It won't do you or your^ot ihuch good If'  ,:yp|i,dor>^^:;:��^��jr,ljiOH3o.^V.Mio same,*,.  A<.m.i; .1 ���>������*���-  -See Pago A-fl  4   \   ��t.- ���.., t..  ������I1     \  K IHHr��)<wMM*��W)MMPW��M*r4W-U   ei"1  \ ��� '/���;"  ~-'lA--\  .%'���  Page A-2      vv The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 23,1978  '-':���''���i',<��k&x*yy-*'A'mvM&:--?-���"';.'v-v,' _ ,'.-'���������'������ ���-'->;���x .a.?- '-ai . ������\-v,-.'..,  . '.'���������mmi^m\ms*m-:MMm^EmW--.,>wmwmmmmwm:-wmuammm;jmm��i mmm^-..mm^mmmm.--m  wym_\r..  \f;':\-��-)7y;7^77% 'k7"tk A.{-: X^X'-Ajreie preteis the. unsleeping guardian of ���  ;Dennis Fl&gfcrald; Editor'"���'���'���':'-���''/��� T Y^veiy other yightk that fiee. men prize,"    '.,  .-...,   5 .-'���-���:;    ' - ���';".-..���';'. '  }"������-'���  ���';'{��� \  '..,-. ;.';    .-.-'-  ���Winston Churchill "  Who's credible now?  "~ "There were a couple of muffled,  gasps in the regional board room last  Thursday when Gibsons Alderman  Ted Hume told directors that the  public hearing last Monday supported  the council's re-zoning proposal by a  3-1 margin. ���  -It -was the Times reporter's impression, confirmed by numerous  other persons at that hearing, that the  group was fairly evenly split'��� with  it does little to encourage respect for  local government when our  politicians demonstrate their unwillingness even to listen courteously  to opposing views.  Hume didn't exhibit any gr^at  knowledge of the re-zoning plan or of  the village's zoning by-law Thursday  when he misstated the minimum site  requirements for residential zones. It  wasn't a slip of the tongue either. He  perhaps a slight majority favouring   stuck by his figures even after they  the measure, but certainly not 3-1.     were challenged, then later admitted  Hume's-exaggeration was in-   to the Times that he had made a  dicative-of: council's attitudeiat-theT-mistake;::   :~ ���  :     :  -  hearing. Supporters of the, re-zdhing       it's more than a little astonishing  ,were  treated  with respect  and   to  us that the  chairman  of  the  Opinion  .Grass-root contacts with Canadians in  all walks of life are being pursued by  Parks Canada to determine how best to  develop Lake Louise in. Banff National   ���  Park.  "As one of Canada's great natural  beauty spots, I consider Lake Louise to, be  important to each of us," said William  Turnbull, director of Parks Canada's  western region in Calgary.  "The park happens to be in Alberta but  that doesn't make it exclusively Alberta's.  It's a national park ��� It belongs to every  Canadian." "       . .  Plans are being made to develop Lake  Louise and consultants have prepared a  discussion paper for public review and  comment. The paper offers options on the  type and extent of development that  should be undertaken. Copies of _a-.sunk__  mary .can be obtained by writing to:  Public Participation, Parks Canada, 134 -  11 Ave. S.E., Calgary.  \  courtesty; opponents wei;e abruptly  disparaged. Council apparently went  intdthe hearing with a closed mind7-  and they had little tolerance, for hay  sayers.  Hume's description of the two  village's planning committee does not  know such basic information about  -hisrpwn zoning by-law���and at a time  when a major application of that bylaw is attracting public concern.  The situation suggests that a little  "At least in this part of Canada we can sendthem to the.English school of our choice... when they're  not closed for Easter break, Easter Holidays, teg-Ctierslconventions, summer holidays... "  sides for the regional board was also/ more appreciation for the limits of  revealing.  "The vocal minority  tunie^out," he said, "but fortunately  the siient^majority turned 'out in  greater numbere."   -The-meritsrof-fee^e-zoning-^iside  one's knowledge is appropriate ��� not >  to   mention   holding. T)pen   thr  possibility that even the  vocal  minority has a valid point tO/rfiake  -now-and-then  Reffecth  ions  An untypical minister  By^Vern Giesbrecht  RE4DER'S RIGHT  Lockyer Rd. unsafe  Report from Victoria  e image  When Annette Reinhardt first came U\ natural change" that took place when she  Gibsons   to ^~Tnterviewed"for���the~^as~nrher-.early-20s: :������   ministerial vacancy in the United chur- <     "It was not just the fact that Catholics   The following is a copy of a letter to,  W.ETMefce'rTTJistrict Approving Officer,  Department of Highways:  -Editorr-The-Times *���������~���~ - -~~~~���~i -  top ends. That is not my problem ��� it is  betweenthe highways department and the  owner of the property, Mr. Peter  Christmas.  by Don Lockstead  MLA Mackenzie Riding  A new bout of tax and rate increases  wait while the Social Credit government  . tries io-pick.the.best jdateJoLa.provuicial_  election.  It may be sooner than we  thought.  As the weeks go by, it ajppears the  federal Liberals may wait until the spring  of 1979 to call their election. This creates  problems for Premier Bill Bennett. Many  of the activists in his party provincially  are active Liberals and Conservatives -  federally; A healthy - distance between  federal'and provincial elections separates  federal and provincial allegiances! Aft��r  all you can't ask a fired-up Tory to su<K  denly work hand-in-hand with a fired-up  Grit he had been battling only weeks  before. ���:-'A..A  Another factor in the election timing is  the state Of the economy. Not only have the  Socreds failed to "turn the economy  around", as they used to say before the  last election, they have encountered new  pitfalls. Earlier this month the Conference  Board of Canai^.;pr^i^d'"that' all  . Canadian provinces will; experiehce  economic growth in the remainder pf the  year ��� all provinces with one exception:  British Columbia.  At the same time other economic  analysts are predicting that housing,  construction in the UJS. is in for a fall next  year. If so, the lumber market ��� the life  raft of the B.C. economy these past two  years -r could sink.  Faced with these bleak predictions,  Bennett may decide to seek another  mandate as quickly as possible. He knows  there Is a point where unemployment rates  become politically unacceptable to the  majority of the public that is employed.  He knows wo have been very close to  ,that point for the past two years. Will that'  point be reached this winter when perhapy  120,000 British Columbians will bo out of  work?  The Insurance Corporation of B.C. has  already let lt be known that auto insuranco  premiums will be going up at least by 10  por cent. This "leak" lias some strategy  behind it. At this point I would not bo  The Peninsula^imeb  I'uollshed Wednesdays nl Seehell  on B.CYs Sunshine Const.  ,   ...*.'..... .,>_.: .���,.,   Tlie Pi:ninsii|n Times  1'or Weslpres I'uhllcatlons Lid.  nt Seehell, B.C.  Box 310 ��� Seehell, B.C.  VON MO  Phone 885-3231  Olllco hours! 8i,10 n.m.  lo.Sp.m. Tues.'SiU,  Subscription Rules: (in ndvnnee)  Local, $7 per year, Beyond 35 miles, $8  U.S.A., *l(). Ovuritons.SI I".  surprised to see the ICBC rate increase  publicly squelched by,-the cabinet. That  wjoul4jnakeJhjemJo^k.ggpd^Then after  the election, if Social Credit wins, the rate  increase will goahead f ar exceeding.the 10  per cent.  In the same fasion, Finance Minister  Evan Wolfe has been announcing the sales  tax will not be put,back up to seven per  cent after the federal grant is removed in  September. There is "something rather  hollow in that announcement.  Jt reminds us of the time Bill Bennett s  sending telegrams around the  province saying he would not close down  the sulphite mill at Prince Rupert if Social  Credit were elected. YOu remember the  sulphite mill at Prince Rupert. That's the  one they closed down within a few months  after Social Credit was elected ���..������'  ches in Gibsons and Dayis Bay, the  parishioner who was showing,her.around  told her frankly: "I'd better warn you, ypu  have twoTstrikes against you���you have  no experience and you're a woman."  . Fighting an impulse to takVthe next'  ferry back to Vancouver, where she was in  the middle of final exams at the Vancouver School of Theology, she stayed on,  enjoying the scenery, and by evening,  when the interview took place, she was  "perfectly relaxed" because she knew she  wouldn't get the position.  To her surprise, the "pastoral charge  didn't ordain-women priests. I knew if I  stayed in the Catholic Church I'd have to  create my own job. Ultimately being a  Catholic didn't matter as much as living  out my commitment to Christ. I felt this  might take me beyond the limits of the  Catholic Church."  Her parents found it difficult to accept  her decision to'become a minister in a  Protestant church, but they later became  "very supportive" and drove to B.C. for  her ordination. They were also in the pews  four days later when Annette preached her  first sermons in the,St. John's (Davis Bay)  'was  ervision  wont  Pender dump  Editor, The Times: <X",,  This letter Is In reference to theiAugust  9 article "Dump contractor asks for action  ��� or quits." t  Dick Derby said he has problems  getting Pender Harbour residents to dump  their garbage within the designated site.  The regional director's simple answer is to  hire a part-time supervisor to correct this  situation. If any of the directors had taken  the time to lookinto the problem~arthe  dump, they might have como up with a  financially feasible answer.  The dump Is set up in a way that you  havo to bock your vehicle down to the end  of a narrow road approximately 200 feet  over gravol, metal and glass and then try  and throw your garbage over the bank. If  just one person doesn't drlvo to the extreme end of tho road, but dumps oh the  .roadway, no other vohlcloa can got by, so  the pile l&cjks up tho road to tho "oven door  sign" that says "No dumping hero." fiut  whoro else can you dump It? It's as closo  as you can get to tho so-called "designated  slto."  In order to supervise this dump the way  It Is laid out now you can't possibly do lt on  a,.part-time basis, or do thoy plan on  locking, up tho dump when tho attendant  Isn't on duty?      \ ,,.'...,  I'm sure If tho dumping area itself was  wldonod, and a couple of signs invested In,  tho problem could bo solved without  wasting so muchjnoncy. It's good to bo  able to eronto new jobs, but let's bo sensible.  Richard Hulllday  Gardon Bay.  Got the blues?  Want to get away from  It.all?'  Jakeawalk!--���������~~  i#*wA��*'**'**-W*  :\  ���'���.���}'���'��� i-   '�������<'.'... im.-,  pnnmipacrmn^ e  Wai k a block.Today. ���  1 ���"��|' ���' i"��iii*-mmaaimmmmaim  commiftee'^was-impressed-with-her-and���and-Gibsons-churches,-Sept1_25,J9751  agreed that  she  should  be  the  new  minister. During almost three years on the  Sunshine Coast, Annette has slowly won  over most of t|ie church goers who felt a  young, inexperienced woman just couldn't  fill the role usually handled by men. The  Davis Bay and Gibsons congregations^  "were very surprised when she announced  ,; recently that she plains, to resign \ her j  ^pastoral charge Sept. 27 and take up new '���  ������ duties as minister of the United church.es  in Cumberland and Union Bay,  near,  Courtenay on Vancouver Island, and on  Dertman Island.  ' "It's going to be hard to leave because  the people here have been terrific biit I  have a strong sense of call from God to  .move and that's why Pm going," she said.  Annette probably doesn't fit anyone's  stereotype of a minister, and for a lbng^  time, this fact bothered people. They'd say  things like, "You don't act like a minister"  or "You're such a young girl to have such  a responsibility/'- and sometimes they'd  react coolly to her efforts to inject more  warmth into the worship services.  "     Women ministers are stiU somewhat of  a novelty; when Annette was ordained in  late September, 1975, she was one of two  ordained   ministers   in   the   United  Church in B.C. Now there are live in this  . province and more than 100 in Canada.)  Apart from her youth and her sex,  Annette's vyarm, lively personality was  another thing that parishioners couldn't  quite adjust to at first. The congregations  soon discovered that their new minister  invariably greeted them with a friendly^  "! "f''Go^~"'I^rni?ig*'"~eacIT' 'Sunday, I6ved'~  singing and laughter, preached sermons  that sometimes made them uncomfortable  and worked hard at developing a warmer,  moro personal atmosphere ln ttie services.  Pastoral visits became a large part of  her ministry, as she tried to get to know  tho 220 families In her charge. "The more  visits I mado, the more confident I became;  that I should be doing tho visits. People  appreciated knowing that a the-Church-  cared about them.,To them, I represented  tho church."  Funerals became an Important source  of pastoral outreach, and wero often occasions ln which sho could "drop my  1mlrtist6ti's mask jand relate^toothers as a"  person." -  Somo people's Image of what a minister  is, needs changing, she says. She purposely didn't wear a clerical collar and felt  comfortable being called^ by hor first  "'name. v   ">   "I'm Annette first before I'm Rov.  Annette Reinhardt, Some people have  such a solemn idea of what a,minister is  nnd seem to take It for granted that every  minister Is a saint, I'm certainly not a  saint and I couldn't Identify with pcoplo If I  was." '  Annette says sho sometimes finds it  difficult to find tlmo for relaxation but sho  enjoys playing brldgo nnd backgammon,  knitting and ploying tho piano, and she's -  recently taken up tennis.  IVTnrrlngo Is not an Issue for hor right  now, but It's not out of tho question, she  says. "Tho most Important thing for mo  *~���* She had a Catholic upbringing- in-  Waterloo, Ont., studied nt tho University  of Waterloo, St. Michael's College nnd  Vancouver School of ^Theology. Hereon*  ���, jvoralonlf rpi#^tholloUm-.w��8 ~a J'*low,  Annette remembers feeling very  nervous and "pn display", though she had  preached frequently in Saskatchewan and  Vancouver during her Master of Divinity  ���studies. What she recalls most vividly  about that first Sunday is the response of a  woman who came up to her after one of the  services, threw her arms around her and  ��� exclaimed, "I think you're going to, be ,  great."* ^\.  Annette says, L"Thft^-voman has  become a good friend, but I stiudon^tthink  she knows how much that meant tome^  Among the highlights of her.ministty.;wt>  the Sunshine Coast were her involvement  in the ecumenical groups that met  regularly in the SOchelt area: since the '  season of Lent in 1977, and the invitation  she received to give a three-hour session  on coping with death and dying, as part of  the homemakers' course earlier this year.  VTo be asked to be involved in the ,  cpmmunity like this (the homemakers'  course) was a real breakthrough."  Annette summed up her experience in  her first pastoral charge this way: "I  certainly have been loved and appreciated  here and I hope that the Church on the  Sunshine Coast has grown. I've learned a,  lot during my time here. Like any new  minister, I guess, I had starry-eyed  visions, and it didn't take long to haye  some of them' shattered. Much to my  shock, everyone's dreams for the Church  weren't mine, I had to live with the fact  that some people are quite content with the  Churgh���exactly-the���way-itJs._I!m much.,  more patient now, and I've learned the  difference between having confidence in  my own Ideas and forcing them down other  people's throats.  As a residing taxpayer of the Lockyer  Road area I've 'become very concerned  with the condition of this road above the  black top���I can only assure that ypu are  unaware of this condition as it is Highly  dapgerous.  I am a real estate salesperson on the  Peninsula and there are only a few roads  that can compare with Lockyer (above the  black top) for lack of safety.  The Roberts Creek Community  , Association Tias written to Mr. Forsyth  requesting a meeting with him. We have  had, as yet, no reply. There is a legal  problem it appears ��� in that Lockyer  _Road goes through private property at one  poinfTTTaffi'ely the-point-at-whiehthe black  The school bus will not go up this road  because it is too dangerous ��� but there are  ���thirty-two(32)childrenwho need to usethis  bus service. What would be done if one of  us lost one of our children on their way to  school? Would the road be fixed then?  There are approxinately 40 vehicles  above the black top^and I find myself  escape head-on collisions at least once a  week ��� and carsare towed out of the ditch  on a regular basis.  The road is narrow with blind corners,  and the road surface is gravel which is in a  state of washboard most of the time.  I strongly urge you to look into this  matter before someone is killed, or  seriously hurt.  Suzanne Dunkerton  Who pays for this marina?  Editor, The Times:  Did you know that:  *'.l. The Village Council has a budget of  $10,000 to promote and "study" a proposed  marina?  2. An extra $1,750 is budgeted for advertising the cause?  3. From January to Junie of this year  ^$4,800 has already been spent?  %>Point Roberts Marina, a 45 minute  drive frorn^Vancouver, has 300 vacant  'berths-at-tlie^irioment?---'-'-----^'-^  '5.;;Reid���Point.Carina in Burrard Inlet  has 150 vacant berths now and facilities to  increase their morrage to 1,200 berths as  required?  v 6. Thirty-five boat building companies  went out of business last year in Van-,  .cbuver?',  Itwould appear we have al,l gone crazy.  Who is going to berth at our fancy marina?  Tourists?  Who fe going to benefit? Merchants?  Is the Village Council prepared to pay  the opponents of the marina $1,750 for  advertising their opinions?  Dear Taxpayers, thee and me are  paying for it all. '  If the private enterprise folk in this  small village want more business, let them  take the risk and put-up the money for a  . marina. Letts put a stop to this nonsense-  right now before any moro of our money is  thrown away. ,  The Council complains they have had  no feedback on.this question. Please write  a letter or phone an alderman to make  your views known now.  , Thank yojj. Pat Braithwaite  '"' "! Gibsons  Thanks to all  who helped with  the Caivalcade  pageant  Editor, The Times: /". '  I would like to thank everyone who  helped me with the Sea Cavalcade  Pageant. Special thanks to Jennifer  Thompson who convened the fashion show,  Graham Edney, the MC of the pageant,  Jean Milward, choreographer of the skit,  Kim McHugh, piano accompanist, Diane  Strom who assisted with the Queen's Ball.  "'The judges Mr. Morrow, Mrs. Brad-  shaw, Mrs. Tracey Hamilton, Mr. Terry  Maxfieldand Mrs. D. Kearney and all the  Queen contestants, who were just great.  Also the news media who gave our pageant  such excellent coverage. We wish Queen  - Molanio-Mahlman-good4uck_atJlie_ENEl,.  pageant:  Marian Alsager  Co-ordinator Sea Cavalcade Queen  Pageant  )Xi i'i;  y^iSMi  ?A m irx ||  fXXMfkXki  ���:l"'-:''X'iXA7y:v:  \ "x i *' f ih $  :,XA  I Hi X   1$ fc  v\\V,   wy  1       I ''"���'.'  k   ,i';!ik,,<1  *   :'<,.    k*.    '���H.-r.'i-  !    ;������;���'���'    !v!W.   A*  ��� i   ! 'f'*' %;<i^ f  A    v,    A '"''   J  -v  'NKS  liili  JlHlX  I  ANNETTE} Ueinhardt minister bf   Davis Bay, was told she had two  -the-United-aur(to<w%'^G^^^^  here.��� no experience nnd boing'a",  '\tlKflXJff��~J^*^r''-fi' ���������i-p''**-*^'.p-i-,:i'p'iv*^��.��.~i.;.,%..ntnt-k,,!--,?:*  ^���-���.���vyV'  t   V     t   *m<        1 I'"'  ��� "���������^���r  *   V      -**��>����!*.  ���   I   > �������� �� ���    ��� >   -  fw*0t��**1����*i*����tet"t*^^*i^* )-finM(ltOT��i*��->  ^fto-lif Wf iltfjViu-U** "t*W W  ,i^(-W-#WW-����rS^^  IV  v"*V . ��� /  MORE ABOUT  ��� The voyage  ���From Page A-l  doors facing east, facing the presumed  land of their origin. Their legends refer to  coming from a place where the trees shed"  their leaves and where you could walk on  water.  "That means ice," said Tomkies, "and  that would be north, not central America.  "It's also important to know that the  Haidas didn't perceive the ocean as we do,  some vast body of water. And they  didn't think it was flat because they had  enough sense to know that if it was, the  water would all flow off. They thought of  the ocean as a river, and when you travel  along it you come to some place. It's an  important philosophical concept."  The voyage of the Orenda, however, did  not simply demonstrate that the^Haida in  their great canoes could have come to  Hawaii. It also showed that, lost or running from some enemy, the Indians would  inevitably have been pushed towards  Hawaii once in the grip of the Japan  Current and prevailing winds off the  California coast.  Tocher attempted the voyage once  before in 1972 and made it as far as Bodega  Bay near San Francisco before his cedar  canoe was dashed' to bits against the  coastal rocks.  Undaunted, three years ago he sold  some property he owned across the highway from Tomkies and lived on that  money while he laboriously carved the  twin-masted Orenda, this time from a  Douglas fir felled in West Vancouver.  The 22-foot outrigger was fashioned  from a cedar - that Tomkies says - "a  shakesplitter for somebody cut down  across the road from here. I found the tree  and we 'liberated' it.",  He laughs. "Forestry caught us, and it  cost us $26."  ���^A7f-air-investment-on~a-v-essel,���which~  since the voyage, is likely destined to  become a museum exhibit.  But if his association with the adventure extends back several years,  Tomkies' place among the crew came  about almost by accident.  He had made tentative plans for a story  on the Orenda with Readers Digest; but  was in Alaska when Jftegrpyp set out from  Vancouver on May 14, with karin Lind, a  Capilano College anthropology teacherras  the third crew member.  Uncertain that he still had  Wednesday, August 23,1978     The Peninsula Times   Page A-3  with minor dilemmas, such as trying to  improvise a rudder after -their third and  final one had been smashed.  "That was a funny thing. Right before ���,  we left Santa Cruz, this guy gave us a little  bag and_^a_id,_lTake_.ti>esej^h,^u, you_  might need them.' It was a bag of nuts and  bolts, and we couldn't have made our  fourth rudder without them. He really  saved us with the most improbable gift."  Most of the trip was consumed with the  continuing tasks of just sailing the Orenda,  standing watch and "keeping things  working in those big seas. Everything was  loosening all the time, and you can't really  get them tight again with just your hands.  You just have to keep tightening them  back up." ' \  -    .  About 300 miles from Hawaii, the men  jettisoned half their water supply. "We  carried 96 gallons of water, and it was far  too much. We' threw away about 50  gallons; it was slowing us down. Well, we  didn't exactly throw it away, we washed  ourselves and our clothes."  Drawing nearer to land, they resisted a  premature celebration. "Somebody in  Santa Cruz had given us a bottle of  champagne and said 'drink it when you see  land.' We were just itching to get hold of it,  and kept thinking maybe we should just  drink it now and we can throw the,botUe���  over when we see land."-  "--"  Their first sighting of land was  Hawaii's 13,700-foot-high volcano, Mauna  Loa, but for a time, said Tomkies, they  thought the dark peak was simply a cloud.  Manoeuvring' the Orenda towards"  their desired destination prompted a;rare,  if. unintentional, joke from Tocher.  Tomkies said he found it difficult to un-'  derstand the captain's irritation with their  awkward progress towards Oahu ".until  Tocher- explained, "There's too damn  many islands in the way."  One might expect exhileration at the  prospect of finishing such a long and  outrigger, shearing every bolt which held  it to the Orenda's main hull. The lashing  held, but the canoe's manoeuverability  was drastically impaired.  "My reaction was we've got to run for  shore. I said, 'What now? Do we head  back?' But Geordie said we'd never make  it. If we had the outrigger downwind of us.  for two hours, it would break up in the  swells. The nearest landfall was Hawaii,  1,400 miles away. So there it was again. All  the little things we'd thought about and  therorized about were becoming' very  clear to us."  Tomkies said the men. ate mostly  - canned food, but caught a number of fish  and could have subsisted entirely on fish.  "It was easy catching them. The bloody  things kept flying right into the boat, and  we had to throw them out."  Flying fish, he says, really do fly. "I  saw some of them fly for 300 or 400 feet and  manipulating in the air, turning, catching  the wind, rising up and down. They were  just amazing."  Although the Orenda was pushed along  by healthy 30 knot winds for most of the  journey, there was a period when the trio  anticipated a most unhealthy increase to  hurricane strength.  "Some of the boats in the Victoria-Maui  race came close enough for us to hear  them on the radio, and I was listening one  night about 7 when I picked up this very  strange conversation.  "It was fading in and out, but I could  hear this woman talking, to her husband  obviously, and she was yelling on the  radio, "You get back herelWe need you! I  thought, god, what the hell is going on?  "I didn't, know exactly where he was.  Then there was a little kid, a little girl,  crying her eyes out on the radio, saying  iDaddyr-come-4)ack! rDon|t-.get^  there!' And she was really crying until  they took her off. ���*��� '   ���-   "Then this guy came on and said, 'Do  you want an update on the hurricane?' and  the boat said, "No, it's okay.' That's how  we found out." ,;������:-,  Tomkies said that he immediately  begah searching for a signal on the  Orenda's AM radio and managed to pick  up a Very faint broadcast from a stationlh  Hilo. "I couldn't hear; much, butlt said the  beaches were evacuated and there were  southwest winds in at 60 knots. That con-  exclusive  rights on the story, Tomkies n��de plan^to-^vinced^me itwas ipoving towards us  fly to Hawaii a few-days before the  Orenda's arrival there, xent a boat, and  meet the party in mid-sea to negotiate.  When the Orenda was forced to put into  Santa Cruz, however, Tomkies promptly.  When Tomkies relayed the news to  Tocher, "Geordie just kind of grunted and  went and laid down for about an hour;  'There was no excitement at all. It was  ju^n^~pveTthere?rY ~7  Once off the Orendla, Tomkies' first  impression was-that "I couldn't walk. It  wasn't just that thTmotion wasn't there  anymore. I hadn't. usejLmy legs like that  for so long."!.  Heroic arrivals on foreign shores are  normallymomentsofsome consequence,  but even after the Texacojittendant's  offering Of pop, rewards, for the Orenda's  crew were slow to surpass local fare.  "This American tourist came over and  said, 'Have you got any beer in that?' I told  him wehadn't had any beer in three weeks  and was thinking, pf all the bloody impertinence. He said, 'I ihought not; then \\e__.  ���MWr'ffi f- *"' -'*���"  -headed southrHe^offfirmed his deal with  Tocher, but the expedition at that point  was .one crew member, short. Lind was  sick and couldn't continue.  "Geordie said to me, 'Oh, by the way,  why don't we drop you off in Honolulu?1"  Tomkies was game immediately ��� '"I  wasn't ever worried for myself, being  killed or anything" ~ but he liad a wife  and four young girls waiting for him back  on the Sunshine Coast. "I didn't think I had  the right to put them through the kind of  anxiety they'd go through if anything  should happen. The waiting, not knowing."  ... But after several days of deliberating,  -thedecision was made and Tomkies was .  aboard when the Orenda set sail from  Sante Cruz under clear skies on Thursday,  June 29V : : ' .'  '  ���  During the next 10 days Tortikies  discovered the-sea that had reduced Lind,  during the, last part of her journey, to  huddling immobile at one end of the canoe.  The clear skies vanished and were  replaced by a heavy, persistent cloud-  cover which overhung the Orenda for  almost all the journey. Twenty-five foot  swells swallowed the canoe, obliterating  all sight of the horizon except for those  fleeting seconds when the Orenda would  hover on the crest of a wave, an insignificant cork bobbing among mountains,  of water in an endless sea.  "I was scared. I wanted the radio to  work. I wanted to make contact with ships.  I wanted somebody out there to talk to  mo."  It was cold and it was Impossible to  stay dry.  "The ocean wns amazingly salty.  Maybe three times the salinity of tho  wator hero. When you got a mouthful it  was like the strongth you'd mix to induce  vomiting ln someone. It was a bloody  nuisance...When It dries, you'ro covered  with salt, and then at night lt just sucks up  tho moisture again. The first 10 days were  so cold and wet and miserable, wo didn't  even undress."  But If tho cold and tho wet persisted,  ,*tho.ieat..pa8scd.,JL,At.,8onie,��point.J.Juat.<  realized.,.tho sea was very big, very big,  nnd tho sky jvns very, very big, nnd wo  were very small. I Just accepted my placo  nnd relaxed and tho tension was gone."  Three men living virtually on top of ono  ,nnothcr nt sen for a month: tho setting  Btiggcsta a  potential  for  insanity  or  violence.  "Gerhard was the yotingest guy  commissioned Into Uio SS In Uio last war,  nnd I'm English, so thcro could hnvo been  Bomcthlng there. But wo were getting  along better at tho end. Wo discussed Uils  problem quite a bit.  "I asked him, 'What do you do about  this?' And ho suld, ovory tlmo you fool  yoursolf Retting Irritated with someone,  you 40 notaothlng nioofon4hom.lt makou^  them feel good nnd lt rnnkca-you feel good.  I tried It and It's really true,  "I'd find myself thinking Uint I hadn't  Raid much to Gerhard, that I'd been  ignoring him. So I'd ijmkc him a cup of  coffee before I >yoko him up for his watch.  It wn�� up ��� small feat making n cup of  coffeo."   'v  4,-.. About 600 miles off tho coast of Mexico,..  ��� a hugo^fuvQ ,sm��sl����4^*TX!* ��M*-r".tex  When he got up, he sa^eJ[g^U^p_^ent^way^nd-^-^^  mafereverythiirg^strong would tak^Ss   bottles of Olympia."  about two weeks. So if the weather turned  ' against us, all we could dp, was lash down  nine things ��� three of them was us��thre��!  water canisters and three food canisters.  Everything else would just float away."  : Traikiessaid he had visions of mammoth waves to come, but Tocher, who had  once weathered a typhoon at sea, said  "there weren't any waves at all. The whole  sea was flat and the top twp feet was {oam  moving over you at about 130 miles an  hour. :.���...    ,.'. .,'������ .  "There wasn't any fear. We'd come  past that. It was just like, Oh, Christ, what  a thing to happen!"        ...���-���������:-y---~:,_~-i..  The Orenda, however, was spared a  hurricane, and in the absence of such  major Crises; thecrew busied themselves  Tomkies' job now is a book on the  voya^ge^or Simon and Schuster, with  perhaps a condensation in the Canadian  edition of Readers Digest.  /Has the whole experience changed  hum? "No, not really," he says.  . Then catches himself, and starts again  with a definition. Orenda is an Iroquois  word, with no exact English equivalent.  "It means something like to-be in  harmony with the prevailing forces of;  nature~.not_iiLharmony exactly, but to go  with! You have to realize that out there  you're very small. It teaches you humility.  T; don't think I can ever be afraid of  anything again ��� not of anytliing natural.  "Yeah, humility is what it is; I've  changed that way." ��  ELPHINSTONE SECONDARY SCHOOL  REGISTRATION  1. "Adults who wish to register for part or full-time classes should  contact the Principal at 886-2204.  2. Students new to the area should contact the school as soon as  possible in order to ensure registration In the'classes of their  choice.  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Ap-'   ���"���VBW *���*  ��f fl-MM       -**?-*���  ^W^^W*^  S-V;SW^^Mr*Wr*!I��W''>WW*<l^^l!!^^  \  I I  1 I  ;  ./ K   '  tx  ���mt3*ZKB*3^1B<3>*JS<S> tC2X3IK3X<3DCKJF<3B*J**Jt KjifZaiJ>'tJa*'-a***&<3''\$'<&&'���  ���<S��J7<3��0>^>^3i.  mmmmmmmmmmm  COMMUNITY  XXJUmmV    W fl JL  Page A-4      The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 23,1978  The Creek runoff  Creek boogie  /"  By Annie Dempster, 885-3326  COMING  THE HALFMOON BAY Fire  Department was called to'put out a  fire on the back of a truck last Friday  just east of Trout Lake onHighw?iy  101. The blaze started irTthe Back of  the A.C. Rentals and Building Supplies truck when the exhaust ignited  an uiserhanging,,, load of lumber.  Damage to the load was slight.  -^ Photo by Jud Wickwire  It is suggested that you purchase your  tickets early tor the dance on Saturday,  September 2, to be held at the Roberts  Creek Hall. Tickets are available as usual  at Seaview Market. The band, "La  Tropical", has performed in the Creek in  the past and had been warmly received.  La Tropical hail from Vancouver and are  well known for their reggae music.  The proceeds from the dance will go tji&  Roberts Creek Community Centre.  EARTH TREMOR  If you felt the earth tremor on Friday  evening around seven, you were not alone.  Some folks thought it was from blasting,  some had visions of trees falling, and some  ���knew-it was an-earth tremor-from-past-  experience, as we have had several over  the years. The first one we experienced  some ten years ago in Lower Gibsons,  caused us great concern for awhile as we  thought our stove was going to, explode  when the lids to our oil cook stove started  to dance. We recall being relieved that it  was a tremor. Imagine how the folks in,  North S&nicji felt, as they must have"  really felt the impact of this tremor.  RAIN IS A BLESSING '  that come the early part of August we are  counting the days for school to start once  again. The kids start to get bored with all  their free time and the nit-picking starts.  They need to be entertained almost constantly and complaints of, "There's  nothing to do", are heard several times a  day. Many mothers will be only too happy  to give the apple's of their eyes up to the  brave and wonderful teachers come  September.  * A reminder that the school will be open  for registration from Tuesday, August  twenty-ninth. If you haven't registered  your child for kindergarten or you are new  to the area, it is suggested that you  jregister. _your_ chM_u��_.advance.__The  regular opening for school is Tuesday,  September fifth.  GHASTLY SLUGS  With all the rain we've been having,,  ev^ry repulsive slug in the land has come -  out oHts hidirigplace irseemsrTHefe are-  dozens of so called deterrents for them,  such as, saucers of beer to attract them  -and they will supposedly drown in the beer  (but you risk, the chance of your animals  HaHmoon Bay happenings  Bombshell  By Mary Tinkley, 885-9479  EARTHQUAKE AND UOMBSHEU, London are called "Beefeaters": Your  With the quietening down of the Redrooffs. correspondent, who lived for three months  beaches, Halfmoon Bay "has not. quite   in^he Tower of London can assure our  achieved its usual calm autonwaLpeace,_reaclersthat the warders stronglypbject-to-~  for during the past week we suffered an   being referred to as "Beefeaters". Their  earthquake and a bombsheh.__ ���;���T .correct description is "Yeoman Warder".  the bombshell was to discover that   They are Honorary." Members  of  the  while   the   Regional   Board   and   the   Yoemen of the Guarded are mostly,  residents of Halfmoon Bay were urging   retired sergeants with distinguished  the government to acquire Cooper's Green   service  records in Guards regiments  ^r^parkTouf TJociaTCredit government  being constantly inebriated) slug bait,  Although the rain has pyl, ajuendLto���having marigold&eveiywhere-(hutthen its-  been overheard that only the giant french  _mriety are effective), ringing your garden  in seaweed (wow, does that ever get high  when the sun comes out), cedar shavings  are also supposed to discourage the  repulsive little critters and everyone  knows that salt does the trick, if you want  to spend hours picking them up and salting  them down. It would be greatly appreciated if any one has some sure fire  method of discouraging the nasties.  beach bumming for some of us slouches,,  isn't it wonderful that so many men can  resume their employment ih the woods  and that it cuts the forest fire hazard. It  seems we take our beautiful forests for  granted a lot of the time until -it yis  threatened by lack of rain.  BACK TO SCHOOL  Many of us loolTforward fiTthe end of  June when school lets out and we can goof  off with the Kids all summer but it seems  \  \  \  '*iy  was quietly���all too quietly ��� negotiating  for the sale of the road allowance across  the Green. Cooper's Green is the central  point and the/heart of Halfmoon Bay; A  picturesque and historic spot, it has an  x ideal postion for a public park, being  almost the only place left along this  cdastline with level access to the beach  andthe road. It will certainly be a great  tragedy>,if it falls into the hands of the  developers,  COMMUNITY DATES      J  August 26 will b�� Bingo Night at the  /Welcome Beach>nall at 7:30 p^m.  Everybo4yis welcbn^e. j , ��� '_',;��� v.,'>.  " Oil Sunday, September 3JTEd*Nich6lson, ^  Regional Board Director Iqt Area "B" has  called a public meeting afyhe Welcqme  Beach Hall at 2 p.m. to consider a set-'  tlement plan. He hopes that ^steering  committee will be appointed frota the  meeting to plan the future of Area"B";,;  If you are a resident or property owner  of Area "B'Vahd are concerned as to its  development, what controls there, should  be on industrial growth and what should be  done to preserve the environment and  quality of the area, be"fc'tire to attend this  meeting. Area "B" stretches from"Wood  Bay up to and Including West Sechelt,  The annual general meeting of Area '  "B" Ratepayers^ Association has been set  for Monday, September 18 at 7:30 p.m. at,  the Welcome Beach HaU,'. ������ ',  FIRE BRIGADE ''  The garage sale organized by the  Halfmoon Bay Volunteer Fire Brigade last  weekend caused a traffic jam on the  Rodrooffs Road. The firemen had  collected such a wonderful assortment of  treasures, which included beds, mattresses, mowers, a grindstone, to say  nothing of kitchen gadgets and an excellent assortment of books. One highly  respected senior citizen was seen leaving  tl|o sale, victoriously wheeling a baby  buggy. Perhaps there is somo foundation  In the rumour that he is expecting to ���  .,lxicomQ:a,grandfoU)or.^Mw.^wUMW.��m^��j^  Though customers kept leaving with  carloads of bargains, more trucks continually arrived with furthor donations.  Two of the "firemen" who did a Trojan Job  of picking up donations wore Fran Rold  and Hazel Berthelet.  Tho sale would up on Sunday with tho  drawing of tho winner of tho raffle for a  snidko detector and flro dxUnguIsher. Tha  -winning numbers arc 086017rand 958176.-  Will tho holders of tho winning tickets pick  jip tholr prizes at tho Hnlfmoon Bay  Klrolwll this ��vetoing (Wednesday) between 7 and 0 p.m, or telephone Jim  Nygard nt B85-9370. The first clalmer will  lulvo tho cholco of tho smoke detector or  tlio flro extinguisher,  On behalf of the flro brlgage Fire Chief  Hold extends grateful thanks to all tho  friends who g��vo them such generous  fliipport,. Tho proceeds will bo used for tho,  purchase of much needed equipment for  Uie ttro department ........  UGEFEATEIW  An alftielo In Inst week's Tlmcs.ontltlod  "Tho English of It" states thtft tho warders who stand guard at tho Tower W<  i Though they wear the same picturesque  " uniform as the Yeoment of the Guard, they  have specific duties connected with the  Tower of London, and the guarding of the  crown jewels.' Thiey are not part of the  Royal Bodyguard which earned the name  "Beefeater" or "Sideboard Men" for their  services at the King's levees.  HERE AND THERE   With summer drawing to a close, it is  heartening news that cabelevision may be  -around to brighten our winter evening^.  TheTpreliminary work, in moving and  repairing hydro poles is almost completed  and Coast Cablevision expects to be atyle to  Start stringing their cable in the not" too  i^aistaht future. :������ ^  Stillim the sick list is*Ross Conquest  Happenings around the harbour  Arts and crafts    *��**  By Doris Edwardson, 883-2308  rtil  Today's Expressions  Are Tomorrow's Memories  A Professional 8x10 Colour Portrait  For^%^%|��  Choose from our selection of eight  scenic and colour backgrounds. You  may select additional portraits offered  at reasonable prices, with no obligation. See our large  Decorator Portrait. Satisfaction always, or your money  cheerfully refunded. ,  'roTessionai \  88  Aug.  - Wed. 30th ���  1 d am - 5 pm  Aug.  - Thurs. 31st ���  10 am - 5 pm  Sept.  - Fri. 1st ~  10 am - 8 pm  ��.  WESTERN  DRUG MART  Box 739  Trail Bay Centre  Sechelt, B.C.  The annual Arts & Craft Show sponsored by the Pender Harbour Health Clinic  will be held Saturday,-August 26 at 11 a.m.  at the Madeira fark Community Centre.  Be sure to take in this very interesting and  popular event. Coffee and cake will be  available. There is plenty of room for  those" wishing to exhibit their crafts.  HIBISCUS HAWAIIANS DANCE  The RC Legion Br. 112 are having their  annual]Hawaiijih^  p.m. This group have beeft very popular  with the Pender Harbour people. During  the evening, after folks have danced for  ^whilerthe-Hawaiii^Daneers-put~oh-a-  the Harbour recently Were Jean Rousseau,  Gladys Jones and Alan de St. Remy.  One sitting per subject���$1 pet^yttject for additional subjects,  groups, or individuals in the same family. Persons under 18 must be  accompanied by parent or guardian.  GR4ND PRIZEOR SAVE IT WITH THE RANK Of MONTR  floor show which is every ��it as good as  who was transferred on August 17 to Royal you would see on the Hawaiian Islands and  Family Hospital, Vancouver, for therapy: also there is no admission charged to come  -.... A Davidson dinghy, picked up by to thedance, Sandwiches will be availably  Robbie Robinson off tyerry Island is.'irtiH,;#.^,--bar'...'���,.'.-���,..������.-,v-' ;       ; ,  unclaimed. The nine-foot dinghy, painted   TIDBITS > ���   *  blue inside, bears the name ''Express".  For information telephone Bill Sexton at  885-5394.       \,,,.      '  Guests at the John Halt home at  Welcome Beach have been their daughter,  Margueritp Mackenzie and her family  from Prince George.  Sechelt Notes  Page AS  Last week I mentioned that Doug Orr Is  leaving his job at .the water hoard office.  Well it's true. He will be with Trans-power  Construction Ltdi doing what he always  wanted to do, working with hot wires; No  one is to call him "Dirty Water Doug" any  more, but call him "Sparks Orr".  -,' We have a lady doctor at tho PH Health  Clinic now and also a new nurse practitioner who is also a good friend of  Darlene's.  Visitors and former residents seen In  DON'S  SHOES  Soc4foScfoU  SUEDE WRANGLERS  "the denim look",,,.,,,.,.,  ,!,;*. ^m.. M  $1549  STAR WARfr" ^lS*9  NORTH STAR RUNNERS  JLJm  WIN THE BIG $150,000  GRAND  PRIZE!  $150,000 Is a lot of money Enjoy'  it today or save it at the  Bank of Montreal where It can  ���doublelto.$30Q,000lJ~���*���~-  TEN $5,000 WINNERS!  You could be one of ten lucky  customers who will win'$5,000  cash, TakQ the money now,    ,  or leave it to double*  ���to..,$10,0001  EIOW TO ENTER  It's so easy to participate In "Double'Your  .'Money" at the Bank of Montreal!  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Ily  answer a tlme-limitoU-ikiittestino  Ouifti ion,  ^**tjM8W��ua����-^*a^us<w**(wt.  nf'-'-  Loads of Otlter  ���Winners may take cash or save It tn double with a spe< ial Double Youi Money  ������---..pp��� ~p~.,^���-..-��.��^  jmjm  The First Canadian Bank  Bankof Montreal  ���fttBtB-KSteilMM**^*  ���nr-  jKJBl(J*J����^t!t��**s��S��  sia^M^iwP^iyxi^;*?  -7T��-  wii��t'rf>^''a^u��4ftVii/ft^ss*SKi''ai'*#lssi*'-*  mmm  IBeM^^o^fiWJ^iOTllinta  ^"^.^flS^iR^f"^^-!^  SptftiSWfpw?*****  hMil1*^J^��SlSWS*,f^i!����^-tV'��*��W^W^^m  ���JT*i^HI��=WbW^**'n^'  :-"��" M--  ���^l"  ,. .... ,������������..��������.,,,��, ^.mi*,.,  ������y^X'*"''  ��;����i, irT.i  ;}A  I     I \  ���  ? "/��� '.  .I-        I    ,       11.     I  >,:   '      II  fr���-  Wednesday, August 23, 1978  The Peninsula Times  Page A-5  ���I-  '   -)>���,���  ' a '������  ; ,  CBC  The men who go down  to the lake in ships  Salt water sailors on Canada's coasts are  usually the subject of aural MstOTsT  documentaries, but this week Between  Ourselves turns its attention to the men  who go down to the lake in ships.. All over  Kingston, old lake men are sitting in  captain's chairs scanning the waters for  even;a ghost of a ship folding into the  inland sea of their past. Old sailors, including a 93-year-old captain, recall the  Great Lakes days of sailing ships gnd  modern steam ships, discuss what the  Seaway did for. the Great Lakes and  comment on the outlook for the future on  Inland Salts. Saturday at 6:15 p.m.  CBC-AM 690   .  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23  Afternoon Theatre 2:04 p.m. Nicholas  Nichleby by Dickens, Part VII.  Mostly Music ��� 10:20 p.m. Music,  . Magic and Myth, third of five-part series,  Ball  tournament  results  In the recent baseball tournament on  Texada Island the teams participating  were Lafarge and Legion from Texada,  Westview Old Stylers ,.andLJBslt_&iotL  Motors from Powell River, Gulf Coast  CoQgttuctipn and Leaky Logging from  Courtenay, Cedars Inn from Gibson's  Landing and Marling Loggers from Gold  River. N "'  Marling Loggers placed first, Bob Scott  Motors came second and Westview Old  Stylers placed third.  Jan Mahood was voted most valuable  placer and Dale Poulin, playing for  Texada Legion with eight hits for 11 at bat  (ave. 727), was top. batter. With 40 strikeouts to his credit, Rye Kuntzi was top  pitcher.  WAKE-UP! SHAPE UP!  WALK!  wnonm  rwHrtrirwrwii  U'i.lk ;, hl<Kk.TiHlV..r.  In the Matter of  the Water Utilities Act  And  And.  In the MatterpT *f;;  The Energy Act  kmX&y  In the Mptter of      '���  Tuwanek Water jC^mpdny'ttd.,  rv Sandy Hook Water  Company Ltd,  TO: ^.���^--i������ -a^x^:���,.  Tuwanek Water Company Ltd.,  ���       Sandy Hook Water  Company Ltd.     (���'."'  AND TO:  ^Consumers   receiving^ water_  'servi^'p"1ronFtfi��TciBo^-'narhed  utilities  ~:: NOTICE OF  PUBLIC HEARING  Take notice that a Public  Hearing will be commenced  before the Comptroller of Water  Rights at 9:30 a.m., on Tuesday,  September 12th, 1978,' in the  Senior Citizen's Association Hall,  Mermaid Street, Sechelt, in the  Province, of British Columbia;  firstly, to enable Tuwanek  Water Company Ltd. to show  cause why it should not comply  with   Order   No.   273   of   the  , Comptroller of Water Rights!  secondly, to hear tho, application  of Tuwanek Wator Company Ltd,  to transfer Its waterworks  assets to Sandy Hook Water  Company Ltd.; thirdly, to hear  tho application of Sdndy Hook  Wator Company Ltd. for a  certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to  acquire, tho waterworks systom  of Tuwanok Wator Company  Ltd., and fourthly, to hear*  complaints by customers of both  Tuwanok Wator Company  Ltd,  , and  Sandy  Hook  Wator, Company Ltd. alleging Inadequqcy of  ��� service, ��� ':��  Any Intorostod party wishing to  mako roprosontatlons at tho  Hearing should Inform tho  Comptroller bf Water Rights,  Parliament Buildings, Victoria,  British Columbia, V8V 1X5, not  lator than tho 7th day of September, 1970.  Dated the 11th day of August,  A.D, 197Q at Victoria, British  Columbia.  H.A; Dhvlo ""'"     ���" "���""' ~  Secretary  Water Utilities Act  Prwrlnceof -���  British Columbia  Ministry of  tho Environment',  mwmm^WmmmmmmrmmammlftmM  continued all week.  Nightcap 11:20 p.m. Norwegian  culture, third of five-part series, continued  all week.  THURSDAY, AUGUST 24  i.   Crime Serial 2:04 p.m. Clouds of Witness by Dorothy Sayers.  Playhouse 8:04 p.m. The Vidocq  Society by Gordon Pengilly and Ben  Tarver.  Country Road 8:30 p.m. Jerry Reid and  Tania Tucker. Dale Russell.  FRIDAY, AUGUST 25  Panning for Gold 8:04 p.m. discussion  of current books and films.  Jazz Radio-Canada 8:30 p.m. The  Acadian Jazz Ensemble with Don Palmer.  Jazz Mansion.  SATURDAY, AUGUST 25  Between Ourselves 6:15 p.m. Inland  Salts prepared by Joan Finnigan and  narrated by Bruce Smith.  Anthology 10:05 p.m. The Poet's Voice,  part VIII. Fantasy and Dreams, Graves,  Shakespeare, Burns, Coleridge. Martha  -Marla-vah-Rohyonra-poem-by-Elizabeth  Jones.  Music from the Shows 11:05 p.m. Films  of Enrol Flynn, Part II.  SUNDAY, AUGUST 27 >S~  Noel Coward 1:05 p.m. The "life and  times of. - "  The Entertainers 4:35 p.m. Your  number one song, Part n. The depression  of the Thirties.  Music de Chez Nous~TT05~-p7nr"te-  Nouvea  Trio  de  Montreal.   Chopin,  Smetena, Turina, Schumann.  - My Music 8:35 p.m. BBC quiz.  Folk Fair 9:05 p.m.. Welsh folk music.  MONDAY, AUGUST 28  Afternoon Theatre 2:04 p.m. Vanity  Fair by Thackeray.  Gold Rush 8:30 p.m. Brian Smith and  Rae McGuire of Trooper. Roy Wood and  his Whizzo Band.  . Mostly Music 10:20 p.in. Great Conductors, cont. all week;  Nightcap 11:20 p.m. Canadian and  American film and book publishing industries, cont. all week.  TUESDAY, AUGUST 29  Crime Serial 2:04p.m.Inspector West  at      Bay      by      John      Creasey.  Touch the Earth8:30p.m.Bim,Huckle,  guitarist Bob Hadley; Bartlett and Rika  Rubsaat. ���.;:'���:������������"'  CBC-FM 105.7  Saturday  Audience   9:05   p.m.   The  . MusiplLifI?^collectionof reminiscences^  and^ pbservaUoris about-iiAusic^hd^usfc.yi  making by 12 of this century's most;  prominent musicians." "  Monday Festival Theatre 9:04 p.m.  Once !in a .Lifetime by Moss Hart and*  George Kaufman. A satire ��a��Hollywood.  ���     CBC-TV HIGHLIGHTS  .1  THE KIDS GOT all choked up over  the races at the Pender Harbour  Legion and Lions Club First Annual  Pidinic on August 20. The object of the  race was to gulp a cola and then run to  the finish line. Few "entrants actuaify  ran the return leg of the race.  Sections of act in force  proclaimed and their regulations in force  by the end of 1978, he said.  ���Forests Minister-Tom Waterland has  announced proclamation of sections 1, 49,  50,  165,  171,  174 and  175  of  British  Columbia's new Forest Act.        ^ X mm ���  Section 1 defines the terms used ihsthe CiXDrCSS   CirdW  clCI<* \ ��� IS**"      t -..*  Section 49 defines specific terms used fpAIM   A110*     CI  in  part  4,   entitled   "General   Tenure\l" will   ftllga   %J  Provisions''. ... 41!      , Here is the list of winning numbers  Section 50 deals with the transfer and from the Western Express lottery draw on  ~7Saturday Sports Golf Pros from Jasperi  1*30 p.m. Baseball Expos versus Giants, 4  p.m.. _ . ' .7: ���'2.   Superspecial Jean-Pierre F*eriarid  Between Chopin and William Tell.  Sunday Victorian Memory 12:30 p.m^  -Princess-AliqergfaifdcRird ofQueerTVic-  toria.  The Other Child 9 p.m. special about  burns.-',. ,        ��� ,  Summer Symphonies 10 p.m. Simulcast  on FM ��� Winnipeg Symphony.  exchange of agreements and in particular  the consent fo transfer. It provides that the  minister may cancel agreements where  they have been transferred without prior'  r^^^t0^nt^:;r;'Sd.V'''  w   Section165 enables funds required for  |the implementation of this act, where not  already appropriated, to be paid out of the  Consolidated Revenue Fund.  Secttions 171, 174 and 175 remove the  discriminatory tax burden placed on. the  jforest industry;:' They provide amendments' to the Provincial Income Tax and  Logging Tax Acts, lowering the logging  .tax Jo" 10 per cent from 15 per cent and  harmonizing other aspects %: the  provincial legislation with existing federal  laws.  TThe minister said the government will  be proclaiming further sections of the act,  the Ministry of Forests Act and Range Act,  as regulations dealing with them are  completed. , ���������"  He expects all three new acts will be  Aug.  9.   Holders  of  tickets  with  the  following numbers win $100,000 each:  number 73458 in series 24, 77342 in series i_  iff, 61488 in series 18,97957 in series 19, and*  .. 84380 in series 06. -yr-: y-,,,/:,--..:-;-,,,  If the last five, four br three digits on^  your ticket are identical to and in the same  order as the last five, four or three digits  as the winning numbers above^your ticket-  wins $1,000,^100 and $S respectively.  Winnersot $25��� prizes! rnay  cliaiml  winnings" by taking their ticket to any  branch of the Canadian Imperial Bank, of/-  Commerce'in the Western provinces and i  Yukon.  No names or Powell Riverites were  among tjhose anh"ouricecl3S^Express-En-  -core-winneroiTAug. 9.  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Phone No. ,.,....,.' ;.,'.,, , I Own a Building Lot .,.,,  I Plan on Building,    | Require Financing   Hear Ye! Hear Ve!  PUBLIC MEETING SCHEDULE  REGIONAL BOARD  Aug. 24th  Aug. 31st  Public Utilities Committee Meeting,  7:30  pm, SCRD Board Room.  Hospital Regular Board Meeting, 7:30 pm,  SCRD Board Room.  VILLAGE OF SECHELT  AUG. 29 ���Public  Mooting,  Rozonlng,   7:30  pm,   Sr.  ��|t|zons Hall, Socholt.  Sopt. 6 ��� Council Mooting, 7:30 pm, Municipal Hall,  Socholt.  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  Sopt. 5 ���   Council Mooting, 7:00 pm, Municipal Hall,  < Glbioni  Sopt 19 ��� Cbuncll Mooting, 7s00 pm, Municipal Hall/      r~2  Glbioni. .. -~     .-  Courtesy of  '"-r "~��� 'n0|jii-||^|||  Cowrie $tf pp&*t30V , Sechq!^  ��� i't.  -,'. 'V  ���^mmM^VMiitmm.m  wjDg'i>iiMW"i'*"'''"*Hf"""  ^������^wiffyy^''iff^-*'w"i'iiy'^'^T"  ^stwWf n V  vm-jV^wt- h  ^a^V ,*>,.*) titxe*, tH. t*W^>*np��*lt-i��*i "  A- *,  In  s'p\  fl'  rf ���������"��� r  ��� ������-������/;���  ~r  y?-,rr  AJXX:  affeala&felitpi^  L������������,,.,  ,\.  Sechelt notes  Hear ye  7 - by Peggy Gbririor, 885-9347  Page A-6  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday. August 23,1978  J. CHOQUER & SONS  CERTIFIED WELDER FABRICATOR���INDUSTRIAL & MARINE  Box 1235  Sechelt. B.C. VON 3AO  EAST PQRPOISE BAY ROAD  . But: 885-9244  R����: 885-2686  A public meeting of great interest to .  people in the Area "B" Regional District  will be held on September 3,' Sunday,, 2  p.m. at the Welcome Beach Hall,  Redrooffs Road,. Halfmoon Bay. The  meeting will discuss the purpose and  process of doing an official Settlement  Plan for this area.  Director for Area "B" Ed Nicholson  and the planning staff of the Regional  Board will be present.  Just to be sure you know if you are in  Area "B',' the boundaries start with West  Sechelt from the edge of Sechelt proper  and extend to Wood Bay above Secret  Cove, aiuffrom the water's edge (Strait of  Georgia) over the Peninsula and across  Sechelt Inlet to'the mountains. Welcome  Beach Hall is about five miles from'the  turnoff of Highway 101, Sechelt end and  two miles plus a tenth or two from the  Halfmoon Bay end-  ' An official Regional Plan is defined as  "A general scheme without detail for the  "projected use of the land within the  Regional District, including the location of  major highways'?.  The idea is to let the people who live in  the area have a say as to how they wish the  growth to go so it is to your interest to  attend/,  REIGNING QUEEN ,  - ^TheMay queen committee suggest that  . any group wishing to have a personage to  open their bazaar, tea or whatever will"  find it handled very, nicely by the May  Queen Susan McKibbin.  SECHELT INTERMEDIATE  CARE SOCIETY  The constitution fqr_the _ Sechelt Intermediate Care Society has been sent to  Victoria as the first official step made by  six directors, towards making this a good  working society.  BACK IO SCHOOI  NOW IN STOCK  ALL HOME ECONOMICS  SEWING SUPPLIES  Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons  Use Times' Adbriefs to SeU, Rent, Buy.Swap etc.  MISS RIOME was a good sport at the   Club First Annual Picnic. The egg  Pender Harbour Legion and Lions   and spoon race is old hat to her.  MORE ABOUT  Lots of fleas  ���From Page A-l  time you treat your animal.  Bailey said fleas are free-living insects.  That is, they spend most of their time  hanging^ around baseboards,_under.: the,,  edges of rugs or between the cushions of  upholstered furniture ��� only_ occasionally  hopping out for a quick bite.  The Agriculture Canada pamphlet  recommends that you clean your house  thoroughly and often with a vaccum  cleaner. And either destroy the material  collected or puta handful of moth crystals,  or flakes in the vacuunfl every couple of  weeks.  As far as effective insecticides, Bailey  says Raid "is about the only.thing freely  available to the ordinary, person." He  recommends applying it about twice a  week, and you'll have to continue this for  several^eeks^kill-hewly-hatched fleas.  Raid is "very safe;" says Bailey,  because it has a residual action of only  about eight minutes, but this also  necessitates the repeated use, since it has  no effect on un-hatchest eggs. As all  pesticides are poisonous to domestic  animals and people, follow direction labels  carefully. ;  Fleas can be dangerous as well as  annoying. Because they may feed on a  variety of animals or birds, they are able  to spread disease from one animal. to  another.  ��� Some kinds of fleas transmit diseases  such as bubonic plague.edemlc typhus an-d..  tularemia to people. Also! the cat and dog  fleas are sometimes intermediate hosts  for the dog tapeworm, which may infest  people.  ,   Some people are more susceptible to  flea bites than others; some become  immune to any reaction after being bitten  over a long period.  ' A typical flea bite has a small central  red spot surrounded by a red halo and a  little swelling. To help relieve the itchiness  apply cooling preparations such as  menthol, camphor, baking soda, cor-  bolated vaseline, calamine lotion, or a  three per cent solution of carbolic acid in '  water. m \  ... If you are especially sensitive, you can  get relief with injections of flea antigens.  Sundry other facts which you may ��� or  may not ��� care to know about fleas:  Dogs and cats have different kinds of  fleas, known appropriately as the dog-flea  and the cat flea.  A female flea ddes hot lay eggs; until she  has sucked blood.  Most of the fleas found ^n Canada  overwinter either in the egg IbKjarval  stage, and the length of time It  to reach maturity varies from one  to several months depending on weather  conditions.  A good meal will last a flea'dbput three  weeks, and the adults can live for several  months without food.  , Considering the increase in food bills  we've seen in the last year, that last trick  "be handy to learn.  STONEWORK  Stone facing -flroplaco        '  & Chlmnoy Ropairs  ���� ANDY 886-2821  SCHOOL OPENING INFORMATION  PREREGISTRATION AND INFORMATION  School Counsellors will be available In schools during norma  hours for the RVfR.?.?.��..?.f re9l9trat)on end timetable review:'  ���"���������"- "\  Chatoloch Jr. "Secondary ��� Tuesday, August 29th # Thursday  August 31st.  Elphlnstono Secondary ��� Tuesday, August 2?fh onwqrds.  Ponder 'Harbour* Secondary ��� TKu^  September lst.i -  School secretaries will be In the larger elementary schools  from Tuosday, August 29th, onwards for student registration.  SCHOOL DATES AND TIMES      ',' *  The first day of school Is Tuosday, SEPTEMBER 5th. SchooUwIII  opon and closo at tho rogular tlmo. Thorn? will bo no school on  'Wodnosday, September 6th. , ,.....���',,.���..,......      i  NON-INSTRUCTIONAL DAYS IN THE 1978/79 SCHOOL YEAR  School will not bo In session for students on tho following days:  ',   Wodnosday, September 6th, 1978  Friday, October 13th, 1970 ,  Monday, Novombor 27th, 1970  Friday, February 23rd, 1979  '     Friday, Juno 29th, 1979 __   __ _ _ ��� ���   Schoola will oporoto on tho same schedulo as last year.  BUS ROUTES  Somo   minor   changos   and/or   Improvomonts   nptay   prove  ~R25S��!SJ2&^^ -or *vyo,JnltlaUy^,,-  nowovor, routos and tlmo| will bo unchanged from lost, y*>ar, except.,*  ~thBrffhljr,oho~biii"wlll go'.dkopti,1a6>d(;<ien Bay, Dotalls of that,J ,  schedule can bo pbtalnod from Mark Myers at 003-23*47, '      ,  '^>  For sports events, sailing, bird watching, or just getting a better look at the Great  Outdoors, pick a pair of Kitstar Binoculars.  7x35 Wide Angle-The most  popular size,, for %  general use.      SAVE $10.00  39  88  8x30 all-weather use ���The perfect binoculars  for boating with rubber- & ~"|   ^H^kJJft  ized coating. SAVE $20.00  129  7-15x35 Zoom ���Find your subject,  then zero in with the  zoom.  SAVE    $ 1 AO88  $20.00  7x50 or 10x50 ���For extra power and light gathering  potential.      <fc *���*  Rely-'-'on::'Klteta^ binoculars fob the finest quality jit the best price in town.  Precision optics guaranteed to give you performance for years to come.  ������..-*,���  m*  1,  stoker  WITH SERVICE  PERSONALITY  W-*,��.PM��,~,��,W.��-��^^ .mitt       "*  "������-*�����   ���*      "<*>"      ��.~  V��<  ������   *      .   ,mmm^mmm.mmm,,.^mmmmtmm.      ,���  .,   .     ,  'Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons $86-8010  , *, ,.  U  tit.rm-mn efc?<. avfl-wprfvA  ,.. V,..m  v*>MWMimtft&'*t ���-***�� *#      tlmt **����* jB(*t!MWfi*)N^L<^+M��#H��lt��  ���Nj*  ,,,,.., "i   (  .    ,   ���,*��  $~<&Ttfm~&?     ?**l*Sl mW<to i��"  ,,.,,.   r  -' "I"  �� ai �����* 4^AM|tf tf  i  m*trj-.4��J    f    HM��1M��**^M*((B    )  \HtX t* -sty(shu-p-H     % i  *4 t ��*"* ^��*<* Wi���*-* V  ,\,  A/  ,(���  i  i  I     '."  s  Im  r '  'i ���'  i,    .   A ^>  ���I -.-  V-'S  Handicrafts k77X7k  * Sewing Notions  ;   -Materials  SYNDICATE  A GOOD INVESTMENT  COMPANY  J.W. (Jim) BUDD  885-3397  * Wool  QTtnwitou (JBL   ^    m*& ' �� OFF     ^ *J AND OVER!  �����? Sale on Aug. 23 to Aug 26  M MADEIRA PARK VARIETY STORE ^  ^Specializing   in   Annuities   and  ', Retirement Income Planning  V_   ON SALES OF  $5  DON   GRANBERRY,   left   is   the   Director and never without his hat.   director,    holds    Don's    hands  Beachcombers    First   Assistant   Einar Hansen; right, second assistant   sometimes ��� but not his hat.  & ��� .  " -  ���" ��� '  He holds all the ends together  The following is part of a continuing series  about the people'who work behind the  scenes   of   the   CBC   Beachcombers  production in -Gibsons.  By MARYANNE WEST  "Stand by to lock it up";   "Quiet  please';.;   "Hold the, traffic";   "Roll";  ���"Speed?"; "Mark it" ��� the countdown to  ���Actioni^n*^e^eachcombep^et���is^^  repeated again. The quiet but compelling   comfortable position,  a director and his assistants to remember  every detail of the numerous takes which  may be shot in a day and which are not in  consecutive script sequence, a continuity  girl is also an essential member of the  team. The first time I saw Christine,  Wilson on the set, she was dressed in hip  waders, sun top and sun visor, squatting  observation, vth.e_ability to recognize  descrepancies. Drawing the director's  attention to some small detail may save  much time and frustration later.  Christine, like all the crew this summer, has acquired a super suntan with r  many hours spent on the water or the  beach, but filming goes on rain or shine  -waaer���  but the  .;...,,.;  voice giving instructions directly to the  technical crew and actors and by remote  control to the traffic patrol will usually be  that of First Assistant Director Don  Granberry.  Don is easily recognizable because he's  never without a handsome, dark brown,  wide-brimmed hat, giving the impression  of a man who has just ridden into town off  the range. An assessment which isn't  totally out of character, Doit grew up> on a  large ranch and learnt to ride and take  responsibility at an early age.He is also an  actor with stage experience as well as a  feature film and TV credits, and was  recently given a leave of absence to take  the part of a rodeo rider in an upcoming -  ��� drama for CBC's "For the Record" series  which will be shown next spring.  Those who have been following this  series of stories about the filming of the  Beachcombers will know how closely this  team works together, how inter-telated .  - and dovetailed is each.p^reon's^rjespon-  -Hsibility:    ' ���"   ^   ,Vv -        ~  While the Director is thri stofy-teller  with a picture id his mind of the complete   sto^-^nd^he-way^e-^ntSTto-finally���  present it on film, his assistant director is  responsible for setting < up each sequence  for him; having the actors on cue, all the  necessary props.in place, lighting, sound  and camera crews ready ��� in short  holding all the many ends together so that  filmirig may begMi. It's a job which  requires full jhiyblvemertt and concentration, well developed .powers of  observation, attention to detail, the ability  to keep cool and unflappable in any conditions, however adverse or aggravating,  and to inspire others to concentrate on the  job at hand regardless of the distractions.  It's very important, Don'feels, to have  ^walked inother. people's shoes, to have put���  in your stint at the joe jobs, sweeping the  floor, bringing coffee, doing tho chores, so  that you understand how the othor guy  feels, so that while being in control you can  use a loose rein. That he Is also an actor  glvc^'him a sensitivity to the needs of the  actors, ,an understanding of their  Vulnerability as they freely put themselves ii)i the hands of the technical crew,  trusting their professional reputations to  their expertise and dedication.  That time ls money is never more true  than on a film sot. The better things go, the  fewer takes are needed to bo sure of  getting Just tho response the director has  In mind, and good progress keeps at bay  the inevitable tiredness factor as tho day  progresses. Organization and attention to  detail are the namo of the game and the  ability to recognize the signs, and deal  with potential descrepancies before they  develop into full fledged, tlmo wasting  problems.  Einar Hansen whose homo town Is  Squnmlsh Is tho second AD, In effect an  exterislph~b  concentrate on tho sot Itself. Elnnr, freo to  come and go, can deal with all thoso  peripheral matters, getting actors and  equipment out to the-"set, providing  refreshments for tho all Important coffco  breaks, tracking down a noisy power saw  somewhere In tlio neighborhood which Is  causing concern to the sound technicians.  Ready and able to step fnto tho first  assistant's position If the occasion should  arise, as liappcncd recently when Don  went back oast for tho filming of "Tho  Homecoming".  On-locatlon filming of a series such na  (wJho Beachcombers provides tlutoo special  and unique opportunities for"teaming on  :;:   the Jobjwhere^ Iwcaiwo drioglstlcs of tho,  dramaticAction llio whole crewhas to bo  flexible enough to double for each other.  The formal roles.of a studio production are  relaxed,   requiring  high   lovol   of   Involvement for evoryono In a challenging  lcmffiffiR sthinUort". Tt creates ^n closo  ~i��wking relationship', between nil mem*  ��\ ",Wfl (crow and-motors) of the B6acM��  comber "fnmlly", '      s  Because It to physically Impossible for  only one  from which she had a comprehensive view  of the action. Christine's job also requires  close attention to detail. She must keep a  detailed record of each take, which actors  were involved, the dialogue, "who looked at  whom, the exact position of people and  thyigs ��� "coffee mug to the right of the  plate, fork half-way to the mouth", the  camera lense used etc.  When necessary she takes polaroid  photographs to supplement the written  record. She may be required to cue actors  and interface off camera dialogue. It's a  job which requires close concentration and  -an-uh--^and-4h&-recoEd-has_ to; be kept dry andj  SAB) A  BUNDLE >4T  SUNCOAST  CHRYSLER  885-5111  legible. Christine has rigged up an  ingenious system of plastic garbage bags,  a see through umbrella and other gadgets  to enable her to work efficiently, even if  somewhat impeded, on days of steady,  penetrating rain,..  As Don says, the ability to cope with the  inevitable frustrations of inclement  weather, breakdowns of equipment, the  unexpected Iog^jam, long hours of exacting, painstaking, repetitive work are  essential to the art of on-location film  making. It's an occupation which requires  a high level of dedication and quickly  separates the men from the boys.  The PENiNsuLA*^fose&  v.  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Ad-Briefs must be paid for in  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  to receive cash discount. -  Subscription Rates:  By Mail:  Local Area $7.00 yr.  Outside Local Area .... $8.00 yr.  U.S.A \$10.00yr.  Overseas $U.00yr.  Senior Citizens,  Local Area $6.00  Single Copies 15cea.  AVON  To Buy or Sell Call  885-2183 or 886-9166  464244  CHILD CARE WORKER  needed for alternate  education program in  Pender Harbour. Apply to  Sunshine Coast Community  Resource Association, Box  1069, Sechelt, 885-3821 by Aug.  25. 4638-39  EXPANDING CA firm with  three offices in the Fraser  Valley immediately requires  CA graduates and students.  Send resume to Box 3178,  Mission, B.C. V2V4J4. 4622-39  For Rent  Announcements  OPENING SOON.  Sechelt  Ceramics. For information  regarding classes, call 885-  '5538.   ,-. 460741  Work Wanted  Obituary  KAMMERLE:  Suddenly  August 16,1978, Richard I  Kammerle, late of Seehell  Survived by his loving parents  Wilfred  and Delores Kammerle, brother Doug, sister-  Darlene, grandfathers Emil  Kammerle of Langley and  Jtemejs-J3Hwiu,oi-Suwey,~  Funeral  service   was   held.  Saturday, August 19 at the  Devlin Funeral Home, Gibsons.  Reverned  John  Low  F.VKRGREEN  LANDSCAPING  Complete landscaping ser-'  vice. Jteg. sch. lawn Jk_gar-  dea -care. Donlt doit twice :.  . Call us first.  Free Estimates  885-5033  4986-tfn  LTRADECK  by Trodan  "The ultimate in fiberglass  sundecks"  ���_ 886-2953-  FOR RENT:  Wilson Creek  Community  Hall.  Contact  "Bonnie Wigard at 885-9403.  3691-tfn  ' GARDEN BAY - Va duplex for  rent - furnished, for July-"  ��� Sept. 30. $225 per month. Light  ,and fuel incl. 883-9676.4906. tfn  FOUR BDRM mobile home.  Set  up  in  West  Sechelt  Trailer Park. Ref. required.  Ph. 885-2600.        . tfn  m-tiSLm U���������.,...,..-��� ��� ��� -Z.~~   LEASER LOT near beach for,  Mobile Home. $85 per mo.  885-3636 or 926-1024.       4511-tf  WFT   HOUSE    for    rent,  GTBSONS, Sargent Rd., 3  bdrm home with fireplace. 2  blk school & shopping,  Fabulous view. Huge sundeck,  fenced yard. Avail. Sept. 8.  Must have references. $325  per mo. 886-9200. 464741  SEPT. 5-JU,NE 30. Part. furn.  3 bdrnv2 bath, fireplace on  beach. Seaview Lane, W.  Sechelt. $250 per mon. 885-2425  or 929-6046. 461941  Wanted to Rent  RESPONSIBLE couple want  . lg. 1 bdrm house on lg. lot or  acreage. FP, carport. Pender  to Earls Cove area. Exc. refs.  Message at 885-5495.     4605-39  RESPONSIBLE professional  couple seek waterfront  home to rent year round.  Willing to assume caretaking  duties. 886-9508.      .    '464341  Real Estate  FOR SALE in Wilson Creek  , -area. New 3 bdrml,100 sq..  ft., house with full bsmt,  double plumbing, standing  fireplace, sundeck, carport,  beautiful view. Asking $53,500.  By owner. Ph 885-3773r4886-tfn  CHASTER RD Lot 67 x 123'  partly cleared, ready for  building, close to school.  $10,000,886-9984. tfn  Mobile Homes  10 x 52' 2 BDRM.  883-9115  days, 883-2671 eves.   461541  Campers and Trailers  '69 - 18 FT. travel trailer.  Fully equipped, located at'  Secret Cove. Asking $2,200  obo. Days 937-3444, eves. 936-,  0181., 4523-tfn  CAMPER for small truck.  , Frig, stove, etc. $1,200. 885-  2051 or 885-2109. 4531-39  TRI-STAR camper .for import  p.u.   Furnace,   stove   &  icebox. 885-9452. 4532-39  12' TERRY Rambler trailer,  compl w-stove, fridge etc.  Best offer. 885-2613.      460141  Cars and trucks  '74 FIAT,  128 Sport. Good  ^   condition.885-3876 (after 5).  4550-39  2 BSA 441 cc. One '70, needs  . rings;'68 as parts. Both $450  obo. 885-5354. 457440  '64 1 TON flatdeck, $900 obo.  885-3879. ,   4630-39  For Sale  For Sale  Legal Notices  LOOKING for a Rock& Roll  Band? Horizon is available,  best price on the Coast. 885-  2815. 4501-tt'  FISHER woodburhing stove  with the 10 year guarantee  can be seen at Radio Shack, J ,  &C Electronics.'        4855-tfnf  LADIES, Mens, Childrens,K  Maternity Clothing. 'New &    "" '. 20 pel  CLEARANCE SALE  , To make room  for300snowtires  arriving Sept. 5  4 ply polyester tires  (pairs only) 10 pet. off  (on sets^of 4)  15 pet. off  Fibreglass Belted Tires   .1 20 pet. off  Radial TA 50, 60 & 70 Series  "      off  Nearly     New'.     Encore  Boutique, 2445 Marine Dr., W.    1YiaB "UCCia ,,. n���  Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon-Sat       .. id pql ott  Mag Wheels  10-5.  4457-tf  '71  TR6 verjTgood 'shape.  -   $2900.885-5116. 4610-39  '65  VW> Beetle,   clean  &  reliable. $500.885-2853 4649-  39  4487-tf  Halfmoon  112-327-9594.  Bay.  885-2754 or  4475-38  officiated. Interment Seaview  Cemetery. 4636-39  Personal  PHOTOGRAPHS published in  The Peninsula Times can be  ordered for your own use at'  The Times office.       1473-tfn  ALCOHOLICS* anonymous  meetings 8:30 p.m.' every  Wednesday, Madeira Park  Community Hall. 883-9260 or  883-9238. 4452-TFN  Work Wanted  PROFESSIONAL interior &  exterior painting,- free'  estimate. WUl work day or  eve. Job guarantee. Hr. or  contract. Commercial &  residential. "Andy 885-5407.  5603-tfn.  Help Wanted  CLAPP CONCRETE  Placing  and Finishing.  All  types  of  Concrete  Work.  Patios, Floors, Foundations.  Driveways, Custom Work.    ....  Concrete leakage probleriis* "--DUtiels  PERSONABLE* aggressive  salesperson to accept  responsibility as Advertising  Manager tor progressive  southern Interior newspaper.  Position to begin in late  September. Salary plus  commission. Apply stating  personal data with resume to  Box 124, c-o BCYCNA, 808, 207  W. Hastings St., Vancouver  V6B1H7.   .      .    ^   4584-39  Seepage   or   high   pressure  leaks.  Phone Wayne Clapp  for free estimates  885-2125  SPEECH   PATHOLOGIST.  Athabasca   Health   Unit  requires a speech pathologist:'  "-^ to include* assumiriEp  1 BDRM Cottages. Langdale,  Redrooffs.   Sept.    Refs.  required. 980-2154 or 985-5990.  4515-39  MADEIRA PARK: 1 bdrm  ~furn. house, w-w carpet, FP,  883-2258.10-10 p.m. or112-632-  3111, loc. 501 office brs. 453039.  FULLY FURN. new 1 bdrm  suite incl. light, heat, dishes  & linen. $200 per mo. 1 blk  from Sunnycrest Plaza. 886-  9102. 4536-39  3 BDRM-4IQME East Porpoise Bay. 1 -mi. from  village. Four appliances, $275  per mo. Avail Sept. 1.253-0810  aft. 6 p.m. 4545-39  ROOMS FOR rent with use of  kitchen & Utility facilities.  King Rd., Gibsons, Fully  furnished $125 per mo. 885-  P76^25^��c1eDaredar|Sdl��hi    ��� -SUNBEAM  Alpine  GT,  frjittre^^  4364-tfn  TUWANEK. Lot overlooking  Lambs Bay. Serviced with  water & power. By owner. 112-  226-5019. 4381-tfn      i  PARK-LIKE level acre easily.  subdivided, serviced in good  area Gibsons.  $19,000.  886-  9270. , 452039  LEASE a lot near beach for  mobile home, $85 per mo.  885-3636 or 926-1024.       4512-tf  3 BDRM full bsmt, fp, full  ensuite plbg, 1300 sq ft, close  to arena. 885-9027 for app't.  / 447840  good cond'n.  after 5.  $95fc���885-9480  4650-39  Boats and Engines  26 FT. REINELL sailboat. 3  sails,    trailer,     15    hp  Evinrude. $9,900.886-9984.  4967-tfn  YEARLY     MOORAGE,  Pender Harbour, $1.25 per  ft. Headwater Marina, 883-  2406.20 ton ways. 455941  VIVACITY 20 frp hull,  stainless & alum, rig, 4  sails, 4 bunks, head, galley &  many lockers._Comes with 7%  HP Merc. All on trailer. 886-"  9335. 457740  after 7 p.m.  Box 1341 Sechelt  4437-tfn  established caseload,  program development, liaison  with other agencies and  Health Unit Staff. Apply  immediately to Director,  , Athabasca Health Unit, Box  1140, Athabasca, Alberta TOG  OBO. 4598939  3376.885-9408.  4551-39  PENDER HARBOUR:  charming,- peaceful  seclusion on view lot near lake  & sea, paved road, elec. etc.  $500.down,.8 pet, ,int.t.JFP  -$fc00fc���CtfllFdr  SPORTSWRITER for The  , Times. Typing essential,  photography skills useful^ A  volunteer position 5-6 hours a  week, tokenpay   ,i(>l K.M'',YMAN     Shipwright'  seeks  work.  Exp.  in  all  aspecLs-fboaHjuilding;   house:  carpentry  &  cabinet  work.  Reliable* worker, reas. rates ��� ^Wof^^m^  est. & professional   ^ $_& glory sportwriters are  For free  ��� job call Allah May", 885-5765  4578-tfn  . no benefits,  any and  WHAT DO YOU EXPECT  FROM A TREE SERVICE?  ���Experienced, insured work?  ���Prompt, guaranteed service?  ���Fair estimates?  ,      Then give us a call:  PEERLESS  TREE SERVICES LTD.  ,    ::  885-2109       758-tfn  heir to. 885-3231 Tues.-Sat.    ��� 4552-39  SITTER REQ. for l-yr.-old  child. Mon., Wed. & Fri. 9  a.m.-3:30 p.m. Sandy Hook-  Sechelt area. 885-2790. 465141  JEIEPORTER for Central  Interior weekly newspaper.  Some experience preferred.  Phone 567-4465 or write:  Editor, Npchako Chronicle,  Box 440, Vanderhoof, B.C. VOJ  3A0. 4624-39  ���I.  I"  I  'K-  I  .Jp'  I  l  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  3 lines for $2.15  Run your ad 3 times for the price of 2.  Print your ad In Iho ��quoro��,  *yord.  Ra tura Iq Itov* a Ulonk ��poo allm ooch  1 Thro* llnot It %2.) i. Each oddlllonol lino Ii 60c,  Tali* advantage of our ipoclal lavlngi.  i       ��  * Run your od �������!����� ��� tho third tlm* l�� f Mi.  ��� ll you pay lor your ad Iho Saturday bolor* publication you g*t a  dlicounl ��� USclor I Imortlon���flOclor J, ,  Mall ui your ad, or drop II olli  In Stcholt al tho P*nlniu|a tlmoi Olllc*  In Olbton* at Iho Arbului Tr**  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  Box 310 Sechelt, B.C.  VON W  CLASSIFICATION  i��*j  _  ...  ....  -���  ���  ���  .���  ���  ,...  ....  ...  ....  ._  _.  -  .._.  ���  ....  ...  .....  '     ...  -'���'  ...  ......  ...  ._.  ...  -..,.  :  kNMdW  .....  ....  .....  T  ^m.  $215-  60��  60  W  Nam*  AddroM  I  I  T  I  I  I  I  |        Coital Codo T.I No.  MMM       MM Ml* MM* MM. MMM  I  I  I  t   "���  ������ ������' ��� "���'��� ���'���"' ���'- ���'"���--.  ���   ���-' '��� '������'������  '���������' ������'��  ^w wm wm wm ^w ^^ mw RU MM mW WB wit pM IW rnrnt mm) pw NR^ Ml #M| PMI KB Wl wm) WM |W( tm% tm. pN) PMR  "M        :   ^ ,      -   '      j 3   BDRM   furn'd   cottage,  Gower Rt. Rd. Avail. Sept.  1-July 31. $225 per mo, no pets.  886-2545. ���"   4568-39  2 BDRM home, Vz acre lot on.  Browning Rd. Avail. Sept. 1,  $275 per mo. 886-8040 eves.  458040    E   , BARGAIN    HARBOUR.  Deluxe 2 bdrm waterfront  "home.FP, elec. heat, w-w, all  maj. ��� appliances,  l1^  bath.  $375. Ph. 883-2384.    __46flfr39_  NR.MADERIA Park. Deluxe  , furn.. chalet. WF, great  view. $260 per mo. Resp.  persons only. 941-2444 or 464-  3081, 461641  WFT. 2 bdrm, auto oil heat,  fireplace. Avail, immed.  Sorry, no pets. 886-9206.   4640-  41  TWO 1 bdrmJuplexes, one 2  , bdrm duplex. One 2 bdrm  house'. 886-2530.  -        460941  GRANTHAMS 3 door-east of  store. 1 bdrm redec. house.  Ideal for retired, middleagcd,  couple. Also 2 bdrm furn.  house. Sept-June. Refs. 939-  9650. 4608-39  WHY RENT? Buy a mobile  home for less money per  mo. No dn. pay. For appt. 926-  1024 or 885-3630. 465441  2 BDRM SUITE Marlrte Dr.  WF. W-w, stove, fridge, $275  per mo. 886-8035 eves.   4655-39  2 BDRM HOUSE Davis Bay.  Waterfront. Avail. Sept.-  June. 298-2147. 4650-39  m.m..m-i,i-.i.i,i-..r>-m~m-**~~mm*mi. -,.,.������ p.-^.-... - ,mmummmmm>  SUBI^ETlmbl^home, Sept7  June. 3 bdrm priv. lot in  Sechelt, $200.885-2037, 4645-39  ��� ��� 11 r ������ in ��� *-mmm*mr��� ���"** '���"������������������ m ��� '��� ���"'���'�������'�������  Cehtufy21  Property Mnnngemcnt. Bo a  carefree landlord. Ixjave the  renting to us.        y  Chuck Dowman, 885-9374  CENTURY WEST  REAL ESTATE LTD.  (1978)  4637-39  DAVIS BAY. New home with  vlow. 3 bdrm, 2 fp, double  alass, cnsultcj, stove & fridge^  f350perjrjo.r  Jeanette   Davidson,  Westbank,V0H2A0.  21' FEBREFORM 'San Juari'  cruiser. Head, galley, ice  box, trim tabs, sounder, CB  j radio etc. Maintained in excel.  68-5659,  'COtroVn -   under     cov.ere  Sewing Machine  Repairs  - Overhaul  -Tune-ups "   '  - Chemical Wash s_  -Parts for all makes  All Work Guaranteed  21 Years Experience  Phone Steve  885-2691 ���-  "Will be out. of town 'til  Labour Day. Sorry for any  inconvenience. Please call  then.  4510-tf  LARGE DINING room suite,  as new. Has to be seen. 885-  2383. 39  ���JBUm_BED1_$25;_ 4 drawer  chest, $15; 48" boxspring,  offers; GE dryer, $125; fun fur  sofa���& "% ottomans-which  convert to queen size bed,  matching round chair w-3  chrome & glass .round end  tables, must be seen,. 1 of a  kind, $1000; white 400 pet.  wool rug, $50; child plywood 3  drawer desk, $25; 63 GMC  truck for parts, $75; 18' boat,  motor still on warranty, fully  equipped, ideal for fishing,  full line of fishing gear, best  offer. 883-9208. 456740  RUGS: 9x 12 nylon brown &  black. 9 x 12 shag-browns,  $50 ea. 886-8073. 4569-38  NEW 40 channel CB radio &  antenna. $98.50.884-5240.  457940  DOORS! B.C.'s lowest prices.  Pre-hung interior, $14.90;  pre-hung exterior $37:00;  fancy doors, $49.00. Huge  stbdfcWalker'sC PhV'266-7211  All_ discpunts_ Ar_e_off. our  regular selling price which is  well below manufacturer's  suggested list price. Sale  prices include installation. No  trade-ins accepted on sale  merchandise. Sale ends Aug.  31. Credit terms available; no  down "payment required...  interest-free for 60 days. Chgx  or MC .Cards accepted.  Senior Citizens extra  10 Pet. Courtesy Discount  SECHELT OK TIRE STORE  Corner Wharf & Dolphin  Streets  885-3155  ' 647240  PATIO SALE Rain or Shine,  Sat., Aug. 26,10 a.m.4 p.m.  1331 Pebble Cres., Sechelt  Village. % bed; walnut  gateleg dining table; fold-  away cot and much more.  "   ' 4611-39  DOORS!~B7C:'s~lowest prices."  Pre-hung Interior $14.90;  _prirhung.Exterior.$37.00;  Fancy doors $49.00. Huge  stock. Walker's. Phone 266-  7211, 1366 S.W. Marine,  Vancouver V6P 5Z9.     4627-29  BUNK BED,  swivel  coffee  table, old style bathroom  sinks. Best offer. 886-9308.  4618-39  HIGH VOLUME Pay 'N Save  Gas- station and Grocery  story in excellent location on  Highway 3 east Osoyoos. For  full details write Pay 'N Save,  Box 7745 Osoyoos, V.C. V0H  1V0.       . 4620-39  3' OPENING Majestic "O"  clearance   fireplace   complete  with  3  length  triple  chimney & cap. $300.885-2613.  460241  British Columbia Hydro  and Power Authority  Invites tenders for re-clearing  of distribution line rights-of-  way, Sechelt Power District  Reference No. Q84410  Closing Date:  6 September  1978  Sealed tenders clearly  ���marked as above-referenced  will be received in Room 1026,  B.C. Hydro and Power  Authority Building, 970  Burrard Street, Vancouver,  B.C. V6Z 1Y3 until 11:00 AM  local- timer6JSeptember ~1978r  Details may be obtained from  the office of the Purchasing  ~Agent, 10th Floor, 970 Burrard  Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6Z  1Y3, telephone 663-2577 and  663-2560.  4629-spt pub. Aug. 23,1978  Form No. 1  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention  to Apply for A  Disposition of Crown Land  In LandHecording District of  Vancouver, B.C. and situated  on the shore of Vancouver Bay  take notice that British  Columbia Forest Products  Limited of 1050 West Pender  Street, Vancouver, occupation  Forest Products Company,  intends to apply for an Oyster  Lease of the following  described lands:  Commencing at "a post planted  on the high water mark of  Vancouver Bay 100 meters  _west_of the Southwest^cornec-  of Lot 2229, N.W.D. thence  Due West 150m; thence N 50  degrees W 500m, thence N 57  degrees E 320m to the high  water mark Vancouver Bay;  thence following shoreline  Vancouver Bay in a southwesterly and southeasterly to  the point of commencement,  and containing 8.2 ha., more  or less.  The purpose for which the  disposition" is required is  Mollusc fishery purposes.  British Columbia Forest  Products Limited  Dated March 10,. 1978. Per:  F.A. Armstrong, Property  Manager. .     i  4614-sptpUb. Aug. 22,29,1978  95.        FEET  eavestrough,  64  wooden  feet galv.  Clean Up Vour Act  Pitch-ln*70  RR   3,  449641.  moorage.  41  -Bee^S^T^arine-Dr^rVan^-^11-^' ?&^n^gfeffi  ������vprVfiPsza ksRun   5?w - but in good condition.  $6900.885-3549. 4613-   couverV6P5Z9. 4585-38  BARGE A HOUSE  Waterfront    home    North  Vancouver can be moved by  barge. 1538 sq ft post & beam.  12 yrs. old. $15,000.  CROFT 6694022 (Ref. SX26)  SUSSEXREALTY  984-9711  456540  BEACH HOUSE: /"unique  modernized 2 bdrm cottage  with incredible view, located  behind breakwater in Selma  Park. F-place, huge sundeck.  protected-buoy in front. Incl  furniture. Lease land. $20,000.  Call Rick. Off. 873-3474; Res.  438-2296; wknd. 885-2482. 4560-  40   ���;  .     ���  n-     ���   ���    ���  FARMS for Sale! 300 acres,  200 cultivated, lVi mi.  frontage on east side of Frasier  River, 17 mi. south of Quesnel.  Creek w-water rights through  property. New 4 unit pipeline  milker, 600 gallon bulk cooler.  9934321. 462149  30' McQUEEN, immac. cond.  $13,500 firm or trade for  land. 885-2853. 4648-39  Livestock  CERTIFIED   Farrier,  Hans  Berger is coming to Coast.  Contact Sunshine Farm. 898-  375L  ,994-tfn  GOATS! Want to learn jrfiore  about them? For free copy  of B.C. Dairy Goat 'News'  write B.C. Goat Breeders  Ass'n. PO Box 59, Whonnock,  B,C.V0M1S0. . 45B341  PUREBRED. partbred  Arabians, all colors, ages;  specializing in blacks. Priced  reasonable. Wanted a horse  trailer. Write Winsome  Arabians, Little Fort, B.C.  V0E2C0. 4626-39  CONTENTS of home. Double  beds & matresses; single  bed; Inglis dryer; wash  machine; dressers, etc. G.  Simpson, Francis Peninsula,  Pender Harbour. Aug. 26, 27,  Info 885-2997. 4633-39  4 BRAND new 15" hubcaps.  Never been on wheel. .GM.  Wholesale price. 885-3450.  , ���   ���   4635-39  Campers For Reot  Vacations this unhassled way.  Fully equipped, fully Insured.  Reserve early.  885-2600  ANYTIME  4641-tf  Pick up the lot for $35. Phone  885-3506. 4612-39  Woodburn Stoves.  & Fuel Ltd.  Wood    stoves    by    Fisher,  Lok.ewood.   Sedoro  Valloy,  .CWnfort        and        Findlay.  Di  tnbutors      in     Westorn  . Canada of the Kerr Scotsman  and   Korr   Titan   wood   fired  boilor.   Dealers   inquiries   Invited, Northern Heatliner.flhd  Shaw    ' Zero    ' Clearance.  Wood oil  furnaces,  Insulated  pipq, qccossorios arid fittings,  110   Foil   Ave,  North   Vancouver  987-0811  DRESS  MAKING  EXPERIENCED  SEAMSTRESS  Call  886-7916  after 5:00 p.m.  .W.V;  Motorcycles  76 YAMAHA  RD400.  reb't  engine. $900 obo. 886-9493.  465741  Business Opportunities  M��st  SERVICE STATJON and  Variety Store, Fort Fraser,  B.C. on Highway 16. Yearly  gross over $300,000. Room for  expansion. Asking $125,000  plus stock $25,000. Somo  financing available. For  furthor information contact  Patrick Mourad, Box 33, Fort  Fraser, B.C. VOJ 3A0. Phofio -  business 690-7262 ot 690-7559.  4623-30  50-SEAT Licensed Restaurant  adjoining first class motel  ..on Vancouver Island."Good"  lease. Gross $150,000. Prlco  $70,000. - Tho Moorings, 2082  Comox Ave,, Comox, B.C.  V9N4A7.339-3332.        462M9  LARGE ELDERLY tabby &  white neutered male cat.  886-2789. 4617-39  6 MO.'OLD kitten. Grey with  white  mark.  Male.   Lost  Sochelt Aug, 13,885-3139. 4634-  39  Pets  MALlt IRISH "Setter. 16 mo.  old. Registered. Champion  sired. Obed. train. $300. Ph.  884-5301. 4423-39  FREE to good homo, grey &  whito Manx, lMi-2 yrs. 885-  3870. 457340  opportunity to  i thriving class  TUWANEK.  Private  room.  Share living area & facll,  with owner. Suit single wking  person  with traasportation,  PROFITABLE or  participate in I  food service  cstabllsfiment,  Gibsons. $16,000, 885-9560,  evenings.    ' 452945  Mobile Homes t  MOBILE lioME space; near  Sandy Beach' on full lot. $75  por moJ 885-3030. 4204-tf  7412 x 68 Statesman, 3 bdrms,  all appliances, drapes; w��w  carwt. ipmed, ipoaaearion.  $12,500,006-0480,        ,456442  12 x 4$ 2 BDUM Modullne.  double dr fridge. No DP. 100  pet. fin. $6500.920-1024. 466241  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  NEW   HOUSE   Redrooffs.  AVall. Sept. 1, $325 per mo.  Vancouver, 59W287,  r4fl324I  Rcpo, 100 pet. fin. No DP.  $10,500.92^1024. 465341  jlWIH*^���l��W.��l��WI*il.WWWli����.^Ml||��|W,Jmil���.lWM>>���|l,w,.|| ui,!,,,    ,,  Ui��Tlffi*> AdbrUUI  *  Wanted tq Buy  (WANTED- BEAR CLAWS).  Will pay cash for bear clawa  and badger claws. For f urthe.  Information write F, TIdd,  Box 351, Slcamous, B.C. VOE  2V0, 434943  OLDER TYPE trnllor  suitable for workshop In  permanent location or othor  bldg. Easily moved. Also  battery-operated elec. fencer.  085-2^9or Box lBMjScchelt-,   ....^Ay.jj'mmm.,,.,..      �����... i...    ���   ..4604-30"  USED WOOD-burnlng heater;  chainsaw;   table-desk;  coffee tabic. 885-3857.   4631-30  MOTORIZED  boat  wuntod.  (Suitable for Cadet tralnlnw.  30 KorWflTTW^PnrtrBol!.  contained facilities If possible.  Rotary Club, Box 150, Burns  I -nke,B.O, Phone 482423$'''  4828-29  EVERYBODY'S DOING IT!  And thoy sura are happy about It I  What aro they,doing? Why, they're *  reading ThoTlMES.,. looking for anew  home or car or |ob or washer or  bicycle. And oach porson will probably find Just tho right Horn at just tho  right prlco! How do wo know? Woll, ���  wo have lopds of advertisers ovory  wook...offering score's of now' products and sorvlces,  Wo welcome ads of all slzos... wo'll  ovon holp you develop an ad If you  wish, for the samo cost as tho ad  alone I What othor media can offor  that kind of bargain.,. on a opo-to-ono  porsonal basis? Chock around, and  wo' think you'll want to join your  friends who road qnd advertise in  The TIMES... It's tho best buy  around! -  The Peninsula Yarned-  ,-,,a wooMy pari of your lllol  f"  *���- .....����,  4*t f��WBM^/r*'*p#*-#a^*  cfllUMKi ^-aWimrt^^MW ft*t -f"inwfiw*   ^f�� m.  ���':: 4  VfifW ^w**sw*��!*l^^-��^����^Wi������i*ii^U"  Mb****r*i|rtfp��tw    0*trf "*!**���<��  -! rtflWP~**'i'ii*'��l�� WSMHW"��� "J  /       ' T3  \        I  <~V  X',-$&.  ��f>  Wednesday, August 23,1978  The Peninsula Times  PageB-3  T  I  Olu Sladey  BOX 100  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  883-2233  Member of Multiple Listing Service  TOLL FREE FROM  VANCOUVER:  689-7623  HOMES  Market evaluation of real property  *c-  Homeowners are often  blind to defects in a home they  -have -enjoyed-for-yearsy-and-  blissfully unaware of factors  that contribute to its true  market value. Particularly  today when there are many  properties on the market,  pricing a home for trouble-  free sale is the .job for a  professional,  a  real  estate  broker who has ^aets and   different prices. One home's  figures of previous sales for   improvements *may take the  -refereneer^nd-~an~intiiMt^^  knowledge of both marketing while the" second home's  and housing.-A-real estate, improvement investment may  salesperson views yourXome \have been in expensive  as a marketable cojrfmodity   panelling.      The      extra  bathroom wins out in higher  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� tuxurious 3"  BR cedar home, built 1975. View and  many extras.. $105,000.  -MAOBRAPARK - nice 2-BR homo with  fireplace, full basement. Close to  stores etc. $42,500.  GULFVIEW ROAD - Madeira Park,  fantastic view from this new home - 3  new  appliances,   fireplace.   $95,000.  SltVER SANDS ��� 1.8�� acres. Gulf  view, 10 x 50^ furnished mobile home,  small cabin. $45,000.  SltVER SANDS ��� 1.6�� acres, Gulf  view, furnished 12 x 60'mobile home.  Adjoins above property. $45,000.  EARtS COVE_��� furnisfied ,l_2_x 44'  Skyline Mobile. Home on semi-  waterfront lot. $20,000.  MADRRA PARK ��� one BR concrete  block cottage, fireplace. $23,000.  NARROWS ROAD ��� 3 BR rancher, built  1976, carport & sundeck. Close to  Madeira Park. $36,900.  MADEIRA PARK ��� interesting 4 BR  view home, architect-designed. 5  major appliances. $77,000.  GA'RDEN BAY ��� 1J76 sq ft 2 BRview  home���full basement, sundeck. Built  1975. $56,000.  WARNOCK ROAD ��� cozy 2 BR'  panabode, fireplace, full basement. On  large level lot. $36,000.  instead of an emotional tie. He  can point out s^hy two adjacent housed/alike in most  respects may be marketed at  market value. Market  evaluatum of- real property  should be^-teft to the experts.  More advice to home buyers  When you go looking for a  house... ask your real estate  agent a lot of questions. That  home is the largest investment you'll ever make, so  be certain in advance that you  make the best choice. Apart  from the obvious questions  about price and monthly  payments, be sure to ask what  the municipal taxes are... if  they are included on the  mortgage, and is the mortgage assumable. What are  the monthly costs for utilities.  . . will the home be easily  maintained . . . does it need  any work presently, or would  The term condominium  Condominium living is a  popular answer to the need for  less costly home ownership  for many people. Whether you  choose this type.bvvnership for  your first home, or as an,  easier lifestyle when your  family is grown, you have a  w;ide choice from the many  designs available. Though the  idea dates back twenty fiye  hundred years^ the first  condominium units appeared  locally ih the late nineteen  Insulating  for economy  l  Studies show that forty per  cent of all heating and cooling  losses result from leakages  between walls, floors, ceilings  and roofs or around the doors  and windows of your home.  While there is still a good deal  of mild weather in store, now  is the time to be thinking  about ���Winter heating  economy, and arranging for  complete Insulation of your  home before winter arrives.  With the rising cost of energy  and catastrophic shortages on  the horizon, every homo  owner has a responsibility to  prepare for the energy and  money-saving value of full  Insulation. There are1  government subsidies, special  hydro loans, and summer  insulation .specials through  commercial enterprises,  avallablo now. Investigate tho  many ways In which you can  'poparo for wliUors^lhgs for  your own pockctbook, and  energy savings to protect tho  dwindling supplies avallablo  , for tjie future.     y  you want to do any^extensive  modifications, whichywould  add to the cost? Is Uie neighbourhood right tor youNwd  your family.., does it have the  right schools, shopping and'  recreational facilities... and  will the area retain value for  future re-sale. Is good fire and  police protection available,  and what other. municipal  services' are '. provided?  Besides JhavinggJhe-sferV-ices-  sixties. The terms condominium, or strata title  refers to a type of ownership  rather than a particular style.  They can be apartments,  townhbuses; duplexes or Oven  clusters of single family  dwellings in a strata title  project. Condominiums Can be  purchased as small units,  large projects, or high-rises,  with extra facilities such as  swimming pools, saunas and  tennis courts often included ln  the larger projects. Investigate all types of condominiums before you buy, to  make sure it will suit your  particular lifestyle.  of Multiple Listing, your Real  Estate Board member is able  to answer all housing  questions so you make a wise  home investment.  Operation  Areyou^welrnoufished, "oiT  just well fed? Be sure you  are getting a well balanced  and nutritious diet by draw-"  ing from feach of the four  major food groups as* outlined in Canada's Food  Guide.  tILUES (PAQ) LAKE ���  5+ ocrps.  Fruit trees,  3 BR home on.  garden. View  GARDEN BAY ��� 1�� acre view lot,  with 22 x 56' Safeway doublewide - 4  appliances, Harge "suricfeck, 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, hot water heating, 5  dppliances. Built 1976. $84,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 12 x 44'  Glendale mobile home with 430 sq ft  addition. On 2/3�� acre lof. $28,500.  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  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 S marinas. $50,000.  LAND IN BLIND BAY ��� lovely 6 ��  /acres troed island. $60,000.  11,6 ACRE ISLAND ~ 3 BR furnished  panabode, float. Water & hydro.,  $165,000. :  LOTS  GERRANS BAY   '  1. 100�� ft W/F, driveway in, serviced.  $28,000.  2. 78 ft W/F lot, septic tank 8. drain  field in 8 approved, driveway in, bldg  site in, southerly exposure. $39,500.  FRANCIS PENINSULA,  1. 132 ft W/F in Pender Harbour, 1.8  acres, deep moorage. $50,000.  2. 83 ft W/F adjoining above 1.22��  acres. $36,500.  3. 70' bluff waterfront, View over  Bargain Harbour. $21,500.  4. 220-di ft low bank sheltered  wpterfront, 1.24 treed acres. $48,Q00,  BROOKS COVE ��� 194' waterfront,  access by trail (1000' from parking)  septic In, hydro & water. $25,000.  LAKEFRONT PROPERTIES |  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Soasido Plaza     /  886-2000  Gibsons  886-2607  Pender Harbour Really Lid.  HIWAY 101 AT FRANCIS PENINSULA RD.  BARGAIN HARBOUR LOT��� And a roal bargain, It Is  wllh clodn boach, Iroo moorago, clam* 8, oystors |ust stops  away, Prlco |ust-$12(000, ,,���,���,,,,���, *������..,...���.,���������  SECRET COVE AREA -- 10,6 acro* with 400' beach,  walor 8, powor avallablo, road In, F.P. $123,000,   , ,         '-'S'-p?   p*"**t"**'r'ff��-n��ti  Rotlro on tho boautlful  coast of Ponder Harbour. Wo havo 6' Mobllo  Homo Sltos loft,  SlngloWldo*  or Doublo Wldos  Locatod at Garden Bay  WATERFRONT LOT -  In  Egmont,  Has trallor  $39,000,  Doop ond protected mooragw -  pad,  aoptlctt,  wator  and  powor,  1|"-rtrP.^...��mJ.,^.���.rf,^..).���^Mm^WsOT^,vrt^Nh^l|L^)Awji))  100% Bank Torms OPFC  MNGELHOME*  i���...,���,.,..,.t call eo!l#t!.i,,��.,,,.,..��-���  Ed Zack, 591-5105  ONE ACRE LOTS -��� On Francis Ponlnsula, Privacy  plus voiuflL1 m thirmoirdwirobiirafoarJuirs loft loUoo'C"  delay ,'.. $15,000 oach, ,   ^L, : ���~ ,���_ _ ,J  BOATERS ���Oldor typo, 3 bdrm homo with doop  moorago In Pondor Harbour, TP $60,000,'  EXCELLENT   building lol, Front Road, Moduli a Park. Fully  sorvlcod, 5)10,500,  7 ACRES ��� on Highway 101 closo to Madolra Park,      '  FRANCIS PENINSULA - Extra Inrpo (650' doop),  building lot with TfV frontago onMcKllntoch Road,, , $9,500.,  WESTMERE^'BAY -- 1,400�� ft  watorfront on 4.8 troed acres, Nice  boach and rocky point. Wator accoss  only, $47,500, ,  NELSON ISLAND ��� 40 acros, 1��00' on  Wostmoro Bay, 225�� on Wost Lako, 3  BR home, 2 cottages, road to |ako?~  floats, Wator. accoss. $160,000.   ,  ACREAGE  NARROWS;iNLET ��� secluded acreage ���  troed, low bank, 5 to 14 acro parcelsv  Water accoss, $24,500 to $39,500.  ST VINCENT BAY -^ 350-^ ft wo^r-  front, 6,5Ajacros, Wator accoss.  $25,0QQ^ /  EARLS CQVE --5.57 acros, 4503: ft  sholtorod wotorfront ad|ol^fng forry  tormlnal. $125,000.  'SAKINAW LAKE ��� 1,300+. ff  lakefront, 24+ acres, 4 BR furnished  panabode, float. $105,000.  RUBY LAKE ��� 5�� treed ocres close to  public lake accOss. $19,800.  CARTERS LANDING ��� Sakinaw Lake -  24.8 �� acres, 1350 $ff. lakefront, road  access, houso, creek,;$135,000.  RUBY LAKE -~ 95��| actes excellent  land with 400-i: ft lakefront and  2600^; fl on lagoon. $100,000.  D.L. 3258 ��� between Sakinaw & Ruby  Lakes. 1500 �� ft, on ^Sakinaw Lake,  creek. Ha Howell Rd, ends at property,  .115,000.  SAKINAW, LAKE r- 2.9, acres, 1284  lakofront. $18,000.  SAKINAW LAKE ��� lease lot with small  cottage and float. $15,000, Make an  offer. ���  NORTH LAKE ��� 2 BR home, needs  somo finishing, lako view, road accoss.  Prov. loose lot, $21,000.  RUBY LAKE ��� 400��.ft lakqfrontagoi  5Ht, treod,acrosi road access. $49,500,  WATERFRONT HOMES  i  LOTS AND ACREAGE  serviced  sorvlcod lots,  --��� viow lots,  I.MADEIRA  PARK  ���  $8,000-$22,000,  2, FRANCIS PENINSULA  $9,000-$24,000,  3, GARDEN BAY AREA  $12,?00-$21,25Q.  4, SANDY HOOK ��� vlow lol on Porpolso Drlvo. $10,500,  5, PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES- - Sinclair  Bay Road, Soh/lcocl lots, most with  view, throo with lakofront. Prlcod from  $10,000 to $37,500, ,  6, LANGDALE CHINES  Rd; Trood, $13,000,  acros,  LOTS  (ofs;     7,   BARGAIN/HARBOUR  Irood, sorvldod, $25,000.  ��-. DAVIS BAY ��� Trood vlow "lot on  Groor R^ad, $16,500,  9, SELMA PARK ��� lot  with  boautlful  vlow, closo to boach. $22,000,  l,oj '35, Grady  10, FRANCIS PENINSULA . 9 nlco  building lots at cornor of Cochrane and  Cameron Roads. $1 l,000i$ 13,000,  11, FRANCIS PENINSMILA ROAD ~  sorvlcod lot, prlcod lor quick; salo,  $0,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA*- 2.BR homo, full-  basomont, 6 appllancos, flroplaco. 133'  watorlront, ramp Afloat, $81,000,  GARDEN BAY ESTATES - 5 BR homo,  full basomont, 1997 sq tt on main  lloor, Built 1976. Soparato,.700 sq ft  workshop, On 122+ cholco watorfront-lot with ramp ft float, $100,000.  883-9976 883-2748  vi  J., IRENE'S LANQ.ING  lot, Ibvol, $35,000,  2, NEAR KUBY LAKE  Hwy 10V$25,000.  3, MIDDLEPOINT ��� 18,9 pcros, 2  coUpQo, irooh. $40,000.  4,-kLfilNDALE--3.t,acrosonHvvy 101  $21,000.  ACREAGE  2,07 acro vlow      ^> NEAR MADEIRA PARK 15 acres,,  2150 1. fl, on Ifwy. 101, $44,000,  6, KLEINDALE ��� 23,7 acros, somo  merchantable tlmbor, Lots of troos for  building a log houso, $50,000,  7. FRANCIS PENINSULA���l.0�� acros,  corner of Warnock ft Fronds PonlnAula  Roads,'$17,500,  0,39 acros on  BR  EGMONT ��� 4 BR homo, partial'  bosomont, sundock, on 3,3 acros,  270;fci ft cholco watorlront. $95,000,  2 BR htirWrOff 50 =F'""  m'9~���wrm^^mr&'rwm������wpmiiii''iii'>' nm"y����\<i." MwiiMinir; ..-���������i"'|��'-"'��������-��� 7; ���  li-.t., . r-,  ri"i,l',rMf��irt��,�����J,iV/. ;��M�� ��^.��|:|W|<��l|'l.<!rMilB',!tH,l��p^4'|��4'jtfj^,!;j  Gftn^ral sl'or*, 3 BR rosld.nco7r��ntoi      MADEIRA PARK ��� vacant ktoro bldg,i GERRANS BAY - 2003: ft W/f, 2,4        CDAkirio  ncMlklcllli,  houso, On -\,]&�� ncro�� vvlth UQf ft      ad|olnlng'llvlhg quartor*.  On*  acro acros, 2'BR homo with flroplatfe, 2 BR       FR,,,C .  7 ,     j ,   "~^��rKl !."                    front, $103,000      with 104'Irontago on Madolra Park Rd, cotlago, dock �� lloat. $150,000. architect dosgnod homo-on  130 ll,  sholtorod, doop walorf.r  plus cash for stock.    ,  Zonod R3, $52,000,  watorfront lot, $95,000,  RscsKnrcw;  i _^ _ i  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233  ���;��yxy\.:,:y��x,;,  MYAAlAtt.  '^Wti ���',�������'���-�� ')  ���������At  tm .ivk-ppV'  ''*,,'--���*,''-, i^'t-^' i" v  ��� x  t     *    i    ts       ft ^t    n**  *>  am,  I.   a  t'-^^^^V.  I.  ���'f  ���\' '  . '   ..     It  ./.: i -,\  I ��� ��� "I ���  PageB-4   Peninsula Times -   Wednesday, August 23    JASPER,  Canada's Safety Bear  --X  Home mortgages  \  \  Mortgages' are vehicles  that have made it possible for  CanaairtoTjecome oneofthe"  highest   home-ownership  , countries in the world. They  are provided by banks, trusty  \mortgage companies, credit  unions and individuals, and  tjecause of this competition,  ere are many options open  ;o the home buyer. Shop  around for a mortgage, just as  you would for a house. It is to  the advantage of the potential  home buyer to negotiate the  term which suits him best...  ��e_term being the time  allowed before th�� mortgage^  must'be re-negotiated. When  the term comes up for  renegotiation, you are not  obligated-to_ .stay with the  same lender, but you should  he aware that placing' a  mortgage with another lender  could involve legal expenses  that may - cancel out any  savings on interest rates. Ask  your licensed real estate  professional to guide you in^  your choice of mortgage for  the property you are buying.  IMAGINE...  your cabin or home  quiet woods  pristine Lake  spectacular Views of sea & mountains  75 large'lots & acreage* now available on Hotel Lako..  [some waterfrtW}!p.diacent to,fender Harbour:on tho  '  -   fabulous Sunshirio; Coast. Water", power, telephone! & ,   -  " "paved reads. Approx. -1 hrs.,drive from Langdale Ferry -���  Terminal. Some of the world's best fresh & salt- water  fishingl& aquatic recreation. \ '  Some of the world's best fresh ft salt water fishing S  aquatic recreation. Moorage & shopping a stroll away.  ... AND AFFORDABLE TOOL.'  For detailed information, contact  RICHARD VOLK  Westwater Properties Inc.  ���689-5771; 591-7459 eves.  ATTENTION:  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 Features in your new home would include:  -1200 sq.f-.. 2 or 3 bdpn. full basement  -Fl-'or plan of your choice  -Br -:k fireplace and chimney  -Thermal Pane windows  ���Ready for occupancy in 2 short months.  And many other attractive features.  A quality home at an affordable price  Further inquiries Please call  GREG LEMKY at 886-2706  Because the door ot an old Irjdge cannot be opened from inside,  It is the most dangerous of places for children.to hide.  Role of the  real estate agent  .:_ JVheivfa,.seller purchaser.  . requires the service land  assistance of a real;" estate  licensee, remuneration for  this service is a commission  out of the t��rice paid to the  seller. This does'not mean that  only the seller is protected,  because as middleman, the  agent also protects the interests of the buyer. Licensed  professional real estate people  operate under the Real JBstate  Act and' Real Estate Boards'  Codes of Ethics which demand  ;Jthat interests of both buyer;!;;  and"seller be protected. Also,--f ��������  as a matter of practicality, the  agent wants both buyer and  seller as future clients or  satisfied customers who will  recommend him for further  business. Those vendors and  buyers who need the  assistance of real estate  personnel in their purchase or  sale can depend on a licensed  agent who belongs to a Real  Estate Board with firm codes  and standards. -  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE LTD.  Box 1490, R.R. 1  Wharf Road, Sechelt B.C. VON 3A0  885-3271  /  - r  \  We're the Neighborhood Professionals:"  W.' 2#  > ��  Explaining the term  ^Buyer's Market"  The words buyers' market  should not throw fear into the  breast of a vendor. Instead, it.  can work in his favour.  Traditionally, more houses  are made available on the  markeLat this time of year,  and thoiigft* this may present  some buyer-confusion, you  may be sure that, a good  property, realistically priced,  and made attractive to  potential purchasers; will be  chosen by a buyer who will be  nappy with his choice because  he has had great comparison  opportunity.  Convenience, . location,  condition, space and facilities,  neighbourhood and price ..are.  the six major considerations  that  govern any  buyer's  choice: If your property^meets.  most of all of the average  buyer's needs you can depend-  on plenty of activity and an  eventual satisfactory sale),  Existing homes, on the  market today are good value  because they can never^ be  duplicated at the same price  again.  EXCEPTIONAL ��� VALUE,  $59,900, From the londscoped-  grounds and cathedral entrance to the 1 bdrm suite, this  almost 1500', 3 bdrm, 2  fireplaces, large rec room  beauty truly represents value.  Situated in W. Sechelt, it is our  pleasure to show thisi) home.  Larry Reardon, 885-9320.  HOPKINS LANDING  SCRUB BRUSH AND PAINT $34,000  No reasonable offer refused on this 2 bdrm basement home. 3rd  bdrm in'bsmt> Huge kitchen with many cupboards near new  stove and fridge. Walk to ferries. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  GIBSONS  SARGENT ROAD $13,900  Magnificent ocean view lot, fully serviced;;on sewer. 65 x 1*10','  ; close to all amenities." Builders terms available.-Larry Reardon,,  885-9320. y : -'',"'.. - ;   ���,,;;.;.-;,    :  RETIREMENT SPECIAL',                  ,- ;    "\)7    X. X    $43;500,  Spotless 2 bedroom jiome with-terrific^ardehs'^andic^ment:"'  "'patio, garage \yith'wp��'kshop and .storage .level.���Wg1k'to shops  .J.'phd waterfront..Chuck Dowman,-.885-93Zte }X'X,    > '���-'    ; '���';  ji:'i' ROBERTSCREEK  ;-UP &DOWN DUPLEX ^$49,500  ^Large   3   bedroom twith -'ex-  ' ;cellent. revenue  potential.  Located    on    1    acre    near  Roberts   Creek   on   Highway  101.   Vendor    will    consider  offers. Ed Baker, 885-2641.  ACREAGE-INVESTMENT ~       ..'���*. $25,000  2.14 acres ot Joe and Lower Roberts Creek Road with over 700'  on the Lower Road. Could be 4 lots - terrific potential for the'  investor. Chuck Dow'man, 885-9374.  SELMA PARK  OCEAN VIEW $17,500  Good solid older type family home in good repair with unin-  torruped view of the ocean. It has 3 bedrooms, the living room  --��� havwaift<rwal|-esfp-6C'and'"l rTere7ra~lcTfge-Ti tcfierTand "cfinTng"  area. Thifehome is on lease land $600 p.a. Ed. Baker, 885-2641.  TUWANEK  160 FT. FRONTAGE $14,500  Cleared and ready for building. Half block to water and safe  ���swimming. Easy terms. Chuck Dowman 885-9374.  SUMMER HIDE-A-WAY $17,500  This half acre has water and hydro. A 33 ft trailer and two metal  sheds jqined together with a wood Heater. Easy terms are  available. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  SECHELT  1/3RDOFANACRE $1,500 DN  ��� Water is on this beautifully treed lot, fronting on two roads.  Excellent view potential. Full price $13,500. Chuck Dowman  885-9374.  SECHELT VILLAGE SECHELT $59,500  New deluxe 3 bedroom, full basement home of 1320 sq ft,  completed approx 30 days. Large LR, DR area with FP, kitchen Is  a housewives dream wjth built-in bar-b-que. Full double plbg. All  features must be seen to be appreciated, Ed Baker, 885-2641.  WATERFRONT t&T/VIEW LOT $15,500 & 8,500  At Sandy Hook we have this 100'+ waterfront lot, close to road  and adjoining with an excellent view lot that lies next to B.T.  -    Larry Reardon, 885-9320.  VILLAGE $46,000 offors please  Well kept, sparkling clean 2 bedroom bungalow. Walking  distance to stores and schools. LR 17 x 19 with fireplace, dinette,  utility, 2 full bathrooms. Owners leaving. Immediate possession.  Ed Baker. 885-2641.  WEST SECHELT $18,5oo  1.17_acres. Nicely treed, gentle slope to SW will have a good  Vyiew when some trees come down. Ed Baker, 885-2641.  NEW WITH A VIEW $52,900  Deluxe 3 bedroom bsmt home with ensuite off bright' master  , .bedrqonjVGreaf kitchen with lots of cupboards/and eating area.'  .. Good ,viey��off fiberglassed sundeck. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  ' -, $2!5g0.0fERApRE^i'i?;-'',L X' '"��� ,.-'.;:''' ]���'''.-.y"  ; '.Co,7'Pl��,^'Priyacy,.ypt only lO.minutes from.Sechelt, 25 acres; -  -:-^mostl5rfever-with'5ehtl#slop^Roda"a~hydroro property. Chuck  Dowmah; 885-9374/" ���    . _������   -  , ,    $56,500  Attractive" Spanish"type"3 bdrm" Bungalow, approx 3 yrs built.'  Large LR 20 x 20 with iireplace, open beam ceilings, DR family  kitchen. All bdrms large, master ensuite w/w throughout. Large  workshop at rear. Floor area 1584 sq ft. Ed Baker, 885-2641.  .REDROOFFS/ HALFMOON BAY AREA  WELCOME WOODS " $9,500 & $9,750  Two extra large lots 125'x200'. Larry Reardon, 885-9320.  $13,500  Beautiful 1/2 acre lot, loaded with trees on blacktop road, with.  ���  water and hydro. Larry Reardon, 885-9320.  HALF-ACRE LOT      ' c^_^ $15,000  Large treed lot at the corner of Redrooffs Road and the road to '  Sargeant Bay. Serviced with hydro anar water. Larry Reardon,  885-9320.      *  $ 10,500 OR NEAR OFFER _  -���Recreatiorrpropertyri00~x "250:^7el7Ta^'a1fFcIearg3r f or"  home site or trailer. Water and Hydro. Ed Baker, 885-2641.   ������-���".���         - - ,-���-.. \  $12,500-  Nor West Bay Rd wooded lot. 70 x  150. zoned R2. Trailers  allowed. Sigh on. Ed Baker, 885-2641.  -A     PENDER HARBOUR AREA  GARDEN BAY ROAD $22,500  Rock bluff building site on*this"3.5 acre wooded property, would  provide terrific view over pasture land. All year stream. Easy  terms available. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  BARGAIN HARBOUR LOT $22,500  Semi-waterfront property, just across the Narrows Bridge and  facing Bargain Harbour.'Treed and good for building on, with  just.the road between you and the water. Larry Reardon, 885-  9320.  MAOEI RA PARK RANCH $125,000  22 acre working ranch, all fenced, ond cross-  fenced. Good'farge barn, good pasture and some  fruit trees. All year round water supply. And for  the' lady of the house it has a modern 2 bedroom*  home. Has facilities for horse show and rodeos.  Call Larry Reardon, 885-9320.  ..\..,...\\:,\���v.  u    .  I   ,      tl  THE NUMBER  TO REMEMBER  885-2235 (&) e.&o.e.  Vane. 689-5838 (24 hrs.)  Box 128  AGENCIES LTD.  Sechelt  We Are As Close As Your Phone  Coast to Coast ,  Real Estate Service  r- ���        ;       ��� f - r   T/r ,     ��� i.   ���     . ���   ' .        ; ,    ��� ���  Call now for our FREE Real Estate Catalogue  NEW ON MARKET  LARGE LOT #4001  Largo building lot 140 x 130' In quiot area, Somo  vlow, gentle slope, sunny area with some troos,  but could be clearod, roady for building that dream  homo you havo In mind, Asking $11,900, JIM  WOOD; 885-2571.  VIEWLOT                                "          i     ' ������    /MOOS  High lot with vlow of ocoan and also of Elphlnstono. Levol home slto with benefit of unused roadJ  I ond.-Aroa of now homos. Low density. FP $15,500.J  [JACK WARN, 80612681 ovos. /  I-    i ' ..' - up      ������ ' '-'���/  660 FT. OCEAN WATERFRONT #3959  Plus about 15 acros, Good vloW from all acroago. Pavod Hwy  101, hydro & city water at roadsldo, Asking $175,000 with  $50,000 down, BOB KENT, 005-9461 ovos,  *s4*��M  WESTSE^HttT:BUILDINGIOT���-����W39S8  Lovol, some nlco troos, SUe 80 x 140', Water, hydro, phone A  cable At road: Partial wafer view, 9hor�� distance to beach. FP  $13,900. PETER SMITH, 005-9463 eves,  RETIREMENT SPECIAL #3881  'Here'li o var�� opptfrWrilty fo* purchase affordable accommodation with boach access across the road, Well bull),  approxlmatoly 7 year old 1 bodroom Insulated homo with'  llroploco and, Included In purchase price Is IS years of the  loaso, Asking $21,100, DERT WALKER, 005-3746 oves,  GIBSONS HARBOUR ^lEW #3966  ll-, Excellent.Vl��W Irom llll* duplox toned hulldlno lot, Close to  ���toros ond marina, All *ervlcos Including sewor, Locatod on  the earner of Martin Rd 8, Wynoart, Asking price $12,900. JIM  WOOD, 008.2671 eves,     _. ...... \  A PLACE IN THE SUN #3965  Can bo yours, this qualltV built new homo with 1700 sq \X,  flnlshod has a largo sundeck with a superlative southern  sunny vlow. Contains many oxtras at tho prlco of $54,500.  RUTH MOORE, 085-9213 ovos. Tgj^  SEA VIEW LOT #3990  Gontlo slopo towards pcoah, Good soil 60 x 150' lot In qulot '  aroa |ust stops jo boating occoss, playgrounds and lowor  Gibsons shopping aroa, Just $11,500 try your offor. BOB  KENT, 005-9461 evos, ,  GOOD WATERFRONT #3955  Flno pebble boach, sand at low tido, Boathouse too, Excollont  3 bodroom homo 1464 sq fI. In Immaculato condition, Kltchon  rocontly now, also flroplaco in big vlow living" room. Largo  workshop at roar.'FP $05,200, PETER SMITH, 805-9463 ovos,  A BETTER BUY ."   #3971  Well placed to catch the aftornoon sun, this 000 so,J| Jp-^  ,"'^��il|dfb'd'hbmb"6'n'*fwo"l6ve|��TaT3 bodroomiTup andan'ad"  dltlpnal ono for guost* on the low lovel, Partial view ovor  Seehell Inlet at Tuwanek. Vondor will take $12,500 down on  , .   tho pp of $34,500. Lookjor our sign thon coll BERT WALKER,  /   805-3746 ovos to mako your offor,  LANGDALE OCEAN VIEW #3935  Magnificent view from this exceptionally "low prlcod lot, 164  x 70', Ideal for a basement home with sundeck, 2 mln to ferry  tormlnal, All sorvlcos available. The prlco Is low $9,900, JIM'  WOOD, 005-257) oves,  MOBILE HOME LOT        . . #3989  Largo secluded lot In well troed qulot, area', roned R-2 which ,  allpWl, mobllo ..homes,, power .and-water available,-On-  blacktop road In the Roberts Creek aroq, Locatod at the en'd  of Richards Road, Check It out, Asking $11.900. JIM WOOD,  005-2571 eves..  CLOSE TO EVERYTHING I #3973  Just $39,500 for 4 yr 3 bodroom 1160 sq ft, all ori oho floor. ,  Huge flroplaco, eloctrlc forced air heating. ;64 x 120'. Vendor  wants action* mako your offer to BOB KENT, 885-9461 oves.  DAVIS BAY - 3 BEDROOMS ,     ���       #3949  A vory comfortable homo on a qulot stroot, 1200 sq ft, good  carpotlng In living ond bodrooms, lino In kltchon and utility',  Sundock, part basomont, wator vlow, 70,x 149' lot, FP  $45J900, PETER SMITH, 085-9463 ovos.  ACREAGE #3884  Sconlc, natural sotting 2 acro parcolh on pavod accoss roads  at Klolndalo aro |ust walling for your Ideas to croato tjiat  socludod hideaway/retreat, Vondor will tako 20% down  with balanco ovor 20 yoars at 11 1/2%, FP from $16,500.  BftU WALKER, 005-3746 ovos,  SELMA PARK VIEW #3942  Excollont 4 bedroom, hugo living room wllh froo standing  llroploco for maximum heat efficiency. Basement mostly  'finiihfld/pw-airkeprgafdeni'WIth'Mh^  the hard work has boon dono, Phono mo to vlow my  pleasure, asking $65,000, JIM WOOD, 803-2571 ovos,  VILLAGE SPECIAL #3993  Delightful 3 bodroom homo closo to all tho advantages of  Seehell living, Woll planned and decorated wllh some supor  special features, FP $44,500, RUTH MOORE, 805-9213 ovos,  WATERFRONT HOME 1.6 ACRE #3983  Approximately 1500 ft of living area on 100 x 700' lot, Extensive vlow from park-llko proporty, FP $65,000, BOB KENT,  803-9461 evot,  QUICK BEFORE SUMMER GOESI       //3972 a 3964  Two delightful waterfront homes locatod In sunny, friendly  Porpoise Bay eod prk��d ot fost $31,000 and $47,500, RUTH  MOORE, 083-9213 evos for moro dotalls,  t=bi  NEW ON MARKET  .     - ^  NEAR THE SEA QUALITY HOME #4<>03s  ' 1200 sqft on each of 2 levels, 2 bedrooms with all  rooms gonerously spaced. Built-in workshop &  garago with study or rec room at ground level.  Nlcoly troed lovel lot 100 x 260' with blacktop  driveway, Full width balconlos to on|oy tho country  life. Prlcod now at $59,9001 BOB KENT, 885-9461  ovos'. ���  "\ p ;   .  WEST SECHELT HOME #4004  Flno 3 bedroom doublo wldo on largo lot, Wost j  Socholt, Offors to $40,500. PETER SMITH, 885-9463/  I ovos, '  TREMENDOUS OCEAN VIEW #3996  Old fashioned values In this modern 4 bodroom homo on  woll landscapod lot, |ust stops to oasy soa aCcoss. Wot bar In  rec room, lots of work area In full basement plus 1320 sq ft  main lovol and a huge sundeck. FP $65,600. BOD KENT, 805-  9461 oves,  HOME NEAR SANDY BEACH #3946  Just a block t^o the beach frornf h)s a bedroom home In Davis.  Bay, 1200 sq ft on one floor, heatilator flroplace In living  room. 92 x 100' lot, fenced two sides, Part basement for  workshop, roc room or ? Asking prlco |ust $30,000, PETER  SMITH,, 005-9463 oves. \  BUILDER'S DREAM #4000  Dellghtlully level cleared lot, some trees remaining. Locatod  rloht In Seehell, so close to school, park, shopping and booch,  A grand lot to build upon dhd soworod soon, Prlcod right at  $12,500. RUTH MOORE, 885-9213 eves.  CLOSE TO BEACH -/   #4002  One block to the best be^ch on tho Coast. Close to school  playoround and store, Good building lot partla)|y cleared and  prlcod to sella! $13,500, RUTH MOORE, 003-921��-ovos,  N��".���-'"\  885-9213  Don Lock  883-2526  Peter Smith  885-9463  ^^^.(rM,**^ ti^f^Tflh-w^i 41:  Don Hadden  885-9504  Jim Wood-  ,885:25?i  Bert Walker  885-3746  Jack Warn  886-2681  Bob Kent  889-9461  John R. Goodwin  :    885-245$  "*,*^��-,  lk$#jiiWt'&-^'i^B(^��!wW'i^:-^^  /��*����� ft*��Wrf. !*��{pf9hMl*-jiK|t ���>*  . 7.  A,.,,. ���r%m-'.i..-. .,,  -���/..  m-  ^niHIIIIIHIIIIHII  L ESTATE  APPRAISAIS  NOtARY PUBLIC  ^LfiLK%  Wednesday, August 23,1978  DENTAL BLlt  GIBSONS  PHONE 886-22  AND LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD   'TOLL FREE 682-1 51  Jon McRae  885-3670  Lorrie Girard  886-7760  Chris Kankainen  885-3545  -  The Peninsula Times Page B-5  Arne T. Pettersen  886-9*93      -  HOMES  GRANDVIEW ROAD: (off Pine) Three bedroom home on a  beautifully treed and fully landscaped lot (175 x 150)  with an excellent view of Georgia Strait. Kitchen has  eating nook and a built-in oven and range top. Floor to  ceiling cut rock fireplace. Covered sundeck 'and a huge  double carport. $63,500.  FRONTAGE^ ROAD: Longdole. Something Special I  Spacious deluxe family home in quiet a��ga on a fabulous  view lot with attractive landscaping and rock walls.'For  extra comfort and convenience there are thermo windows throughout, efficient hot water heating, air conditioning, intercom, Jenn^oir range, built-in oven and  dishwasher, expensive light fixtures, 200 amp service,  and many more fine features. Locate.d close to school ond  within easy walking distance to ferry terminal. All this for  the price of $84,900A  BOYLE ROAO:, 5.05 acres partially cleared  and electrically fenced. Includes cow,  ���SJ2i��jiS5iL9Jld_^.|iJ��s;J^  owp septic. Partially finished home, all new  construction, approximately 1/2 completed.  White onyx fireplace, varnished cedar ceiling,  tl'ermopffne windows, and large combination  f-jrnace. Please make an appointment first to  view. $68,000.   _ *   _y_   GRANTHAMS LANDING ��� Well kept 3 bdrm  family home with full basement. New shake  roof and for-heating economy thermopane  windows. Basement has rec room, workshop  ��� ond laundry room. Grounds are beautifully  landscaped. Large sundeck to enjoy a lovely  waterview of Keats Island and the Gap.  $42,900.     ' "(  CRUCIL ROAD, GIBSONS: Bright and spacious  3 bedroom family home in excellent condition  STEWART ROAD: Lovely Spanish style home  on 1   1/2 acres level land. Four bedrooms,  !��^9.^4,.wLLhjn.,j}qs^  schools ond shops. Large kitchen" with built-in  'dishwasher and indirect, -lighting. Two  fireplaces, huge recreation room. Lots of  extra space in daylight basement for den or  extra bedroom and workshop. For the price of  $62,500 you also get o beautiiul view for your  constant enjoyment.  with fireplace. Almost 1400 square feet of  living space on o'ne floor.-*Definitely one of a  kind. $55,000.  NORTH FLETCHER ROAD: Three bedroom  home on completely landscaped view  property in Gibsons. Lawn in front and back  of home with small garden. House is very well  kept with separate, suite in basement. In-'  -eluded are fridge, stove, washer and dryer.  $64,500  PARK ROAD: Three bedroom home on 5 acres  in Gibsons. Property on both sides are also  for sale making a total of 15 acres available  for future development. A good' holding  property. " $79,500  BROWNING RD: Wilson Creek. Rustic and  cozy A-frame home tucked atoay on a"  beautifully' treed lot. The house is approximately 3/4 finished and an enterprising  couple should have a good time finishing it off  to suit their own taste. Jh'e asking price for  this hideaway project is $34,900  DAVIDSON ROAD: Large three bedroom  home on 1/2 acre treed lot on Langdale Ridge  offering view and privacy. Lots of cabinet1  space' in well thought out kitchen. Fireplace  upstairs. Full basement. $54,900.  LANGDALE: This estate' is situated on two  view lots at Langdale overlooking the Howe >   Sound waters, it is 60% fiiished, the exterior  being complete, leaving the interior ready f0AmLCREST ROAD: Panoramic view of Gibsons-  I .  = "      '     your own design. There are two' floors with Harbour and Georgia Strait from this lovely  I     ROBERTS CREEK: This could be the home with    tne following extras: three fireplaces, sauna, home. Exceptionally large kitchen as well as  acreage you have-been looking for. Situated-  four   bathr.ooms.   sunken   rec   room,   bar. a separate dining room. Two bedrooms and a  I    well back from the street to give you all the    powder   room,    open   ceilings    in    master rec roorn and bedroom finished downstairs.  ' privacy you want..-This,rustic4K>me-'iS'^n'^m-��-<���bedto^^V,1, lMrVg'rodm'dn'd'rec' room."*ThTs Living-room features o floor-to ceiling wo1  L roPcul8te.f:andiJi9A.fWd.J&^  I-;*of livift��space.;Wpartiatly^^                                                                                                                                       <.,.,.  is just over five acres and could be developed   hand. ($14,300). Full price for two lots and    -into-e-nice-hobby-fom^The-zoning-ailows | house on an "as lg"-ba5Tsr$TS7^0  subdivisiorHnto half acre lots and there is a  dedicated rodd along one side. A good "buy  and an excellent investment. $65,500.  FIRCREST PLACE: New large rpnch style home  with'tongue and groove cedar feature walls  in the living room and family room. You can  eliminate heating bills with the airtight wood  heater and double glazed,windows. Three  bedrooms with room to expand by putting  walls on the carport. $44,900.  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.   ./  /  ���HILLCREST RD: Excellent three bodroom  /.family home close to schools and. shopping,  pPartial basomont,, separate utility room.  Landscaping Is Irt v/lth many large trees in the  'back yard. Nico neat home priced to sell.  $42,700. ;   ,    -    ',"; ���;������������ ���-���'����  LANDALE RIDGE SUBDIVISION.: Fantastic  vlow lots, An aroa of now and varied homes,  Theso lots offer'themselves to many different   and. 9��od ro,,om m*Y* ,hU an-oxcollenHn-  NORTH FLETCHER ROAD: Gibsons. Cozy,  compact and comfortable home with  character and charm, A place for people who  enjoy the rustic and woodsy feel and appreciate a panoramic view. The basement has  in-low suite potential. Huge sundeck- for.  outdoor entertainment, Substantial workshop  for^he hobbyist or tinkerer. $60,000  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 includos A-frame guest cottage and 16  x 16 workshop with 220 wiring. Partially  cloarod and foncod with vegetable garden,  $67;500    ;    -    -  GIBSONS REVENUE; Four-plox? Positive cash  flow wllh olovon thousand dollars revenue  por yoar 111 Tol'units contain flvo bodrooms  with one and a half baths, Lowor suites are  large two bodroom units. Low maintenance  George Townsend  885-3345  Doug Joyce  885.27$1  Bob Bull  885-2503  ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE: 2 bdrm  attractive home on almost 2 acres  level Hiway frontage, easy access.  Good large shop with HD wiring for  bench tools. Home completely  remodelled. Shake roof, rancher  alum, siding. Several outbldgs.  Secluded landscaped property. FP  $69,500.  iderson  REALTY LTD.  ��� A.  885-3211  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  Post Office Box 12T9, Sechelt  Vancouver   Toll   Free:   684-8016  Frank Lewis  886-9997  Jack Anderson  885-2053  Stan Anderson  885-2385  SECHELT VILLAGE - 3 bdrm modulor  home, 864 sq ft. Near new on clear  garden lot. Walk to shops. Price  includes stove and fridge, washer  and dryer, drapes. Must be sold, FP  $33,900.  SECHELT VILLAGE - Brand new 2  bdrm custom-built basement home.  Sunny bright kitchen. Extra insulation  in the ceiling, twin seal windows and  heatilator fireplace. FP $56,500.  VI&W HOME, DAVIS BAY: 3  bedrooms, large living room and a  fantastic landscaping job. Garage in  part base ment.., Lot Is 60 x 150,  blacktop driveway,,! block to level  ���beachT-Asking-$487900:������   GIBSONS: Attractive two bedroom  home with part basement on large  sewered lot 98 x 148'. Magnificent  view property. Cozy living room with  brick fireplace and wall-to-wall.  Modern kitchen vj/ith wall-to-wall,  new cabinets and yiew windows in  eating area. Smart yanity bathroom.  Auto oil heating. Excellent buy at FP  .$36,500.  -HIGHWAY 101- SOLNIK: Ofte acre  with two bedroom house. Gently  sloping land in grass with creek at  one side. Shed at rear could be used  for horse ^barn. Under proposed  bylaw No. 96.27 it would allow home  industry. $39,900.  BEAUTIFUL DAVIS BAY: Immaculate  3 bedroom home in this most''  des i rabLe���af-ea.���Featu res���are-:  ensuite, acorn fireplace, electric  forced air heating and a most attractive view!  FP $55,000.  ROBERTS CREEK, 3 BEDROOM - Immaculate 3 bedroom ground I eve  home on an 80 x 140' cleared lot.  Some nice cedars- on .the property.  Home has" a brick fireplace & is  heated with automatic oil. All wall to  wall carpets throughout. Crawl space  _ioundation���FJt.$44.,900, ~-~-~-  SECHELT: New 2 bdrm. Walk to the  shop��. Lqads of cabinets in large  kitchen. Good dining area. Large  utility and laundry room. Level lot.  Drive in carport. $43,500*  SELMA PARK: Fantastic View! Near  new family home' on large, treed  garden property. Large living room,  separate dining room. Rec room is  finishejd7plu!>uexilra bedroom. gr��.UQ.d_  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.  level.   12   x   26'   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  . i^Ji mmmmmFt  \yjxm , -    -^  SECHELT: New 3 bedroom home with  view, a bright kitchen and large  utility room and on a large lot. Ensuite off master bedroom. Shake  | roof. Reduced to $38,900.  WATERFRONT SECLUSION ���.A most  desirable residence secluded, yet  close to Sechelt. Excellent private  moorage! Spacious and bright living  room, 500 sq. ft. covered, tiled,  swnporch with open sundeck 12 x 36'.  Lower floor has bedroom, sitting  room & bath. This Is an exclusive  home for elegant living and entertaining. Priced at $11 5,000. Some  terms.  building locations. En|oy privqey and tho vlow  of Howo Sound. Prlcod from $11,900.  vostmont   value.   Closo  Financing avallablo,  to   all  amonltlos,  $89,900  20ACH-ROAD"toff-tgBk7Rd)TThrree year_olcf  three bedroom home situated on a quiet  subdivision in Roberts Creek only 2 miles  from Gibsons, Large kitchen with an eating  nook?* Yard is nicely landscaped, yours to  enjoy from the split level sundeck, Exfras  include a wired and plumbed darkroom and a  7x,8 storago shed. $44,900  DOGWOOD ROAD: Two bedroom home with  completely equipped in-law suite close to  schools ond shopping. Full basement with rec  room. Lot is completely fenced, needs some  landscaping, Excellent family or retirement  home. $49,900., , ... ���'..',:'-..1..  (.'���'''������"' ' '  LOOKOUT AVE: Near, now three, bodroom  ,home in good condition on largo view lot In  now subdivision just past the Sunshine Coast  Arena, In Secholt, Boating facilities close by.  Owner Is transferred and you fcan have Immediate .possession. Asking' prlco $52,500,  MALAVIEW , ROAD: Immaculate three jjj|  bedroom homo on lovol landscaped lot, In ma  area of new homos, Situated on qulot cul de 2  sac, sale for chlldron and, pots, Doyblo, 5  wlndqwii for comfort and economy, Soparato H  dining room and wall to wall carpotlng, g  $46,500, X     M'  s  s  ROBERTS CREEK: Charming one  bedroom cottage on 1.4 acres of  beautifully treed property. Approx 1  acre cleared with barn and corral. FPi  $37,000.  WEST SECHELT,  3  BEDROOM/FULL  |?BSMT, comfortable family home on  J?rfquiet street,   1   1/2 years new with  I,high ceilings and well designed floor  j<plan. Large lot with lawn and garden  ���Si^in.  Bsmt  development in  progressY  Priced,to sell at $47,900.  CREEKSIDE HOME: on 6/10 acre with  WEST SECHELT: New 4 bedroom with  finished basement in area of new  homes.   Features  include  large kit-  parklike .�� e)ttmg,,.toyyeFing-<,.treQ*-,$ y--����Kerh|A-no��k,f 4irepJaceHbf��ementt-ir  spacious, "easy   to   maintain   level"   flue for. stove, finished rec Voom' in   -  The Dock  OFFICE SPACE  FOR LEASE  NEW BUILDING  lawns. One year new expansive  ome���has���two���large���-bedroorrrer  Separate entrance hall leads to a  large living room with fireplace that  invites gracious entertaining. A 23' 'x  28' attached garage could be converted to an, extra, bedroom & family  room. An added plus is a 440'  workshop with 3 pee plumbing, Close  to the best sandy beach-In area. FP  $68,500. .>.���������';. >���  Mpin street location, on-siteVarking.  New building. ^Move ih now. Sizes  from 350 to 700 sq ft; All offices are  carpeted and painting will be done.  Up" to 5 yopr. leases available with  renewal���option. '  Call S, Andorson -Andorson Realty,  885-3211 - Home, 885-2385  basement, carport, sundeck and a  ~isvs1~g&sy to landscape yard. Priced  right at $53,900. 4  WATERFRONT BROWNING ROAD:  One of a kind ��� 75' pebble beach  and a level lot. Quiet area away from  the highway in a secluded location. 3  bedroom home with fireplace, 2  bathrooms, corport, large dining  room & living room. Everything you  need for retirement living, summer  or permanent home, 1400 sq ft offered at a reduced price of $85,900,  REDROOFFS AREA: Wlldwood Rd���  build on. Beautiful evergreens,  $11,000.  125 x 200' lovel lot, very oasy to  Priced  for  immediate sale  at  LOTS  SARGENT ROAD: Build your droam homo on  this outstanding proporty In Gibsons most  popular rosldontlal aroa, Fabulous vlow of  tho harbor and Goorgla Strait, Ovor 65' strool  frontago, Easy walking dlstanco to schools  and 8h,ops,,$17,900^ .,.'..  UPLANDS ROAD: Tuwanok. Idoal rocroatlon  lot In* boautlfully woodod and parkllko sotting. Zonod for trailers, This.lot ovorlooks  Socholt lnlo| and tho l!amb Island. $0,900.  FAIRVIEW ROAD: Noarly 1/4 acro of flat oasy  to build on land, Mobllo homos are allowed,  Largo codar troos provide privacy and  onhanco this ?otllng, Closo to' Codar Grovo  School. $11,900.  TUWANEK: Only ono block lo boach, full vlow  of Inlot, Plpod community wator available 80  x 140, ' $9,900  DAVIDSON RD: 2/5 ol an acro wllh a fantastic  viow from ^anftdalo Ridge, This lot has a small  crook on tho vory back ol tho property, All  now homos In this aroa, $14,900,  MtCULLOUGH RD: Wilson Crook. Closo to ono  acro   trood   property   wllh   subdivision  possibilities,  $22,500  "WAKEFIELD RbTCoad'TS^nglo^^Ztor  and powor overlooking Georgia'Strait and  tho Trail Island1, This Is a cprnor lot In a nowly  bulll up aroa, $.12,500, -  TUWANEK'. 00 x 140 lot, only ono block to  beach, Full vlow of Ihe Inlot, Plpod community  walor avallablo, $9,900,  WHARF RD; At the cdrner of DaWdion', With a  llttlo oasy cloarlng this lot will bo ropdy to  build on, Walking dlstanco to tho lorry, Lot  Ilio,|h00x 110, $12,900  POPLAR LANE: Cloarod and lovel building lot  conveniently located on a qulot cul de taq  only ono block away from Sunnycrest  Shopping Contro, Tho silo Is ready to build on  .ond l��~��ultaJ)lo lor,.a*conventional or��con*-  temporary stylo homo, $12,900, I  ADBS ROAD: Vlow of the Bay area and  Goorgla Strait Is yours from this boautilul jot  In areq of elaborate new homes. Two blocks,  lo schools and shopping, $10,900  POPLAR LANE; Beautlfulflatbuilding lot with  vlow of North Shore Mountains. Locatod on  Iho ond ol a qulot cul do sac only 1 block to  Sunnycrost Mall Shopping Contro and schools,  All services Including sowor, Ad|acont to  grass playing Hold, ', $14,900"  HILLCREST RDi Only $3,000dbWnl Balance by  Agreement for Salo will purchase one of  theso boautilul view lots at the ond of a amulet  cul de sac, All underground services so thoro  i��j}.o!l)lilflJ9,kinP(.i,!lio~ylpvy��,i,Thw��*lati.lar*��  cloarod and roady to build on, The ravine Ih  Iront will ensure your privacy, Thoso lots  roproiont excellent valuo, Priced from  $13,900  YMCA flD; Longdalo, Cleared, lovol building  lot measuring Bl x 173, suitable for a variety  ol house plant, Located within eaiy walking  distance to school and a low minutes |og to  the lorry terminal, Make an pffer on Ihp  asking prlco ol $12,900  COMMERCIAL WATERFRONTi With watorfront  as scarce as |t In this double use lot  roprosents real yaluo, $33,000  fAJRYIpW Jpi Lorgo cedar .treftsinthli  nearly 1/4 acro' ol Hat oasy to build,on land  proylde a prlvato netting for your home,  ^Aobllo borne* aro allowod, Closo to Cedar  Grove School, '������  $11,900  HWY IP I, (oil Hall Road); 5 subdivldablo  acres. Land Is vory dry wllh good percolation,  Southern oxposuro In the, hoort ol Roberts  \Crook, On Regional wator, Approxlmatoly 1  ocro Is cleared, Has older home being rented  J "lor 1133 per monthTlncjudes "small" 'bom."  Vondor has subdivision plan lor 9 lots',  H2,90O, , .     ,���.  SCHOOL   ROAD;   1.56   acres   adjacent' to  elementary school, Could be subdivided to  TBjiroHiiivwraffcr^^  ACREAGE  GIDIiONSi Pork Rood, Excellent prospects for  tho  one  who  holds  this  potentially  com-  ..mwfiloffi ^9J)^.���3.-P,if��iii���.i.lQlnly���..cl��pr����l���  closo   to   shopping   contro   and   schools,  '$59,000.  GIBS9NS1  4,6 acres  of  excellent  holding,  property close to Sodrnes Point Park, Partially  LANODALEi 4,31 acres, Excellent holding  property right acrois Irom thp lorry terminal.,  langdalo Creek U the eastern boundary ol  this properly, $3��,B&0,  MASKELL RDi 1,44 acrot ol subdividable  property on Maikell Road and Lower Roberts,  Creek Road, Zoning allows for 1/2 acre  average, This Is a qulot rural area only 3  SECHELT VILLAGE; Pebblo Crescent. Largo city lot cleared, roady for  building. Prlcod at $13,000,  SARGEANTS 6AY: 1 acre watorfront lot, fully "serviced, Beautifully'  trood with arbutus arid ovorgroons. Panoramic southerly vlow,  Many oxcollont building sltos, Well known fishing spot. FP $30,000,  REDROOFFS AREA; Approx ono trood acro, 99' on Rodrooffs Rd,  Closo to boadli ond boat launch, Fully sorvlcod, Full prlco only  $11,500,    /  SECHELT VILLAGE, WATERFRONT; 150' of treed gontly sloping oasy  to build on watorlront; All services Including sowor lator this yoar,'  Sorlous watorfront buyors should sod this ono, FP $30,000,  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME; 860 sq ft, 2 bdrm hope with appllancos. All  wall to wai) carpot. Coxy & Inexpensive to heat. Concrete drlvoway  and parking slab, Fir Road location, FP $43,500 torms,  \ .     '   ������ ������1������-������ ,' \  DAVIS BAY VIEW LOT; Easy torms ��� 20% down & tho balanco ovor  oasy payments on this southern exposure view lot. Excavation and  cloarlng have boon done, FP $13,900,  DAVIS BAY: 1700 sq ft 3 bedroom, 2  full bathrooms. Enclosed garage,  many deluxe features & bullt-ins.;  Yard all fenced , & landscaped.  Cement drive. Gardon, 72 x -110'  troed property. A real family home,  $65,000 FP, '  WEST SECHELT: 1/2 acre treed view Jot In q quiet residential subdivision off of Mason'Rdi This will be the finest residential area on  the coast, The lot has all facilities Including sewer. Lots of topsoll, FP  $15,500,      .     '_ ; ^_ ;    -  FRANCIS-AVENUE; Rodrooffs -r- 2 bodroom cottage on 1,54 acresrof  land with fruit treei-dnd a good garden. Almost 1/2 cloarod, Cottago is vory coiy with heatilator firoplaco and a carport, FP $47,500,  SECHELT VILLAGE LOT: Already cleared, roa'd'y to build. Sloping lo;  with possible vlow, Closo to shopping, schools. Asking $ 137000.  HALL RDi 2 1/2 ocros across from school In Robprls Crrok, Almost  flat land, mostly cloarod, Roady to build on'or zohbd for subdivision  ,,,,,       ...    ��� - ��� -  '   ' n  A  of half acrO lots, FP $27,900,'  ^ACREAGE: Wost Socholi ��� 21 acros ol predominantly level land. Hall  Is cloarod, foncod, drained and In posturo, Romalndor Is woodod,  Yoar round croek traverses property, No buildings. FP $5��,0Q0.   ,  CLEARED LEVEL LOT; Socholt Vlllago - 62.5 x 120', Roady lor  building, Ownor will trado as part down payment on homo, Value  $11,500, '        pp.  >,-   .-I  SOUTHWOOD ROAD; Close to 1/2 acre, Level building lot, Hydro  and roglonal wator at road. Check fi comparo, Attractively prlcod at  $9,450, '  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOME; A coxy, noar now 792 sq ft 2 bodroom  homo closo to tho beach.at Chapman Crook, No stairs, oloctrlc hoaf,  double glaring. Govornmo(n> prepaid loaso has 19 yrs to run, FP  $32,000, p    ''���:'���' '>��  OMiitirMTimmm  views In the area, Asking $16,000,  ru,-.-.,  GIBSONS HOME WIThi ACREAGE; Large 3 bdrm home on 7 acres  with Chastor Creek bordering Tilde of fenced properly. Home  ntedi some repair but hoi been partially renovated, Land It cleared  a In grass. A nlco situation. FP $09,800,  UPPER ROBERTS CREEKi 10 acre of landwlth 3 bdrm near now homo  o| 2376 tq ft, and a 4000 sq It aluminum clad, fully Insulatod  building. Building It all Wired for 220 power * could have mdhy  utos, Concroto floor, cloar span, FP $09,900,       *.  LOWER ROAD, ROBERTS CREEKi,Over fl acrei of gently sloping  property with louthern exposure, 500 x 300', Year-round creek  flows through corner of property. Excellent buy at FP $35,000,  SECHELT"^ILiAOEifS qcres measuring 330' x 660', Will eventually  have a vlow, (Close to the arena, Try your oiler to $35,000,  SELMA PARK VIEW LOTi Extra large 90 x 179 lot, corner location,  easy accost, excellent ylow of Trail Island. FP$ 15,500, .  '���'uv'-lir"  WATERFRONT ��� HOPKINS LANDING; 2 ad|b|nlng beachfront lots,  each 50 x 200 ft, Older type 3 bdrm bungalow on one lot, Could bo  rettorud, Lots loyelwllh *alo moorage In front, Excollont buy at FP  .,j;7,5,ogo,,. ���:;������, ..,���,;.:,..: , ,.;. ,.���.,,; : ..��� ...��� ���,s '.,���.,,���.  SANDY HOOK �� WATERFRONT COTTAOE; Fully lervlcod on large  (75x227') lot, beautifully treed with drbulut * evfrgreont, Slept  from lundock to boat launching tllpway, Excellent deepWater  iWimming.FP $49,500. ,  MAIN STREET LOCATION! approximately 50 x ,220' lot with business  promises and living quarters behind, Excellent location for almost  any typo of enterprise, Thlt Is an opportunity to become eftabllthod  , In (he village, Loti of room for exponsloo.FP $95,000,  ,       *  ACREAGE; Almost 7 acres of cleared, gently sloping land, View ot  ocoan, Zonod for development, Could be tra|lor park, $46,500,  ROBERTS CREEK; Trood lot wllli 0 year fPund llream. A��klno $7500,  APPROXIMATELY FIVE ACRESi Treed, gentle loutherly ilope, 260'  highway Irontago, Some merchantable timber, Handy location,  cloto to Joe Rj^JJP $31,000, .,,.,__  SECHELT WATERFRONT ~ Two Vo'trt^liots 70 x 120 with lane aP  roar, Idoal rotlromont illes, $35,000 each,  -WIL��ON'c��EEKfC^*rewrttngfWo 73Tl3rvt*wldTontf3004 ffofn  ,,j*��^,/jw4p0w����*JW*pM  REDROOFFS A'HEAl Lar'ge treed lot 93 x 400'' approx, Oood garden  soil, wator & power. Asking $12,500. ' ,  ������KEDKOOrremtfTW^ 100 x  U2 sq ft, A rood ����� the bock of the lot could lead to future nib-  Md on. A cjulet itreet clote to all facllltlet, One of a kind at   - dlv|��lon. Home hat an open plan with heatilator fireplace, Carport  |J&?,fi8u^- .,;':,-��� A. ';, .:;;: ..���.���:..,;..,���.,y,.���....,,;..,;.,..i.:.,...;.yu. -.-7:*<it^.jMorage-��hedrFp *-\7,t.0Ql - '  mj^^^^^  I"  "t-Hu,  \  ~r-x  ,(w!Sq��ftife5^+^a#��*ff1.WR��!*-;  ,'   ll..  1 ��%r:  TA 1" . p.. /'-  /    1  "*<  ';  : ���-���,.,:��� 7:'k,  .        /  ������'  '  7         ������;  ���Ji  PageB-6 the Peninsula Times   Wednesday, August 23  Assistance available  to home owners  If your older home needs;  attention, don't overlook the  many provincial and federal  help programmes available to  home owners. Low-interest  money is available for any  sound improvement plans  through^ the Neighbourhood  Improvement Programme, or  the - Rehabilitation and  Renovation Aid programme of  the federal government. The  proportions of loans available  to you are geared to your  income less allowable'  ^deductions.    These.  programmes are designed to  encourage rehabilitation and  maintenance in the older  areas of a city. A provincial  Home Conversion Loan  subsidizes conversion of a  home to rental'space in certains areas of the city. In^  addition to making more  housing available, this loan  encourages more effective use^  of municipal services. Your  neighbourhood real estate  agent will be able, to give you  information on federal or  provincial loans available to \  you. in your area. >  FOR SALE  T262 sq. ft. ��� 2 bdrm house, Veteran's Rd. Post & beam, stone  ���:heatitator~fireplace,  w/w  carpets,-Landscaped" lot,   cement,  driveway, fridge & stove, fhermoglass with wood frames S Dutch-  door.  886-9526 eves.  HB GORDON AGENCIES LTD.  Cowrie St. 885-2013 Sechelt  SAMRONRD   Large quarry tile entrancey Two year old 2 bedroom  Vibrant royal red wall to woff home, just on top of the hill  in   entertainment   size  living    'rl" '"x    " "'~  WEST SECHELT.  quarry   tile   entrance.^ Two  _ room. Fireplace ih cozy family  room qnd master bedroom. 4  bedrooms. 2 full baths "and  powder, room, -2 car garage,  workshop, storage room. A  versatile home. FP $72,500.  Rhone John Wilson, 885-9365  .   for further info.  The full- bsmt ~1s"partially  developed w-sauna, -shower-  bathand den. Heavily insul,  dbl windows and low utility  bills. Landscaped & fenced 80'  -wide lot with garden area.  Please call Lynn Wilson, 885-  5755.  L  Two 5 acre parcels, Hwy 101,  Roberts Creek. $29,500 each  PHONE ANYTIME ON THE RED AND WHITE SIGNS  885-5755  Marsh World  Ducks Unlimited (Canada)'  CALIFORNIA GULL    -    A medium-large white-  headed,  gray-backed gull  (slightly  bigger than  the-ring-billed gull). Best identification mark is the  single dark spot (usually red, by*-may have some  black) located "near the tip of t^e lower mandible .  (or beak), and tdark grey-green l^���� and feet. The.'  California gull ts known to feed oi^the young  and eggs of water birds.   Away frorrPwater, its ���  habits are beneficial as it eats large quantities of  harmful insects.  This is the gull that came to the"  rescue of the Mormon  Farmers   in  Utah,  when  ���large   flocks   descended   on   the   insect-infested*  fields and'were credited with saving their crops.  183 - '76  (?*  Fire insurance  Recycling to  prevent waste  _ts-.% V&&& f  ���It takes seventeen trees to  make one ton of paper, so each  ton of used' paper that isi  recycled saves our timber  resources; and guarantees a  longer-lasting supply. Paper  is made of wood fibres, and  when these" items are  recycled, they are repulped,  the fibres . shortened  somewhat, and the product is  a paper of slightly lower  grade. Waste paper can be  recycled many times, each  time going into a lower grade,  and eventually into cardboard  products such as matchbook  covers and egg cartons,. or  used in insulation. In order to .  effectively   facilitate   the,  recycling     process,  householders   should   sort  paper into its various grades,  bundling them up and taking  them    to    your    nearest  recycling depot. Your neighborhood real, estate agency  has   a   pamphlet   listing  recycling depots around the  Lower Mainland. Ask for your  .free copy; and Tnake your  contribution to saving forest  resources.  Sales value of gardens  Each year Canadiansjose  millions of dollarsThfoughfir<r  damage, and these losses are  continuing to escalate. ~ _ _  Even more sad than tfieT  actual loss of a structure itself  is the trauma of losing  precious family momentos or  -valuable collections that are  irreplaceable.'  Property - owners,. should  give a great deal of thought to  insurance coverage, and have.  a broker or agent check with  several companies for the best  _youunderstand-the termsrand"  conditions of loss, and that  antiques, jewellry, important  papers, are listed fully.  ~ Ask "your neighbourhood  real estate agent for a copy of  the     HOUSEHOLD     IN=_  VENTORY pamphlet, and list  _youF-assets and-their values  "carefully.    ------������- ���-.  Understating assets and  underinsuring property < to  save money can be penny wise  and pound foolish. In case of  loss, escalating  prices and  In the sale of a home, the  garden is one of the cosmetic  features which potential  purchasers first notice.  Although the actual value is  fractional in the over-all-price  of the home, thestate-of-your-  -lawnand garden can have a  great deal of influence in the  decision to purchase. This is  especially true ih older homes  with well established plantings. If the garden is  overgrown and untidy, buyers  may not want to undertake the  eitra work and expense of  bringing it back to a good  appearance. So, though the  house may be just what he  wants, a purchaser could be  influenced awa��|roiaa shle if  -a-vendor~~has not taken the  time to keep lawns mowed,  weeds' cleared, shrubs and  trees trimmed. Remove.  unsightly undergrowth, thin  out overgrown flowerbeds,  rake up leaves and clippings,  and provide a pleasant setting  for the home you want to sell.  The major league baseball player who received most bases  ori balls- was Babe Ruth. The Babe walked 2,056 times.'  MVtrTOINVESTIGAtE  -quote^tti-your-behalfr-Be-sure���values-wi&not-be covered  Taxing a divided house  Owners of an older home  may have been renting a  portion of |hat_hpme, and have _  now decide^") sell. Ordinarily  sale of a principal residence  does not incur capital gains  tax, but the type of owner  described should be , aware  that a portion of the sale of a  home that has had rental  accommodation will definitely  be taxable, in proportion to  the space used by the owner  compared to the space used as  income property. The profit  attributable to the rented,  section of the building _is*  taxable, which means fifty per  cent of the net profit for that  proportionate share" of the  total sale price" must be  re&rded for capital gains tax.  If you are an owner in this  category, get professional  advice from a real estate  agent, lawyer or tax consultant as to your position  under existing tax laws to  save yourself from any future  penalties.  Going nowhere can take you far, when you're testing  engine lubricants. ,  Production model cars were driven thousands of miles  to measure fuel economy in precise, scientific simulated  road and traffic tests.  The cars showed they could go up to 10 extra miles  per tankful of gasoline when using Mobil 1 synthesized  engine lubricant instead of conventional premium oil. This  might cause some to say that when you use Mobil 1 for  the road, you can be thankful with every tankful.  Executive House  Apartments  ��� Overlooking Gibsons Harbour  * 37 Deluxe 1 & 2 Bdrm Suites  Featuring:  Controlled Front Entrance  Colored Appliances  Cable Vision  Paimramic tVtew  Extra-Soundproof Suites  Drapes  Jt^arpets,^___  Rents from $230.00  Inquire at  886-2465  "*^  FOR COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE: REAL ESTATE ��� INSURANCE ���MORTGAGES  MEMBER BROKER  .-V ';���;.  y  886-2481    (GIBSONS)  Van. Direct  687-6445  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre   VON IVO  HOMES  DAVIS A SHAW ROAD $57,000  Gold Medallion trl-lovol homo. Four  bodrooms, two flroplacos, two bathrooms,  workshop. Closo to shopping contro. Cqll  Jay Visser  T  2 BDRM HEAPLANDSAOAD $26,500  Solid llttlo hQrOUl'oll hoat, full bath,  fruit troos, clMero beacl  i boach and boat launch,  SPECIAL  GLASSFORD &D. 63 x 160' cloarod lot,.Fill  In. Wator 8, sowor connoctod, $10,000.  $58,500  iiucJrooms could  'i' -co   for   horso,  $23,750  DASH TO POPLAR LANE $47,500  Two 3, bdrrn onsulto homos to chooso  linm, Dasomonts & carports, Walking  dl-itanco to schools, shopping, rocroatlon  8, Imbibing,  PARK H Rf ED ROAD $56,000  Excollont lamlly homo on largo lond-  scnpod lot, Fruit troos, This homo foaturos  3 good sized bodrooms, living room with  fiioploco, dining aroa. Icjrgo kltchon,  Flnlshod rurnpu* room wllh F.P,/and Inlaw sulto In basomont 36 x 13 garago,  HILLCREST DUPLEX $37,600  , Good Invostmont, good assumablo  mortgago of $22,000. Rovonuo $300,  2 BDRM SPLIT LEVEL $53,000  - Locotod on Pint! Road on approx 1 acro of  good gardon "soil, Roomy 12 x 16 kltchon,  Soparolo dining room. Largo carport and  12 x 20 workshop,  LANGDALE VIEW $49,500  3 bodroom, A torrlflc Ylow of Howo Sound  and North Shoro mountains, 16 x 30' living  raom with granite llroploco, ^  NORTH ROAD $12,900  1974 Noonox Trallor Homo, boautlfully sot  up on rontod pad SO x 130, Comoan  Trall<��V Court.  CHEKWELP, OIBSONS $39,900  ���Unbeatable ^aterfron^ with-throe  bodroom homo, Larfoe living room with  stone fireplace��,  HOMES  POPLAR LANE, $48,500  Throo bodrooms, flroplaco, dining room.  Walking distance to village, one block to.  amenities, A must sool Call Anno Gurnoy.  , SEAVIEW RD '    $27,500  2 bodroom oldor home wilh sundock and  airport, Groat vlow. *  FAIRVIEW  Larqo rhni - ing homo,  bo 4, On I 2 acro,  chickens and hobblos,  SEAVIEW RD v  Good starter or rotlromont homo on trood  ���vlow   lot,   On-sowor.   Frldgo,   stovo   8,  washor,  LIKE WATERFRONT* $48,000  Hall block lo safo pobblo boach from  boautlful Gibsons bluff location, 3  bodroom homp has torrlflc vlow from  living room 8, mastor bodroom. Flroplaco,  basomont, good gardon aroa, drop In and  soo tho plcturos or call to viow,  WATERFRONT OR? $89,600  Ono corner pin on Iho boach, No  watorlrontago lax, 1500 sq ft��� In olmosl  brand now homo, vory modorn, vory  * private;- Stops In- to good beach with  oxcollont moorago, Call for appolntmont  to vlow.  HOPKINS LANDING $62,000  PI Rd homo with Ibis of living spoco, Groat  view, beach access across street,  CRUCIL ROAD .     $56,000  Lovoly family homo, 2 llroplacos, 3  bodrooms up and 1 down, Vlow of  mountains,  Kools   Island  and   Shoal  Channel,  ���    ������'";- " -������-.-���������-  DAVIS ROAD $57,000  Gold Medallion, Trllove) home, 4 bdrms,  roc   room,  lam  room,   2 bathrooms,   2  flroplacos,  SELMA PARK $23,000  lmmhculolo2 bdrm homo pn lovol lot, Lots  of oxtras for this low prlco,  GRANTHAMS     LU I 5>  vNlco vlow lot, 50 x 110.  CHA9TBRAOAD  Lqrge lot noar schools,  DUPLEX ZONED *l��w lot In vllfofre $17,S00  $10,000  f 13,000  FIRCREST LOTS $9,700  Tako your cholco. Signs on. 61 x 131'.  JOHNSON 8, FORBES   , $11,750  Cloarod lot, for.this low prlco.  HOPKINS LOT $10,500  Has good vlow, located across from good  boach accoss,      ' .  MAHAN RD only $12,500  93 x 125. Lots of lovely big codars, Qulot  vod. Wator & powor,  WATERFRONT  SECRET COVE AREA $36,000  51' x 161' Sorvlcod lot on Trueman-rd,  GAMBIER ISLAND WEST BAY $65,000  133' of good watorlront. S.E. oxposuro and  groot vlow, Good wator supply, Largo lot  wilh possible luturo subdivision, Prlvato  romp 8- Hoat, 3 BR Panabodo. Sundock  w 'w carport, lloatolalor flroplaco, stovo &  fudge,  ROBERTSCREEK $45,000  Accoss oasomont on cfd|acont  lot,  This  typo of prlmo watorlront Is raro on the  market,  GAMBIER ISLAND $12,000  Soml-watorlront lot at Thornboro Bay,  SARGENTSBAY   00' Wft Lot.        $32,000,  250' doop and covered with salal and  arbutus troes, Idoal location noar end of  "qulotYlrddTlriWest "Soch'��lirPow��r"i3nd"'''  wator lo lot,  HALFMOON BAY Low Bank Wll, $35,000  Boautlful lot wllh southern exposure, This  Is low bank watorfront, but does not havo  a boach, Salal bushes and Arbutus troos  aro the natural landscape, Sewer, water &  powor avail.  EASTBOURNE KEATS ISLAND $46,600  Vary 9tirqctlyi�� 2 bdrm Gothic Arch yylth ,  623 sq It, sundock, SE oxposuro,  ACREAGE  10 ACRES Of WOODLAND  For true pioneers,  $30,200,  vicinity of  Hnnbury Road,  2 1/2 ACRES, ROBERTS CK $25,000  2 1/2 acros ol subdividable proporty In  1 Roberts Cm>o^        \\\\   \,       v   v\ \ \   \ \'l  NORTH ROAD $27,000  "���".XA ttmi, tread ond parklike, No windfall* -1  or underbrmh. Accoss from side road lor  privacy, *   GIBSONS OFFICE SALES STAFF  MYVISSER  885-3300  ANNEGURNEY  886-2164  DON SUTHERLAND, Brolar,  885-9362  0AVE ROBERTS  886-9040  GEORGE COOPER  886-9344  LTD.    2 Offices to Serve YOU  885-3295    (SECHELT)  Van. Direct  681-7931  Box 979, next to Gulf Station, Sechelt VON 3A0  HOMES  OPEN HOUSE        x  Sunday, August 27  from 1 to 4pm  Radcllffo Rood, Solma Park  watch for signs  En|oy the ocoan view from the sundeck of  this quality homo, Throe boc)rooms with  bright   sunny    kltchon    Wall    to   wall  throughout, Don't miss out on this ono.  Call Ann Ibbitson or Torrl  Hanson  for  appolntmont to v|ow, or come to pur opon  houso on Sunday.  DAVIS BAY-VIEW   " $54,000  'If you aro looking for a really nlco throo  bedroom home with a panoramic view of  Goorgla Strait and lots and lots of extra  spaco, don't miss this ono. It foaturos opon  plan living and dining room accontod with  whlto limestone^ flroplaco, 24' sundock, ���  carport and attractive landscaping, Seo  and comparo, Coll Corry Ross,  .   SECHELT VILLAGE .$52,500  Family homo locatod across from Hackett  Park, This 3 bdrm home has many loaturos  ��1.*P ch..��J?.%i !��n�� V! '-9^���fi.! M [DklQ.9 i.^..LlQ5*.ljr.?-*l t*.^  lighting: built-in appllancos; carport;  basement; large lot with garden- All  wllhln walking distance pf school and  shops. Ready for Immodiato occupancy.  Call Don Sutherland,     \ 69SV  HOME & ACREAGE $115,000  Stop ll you'ro looking lor a Hobby Farm ~~  you've found It ��� five acres of clearod and  fenced land, large three bedroom quality -  family homo with fontufo flroplaco,;  several outbuildings, very large workshop  and second residence, Call Suzanno  Dunkorlon for more Info,  IN THE VILLAGE $36,900  An open plan home wllh the kitchen and  llvlni room combine^JfhJ* hjm0 ho* 9s  l-ZviunkW tubvand oulsldo barbecue, two  bedrooms, two washrooms and a  *"'firoplncfl,' Oroaf for omnrtor homo. Call  Don Sutherland lor more Information.  , 54SV  /  HOMES  LANGDALE   ' $90,000  Fantastic price for a fantastic home I  Located on Langdalo Ridge looking down  on tho wator 8, forry tormlnal. The 1800 sq  ft home is fully developed on two lovols  and has foaturos galore, Circular concrete  driveway, spiral stairs off tho foyer, fully  littod kitchen, largo mastor bodroom with  walk-In closdh- A truly quality homo, Call  Don Sutherland for appointment to vlow.  WATERFRONT  EGMONT WATERFRONT $160,000  Approx 20 acro of prlmo rocroatlon lond,  offoring total privacy, Easy accoss to  water, nlcoly woodod, Owner will consldor financing, Call Ann Ibbitson or Don  Suthorlond, -,  A RA^IE OPPORTUNITY $85,000  In popular Roborts Crook. Horo Is a  gloaming whlto two bodroom bungalow  nestled noar tho shoro on a nearly lovol  largo landscapod lot with approx 76' ol  hard to find watorlront. Featuring largo  living room and dining aroq with vlow  windows, llroploco, sunny kltchon with  oxcollont cabinets plus a cozy guost  cottage In the secluded garden. Call Corry -  Ross,  DAVISBAYW/F $65,000  This charming two-bedroom 1097��; sq ft  home with large view living andNdlnlng  room featuring cut stono heatilator.  flroplaco, Located on a beautifully trood  view acro with approx 80 feel of  watorlront, Thoro Is also a well built  combination workshop and guest cottage  and highway level gorojje, Coll Corry Ross  ll you would llko to soe this homo,  WATERFRONT LOT  Facing south wllh lovely arbutus trees,  Good bulldhifl site. Hydro, vyater and  tolophone avollablo, Subdivision serviced  by prlvnflo sowngo plant. Prlcod at  $32,500, Call Torrl Hanson.  CALLING ALL BOATS $70,000  Dollghllul grast-coverod peninsula lulling  southwost Into long arm ol Secret Cove.  Nearly 070' of wnterfrentage with older 2  BR cottage, deop water moorage and a  , dotk, A twper bwy, Coll Corry Ross, 52SC  ���������������nfMMMannninMaiMa  WATERFRONT  MAPLE ROAD, EGMONT W/F $95,000  560 feet of watorfront on sheltered  Egmont Ch6nnol. Excellently developed  1040 sq ft of doublo wldo with addition, .  Many good building sites,, A perfect  combination of privacy, vlow and  sheltered moorage. Ownor will financo,  Call bon Sutherland lor moro Info, 66EG  WEST SECHELT W/F ' $38,300  Excollont 112' watorfront lot offorod for  your on|oymont,,Locatod on a protly bay,.  PS; It's flat, too, Call Ahn Ibbitson,     78WS  LOTS & ACREAGES  BUILDERS TAKE NOTE  Side by Sldo lots wllh magnlflcont vlow,  only $B,500 oach. Call Ann Ibbitson.  ROBERTSCREEK $13,000  ' Half acre lot with some lovely treov In tho  hoart of Roborts Crook. Suzanno  Dunkorlon,  SANDY HOOK $10,600  Boautlfully unlmpodod vlow  up Socholt  Inlot on this largo building lot,. Suzanno  Dunkorlon,  WEST SECHELT  Vlow   lot,   approxlmatoly   90   x    150',  *.Sol*��tlvo cloarlng dono, Phono. Torrl  Hanson for moro dotalls, B2WS  POPLAR LANE, GIBSONS $0,700  A valuo buy ��� throo building lots on  sewer at $0700 each, Call for details ��� Don  Suthorlond, 59SV  GRANTHAMS LANDING  Your chance to own throo ad|olnlng lots,,  No wator nt prosont but priced to hold nt  $4,700 each, Call Ann Ibbitson. 60GL  REDROOFFS  Potontlal vlow lot, * nlcoly trood, Approximately ,-50 x 475'. Prlcod right at  $12,200, Call Torrl Hanson for moro  dotalls, , BIRD  WEST SECHELT LOT* $23,500  Two lots sldo by sldo on Norwest Bay  Road. Ono lol with two frontages. Ideal  for Investor or builder. Call Don  Suthorlond. B3WS  ORANDVIEW ROAD $13,500  lovoly building l^ln Oibion*, Oower ft;  In area of now homos,* close to all  atn��tif��le��. Coll Suronne Ounkerton,  SECHELT OFFICE SALES STAFF  ���ir.mwm&mw-tMBMmh.i.ltjj ^ftMwwmmm I wl"-s4'-wtiwi.!w����siwj-:'��^B^-  # i;JB88'3WI"*'.���*1'Jt"'pJ^":"  '*' mWm   ��� M'Uk-wlpW-W'li'ffl  ^888*280,  .*/*<    886-2542  TERRI HANSON  : 1BJ.5046  OVER 800 OFFICES AND GROWING FAST  7  |WWWi$@''i^W<:!^^^ *�� *  ��� k .  .  ��,i|j�� I* WiBW^BT-l+l0^*fflft��G-c1   I  *-V3" ��   D   ��<ir'<^'���,        mm  ���? trtwm-rK-i'ltWK.ir-Ms-v  UmNHV ��-MttM��Jvw*BW**i* faff*  ���f ��^!*l/iw��^C��J��*f��,1HlWjf wiVfl  -    -M*rf��l Wff*lMIS#��W  W-1J -Attfiwir   i-io--,* mt  \'\  I   I  f I  '.< I  ... I '/ ���'  ���\  . .J  6\  ISsast"  ������,.!  1 .   -V  _Se_  MORE ABOUT  Appeal board  Wednesday, August 23,1978  The Peninsula Times  Page B-7  ���From Page A-l  Tordon 10K, Dow Chemicals Ltd. and show  that the substance has a very low toxicity.  "But," she said, "toxicity by itself is not,  the only evaluating criteria. Thalidimide,  too, had a very low toxicity."  Doucet said that it is known, however,  that picloram is "one of the most persistent herbicides there is." She said that  according to Dow reports, the herbicide  has lasted in areas anywhere from four  months to four years. Picloram is not  recommended for use on crops because of  its persistence iii soil, according to her  findings.  The herbicide also has a mobile quality,  and Doucet said picloram has been found  in streams and waterways some distance  from the areas it has been applied.  Eric Brooks, a trustee of the South  Pender Harbour Waterworks District, told  board members that the very problem of  the herbicide''tainting the district's water  supply is the main concern of the  residents. .  Brooks told the appeal board that one of  the areas slated for the pellet application  runs through the centre of the SPHWD  water reserve.  "The whole area is swampy/' he said.  "Thewater does not form a creekbed, but  false figure considering the high unemployment on the Sunshine Coast.  . Discussion of unemployment was ruled  out of order, however, by board chairman  Valter Raudsepp. The ruling was made  despite the protestations from regional  district lawyer Bill Orobko that unemployment is pertinent to the appeal.  Raudsepp also ruled 84 ballots inad-  missable as evidence in _ the appeal.  Orobko had attempted to tender the  ballots,, which ran in the local papers, as  evidence of widespread opposition to the  application of Tordon 10K. Eighty-one  ballots came back to the regional district  opposed to the herbicide use, while only  three expressed favor with the plan.  Hydro's lawyer John McEwan said the  admissibility of "bits of newspaper" as  evidence would be ridiculous.  McEwan, however, asked witnesses at  length about the condition of their wives'  rosebushes. The appeal board apparently  found this subject relevant to the matter at  hand and raised no objection to McEwan's  line of questioning..  Aldermen from both villages gave  evidence that their councils have passed  resolutions opposing the application of  Tordon-lOK-to two sections of the rlght-of--  BOWLING  i  SEASON  IS NEAR!  Register now  for fall Leagues.  5 & 10 PIN-OPEN SEPT. 2  ��� NIGHT LEAGUES: 7:00 & 9:00 pm Monday thru Friday  ��� BOWLERS REQUIRED: for mens and ladies league.  ��� YOUTH BOWLERS: register for Saturday bowling.   .  ��� VOLUNTARY COACHES: needed for youths.  PIN BOYS NEEDED UNDER VOLUNTEER COACHES  885-2811 (N) 885-9611 (D)  SECHELT BOWLING ALLEY  ��  Wkh-lftTB      ...  Keep BfM/h Columbia Beautiful  @  rather disappears into the ground, seeps.. way north of Middlepoint.  .if  V  S��rti,iai��r#tK,irp^!':,-?'-'i-.i!^*i"��*  GIBSONS ALDERMAN Ted Hume  appeared at the Regional Board  meeting last Thursday to tell  directors-the village is proceeding  -witK4ts rezoning-proposalfollbwing a'  public hearing Monday, which he said  indicated 3-1 support for the measure.  Hume later acknowledged he made a  MORE ABOUT ..."  mistake when he gave the board  figures for the village's minimum site  requirements for R-l, R-2 and R-3  zones._Hume saidLThursday the zones-  require minimum 7,800, 7,500 and  7,200 square foot lots respectively.  They actually require minimum lots  of 7,500, 7,2(Krand 6,000 square feet.  Tongue-lashing  ���From Page A-l  who sits around this board table.  "As far as I'm concerned, it's stupid,  irresponsible statements like this that are  driving the people away from the Regional  District. I've sat around this table for  many years, and I've seen the good people  come and try to do a job of work for the  people conscientiously ��� try to do the best  they could ��� and I've seen them.turned,  away disillusioned and disappointed  because of stupid things coming from  petty politicians.  "And that's how I feel about it. It's a  petty political statement to say the board  is trying to help developers. I don't know  what he's trying to achieve with this  thing."  McAllister told Almond that Pender  Harbour residents were "concerned about  theiad^atwh^tM^n^erad^tt^^d6  gfthipi���' till'regional water district^can  come in and almost in effect say, here.  what goes on in other parts of this  peninsula, but the minute anything comes  up to do with Pender Harbour, it's a different story. I really take exception to that  tactic."  . Harrison told the Times that he regrets  "error in geography" in the Hopkins  Landing statement but said, "I basically  stand by the article.  He said Public Works Supt. Gordon  Dixon had given Wise a quantity of  Regional District information including  petition forms, a list of property owners,  and cost figures pertaining tojLpossible  Kleindale water system.  He said those figures reflected the  inclusion of the Wise property in the  system, although Wise's land is still within  the South Pender Harbour Water District.  - through and shows up 36 hours later in the  lake."  Area A Director Joe Harrison told the  board thqt the majority of the population  in his electoral district get their water  ���frank the reserve and that a water source  for the high school, in Pender Harbour lis"  being proposed in the second area Hydro  plans to apply the herbicide to.  -  Harrison said he was not only worried  that the water supply would become^  tainted with picloram, but that the salmon  r-j^serves���in���Sakinaw-^ake���and���local-  shellfish beds would be affected.  "It's an unnecessary risk," said  Harrison. "We just don't know enough  about it. ���Thalidimide used to be considered safe. When I first started teaching  we use to hand out asbestos poweder to the  children to make clay puppets with."  Grames, who was not present at the  hearing because of a previous commitment, launched his appeal against the  Torodon 10K application because he too  feared picloram would end up in local  water supplies.  However, Erich Hensch, Hydro's local  district manager, told the appeal board  there is no danger of the pellets being  deposited in water systems.  "You don't put them in the water ���  what for?!' said Hensch. "Do you know  how much those pellets cost?"  Hensch who was called as a witness for  B.C. Hydro, also denied that the area  described as Brooks as "swampy" is a  Sechelt Aid. Joyce Kolibas said her  council feared the "unknown quantity" of  the affects of the application of the herbicide and said she felt that it should be  looked into further before being allowed to  continue.    -  &  Gibsons Aid. Larry Trainer echoed  Kolibas' sentiments and told board  members that support for the resolution  was unanimous.  The pesticide appeal board was to hear'  remaining evidence from Dow Chemicals  Ltd. and B.C. Hydro representatives ata  continuation of fh�� hearing August 21.  , Members of the board hearing the  appeal are Raudsepp, retired former  Deputy Minister of Water Resources; Dr.  William Godolphin, Ass't Professor  Pathology, UBC; James Harris, Director  of B.C. Federation of Agriculture; Dr.  Arthur Renney, Ass't Dean bf Agricultural  Sciences, UBC and Dr. Nicholas Schmitt,  M.D., Environmental Health Consultant.  Advertising.^  keeps you  posted.  CANADIAN ADVERTISING AOVISORV BOARD  The  KINSMEN CLUB  OF  GIBSONS & DISTRICT  ill  3QUIO&UL  SEA CAVALCADE PARADE SPONSOR  THANK YOU  FOR YOUR CO-OPERATION & ASSISTANCE  Gibsons Radio Club: Stan Rowland & members, Gibsons RCMP,  Village of Gibsons, Sea Cavalcade Committee; Sue Rhodes &  company, Judge: Dr. Dennis Bailey, Fred Cazeley, Susan Knight:  Gibsons Chamber of Commerce, Harvie McCracken, photographer,  Miriistry of Highways & all, entrants & participants.  Signed, Haig Maxwell, parade chairman  Kinsmen Club of Gibsons  ���X<]  ?T  %aHX%V'& ���** v^" v, aa: '<-?f ?%  ^i'f-yy''  ; y*J&2M  we're going to take this section of your  Soutfi Pender Water District. This is how it  appears to people."  "The "reason it appears like that," said  Almond, "is because statements are made  like this, and that's what I'm talking  about. If. irresponsible statements are  made, people listen to them and they'll  believe any damn nonsense somebody  wants to get up and say. This board has not  pushed into any area! All we're trying to  do is get some water to that school up  "there." ���������  ..:...,:,...-*���--,,��:.,,   , Mulligan said that since Area A is a  "^on-participating member of the water  function," Harrison should refrain from  any future debate dealing with water  outside his ajrep.  "Gibsons is non-participating, and  that's what Gibsons does, I've sat here  with Mr, Harrison having lots to say about  jt^n  SAW FILING SERVICE  CARBIDE TIP  HAND SAWS  CIRCULAR SAWS  & ALL SMALL TOOLS  Wharf Rd. corn��rof  Pprpolto Bay Rd��� S��ch��lt  (Bernle)  885-5485  Pressley^told hie the Regional'District*  ^^_jL(Lturis^��tion_withJML_Wise-and-  should not even be discussing it with him,"  Harrison said.  , Wise told the regional board August 3  that he had successfully petitioned out of  the SPHWD. Harrison said last week,  however, that all of the directors of that  water district have not signed the release  forms, which he understands is a  necessary requirement for exclusion.  Asked whether Dixon was aware that  Wise is still within th^ SPHWD, Harrison  said, "It's possible that Dixon may have  been misled, but he* certainly wasn't  misled about the feelings of the (Area A)  APC and myself."  He said he felt the board had overruled  him when directors August 3 rescinded an  earlier motion which required approval of  the Area A APC prior to board  authorization of any water project In  Pender Harbour.. "/"���  Harrison said he interpreted that action  and other statements by/directors as  hostile to his program of area autonomy  and acknowledged that he was getting  political pressure to reassert that position..,  "I think I know \yliat really sparked all  this," said Harrlspflu "I told Anne Pressley  I had received some pressure and some  suggestions that we maybe should ask fpr  the resignation of Mr. Dixon publicly."  He said Pressley .bristled, "Well, then,  the lines are drawn." <  "But I didn't say I supported that. I had  no }i)teht|<��nM asking for any resignation,  but nobody bothered to ask mo,"  "i'in not aware of such a  swampy7^ '  area," he said. "There are wet areas  certain times of the year- but generally  .speaking;- no, it is not swampy."  One of the conditions of the herbicide  permit is that Hydro must not use pellets  ifr wetland area. The actual label on  packages of Tordon 10K pellets warns that  the herbicide should not be allowed to  contaminate any water supplies used for  irrigation, drinking or other domestic  purpo&esf        ���:.;  "We're not going to contaminate  anything," said Hensch. "We've got better  things to do."  ��� Almond, who has visited areas on the  local right-of-way that have been sprayed  In ttie past, said that "everything that was  growing had been killed'! and in some  cases dead trees abutted water courses.  He told board members that he passed  "three or four water courses in  ~quarter~mlle"  travelled,   . ,  "The whole area from Port Mellon to  Egmont is a watershed area for  someone," said Almond.  -According to Almond, B.C, Hydro's  main reason for using a chemical  vegetation control as opposed to manual  labor in this instance was the "cost factor." Hydro told the, regional board that  hand slashing would be "far too expensive,"  "The cost factor," said Almond,  however, "does not override the possible  hoalth hazard." ,  Almond also called tho cost factor a  ;  wi-'-*.*-*^-.!.*-*-**    KMmlmta-r-W  Lufc"* ^������'in.^ttoi^ji'  u  jeyery..  oTlhe "right-of-way  he  NOTICE  VILLAGE OF SECHELT  A Public Meeting will be held in the Senior Citizens Hall  at 7:30 p.ml August 29th, for th? purpose of providing  information and discussing:  1. A proposed change to the Sechelt Vidhity Official Regional  Plan in view of a proposed Rezoning of the balance of Block  19 Plan 6457 Dl. 303 to a higher density residential use.  2. The First Droit of the Village of Sechelt Official Community  _.���Pian^Copi����.-of* the Firs* Draft are-available atthe Village  .'y^W^-M^f-^WM^:^  H **^** a%    up* n  *<-���jpr to" y w ���" ���ac **  \ - ,i    iii -    ���    , " j|j"r nnni�� t*'  HUNTERS!  HUNTING SEASON IS APPROACHING AND NOW IS THE TIME  TO MAKE SURE YOUR VEHICLE IS IN GOOD CONDITION,  ______ CHECK T(IEFOttOWIIi(G.~^^  a.) BRAKES-WORN OUT, PULLING?  b.) FRONT END, MECHANICALLY, WORN PARTS?  c.) ALIGNMENT, WANDERS, PULLS?  d.) SHOCKS, BOUNCING, WANDERING?  6.) EXHAUST SYSTEMS^ LEAKING?  f j TIRES, CONDITION & PRESSURES?  g.) BALANCING, SHIMMY AND SHAKES?  WE HAVE MANY GOOD BUYS ON TIRES FOR YOUR '  VEHICLES-LIGHT TRUCrriW^ ESPECIALLY F0RTHE 1  HUNTERS; INQUIRIES WELCOME. ^-^  "FREE COFFEE"  Whs  1 mil* wwt of Olbioni on Hwy 101  ^^f^^     886-2700  <*an  ��** ��� ' ' : y  iftmiiwtlfiiiMwml  ;v^^r*^^���',^A^***HP,'nv*,,!'-ii.' i*g * *���"'" %** ���**'*",*'''-(- pi ���" "���"���"  *>kr'  ���*,..���..,��.,.  \  mum **>*�� *-*���*"  * - m  \  Y  m ^T4����Mt#>w<mi^^  mfrwwww tfimm^^*  jh jpji%ji-��, fi*-.* (*�� MmtmxiHm**  pw(M��*��*��#��tel'.isfe *  ��� *iir*u*nr Bush blether  Okay, Bimbos  By JAMIE STEPHEN,  Sechelt Conservation Officer  Of the many sensory functions man is rewarded, had already learned that the  lucidly^ endowed with, one of the most campsites of humans are good for han-  impressive is his immediate perception of douts. This year, he'll be even bolder,  things that are asymetrical, unbalanced, N Whiskey and- wine bottles were not only  or out of place. The flaw, for example, of left ��� they were smashed, presumably as  pn eaves trough that is only slightly out of  level is easily discernible for most of our  eyes. Similarly, we are quick to recognize  a new noise in a machine, because its  frequency is foreign to our ears ��� it just  doesn't belong there.  ���In the wilderness, it comes as no sur-  pise therefore when our attention is almost  jnagnetically drawn to a colour in-  _ consistent with its surroundings. Such as  the Colour~or~a~beer-bottle cap or a  chocolate bar wrapper ��� they just aren't  found in nature's colouring book and as a  result, compel one's gaze.  On the B.C-Yukon border there is a  mountain on which I hunted last year*-It  was so desolate, rugged and inaccessible, I  was sure that the only life ever to have  proceeded me on this lovely crag was the  -sheep T was iii search of .It was; a "verjT  'humbling, exciting thought, last&g only  until, miles from anywhere, I spied a  weathered cigarette package, bleached  and half hidden in the crumbling granite.  -Faded letters of the only discernible word  -"shouted "iout   their' mute,   mocking  testimony:  'Sportsman'. Ironic, I suppose���but more, deflating. Why couldn't  this self-proclaimed 'Sportsman' have let  me believe I was the first?  j^Vhy indeed? -Why was it last year in my  izfc^sivMdmore;  -old-District  complaints from the public about littering  than for any other offence. The cigarette  package was -a sign of the times. Yet  "Atliri'iTexperience, "I "believe, is no different from any other scenic area of our  province. We. blamed it, if you'll permit  my acronym, on the urban 'BIMBO'  (brainless ill-minded blockhead outdoors!). Each summer and fall hordes of  these outdoor enthusiasts converge upon  the B.C. wilderness bringing with them  gas barrels, oil cans, gallon wine jugs,  beer, liquor and soft drinks in both cans  and bottles, freeze dried and canned foods,  plastic sheeting, cardboard, paper,  aluminurh Ml, plywood and rope. And  with few exceptions some or all of those  unwanted containers and wrappers get left  behind. Only a handful of those who really  love arid are at home in the bush bring-  back,out what they pack in.  Bucking four by "fours down our back  roads, a brash new breed of human  piggery is victimizing one after another  - our wilderness outposts. Last fall was the  part of the fun of an impromptu target  practice.  Because Bimbos live for most of the  year in an urban environment, they do not  identify as home any part of our province  . other than the west end of the Lower  Mainland. As a consequence, they feel  more at liberty, to create a mess in  somebody elses back yard, and would  have diff iculty believing that in ef fec^ they  are fouling their own nest. Fortunately,  these Bimbos were apprehended, and all  were convicted of offences under the Litter  Act of B.&, costing the five of them $75  each. But twice that sum will never help to  erasethe blot on the Atlin countryside,, a  product of their thoughtless and selfish  attitudes.  All hunters are not necessarily Bimbos  ~~~ some" fishermferi fit- inljusCsfs well.'.  Angling Bimbos are the type Mary Tinkley  'was brooding about in 'Halfmoon Bay  Happenings' two weeks ago when she  complained in her column about all the  fishheads floating around, the Coopers  Green beach. Mary observed���(quite  correctly) that it wasn't awfully pleasant  for" swimmers, and she pondered a  solutipn. -i  As chance would have it, I live witftln-  two blocks of Coopers Green and also  -enjoy-swimming-Jri fact, .oyerjhe period  You! The Public. The people whose  campsite? are being fouled, whose  beaches-are-being-littered-with-broken-  glass and beer caps, and whose back roads  are convenient drop off points for those  who 'didn't know where the dump was'.  Forgetting to buy your angling or hunting  licence may be an offence, but it isn't a  crime. Deliberately despoiling the  recreational playground we call British  Columbia is however, a crime against  nature, requiring a province wide effort to  overcome it. If $75 fines are no. deterrent,  perhaps the courts can be persuaded to  order a convicted offendor to clean up the  mess left behind by himself and by others.  If you feel offended by somebody dumping  his garbage in your backyard, take his  licence plate number and. call the police or  a Conservation Officer.  While the Litter Act prohibits the  discharge or deposit of any litter on land or  in fresh water, the Federal Fisheries Act  governs our tidal waters, and it's still an  offence. The recently ammended  Fisheries Act has this to say on the subject: 'No one shall leave or deposit or  cause to be left or deposited, upon the  shore, beach or bank of any water mark,  remains of offal of fish; such remains of  offal may be buried ashore, above high  water mark'. .   ,  Is that clear, Bimbo?! I doubt it..v  PageB-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday/August 23,1978  A revolutionary idea in  paint and wallpaper value...  For years now Color Your World has  provided   both   the   professional  decorator and the "do-it-yourselfer"  with the best in paint and wallpaper  value.   By manufacturing our own  products in our own factories and  selling them in our own-stores-we-Qffer-  top quality products at everyday low  prices. Jt's a revolutionary idea ih  value.  Interior latex  Finest quality  =,.  Interior latexflj  flat for  maximum  hiding with���  excellent  durability.  ��� C.    WATERS  _JRJLE.  FY  thS|Mary referred to, my wife and I found  it convenient to give our children swimming lessons at Coopers. Green almost,  every evening. Convenient that is, until a  few1" fishermen moved in, complete with  canners and portable freezers. With  fishing, success as notable as it was, the  beach soon became Uttered wiflk. the  heads, and skeletal and visceral remains  of the sought after salmon. Coupling all  that offal with week after week of unseasonably hot temperatures, you might  correctly deduce that the spirits of the  fishermen were not the only thing around  Coopers Green getting high. Still the  Bimbos continued to clean their catch  down by the waters edge, seemingly unconcerned that the beach might have other  uses for other people. And being one of  those other people, I beganto smolder as  Coopers Green beach became mOre and  more polluted, and less and less desirable  as a local swimming hole.  It became apparent that little chats to  some of these types might be in order. One  >��  D^ETTllGAlN  FANTASTIC SAVINGS CONTINUE  HOP & COMPARE  -worstirimy-experience,J carpe^acrbss4)rie���notable���confrontation���stands���out���and-  spot that had for years been a favourite  campsite for all who were in the area.  Overlooking a narrow, flat-bottomed  valley, it was a likely spot for both caribou  and moose hunters. When five Lower  Mainland hunters moved in last October  15, it wasjas I reniembered it, remote and  beautiful. 6n October 2l, however, ^i'fter  the Bimbos moved outfit.was in such a  i shambles', it is unlikely it will be1 used  again for several years. The site resembled In every respect a small garbage  . dump, except for two things. There were  the heads, guts and hides of four moose  and onfe caribou, and little piles of human  illustrates the intelligence of some of our  visiting anglers. My four-year^oldson liad  just collided with .his umpteenth salmon  head and no doubt was beginning to feel  that perhaps instead df swimming, tennis  would be his forte. So wher^ I spied two  more ardent ^anglers about to clean their  catch on the beach, riot 30 feet from where  we stood in thei water*I felt that another  little chat- was appropriate. "Excusejme  fellows, but is there any real need for you  to clean your fish on the beach where  we're swimming" I asked, with all the  diplomacy one could muster. 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J  It would also be greatly-appreciated if  those -of you who are still using an  engraver would please give us a call or  dropitroff at the Gibsons Detachment as  soon as possible.  The PENiNsuLA^/few*  Section C Wednesday��A��ggJLg8i.iyt^--^���- Pages 1-4  Pages 1-4  The  san���  By The Sea  Modern, 5 storey, first class motor hotel. Good location ��� I block from  beach. English Bay and Stanley Park, near downtown, shopping within 2  blocks. 125 attractively appointed air-conditioned rooms,'studios, efficiency  units and suites ��� each with private bath, 'color TV and phone. Dining  Room and Coffee Shop. Lounge with entertainment. Sample and Meeting  Rooms. Drive-in lobby and free parking.  1755 Davie Street Vancouver V6G 1W5. Phone: 604-682-1831 collect  Telex: 04-51161  IT'S AT  SUNSHINE COAST TV.  Gibsons Council  A refreshing criticism  WHITAKER HOUSE~the second  oldest surviving house in Sechelt, is  slated for demolition following an  announcement by owner Hayden  Killam that he plans to develop a  commercial building on the site. The  At the request of a local citizen, Gibsons council willask the Ministry oMIigh--  section of Highway 101 near Armour?  iBeachrT^7'"7"'   ~~~~?   7".'" A~\-~"  In a letter to council, June Boe said  ferry and localtraffic refuses to stop to let  people cross the highway near Armours  Beach where she says there are "many  people and children."  Boe asked council tbiCohsider a  crosswalk, a double line after ArmourS  Beach into Gibsons, a sidewalk at that  section of highway and a sign warning  motorists they are entering the village.  "These items seems to have been  neglected and I would hate to see a traffic  death to prove my point," she said.  The council decided August 15 to ask  Highways for both a crosswalk and the  painting of a double line on that section of  highway.- A sidewalk will be considerred at  time of drawing up the 1979 provisional  budget. ~  v "It's refreshing to have thi? kind of  criticism,''said Mayor Lome Blain.  Aid. Ted ^ Hume agreed,  saying he  riirpei^e^  of  letters jnstead   of   "letting   the  newspapers take a swack at \is every  chance they get."     ..'-".."A������"���'���  In other business, Susan Sproule from  ' the Canada World Youth organization  ' outlinedayputh exchan^^ropanrtb^be  held in Gibsons! this fall.  Gibsons is among-four B.C. communities chosen for the placement of  young people from both Canada and Indonesia. Sproule is looking for placement  of 14 young people in the community in a  voluntary capacity in local businesses. She  is also interested in finding people willing  to billet both a Canadian and Indonesian in  their homes for a five-week period.  Sproule said the programs have proven  in the past to be "quite educational and  enjoyable experiences for both the young  people and the community".  Aid. Larry Trainor told council  members that the marina commltttce is  .still waiting for costing on the plpn and  B.C. Ferries  fall schedule  begins Oct. 11  B.C. Ferries last week announced tho  hew Fall-Spring schedule for local ferries. -  The new schedules arc identical to thoso in  effect Inst winter, and will begin Wednesday, October 11,  The changes involve dropping three  soilings from Horseshoe Bay^ three from  Uingdale, and adding ono now soiling time  from cadi terminal.  , Flvo sailing times ore eliminated from  Uie departures from both Earls Covo and  Saltery Bay.  Eliminated from Uio Horseshoe Bay  schedule aro tho 1:45 p.m., 5:30 ond 7:45  Millings. There is a new 0:15 p.m. sailing.  Eliminated firom tho langdalo  schedule nro the 2:50 p.m., (1:30 and 0:50  salllngs.Tlinirtt la anew 7:15 p.m. sailing.  From Earls Cove, the following sailings  have been dropped jio.'30a;m.7l2M5 p.m,,  3:00,6:10 and 7:30. From Saltery Bay, tho  following sailings havo been dropped: 0:20  a.m. 11:35, 1:50 p.m.; 4:03 and 0:20.  expect to have most of the information by  the endof-August. ~^otgg^"and'tfielTPinkl^ttage~^en  ���Trainor~also~expressed'Toircerirt^^ "       "*~ "~  information regarding the mariha is^not  being disseminatedto t$ public despite  frequentsituation, reports. ���  "I think it's wise at this point," said  Hume, "to inform people that there will be  a public meeting held about the mariiia  and that it definitely will go to referendum;"  house,   originally  known   as\Red  Cottg^   _  _.__  the'p^Haae37was"built about..  for Bert Whitaker's beautiful sister  and her husband Jack Haslett. The  Hasletts lived in the house up until the  First World War and has had many  tenants since, including a taxi  dispatcher and the current Arts and  Crafts Centre.  -  wr-..  I^hftftfs hardly an audio enthusiast alive  ">es��fr admire the Nakamichi 100011.  Ft$t,?l,650f admiring it is about all  &j>lecan do. -v  W  1&% why Pioneer created the new  JO."^, cassette deck that offers all the  . &jfodfperformdnce.ot the Nakamichi  St, DUtopsts almost $1,000 less.  "'I&igqjbe this Is hard to believe, but be^  rThelacts bear us out.)  mfaot that the $600 * Pioneer  >.4/K��the$1,650Nakamichi lOOOll  j&joqestUiree headed cassette decks  groy jji^pnlibr Tj'glht off the tape as you  ] feature separate Dolby systems  *��Ck-and recording heads. So  ! recording With the Dolby on,    H  fifer the sameAvay.^*^-   m>sssmmi  ��>re filled with ali the  ^features y alt'd expect to find on  *k$ t>t this caliber: there's  jSjHiQiYi |am-pra>pf solenoid logic  ���jt jtniitiplex filers for making  ndingsC to memories that  The Grub Bap  Steam  X--���:��� It's vacation tinieT A- languorous catnap on the sunny sands, a plunge in the  foamy cold northern waters, a brisk swim  ^���- and even the most mild-mannered  epicure becomes a hungry animal raging .  to be fed. (hiven sluggards'who^mereiy^  bask on the beach will snarl.,a little.)  ���I'm prepared ��� with two lovely big  crabs ready for cooking (after they were  pried away frorn the children" who had  named them). If you are a timid soul, don't  ;read further. "-^-^-.ij*  To cook, throw the crabs in a po��~6f~  water with aboufr>& inch of vinegar in the  bottom season with V4 cup salt, 1 tbsp. of  dry mustard, some black pepper and a  good sprinkling of sage ��� all of which  ���should be boiling hard.       >  Here's the important -part. You must  have a rack in the pot to hold the crabs up  out of ttie liquid. Don't let anyone talk you  into boiling a crab. Steam them always.  Cover the kettle closely. The crabs are  done when they are good and red. Chill  them thoroughly (in a plastic bag). Strip  the legs away, wrench off the back shell  (and clean) to expose the.lovely, white,  flakey flesh, and you are nearly ready,  ' (For those of you' not on a beach or  outdoors, don't cook these crabs in the  house ��� the fumes last forever.)  Pile the whole tasty works (legs  cracked ond bodies broken into serving  pieces) pn a large platter surrounded by  small bowls of mayonnaise, mustard, hot  chili sauce, and a good lemon French  dressing. These are for dipping, of course,:  Hard rolls, a nice cold, crisp salad, arjjck,  'ft'fA$Ati    l-lt/tnA   ***y*-tim-art    fiHimnln    ��in<U    I���    _.-���__  m__i��iZJ_v!mti  watch those raging animals start to purr.  '.���'��� ..['���' ~.   *   ���  When it comes to a fingerprint expert, no  other  Compares with that eagle-eyed specialist:  Mother.  From, ten feet away, on a pane or on  "Chrome'r-^������ "-rr���-~y~-yyy-r'���- -,-���-D.  She spots every fingerprint made in her  home.  She knows whose it is without high-  powered lens.'��� '   ,  '  Whether Todd's or Debbie's or Brian's or  Ben's.  NO/ileed for a study of lines indistinct  For the priht to its maker is cannily linked  By a means of her own other experts  ignore;  No whorls and the like, but its height from  the flobr.  CORRECTIONS  Gremlins crept into Uie ingredients of  two recent recipes. In the August 9 recipe  for cornbread, the measurement should be  4 tsp. sugar, not V* teaspoon sugar. And In  e July 26 recipe for marmalade squares,  0 proportions should be 9* cup each  shortening and butter, not y*.tbsp.  3  '^.jj&feit Ay.; "^^*RV'��ttw  ^^y-:*^S Im   ���.   %  SUPER PACKAGE INCLUDES  SX 1280 Amp/Tuner  Pair-HPM 150 Speakers  CT-F1000 Cassette Tape Deck (as shown)  PL 570-Turntable  A $4000 Value for  $2999  Drop in today because...  HEARING IS BELIEVING  SUNSHINE COAST T.V,  Cowrie St., Sechelt  mkiSmtJ-  'r:r;ifi-'  Xk77^  y ���'.rtoi  ���XX77?  I'Jback to a particular  f;?i^m|?afi^on holds up equally well  gt|k^��jof&ifoi^.ance. _  ^lOpOM^w.Nakamichi   tMTtyip fiStalHarmonic distortion    ,  MM?*. ���'-'  irfPtnit conquered the  fBWfi"*ttij| flutter. (An Identical   ^  JfjSilgn'al.to noise ratios  daftly Sophisticated  ^ tfiitcan tell th��m apart.  Revalue of the CTF1000  ^?ur<i tohelleve, we suggest  |��|^jil)rself at any Pioneer  ImlEl^is simple: If you can't  mjfiali-why pay the difference?  _Y,   lt6acR"afive.  _t___^'^ ���  "�� W> US uwpra iwivt. 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Ws offer a  i I Complete Pest  Control Service  \^ For confidential advice  and estimate call  age 0-2 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 23,1978  Pulp & Paper Mill Requires  EXPERIENCED  ROLL GRINDERMAN  To operate a Farrell 42/60-inch by 316-inch Roll Grinder on rolls for  high-speed newsprint & kraft paper machines. This is a permanent  position paying.$10.63^1/2 per hour plus usual fringe benefits of  Canadian Paperworkers Union Contract.  Relocationassi^tance is\available to MacMillan Bloedel Alberni Pulp  & Po-per Division.  Apply in Writing to: ^  E/ Fosberry,  Canada Manpower-Centre,  4835 Argyle Street,  Port Alberni, B.C. ���  V9Y 1V9 -A"  mrnxmrnmrnm  **  \vm\iVmmm  THE PENDER HARBOUR Legion   Lion   Herb   Le   Selleur,   Legion   picnic site,  and Lions Club first annual picnic was   President Dave Pritchard, Vi Evans,  enjoyed by. young and old Sundayr���Bill Evans and Burdett Thomas had a  From left to right, Jessie Pritchard,   cool one at the Lions Park attractive  Use Times' Adbriefs to Sell Rent Buy. Swap etc.  Ever watched a starfish  By TERRY HAMMELL  Porpoise Say Park Naturalist  A rocky beach at low tide is often a  source of delight and fascination to people,  especially those new to the coast. Unfortunately Jow tide is also a time when  beach life is in its most inactive state.  Even the thousands of tiny crabs and bug-  eyed tide pool sculpins are waiting for the  oceans~retum~to~r^lly~get"down-to~the-  serious business of eating.  I say "unfortunately- because- many  people do not seem to see, mussels, barnacles, snails and starfish as living  creatures and destroy large numbers of  them without realizing the amazing lives  they lead when people are not looking.  Starfish are more than purple_bumps_on a  rock; they are very important predators of  the sea shore. They affect the type and  number of creatures that live there are  closely linked with mussel and barnacle  communities. Why not join in-an informal  talk on intertidallife this Friday?  NATURE PROGRAM  ���   All events take place at the change  house at Porpoise Bay Provincial Park.  Friday,r8 p.m. - STALKING THE  ��� INTERTIDAL ZONE otherwise known as  THE CASE OF THE, GALLOPING  LIMPET! Gather around the campfire for  this informal discussion. Bring your own  -"-ch^irr" ���Tr-:���" ---^���^��=^~-^~~~��^~  Saturday, 8 p.m^ ��� HOOTDT AND  ATTENTION  PARENTS OF BEAVERS, CUBS, SCOUTS & VENTURES  Sept. 18-8 p.m., St. Hilda's Hall  Organizing for years activities & election of officers. & there is to be  scouting in-Sechelt, you must attend.  SHRIEKINM Hear tales of the night birds  as darkness thickens around us! Learn a  bit about owls too. Join Terry by the  campfire. Bring your own chair or  blanket.  Sunday,��� 9 a.m. '��� Interested in  LOOKING AT ��BIRDS? Join Terry aiid  have a look around.  No more scuba  air tank refills  The Sechelt Volunteer Fire Department will no longer provide the service of  refilling scuba air tanks for the general  public effective Wednesday, August 9,  1978.   - -    -    . ���  Just a reminder that we will be happy  to wrap.your gifts for you or your parcels  for mailing if you so wish. ��� Miss Bee's,  ���Secheifc  GARDEN BAY  MARINE SERVICES LTD.  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Active: C^J  it's the only way Akftt  to be.  pBRTicipamoni  POOL SUPPLIES  NEPTUNE POOL SUPPLIES  Liquid & Dry Chlorlno, pH Up qnd Down, and all  ollw  pool  chocVilcals  &' supplies,  Tost   Kits,  Vacuum Hose 8, Pool Accessories  North Road, Gibsons  886-2103  Alter S pm'wookdayi  all day Sat, ft Sun.  PRINTING SERVICE  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  y .  Buslnoss', Cards, Wodding Invitations,  Lottorhoads, Envelopes,  Rafflo Tickets,  PENINSULA TIMES  ������-"������-   Phono 885-3231  mm  RENTALS  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS A EQUIPMENT  - RENTALS & SALES  ,:,..,..���.l-a��y.;S!r!nqoocrqtaformlno,System.,.,,   Compressors ��� Rototillers ��� Gonorators  I'uinps > Earth Tampon , ,   Sunshlno Coast Hwy A Fronds Ponlnsula Road  Madolra Park Ph. 883-2585  RETAIL STORES  C&SHARDWARE  Sechelt, B.C.  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Bi.lfjl om In 5:30pm  Friday evening by appolntmont only  TRK TOPPING  PEERLESS TREE SERVICE  Complete Tree r,nivico  Ptompt, Guatnnto^d, Insuiort Wnrk  1*1 Ices You Can Irusl  Phono J, Rlsboy,  QQ5-2109  Pltch-ln*78  Briil/h Columbia  Beautiful  jimw-www-^  \      '  \'*  I     I  ->tr^ :\t  "TO ,��!/���  -  Wednesday, August 23   ���. .CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5~  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  MSA Cable 3 (August 23): 7;00 p.m.  The Creative Image, master ph<?to-  frapher   Norm   Williams   is   guest;  -.30 To Be Announced; 8:00 Forum,  Mark Rushton and guests; 9:00 Pressure Point, Money Talks; 9:30. Com-  .���moinlty  Upbeat,  Newspaper   Creatl-   vlty. " y, ���  CHANNEL 11 - CHANNEL 12   CHANNEL.13  12:00  12:30  1:00  V.Z0  Sum.  Unlimited  Ryan's Hope  Bob McLeqn  Atlantic  Sum.  AU~My Children  Cont'd.  One Life  to- Live  Hollywood  Sq��.  Days of  - ,-  Our Lives  The Doctors  News  Ida Clarkson  Sanford & Son  Marcus Welby  News  As World Turns  Cont'd.  Guidlns LiRht  You* Move  Movie:   >  Devil and  Miss Sarah  Summer  Program  Begins at  4:00  p.m,  NgWS"  Love, Am. Style  Movie - TBA  Cont'd.  Mike Douglas  As World Turns  Cont'd.  Medical  Center  All My Children  Cont'd.  Vancouver  Friends of Man  2:00  2:30  3:00  3:30  Hoe, Hoe  Edge of Night  High Hopes  Take 30  General  Hospital  Edge of Night'  Merv Grlffiin  Another   World  - Cont'd.  Movie:  Queen of  Cont'd.  Edge of Night  High  Hopes  Take 30  Cont'd..  AU in Family  Dinah  Cont'd.  4:00 Little  Woman Cont'd.  4:30 Vision On Cont'd.  5:00 Celebrity   Cooks News  5:30 AH  ln  Family Cont'd.  Babylon  Cont'd.  Newlywed  News  Gm.  Child's Show  Flipper"~  ���-  Adam-12  News  Emergency One  . Cont'd,     i  News- ---!  Cont'd.     \  Another World  Cont'd.  Alan Hamel  Cont'd.   /  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Popeye  Flintstones  Cont'd.  Tic Tac Dough  Match  Game  Hillbillies  Wildlife  Party  Game  Lively   Woman  Going Places  Lucy Show  Emergency '  Cont'd. \  Winsday-V  Sesame Street  Cont'd.  Mr. Rogers  Electric Co.  Munsters v  Fli'pper  Leave to Beaver  Bewitched,.  Funorama  The Monkees  My 3 Sons * '  Brady Bunch  Spiderman  Part.  Family  Rafferty -  Cont'd.  6:00  6:30  7:00  7:30  Hourglass  Cont'd.  Mary T. Moore  --Baseball:  Cont'd.  -Cont'd.  World Anlnlals  ..Hollywood  Cont'd.   ,���  Cont'd.   "   ���  .Seattle  Special-Edition-  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Hollywood  -Baseball:  Cont'd.  Mary T. Moore  Tell the Truth  Family  Feud ���  8:00  8:30  9:00  9:30  Los Angeles  at Montreal  Cont'd.  ' Cont'd.  8 Is Enough  Cont'd.      /'       ���  Charlie's Angels  Cont'd.  Town Hall  -Meeting  Step  Beyond  Tall  Ships  Los Angeles-  at Montreal  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  -Nsws' Special  Cont'd���  Movie:  Parallax View  News ���*  Football:  Edmonton vs.  Winnipeg  Zoom'  Over Easy  News *  Egypt -  I Love Lucy  Andy Griffith  Hogan's Heroes  Adam-12  Andy Griffith  Little Vic  Joker's  Wild  Dr. ln House  Alice  Happening  Vancouver  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd,  Cont'd.  Adam-12  National  Geographic  Ballet  Cont'd.  Marcus Welby  Cont'd.  Ironside  Cont'd.  Newlywed Game  Merv Griffin  Cont'd.  Confd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Black- Sheep  Squadron  10:00  Cont'd.  Starsky and.  Police  Cont'd.  Cont'd.    .  8 Is Enough  Cont'd. -.   -j  News  Donahue  Police Woman -  10:30  Week In B'ball  Hutch  Woman  Week in B'ball  Cont'd.  Confd.  Cont'd, ,  .  Am. 2 Night  Confd.  Cont'd.  11:00  "News  News  News  News  .Jews  News  , Cont'd.  Odd Couple  Phil  Silvers  Sports page  11:30  Cont'd.  Police Story  Tonight Show  Cont'd.  Late  Movie  Cont'd.  Dick Cavett  Outer Limits  Late Movie  Cont'd.  Thursday, August 24  MSA Cable 3 (August 24): 7:00 p.m.  Show" of .hands, insurance; 7:30  Silver Sages, Happy- Gang performs;  8:00 What's Happening; 9:30 MSA  Hospital Presents, arthritic care.  Wednesday, August 23,1978  The Peninsula Times      Page C-3  Book Look  By MURRIE REDMAN  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00  Sum.  Unlimited  All My Children  Hollywood  Sqs.  News  News  News           i  Summer  News  Mike Douglas  All My  12:30  Ryan's Hope  Cont'd.  Days of  Ida Clarkson  As World Turns  'Movie:          '  Programs,  Love, Am. Style  As World Turns  Children  1:00  Bob McLean  One Life  Our Lives  Sanford & Son  Confd.  Bronco Buster  Begin at  Movie:  Confd. -  Vancouver  1:30  Atlantic  Sum.  to Live  The Doctors  Marcus Welby  Guiding Light  Confd.  4:00 ~p.ni.  Burn Witch,  Medical  Center  Confd.  2:00  Cooks Tour  General  Another  World  Confd.  Confd.  Another  World  Burn  Confd.  Confd.  2:30  Edge of Night  Hospital  Confd.  Edge of Night  All In FamUy  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Tic Tac Dough  Confd.  3:00  High Hopes  Take 30  Wimsloe Bomb.-  Edge of Night  Movie:  High Hope  Take 30 '"~��  Dinah,  Alan Hamel  Popeye  Match Game.  Lively Woman  Going Places  3:30  Merv Griffin  Confd.  Don't  Make  Waves  Confd.  Cont'd.  Flintstones  Hillbillies  4:00  Child's Show  . Emergency  Lucy Show  Sesame. Street  Munsters  Funorama  Spiderman  4:30  Can.  Schools  Confd.  Cont'd.  ��� Flipper  One  Emergency  Confd.  Flipper  Monkees  Part.  Family-  5:00  Celebrity Cooks  News  Newlywed Game  Adam-12  News  Confd.  Mr. Rogers  Leave to Beaver  My 3 Sons  Rafferty       *  5:30  All in Family  -.  Cont'd.  News  News  Confd.    .  Gong Show  Electric  Co.  Bewitched  Brady Bunch  Confd.  6:00  Hourglass  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  News  Zoom  I Love Lucy  Fishing  .Maude   6:30  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Mary T. Moore  Confd.  Over Easy  Andy Griffith  Little Vic  ���Happening  7:00  Mary T. Moore  -People Place  Seattle  Hawaii 5-0  Tell the Truth  B.C. Games  News  Hogan's   Heroes  Joker's   Wild  Vancouver  7:30  Concert  Cont'd.  Match  Game  Cont'd'.  Tattletales  Grand   Country  Playhouse  Adam-12  Lucky Feller  Confd.  8:00  - Duchess of   "  Welcome- Hotter-  Town Hall  Duchess of  'News Special  VEGA$  Wolf Trap  Oral -Roberts  Newlywed Game  Confd.  8:30  Duke St.  Happening  Meeting  Duke St.   ���  Confd..  Confd.  Cont'd.-..  Cont'd.  Merv Griffin  Confd.  9:00  ���Denny's  Show  ������ Barney Miller  Richie  8' Is Enough  Hawaii   5-0  Confd.  Cont'd.  Ctfnfd.  Jack Van Impe  Confd.  ' Richie  9:30  Honestly  Movie:  Brockelman  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Comes Future  Crusade  Confd.  Brockleman  10:00  George,  Mildred  VEGA?  Operation  Starsky &  Barnaby  Jones  Baretta  Cont'd.  News  Donahue  Barnaby  Jones  10:30  Cdn. Authors  Confd.  Runaway  Hutch  Confd.  Cinema  Am. 2 Night  Cont'd.     '-,  Cont'd.  11:00  National News  News  News  News  News  News  Dick Cavett  Odd Couple  Phil Silvers  Sports Page  11:30  Night Final  Starsky,' Hutch  Tonight Show  Cont'd.  Late Movie  News  Sign Off  Outer Limits  '  Late Movie V  Confd.  Friday, August 25  THE MASTERS OF SOLITUDE by  Marvin Kaye and Parke Godwin,  Doubleday cl978, 397 pages, $11.95.  To attain excellence, a science fiction  novel must offer a different way of looking  at life as we know it. It should provide a  new dimension of awareness and at the  same time be a good story. It should be  enjoyable,, satisfying as literature and  "technically authentic. THE MASTERS OF  SOLITUDE is ah excellent science fiction  novel. ���  In the CS. Lewis manner, it makes a  comment on the future of mankind. It  speculates on the survival of religion, as.  opposed to a purely scientific society. The  conflicts in the book are based on a  triangular -framework in which the  authors have placed three different  societies at odds.  There is a highly technical City which  guards its boundaries with a protective  band of lethal energy, allowing no one to  enter or leave at will. There is an outer  group of Druid-like people who have attained a degree of mental communication  "sida", a fermented apple drink. (The  reader might pick up a familiar ring to the  word.) There was no moral structure;  therefore, the young were free from the  rigours of sexual or educational bounds.  The religion consisted of a central coven  made up of those with the strongest  powers of mental telepathy. The rituals  were designed to strengthen these powers  and demonstrate them to the rest of the  members of the group. The people shared  the intimacies of each other's minds.  The Kriss (I suspect a diminuation of  Christian), on the other hand, were very  strict; allowing few pleasures, other than  those dictated by their rigid moral codes  and religious laws. Women were regarded  as little more than slaves, children were  oppressed and punishment for infractions  was severe and swift.  The City people were obsessed with a"  desire to extend life to immortality. In this  pursuit there was little time for pleasure  and, therefore, it became all but forgotten.  The computer was vital to the the life of  this scientific society ��� it was consulted  Which permits them to survive in a rather * on all important matters.  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL &  CHANNEL 6  CHANNBL 1  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  -12:00-  12:30  1:00  1:30  -Sunir-. Unlimited-*  Ryan's Hope  Bob McLean  -Atlantic Sum.  ~A11-My���  Children  One Life  to Live  -Hollywood"-Sqsr"  Days of  Our Lives  The Doctors  -Newsr ������w>"  Ida  Clarkson  Sanford & Son  Marcus Welby'  "New  ~r  As World Turns  Cdnfd.  '  Guiding Light  2:00  2:30  3:00  3:30  Concert Canada  Edge of Night  High Hopes   -  Take 30  General      l  Hospital  Edge of Night  Merv Griffin  Another Worlds >  Confd.  Movie:  Reluctant  Confd.  Edge of Night  High- Hopes  Take 30  Confd. ^T  All in Family  Dinah  Cont'd.        '  -NeWS"   Movie:  Night  Strangler  Summer-  Programs  Begin at  4:00 p.m.  "NfeWS~���"^"~- *  Love, Am. Style  Movie:  Requiem for   .  ~Mlkfe---lJm^dS----'"'"All--Mv"ChU"dfe:r  As Worl(T>Turns   Confd.  Confd.        X ���    Vancouver  Medical   Center    Confd.  Another  World  Cont'd.  Alan Hamel  Confd.  a Gunfighter  .Cont'd-.  Popeye  Flintstones  Cont'd.  Tic Tac Dough  Match  Game  Hillbillies  XConfd.      -  Cont'd.  Lively Woman  Going Places  4:00  Klahanie  Cont'd.  Debutante  -  Child's Show  '   Emergency^-One-  Lucy Show  ~ Sesame Street  Munsters  Funorama  Spiderman  4:30  After School  Confd.  Confd.  Flipper    ~  -  --Confd.  Emergency  Cont'd.  Flipper  Monkees    ���  Part.  Family  5:00  Celebrity Cooks  All  In Family  News  Newlywed  Gm.  Adam-12  News              ���  _ Confd..  Mr. Rogers  Leave toJBeaver  -M-y-3-Sbns���-  Rafferty   ~  5:30  Confd.  News  News  Cont'd.'  Gong Show  " ElectriC-'Co.��� - -  ���Bewitched  ���  Brady Bunch   .-  Cont'd.  6:00  Hourglass  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Cont'd.  News ���-. -  Blue Marble  I Love Lucy  Andy Griffith  .Maude --���- -.������.��� V,  6:30  Confd.  Confd.   -,  Confd.  Confd.  Mary T. Moore  Confd.  Over Easy  Andy Griffith  Little Vic  Happening    ��� -x  7:00  Mary T.  Moore  Football:   ���  Seattle  Lawrence  Movie:  Oper.  Petticoat  News  Hogafa's  Heroes  Joker's   Wild  Vancouver,  7:30  Reach  for Top  San Francisco  Hollywood  Sqs.  Welk  The Questor,  Julie  Gardening  Adam-12  Dr. in House  Cont'd.  8:00  Duches of Duke  at Denver  Town Hall  Duchess of  Tapes  Wonder  Wn. Review  Wonder  Newlywed Game  Cont'd.  8:30  Cuckoo  Waltz  Cont'd1.  Meeting  Duke St.  Confd.  Womkn  Wolf  Trap  ��� Woman  Merv Griffin  Cont'cL  9:00  Sum. Variety  Confd.  Rockford  The Raes  - News Special  Rockford   Files    Confd  Ironside  Confd.  Movie:  9:30  Cont'd.  Shirley  Bassey  Files  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Confd.  Straight to  10:00  T.B.A.  - Confd.  Quincy  Charlie's Angels  Confd.  Quincy  Cont'd.  News  Donahue  the Heart  10:30  T.B.A.  TBA ���  Cont'd.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Cont'd.    .  Fernwood Night  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  11:00  National News  News  News  News  News  News  Dick Cavett  Odd  Couple  PhU  Silvers  Sports Page  11:30  Night Final  Baretta  Tonight Show  Cont'd.  Late Movie  Cont'd.  Real Am.  Outer Limits  Late Movie  Confd.   _  primitive state. And there is a faction of  "Christian" fundamentalists who endure a  rigid form of Quakerism similar to that of  Salem witch-burners.  The story revolves around Arin, son of  Garick and Judith. Judith,���an escapee  "ffdmthe City, was daughter" of the City's  administrator. After her marriage to  Garrickj and the birth of her son; she  taught her family about ttie City, all the  \Y.htle reveling in the freedoms and joys of  Shando life. Judith showed her son how to  -read-the-Old-language-and-her-dying-wish���  caused him to seek out the City.  -The Shandoes lived close to nature, in  I what "hippies" seek as the ideal life style,  free from, the burden of machines and in  harmony with what seems natural. Their  economic success depended, upon sales of  Arin, the central figure in the novel is to  bring these three societies together. How  h�� accomplishes the task is the tale. It is  exciting, horrifying and leaves plenty of  room for contemplation about' where we  are heading ourselves. This is a book for  more than"just sci-fi buffs.    -  Our. new cards and wrapping paper  should be-in shortly, as well as a few new  items. ��� Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  Pitch-In *70  Bfiti/h Columbia  Beautiful  Saturday, August 26  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  Lassie  Movie:  Mexican  Hayride  Am. Bandstand  Hall  of  Fame Golf  ���  Confd.  Baseball:  Teams TBA  Confd.  Confd.  Sports Review  Travel  Red Fisher  -  Discover  Fat Albert  Football:  Chicago at  Seattle  Hollywood  Discover  Gardening  Horse   Racing  Gardening  Turnabout  Consumer Kit  French Chef  Movie: \  Out; of.'Sight .V  Cont'd.  Confd.  Fat Albert  Space Academy  Outlook  Perspective  loo Huntley St.  Sports  Cont'd.  Confd.  2:00  2:30  3:00  -3:30_^-Cbnfd  Reflections  Mr. Chips  Space 1999  Movie:  Beneath the  12-Mile Reef  _Cont!d^   Week In B'baU  Sports  Movie:  -We*e-Not ���  Emergency  Cont'd.  Space 1999 .  -Gonfd,   Cont'd.  Cont'd.  .Cont'd..  -Sports���  War Year's  Confd.  ..Wrestling,  -Cont'd:   Gardening   1  Daniel .Foster-  Paint Along  -Book���Beat   Movie:  -Dark Venture  Cont'd.  -Confdr- ~  700 Club  Coht'd.  Cont'd.  Confd.    %  Cont'd."  Lively Woman  -Jtobonie~TStOT)BeffT~I^rty~GgmeT  4:00  4:30  5:00  5:30  Baseball:   .  Montreal  at  San Francisco  Confd.  NFL Great  Teams  World of Sports  Cont'd.  Married  Cont'd.  Adventure  News  BasebaU:  Montreal  at  San Francisco  Cont'd.  Spectacular  Cont'd.  Friends  News  World of  Sports  Confd.  Confd.  Firing Line  Cont'd.  Evening  at Pops    *   Voyage to  Bottom Sea  Twilight Zone  Confd.  Speed Buggy  Funorama  Literature  Crusade  Oceans Alive  Cartoons  Confd.  Lively Spec.  6:00  6:30  7:00  7:30  Cont'd.  News  Muppets  Two   Ronnies  Cont'd.  News  Lawrence  Welk  Football:  L.A. at  Oakland'  Cont'd.  Confd.  News  Lou  Grant  Confd.  Cont'd.  Superman  Abbott,  Costello  In Search Of  News  Show Biz  Bionic  Woman .  French  Chef  Once Upon  National  Geographic  Star Trek  Cont'd. *.  Hee Haw  Cont'd.  Telethon  Cont'd.  ...-.Cont'd.  -"'Cont'd!.  Behind Scene  Friends of Man  P.  Applevard  Vic Franklyn.  &&��&  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SALES & SERVICE  IN THE  V  OF SECHELT  885-9816  Ask about our  "Package'' deals.  ~^S> Mark_of Quality  APPLIANCES & TELEVISIONS  8:00  8:30  9:00  9:30  Jean Pierre  Ferland  Movie:  The Far Shore  NCAA Preseason  Love  Boat  Cont'd.  Cont'd.-  Cont'd.  Bionic Woman  Cont'd.  Jean-Pierre  Ferland  MOvie:  The Far Show  Bob Newhart  Mary T. Moore  Movie:  Mary Jape  Avengers  Confd.    ���   .  Movie:      /  The Storyteller  Country  &  Western  Cont'd.  Cont'd,  World Vision  InternjttJenal  Cont'fl  . Conff  10:00  10:10  11:00  11:10  Confd.  Cont'd.  National News  Night Final  Fantasy  Island  News;  Confd. ,  Americans  Cont'di.  News ."  Le Disco  Confd.  Cont'd.  News  Late Movie  Harper Cried  Last Night  Movie:  BuOna Sera  Cont'd^  Cont'd.  NCWS-  C6nfd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Confd.  Cont'd.  Cont  Cont  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.    .  Cont'd.  Confd.    ,     ���'(,  -Cont'd, yL.y. '..  Welcome Kotter  Maude v  Love Boat '  Confd. V :���-.  Weekend  Cont'd.  Movie:  Distant Drums  Fantasy  Island  Sports  Confd.  Sunday, August 27  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNBL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00  Access-  Issues & Ana.  Baseball:  Country Garden  T.B.A,  Film Fill  Real  Amer.  1 Movie:  Gospel   Hour  .Sports  12:30  Victorian   Mem,  Directions  Mariners at  Bettor Way  T.B.A.  , Botter Way  Egypt  Wash. Review  Tho Terror  Confd.  Confd.  1:00  T.B.A.  Hall of  Baltimore  Lucy p Show  T.B.A,  Terry Winters  .  Cont'd.  Faith for Today  Cont'd.-  1:30 ,  Football:  Fame Golf  Cont'd.  Point of Vlow  Football:  Toronto at  T.B.A.  Star Trek  Wall Street  Movio:  P.T.L.   Club  , Baseball:  2:00  Toronto at ,  Confd.  T.B.A.  Confd.  Bill  Mover's  Ma & Pn Kettle  Confd.  Vancouver  at  ...2:30  , Saskatchewan  Confd.  Confd.  Saskatchewan  T.B.A.  Movie:  Journal  Go to Town  Confd,  Salt Lake  3:00  Cont'd        --���  Tennis  Sportsworld  Confd,  T.B.A.  A Cry for Holp  ��� Performances  Movlo:  Cont'd.  Tho  Goodies  Funorama  Cont'd.  3:30  Cont'd.  Cont'd.     ������  Cont'd.  Cont'd,  T.B.A.  Cont'd,  Cont'd.  Tho Mountain  Confd,  Confd.  4:00  Confd.  Confd,  Cont'd.  Cont'd,  T.B.A.  Horst Koehler  Cont'd.  Oceans Alive  4:30  Music to See  Speedway  Gt, Am, Gamo  Music to See    T.B.A.  Question Period  -untamed  World  News  Cont'd.  Cont'd,  The  Editors  5:00  Country Canada  Australia  Alios Smith  Moot tho Press  Country  Canada  Student Forum p  National    German Soccer  Voyage to  Bottom of Sea  Honoymoonors  What  Next?  5:30  & Jonea  Nows   ���  Geographic  Capitol Com.  Confd.  Movie;  Behind   Scones"  ��:00  Hymn Sing  World) of  News  Cont'd.          News  News  News     '  Leonard  Star Trok  Bomba on.  Great Debate  6:30  Anything Goes  Castaway  Confd.  David Horowitz  B0* Minutes  Confd.  Bernstein  Confd.  JRunlhor Island  Confd.  7:00  Disney  Hardy Boya-  World of  Adam-12  Hnrdy Boys  Confd.  Outer Limits  no  Minutes  $120000 Question  Vic Fronklyn  7:30  Rhoda  King  Kepslngt'n  All In Family -  Nancy Drew  Disney  Rhoda  Cont'd.  Confd  Cont'd.  Confd.  Cont'd.  8:00  How the West  Project UFO  King Kensingfn  Rhoda  Project U.F.O.  Evening at  Speakout  Movie:  Ll'l  Scratch  Movlo:  8:30  Was Won  Confd.  All In Family  On Our Own  Confd.  Pop*  Access  Wilderness  9:00  The Other  Movie:   -  Movie:  Tho Other  All ln Family  Godfather  Saga  Theatro  Probe  Confd.  Trial  9:30  Child  Symphony  Murder At  World Series  The Bronken  Bodge  Cont'd  Child  Symphonies ,  Alice  ��� Switch  Confd.  CTV Inquiry  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Contact  Confd,  Cont'd1.  10:00  Cont'd.  Kroeze   bron,  Movlo:  Jo Gnlllord  10:30  Confd,  Confd.    ,  Confd,  Confd.  Playhouse  700 Club  Santa Fc Trail  Confd.  11:00  National News  NewB  Nows  Nows  Now*  Nows  World War I  Confd.  Confd,  Sports .Pngo  11H0  Night  Final  Confd.  Late  Movie >  Cap,   Comment  Lata Movie  Confd.  Sign Off  Confd,  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Monday, August 28  12(00  12:30  1:00  1:30  CHANNBL 2  Hum,  Unlimited  Ryan's Hope  Bob McLoan    .  Atlantic Sum,  CHANNBL 4  CHANNEL S  All My Children  Cont'd!  Ono Llfo to  Live  Hollywood  Days of  Our Lives  Tho  Doctora  Bqi.  2:00  2:30  3:00  4:00  4:io  Si oo  5:30  Heritage  Edge  of  Night  High Hopo*  ..Tako 30  General  Hospital   .  Edge of Night  Morv tirtffln  Another   World  Cont'd,  Movioi  The  Cool Once  CHANNBL *  Now*  Ida Clarkson  Sanford & Son  Marcus Welby  Cont'd,  Edge  of  Night  High Hopes  Toko 30  CHANNBL 7  Newa ""  Aa tha World  Turns  Guiding Light  CHANNBL  News ' ,"  Movlo:  Funny Girl  Pt. 1  CHANNBL 9  Cont'd.  All In Family  Dinah.  Confd.  Another  World  Alan Hamel  Cont'd.  Summer  Programa  Begin at  4:00 -p.m.  CHANNBL 11  hiow/i  Joannlo  Movlei  Mission for   a KHToF  Cont'd.  Popeye  Filntntones  CHANNBL U  CHANNBL 1��  AlOO  4:30,  7:00'  *"!!*��"  "BiOO"'  8:30  9:00  9l30_  Tdjbo  10:30  11:00  11:30  Howard Pro,  Mr, Droaaup    -  Celebrity Cook*  All In Family  Hourglass  Cont'd.  Mary T, Mooro  ~Hnppy~Day��  Reno Hlninnl  M.A.S.H,  Jf��_Cflmpo ny   Nows Sl����7  Harney Mlllor  National Newi  NIKht Final  Cont'd;  Confd.  News  jCont'd.   Confd".  Confd,  i��9M  Confd.  Confd.  Nowlywod Game  New*  Child's Program  Flipper  Adam-12  Nawa  Emergency  Cont'd.  Nowa  Confd.  Lucy Show  wrov  Gong Show  Sesame Street  Cont'd.  Mr, Rogers  Eleotrlo Co.  Munsters  Flipper i  Heaver  Bewitched  Baseball;  Teams T.B.A.  Cont'd,  Cont'd,^  "Cont'd,  Cont'd.  News,  Pollco Story  Confd.  Confd.  "Littip lEuVo  on tho Pralrla  Movlei  Dirty Harry  "Cont'd."  Cont'd,  New��  Tonight Show  Cont'd.  Cont'd,  ,Qrnl JlflborU,  Confd.   Iappy~Bay��  I1'  leno Simard  M.A.S.H.  3'�� Company  'NewiTRiaH.  Jiarnoy Mlllor  Confd.  Mary T, Moora  ...Tail ...tlM'rrutli,  Around Horo  -  Jcffernorui  Good Times  M.A.fl.H.  1 Day at a Tlmo  8  onfd.  Lou  Orant  Cont'd.  New*  Lale  Movie  News  Cont'd,  Upbby Vinton  Head, lluntora  "'fif,ooo,oob  Man  Special;  Amazing  iioom  Ovor Easy  NttWi .���������...,.. .,...��.  World War I  Howard  PL I  Naws  Confd,  T-^onard  Bernstein  Swing  Festival  I  Love Lucy  Andy, Griffith  Hogan's Heroes  Adam-12  Movies  I'll   Naver  Forgot What's  Ills Nanus  Mlko   Doutllns  As World .Turns  Confd,  Dr, In Houso   "TilA ~  Tlo Too Dough  Match   Gamo  ^Joannlo   ~Fiinoifama  GllllHan's  lalnnd  Mv S HonH  JM.ovo I.uoy    Andy "Griffith  Gong Show  Jokors .-Wild"-""���  2'a Company   "Nowlywod (lium>  Merv Orlffln  Confd,  Confd.  ughes  ^Mel Tonne &  Woody  Herman  Nanoy Wilson  Cont'd  Nows  farnwood Night  Odd Couple  Outer Limit*  Jacques  COutteau  Phil Hllvars  l.ato Movlo  All ray Uiuuron  Cont'd,  Vancouver,  Confd. .  Cont'd,  Cont'd.  Llvoly Womon  (loin K_jy����o��u_  Spfdorman  Part. Family  Pollco  Woman   Maude ^  Happening?  Vanoouver^  Confd.  "Cont'd.'  II.C, Lloas  Movlo:  l'''jln"  Cont'd,  Cont'd*  Hporls  Confd.  �������������=�����  Attend  the Church  ,',.*���'';  ��� ���      - , -j.  your choice  UNITED CHURCH  >   .   " Rev. AnnetteM. Rvinhuidi  *  "     886-2333  '9:30,am-���'St. John's. Wilson Creek  11:15a.m. ��� Gibsons  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Service and Sunday School each Sunday  !nnTT30~Xm71exce*pt last  Sunday  in"  month at  12:30 p.m.) Wed. Evenings,  7:30.    ....  All in St. John's United, Church..   :,  Duvis Buy,  F,honc"8��5-3157r88(V:7882i8ffJJ92to'~  sunshine Coast  gospelchurch  ,, , Davis Hay Hoail al Laurel  Davis Bay  Sunday School' , 9:45 am  Morning Service II :(X) am  Hveri'iri'n Survice , .,.,,, 7:00 pm  Wed. I'raycr and Uiblc Study  I'hone 885-52%  "noiiulentiininiitiuniil"  I'aslorClifford McMullcn  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  '      'Rev. T, Nicholson':I'tistor  "J'lMI'S Ol- SUNDAY MASS  8:00p,m. Sal. eve. al Si, Mary's, Gibsons  8:30 a.m. Our Lady ol' Lolirdes, on ihi"  Sechelt Indian Keserve '  10:00'a,ni. al The Holy Family Chinch in  Seehell  12 noon at Si, Mary's Church in Gibsons  Hltfh  I'aRo  Tuesday; August 29  ,H..,tw*mm*mm*.  CHANWBt J  IJsOO  Ui30  H00  lllO  "'i\W  2|)0  llOQ  ai,0_  "4700  4|��0  Sl00\  Jl30  ' ��;��T  ��:)0  7l00  7il0  -fjfr  10)30  11:00  Hi 10  . ,f!" ���   Sum. Unllmitod  Hyan's Mope  Hob McLean  _AIUntJaJ3um.  "itinlon at LafitB  Krfn of NlKUt  illHlt Hopes  Taka 30   "iloward' JfiriU  North, fltimmpr  Cel��hrlty Cooks  All  In framlly  TootWl     ,  MontroM at  WlnnlpoK  Cont'd   llont'd,"       ~    ���  -0����*Hfcr��������-^������  llourulnna  ...Maty,. TV-. Moor*-  "yaFKfy*"'7il  Ityan'a  fancy  National Nows  -MUM nmx:   CHANNBL 4  All My Chlldran  Cont'd.  Ono Llfo  JoJUyo   "Oenerai  Hospital  Kd��a nf NIKht  Marv Orjffln    ConlM,";  "���Cont'd,'" "-" ���"  Nowa  Cont'd.  CHANNIL ��  CHANNHLJ   lloWwood  flqs, JNows  Oaya of Our        Ida Clarkson   Lives Sanford & Ron  JTha Doctors      Marcus ^Wolliy  Another   WoTra^ont'd,  Oont'd.                  Bdiij of Nl��h|  Movie:                 lllicn Iiopei  Sj>y with a Take 30__   "SOW-      -Sfi1'** Progrnm  Cont'd.   . r       Flipper  CHANNHL 7  CHANNHL t  CHANNBL *  CHANNBL 11  CHANNHL U  CHANNBL 11  Nowa  AM'"*  'Tulri*  (lulilln  World  I  owi  avlai  * ....Funny Olrl  m�� Mflht      VV.f"  ��� Xnolher  \V  TJofiF  All In Family  Dinah  Cont'd  ft'  owlywed (lame  'e��ra  8BL  Utile Via  Sha Na Na   "Hap-pTTBiiM  '���tiwrwrtmf-'vnMwr"  ,V�� Company  - Carter-* Count  Cont'd,  ������fiEwmf,.  *'<r  t'H.  Adanv-U  Newa  1  mcrienoy One  /(mother  WorldT  Cont'd.  Alan Hamel  Cont'd.   .  Bummer  I'rosraina  llejiln AK  -4i00 p.m   Cont1  BeaUle  "WfoyleT"*"*"       ""  of Rlvla  ������Oont'd. ������- ���  'fionPd  Cont'd.  Newa  iTWMflLffftg   103  jotfiall]  .Jontreai at  Winning  Cont'd,  "fco  "OontH, ***"'*"''  Movie:  My ywn�� W  ContV  Nowe  Cont'd,  Conftd.  Cont'd,  Mary T, Moore  Tell tho Truth  Tattletalee   t!ii!a!  " T,B,A.*"'"J!"",""y'""  "t.Ii.AT  T.B.A,  .LuayShSw-  Kmertfenay  Cont'd,.  Pom; Show  , fieiama fitreat  Cont'd.  Mr, Ilouera  KUctrlo Co.  Newa  Jeannie  Movlo:  Cont'd.  Cont'd,  i'opeyo  Kllntntonei  Mlko   Dnunlnn  Aa World Tiirnfi  Cont'd.  i|l^*-%l'l"*"iiiiiiT^*""i��-��-ilt-h>wiin  %  Uwm  Late  Movie  Newa  Cont'd.     ,  jtar* On loo  flearch,_J-le��mie_  *Whw��� ���-"-  "cKi'rVfe'e  Angela  Cont'd. V  Zoom  (Xvor JJaay ,  ... Cont'd.,  ajtonnlea  ~itarry S.  Truman  Dick Cavett  Book Beat  Muiutora  Flipper  Beaver  _Bewlt��hed>_   "l LAvi~Luey  Andy (Jrlfflth  llOKan'a  Haroaa  A<lam-ia  TBA  Tlo Tno Dough  Mntch  (lame  Jnannle  All My  Cont'd.  Vancouver  Clilldren  T  IfRhTTlinofy  Conl|d.   "Newa"  Fernwood Night  Odd Couple  Outer l.lmlU .  Funorama    -   (Hllluan'a  laland  My 3 ��on��  1 lxive tmcy^  ~A"ndy~ri'rlffiih  Oong  Show  Joker'a  Wild  On thftjluaee   jNe.wlyweA..iii.  Merv OrlMln  Cont'd,  BlIlFOraliain'  Cont'd.  Phil 7)11 vern  I.ate  Movie'  Cont'<L  l��arty (lame  Lively Woman  Oolng_l��laoB��  Bplderman  1'art,  Family  I'ollno  Woman  "Maude "  ,      r"  llappanlnR  Vancouver  _Cont'rt,   . 4SJwat''d..������ *��� .-^. �����w.���,  l.ovoi no, fihlilcy  fla��li"flonlon_  "ContU"  Cont'd.  Nporl*  1'aga  . . . .Y.'.'.'J.  :|:W;>m  ;w,.,^,|.|.i  Date Pad  Aufloal 25 -- "Stalking tho Intortldol Zono" Naturo program at Porpolno  Doy Camf)��lto, Inlormol discussion on.tho boach, Q pm,,  "Aiio'u*!"26"���"--���"'Tloolln'A Sliriokln" Talos about tho nlghtblrda, Naturo  program'at Porp'oUo Day Campalto, Bring a chair or blanket to camp-  lira at boach. ^ pm,  August 27 Looking a^Hlids, Nature program at Campsite, |o|'n Urry ol  changoliouso on boach, 9 am, >,  Soptombor 3 - Discussion of Aroa B ofllclal solllbmonl plan, Wolroma  (loach Hall, 2 pm.  Soplombor 11 ft 10 Hoadslort Pro-natal Clnssos oflorotl by Public Hoalth  Nurt.0, 7;30 lo 9;30 pm, Chatoloch School, womon up lo 6 months  pregnant wqlcomo, Being husbands, For'Info"A'prarofilvitflltnn, n"6-  2220,,ll'a Tro'ol  Soplombor 10     Socholt Scouts Pnronts Mooting, SI. Hllda'a Hall, 0 pm,  EVERY SATURDAY.���Oa you havo nxtia Irosh vogofablos, hamobakingor  prosorvatlvos that you would Ilka to Mill? Wo would llko to rontrlhuto  our outsldo area ovory Saturday, Ploaso talk In Nancy oi  Patsy at  t,l��:*-,;��.l.{*l;-.;i  "  ,fontangli, SQCholl,, 885-3QTI1,������  <-<���_  USt I HIS  ��� ��- Wt Wil, cAlt ������ *M91 i<��� ���r- -  v?f?,r?i,'y,'.mm',l?.'.m,'".Xi'.  tfWM'MW.  'i\$'M&WM$)Sl  \t',;.y,t\i,i',.,'',',t,i,,7,t.  ma i<u.,*,JJMiJ.  7;;ir'r,;,',;,;i,(;ii;..;.i,i,<,i.i.;,i|  ^!��i:lllllii|l  li^iJ'MAii'iViijii'iii'ii'WiiJ  �����-! ���  .-"; *��-*v#��y, ''.'v  ., .H^����&WfW..I��..*iS9��w^,jV.fln^?#i*.S����, . ��*  .��--' r ��� ��-*  .,:,..*<.���, ���.������...,-;.'  1,-^Wi.M)*!..-^  ^���'r^d^iTTtrr;'.^!*' * ~>i f .  s>-  ��  7E\ ,  v-���t-  )     i.  Page 0-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 23,1978  The Garden Corner  w  Bugs"  By Guy Symonds   -"������.I:  The subject of the "Comer" this week  is prompted by-a-couple of conversations  with readers and deal once more with  what are/Cfiiioquially known as "bugs".  One lsuiy referring to,a statement that  the trouble with poisons is that it kills ;  "good'.' bugs as well a/the "bad" ones,  wants to kndw4f_ these cannot be identified  in this dblumn.        ..      ^  It has to be admitted t! .afthis is beyond  the scope of the knowledge of this writer,  which is not surprising considering that  the science of entomology is a deep and  rather esoteric one. People who. are able to  speak with authority on these matters are  PhDs with years of concentrated study  behind them. So this lowly gardener must  simply go along with the knowledge that,  some insects chew up vegetables and  flowers while some don't. And like the ���  "evil" that lives after the men who do it,  the activities of the "bad" are horribly  apparent, while the "good" ones leave no  trace and the "Good are buried with their  bones" (with profuse apologies to William.  Shakespeare!).  Actually the distinction is of purely  academic interest, since as noted earlier  what kills the one will more than probably  kill the other. One can of course identify  bees of all kinds which do nothing but good  and wasps which are;~tBfless annoyed,  apparently benevolent. During this spring  it was noted that while there did not seem  to be many bees around, the ground and  ~ttie~air space-just^^ over~the-sUrface:was  alive with all kinds of crawling and flying  ---thing��.-Some---weEe..x)f..the^strangest���api..  pearance, but it is borne upon tHe observer  that the fertilizing of the peas, the broad  beans and other good things was done by  some agency and hot, obviously, by bees.  It was shocking to read recently an  advertisement describing the worm casts,  that "spoil" the lawn, urged the reader to  buy a product that was guaranteed to get  rid of them! Criminal stupidity can go no  further!  Then again, it was a surprise to learn,  that the earwig which- in this gardener's  lexicon ites always been regarded as One  of the more vicious of the crawling things,  and which has ralways been blamed for  perforating leavtes and petals, actually  preys ori beasties that do far more damage  to ttie garden!  The other lady, a most enthusiastic  flower gardener arid witii a flair for landscaping, is broken-hearted to see tier <  striking borders of nasturtiums that had  been a riot of blazing colour reduced to a  pathetic mess by hordes of black aphid.  arid the plant "dies". Meaning of course,  that the process is irreversible. What good  aphids are, except to supply milk to  ladybugs, is one of Nature's secrets. So  what we need apparently is more  ladybugs.  A word on the nicotine spray. It is very  concentrated with one teaspoonfuh needed  to a gallon of water. Soap should be added  to increase the wetting ability. Do not use  it on food crops just before harvesting and  in any case where it has been used, the  parts to be eaten should be very  thoroughly washed. It is also available in  the form of a dust. Its effectiveness is  beyond question, but frequent application  is necessary as the stuff is very volatile  and-the-warmer-thepweather the more  quickly it disappears.  But again, it1 cannot distinguish between "good" and "evil".  Weather report  Weather August 12-18       Low Hi Prec.  ��������������� :���t mnrr  August 12 14    21    nU  August 13....; .....12   22 trace  Augustl4 14    1'4    37.6  Augustl5 ..:.'.; .13   .20-12.3-  August 16 ....;;- .....;... .11 ,20    0.8  August 17 IV  21     1.3  Augustl8 ! 13.   14     7.4  Week's rainfall ��� 49.4 mm. August to  date ��� 684mm. 1978 to date ��� 75.37 cm.  August "12-18, 1977 ��� nil. August M8,  1977 - nil. Jan.-August 18,1978 - 51.80  Monday's steady rain chalked up** a  record for daytime hours 8 aoiMo 6 p.m.  in August with 33.5</mnk-~fije previous  record for that time period on Aug. 4,1962  was 31.0 mm. However, the overnight  rainfall in the 24-hour period left Monday's  total 1.5 mm less than the 1962 August 4  record of 39.1 mm. The only other August  day to top 25.4 mm (one inch) in 24 hours  was on August 26, 1968 with 27.2 mm   Monday's daytime temperature did  rise one degree Fahrenheit, but both 57  and 58 F are recorded as 14 C. While this  may be a record low high temperature for  an August 14 it is not for the month of'  August. In 1976, the temperature only  reached 56 F or 13 C on August 19.  California, Canada #1  -Seedless   Are you playing with  FIRE?  BE SAFE!  . Have your  chimney cleaned  NOW!  FOR ALL CHIMNEYS & OIL STOVES  LEE CHRISTIAN ��883-9171  ANYTIME  ~Tlfese~iittle beasts are of course  ubiquitous. They come in a variety of  cojours. The black kirid so far encountered  by this gardener seengs to like the broad  bean foliage. They have a fascinating  genetic history with winged generations  succeeding wingless ones and they  jnultiply-atA-rate that-bog^les the-mind"  Mostly they are wind blown and their  control is^difficult not only by the very fact  of their immense numbers, but' also  because they come from heaven knows  where, since many varieties of wild  growth are theiir hosts ,.._  On the roses and the rest bf the flower  garden, milady, who takes responsibility  for. its condition, has always been successful with using Black Leaf Forty, the'  nicotine spray widely used at one time.  This control is not all that pleasant, since it  kills by an evil smelling vapour which  responds quickly in wri-rm temperatures,  As we know the aphid lives by sucking the,  sap out of the plant and it is amazing how  quickly they can damage the growth. With  the foliage heavily injured, the process of  'feeding the root system ls brought to a halt  Christian Science  "Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace,  whose mind is stayed on thee: because ho  trusteth ln thee." (Is 26:3).  "Wo can prove that the fpllowlng words  of a hymn in the Christian Science Hymnal  No. 140, aro true. s  "If In our dally course, bur mind bo set  ,to hallow all we find ��� old friends, old  'scenes, will lovelier bo, As more of heaven  In each wo sec; ��� old fears aro past, old  sins forgiven, now thoughts of God reveal  our heaven,"      '  "The effectual fervent prayer of a  righteous man avnlloth much," (Jnmes  5:18)./      ������ " ��� ���  "The very desire to do what is good Is a  form of prayer." (Tho Christian Sclonco  Monitor.)  Mary Baker Eddy writes, "Working  nnd praying with true motives, your  Father will open tho way. 'Who did hinder  you, that you should not obey tho truth? ��� "  Science nnd Health with Key to tho  Scriptures, Pg. ^20),  Sunshine Coast Regional District  NOTICE OF  PUBLIC HEARING  ��� ��� '   : ;-���."'���'   "X.'SA*:*, ���"��� ���' ���'��� ���"���-.";'   ,  Land Use Regulation Amendment By-law No. 96.32  ��� Land Use Regulation Amendment By-law No. 96.35  Land Use Regulation Amendment By-law No. 96.38  "s. .'���'���'-.  '���--'���',' ���'?��������� '       ''  ��� ���  Pursuant to section 703 and 798 of the Municipal Act, a Public  Hearing will.be held to consider the following by-laws of the  Sunshine Coast Regional-District. AN persons who deem their interest in property affected by the proposed by-laws shall be afforded an opportunity to be heard on matters contained in the bylaws.   ; . .  . "������.'.'/  ��� ��# * vtit 1 ��-*��MWMW*r��i  L���SALE CONTINUES  \ ��� 'til Aug,  ' 77... 7 ' kl  "l  *?��� i*m ir-*-. * ���'  By-law'No. 96.32 will amend Land Use Regulation By-Jaw No.  96, 1974 by amending the definition; of "Lot or Parcel" Jo include,  strata lots created pursuant to the Bare. Land Strata Regulations. Bylaw No. 96*32 will also specify the provisions to b^containeid in,'  and the procedure for the issuance of, a development perrhit._  _^Dev^lopjriehjL^pi6rmits have^been-^recently^included^Wto   tie  . Municipal Act as an optional method of reguldfing.land use,    ;'  '���'   pp ,' ��� '. .... ��� Ai   .:���.'���'       '-, '   ���  By-law-No. 96.35 will amend the zoning map of Land Use  Relation By-law No. 96, 1974 by designating Lots 1 to 9, Block 1 of  Plan 3661 in D.L. 1557; part of Lot 3854; part "of D.L. 4683; D.L;  4684; D.L. 4685; D.L. 4686 and part of D.L, 4687 as an Industrial 3 -  13 land .use zone. This property Comprjspis approximately 107  hectares' (264 acres) and is located! immediately north of the  Porpoise Bay>rpyincial Park. The 13 zone permits the classification,  crushing, concentration, storage pt shipment of minerals found on  the site; a junkyard; a residence; domestic industry; civic use and  public service. ' ���  .    ' \  By-law No. 96,38 will amend the zoning map of Land Use  Regulation By-law No. 96, 1974 by designating approximately 20.8 -,  hectares (51,4 acres) within Dl. 1329 as a Residential 1 - Rl land  use zone. This property is east of Highway 101 In Selma Park and is  currently designated as a R2 zone, The use of land, buildings and  structures will be restricted to residence (excluding mobile homes'),  domestic Industry, civic use and public service,  , 'i p . ,  The Hearing will be held at the Regional District Office, 1248  Wharf Street, Sechelt, B.C., at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, September  6, 1978. v ���  Following the, Public Hearing, three other proponed by-laws  will be discussed: ���    -        ���,  Development Permit Application Feo By-law No. 105,1 will  establish the foes required to Issue a development permit.  Subdivision Regulation Amendment By-law No,  103.14 will  amend the subdivision zone map by designating Blocks G and H of  Plan 7041 In D.L.  1556 as 6 G subdivision zono. This proporty  comprises approxlmatoly 2.35 hectares (5,8 acros) arid is located  K   on Secholt Inlot Road. Tho average size of parcels createdwlthln a  ^G^pn.o.,.wnnot..bfi..lo88,than..0.5.,hoctaro..(-1.2-acro)-.and.thop minimum-*  parcel slzo Is 0,2 hectare (0.5 acro).  Subdivision Regulation Ambndmont ftv-ldw No, 103.15 will  amend tho subdivision zono map by designating Blocks 1 to 5 and  28 to 31 of Plan 3873 In D,L. 1592 as a L subdivision zono. This  proporty comprlsos approxlmatoly 17 hectaros (42 acres) and Is  locatod about 400 moires (1/4 mile) oast from Highway 101 on the  north side of Solma Park Road, Tho ayorago slzo of pafcels created  within a L zono cannot bo loss than 0,1 hectare (0.25 acro) and tho  minimum parcol slzo Is 200 square metres (2,153 sq, ft.).  Tho abovo Is a synopsis of By-law Nob, 96.32, 96.35, 96.38,  105.1, 103.Hand 103,15and Is not doomod to bo an Interpretation    ofMh��-by-'|qw��rT^W,"b7:|ffw8Tflay''Bo Inspoctod at tho Roglonal  District Office, 1240 Wharf Stroot, Socholt, B.C. during offlco hours,  namoly Monday to Wodnosday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Thursday  >:.���and...^day(:,8:3q..a.m;jo....5;45.;p:m;\l\; '^....X: 7*,.7. Z^ll  Sunsfilno Coast Roglonal District  P.O, Box 800  SqWqTCBXTVON 3A0"       '"  883-2261  August 23, 1978 SPT ;  Mrs. A.G. ProBsloy  AuQM\\Q7'\97f  ���'';.,���,���  I UlflA I Utd California, Canada #1             Ib. ��%j  Lt I  I U vt  B.C. Head, Canada #1    ..    ea. _Q$  GREEN   PEPPERS   Washington     lb. 39  Carnation Frozen   TATERGEMS  2 lbs.-....,   Realemon  LEMON JUICE  24 fl.oz.  "York Frozen  ORANGE JUICE,,��.  Nabob  TEA BAGS ns,  !29  Gold Seal ��<f 3(1  SOCKEYE SALMON 7 3/4o^r"  Niblets, Kornol  CORN 12 fi  oz.  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