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 ^-w-.y*^'���,*-^, .**���' >  Seivmg the Sunshine Coast   (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)   including Port Mellon', Hopkins Landing? Gronthams Landing   Gibsons   Roberts Creek.  Wilson Creek   Selmo Pork   Sgchett, HaHmoon Boy   Secret Cove   Pender Hrb ' Modeiro pork   Garden Bay   Irvine s Landing   Ecrls Cove   Egmont  _L>��" "  Ithofte    ���  885-3231  \~.Vidian-��{^^^_r label ���_   LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 17 - No. 24  *SsNA * ^Wednesday, May 30.1979  Pole cat  Sechelt higheNtensity hearing  more concerned about paving road  The paving of Marine Way received  some criticism and the purpose of a public  hearing was all but lost last Wednesday  evening at the Senior Citizen's Hall.  - -AbouHOpersor^^ sg^ 'rairHawlteirthousM^  was a demand for this housing since he has-  noticed many homes for sale in the area.  Aid. Morgan Thompson said it was not  council's concern.  the remainder of Block 10, Lot 18 to the  higher density Residential 3.  The concern, expressed in the 3&���  minute hearing was not with the aspect of  higher density, but whether Norm Watson  and the owners of the remaining lots along  Marine Way would pave the road properly.  Norm-Watson, the applicant for the  rezoning, assured the audience paving, of  the road will take place "within 10 days"  and that the other owners are required to  pave their part of the road because they  are subdividing.  Originally, the remainder of Block 10,  Lot 18, was supposed to be included in an  earlier rezoning public hearing, but was  omitted "through  the market be��said and the units could  appeal to three groups; young couples,  small families, or empty nesters.  "My feeling is it will be_ empty  "helit^V'lrVat-sbri'atfdr Thn)ugh"the"sfiFaSr  title concept, the area will be a "village  and their logic behind it." , /; wMita a village" including all     the  TherewasnoanswertoKayLemieux,s*"ainen^*ies*   .  question'of the consequences if'"Watson.1    Asked if limiting sales to empty-nesters  sells "midstream" and the buyer decides \ could be considered discrimination,  to go maximum density. Watson said, "You can have anything you  Chairman of Sechelt Ratepayers' . want ta the ***** mie"  Association Chuck Dowman said a survey [     "If you don't like it you don't have to  taken at the door showed three persons - buy. I don't think it will be much of a  approved the  rezoning, - one- was- in---problem."  an error on the"  advertising the area for~r��3oh-hg.  map  different, one approved if the road  paved properly and 22 were against the  rezoning.  The best use for the land Js multi-family  dwellings, Nelson said, becatise it is "too  difficult to chop into one-family lots."  ��� The -community���plan-states- higher  -density is the ^proper use for that land,"  ^d7thB^iltageT>li-nnenBgre^  Watson later said he was "quite  satisfied" with the hearing and the  discussion over the paving of Marina Way  has "run its course."  He is "not in the slightest bit of a  hurry" to start building many units, he  said.  "I don't want to be in the rental  business."  By building in phases, he will be testing  Because of the topography, he said he  does not think the area is a suitable place  to raise small children.  Skelly sweeps  H^ll by poll results^  When the totals were in for the Comox-Powell River riding after last week's  federal election it was a clear sweep for NDP candidate Ray Skelly with 22,178 votes,  well above ConservativeAl Lazerte's 17,538. Incumbent Liberal MP Jack Pearsall  chalked up lessJhan half of Skelly's total with 9,915 votes and Communist Sy_  Pederaongot313.    _    .      _  On the Sunshine Coast it was 3^016 votes for Skelly followed by 2,662 for Lazerte,  1,419 for Pearsall, and 27 for Pederson.  Poll by poll results were: '  NDP    PC       LJB COMM  Egmont   67 46 25 0  PenderHarbour 92 69 62 2  Francis Peninsula 125 78 69 0  SllverSands 44 34 24 0  HalfmoonBay 147 125 ��� 76 0  Wakefield 92 88 63 1   ��� -75T���100 58 0"  Sechelt (Centre) __^.___.-_.J..___. .__.__63_ _71 31 0  (Ext. Care); ~ 77:777.7.77. ~ 7 7.7......;4 2 5 0  (East)  94 58 50 0  W.PorpoiseBay 33 11 10 0  E.PorpoiseBay 89 52 38 0  Ti_nciimBay-T:T::rrnT--:rnTr.'.77. :.t.:t:;.: :?";55~~3i 14��� o  -  Selma Park���.....- ....���..-.-���-.;.-.-:.. v. 77.102 -87 45- ���2  Wilson Creek (West) 123 139 74 1  Wilson Creek(East) 114 HI 48 1  Roberts Cr. (West)  Ill 54 -41 2  (East)  73 32 27 0  (Cent) 213 125 "91 1  Gibsons (Heights) .493 311 212 2  (Village).... 103 70 "    37 1  (Centre)  90 26 14 4  (South) .' ' 116 59 56 0  Granthams Landing 96 59 59 1  SoamesPoint 97 31 31 5  Hopkins Landing 119 81 70 0  PortMellon   .63 16 12 0  Gambierlsland 11 5 9 0  By SUSAN ELEK  ' The next concert in tbe series Countryside Concerts this Sunday, June 3 at 2  p.m. in Elphinstone School will be a  journey into the 14th, 15th, 16th, and 17th  Watson said he would be building in  phases, the first phase to include two  buildings of four units each.  He said the rezoning could not be  considered even medium density, since he  plans to construct five to six units per acre  on 17 acres.  "I think it will look nice," Mayor  Harold Nelson said.  "Their intentions are good."  Nelson said there would be as much  "open space" as found oa the 7,500 sq. ft.  lots for single family dwellings.  Ron Slack asked council whether there  Egmont Day next  ;    Sunshine    ,Coast     con_munities?  -Celebrations1 -coiittyue and'June fc\&  f-3jsridnt's turn as if celebrates Egmont  Hay.   ' -.        V.  7   The fun starts at 9:30 a.m. with the        Members of the Sechelt Indian Band    planning for the land was discussed five or  'Shildren's fishing derfcy and .continues    weretomeetMonday in the hope of giving    six yeafs ago with our Neighbours. They  ithrou^j the'dajr with ^ts,aUU30 a,ttj-; : a mandate to the. Band CoigiciLto 'issue,aj %p had' the same concerns. i ���  pgrmit-to regional district water W<nli-s|o^--  * "Someofthe positive benefits our Band  go "ahead with a 14-inch water i^ia^-PJaJnother than "good stwid-lng".tija^  music (Hortulani Musicae)  in next of Countryside Concerts  i  Band meets to vote  centuries known as the Rennaisance and  Baroque periods of music history. This  style of music has been its own Rennaisance (rebirth) in the last decade,  probably because of the wide appeal of its  inherent simplicity and purity. The other  attraction of this type of music is the instruments themselves which are unique  and belong solely to this era,of musjc. The  three main ones represented in this concert will be the recorder, the lute, and  viola da gamba (bass viol).  We are very fortunate to have with us in  this concert three of the most sought after  performers of early music in Vancouver-  Ray Nurse on lute, Peter Hannan on  recorder and Nan Mickie on viol. Ray is a  founding member of the "Horulani  Musicae" group and studied lute with  Eugen Muller-Dombois at the Sehola  Cantorum Basilieusis, and is also a  renowriedlute builder. He is a professional  singer, performing regularity with the  Vancouver Chamber Choir and various  Western Canada opera companies. He will  play the lute, recorder and viol in this  concert.  Peter Hannan studied at UBC and the  Guildhall School of Music and Drama in  ���See Page A-3  ��&  *".5*���  iaf-_es��;jjames and refrelji-tt^;^.'.;  __���_.'__-S'_i<-,^?n~'__:-' _    'm'**KLl��    ��,���;."-..  Water Safety Week  '4   G.b&dns Mayor Lome''Blain >has  ^proclaimed next week, June5-9, Red Cross  \Water Safety Week in the village. /  T*}n. lus message, the mayor says acuities1 in and around the water are a  major jpart of the recreation enjoyment of  local' residents.  He states the village is in strong support of th#Red Cross Water .Safety Service  in prevention of drownings and promotion  of health and physical fitness.  THE ONLY logger to climb the polo  at Sccholt's Timber Daya was Ron  Perreault but we could be in for a  treat In late August when a top-  cflinnrOTBggvnr~*p5rts" event is  planned tor me toeaen near the  Wakefield Inn with the best local and  visiting talent expected. Timber Days  results and pictures Inside, Section C.  Doris Fuller, a librarian at Gibsons  Elementary, was re-elected president of  the Sunshine Coast Teachers' Association  Wednesday.  Also elected at the annual general  meeting, held at Sechelt Elementary,  were: Ron Breadner, Pender Harbour  Secondary/vice-president; Bob Graham,  Elphinstone Secondary, treasurer; Joan  Robb, Langdale Elementary, geographic  representative; Shelley Petrunla,  Chatelech Junior Secondary, Status of  Women representative; Fran Jovick,  Chatelech and Rick Peacosh, Pender  Harbour, learning conditions committee;  Ken Rogeral ElRhlnstone, Barry Krangle,  Cedar Grove Elementary and Murrle  Redman, Chatelech, professional  development committee; and June  Bernauer, Chatelech and Vern Giesbrecht,  Elphinstone, public relations committee.  A secretary and socials committee will  be appointed by tbe new executive, which  takes office July 1.  FRANK FULLER RETIRING  Tho annual meeting included a tribute  by Geoff Madoc-Jones to Elphinstone  social studies teacher Frank Fuller, who Is  retiring this year after 11 years in the  district.  Madoc-Jones said the SCTA will be a  quieter, less interesting and less effective  organization without tho presence of  fuller, who has filled numerous positions,.  including geographic representative and *  president, during his involvement with the  teachers' association. Fuller has also been  active in the BC Teachers' Federation and  resigned recently as president of the  provincial Labor History Association.  Killam pays $280  for discrimination  Hayden Killam and Sechelt Building  Supplies have been ordered to pay |280 In  lnat warffff am. ���Hylgart nflt ** Ai__nfim_\l��_.k_.  wspm^ w ���"���* '^p 'suss*, '^^^^^nv ^���w^i^^wiptw ~~w^~~w~~m~^Bi^gn^~~n~r  The Provincial Board of Inquiry made  the ruling in favor of Kathy Grafe of  Sechelt who was refused summer em*  ploymont in April, \m,  .  through the Utility Corridor'across the  Porpoise Bay Reserve to improve water  supply to Sechelt and West; Sechelt.  The BaiM administration, had. earlier  expressed to*members that they were left  in a "difficult position" after a .meeting  May 14 in regard to the Corridor. It explained why the timing is "crucial" for the  Bandvto meet frgain.  "As a Band, through your Band Council  and Bawl Manager, we have had a very  good relationship in the last five or six  years in regards to good planning for all  the lands ih'bur area with our neighbors  the Sechelt Municipality and the Sunshine  Coast Regional District. . There were  meetings held between the three bodies  about the Public Utilities using up most of  our land through the isthmus. Thai is the  narrow strip of land from Porpoise Bay to  Trail Bay. This strip of land is so narrow,  that if all the Public Utilities were to  establish their required width for their  right-of-ways, there will be hardly any  land left for residential, commercial or  industrial purposes. This is the reason  -See Page A-3  New features  As readers'tnay have noticed, the  Times has begun two new features for  your enjoyment a -weekly editorial page  cartoon by Bob Bierman and, a crossword  by Jo Melnyk of Sechelt.    ,  Jo's puzzle is not the.kind that comes in  the mail, but is personaaly made up each  week and has some dues basftjl on local  events and people. We think they are as  challenging as most in larger papers and  hope you will sharpen your pencil and try  them.  Readers will remember Bierman as the  cartoonist whose biting satire in a cartoon  got him a lawsuit from former Human  Resources Minister Bill Vander Zalm for  depicting him pulling the wings off flies.  Though Bierman has been convicted and  appealed on the defamation charges, he'  has not, and we're grateful, put away his  pen.  Grass roots involved  on Aboriginal Rights  Action at the "community level" and  "grass roots" of Indian life Instead of  "huge bureaucracies at the provincial  level" Is a main goal of the Aboriginal  Council of BC, according to Sechelt Band  officials.  The proposal, structure and principals  of the Council were outlined and passed at  a recent meeting In Prince Rupert attended by councillors Stan Joe and Anne  Quinn and former band manager Clarence  .. Joe, Sr. .���.-:... .' .-,"������-. .��....,,,..,>,.-....,....  "It was said by many speakers and  delegates from the bands it is the best  thing to come along In a long time to involve people at the band level," Stan Joe  said on his return to Sechelt.  "The words grass roots kept coming up  time and time again."  Joe said there was much discussion  before it was decided to pass the proposal  that the Council be registered as a legal  Society in order to insure proper accounting and control of funds.  The statement discussed at the  meetings said the struggle for recognition  and fair resolution of the aboriginal Rights  ���See Page A-��  A GOOD PERCH on top of the trap  was required when conservation  officer Jamie Stephen let hla unwonted guest loose back In the wilds  Thursday after picking him up In Port  Mellon. Photographer Jud Wlckwlra  of Halfmoon Bay was along and  caught the action up Doyle's logging  road.  Pro cyclists here on weekend for the  first annual Gibsons Grand Prix race  Gibsons is bringing International  professional bicycle racers to town In the  first annual Gibsons Grand Prix this  weekend.  The event Is highlighted by the 66 km  (53 mile) Road Race starting at 0;.% a.m.  Sunday. The pro cyclists leave the Sunnycrest Mill start, go along Highway 101,  lower, Roberta Ctwk Road, up fflume  Road to Highway 101 again and back down  toward Gibsons. They turn along Pratt  hi\\M^ f^^  to the Sunnycrest finish. This circuit ls to  be completed three times by the riders for  a $300 first prise.   .  MolBona Brewery and Gibsons and  District Chamber of Commerce are co-  sponsoring tho big gathering which gets  under way Saturday evening at 0:30 with a  Circuit Race using Highway 101, Parte  Road, Reed Road, and North Road. In this  race, the last two riders on each lap are  eliminated until a winner ta left  Trophies will be awarded In these  events as well as prizes In the lions Club-  sponsored Chlldrens Races at 10:30 a.m.  Sunday at the Mall parking lot. Age  grMfMiifl IMs went we4and un4er�� fU>$,  Local amateur cyclists are Invited to  Join in at Noon Sunday for one lap of the  iltyad Race circuit with trophy and prise  presentations slated to begin at Noon near  J  the Molsons promotion wagon In the  parking lot.  Chamber secretary Pamela Ryan, In  charge of the Grand Prix, is busy this  week putting up route posters and  residents along any of the ahoye m*n-  tioned routes are asked to be aware of the  riders during the race as they reach  speeds up to 40 mph or more.  ; The meet is sanctioned by the Bicycle  Association of BC who ara in aupport of  ho)dlng It eyjpry y^sr in future.  But at this time, CBer's with radio units  and people to act as route marshals  controlling traffic during the Road Race  are still urgently needed to make this first  Grand Prix a big, and safe, success.  Other events are planned for the race  weekend as well. A Gibsons Grand Prix  Dance at the Legion Hall begins at 8:30  p.m.' Saturday and will feature Wally's  Disco and door prizes. Tickets are  available at T.J. Sound, Richards Mens  Wear, and Cactus Flower in the Gibsons  Mail.  Commodore  Ian  Morrow's  Navy  League Cadets and Boy Scouts will hold a  Pwbcmw preasww oww>y fwfswsttwwtt ~  ��� hot-dog stand at the Mall during the day.  Pro riders from clubs near and far are  expected here. Winner of the Road Race  will get the Chamber of Commerce' perpetual trophy for best time.  1 .' v ������**>?''���  -Ht���rrrr  PageA^  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May 30,1979  Let's make it Grand  A person having her share of ups  and downs, mostly clowns these days,  7ls~Gibsons-Chamber~of- Commerce-  secretary, Pamela Ryan who took on  the job of organizing the Gibsons1  ���fil-ftB-LJ-__-{_L-J^^  ���.weekend.     She mentioned to us the other day  a few of the problems she has had  with people not coming through on  their commitments to help. That was  one problem. There were others we  won't mention.  But in spite of the nerve-wracking  . few weeks, she is bearing up and we  ought to get behind her for what could  become another drawing card for  Gibsons.        ;  It occurred to us, with the number  of events that happen on the Sunshine  Coast in summer, th&t adding this one  couldbethe straw that breaks the  camel's back. The one that made it  one too many. ~  But that is probably only because  it is our job to try qnd report on  everything that happens and it almost  gets at times as if two people are  trying to be three places at once to  coyer it all. But that's our job and our  problem���we'll just do our best.  We know that others have their  jobs too and that even without having  to be there as a job, one can spread  oneself too thin by over participation.  But what we wonder about  nonetheless is, if this big race is a  good thing for business and a good  tiling for community and was a  Chamber of Commerce-inspired idea,  why it's not generating lots of interest. One would think that with the  healthy membership the Gibsons  Chamber has there would be no  -problem-getting-support in-the form_  of volunteer help. People are in the  Chamber because they want Jo see  tiiihgs donei that are good for business  _and good for the _area._i_._J 77-7  But according to Pamela and these  are our words, nobody really seemed  to care if it happened or not. She was  left, and our words again, 'to practically do it on her own.  But there is still time to pitch in.  The.Road Race circuit has been  looked at by the Bicycle Association  of BC and they say it is one of the best,  if not the best, on the West Coast. That  in itself should get people going on it.  It's another Sunshine Coast, Gibsons  area, bonus. One more enviable thing  we have here.  But the best of circuits isn't worth  _much"_if tfiere aren'troad marshalls  to control traffic and if the town-  HEADER'S RIGHT  Thanks for a  helping hand  Editor, The Times:  My husband and, I wish to thank  publicly all those who so quickly lent a  helping hand last Monday when fire  threatened our cabin at North Lake. _  Residents and. campers, around .the .lake _  converged on our point and formed bucket  brigades to quell the fire. Four young  people who saw the smoke as they drove  by also stopped and came in to help! It is  wonderful to know that there are so many  considerate, people around when we so  often hear only of the other type.  Since most of the people left too soon for  us to talk with them, we should like to ask  yoae^^fr-fufeod _shoes__ o_F-gteth-n|  phone us or call in so that we can compensate them.  We thank especially Mr. Kodak and his  two- sons whostayed-on _after_thef lames  were outso that_they_cpuld_help_ m_putting  out the^ smoldering stumps and roots and  Mr. Northrup, the Forest Ranger from  Madeira Park, who-came to see that all was  well and went back to check on Wednesday. Even though he said that it was  part of his job, we hated to have had to  call him on a holiday.  Sincerely,  Mrs. Beatrice Rankin  SMT bus line owner explains the fare hike  speople aren't aware that there is a  pretty big thing happening in their  neighborhood Sunday.  The news of the race is oh the front  page. We are using this space to ask  ypu to get out and support this event  by participation for a few hours. You  won't have a bad time. If pro-bicycle  racing is enough to get most of  Europe excited, you can bet you will  enjoy it as well.  We can make this something  worthwhile. But you are needed. And  CBers are needed very badly to help  make this race come off safely.  Join in. Give Pamela a call at 885-  2691 and tell her you'll help make this  race what it should be���a Grand Prix  and not a bad memory.  ithout "the slightest twinge of guilt"  A line line  Politicians glitter as  pensioners eat dog food  ��� by Bruce Robinson  7 Several people have asked me why I  never write political pieces, and my stock  answer is that the world of truth-  stretching and image-making and games-  playing just doesn't appeal to me. In fact,  the realm of political expedience, its  subtleties growning increasingly  sophisticated as victory ahd defeat depend  more and more on media impact, infuriates me.  A screen of deceit is woven into place  separating us from the politicians, obscuring significant issues and subverting  their discussion with more "topical" fare.  Name-calling, mud-slinging, and personality-pandering take precedence over  serious questions. The serious questions, if  they are not somehow raised in a manner  which attracts more than surface attention, are never properly addressed.  Since the Kennedy-Nixon debates in  I960, marketing and media have become  more indispensable to politics than have  solutions to problems. Kennedy, we are  told, won largely because people liked his  appearance and his manner. He did not  necessarily win because people like what  he said better than what Nixon said.  Rather, the superficialities determined  defeat and victory; Nixon's jowls and his  five o'clock shadow may well have  discouraged more people from voting for  him than did his actual platform.  Books such as "The Marketing of a  President;" and movies like "The Candidate," provide Insights into what really  matters to the politicians and the people  who work with them. Too often, politicians  are obsessed by political reaction to  measures they take rather than being  concerned about the actual good of those  actions. Consequently, the most practical  approach to a particular problem ls  discarded In favour of a more expedient  stance.  The media's use of advertising has  contributed to the problem ot "cosmetic  politics" by promoting an unreal world of  beautiful people. This Influences the  voting public who have been bombarded  by the commercial message that nobody ls  complete without tho right look. Not only  do peoplo aspire to bo beautiful, but they  begin to confuse appearance with competence. Tho politicians In turn cater to  this naivety, and suddenly Abe Lincoln  wart-on-your face candidates are no  longer viable. To the same degree that  they face extlnctloA, the handsome,  flashing candidates flourish. The glitter  and tho polish beat sincerity's brains in  every time out. Ultimately, of course, It ls  wo who Buffer.  '~*~"���And'*'ttero,4s*a'"furtliW'"'CieiBplils?alleii-  aristag from Uw advertising world which  overflows Into the political sphere. Not  only has beautiful been over-sold, but so  has quantity. To be beautiful, they say, is  great, to possess beautiful things equally  attractive, but to wallow in wealth and  affluence, to consume and revel in that  consumption is the ultimate luxury/  Corispidous consumption is heralded as a  goal worthy of all North Americans, instead of being exposed for the hedonism it  represents. We have become a nation of  users, of consumers, and of producers.  Only bigger and better will satisfy us.  As a result of all this exploitation, both  of people and of resources, politicians  promise the same. They promise to find  new ways to increase production, to milk  the land and reap its riches. In their  urgency to create more and more, they  forget that too soon we will have less and  less.  It appears there is a basic principle  which is becoming dangerously archaic,  that of self-restraint. I am not condoning a  reaffirmation of the Puritan work ethic,  nor am I suggesting we return to a life of  self denial. The key to exercising restraint  is discipline. Inordinate, heaping amounts  of anything tend to warp our perspective.  Over-indulgence could never be  favourably compared with balance, and in  a time when frugality and sacrifice should  be championed, only rarely do politicians  discuss the limiting or reducing of consumption. That view, ypu see, would not be  popular.  So yes, I am cynical about politics and  polltlcans, and I am apprehensive about  decisions rendered; and measures taken  without the long-range effects of such  practices first considered. I am also  troubled by the Impotence of those whose  voice desperately needs to be heard.  Our environment Is plundered, our  elderly are forgotten ���.trapped by Inflexible legislation, and our working  people are subjected to unjust tax laws  which still favour and apparently always  will, those rich enough to hire the right  lawyer to find the right loop-hole. Too  Infrequently, are those making the  decisions Intimate with or sympathetic to  the problems which exist outside of the  '"���'UmeHgMr* "*���"������- -���'- ������" ' - -  Remember, It ls wo the people and not  just the politicians who aire supposed to  benefit from democratic government. For  his federal election campaign, Pierre  Trudeau or somebody In his camp, decided  that national unity was the number one  Issue in the country. There aro pensioners  in Canada eating dog-food who might  '"disagree."-       ��� ���--���-  Editor, The Times:  Thank you for this opportunity to  respond to the article published in your  May 23 edition concerning a recent application by my Company, S.M.T. Coach,  lines Ltd., to increase passenger fares by  7 percent.  Our application, dated May 4,1979, was  made in strict accordance with the  requirements of the Motor Carrier Act.  Public notices were posted, as required, in  all of our depots and agencies between  May 4 and 8 allowing any member of tte  public, S.M.T. patron or not, up to two  weeks to oppose same.  Although not required by the Motor  Carrier Act, we also. placed advertisements in various newspapers, in  Powell River, Sechelt, Gibsons, and  Squamish, in order to give greater exposure to our passengers of our intentions.  Some of our ads did not reach the papers in  time for their May 8 editions and had to be  published the following week. The insinuation by Miss deLange that our actions  were a deliberate "over-riding of the individual's right to protest" is not only  slanderous, it's asinine.  Furthermore, our proposed 7 percent  increase comes after three long years of  voluntarily holding our prices level in the  face of an annual inflation rate that has  been averaging 9 percent a year. If  common sense prevails, anyone should be  able to see that a 15 cent increase on a  Gibsons-Vancouver ticket or a 25 cent  increase on a Sechelt-Vancouver ticket is  hardly what could be termed unreasonable \  after three years. However, Miss deLange,  conveniently avoids mentioning the  nominal amount of our proposed increase.  Rather, it dwells in the article on what  Miss deLange feels to be a deterioration of  our service, pointing out that we have  discontinued certain scheduled runs in the  past two years. Quite simply, these runs  were cut because virtually no one rode  them. In any event, we did not make these  cuts without first applying for and  receiving the consent of the Motor Carrier  Commission, who were satisfied that there  was no hardship forced upon the public by ���  our not running empty buses down the  highway.  Miss deLange has even criticized our  new office in Sechelt. When our lease  expired last December, we relocated our  bus maintenance In Vancouver, and our  freight office to what we felt was the most  suitable spot available near the downtown  Sechelt area. Our business hours have  been set up to satisfy our freight  requirements as well as to provide a  central passenger stop when buses pass  through Sechelt, rather than to continue a  legacy where the Sechelt Bus Depot was  the local meeting hall and only public  toilet.  The charge made that special con-  Moto-Cross  Editor, The Times:  I would like to thank the people who  helped make this event a success���Len  Van Egmond for the use of his land, Ron  Robinson for the uso of his tractor, Butch  Erickson for operating the tractor, Tom  Gory and his firemen for watering down  the track, the ambulance crew and Mrs.  Dan Gory for their presence, Dale Maedel  for hla help rooting out stumps, and all the  neighbours for putting up with us.  I would llko to also thank the competitors for putting on such a good show  and tho spectators who took tho time to  voice their enthusiasm. Thank you all.  Dennis Gray and the gang at Coast Cycle.  sideration is not being given to senior  citizens or the handicaaped is simply an  irresponsible statement. Due to special  rate reductions Monday thru Thursday,  senior citizens can now purchase a return  ticket between Sechelt and Vancouver for  less than what it cost five years ago. As  well, it is our policy that handicapped  passengers that have to travel with an  attendent only have to pay for a/single  ticket,, thereby receiving a 50 percent  discount.  ^These are all^ facts, not misleading  insinuations? But perhaps the real problem-  behind the statements previously made-by  Miss deLange and her supporters is that  they are unaware of who actually owns  . S.M.T. Coach Lines Ltd. It is privately  owned by D. ft. Hemsworth of 1375 Vernon  Drive, Vancouver, B.C., and not the  Government. On the other hand, Pacific  Stage Lines was a government owned bus  company that operated in this Province  until just recently, and during the 1977  fiscal year it recorded an operating loss-of  $8 Million. That loss was covered by  taxpayers' funds, in the form of a subsidy.  If S.M.T. Coach Lines Ltd. were to receive  a subsidy, I am sure that we could pass  along'additidnal'considerations-to -pensioners and the handicapped.  However, I happen to own S.M.T.  Coach Lines Ltd. in order to derive an  income from investment rather than to  obtain votes. Accordingly, I do not feel the  slightest twinge of guilt in asking for a 7  percent fare increase after three years.  But if Miss deLange and her supporters  think that the Government can operate the  service better, they should feel free to ask  their local MLA toinsist that the Government purchase my Company and give  away free bus rides to all. While I could  hazard a guess as to what their answer  would be, I am sure that it would apply  -only to-those of- us-who-wear-hats.���   yours sincerely,  D. R. Hemsworth.  Reflections  After the applause fades  IP:  1  1  . By., Vern Giesbcecbt J  ���  Halfmoon boats help firemen  BdHor, ^T��e TtmesT -���*�����������������~���~�����������-  Mr. Martin Koch, Mr. Lelf MJanea and Mr.  Jim Nygard for their cooperation in  transporting our firefighters to the Island  near Brooks Cove In their boats.  ,,,The brush ftro ^k��ir^'Bmimy M*  ternoon May tt and waaaoon extinguished  with Floto pumps. ,  The help of the kind neighbors la  greatly appreciated.  *��� Dave Reid,  Many of us, when we were younger and  more impressionable, revered  professional athletes and movie stairs as  larger-than-life figures who were blessed  with uncommon portions of good fortune.  Talented, handsome, exciting, they  basked in the applause of multitudes and  gladdened the hearts of the adoring public  with a mere autograph, a smile or a wave,  or ��� wonder of wonders ��� a personal  word or touch. Surely their personal lives  were as Idyllic as their public images,  untouched by the mundane and  sometimes grim realities we faced.  Of course, we eventually learned the  truth. Relentless prying by reporters of  every ilk, shamless half-baked exposes by  a slew of trashy magazines and a parade  of behind-the-scenes memoirs by athletes  and actors from Jim Bouton to Errol  Flynn have tarnished the glamorous  image we once thought to be accurate.  Yet illusions die hard, so when I heard  about Roger Kahn's book "The Boys of  Summer" a few years ago, I refused to  read It, though I was greatly intrigued.  The Brooklyn Dodgers of the 1950s .���  Duke, Campy, Pee Wee, Ersldne, Hodges  and the rest ��� were my boyhood heroes,  and there was no way I wanted my  romantic notions of them disturbed.  I finally gave in and read the book this  month, and I'm glad I did. Sure, it was sad  to learn that the fortunes of many of the  old Dodgers had dwindled but, as Kahn  points out, the crosses they bore (Erskin  with his mongoloid son, Campenella  helpless in a wheelchair, cuckolded by his  wife, Gem Lablne with his legless son who  was wounded In Vietnam), were no  heavier or lighter than those borne by a  cross-section of citizens who had never  been in the limelight.  ,  The format of the book Is simple. Kahn,  who grew up within earshot of Ebbeta  Field and dreamed of being a first  basemen, recalls the Dodgers as they were  when he covered their exploits day by day  for the New York Herald-Tribune, then  Interviews them about 15 years later.  All of the players "Kahn visits  remember their baseball days, of course,  some with more fondness than others, but  few lament that those days are over. Carl  Furlllo, for example, is better about the  way his career ended, In lawsuits and  frustration. Blessed with a rifle-like arm  and uncanny skill at playing balls that  caromed off the right-field wall, FuriUo  patrolled the outfield like "an indomitable  centurion," recalls Kahn. Now he wears  a hard hat and Installs elevators In  "Manhattan."- - ��� ; -- - ���-   Often It's tho author, not the former  ballplayer, who regrets the passage of  years that have dimmed the memories of  wondrous exploits. Visiting Billy Cox, the  SIICs.*fleldlng third basemwi, at hls^twf*toi  by what he sees:  "No one present, I thought, except myself, witnessing this 2 a.m. talk of  niggers, the ugly woman clouting the  I  *  sodden man, could have realized that this  broad-shouldered, horse-faced fellow  tapping billiard balls, missing half a finger  on one hand, sad-eyed, among people who  would never be more than strangers, was  the most glorious glove on the most  glorious team that ever played baseball in  the sunlight of Brooklyn."  Several of the former Dodgers take  Kahn on nostalgic visits of their boyhood  communities, pointing out the fields they  played in, dreaming, hoping, but never  really believing they'd play in the major  leagues one day.  Preacher Roe, the lanky lefthander  from the Ozairks who once compiled a 4441  record over three seasons, tells Kahn  about playing ball in Viola, Arkansas:  ^'We'd go to a ball field and all the  people from two towns would be there and  we'd have two baseballs which cost a  dollar eacl), lot of money in Arkansas then  ... Whena'taail got hit, no matter how far  out into the bft&hes, play stopped until you  found it. If botWas the bushes, you'd have  the whole population of two towns, Viola  and Calico Rock, a-trampln' around  looking/ Afterwards you passed the hat  and if you was lucky you took in two  dollars, for new baseballs."  Later, contemplating the now  overgrown field, Roe tells the author why  no one plays ball there anymore.vWe got  all these new roads. And tourist business.  People are eating better. But the young  fellers, fstcda workin' on pitching, drive  over to Memphis, In three hours, and  spend time listening to rock music. They  TELL me it's good for the region, but look  at that field. (The pale-green sage  shivered in the wind). "Same thing in  these woods as where Ebbeta Field was in  Brooklyn. There'll never be a ball game  here again,"  ; Just as he commanded the attention of  fans and rivals ��� many of whom hated  ihlm passionately ��� when he played  second baso and outfield for tho Dodgers,  Jackie Robinson dominates "The Boys of  Summer". Kahn depicts the terrible Indignities Robinson faced as tho first black  player in tho majors, the mixed feelings of  hla teammates, his marvelous, Intimidating skills, especially on the  basepaths, and finally, his sorrowful last  years.  Tho Boys of Summer is drink and meat  to a devoted Dodger fan but should also bo  enjoyed by anyone who's Interested In  what tho vagaries of life do to peoplo. It's  corny and sentimental at places, but  rarely maudlin, and, despite its portrayal  of hoartbroak and sadness, encouraging  too, because for the most part the "boys of  summer" havo met the challenges of time  with courage and honor.  Another bo6k that looks at what hap-  ixmi^aftertlwin^plaiisff fades, Haywtw, by  Brooke Hayward, io en unsparing portrait  of a family that seemed to havo everything  but was loft finally, with two confused  survivors. Brooke and her "weird"  brother Bill, groping for answers and  something to keep them going.  Brooke Hayward should-have been a  child of fortune. Her mother was Margaret  Sullavan, an acclaimed Broadway and  movie actress of the 40s and 50s. ("In  every way she was^fihfque, in talent, in  looks, in character, in temperament," said  iae1��rrHenrj*rFonda, her "first husband.)  Her *fatherp-L"eland' Hayward, "the  Toscanini of the telephone," was a  supremely talented agent who helped  make Garbo, Hemingway and Garland  wealthy. Brooke, her younger sister  Bridget and her brother Bill were bright  and talented and wealthy, yet the happiness that should have followed, didn't.  Trying hard to be perfect mother but  torn between her career and her family,  Margaret Sullivan failed to find lasting  love.in four marriages and finally, guilt-  ridden over having failed her children and  herself, she committed suicide. Leland,  whom Katherine Hepburn called "the  most wonderful man in the world',', doted  on his children in their own way burhelped  thwart family stability through five  marriages and an almost obsessive  dedication to his career.  Bridget, a beautiful, pale, private girl,  disguised her epilepsy from her family for  years and always kept a part of herself  ��� See Page A-8  Health thanks  Editor, The Times:  We would like to express our appreciation for allowing notices for  prenatal classes and Immunization clinics  to appear in your paper free of charge.  This has aided tremendously in enabling  the community to become aware of these  health services.  Thank you.  Yoijrs sincerely,  Diane Hart,  Public Health Nurse.  The PENiNSULA^yfewe-V  ���  Published Wednesdays al Sechell  oh n.C.\ Sunshine Const  by  Tlie Peninsula Times  lor Westpres Publications Ltd. ���  at Sechelt, B.C.  Box .110 ��� Sucliull, H.C.  VON 3A0.  IMionu8KS-J2.ll  Office hours':,8:.TOa;iii.  to 5 p.m. Tncs.-Sttl,  Subscription l.atesi (In advitnee)  Local, $7 per year. Beyond .15 miles, $H  U.S.A., MO. Overseas SI I.  Conlribuhirs:  Div. 7, Sechelt l.lemenliiry  Robert I'oxall  Vurn Gleslmwhl  Dennis Uray  Maurice Hemstreet  Murrlu Kcdnwm  Bruce Itohinson   .,,. Uuyi.yuu.uUk  ,     Marlon Alsager  Pl'KKy Connor  Doris Ldwardson  Mary Tlnkley.Shaniion MORE ABOUT ....  ���Utility Corridor  ^ From Page A-I. -���/.../.  we have with our neighbours,' is ihe  present right-of-way withB C Hydro is in a  form of an easement agreement  negotiated by Indian Affairs and that  agreement is held in perpetuity. Which  meansforever. We as "a Band will never  -_-have-any_us___i_>Lto_L-_te^  this present agreement..  "If Our Band was to vote in favour of  the Utility Corridor, Our Band will gain 25  acres adjacent to our' east boundary,  which is valued at approximately $100,000,  which is better than what we as a Band  have right now under our present  agreement with B C Hydro. That right-of-  way will always be there and we as a Band  will never be able to use it, and when and if  the Band voted in favour of theUtlMtar  Corridor, the new agreemenPrntBTtlRr  Province will overlap the present  agreement with B C Hydro. Which means,  -if the UtiU<y-Ck_-ridD_Lwa-Lnot-r-_3uired in-  the future because of some, technical  advancementrthe land set aside iorrthis-  Corridor will revert back.to Our Band and  the 25 acres that were gained will still  belong to the Sechelt Indian Band:  "So the liming is most crucial for the  Band to meet again. '  "Hopefully the Membership can give  this mandate to the Council and then Our  Council can isslie a permit to the water  works which is under the Regional District  to go ahead with this 14 inch water main  through the Corridor"^  Regional works superintendent Gordon  Dixon told a Public Utilities Committee  meeting Thursday that he had been in>  contact with Highways and Hydro and  ~~<expected~amap"t)f the easement-to be-  ready this week.  -   '?I think by next week everything  should be arranged," Dixon said.  MORE ABOUT...  ���Aboriginal Rights  ��� From Page A-l -  grievance is one that may take some  years. Mt, must be recognized that the  struggle is not one that will be won if Indian organizations continug competing,  with each other for jurisdication or influence. In fact, this competition is really  counter-productive."  It said this proposal is simply saying  "let usbury thehatchetswe-have-been-  carrying and work together as Tribal  SUCH. A SHAME when, this Pender's May Day parade Saturday,  beautifully decorated lime-green car, There was smoke everywhere but it  with firemen and hydrant, on top yet, was, after all, the fire department's  and a rock garden oh the hood, to,, float and did they ever put it out...  caught on fire right in the middle of   water all over the place.  V-  Street people are feet  people. ,  They're neat people  who meet people.  Why not join up? Take a  walk.  anion mr_  pannapacrmnl  Walk a block.Today.  Groups ana pouucai organizations. Let us  get off the individual or organizational ego  trips we have been on and get on with the  job of building a better place ih Society for  our children."  The Council is expected to hire a  coordinator in the near future.  The statement says Indian political  organizations would continue to work on  the things they are normally involved in'  "but together all of these groups would  devote themselves to using their political  influence and organizational ability to  ensure that the Native Indian People at the  community leyelare provided with the  opportunity of fully participating in the  entire question of Aboriginal Rights."  School District No. 46 (Sechelt)  PROPOSED CHANGE IN  AREAS  ^---jo^rii.:.;;!,:)^,  At present, school trustees in this district are elected as follows,  one from the Village of Gibsons, one from the Village of Sechelt,  two from the Rural Area north of Sechelt, and three from the Rural  Area south of Sechelt (including Bowen, Gambier, Keats, and  associated Islands). It has been suggested that the south area be  subdivided to provide that one trustee be elected from the Islands  and two from the Peninsula area. This, in turn raised the question  about further subdividing the Rural Area into components which  would each elect one trustee. For instance, instead of the area  north of Sechelt electing two trustees, it could be divided Into two  areas which would each return one trustee. The area south of  Sechelt could be divided into two areas on the Peninsula which  would each return one trustee and the Islands which would return  one trustee.  the School Board are interested in finding out the views of the  electorate in this matter; persons or'organizations wishing to  advise the Board may do so by writing to the undersigned at Box  220, Gibsons, B.C., or by phoning 886-2225.  R. MILLS  Secretary-Treasurer  MORE ABOUT... The Peninsula Times Page A-3  ���Countryside Concerts     Wednesday, May 30,1979  From Page A-l  London. He has performed with numerous  early, music ensembles in Canada and  England and in 1978 won a prize at the  Gaudeaumus Competition for Interpreters  of Contemporary Music in Holland. He has  recorded solo recitals for the CBC and for  Dutch radio networks.  an-Mackie-Studied-at4JBG-and-has  received instruction from" Catharina  Neuits, James Caldwell and Susan Nap-  per. She has performed with most of the  best-known Vancouver early music ensembles such as the Broken Consort, the  Cecilian Ensemble and Duo Geminiani.  The program for this concert will include works by Diego Ortiz, Vincenzo  Galileo, Thomas Morley jnd G. de  Machant. Refreshments after concert.  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IB    14    INTHENAVY ,    Village People  IS    IS   WHEELSOFUFE    GlnoVannelll  22    16    REUNITED        PeacbeiAHerb  16    1.7,  DA YA THINK I'M SEXY    , .Rod Stewart  13    IB    CRAZY LOVE    Poco  23    19    HOT STUFF     Donna Summer  20    20    KEEP ON DANCING     Gary'iGang  ��24   21    nArrlrjIwSS >.;.... ��� > .i.��� ?���.���, ���.���,,,..,.., ���  .,,......,,.,,, .Pointer Sliten .  14    22    LADY    Little River Band  ���    23    LOVE YOU INSIDE OUT     Bee Geei  29   24   DANCER.    ,, .GlnoSoccIo  '26    28    BANGAOONO    Witch Queen  27    26    RHUMBAOIRL    Nkolette Lanon  /#��*_�����-,-.,,,.��� *.lC^.,>,J,^.*M.-��t,.w"lCfIsWwl.,!i)K"��* IrasKP* 1,-..im-...ft..41 A^. 4 t  *.* * * *.# .A .*������* H-* *��� *  * *���* *# ��.**,* .*.-*;.* *������.*. ��.*T*^,#l#^|flfcR(tfiMiM-^��^;r��*H��!i  21    20   HEAVEN KNOWS    Donna Summer.  ........ ir jn-ymcat; r.r.rr;rr.r.i:;:, . .".vvr.-rr,,,.  hr;:,, , .-;������;;; r. vmss Pettj-ir*-"  ���    30'   LOQICAL'SONO     Supertramp  c<>,h&.  f um  BUY 3 &  fiEX 1 ' EDITH  VISA  fifi\  r^  GIBSONS  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD,  Sunshin* Coast Hwy, Gibsons  and or ��� 000*0 JL nr JL - The Creek runoff  Ladies finish second  By Jeanie Norton, 886-9609  PageA-4  The Peninsula Times  The Roberts Creek Ladies came a   are friendly and helpful so even the  sappointingHwHrairi-feught^wond^^���  their first annual invitational ball toiirn  ament   at   Hackett   Park   this   past  weekend. They lost in thdrthird game on  Sunday afternoon to Irly Bird, one of the  three teams from Powell River.  The weekend was .judged a success by  everyone involved. The ball was good, the  weather held out (until the end of the last  game), and the hamburgers went faster  than the husbands and friends coman-  del-rMTforttttylF-^^ could fry  them. The visiting teams were  with the organization of the tournament,  the umpires, and the sociability of the  danceriield-atrthe-Sechelt- Legion  "stamp" are urged to come.  PARENTS AUXILIARY  Despite the poor turnout for the parents  auxiliary meeting last Wednesday, the  presentations on Community and parent  involvement in the school by visiting  speakers Brian Butcher and Claus  Spiekermahn were judged interesting and  provocative. Both men are personable and  outspoken and their comments provided  food for thought.   ���       y  As further businessj.trthe meeting a  comTrrittee-was^truckto screen applicants  for the position of co-ordinator of the  on-^Sunimer^un-Program-who-wi-l^be-hired  Saturday night. A good time was had by all   within the next two weeks. Qualified child  Wednesday, May 30,1979  KOK, MOORBY, fcOWBLUK&CO.  CERTIFIED GENERAL ACCOUNTANTS  JOhjIN W. AAOORBY, C.G.A. Resident Partner  '         Resilience - 885-2498  READING OUT TO Taylor Van  Egmond .as he gets CORE Hunter  Training certificate after ten-session  and-the teamsarelooking forward-to a;  return match next year.  Meanwhile, the ladies are off this  weekend for their annual foray into the  "big time" of the Squamish ball tournament. They haven't fared so well in past  years but with the strongest team they've  ever fielded they're hoping to mjrtfe a  better showing this year. Good luck and  have fun, ladies.  TRACK AND Field  Twenty-two track and field athletes  from Roberts Creek Elementary left with  their coach, Ron Bunting, last Friday for  the three days of the Provincial Championships in Richmond. The final results of  _the_weekend were not available at-press  time but the fact that they qualified for the  competition is worthy of attention. The  team did well at the Sechelt School District  Track and Field meet at Elpinstone the  previous week. Congratulations to the six  medal winners in the aggregate standings: Dale Horvath, Debra Lehman,  Tammy Cavalier, Heidi Brongers, Ronny  Jackson, and David McLeod.  LEGION GAMES ROOM  If you haven't noticed or your curiosity  has been aroused by the flurry of activity  around the local Legion for? the' past  month, they're renovating and expanding  to add a games room. It will accommodate  the TV, shuffleboard, dart boards, and  -perhaps ^-pool-table ^nd-wilLbe-a- great-  addition to the community���something to  do on those cold winter nights without  going too far afield.  Hopefully the games room will  generate more interest in the Legion as a  source of entertainment���attendance at  the Friday and Saturday social evenings  has dropped off in the past while. But the  old regulars will tell you that, especially  since the redecoration before Christmas,  it's a most pleasant place to spend an  evening with friends, stomping and  swinging to either live music or the juke  box. Do drop in���and inquire about  memberships.  BINGO  v. All you bingo affidonados out there no  doubt already know that the Legion's  Thursday night bingo is underway for the  season. Now you can play twice a week in  Roberts Creek���Tuesdays at 8:00 at the  Community Hall and Thursdays at 8:00,  7:00 for Early Bird, at the Legion. People  NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING  Proposed Amendment to Village of  Gibsons Zoning By-Law No. 241,1973  Pursuant to Section 703 of the Municipal Act,.*a PUBLIC  HEARING will be held In the Municipal Mall. 1490 South  Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C. on Monday, June 11th, 1979 at  7:00 p.m. to consider Zoning Amendment By-law No. 337,  1979. At the Hearing all person* who deem their Interest In  property affected by the proposed By-law shall be afforded  an opportunity to be heard on matters contained in the Bylaw.  The Intent of the By-law i> to amend the present zoning to  the following described property as- noted below:  1. Lot 1, Block C, District Lot 685, Plan 17131 be .eroded  from Residential 2, R-2, to Residential 3, R-3.  This by-law may be Inspected at the Gibsons Municipal  Offices, 1490 South Fletcher Road, during office hours,  namely Monday to Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and  Thursday and Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  "���"���'��� " -i;w: COPLAND'"  Municipal Clerk  tY-vvw"'v''  J^^.^i  7  I  gL1>0OI-��    In  care workers interested in the position can  phone. Dennis Fitzgerald at 8854059 for  more information.  GOOD LUCK BESSIE  A farewell party was held last Wednesday evening for BessieNXowberry of  Beach Avenue. Bessie was one of the few  10-year members of the Hospital Auxiliary  and an active member of New Horizons.  We join her friends in wishing her wellas  she leaves Roberts Creek.  ROBERTS CREEK DAZE  It must be summer-some of the kids  and a few hardy (or' foolhardy) adults  have been in swimming. Before you know  it the middle of July and Roberts Creek  Daze will be upon us. As of last week's,  column, Metcalfe Road is committed to  entering a float in the Higgledy Piggledy  Parade. Now we are issuing a challenge to  Cheryl Ann Park Road���Belinda Kirkman  should be able to apply her expertise from  last year's parade.''  A souvenir newspaper is planned for  this year's Roberts Creek Daze. It will  feature reminiscences of last year's  celebration and the loan of any photos of  the first annual Daze would be most appreciated. Just drop them off at Seaview  Market with your name on the back of  each and they will be returned.  The next organizational" meeting for  Roberts Creek Daze will be held Wednesday, June 6 at 8:00 p.m. at the Community Hall.  BLESS THE BEASTS     ,  And what do you do with a dead seal on  your beach? Or Worse yet, a dead cow?  Both were found in Roberts Creek this past  week and nobody knows what to do with  them. 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The Sechelt Auxiliary to St. Mary's   Council awards at the recent music, dance   Shelly Joe, Nadine, was also given her  , . yfrbr&riei^^ ,   ���   ��� " i���: Indian name, Lam-Haal. meaning 'Very  on Thursday, June 7 gtjthe^SeniorCiUzens^f-���Theyare alsp seekinfr**ew chairman   SpecialPqrson." ^���r ������    -   -~   Hall on Mermaid Street from 11 a.m. to for the Western Canada Lottery  2 p.m. and the fare will; include soup,, distributorship. Phone Yvette Kent 885-  pandwichaj. cold plate and homemade pie 7.9461 if you can help in this way. The funds  for dessert A change of pace and a change ^ from this venture have aided the building  of place (werybpdy;is welcome, prices are \\of the Arts Centre. '  reasonable and the crowd is friendly. J Evpryonn In wMpomr trr rpmr tff thf  TIMBER DAYS %_. meeting, view the building, tnWifecide if  Well another Timber Days has gone by  and what an exciting event with more  parade, entries* more sports and more  people taking part as watchers or  workers. Carl Chrismas as Chairman did a  fantastic job, and Kathy Acton's Special^  Events caught on even nfore his year with  ten teams taking part.  There will be coverage elsewhere in the.:  paper but I would like to say that for a ,  team to win theSpedal Events Timber [\  Cup is great but partcipation Is greater,)  the  fine  sportsmanship  and. friendly  reivallry that prevailed through all the >  events did far more for the teams that 7  entered and for the Sechelt area.  Each team helped with an event, ie. the  Royal' Bank, St. Mary's Hospital "and;i  Halfmoon Bay Recreation looked alter tbe7; _  Children' Sports, Charles and Marie Lee'  for the Chamber of Commerce looked;  after the baking entries, so besides com- 7  peting, the teams worked together which;'  brings people closer together.  BAKING WINNERS        >_  Th^tepasweriLannQuhced at the park  HELP PREVENT  CERVICAL CANCER  CANADIAN  CANCER  SOCSTY  PENDER HARBOUR'S new May  Queen Michelle Murray, presented  gift to last year's Queen Leanne Reid,  left, at ceremonies Saturday as MC Al  Lloyd looks on . Well-attended event  featured Pancake Breakfast, Bicycle  Races, Soapbox Derby, Parade,  Children's Races, Plane Rides,  Highland Games, May Queen and  Adult Dances, and Queens of all ages.  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Van  Toll  Free  684-2911  I I  Haffmotin Bay happenings :      >  meeting June 15  by Peggy Connor  -Th^-iVelcwne^each^CoTnmunity���his-ii.ife-PattieHi(rhoHTOS^ir7f^nitao:  PageA-6  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May 30,1979  Association will-hold its annual general  meeting Tuesday, June 5 at 8 p.m. in the  Welcome Beach Hall. Annual reports will  be heard, and there will be an election of  officers for thecoming yeari  President drace Rutherford invites  new members to join, membership fee is  $2 per person! Join in with the many activities held in the Hall and meet your  neighbors.  HALFMOON BAY RECREATION'S  MAID IS TOPS  Els Mercer is now Sechelt's Timber  ~Maidior_1979 and-S-_e._urived_tt-rough-the���  co-operation of the Halfmoon Bay  Recreation team that entered in Special  Events and won most points to make her  the Timber Maid., The Timber Cup trophy  to commemmorate the event goes to the  Recreation Commission. The Special  Events gave the group a chance to get out  and actively participate for their group  surgery.-The Whites would be delighted to  hear from their old friends in this area.  COUNTRY FAIR  A joint meeting of the Welcome Beach  Community Association and Halfmoon  Bay Recreation Commission was held this  VOLKER KAEMLING  GOVERNMENT LICENSED  past week to discuss plans for the annual  fair. The event will take place July 14  weather permitting and if too wet it will be  postponed to the following Saturday, the  place will be at the Halfmoon Bay School  grounds. There will be the usual booths,  baking, horticulture, white elephant, used  toys, books, popcorn, doughnuts, ���kids  games.  Included this year will be sporting  events for children, so keep practising,  kids. Grace Rutherford,,president of the  Community Assoc, and Donna Perry head  of the country fair committee for the  Halfmoon Bay recreation would, appreciate any suggestions to help make this  a$d thoroughly enjoy themselves at the    an even bigger success than usual.  RECREATION GROUP MEETING  The next meeting of the Halfmoon Bay  Recreation: Commission will be Monday,-  June 11 at 7:30 p.m. at the Welcome Beach  Hall. All people interested in recreation  for the area are urged to attend.  _Discu_��-ion_wi_Lbe_on_thej-OrkJtp_be.done.  on the playing field park and who will do  what at the Country Fair.  The next event will be a Father's Day  , ie time.  ^ Ten teams took part and thecscores  were close, making competition that much  keener.  Badminton players for the Halfmoon  Bay group were Alda Grames arid Jerry  Mercer, Helen Sorensen and. Frank  Jorgensen. Cribbage players, Dave and  Helen Hain, made a good showing. John  and Mae Parsons were the bridge players  -placing-secondr-as-did-the-dart^ players���Pancake-Breakfast-to- be put-on-.by-the  SUNSHINE COAST PEST CONTROL LTD.  *Pre-Treotment of Buildings Under Construction  * For guaranteed control of Carpenter Ants, Rodents, Skunks and  other Pests.  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  ___  883-2531  ISUNCOAST AGENCIES LTD.|  (Fonjierty Charles English Insurance Agencies)  GENERAL INSURANCE  __ .^Residential. ' __. r^jmnerejaj  ���Mobile Homes      ���Travel & Medical  NOTARY PUBLIC  ���Conveyancing    ��� Wife  EILEEN KINNE     ��ARNE T. PETTERSEN  CHARLES ENGLISH -Notary Public _J  SUNCOAST AGENCIES I  Alda Grames , and Jerry Mercer,  Katherine Kelly and Frank Jorgensen.  The volleyball team consisted of players  Barbara Laakso, Jerrie Lou Wickwire,  and Alda Grames, Jerry Mercer, Bob  Beaupre and Bob Mahar. The field events  were fielded by Els and Jerry Mercer,  Paul and Rhonda Lavigne, Jim and '  Katherine Kelly, with the tug-o-war team  made up of Helen Sorensen, Peggy Connor, Jerrie Lou Wickwire, Jerry Mercer,  Jim Kelly and Bob Wickwire. Baking  entries supplied by Pat Dickenson, Mae  Parsons, Jerrie Lou Wickwire and Peggy  Connor.  The float that took Special Events first _.  place was in keeping* with the Nursery  Rhyme theme. What else for Halfmoon  Bay but "Hey, Diddle, Diddle" complete  with the cow jumping over the Halfmoon.  Workers on the float were Will and Heidi  Goodman, Steve Doughty, Marg Nygard,  Jack and Judy Malnarick, Maureen  Renouf, Laara Packer, Ronnie Dunn,  Jerrie Lou and Bob Wickwire, Peggy  Connor, Connie Hobbs and most important  was the heljf of tbe children with construction of the rock and the school kids of  the Halfmoon Bay School made the  musical notes.  Els Mercer rode on the float as the Cat,  Dish and Spoons were Dawn and Brian  Goodman, Ferla Packer, Erica Renouf,  Jolene and Jarret Malnarick, Donna and  Deanna Nygard. These children also  helped with the decorating and Todd  Lindsay was another helper  This was Halfmoon Bay Recreation's  first entry into Special Events but it  certainly won't be its last. The fun and  fellowship with the other teams was worth  more than the winning.^..:...������    ^-TEA ROOM FO-TflMBER DAYS  Halfmoon Bay's Auxiliary to St. Mary's  Hospital provided the tea room for Timber  Days, a good money-maker for them and a  help to the public. President Geri Smith  and members of the Auxiliary were  assisted by a few husbands In the setting  up and taking down of their booth. Baking  of pies, buns and cookies kept everyone  busy the previous week. A lot of work but  profit-wise a worthy venture.  LITTLE RENO NIGHT  This event was held Saturday, May 10  in the middle of the long weekend and  clashed with the hockey finals but still  there was a fair turnout at the Welcome  Beach Hall. The prizes were substantial  with shuffleboard winners ���first Bill  Ewan, second Mary Murray, consolation  prizes to Vince Shannon and Bob Scott.  Carpet bowling was won by Keith Comyn,  second was Harry Gough: Poker, best low  card, was Alice Halford followed by Bill  Fraser. Dice throw highest points to  Peggy Connor, second Ruby Warne. Bingo  Mary Murray and second Mary Ewan.  High card another Mary, Mark Walker  first and Mary Murray second. Roulette  champion Margaret Connor with two  tielng for second, Nlta Haughland and  Doris Receveur.  It was Mary Murray's lucky night three  prizes plus another win for the Spot Waltz.  The evening ended with a light lunch  provided by the lady members,  VISITORS  , Peter Bannister's cousin Rene Copland  from Birkenhead, England is high in  praise for the spot she fi visiting ��� Peter  and Eileen's on Redrooffs Road. They  have all Just arrived home from a trip to  tho Interior where they visited a few days  with the Bannister's daughter Kay King,  who with her husband runs a fruit ranch In  KeremeoA. They came home by way of  Washington State to catch sight of the  blossoms in tho fruit belt in both countries,  a magnificent sight. Rene will holiday In  Halfmoon Bay for tho rest of hor six-week  vacation.  Walt and Joyce McMillan's visitors for  the last weekend were Harry and Beverly  GtraghrTbe McMfHant trm in theproeeM  of building iimw home for their (��rooming  retirement at Corby Corner. They come  from the North Shore where Walt la a  fireman.  Dorothy Greene saw Ernie White at the  Uon'ji Gate Hospital wher* he was visiting  group June 17 at the Welcome Beach Hall,  a fun morning with a chance to meet the  new folks and oldtimers.'  ^TflEY WEREupon theriJ^opaia  lined along the road as the May Day   drum.  parade went-by in Pender Harbour  L  Sunnycrest Mail,  R.R. 2, Gibsons  MB REPORTS: The last in a series of five.  ��fmr  place in BC.  It is the nature of the forest industry that,  to a large extent, we live where we work.  At MB we believe that as gooct citizens we  should help enhance thecuttility of life in  the. province. MB Place* our ^forest  information centre at VanDusen Garden  in Vancouver is our gift to the people of  B.C., our contribution to a better'  understanding of the forest resource.  i i"n Place attracts thousands of  XVJLJ3 people every year. Many  schools use it. as a teaching facility.  Other visitors find it a source of  delight, mystery and information.1  Tlie centre is one example of our  commitment to British Columbia,  but there are others. The company  contributes to education, through  bursaries and scholarships, helps the  arts, sports, and charitable organizations. At MB we have a simple  philosophy that helps guide us  in assisting a variety of causes:  "Will this improve the well-  being of people in the community,  "in the province?" It is a philosophy  you can expect from this independent  B.C. enterprise. We are committed  particularly to the communities in  which we operate. Our people who  live there devote a lot of time to  community affairs. The company  helps too, by providing funds for  local projects.  MB operations in the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island are  tangible evidence of the company's  presence in British Columbia, but  there's more to a company than mills,  plants and logging shows. There are  the people, and from their skills and  efforts flow many benefits, including  thriving communities, social services, taxes and purchasing power.  When all of these are combined with  MB's commitment to worthy causes  it strengthens and enhances the  quality of life in the province.  MacMillan Bloedel has a place in  B.C., and our roots are right here.  Mi  If you would like more information about  MacMillan Bloedel, we'll be happy to  send you some material. Write to MB  REPORTS, 1075 West Georgia  Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6E 3R9.  MACMILTJiN BLOEDEL  886-8212  (vs-"-.;^"-  -  \ n>  .  \  Gjbsons glimpses ���'"      ---------    ,   .''-'v ''-'".~,.-."  . .���,.   .i ._._(-. .     ___.'���*.'..   '-*-  '  Criminal  element increasing  by Morion Alsager, 886-2458  .j^/;l,i,%-'*7;";'1''','.'  The Peninsula Times If age A-7  Wednesday, May 30,1979  In our conversation) with Sargeant-  operated to the fullest^  Nicholas of the RCS-fi in Gibsons we were  told that .the. local, police- would .like the.  public to be aware of the increase:of  criminal element in this carqmunity. This  is partly due to the growth of ov area, it's  closeness to the dty, increased means of  transportation and'-geriteral increase in  tourism. This-causes. the crime rate to go���royA-^TY  up.  Parents should be aware of these  problems and they top must take the  responsibility to insure that their children  are well supervised.' "There are people ih  our society that look for weaknesses in  ___th_LsystenV^y^  RENO BREAK *  '-���^Tiilie and Jim Knowles and Pete" and'  Gladdy Sluis had a great time in Reno last  week. Jim said it was a good spring break.  In Reno, also were the Hugh Lynns, Dort  and Mary McKay and Tom and Valerie'  Parker.  Keats Island park has all the normal  hazards of any Provincial Park and  particularly on long week-ends when there-  are twice as many yachts and various  sailing craft. It seems%_any people with  good intentions allow fh&r children to go!  camping, but are they aware of all the  elements? Discretion in choice of area and  supervision MUST be' exercised at all  times. ,7  ���We-are getting some of-the~*'Kook3"r  GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL .  ��� The- Beachcomber girls' volleyball  team placed third in the Regional Zone  Tournament held at Clearbrook and  received a Bronze Medal plus .the  Provincial T-shirt. Northern u c region  placed first and Vancouver Island were  second.  ���We are proud to have twoof our local-  "p^rLiMBjOTfl-ToTTaHdHS^  chosen for the All-Star team. They will get  two weeks free volleyball1 camp training  session at Williams Lake this summer.  There will be 12 All-Stars attending and it  is these girls who will be on the future  Olympic teams: Congratulations Lisa ahd  Mamie!  SPRING CONCERT  The Langdale school Spring Concert  was a temendous success. The Mini.  Contata, "Johah-Man Jazz", was excellently done under the direction of Joan  Robb and performed by the primary and  intermediate choirs. There were poem  readings by intermediate groups and  poems that were presented at the Drama  Festival. The Banjo and Piano Solos were  good and the Division 1 Homemade Band  selections were realljrsuper! The Concert  was well attended and the program lasted  about one hour.  TUG BOAT STORY  On Friday evening, Rivtow Straits Ltd.  presented a 30-miritfte film, compiled by  Norm MacDonald,' on their company's  progress from '1925-1979. Norman  Cosulich, vice-president-operations, spoke  on their progress which started at Hope,  B.C. with one tug boat which plied the  Harrison Lake area'; now the company has  diversified into many other activities.,  Attending were employees of ��� Rivtow,  Pacific Rim, Andy's Bay, Plowden Bay,  Avalon and Squamish.  LUCKY CASH WINNER  Moira Clement was the lucky winner of  Sechelt Timber Days 50-50 Cash Draw of  $450. Moira said she wished she'd gone in  disguise to pick up her prize as so many  people she met insisted it was "their,  turn." The other 50 percent of the cash-  goes into the coffers of the hard working  Timber Days committee who put on this  highly successful event. The parade was  the best ever and the weatherman co-  Queen Melanie Mahlman attended the  Maple Ridge Community Festival in  Haney last week. Shesaid all the people  were most hospitable and showed the  visiting Royalty a very good time.  POWER SQUADRON  ie-Power-SquadronJ Graduation-  ceremony on Sat. was a combined event  with presentation of graduation certificates, Squadron Flags, pledging of new  members,.awards to Advanced Piloting  and Change of Watch. District Commander Wally Walters and wife Audrey,  presented the awards and certificates. The  new Bridge officers are Don Haddon-  Commander, Dave Fyles-Executive Of'  fleer, Bruce Woodsworth-Secretary. Rav  Chamberlain-Treasuref. In charge of  Programming will be Bert Scotland PR;  Bob Maxwell. The "unwilling recipient of  the "Oh Damn" Trophy was Lieutenant-  Commander Dave Fyles'and so judged by  -a-cburt-otiis-peers.^  Planned changes to the. Safe Driving <7 example, one year of, claim free driving  Vehicle Discount program will see the I will (M-rn-a^me-year-discount���7_l___i  shifting btth^ eligibility emphasis from, The discount on a newly acquired  toe-vehide,;tprthe^driyer?s claim record. ,l second or third vehicleis not affected by  '7 Robbie D; Sherrell, JCBC president, the claims record of the first vehicle. This  says the discount program will be changed; means that each claim is applied to only  September li 1979 to recognize the driving '- the vehicle involved and the vehicle owner  record of the vehicle owner. * is penalized only once for each claim.  Vehicle owners previously had to pay a       An important factor that will continue  -mfaimnm sfr-mon-h-Aiitaplan premium     aftftr ttw Septgmhpr 1st change; gnnnpxng  before claiming a discount.      -���   vehicle use by, other people. Each vehicle  As a result, existing licenced drivers    owner is responsible for the claim record  will be eligible for one, two or three year  discounts when making new and renewal  insurance purchases, according to their  claim record.  ^TThls^means'liiewcTesidents^will^be"  eligible for discounts according to their  data-free record in their previous area of  Many charitable organizations use the  -__-_adces_^Lvohwteers who donate their  time and the use of their vehicles in return  for reimbursejnent of vehicle- expenses.  These vehicles are usually rated for  pleasure only.- Until now, such driving in  excess of 1,600 kilometers (1,000 miles)  required a business use rating.  Pure Irish Linen Tea Towels, colorfully  signed���etyer&sA  Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  Lo   HiPrec,  cm  May 19 -. 7.0   16.5    nil  May20 9.0   18.0    nil  May 21 r 9.0    19.0     nil  May2_T...v U-0   21.5 trace  MaySST.,. v......... 7.. .13.5    17.$    nil  May24. 12.0   19.0    nil  May 25..... 12.0   21.0   0.08  Week's rainfall���0.08 cm. May to date'  -4.03 cm. 1979 to date���43.86 cm.  May 19-25,1978 - 0.58 cm. May 1-25,  rJ��n.-May 25,1978 -~ 60.73-  cm.  residence.  British Columbians returning to tbe  Province- after an absence will also be  eligible for discount depending on their  claim free record, while vehicle ownete  whose discounts y/ere restricted because  of the six month criterion, will be eligible  ior���a-greater-discount- at their- next  renewal. Once again, based on their claim  record 11���i   Congratulations to Annan and Barbara  Wold on their recent marriage!   Don't for^e_t_the_Gibsons7Winter__aub  JBT_EA MARlffiT JnJiextSunday. Jnne 3  starting at 10 A.M. See you there!  of his insured vehicle. If an owner loans his  car to someone who has an accident while  driving it, the vehicle owner's discount is  affected on that vehicle.  British Columbia's Autoplan is in excellent finandal shape with a recorded  income_-iurplus, of-|i5.1-million-.-in-1978 -  against,an $8.6 million deficit in the  previous year.    -  The annual report for 1978 reflects the  Crown Corporations's objective ���, "To  provide the highest quality insurance  service on a break-even basis with income  and expenses in balance,'.' Sherrell said.  -, He said the $6.1 million surplus:is a  little under 1.5 per cent of the total income  of $410-mfllion? ^IT-at," he said, "is virtually a Corporate bullseye."  , ICBC also .has given the green light to  thousands^ volunteer drivers working for      organizations throughout the  Does Your Club or Group Roport  lt*Actlvttlm$RogularlytoThoTlmo��?  Squaringly yours  By MAURICE HEMSTREET  Sherrell pointed out that the Corporation is making this major change as a  result of prolonged studies.  "It  will  -recognize-the-past-performances-of���7 charitable  drivers as a key factor in earning tbe Safe    province.  Driving Vehicle Discount." Effective immediately, the Corporation  - fwly licenced drivers who are buying    is waiving the restriction on kilometers  _aiuL-i-Burlng-a_v_3hidefor--theJ^  must earn the discount year by year. For    out the work of a charitable organization.  eAleptone cPooJ Supptos  Now is the time to got your  swimming pool into shape 1  We have a full stock of chlorine  and chemicals to help you.  ALSO: Pools, Heaters, Poly Bubble Covers,  Test Kits, Brushes, Skimmers, Vacuum Hose etc.  PARTS & SERVICE  <*  . At tar 5 p.m. Wankdayt -.___    ��� .     ON NORTH ROAD, SOUTH of CHAMBERLAIN ROAD  All Day Sot. & Sun. _  886-2103  Hello dere, fellow square dancers. I am  motivated to write this column not only on  behalf of the square dancers but also May  Day's Timber Days. Just pull up a chair  and read on.  Yes, a lot of credit and special thanks  goes out to the Timber Days committee.  They will not soon be forgotten as this had  to be the best May Day celebration that  this area has ever seen. Not only were  there over 40 entrants in the parade (the  biggest ever on the Sunshine Coast) but  due to one great fellow, Carl Chrismas,'  everything ran as smooth as silk. So Carl,  take a long look In the mirror and say, well  young fellow, you are just fantastic and  next year Timber Days will be better yet.  This year, the square dancers led off  ahead of the parade as an added attraction  mi at this time LwquW..IQ^tAJhwk-tlN  Country Stars square dancers that helped  me make this possible and also the set of  new square dancers that are still going to  classes yet but still came forth to make  this display of having fun while square  dandng a great success. So once again,  thank you.  A special thanks goes to the RCMP who  handled the traffic situation with great'  ease and to the nice young constable who  followed our square dancers to direct  traffic, you were just fantastic but we  think you really should join our square  dance club then you could be the Sunshine  Coast Country Stars Sheriff and pass out  the suitable fines to the dances that didn't  wear their own square dance badges,  hnunmmm yea, a good idea but right now,  thank you again from us all.  Before I forget, a friend of ours, Mary  Ireson, ls going into the Powell River  General Hospital for an eye operation on  May2^��oUy<m.u��A��quMred---to*rrdrq>  in and ����y hollow to ber from ma because  she just doesn't know anyone in the Powell  River area. This would be appreciated and  I thank you.  Only 16 days  After you apply for your five free BCRIC shares, you're also eligible to  purchase additional shares in the British Columbia Resources Investment  Corporation........... .-         ... ........J..  ,-,   But the deadline is June 15th...  Until June 15th, the price for purchased shares is $6 per share. As  few as 5 ($30) and as many as 5,000  ($30,000) may be purchased for  each eligible British Columbian.  Shares can be purchased through  any bank, credit union, invest-;  meiit dealer or trust company. But  remember the June 15th deadline.  British Columbia Resources Investment Corporation  j260Q^^  ' ��� ��� ��� ������   - Telephone: (604) 687-2600  J  4  ! PageA-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May 30,1979  Sunshine Times  5 Over (Fr.)  6 Did a garden fob  %7\ Mineral*  8 Dispatched  9'Within (comb, form)  10 Intermission  11 Snow storm      >  42-Places =���-'-.   1 a.Distributed    ..     18 Weight allowance  23 First lady  25 Curve .  _  26 Scandinavian  27 Fem. name  28 River  29 Government person  30 Desire   Pilch-lA  And Smile  52  53  54  55  59  tt  .  ia-  ACROSS  1 Twists  2 Non-Winner  11  Lump  14 Goodbye  15 Fem. name  16 AngW  17 Branches    ~19 EducatlonaT Society  20 Sooner  21 Pause  22 Flower part  24 Plant  26 Undress  27 Feast  30 Shell hole  32 Images  ���33- Sea water   34 Charge   42 w��rQ��f  43 Rose of ..!t.  45 NDP Candidate  46 Ornamental strip  48 Delay,  49 Nouveau    50 Mast  ~52~S.Sve ~*  56 Order (suff.)  57 Striking back  60 Economic Stability  Admin, (abbr.j  61 Path  62 Hold off  63 Lair  64 Merits  65 A/lew   31 Ceremony  33 Hillside (Scots)  35 And others (Lot.)  -36-Simple   38 Hawaiian goddess  39 Weight watcher  41 Progressive  Conservative-Candidate  42 Snow runner  Alkali   45 Garment  46 Pan Cooked  47 Wash lightly  48 Fences  50 Asterisk  51 Ache  53 Locale  54 Mid-day  -55 Nlne-(preflx) ~  -58-Age   59 Donkey  Volunteer helpline  ZEBRA PLANTS  (Aphelandra squarrosa)  Origin: Brazil  -Family: Aeonthoceae-  Anyone watching the events of Timber  Days could not help but be impressed.  However, I wonder how raanyof-you are  -aware-that-most of the floats, events,-  refreshments stands, arid raffles, etc.  were organized and staffed by volunteers.  It is so encouraging to see so many people  working together and showing their  community spirit.  Sponsoring a raffle can take a great  deal of time ahd effort, especially when it  involves setting up displays in the malls.  are needed for Gibsons and for Pender  Harbour. Guidelines and assistance in  planning-will-be-givenr-If-you-have 'had"  babysitters-in your home.you couldadd -  valuable insight to this program.  Aci-b-i -went Centre  Voltb. TS are being sought to work on  a one-to-cr.�� basis with some of the  students attenltng the Achievement  Centre,in Gibsons   You could help a  Flowering: Yellow flowers, with showy golden-yellow bracts  Light: filter  Watering: Keep evenlymoist, but not soggy.   Soil: Equal parts loam, sand, peat moss and loaf mold  Pruning: After flowers havo faded to keep from getting leggy.  Zebra plants ore so attractive that they remain popular despite  teenager construct -terns with wood,or  per_iap_rspend^some-1i-��>e^ielpingiiim  Several people^deserviiT fc~brmention��r~ learn some^ery basic sta-irtrrarithmetlc  for their efforts. Hilda Costerton co-   and reading���Individual attention can  r  37 Inform  38 Chatter  39 Facts  40 Biblical lion  41 Withdraw  DOWN  1 Walk in water  2 Biblical name  3 Mature  '4 .Liberal Candidate  New minister to United Churches  Rev. George Inglis, a former  newspaperman who was ordained Sunday,  will arrive on the Sechelt Peninsula this  week to assume the pastorate of United  Churches in Gibsons and Davis Bay.  Rev. Inglis and his wife Kay have spent  MORE ABOUT.. . .  ��� Reflections  ���From Editorial Page  aloof, until she took her life at the age of 21.  Bill, the family rebel, was sent to a  fashionable mental institution at the age of  16 and never got over it, though he was  gentle and patient and resigned at his  father's deathbed, expressing little. bitterness.  As for Brooke, she somehow kept her  sanity, through innumerable family  crises, two failed marriages and an  adulthood that was light years removed  from the relatively peaceful, happy times  of her early chttdhood.  After Bridget?s^eat_---Brookeitold a  friend: "Fm the daughter of a father  who's been married five times. Mother  jMedher-��lf.My'si��ter'p-[Mhe-aeU7My  brother has been ih a mental institution.  I'm twenty-three and divorced with two  kids." The friend, Tom Marikiewicz,  replied, '"Brooke, either you've got to '  open the window right now and jump out or  say, "I'm going to live," because you're  right, it's the worst family history that  anybody ever had, and either you jump out  that window or you live."  Haywire is full of anecdotes, pages of  dialogue that must have been recreated  with a good deal of Imagination, though it  rings true, and remlnlsences from people  such as Peter Fonda. (The Fondas lived  next door to the Haywards in both  California and Connecticut; Brooke and  Jane were champion spltballers in Grade 7  and reputedly drove out two teachers in  the exclusive girls' school they attended.)  "I remember your mother more than I  remember your mother," Peter told  Brooke. "She would drive us around in  that 1946 Chrysler Town and Country, you  and Bridget and Bill and Jane and me ...  The color of It, the texture or it, the color of  the beautiful upholstery ��� and your  mother driving this huge Chrysler, you  know, your, petite mom, heading down the  highway with the top down having a gas  with all of us kids screaming and yelling..  . It was our dream. It was all beautiful,  varnished wood, polished metal, chrome,  and flowing blond hair, all of us giggling  and laughing . .."  Brooke Hayward's book is perceptive,  fascinating,"honest. The author rarely  lapses into self-pity and shows her lovo for  her troubled family in the frank but sensitive way in which she writes about each  member. She strikes me as a person of  courage and Integrity, I finished the book  hoping that she would, as she writes,  realize "that my only choice was to keep  moving forward.!'  the last five years in Vancouver, where he  has been studying at the University of  British Columbia and Vancouver School of  Theology. He was ordained at the  provincial United Church conference in  Naramata.  His first services since his ordination  will be held Sunday, June 3, starting at  9:30 a.m. in Davis Bay (St. John's) and at  11:15 in Gibsons.  Prior.to studying for the ministry,  Inglis forked on various newspapers for  20 years, including the Chilliwack  Progress, Victoria Daily Colonist and a  newspaper in Orlando, Florida.  The Gibsons and St. John's churches  have been without a full-time minister  since September, 1978, when Rev. Annette  Reinhardt left to become pastor of three  churches in the Comox area. Several  ministers, notably Rev. Ted Dinsley and  Rev. M.H. Dallman, have served the two  churches during the interim period.  NUMBER 14 driven by Cameron  MacKenzie was the big Soapbox  Derby winner at Pender May Day In  the 11 to 13 age group and Mark, Mills  took the eight to 10 group but Michael  Reid, seated with helmet in his sleek  black car at rear, looked like a pro  ordinated the project and personally spent  many hours setting up displays and selling  tickets. Lorilee Solli, who initiated the idea  for the project, also spent many hours  organizing and was responsible for  crocheting the rug. Marie Firth crocheted  thei afghan.T-1 Flummerfelt organized the~  tickets. To all-the-other-volunteers_who-  helped make this a success���many thanks  for your help.  Jack MacLeod's idea to have a float for  the Society in the Timber Days parade  materialized thanks to the efforts of Miss  Albans, the art teacher, and some of her  students from Chatelech. The idea for the  new Society symbol bad originated from  Chatelech and it seemed fitting that they  were willing to promote this in a float. It  was really exciting to observe the.enthusiasm and the endless hours of effort  devoted to designing and decorating the  Minibus. Thanks to all who helped put the  float together.  We have been very fortunate with our  pleasant, sunny weather which allows  most of us toNspend much time outside  enjoying our gardens or just being out of  doors. Because so many are involved in  their own endeavours, it becomes more  difficult to find people willing to become  involved as volunteers. Hopefully, you  might have a few hours which you can  spare to help someone else. Let's begin by  focusing upon a few people needing  visitors. " ���   .  Visitor in Gibsons area  An elderly woman would love to share a  couple hours of your time to talk with her  and to accompany her on short walks. She  is keenly interested in current events and  was once very involved in all kinds of arts  and crafts. She is fond of children.  Visiting In the Hospital  Many patients in the hospital find the  days are really long and would so enjoy1  shaffi  One person loves to play black jack, and  another enjoys chess, Some would enjoy  drives outside the hospital. Just having  someone to chat with them or to read a  special book, can make a big difference to  some of these confined people. Whether or  not your interests have been mention "  here, they will probably matdi a pa*' ..i's  interest areas. Would you make th*time to  help fulfill the needs of somer t unable to  do so for himself ? .  Visitor-Gibsons  An elderly Italian couple living in the  Gibsons area would love to talk to someone  in their native tongue-perhaps you are  the person who could fill that role. "'  St. Mary's Guides  Visitors are still getting lost when they  visit the hospital; This opportunity to help  direct people to their destinations ia a  perfect chance to meet the general public.  Guides are needed in the evening from  6:00+8:00 and on Sundays throughout the  dny. Can you help In the next weeks?  Teen Night  Assistance is needed on Monday nights  at Chatelech from 7-6:30 to help supervise  the teen activity period. Vt, you like sporta  and enjoy teenagers, please offer your  services to help.  Babysitting Course  Volunteers are needed to help some  teenagers (approx. 13-16 yrs.) become  more responsible babysitters. Someone  has already offered to teach the four  evening cliasflea In the * Sechelt area  beginning this fall. However, volunteers  make a big difference.  Please contact the Sunshine Coast  Community Services Society's Volunteer  Bureau if you can help fill any of these  needs,' have needs which someone else  could fill or would like to find out about  other^voliinteer opportunities existing in  the-Community._Phone_885?3821._   being so difficult to grow. The shiny dark-green leaves are strikingly  ���~ veined with white and the golden-yellbw~b7actrremdfril6ng after  the plant has finished flowering. Because of this spectacular beauty,  a zebra plant is worth having if it only lasts a few months.  The main problem with growing your zebra plant is its need for  extremely high humidities. A large terrarium will satisfy this need  and is really the only practical way of growing the zebra plant.  Another problem is that if this plant is ever allowed to dry out the   4x>ttom-leaves-wiii-fali-off-soon-���ifterward.  -Qt.frgood4eqtureobouUhe^ebr-3-plonUs-thaU--will ropt easlly_-  from stem-tip cutting. 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Two power  amplifiers and one tuner amplifier valued  at about $700 were Stolen after the window  '������ ta;;thje$ii!^  Two itires 'lyr<^;!^^^i^0iO^er^  stolen from a business premisies oh Hwy;  -^r^t^C'^^^^ ^  Scuba diving equipment  including regulatb--,  adaptor,  gauge.rublrer cpy^^  and jet f^  Gower P^7R(��dr.-l^^  "Wilf^dra-ag^  4��tt<teof^w-Rd7^^  7The7 mailboxes;7\^^7^^^ed7 acrbiss"  ��� 'Lower;;Rd7;aiid7pu^^  The<aoOT7t^  Hallwasjre^i^ldc^ld^irM^52?i7 7  777:E^s'7we^7t^^  Executive Apartmeflte parking let May 217  Ucence plates were reported ripped off  :-;a::Cario^^  Sechelt RCMP are giving a last war-  hihg looMersf of ^yeUdies ^^dffic^^^d  licence plates parked on other than private  ���probity;; 7:77 77^  7 These vehicles wiU be; seized and  registered owners will be responsible for  ���:'. costs:''of ;s^izure:.^di5tdra^;;77v  linnet ta^  lSRei_^i_vtq?^r7l-)^jpi|^  Madeira Park reported May 25.  IT'S NO EASY job to pull a filled   terriational tanker truck Just after it   There was "hextto no damage" to the  taiiker^niC-kJroin-the_water-of-Ruby-���^was-filled and-it4ook-K&E-Towing���new-track, tow truck operator Glen  Iafce7^.eme^^  oh  thii 7E^ 7  Branch 69  i&rl?761&-erc!^  motor and tank were stolen in a break-in to  a shed on Sandy flppk-Rd. May 24.  7  The back window of a Mazda parked in  a driveway oh Trident Ave. was reported  broteh.May:23;777?'7''..77v77^7^  Nothing was 7i^��rted7  disturbed May 23 after 7a breafcih; to  Ja<*s<m BrdthereVnJ^  Creek: Entry was made by teieaking a  window and reaching through to open the  '��� dobr.' ��� 7      7 'hj-. ':������-������   h: '������V;I'; 7';- ������jfy^;r:^y'::h  7- The Porpoise Bay Reserve was the  scene of two acts of Vandalism May 21 and  23. On each night, two windows in a home  'wew'tt^en777^:,77:-7-:';^^  A Toyota pick-up stolen from the area  of Trail ahd Anchor was later used in  ramming the Sechelt Agencies building  May 23. ���.���7-'--7'77  - Ten gallons of gas were stolen from a  five-ton truck at Redroofs and Fawn Rds.  May-KjTs    /.U---  -Eight windows were  broken in a  suirune^7<^bih^J^ Ully; Lake it was  repo^May^^0Xtfft^itaa pulled off f  and me insi^of ti.e<ahin^^  damaged from the rocks thrown throiigh  the windows.  Fishing gear valued at approximately  $150 was reported stolen May 19 from a  cabin on Ruby Lake.  A brass compass valued at about $150  was stolen from a commercial boat at the  Halfmoon Bay Wharf.  A number of items were reported stolen  May 19 from the Jim Nelson residence in  Egmont. Stolen were one 40 lb. propane  tank, one full spool of Mt inch yellow nylon  rope, and % of a spool of % inch white  nylon rope. The value is approximately  $150.  Contact lenses in a case were found on  the beach in front of the Wakefield Inn  May 22. Owner can claim them from the  Sechelt detachment.  Village asked to  pay tourist booth  A declining membership and outstanding dues to be paid to the B.C.  Chamber of Commerce led the Sechelt  Chamber of Commerce to ask the village  for $2,400 of the $2,672 shortfall in the cost  of manning the tourist booth this summer.  The cost of running the tourist booth  was budgeted at $4,256 with the provincial  government paying $1,584 of it through a  Youth Employment Program grant.  But, Peter Bandi told the Sechelt  planning committee last Wednesday, the  local chamber finds it owes the B.C.  Chamber of Commerce $1,500 in dues  based on last year's higher membership  and cannot afford to fund the remaining  cost.  "I find it difficult to equate dropping  membership and village responsibility,"  aid. Morgan Thompson said.  "I think thirls an internal thing. The  membership should be able to pay Its own  way."  It was recommended that council grant  {he chamber $1,000 towards the shortfall  and Thompson suggested the chamber  work on Increasing its membership.  Thompson said also he did not agree  with the $8,000 or $8,000 In revenue from  business licences going Into general  revenue and suggested council consider  channelling it back to the commercial,  area by funding tourism promotion or  adequate parking areas.  .;' This writer is just about finished with  going on Garden Tours; Tts7 so;  discouraging. I thought I was a part way  decent gardener untU I started taking  these touw and then I find that the other  fellow has less weeds, has straighter rows,  ; cleaner paths a greater variety of plants  and better color to his flowers than I have  and also^seems to have-nwretimeiforthe  buUdtng of pools and fancy doodads  around the garden. So it was that we found  when a number of us made another tour on  Thursday 24th. Starting from the Hall on  time wei first drove to the garden of Bob  Jaeson to find his Rhododendrons and  Azaleas a'blaze of color and a rainbow of  shades and his nursery rows of evergreen  were irrunaculate.  It was a short walk across the Highway  to the garden of Mary Goudin where once  again I was impressed not only with the  color of the Azaleas but was entranced  with the serenity of the pools deep in the  tall trees.:77 7.7 :-7 7':,��S7 :g;  ^^ereWelli^^  wasani-iteres^gdrive/intefestLng'tb see  the number of new homes, oh the way to  the home of Louis and Phoebe Hansen on  Mason Road. Being at a higher elevation  Louis' garden was not, quite as far advanced as these visited earlier but he bad  a surprise for us. When we had finished  inanectinethegarden we found that in our  995$n9? he had broijght out a tub of icecream and a tube of cones and had  prepared a# refreshing pause which was  welcome as the day had warmed up quite a  little.  Thence we proceeded over to Wakefield  Road and the home of E. Yarrow. After  inspecting the Yarrow garden we went up  the hill slightly to his neighbour Walt  Perlstrom.When I moved here some seven  years ago neither of these homes was even  built. What they have accomplished in the  way of building rock walls, constructing  garden and establishing gardens cannot be  too highly praised.  It was back into our vehicles and down  the hill to the waterfront home of our guide  and mentor Dave Hayward. Dave's  garden, as usual, was replendent with  bloom and after making a detailed inspection we returned to the house to find  that Eva had a sumptious tea set out on the  patio where the breeze from the gulf was  very refreshing as was the refreshments  which were served. Thanks go to everyone  for their hospitality: It was a marvellous  afternoon. We will be having more similar  expeditions during the summer. Don't  miss a good time.  The next afternoon some sixty of us met  at Our fltall to give a hearty send-off to  Johanna and August Steinhauser who are  leaving shortly to take up residence in  Coquitlam. The Hall was set with individual tables and we enjoyed a session of  whist and crib with Amy Bryant and Edith  Hopper being declared the winner at Whist,  and Phoebe Hansen and Jack Busheil  running away with the Cribbage Honors.  When we had finished the games and  were enjoying a cup of tea, president Bill  Scott thanked the Stelnhausers for the  great contributions they had always made  to the welfare of the Branch and then  presented them with a covered casserole  as a memento of our regard.  Here's a reminder of some coming  events, We have a visit from tho Seton  Villa Seniors on May 30 for lunch. Phone  Kay if you intend to take part. The  executive will meet at 10 a.m. June 5 and  on June 6 DSve Hayward will conduct a  bus-load cm7^trip iita^  :;sevet��Lib<^Uty Sp^  7 -7 Jane713we are having a visit from 7  S^ore;fnra^  lunch with us. Here again please let Kay  lmow if you intend to join with us. June 24  is the date for a monthly meeting and June  28 will most likely be another Garden  Tout.  Don't forget; Senior  Swimming  TFridayMoniir^ Gibsons Pool.  Sfcrii^ is recommended exercise for  Seniors ahd if you don't swim you can  always relax in the warm swirl pools and  ease away some of those aches and pains.  Don't forget ''Father's bay" coming lip  soon; get your card and gifts now! ��� Miss  .^Bee's, -Sechelt'' ..777"  OPEN JUNE 15th-7 A.M.-11 P.M.  4 Miles East of Earls Cove on  Hwy. 101 at Ruby Lake  * GROCERY - FRESH PRODUCE  * COOKED & FROZEN MEAT  ���COMPLETE DAIRY  * DELI-CASE [HOT & COLD SUB.  SANDWICHES]  '*:.ICE;77''7.  .*��� PHOTO FILM  * CAMP GAS  * OUTBOARD MOTOR OIL  * MAGAZINES  * FISHING LICENCES & TACKLE  COFFEE FROM 7 AM - 10 PM  THE GREAT BOSS IS AWAY  V        -1. ^,.777   \:*'^::  '���M--**.,  &��.  SELLABRATION  885-9816  Atk about our  "Packag*" deals.  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SAUS �� SSRVIC-  IN THE M OF SECHELT  Admiral  <S��> Murk of Quality  ' APPLIANCES * TELEVISIONS  YOUR JAPANESE  IMPORT HEADQUARTERS  ��� We may not have some of  these vehicles currently In stock,  hut they en eH reeoKy evmmHo*  (IIKlMHt  SAUS'SfRVIC.  "llEXT'WST"IIAIIY,Sr^CTECT^^^���  ������ ��� - -   You Are The Winner, When You Shop Suncoast Chrysler  885-5111  1 %  885-3231  PageB^       The Peninsula Times  May .30,1979  Help Wanted  For Rent  Real Estate  Mobile Homes  Boats and Engines       Wanted to Buy  CLASSIFIED_ADVJEII3IN_G_ RATES  Phone 885-3231  Published Wednesdays by  ��� The Peninsuta Times  for Westpres Publications Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  7300 Copies Distributed  Classified Advertising Rates:   3-line Ad-Btiefs (12 words  One Insertion $2.15  -xJtafe Insertions,,,-.,��� -.���$4.30-  Exmi Lines (4 words)   60c  P ��� Display Ad-Briefs ���  $3.60 per column inch  - Box Numbers ... $1.00 extra  Legal or Reader advertising 30c  per agate line.  Deaths, Card of Thanks, . In  Memoriarn,- Marriage and  Engagement Notices, are $7.00  (up to 14 lines) and 60c per line  after that. Four words per line.'  Birth Notices, Coming Events  take regular classified rates.  Ad-Briefs musf be paid for in  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  to receive cash discount.  2- CHILD-CARE workers  needed in alternate school-  in Gibsons & Pender Harbour  for Sept. 1. Apply by June 4 to  SC Community Service  Society, Box 1069, Sechelt.  1157-28  Subscription Rates:  By Mail:  'tdcal"A>ecT,*7'."rT7"7r: T.T$7;00yf.~  Outside Local Area .... $8.00 yr.  u:ka.~ ::.:: .\..;.-.. .$10.00 yr.  Overseas $11.00 yr.  Senior Citizens,  Local Area  $6.00  Single Copies \. 20c ea  Announcements  ^.ALCOHOLICS Anonymous  Meeting, every Thurs., 8:30.  "pmrWilsorrereek-eommunity  Hall. 885-2896 or 885-3394. 4816-  tf   CRAFTS    PEOPLE!    Interested  in a  booth for  Roberts Creek Daze July 14??  Call Cindy Kirt at 8864437.  "     "1158 27  GARAGE SALE: Sun, June 3;  10 am-6 pm. 7 Isles Apartment, Hwy 101, elec stove,  fridges, dressers, bicycles,  beds, exhaust fans, cameras,  baking products, mixes, paper  bags, noxes, kitchenware, TV  etc. 883-2676. 1214-27  Work Wanted  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES LTD.   -  "LetTT-srrcare" for-your tree-  needs:  -Topping  -Falling  -Limbing  Insured work  DELUXE-PENTHOUSE-Apt.-  with approx. 1,400 sq. ft.  living area. Blue plush carpeted stairway leading up to  15%' x 24' living rm, blue w-w,  44 ft. rosewood feature wall,  wall of stonework with hooded  elec. fireplace. *Swag lamps,  upholstered wet bar with  colonial stools; sliding glass  doors opening onto deck  featuring spiral stairway. 3  bdrm vanity bath with large   ___l    gilt mirror. Open cabinet  West    indu8triM-j--4_ifctf1gn>   dining   rm   with  crystalcltandelifir&jiiirrored  Slanters. - :Lovely::::ctrape!  lruout. Colored appliances  View-Rent $300 per mo, Port  Mellon Hwy. Ph. 886-9352.  1070-27  HELP WANTED  "TCTTa  requires    immediately    a  . matur.e~pe-Sot._ta. service  food and beverage vending machines on a part-  time basis (seasonal  hours) at the Langdale  Ferry Terminal. Applicants  must be bondable with  transportation and have  flexible hours available to  meet job requirements.  Training provided.. Those  Interested may ' have interview arranged  phoning   Vancouver  by  873-1711  MADEIRA PARK.  1  bdrm  furn. house, w-w ' carpet,  fireplace. 738-5704.       1082-27  GAMBIER- JSLAND.-New-  home on 1 acre; 3 bdrm,  ensuite plumbing, 5 min. from  West Bay wharf. 886-2027.  1036-27  PRIVACY IN Sechelt Village.  100 x 260. Short walk to  beach,   stores   &   school,  ;^12,900.88&-2087. r - -    1063-27  TO SETTLE an estate, 56' lot  on Hyw.101, HopkinsrLdg.  Prov. assessed value $13,200.  ,885-2416. 1075-27  s_-__VIEW~LOT- Davis-Bay-area.-  j.    nGrentiy-s-oping- treed corner"  lot about 5J'_x 237'. Very weD  prieed by owner at $12,900  with some terms considered.  885-3737. 1089-27  -12x66'~4--BDRM.-Priced^for-  quick     -sale.      885-2600  anytime. 3489-tf  20x57' REX DW home. 5 appliances, carpets, drapes.  OTO $18,000 must be moved,  excellent condition. 112-888-  6611.       f U65-29  -MOORAGE AVAILABLE  Secret Cove  Sailboats, Houseboats  Small Boats  Long or Short Term  885-3818 Days  885-5583 Eves  1208-29  18'.'.. SHINGLE, or-24!! _shake_  blocks to purchase on a 50-50  cutout basis. Contact Cornie,  885-9417 after 4:30p.m.; Fred,  886-2284, 9-4., Timber marks  required. Cornel - Sawmills,  Wilson Creek, 1101-tf  For Sale  Campers and Trailers*   Cars and Trucks  "Our reputation  speaks for itself"  ph. 885-2109 '  3283-tf  Personal  DIVORCE! $100 Plus Filing  Fees ��� .Obtain your uncontested divorce - fast - over  the telephone. Our forms and  typing' ervices.are lawyer  approved. Call Self-Counsel  Services toll free (112) 800^63-  3035. Chargex. and Master-  charge accepted.        4325-tfn  NEED A Divorce? For free  information '   and  Jirofessional, fast, inexpensive  awyer-designed services,  contact: Vancouver Divorce  Service, Suite 8, 1734 W.  Broadway, Vancouver, B.C.  V6J1Y1. Ph. 736-2684.   4851-27  INCORPORATE yourself  fast - over the telephone.  Our forms and typing services  are lawyer approved. Call  Self-Counsel Services toll free  (112) 800-663-3035. Chargex  and Mastercharge approved.  4324-tfn  SENIOR PERSON who wants   to��� share   permanently  waterfront home. Have sufficient privacy - but not lonely.  Box310M, Sechelt.       1210-tf  Work Wanted  WINDOW CLEANING  Hourly or Contract  1        . free estimates  885-5735 mornings  3527-tf  THUNDER PAINTING  Interior & Exterior  professional work at  reasonable rates  Free Estimates  5 years on the coast  885-3301 & 886-7619  3861-tf  FOR CUSTOM rototilllng, call  885-9468. 1073-27  _-���  i  SMALL APPLIANCE  REPAIR  through  MILLER MARINE  ELECTRONICS  886-7918  3822-tfn  WE DO housecleaning. Phone  Joyce, 886-9067 or Bonnie,  886-9635. 11131-28  CLAPP'S CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing. All  types of Concrete Work.  Breaking and hauling away of  old    concrete.    Concrete  leakage problems. Seepage or  high pressure leaks.  Phone Wayne Clapp  for free estimates  885-2125  .  after 7 p.m.  Box 1341, Sechelt  1211-tf  Help Wanted  EXPERIENCED TV & Stereo  technician to work part-  time on commission. Contact  Miller Marine Electronics.  886-79187 4811"*  BACKHOE     OPERATOR.  Exp'd  on  Case   580-B's  preference given to 2 or 3 yrs.  experienced. 885-3853. 1130-tfn  QUALIFIED childcare  worker wanted to coordinate Roberts Creek Summer  Fun Program for Children,  age 6-13 & supervise volunteer  staff. Must have experience.  Reply Box 310 R, Sechelt or  ph. 885-5059 eves. 1174-27  STUDENT SUMMER em-  ployment. Mountain Hotel is  now hiring students for  positions as waitresses, sales  clerks, bartender, chambermaids, cafeteria help,  cooks and gas station attendants. Monthly salary $700  less room end board. Call or  write Northlander Hotel;  Rogers Pass, B.C. VOA 1N0.  Ph, 837-2126. 1182-27  SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 92,  Nisgha._Applicati6ns^ are  invited for the position of  Supervisor of Elementary and  Secondary Instruction, effective September 1, 1979.  Qualifications: Demonstrated  leadership abilities;  Professional teaching certificate; Successful experience in administration  and teaching; Experience or  interest in Native Indian  education. Duties: Under the  direction of the District  Superintendent of Schools:  assist in the improvement of  instruction through classroom  visits, demonstrations, in-  service; promote curriculum  development and implementation; assist in the  development of budget;  maintain a District  Assessment programme and  provide consultation in individual learning problems.  Salary: In accordance with  the 1979 Salary Agreement  plus $3500 administration  allowance. Applications with  supporting documentation  should be sent by May 31st to:  . Mr.._ N. Keis, District  , Superintendent of Schools,  ' School District No. 92  (Nisgha), General Delivery,  New Aiyansh, B.C. V0J 1A0  (633-2228). 1185-27  EMOTIONALLY mature  houseparents required for  maintenance of eight bed  receiving home. Must have  sufficient-parenling-skil_s-to-  Renting  One bedroom  apartments  * Balconies ,  * Colored Appliances  * View  * Wall to wall carpet  "^ Drapes  * Intercom  * Controlled Entrance  * Cablevision       \  Rent from $190.00  Call DOUG FERRIS  885-2283  POST & BEAM 2 bdrm home.  Francis Peninsula. With  'carpet thruout. Cabinet kitchen, oil furn. Franklin FP,  bsmt, wraparound porch.  110' x 101' lot by Govt, wharf.  Fineview of Gerrans Bay. 883-  JflgL 1138-28  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  !  I  I  i  l  JL  I  I  I  I  L.  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  '* 3 lines for $2.15  Run your ad 3 times for the price of 2.  Print your nrl In the iquoru1, Ba sum lo laov�� -blank spcxo niter each  word.  Tliroo linn- Is $. .1 5. Ecul additional lino It 60c,  Take advantage ol our spoclal lavlngl.  * Run your ad twk�� -~ tho third llmo Ii f MG,  * If you pay for y 'ir ad tho Saturday btfor* publication you g��t a  discount.-- 25c for 1 Insertion ��� SOc for 3,  Mall us your ad, or drop It offi  In Socholt at tho Ponlniulo Tlmoi Oiliest  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  Box 310 Stchtlt, B.C.  VON 3A0  CLASSIFICATION  *2  18J  I  60��  60'  Nam*  . i  Addrtm  . _W9K ^^^ '^M�� MM WW i^RsT��S^P5 P*��jTlnr"^^i  * T��,,i^^^ ~~" mf~9 ~mW  ^WV. ^^  ^^^ ^WW  ~mm) Wm  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  WATERFRONT   HOUSE;   2  bdrm for rent by week June-  Aug. 885-2754.   ' 1091-27  FOR RENT:   Wilson Creek  Community Hall and Scout  Hall. Call Mabel Dooley at 885-  9804. 3691-tf  MOBILE HOME pad in West  Sechelt. 885-2079.     4962-tfn  MAPLE CRESCENT Apartments. 1, 2 & 3 bdrm apts.  Reas. rent. Incl. heat,  cablevision, stove, fridge. 886-  7836 or apply Apt. No. 103-A.  4121-tfn  l^WXUSOHViaidrm bsmt.  home in Selma Park on view  ipty. Good location. Ph. 461-  184. 1127-28  2 BDRM mobile home, 12x60,  as new, $190. Ideal for  someone interested in gardening. Before 10 am, after 6  pm, 885-9786.' 1176-29  work with children who may  have some degree of social or  emotional disturbance. Send  resume to: Smithers  Receiving Home Society, Box  2323, Smithers, B.C. VOJ 2N0.  Ph. 847-3182. 1192-27  PUBLIC ACCOUNTING  R.I.A. or C.G.A, with P-A  experience required by  Fraser Valley practice.  Equity position available to  suitable applicant. Send  complete resume to: Box 8018.  o-o Chilliwack Progress, 38  Spadina Ave., Chilliwack,  B.C, V2P6H9. 1198-27  DISC JOCKEY, Monday  through Saturday. Apply in  person, The Cellar, Powell  River, 9:30 pm-10:30 pm or  phone 483-3331. 172-29  Hitters Cove  Film Extra's  being cast  for C.B.C,  v Ritters Cove.,  JUNE1,10 am.  Community  Hall,  Egmont  mo-s  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  JL  I  I  I  I  I  I  ELDERLY LADY neodh  companion., Shuro seaside  home, light duties &  remuneration. Non-smoker  pref. 886-2147. 1099-27  Wanted to Rent  FURNISHED BDRM-bath. 6  months  occasional  use.  Lady, Sechelt-Halfmoon Bay.  Box 310 F, Sechelt.      1146-28  WANT SMALL house near or  fcch. imrncd, 3JBcrfl  aval  fail.  1170-27  Business Opportunities  NOW LOCAL Amway  distributor offers opportunity for good earnings.  You pick the hours, we assist.  For appt, call Paul Morris,  926-0807T y       3918"  * RENTIBM  selectr^Wpewriter  Student rate $35 month  For more info re: Service,  Rentals, or Purchase (calc. (  T.W.) call:  -   BEEBY  Office Equipment  . 434-9144  487&-20,  LOCALAMWAYDistributoris  helping many persons earn  money working two to four  hours a day. We can help you.  For Interview, call 885-0595.  1103-28  10 ACRES high occupancy  Homepark in developing  central B.C. village, public  services, schools, stores,  laundromat. 13 sites completed, potential 57 sites plus  overnignters. Write Box 235,  Vanderhoof, B.C. VOJ 3A0.  Ph6no 5674186. 1110-20  VANCOUVER ISLAND,  Successful restaurant. Sales  over $200,000. Day operation,  closed Sundays & holidays.  Est'd. over 30 years, Excellent P&L. seatj. 82, prime  location, fully modern, air"  conditioned. Asking $130,000.  Contact Bob Berry or Rudy  Wince. J.H. Whittome & Co.  Ltd,, 68 Station St., Duncan,  B.C.V9LlM5.Ph.746-816L  1183-27  MONEY MAKERI Modern 23  unit motel on strategic  thoroughfare, Princeton. B.C.  S50,000. Financing available,  edy Alleman, United Realty.  3879 Oak St., Vancouver V6M  2M6. Ph. 736-3031. 1189-27  Real Estate  NEAR-NEW 3 "bdrm 1,000 sq.  ft., sundeck, carports, w-w  enroots, big bright kitchen  with fridge and stove, drapes  Incl, Situated on quiet no-thru  street, with nice ocean view,  > Second house on Marble lid.  on loft side In Wilson Creek.  31-d-WOtftyllwlW-^^  fer,   Ph,   245.7883  collects  eves. 1107-tf  t/f ��� T/m��#' Adbrlmf*  to Soil, Rotit.Buy  EXCEPTIONALLY fine view  lot In West Socholt. On  sewer. Ph. 885-9790.    4724-tfn  MUST SELL 1,500 sq. ft. A-  f rame, all appliances. Semi-  furn. Very private.  2 lots.  Leased land. 883-9459. $28,000.  1161-28  EXECUTIVE~r home- -_n~  -Shuswap Lake Estates, 1540  sq ft plus full bsmt on approximately one-third acre  lot; Family size kitchen with  lots of spacious oak cabinets.  Other features include dining  room, living room, 3  bedrooms, 1 full bath, one %  bath, 2 open fireplaces, 3 patio  doors leading to sundeck  along entire length of house  with brick barbecue plus  beautiful view of Shuswap  Lake. 2 car attached garage  with entrance to basement.  Price $84,900. Will take other  property on trade. Call Ken at  1-403-5784057. 1184-27  FOR SALE: 82 acre farm with  section grazing lease. New  log house and barns. Kispioux  River frontage. $130,000. Ph.  842-5573. J. Harlow, R.R. 1,  Kispiox, Hazelton, B.C. VOJ  1Y0. 1197-27  ft;    2 BDRM Bendix Modular, No.  6,   Tsawcome   Properties.  For info. ph. 885-3947.   1213-29  .JBOO ACRE ranch9 between  Smithers and Houston, B.C.  480 deeded, 320 leased.  Modern home, hay land,  creek, outbuildings. $177,000.  A. Zyp, R.R. 1 Telkwa, B.C.  VOJ 2X0.Ph. 846-5487.   1186-27  SPECTACULAR    serviced  view lot. Granthams Ldg.  Excavated,���.ready to build,  approved   water   system,  .private. $16,000,885-9439. 1164-  BY OWNER: Pender Harbour. 3 bdrm custom-built  executive home. Approx 2800  sq ft. Indoor fish pond in large .  circular living rm & dining  rm, separate cocktail rm.  double FP on main floor, 2 full  bathrooms, sunken tub w-  Jacuzzi in master's ensuite,  large kitchen & family room  in part bsmt, ocean vieW, 2  patios, 1.33 acres. $110,000.  Ph. R. Small, 883-2212. 1173-29  Mobile Homes  'CLEAN 3 BDRM Port Royal  12 x 60\ Completely mobile  with wheels, some appliances.  Asking only $10,800. Jack  iNoble, 883-2701. H.B. Gordon  Agencies Ltd., 885-2013. 1040-  tfn  PUBLIC TRUSTEE Estate  Sale, The Public Trustee as  Administrator of the estate of  Frank Townsend Lewis offers  for sale the following estate  asset: 1970 Marlette Mobile  Home, Registration No; 30414,  located at Pad 05, Sunshine  Court Trailer Park, Highway  101, RR No. 2, Gibsons, B.C.  Two-bedroom, 12' x 60' mobile  home, wood panel walls,  carpet, fake wood ceiling  beams, double sink, connected  to water and sewer. Woll  furnace and 60 amp fuse box,  Monthly pad rfihtaits $78; The  property will be open for inspection on Thursday, 31st,  ��� May, 1979, between the hours  of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Written  , otters for this property will be  received by the undersigned  up to 12 noon on Monday; June'  111, 1970. No representations  aro made with respect to the  condition of or title to the  property. The highest offer or  any offer not necessarily  accepted. Cash preferred but  torms considered, Enquiries  may be directed to the  Proporty Department, office  of tho Public Trustee. 685-2431,  Local 16. Clinton W. Foote,  Public Trustee, 800 Hornby  Street, Vancouver, B.C, V0Z  2C5. 1125-27  '7612x68 Berkshire, 3 bdrm,  carpet, drapos, all appliances incl. washer & dryer.  Lge sundeck. Asking ��15,000.  JtaKL,��� , mm  "74   12x06  SAFEWAY,   3  bdrm. all appl., good cond,  Asking $n,W)M-��444, 4056-  20 v  748%' Cannonball Camper, 3-  way fridge, 3-brnr stove w-  oven^mrnace, sink, dinette,  she 4, hyd. jacks, as new,  ?$W()0;Bob'88W2iror885-2503r  4896-tf  22'    GLENDALE    Golden  Falcon travel trailer, $3,950.  884-5392. 1035-27  18 FT.  TRAVEL  trailer,  Skylark.   Sips.   6.   Toilet,  fridge, stove. 883- 2336. 1124-28  LIKE NEW camper for sm.  truck. Sips 4 ��� 4 hydraulic  jacks, 2 brn. stove, ice box,  -etc.Usedenly-twice-885-3674.���  1136-28  LADIES, 'Mens, Childrens,  Maternity Clothing, 'New &  '65 MERGUR��-PU-%-T-short���Nearly New^.��� Encore  box, running cond., need    Boutique, 2445 Marine Dr., W  Boats and Engines  24 FT. REINELL cabin  cruiser with head, sink  stove, ice box." 225 hp, trim-  tabs, depth sounder, gd. cond.  1-0 OMC $11,000. 885-2427 aft.  6. 1105-28  VEGA I Troller at Gibsons. 6  ton A license. 32 ft.. Beam  over 9 ft. 886-7792.        1104-28  19* GREW LAPSTREAK boat,  100 HP Merc, exc. sea boat  for fishing. Lge. cockpit. 25  gal. fuel tank, tac compass,  sounder, anchor, Jackets, etc.  : 2,000,886-7810. 1135-28  work, with canopy. $450 obo  886-7877. 1129-28  ^77 DATSUN 280Z, air cond.,  .'- am-fm -.radio,- reclining-  bucket seats, 6 steel belted  radials. 28,000 mi. exc. cond.  886-9047. U34-tfn  '73 N-SW YORKER  Brougham. Almst every  option, sun rf, Pullman seat.  Almost new SB radials; exc.  cond. Take trade. W.H.Y. or  $3,450 cash. 885-3584.    1151-26  '69 FORD E_C��NQJ-_-NE_vanr-  fair cond. $600.885-5740.  1150-26  *BOAT MOVING  ���MARINE WAYS  *CERT. MECHANICS  *WELDING  ���FIBERGLASS REPAIRS  GARDEN BAY  MARINE  SERVICES LTD.  Sinclair Bay Rd.  883-2722  MILLERMARINE  ELECTRICAL SERVICES ,  All marine wiring & marine  electrical repairs.  886-7918  1141-tfn  2 ONLY Aluminum boats 16*  need work Best offer. 885-  2232. 4963-26  '73 FIBERFOBM 22%';  188  Mercihfifo; depth sounder;  compass; fresh water cooling.  885-2788. 1054-27  HEADWATER MARINA  LTD  Moorage and Marine Ways.  Down Narrows Road  ,    883-2406 24 hours  3826-tfn  25 FT. C&C, 3 sails, 2 anchors,  sounder, compass, 9.9  Evinrude, two 5-gal. gas  tanks, lifelines, life jackets,  $18,500. 885-2503 or 624-1535.  1071-27  REBUILT ENGINES  FOR SALE  6V53 Overhauled Marin* .  453 Detroit DU����I  U.*d 6 cyl. Dl������l Marina  PENDER HARBOUR  DIESEL LTD.  Hwy 101, Pandar Harbour  883-2616  '69 FORD  100 j>ickup, gd.  running order,  $950.  885-  3650. 4974-tfn  73 CORTINA L 2000," std7,  50,000 mi., new brakes, good  run cond., $1,500.885-5442.  1031-27  LOGGING TRUCK. 1975  Hayes "Clipper" 400  Qirnrnins 10-speed, 2-speed  auxiliary. Peerless rigging  with scales. Very good condition. $30,000. Phone Telkwa  846-5331 or 846-5528.      1114-27  '71 CHEV Impala 4 dr htp.  Asking $1200 obo. 885-5292.  .1166-27  '70 MAVERICK, very good  cond'n. $1000.886-2504. 1178-  27  '73 VEGA with 4. spd, 57.883  mi. Needs body work. $65u  obo. 885-3910 aft 6.       1198-29  '761 TON Van, heavy duty, 350  V8, auto, 8 ply tires, $1350.  885-3910 aft. 6. 1199-29  Motorcycles  '78   KAWASAKI   100.   G5.  Enduro. Gd. cond., approx.  1,700 mi., $450 obo. 883-9084.  1068-27  KAWASAKI KH400, 1,300 mi.  Full    Richman    racing  ferring, excel, cond'n. $1000.  886-7963. 1203-29  Livestock   ,  HORSESHOEING. Call Bob  Hopkiruj eves. 886-9470.. 3300-  tfn  15'SANGSTER, 1975. 60 HP  Evinrude. 883-2386 aft. 6.  1215-27  26' BOAT, I-B, head, VHF,  CB,    recording    depth  sounder, many extras, van,  324-0544 or Pender 883-2322.  1177-39  'BOAT 53' Freezer Troller  19.85 ton. 'A' licence, all top-  notch equip't Including Vfll  LXB Gardner, now In 1978.  Asking $170,000 plus licence.  642-8226, Sooke, B.C.     1181-27  17�� BOAT, now I-O, Palmoi^  Volvo marine engine, 190  hn. teak deck, trlr incl, Some  finishing to bo done. Sell  cheap. 988-1656 for Info. 1107-  27  45 HP Chrysler outboard mtr,  elec start, remote controls,  SttofJtfixttl. cond'n, WOO. _, ...  )23. 1200-27  30' McQUEEN cabin cruiser,  must sell. $12,000.885-280!).  1204-28  CHICKS - brown egg layers,  white Leghorns, white  Rocks. Order early-ship  anywhere. Napier Chicfc  Sales, 6743-216th St., Box 59,  Milrter, B.C. VOX 1T0. 534-  7222. 3462-tf  HORSESHOEING,    exper'd.  Farrier, Warren Drader  available, 886-2977.      4864-30  ATTN HORSE owners. We  have a barn, green grass,  clover & lots of room. You  supply feed & care & a small  monthly fee. 886-7453.   1132-28  HALLMARK Registered  Heref ords. Selling 45 quality  yearling heifers and bulls.,  Ready to breed 50 cows with  calves. Tom Hopkins, 4218  King George Highway,  Surrey, B.C. Phone 594-9568.  1115-29  LOSt  SMALLISH  old  sheepdo  answers to Maxine.  Wl  face,    silver-grey    coat,  recently dipped. Pis call  Diane, 886-9324 eves.    1175-27  > -���-'���'���'       ���  ....��  Found  2 MO. OLD kitten, blackish  gray, white feet, Hwy 101 In  front of Benner's Furniture.  Ph. 885-5010. 1216-27  Pets    REG'D AIREDALE pups,  champion sired, whelped  April 9th. Guaranteed, $250 w-  papera and shots. Keith and  Shirley Beglau, 7511 No. 4  Road. Richmond, B.C. VOY  2T4. Ph. 278-0349, 1100-27  GERMAN SHEPHERD  puppies from world's finest  bloodlines. For work or show,  Exceptional temperament.  Phono Crofton, 246-3800. 1101-  28  Wanted to Buy  LOGS OR TIMBER wanted,  fir,  hemlock  or  codnr.  Pornolso Bay Logging Ltd.  ..,t.!'"7."'';.'.!.. ' t. j1.1; .V'-'MHWs.mmi.i   iswsi ��������� ,  SCUBA EQUIPMENT  wanted, Tank,, regulator,  spear gun and lead, Also small  flnshv, Carponter work for  part, 880-2737. 1053-27  Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon-Sat,  10-5; 1414 Lonsdale, N. Van.,  980-8011. - . 4457-tf_  LUMBER:-2x4s - li) ft; 2x6s --  20 ft; 3x8s - 60 ft; 2x10s - 45  ft. Ph. 522-3328. 3460-tf  OLDER FRIGIDAIRE, 50"  . tall, working cond. small  icebox, $50.883^958.    4812-25  #  OIL RANGE with new 30 gal  hot water tank. 883-3905.  1030-27  SANSUI _400_0 J50_i_l___tate~  amplifrer, AM, FM, 65 watts  per cnan. Handles 3 speaker  systems. Checked by Sansui.  $200 firm.. 885-5252.       1032-27  QUEST   PROPANE   camp  cook stove, 4 burner, 2 oven,  ige. grill. Offers. 883-2496.   ----- 1034-27-  16"    TRIMMER-EDGER  weedeatfer and 50' of cord,  $75. Ph. after 6,886-8270.  1037-  27  ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES  incl. conduit, EMT connectors,' wire, clamps, fuses,  main switches etc. '65 Galaxie  500 for parts; fridge, roof  rack, in-box tire mount etc.  885-2339. 1163-29  SWEDISH humus toilet, good  operating cond'n. Requires  electrical power. 885-3686.  1167-27  GREEN LOVE seat and sofa.  Good cond'n. $300.885-9259.  1168-29  COLONIAL    fireside  chesterfield   and   chair,  some wear. $100.886-7408.  1172-27  34' CONSTRUCTION trailer,  tandemT'axles & wheels,  insulated, w-2 workbenches,  fluorescent! lighting, $1500.  885-9563. * 1179-29  FULL LINE of straight wall  steel buildings. Specially  reduced. 40x60 and 50x80. Can-  West Steel Buildings, Box 144,  BCYCNA, 808-207 W. Hastings  St, Vancouver, B.C. V6B1H7.  1180-27  CUSTOM log homes and  cabins, band-crafted on site  or pre-fab by B.C.'s most  experienced and trusted log  builders. Satisfaction  guaranteed. Bar-Bell Enterprises, 6607 Vine St.,  Vancouver V6P 5W6, Ph. 263-  2935. 1188-27  HOLIDAYS! Pan for Gold at  Grizzly Gulch Diggings, 10  miles from Barkervfile, B.C.  $10 per day per family. June  26th to Sept. 10th. Brochures  and information, Barkerville  Museum, Barkerville, B.C.  V0K1B0. 1194-27  DISTRIBUTORS wanted for  gas-saving mini-  supercharger; Ram-Jet II.  The gas saver which works.  This Is NOT a gimmick. It's  the real thing. FBD Enterprise, 0138-flth Ave.,  Whitehorse. Yukon Y1A 1S2.  Ph.(403)667-7490.        1195-27  1ST CLASS(fish boats for sale.  Robert Archer, phone 926-  7007; Victoria 479-8822.  Seiners, draggers, trollera,  gillnetters, Call me if your  boat is for sale. We buy fish  too. 1196-27  KUBA STEREO, french  colonial fruitwood, $75;  2  decorator rugs, woven wool,  eyw-pattern. 885-3629. 1205-  GARDENPESTICIDES  & CHEMICALS  now sold at  MACLEODS  Sechelt  4965-24  ' More Classified Page B-4  ICE CASTLES LTD.  Party Ice,  Block Ice  For Every Occasion  WE DELIVER  Minimum Ordvr  Required  886-2641  AT LOWEST  COMPETITIVE PRICES -.-...A-  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  Highway 101 at Francis Peninsula IM. 883-2794  WATERFRONT ACREAGE ��� MIDDLEPOINT AREA -  Two-4 acre parcels.  150' frontage. Your Here's a great spot for the family ... a 1482  choice $50,000 each.        - - -    - sq ft 3 bedroom. 2 full bathroom-home on  McNAUGHTON POINT  almost 10 acres of gently sloping and well  1.9   acres, of   choice   view   waterfront treed soil. This ideal place has everything  'overlooking Malaspfna Strait, Most charm-  ing 3 bedroom home with sunken living  room, ship deck floors and cut stone  fireplace. A little sprucing up will make this  J9t_eat.wjatth_mych moreJhanJhe $70,000  asking price.   '  MADEIRA-PARK-  Highon a hill overlooking the harbour, Gulf  and islands-Is a-large-'(100' x 164') lot  waiting for your inspection. The sweeping  view is unmatched and what an investment! $12,500 for quick sale.  EXCEPTIONALLY LARGE LOT ���  Desirable location  an  Francis Peninsula.  Over an acre of privacy in a park-like  ~setting."Wate7anll-powe"r"afeT61rTilc^1fner  Close to the water and just a short walk to  the Government Wharf ��� Can be yours for  ~$15,000.   -WATERFRONT LOT ���  ' Deep protected moorage at Egmont. This lot  has trailer pad, water, power and septic  field already in. An opportunity plus at  $35,000.  HASLAM CREEK WATERFRONT ���  -A.unique.and Incredibly beautiful property.  of 15 acres and approx 750' of beach. In-  ~ eluded is a 4 ocre oyster lease, small cabin  and year 'round creek. An investment to  suit either an individual or a  group  at  $165,000 with terms.  and Is |ust 3 years old. At $60,000 there's  not a better investment ori the Peninsula.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ���  "PENDEROSA"  at  Garden   Bay.   Drive-In.  ���..take-out, .groceries,- 2    bedroom    living  quarters with close water view. Here's a   growing J_u_!_L*__L__!ld__fl99.d_ hojnjr|n_the_  most sought after spot on the B.C. coast.  Like to live here wouldn't you? Call Mike  Rosse at 883-9378.  . PART TIME ��� Why be a thumb twiddler. We  can show you a small, growing business  currently operating 6 hrs per day, 4 days  per week. Lots of time for fishing or [ust  taking things easy. A small investment will  bring rewords ... Call Mike Rosse at 883-  9378.  HARBOUR SUPPLIES��� Plumbing, electrical,  furniture and appliances. This business'  showsagood return ancHs-increasing-every-  year. No competition for miles. Perfect  operation for couple wanting to make their  future in this area. Priced to sell quickly so  don't delay, phone now for details. Jock  Herman, 883-9978.'   HARBOUR^AOTORSi���Lcrt .Kielndale.^bay  service station,' body shop and store.  Separate small 3 bedroom home for owner.  This is a money-making situation. If you're a  good bodyman, this is it) Call Mike Rosse at  883-9378.  Wednesday, May 30,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageB-3  mmmmmmtr-  7:    BOX 100  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  ;",883.2-t33  REALTY  LTD.  TOLL FREE FROM  VANCOUVER:  689-7623  Member of Multiple-.Listing Service  John Breen > 883-9978       Mike Rosse 883-9378    Jock Hermon 883-2745  FLORON  AGENCIES LTD.  95  Real Estate & Insurance  Box 238,1589 Marine Drive, Gibsons  886-2248  L  LANGDALE ��� Panoramic view of Howe Sound and North Shore Mts.,  from this comfortable 2 bdrm family home. Ha�� finished basement with  kitchen and bath facilities (in-law ste., or?). Main floor is 1022 sq ft, has  large LR with FP and w/w carpeting. Range, fridge and drapes included.  Carport with leaved drive. Sundeck for summer relaxation. Only $57,500.  SELMA PARK,��� .Luxurious custom built home.has three bdrms, also  completely finished basement. Cathedral entrance is brightened by  mirror wall; deluxe carpeting throughout and many extra features, i.e.  builtin oven, dishwasher, etc. Exterior is finished with vinyl siding;  property is landscaped and has a view to Trail Islands. Just a 1/4 mile to  school and located in choice residential area. Don't fail to see this fine  home. Asking $67,000.00  ROBERTS CREEK ��� This well-built contemporary home has over 1040 sq  ft, is located on Hanbury Road, and has over 20 acres with all-year creek,  power, young orchard, good gardening ��� beautifully treed. This property  offers complete seclusion and privacy. By appointment only, call John  Black for details.  ROBERTS CREEK - COACH ROAD, 2 bdrm home on large lot; lower floor  has utility room, storage and extra lavatory. Some view of Georgia Strait  from upper floor; priced to sell at $39,500.  SECHELT ��� 2 bdrm mobile home with large LR. Large rec room, sundeck  and storage has been added. In first class condition with W/W  throughout. Priced at $24,000, J. Black.  LANGDALE ��� Many oustanding features in this contemporary styled 3  bdrm home. Spacious master bdrm with sauna, wired and lined;  cathedral celling in LR, finished In Calif, redwood; FP finished with  Arizona sandstone. Kitchen has barbecue & rotlsserle, ceramic tile floor.  Basement ready for finishing touches, has a window wall. Cozy family  room adjoins kitchen. 2 FP with heatllators, double glazing on main floor.  $85,000. Call George Cooper for app't.  ROBERTS GREEK ��� 3 bdrm home on Lower Road; full basement with a/o  heat; large lot 110 x 145' has some fruit trees, space for garden. House  has FP In living room and sundeck for summer leisure. Priced at $4,8,000.  GIBSONS ��� Lpwer Village^, fantastic view from LR, 2 bdrms on main floor  with den or extra bdrm in basement. FP In living room and very good  convenient kitchen. Close to shopping, on sewer. Priced to sell at  $46,900.  GIBSONS WFT Gower Point area; 2 bdrms, large living room wllh FP,  oloctrlc heat, full basement could be made Into rec room or extra living  area, Garage wllh lighted drive, beautifully landscaped. Very choice  property. $85,000.  PORT MELLON ��� Cozy 3 bcirm home on Dunham Road, FP in living room,  attached carport, nice size lot 70 x 173. Asking $37,500.  GIBSONS��� Rural area, very nice 2 bdrm home wllh dinette, utility and  storage shod. One-half acre of property Includes trailer pad. Asking  $48,000.  LOTS  GLASSFORD ROAD ~- Nice building lot, on tewer; good residential area.  $13,000.  FIRCREST RD��� New subdivision, lot size 61 x 131. Priced at only $9,700.  LOWER GIBSONS ��� 3 lots, corner School Road and Hiway 101,  liomondous potential, high traffic area. $175,000.  GRANTHAMS -- three lots on Reed Road. Good Investment property,  potential view. Asking $8,750 each.  WHARF ROAD, Langdale. Good building lot 65 x 193', good residential  area. Try your offer.  Ron McSavaney, 885-3339;  George Cooper, 886-9344  HOMES  GIBSONS ��� 2 BR residence with one BR  suite-on-Hwy-1017 adjacent to Seaview-  Plaza. Good investment at $53,500.  FRANCIS    PENINSULA   ���    12   x    44'  Glendale mobile home with 430 sq ft  " additiortrbrT T/3T�� acre ldFr$2"875~00T~  ,tViSfe!s������jse-K*!ci��^  GULFVIEW   ROAD   ���   Madeira   Park,  fantastic view fromthisnew home'��� 3~  new appliances, fireplace. $87,000.  SINCLAIR BAY ROAD��� 3 BR view home,  1656 sq. ft., built 1974. Dble. carport,!  storage room, heated 34'x20' swimming  pool. Large lot,  level & fenced, with  large garden area, $130,000.  GARDW��AT^3WlpirteverKo7ne7-  built 1977. 6 appliances, 2 sundecks,,  carport! 'Excellent- view.    Landscaped  semi-waterfront lease lot. $35,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� Near new 3  T-drm split level. Fireplace,- sundeck &  carport $60,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� interesting 4 BR view  home, - architect designed. 5 major  appliances. $77,000.  IRVINES LANDING ��� 3 BR view home,  stone_Jlrepbce,_ensulte, .6-.appJlanc����,  Close to marina. $75,000. One car taxi  business-available with-above for-additional $10,000.  MIDDLEPOINT ��� 2 BR home, 1100 sq ft  on 9.5+ fairly level, treed acres. Well.  850+   ft   frontage   on   Highway   101.-  $49,00d.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 4 BR home with view  on landscaped lot. Large workshop &  equipment storage area in back. Ideal  location for builder/contractor. $69,500.  NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 BR home,  fireplace, sundeck, 3/4 acre lot on Hwy  101. $37,500.  GARDEN BAY ��� 4 BR home on 2 levels.  Electric heat. Landscaped, close to stores  & marinas. $54,000.  LIUIES (PAQ) LAKE ��� 3 BR home on 5:fc-  acres. Fruit trees, garden. View over  lake. $77,500.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR home,  built 1976. Ensuite, fireplace, double  carport, landscaped lot. $56,900.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR view  home, thermopane windows, fireplace,  w/w , 3 bathrooms. Easy walk to stores.  PO &'. marinas. $67,500.  BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� 2 BR view home,  built 1971. Fireplace, double garage,  garden area. $42,500.  LOTS AND ACREAGE  a  LOTS  1. MADEIRA PARK ��� serviced lots.  $7,000-$22,000.  2. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� serviced lots.  $9,000-$24.000.  3. SANDY HOOK ��� view lot on Porpoise Drive. $8,000.  4. WARNOCK ROAD ��� excellent lot,  landscaped, septic tank & foundation for  12x60' mobile home. $16,000.  5. BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� 1.5 acres,  treed, serviced. $25,000.  6. MOBILE HOME LOTS ��� seven lots,  serviced with . hydro & water, on  Cochrane Road, Francis Peninsula.  $11.000$12,750.  7. GARDEN BAY AREA  Garden   Bay  estates  $13.500-$21,250.  view lots, on  Sinclair   Rd.  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  LOTS  8. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 6 nice  building lots at corner of Cochrane and  Cameron Roads. $11,000-$ 13,000.  9. PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES ��� Sinclair  Bay Road. Serviced tots, most with view,  three   with    lakefront.    Priced    from  . $10,000 to $37,500.        .  10. RUBY LAKE ��� semi waterfront lot,  with road access S hydro. $9,000.  IRVINES LANDING .��� At last, a  waterfront lot with all the features you  have been looking for��� 108 ft low bank  sheltered waterfront, westerly exposure, good view, nearly level and  nicely treed. $55,000.  SECRET COVE ��� Lot A on Wescan Rd.  Steep, but has good building site &  sheltered moorage. On sewer system.  $35,000.  GERRANS BAy ��� 75��  ft waterfront-  with deep, sheltered moorage. A good  buy at $35,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 132 ft W/F in  Pender ��� Harbour. 1.8 acres, deep  moorage. $50,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 83 ft W/F  in  Pender     Harbour     (adjoins     above  property). 1.22�� acres. Deep moorage.  $36,500.  GERRANS BAY ��� 220��  ft low bank  sheltered waterfront, 1.24 treed acres.  Access   from   Francis   Peninsula   Road.  $44,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 1.3+_ acres on 90��  feet deep, sheltered waterfront. Small  beach area. $39,900.  ACREAGE  ACREAGE  INVESTMENT PROPERTY  Partially   developed   subdivision   with  potential of 59 lots on Francis Peninsula,  Pender Harbour. $150,000,  1. MIDDLE POINT ��� 2.9 treed acres on  Hwy 101 with 949�� ��q ft 2 BR home with'  carport. Drilled well, $39,500.  % RUBY LAKE ��� 5j+ treed acres, close  to public lake accett. $19,800.  3. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 3.4+. acres &  Azk. acres, seml-waterfront, Overlooking  Malaspina Strait & |ust a few feet to the  waterfront. Hydro, water & paved road.  $40,Q00 each.    , ,   4. Near Ruby Lake ��� 8.39 acres on Hwy  ,101. $25,000.  5. Near Madeira Park ��� 15 acres,  2150�� ft on Hwy 101. $44,000.  6. Francis Peninsula ��� 1.8�� acr?s,  corner of Warnock and Francis Peninsula'  Roads, $17,500.  7. WARNOCK ROAD ��� level Ipt, almost  ono aero. Good soil, soloctlvoly cleared.  $24,000,  8. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 2�� acres  with panoramic view of Pondor Harbour.  12x20' cabin, concrete driveway.  $32,000.  9. EGMONT ��� 11 db treed acres with  year round creek, Road access. $49,300,  .ffVr".'? ny-'rK.  ���'��� \ ��� '    ���>   ���' A'  I  COMMERCIAL PROPER  3  JUNCTION ISLAND - ST. VINCENT BAY ���  18.75+. acres, treed, sheltered  moorage, several coves, oysters, 15 min.  ride by fast boat from Earls Cove or  Egmont. $120,000.  EGMONT ��� 3.B�� acres with 550�� ft.  low bank waterfront. Float, launching  ramp. Whole property It terraced and  levelled,ready for development. Drilled  well, $165,000.  EARL COVE ~ 5.57 acres, 450;fc ft  'sheltered waterfront ad|oinlng ferry  terminal. Excellent tlte for possible*  motel, hotel, camper-trailer park,  $135,000.  EGMONT ��� 2,27 acres with 387^ ft low  bank waterlront.i Good driveway to  waterfront. Launching romp, tlte hat  been prepared lor possible uit as W/F  trailer-camper park & fletting retort. An  excellent property, Full price $93,000.  ST. VINCENT BAY ��� 400__ ft waterfront,  5.97 acret, water accett. $29,500,  EGMONT ��� 7 acres wltR 540 ft low  bank waterfront. Site has been  jprepared for possible use at a large  . WF trailer-camper park & fishing  resort. This Is an excollont property  ad|olnlng the Egmont Marina,  $180,000 ��� Owner will finance at  bank Interest rate,  WEST LAKE, NELSON ISLAND ��� 100��  acret, 4l40�� ft, choice lakefront,  1800_b ft, oceanfront on Vanguard Bay,  2 log cottaget with llreplacei, 1 pott &  beam cottage. Accett by boat or float  plane. An excellent buy for $140,000,  MABEIRA'PARK - pet yourself out of  the houte and Into thlt easy-to-run  clothing butlnett with good potential.  $22,000. plut ttock,  Alto available with above ��� 1,0004s tq.  ft. commercial building with room for  expantlon. $33,000,  GARDEN BAY MARINA ��� 700* lineal  feet floats., Living quarters, laundry,  thowtrt, On leoted land. Complete  marine gat & dletel tales, $83,000.  I  WATERFRONT HOMES  mJmtt.  TROUT FARM ��� PENDER HARBOUR. Ready  1<>.ab,7- rqqflwqy* Ipitallod lo hcindli  160,000 trout, 93�� acret land,  Provincial commercial trout farm  licence, Water licence. Located on Hwy  101, acrott from Pender Harbour  Secondary School, $266,000,  MADEIRA PARK ��� vacant ttor�� bldg,  ad|olnlng living quartert. One acre with  ,104' frontage on Madeira Park Rd.  Zoned R3. $52,000.  HOSPITAL BAY - 3 BR home with 1/2  batement on 50_t ft low bank waterfront, Southerly exposure. Float.  $93,000,  GARDEN BAY ~ tpaclout 3 BR home on  1,16 acret on Claydon Road, On 95 �� ft  waterfront with float and boathoute,  $149,000  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  0LU or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233  ! r  Page EM Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May 30,1979  For Sale  ���64FARGO 400 2% T cab &  chass., slant 6 motor, as is,  $400; wrecking '70 Chev. stn  wgn., power window, 15" bias  tires, roof rack, 400 cl, big  black, running; 4'x8' util*  -shed, $75; '67 6 hp Evinrude  motor, gd. cond., $250. 885-  3546;  ���> -1098-27-  2 BIKES: 1 moto-cross. Good  cond. Ph. eves. 886-7505.  1123-28  20"   CRAFTSMAN   lawn-  mower, excel cond'n, auto  start;Ug wheelbarrow, lawn  roller, Iron rakes, all lor, $100.  885-9404.  1206-27  WOOD  LATHE,  Rockwell  accessories,     Marpels  chisels;    also   Craftsman  router crafter. 885-5048.   1207-  ^ _____ ���  -TABLE-TENNIS table,-$35;  set of 5 drawers, $25; set of 4  drawers & matching bedside  table, $40; long red cushion,  $5; 2 wood barstools, $5 ea.;  door, $12; firescreen, $15.885-  2571. 1202-27  WIN.   bolt-action  .22 rifle;  Savage .308 calibre rifle;  >*'  Doug Joyce  Bob Bull  885-2761  885-2503  REALTY LTD.  :,'���? ".C^tock Anderson  >; ���;. Stan Anderson  Don Hadden .  885-  SECHELT $47,500  Near new, large, bright, economical three  bedroom home, 1 year new, 1260 sq ft,  Thermopane windows and doors, central  fireplace, open plan, no stairs, level lot.  Large sundeck; carport and storage. Good  'value Ot $47,300. gall Don. ���"  REDROOFFS , $67,500  New waterfront 3 bdrm home with expansive view of Georgia Strait and Vancouver Island. Features shake roof,  stainless sf eel''Shaw' fireplace & skylight.  Treed lot. Bob. l  - FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE -'7  Post Office Box 1219, Sechelt'  Vancouver Toll Free: 684-8016  885-2053  885-2385  885-9504  WEST SECHELT $91,000  " 9.5acres of good farmland: Has new~4 bdrm  ranch 'style home, 2 ponds supplied by  spring water with approx 4 acres cleared,  balance has some timber. All services on  .paved rd. 2 miles from Sechelt centre. This  property has many potential uses. Bob  SECHELT VILLAGE: $47,900. 2 bedroom up,  den & extra bedroom down. Double  plumbing. Heatilator, fireplace In large  living room ~(��"ri��� room. SfuccoTexterlor.  Large lot within walking distance to schools  .and shops.-Ewy. terms. Cqll_Jack_ _ __._,_  VIEW OF TRAIL ISLANDS $82,000  Luxury new West Sechelt home. Tastefully  decorated with numerous extras. Well-  -insulated, en6ro.y--6tt.clou. home with a  fireplace that must be seen, plus provision  for .space heater lower level-i Tastefully  decorated with numerous extras. 3  bedrooms, sunken tub, shower, large level  'garden' lot, sundecks, double carport. The  price4won't shock you once you see it. Call  _Bob_for__u_ .appointment, .    '_.__  CREEKSIDE HOME $68,500  On    6/10   acre   with    porklike    setting,  towering trees & spacious, easy to maintain  Fender  Bandmaster   amplifier;   1956 Gibson elec  'guitar; Coinmaster metal  detector.-885-3947.--v--1212-29  1 FRIDGE & 1 elec. stove w-  warming oven, good cond'n.  886-2106. -1217-27  Legal Notices   '      >   AS OF May 221; Vif gwfi-TAnne  Schulberg,   will   not   be-  responsible for any debts  incurred, by my daughter,  Heather Lori Schulberg.  1169-spt pub. May 30,1979  A look at  mortgage  payments  Many people complain  about mortgage interest  payments without making  payments work to their own  advantage.  Mortgages are covered by  the Canada Interest Act, and  mortgagors should learn how  they can reduce the amount of  mortgage interest they pay  while using the convenience of'  a 'I mortgage t.' to. 7 become  property owners'. ''''.  'The majority of mortgages  ��� whether conventional,  private or N.H.A. ��� will  contain clauses to allow  repayment of part or all of the  mortgage at set times.  Did you, as a mortgagor,  know that an additional annual payment of one hundred  and one dollars can eliminate  20 payments of a 40 years  mortgage, saving a total of  four thousand two hundred  dollars? Higher payments  give proportionately higher  savings. ' ��  ���Set-up-a-yearly-savings���-  plan to pay additional mortgage  payments  and  save  thousands of dollars over the  life of your mortgage.  WEST SECHELT $55,500  Cul de sac off Norvan Road. 3 bedroom full  basement family home. Good garden soil  and large sundeck. 1,154 sq. ' of quality  construction. Asking $55,500. Call Doug.  WEST  SECHELT:   $75,000.   Four  bedroom  home. 2 bath's. 2 FP. auto/oil heat, sundeck  level lawns: une year new expansive home  has two large bedrooms. Separate entrance  hall leads to a large living room with  fireplace that invites gracious entertaining.  A 23x28' attached garage could' be converted to an extra bedroom & family room.  An added plus is a 440' workshop with 3 pee  piymbjng. _CJo$e _to_be_st_sandy _beach_in_  area.  LOTS  MADEIRA PARK - $21,000. Over 3/4 acre, almost level with view  through Pender Harbour. Just 400 feet to water's edge. Close to  marina. On paved road with hydro, phone and water along road.  Call Don.   ' _  .   VILLAGE, PEBBLE CRESCENT LOT ��� $12,500. Save some trees &  have a garden on.this level Lot. Easy walking distance to all shops.  Price now only $12,500. Call Don.  ROBERTSCREEK "'/'��� $52,000  3 bedroom home on. 1.67 acres. Spacious  open plan of 1320 sq tt has ensuite off  master bdrm. Home has family room and  utility.' Reduced drastically in price for  immediate sale. Take Gibsons home in  trade. Bobr '   and carport on gentle slope  1  acre lot  overlooking. Trail Islands.  Half, block to  -beach aceessrAlso has small rental cottager  An appointment necessary. Call Don.  DAVIS BAY WATERFRONT v $36,500  Large lot with a fine beach. Fairly steep access -but wolkoble.  " Fanfdsttc^outhwesFvilwTNicely "tried. "(Stan)  ff_^^_~t  /-..K-4 -4*  WEST SECHELT LOT: $16,900. Large creekside Lot on quiet cul de sac  gives privacy in parklike setting with many beautiful trees. Services  at road. Call Don.  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY.  '$120,000  Sechelt-Village. Fully-rented,- mostly-on-  lease. Shows good return on investment.  Opportunity   to   invest   in' this   growing  community. Details to bonaflde purchaser.  Doug. _.,    _--   Closet cleanup. Show your  closet and storage areas off to  best advantage. Make the best  use of space ��� stack linens  neatly; hang clothes  carefully.  Garages are great. A  garage can be a selling point,  particularly If viewers are  used to apartment parking  problems. Keep yours neat  and clean.  Minor repairs ���  cleanliness ��� tidiness ���  courtesy to buyer and seller;  these are Important.  Fah��lr.��* WF l^t with super  view. Gunboat Bay In  Pender Harbour area.  Good building site. Asking  only $39,500.  FABULOUS INVISTMINT  61.3 acres plus approximately 700' of  'waterfrontage. Located,  ' again In Gunboat Bay with  900 sq - ft Panabode In  excellent condition, plus a  wharl. Property oble to be  subdivided IntQ lott.  Asking only $350,000, Will  'consider'"air*'frbd����~''I"'  terms.  Hornet 8-0-24-2I  HwM-  GREyFRUVRS REM-(X��  SECHELT���VILLAGE: Pebble Crescent -  $53,900. Complete new remodel job. Large  rancher 1515 sq ft. Close to shops and  school. Level lot too. New cupboards,  carpets, quarry tile entrance & bathroom  floors, light fixtures & paint. Why rent when  you can move Into a fine home, at this price?  Wood heater to beat fuel bills tool Call Bpb.  WEST SECHELT     ' ,2     $72,500   Spanish split-level home, near new with"all  the extra features. Double carport,  workshop, 3 baths, 4 bdrms, 2 fireplaces,  bay window and a formal dining area. Good  - -level lot affords a view from the 2nd floor.  Tile roof. 2288 sq ft. Call Bob.  ACREAGE  ROBERTS CREEK - $18,500. Privacy in the trees on this 1.3 acre  parcel with gentle  slope towards the sea. Hydro, phone and  reg. water at road. Call Don. -   .  SECHELT VILLAGE: 5 acres measuring 330 x 660'. Will eventually  have a view. Close4o the arena. Try your offer to $35,000.  SECHELT VILLAGE - $52/900. NEW-NEW-WITH-VIEW. View from  kitchen, living room and sundeck. Includes 3 bedrooms, kitchen  - pantry, fireplace, carport, large lot. Call Bob to view anytime.   SUNSHINE HEIGHTS ��� $10,000. Extra large building lot in" area of  new homes. All services including paved roads. Call Doug.  SANDY HOOK LOT ��� $10,300. Approx 70 x 127' with shed on.  Hydro, phone & water on paved road. Close to boating & fishing.  Call Don.  REDROOFFS 1/2 ACRE: Treed & 104' of frontage on Redrooffs Rd.  Lots of good trees and some alder for firewood. Easy access from  the road and excellent topsoil. Serviced with power S water. FP  $12,500.  SECHELT ViLLAGE $36,900  Near new 3 bdrm modular home on clear  garden lot with carport. Price includes  stove, fridge, washer & dryer and is completely furnished. Walk to shops. A bargain.  Stan.  PRICE REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE $54,000  Like new 2 bdrm bsmt, home, Good layout  with southern exposure and view. Save  money ��� extra insulation, twin seal  windows and heatilator fireplace. Call Bob.  WILSON CREEK ��� Own your own trailer park on Hwy 101. Complete  with mobile home for you to live in. Winding stream through 2.41  -acresr-two double wide concrete pads. Asking-$60:000. ������  REDROOFFS AREA: Wildwood Rd.,  build on. Beautiful evergreens.  $11.200.  125 x 200' level lot, very easy to  Priced  for  immediate  sale  at  SECLUDED WATERFRONT ACREAGE  Do you want a quiet waterfront retreat with no roads or cars? We  have a few parcels of evergreen forest, 5 to 10 acres each.  Minimum of 250 feet of waterfront and stream thru most lots.  Located 22 miles of Sechelt by water or air only. Fly in with Tyee  Airways Ltd. from Vancouver or Sechelt, or use your own boat. Call  Don.  SANDY HOOK WATERFRONT: 68' of accessible waterfrontage with  boat launching slipway. 400' sq ft cabin with fireplace 8 targe deck.  Partly furnished. Asking $49,000.  ROBERTS CREEK: Large treed, serviced lot close to beach & golf  course. Quiet area, mobile home permitted. FP $11,900.  REDROOFFS: 4 side by side view lots, each 1,18 acres with 100 feet  road frontage. Excellent buys at full price $15,000 each.  WATERFRONT, W. SECHELT  Pebble beach with your own road right to  water.  3 bdrms,  3  complete  bathrooms,  recreation room, wine cellar and  lots of  extras. View from all living areas. One of  the better waterfront homes on the coast.  Bob.  gGMONT WATERFRONTI: Excellent investment opportunity. Close  to 560' of waterfront with 5 acres & a 5 yr old double wide home.  Asking $85,000 with 1/2 dn. All offers & trades will be considered.  SECHELT VILLAGE ��� Lot 6, selectively cleared leaving some trees.  View of the ocean & within walking distance to shopping. Sewered  this year. Asking $12,000.  EGMONT WATERFRONTAGE: Over 20 acres with approx 1000^ of .  waterfront. Could be an excellent investment. Vendor offer's Verms'v  wtth $50,000 dn. Consideration given to trades.  . r  SOUTHWOOD ROAD: Close to 1/2 acre.' Level building lot. Hydro  and regional water at road. Check & compare. Attractively oriced at  $9,450.  A FINE ACREAGE: $35,250 full price ��� Sechelt Village. Just under 5  acres with an attractive view and lots of garden soil. Treed property  with a developed well and good.road access. Partly cleared. Call  Stan.  CLEARED, LEVEL LOT: Sechelt Village ��� 62.5 x 120'. Ready for  building, Owner will trade as part down payment on home. Value  $11,500.  SECHELTVILLAGE $68900.00  Panoramic view of village and Trail Bay.  Like new spacious home, with room ��� for  everyone including home occupancy In  lower level. Features are too numerous to  mention. Check them out with Bob 885-2503  BUSINESS BLOCK  A LITTLE GOLDMINE: Sechelt's best restaurant, A THRIVING  business with an excelltn gross profit, Living accommodation on site  for the new owners at very little extra.  SECHELTVILLAGE " $44,900  Sunshine Heights. Spectacular view of the  inlet & mountains. 1058 sq ft of easy to keep  2 bedroom home. Landscaped by a  -professional.-Prieedio sell .immediately.  Call Doug.  GOING CONCERN: Small trailer park, 4 pads and lots of room for  expansion, 2,41 acres of land, some trees. Wilson Creek location.  Very convenient. FP $60,000,   .���      ., s,  <  ,  SEMI RETIREMENT BUSINESS OOINO CONCERN $74,800 fULL PRICE  TWO LAUNDROMAT LOCATIONS. TERMS �� TRADE  Both of these sites are Ideal for year-round steady, trade, 14 washer  dryers in one location. 7 dryers and 14 washers In 2nd location. All  equipment In top condition, Stores are clean and newly decorated.  Gross revenue approx $2,800 per month. For further Information  call J. Anderson 885-2053 Vane 684-8016  SELMA PARK VIEW LOT: Extra large 90 x 179' lot, corner location,  easy access. Excellent view of Trail Island. FP $15,500.  WILSON CREEK: On Browning Rd, a 7.5 x 158' view lot only 300' from  beach, road access. This lot is partially cleared and fenced, ready to  build on. A quiet street close to all facilities. One of a kind at  $16,900. ���    ���  ?'  WILSON      CREEK $11,500 ea.  Secluded building Lots located on a quiet dead end street. The Lots  are 150 x 70', easy to develop and flat with some trees. Close to a  good beach. In area of new homes. (Stan)  WILSON CREEK  3 bedroom 1200 sq ft,sea view from this  new full basement home. 3 pee vanity bath  plus ensuite off master bedroom. Fireplace,  shake roof; dbl carport, Cement drive,  landscaped, plus garden lot has been  completely developed. Real value at  $59,000. Terms. Call Jack.  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME $65,900  3 bedroom, full basement home on a large  landscaped lot. Lots of sundeck on the  southwest side, The home also has an extra  large attached double garage with direct  entry to the basement. Rec room and  bedroom In basement are basically  finished. Call Stan.  HOMES  ROBERTSCREEK $29,900  Privacy, trees, grass and a quiet area with no highway noise, Three  bedroom single wide with lott of storage 8, closets. Heated by earth  stove with oil hot air at backup, Call Bob for details.  SELMA PARK: 2 bdrm part basement .home on a largo view site,  Home Is near new and In excellent condition. Wrap around sundeck  and double carport. Basement is finished. FP $54,500,  SELMA PARK ��� $15,000. 1976 12x68' Bendix Paramount Mobile  Home. All new w/w Includes triple axles; tires & wheels, hitch,  stove 8 fridge and 3 beds. This unit cannot be told from new. (See  Doug).  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT: Lot 100 x 725 ��� Great view with all  services, water/paved road, cablevlslon, hydro FP $29,000.  HOPKINS LANDING. View lot close to ferry ��� area of new homes  priced to sell at $13,000. Call Bob.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS: Inlet view lot 50 x 120 x 90. Clote to marine.  Asking $13,500. Call Don.  VIEW LOTS, SANDY HOOK ~f take your choice of 3, prlcod low to  sell at $8,050 & $8,150. Owner will look at reasonable offers to  these low prices.  SECHELT VILLAGE: Sunshine Heights Lot 67 x 125' in a district  containing some fine new homes, Level and easy to clear. All  services. $2,000 down and easy monthly payments, FP $10,900.  -1 ,      i       ,*          .  SANDY HOOK: Spectacular view Lot In qulot residential area, 55 x  163' zoned Rll. Mobile* homes permitted. Atklng $10,500,  COOPER RD: Lot 80x263', treed, level. Services along paved road,  Asking $10,500. Call Don.  vaanisK  SAROENTS RD. $59,900  Watch the Beachcombars filming from your  living room window. This Immaculate home  ha* a fantastic view of Keats Island, Gibsons Harbour and beyond, Wall-maintained  garden affords beauty and privacy in a  village setting, For appointment to view,  call.Bob.  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOME: a cozy, near new 792 tq ft 2 bodroom  home clote to the beach at Chapman Creek, Not stairs, electric  heat, double glazing. Government prepaid lease hat 19 years to  run. FP $32,000.  SECHELT VILLAGE ��� $49,900. NEW 3 bdrm, Village, walk to shopping  ��� carport, fireplace, wood exterior, bsmt, Compare prices and buy  this one. Call Bob.  DAVIS BAY $63,000  Beautiful 3 bdrm home In prestige area, Has  one of Ih* best view's on the coait, All  services, A must for serious buyers, Doug,  FULL PRICE $41,900  3 bedroom, dbl plbg. Handy Sechelt locate.  Landscaped lot with U-drlveway, This home  Is only 3 years old, clean & bright, Real  ,. vplut. Call .Jack. ���������..���,�����,-,.��,������, ..������.������.���. .���,..  REDROOFF RANCH INC. SUBDIVISION  REDROOFF RANCH INC. Phase I subdivision is located on Redrooffs Road approximately 5-  1/2 miles west of Sechelt Village. Hydro, tolephone and regional water serves the subdivision. The lots are wooded and level to gently sloping. Particulars of the subdivision are  Included In the prospectus ��� ask for your free copy.  PRICE SCHEDULE  Lot 31 ��� SOLD Lot 38 ��� $11,900  Lot 32 ��� SOLD Lot 39 ��� SOLD  Lot 33 ��� SOLD Lot 40 ��� $11,600  lot 34���$11,600 Lot 41���$12,700  Lot 35 ��� SOLD Lot 42 ��� $15,500  Lot 36 ��� $11,900 Lot 43 ���SOLD  Lot 37 ��� $12,760 Lot 44 ��� SOLD  Dimensions are given In both feet and melres  Lot 45 ��� $11,150  Lot 46 ��� $12,500  Lot 47 ��� SOLD  tot 48 ���SOLD  Lot 49 ��� SOLD  Lot 50 ��� SOLD  Ui-  f' ''"    ,' ''k) jk*w  .jqpirtj^pk  .,., moqk  Brand new 3 bedroom home. Immediate  pottettlon. Try your offer. Call Doug,  ���'���^_r_. ���: ,��  T  1*  ;���>'��'!?" ;:J"  ?*,   - : >^.��.-.^e��0-f>-7^^-^i��Tw��#l.,.^�� .<,.,,,,,.^i , .���-.��. J,, , >r��� , ��� .��JV,,..  ......    i vr-,    ^ ^4iV-_i^'lj^7. R!t..U^-'V^~*i.J^��-T^-t*.  K *  "TssTj    7       ii n     I        ,,��,������)"������. Vy-' stlsMssI ���-��������� V   ^* ' ��v  J*  V3P\ \_'  -Zi*"..\. \P*x n ...  -/-'  .,('  V  <i^_  A  JO  ���#���   'r    I." ���?������.  '     ., ��� v.  .v;M.-r>'  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE (1978) LTD.  Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  .   v      8853271 :nv-;i'\-;;"  HOMES  VIEW HOME AT LOW PRICE!  2 bdrm home has large sundeck and  VIEW OF LAMBS BAY. 1/2 basement  is finished with plumbing and private.  entrance for guest suite or ?  Asking only' $35,500 :  Rita Percheson 885-5706 or 885-3271  "NEW ON MARKET"  3 bedroom near new full basement  home In family neighborhood. This  attractive Home Hat ensuite plumbing, 2 fireplaces, large utility area  and much" more I Priced at $56,500.  Call Rita Percheson,885-5706  ���^mwmmmiimme!^^.!s_s_^__^__^..  W"..l mw'v^jMt.^^^^-  LOTS AND ACREAGE  EAST PORPOISE BAY ROAD  $39.900  Everything is oversized In this large  : mobile with approx. 1300 sq. ft,-  floor area. Joined under one roof  are 71x12 and "36x12 units, creating  ample space for a rec. room large  enough ��� to house a pool table. 3  ^dmiTrlarge~^uJid��k~"and a separate  garage. (30x16)  Larry Reardon   885-3924  SECHELT VILLAGE ��� EBBTIDE STREET  3 bdrm plus a' dining room, truly a;  compact family home. Attractive'  FEATURE FIREPLACE In the living  room, w/w thro', bountiful garden  with fruit trees, close to schools and  shops. ALL THIS FOR $46,500.  Call K^n Wells .B6-/223 or 885-32  2^i  _  "YESTERDAYS PRICE FOR TODAVS LOT" K.999  Lot 108 ��� Fawn Road, approx 1/2 ACflE, driveway roughed In,  water and hydro. Call Larry Reardon 885-3924  5 ACRES, '        ,    $40,600  BUILT-IN PENSION. Build on one corner and subdivide into lots  when.time Is ripe. Partially cleared and in the village.  Chuck Dowman 885_3974. . _,   .  "BUILDERS DELIGHT" "' $11,000  Corner of Southwood and Cooper Roads. LARGE lot, hydro and  water. A UNIQUE LQt-FOR-YOJJR-ORIGINAL. IDEAS    Larry Reardon 885-3924  VIEW .4 ACRES                                               '      >            $13,500  Semi-cleared corner property. Gently sloped to the East. Zoned  for mobile or would suit a custom home.  Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.                                            ft  INVESTMENT POTENTIAL:                                                   $10,500  In this beautiful 1/2 ACRE+ wooded lot on Wlldwood Road  Zoned R2 for mobjle homes. Hydro & water.  ' Rito Percho-on    BH.....7-.-. __   GARDENERS PARADISE $45.000  3 bdrm well-maintained rancher  situated ^on a LARGE _ attractively  landscaped lot 100x263' separate  garage, 1 room cottage greenhouse,  large playroom for the youngsters.  Ed Baker 885-2641  UP J. DOWN DUPLEX $49,500"  Large 3 bdrm with excellent revenue potential, located on 1  ACRE near Roberts Creek. On Highway 101. VENDOR WILL  CONSIDER OFFERS.  Ed Baker 885-2641 or 885-3271  build pn,  serviced   Including  cable.  SECHELT.  Call  Ed  Baker  885-2641  PRICED TO SELL $57,000  Everywhere you look there is value  in' this truly beautiful home. In  West Sechelt. Cathedral entrance,  3 bedrooms. 2 fireplaces, large rec -  room? workshop plus one bedroom suite downstairs. Nicely  landscaped and the price has been reduced. Larry Reardon 885-  3924. '  YEAR ROUND CREEK  Year round creek Is one of the many features that accent this  6_r. ACRE EXCLUSIVE property on Reid Road. Large home has 2  fireplaces den, games room and spacious living room. This  property represents,VALUE at only $89,000. Call Rita Percheson  885-5706.    .  '  STARTER SPECIAL  Spotless 2 bedroom home, with basement  chen. Walk to beach and store.  Call Ken Wells 886-7223 or Chuck Wells 885-9374  $34,800  EXTRA LARGE kit-  INVESTMENT REVENUE $155,000  Attractive 7 suite rental unit. Steady cllentel. No vacancies for  years. Handy location Jn, village. Call JEd .Baker, 885-2641, for ,.  more'details.   '_���' '.-"'-''���'���'     '��� ���     '      '-- ' ������-���''    -  "NEW ON MARKET"  -8-new4ot*on Nor-West^ay Road opposlteDerby-Road: They-are  in their natural state, so you can create your own landscaping.  Some with VIEW. Your choice of 7 lots at $10,900 ��� OOPSI your  choice of 6 lots ��� 1 SOLD.  Larry Reardon 885-3924 __-_-_-        -  _ . -          Cleared and ready to  Nickerson Road, WEST  $11.900  _Southwood Road ��� large-1/2 ACRE lotr GOOD GARDENING  SOIL, treed but hasjd_rlveway cleared. Good value at $10,500-  Larry Reardon 885-3924       _ _  ___    Near LEVEL, Large lot with 140' frontage on-quiet street. Lots  THIS SIZE ARE RARE) Selectively cleared and ready to build that  dream home. Roberts Creek - Coach Road. Priced low at  $12,500.  Rita Percheson 885-5706  LARGE treed lot at the corner of Redrooffs Road and the road to'  Sargent Bay. Serviced with hydro and water. $12,500.  Larry Reardon 885-3924  1tI7 ACRPSI  Nicely treed, gentle slope to S.W. will have a good VIEW when  some trees come down. $18,500.  Ed Baker 885-2641  RARE 25 ACRES $62,000  Only 5 minutes West of Sechelt. High and dry, mostly treed.     "  Chuck Dowman 885-9374  WATERFRONT LOT/VIEW LOT.  100+ WATERFRONT lot at Sandy Hook. Close to road and  adjoining with an EXCELLENT VIEW LOT. fhat lies next to BiR.  $15,500 & $8,500. Calf Larry Reardon for more details. 885-  . 3924.  BARGAIN HARBOUR LOT'      " $22,500  Seml-WATERFRONT property, just across the Narrows Bridge  and facing BARGAIN HARBOUR. Treed and good for building on,  with fust the road between you and the water. Call Larry  Reardon 885-3924  NOR-WEST BAY ROAD - WEST SECHELT $12.500  Wooded  lot  150x70', zoned  R2   .rollers   allowed.   Sign  on  property. .    ni....   . ,,..,  Coll Ed Baker 885-2^41. < '.' 77,  Wednesday, May 30,1979,       The Peninsula Times Page B-5  S  SUNNYCREST  SHOPPING  CENTRE  886-2277  LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD.  R.R. 2-Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  CONVEYANCING^ REAL ESTATE CONSULTING ���APPRAISALS ��� NOTARY PUBLIC  HOMES  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  682-1513  B  REDROOFFS RD: Waterfront. Wind your way  down a gently sloping path to 158 feet of  your own waterfront property. At low tide,  a beautiful sandy beach for the kids to ploy.  s  swim and water ski. From your large living  room window the most spectacular view  you have ever seen. Watch the large ships'  and pleasure craft churn their way through  Welcome   Pass.   This   unbelievable   view  takes in Halfmoon Bay, Welcome Pass and  Thornby Island. Well  built, single storey  home features, beautifully landscaped  grounds and is mostly' In huge trees for  -complete privacy. This beautiful home must  be seen to be believed. $109,500.  =J555=5ARGENT=ROADt=Custom-builMour=  bedroom   home   with   view   of   Gibsons  Harbour, Georgia Strait and nearby Islands.  Master bedroom has ensuite and double  closets.' Full basement with finished rec  room and bedroom. Double windows with  screens.   Lot   is   nicely   landscaped   with  terraces. $59,900.  1286  HEAP-ANDS  ROAD:   This   three  PRATT & FAIRVIEW ��� Executive home on  landscaped 1/2 acre. This home must be  seen. Master bedroom is 19x17 with full 4  pee ensuite. Four bedrooms in total with 2-  1/2 finished baths. Features large living  room with fireplace plus 26 x 14 family  feroom with fireplace. Close to schools and  shopping in rural Gibsons. $69,900.  CHASTER RD: Two bedroom A-frame on  large lot for small price. $24,900.  CRUCIL RD: Bright and spacious three  bedroom family view home in excellent  "condition located within easy walking  distance to schools and shops. Large ltitchen  ^w_lii7^-dl-.lr_=^5hwashec==and===indirect  lighting. Two. fireplaces. Huge recreation  room. Lots of extra space in daylight  basement for den or extra bedroom and  workshop. $58,900.  LANGDALE: This non-basement Langdale  three bedroom view home features extensive use of granite on exterior and huge  walk-around fireplace. Modern kitchen has  LOOKOUT AVE: Near new three bedroom  home in good condition on large view lot in  new subdivision just past the Sunshine  Coast Arena-In, Sechelt. Boating facilities-  B  bedroom home-ts-qttractively situated at���s0|id  walnut .cabinets  and   built-in  dlsh-  washer. A garage and workshop round out  the picture. $49,500, -   close by. Owner is transferred and you may  have immediate possession. $51,900.  1760 SCHOOL ROAD: Cozy , comfortable  four bedroom older home on large lot  conveniently located between upper and  lower Gibsons. Several fruit trees. Zoned  for multiple dwelling. Excellent starter  home and a good investment and holding  property. $31,500.  NORTH   ROAD:   Excellent   starter   or  retirement,   home comes��� within_-_th  guidelines for a $2,500 First Home Family  Grant. This nicely appointed and completely  remodelled home features three bedrooms  and a 9 x 9 utility room immediately off the  kitchen. Large back porch. 1122 square feet  of full basement. This home also features a  large living room with cozy brick fireplace  on a large level lot ready for landscaping,  and stave included. $42,900.   Fridge  B  01  We're the Neighborhood Professionals"  Does Your Club or Group Roport its Activities Regularly to The times?  Parte  NORTH ROAD, GIBSONS  Now you can buy Lots in Creekside Park Estates on Time  Purchase your lot for as little as $1,000 down.  Payments tailored to your^jrequlrements at 10% Interest,  which Is less than bank rates.'  -.' ��,<!��  *_3L  _>  H_\. r  ZS ,^L i,!T i flgfc *-^a\  An Area for your Single or Double Wide Home   / ^  Why live In a mobile home park when you can own your  own lot for the same price as paying pad rental.  _���  i  ���  B  ���  ���  the base of the Bluff and close to the boat  launching.- ramp- Great-living���roorr_ -for.  entertainment, 16 x 25. Also has 10-1/4  mortgage. $42,900.  TRICKLEBROOK DRIVE: In the Village of  Gibsons. Three bedroom mobile-home with  two full bathrooms. Fully skirted and set up  ready for you to move in. Situated on nicely  ^reed lot, on sewer. Close to schools and  shopping^$29j900.       CHERYL ANNE_ PARK ROAD:_ Architect-..  designed tudor home in quiet cul de sac  with some ocean view. This large 1278  square feet three bedroom home must be  seen. Two finished fireplaces, finished rec  room, ensuite plumbing, two sundecks and  the list keeps going on. Situated amongst  other quality homes. Front yard'landscaped  with many evergreens. Don't buy before  seeing this home���464,900.  HILLCREST RD: Own your own three  bedroom home on Strata Title. Exceptional  Investment. This 1280 square feet home has  1-1/2 baths, sundeck, close to shopping,  schools etc. Only 1 year old. Presently  rented for $300 per month. Buy it now and it  can almost pay for itself. Priced for quick  sale. All offers considered. Owner says sell.  $34,895.  DAVIS ROAD: Exceptionally, well built. 3  bdrm home, heatilator FP, 2 sundecks,  family dining room plus eating area in  kitchen. All this on main floor. Lovely  landscaped level lot with storage shed, full  garden in & double garage. Plus 2 furnished  suites in basement, self-contained with  private entrances. Rental $200 each suite.  This is a fantastic,value & only 2 blocks to  shopping, .schools etc. The price on this  $87,500.  PRATT,.ROAD:..2-1/2 acre farm close  to.  schoolspC��nd^shopping. |>eauti{ukgrouJ��d*^  with room for horses, etc..Existing tenants,  include nearly 200 chickens in the coops.  Farm house has two bedrooms on the main  floor with a loft area for additional space.  Has wood burning heaters in living room  and den. Comfortable rural living. $44,900.  1103 FRANKLIN RD: Large home in beautiful  area. Large stone fireplace, level nicely  landscaped lot. Southern exposure, close to''  Pebble Beach, PosrOffice and shopping.  Fridge,  stove  and   dishwasher -included.  Must Sell. $49,500.  CREEKSIDE CRES.: Brand new split level  home with view of Bay area and Keats  Island. Four large bedrooms, living room,  fireplace, kitchen with eating area plus  dining room. Situated on a view lot with  large back yard bordering on Gibsons  Creek. $54,900.  PRATT, ROAD: New three bedroom home on  large lot dotted with- fruit trees: Sunken  livingroom with open ceiling and fireplace.  Bathroom has separate make-up counter.  Kitchen has built In Jenn-AIr range, drop-in  oven and dishwasher. 8x22 sundeck.  Carport with 7x17' storage. $52,500.  DAVIS RD: Ideal starter or retirement home.  Only two blocks from schools and shopping.  This three bedroom home has everything  you need for comfort and convenience. The  carport could easily be converted to a  family room and a separate carport could  be built on many sites w'tfhin the extra large  landscaped lot. $39,500.        -     -    --    --  LOOKOUT DRIVE ��� Overlooking Porpoise-  Bay this near new 1200 sq ft basement  home has everything a family would want  for comfortable living & more. 4 bedrooms,  full bath plus ensuite, convenient utility  room upstairs and plenty of cupboards &  cabinets. Situated on a completely landscaped lot in quiet residential area. Other  features include huge, rec room, 2  fireplaces, twin seal windows and screens.  Priced for a quick sale. FP $49,900.  WILLIAMSONS" LANDING: This beautYfuf  summer or year-round luxury home must be  seen to be believed. A 200 foot high and  low tide dock makes this the home far the  boater. Fishing, water skiing and pleasure  boating all out the front door on 100 feet of  your own .78 acres of waterfront property.  Beautiful 1280 square feet A-frame home  features three bedrooms with loft and part  finished basement. 25x8 sundeck overlooks  Howe Sound. Large guest cottage with  fireplace, fridge, stove, 220V and sundeck.  $109,500.  POPLAR LANE: Only one block from schools  and shopping with 2084 square feet of  finished home. This split level custom home  features heatilator fireplace, 2-1/2 baths (3  piece ensuite off the master bedroom) with  a 7x8 walk in closet. 20 x 17 family room  'opens on to'a'large syndeck with wrap-'  around benches. Concrete driveway leads  up to double fully enclosed garage. 'Many  special features that must be seen. $69,900.  CENTRAL RD & REED RD: 3.98 acres of  dynamite view. Keats I-Bowen Island I North  Shore Mountains) A truly panoramic  outlook. Zoned for 1/4 acre lot subdivision.  The main home is 1120 square feet with 2  bedrooms, heatilator fireplace, covered  carport, large utility or workshop area. Plus  300 square feet cottage with new wiring  and plumbing, (presently rented). ���Com-  fortable living and excellent Investment all  In one. $95,000.  TRICKLEBROOK DRIVE: Brand new three  bedroom two storey home with full garage.  Excellent family home covered by Builders'  Warranty Programme; This home Is  designed for low cost heating with thermopane windows throughout plus fireplace.,  The home qualifies for the $1,000 new home  grant or the $2,500 first family home grant.  $46,000.  LOTS  JOE ROAD: 5 year old three bedroom full  basement home in Roberts Creek. Situated  on 1 acre below Highway 101 with 4/10 of  an acre above the highway. Nicely treed  (and landscaped with ocean view. This home  is 1200 square feet with fireplace on living  room feature wall. Oil fired hot water  heating system provides maximum efficiency. Basement has roughed in plumbing  and_ fixtures and _awaits_the_ handyman_to__  finish the rec room etc. Huge sundeck with  southern exposure accents this lovely  home. $59,900.  SUNSHINE COAST TRAU.ER COURT: Immaculate 3-1/2 year old double wide 24x42  on large plot in trailer court with lots of  privacy. Includes washer, dryer, fridge,  stove, wheels and hitches. Double windows  and 12x12 addition at entrance. Livingroom  has fireplace. $22,700.  OCEAN BEACH ESPLANADE: WATERFRONT.  High quality waterfront home on land-  scaped 1/2 acre. Located on Gower Point's  sunny Ocean Beach Esplanade. Home  features two large bedrooms, two baths,  kitchen with custom-made moplecabinets  and two finished fireplaces. Cement  driveway. $95,000.  TRICKLE COURT: Brand new three bedroom  ranch style home. Features double carport  plus storage area. 5 foot overhang soffits  and bevelled cedar siding. Inside there is a  spacious kitchen with separate utility and  mud room. Living room has heatilator  fireplace with stone facing. All with view  potential. $49,900.  COMMERCIAL  SEAVIEW MARKET - ROBERTS CRK: Living  ' quarters of 804 square feet. This is the only  grocery store in the area and the business is.  i growing steg-dily."'An ideal set-up for a  family operation. The store hours are 10  a.m. to 6:30 p.m. seven days a wekk. Profit  and loss statement and list of equipment  available to bona fide purchasers. Stock is  approximately $15,000. $79,000 plus stock.  REVENUE  WINN ROAD: Four-plex, Positive cash flow  with eleven thousand dollars revenue per  year. Top units contain five bedrooms with  one and a half bathrooms: Lower suites are  large two bedroom units. Low maintenance  and good return make this an excellent  Investment value. Close to all the  amenities. Financing available. $94,500.  FAIRVIEW RD: Revenue. Duplex on a 1/2  acre lot represents the ideal Investment  property. There are, 1232 square feet' in  both of these side by side units. Features  are post and .beam construction with  feature wall fireplace and sundecks. There  Is appeal to separate rental markets with a  two and three bedroom suite. Assumption  of present mortgage makes purchase very  easy and a yearly Income of over $7,000  makes this property hard to beat. $75,000.  B  Live In this quiet area of winding streets and cul de sacs and  still be within walking distance to schools, shopping,  medical clinic, theatre and swimming pool.  COME IN AND DISCUSS TERMS. PURCHASE NOW FOR THE FUTURE  SUNNYCREST  SHOPPING  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  886-2277 VffiaSLSSffl^   68M513  CONVfiYANCINO   *   REAL  ESTATE  CONSULTINO   *   APPRAISALS * NOTARY PUBLIC,  -MMsWa  POPLAR LANE: Beautiful flat building lot  with view of North Shore Mountains.  Located on the end of a quiet cul de sac only  1 block to Sunnycrest Shopping Centre and  schools. All services ' Including sewer.  Ad|acent to grass playing field, $14,900.  SCHOOL RD: Three view lots 73 x 110. On  sewer. Three blocks from schools and  shopping centre. Cleared for building.  $16,000 each.  SMITH ROAD: Cleared view Ipt close to ferry  terminal and ocoan view, Triangular shaped  lot with good building site, $14,000.  COA.CH RD: Roberts Creek. Large lot  70x270' In quiet rural subdivision. Ready to  build on. Owner Is anxious to sell and offers  excellent terms, Asking price $12,000, Try  $2500 down payment, $150 per month ��  12*/. Interest.  GOWER PT RD at 14th: Nearly 1/2 acre of  view property. Approximately B0 x 250'. R2  iconea with 2 distinctive building sites, Local  bylaws allow 2 dwellings on this property.  Partially cleared. Close to Gibsons .and  close to the beach. $17,900.  CHERYL ANNE PARK ROAD: Roberts Creek.  Large lot with beautiful trees and some  view on quiet cul de sac In area of fine  homes. Before you decide tee this attractive  low priced property, Owner will consider  term*. $12,500.  LANGDALE RIDGE: Lot 8, Davidson Road.  Bargain price on this lot amongst attractive  * new Kbmii oh quiet cul de sac, $fl,|950  .SANDY.HOOK ROAD: Sechelt Inlet Estates.  Excellent building lot with water, hydro and  telephone to lot. A spectacular view of  Porpoise Bay and only 4-1/2 miles from  Sechell, $8,900.  SANDY HOOK ROAD: Three Ideal building  ;loti In beautifully wooded and park like  setting, These view lots overlook Porpoise,  Bay and Sechelt Inlet, Water, hydro and  paved "road- * In good quality subdivision.  $10,000 each.  BONNIEBROOK SUBDIVISION: Extra large  view loti In quiet cul de sac. All services,  tasy cartop boat launching. Only one block  -lltflriTTtirt^  UPLANDS ROAD: Tuwanek. Ideal recreation  lot In beautifully wooded and park like  setting. Zoned for trailers. This lot  overlooks Sechelt Inlet and the Lamb Island.  $8,900.  LORRIE GIRARD  886-7760  JONMcRAE  885-3670  ANNE GURNEY  886*2164  WAKEFIELD RD: Fully serviced lot on paved  road. View, overlooking Trail Islands. Bring  offers. $14,500.  GLASSFORD ROAD: This must be the best  buy oh the market. 63 x 160'cleared. Sewer ��� _%l��p II/_!���  and water connected*, Culvert and fill. Ready1 ACREAGE  to build. $10,000.  GRANDVIEW RD: At the corner of Mahon.  Southern  exposure  overlooking  Georgia  Strait   and  Vancbuver  island.  Quiet  no  through road, Nearly 1/3 of an acre with  104 feet of frontage. Clote to schools and  shopping. The perfect building tlte for your  home. $16,900.  SKYLINE DRIVE: Irregular thaped lot with  great view of Village, the Bay wharf and  boats. An area of nice hornet. 100 feet on  Skyline Drjvo, Approximately 180 feet In  depth. $13,500.  McCULLOUGH RD; WlUon Creek. Clote to  one acre of treed properly with sub-dlvltlon  possibilities. $22,500.       '  SOUTH FLETCHER: At School Road. Two lott  40 x 150 each. One lot has a cottage which  could be  rented,  These  lots  are  mostly  cleared and' ready for building, A tpec<  tacular view of the entire Bay area and  Keats Island, $27,500,  ELPHINSTONE'AVENUE; $1,000,000 view.  Located on Elphinstone Avenue at Granthams, Hat lane at back. Suit two storey  home with level entry at front. $9,500.  SMITH RD; Good view lot 125 x 165 with a  good building tlte and an unobstructed  o<*qn,ylew,,|l413Q0,  PRATT RD: Near Cedar Grove School, Thlt  lot It cleared and ready to build on. Mature  fruit trees dot thlt 76x125 lot. $13,500.  GRANDVIEW ft HEAD; View lott, all ter.  vlcet, ready to build on. Clote to ocean  beach accett and clote to Olbtont. Priced  Irom $13,500.  COCHRANOE ROAD: Good building lot 65 x  130, Close to thopplng and the ocean.  Sewer easement of 10' on i.e. tide of the  k.|otf$i!.jaoo1'"m-���-" ���i-j���t�����-�����-�������-��������"���'- -'���--  SUNNYSIDE SUBDIVISION: Large lott, mott  have 100' frontage with 190' depth, In quiet  rural letting. All lott nicely treed with  touthern expoture. 1-1/2 blockt to tchoolt  and thopplng centre, Priced from $13,900.  POPIAM iA^^VlH������-l^4������dy��4����^H  ..jmfnltlei,,,J9^K.(J.93,,,,.yery���,,rf<!iion,a>ly  priced. $8,906,  CHRIS MNKAINEN   ARNE PETTERSEN   JAYVISSER   DAVE ROBERTS  885-3545 116-9793 683*3300        886-8040  HIGHWAY 101: 21 acres of gorgeous treed  property on Highway 101 directly acrott  from the Sunshine Coatt Golf Coune, Al-C  zoning permltt tubdlvltlon, domestic In-  duttry, all types of animals, agriculture,  campsite, public or commercial outdoor  recreation, drive-In theatre etc.  $99,000.  GAMBIER ISLAND: 8.2 WATERFRONT acret  on Gambler Island. 260' on waterfront x  1230. Approximately 2 acres cleared + 6  Ares tall timber. Secluded bay with 2 year  old wharf, ramp and float approximately 40  x 15. Sandy beach, stream and pool then  property. Water, power and telephone In.  Approximately 800 tq ft cabin yet to be  finished, 200 degree wett/touth-wett view.  275' supply train to cabin. Ideal recreational  and Investment. $125,000,  CHASTER RD: Two acret of nicely treed,  level land acrott the ttreet from Cedar  Orove School. Zoning allowt subdivision  Into 1/4 acre lott, Excellent for hobby farm  or Investment, $30,000.  ARGENT RD: 2.7 treed acret In the heart of  Robertt Creek. 5 lot tubdlvltlon hat been  approved. Excellent toll and,, drainage.  Perfect for hobby farm on holding property.  FP $34,900.  HIGHWAY 101: ��17 acros vacant land  located on Highway 10), Middlepolnt +30  mllet from Gibsons. Logging rood, not in  use, through property, Average subdivision  siioparmllle-j 1/2 aero, Southerly exposure  and good vlow, $30,500,  BAYVIEW; 2,8 partially cleared acres In  Robert* Croek with 275' Irontage. Creek  runs through Ihe property, Ideal for hohhy  tarm. Clote to beach, Zoning permits  tubdlvlslon Into 1/2 acre lots'.' $39,900.  HIGHWAY 101: +30 acres with Imuloted  cottage |utt remodelled. Located on Highway 101 In Middle Point �� mllos Irom  Glbtont, Average tubdlvltlon tlie per-  mlMed 1/2 oue. CttUoye Ho* .��H ����rvtf��.  Southerly expoture ond view Jrom hjghejr  elevation at roar? $49,500,  STEVE SAWYER  889-2691  s  ll^SW^Wto^^^jj;^       ^ ..     . .-*/  PageB-6  The Peninsula Times        May 30,1979  Explaining the term  "Buyer's Market"    '  The words buyers' market   the six major considerations  ^houloVnot4hK>^eawnto4he^  breast of a,vendor. Instead, it   choice. If your property meets  885-3295  Box 979 Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  Next to the Gulf Station  Van. Direct  681*7931  Where Real Estate is serious���but a pleasure  _canjv.oik.in.his .favour.   Traditionally, more houses  are made available on the  market at this time of year,  and though 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  happy with his choice because  he has had great comparison  opportunity! ���   Convenience,    location,  condition, space and facilities,  -neighbourhoodimd-price^are���  most _of all of, the _av��rage_..  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  Acreage  duplicated at the same price,  again.  Advertising-  helps you find   exactly  what you need.  _CANADIAN-ADV��fU-SlMGJlOVI-DB--BOABD   ^-^H   ^S&l    SPECIAL OF  77T"      THE WEEK  ==���3"  BABINE   RIVER   RESORT  Accommodations, for 20 or  more guests. Completely  refurbished arid ready to go.'  Huge trout and Trophy moose  PARADISE. $40,000 Down ���  FULL PRICE $90,000  Chuck Dowman 885-9374  ___t_Ji__- k____i.  WW  _\J_^-ii_.if3s_.i^  Century West Real Estate (1978) Ltd.  Box 1490. Sechelt, B.C VON 3AQ  C85-*271  "The Property  Movers"  WHARF  REALTY LTD.  885-5171  Feoftrre Home of the week  HALFMOON BAY #L-135|  This   quality   built   1549   sq   ftj  Panabode 3 bdrm, full basement!  home with 2 stone fireplaces on|  Redrooffs Rd, Halfmoon Bay, wlthf  2.2 acres of subdlvldable land.f  Gently sloped tp the south, wlthlnj  1/4 mile of  ,     elementqry school, grades 1-3, general store, post  Aofttc*&Wnm��n^^  \ mile away where, you can launch' your boat. F.P.-  $88,500. Call Pat 885-9487.  PENDER HARBOUR WATERFRONT  Moor your boat on the private  float and walk' the stone pathways past the greenhouse, the  guest cabin and the fishpond to  3,000 sq. ft. of architect designed  home. Two fireplaces and huge  windows and decks. Exceptional  home for the demanding buyer  $120,000. F.P. 885-5171 or call  Bob 885-3531 EVESi  mt>  I  "Your Real Estate hosts on the  Sunshine Coast"  PAT MURPHY     BOB BEAUPRE      TREV GODDARD  885-9487 863-3531 886-2658  THIS WEEK IT FEATURES  LARRY MOORE  AS OUR NEWEST SALES REPRESENTATIVE  lorry hat served the Sunthlne Coatt lor the past five yean at a  general contractor ond builder of fine hornet. We are pleated to  announce Larry at our Salet Repretentatlve.  Larry may be contacted through the office anytime at 8853239 and  hit telephone number It 885-9213.  SHOWCASE HOME OP THE WEEK  8.4 ACRES OP WEST SECHELT  Thete lovely level B.4 acret come complete with rambling  two bedroom home. Lott of room for entertaining In the  24x18' family room. Large outdoor patio and tundeckt.  This property hot well londtcpped grounds ond a tuper  growing garden that I* already planted. To tee thlt lovely  home and acreage call Larry, 885-9213 or 885-2239.  ccr.HELT  >*H$!UiWWi9- (W^WSWiMSSttBiw.! (Mj.iwvw-  ���##$M_#w>tt   .i(��m*  Coatt to Coait Service.  889-2238-24 hn.  AGENCIES LTD.  Free Catalogue  ���sr  ���w  J*is *��-����*  -5JUW^vA��-S)' ��'�����  ��8  ROBERTSCREEK     $55,000  Finally 4-1/2 acres, a  1 bedroom home of 600 sq.  TtT~A~ ^ewlv^Btastrucfed  barn of 9Mjuj>ft., fenced  _jan___J[iiQM^u_c.e----and_a  southern/ exposure ort a  gentle slope. A beautiful  property. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton for more information, 885-3971.  EAST PORPOISE  BAY $104,900  Superb ranch-style home  located on 3 acres of level,  treed land! Tastefully  finished throughout  featuring 4 bdrms, 3 pee.  master enste, family rm  plus in-law accom and a  guest cottage. Call for appt  to see. Ray Bernier, 885-  5225 or Emilie Henderson,  885-5383.  ��\::~x:  EAST PORPOISE BAY  View $98,500  A short 10 minute drive  from Sechelt will take you  to this exceptional  8.924=acres, partly cleared  Twith-good garden soil. The  1208 �� sq. ft. two  bedroom home has million  dollar view of Sechelt Inlet,  extra large living room  with fireplace, plus garage  and workshop. Washer,  dryer, range and fridge  included in sale. Please  call Corry Ross, 885-9250.  ACREAGE IN GIBSONS  $69,900  Here's good value) A well-  maintained remod home on  level 5 acre parcel. 3 acres  are cleared and arable��� just  perfect for a mini-farm. Call  in and we'll be pleased to  show It. Ray Bernier, 885-  5225, or Emilie Henderson,  685-5383.  WILSON CREEK $18,500  This is a seml-waterfront  summer cottage, approx. 500  sq. ft. one bedroom and a  fireplace In a cozy living  room. Lovely garden area and  2 extra buildings on property  for storage or conversion to a  guest cottage. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton for viewing, 885-  3971.  HWY 101 a LOWER  RD $42,000  8.26 acres of prime land  located on north side of Highway 101 at Lower Road. Road  access on east tide. A top  piece of treed acreage, clote  to schools and shopping. Call  Rene Sutherland,   885-9362.  SECHELT VILLAOE 2 Lott  $18,000, ea.  Two nicely treed lott, side by  tide, together totalling approx. 200' of highway  frontage. Clote to Chatelech  Junior Secondary School. To  view, call Rene Sutherland,  885-9362.  SELMA PARK $16,000  Large view lot with southern  expoture. Clote to beach.  Accett It from both Greer  Road and Highway, Call  Suzanne Dunkerton, 885-  3971.  Here they are ��� the  benefits of waterfront but  not the cost I Fabulous  view and-one block-to  sandy beach. IMA sq ft  -two-bedrao/q^bnglrJarge  living (ffiCJ-mtng room  with a ^replace.Large  ^undeck~ahcl carport. Easy  care landscaping that is  very attractive. A  greenhouse and a metal  storage shed add to this  -5M___Jj_pj_Lcftd_hac_e__i;pJ I  Suzanne Dunkerton, 885-  3971. .  Homes  *M  m  HOPKINS $88,000  A spectacular view and a  home with elegance .and  comfort. Over 1700 sq. ft.  on two . levels, two  bedrooms, a large living  and dining room set off by  cathedral ceilings and-a  heatilator fireplace.  Kitchen is bright and  spacious. A 36 x 11' cedar  sundeck to enjoy the  landscaped garden.  Property is all fenced. All  this and close to ferries.  Call Suzanne Dunkerton,  885-3971.  m  limmm-  GAMBIER ISLAND  $65,000  1/2 acre of sunny privacy.  Enjoy the ocean view from  the sundeck of this quality  constructed home ��� 1372  sq. ft. of comfortable living  space on each floor. A few  of the features are wall to  wall throughout, wet bar,  2-1/2 baths, plus two  fireplaces. All appliances,  some furnishings and  drapes are included. Truly  a bargain. Call Terri  Hanson for appt. to view.  885-5046.  &���;  i'5����  v4___L  >.<i__i  HALFMOON BAY   $45,900  Contemporary split-level in  perfect condition on  secluded lot easy to  maintain. 3 bdrmt, 2  bathroomt, close to water  access. Call for ap-.  polntment to view, Ray  Bernler, 885-5225, or  Emilie Henderson, 885-  5383.  Yy^'ih&i  -'<, A-^  WINN RD-GIBSONS   $15,000  Here Is a lot with everything.  Extra large & services,  southern expoture to water  and mountain view. Close to  all amenities. Call Suzanne to  view, 8853971.  SEMI-WATERFRONT $25,800  A good buy on a quiet large  double ended lot across from  small Marina. Beautiful view.  Call Terrl Hanton for more  detallt, 885-5046.  KEATS ISLAND $7,600  Nicely treed corner lot with a  view. Hydro A water  available. 8x12 thed to  remain.  Call  Terrl   Hanton.  ROBERTS CREEK     $59,000  .Brand-���new���.thoughtfully-  designed home. 3  bedrooms and full  ^>asement-and^ 344~sq. ftr  of living area. Large  spacious kitchen with lots  of storage - and counter  space. Living room and  dining room are openj)lan  and both enjoy the comfort  of the fireplace. Basement  is ready to be finished with  your own ideas.. Large  private lot which backs  onto cr creek. Within  walking distance of the  school and the beach. Call  Suzanne Dunkerton for  more information, 885-  3971.  .'��:v��L  LANGDALE Semi  Waterfront  A delightful country  setting yet only minutes  from schools, shopping  and the Langdale ferry.  Spacious 3 bdrm home.  Fireplace & large private  patio to enjoy the  panoramic ocean view.  1536 sq. ft. bsmt awaits  your finishing touch. Easy  access to beach and immediate occupancy are a  few of the feature*'that  enhance this' quality  constructed home. Phone  Terrl for appt. to view.  Irreplaceable at $89,900.  885-5046.  WILSON CREEK $35,000  Seml-waterfront. A well  maintained 5 year old 2  bedroom house with an extra  large living and dining room  combination. The fridge and  stove and washer are included. Carport and storage  shed and a lovely landscaped  lot. This is a prepaid lease  with 15 years left. Suzanne  Dunkerton will give you more  Information on lease, 885-  3971.  ROBERTSCREEK $93,500  Custom built 3 bedroom 1550  sq. ft. executive home located  on 3 level subdlvldable acres,  partly landscaped, partly  woodsy. Top quality  throughout with Innumerable  extras. Near good beach. Call  Corry Ross, 885-9250.  SELMA PARK $14,000  17 years of lease left on this 2  bedroom home. A family size  kitchen with a view. Large  garden area and a small  workshop. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton for more Information, 885-3971.  *���*?���-  Waterfront  REVENUE Wilton  Creeks 7     $98;500  A uniquely designed 2  bdrm~duplexr-Eaeh^-wlth  1182 sq. ft. spacious open  living     room     with     a  fireplace. Kitchen is bright  and convenient, lots of  work area and storage  space. Dining room located  directly off the kitchen.  Large-10 jc J Jclft_sundeck^.!U  bedroom inlaw suite under  one side of duplex and a  large concrete basement  on the other side. Located  on 2/3 of an acre and close  to the beach. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton for more information, 885-3971.  WATERFRONT DAVIS  BAY $79,900  Lge private lot 76 x 356'. A  terrific view and sandy beach.  PutHjasement with rec-roor  utility room' and roughed-in  plumbing. 2 bdrms, 2 baths.  Kitchen has built-in breakfast  Tiook; two" sundecks tor en|oy~  the spectacular ocean view.  -Phone-Terri- Hanson to viewv-  885-5046.  ��Ti  ff -n  BRAND NEW $49,900  Good ocean view from this  new 3 bdrm located In  quiet convenient WILSON  CREEK. Immed possession.  Call Emilie Henderson,  885-5383 or Ray Bernier,  885-5225.  x-  1AKINAWLAKE   $124,90(  Waterfront acreage��� 16  acres rblake frontage. Two  bedrm house - and guest  cottage, 2 floats and  boathouse. Private Bay.  Call Ray Bernier, 886-8241.  SELMA PARK $21,500  Unique waterfront home  remodelled, fully winterized  and completely furnished.  Protected anchorage behind  breakwater. Leasdd property;  ideal summer home, easily  rented. Emilie Henderson,  885-5383 or Ray Bernier, 885-  5225.  KEATS ISLAND $47,900  3 bdrm panabode situated on  a nicely treed lot 65 x 130'.  Panoramic view, with easy  access to a level beach. 890  sq ft of comfortable living  space, equipped with private  water system. Phone Terri  Hanson to view,   885-5046.  SELMA PARK $13,000  Two bedrooms in this 600 ��  sq. ft. home/Combination''  dining room and kitchen add  to the cozy atmosphere. The  fridge, stove, washer and  dryer are also included. This  Is on lease land and has 16  years left. Cqll Suzanne  Dunkerton for more Information.  CHASTER ROAD $85,600  Large modern houte with  view. Batement It tet up and  uted at a halrdrettlng talon,  but could be In-law tulte.  Extra wide lot for privacy,  which alto may be tub-  divided. Excellent financing it  attumable. ' Call Suzanne  Dunkerton for more Info, 885-  3971.  GOWER POINT       $85,000  Private quiet beach at your  front door. This 2 bedroom  home as 1050 sq. ft. of  warm immaculate living  space, a kitchen that is  spacious and convenient,  lots of stQHKfe T^ce, not  to merim^JrvVr Teak wall  and sufom made cedar  cupboards. Cozy living and  dining room with a cut  stone fireplace. A  workshop downstairs  which could be a rec room.  A beautiful garden full of  shrubs, flowers ahd bushes  surrounds" this ' lovely  home/ Call . Suzanne  Dunkerton, 885-3971.  SAKINAW     LAKE     $7,000  Here it is ��� 100 feet of  waterfront at an affordable  price. Build your hideaway  and relax. Water access only.  Call Suzanne Dunkerton, 885-  3971.  TUWANEK WATERFRONT  LOTS  Side by side beauties ���110'  of waterfrontage priced at  $26,500 AND 95' of waterfrontage priced at $25,000.  Gentle slope to water and  southerly exposure enhance  these properties. Phone Terri  for more details,  885-5046.  Industrial  SEAMOUNT INDUSTRIAL  PARK  Now selling ��� light Industrial, service, commercial. Located on Highway 101 In the village of  Gibsons, Seamount Industrial Park provides a  mixed package of lots and  acreage sites. Reasonably  priced, fully serviced with  347-600 volt three phase  power, sewer, water,  paved roads and street  lighting. Lot sizes start at  50 x 150, $12,950. Call  Rene Sutherland, 885-  9362.  Lots  GRANDVIEW   RD,   OIBSONS  $12,600  Here It the building lot you've  been looking for. Clote to  tchoolt, thopplng & beach.  Potential view to boot.  Surrounded by quality new  hornet. Call Suzanne for more  Information, 885-3971.  REDROOFFS $7,000  Check the price and compare.  Thlt lot It priced to tell.  Excellent building lot with  easy accett. Trailers per*  mlttlble. Cqll Terrl for more  Information.  DAVIS BAY $15,800  Beautiful sloping lot, In an  area of well-kept hornet,  view, acrott the ttralt to  Vancouver Island. Spectacular sunsets, good garden  soil, close to stores and Davis  Bay Beach. Call Don  Sutherland, 885-9362.  ROBERTSCREEK $15,500  VIEW plut 94 ft of creekside  and 164 ft of depth. Centrally  located to tchoolt, thopplng  and beach. Percolation hat  been approved at well at  building plant. Excellent  residential lot. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton, 885-3971.  PENDERHARBOUR    $12,500  Lovely view lot overlooking  Texada and Latquetl Itlandt.  70x290' approx. Cleared and  ready for building, beach  accett clote by, trailers  permissible. Phone Terrl  Hanton for more detallt, 885-  5046.  Commercial  GIBSONS  Small thriving cafe business  In the heart of Gibsons. Call  Suzanne for more Information, 885-3971.  RAY BERNIER  CORRY ROSS  RENE SUTHERLAND  EMIUI HENDERSON  ���e>t-��_>e_i  SUZANNE DUNKERTOfl  ����^^-^,Jl.(HW7.1^..^.   TERRI HANSON  885-6046  North Vancouver  139 Wett 16th Street  Wett Vancouver  1506 Marine Drive  ���" VonceuveT"" "" OTHER" OmCEI' ~  3343 Klngiway T O SERVE YOU  MEMBtft OP "RHOCATION lt*V|C�� CANADA" RWIMAL IYITIM  '""-"���Sumy ���"*-"  10474 137th St.  20383 Frater Hwy  "'"���"''*'''' f*ovfell Wver ��� ���������  4726 Marine Avenue  \ .,���._S-  Wednesday, May 30,1979  The Peninsula Times  Coast Sirokers  Fulfillment of a dream  By Dennis Gray  There seems, to be two types of dreams,-   largely by the generosity, of understai  idyllic and dynamic. One a relaxation , ing people, First the land was made avail-  . of thei mindlhe-Otheita.pianjif.actiQn, on jl _aWe.by Mr,-LenJ_ran.Bgm_)nd^the-potholes.  pleasant but improbable interlude, the  other, tied to reality, one an unrealistic  romp to fulfillment and success, the other  the same road with potholes.   v  ��� With age we get "jostled, bumped and  -periiaps--tiirown~off--fee--road" by these  potholes often enough to be able to  distingaish one type of'dream from the,  other. For youngsters this distinction is  not always so clear, romanticism and  imagination may lead to unobtainable  -expectations��� - .   were soon cleared away by Robinson's  tractor under the skilled hands of Butch  Erickison, moral support and encouragement in the face of. an enraged  neighbour came from Morgan Thompson,  Tnm Gary and his firemen watered down  the track when the weatherman failed us,  the ambulance crew gave us what time  they could spare and Mrs. Dan Gory offered her first aid services in their absence. These people helped to make the  Peninsula's first moto-X a success and r  For me, last Sunday's moto-cross was  =toe?fuffiuTinentni^  stacks  and  potholes  were   overcome  Provincial Court  ���Impaired-driving-and -driving���while-  over .08 charges nearly 18-months-old  were dismissed last week in Sechelt  Provincial Court because of insufficient  evidence. r   '"   ."  Charges against Lawrence Everad  Wade of Vancouver were dismissed after-  Judge J.S.P. Johnson ruled evidence given  in voir dire by Constable R. Turlock was  inadmissible and the Crown called no  thank them.  victory, for others the joy of a good scrap*  and for still others an abrupt impact with  reality. To some these realities may not  seem fair, the holes too keep or the road,  too rough but life cannot always be fair  to everyone. To an eleven-year-old it may  seem-particularly-unfair���to have to  compete with older boys and larger bikes.  With so many things against him I wondered if one young rider;would show up  after a grueling practice race, but there he  was, looking dusty and ragged but still  determined. His bike having stood up to  many hours of his youthful energy and  enthusiasm looked well worn. I could see  from the set of his jaw that the problems  further-evidence. 7 and potholes from his first race had just^  Judge Johnson fined Wade $150 on a   deepened his resolve and he left the  another charge of failing to appear in   starting  line  with  perhaps   less   ex-  court December 21,1977.  - Defence lawyer Sidney Simons said  Wade's failure to appear was not an attempt to "frustrate justice" but because  he had no recollection of receiving an  appearance notice December 2,1977 "nor  of the previous evening's events". v  Allan James Crane, 48, was fined $700  and given six months probation to attend  the impaired drivers' course after he  pleaded guilty to driving while over .08.  pectations but certainly no less determination. r   _ .   .  This particular boy didn't come in first  but he gave the race everything his young  body and old bike could deliver and he was,  a real winner.  Perhaps Sunday's race made the  destinction between dreams'clearer and  took him a ways down the bumpy road to  manhood.  Keep strokin'.  PageB-7  Book Look  By MURINE REDMAN  THE   CONSERVE*SOLUTION   by  Lawrence Solomon, Doubleday 1978, 220,  pages. *6.9S paperback. $12.'50 HB  "Only six per cent of our land area is fit  for cultivation," even in colder Canada  there is "practical power of the sun", we  Lawrence Solomon is refreshing in his  wisdom unlike some_ other conservationists who WdffldliWe"usall'return to"  caves. He presents realistic solutions,  albeit seemingly simplistic. They involve  cooperation between industry, business,  government and individuals.  He says that we have the need, the  hnology-and the cxperionco-to-build-a-  conserver society. All that is missing is the  will. Old advice ��� build in durability,  monitor advertising, conduct research,  buy Canadian���is all there. It is, however,  enlightened advice as his collection of date  proves. : _._   can individually save enough energy ta  "eliminate the need for an entire nuclear  _plant"~(Ontario,~for~example)7"��oclearr  energy is "twice as expensive as regular  electricity", "by 1985 weairbe importing a  million barrels (of oity a day to keep our  economy lubricated". Surprising facts.  In his "blueprint for the conserver  -society" Solomonbacksup his advise with  astounding tales^ofplsnned-obsolescenc  and waste of resources. They are facts, not  the rantings of placard carrying nitwits  who know what is wrong but do not know  how to solve the problem.   Some of his solutions include restraints  on resources thai are sold elsewhere.  ^xptoratioTvdevelbpmeftt arid control of  natural resources is recommended. Reuse of scrap heaps* which  still hold  LOGGER  COLLECTS  reward with his award.  Chris Wigard Junior Logger  winner at Timber Days  'Creek Women's Centre speaker  Gretchen Grinnell, a feminist therapist  who has a private practice in Vancouver  will be speaking at the Women's Centre in  Roberts Creek at 7:30 p.m. Monday, June  4. Gretchen will talk about "Personal  power, taking back your own". A fee of $5  will be charged. Because of the limited  space, anyone interested should phone  Trudy at 886-9714 to reserve a seat:  volved. The Centre exists as a comfortable  space of our own, with a good library and  lots of information in the files. The  potential exists to make the place  whatever women want, all that is needed  is energy, ideas and involvement.  A good way to find out what the Centre  is about would be to come to the luncheon  on Friday, June 1 between noon and 2 p.m.  The Women'sCentre has been virtually   v^here.a^re^t lunch can bef had for $3. You  inactive M$ .pasjt yeas^due ^to. lack, of  energy and involvement: It would seem at  this time that there is still a need for a  support system for local women, and it is  hoped that more people can become in-  Junior Logger of the Day at Sechelt's  Timber Days was Chris Wigard who also  won nail driving and teamed up with  Karen Solli to win and double Swede saw  bucking. Lionel Turley of Gibsons Was  Junior Sportsman of the Day and winner of  the junior chokerman's race.  Lady Logger of the Day was Bonnie  Wigard and the Weldwood Trophy for  Logger of the Day went to Brad Lance.  Sportsman of the Day was John Hind'  son.  Results, :by event were: Underhand  l'<^f���.'Y_���T^J^_Jv^'���f'~'T--^R=J__._^.lA���   <i"iO ftWUflScBJ   eveni  were:   uuucniam,  ^geetlot^f^roen^^^ 2 ft^Hta*  the. Centre' will be realized  The Women's Centre is the little brown  building behind the Roberts Creek Post  Office, corner of Hall and Lower Rd.  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Seaside Plaza  886-2000  Gibsons  8862607  HB GORDON AGENCIES LTD.  30 Years - Cowrie St., Sechelt  SECHELT BOULEVARD  Watorfront ��tylo, architect dotlgnvd and moticuloui craftsmanship In this spacious two bodroom homo, The four main  rooms aro orientated to the south facing view over the Gulf,  Everything you wanted In a home Is here, from the electric hoist  for the living room fireplace wood, to a wine cellar In the fully  developed lower level. Priced at one hundred and thirty five. Por  your private showing call John Wilson.  Days 885*2013  Evenings 885*9365  mm*  ..because every  child has the  1979  International  Year of tho  Child  .�����"    <Fmm  _iJ_fj  liiiiceft' Camilla Cf)  son, Men's Axe Throw (open) 1. Brian  Couture 2. Ronnie Brackett, Men's Axe  CBC Highlights  Sun and Moon  AM RADIO    ,  Saturday: The Hornby Collection 8:05  p.m. Sun and Moon ��� a novel by the  distinguished poet and painter P.K. Page,  dramatized by Peter Haworth.  Sunday: CBC Stage 1:05p.m. A Murder  or Two by Michael Brett.  Celebration 9:05 p.m. Instead of Pep  Pills .Try Gregorian Chant ��� Dr. Alfred  Tomatis, a leading ear specialist and  pioneer In the applied psychology of  heating,'believes the fundamental organ  of our emerging consciousness is the ear.  Chant, he believes, has a psychological  and phsiological healing effect upon  humans.  Monday: Mostly Music 10:30 p.m.  Monday through Friday visits the Stratford Festival, h ...  Tuesday: CBC Playhouse The Dixie  Diamond Detectives by Larry Fineberg,r  stallti? Fiona Reid and Shirley Douglas  ��� a threc-pmf mystery thriller. Episode 1  tonight.  FM RADIO  Saturday: Signature 7:05 p.m. Part I In  the Middle of a Blue Balloon records the  third annual Great- Canadian Poetry ,  Weekend at Blue Mountain, Colllngwood,  Ontario. Part n The Roots of Reggae���an  exploration of the ingredients of Jamaican  music.  Sunday: Celebration 10:05 p.m.  ,Gergorlan Chant and polyphony for the  Feast of Pentecost and Bach's Whltsun  Cantata.  TELEVISION  ���Wednesday) Major League Baseball  4:30 p.m. Detroit Tigers and Blue Jays.  Thursday: Dracula 8 p.m. BBC special,  starring Louis Jordan.  Friday: Take Thirty 2;30 p.m. repeats,  note change of time and day.  Search for tho Stars finalists of the du  Maurler Search for Stars Talorrt Competition.  * Saturday; Sportaweekcnd 12 hbori;  European Cup of Champions ��� soccer,  Malmovs Nottingham; The Selene Stakes  from Toronto; Canadian Gymnastics  Champlonshhtps from Winnipeg. Winston  Drag Racing from Cayuga. Pan Am Archery from Camp Borden.  Sunday: For the Record 9 p.m. re-run  of topical dramas ~ tonight A Matter k  Choicer*' "'"'  ��� " '������������'-���- ��� "���������  All Creature* Great ond Small 10 p.m.  Episode 3, It takes alljflhds   Monday This Lpnd 10:30 p.m. Wings to  the Future, a look at waterfowl con-  Tuesday CBC Film Festival 9 p.m. The  Littlo Girl Who Uvea Down tho \Amf  starring Jodie Foster, Martin Sheen,  Alexis Smith and Scott Jacoby. Parental  Guidance recommended,  Throw (novice) 1. James Henke 2. Ron  Berreault, Limited Power Saw Bucking 1.  Brian Couture 2. Brad Lance, Unlimited  Power Saw Bucking 1. Brad Lance 2.  Spencer Wigard, Underhand Chop  (novice) 1. Teddy Brackett 2. Ron  ���Perreault, Ladies Axe T. Bonnie Wigard 2.  Betty Tyson, Standing Block Chop (open)  1. Brad Lance 2. Ron Brackett, Ladies Nail  Driving 1. Laurie Tyson 2. unknown,  Standing Block Chop (novice) 1. Larry  Jimmy 2. Teddy Brackett, Ladies Double  , Bucking 1. Lynn Allen and Bonnie Wigard  ^a^Vickie^Htadsenand'La^'a Iiee'Solli^  'Men's Double Rucking 1. Ronnie Brackett  and James Henke 2. Brian Couture and  Brian Christian, Obstacle Pole Race 1.  Brian Couture 2. Jimmy Marr, Jack and  Jill Bucking 1. Spencer and Bonnie Wigard  2. Ron Brackett and Lynn Allen, Mens'  Single Bucking 1. John Pinkster 2. Brian  Christiansen, Pole Climb, Ron Perreault,  Chokermans Race (open) 1. Brian  Christiansen 2. John Hindson, Choker-  ��� mans Race (novice) 1. Teddy Brackett 2.  James Henke.  BITFHYLLIS DORST  ���'   The Women's Aglow Fellowship met on  May 15 in Harmony Hall for a lunch of  soup and sandwiphes. We enjoyed a time  of singing and fellowship with friends old'  and new..  It was a pleasure to have as our guests  Dora Becker and Marge Wiebe who are  members of the Mainland Area board of  the Fellowship. They presented us with  our Charter making us an official chapter.  Dora Becker played her harpsicord and  sang some very inspiring songs for us. We  praise God.for Dora and her talents that  she so willingly and enthusiastically  shared-with-us    Marge Wiebe spoke about "Praise and  Worship" and showed us why and how we  should praise and worship God, according  to the scriptures, with an approach and  depth that few of us had looked into before.  We thank Marge for teaching us so much  and opening new doors for praise and  worship to our Lord.  . _  There is still time to register for the  Women's Aglow Annual Retreat at Trinity  Western College in Langley June 1 to 3 and  June 8 to 10. Further information and  brochures may be obtained by phoning  886-9567.  We would like to extend a warm invitation to ladies of all ages to attend our  next meeting at 7:30 p.m. June 19 in  Harmony Hall, Gibsons. Our guest  speaker will be Diane Brackett of Gibsons.  There is a babysitting service and anyone  requiring further information or transportation may phone 886-7426 or 885-3356.  Remember God loves you and so do we I  valuable minerals is advised.  Recycling of throw-aways is suggested.  The paper of the book he publishes stands  as an example of Solomon's commitment.  -It-is 20 per ��ent recyledt>aper; The author  sets out to prove that recycling creates  jobs rather fhan^limdrartes them.  The book goes on to" point" out that  research into conservation is vital. It is an  investment in the future. The "unselling of  advertising" is tendered in an effort to  eliminate an industry that attempts to  create an unnecessary consumer need. In  its place, he stresses the obligation the  seller has to give correct information  about the product rather than-confuse the  -buyer with colorful fantasies that have  little to do with the item itself.  The author's bottom line, is that conservation frees people, it does not restrict  them. Conservation is cheaper and easier  than wasting. If you want to argue or  agree with Solomon, try THE CON-  SERVER   SOLUTION.   For   serious  _ collectors of works in this vein, there is an  index and notes toward further reading.  Street people are feet  people.  They're neat people  who meet people.  Why not join up? Take a  walk. _  M  pannapacTion^ -  Walk a block.Today.  WEED A BOAT fVIOVED?  Call  Ab Haddock Boat Moving  Pender Harbour  Days 883-2722 Eves 883-2682  ��� CAMPERS ��� TRAILERS ��� FIFTH WHEELS ��� MOTOR HOMES ��� CAMPERS ���  it  SECHELT  SALES ltd.  885-5522  Wharf Street, Across from Legion  sf>*Jt  Splc* up Your Ufa With a RECREATIONAL VEHICLE From  OKANAGAN MANUFACTURERS. High Quality Materials,  Skillful Doilgnt and Old World Craftsmanship, All Combln*  To Produca Your Ultimata Canadian Draaml  mm  y  IN STOCK  NEW  , * 20-1/2 Foot MOTOR HOME ��� Dual whaali, on OMC,  tilt whool, crulia control, 350 A bbl.  * JUNIOR CRUISER - (Mini-Horn*) .rali.d root,  CMC, 3S0 A bbl, 3-way I rldga, itov��, ovan, tolUt.  on  'CAMPERS ��� from B' to 10-1/2'. SomaMully tall-  contained,  ��� FIFTH WHEELS - 25' r.or bath mod.I, all mII.  contained,  USED TRADES  * 10' CAMPER ��� 3-way frldg*. itovo, .tc,  ��� 1 ��� CAMPER lor IMPORT TRUCK (Security,)  ��� 2 ��� 35 Ft, COACHMAN FIFTH WHEELS ��� Ona It  n^w. (Parfaet lor thoia lono vacations)  * 1   -  30'   1976  TERRY TRAVEL  TRAILER,  All  �����!!-  contalncd,  Ilk.  tl  ������i  MDL 6266  Como in and Discuss Your R.V. Plans  with RICK SIM. If Our Local Stock Floor  Plans Dont Suit You, Many Others Are  Quhkly Available, And Can Be Tailored  To Suit  *Excluilya  Daalar  Socholt  Ponlniula/Pqwoll   Rlvar,  lor Okanagan ft Security  *Out of Townlttyatomor May Call Col Let.  ��� CAMPERS ��� TRAILERS ��� FIFTH WHEELS ��� MOTOR HOMES ��� CAMPERS ���. r  _c: /"  Thl John Scaled Storv  s  PageB-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May 30,1979  Emigrant Soldiers' Gazette and Cape  ^orn^hrd^clerOuriirs^  wasreferred to in this journal as "Sapper  Scales,^ the recognized master of the  ceremonies'*. George Green has written  that "Mr. Scales was invariably the  Master of Ceremonies, a finished artist in  theTerpsichorean art'.'. Were he living  now.he would make an^xcellent chairman  for Sechelt's Timber Days Committee,  especially since he was himself a logger  he was entitT^"OTTidrown-lan<Hying-bet-���for-manjLyears,   ween Trial Bay and.Porpoise Bay, now the The Corps of Royal Engineers aidediir  heart of the Corporation of the Village of -bringing law and order to the infant Colony  Sechelt. His military grant to District Lot of B.C. at a time when gold had been  J03 on Trail Bay was recorded May 25, discovered along the Fraser and an  1969, Sutlflg purcBase jTpX^JJl^^TrTJltimjrtejT'25MFpyopter^ome���of  By HELEN DAWE   PSRTT   John Scales, the founding father of  "wHte" Secheltrwrote fromNewWest--  minster on 25th-May 1969 a letter to the  Hon. J.W. Trutch, Chief Commissioner of  Lands & Works for the Colony of British  Columbia.7 This was two years before the  colony became a province of Canada.  Mr. Scales' letter begged leave to  locate the 150 acre military grant to which  adjoining 110 acres on Porpoise Bay,  began on .July 17, 1875. Sechelt Indian  Reserve No. 2,-immediately to the east;  was not alloted until December 1876.  John Scales, a Yorkshireman, arrived  in New Westminster in April 1859 as a  Sapper with the main contingent of the  Royal Engineers.Jae,iiis-wifeMarySarahT.  -.(neeJSxcell), their eldest son John Henryl_  Scales, and their first daughter Elizabeth  travelled aboard the differ ship "Thames  City" from England by way of Cape Horn,  a suMnonths journey. The two children  were born in 1854 and 1857 respectively on  the Island of Mauritius in the Indian  Ocean, where their father served with the'  Royal Engineers until he  contracted  cholera and was invalided home:  Technically a sapper is a soldier employed in- saps- or- making_-trenches,._  specifically the equivalent of a private in  rank. The Commanding Officer, Col. R.C7  Moody, had arrived in Victoria on  :Christmas day 1858 via the Isthmus of  Panama, and he was later to select John  Scales as his batman or orderly.  Aboard the "Thames City" the Royal.  Engineers entertained-themselves with '  theatrical performances and dances. They  also   published  a   newspaper,   The  questionable reputation/had flocked to the  area'. Troops of the Royal- Engineers  assisted with the Gold Escort.  David Veitch has described the natural  state of the northwest in 1857: "The  mainland of B.C. was at that time merely  a vastjur preserve of the Hudson's Bay  I)ompany. Inhabited by less than a score of  ,white man scattered among a dozen or so  widely separated trading posts of the  company, it was a complete wilderness  without government, towns, roads or  means of transportation,  The special detachment of the British  Royal Engineers remained in B.C. as a  corps for only five years, leaving before  the Colony of Vancouver Island was incorporated into the mainland Colony of  B.C. in 1966. During that time they made  the^first surveys, built the first roads  and bridges, and laid out many of today's  cities and towns. They prepared and  published the first maps, designed the first  churches, the first schoolhouse, and the  first postage stamps. They established the  first permanent observatory, the first  privat jiospital and the first library. The  Royal Engineers press printed books as  well as the first B.C. Gazette.  They built their barracks, married  *?#��vt  atns  lhh*il]P<i-y -  Trait.TsUs  -t<iJ  r  \  1 s ' o  old on May 25  they used bent pins to catch a sackful of:  ^6uHn-BuiRiaby-Lake.^���^7-7������   - JOHN HENRY SCALES, eldest son of.  John Scales, R.E., first white landowner on the Sunshine Coasft. In 1945  at the age of 91 the son was created  -the first-freeman of-Vancouver-parks-  on the occasion of his 60th wedding  anniversary. Photo courtesy of  Provincial Archives.  TRACING OF John Scales' sketch  map of Sechelt, made in 1869 when he  became the first white man to acquire  land in Sechelt. The Indian church  and two dwellings were erected in  1868.  quarters, auxiliary structures and a  theatre at Sapperton near New Westminster, then the capital of the Colony.. In  1864 the first session of the first Legislative  Council of B.C. opened in what had been  the barracks of the Royal Engineers, so in  effect they erected the first Parliament  Buildings.  We in Sechelt can be especially proud of  their work because    John Scales con- .  tributed to their notable achievements.  Co. Moody's detachment was selected  from a large number of volunteers. The  men were attracted in part by the promise  of 30 acres of free land after six years'  service in B.C. This was later increased to  150 acres after five years. Every man in  the B.C. detachment had to be a  tradesman, chosen on the basis of including all the occupations which might be  useful in establishing the new colony. John  Scales, a stonemason or stonecutter by  trade, must have felt at home when he  observed the granit bluffs abounding on  the Sunshine Coast, but he was wise  enough to choose for himself the flat key  land on the Sechelt Isthmus, the natural  transportation route and portage for men  going up Sechelt Inlet in the early days. "  Scales worked at his trade while on active  service in the colony.  In 1863 Britain disbanded the detachment of Royal Engineers serving in B.C.  Officers and men were given the choice of  returning to England or remaining in the  Colony as settlers. All the officers and 20 '  men went home but the remaining 130,  including Scales, stayed in B.C. to earn  their keep as individuals in civil life. Many  worked in various building trades, a few as  architects; others contributed as surveyors, tailors, shoemakers, blacksmiths,  undertakers, bookkeepers, photographers,  hotel-keepers, etc.  After Col. Moody sailed from New  Westminster for England in 1863 he  retained for many years an extensive  estate of 2,500 acres lying principally  between Burnaby Lake and the Fraser  River. This was significant in the lives of.  John Scales and his growing family, which  eventually numbered seven children. The  Colonel's properties included a five-acre  farm with buildings for a few young milk  cows, and some fruit trees. The farm work  was performed by John Scales, whose son  John Henry told the story of a night when  the cattle did not come home as usual.  Next day the two Scales, man and boy,  took a lunch and searched the valley of the  Brunette for the animals. Toward evening  , George Green, who wrote a splendid  history of Burnaby, states that when the .  Royal Engineers were disbanded, John  Scales "who had been batman to Col.  Moody, built a log house at Burquitlam, in  Burnaby, Green also wrote of the young .  John Henry Scales "seeing hilariously  drunken miners, throwing nuggets of gold  through barroom' windows inv New  Westminster."  ���On^ayr31r-1864-^jlUerce^ii��-swept--  through the woods north of New Westminster, the chief damage being done at  .Sapperton. John Henry Scales was then  P^^g^u&h&pa^^  later described tlie fury of this conflagration burning through the forest  ' around 4heir home. The Scales family  saved their lives by huddling in the bottom  of a dry well behind their log cabin.  Subsequently John Scales had his  thumb poisoned and his hand was in a  sling for nine months,, so that he was  unaole to work. About June 1869, the  month after he applied for land at Sechelt,  he was unemployed, without a pension,  and decided to investigate the stories he  ~had-heard-6Hwosawmills-operating-on-  Biirrard Inlet.  So Scales and his 15-year-old son rowed  a fjat-bottomed boat from New Westminster io English Bay. HereZthey'as��edT7  an Indian for directions to the mills and he  advised themjo follow him. But the Indian  paddled his dugout canoe so fast that he  quickly left the Scales' awkward craft  behind and vanished around Prospect  Point. When the Scales reached the  Narrows the tide was running out, so to  avoid the swift current John Scales got out  on the rocks and using a long rope pulled  ��� _ the boat through. With his destination in  sight he was so unimpressed he remarked  that he had jumped out of the frying pan  into the fire.  George Green described the continuing  adventures of the ex-Sapper and his son.  "They appropriated a rough shack they  found at the edge of the forest near the foot  of Cambie Street and getting lumber from  Stamp's Mill put up a kitchen lean-to and  soon Mrs. Scales joined them. This was the  abandoned toolshed of the coal prospectors of 1865." These prospectors were the  famous "Three Greenhorns", the first  settlers in Vancouver. They built a cabin  known as "Morton's shack" and a barn.  Apparently it was the open, board and  batten, barn-like structure which the  Scales family adopted as a home and:  partitioned into four rooms.  There was no clearing whatever around _  -tiiiaplacesatheScales never had a garden  rwhenzt��eir_parenLtejvere absent and vied  for authority.  while there. 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This mother of seven was a Kentishwoman  and is said to have had a nurse's diploma.  _ShTu^l;^ctwofk^t''TOTdihg^hTsick_  and she also prepared dinners which she ���  sold to men from the sailing ships loading  Jumber atHastingsMiU. The twoelder  children were in charge of the household  Burrard Inlet for a time, the Scales farr.ii *  went across the harbour to live ai  Moodyville. John Scales continued to work  at logging while his young son was proud  to receive-50 cents per diem for wheeling  sawdust-lljo 12 hours a day.  John Scales and his family left Moody's  Mill to go to Nanaimo, travelling aboard  the steamer "Emma". In 1872 they were  living on Newcastle Island, where the  ither was cutting sandstone pillars^used  unfte-eonstruction of the jjan Jifrancisco  mint.  =^=The 'lST^BiGf-votersHist- gave=John=  Scales' address as Comox Road, Nanaimo,  and his occupation as stone cutter. 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Northwest  Hollywood  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Seattle  Evergreen Ex.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Sha Na Na  Baseball:  Cont'd.  Mary "T. Moore  Newlywed Game  Joker's Wild  News  Soccer:  Vancouver  at  Edmonton  Studio See  Dick Cavett  News  Dad's Army  Bewitched  My. 3 Sons  Hogan's Heroes  ���Bob Newhart  Newlywed Game  Dating Game  Joker's Wild  Tic Tac Dough  Carol Burnett  Bob Newhart  Vancouver   -  Cont'd.  8:00  8:30  9:00  9:30  Teams T.B.A,  Cont'd,  Cont'd.     '  Cont'd'.  8 is Enough  Cont'd.  Charlies  Angels   Bob Hope  Cont'd.-     ,  Cont'd.  Movie: >  Detroit at  Toronto .  Cont'd.  ContU   Muppets  Confd.   '   ���',  Movie:-  Stunt Seven'  Cont'd.  Standby  Wlnsday  Bonus Draw  Meeting   .  of Minds .  Performances  Cont'd.  Animal  Behavior  Unknown War  Cont'd.  Crosswits  Merv Griffin  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Movie:  Aku Aku  10:00  10:30  11:00  11:30  ContU  Week in Ball  National News  Night Final  Confdi  Confd. *  News  Police Woman  This  Man v- .  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Children  1:00  ' Today  1 Life To Live  The .Doctors  Marcus Welby  ��� World Turns  "Cont'd.  M for Music  Word Shop  Movie:  Match Game  "Vancouver   "  1:30  Confd.  Confd.  Another World  Confd.  Guiding Light  Adam 12  Viking Quejen  Diek Van Dyke  Confd.  2:00  Edge of JNlght  General  . cont'd.  Mr. Dressup  Daytime Emmy  Another World  Art Cart  Vegetable Soup  Cont'd.  2's Company  Cont'd.  2:30  30 From ,  Hospital    '  Cont'd.  Take 30  Awards  Cont'd.  Confd.  M.A.S.H.  Cont'd.  3:00  'Bob McLean  Merv Griffin  'Movie:  Bob McLean  Confd.  Movie:  Over Easy  Popeye  Match Gaine  Party Game  3:30  Confd.  Confd.  Island of Love  Confd.  Dinah  Hell In  Behavior  Banana SpUts  Gong Show  Spiderman  4:00  Sherlock Holmes  $6,000,000 Man-  Confd.  Sanford & Son  Confd.  Normandy  Sesame Street  Super Stars  Funorama  Petti.   Junction  4:30  Kids Only  Confd.  Conf dt  Price ls -Right  Cont'd.  Confd.  Cont'd.  Leave to Beaver  Brady Bunch  Bewitched  5:00  NHL Playoffs .  -News ���  Carol Burnett  Confd.  News  $6,000,000 Man  Mr. Rogers  I Love Lucy  I Love~ Lucy  News"  5:30  Confd.  Confd.  News  News  ���Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Electric Co.  - Part. Family  . Andy Griffith  ContU  6:00  i Cont'd.  Confd.  - Cont'd.  Confd.  -   Confd.  News,  Studio See - ���  Bewitched  Newlywed Game  Carol  Burnett  6:30  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Mary T. Moore  Cont'd.  Dick Cavett.  My 3 Sons  Dating Game  Bob Newhart    ���  7:00  Cont'd.  P.M.  . Seattle  'Match Game .  Movie:  Newlywed Game  Angle  News  Hogan's  Heroes  Joker's Wild  Vancouver  7:30  Confd.  Northwest  Charro  Joker's WUd  Stars on Ice  Stepping Out  Bob Newhart  Tic Tac Dough  Confd.  8:oo  Dracula  Mork & Mindy  Inflation '  Cont'd.  The Waltons  The  Waltons  Nova    i  Donna Fargo  Crosswits          L  ContU  8:30  Confd.  Angle  ' Cont'd.'  Cont'd.  Confd.  Confd.  Cont'd.'  Marty Robbins  Merv Griffin  Confd.  9:00  Confd.  Barney Miller  Aspen Affair  Hawaii 5-0  Hawaii 5-0  Live It Up  Prime of Miss  Dolly  Cont'd..  . Movie:  9:30  Confd.  Carter Country  Pt. i  ContU  Confd.  Soap -  Jean Brodle  Pop Country  Cont'd.  Aspen  10:00  Confd.  20/20'  ��� Cont'd.  Barnaby  Barnaby  Family  Cont'd.  Soccer  News  Upstairs/  Pt. 1  10:30  Confd.  ContU  Cont'd. -  Jones  Jones  Confd.  Dating Game  Downstairs  Cont'd.  11:00  National News."  " News  "News  ~  News            '  - News '  News        - Cinema B.C.  - Odd- Couple -  On  the  Buses  -Sports Page  Cont'd.  11:30  Night  FThar  Starsky.   Hutch  'Tonight Show  Confd.  NBA Game 2  Cont'd.  Los Voces  Gong Show  Late Movie  W* *'>'/���*   ',  ' <Jf     '���'���  '>> >  "���'.1.''  TnS"NOT NECESSARY~    _______     _f  to leave The Peninsula  for Memorial Funeral Services  Why deal with strangers when the Peninsula friends are always  available to give immediate service 24 hours a day  Friday, June 1  CHANNEL 2  12:00 Sum. Unlimited All  12:30 Search for Tom. Children  1:00 Today 1 Life  1:30 Confd. to Live  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL S  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  Days of  Our Lives  The Doctors  Another World  News  Ida Clarkson  Marcus Welby  Confd.  News  As World  Turns  Guiding Light  News  Alan Hamel  Confd.  Adam 12  2:00 Edge of Night  2:30 30 From -  3:00' Bob McLean  3:30 Confd.  General  Hospital  Merv Griffin  Confd.  Confd.  Cont'd.-  Movie:  Kansas City  Mt. Dressup  Broad.  Bob McLean  ContU  Confd.  M.A.S.H.  Dinah  ContU  Another  World  Confd.  Movie:  Cleopatra   Music  Art Starts  Write  On  Universe  News-  Adam 12  Movie;  Law of the  -Donahue   _     Confd.  Love of Life  All in Family  AU.My    _  Children  Vancouver  ContU  Books, Look  Poetry,  Over Easy  Speakout  , Lawless  Confd.  Popeye  Banana   Splits  Wives of Pat.  M.A.S.H.  Match Game  Gong Show  4:00  4:30  5:00  5:30  Sher. Holmes  Mr. Dressup  Part. Family  AU In Family  $6,000,000  Man  News  . Cont'd.  Bomber  Cont'd.  Carol Burnett  News  Sanford & Son  Price is Bight  Confd.  News  Mike Douglas'  Confd  News  Confd.  Pt. 1  Cont'd.  $6,000,000  Confd.  Cont'd.  Party Game  Spiderman  Sesame Street  Cont'd.  Mr. Rogers  Electric Co.  Super Stars  Leave \o Beaver  I Love Lucy  Part.  FamUy  Funorama  Brady Bunch  I Love Lucy  Andy Griffith  Petti.   Junction  Bewitched  News  Confd.  6:00  6:30  7:00  7:30  8:00  8:30  9:00  9:30  News  Confd     w  Mary T. Moore  Inventors       ContU"  Confd.  P.M.  Northwest  Muppet Show    ���  Confd."  COnfd.  SeatfTe  Hollywood Sqs.  ContU  Confd.  - Incredible  Hulk  NBA Champ.  Game No. 5  Confdt  Confd.  News  Cont'd.  Delta House  ' Circus  Studio See  '  Dick Cavett  News  Gardening  -Bewitched   My 3 Sons  Hogan's  Heroes  Bob Newhart  AU In Family  Challenge  -Search for  Stars  Oper.  Petticoat  Welcome Kotter  Movie:    '  Cruise Into  Diffrent Strokes  HeUo Larry  T.B.A.  TIB.A.    Hollywood.  Challenge  Search   .  for Stars  Incredible  Hulk .  Moyle:v  Planet_ol_  Diffrent Strokes  Hello Larry '  Dukes of  Hazsarri          Wn. Review  Wall Street  Theatre  -ContU   Movie:.  $1,000,000 ,\  Rip-Off  -Conf*   Newlywed Game  Dating Game  Joker's Wild      <  Tie Tac Dough  Carol Burnett  Bob Newhart  Vancouver  ContU  Crossvrits  Merv Griffin  Confd.   ��  -ContU-   Cont'd.  Cont'd.  At the Forum  Dssiir  mWk  "?���  Seaview Rd., Gibsons '  DAN DEVLIN, Director  886-9551  -"��.' ���=>  -eonfdr-  _iPxQO___Across-���anada Terror  fi>:30     Cdn. Authors        Confd.  11:00 7 National News     News  11:30     Night Final Soap  T.R.A.  T.B.A.  News  Tonight Show  Wonder  Woman  News -  Cont'd.'  the Apes  ContU ,  News  ���  Late Movie  Rockford  FUes ���  News '  ContU  Royal  Heritage  Austin  City  Confd.  News -  Dating'Game  Odd Couple  Gong  Show  Justice  Confd.  Dr.  In House  Late Movie  Hot City  Confd.  Sports Page  Cont'd.-  Saturday, June 2  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL,'4 .  CHANNEL 5  CHANNBL 6  CHANNEL 7  -    CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00  Sports  Weekend  Am.  Bandstand  BasebaU:  Sportsweekend  Cont'd. /  Space Academy  Feel Like  Footsteps  Movie:  Space Academy  Fat Albert  100 Huntley St.  12:30  Action ���  Teams T.B.A.  Fat Albert  Dancln'  Turnabout  Beach  Confd.  1:00  Confd.  Bonkers  Confd.  Confd.  Ark.H  CIAO  Movie:  .Casanova  Perspective  Merrie Melodies  1:30  Confd.  F Troop  Confd.  Cont'd.  Film Festival  . McGowan  To Paris  Confd.  Outlook  Private Life  2:00  Confd.  Mr. Roberts  Movie:  Confd.  Emergency  Discover *  With Love  Movie:  700 Club  Money Talk  2:30  Confd.  Harold Lloyd  The Leopard , ���  _, ContU  One  You ,Tell Us...  Women in Art  Mighty Jungle  ContU- V  Confd.     :  Wrestling    ������>    -  3:00  B.C. Track    -  Movie:, ,i-   .j. - ..  .Cont'd.,            :  Golden Years  Kemper.  , .Wrestling. ? O ,  Oil i Painting  Honeymoonero  Cont'd.-, ;<��,",���  s>  3:30  & Field  Beneath' W-"~<  Confd.- ���  Senior Chef  Open Golf  "Cont'd.   ���--���'--������  L'oweU  Thomas  Cont'd. ->V'.'  Monkees  Gastown  4:00  Confd.  Mile Reef  Confd.  Marcus  Sports  Cont'd.  World of  Firing Line  Twillght'Zone  Funorama  Theatre  4:30  Confd.  Confd.  Point of View  Welby  Sports  Cont'd.  Confd.  Confd.  Our Gang  Confd.  5:00  Mr. Chips  World of  Sports Legends  News  Discover  Havoc Struck  Previn &  Bionic  Ruff House  ChiTd's Film  Confd.  5:30  ��� Reach for Top  Sports  Cap. Comment  News  Confd.  Pittsburgh  Woman  Global Weekend  6:00  News  Confd.  Confd.  News  News  News  Meeting of  Star Trek  Weekend  Lively  Country  6:30  Year of Child  News  Animal World  Chips  Price is Right  Stan Kann  Minds  Confd.  Confd.  NashvUle  7:00  Paper Chase  Lawrence   Welk  Wild Kingdom  Confd.  $1.98 Beauty  B.J. & the  Einteln's  Hee Haw     .  Name Tune  Western Front  7:30  Cont'd.  Confd.  Gong Show  Baseball:  Family Feud  Bear  Universe  Confd.  Movie:  Confd.  8:00  Survival  Battlestar  Chips  Toronto  Bad News Bears  Movie:  Confd.  Soccer:  Who's Minding  Confd.  8:30  Confd.  Galactlca  Confd.  at Seattle  Movie:  Man Who  ContU  Seattle vs  the Mint  Cont'd.  9:00  Happy Days  - T.B.A.  Love Boat  B.J. & the  Confd.  Man Who  Would Be King  Monty Python  Marathon  Tampa  Confd.  Cont'd.  Love Boat  9:30  Confd.  Bear  Confd.  Would Be King  Cont'd,  Movie:  Confd.  10:00  T.B.A.  Fantasy.  Supertraln  Cont'd.  Cont'd,  Cont'd;  . Confd.  Confd.  Any  Team  10:30  T.B.A.  Island  Cont'd.  Donna Fargo  Cont'd.    '  HoUywood  Cont'd.  Country N.W.  Wednesday  Showdown  11:00  National News  News  News  News  Movie:  News  Cont'd..  Honeys  ContU  Sports Page  11:30  Night Final  Late Movie  Sat Night  Confd.  Sarah T.  Confd.          /  Confd.  Nashville  Late Movie  Confd.  Sunday, June 3  ���������- :   "CJHANNitT   CHANNIi.*   CHANNEL 5  ~CHANNBL6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNBL 13  12:00  Meeting  las. 6c Ans,  Movie Ending  Terry Winters  NBA Champ.  Game No. 6  Good News  Earth, Sea  Movie:  Jerry Falwell  Cont'd.  100 Huntley St.  12:30  Place  Directions  Movie:  Show Biz  Jim Swaggart  & Sky  Wn, Review  Voyage to End  Confd.  1:00 ,  Co. Canada  Movie:  The Wind &  Co. Canada  Kemper  Kemper ��� .  of Universe  Faith 20  Cont'd.  1:30  Hymn-Sing.'  David *  the Lion  Hymn Sing  Open Golf  Open Golf  Wall Street  Movie:  P.T.L. Club  Movie:  2:00  V.I.P.  Bethsheba  Cont'd.  , Movie:  Confd.  Cont'd.  Another Choice  Francis in  Confd.  Carnival  ��� 2:30  Gallery.  Confd.              ���  We're  Adam at       ,  <.  Confd.  Cont'd.  Performances  the Navy  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Story  Cont'd.  3:00  Music to See  Cont'd.  Sportsworld  Cont'd.  8:00 a.m.  Emergency  Movie:  Cont'd.  Movie:  3:30  Sky Begins  World of  Cont'd.  One  Night of the  T.B.A.  Batman  Morris Cerullo  Wrestling  4:00.  4:30*  A Sense of  Sports  Confd.  Sense of Place  National  Wizard     ^  T.B.A.  ContU  Perspective  Confd.  Place  Cont'd,  Tony Brown  Meet the Press  Confd.  Geographic  In Search Of  Question. Period  Untamed World  Royal     <���  Cont'd.  Phil Silvers   ,  Horst Koehler  5:00  News  Great Teams  Student Forum  News  Heritage  Bionic  Movie:  Global Weekend  5:30  Spread Wings  News  News  David Horowitz  Capital Com.  German Soccer  Woman  Tarzan's Magic -  Cont'd.  6:00  World of  Confd..  Confd.  News  News  News  Confd.  Star Trek  Fountain  Sports Probe  .6:30  Disney  Cont'd.'  How Come  Travel '78  Around Here  Travel '79  Views of Asia  Confd.  Andy's Party  ��� 80 Minutes  G. Hamilton IV  7:00  Loto Canada  Lassie:  World of  Loto Canada  60 Minutes  Osmond Family  Confd.  The  Bob Hope  7:30  Cont'd.  New Beginning  Disney  Cont'd.  Confd.  Confd.  Life Around Us  Virginian  Confd.  Cont'd.  8:00  6:30  Barney MUler  Cont'd.  Operation  Lifeline  Johnny Cash    ,  Cont'd.  All In Family  1 Day at a Time  Battlestar .  T.B.A.  Cont'd.  Donahue's  ���  Cont'd.  3's Company  For tbe Record  Cont'd.  Galactloa  T.B.A.  Speakout  60 M.P.H,  Best  l Day at a Time  9:00  Movie:  Movie:  For the Record  Alice  Lou Grant  Theatre  Movie:  Movie;  9:30  Matter of Choice  Salvage  A Fine Pair  Confd.  Tony Awards  Confd.  Confd.  Probe  Elizabeth of  Casanova's  10:00  Creatures  Confd.  Confd.  Charlie's  Confd.  W-8  The Prisoner  Contact  Ladymead  Cont'd.  Big Night  10:30  Great & Small  Cont'd.  .  Confd.  Angela  Confd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  700 Club  Confd.  11:00  National. Newa  News  News  , News  News  News  Sign Off  Sign Off  Confd.  Some Mothers  Sports Page  Cont'd.  11:30  Night Final  Late j Movie  Late Movie  Confd.  Late Movie  Confd.  Confd.  Lata Movie  \_  Date Pad  May 30 ��� Family Library & Storytime, Wilson Creek Community Hall,  11:30-1 pm.  May 31 ��� Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting, Wilson Creek Community Hall,  - 8:30 pm. For Info call 885-2896 or 886-3394.  May 31 ��� Roberts Creek Legion Br 219 Bingo. Early Bird 7, Regular 8.  June 1 ���Luncheon, Women's Centre, Roberts Creek, noon til 2 pm.  Everyone welcome.  June 1 ��� Community Library, Wilson Creek Community Hall, 2-4 pm.  June 2 ��� Egmont Day begins at 9:30. Children's Fishing Derby. Sports,  raffle, refreshments etc.  June 3;-j 2nd Annual Fantastic Flea Market and Craft Fair, Gibsons Winter  Club, 10 dm-4 pm.  June 4 ��� Women's Centre Meeting,.featuring speaker Gretchen Grinell,  feminist the rapist, Women's Centre, 7:30 pm. $5 registration, ph. 886-  9714.      _    ___  June 5 ��� Al Anon, St. Aldan's, 8 pm.  June 6 ��� Roberts Creek Daze Planning Meeting. 8 pm.  June 7 ��� Sechelt Auxiliary Annual Luncheon, Sr Citizens Hall, Sechelt. 11  am-2 pm. Everyone welcome.  June 8*- Annual General Meeting, Sunshine Coast Arts Council, new Art  Centre building, 8 pm. New member's welcome.  USE THIS SPACE TO PROMOTE YOUR ORGANIZATION'S EVENTS.  IT'S FREE. CALL 885-3231.  -if  Monday, June 4  T3iW  12:30  1:00  1:30  CHANNEL 2  Summer Un.  Search for Tom.  Today  ContU  2:00  3:30  Am  0100  , 5(30  mr  6:30  m  Edge of Night  30 From  Bob MoLean  Confd.  CHANNEL 4'  -AlFMy   Children  1 Life to Live  Cont'd.  Sherlock Holmes  "tatlonarv   Ark  .jict. Family  All In Family  General  Hospital  Merv arlffln  Confd.  CHANNBL 6  Days of  Our Lives  The Doctors  Another  World  CHANNBL 6  mslfisi.isis.iii ������ issisi|is|ssi!W�����sss��mnisi  News :  Ida Clarkson  Marcus Welby  Confd.  ContU  Cont'd.  Movie:  Marlowe  Mr. Dreaaup  Take 30  Bob MoLean  Confd.  CHANNBL 7  News  As Worlcl  Turns  Guiding Light  ContU  M.A.S.H,  Dinah  Confd.  CHANNEL I  News        .  Alan Hamel  Confd.  Adam 12  CHANNBL 9  6:00  6:30  9)00  9:30  W  Fews  onfd.  wy^y. Moore,  each for Top  M.000.000  Newa  Confd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Make Mo Laugh  News  I  Cont'd,  fd.  White Shadow  Conf i.  Confd.  Cont'd.  Sanford 6c Son  Price Is Right  Oonfd.   T  News  Mike Douglas  Confd.  News  Confd.  Another  World  Cont'd.  Movie:  Honeymoon  y.ebra Wings  Muslo Place  Books, Look  Measure Up  CHANNBL 11  itaw*  Adam-12,  Movie:  File on  Cont'd.  M.A.sll.  W.K.R.P.  iii  News Mag.  This Land  National Newa  Baseball:  Teams T.B.A.  Cont'd.  ContU  *  lywood Sqi,  ���Cont'd1: '   Cont'd.  News  Police Story  Little House  on the Prairie  Moviet  Jeremy  Confd,  g^ Squad  Cont'd.  Mary T,  TToTeT  Confd.  10,000,000  Man  Cover to Cover  Muslu  Over Easy  Survival Kit  Moore  Little  on the  TJonF.  Cont'd.  1 New*  Tonight Show  House  on the.Prairie  Lawrence  Welk  m??t_tm9  News Mag.  This Lena .  Nowa  White  Shadow  a   ��rh��f��,My _Um  ead. Hunters  Sesame Street  Cont'd.  Mr, Rogers  Electric Co.  Thelma 'Jordan  Cont'd,  Popeye  Banana Splits  CHANNEL 12  Donahue  Confd.  Love of Life  All In Family  ews,  onfd,  Studio See  Dick Cavett  Super (itars  Loavo to Beaver  I Love Luoy  Part.  Family  Blessings  M.A.S.1I.  Match Game  Qong Show  CHANNBL M  All My Children  Cont'd.  Vancouver  Cont'd,   Cont'd.  Cont'd.  s^uxii, u.  Family at Wax  Cont'd.  M  bewitched,  My 3  Sons  Funorama  Brady Bunch  1 ���' Love Luoy  Andy Griffith  Spiderman  Bewitohed  News  Confd.  LoVtiranf  Cont'd,  lews .  ate Movie  Salvage  ContU  Movie:  Jerem;  Horn's, Horoei  Hob Newhart  "fi  "conF  ConV  News  Cont'd,  I"  T.H.A.  T.U.A.  Kuropo  Cont'd.  When Boats  lain  'Ping  llestfess  Movlei  Thrill of  It All  Cont'd.  {Newlywed Game  Dating aame  Tlo Tao Di  ough  820.000 PyraiiSiT  Family Feud  ��X'  anpouYjuv  Come  Cam,  Out  Sea  Nowa  Dating Qame  Odd Couple  Qong Show  Crosswits  Merv, Orlffln  Confd.  Confd.  Justice  Confd,  Dr. in IIouso  Late Movie  Cont'd.  Confd.  Movie:  Jane Byre  Cont'd.  SporU Page  Cont'd.  Tuesday, June 5  ^  1:10  ItSS  3:30  CHANNBLI  Bummer Un.  fiearoh for Tom.  Today  ContU  CHANNBL4    '  AU My cMW  My ui  mrsnmr  One Life  to Live  ! o utau.  liJO       nnnlM  Cont'd.  oneraT  lerv Orlffln  Confd.  CHANNBLI  )iir Lives  rfia Doctors  Vnother World  m$wti!��Hwm  Cont'd.  Movlei  Attack on  CHANNBL 6  Wews���  Id* Clarkson  laroua  Velbv  CHANNBL1  is  "News  World Turns  SoM  Cont'd.  reisup  oLean  ���.rfr-  Guiding Light  Cont'd,  M,A,8.U.  . Dinah  Cont'd.  CHANNBL  Newa  Alan. Hamel  Confd.  Adam 12  CHANNBL 9  t her  ws?nr  1  2o  xplorera  iloomnastlaa  oMiiro Up  Worth  CHANNBL 11  News  Adam-12  Movlei   '  Sovengall '  Movloi  FranoUoo  art. Family  Alt In Family  m saw  ��i00    Mary T. Moore  ?|30     Muppeur  ft  Newa  cont'd.  ��nP3T  ont'd.  clu^T"!^  jftake Me Laugh   Confd. News f8,000,000 ��*���_}*?:    - jigs  lime  Urnhrella <5ontU  Zebra ���Wlnga Cont'd.  Over Kasy l'opeye  Camping Out llanana  CHANNBL 12  jbonahue  Cont'd..  Love of Life  All In Family  2's Com  Company  CHANNBL 13  All'My Children  ContU.  Vancouver  Oonfd.  1  ItTBoT  tt  hweit  Newa  Cont'd,  'fiff  TMH-*'""'" "*'"  ���im Tune  * Hutoh  Cont'd  . Hogara  Kleotrlo Co,  Splits       (long  Jame  Show  ���onra   JontU     ���  Family at War  Confd.     .  Mary ft,Mooro    Confd, _._ ���,  Newlywed Qame Downright Disco  Joker's Wild        Patsy rjallant  par Star*  ave to Saavar  1 Love Luoy  Part. Family  norarna  radv Bui  rioh  . See  Cavett  ��  vltQlied  3 Sons  I Love Luoy  Andy QrHflih  n _  logan'a Heroea  {lob Newhart  b  is  ewitoii  .*wa        #  Confd.  an  Jokers  Tlo Tao  Pyramid  Bewlywed Qame 620/100 Plating Oame        Family Feud  /anoouver  'ough    Cont'd.  ��new?yi.._$  BS  Eaws  Mt.,M��rH.  ���wkt  "ews  ,fMlM���BHtt  lovlei  uttie -am -mm *"*  1  ves Woyia  e Lane  ^4_  win  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  II   OTTTiiWiiIti  ContV  5piJ��te.^^^^ ggnft  nt  aTtonnles  Movio;  frl  ft"  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Bewa  , atjnB Oame  Qild Couple  Qong Show  ��  l)pataini  Downaii  On the  Lata M(  patairii?"  lial  Moiu  Movie:  Jennie  ownal��ira  iaaa  Cont'd.  Courtesy of  9 Sechelt  i*.  i The Garden Corner  eert  , discourage the predators and also advises  , $he use of capfcan as a fungicide unless the"  seed has be^n'previously treated.\  r_,On theliiay^that-this-is being, written-  refnain out of "b triple row of 18 ft-and;  numbers of holes up to'two inches deep  , have been excavated to get at the seed/  peas. The tops are rarely eaten but are   ,   -brokettoftinithe effort to get the plant out.  First this column,has-to acknowledge��� as to penetrate-large-sized-wire netting-.���nf trie grnnndV :-��� t������ ���  sowings  By Guy Symonds  Wednesday, May 30,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageC-3  right is to use a, hygrometer. This inexpensive little instrument gives a percentage showingOto20as "dry". 20 toc40,  "medium-*, aridv*} and up as���moist'*.:;  If they are growing ih soil there is  always some nutritionavailable but if they  are beingcultivated in a soilless medium  -then the problem is-very.different. 7���,  Another time we will talk about different kinds of containers. Amazing how  many there are.  with grateful thanks those people who took  the trouble to respond to this gardener's  piteous cries for help in the matter of the  destruction of his green pea sowing. -  One lady took the problem to the  Botanical Gardens at UBC and came back  with recommendations on how to handle a  possible weevil attack. Another phoned to  suggest that it might be the work of leather  -jadtets-��mce-she4iad-��uffer  experience in Tsawwassen. A gentleman,  in fact two of them, phoned from Halfmoon  Bay to say they had the same experience  "and had solved it by using brush covered  with half inch herring netting. One of them  thinks it may be chipmunks because it is  unlikely that birds would be so persistent  This in view of developments and linked -  with damage done to corn and cauliflower.  last year seems to be pretty valid. The  corn stalks were broken down flat on the  ground and the kernels eaten off the part  of the cob easily accessible. With the,  cauliflower, only the "curd" part was  eaten and one had to look closely at what,  appeared to be a normal plant to see that  iothing~in the centrer  Another kindly - soul, a personal  acquaintance and himself a commercial  grower, called to tell me that tbe biting,  insects are indeed a weevil and can be  handled with amettuaychlpr ormalathion  spraying. He said too that he always dips  the pea and,bean seed in.coal.oil to.  rso;j��re'wili. sowagain, using alTthe~  controls recommended. And now���thanks-  again and to other matters.  ;  A week or two ago this column started,  to talk about container gardening pointing,,  out that this coastal strip is so rocky that;,  there is often little soil available. Sol  maybe this should be pursued further.   "  The subject was introduced with a little;  7 So tnere7iSyour controlled climate ���  light, temperature and humidity. Once  these are known and established at the  right levels the rest of the hob is growing  container plants is relatively easy. You  control the watering and feeding mostly by.  -common senserllatureiustlkes extremes  One of the most common mistakes in  plant cultivation is over feeding. Many  people seeing a plant in distress imm-  diately want to give it a shot of some kind  of fertilizer, regardless of the.cause of the  condition, This makes as much sense as  so moderately moist and a feeding  problem based on similar principles .will  keep most plants healthy. .   :>;!  forcing a sick.person to eat, extra food  when actually that may be the very worst  tiling. There is always a cause and in most  ' cases this is not starvation.  Pioneer  museum  The Elphinstone Pioneer Museum now  i3Qpjen^verydayfrom9fl.m. to 5 p.m. For  information call 886-8232.  r  Use 'Times' Adbriefs  B. A. BLACKTOP  'QUALITY   SERVICE' SINCE 1956"  "JET SEAL"  Your Driveway or Parking Lot!  Renews, Protects against Gas & Oil Spills  Paving, Curbs, Drainage  FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL  885-5151  East Porpoise Bay Rd, Sechelt  dt^ertstton-on-the^ysiral^nviornraeii��-  needed for indoor plants, particularly in  the matter of light. So the next logical step  is temperature, and this is much easier to.  evaluate than is the light  -i Generally speaking itmay-be assumed -  that container plants are comfortable in  the same temperature range that suits?  you. But there are of course exceptions.)  Obviously' tropical plants want more'  warmth than most of us can do with and;  then there are some that want a ten>-  perature below what we need for comfort,.  The, professional using the .word rteool" to  describe the best environment for a plant  means a temperature range of 40F to OOF,  "moderate" means 55F to 70F while-  "warm" identifies a range of 62F to 75F.  Cacti and succulents that are used to  desert conditions don't mind blasts of  artificial heat but mostly leafy plants,;  cannot stand up to that sort of treatment.  ���Some^f the cacti that aire of jungle origin-  Members'  *<& LTD  Amalgamated  Construction'  Association  B.C. Road  Builders  Association  like the Christmas cactus for example,  prefer a moderate temperature.-A good-  thing to bear in mind is that most container plants do not like being hot and dry -V  or cold, and wet. /  Humidity is the other element in  keeping plants healthy indoors: Most are'  kept too dry when the artificial heat is on  and it is certainly true that most public  buildings and a large number of homes are  over heated. That means the air gets dry  and still more neat is demanded for human >  comfort. 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In ticket sales,-  the lions Club took first .with Halfmoon  second then Trail Bay Dev. and Bank of  Montreal,tied for third.  Lions took two divisions in baking with  1 Chamber of Commerce taking first in one  and Royal Bank first in another. In badminton it was 1, B of M 2. Trail Bay Dev. 3.  -St.Maryjs,-htuLibbageirLTegi'3n^rTr^Bay^  ^Devrk-Royal Bankrin darts 1. Legion 2 JH~  Bay Rec. 3. Royal Bank, in bridge 1. Lions  2. H Bay Rec. 3. B of M, and in volleyball 1.  St; Mary's.2. ILBay ReCiJ._Legion.    -  Among the field events: in the egg-and-  spoon race 1. B of M 2. HBay Rec 3. Tr Bay  JEtevif in the three-legged race j-Jie^St.  Mary's and HBay Rec. 2. Legion, in the  sack race 1. St. Mary's 2, Tr. Bay,Dev> 3. B  of M, in the sleeping-bag-race 1. B of M 2.  H. Bay Rec. and Tr. Bay tie 3. RCMP, in  the slosh race 1. Royal Bank 2. H. Bay Rec.  3. St. Mary's, and in the tug-o'-war 1. St.  Mary's 2. RCMP 3. Legion.  j/**  ��*&~  feVC  A^,&' t  a?iM  i ?%7%  QUEEN ELS MERCER of Halfmoon  and St. Mary's Hospital's Roberta  Bay Rec and Queen runners-tip Bank  Esau:  of Montreal's Carol Bystaedt, left, '   tWm-Ji ^7^^    T^  7Wed>esd^I^  T^nr  1  Now through June 30th with the purchase of any  Speed Queen Automatic Washer and full $|?e|>ryer pair  you will receive a $50 Factory Authorized Rebate Anci  With the purchase of any Speed Queen A^^^^^i^,  lai^lfstze^ryerptirchase^  $25 Factory Authorized Rebate.  dpCGCI  Queen  with  Stainless 522  Steel  te-*\. rsssnen'S <alW>uf  Sp^Sansm��sslon  w^Q"^wtthalOyea��  (AT PARTICIPATING DEALERS ONLY)  MGGRAWiDlSON  FINANCING AVAILABLE  Nothing Down O.A.C.���No Payments for 6 Weeks.  "Before You Buy���Check Our Prices  We Won't Be Undersold On The Coast"  KERN  Seaview Place, Olbsons 886-0733 880-2417  DlrsKt Una  922-2017  |4   i .4.  /\. '���' -A~  ,��$'. ' _ * *'i&#jp  ���hhh^.  JUNIOR LOGGER of the Day Chris  Wigard.  m  htti'  ANYONE THERE to claim second  prize? Humpty Dumpty alias Shawn  vVager, five, gladly received the  trophy ih the f ive-to-eignt-years-old  category of the bicycle-decorating  contest during Timber Days. Other  winners in that group were first  Naomi Hunter, six, third Wendy  Cavalier, eight, fourth Shelley  Murray, eight. Winners of the one-to-  .fo^Hteafs-old' were-first Ry&n  Colbert, four, second Ward Hindson,  four, third Christa Vandeberg, three,  and fourth Dagin Brackett, four. In  the nine-to-12 age group, winners  were first Leah Vandeberg, 10,  second Todd Cavalier, riftie, third  (Trevel Anderson, nine, fourth Shirley  Ann Finnie, 10.  f**> f^,}  .* ���"  4*.  if.*  '-:Sh  fH?  s ffi  ���&  li&.  OUTER SPACE creatures of the  Sunshine GM kind.  :*��  'ti,Jw+mm+mt  CHOKERMAN'S RACE  RCMP FLOAT'S Nursery  Rhyme  theme.  \' *h %...: I.id  -    SECHELT MAY QUEEN Lisa Black-  +*    well,  Attend  the Church  of  your choice  UNITED CHURCH  9s30 a.m.^-St. John's, Wilson Creek  11:15 a.m.- Gibsons  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Service and Sunday School each Sunday  fit 11:30 n.m., Wednesday Evenings 7:30,  All in St. John's United Church,  ,  'Davis Bay  ���Phone 885.3157, 886-7882),  , Sechelt P.O. tiox 1514   <x  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH   Rev,J\Ntphqlson; pastor  TIMES OF SUNDAY MASS  7:00 p.m. Sat. eve at St. Mary's, Gibsons  9:00 a.m. Our Lady of Lounle's, on  thetseeneftlndtor Reserve  10:00 a.rii."nt The Holy Family Church In  Sechelt.  12 noon At St. Mary's Church In Olbsons  I  m Wednesday, May 30,1979  The Peninsula Times  [L"i j~ z_^_~7_^_W &*~ "^' ���'^K^/i'  mmm  PageC-5  iS*.  Clean  Pilch-ln  QUEEN ELS MERCER and Junior   Loggers Sportsman of the Day Lionel  Turley.  Public Notice  Village of Sechelt  OFFICE HOURS  Commencing Monday 22nd, May, 1979 through  to Friday, September 28th, 1979.  The office hours will be 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  The office will remain open during the lunch  hour.  WITH GENERAL PAINT  COMPAQ  these prices  on goad quality  i��V >*  V  �� . *  ON A MOUNTAIN of flowers, Trail  Bay Developments Timber Maid  Janice Mullen.  GENERAL PAINT  "THIS WEEK'S  SPECIAL"  MOOD  INT. SEMI GLOSS   .  LATEX 07415       GAL 12.95  INT. FIAT LATEX      $q qc  07-013 GAL  VmVD  INT. SEMI GLOSS  ENAMEL 07-on   oal* 12.95  INT. EGGSHELL      ���      -_  ENAMEL 07-oM  gal 1Z-95  INT. 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TOOLS I EQUIPMENT RENTALS  Scaffolding, Rock Drill*, Power Tool*,  Automotive TooU(Pump��, Oenerator*,  *     "lindCompreMoir*'''   Highway 101 883-2586  at Frond* Penlntula Road  ROOFING  ROOFLAND ROOFING PRODUCTS  Your One-Stop  Roofing Supply Centre  886-2489  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sumhlne Coa*t Highway  ���en l3,Olb*on*. B.C.  8862700  SALES* SERVICE  All Brand* Available  Monday to Saturday, 8:30 am to 5 30 pm  Frldoy evening by appointment only  Use^ Arts council almsfor quality  Paged  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May 30,1979  By SUSAN ELK  __are -more and more~young-membeifS-with7_ o!.th'e'-conunittee,~vhd .wpidd.very.much..  It'ai generally known that the Sunshine new Ideas and energy to make things work7 welcome your suggestions and help. The  -Coast is the home of many excellent visual. But with anew building to work in and committee members are: Clarke  'artists, craftsmen, writers and musicians, even greater hopes for the future we need * Staebner; co-ordinatoryBurell Schwartz;  And yet there seems to bea wide'chasm more new members, governing members visual arts, Elaine Fuiterman; crafts,  -between the potential and the reality/orih ���as-well as supporting-members,- to-make Susan Elek,-music -and- Keith- Wallace,-  other words what - weThavera-feeling-Js-HPur-AEts-^ ���ReeFeatloiv-T*eH^ering-Gora^  going on and what has- actually been - efficient than it has been. : doing the utmostto ensure that all of the  revealed to us. It is the Arts Council's hone There is a steering committee for the presentations, whatever their nature be of  for the-future that we might somehow new Arts Centre already busy at work,; a very high quality, in keeping with the  convince the artists on the Coast to share 7 fanning events that will keep the building Arts Council's aim to elevate the level of  their talent with the rest of the community filled with high quality art and craft; culture on the Coast to the highest plateau  in terms of their art as well as their ideas   exhibits, musical workshops and concerts,    possible. ,  and energy. _  _'j._   :' __, mime,.theatre and dance performances.; .  The Arts Council is looking for new  ���.Somethingnew^iexcitingjs hrewing   and other things we have yet to dream up.    people from all areas of the arts to come  in the Sunshine Coast Arts CounclITThere���You may contact any_oneotthe members.���and sbare-their_ideas-with-oU��enron_the  Ricky Schroder fills footsteps  of Jackie Cooper in "The Champ'  Council and hence the Coast. The Council  also needs people who are not necessarily  directly involved with the arts but who are  interested in the development of their  community. The more working members  ��� ���         community, me mure wwi&uib iuciuucio         crjTil nflMAIfl  ��������therenrethemore ambitiousandeffldent���  -dEAN UUffALU  we can be.  The next Annual General Meeting will  In the .forecourt of the old Grauman's Not long ago a little boy with tousled be held in the new Arts Centre building on  Chinese Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard, straw-blond hair and blue eyes shaped like Friday, June 8 at 8 p.m. New directors will  the greatest stars of motion pictures have saucers knelt down in the Chinese be chosen at that time. We will also  placed, their hands ahd footprints in forecourt and placed his hand in ther heartily welcome new members. The fee is  cement to immortalize their fame for the identation left by the palms of Jackie- $3 per year. There will be refreshments  thousands of tourists who visit the area    Cooper almost four decades ago. ' and entertainment,  daily. Among those who have been "took, Mom," he lad shouted, "it fits!" The Arts Council would like to  honored thusly is Jackie Cooper, who burst Although nobody took much note at the apologize for any inconvenience caused by  on the screen as Wallace Beery's son in   time, his discovery was truly a prophecy   the postponement of the May 20 concert.  MGM's "The Champ" in; 1931:  that months later was to bloom into one of  the most important announcements in. the  film industry. Ricky Shroder, a second-'  grader from Staten Island, New York,  put on the shoes" of Jackie Cooper to try >  out for the same co-starring role in a  modernized version of "The Champ" ���  and-they-fit-  MGM's "The Champ", which stars  Faye Dunaway with Jon Voight and  Schoder.  Ricky Schroder makes his screen debut  as T.J.  GREAT PACIFIC  HOT TUBS  ���An Experience in PJeasure and  Relaxation  *       TO SEE OR TRY FOR YOURSELF  Phone 885-2183 HELEN PHILLIPS  COOpTM4Ei2?  RITISrt    COLLI  Port Mellon  hosp auxil.  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