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An extension to the 38,000 square-foot  additiob, to Trail Bay Mall presently under  construction was approved.  Dick Clayton told council there is a  prospective tenant for the 4,9W square-  foot extension which will be for retail use  and have a separate entrance.        "   :  Though parking will be reduced by 2$  spaces, there is "more than enough" to  satisfy requirements. Clayton said.    . \  Council'referred a request from'John  planning  "Bylaw'  committee  molfflcatibF  to  W  Oayton to enlarge Trail Bay s^i^ to th��  "ANYONE IN THERE?" Sechelt       committee.   Students   wandered  ^Elementary^School���stiident^4s_^among4jisplaysrleafed through photo-  fascinated with example of Indian   albums of band's history and .sampled  art. Thursday was Heritage Day at   dried and smoked fish, Indian bread  school organized by Sechelt Indian   and herring roe.  Band's education group and daycare  Province won't share  Thod^p^fli&astr> of^^Bplraf-   to get sta^J$to|��&t%e to. ****  fairs, turjraown a^Mg^jgfoj^   government fading into it in the future."  ''pTfcnrttvTs^fl^Ttj^ffi "^^~7^"*~~Z_��t__*.3^1 ^^J^TmShS-^^  lharffigl|ria��ppjBlfentirf ^^ef^^t^^Council w^e^MPoitfjinder the  \icm^mMM^m^m&   Revenue.Shfe^f^;---. *. \f  anot^r year cotfP mod"   ^"*"**t* \a___t___H_ ���,*{$?____ via*'<_<*.._. ifr_ A&w/th*  lean  Is for^  onTeredoStreet already befd  Walters suggested council bor  Walters saidhe has gand to off er the  iction    village for only the cost of trucking if  an invitation  The press are "guests."; at Sechelt  council meetings^ Mayor Harold said  last Wednesday following local  reporters' complaints over being  charged 20 cents per ��� page for  correspondence handled daring  meetings and being restricted to  viewing only correspondence upon  which action has been taken.  Council unanimous^ passed,  without further discussion, village  clerk Malcolm Shank's recommendation, members of the press and  taxpayers pay 25 cents per page for  bylaws to a maximimum $5, mo(d 20  cents per page for correspondency  7-Copies of the bylaws ^avallabieat -  the village office for "perusal after  registration of the bylaw/''- lie:  recommendatfon^; read, and:  correspondence ^available, for  ''pernsal after council action,"  ^  provide off-site  parking.  A model of a 31,000 square foot office  and retail building proposed for lots 15-22,  Block 6 of D.L. 303 and 304 (Teredo Street)  was presented to council with a request for  a zoning certificate. -  Mike Ryan of Fjord Design, acting on  behalf of Warren McKibbin, explained the  concept Qf the three-floor professional  building.  Ryan said discussions with village  planner Doug Roy led him to believe  "pikTnjrbehWTheTiuTI^^      not in  * conflict with the parking bylaw, though  access to the 28 spaces was" from the lane.  possible   access is needed.  Ryan said later the proposal was short  ��� approximately three spaces, but his client  is "quite prepared" to eliminate the  landscaping if parking is preferred to  aesthetics.  Ninety per cent of the retail outlets on  the first floor and approximately .50 per  cent of the office space on the second floor  are spoken for, Ryan said.  Offices in the back of the building will  have a "greenhouse glass" effect with a  second floor view of Cowrie Street and a  Jhird floor view of Porpoise Bay^^L _  Those on the upper floors facing Teredo  Street will have a view: of Trail Bay.  Jh^n^ophj^onLTfor rezoning the  remainder of the property on which the  joint-use facility for the village, regional  and school districts is to be located,  Hayden Killam outlined a $15 million  proposal requiring a Commercial 1 zone.  Killam requested the rezoning from  Residential 1 go to the' same public  hearings as the rezoning for the joint-use  fadlity.  Alderman Larry MacDonald said he  doubted both rezonings could be included  in the same bylaw.  _ Killam said he was "injo particular,  hurry" as he and the three others involved  have no plans or future tenants for the  multi-use building.  The model showed the building as well  :===Bej!^r^!yrS^  TJ��e^urpose4)f4he-presentation45as4a  spaces' were not on-site parking if public   walkway to the rear of the property. ���See Page A -6  Regional control for  '__**'* ��� . X M ��� _____    -  ^i1*' s^H^ _\ ^ *^       ' ____._____m _________  sources  Regional district Public Utilities  Committee chairman Harry Almond is not  giving up on attempts to get some control  for the $CRD over sources of water for  Sunshine Coast residents ��� watersheds,  ground water, wells and creeks.  In anwer to an April 24 letter from the  Ministry of Municipal Affairs stating that  to grant thfe regional district authority for  waters^eij management could create,  "conflicting or overlapping jurisdictional  difficulties," Almond has written back  asking for authority to pass a bylaw  stating "what may or may not be done on  land used for the collection and supply of  water ipr^onjestici use." ,  Almond said in the request that this  type of control wduld be simpler and more  effective and more acceptable to residents  Special Area F  meeting Saturday  West Howe Sound (Area F) will hold a  special moetlng ih Langdale School on  Saturday, June 18 at 7:30 p.m.  The meeting ia open to all residents and  property owners in Area F, and especially  Granthams, Soames, Hopkins, Langdale,  WlUlamsons and tho North Road Aroa.  The agenda Includes reports and,  proposals that, will affect this area: 1.  Langdale - Gibsons highway by-pass,. 2.  Langdale ���Gibsons Sewers, 3. North Road  wator service, 4. Parka and Recreation  proposals; 5. Esso oil tank proposals, 0.  Gibsons Marina, 7. Specifled-aroa fudnlng  ~ Areltt E-F-Gibsons,' 8. Settlement Plan  of the Sunshine Coast.'  VWe have no desire,to be granted e?-  traordlnary powers," he stated.  The letter stated that "In actual fact" it  is "not;true" ^t/Crown land within  rommujfiity watershed^, Is adequately  protected by provincial ministries under a  multiple-use policy as die ministry's letter  had implied.       ';7-':71.'  '  At issue is the case of Chapman Creek  which Ahnond describes as a natural  conduit between the watershed and our  intake. . .-:'(���  "Poor road building practices and  cutting across water courses has resulted  in continual washouts of gravel and top  soil which seriously affects our water  ���See Page A-3  Bowsprit Dr. wharf  >!>*���#*��� ii$<#.'*,ii ��� i i-1 '-#'!h*��^"Jt>"iij*,it��--W��fi  Fot* further information call Area F  Director David Hunter ��� 888-7075.  floating body found  off Trail Islands  Secjwlt RCMPare ^velUgatlhg the  finding, of a body in the water near Trail  Islands Saturday that had "been in for a  while" .according to a local constable.  They have no information as to the  identttynndnt press time could not state if  ���^ it wartjrinlr prfen^^^  Tho witness said it was possibly female  with dark brown hair, what appeared to be  a bra or lialtor on top, beige jeans, blue  socks, and black and white running shoos.  Reports from Pender Harbour indicate  there is still public concern about a  dangerous precedent being set in the installation Saturday of a 200-foot boat-  docking float at the foot of Bowsprit Drive.  The location is reported to be at a  public beach access although the com-,  munity float was built and put in by a  private citizens group from the Bowsprit  Drive area.  A member of the group said Sunday  there Were two years or more' of  negotiations with the regional district and  provincial government to obtain the water  lease that enabled them to put in the float.  It was pointed out the float is for  community use and it has all been done  through proper and legal channels.    ,  Area A regional director doe Harrison  explained Sunday that of the 20 to 30  residents who make up the Bowsprit Drive  Community Wharf Association, some have  water front access M it is unsuitable) for  boating use. J  He said they decided on the community  wharf idea and are subleasing the water  lot for it from the Sujnshine Coast Regional  District who has obtained tho lease from  the provincial Landp Branch.  "The public access is not good for  anything else," Harrison commented.  "It's just an abrupt end, just rook."  HeMidWW  committee looked at|the wharf idea "from  there were "only a  THEY ALL pulled together, parents, ; a  great  time  at  Madeira   Park   Panthers in a final point total score of  teachers,  and students, to make'   Elementary field Friday.  It was   1146 to 1116.  Pender Harbour School's Sports Day   House 1 Black Hawks over House 2  Nuclear future cannot  beavoided  NOW WHAT has Area A director Joe  HarriaonhoWJ^up^an egg gotta da  with-aiestlUcontraveriOal Bowsprit  Dr. wharf you may ask and you would  be answered nothing, but he sure had  a good time at sportji'day Frtday in  the egg-catching contest.  'I  all sides" and tha  Couple of people"  posed;  '^WlSirihe"  anybody from���pni  ' spaces for two vessel  for community and  who do not havo a f  Wharf Association.  d��o weroreajiy op-  lie access^Scause  have been left open  lubllc use by visitors  inclal interest in the  In a prepared speech before the annual  meeting of the Association of Consulting  Engineers of Canada on June 7 in Van*  couvor, B.C. Hydro chairman Robert  Bonner emphasized tho urgent need for  quick action to head off public com:  piacewyand f^ attendant larger energy A.  crisis in the times ahead and touched on <  the controversial issue of nuclear energy, f  Said he; "For Canadians, as for most of  mankind, it appears that a nuclear future 7  cannot In tho long run be avoided., As for \  alternate energy sources, our future II  wereasmgiy untie handsof B��enti��w;T��  technologies and technologists:  undiscovered, yet to be invented, or unborn." '  Emphasulng the urgency for quick  notion to meet growing needs for energy,  l<  Bonner reminded that a lead time of 10 to  15 years is required for large energy  projects using existing technology, "and  probably twice as long when new  technology must be developed. Lead in  time compels an altered perspective for  political thought and policy"., And. he  warned, "Year to year thinking will no  longer serve the country well".  He called for "cool intelligence" by  Canadians facing their biggest energy  described as need for dramatic change in  ���IWfldjSI^-"-���--^-- ��� ����� ���  "Canada's national energy objectives  call for on unbelievably dramatic change  in our way of thinking because they call  upon the country to depart from any easy  Bonner  going attitude about unlimited availability  of energy", Bonner said. "This requires us  as a nation to foresee supply and demand  in a totally altered perspective, which  compels that wo should actively build  against days of shortages which are dlf-  flcult to estimate, in respect of resources  which are both expensive and difficult to  harness," he said. And, he warned: "We  should begin to build today. Time ia not on  our side."  ,_JJJti|ig national estimates of the  growing coolness of national energy  Objective* amounting to a total of ?iw  billion to bo spent between now and 1990,  Bonner said these.*ame estimates foresee  at least a doubling of electrical generating  ���tieo Page A*l  i \ ��� ���  I J:  ������*�����  PageA-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, June 13,1979  lafndrivalue increase ...  -"-Thank-God-HHje-dead-and gone-  when it all happens" said one of.  Sechelt's earliest residents upon  OTmTTwnlfflrtwm^  baby���a proposed $15 million, 100,000  sq. ft. commercial complex on seven  acres next to the Trail Bay Mall  addition with parking for 600 to 700  cars.  ,: With the Mall addition terely  under construction, and an addition to  the addition being considered, and the  joint offices facility planned for the  ones-acre property on Shorncliff in the  _-same, area, however, what else could  be done. Leave the trees? Make it a  park for a while? Such a waste that  would be! We've got to develop it.  ; Now we don't want to get all up in  the air about it because, it is after all  only a drawing on paper. It may  never happen at all.  But the point is, and our. senior  ��� resident made it well, what happened  to the proposition that people moved  up here to Sechelt and environs for a  calmer way of life?  It's the attitude that bothers us.  The boom attitude. Although we must  admit that if a person or group has  property, then it is their perfect right  and privilege to do what they want  with it. It's the free-enterprisers, the  That's our boy...  On the bright side, the original of a  cartoon found to be defamatory after it  appeared in the Victoria Times has been  purchased for $350 by the Public Archives  Canada.  Subject of the cartoon was B.C.  .municipal affairs minister .Bill Vander  ���Zalm; creator was Bob Bierman; reason  given by the archivists?  It is significant in terms of Canadian  history.  READER'S RIGHT  -developers^ that have made jobs and  helped circulate wealth for all of us.  We can't deny that.  ���^Butras^mr-residenlpquestions-rcan^  it go on and on. What if a recession  brings us back to reality they ask?  Not that we would wish such a thing to  happen, but it is basic to the laws of.  economics. Too-rapid growth in an  area will surely bring just as rapid a  decline. Where there is boom, there is  always bust.  Our MLA's key phrase during the  provincial  election  was  "rational  economic development" and it would  .seem to-be a good, if somewhat  idealistic, motto for the Sechelt area.  Sure, there will be'jobs created  ���duringthe building-ofraueh a-eomplex  and more retail, perhaps even light  industrial space, created. But who  are the customers going to be in.  w&ter when a big chunk of our  population is back consuming in the  city from whence they came?  _  Granted we have a lot of land for  sale up here for people to come and  live permanently. But, if they aren't  retired, what are they going to do for  a living to make bucks to buy goods  in, rent space in, or otherwise inhabit  our mini-metropolis of Sechelt with  its tree-lined complexes.  They can make bucks, of course,  by subdividing their land and selling  it off to others who can come up and  subdivide and sell some more ad  A-BlHIGHT-rr.  BUT THEY FIT....  1 Elementary track  and field meet���  Editor, The Times:  . Once again the Sechelt Elementary  Track and Field team has travelled to  Richmond for the B.C. Elementary Track  and Field Championships and once again,  our athletes have met with tremendous  success.;-"     Certainly we must thank the parents  who assisted in transporting our athletes,  but a special,thanks to the Sechelt Lions  Club and the S^echelt Indian Band who  helped sponsor the venture financially.  The^thletes^nd^yselfthank-aUthose--  who showed consideration and concern for  the young people of our community.  Thank you!  JanGrayr  sSechelt Elementary  nauseum.  This is questionable growth, unless  the new complex could house about  fifty more realty companies to invite^  people to buy land and live here with  no place to work. What are they going  to do for a living, sit in the sun and  watch the value of their land increase  - like Abu Ben Adam's tribe.     What if there is nothing elselfor  them to do?  get five free shares in it  Editor, The Times:  The writer emigrated from England to  Canada in the Spring of 1926. The morning  of my departure the great National Strike  started in England.  On arrival atHeighley Railway Station I  was informed there were no trains to  Liverpool. They could only sell me a ticket  to Bradford 9 miles away. On arrival in  Bradford, no guarantee of getting out of  Manchester, however, by changing  Railways I finally made it to Liverpool,  somewhat late, but finally sailed.  I had a short stay in North Bay; Ont. On  construction and changing steel on the  Railroad. Then on to Regina, Saskatoon,  more construction work, even laid three  eighth Inch oak flooring 10 hours a day for  forty cents per hour. Now people say  what did the Old 'Folks do with their  money? Fifteen years as house carpenter  at Saskatoon City Hospital and a spell In  the Radio Lab in the Armed Forces, then  onto B.C. where we cleared land, blowing  and digging out stumps as previous  Pioneers had done.  And we built a few cottages, as much as  my health would permit.  Now about these FREE .SHARES.  The first day applications were  received I made an application for my 5  free shares and I paid $60 for 10 more  shares.  However I discovered that I had to  cancel or perjure myself about' my  citizenship. I decided to remain a law  abiding citizen,  ' NoW I realize that it is possible for  pregnant women to be on the High Seas  heading for Canada, and children yet to be  born will be eligible for free shares.  I would like to ask, the following  question.  As a law abiding citizen of 53 years  .helping to build Canada and B.C. ��� Are  our tangible efforts not worth more than a  small piece of paper'(citizenship)?  Ernie Lowe  Gibsons  The Peninsula1^**^ PrifiOIlCF  seeks  Published Wednesdays a I .Sechell  on H.C.'s 1Sunshine Const  ���-��� ���������'--'by ������ -���  '  The Peninsula Times  tor Wcstprcs Publications Ltd.  at Sechelt, D.C.  Uux 310 ~-Sechelt, IJ.C  VON MO  Phone8H5-32.ll  r Office hours; 8:30 a.m.  ���'tt��$p.m. Tues.*Sitt��  ' Subscription Rates: (In advnncb)  Local, S7 per year. Heyond 3$ miles, SH  U.S.A., $10. Overseas $11.  1 Contributors:  Div. 7, Sechelt F.lenienlnry  Robert luwtll  Vern Gicsbrccht  Dennis Gray  Muurlco Hemstreet  Jeanle Norton  Munie Redman  Bruce Robinson _ _ ^ ,_.___ _.  " " "" Guy S^nunuTs  r'"'" '���"- 'M��riohTVWffgcr~ '���*"���" "���"'" ���"*  Peggy Connor  Doris Hdwardsoii  Mary Tinklcy-Shunnon  Moral support  Editor, The Times:  I have read the statements of Hayden  Killam concerning the sex discrimination  case in your newspaper.  Is It true Mr. Killam "refused to  acknowledge there was a case" as a "point  of principle"?  In a response to an investigator of the  Human Rights Branch does he really say  ".Finally I threw him out when he said a  pay off wajs in order"?  And he clearly says only a woman of  Herculean strength could handle the job.  It's incredulous a man of principles  could make such remarks!  However, the purpose of this letter is  Sechelt, council may mumble  their way right out of office  By HELEN PARKER  Charging the press for correspondence  and bylaws now takes second place to  Sechelt village council's latest action.  And judging from a few of the aldermen's reactions to our complaints, they  did not realize they were approving  restricting us to copies of correspondence  upon which action has been taken.  No wonder. It was nearly 9:30 p.m: It  was a heavy meeting. Lots of planning  proposals; you know.some of the really  important stuff which requires some intelligence to follow.  ��� And council knew we were just itching  to get around to that, point on the agenda  which read "Recommendations ��� Re:  copying machine usage.  But council put one over on us. All the  developers had left, the air had cleared,  bylaws were read.  And then it happened. There were a few  mumbles, more mumbles and Mayor  Nelson informed whoever was listening  that the recommendations had been  carried.  Only after that did he read the  recommendation and we really knew what  we were in for.  Well, the words began to fly.  Reasonably, though. I thought we had  legitimate arguments.  After all, we'd been had. That was  about the time" some of council realized  what they had approved.  But that knowledge was lost in the  confusion when the mayor accused me of  interrupting village clerk Malcolm  .Shanks. I didn't ahd even Shanks admitted  he'd finished. Besides my mum taught me  better. The mayor didn't think so.  He gave me a little lesson in manners,  then said something I wish all of Sechelt  had heard.  He told us we must remember that we  are "guests" at their meetings ��� their  public meetings, open to all who care to go.  It would be funny, if he hadn't, been so  serious about it. You know, he just might  unlnvite us, and then we wouldn't be  allowed even the correspondence council  has acted on.  The next day in the village office just  proved our point that giving us all the  correspondence prior to the meeting would  save a lot of time. At first I was willing to  compromise, I'd take the correspondence  after the meeting as long as it was free and  complete.  So, the Coast News and I spent nearly  an hour copying correspondence by hand  and talking to Shanks. But we were considerate and went in together to save time.  . After all, we are competitors.  *' Shanks really believe? we-should-'be  restricted to certain corresponde'hc'eVHe  thinks our editorialsHnu^T^~peopleV  minds for them.  If I asked 10 persons whether they had  read the Times editorial page this week, I  bet nine would say no. Editorial pages are  just not everyone's favorite reading  material.  -----He- thinks-^council shou)d / make  decisions on proposals before anything is  written about them. That is, before the  public has a chance to comment and  perhaps influence council.  I think it's about time many more  persons had some influence on council.  Persons with some different ideas,  perhaps even extreme, just to start council  thinking about the changes Sechelt is  : experiencing.^ ���* - i*-.**. \-.>^, ;?'���?�����* **-  ���I can't hehrfeelingf when someone is-  presenting a proposal and a council  member says, "I think it's going to look  nice," that this member, and a few others,  have been sitting in those chairs too long.  I think it's time for a change. I think it's  coming in November.  not to wonder aloud over Mr. Killam, bur  to give Kathy L. Grafe the moral support  she undoubtedly deserves.  Yours sincerely,  Hugh McNab.  Grad scholarship  thanks ��� Elpliie  Editor, The Times:  On behalf of the staff of Elphinstone  Secondary School, I would like to publicly  thank the numerous individuals, clubs,  societies, and businesses who have funded  scholarships and bursaries for the  graduating class of 1979.   -  Many of these young adults will be  furthering their education next fall. The  high expenses incurred with travel, accommodation, fees etc. make these funds  very important to them.  The recognition received after 12 years  of growth provides the recipients with  , much personal satisfaction that will stay  with them throughout their lives.  -:>�� i^iu^in^ihe^raduatibn Ceremonies  on Jun^e23, inf ormatioiron the recipients of ~  scholarships'and bursaries will be  published.  Once again, to all who contributed,  thank you.  B.J. Boulton,  Principal.  Hots of f to Dad oh his own Day  For at least one day out of 365, father is  pampered with "King of the Castle"  treatment as North Americans celebrate  Father's Day. This year, June 17 will find  fathers opening greeting cards and gifts  and basking in their day of accentuated  recognition. Ahd fathers aren't the only  recipients of this stepped up warmth and  consideration ��� greetings of all  description remember grandfathers,  godfathers, husbands, uncles, fathers-to-  be and more!  While many messages are of emotional  thanks and expressions of love, the  original intent of Father's Day appears to  supersede the sentimentality. As  described in 1024 by United States  President Calvin Coolldge, Father's Day  was "to impress upon fathers the full  measure of their obligations, and to  establish more Intimate relations between  fathers and their children."  This sobering message is handled in a  light and jesting fashion in our modern  attitudes. Father is chlded, teased and  gently harassed. He is playfully reminded  of his many family responsibilities and all  the ways in which he ls cajoled to support  (sometimes dubious) family schemes.  Even on his special day, amid favorite  dinners, gifts and valet service, father ia  still called upon to be "a good sport".  But if he reads between the lines, as  -fathers learn to do with expertise, the  message is undeniably one of appreciation  and affection.  Happy Father's Day to all Sunshine  Coast pops.  THE PEOPLE who seem to get the  most out of recreational boating, says  the Allied Boating Association of  Canada, are those who trailer their  boats to the best places for action.  Let's go boating  person  Editor, The Times:  Out there, somewhere, is a person who  an incarcerated individual.  Your paper reaches many and I do hope  that you will see fit to carry my problem to  tho doorstop of q wonderful pen-pal.  I have paper, pen, unlimited time in  which to correspond with the outside world  and a desire to hear from someone who Is  also alone in tho world for whatever  reason,  I know that you are but there, certain  person, and maybe this kind of newspaper  will be the vehicle by which two lives  might be shared In friendship.  Loneliness is a  torture no human  Stats *M years of age,Oft,*l801bs.  William Stone  ���1 Box 7000,  Tdxarkana, Texas 75501.  U.S.A.  Naturaltet's Corner  i  By ALLISON WATT,  Park Naturalist,  Porpoise Bay Prov. Park.  June has returned bringing low tides,  .long day*, and a naturallM to Porpoise  Bay Provincial Park.  A program of nature walks on the  boach and in tho forest, spider hunts, salt-  marsh safaris, early bird watches, dusk  strolls, and nature talks will begin this  weekend at the Park,  Of course, I don't attempt, all of  the above-mentioned activities in one day.  Check my column each week for a  schedule of everitai for tlhe weekend.  On Sunday mornings at 10 a.m. I will be  leading "kids only" activities. Starting in  July a full-time program of walks, talks,  and other "nature-el" activities will begin.  Creek' Provincial' Parte* -,���~"���-�����--��<����� ����������   I will be taking a dusk walk along the  Creek Trail at Porpoise Bay on Friday.  Meet at 8:30 p.m. in front of the change  house at the beach.  I  Surely there's a bird song which you  hear every evening but Just doh't know  what it ls. If you're wondering, Join me and  maybe I can identify it for you.  leading a beach walk and Saturday  evening giving a talk at 8 p.m. ��� The  Bottom Story, A Slug's Eye-View of tbe  Forest Floor, Meet in front of the change  house for both of these events. Bring a  chair and we'll gather in a circle around a  flro for tho talk,  In tho meantime, check your tide tables  and take part of these long days to explore  the company of colorful, and often bizarre,  If any of you have a passion for purple,  check out a rocky beach at low tide where  hundreds of purple starfish can be seen  "���prorvMlng:���iIWta,*������!������"������"*"���*������, --��"���'*-�����*-';-'�����**��*";���--���  I hope to see you this summer.  Ed. notet Tide tables are available at the  Times office on the Sunshine Coast highway or at local stores.  The people who seem to get the most  out of recreational boating, trailer their  boat to the best places for action.  With the trailer so important In  boating, It's important to know how to  properly use and maintain it. Here are a  few suggestions from the experts at Allied  Boating Association of Canada to help you  broaden your boating horizons:  On the highway, slow down, especially  with a heavy boat In tow. It's safer and it  saves fuel. Allow more time and room than  usual when you're passing another  vehicle, and make sure you've cleared the  other guy before swinging back in front of  him. And swing a little wider than usual  for turns, too, to avoid going over a curb  or, worse still, a pedestrian's foot.  Keep plenty of distance between your  car and tbe one ahead, And when you pull  Into a parking lot, find a place where you  1 won't get locked in, watching out for low  signs and canopies.  * Launching a boat seems to frustrate  Tnoratfilvmttiair^  few basic Ideas in mind, and with a little  practice, it doesn't take long to become an  expert.  When backing a trailer, remember that  the car's steering wheel must be turned In  the opposite direction from tho way you  want the trailer to go. If you want the  trailer to go to the right, turn the steering  wheel to the left, ond vice versa, The best  way to learn Is to practice in a largo empty  parking lot. Practico backing the trailer In  a straight line for 50 feet or so. Once you  can do this, the rest will come easily,  You will save time and avoid confusion  at the launching ramp if you release the  tie-downs and tilt the motor up Just before  going onto tho ramp. This is also the time  to make a last-minute check to be sure the  drain plug la in.  Before starting out on your trip, always  check to be sure all the trailer lights ��� tail  lights, brake and turn lights ��� are  working. Carry a few spare bulbs. Make  sure the hitch is secured and safety chains  are in place.  Keep your trailer In good operating  condition. Check tire air pressure  frequently and keep the trailer wheel hubs  greased, especially if you've dunked the  wheels while launching repeatedly. Check  tor stgra of wear;-"*���- '���  And ��� Importantly ��� when you load  the trailer, position gear so there's more  weight ahead of tho trailer axle on the  tongue. . '\   7--U   \_  Wednesday, June 13,1979  Tlie Peninsula Times  MORE ABOUT  Nuclear future cannot be avoided  ��� From Page A-l  capacity by that year., 7 v  "Which is to say, that officially at least,  we foresee the possibility that. the  proportion of Canada's total energy  consumption dedicated to electricity  would clmibfFom approximately on^trurd  to one-half by 1990." . .  It has taken.. OPEC (Organization of  Petroleum Exporting Countries) to bring a  sense of realization to t^e Western World  -that^ur-ii^eh-foi^et-more^ehergy-may-  exceed our grasp," declared Bonner.  The consequence, has limited "our  apparently infinite capacity to transform  raw materials into endless streams of  goods and gadgets, particularly as world  population grows and overwhelms the raw  materials readily at hand.  "The vulnerability of western countries  is. acute   because   of   the   enormous  -dependence.most _countries_haye .oh_ off.  shore oil," Bonner asserted.  "The United States is currently  dependent as to 45 per cent upon off shore  oil. Canada three years ago began a  similar dependence which, without new  ~nationardiscoveries" orlhassive'tar sand  ^development, may see Canada 50-60 per  cent foreign oil dependent within eight to  10 years".   ;  MORE ABOUT  Regionalwatercontrol  ?rom=Page^A4  supply," Almond's letter stated.  He said there was ample evidence of  this and that seven or eight years of  complaining had achieved no result.  He also mentioned the settled area of  the Sunshine Coast which in some places is  up to and above 300 feet above sea level  where people get their water from ground  water, wells and creeks.  "A small creek can be 'mucked up' in  five minutes ahd the offerioer can go  blithely on to do the same thing  -somewhere else the next day. We know  from experience the water rights branch  can do little or nothing in such cases," he  stated.  Onlhequestionofdefoliiant^rayingTh-  SCRD water sources, Almond explained  that the present Hydro right-of-way  follows the coast at an average height of  400 feet above sea level and that "hundreds of users of small private water  supplies view with trepidation the  prospect of permits being issued for the  spraying of poison."  "True, as you remark," Almond  submits, "there is an appeal board. We  appealed a permit last year, and though  we had a good case and snowed doubt as to  the safety, the.appeal was denied. The  process was long, tedious, and expensive!"  The ministry's letter to the board said  70 per centt of. the Chapman Creek  watershed (regional district's primary  source of water supply) is Crown land and  the rest private land subject to the official  settlement plans of the regional district.  "With both categories of land ownership ��� Crown land, private land ��� being  found within the watershed area, the  concept of one agency such as the regional  district having pre-emptive watershed  7mariag^ement^unctiwis=woTUar^Tes^Tit=  major jurisidictiohal problems as you will  appreciate. Any regulatory bylaw enacted  by the regional district to exercise  watershed management would be of.  concern to all provincial resource  ministries," the ministry stated.  Almond, in his reply, said any such  bylaw would be given close scrutiny by all  concerned ministries before approval.  In discussing the letters at the recent  regional board meeting, director .Joe  Harrison said the fight for local watershed  control is going tobe a longone.  "It's not going to be won in the next five  or 10��years. Watershed control and cpntrol  over resources is an issue that is going; to  -comeTip^e~i^��owrttgamrSome fowjsts���societies~today  and resources.would be better managed  locally. It would bring some revenue," he  said.  When concern about the situation of  Chapman Creek came up at the regional  level earlier this spring, it was the Gibsons  Wildlife Club who prodded the regional  board to act by presentations of  photographs and visits to the area.  The editor of the club's newsletter is  worth quoting:  "It's hard to know what is happening  about the siltation of Chapman Creek.. It  seems strange to a layman like myself to  understand the way politicians think. Why  should a club like ours have to give these  people at the Regional Board a prod in the  rear every so, often to do something about  their main water supply? Politicians are  strange people and I guess it takes another  politician to understand them."  Communications on the problem  between the - provincial and regional  governments ��� and prodding ��� is expected to continue.  "The fragility of our western ways did  not need the reminder provided recently  by the emergence of an Islamic republic  in Irani" lie said, and suggested that the  "future of our way of life depends upon the  adjustment which we can bring by the  application of a cool intelligence to a most  uncornforteble"problem." ~'~  Bonner was critical of what he termed  "catch phrases" used in both Canada and  .. the U.S. "Energy independence is a catchy  political slogan employed, I think, in no  ~ other part of the world, andeiffloyable in  North America only because~unttt recently  this was the condition we^hought we enjoyed.       ���  .  ,  "When faced with an awkward, not to  mention dangefSbs futtB^irls^tnirtoTis^^  how people react. For the moment we  seem to prefer words over deeds," he said.  Bonner again made it clear that early  action on crucial energy problems is now  "imperative, as a resuTTof sophisticated  analysis of probable long-rahge circumstances "almost impossible to  describe or explain to the average  member of the public."  Nevertheless, said Bonner, "The implication of the nexFtwTdecades-f or those  areas of the country which are relatively  rich in conventional energy resources" is  that in the national interest no region may  expect long to enjoy the luxury of non-  development. As time goes by, local  decisions of that nature will be seen  clearly to be at variance with the national  and possibly continental interests as we  strive to maintain current standards of  Uving7_wlii.cn. - underlie. our .industrial  4��nr���,., Beat The High ^ic��s With OUR GOOD USED CARS!-  <-.,/      .  ��\  COPPING'S CAR TOWN SALES LTD.  985-3281 Wharf St., Across from Legion  Bonner offered the audience his own set  of goals to be pursued in the development  of additional, or alternative, sources of  energy.  These include 1) improvement of  existing technology; 2) discovery and  exploitation of additional conventional  energy bases; 3) more economic and more  efficient use and application of the energy  we possess; 4) reliance upon available  energy technology (soft technology) not  previously in use) 5) expansiohof nuclear  systems; 6) development, if possible, of  fusion energy.  "On this continent our efforts in pursuit  of certain of these objectives have been  hampered by reaction to real or imagined  -abuses - in the- developments of. energy  sources earlier this century. We are  properly concerned about air quality,  destruction of the landscape, degradation  of the rivers, and generally an anticipated  endangerment to health."  Bonner underlined the real and immediate task to be taken up now: "To  create a widely informed public with a  shared perspective of the energy, future of,  mankind,",. . ,       ,   -, -. ".'^  And those who "so vigorously oppose"  the development of energy, cautioned  Bonner, "would do well to remember how  our life has changed as a result of energy  abundance.in the last 100 years'*.  GIFTS FOR A.  ���r**>^  Make this his best  Father's Day ever!  Flymo lawn mower 1  ELECTRIC $189����  GAS *299����  Gifts that keep on  giving all year long.  Deluxe BACKGAMMON SETS  -15" Cordroy..........    ... Only *29^5  - 10" Vinyl..  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SUN., JULY 1st, 1979  'NO ADMISSION CHARGE'  SIMPLY PICK UP YOUR ENTRY IDENTIFICATION  BUTTON FROM YOUR SUPER VALUI CASHIER  It all begins Sunday morning with a good tasting 'pancake  breakfast' at Gibsons' Gov't wharf It's only a $1.50 per  person so come on, join the fun!  ���7> >"- "   *   "~'i  '-I   . ">f.' *���"    . *"'- 1  J[".        ' 1     tt  THERE ARE PRIZES & TROPHIES GALORE  TO BE WON!. ..YOU COULD BE A LUCKY  WINNER  ��� 1st prize   0  for largest *  dogfish caught  2nd prize  for88cond largest  dogfish caught  ��� 3rd prize  for third largest  dogfish caught  ���    2    TICKETS    TO    HAWAII    VIA    CP.    AIR  PLUS MANY MORE HIDDEN PRIZES  ��� TEN HIDDEN WEIGHT PRIZES of $50.00  SUPERVALU GIFT CERTIFICATES  TOTALING $500,00  ��� HIDDEN WEIGHT PRIZES OF $50,00  SUPER VALUE GIFT CERTIFICATES, EVERY  HOUR FROM 9:00 A.M, TO 4:00 P.M.  TOTALING $350.00  HEY KIDS, TALK TO YOUR DADI"  SPECIAL KIDS DRAW  FIVE NORCO SAFARI 5 SPEED BIKES WILL BE  OFFERED TO DERBY PARTICIPANTS 12 YRS. OF  AGE OR UNDER. EACH CHILD WILL RECEIVE A  TICKET FOR EVERY DOGFISH TURNED I  GIBSONS WEIGH STATION BEFORE 4:00 P.M.  JULY 2ND, 1978.  TROPHY PRESENTATIONS  -FOR LARGEST DOGFISH CAUGHT,  -LARGEST DOGFISH CAUGHT BY A CHILD  6 YRS. OF AGE OR UNDER  -LARGEST DOGFISH CAUGHT BY A CHILD  7 TO 12 YEARS OF AGE - MOST DOGFISH CAUGHT BY ANY ONE BOAT.  TICKETS WILL BE DRAWN AT 4:00 P.M. SAME  DAY BY TED PECK  DOGFISH DERBY  FISHING ZONES  Fish must be caught by methods  of sport fishing only to qualify  ��� FISHING BOUNDARIES ���  (Roberts Creek to Point Grey  to Point Atkinson)  I  ��� WEIGH IN STATION  THE GIBSONS' GOVERNMENT WHARF  TED PECK ALONG WITH THE STARS OF  THE BEACHCOMBERS WILL BE AT THE  WHARF FROM 3:30 P.M.  Bring your ftmtly or group for a day of  fishing funl  right for you -��� ������ V  :(    ������"'���  *  U  Halfmoon Bay happenings  letter  By Mary Tinkley-Shannpn 885-9479  >i.. ^ ���.  'sr ���? '���  Gibsons glimpses  71   -    ' o ���.  Do^fljlT Derby plans  by Marion Alsager, 886-2458  The Dogfish Derby takes place Sunday,  July 1 with a $1,000 first prize for-the  largest dogfish, $300 for second prize, and.  $200 for tiiird. There will he ten $50 hidden-  =^eightn^is��Bsrplo57bicycles7for-the=win--  ners in the children's categories. A trophy  will be presented for the largest, total  amount of dogfish caught. Each, participant can have three fish weighed individually and the balance will be weighed  irfbulk. Nor Pack'Foods will .again be  MORE TOURIST VISITS  There, were 15 Vancouver Tourist  Counsellors in Gibsons on a  familiarization trip sponsored by the  =Southwest-Tourist=Association.=They-were=  given a tour of Molly's Reach, dined at  Bonnie Brook Lodge and the Omega. John  Kavanaugh, John Smith, Arne Petterson  and John McRae were tour guides for the  counsellors and we hear they did a great  job of it besides enjoying themselves, too!  purchasing the fish arid, processing them   sea CAVALCADE'  for export toforeign^bddmarkets. Talked wim Jim Stobie, .Sea Cavalcade  f This year the Derby will be tying into convenor and he said that everything was  1 Canada Days with a flag race from Sechell* progressing slowly, but he can still use lots  to;Gibsons, a Canada Day parade through,. 0f heip in many aspects of.the week-end  the Lower Village of Gibsons plus a prize  of a CP Air^trip-toan-as-yet-unspecified  destination in Canada in .the "guess the  total wdght of dogish caught" contest.  Other events for the Derby Day will be  the Lions Pancake" breakfast, live ~ en  tertainment on the wharf, beer garden in  the Curling rink. This year the Kinsmen  will be in charge and Molsons beer will be  featured.  TOURIST COUNSELLORS  We hope that Peninsula residents  notice the tourist counsellors on the Queen  of New Westminster. These girls are  employed by the Gibsons Chamber of  Commerce and funded.through a federal  government grant. The counsellors will be  selling maps and Gibsons 50th Anniversary Trade Pollars, as well as encouraging tourists to see more of the  Sunshine Coast.  TRAIL  Construction on the Gibsons Park Trail  linking upper and lower Gibsons will begin  first week of July. The Chamber of  Commerce has received a federal  government grant to undertake this  community project.  ' BUSINESS INFO  Maria Visser is the business information officer arid can be contacted  between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday through  Friday at 886-2325. She can aid the  business person with grants; loans, "how  to do it" and FBDB counselling on any new  project or expansion.  festivities. If you have any good ideas, arid  help, do contact Jim at 886-7748.J   Sea Cavalcade contestants to date are  Gail Head - Miss Kiwanis, Karen  Achterberg - Miss Chamber of Commerce,  ManfPPii Forsyth- Miss" Gibsons" Volun-  teer Fire Dept., Darlene Duncan - Miss  Royal Canadian Legion, Debbie McDonald  - Miss Sunnycrest Shopping Centre, Kim  Mansfield - Miss Gibsons Lions. You will  be seeing a lot of these girls in the next few  weeks, good-luck to each and everyone!  HIGHEST GIRL GUIDE AWARDS,  At the Canada Cord Certificate,  presentations on Sunday, June 3 in the,  North Lonsdale United Church, North  Vancouver, two local girls, Autumn  Glessing an LoriStromquist received their  Canada Cords, the highest "Guiding"  award attainable.  Lori and Autumn were two of the 56  girls who were presented with Canada  Cords. In the Lions Area, which includes  all of the Sunshine Coast, Squamish,  nSaribaldir~North"Vaiicouver" and~ West���  Vancouver,  UNBURNED  Dave did NOT burn his wife's bathing  suit, apologies are forthcoming!!  HAPPY BIRTHDAY CHADDIE  Happy 92nd Birthday wishes to Chaddie  Bremner. We hear she had a super birthday party hosted by,the United Church,  ladies, also had visitors fromvVancou^r,^  Saskatchewan and Alberta to help'her  celebriate her birthday.  WASHERS-DRYERS-DISHWASHERS-MICRO-OVENSI  2-year guarantee on all parts & labor  5-year warranty on the dryer drum  10-year guarantee on washer transmission!  Lifetime guarantee on stainless steel  washer tub  WE SERVICE WHAT WE SEU  MADEIRA APPLIANCES  883-2648  RED LETTER, DAY  Halfmoon Bay Hospital Auxiliary  wishes to remind all members and friends  that there will be a Blood Donors' Clinic on  June 25 from 3 to 8 p.m. at St. Mary's  Hospital in the new physiotherapy room.  The Auxiliary held its regular meeting  on June 4 following a smorgasbord supper  convened by Joan Mackereth, and May  Holgate, It was an excellent supper and a  most successful and happy occasion, made  all the more enjoyable because it was held  -1n^heTa*attftnB^no^frtend^  Dolmage home. Special guests welcomed  were Eilleen Smith, a past president of the  Auxiliary and, Patricia Briscoe from  Brentwood, Vancouver Island, a long-time  Triemfof the Jack Mercer family. =~"~  - < During the short; business meeting to  wind up the Auxiliary's affairs before  closing. down for tbe summer recess,  reports were given of the great success of  the tea room organized for Timber Days.  Thanks >were extended to all who had  helped in making the project so successful  ��� particularly to the men who set up the  stall, George Murray, Harold Ives, Al  Mackereth, and Jim Nygard and to Al and  Joan Mackereth who took their camper to  Sechelt as a sandwich making unit.  POSTMISTRESS RETIRING  With the pending retirement of our  pop'ilar postmistress, Grace Rutherford, a  new���'postmaster or postmistress will  iljorty^e^ppointed^orthe^Halfmoon-Bay���  post office. Application forms which must  be submitted by June 21 can be obtained  from the post office.  COMMUNITY ANNUAL MEETING  When the annual general meeting of the  Welcome Beach Community Association  was held on June 5, members stood for a  moment's silence in tribute to the memory  of two members who had recently died,  Elsie Holgate and Jack Hall. Reports were  given of the various activities and a  successful year was reported. Investigation is proceeding into the  possibility of obtaining more parking  space. The question of extending the  boundaries for membership was  discussed, but in view of the number of  _new__residents .settling inthe area, it was  decided to take no action in this regard at  the present time. The executive was  authorized to purchase thirty morn chairs  and to plan again for a two-sitting  Christinas dinner. The Association is  prepared to sponsor a day's outing during  the summer, such as a boat or bus trip, but  there were not enough members present to  reach a conclusion on this matter.   -  Officers for ;the. year 1979-1980 are  Grace Rutherford, president; Bernie  Ackerman, vice-president; Olive Comyn,  secretary; Nancy Lawson treasurer and  Directors Ruth Forrester, Alice Halford,  Fred Greaves and Art Perry,  NEW GRANDSON FOR THEA  Thea Leuchte was delighted to receive  a telephone call last Friday advising that  her daughter and son-in-law, Susanne and  Richard Bolivar are anounclng the arrival  of their second chosen son, Raphael Simon  Bolivar, who is a brother for Lucas, The  Bolivars are at Telegraph Creek where  Richard is teaching, but,they will be  returning to Welcome Beach for the  summer vacation, when Thea looks for  ward to meeting her new grandson.  COMINGS AND GOINGS  With the arrival of June and fine  weather, the local beaches sprang into life  and there were guests in many homes,  some from far away places.  Visitors from England at the Bob  Forrester home were Stan and Audrey  Finch who had accompanied Dr. and Mrs.  Thompson on a tour of Vancouver Island  before arriving here. The Thompsons were  guests at the home of their daughter,.  PaddyBrcioKe?"^ "  Mrs. Nellie Coates of Burnley, Lancashire, was a guest at Janet Allen's home  and  was   accompanied  by_Janet'_s_  ^daughter. EdithHawirko of_North Van-  Prince George. The bride is the daughter  of George and Mary Allen of Sechelt. '  The Shannons who planned a camping  trip���m7-the-Cariboo^hilc6tin--country,_  managed td get as far as Bella Coola, but  more'about -this next week. In the  meantime, our thanks to Peggy Connor for  filling the gap and keeping our readers  advised about Halfmoon Bay.  Dorothy Greene, who is an enthusiastic  bird-watcher,, reports that she has seen  two ospreys and pine-martin in the tall  timbers hear her property.  PageA-4 The Peninsula Times  ��� ;-,'. Wednesday, June 13,1979     __  IT'S UP TO EVERY  WOMAN TO HAVE A  PAE  'GREAT PACIFIC  HOT TUBS  An Experience in Pleasure and  Relaxation'  TO SEE OR TRY FOR YOURSELF  Phone 885-2183 HEIEN PHlLllPS  HELPPREVENT  CERVICAL CANCER  CANADIAN  CANCfR  SOCIETY  couver.  Jane Buss who is an actress in Toronto,  is here on a visit to her mother, May  Holgate.   -  At the Brodgesell home are Bob's son,  Halge Brodgesell and Pam's son, David  Joslyn, both of Edmonton.  A number of residents have been on  trips.  Hugh and Agnes McPhalen accompanied their daughter and son-in-law,  Marjorie and Jim Hunter of Port Alberni,  on a drive to Mackenzie to visit their  granddaughter Dianne Morgan and her  family. On the way, the road they were  driving passed close by the railway track  where a truck loaded with sulphur was on  -fire; '���   Another visitor to the north country  was Janet Allen who flew to Prince George  for the. wedding of her granddaughter,  Barbara Allen to Dwight Johnson of  Effective Friday, June 15 until  Tuesday, October 9 inclusive.  SeCHELT  PENINSULA  via Earl's Cove  Lv Earl's Cove  7:15 am  9:15  10:30*  11:15  1:15 pm  3:00*  4:30 pm  5:15*  6:30  7:30*  8:30  10:30  POWELL RIVER  t\t\ Vmmjr%  via Saltery Bay  LvSalteryBay  6:15 am  8:15  9:15*  ,10:15"  12:15 pm  1:30*  3:30 pm  4:05*  5:30  6:20*  7:30  9:30  ���*8ummer Supplementary-MV.:,'Pender Queen". 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' *_  j  By MARIE TRAINOR  The regular monthly: meeting of the  Gibsons Hospital AuxUiary was held at the  home of Mrs. Margaret, Jones on Wed*  nesday, June 6. This .being' our- last  meeting until September, it took the form  of a luncheon and meeting combined, wtyh  44 members present andfour.guests which.  included Mrs., Anne Fitchett and Mrs.  Jane Sorko representing?the Hospital  Board, Miss Chris Ward -president of the  Sechelt Auxiliary and Miss, Nairn Stewart  of Edmontoij, a dauyghter^^rone of our  members; Mra'Margery Stewart.  have volunteered to co-host this annual  event in November;    ^     7.7  Pearl Dove and Joan Rigby, who  represented Gibsons Auxiliary at the  BCAHA Convention from May 30 to June 1  in Vancouver, gave very enthusiastic and'  interesting reports on the ^various activities and high-lights of the Convention._  At the closeof the meeting, president  Joan. Rigby called upon Anne Fitchett and  Jane Sorko to draw the lucky tickets for  the raffle of the lovely hand-made Quilt  and Afghan, which was our spring fund  raising project this year in lieu of the  Dogwood Luncheon. The lucky winners  Sechell notes  Arts enthusiasm  By Peggie CorTrtor; 885-9347  Wednesday, June 13,1979  The Peninsula Times PageA-5  A lovely wine punch served prior to .    .      ,���..���..  lunch was donated by Qney DeCamj), were: for ftequilt^ Liz Forshner and the  Marie Scott and Margaret Jones, followed M&** *B-. ^m, both from Gibsons.  -'���^y-sandwli*esjJk^^delictous'strawberry,j  shortcake, tea and coffee.  The sixty persons attending,the Sunshine Coast Arts Council's annual general  meeting on Friday, June ;8 at the new  Sunshine Coast Art Centre were full of  enthusiasm. They were delighted with  being able to hold the meeting.there  despite the fact it is not finished as yet.  Another month and a half, and members  hope to hold their grand opening. '  Some poepie expressed the thought that  some may be ready to move in when the  cottages are completed. _  Building Committee chairman Norman  Burley gave his report and also the  building finance committee's report by  John. Goodwin was received.  Election of directors took place with the  following ��� for three years, Elizabeth  Cooke, Eva Hayward, Yvonne Yates of  Sechelt and Jack Temple from Halfmoon  Bay, directors with one year to run are  .��.   ,    t��.        ^       - _. home to members while the quilt was  .-^terjunch toe meeting was brought to   being, quilted but also looked after the  order by the presided;���Jt>air~Rigby.^^^ ticket - making,-  -ReportsTvereread-by^he-chairmairotthe          various committees for the month of May  in which 30 volunteers worked a total of  101% hours. Although unable to attend,  Rene Jardine, chairman of the Knitting  Committee, sent in numerous articles such,  as bed socks, bed jackets, baby sets which  had been completed by our great knitters.  Jean Longley also brought along a lovely  baby carriage cover and unique bed socks,  which were donated to the Auxiliary  (including wool) by a friend, Mrs.  Margaret Abell, visiting her this spring  from Moncton, New Brunswick. Two bed  jackets are also being completed arid will  be sent along later. How grateful we are to  all these nice people.  Chairman of the Ways.and Means.  if it had been a more conventional shape it  ite..nf thanks, was extended to Mrs wfluldhave^been finished, beforenow. But.   Harold Nelson. Mary Walker. Ada Dawe  Annie Metcalfe, who not only opened her    then it would have been just another   John Goodwin, Norman Burley, Yvette  Committee, Verla Hobson, read her report-  in which she informed us that work was  progressing well at the workshop held  every Wednesday, (except the first  Wednesday of the month) at the home of  Phoebe Blomberg. They are busy making  Christmas decorations which will be sold  in conjunction with the Aloha Luncheon.  While on the subject of the Aloha Luncheon, Lenora Inglis and Marjorie Leslie  selling, and accounting of same. Without  her devoted efforts and those of Kay  Butler who helped us get the quilt started .  and for the use of her office as a  headquarters for circulation of the tickets,  and to all the other members who helped,  the raffle would not have been the success  it was.  All members would also like to take this  opportunity to thank Margaret Jones for  again opening her home to us for the  luncheon-meeting which was thoroughly  enjoyed by everyone.  Last but by no means least, I would like  to remind everyone of the BLOOD DONOR  CLINIC which is being held on June 25  from' 3 _p.m. to _ 8__ p.m._ in _rthe___new.;  Physiotherapy Unit in St. Mary's Hospital.  If cannot be empnasizea too strongly the  great need for blood arid, if you ace able to  give, please make a concerted effort to  attend the Clinic on June 25 and help  replenish and build up the Hospital's Blood ���  Bank.  Remember your blood donation could  save a life - it could be yours.  The next meeting will be held on  Wednesday, September 5.  Pender Harbour happenings  Wedding Anniversary  by Doris Edward soni 883 2308  WEDDING ANNIVERSARY  Mel and Jean Likes celebrated their  34th wedding anniversary June 2. Friends  joined them to enjoy a delicious Chinese  supper at the Pender Harbour Restaurant.  Irene and Ted Temple, Ann BeatQuand  Len Larson were in ti^,ra^\^ Threat of  the Evening was Spent m^^Sp^pd-  playing cards. Mel and Jean jmet; io^Ed-  monton, Alta. and at that time he received  his discharge from the Canadian Army  after serving overseas.  BRANCH 112 LEGION NEWS  The Saturday afternoon meat draws  have been cancelled for the summer.  President Dave Pritchard and first vice-  president Roy Mansfield have returned  from the Pacific Command Convention.  building. New as the Arts Centre is, it has  a grand feeling all of its own���just to step  -inside-one can feel its personality.  ThT^ttracfive~design of cedarwoiKl-  panels around the skylight is just one of  the touches that will make this building the  pride of Sechelt.   ���  The building was under construction  for a year-and-a-half, then shut down for  half a year due to lack of funds. The approximate cost will be $60,000. Opening is  planned for "August 3.  . A book could be written on the trials  and tribulations of erecting the centre.  Crowstons donated the use of their mill, a  Canada Works grant supplied wages for  six persons, three only were needed. From  a model created by Clarke Steabner who  was the. chief worker for the building, the  .actual building is a faithful replica. The  mill broke down, the grant expired, but  then, on the good' sjde, materials and  cupboards etc. were donated and members worked at various money raising  ���programs.  They have reached the point where  $2,500 is needed to complete the job.  Steering Committees have been formed  with co-ordinator Clarke Steabner and to  install programs five disciplines have  been chosen: Burril Swartz for visual  arts, Susan Elek for countryside concerts,  Gerardo Avila for mime performances,  Keith Wallace heads special events and  Elaine Futterman is looking after the  crafts. Each group is looking for input  from the rest ot the members.  Visual Arts committee comprises  Burril Swartz, Vivian Chamberlain, Keith  Wallace and Alice Murray for planning art  exhibits, juried shows, sculptures, artifacts and any ideas that may come to  ~ mind;      " :  Kent and Marie Firth.  " " Former Directors thanked ,for their  work were Chris WardrAdele^eLange  -andBOl-Neilsen:  It, was suggested by Dorothy Greene  that an event such as a garden party be  held to encourage new members to join.  Greene Court Cottages provide an  economical home within walking distance  of the shops for senior citizens who can  take care of themselves, allowing them to  maintain their independence.  SECHELT AUXILIARY LUNCH  BIGGEST CROWD  The annual lunch put on for the public  .by the .Sechelt Auxiliary to St. Mary's  Hospital was held on June 7 at the Senior  Citizens Hall. Two hundred and forty  enjoyed lunch in a congenial atmosphere,  and the auxiliary looks on this as a public  relations event as much as anything. It is  ^KHtK9m~mmmm~m_\W~ -��4iv.yK"{m4v fr" t-v���+f ������  LOUISE CHRISTENSEN, left, arid   organized by the  Sechelt  Ladies  Tove Jorgensen were among the 240   Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital,  persons who en joy ed the annual lunch  also a good event to bind the members  together as all working together they get  to know one another better.  VISITING AREA  Miss Sophia Smith, a former resident of  Greene pourt and Sechelt, has been  visiting friends in the area from her home  in Victoria.  ISABEL DAWSON  RECEIVES MASTERS DEGREE  Graduating after six years with a  Masters degree in Science, Isabel Dawson  specialized in Gerontology. Last year it  was her Batchelor of Arts in Victoria, this  year it was in Eugene, Oregon.  Isabel's thesis was on history of-ser-  vices for Senior Citizens in B.C. and was  declared g(xxi enough for a jtoctoral  dissertation, lids remarkable woman  deserves a lot of admiration for how she  lias continuedher education.   SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  NOTICE  The mid-month meeting of the Regional Board which normally  would be held on June 14,1979 has been CANCELLED.  The Planning Committee meeting will, be held on Thursday, June 28,  1979 at 7:30 p.m. In the District offices prior to the regular Regional  Hospital Board Meeting and the Regional Board meeting.  A. G. Pressley   : Secretary-TreasuFer-  the IGA or Taylors Garden Bay store  Classes start July 2 to 13 at Brightside  Resort. 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HOT STUFP ,   WHAT A FOOL BELIEVES   TRAGEDY.,   WHEELS OF LIFE   EVERYTIMEITHINKOFYOU,,..  DAYATHINKI'MSEXY   LOVE YOU INSIDE OUT    HAPPINESS   ���SHAKE VOURBODY*��,,,,��.�����  DANCER,   KIEPONDANCJNO   BANOAOONO       RHUMBAQIRL 1   CRAZYIOVB   ���l(OV4��T AKiB TIM8 �����r-��'-*w��'ir<.--r������--*  SHINE A LITTLE LOVE   ���  Elaine Futterman is joined by Irene  Blueth, Rosemarie McLean, Sanya.  Boutilier and Earl Carter for crafts and  they expect to keep the quality of crafts  high. The opening show will include the  pottery of Muriel Parfitt.  y -s   -, ~ .w^WWTu*^^usieal*A^ *  Last day for registration is June 16 at ���.crane-, Clarke Steabner, Joy Graham and";  Paul "Torvik have workshops in their  plans.  Performing arts committee of *Gerardo  Avila working with Mary Livingstone and  Mike Baecke plan programs in drama,  dance, mime poetry, films and anything  that relates to the performing arts.  The special events group with Keith  Wallace has Judy Gates, Donna Shugar,  Bob Peck and Judy Kelly already; making  ��� plans for the grand opening. After the  opening, other plans include lectures,  poetry and prose readings, video, films  and exhibitions of chlldrens art.       ,  The next Countryside Concert will be on  Father's Day, June 17 at Elphinstone  Secondary School when the Powell River  Boys Choir will perform. These twenty  singing boys have a great range from folk  music to classical and popular music to  please every taste.  DIRECTORS  Those with one year more to go on their  two year terms are Doris Crowston, Trudy  Small, VivlamChamberlain, Evette Kent,  Barbara Gough, Keith Wallace, Burril  Swartz, Susan Elek and Joan Foster.  Re-elected or elected were Clarke  .Steabner, Alan Crane, Elaine Futterman,  Rita Sober, Joy Graham, Donna Shugar  and Gerardo Avila. A total of sixteen  directors, this group will meet at an  executive meeting shortly and choose  their presiding officers.  Directors whose two year tepms ended  were Faye Birking and Ola Arnold.  Vivian Chamberlain reported on the  membership which stands at 200.  Western Lottery chairman Yvette Kent  was happy to have someone volunteer to  take over tho distribution of tickets as  Jack White so kindly did.  A motion that no smoking be allowed in  the building met with good response from  the crowd.  Entertainment was then provided by  Debbie Middleton, two-time winner at the  Music and Drama Festival for her dancing  prowess. Ethnic dance followed by a tap  dance were enjoyed by tho audience.  Winner of the music award, Mario Reiche,  demonstrated his talent on the accordion  ��������� very well.- - ->��� ��������� ��� �������������,< ������....,  A bountiful lunch was served with tea  and coffee by two good workers Trudy  Small and Lee Steabner, with members  providing the food.  GREENE COURT SPONSORS  The Sunshine Coast Senior Citizens*  Housing Society held their annual meeting  June 7 at the home of Norman and Marg  ���Burley.-"-""":-��� ������"���-'��������<-���������.-. .-..-.-.���-..  President Harold Nelson was In the  chair with Hilda Coskraon as secretary.  When annual reports were given, Ada  Dawe reported the housing committee was  ���iM��iwtll end SMggsstsd 4ke ����w> hetv  'rtH^w ^t^^Rs|lft|HBbTp^f^^|sW<��$PM'^^V4flP^pr4N^" #^i*P ^^n^MwMMfllfsV^rflffsw^lMp^^t^A (WsmPW^ ^y  Dewar and alltogreed. Macy Walker of the  admissions committee reported three  people moved out and throe moved in with  fourteen names on the list lor the new  buildings. More are desired In the event  SIXTY YEARS FOR THE NEWCOMBES  Tim and Jane Newcombe will have  been married for sixty years on June 18,  1979. They have been in Canada for that  length of time from St. Asphap, North  Wales, in 1919.  'Jane^says if just takes a little give and  take and seeing ��� the good side of  everybody, and anybody that knows the  Newcombes knows they live what they  believe.  A party in their honor is being held in  Vancouver by their family this week so  there will be more to report on when they  'return. "������ ������  MMMRMM  ���  CongftatuMtoftg  Q/tacfcf  * GREAT GIFTS IDEAS FOR THE GUYS .. .  ���Pewter Steins - can be engraved  ���Men's I.D. 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No matter what surface you wish to paint, or what finish you desire,  we have the right product and free expert advice for you!  r^^^^m'*^^*^*^^  MoorGard  latex house paint  Buy 1 Gallon  fbr��18.00r  Buy 2nd Gallon  for HALF PRICE  Moore's  HOUSE  PAINT  high gloss enamelizedi  Buy 1 Gallon  for '19.00,  Buy 2nd Gallon  for Half PRICE  <te  *&  MgJE  %I1VT  Ct>  MoorGlo  latex houso and mm paint  Buy 1 Gallon  forUa.OO,  Buy 2nd Gallon  for HALF PRICE  AC RENTALS  Building Supplies  Hwy 101 at Francis Peninsula Road  883-2585  SALE STARTS JUNE 13th  "*r*���"*  t nsv��**M&sw-v^ w*A*^^s*��s)��ii^.^  \ ���.(������-  A  The Creek runoff  bdss^of crtoridmark  By Jeanie Norton, 886-9609  Boys Choir at Elphie Sunday  The next of the Countryside Concerts  series featuring the Powell River Boys  Choir will get under way at 2 p.m. Sunday  in the Elphinstone School auditorium with  $2.50 admission for adults and $1.50 for  students.  The Boys Choir was formed in 1975  Tindertheleadership-of-Ken-Peterson-and-  Don James. Its purpose as a self-  sustaining organization "is to offer the  opportunity for training in choral singing  to boys wishing to develop their musical  talent either for personal enrichment, or  as a step toward a performing arts career.  The boys are between the ages of 7 and  15 and are instructed in vocal production,  ear training, theory, of music and stage  deportment. They rehearse 3 to 5 hours  every week, and perform several times  each month. The boys sing frequently in  churqhes, hospitals, schools and theatres  and appear annually in festivals and on  -television. i   extending from Gregorian chants to  novelty tunes, from Renaissance motets to  folk melodies, from traditional hymns, to  madrigals and from gospel songs pto  medieval rounds. Ensembles and solos are  presented in addition to the full choir of  twenty-two voices. Each member of the  choir projects that rare quality of the boy's  A towering inferno it wasn't but the fire  that razed the old brown house on the  corner across from Seaview Market a  week ago Monday night was quite a  spectacle. Not to worry though ��� the ever-  ready Roberts Creek Volunteer Fire  Department was on the spot and proved  more than competent to handle the task.  And the"terch", in the parlance of arsonists, was caught redhanded. It was  . none.other than Sharon Kraus, the fire  chiefs wife.  Gl��rffid"aTOi^ed"'swSe^weeW^6^'  give his firefighters some practice while  performing a demolition service for the  new owners of the property. They sri  restauranteurs from Vancouver who are  reportedly^lanningYto~build--a-small-  structure and serve good food at  reasonable prices sometime in the fall.  .Some competition for your ham sandwiches, Marlene!  LOG SPILL  A second and more real calamity of the  week was the log spill off the mouth of the  Creek that same night. The tug pulling a  boom which was estimated by expert  onlookers as worth close to $1 million got  caught in rough seas. Residents of the  Creek were treated to a demonstration,of  real beachcombers in action as salvagers  worked long and hard all week to retrieve  the logs washed ashore .and maneouver  them back to their boom. No time for  nouncing  registration  details  for  the  program.  COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MEETING  The last Community Association  meeting before the summer break will be  held next Wednesday, June 20 at 8 p.m. at  the Community Hall.  RED SAILS IN THE SUNSET  Evea landlubbers appreciate the  beauty; of a sailboat before the'wind and  especially pretty are the red sails of the  Mirror Dinghies. Kim Davies.is���hoIdjng__  his annual regatta of the miniature craft  this weekend just off the "sandy beach".  So take a stroll down and don't forget your  camera!  JTOJtTHE RECORD  The Roberts" Creek" lAdies~Softball  Team met aM exceeded all reasonable  expectations for their weekend at the  Squamish tournament. Their hopes for one  win were fulfilled in their Saturday  morning match against ��a team from  Shawnigan Lake and they then went on to  play tight games against teams that  eventually made it to the quarter-finals  and semi-finals. Our ladies made a  creditable showing and can justifiably be  pleased with their performance in this  high calibre-ball. _. :���  P.S. Happy Father's Day!   <r--'-7i  We have more seagulls and quite a few  artistically glazed vases from Mrs.  Whaites' kilns, a lovely array of colors for  all to see. Can you resist buying one or  two? ��� Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  SECHELT ROD & GUN  SEAFOOD BANQUET  AT  SECHELT ROD & GUN CLUB  SUNDAY, JUNE 17 - 5 P.M.  Trap Shoot starts at 1 p.m. "-  Tickets at C&S Sales or phone 885-9858  Last year the choir produced its first  album "0 Come Let Us Sing" and toured  in Western Canada. This summer the choir  will be visiting the National Capital and  will present several concerts in the  province of Quebec  The choir offers a wide repertoire,  VOLKERKAEAALING  GOVERNMENT LICENSED  SUNSHINE COAST PEST CONTROL LTD.  *Pre-Treatment of Buildings Under Construction  * For guaranteed control of Carpenter Ants, Rodents, Skunks and  other Pests. ^h>       vfc��/  MADEIRA PARK, B.C. ^T* /?\^ 883-2531  SMALL WOOD RESOURCES  '7te Wdtl"  ALSO OPENJATURjC^YS^.,,,,,,,.,..J|^  11 AM-2.PM ,;:   J- ���<$  *Rough Lumber Hogging * Cutting *Thlnrting  Reid Road 885-2455  voice which promises to. create a most  pleasant afternoon for their audience.  MORE ABOUT ...  ��� Building boom  ���From Page A-l  show what is intended for the land once it  is rezoned, he said.   '  The building is expected to be constructed in phases oyer five years and will  possibly include retail stores, offices,  theatre, restaurants and apartments.  The nine acres, including the one acre  for the joint-use facility, borders on  Cowrie and Teredo Streets and Shorncliffe  Ave. Along these streets, the owners will  leave a buffer zone on through a restrictive covenant or by deeding an approximately-203lWoot=wlde strip of-  existing trees to the village for a park. A  trail along the buffer zone is also planned.  Killam ended his presentation saying -  he and the others feel, "C-l is the only  logical use of this land; that because of the  future road plans, neither single family or  high density housing are suitable;'-' > ���; *  Also, "thisTls-a^tufal'ext^isioft'of;  existing C-l area," he said.  "The community needs additional  developable commercial area, especially  in large blocks such as this in order to  facilitate a first-class retail complex."    ,  J  JUSTAPHONECALLDOESITALL!  ITS THE QUICK AND EFFECTIVE WAY TO REACH BUYERS!-  CALL  The Peninsula  ^Jjmek 885-3231  autographs from these feTlowsTthooghras-  they worked against time and the tides.  DAZE ROLLING ALONG  It was evident at the meeting last  Wednesday evening that plans for this  year's Roberts Creek Daze on July 13,14  and 15 are well in hand. Over 30 people,  attended the meeting with a nice mix of  the "old hands" with their experience  from last year and a large group of willing  and enthusiastic new volunteers. This  year's celebration looks to be bigger and  better than ever.  The Sunshine Coast Golf and Country  Club are considering a tournament to be  held in conjunction with the Daze.  Imagine,-the first Roberts Creek Daze  Open. We may make the PGA circuit yet!  Tickets for the "super prize" Roberts  Creek Daze-Raffle are on sale now. With-  - prizes like a trip-for two with-TyeeAir-  they're a bargain at two for $1. Watch for  someone waving a red or green booklet or  pick them up at the Seaview Market.  Hey, all you frustrated Dlie Nastases or1  Chrissie Everts out there! What you need  is an official Roberts Creek Daze sun  visor. Th��y*reobnly^$2i50" at Seaview  Market, they^come ih all colours, and  they're hand-lettered, so if you put in your  order now you can get whatever you want  (within the bounds of decency) written on  them. It's a great promotional idea for  businesses. Seaview has provided their  staff ��� how about SuperValu, Blaine?  What's getting you hot under the collar  this year? The Creek was rife with issues  (like garbage) last year but the street  theatre is having trouble coming.up with a  target for this year's production. Any  ��� ideas for a villain of the piece? Call Judy  Fitzgerald&.t 885-5059.  S.Y.S. - SAVE YOUR SALMQN  Terri HansonrlSsHf salmon barbecue  all organized for the Daze but she's having  trouble getting a line (sorry!) on some  fish.. They don't need a lot ~ 50 pounds or  so would probably do it. What noble  fisherman out there will share the wealth  and donate a couple?  How are the soapboxes coming along?  We're told the Roberts Creek Volunteer  Fire Department are planning an entry  and will challenge the other departments.  And rumour has it that the- Peninsula  Times has a hot one on the drawing board.  ��� How about you, Coast News?  SPORTS DAY - FUN DAY  Sports Day at Roberts Creek  Elementary ls more than just a track  meet. Oh, there are the usual running and  jumping events for the athletically inclined but there are also the dress-up  races, water races, and balloon races to  give the non-jocks a chance to participate.  Everyone's welcome ��� there's a tiny tot  race and a senior citizens race. So even if  you don't have kids at the school, and  absolutely if you do, drop by and join In  this Friday. The day starts at 0:30 with  the parade of bikes.  SORRY, SHELLEY  There was an error In last week's  column about' the results from the  Provincial Track and Flold Championships at Richmond ��� Shelley  Brongers was 13th in 3000 metre. Okay,  Shelley?  NEW STAFF  School may be almost ovor for tho year  but plans have to be made for next year.  Roberts Creek Elementary will retain  moat of its excellent staff with Eleanor  Parker taking on tho added duties of  librarian. Jamie Davidson is going on  leave for a year and Dlnnno tim will be  taking the Grade 1 class. Dianno cornea  with excellent recommendations from  Gibsons Elementary where sho has been  teaching for tho last three years, and  parents with 12 and 18 year \ olds will  remember when she previously taught  Grade 1 in Roberts Creek.  SUMMER FUN  Wendy EccIob has been appointed  cwiwaurofthe^  to bet^onsored by the Parents Auxiliary  at Roberts Creek Elementary in July ond  August. Wendy brings the benefit of her  previous experience at the Wilson Creek  Day Care Centre nnd will noon be an-  REBATE  Now through June 30th with the purchase of any  Speed Queen Automatic Washer and full size Dryer pair  you will receive a $50 Factory Authorized Rebate,. And  with the purchase of any Speed Queen Automatic Washer  or full size Dryer purchase separately you will receive a  $25 Factory Authorized Rebate.  Queen  with  jllRmxrnlg:  &k Lifetime /jjj^s  *J Stainlessxs^r  oneei  parts  ^lacort***  (AT PARTICIPATING DEALERS ONLY)  MGGRAWHEDISON  Speed Queen  20" SPECTRUM  COLOR T.V.  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' 7 The- purpose of the meetings, says  chairman Neil McDairmid, is to give the  task force the opportunity to hear, firsthand, the public's opinions on the  operation of motor vehicles and related  laws and practices.  "We are not interested in individual,  court cases, and traffic violations," said  McDiarmid. "What we are hoping to'  obtain are the thoughtful observations of  individuals of all ages and walks of life.  "If we. are to reform the law and improve our procedures, we must do so in a  manner that is meaningful at the street  level," he said.  In this part of its study, the task force  will examine'velucle and highway safety,-  driver education, law enforcement and.  administrative procedures. Special attention will be given to co-ordinating  operations of ministries and agencies  connected with motor vehicle law' and to  the prospect of combining all laws  governing the operation of vehicles into ,  one provincial statute.  -  Specifically, the task force will look at:  ��� all provincial legislation relating to  motor vehicles, including commercial  transport, liquor control, licensing and so  on,-'  ��� delineation of roles of ICBC and the  Motor Vehicles Branch, ��� all municipal  bylaws dealing with traffic matters, j-i  'juvenile drivers, ��� decriminalizing  ,driving offences, ��� breathalyzer  legislation, alcohol limits, and drinking  age, ��� driver education.  In its interim report, released March  15,k the task force rwommended thaf  driving while under suspension be made a  "provincial- offence-punishable-��by=*=  mandatory jail term. ,  ; -The report, issued jointly by Attorney-  General Garde Gardom, Transportation,  >, Communications and Highways Minister,  Alex Fraser and the minister responsible  ��� for the Insurance. Corporation of British  ��� Columbia, Grace McCarthy, describes the  ���present procedure for processing traffic  offences as <'cumbersome and inef-  ; fective." It states that the system, as it  i exists, is "totally inappropriate for  : violators who show a flagrant disrespect  ; for: the law,"  In addition, the task force contends that  the present system lacks effective immediate impact oh bad "high point" drivers,  frustrates police, and wastes public time  and money.  , It recommends that high-point drivers  and drivers convicted of serious driving  offences, who fail to pay their fines be  ^incarceratecT aSd/Talls~f6r~an intensive'  campaign to encourage better driving  ^habits4n^B.C.        ^         ���*""  It recommends, as well, that there be  no Court appearance for minor breaches  of the law which constitute the majority of  traffic violations, and that the. Court  Referee system.be expanded to include  traffic adjudicators to hear ticket  disputes. ; 7��� . 7  ���" -In addition, the Task Force recommends expanding the police computer  information system to; provide a more  effective means of identifying high-point  drivers at the roadside., ���   >  Other recommendations include: ��� the  implementation of the concept of deemed  notice to drivers whose licences have been  suspended (mailing of the notice of  - suspension will be considered sufficient to  prove suspension), ��� Motor Vehicle  Branch and police information systems be  upgraded as soon as possible, ��� ICBC  penalty point premiums be abolished, ���  an extensive information program be used'  to explain the new system.  work of the committee and stressed the  importance of the public contribution to  the Task Force's study.  "When I set up the Task Force in July  of 1978,1 invited public input. Since then  we have received over 300 letters and  briefs from all over the province, many of  them containing excellent and thoughtful  suggestions.  "I believe all British Columbians are  reaching the conclusion that it is a  privilege not a right, to possess a driver's  licence and, that responsibility and  maturity must go along with its; use," he  said. _  Advertising;^  helps you judge,  good frotirbadr  -In-releasingtherepbrtnnVAttorney-  General said he was most pleaded with the  CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORY BOARD  CBC  Handlogging  ���%.. .���->.,  AM RADIO    Thursday: People in Landscape 21M  p.m. Handlogging in B.C. before World  War I.  Friday: Mariner's Compass 2:04 p.m.  Stories of former sea captains from Nova  Scotia as told to Neil Copeland.  Saturday: The Hornby Collection 8:05  p.m. One Made Free, a ply by Eric Green  based on the true story of one of the first  American slaves to escape to Canada.  Sunday: CBC Stage 1:05 p.m. What  Every Woman Knows by J.M. Banie, a  comedy of marriage and manners.  Celebration 9:05 p.m. Now and at the  Hour of our Death, readings and motets  for the Feast of the Blessed Virgin Mary.  FM RADIO  Saturday: Signature 7:05 p.m. Part I  Written and Directed by . . . interviews  withfilm writers- directors. Part II profile  rof baUeriha Martffie^n Hamel."  Sunday:: Celebration 10:05 p.m. Part I  Caedmon, an imaginative study of the first  English poet. Part II, Antiphons of the  Venerable Bede, a work for voice and  organ by Derek Holman. Part HI, two 15th  century lyrics arranged bg John, Reaves  for soprano,- flute* viola: and-MrpTi fjjv."  TELEVISION *    . ;   J*,  Thursday 9 p.m. Edward/the King, the  story of Edward VH's life, first of a 13-part  series.  Saturday noon: Sportsweekend U.S.  open Golf Championship. Queen's Plate  trials; Major League Baseball 4:30 p.m.  Expos play Houston Astros.  Sunday: Peanuts Special Charlie  Brown turns his talents to football and  romance.  For the Record 9 p.m. Certain Practices conflict between doctors with different philosophies;  All Creatures Great and Small 10 p.m.  Out of Practise,  Monday 10:30 p.m. This Land, People of  the Labrador Peninsula.  Tuesday 8:30 p.m. The Rare Breed  Lean Men Fat Cattle.  CBC Film Festlyal 9 p.m. The Clown  Murderers, a suspense thriller.  "Don't sell  B.C. short"  Tourism B.C. is taking concerted action  to ensure that U.S. travellers are "fully  aware" there is no gasoline shortage in the  province, Tourism and Small Business  Development Minister Elwood Veitch  says.  Veitch said his ministry has sent a  message, "Don't Sell British Columbia  Short", to 16,000 travel agents and  members of the American Automobile  Association. ���  The direct-mall piece states three  reasons why U.S. travellers should consider B.C. as their'vacation destination  this year: there is no gasoline shortage in  B.C!) the Canadian dollar ls down, which  means tfiatthe U.S. dollar Is worth'from  ' 15 to 18 per cent more in Canada; and new  U.S. customs regulations allow an increase In the value of duty-free goods U.S.  residents can take home.  Elaborating on the latter point, Veitch  said U.S. visitors staying less than 48  hours can now each take home $25 worth of  goods, an increase of $10, while after 48  hours it becomes $300 per person, up by  $200.  In addition, the new rules allow  families to pool their duty free exemptions.  The minister said TourUm B.C.'g  present advertising campaign in travel  trade publications has been amended to  Include the message contained in the  mailer,  "W��|have also increased the frequency  of our ads in Oregon, Idaho and  Washington states to attract residents of  ihtam atatet whowero originally planning  to visit B.C. Instead.   ''The   gas   shortage., problem.. In  California should now work to our advantage," the minister said.  ii  After you apply for your five free BCRIC shares, you're also eligible to  purchase additional shares in the British Columbia Resources Investment  Corporation.  But the deadline is ]une 15th.  ���\i  Until June 15th, the price for purchased shares is $6 per, share. As  few as 5 ($30) and as many as 5,0()0  ($30,000) may be purchased for  each, eligible British Columbian.  Shares can be purchased through  any bank, credit union, investment dealer or trust company. But  remember the June 15th deadline.  I  British Columbia Resources Investment Corporation  2600 -1177 West Hastings 'Street," Vancouver, B.C. V6E 3Y3  Telephone: (604) 687-2600  Sunshine Coast Credit Union  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Tel: 885-3255~        ~���;  Apply NOW for your  B.C. Resources  Investment Shares.  / r  PageA-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, June 13,1979  ���\-  INTRODUCES  -it-  GC748  Htttyirut nn nflsWsitfiuLijuu  UMrrePTiME  ONLY!  SAVE  l_x_&_%_______m___tm^  GC744  GC704  GC702  wa  V#  7,,,,^^, ^  s>^  YOUR CHOICE pFSTyLES!  Four super XL-100 performers, Including  Mediterranean and Colonial styles ,.. each  marked down way below regular price!  ��� 100% solid-state XtendedLlfe chassis  averages only 89 watts power  consumption.  ��� Automatic Color Control and Fleshtone  Correction.  ��� Super AccuColor black matrix picture  tube.  ��� Automatic Fine Tuning.  ��� SlgnaLock electronic single-knob  VHF/UHF Tuning.  ^T^~j~^~^  GC708  RCASTOP OF THE LINE!  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Because we've got to make room  for new models, we're offering you reductions of up to $75.00  on factory-fresh, regular-catalogue-line ColorTrak and XL-100  consoles in a wide choice of styles. But quantities are limited,  r ^w    and it's first-come, first-served ��� so hurry in to your  Afo\_4 participating RCA dealer for best selection.  ^TW20"XL-100  ; TABLE MODELS!  A value-packed  20" XWOOt... now  priced even lower!  ��� XtendedLlfe chassis  (69 watts average)  ��� SuperAccuLlne picture  tube  ��� Automatic Fine Tuning  ��� 100% solid-state UHF  and VHF tuners  Cjv^'****W.7'77  <^***:*iViS88<j&_'' :���'.  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Graham Craig and Larry and Ruth  Moore are the new owners of Sechelt  Agencies Ltd. Real Estate.  Graham Craig is a Notary Public and  has had many years of Real Estate ex-.  Does Your Club or Group  Report Its Activities  Regularly to The 'Times'  perience.  Ruth is active in Real Estate, while  Larry has just received his licence and has  been a building contractor on the Coast for  the past five years.  They and,their staff look forward to  .serving the Sunshine Coast's Real Estate  needs. ��� ���    v  Little "Daily Reminders" and  "Travel" note books expected very soon.  ��� Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  AUMOON INN  & SERVICES        885-5500  ���WE HAVE GAS & DIESEL  PUMPS & TOW TRUCK SERVICE.  * RESTAURANT OPEN  TUESDAYS. SUNDAYS  LUNCH: 11:30-1:30 p.m.   DINNER: 4:30-10 p.m.  $6.00 Adulti  SMORGASBORD: FRL, SAT., SUN.    $3.00 chlldr.n und.r 12  Tho Clarkiom ��� B mllo�� north of Socholt- Hiway 101.  ���Sal  SUNCOAST AGENCIES LTD  (Formerly Charles English Insurance Agencies)  GENERAL INSURANCE  ���Residential ���Commercial  ���Mobile Homes        ���Travel & Medical  ARNE T. PETTERSEN  NOTARY PUBLIC  ���Conveyancing ���Wills  ���ARNE T, PETTERSEN  ���EILEEN KINNE  ��� CHARLIES ENGLISH  SUNCOAST AGENCIES  H^^#^^*��MWK*��(Mt*  Sunnycrest Centre/  R.R. 2, Gibsons  '**tTDr  1 w!^��SS--"*��'*HJ*S,H>'l*i*M*il7-  886-8212  THE CHILDREN deserve all the  praise for their enthusiasm, Pauline,  Lawson, front, says. Children? of fttrv  Mostovich's   class   at  Langdale'  JlSl^inentary have,0been. painti^~|j~. -  rmuiral, wifii background, designed byv  Mrs. Lawson, since end of April.  When the children aren't painting*  Mrs. Lawson and new recruit.���: her  Aunt   Edna  Blair   from   Leeds,  England ��� add a few touches when  they can.  Police news  Vandalism and thefts occupied Sechelt  RCMP last week while small crime in  Gibsons was minimal.  Flares were sighted off Roberts Creek  beach about 8 p.m. last Thursday. A  boater with engine problems was towed in  when another boater investigated.  A Volkswagen stolen from the Gower  Point area last Wednesday was recovered  the same day about one mile away.  A local juvenile was apprehended in  Radio Shack's warehouse behind Sechelt  Agencies after police investigated an  alarm.  A number of items were stolen from a  residence in the Tillicum Bay area as the  inhabitants were moving June 5.  The persons returned to the property to  find the items they had left on a table were  missing. Stolen were a five-foot wooden  stepladder, a Slazenger Queen's Tournament tennis raquet with the initials  G.A.P., and a red styrofoam cooler containing pieces of crystal.  A 32, foot gill-netter reported stolen  from the Madeira Park government wharf  June 5 was recovered the same morning  on the beach in Garden Bay.  A window near the servico entrance of  the old bus depot was reported broken  Juno 5. Also reported June 5 were windows  broken at a house behind the Village  Restaurant.  Two life Jackets and two paddles were  stolen from a 30 foot glllnettcr moored at  Madeira Park government wharf, it was  reported June 5,  Antique auto parts and a blower gun for  an oil furnace were stolen from tho back of  a trailer at Lily Lake, roported-ulso June 5.  A small white plywood skiff was stolen  in a break-in to a log cabin at Clowholm  Lake a few weeks ago, Plywood boarding  up the cabin was ripped off the window to  gain entry. Stolen from outside tho cabin  wore 15 to 20 sheets of %-inch plywood.  A Juvenile was apprehended at Copping  Car Town after a rock was thrown through  the window of the building Juno 2.  An eight foot by eight foot window of tho  Village Restaurant was broken; it wtfs  reported June 2. A beer bottle was found  smashed inside the restaurant.  Desplto efforts by police and teachers  to prevent it, spray-painting of buildings  -tlmlnirfratfaiMOTTO  Principal Tom Rothney of Pender Harbour Secondary School reported tho school  was painted sometime over the June K1  weekend/  * HOODED ROTARY  BARBECUES  With Spit  $4995  * CONCRETE  BARBECUES <69"  Cedar, Unassembled *3&s  h  r*        5+      *    .A  ��� CEDAR LAWN CHAIRS  Web Type Unassembled-  '    3   r .  ��� LAWN  CHAIRS  $1099  �� tfS '*59  101*2*  LESTfi��&&  IDEAS rOR  ir "f*.  ���/    i~f  *r**ft,rM  "s.  3/4 HP BEST 22.000 RPM,  ROUTER   *CC9S  'V,t\^7  V  718004 VALUE-PLUS  (3/8") 10 mm  VARIABLE SPEEDS  DRILL &<)<I95  7580-04 BEST  Variable) Sp����d  JIG SAW  $2995  '���"���ii;  WE HAVE LOTS  MORE POWER  TOOLS TO  CHOOSE FROM.  ���  5738 VALUE-PLUS  (7%")184mm ^  CIRCULAR   $^A95  SAW &9  :     JJ  VISA  /  688-6814     andw  GIBSONS  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  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Subscription Rates:  One Insertion $2.15-  _    ,._���. r  ^m^-^-t r- ��� ������THi\���By-Mail^   ^re-ernTe7r,ons         ��0    Loeq| ArM   Extra Lmes (4 words) .. 60c    0ot$,de Loca| Area ^      Jf  Display Ad-Br.efs ��� $ A %%QM J,  Box Numbers $1.00 extra    s���nIor atilenf#  Legal or Reader advertising 30c        Local Area $6.00  per agate line. Single Copies 20c ea  Help Wanted  "Rear Estate  Mobile Homes  Boats arid Engines       Livestock  For Sale  EXP'D WAITRESS needed,  apply in person. Lord Jim's  Lodge. 885-2232.  1225-30  BACKHOE   , OPERATOR.  Exp'd  on  Case   580-B's  preference given to 2 or 3 yrs.  experienced. 885-3853. 1130-tfn  DISC JOCKEY, Monday  through Saturday. Apply in  person, The Cellar, Powell  River, 9:30 pm-10:30 pm or  phone 483-3331. . 172-29         .XFJlSETJPRESSMAN-foi^T-���2.BDR]^end1xModulMvNo^  unit Goss Community for a       6,. Tsawcome   Properties,  well  established  firm  on    For info. ph. 885-3947.   1213-29  Vancouver Island. Apply to  LOT 24 & 25,'Wildwood Rd,  Redrooffs area. Before they  go, to agent, $6800 & $7300.723-  7547. 1226-30  CLEAN fully furn'd 2 bdrm  house, waterfront, Davis  Bay. Avail. .Sept. 79-June 80.  $280 per mo. 885-3310.    1276-30  MODERN APT. for rent w-  view, w-w, fridge,  stove.  886-2417, toll free 922-2017.  1286-30  2 BDRM 10 x 55 mobile home  w. 8 x 30 sundeck, w-w  carpet, livingrm & kitchen w.  wall oven, Countertop burners, fridge & double sink.  Plumb, for auto, washer in  bathrm, blt-in drawers in both  bdrms,., vanity in larger. Oil  ;barrel$ & stands, etc. $6,000.  885-3398. 1331-31  CONVERTIBLE boat or box  trailer. Box size 6'x8%*.  Single axle, $200.886-3094.  1354-31  THORNE14'. aluminum boat.  Best offer. 883-2640.   1334-29  HORSESHOEING,    exper'd.  Farrier, Warren Drader  available, 886-2977.    .4864-30  Machinery  LET'S TRADE  APPLIANCES NOW  ONNEWHOTPOINT  AT MACI<EODS, SECHELT.  1339-31  Gomox-District-Free-^ess^-BY=^WNER^--Pender==Iiap--  Announcements  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous  Meeting, every Thurs., 8:30  pm, Wilson Creek Community  Hall. 885-2896 or 885-3394. 4816-  tf  Personal  CRAFTS  terested  PEOPLE!  in  a  booth  In-  for  SENIOR PERSON who wants  to share permanently  waterfront home. Have sufficient privacy - but not lonely.  Box310M,Sechelt. . ..1210-tf  Work Wanted   "Roberts Creek Daze July 14??  Call Cindy Kirt at 886-9437.   1158 27  RAY SKELLY, Member of  Parliament, Comox-Powell  River,   R.R.  3,   Courtenay.  Gibsons-886-7744.        1227-31  KRISTY GOODWIN announces the arrival of her new  8 lb. 15 oz. baby sister Sandra  Leah, born June 6th at St.  Mary's Hospital. Proud  parents are Paul & Wendy  Goodwin of West Sechelt.  Grandparents: Jack &  Jeannie Mercer, Secret Cove  and Mrs. Lillian Goodwin, '  Vancouver. 1343-29  ROBERTS CREEK Community Assoc, monthly  meeting, June 20,8 p.m., Hall.      -1344-30  Card of Thanks  THE JIM REID family would  like to thank the Garden Bay  & Madeira Park Fire Dents.  Thanks also to Garden Bay  Hotel & friends, relatives &  neighbors for their help.  _,  1350-29 .  Personal  INCORPORATE yourself -  fast - over the tlephone. Our  forms and typing services are  lawyer approved Call Self-  Counsel Services toll free  (112) 800-663-3035. Chargex  and Mastercharge approved.  4324-tfn  WOMAN. IN   West  Sechelt  needs ride to 7:45 a.m. ferry  Moh.-Fri. July 2-Aug. 10. Will  pay expenses. 885-2771.1355-31  DISCERNING ADULTS shop  discreetly send $3 for our  latest catalogues of marital  aids and lingerie. Direct  Action Marketing INC: Dept.  YK. Box 3268, Vancouver,  B.C.V6B3X9. 32  DIVORCE! $100 Plus Filing  Fees ��� Obtain your uncontested divorce - fast - over  the telephone. Our forms and  typing . ervlces are lawyer  approved. Call Self-Counsel  Services toll free (112) 800-663-  3035. Ghargex and Master-  charge accepted.        4325-tfn  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES LTD.  Let us care for your  needs:    L1  -Topping  -Falling  -Limbing  Insured work  "Our reputation  speaks for itself"  ph. 885-2109  Courtenay, B.C. V9N5N3.  1306-29  FOR DEALERSHIP in. the  Sunny Cariboo urgently  requires competent journeyman Mechanics. Top  wages and benefits. Call or  write Service. Manager Lake  City Ford, 715 Oliver,  Williams Lake 392-4455. 1308-  29  FULL TIME experience cook.  ���Apply Husky House  -RestaurantrBor659,-Osoyoosr  B.C. V0H1V0. Phone 495-2211.  29  tree  3283-tf  THUNDER PAINTING  Interior & Exterior  professional work at  reasonable rates  Free Estimates    >  5 years on the coast  885-3301 & 886-7619-       -  3861-tf  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  WINDOW CLEANING  Hourly or Contract  free estimates  885-5735 mornings  3527-tf  REAL ESTATE*  Licence, seeks  '.gent B.C.  opportunity  leading to Nominee-Manager.  Small-Medium office in small  town preferred. All proposals  considered-answered. Details  to Box 145, BCYCNA, 808-207  West Hastings, Vancouver.  B.C.V6B1H7. 1305-29  COMMERCE AND Industrial  Education teachers  required for the G.M. Dawson  Secondary School in Masset,  and the Queen ' Charlotte  Elementary Secondary School  in Queen Charlotte City, B.C.  These are continuing appointments. Applications  should be sent to Mr. W.  Roper. Director of Instruction, Box 69, Queen  Charlotte City, B.C. VOT ISO.  Telephone Enquiries are  welcome at 559-4491.     1316-29  Wanted to Rent  APARTMENT required by  Ontario couple, July 1.1 or 2  bdrm, unfurn'd,- Gibsons--  Sechelt area. Will supply ref's  & 1st months rent (certified).  Pis. reply to Mark Gebel, 52  William St, Waterloo, Ont.  1244-30  3 BDRM house, Pender to  Sechelt, 1 yr. lease. 883-9398.  1283-30  2 BDRM HOUSE.   Roberts  Creek to Redrooffs area. 12  mos. rental. 885-3622.    1301-29  3 OR 4 BDRM house. Reliable.  Sechelt to Gibsons. Ph. 885-  5693. v    ���-,.,;        1330-31  HOUSEKEEPING ROOM or  board & room or small ste.  for mature, quiet, nonsmoking Tyee pilot. Fred, 885-  2214. 1333-19  2 BDRM COTTAGE on beach  if possible. 1st week July.  Collect, 921-9204. 1342-31  For Rent  HONEST RELIABLE woman A MOBILE HOMEjpad inWest  with two children desires  steady Live In Housekeeping  job in small town or country  home. Box 8561, c-o Chilliwack  Progress, 36 Spadlna Ave..  Chilliwack, B.C; 1312-29  LIGHT TRUCK for hire. Move  anything, anywhere.  Cheapest rates on Peninsula.  886-7545 bef. 10 a.m. or aft. 3  p.m. 1352-31  Sechelt. 885-2079.     4962-tfn  MAPLE CRESCENT Apartments. 1, 2 & 3 bdrm apts.  Reas. rent. Incl. heat,  cablevision, stove, fridge. 886-  8333 or apply Apt. No 104-B.  ��     4121-tfn  I  l  I  I  I  J,  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  3 lines for $2.15  Run your ad 3 times for the price of 2.  f'rlnl your ad In the iquortr  wok).  !)��� luro to laava a blank spom altar oach  Tluoo linos It $7,15, foci additional linn It 60c.  .aV. odvantag* ol our special savings,  ��� Run your ad twit* ��� th�� third tlm* ll Hit.  ' II you pay lor y> ir ad tho Saturday bofor* publication you g*t a  discount ��� 7 5c lor I Insertion ��� SOc lot 3.  Mall ui your od, or drop It ofli  In Ssnh��i| at tha P��nln��ulo Tlmoi Olllco  mm Ms* mm m m im mmm m vm ����� w m is* m m m m swim m m m  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  Bex 310 Sechelt, B.C.  V0N3A0  CLASSIFICATION  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  bour, 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 and family  rooms, games room in part  bsmt, ocean view, 2 patios,  1.33 acres. $110,000. Ph. R.  Small, 883-2212. 1173-29  EXCEPTIONALLY fine view  ���tot-in-West���Secheltr-On~  sewer. Ph'. 885-9796.     4724-tfn  $41,500-OCEAN VIEW  6 yr old 3 BR Gothic design,  landscaped lot, nice view of  Trail Islands.  Ph. Ross Gamble  112-274-5017  United Realty, 736-38?!  or 885-2047  1241-tf  WILDLIFE PARK at your  door at Anglemont. Some  choice view lots remaining.  Anglemont Estates away  from the traffic on the  Shuswap. Golf, tennis,  boating, swimming. Write for  free - inrormation.���Anglemont  Estates Ltd., PO Box 48,  Anglemont, B.C. VOE 1A0.  .    _12Bl-29__  2.9 TREED ACRES on Hwy..  101. Clean & comfortable  older 2 bdrm home. All large  rooms. Stove & fridge, w-w in  LR & 1 bdrm. Wired for w-d.  Drilled well. Carport. No  steps. Bus & mail at door. Ph.  886-2873. 1296-31  GIBSONS. 2 bdrm, by owner.  Beautiful view. Now renting  $200 mo. $29,900.885-3149.1297-  ''31' '.'  PRIVACY IN Sechelt Village.  100x260. Short walk to  beach,   stores   &   school,  $12,900,885-2087. 132W1  EXCELLENT LOT. 100x250  on Southwood Rd. $10,800,  terms avaiL 885-2838.   1332-31  BY OWNER, lovely 2 bdrm  home. Million dollar view.  Lge. living rm., Franklin FP  with brick backing. Built-in  stove & oven. In-law suite,  carport. Fruit trees & garden.  7 min. to ferry. 886-7907. 1336-  31  3 BDRM HOME with view/  West  Sechelt,   $290  per  month. Avail. June 15. 485-  5387. ^ 36fc31  Business Opportunities  ��� i   NOW LOCAL Amway  distributor offers opportunity for good earnings.  You pick the hours, we assist.  For appt, call Paul Morris,  926-0807. 3918-tf  14 UNITS PLUS 3 bdrm living  quarters very clean Lower  Mainland. Good Revenue  Accept trades A real beauty  Cottonwood Realty Ltd. Mac  792-3901 or 858-9411,  Chilliwack, B.C. 1310-29  SCHEER ENERGY  Development Corp.: 1st  Public offering 250,000 shares  at 30 cents per share. For  more Information and n copy  of the Company Prospectus  write 808 - 409 Granville St.,  Van.B.C.V6ClT2.       1315-20  T  15  \  >2  60  60  6C  Nam*  Addraii  **'*tPIi <WMP#i. v  Sechelt R.V.  SALES LTD.  Wharf Stroet,  Acrott from legion  * 1979 Raised roof, GMC, Self  contained van $15,750.00  * 1975 Westfolla Camper Van,  spotless, 35,000 miles.  $7988.00.  * 18 1/2 ft. Motor Home, fully  self-contained, on GMC.  $18,495.00.  * -20-1/2 ft.- Motor Home on  GMC. $21,985.00.  CAMPERS  from 8" to 10 1/2'  * 1 ��� Used Security Camper for  Import truck. $895.00  1  - Used  Security   10 ft.  Camper. $3995.00.  LOTS MORE TO CHOOSE  FROMI  MDL 6266  *BOAT MOVINQ  "MARINE WAYS  *CERT. MECHANIC^  "WELDING  ���FIBERGLASS REPAIRS  GARDEN BAY  MARINE  SERVICES LTD.  Sinclair Day Rd.  883-2722  KOK  HUNTs   Wilson. Crovk  Community Hall and Scout  Hall. Call Mabel Dooley at 885-  0804. 3691-tf  SECLUDED waterfront ac-  , commodatlon for last week  in June & month of August.  Ref's. Gordon Agencies Ltd.,  885-2013, eves. 883-0365.1251-30  DUPLEX, 2 BDRM. Pino Rd.,  Gibsons, $215 per mo. 886-  2069. 1317-29  2 BDRM FURN, easy access  to ocean, view, weekly or  yearly lease. 885-3509.   1326-31  Real Estate  NEAR NEW - 3 bdrm 1000 sq  ft, sundeck, carports, w-w  carpets, big bright kitchen w-  fridge and stove, drapes incl.  situated on quiet no-thru  2nd bouse, green - color on  MabirRafw Field Rd. in  Wilson Creek. Appraisal value  DRIVE-IN THEATRE  Reduced for quick sale in  expanding Houston. Lots  room for expansion on lOVii  acres, Also small house on  Pr��6$#y-For Information call  845-2365 or 845-2391.      1311-20  Mobile Homes  CLEAN 3 BDRM Port Royal  12* 60'. Completely mobile  with wheels* some appliances.  Asking only $10,800. Jack  Noble, 883-2701. H.D. (Jordon  Agencies Ltd., 805-2013. 1040-  tfn  20x57' REX DW homo. 5 appliances,  carpets, drapes.  OTO .$18,000 must be moved,  excellent condition.  112-888-  . 6611.             U85-29  ���74. 12x68  SAFEWAY,   3  A��ki   i ^LvFBkJSu1 con(,,  ^r���fmm~mmwii&mQji>^pwtilm</MmQ&&jii ^PbIbWIf'TbFtWWIN^ "^'' "^HP^������^|^'," "i'  J9 __ _( __  12x64  UNITED  MOBILE  FOR SALE  REBUILT ENGINES  * 6V53  Overhaultd   Marine  * Uiod 6 cyl, Diesel Marine  * 453 Detroit Diesel  PENDER HARBOUR  DIESEL LTD.  Hwy 101, Pender Harbour  883-2616  FOR SALE  GRENFELL  21 Footer  ;��� A real classy boat only sjx  ever built ��� New Pacer  Marine Inboard V-S Engine ���  Leather cockpits ���. 4 wheel  trailer.  Contact  De Wilt Really Ltd.  Sultesill-1200   W.Pender St.  Ph. 685-6461  STEEL PORTABLE sawmill,  overhauled, c-w 3-Block  carriage, feed-works, and  head-saw. 748-3507 Evenings.  1309-29  Lost  IF YOU enjoy gardening, do it  year-round, using an  aluminum and glass  greenhouse! Write . for free  brochure to: B.C. Greenhouse  Builders, 7323^th St., Burnaby, B.C. V3N 3L2.      1259-31  -CAMERA.-JQLYMEUS^ trip,  35mm, betwn Ruby Lake &  Halfmoon Bay. Reward.  Harding, 885-3131.        1324-29  GREEN LOVE se  "-GwdTbnd'nTp  Wanted to Bu^w-^  18" SHINGLE or 24" shake"  blocks to purchase on a 50-50  cutout basis. Contact Cornie,  885-9417 after 4:30 p.m.; Fred,  886-2284, 9-4. Timber marks  required. Cornel Sawmills,  Wilson Creek. 1101-tf  LOGS OR TIMBER wanted,  fir,   hemlock   or  cedar.  Porpoise Bay Logging Ltd.  885-9408 or 885-2032.       4485-tf  ^4L.CON&TRUCTION-traUerr  '76 12x68 Berkshire, 3 bdrm,  carpet, drapes, all appliances incl. washer & dryer.  Lge sundeck. Asking $15,000.  886-2706. 3913-tf  Campers and Trailers,  '748Ms' Cannonball Camper, 3-  way fridge, 3-brnr stove w-  oven, furnace, sink, dinette,  sips 4, hyd. jacks, as new,  _ $2700. Bob 885-3211 or 885-2503.    4896-tf  18 FT.   TRAVEL  trailer,  -Skylark.   Sips.���6. -Toilet,  fridge, stove. 883-2336. 1124-28  8 FT. OVERHEAD camper..  Ladder roof rack, jacks, tie  ��� down. Good cond. $1,800 obo.  886-7661. 1347-31  SCAMPER 20' trailer. Stove,  oven, fridge, toilet, awning.  .Complete. $3,000 firm. Can be  ���seen at Lowes Resort,  "Madeira Park. 1291-31  Boats and Engines  HEADWATER MARINA  LTD  Moorage and Marine Ways.  Down Narrows Road  8834406 24 hours  3826-tfn> 7 .:!������  25' BOAT, J-B, head, VHF,  CB,     recording   * depth  sounder, many extras. Van.  324-9544 or Pender 883-2322,  1177-29  I  L.  The Peninsula Times Classifieds   ! ����&= nh^nII^^  I   Make an offer. 245*7288 collect    Campsite, 885-5872, $8,000.  .MMMMMM.MMM.MMn--M.MHMMH..-MM   eves. 1221-31 T    iiia^i  1310-31    6  CATALINA 27* sailboat,  deluxe equipped, 3 sails,  VHF & RDF radio, all safety  equip't, dlhghy. $$2,000. 73&  2681 or 088-7405. 123KW  14' FIBREGLASS runabout,  brand new upholstery &  canvas top, plus Johnson 20 hp  outboard. A-l cond. $2000  cash, firm, Gordon, 886-7340.  1242-30  MOORAGE AVAILABLE  SecVetCovo  Sallboate. Houseboats  Small Boats  Long or Short Term  885-3818 Days  885-S583Eves  ��      1208-29  20�� "S^N^TER   Hardtop.  Galley pack, 165 Merc.  cruiser, low hrs. AM-FM  caaette w. trailer. 886-981Q aft.  1353-31  76 MERC 4.5 outboard, new  cond'n. $425. Ph. 885-3674.  1282-29  17%'  K&C  135  Evinrude.  Trailer, anchor, life jackets,  etc. 130 hrs. Both. $5,500 obo.  886-7673 aft. 4. 1292-31  16' .SANGSTER CRAFT Glass  bottom boat and trailer and  65 hp Merc OB. $650.885-9318.  1298-29  Cars and Trucks  '77 DATSUN 280Z, air cond.,  am-fm radio, reclining  bucket seats, 6 steel belted  radials. 28,000 mi. exc. cond.  886-9047. 1134-tfh  '69 FORD  100 pickup,  gd.  running' order,  $800.  S85-  3650. 4974-tfn  64 %T FLATBED, body in  good cond, mechanically  sound. 886-8378 after 6. 1-235-30  '73 VEGA with 4 spd, 57.883  mi. Needs body work. $650  obo. 885-3910 aft 6.    ; 1198-29  FOR SALE: '69 Ford pickup  % ton, $450.886-8342. 1302-29  '68  MUSTANG.  Very  nice  condition. 886-2069.  "1318-29  '65 VAIJIANT; Gd. battery,  gd. tires. 886-9578 aft. 5.  1323-29  '73 VEGA 4-spd. 55,0OGT mjles.  Good running cond. Needs  minor body work, Best offer.  Ph. after 4.885-3910.     1322-31  '72 CHEVELLE Malibu 2 dr.  HT. 350 turbo, 327 cu. in.  engine, headers, Quadra jet  carb, New paint Mags. Best  offer. 885-5047. 1325-29  MECHANIC'S SPECIAL. '69  Ford Galaxie 500. 2 dr., 390  V8 Engine, 4 new tires & new  rad. Runs but needs motor  work, $750.883-0913.     1335-31  '74 GMC VAN - V6, radials,  sunroof, vent, carpets, bed,  radial tires, AM-FM casette,  $3,200.885^779 after Six. 1349-  31  Motorcycles  KAWASAKI KH400, 1,300 ml.  Full    Richman    racing  ferring, excel, cond'n. $1000.  886-7963. 1203-29  66 NORTON CAFE racer now  Hl-PO      engine      new  everything. $800. 886-7673 aft.  4. 1293-31  HIGH PERFORMANCE  '78  Yamaha RD 400, 6000 km.  Ph. after 4.885-3910.     1321-31  SUPER   BUY   250   OSSA  Phantom MX $600. Firm or  trade for vehicle. 885-5631.  1337-29  Pets    WANTED: Part Manx kitten  for loving homo. 885-3732. 20  FREE KITTENS to  good  homo. 885-5339. 1341-29  REGISTERED   A1RDALE  ��upa, Champion sired,  ilpcd April 9th. Guaranteed $250 with papers and  shots. Keith and Shirley  Beglau,7511 No. 4 Road. Richmond, B.C. V8Y 2T4. Ph. 278-  0349. 1304-20  CHILD'S swing set, 885-3409.  1222-30  OLDER-TYPE     overstuffed  couch or chesterfield w-or  w-out matching chair in good  shape. Reasonable. 885-9829.  1277-30  ��� '50-'65 CHEV or GM pickup,  reas. good shape & running  cond. 885-9829. 1278-30  DOWN cleaned or uncleaned.  Please call 883-9043 7 1295-29  24" CEDAR RESAW shake  blockstopurchaseena50-50  cutout basis. Ph. 885-9494 or  885-2581. Timber marks req'd.  132(W9  USED   CHAINSAW.   Good  cond. Reas. 885-3231 days,  885-5059 eves. 1356-31  For Sale  LADIES, Mens. Childrens,  Maternity Clothing, 'New &  Nearly New'. Encore"  Boutique, 2445 Marine Dr., W.  Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon-Sat,  10-5; 1414 Lonsdale, N. Van..  980-8011. 4457-tf,  LUMBER: 2x4s - 10 ft; 2x6s -  20 ft; 3x8s - 60 ft; 2x10s - 45  ft. Ph. 522-3328. 3460-tf  ESTATE SALE. 4^ yr. old  12'* 48' Monarch trailer  located in Big Maple Park.  Mustbe sold, asking $8,500. To  view, calIB8i>95I3r~T299=3r  THE FOTOFUN Camera Lens  Show June 14, 15, and 16.  Lenses for all cameras and all  purposes. Special Sale Items.  Mail orders welcome.  FotoFun Camera, 405 West  Hastings, Vancouver, V6B  1L4.685-2517. 1307-29  Livestock  HORSESHOEING. Call Bob  Hopkins eves, 886-9470. 3300-  tfn  HALLMARK   Registered  Hftr?rf orfli i Mllng ** <mniitv  * fl^"*H lWPP ���i"S'''^B^Br^WSSJ|.^^B^^S^l^B^^B|flB^|S��BBJMBm^ ^.^SjpBJBP '!|H^PMil1|PVISa|lBW'w*  yearling heifers and bulls.  iieadyibWeed wa^swith  calves. Tom Hopkins. 4218  King    George    Highway,  Surrey, B.C, Phone W4-W68.  1115-20  tandem axles & wheels,  insulated, w-2 workbenches,  fluorescent lighting, $1500.  885-9563. .    1179-29  GARDEN PESTICIDES  & CHEMICALS  now sold at  MACLEODS  Sechelt .  4965-24  NEW KOMATSU   D31   (17  _ meterhrs.) crawler tractor,  ~6iwayhydrdozerrpower~shiftr  $40,500.  Trades  accepted.  Anglemont Estates Ltd., PO  Box 48, Anglemont, B_.C_._V0E  lA0,ph; 955-2211".      " 1269-29  12-STRING    guitar,    pure  maplewood. Exc. cond'n, 2  elec guitars and amp. 885-  3409. 1223-30  NEARLY NEW  baby  bear  Fisher stove. 885-2953. 1230-  30  1 LT COLORED shag carpet,  approx 8x11', $40; cabin size  _ oil space heater, c-w stand,  tank & approx 45 gal fuel, $75;  metal standing shower, $30; 2-  15" Altec Lansing bass  musical instru't speakers, 100  watts, $400.886-2945.     1237-30  6  ICE CASTLES LTD.  Party Ice,  Block Ice  For Evary Occasion  WE DELIVER  Minimum Order  Required  PHONE:  886-2641  AT LOWEST  COMPETITIVE PRICES  PAINT SALE COMING!  TO MACLODS, SECHELT  1340-30  ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES  incl. conduit, EMT connectors, wire, clamps, fuses,  main switches etc. '65 Galaxie  500 for parts: fridge, roof  rack�� In-Dox.tire mount etc.  885-2339. 1163-29  WIN. bolt-action .22 rifle;  Savago .308 calibre rifle;  Fender Bandmaster amplifier; 1056 Gibson elec  guitar; Coinmuster metal  detector. 885-3947.        1212-29  PCE beige contemp style  sectional   Danish   modern  style teak dining rm suite w-2  leaves. 885-5767. 1243-30  HOOVER Spin  washer  &  dryer, 4-burner elec. stove  w-warming oven, countertop,  fridge. 886-8358. 1285-28  ,URDjlE?EBASE saves" car-  ^pejjs)^ Guarantees removal  (dog/ cat,, human) urine  stains, odours, from carpets..  . Free brochure. Dept. A,  Reidell Chemicals Limited,  Box 7500, London, Ont. 1314-29  24" RANGE, $50. Good for  cottage, 885-9314.      1345-31  ljUEEN     SIZE      deluxe  waterbed  with   heater  &  padded headboard. Ex. cond,  $350,885-9272. 1338-29  BABY CARRIAGE. 1 single  bed, like new, $130;  new  buffet, handcrafted, $250. 884-  5264. 1346-29  GARAGE SALE. Sat., June  16. Freezer, kitchen ware,  rock polisher, odds V ends.  Lynwood Crt. off Mason Rd.,  W. Sechelt. 1351-29  FOR NSALE: 4 beautiful  chairs, 3 small cupboards w.  shelves; 1 bar chair, large wig  stand w. wig head; 2 upright  plexiglass display counters w.  lights; 1 glass round display  unit on chrom base; 2 long  counter tables ��� w. drawers,  electric mirror lighting: elec.  cash register; mirrors  (various sizes); various sizes  of glass for display shelves; 1  smoked glass jewellery  display counter; 2 white  storage cabinets w. adjustable  shelving. Please call after 6  p.m., 886-2155., 1357-29  KUBA    STEREO,    french  colonial frultwood, $75;  2  decorator rugs, woven wool,  grey w-pattern. 885-6029.  1205-20  WOOD  LATHE,   Rockwell  accessories,     Marpcls  chisels;    also    Craftsman  router craftcr. 885-5048.   1207-  .,20   More Classified Page B-4  Use Times'  Adbriefs  HAND-BUILT HOME  rOKIALI  Offered by owner-builder, a unique three bodroom, three  level family home of 1700 finished iquare feet on five  private acret In Robert! Creek. With oak floori, extensive  clear cedar ponelllng, wool broadloom, birch kitchen cupboard* with maple butcherblock counter-topi and mobile  liland, electric heat with enterprise wood range back-up,  thefmoporieond leaded window*, 2x4 woll construction, R20  wall* and R40 ceilings. One acre cleared for pasture, young  orchard, well freed with some timber, large garden areas,  deiMewe well we+er, wood fired frwdtrrorret trone, purerrrtof  ��ve*�� eottoge, A��Mm_ 199,900, fhone Oram Wtcktand for art  appointment 886-7702.  aridsijfa___^_  8853219T     t  1168-29 Wednesday, June 13,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageB-3  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  Jjlghwoy 101, at Francis Peninsula Rd.  883-2794  WATERFRONT ACREAGE ���     .  Two - 4 acre parcels. 150' frontage each.  Your choice $50,000 each.  McNAUGHTON POINT ���  1.9 acres of choice view waterfront  overlooking Malaspina 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  retreat worth much more than the $70,000  asking price. ','   '   '     ~     "  MADEIRA PARK ���    MIDDLEPOINT AREA ���  Here's a great spot for the family ... a 1482  sq ft 3 bedroom, 2 full bathroom home on  .almost 10 acres of gently sloping and well,  treed soil. This ideal place has everything  and is just 3 years old. At $60,000 there's  not a better investment on 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 business and good home in the  most sought-after- spot- on_the B.Cv coast.-  Like to live here wouldn't you? Call Mike  Rosse at 883-9378.   ~ " ~   ���**,  -.-'_BOXJQ0  .  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  883-2233  REALTY  LTD  TOLL FREE FROM  VANCOUVER:  689-7623  Member of Multiple Listing Service  HOMES  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 just--  taking things easy. A small investment will  bring rewards ... Call Mike Rosse ot 883-  9378.  HARBOUR SUPPLIES ��� Plumbing, electrical,  furniture and appliances. This business  shows a good return and is 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  Hermon, 883-9978.  HARBOUR MOTORS ��� at Kielndale. 4 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 itl Call Mike Rosse at   883^9378 1_  John Breen ��� 883-9978       Mike Rosse 883-9378     Jock Hermon 883-2745  High on 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 ah"'investment! $12,500 for quick sale.  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. Included is a 4 acre oyster lease, small cabin  and year 'round creek. An investment to  suit either an individual or a group at  _-$165,000_with_terms   ,,s;_|p^,  MADEIRA PARK ��� 4 BR home with view  ^n-|andscapedHotr-Large=AworkshopHiV=  equipment storage area in back. Ideal  location for builder/contractor. $69,500.  FRANCIS  jENINSULA   ���. 12_ x . 44'7  Glendafe-mobifeiiome with 430 sq ft  addition. On 2/3�� acre lot. $28,500.'  GOLWIEW- R"OAD"~=~M'aaWrcr TCrkT  fantastic view from this new home ��� 3  new appliances, fireplace. $87,000.  ^SINCLAIR BAY ROAD ��� 3 BR view \_  "T*5b~^TiT^riWAhDh\��ru^rf;\  storage room, heated34x20' swimming  pool. Large lot, level & fenced, with  large garden area. $130,000.  NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 BR home,  .fireplace, jundeck, 3/4 acre lot on_Hwy_  -101,-$377500r ���   FLORON  AGENCIES LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance  Box 238,1589 Marine Drive, Gibsons  8^2248  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR view  home, thermopane windows, fireplace,  w/w , 3 bathrooms. Easy walk to stores.  PO & marinas. $67,500.  IRVLNES LANDING ��� 3 BR view home,  stone fireplace, ensuite, 6 appliances.  Closejp _ma_rlna. _$75,000._One car taxl_  business-ovollobleTwlth above for ad-  ditional $10,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� interesting 4 BR view  home, architect designed. 5 major'  appliances. $77,000.  GIBSONS ��� 2 BR residenve with one BR  suite on Hwy 101, adjacent to Seaview  Plaza. Good investment at $53,500.  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��  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.  FRANCIS  PENINSULA ��� Near  new  bdrm split level. Fireplace, sundeck &  'carport. $60,000.  BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� 2 BR view home,  built 1971. Fireplace, double garage,  garden area. $42,500.  I  SELMA PARK -r- 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  LANGDALE ��� Panoramic view of Howe Sound and North Shore Mts.,  from this comfortable 2 bdrm family home. Has 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 paved drive. Sundeck for summer relaxation. Only $57,500.  ROBERTSCREEK ��� This wellrbullt contemporary home has oyer 1040 sq  ft, Is located on Hanbury Road, and has over 20 acres with all-year creek,  power, young orchard, good gardening ��� beautifully treed. Thlsproperty  offers complete seclusion and privacy. By appointment only, call John  Black for details. ,  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.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 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 $42,000.  GIBSONS ��� Rural area, very nice 2 bdrm home with dinette, utility and  storage shed. One-half acre of property includes trailer pad. Asking  $48,500.  LANGDALE ��� Many oustandlng 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 ad|olns kitchen. 2 FP with heatllators, double glazing on main floor.  $85,090. Call George Cooper for app't.  GIBSONS WFT ��� Gower Point area; 2 bdrms, large living room with FP,  electric heat, full basement could bo made,Into rec room or extra llvlnc  area. Garage with lighted drive, beautifully landscaped. Very choice  property. $65,000.  GIBSONS ��� Lower Village, fantastic vlow 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. 1  LOTS  GLASSFORD ROAD ��� Nice building lot, on sewer; good residential area.  $13,000.  FIRCREST RD ��� New subdivision, lot size 61x131. Priced at only $9,700..  LOWER  GIBSONS ~-  3  lots,  corner  School   Road  and   Hiway   101,  tremendous potential, high traffic area. $175,000,  GRANTHAMS ��� three lot* on Reed Road. Good Investment property,  potontlal view. Asking $8,750 each.  WHARF ROAD, Langdale. Good building lot 65 x 193', good residential  area. Try your offer.  Evenly  Ron McSavaney, 885-3339;  George Cooper, 886-9344  LOTS AND ACREAGE  i  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  LOTS  LOTS  1. MADEIRA PARK ��� serviced lots.  $7,000-$22,0.00.  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.  $11,000-$! 2,750.  7. GARDEN BAY AREA-  Garden. Bay estates &.  $13,500-$21,250.  view lots, on  Sinclair   Rd.  8. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 8 nice  building lots at corner of Cochrane and  Cameron Roads, $11,000-$ 13,000.  9. PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES ��� Sinclair  Bay Road. Serviced lots, most with view,  three with lakefront. Priced from  $10,000 to $37,500.  10. RUBY LAKE ��� semi waterfront lot,  with road access & 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 ex-,  posure, 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 90i  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,  MIDDLEPOINT ��� 2 bdrmliome, 1100 sq.  ft. on 9,5* fairly level, treed acres. Well.  850��f��. frontage on Highway 101.  $49,000,  ��. RUBY LAKE -~ 5+ trood acres, close  to public lake acce'tl $19,000,  3. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� i,A�� acres A  4��. acres', seml-waterfront, Overlooking  Malaspina Strait & |utt a few feet to the  watorfront. Hydro, water 8, paved road,  $40,000 each,  .  4. Near Ruby Lake ��� 8.39 acres on Hwy  101. $25,000.  5. Near Madeira Park ��� 15 acres,  2150i ft on Hwy 101. $44,000.  6. Francis Peninsula ��� 1.8�� acres,  corner of Warnock and Francis Penlntula  Roads. $17,500.  7. WARNOCK ROAD ��� lovdl lot, almost  one ecro, Good soil, soloctlvely cloarod.  $24,000.  8. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 2�� acres  with panoramic vlow of Ponder Harbour.  12'x20' cabin, concrete driveway.  $32,000.  9, EGMONT ��� 11 db treed acres with  year round creek, Road access. $49,500,  tr  TROUT FARM - PENDER HARBOUR. Ready  to go ��� raceways Installed to' handle  160,000 trout. 95�� acres land.  Provincial commercial trout farm  licence. Water licence, Locatod on Hwy  101, across from Ponder Harbour  Secondary School, $266,000.  J..-I-    I  ! >  I Of  ~*r  .,*m  COMMERCIAL PROPER  3  MADEIRA PARK ��� get yourself out of  the house and Into this easy-to-run  clothing business with good potential.  $22,000. plus stock.  Also available with above ��� 1,000 A> sq,  tt. commercial building wllh room for  expansion. $93,000.  tod,'- "���''������!���. L���?"*���*���"  GARDEN BAY MARINA ��� 700dt lineal  feet floats., Living quarters, laundry,  showers. On leased land. Complete  marine gas ft dleiel soles. $89,000,  JUNCTION ISLAND ��� ST. VINCENT BAY ���,  18.75__ acres, treed, sheltered  moorage, several covet, oysters. 15 min.  ride by fast boat from Earls Cove or  Egmont. $120,000.  EGMONT ��� 3.8�� acres with 550db ft.  low bank waterfront. Float, launching  ramp. Whole property Is terraced and  levelled ready for development. Drilled  well. $169,000,  EARL COVE ~- 5,57 acres, 450�� fl  sheltered waterfront adjoining lorry  terminal. Excellent site for possible'  motel, hotel, camper-trailer park.  $135,000,  EGMONT -,2,27 acres with 387_+, ft low  bank watorfront. Good drlvoway to  waterfront. Launching ramp, slto has  bean prepared for possible use as W/P  trailer-camper park & fishing resort, An  excellent property, Full price $95,000,  ST. VINCENT BAY ��� 400�� ft waterfront,  5.97 acres, water access. $29,300.  EGMONT ���"7 acres with 540 ft low  bank watorfront, Site has boon  [prepared for possible use as a large  WF trailer-camper park 8, fishing,  resort. This is an excellent proporty  adjoining the Egmont Marina.  $180,000 ��� Ownor will finance at  bank Interest rato.  WEST LAKE, NELSON ISLAND - 100��  acres, 4140�� ft, choke lakefront,  1800�� ft, oceanfront on Vanguard Bay.  2 log cottages with fireplaces, 1 post *  beam cottage. Access by boat or float  plqne, An excellent buy for $140,000,  WATERFRONT HOMES  i  GUNBOAT BAY ��� 192�� ft waterfront  wllh imall beach area, 3 cottages, dock  and Hoat, On 5�� acret with accett from  "Hwy 101. $B5,000  MADEIRA PARK ��� spacious 1416* sq It  home on landtcaped lot with 78it ft of  the best low bonk sheltered waterlront  In Pender Harbour. $136,000,  Mfrnmrnqtsm  DAN WILEY! Res. 883-9149  0LLI or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233  he  \ r  PageB-4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, June 13,1979  Doug Joyce  Bob Bull  885-2761  885-2503  *5>  SECHELTVILLAGE -    $52,900  NEW-NEW-WlfH-WEWrVlew from WtchenT  living   _5pom    &    sundeck.    Includes    3  _-bedtooms^Mtchen--pantiy,-_ficeplace,=_cafc_J==  port, large lot. Call Bob. to view anytime.  REDROOFFS <  New waterfront  $67,500  3 bdrm home with ex-  REALTY LTD.  885-3211  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  Post Office Box 1219, Sechelt  Vancouver Toll Free: 684-8016  -W^    V    ffltltliM  Jack Anderson 885-2053  Stan Anderson 885-2385  Don Hadden      885-9504  WATERFRONT  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT ��� Lot 100 x 725 ��� Greot view with all  services, water, paved road, cablevlslon, hydro. F.P. $39,000.  DAVIS BAY WATERFRONT $36,500  Large lot with a fine beach. Fairly steep access'but walkable.  Fantastic southwest view. Nicely treed. (Stan)- -  pansive view of Georgia Strait and Vancouver   Island.   Features   shake   roof,  "-stainless-steel" '5haw'flreplate~&~5kylightr  Treed lot. Bob.  "VIEW^OPTRAILISLANDS  SANDY HOOK WATERFRONT: 68' of accessible waterfrontage with  boat launching slipway. 400' sq ft cabin with fireplace & large deck.  Partly furnished. Asking $49,000.  ROBERTSCREEK   ' , > .        $5?,000  3 bedroom home on 1.67 acres. Spacious  open plan of 1320 sq ft has ensuite off  master bdrm. Home has family room and  -utility. Reduced drastically In price for  immediate sale. Take Gibsons home in  trade. Bob.  SECHELT VILLAGE: Pebble Crescent -  $53,900. Complete new remodel |ob. large  rancher 1515 sq ft. Close to shops and  school. Level lot too. New cupboards,  carpets, quarry tile entrance ft 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 Bob.  SECHELTVILLAGE $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.  WATERFRONT, W. SECHELT  Pebble beach with your own rood right to  water. 3 bdrrns,  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.  v��Wr3K..'.,;'     ���" .' V'' ' SmPt���WHt&i-.  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 at $47,500. Call Don.  WEST SECHELT $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  IavoI Int nffoidu a vlow from the 2nd floor,  Tile roof, 2288 sq ft, Call Bob.  WILSON CREEK  3 bedroom 1200 sq ft sea view from this  new full basemen* home. 3 pee vanity bath  plus ensuite off master bedroom. Fireplace,  shake roof, dbl carport, Cement drive,  landscaped, plus garden lot hat been  completely developed. Real value ot  $99,000. Terms. Call Jack,  ���^MstawH plliSsHMNv^'  ,.v  "���.''VMS,' ,  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY $120,000  Sechelt Village! Fully rented, mostly on  -lease.���ShowB-good-return-on-investment,_  Opportunity to invest in this growing*  community. DetailsTto bonafide.purchaser.  Doug. , -        ~   ���  ~-.   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. Coll Bob'.  SECHELTVILLAGE $68900.00  Panoramic view of village and Trail Bay.  Like new spacious home with room for  everyone including home occupancy in  rower level. Features are too numerous to  "mention. Check them out with Bob 885-2503  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.  ROBERTSCREEK $43,000  Brand new 3 bedroom home. Immediate  possession. Try your offer. Cqll Doug.  sUUU'SBlvt*-  SECHELT VILLAGE: $47,900. 2 bedroom up,  den ft extra bedroom down. Double  plumbing. Heatilator fireplace In large  living room ft rec room. Stucco exterior.  Large lot within walking distance to schools  and shops. Easy termt. Call Jack.  CREfKSIDEHOME $68,500  On 6/10 acre with parklike setting,  towering trees ft spacious, easy to maintain  level lawns. On�� year new expansive home  has two large bedrooms. Separate entrance  hallleads to a large living room wlfh  fireplace that Invites gracious entertaining.  A 23x28' attached garage could be converted to an extra bedroom ft family room,  An added plus Is a 440' workshop with 3 pee  plumbing. Close to best sandy beach In  area,  J$82;t)00  Luxury new West Sechelt home. Tastefully  decorated with numerous extras. Well-  insulated, energy-conscious home with a  fireplace that must be seen, plus provision  for space heater lower level. -Tastefully  decorated with numerous extras. 3  bedrooms, sunken tub, shower, large level  'garden' lot, sundecks, double carport-. The  price won't shock you once you see it. Call  Bob for an appointment.  SECLUDED^WATERFRONT ACREAGE  Do you want 6 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,  located22Tfflle'torSechelt by watrrof*arr"on1yrFlf1h_wtthTyee~  Airways Ltd. from Vancouver or Sechelt, or use your own boat. Call  WEST SECHELT: $75,000. Four bedroom  home, 2 baths, 2 FP, auto/oil heat) sundeck  and carport on gentle slope 1 acre lot  overlooking Trail Islands. Half block to  beach access. Also has small rental cottage.  An appointment necessary. Call Don.  Don.  EGMONT WATERFRONT I: Excellent investment opportunity. Close  to 560' of waterfront with 5 acres ft a 5 yr old double wide home.  Asking $85,000 with 1/2 dn. All offers & trades will be considered.  fV  "\  EGMONT WATERFRONTAGE: Over 20 acres w^th approx 1000' of  waterfront. Could be an excellent investment. Vendor offers terms  wtth $50,000 dn.-Consideration-givenJo_trades   3 bedroom, dbl plbg. Handy Sechell locale,    ,.  Landtcaped lot with U-drlveway, This home   '  Is only 3 years old, clean ft bright, Real   Value, Call Jack.  \  SECHELT ��� SANDY HOOK $135,000  Waterfront ��� Moor your sailboat at this dock. Large cedar home with  super sauna, decks everywhere. Privacy ft .expansive view. Phone  Bob for a viewing; This it a unique home.  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 ��>on.           SECHELT VILLAGE: 5 acres measuring 330 x 660'. Will eventually  have a view. Close to the arena.-Try your offer to $35,000.  VIEW ACREAGE ��� 5 acres In West Sechelt. Some view of.the ocean.  Nicely treed. Good access. No logable timbers. F.P. $25,900.  WEST SECHELT ACREAGE ���Good Investment for the patient. 200 x  . 1000 ft. of Highway frontage; Good access and a small stream for  water. FP $22,900:  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  marjna. On paved road with hydro, phone and water along road.  Call Don. -   VILLAGE. PEBBLE.CRESCENT LOT ��� $12,500. Save tome treet ft  have a garden on thlt level Lot. Eaty walking dlttance to all thopt.  Price now only $12,500. Call Don.  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.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS ��� $10,000. Extra large building lot in area of  new homes. All services including paved roads. Call Doug.  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.  SANDY HOOK LOT ��� $10,300. Approx 70 x 127" with shed on.  ~Hydr67pHbrie"8~wdter"b"n paved"road."Close to boating Srfishing.  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 & water. FP  $12,500.  BUSINESS BLOCK  REDROOFFS AREA: Wild wood Rd.  build on. Beautiful evergreens.  :$11,200.  125 x 200' level lot, very easy to  Pjiced  for  immediate  sale  at  A LITTLE GOLDMINE: Sechelts ,best restaurant. ��� A-.THRIVING  business with an excelltn gross profit. Living accommodation on site  for the new owners at y/ory little extra.  ROBERTS CREEK: Large treed, serviced lot close to beach & golf  course. Quiet area, mobile home permitted. FP $11,900.  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.  SEMI RETIREMENT BUSINESS GOING CONCERN $74,800 FULL PRICE  TWO LAUNDROMAT LOCATIONS. TERMS ft TRADE  Both of these sites are ideal for year-round steady trade. 14 washer  dryers in one location. 7 dryert and 14 washers In 2nd location. All  equipment In top condition. Storm are clean and newly decorated.  Gross revenue approx $2,800 per month. For further information  call J. Anderson 885-2053 Vane 684-8016  REDROOFFS-.4 side by side view lots', each 1,18 acres with 100 feet  road frontage. Excellent buys at full price $15,000 each,  SECHELT VILLAGE,��� Lot 6, selectively cleared leaving some trees.  View of the ocean & within walking distance to shipping. Sewered  this year. Asking $12,000. /  SOUTHWOOD ROAD: Close to 1/2 acre. Level building lot. Hydro  and regional water at road. Check & compare. Attractively priced at  $9,450.  HOMES  ROBERTSCREEK $29,900  Privacy, trees, grass and a quiet area with no highway noise. Three  bedroom single wide with lots of storage ft closets. Heated by earth  stove with oil hot air as backup. Call Bob for details.  IS-Ulll-l   HI   S���-IS*���S���!���!!���   .II���   IISI -II SI-        HISS-      -���  SELMA PARK: 2 bdrm part basement home on a large 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 ft fridge and 3 beds. This unit cannot be told from new. (See  Doug). ���  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOME: a coxy, near new 792 sq ft 2 bedroom  , home closo to the beach at Chapman Creek. Not stairs, electric  heat, double glazing. Government prepaid lease has 19 years ta  run. FP $32,000.  SECHELT VILLAGE ��� $49,900. NEW 3 bdrm, Village, walk to shopping  ��� carport, fireplace, wood exterior, btmt, Compare prlcet and buy  thlt on*, Call Bob.  CLEARED, LEVEL LOT: Sechelt Village ��� 62.5 x 120'. Ready for  building. Owner will trade as part down payment on home. Value  $11,500.  SELMA PARK VIEW LOT:,Extra large"90 x 179' lot, carrier location,  easy access. Excellent view of Trail Island. FP $15,500,  WILSON      CREEK $11.500 ea.  Secluded building Lots located on a quiet dead end street. The Lots  are 150 x 70', eaty to develop and flat with tome treet. Clote to a  good beach. In area of new hornet. (Stan)  HOPKINS LANDING. View lot clote to ferry  priced to tell at $13,000. Call Bob.  ��� area of new homes  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS: Inlet view lot 50 x 120 x 90. Close to marine.  Asking $13,500. Call Don.  VIEW LOTS, SANDY HOOK ��� lake your choice of 3, priced low to  sell at $8,050 ft $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 eaty monthly payments. FP $10,900.  SANDY HOOK: Spectacular view Lot In quiet residential area. 55 x  163' zoned Rll. Mobile hornet permitted. Asking $10,500.  COOPER RD: Lot 80x263', treed, level, Servlcet along paved road.  Atklng $10,500. Call Don.  REDROOFF RANCH INC. SUBDIVISION  REDROOFF RANCH INC. Phase I subdivision Is located on Redrooffs Road approximately 5-  . .��� ^,....1/2 mllet we��t of.S 9ub"  division. 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  Lof 31'���SOLD  Lot 32 ��� SOLD  Lot 33 ��� SOLD  Lot 34 ��� $11,600  Lof 35* ���SOLD  lot 36 ��� $11,900  lot 37 ��� $12,75CT  Lot 38 p- St 1,900  Lot 39 1- SOLD  Lot 40 ��� $11,600  Lot 41 ��� $12,700  Lot 42 ��� $15,300  Lot 43 ��� SOLD  Lot 44 ��� SOLD  lot 45 ��� $11,180  Lot 46 ��� $12,800  Lot 47 ��� SOLD  Lot 48 ��� SOLD  lot 49��� SOLD  lot 50 ��� SOLD  lrVliTliCHW^*''^~^ Wr,g$4��00  Contemporary 2 BR home. Total ot 1166 tq  ft on 2 levels, fireplace. See Doug,  >r?/Q     7    "^-r ��,m.n..on.ar  ���-���.���������*,���   ��J _       i. .'       ' *'      <lo  Dimensions are given In both feet and metres.  t ,,      i. i.'    '        ^/\ s,' .7 ������������������<  ..*��.����� J. ".A   *r...    .    v\  Q  ��� 1 �� VK'tA  t *   mt  O  ���<����� N??'0   '��2  if      ''I I..  hJ-  th  June 13,1979  The Peninsula Times  YOUR AUTOPLAN CENTRE  ^^ Financial improvements  to an older house  I"  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Seaside Plaza  886-2000  ,  Gibsons,  886-2607  A  "Some people think  all there is .  to selling a house...  is putting up  afop sale sign."   - -   - We always do more for you ...  Ou/l quaZi&izd 6al&& tepKeAzntcuUvtb  -Ifiavt a.-total- o&13-yeaA&~zxpzhA-n_i��__  ioon.fu.ng loh. you.  Coast to Coast Service  AGENCIES LTD.  Free Catalogue  885-2235 -24 hrs.  Central Mortgage" and  Housing Corporation >,  Homeowners can obtain up  to $4,000 on a relatively low  cost home improvement loan  ^guaranteed    by    Central  -Mortgage and Housing Corporation. For information  about this program, call any  local office of CMHC or write  -, Central -Mortgage and  Housing^Coq��rati6nr~Head  , Office, Information Services,  Montreal^ Road; ,Ottawa,  Ontario, for their free booklet  ihtitled '"Home Improvement  Loans".  CMHC also has a program  which provides special'  assistance toj low, and,  moderate, inc bni e {  homeowners who wish to1 *  improve their dwellings sin  specially designated areasof 7  - ajcity. The program, known as -  Residential Rehabilitation ,  Assistance Program (RRAP),:'_  provides maximum loans of .  -$5,000 to homowners of which* ���"<  up to $2,500 may be forgiven -  depending on the income of  the borrower. For information  about the program and  areas     designated-  assistance  in   your   com  muriity, call your local office  of CMHC. .     ���  SUNNYCREST  SHOPPING  CENTRE  8S6-2277  Hlfi  VANCOUVER  TOLLFREE  IThe saltSs value  of gardens  In the sale of a home, the  garden is one of the cosmetic.  features   which   potential  purchasers   first    notice.-  "Although the actual value is  fractional in the overall price  may not want to undertake the  extra work and expense'of  bringing it back to a good  .app^ran(��^_^.jlh^Qugh^he  house may be just what he  wants, a purchaser could be  AND LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD  R.R. 2-Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  CONVEYANCINGoREAL ESTATE CONSULTING*APPRAISALS*NOTARY PUBLIC  HOMES  6824513  HILLCREST ROAD: A family home located on  quiet cul de sac with  some view.  Five  ] bedrooms' upstairs   and  one  downstairs.  " Kitchen has built-in breakfast nook, garC  boge compactor, and dishwasher, Double  sinks in the main bathroom plus a four  piece ensuite. Ful I basement has 4P x 15 ret  room with finished bar. Sundeck has d built-  in barbecue. $69,500.  TRICKLEBROOK DRIVE: Brand new three  bedroom two storey home with full garage. -  Excellent family home covered by Builders'  Warranty < Progrpmme. This home is  designed for low cost heating with ther-  mopane windows throughout plus fireplace.  The home qualifies for the $1,000 new home  grantor the $2,500 first family home grant.  $46,000.  SUNSHINE   COAST   TRAILER   COURT:   Im-  1555 SARGENT ROAD: Custom built four  bedroom-," home' with view of Gibsons  Harbour, Georgia Straitand 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.  HILLCREST: $29.500 ��� Cute 2 bdrm house  POPULAR LANE: $59,500 ���> Large 3 bdrm  home; Master-with-ensuite. L.R. with  California sandstone fireplace. Walking  distance to stores, schools, sports and  recreation.  . maculate 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.  s  of the home, the state of your , influenced away from a sale if  lawn and garden can haye a  great deal of influence in the  decision to purchase. This is  especially true in older homes  with ' well established plan-  tings7~"If  the -garden ���is  -overgrown and untidy, buyers  a vendor has not taken the  time to keep lawns mowed,   weeds cleared, shrubs and  trees trimmed. Remove  unsightly undergrowth, thin  out WeifgfownTflowerhecls,^-  -rake up -leaves and clippings - -  and provide a pleasant setting  for the home you want to sell.  Century West���Sechelt  B  on large lot; separate workshop. Low down  payment If you qualify for gov't 2nd mortgage.  PRATT & FAIRVIEW ^Execotlve-home-en  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  flreplace^ruT126rx::14::famlly"  OCEAN BEACH ESPLANADE: High quality  waterfront home on landscaped 1/2 acre.  Located on Gower  Point's  sunny  Ocean'  Beach Espanade. Home features" two large  bedrooms, two'baths, kitchen with custom-  made maple cabinets and two finished  fireplaces. Cement driveway. $95,000.  -room -wTtrf  room with fireplace. Xlose_to schools- and  shopping in rural Gibsons. $69,900  Legal Notices  BRITISH COLUMBIA  * HYDRO AND  POWERAUTHORITY  Invites tenders for General  road maintance on B.C. Hydro  transmission���rights-of-way-  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  treed lot, on sewer. Close to schools and  "shopping." $297900.  CREEKSIDE-CRESr:-Brand new- split-level ~\  home with view of Bay area and Keats  Island. Four large bedrooms, living room,  fireplace, kitchen with eating area plus  -jdlnlng_room. _ Sltuated_jjn_a_y.lew__lot_with  . large^back yard bordering _on ..Gibsons  Creek. $54,900.  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 7x6 walk-in closet. 20x17 family room opens on to a large sundeck  with wrap around benches. Concrete driveway leads up to double fully enclosed garage.  Many special features that must be seen. $69,900.  46' GRENFELL  Twin Power  Sleeps 8 Comfortably  Two Heads  Shower  Hot   &   Cold   Pressure  Water  Consta Volt  Automatic C02 System  Full Electronics  CASH SALE OR TRADE ON PROPERTY  CALL 885-2244 Days "\  or 886-8371 eve*.      /^  Ask for PAUL  Some slashing, ditching, cross  ditching, rebuilding of a small,  bridge and to open roads to  original width in the Sechelt  Power District. Site visit  _ mandatory on 19 June.1979.aL  9:30 a.m., Sechelt Lineroom.  Reference No. Q9-3568  Closing Date: 27 June 1979  .Sealed    tenders    clearly  marked as above-referenced  will be received in Room 1026,  B.C.   Hydro   and   Power  Authority   Building,    970  Burrard Street, Vancouver,  B.C. V6Z 1Y3 until 11:00 AM  local time, 27 June 1979.  > Details may be obtained from  the office of the Purchasing  Agent, 10th Floor, 970 Burrard  Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6Z  1Y3, telephone 663-2577 and  663-2560.  1348-Pub. SPT June 13, 1979.  ��� REDROOFFS RD: Waterfront. Wind your way  ____ down a gently sloping path to 158 feet of  -���B-your-own-waterfront-propertyrAHow-tldeT"  Ba beautiful sandy beach for the kids to play,  swim and water ski. From your large living  ___ room window the most spectacular view  m you have ever seen. Watch the large ships  ,������ and pleasure craft churn their way through  _S_Welcome _Pass. .This unbelievable view  ^J 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  ^5 complete privacy. This beautiful home must  __ be seen to be believed. $109,500.  JOE*ROAD: 5 year old three bedroom full  basement home in Roberts Creek. Situated  ���on-1 -acre-below-Hlghway -101-wlth-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 ef-  f Iciency. 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.  WILLIAMSONS LANDING: This beautiful  summer or year-round luxury home must be  -seen to be believed. A200 -foot-high and-!  *low tide dock makes this the home for 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 128.0 square feet A-frame home  features three bedrooms with loft and part  finished basement. 25x8 sundeck overlooks  -Howe -Sound.- Large-guest -cottage-witrr  fireplace, fridge, stove, 220V and sundeck.  $109,500.  GRANDVIEW ROAD  Off Pine. Lovely three bedroom ranch style home situated on secluded and fully landscaped  1/2 acre. Southern exposure combines privacy with view of Georgia Strait and Vancouver  Island. Huge carport allows for easy addition of a family room and still leaves a carport.  Sundeck accessed from living room and master bedroom. Floor to celling cut rock fireplace,  " thermopane windows. Winding concrete driveway and many other features. $63,500.  1 <  Dnand amvion * sivsivuddv * ownnsNCO mvisa iV3H * ondnva3anco  tmm  33NJT10JL  H3AI100NVA  OAT N0A   3'8 'suo��qi0-Z MM  Oil J.N3Hd013A3Q QNV1 QNV  uzz-m  3JUN33  9NM40HS  lS3H0ANNflS  3unifii 3Hi H04 mqn asvHoand swM3i ssnosia onv ni a woo  ....���', * v      '���'''���:''  'jood Bu|ujui|M* puQ ojioem .'ajuip |D3|peui  'Bu|ddoujs '8|ooips 04 esuDjsip  Bu|>||om u|uji|M eq 111  puD soot ep \no puo Bleeps Bu|pu|M .0 dojd lejnb t\\m u\ oa\-\  |D|uej pod 6u|Aod so ��3|jd euiDs eqi joj| jo| umo  jnoA umo uds noA ueq/w >|JDd euipq ���uqoui 0 u| ��a|| Aq/yy  auio|| djpiju aiqnofl 40 apujs xmUo\ eaiy uy  ��������|DJ >|UDq UDl{| ��B��| U|  1{3|UJM  '�����0J��*u| %o[ id 8|ueuj0j|nbej 4noA o�� pejo||Dj ���iueuiAoc|  ���UMOp 000* I $ ��d ���|I4I|����JOj |Q| jnoA ���8Dq3Jn��j  ouijj, 110 sajpjsj jlibj ap;si|aato ui sm Anq ubo noK mon  SN0S8IO 'aVOH HW0N  S9J^S3 JLIBJ 9piS)|9aiQ  smkbi no sun mm-m  -TTO3JS 3HI lflOflV MO QV3M ��� ���   1QA0  9  ���  ���  ���  PRATT ROAD': New three bedroom home on  large lot dotted with fruit trees. Sunken  living room with open ceiling and fireplace.  Bathroom has separate make-up counter.  Kitchen has built In ^enn-Air range, drop-in  oven and, dishwasher. 8x22 sundeck.  Carport With 7x17' storage. $52,500.  1286 HEADLANDS ROAD: This three  bedroom home is attractively situated at  the base of the Bluff and close to the boat  launching ramp. Great living room for  entertainment, 16 x 25. Also has 10-1/4  mortgage. $42,900.  CHERYL ANNE PARK ROAD: Architect-  designed tudor home In quiet cul de *pc  with some ocean view. This large 1278  square feet three bedroom home must be  seen. Two finished fireplaces, finlihed rec  room, ensuite plumbing, two sundscks and  the list keeps going on, Situated amongst  other quality homes. Front yard landscaped  with many evergreens. Don't buy before  seeing this home. $64,900.  CENTRAL RD & REED RD: 3.98 acres of  dynamite view. Keats I Bowen Island I North  Shore Mountdinsl 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). Comfortable living and excellent investment cHI  In dn����. $95,0007  DAVIS ROAD: Exceptionally well built 3  bdrm home, heatilator FP, 2 sundecks,  family dining room plus eating area In  kitchen, v All this on main floor. Lovely  landscaped level lot with storage shed, full  garden in & double garage. PJus 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.  CRUCIL RD: Bright and spacious three  bedroom family view home in excellent  condition localed .within easy walking  distance to schools and shops. Large kitchen  with built-in dishwasher and indirect  lighting. Two fireplaces. Huge recreation  room. Lots of extra space in daylight  basement for den or extra bedroom and  workshop. $58,900.  LOOKOUT AVE: Near new three bedroom  home in good condition on large view lot In  new subdivision |ust past the Sunshine  Coast Arena in Sechelt. Boating facilities  close by. Owner Is transferred and you may  have immediate possession. $51,900.  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.  10TS  PRATT RD: Near Grandvlew. At the entrance to a new subdivision. This property Is  Definitely under-priced at only $11,000.  V  'SCHOOL RD: Three view lots 73 x 110. Ori  sewer. Three blocks from schools and,  shopping' centre. Cleared for building,  $16,000 each.  SMITH SO AD: Cleared view lot clote to ferry  terminal and oceanview. Triangular shaped  lot with good building site. $14,000.  COACH RD: Roberts Creek, Large lot  70x270' In quiet rural subdivision, Ready to  build on, Owner li anxious to sell and offers  excellent terms. Asking price $12,000. Try  $2900 down payment, $150 per month @  12% Interest,  GOWER PT RD ��'t 14th: Nearly 1/2 acre of  view property. Approximately 80 x 250', R2,  zoned with 2 distinctive building sites, Local  bylaws allow 2 dwellings on this property,  Partially cleared, Close to Olbions and  close to the beach. $17,900.  CHERYL ANNE PARK ROADi Roberts Creek.  Large lot with beautiful trees and some  view on quiet cul de sac In area of fine  homes. Before you decide see this attractive  low priced property. Owner will contlder  termt, $12,300.  LANGDALE RIDOEi Lot B, Davldion Road.  Bargain price on thlt lot amongst attractive  new homes on quiet cul de ��ac, $0,950  SANDY HOOK ROADs 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  Sechelt, $8,900.  SANDY HOOK ROAD: Three Ideal building  lott In beautifully wooded and park like  setting. These view lots overlook Porpoise  Bay and Sechelt Inlet. Water, hydro and  paved roadt In good quality tubdlvltlon.  $10,000 each.  IONNIEBROOK SUBDIVISION) Extra large  view |ott In quiet cul de tac. All tervlcet,  easy cartop boat launching. Only one block  fjOWLthtlwdl to Chatter Park. Priced from  10."  LARGE VIEW LOT: $16,500 ��� Located on  Gower Pt, Rd.; has been cleared at one time  and power and water at front of lot.  ACREACE  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS:  Beautiful  view  Two to choose from, $11,500 each,  lots.  ���',:,��� i*^r.��i.!s��������Wfe'*w ������'M*iH**��tWW��*W!*l*^VflflMM--!ilW ri(i!^T>*iO'iW(l>isl4E'"��*^te5!��s��s^  SIH1 aiNHfU. 3AJ10AIVH1 MON  POPULAR 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. $16,900,  GRANDVIEW RD: At the corner of Mahon.  Southern exposure overlooking Georgia  Strait and Vancouver Island. Quiet no  through road. Nearly 1/3 of an acre with  104 feet of frontage.1 Clote to schools and  shopping. T__�� perfect building tlte for your  home. $167900.  SKYLINE DRIVlEi Irregular shaped lot with  great view of Village, the Bay wharf and  boats. An area of nice homes, 100 feet on  Skyline Drive. Approximately 180 feet In  depth. $13,500.  'McCUliLC^GH RD7 Wilson Creek. Close to  one acre of treed property with sub-dlvlslon  possibilities. $22,900. ,i   '  SOUTH FLETCHER: At School Road. Two lott  40 x ISO each. One lot has'a cottage which  could be rented, These lots are mostly  cleared and ready for building. A spectacular view of the entire Day area and  Keats Island, $27,900, >  LORRIE GIRARD  886-7760  JONMcRAE  885-3670  MNEGURNEY  886-2164  UPLANDS ROAD: Tuwanek. Ideal recreation  lot In beautifully wooded and park like  setting, Zoned for troller*, Thlt lot  overlooks Sechelt Inlet and the Lamb Island.  $0,900.  ORANDVIEW & HEAD: View lots, all services, ready to build on.Klose^ to ocean  beach access and clote to Glbtont. Priced  from $13,900.  JUNNy��P6.>6UBPIYI��IONL.Mra*Jsfi,.jn9it.  have 100'frontage with ISO'depth, In quiet  rural setting. All lots nicely treed with  southern expoture. 1-1/2 blocks to tchoolt  and shopping centre. Priced from 113,900.  POPLAR LANE: Village Iqt handy  to all  -��meftlfs|(��,��|4,B*j|-,.4ai,-��v��ry--fs>eiM  '    ' JIM89L*;,,,, ,��� ������7_���,_,��� ..  ARNE PETTERSEN  886-9793  REDROOFFS RD: One acre��. very unique  property close to beach access. Some large  trees. $12,500.  HIGHWAY 101: 21 acres of gorgeous treed  property on Highway 101 directly across  from the Sunshine Coast Golf Course. Al-C  zoning permits subdivision, domestic In*  dustry, all types of animals, agriculture,  campsite, public or commercial outdoor  recreation, drive-In theatre etc.  $99,000,  GAMBIER ISLAND: 8.2 WATERFRONT acres  on XJambler Itland. 260' on waterfront x  1230. Approximately 2 acret cleared + 6  acres tail 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 sq ft cabin yet to be  finished. 200 degree west/soutlvwest view.  275'supply train to cabin. Ideal recreational  and Investment. $125,000,  CHASTER RD: Two acres of nicely treed,  level land dcrott the street' from Ceddr  Grove School, Zoning allows subdivision  Into 1/4 acre lots, Excellent for hobby farm  or Investment. $30,000,  AROENTRD: 2.7 treed acret In the heart pf  Robertt Creek. 5 lot subdivision has been  approved. Excellent soil and drainage,  Perfect for hobby farm on holding property.  FP $34,900. J  HIGHWAY 101) �� 17 acres vacant land  locatod on Highway 101, Mlddlepolnt +30  miles Irom Olbtont, Logging road, not in  use, through proporty, Avorago subdivision  tlno permitted 1/2 acre, Southerly exposure  and good view, $30,500,  BAYVIEW: 2.0. partially cloarod acros In  Roberts Creek with 275' frontage, Creek  runs through tho property,Jdeal for hobby  farm.   Clote   to   beach.   Zoning   pormlti  HIGHWAY 1011 ��20 acrot wllh Intulatod"  cottage |ust remodelled, Located on High,  way 101 In Middle Point �� miles from  Gibsons.   Average  subdivision   tlie   permitted 1/2 acre, Cottage has all tervlcet,'  Southerly exposure and view from Higher j  elevation qirsq!:,,|4j>,90p,  B  chris mmm  8853545  JAYVISSER  885-3300  OWE ROBERTS  886-8040  \ Page BA     The Peninsula Times  June 13,1979  Fabulous WF lot with super  view." Gunboat "Bay ~" In  Pender Harbour area.  Good building site. Asking  only $45,900.  FABULOUS INVESTMENT  -61.5" acres plus - approximately 700'- of  waterfrontpge. * Located  -again-in-Gunboat-Bay-wlth-  ' 900 sq ft Panabode In  excellent condition, plus a  wharf. Property able to be  subdivided into lots.  Asking orjly $350,000. Will  consider   all   trades   &  terms.  JEFF STEPHENSON  OH: 588-0131  Home: 530-2682  m  GRE>TRIARS REALTX.  Setting the  value of  your home  Many vendors tend to overvalue or even UNDER-value  their own homes.  Few have the professional  objectivity to assess true  marketrvalue.         "' "  Few have the knowledge of  the market place or true fa^  of recent sales in the neigh-  ���borhood-with^hich - to-judge-  the price level. .  -'A licensed real estate  practitioner has all these  things ���  ���- objectivity  ��� knowledge         ��  ��� ��� facts  j^^=-th^-reaLestate_indus^ry-is7-���  drained to assess a house, its -  condition, the neighborhood,  and is armed with the facts of  what, is  happening  in  the  market place. There in no  ,  sense in OVER valuing your  property, and there is some  danger   of   your   UNDER  valuing it too, if you gamble  on-doing-it-yourself-i J���  i*"  Acreage  -���/--  WHARF  "The Property  Movers"  885-5171  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 9.7 acres plus two (2) houses. Both 2  ibedroom -1 built of brick, with basement. Land In A.L.R. 644  Iff. on S.C. Highway 101 and 648' on Conrad Road. F.P.  |$98,000. Call Pat 885-5171 anytime.  HALFMOON BAY ��� Redrooffs Road, 5. .acres near Sargents  Bay, Close to good fishing. Also near year round creek. Good  holding property_J361' on Redrooffs Road. F.P. $35,000. Call  Pat 885-5171 "anytime."  FRANCIS AVE. ��� 1.5 acres with Gazetted Road at back of  property. Two (2) bedroom cottage with heataloter fireplace.  Property still has some trees. F.P. $43,000. Call Pat 885-5171  anytime.  CANADA WEEK.  June 25th-July 1st  Blood Donor Clinic ��� St. Mary's Hospital  Please watch for times  PARADE - July 1st, 12 noon, Sechelt Legion  Anyone wishing to participate In the parade,  contact Pat Murphy, 885-5171  "Your Reattstate hosts on the  Sunshine Coast'9  PAT MURPHY  885-9487  BOB BEAUPRE  885-3531  TREV GODDARD  886-2658  YOUR INFLATION HEDGE  Over 660 ft. waterfrontage close to Madeira  park. About 15 acres of rock-solid investment  overlooks the ever changing sea and island  scenes from every acre of property. Try $50,000  down on full price of $175,000. For these and  other waterfront bargains call me.  !��  "TINY BOB" KENT  885-9461      or my partner In time  ���BIOPBTR" 888-9463  HIGH & DRY - DAVIS BAY  Check this one first - excellent view, large 7V "x  193' on level ground. Service on tot line, easy  access from road. "TINY BOB" and "BIG PETE"  will delight to show you thlt, or any other of our  many listing*. This one priced at $14,500. Can  you match It? Try with BOB, 885-9461 or PETE,  885-9463.  EAST PORPOISE .BAY  View $98,500  A short 10 minute drive  from Sechelt. will fake you  to this exceptional  8.92��acres, partly cleared  "witK"go6d g"aTd��^:soirrTfiiev  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  ^aU^Corry-RosSr-SSS'^SO^  ROBERTS CREEK $39,500  5' of road  frontage. Small cabin, creek,  southerly slope and hydro to  property. Please 'coll Corry  Ross, 885-9250.  5 ACRES IN GIBSONS $69,900  I���Wei I m^mained7~home  completely remodelled with  new kitchen and bathroom.  Approx. 3 acres cleared and  level, with small stream. An  excellent piece of property.  Call Ray Bernier, 885-5225 or  Emilie Henderson, 885-5383.  ROBERTS CREEK $30,000  5+ selectively cleared acres  near Crowe Road on Hjghway  TOrTCreek flows across one -  corner of parcel. For further  information, contact Rene  Sutherland at 885-9362.  HWY 101 & LOWER  ROAD          $42,000  Located at the North side of  Hwy 101 at Lower Road, this  piece of acreage is close to  the Vill of Gibsons, yet has a  rural atmosphere. Possibility  of Regional water to lower  end of the parcel, and excellent investment at this  -prke.; Vendor .will consider  -te^msi^oH *Rene-Sutherland,  885-9362.  REDROOFFS $45,900  For qualified buyers, 4 yr old  home in perfect co/qdition on  secluded- ecu^tcU lot. 3  bdrms, 2 gEtsjpnJg. Minutes ,  walk to ���fesidents' owned  waterfront lot. Ray Bernier,  885-5225 or Emilie Henderson, 885-5383.  POTENTIAL COMMERCIAL 2  ACRES  Located at the corner of Highway 101-and Park Road, this  2f acre parcel is presently  zoned R4, but is ripe for  commercial development,  For more information, contact  Rene . Sutherland, at 885-  9362.  885-3295  Van. Direct  681-7931  Box 979 s Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  .Next to the Gulf Station  Where Real Estate is serious���but a pleasure  _____' _   - _   _ _ _ j  Homes  ���*HKK  GAMBIER ISLAND $65,000  1/2 acre of sunny privacy.  Enjoy the ocean view from  the sundeck of this quality  constructed home ��� 1372  s^rftrisf^omfoTfablerlivfitQ  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  -MansanJaEjappl  885-5046.  SELMA PARK $14,000  1Xyears_of Jease: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 in-  ^ormation7-885-397Jh   $��**?<  -;irj  FREE CATALOGUE  B. ��� O. B. *"'���������-���  AGENCIES LTD.  885-2338  Toll Pre*4tt'f 838'  sum-1 ism .un  lOPKINS $88,0(  A spectacular view and a  home with elegance and  comfort. Over 1700 sq. ft.  on two levels, two  -bedroom*,-a-large-lLy_lng_J  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.  REDROOFFS $59,900  Beautiful view from this  brand new 3 bdrm home on  75' waterfrontage. Secluded  area off Redrooffs Rd. Ready  for immed. possession.' Call  Ray Bernier 885-5225 or  Emilie Henderson, 885-5383.  WILSON CREEK $35,000  Semi-waterfront. A well  maintained 5 year old - 2  bedroom house with an extra  large living and dining room  combination. Thd fridge and  stove and washer are Included. Carport and storage  shed and a=rbvely landscaped,  lot. This is a prepaid lease  with 15 years left. Suzanne  Dunkerton will give you more  information on lease, 885-  3971. i  EAST PORPOISE BAY $104,900  Tastefully finished 4 bdrm  rancher features 3 > pee  master enste,- large family  room, self-contained In-law  accom plus a guest cottage.  On 3 acres of level treed  property with subdivision  potential. Many extras here.  Ray Bernier, 885-5225 or  Emilie Henderson, 885-5383.  ~��W��,  ROBERTSCREEK $f  Brand new thoughtfully  designed home. 3  bedrooms and full  basement and 1344 sq. ft.  of living area.    Large  spacious kitchen with lots  of storage and counter  space. Living room and  dining room are open plan  and both enjoy the comfort  of the fireplace. Basement  is ready to be finished with  your own ideas. Large.,  private lot which backs  onto a creek. Within  walking distance of the  school and the beach. Call  Suzanne Dunkerton for  more information, 885-  3971.  **  *\4* "  tfsi  Waterfront  REVENUE Wilson  Creek  $98,500  A uniquely designed 2  bdrm duplex. Each with  1182 sq. ft. spacious open  living room with a  fireplace. Kitchen. is bright  and convenient, lots of  ^^vojk^ai^a^ojs^L storage  space.DlAififerapm located  dlrectlCAaJlVhe kitchen.  Large w x 18 ft sundeck, 1  bedroom inlaw suite under  one side of duplex and a  large concrete basement  on the other side. Located  ���|-on-2/3 ofon-acre-and-closo  to the beach. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton ' for more in-  \-Uim\atlon.-&8549TL   *tffM.'&r/ �� ���**r*���+_ii?M.'*  >MtttL_.^_ti_^&J_  SELMA PARK ���$21^500  Unique waterfront home  remodelled, fully winterized  and completely furnished.  Protected anchorage behind  breakwater. Leased property,  ideal summer, home, easily  Temsdr^^mtllt^HeTTrdeTSctrfT  885-5383 or Ray Bernier, 885  5225.  rhh^i'.p''.  *���  ���jfiitM?'  7;&^;  > sMR *   "MP*  VIEWI VIEWI VIEWI  $2500 down  For qualified buyers.  Immed. occupancy in  quiet convenient Wilson  Creek subdivision.  $49,900. Further details  with Ray Bernier, 885-  5225 or Emilie Henderson, 885-5383.  WATERFRONT DAVIS  BAY $79,900  _Lge-prlvate_lot_76- x - 356'. - A  terrific view and sandy beach.  Full basement with rec room,  utility room and roughed-in  plumbing. 2 bdrms, 2 baths.  Kitchen has built-in breakfast  nook, two sundecks to enjoy  the spectacular ocean view.  Phone Terri Hanson to view,  885-5046.  *2h&s-^_____����  Semi  country  minutes  LANGDAXE  Waterfront  A delightful  setting yet only  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 features that  enhance this quality  constructed home. Phone  Terri for appt. to view.  Irreplaceable at $89,900.  885-5046.  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. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton for more Information.  CHASTER ROAD $85,500  Large rribdern house with  view. Basement is set up and  used as a hairdresslng salon,  but could be in-law suite.  Extra wide lot for privacy,  which also may be subdivided. Excellent financing is  assumable. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton for more Info, 885-  3971.  IPS.  SAKINAW LAKE $124,  Waterfront acreage ��� 16  acres ilake frontage. Two  bedrm house and guest  cottage,   2   floats   and  boathouse Private- -Bay.  Call Ray Bernier, 885-5225.  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.  SECHELT $25,500  Quiet, large double ended lot  across from small Marina.  Beautiful view. Phone Terri  Hanson, 885-5046.  WAKEFIELD RD.  2 lots at $16,750 ea.  Two beautiful side by side  Irregular shaped ��� lots bordering on a ravine park on  Wakefield Creek. One lot  also has a small creek  alongside. View of Georgia  Strait, good building sites,  close to village. For further  Information, contact Rene  Sutherland, 885-9362.  SELMA PARK $16,000  Large view lot with southern  exposure. Close to beach.  Access is from both Greer  Road and Highway. Call  Suzanne Dunkerton, 885-  3971.  WINN RD. GIBSONS $15,000  Here is a lot with everything.  Extra large & services,  southern exposure to water  and mountain view. Close to  all amenities. Call Suzanne to  view, 885-3971.  KEATS ISLAND $7,500  Nicely treed corner lot with a  view. Hydro & water  available.-8x12 shed to  remain. Call Terri Hanson.  DAVIS BAY $15,000  A short walk to the best  swimming and fishing on the  coast. Nicely sloping cleared  lot, good garden soil, In an  area of well kept" homes.  Beautiful      view      across  Georgia Strait to Vancouver  Island. To view, call Don or/Information^  Rene  Sutherland  CREEKSIDE PLACE  SECHELT' VILLAGE  2 lots, $15,000 ea.  Two nicely treed lots, side by  side, totalling approx. 200' of  highway frontage. Close to  Chatelech Junior Secondary  School. To view call. Don or  Rene Sutherland,   885-9362.  SEMI-WATERFRONT $25,500  A good buy on a quiet large  double ended lot across from  small Marina, Beautiful view.  Call Terrl Hanson for more  details, 885-5046.  REDROOFFS $7,500  Check the price and compare.  This lot is priced to sell.  Excellent building lot with  easy access. Trailers permissible. Call Terrl for more  v?.  0)  TUWANEK $9,000  View lot overlooking Lambs  Bay. Close to easy beach  access. Vendor will carry at  C.I.R. Phone Rene for more  information, 885-9362.  ROBERTSCREEK $15,500  VIEW plus 94 ft of creekside  and 164 ft of depth. Centrally  located to schools, shopping  and beach. Percolation has  been approved as well as  building plans. Excellent  residential lot. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton, 885-3971.  PENDER HARBOUR $12,500  Lovely view lot overlooking  Texada and Lasqueti Islands,  70x290' approx. Cleared and  ready for building, beach  access close by, trailers  permissible. Phone Terrl  Hanson for more details, 885-  5046.   Industrial  Residential Trailer  Subdivision  17 Fully serviced lots, situated  approximately 2 miles northwest  of Sechell, corner of Mason 8t  Norwest Bay Road. Level lots to  facilitate both single & double wide/  trailers.  Please call  Emilie Henderson, 885-6363 or  Ray Bernler, 885-5225.  0)  .4  Oj  fcl  ���>-.���  r��  -V  iS>  ��' *  ROAD  '<".  J  X\  "i tt"'    U'ii'  1 A  ffPAO  1UJL  "UF"  ^:kh..hLh>u.Lll:".h,.i  2  '���ii-.i-  $ :��oi :*  ���<��/.'���  ��  * s >   ��  u  ���lt..tJX.:i��<U\  ���-nr  Lot   3 $11,900  4 $12,500  5 $11,600  6 $11,000  7 $10000.  8 $10,000.  10 Reserved  Lot 11 Reserved  12    $9,500  13 $9,500  14 $9,500  16 $9,600  16 $9,600  17 $9,500  18 $9,500  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.  T"  FOR A  COMPLIMENTARY  IWIImIIiE* I  EVALUATION  ON YOUR  PROPERTY,  CALL US ANYTIME.  float* noli NWtrlc M��atur��m*ntt.  MASON  ffO/W  RAY BERNIER  _JM.fcflWUL~  CORRY ROSS  RENE SUTHERLAND  689-9362  EMILIE HENDERSON  889-9381  SUZANNE DUNKERTON  885-3971  TERRI HANSON  "North Vdncoiivor  139 Wett 16lhStr����t  WMtvancouvsr   '  1306 Marin* OrM   Varteouvsr              OTHtrt Offices '             " 5urr��y   ,    3343KlnQtway                     TO SERVE YOU                       10474 \V'U St,  tanoley  , 20385 Frattn Hwy  Powilltlvsr  4726 Marin* Avenuft  .,,. i 11 >"-'*"*''  MEMBER OP "RELOCATION SERVICES CANADA" MFIRRAl SYSTEM  r'  \ r-  ~i  give you  When you char-broil that steak in the  back yard or take a drag on that cigarette,  as many as 200 different hydrocarbons are  formed, some of which.have been identified and shown to be carcinogenic, that  is, cancer-causing.  Many remain to be identified and Dr.  Reg Mitchell, a chemist at the University  of Victoria, is using his crystal ball approach to create them in his laboratory.  Using his knowledge of chemistry,  Mitchell predicts what molecules should  be formed when organic compounds such  as food, oil, wood or coal'are burned. He  creates new molecules in the laboratory  and with the assistance of UVic biologist  Dr. Michael Ashwood-Smith, tests them  for mutagenicity. He then attempts _ to  identify in nature the molecules he has  created in the lab.  ���-.���.^���-i.���.-  'Tm a chemist who likesto make new  and interesting molecules rather than  analyze molecules already present,"  explains Mitchell.  ��� i  "The results of my research may. be in  students' textbooks 10 years from now.  "What I try to do is prepare molecules  that are not only interesting in the  academic sense but might also have some  sort of environmental interest. I believe  this is one purpose of university research."  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Posts  52. Reexamines    -  54. More Sloped  58. Always  59. Half  61. Entertain  62. American Cat  63. And others (Latin)  64. Devil   65. Fem. Name (Abbr.) -  66. One Horse Carriage  67. Succeed  DOWN  1. Cliff'  2. Tropical Plant  3. Strike Breaker  4. Scottish Emblem  5. Lady'of Spain  6. Owner  7. I Love (Latin)  8. Wlndov/Part  9. More Stable  10. Horse Coverings  Crawler  27. Dear (Fr.)  28. Mrs. Chaplin  29. Deity  33. Consume  .Smoothly  34. Warmth  35. Ye' ; -  English Tea  Sfteppe   36. Pattriet .  38. Weeds  39. Encircles^   42. Photograph  Makers  43. One of Three  46. Pote  47. Gratify  48. _Crawled     ���  497 Mutlcal  50. Artlclei    ,  53. Adam's Son  55.. Places  56. Isaac's Son  57. Monsieur  Levesque  60. Sheep Cry'  sponsored UVic study of aquatic and  marine pollution. His role in the project is  derivatives that are in pesticides and in  the water.  MIn. the laboratory I prepare  hydrocarbons that are .not only new but  have unusual properties from a basic  .academic point; of/view," he explains.  For Imperial Oil, Mitchell \ is syn^~  thesizing some potentially mutagenic ahd  carcinogenic hydrocarbons.  "Creating molecules in the laboratory  is an approach thathasheen successful for  us in the past," says Mitchell. "We used  this method in our research on the  -pesticidermethoxyehloiv'J   . What is the point of creating these  molecules in the laboratory?  making samples available, to biologists  and microbiologists "we might better  understand the mechanism by^which  tumors develop.".  About 770 hydrocarbons formed from  burning organic compounds have already  been identified in nature. Some are car-  jjnogenic while others with very similar  structure are relatively, harmless.  While he points put thai none qf us can  avoid breathing.in some hydrocarbons  Mitchell is philosophical about it.  "It depends on how you look at it," he  says. "If you don't die of cancer you'll die  of something else. There is no way of  fl^eingyourselfcompletelyfrom-danger^-  "You could say 'I'll never eat another  barbecued steak', but you can't stop  road ensures that you consume some of  these compounds in fumes from passing  cars.  "From the backyard burner to the  burning of petroleum, hydrocarbons are  formed and exist in the atmosphere. It's  something we all have to live with."  TflitcheineelaTthat by preparing and~ breathing. The very fact that you cross the-  Does Your Club or Group Report  Its Activities Regularly to The 'Times'  MURRAY'S GARDEN  & PtTSUPPUES  Alaska  "M0R BLOOM"  For Your Hanging Baskets ���  Promotes Blooming  886-2919  Lower  Gibsons.  ��tv��K * .��i ��<��*!.> l *-*-* .1.     �����<->.. ... .S>-  Clean Up Vow Act  Pitch-In  HB CORDON AGENCsK LTD.  30 Years - Cowrie St., Sechelt  SECHELT BOULEVARD  Waterfront style, architect designed arid meticulous craft-  tmanthlp In this tpaclout two bedroom home. The four main  rooms are orientated to the touth facing view over the Gulf.  Everything you wanted In a home la 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'thlrty five. For  your private thowlng call John Wilton,  MARINE DRIVE-SECHELT  VERY SECLUDED WATERFRONT ESTATE  WEST COAST CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECT  HOME. 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ONur  $QQ*8  mW-mW   SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY / SALE ENDS JUNE 18/79  KftSTJVR  7x35 WA  INOCULARS  Wide angle means vertallllly for  spectator sports, boating, hunting, etc.  INCLUOISi CA8I  AND CARRYING,  STRAP.  uNLti  $0_|S8  60  STORES  WITH SERVICE  PERSONALITY  ,�� The Peninsula Times Wednesday, June 13,1979  ,���  _ .        L -'���,*:"���" J_$wJk&*i J T>  %  Empty lot owners pay for clean-up council decides  .Owners oi untidy vacant lots in Gibsons  could-be^(^rged^{orjhe_.expense;_of_a  village work crew's time to clean them up,  a recent meeting of the village council  decided. "' 1  CoMdlwasrapmdi^  : reading to an arrears and delinquent taxes   taxes from eight per cent to 12 per cent per  bylaw to raise the interest rate on overdue   year.            ��� .f {s,'<  from Mrsi M Flockhart that the owners of  empty lots around her have let the blackberry bushes and grass overgrow.   One lot only a few feet from her home is  so overgrown that the "lush growth has  buckled my fence to where I am in danger,  should the brush catch fire," Mrs.  Flockhartjgrote^uva letter to coundL  iTISiVOT NECESSARY  -�� .���  to leave The Peninsula  for MemonalFlIheral Services  Why deqJ with strangers when the Peninsula friends are always  available to give immediate service 24 hours a day  GIBSONS MAYOR_Lorne Blain was   Ontmo, from June 4-7. Suptt con- left to right are; Mayor Blain, A.J.  among the mayors and other elected   ferences are held regularly for Carter, alderman, Salmon Arm, Mrs.  t)ffieidsHrom-aeF0SS-GaRada-^*o���?]***** nffirials tn atari: them to their M.T. Casilo. alderman, Victoria, H.L.  attended a conference conducted by   responsibilities in emergencies and Prem, alderman, Port Edward, Mrs.  Emergency Planning Canada at the   help them plan to offset the effects of CH. Wright, Abbotsford, B.C.  Federal Study Centre, Arnprior,   disasters in their communities. From  Council approved a motion to contact  Mrs. Flockhart for" the names of the offenders, so they can b^W4_rnoLJLtheir.  premises .are not tidied up, they will be  billed for the time it takes the works crew  to do it.  In, other business, council agreed to  anoirTJigHand^Helicbpters to use~the~  Gibsons-Sechelt Municipal Airport for a  lee^of^WhpeTrmijntfrTetr^  beginning of the company's operation,  provided the company fulfill MOT air  safety requirements by erecting a temporary fence around fuel barrels and post  cautionary signs.  Also, council agreed to inform them the  village will not be responsible for financial  SeWtrtf t&C StUt^HC &L44t  liability, damages or injury occurring  because of negligence.  Council introduced and  gave  first  Two new logging regulations passed  OQ  This message is from our great little, mascot, "Tim Berdpys". who  has really lived up to his role of being our Good Luck Charm! And it  goes out to a group of people who seem to be overlooked when  programs are printed arid publicized each year. But Tim Says.  "Yoost hang in dere, folks. Veil dew batter naxt yar"! And who is  this little group? Well, Tim would like to name them, for without  their contributions, there would be no cash to present along with  trophies and our show would be the poorer. \\(  | / // /  for it. Here they are:      ^TSt - \N^5^5^//  Weldwood of Canada Limited.  L. & L. Lumber [North Shore Ltd.]  MacMHIan-Bloedel Limited  British Columbia Forest Products Ltd.  Jackson Brothers Logging Co. Ltd.  Percy Logging [Jervis] Ltd.  Sechelt Inlet Barge Co.  Shannon Industrial Supplies Ltd.  Wrights Canadian Ropes Ltd.  So from Tim, the Loggers Sports  Committee, and our Community of  the Sunshine Coast ��� Thank You for  supporting Your People I  ��� Carl Chrismas, John Hindson and  - the Loggers Sports Committee.  The Ministry of Forests reporfs"two  new regulations relating to forestry  operations in B.C. have been passed by  order-in-council. One deals with contractor clauses and the other with small  business enterprises.  Forests Minister Tom Waterland said  the primary purpose of the contractor  regulation was "to ensure that independent contractors will have an opportunity to participate ih the harvest of  Crown timber."  He said the province's new Forest Act  requires that half of the Crown timber on  tree farm licences be offered under contract. To conform with the new  requirement, a number of TFL licencees  ���will -have-to increase-or-expand-present-  contractor agreements.  In addition, a contractor clause will be  included in Forest licences, a new tenure  which will replace timber sale harvesting  licencesandsome timber sale licences. The  level of contracting required in each  Forest licence will reflect the past practices of the licence holder, and wjll range  up to a maximum of 80 per. cent.of the  timber harvest from the licence   DO YOU REALIZE THAT  has now has  REGULAR & UNLEADED  GAS & DIESEL FUEL  FOR SALE?  We also fake care of your car's  lubrication needs & tire problems  at our re-opened Shop.  We are the local BCAA  SERVICE FACILITY & any  handle any TOWING.  If you don't have  a BCAA  membership,  we'll sign  you up.  Dining  with a  difference -  inside or out!  Enjoy the flowers  while you dine on our  beautiful patio.  OUR DINING ROOM  is open on our summer  schedule.  TUESDAY-SUNDAY  LUNCH: 11:30- 1:30 P.M.  DINNER: 4:30 -10 P.M.  SMORGASBORD:  FRI., SAT., SUN.  '6.00 ADULTS  \ $3.00 CHILDREN UNDER 12  In the past, tbe contractor requirement  on tree farm licences could be met through  "full" contracts, covering the complete  logging operation, or "phase" contracts,  covering only part of the operation, or a  combination of both. The new regulation  stipulates that 70 per cent of the volume to  be contracted must be removed through  "full" contracts, while at the same time, it  removes the complications which were  associated with balancing of phases.  Waterland stated that the intent of the  new regulation is to give greater security  for contractors, and to put them in a better  position to finance their operations. The  new regulation, he added, calls for a five-  year term for any full contract, and a two-  year-term for phase contracts, if a written -  contract is requested.  The Minister also said he wants to see  industry and contactors work together to  establish a standard contract and thus no  provision for a standard contract form is  included in the Regulation at this time. In  this regard, he noted that for years, the  province's construction industry has had a  standard contract and he claims contractors in the forest industry are also ,  entitled to know "in written form" all  details of their contract agreement.  Waterland also indicated he will set up  a committee to review contractor performance, and in this regard will ask  members of various groups which have .  already studied the issue, to recommend  personnel to serve ori the new committee.  "In the past," Waterland continued,  "contractors have complained they did hot  have access to company harvesting plans  which would assist them (the contractors)  in planning their own operations."  If contractors can't get access to such  plans, the ministry will make plans  available.     " .  With reference to the small business  regulation, the minister explained its main  objective was to provide opportunities for  small operators to have a participating  role in the industry, and for the entry of  new firms into the industry. The new  Forest Act provides for some harvesting  licences to be granted only to small  business enterprises.  The new regulation provides for two  catergories of small business operations ���  one for those without sawmills and the  other for those with sawmills. Sales may  ��� be open to both categories or restricted to  one or the other. The Forest Act will be  amended to allow different categories to  bo specified.  He said a percentage of the cut from  unallentated Crown forest land will be  made available for harvesting by the  small business segment of tho industry.  Provincial Court  A Sechelt pensioner was ordered not to  drive for six months after he pleaded  guilty to driving while Impaired last week  In Sechelt Provincial Court.    Judge J,S.P, jQhnsori fined  Louis  Vlolfaure the minimum $50 and  lengthened the driving suspension after  Vlolfaure said he was living on a pension.  Kevin Paul was fined a total of $70 for  driving without a valid driver's licence  and passing on a double-solid lino.  Stephen ��Iohn Farrell was fined $600  and given six months probation to attend  the impaired driver's course after he  pleaded guilty to impaired driving.  I  BUCKtEUP  EVERY  BODY  Seaview Rd., Gibsons  DAN DEVLIN, Director  886-9551  HONEST  co*oi*  VALUE  99  InAKuHKlRL   Imperial, 3 Ib. blocks ....  APPLE  JUIvt   Harmonie, 48 oz. tins f *f  MUSHROOMS   Co-op, lOoi. tin,... fc/      L  vOsTlstt   Co-op, Reg. 11b. bags 7~777_m  SALAD DRESSING ?��^^*V*  WkM ___x________m___\____    Pampers Disposable  DIAPERS   Toddler   Fleecy   .....box   ��J��<KJ  FABRIC SOFTENER 32>2.15  ALUMINUM FOIL $"0" '1.19  PAPER TOWELS S3'1.19  CHEESE SUCES ft?    ; *1.99  JELLY POWDERS ������#* '...,...'..      4/$1.00  69*  SOFT MARGARINE ft?"  LUNCH MEAT  Swifts Premium  12ox.   *1.19  .......... ...2/89*  BEANS with PORK u^"an,.0,"crock2/93*  PEASC"P  14 oz. tins.  FRUIT COCKTAIL  APPLE JUICE 5un""  14 oz. ..  Aylmer  15 oz. tins  10 oz. tins.  BATHROOM TISSUE'SST.  HOT DOG RELISH Ek'  12 oz,  ASPIRINS S.  HAIR SPRAY   Sudden Beauty ..,;   FEMININE NAPKINS ST.& M��"*"  VITAMIN C TABLETS �������:  GLASSES rp7n *1.49  ��� I|t�� Consumer Wide Mouth QQC  BMsWsl \m\\w ^s"'     Ia I  i ��� i t < i ��� ��� ��� ��� i i ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� i ������� tint   ^p^-W  SHAMPOO   Earth Born   59*  3/'1.00       A��sl%sf  2/95*        AmsIiV  ���rt$1.49  bo�� $3.29  99*  ���a.  PRODUCE  COLD  Y.llow  SANANAS  CATNEL0UPE  RADISHES & GREEN ONIONS  ,29��  2/*l����  2/39*  FROZEN FOOD     m,f    Aft  FISH STICKS Rupert 14 ��l box    JLitrtf  Henry's  BAKERY  DATE & BRAN MUFFINS g pak  WE SELL BLOCK & PARTY ICE  DON'T FORGET OUR FAMILY ALLOWANCE CONTEST.  ' We Reserve the Wghf to Umlt Quantities    ,  __^* 'l*"* M9Wi* ("a��f**tv#��'t-*f "%**  Lower Olbsons, 886*2522  STORE HOURS:  Monday thru Thuriday   :W__ftJ��S��'��lWW^��Mrt.����iaW'^^)^W��tf����*l. -'If .��,WJ�� ��'.'*.������".!.��'I-'.h. ,*.M^Jl,..  _>..   .,.--?...  ,,.[-.., ���  ... .......  -,,.:.:  rrVaay     ,,���,.,.,   ,,^crtiifeefi*-s*.'"i'��,fsvr��'i-s.t i-<��"..�����'�����'������ 11 pm I..  Sunday!   Prices Effective June 1317  .*>  I ���*fytfC* ft*}"'*'**'  t\ fi.fUrf.Qmfo,*  Section.C  up  Wednesday. June 13,1979  v Doreen Gregory's net 72 got b^jvjft  -place in the June 5 CLGA Pin Round fi$ie  Sunshine Coast'Golf and; Country ^CJlub  followed closely by Norma Gaines' wM a  * net 73. *     '      -^  PagegT-y  Nine-hole low gross first position%&it-  was  -. ��J  to Isabel Draper with 59.  Second in that event  Huggiht^tir63r--~ -   ���  Tuesday of this week is scheduled; %  round of Captains vs Vice-captains and the  losers were to buy lunch at the clubhouse.  Golf report  V-PVbuj^  unches  By ERNE HUME.  ^e==^nua4==^r^s4deflt===4fs=^3#  -rf -  WATER-SKIING has  beqome  so  popular that many people think skiers  aretheonly-things powerboats can  tow.  Fun alternatives to water skiing  Water skiing has become so popular    be either afront or a backwards flip, and it  4hatmaay^eople4htak^erajure4toe^  -things-powerboats can tow.  But   for   those   not   quite   so   ad-  president Golf Tournament was played'  Sunday, June 3. The President's t<  proved to be the winners, but the Vi ^  presidents had the pleasure of paying f6r'  bpth sides' lunches, owing to their lowly  efforts.  The 24 low net players of the ^u^  nament had their names%awn^of6rm;12-, | -  two-man teams to compete in the Calcutta  Sweepstakes-which will be played this  year on June 17. . ���,  The money pot from the auction this  year realized a surprising su of $1,700A  The first four teams will collect 40 pej  cent. 30 per cent, 20 per cent and 10  Buy any 3 ilFGoodrich Tires at  the regular listed price and get a  cent. The bidding for the favorite teams  If the present trend to "Hot Dogging"  or "Freeystyling" catches on with water  skiers as it has with snow skiers, you're  going to be seeing some exciting displays  on your favourite waterway this summer.  Here are the three primary hot-dog tricks,  with variations on each one as indicated by  the Allied Boating Association of Canada:  "The "worm-turn", sometimes called  "the tumble", looks like a big bad spill, but  the skier effects a near-miraculous  recovery and comes back up on his skis.  The trick, say the skiers, is "to roll over on  the water with your shoulders, keeping  your skies high and dry.  The "Daffy" and "Double Daffy" make  _ uae_ofJheJaia]Lxakejoju&j^  skier flies offtEe~ wa^lSrihTIuW^na"  extends on one leg completely straight in  front of him. That's the "Daffy". With the  "Double Daffy", the skier does a mid-air  split, then recovers just in time to make a  graceful landing.  The "Wake Flip" is perhaps the most  dramatic hot-dog trick of them all. It can  venturesome, there are other alternatives Foved very excitog and speculation as W  to water skiing that can be just as much the eventual winner is being keenly  fun. awaited.  Try aquaplaning. Take a board about The teaxas are busy practising and  twofeetwideandsixfeetlong-Fititwitha' sharpening  up  their  game for  their  rope towing bridle and a comfortable hand backers and the onorhonor of being a  rope. Now you have an aquaplane. It's winner.  somewhat easier for beginners to master There is still room for many ne^  than a pair of skis and can thus help en- members to join our activities at the  courage newcomers to get to the point clubhouse and on the golf course. Why no)  where they will feel able to try water skisrHoin now? j^  Another device that can give a lot of fun _A, _group_ of_ six  Squamish  golfers  is the "flying saucer". Simply a round journeyed to our golf course for an inter  piece of thick plywood about three feet in club match. The Squami&h team were  diameter, it's sort of a cross between an very  impressed  with the beautiful  aquaplane and skis. As it can be turned surroundings and  the perfect  golfing  lund-and-around inJfae-wateLas-yjQU-^weamerof-me^Sunshine-Coast.-       speedfalong on it, some amusing capers  can be cut.  If you look around in marine stores and  catalogues, you will probably come up  with two or three things that will make  your boat produce even more fun for  everyone in your group, regardless of age  or physical dexterity.  A return match is being arranged at a  later date.  Use 'Times' Adbriefs  to Sell, Rent, Buy,  Swap etc.  WORLD SALMON FISHING CHAMPIONSHIPS  v_  in GOLD, TRIPS  1  �� W  10 Entry Forms  for only  $12  All net proceeds  to VARIETY CLUB  (Tent 47) Charities  J  The 1979 B.C. Salmon Derby fishing area  includes all of the inland waters from  Rock Bay (Seymour Narrows) south to  Sooke and the U.S.A. border, across to  White Rock on the mainland, up to the  northern tip of Stuart Island (not including Bute Inlet orToba Inlet).  JULY 1  SEPT. 3  1979 (INCLUSIVE)  PRIZES GALORE! LOOK WHAT YOU CAN WIN I  HIDDEN MYSTERY WEIGHT  '25,000 "h  Predetermined  weight between  5 and 28 lbs.  Official ticket entry kits are available  aa of JUNE 18, 1979 at all Super-Valu  stores In B.C., Marinas, Variety Club  (Tent 47) members plus the following  ticket outlets...  Army & Navy Stores  VANCOUVER. ��� NEW WESTMINSTER  M you roqulro Information or assistance In  chartering a boot during tha derby. , . write:  B.C SALMON DERBY  .    BOAT CHARTERS  2600 Nolson Av��.,  Wast Vancouver, B.C. V7V2R7  or Call: 926-9734  PLUS ... CUSTOM CHEVROLET BLAZER, Trips to FIJI,  AUSTRALIA, COSTA RICA, MEXICO, ALASKA, BOAT,  MOTOR, COLOUR TV ... even a $500 SHOPPING SPREE.  LARGEST SALMON  * 10,000 LVo  PLUS...30 other great prizes Including Trip for 2 to JAPAN,  18' Boat, Motors, Appliances, Sldq of Beef, 40 bpnd CB.  Radios, Ladles Seiko watches, fishing equipment, Floater  Coats...and much more.  WEEKLY bRAW PRIZES  There will be a draw made every week during tho Derby for  8 weekly prizes whloh will Include an outboard motor, $500  shopping spree, 40 band CB. Radios, Seiko Watches and  moro.    .  OFFICIAL RULES: Each catch must be witnessed and the weigh-In must also be witnessed at a  Marina, Charter Boat or Offlcal weigh station as outlined In the official rules and regulations  folder.and Prize,List which la contained In the $12 entry, kit. MQurrentB,C,fl8hlnfl regulations  apply. Participants keep all catches and may enter fish In other derbies or club tournaments.  \  For further information and literature contact...  d��\>�� OMUmv/r* ucnu I  DELTA'S RIVER INN M^'lN^^ 1C7  278-1241 (local 160)  no ex1?.*  "COST!  I ALL SIZES AVAILABLE  *s�� _______  than j  **  ��  I  m  m  Radial T/As  4 Ply Polys  2 Y~7< f' -. ^  Belted  all terrain recreational  vehicle tires and        ***^  light truck tires  No trades... all sales final  MasterCharge and Visa Cards accepted or use OK Tire's  exclusive "60 Day, No Interest" plan.  ACT NOW TO SAVE!  Sale ends June 30,1979 ���\ ���  Wedne$day> J un$ 13  - -  CHANNBL' 2   CHANNEL 4  " CHANNELS  ���-, CHANNEL ty  ;-   {CHANNEL 7~  -   CHANNELS   -  ~- CHANNEL 9-~  -CHANNEL-11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00  Summer   Un.  All My Children  Days of  News  News   >            .  ���News  ' Daytime  News  Donahue  All My  13:30  Search for Tom.  Confd.  > Our.' Lives  Ida Clarkson  . As thei     '    ',  Alan Hamel  Programs  Adam-12     >  ���Cont'd.  Children  1:00  Today     "\  1 Life To Live  The Doctors  Marcus Welby  World Turns; '"  Confd,'  Discontinued  Movie;  Love of Life  Vancouver  -1:30 -  Cont'd,   Edge of Night-  -Cont'd  -���-   -  - Another���World-  -Confd. =   -Guiding Lignt  -Adam 12-  -for -Summer   -Night���   -All-in-Family   -Cont'd.,-���   2:00  General   .  Conf d. .  School Broad./ -  Take 30 .-*-��"  Confd.  Another    ' 7  -  Creatures  Wives 6f Pat.  , Confdi ���  2:30  Take 30  ' Hospital    "  .Cont'd.    ,  ; M.A.S.H.    -  World", .  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Sesame Street  Cont'd.  Mr. Rogers  Electric Co. ���  Munsters -  Gilllgan's Island.  I Love Lucy  Dick Van Dyke  Funorama  Brady Bunch  I Love Lucy  Andy Griffith  Spiderman  Bewitched  News  Confd.  , Page C-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, June 13,1979  WATCH FOR THE BIG CHANGES-  COPPING'S CAR TOWN SALES LTD.  -885.32817-. __   1. __���    Wharf St., Across from Legion.  Attend  the Church  of  your choice  CHRISTIAN SCiDENCE  Service and Sunday School each Sunday  at 11:30 a.m��� Wednesday Evenings 7:30.  All in St. John's United Church,  Davis Bay  "7 "Phone 885-3157. 886-7882,  Sechelt P.O. Box 1514  UNITED CHURCH  9:30 a.m.���St. John's. Wilson Creek  11:15 a.m.- Gibsons  Use T/mosrAdbridfsfoSel/f Rent, Buyt^wapefe.  News  Confd.  Mary T. Moore  Bonkers  Confd.  Confd.  Horseman  Riding By  Confd.  Cont'd.  Seattle  Match Game  Confd.  Confd.  Movie:  Lawman  Cont'd.  Mary T. Moore  Newlywed Game  Joker's Wild  News  Confd.     >  Angie  Stars on Ice  Studio See  Dick Cavett  News  Stepping Out  Bewitched  My 3 Sons  Andy Griffith  Bob Newhart  Newlywed Game  Dating Game  Joker's Wild  Tic Tac Dough  $2D,O0O  Pyramid  Family Feud  Vancouver  Confd.  8:00  8:30  9:00  9:30  Mork & Mindy  King Kens.  Edward VII  Confd.  Mork & Mindy  Angie  Barney' Miller  Carter Country  Hizzonner  Comedy Theater  Quincy  Confd.  Without a Gun  Confd.  Hawaii 5-0  Confdi  The Waltons  Confd.  Hawaii 5-0 "  Confd.  .  The  Waltons  Cont'd.  Live It Up  Soap   Nova  Cont'd.  Prime of Miss  Jean Brodle  Donna Fargo  Marty Robbins  Dolly  Pop Country  Crosswits  Merv Griffin  Confd.  Confd.  10:00  10:30  11:00  11:30  Dallas  Cont'd.  National News  Night  Final  20/20  Cont'd.  MgTJBC  U.S. Open Golf  Innocent &  Damned  News.  Tonight' Show  Barnaby -  Jones i  News '  Confd.  ttiny Graham  Confd.  News  Late Movie  National  Geographic  News  Cont'd.  Soccer'  Confd.  Cinema B.C.  Musica Tejana  News  Dating Game  Chico & Man  Gong Show   Upstairs/  Downstairs  On the Buses  Late Movie  Confd.  Confd,  Nana  Mouskourl  The Innocent  & Damned  Sports Page  Confd.  Fridayr^une 15  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL ff  CHANNEL 9  12:00 Sum. Unlimited All My  12:30 Search for Tom. Children  1:00 Today 1 Life  1:30 Confd. to  Live  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  Daytime  Programs  Discontinued  for Summer  CHANNEL 11  ���New.s  Adam 12  Movie:  Town Tamer  CHANNEL 12  Donahue  Confd.  Love of Life  All In FamUy  CHANNEL 13  All My  Children  Vancouver  Confd.  2:00  2:30  3:00  3:30  Edge of Night  30 From  Bob  McLean  Confd.  General  Hospital  Merv Griffin  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Movie:  My Father's  Mr.  Dressup  Broad.  Bob McLean  Confd.  Confd.  M.A.S.H.  Dinah  Cont'd.  Another  World  Confd.  Movie:  This Island  Confd. Wives  of Pat. Confd.  Cont'd. M.A.S.H. Confd.  Popeye. Match Game Family at War  Fllntstones Gong Show Confd.  4:00,  4:30  5:00  5:30  This is Law  Mr. Dressup  Part. Family  All in Family  $6,000,000  Man  News  Confd.  House  Confd.  Make Me Laugh  News  Sanford & Son  Price ls Right  Confd.  News  Mike Douglas  Cont'd.  News  Confd.  Earth   .  Confd.  $6,000,000  Man  Sesame Street  Confd.  Mr. Rogers  Electric Co.  Munsters  Gilllgan's  Island  I Love Lucy  Dick Van Dyke  Funorama  Brady Bunch  I Love Lucy  Andy Griffith  Spiderman  Bewitched  News  Confd.  6:00  6:30  7:00  7:30  8:00  8:30  9:00  9:30  News  Confd  Mary T. Moore  Inventors  Confd.  Cont'd.  P.M.  Northwest  Muppet Show  All In Family  Challenge  Jazz at  Casa Loma -  Oper.   Petticoat '  Welcome Kotter  Movie:  Initiation of  Confd.  Confd.  Seattle  Hollywood Sqs.  Confd.  Confd.  Incredible  Hulk  Confd.  Mary T. Moore  Newlywed Game  Joker's WUd  News Studio See Bewitched Newlywed Game $20,000 Pyramid  Confd. Dick Cavett My 3 Sons Dating Game Family Feud  Oper. Petticoat    News Andy Griffith Joker's Wild Vancouver  Circus Gardening  Bob Newhart Tic Tac Dough Cont'd.  No. 1 IN COLOR TV  Now Open Mondays-Saturday, 9:30 am-5:30 pm  ���SUNSHIN^C0ASTT.V   STEREO ft APPLIANCES  IN THE ������ OF SECHELT  AFTER THE SALE IT IS THE SERVICE THAT COUNTS  885-9816  Cowrio St.  Baseball:  Mariners  at Cleveland  Confd.  King Kens.  Challenge  Jazz at  Casa Loma  Incredible  Hulk-  Dukes of  Hazzard  -Diffrent Strokes  Hello Larry  Dukes of  Hazzard  Wn. Review-  Wall Street  Theatre  Confd.  Movie:  Bootleggers  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Crose tvits  Merv Griffin  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Cont'd.  At the Forum  Confd.  10:00     Across Canada      Sarah  -10:30���Cdnr-Authors- Confd. ���  11:00     National News      News   11:30 '"Night Final U.S. UpeBTioir   Tonight SSow~  Confd.  -Confdr-  News  Wonder  -Woman-  News  cont'd1.  Dallas Rockford 5 Red Herrings News Justice Eddie Capra  -Cont'd:  Files --  Confd. -   - Dating Game      "Cont'd;-"  " Cont'd;  News News Austin City Chlcofi^^n____jaj:__in_House SpoctslPage  ~tatg-Muvlu   I Cont'd. ,        Cont'd. OOrig   snow Late Movie Confd.  Saturday, June 16  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00  Sports  Weekend  U.S. Open Golf  Baseball:  Sportsweekend  Space Academy  Feel Like  5 Red Herrings  Movie:  Space Academy  100 Huntley St.  12:30  ' Confd.  Teams T.B.A.  Confd.  Fat Albert  Danoln'  Turnabout  Lady for  a Night  Fat Albert  Cont'd.  1:00 ~  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Ark 0  CIAO  Movie:  Perspective  Merrie Melodies  1:30  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Cont'd.  Film Festival  McGowan  Pygmalion  Confd.  Outlook  Private Life  2:00  Confd.  Cont'd.'  Movie:  Confd.  Movie:   -  Discover  Cont'd.  Tarzan  700 Club   "  Money Talk  2:30  Confd.  - Confd.   ,  Big Sleep  Confd.     . ,.   -  Unknown  You TeU Us  The Originals  Confd.  Confd.  Wrestling  3:00  Mr. Chips  Confd.    ���     .  . Confd.  Golden Years  J  Wilderness,  ^Wresttlng ,  ."Cont'd.      l  Oil Painting  Drag Race  Honeymooners  Confd. ..   0.- .  3:30  Reach for Top  American. .-:   ^Cont'd.              " Senior\Chef-.  '   Sbdrts - ' ">*.'_  Consumer Kit  Championship  Monkees  Gastown  4:00  Movie:  Bandstand^   '  treasure Un.  Marcus Welby  Spectacular  World of  Firing Line  Twilight Zone  Funorama  Theatre ���v - ��� -:  4:30  Damn the  Action  Explorers  Confd. "  Confd.  Sports  Confd.  Confd.  Our Gang  Confd.  5:00  Defiant  Movie:  Sports Legends  News  Discover  Havoc Struck  Confd.  The Japanese  Bionic  Ruff House  Confd.  5:30  Confd.  Scarlet Claw  Cap. Comment  News  Confd.  Confd.  Woman  Child's Film  Global Weekend  6:00  News  Confd.  Confd.  News  News  News  ���Meeting of  Star Trek      <  Weekend  Lively  Country  6:30  Paper Chase  News  Animal World  Chips  Price is Right  Stan Kann  Minds  Confd.   -  Cont'd.  Nashville   -  7:00  Confd.  Lawrence   Welk  Wild Kingdom  Confd.  $1.98 Beauty  B.J. & the  Nova  Hee Haw  T.B.A.        s  Western Front  7:30  Baseball:  Cont'd.   .  Gong Show  Baseball:  Family Feud  Bear  Cont'd..  Confd.  ���������. Movie:  Confd.  8:00  Houston at  Battlestar  Chips  .Houston at  Bad News Bears  Move:  2 Ronnies  Honeys  Hook, Line  Cont'd.  8:30  Montreal  Galactlca    -  Cont'd.  Montreal  Jungle Book  Movie: .  Janis  Dad's Army  Nashville  & Sinker  Confd.  9:00  Confd.  Love. Boat  B.J. & the  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Library of  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Love Boat  9:30  Confd.  Confd.  Bear  Cont'd  Last of  Cont'd.  Congress  Country N.W.  Movie:  Confd.  10:00  Confd.  1'antasy  Supertraln-   .  Confd.  Good Guys  Fantasy  Confd.  Movie:  King of  2nd City T.V.  10:30  Chllds  Year  Island  Confd. '  Donna Fargo  Cont'd,  Island  Sneak Preview  Darby's  the Sun  Sounds Good  11:00  National News  News  News  News  Movie:   Theatre  News  Sign Off'  Rangers  Cont'd..  Sports Page  U.JO  Night Final  Late Movie  Sat.. Night  Cont'd.  of Blood  Confd.  Sign Off  Confd.  . . Late Movie  Confd.  Sunday, June 1.7  CHANNEL 2  CHANNBL 4  CHANNIL 5  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00  Meeting  U.S. Open Gplf  Baseball:,  Terry Winters  Movie:     .        *��  Good Newa  Prevln &  Movie:  Invasion  Jerry Falwell  Cont'd.  100 Huntley St.  12:30  Place  Confd.  Mariners at  Show Biz  Hand In Hand  Jim  Swaggart  Terry Winters  Pittsburgh  of Star  Confd.  1:00  U.S. Open Golf  Conf d.r  Confd.  Cleveland  Emergency  Cont'd.  Sports Special  Wn. Review  Creatures  Faith 20  Confd.  1:30  Confd.   '  Cont'd.  , Cont'd.  Movie:  Wall Street  Movie:    .  P.T.L. Club  Movie:  2:00  ��� Cont'd.  Confd.  Americans  Movie:  Confd.  Hallelujah  Another Choice  Clancy  Strce( Boys  Confd.  Our Relations  .2:30  Confd,  Confd.  Cont'd.  A Fine Pair  Confd.  Trail  Great  Confd.  Cont'd.  3:00  Confd.  Confd.  Sportsworld  Confd.  Emergency  Confd.  Performances  Movie:  Confd.  Laurel & Hardy.  3:30  Co. Canada  Issues, Answers  Confd.  Cont'd.  One  Cent'd.  Grand Jury  Man Called  Morris Cerullo  Wrestling  4:00  Hymn Sing  Directions  Confd.  Hymn Sing  National  Confd.  Confd.  Gannon  Perspective  In Tune  Cont'd,  4:30  Access  F Troop  Great Teama  Tony Brown  Meet the Press  Confd.  Geographic  In Search Of  Question  Period  Confd.  Confd,  Horst Koehler  5:00  News  Student  Forum  Untamed World  Run America  Bionic  Movie:  Global Weekend  5:30  Gallery  News  News  Nows  David Horowitz  Capital Com.  German  Soccer  Woman  Tarzan & Slave  Cont'd.  6:00  World of  Cont'd.  Confd.  News  News  News  Cont'd.  Star Trek  Girl  Guest Debate  6:30  Disney  Confd.  Castaways  Travel '79  Around..Here  Travel '79  Views of Asia  Confd.  Have Gun  Cont'd,  7;00  Beachcombers  Man Who  World of  Beachcombers  60 ' Minutes  Man Who  Confd.  The  60 Minutes  So Story Goes  7:30  Happy Days  Loved Bears  Disney  Movie:  Confd.  Loved  Bears  Life Around Us  Virginian  Confd.         ,-,  Sounds Good  8:00  Charlie Brown  Salvage 1  Cont'd.  Movie:  Family Nobody  All In Family  1 Day at a Time  Battlestar  Wild Horses  Confd.  Donahue's      '  Welcome KoUer  8:30  3's Company  Whafs Up Doc  Wanted  Galactlca  Cont'd.  Speakout  60 M.P.H.  Best  1 Day at a Time  9:00  For the Record  Movie:  Confd,  For ��the Record  Alice  Lou Grant  Theatre  Movie:  Movie:  9:30  Certain Practice  Harry & Tonto  Confd,  Confd.         �� ���  Stock. Channlng  Confd.  Confd.  Probe  Lady  Godlva  7 Times 7  10:00  Creatures  Confd.  Nows Special  Star Trek    *  Moses,  W-5  The Prisoner  Contact  Rides Again  Confd.  10:30  Great & Small  Confd.  Cont'd.  Confd.          Vi  . The Lawgiver  Cont'd.  Confd,  700 Club    ���  . Confd.  Cont'd.  11:00  National Nows  Cont'd.  News  News  News.  News  Sign Off  Confd.  Some Mothers  Sporta Pago  11:30  Night Final  Confd.  Late Movie  Confd.  |. Late Movie  Confd.  Sign Off  Confd.  Late Movie  Confd.  Date Pad  Juno 13 ��� Family Library & Storytime, Wilson Creek Community Hall,  11:30-1 p.m.  June 13 -^- Gibsons Chamber of Commerce Meeting, Gibsons Legion, 8  p.m. '  June 14 ��� Spring Band Concert, Chatelech, 7:30 p.m. Free. Chatelech,  Sechelt Elem. & Roberts Creek Bands, v  June 14 ��� Roberts Creek Legion Br. 219 Bingo, Early Bird 7, Regular B.  June 14 ��� Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting, Wilson Creek Community Hall,  8:30 p.m. For Info call 885-2896 or 886-3394.      : ,  June 14 ��� Secheit Hospital Auxiliary Meetlngrsf. Hilda's, 1 Z:30 p.m. ~  June 15 ��� Community Library, Wilson Creek Community Hall, 2-4 p.m.  Junel9 ���AlAhon.,St.'Alctan's<8>,:inr: f>'      '    "     ,r  June20 ��� RobertsCreekCommohlty Assoc: Monthly Meeting, Hall, 8 p.m.  June 21 ���Western Weight Controllers Br. 47 Rummage Sale, St. Mary's  Hall, Cowrie St:, Sechelt, 10 a.m. -1 p.m.  USE THIS SPACE TO PROMOTE YOUR ORGANIZATION'S EVENTS.  IT'S FREE. CALL 885-3231.  Monday, June 18  12:30  1:00  1:30  CHANNBL 2  Summer Un.  Search for Tom.  Today  Confd.  CHANNBL 4  All   My  Children  CHANNEL 9  CHANNBL 6  CHANNBL 7  CHANNBL 8  1 Life to  Confd.  Llvo  Days of  Our Lives  The Doctors  Another  World  Nows  Ida Clarkson  Marcus Welby  Confd.  News  As World  Turns  Guiding Light  News  Alan Hamel  Confd.  Adam 12  2:00  2:30  3:00  3:30  Kclgo of Night  30 From  Bob McLean  Confd.  4:00  4:30  5:00  ��l 30  W$~  6:30  7:00  Ji3L  T'his is Law  Stationary   Ark  Part. Family  All In Family  General  Hospital  Merv Griffin  Confd.  Confd.  Cont'd.    .  Movie:  The Miracle  so.000,000  Newa  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Confd.  Make Me Laugh  News  Mr, Dressup  Take 30  Hob McLean  Confd.  Confd.  M.A.S.H.  Dinah  Cont'd,  Another  Cont'd,  Movie;  Unguarded  World"1  CHANNBL 9  Daytime  Proorarrn  Discontinued  for Summer  CHANNBL 11  CHANNBL 12  CHANNBL 13  Newa  Adam-12  Movio;  Little Boy  Lost  Confd.  l'opeye  Fllntstones  Donahue  Confd.  Lovo of Life  All In Family  M7  ��fd.  All _  Conf  Vancouver  Confd.  Children  Sanford & Hon  Price la night  Confd,  Newa  Mike Douglas  Confd,  Nowa  Confd.  Moment  Confd.  ���0,000,000  Man  Hoaamo Stroet  Cont'd..  Mr, Ilogarl  Bluctrlo  Co.  8:00  3:30  9:00  9:30  Newa  Confd.  Mary T. Moore  Reach for Top  White Shadow  Cont'd.  wife  Cont'd,  Cont'd.  PM Northwost  liaseba  Teams T.B.A  Confdi.  Cont'd,  IP tt*K  Cont'd,  Cont'd.    .  Seattle  lttlo House  on the Prairie  Movie;,  Alice Doesn't  Confd.  Cont'd.  Chopper Squad  Cont'd.  I0;00  10130  iiiSo  This Land'  Cont'd.  Confd,  ��  oe Story  Live Hero  Anymore  Eow�� . ...  Tonight Show  Little Houbo  on the Prairie  Lawrence  Welk  Confd.  Mary T.  Mooro  Newlywed Gama  Joker* Wild  "While"  .Shadow  M.A.S.H,  W.K.R.P.  New*  Confd.  Whafa My Line  Head. Hunters  .Studio See  Dlok Cavott  News  Fawlty   Towore  Munsters  Gilllgan's  Island  I Love Lucy  Dick Van Dyke  Blessings  M.A.8.H.  Match Game  Gong Show  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Family at War  Cont'd.  Funorama  lirady Hunch  1 Love Lucy  Andy Griffith  News May.  This Land  New*   .  Cont'd,'  /  Lou QranT^  Cont'd.  New*  Late Movie  Cont'd.  Movie;  Alice Doesn't  TfWMoyo?r  Journal  ICuroiio  Cont'd.  llowltohed  My 3 sons  Andy Griffith  Dob Newhart  imsr  Hoy Did I act  a  Wrontf  Number  Tft'wiywe3"G a me  Dating Game    ���  Joker1* Wild  Tlo Tao  Dough  Spiderman  Dewltohed  News  Confd.  Wi  Pyramid  .hilly Feud  Vancouver  Confd,  Crosswits  Merv Griffin  Confd.  Cont'd.  Live Here  Anymore  News  Confd.  When liout*  Come In  Camnlnit Out  Hestless Bea  New*  Dating Game  Chlco tk Man  Oon> Show  UTtlmtUo  Weapon  Dr. In Homo  Late Movie  Cont'd,  Confd.  Movlei  Jennie  IU. 3 ,  ���Cont'd.  Sports Page  Cont'd.  Tuesday, June 19  TJToT  Ui30  1(00  130  CHANNBL 3  "TUT  summer  VL  -J766"  1:30  4l00 "  1  Honruh for Tom  Today  Cont'd,  CHANNBL 4  Children  "ESS"  7:10  ~.^^o7T��ghT  30 From  Uob McLean  Cont____  "this I* Caw  All In Family  CortVd.  Una Life  to Live  !i*0  " New*"*  Mary T. Moore  MiipfioU  Lipchat Line  .flare  Dreed  General  llonpltal  Merv Griffin  Confd.   t.*(T0fl7ftoo  iwt"'"-   Cont'd.  "EonfTC  P.M.  Northweit  Sua Na Na  CHANNBL i  Day* ot  Our Lives  The Doctor*  Anoth��r_World_  "ContU*  Confd,  Movloi   4  Roman Boring  of Mr*. Stone  Make Me Laugh  New*  11:10  Clown  Murder*  cSnfd.  National New*  Night Final  TfajTpy  Cont'd.  Taxi,  T5iyT  Cont'd.  Coni'd.  Seattle  Name Tune  CHANNBL 6  Maws  Ida Clarkion  Marcus  JWelhy   Mr. Dre����ui>"  Take 30  Hob MoLean  Cont'd,  "Satiforti    .    ..  Price U Hlght  Cont'd,  New*  ~fhe Runaways  Cont'd,  Cont'd,  ntariky  At Hutch   "08 Contett  CHANNBL 7  New*  A* tlie  World Turn*  Guiding Light  "confd."  M.A.fl.H.  Dinah  Cont'd.  like "bougla*  Confd.  *���_,��*������"���* "*   Cont'd.  CHANNBL 8  News     '     """  Alan Hamol  Confd.  Adam  12  CHANNBL 9  Daytime  i'rourami  Discontinued  for Bummer  CHANNBL 11  Another  Confd7  Movie:  Tammy &  TO���nFTMTJT  Confd.  Newa  Late Movie  Farewell  ',ufy,JtoVety"TJ'  Confd,  Newa  Tonight Bhow  "ConfdT  &w*edG.m.  Joker's Wild.  "Paper Chaie*  Confd.  Tfaoireioir  Confd.  88,00,0,000  World  the  fir  Dlsao  Tho Clown  News  JSSBSCL  Internecine  News  Confd,  Downright  Patay Gallant  Carter Country  Juit Frmmla  tmI   "  tioiamo Street  Confd.  Mr. Rogers  Klactrlo Co,  W  SKiff'";  News  Late Movie  tireilney  Cont'd,  News  ltudio��e��r  Dick Cavett  Newa  Newamaker*  dfmandy &~TfiT  Oroheitra  TlmejxnjMujHii}  Newa  Adnin-12  Movla:  Bword of  "AITIKIm  Cont'd,  l'opeye  FllnUtone*. __  ~Mun��Tera ~   Gllllgan'*  Uland  1 Love Luoy  Dlok Van Dyke  TlewltulimT  My 3 Sons  Andy Griffith  Hob Newhart  TSfovKsT     *   "~  I'll Never  Forgat What'a  CHANNBL 13  bonahue  Confd.  Lovo of Life  All In Family  TlliifBAlTe*        ~  M.A.tt.H, ~.  Match Oanlio  _aon(j_8hoW  "Funorama"  Jlradv Hunch  1 Love Luoy  Andy Griffith  CHANNBL 13  Children  'AU'M>  Cont'd.  Vancouver  Confd.  nCoHPI   Confd.  Family at War  Cont'd.  Spiderman  llewitchad  Hear Ye! Hear Ye!  PUBLIC MEETING SCHEDULE  Jun* 21 it'  Jun�� 28th  REGIONAL BOARD  ��� Public Utilities Mtg.  -^ Planning Committee & Regular Regional  Bd. Mtg. - 7:30 p.m. ��� Regional Board  Office  SCHOOL BOARD  2nd & 4th  Thursday Reg. School Board Mtg.  Each Month ��� Board Room,  7:30 pm  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  1st & 3rd  Tuesday  Each Month  Regular Council Meeting,  ' Municipal Hall, Gibsons,  - ,7:00 p.m.  (V  VILLAGE OF SECHELT  1st * 3rd Wednesday  Each Month -~      Reg. Council Meeting.  Newlywed VTama  Dating Game  JokerJ*  Wild  Tlo Tao Dough  ���a  .���WsV...  onfd.  | Ronnies  , Movies  Neventh Veil  Cont'd.  batm  " CroMWIta  King Tut  ���20,000 Pyramid  Family Feud  Vancouver  Cont'd.  tssovx.������  l.averne, Shirley  ..JKyrs.,��..��,_,......������  , ��� Game  Chlco A Man  Qong Bhow  Xlpatalr*/  Downstair*  2'*  Company  Late Movie  mi  -rajo-ssr-:  Cont'd,  m.  Courtesy of  Cowrie St. 885-9330 Sechelt  i i 77  Wednesday, June 13,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageC-3  Last week the directors of the Volunteer Bureaus from the Vancouver area  travelled to the Sunshine Coast for a Joint  Council meeting. This monthly sharing of'  -ideas and manpower on such issues as _  publicity, services, workshops and.  education etc. is most valuable for all  bureaus. These people are all really  dedicated to improving the volunteer  involvement and commitment in each of  their communities ��� ours has benefitted  from ideas generated in this Council. The  effort and energy really, seems to be  working. The volunteer benefits from a  strengthened support system and the  community benefits from the newly  .committed volunteers who are recruited  through new programs.  Volunteers continue to play such an  important role in our community. You  make such a difference in so many lives ���  whether it's a"friendly chat, help in the  - ^den,playmgia^ame6f]*��s^oOisiting  in the hospital. For most of us it is hard to  imagine a day being so very long and  heavy upon our hands, or for us to be  unable to complete small crafts or tasks.  But - there are people in these situations.  Perhaps you could help change someone's  day.  Here are some Volunteer opportunities  to consider:  HELP WITH OUTSIDE WORK  ���Volunteer���youth-are-needed-  seniors and handicapped with  to-help-  outside  work and odd jobs during July^uirTAugustr  These volunteers would also be welcome to  participate, or be leaders, in a youth-  oriented activity program in Sechelt  during the summer. The volunteers would  be especially welcomed as participants on  weekend campouts.  TYPIST  A volunteer typist is needed in Gibsons  for part of July and August. This would  give someone experience in typing and in  cataloguing a card system.  VISITORS IN HOSPTAL      ���  Special friends are needed for patients  in St. Mary's. Some would really enjoy  having someone to talk with on such topics  as current events, animajsL document  time to share with one of these patients?  SAVE THE CHILDREN  PROGRAM ��� AFGHANS  Volunteers are needed" to unravel  woollen goods to that the wool can be used  to crochet and knit blankets for the Save  the Children Fund. This could be done in  frontof aW-or while talkingia-a^riendr  _   A jyolunteer -is needed to sort wool  which has beeriTInfavelr^sb that colours  and thicknesses of the wool can be coordinated and distributed to the crocheters  and knitters.  VISITORS IN GIBSONS  Volunteers are still needed to visit an  elderly couple who speak Italian and also  to visit an elderly woman who uvthe past  has so enjoyed many crafts.  Will you be one of these volunteers?  SPECIAL EVENTS  Volunteer help is needed in many  different areas with the upcoming special  events such as Sea Cavalcade, Roberts  Creek Daze etc. If you want to be involved  in your community and find out what's  Sg���taries, spbrtsbr poets VyoucWwrtafiiTy ~Opening, here jsa-perfectopportunity  brighten someone's day.  Having a volunteer read some  favourite authors or play a game such as  blackjack would be important to a patient  to look forward to on a certain day.  An outing would also be a real treat for  some.  Could you take a couple of hours of your  PASSPORT PHOTOS  & CITIZENSHIP  WHILE YOU WAIT  NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY  ���>���">  Sunnycrest  Centre, Gibsons  KITS Comrm  886-8010  SHELTER HOME  Do you have a spare room that on a  rare occasion someone could use as ^a  refuge because of a 'crisis^in their own  home?  At present a shelter home is needed in  the Sechelt area.  Please call the Volunteer Bureau if you  "feel that you could help someone in an  emergency.  DONATIONS  The Youth Program to be run in Sechelt  this summer needs playground and game  equipment. Perhaps there is an extra bat  or ball being unused in your home.  VS. the Community Services Society's  Volunteer Bureaucan help70u, or if you  are aware of airy help needed by neigh-  bours, please call 8853821.. ~~T~  Were you going to call about filling one  of the needs mentioned above - PLEASE  DON'T WAIT TOO LONG 1  885-2283 or     6S2-0213  Does Your Club or Group Report  Its Activities Regularly to The Times?  Sunshine Coast Business Directory  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts * Sales * Service  * Rotor lather Service (or Disc Brakes  and Drum Brakes  ' Valve and Seal Grinding  ' All Makes Serviced       Dalsun Specialists  Gibsons  Phono 886-7919  ECONOMY AUTO PARTS LTD.  Automobile, Industrial  and Body Shop Supplies  CONTRACTORS  HANDYMAN, FINISHED CARPENTER, CABINET  .  MAKER, REMODELLING  WILL   DO   ANYTHING,   CONSCIENTIOUSLY  DONE, REFERENCES  JOB WELL DONE  Call after 6 p.m.  Albert-885-3158  Sechelt  885-5181  1 E.E. [Mickey] Co*  EAGLE FORD SALES LIMITED  4161 East Hasting* St.  North Bbrnaby, B.C.  V3J2J3  Bus. 298-2451 Res. 271-0486  BLASTING    Ted's Blasting ft Contracting Ltd.  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  * Basements * Driveway* * Septic Tanks  Stumps * Ditch lines  ....   Catlfor a free estimate anytime   ,  BB32734      "Air Track Available"      0*3-2385  TEb DONLEY PENDER HARBOUR  i"sb��sisssssssss��sssissss��*sssi��s��s��sss��jmssssssissssssssss��ssss����is����sswsissssssss����  BUILDING SUPPLIES  A.C. RENTALS ft BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  All Your Building Needs  Madeira Park Phone 683-2589  HAROLD PEARSON LANDCLEARING,  * Roads     ,  * BASEMENTS  * Landscaping  885-9580  RAY'S TRUCKING  Gravel * Fill * Dralnrock  SERVING PENDER HARBOUR  885-5260  ��� . ,.,.... .*..^W.JftAJNS|��ORT.....  ft BULLDOZING SERVICES  CLEARING. EXCAVATION-TRUCKING '  Complete Slto Preparation  Murray Warman HeHmoanBay  885-5648  J,B, EXCAVATING CO .LTD.  886-9031  Dump Truck ��� BacMioe ��� Cat  Waler, Sower, Drainage Installation  Land Clearing '  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-5392  JOHNDENHAM? ���"'/  Building ft Remodelling  Box 16 B4, Sechell, B.C,  CONTRACTORS (cont'd)  ALLAN CRANE & DRAGLINE SERVICES  DRAGLINE OR CLAM BUCKET WORK  PILEDRIVING * WHARF CONSTRUCTION  any beach or breakwater  |ob quoted on ��� free of charge  sJFROM THE LAND OR WATER  Lome Allan       936-9082 anytime  R.W. (Bob] Rogers  Coast Insulation Company  886-9297  INSULATION ��� INSTALLATION  Fiberglass Batti Blown In Insulation  RESIDENTIAL (Now ft Existing Houses) A  Commercial  COMMERCIAL PRINTING^  Business Cards, Wedding IhvlTaH^ntj,  Letterheads, Envelopes,  Raffle Tickets.  PENINSULA TIMES  Phone 885-3231,  I ^  PISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  Port M*H<>n to Ole's Cove .  Tel 1886-2938 or 886-9973  * Commercial Containers Available  ELECTRICIANS  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  ��� Residential & Commercial Wiring  ��� Pole Lino Installations  - Electric Heating  Ron Sim 885-2062  HEATING  Rick Sim  CB. CONTRACTORS  Complete Building Insulating  Interior & Exterior Painting ,  Roofing, Shakes & Apshalt Shingles  FREE ESTIMATES  885-9272  ROBHAGAR  Electrical Contracting  RESIDENTIAL ��� COMMERCIAL  Eves: 886-9261 Days j 886-2756  FLOORING ��� CABINETS  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  Kitchen Cabinets  Specialists In Remodelling  886-9411  Showroom In Twilight Thoalro, Gibsons  KGNDeVRIESftSONLTD.  FLOORCOVERINOS  CARPETS ��� TILES ��� LINOLEUMS ��� DRAPES  OIBSONS A SECHELT  886-3424  CARPETS ��� CABINETS ���FLOORING  SHOWROOM AT SEAVIEW PLACE  886*2417 922-2017  SECHELT METAL PRODUCTS  ��� LTD.---- 7l   GENERAL SHEET METAL  Domestic, Commercial, Industrial heating  and Air conditioning,  885-2466.  REFRIGERATION  V  LANDSCAPING  SPRING SPECIAL  ROTTED MANURE from EAST DELTA  ALSO FINE BLACK TOPSOIL  PHONE 576-1870  EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING  and  GARDEN MAINTENANCE  For an ever-blooming garden  fruit tree pruning  WILLIAM BORAGNO     Free Estimates  (Bango) ' 885-6033  BILL ROBERTS  REFRIGERATION AND  AIR CONDITIONING  SALES ft SERVICE  To storos, offlcos, restaurants, ft marine  GOV'T CERTIFIED TECHNICIAN  883-9461   _ 883-264B  RENTALS  SECHELT ORIENTAL LANDSCAPING  Landscaping * Pruning * Shaping  Willie Tokohoshl  Call after sl�� 885-9890  ALEX'S LAWN ft GARDEN  MAINTENANCE  FRII ISTIMATIS  085-3377 after 6 p.m.  PEST CONTROL  PIED PIPER COMPANY LTD.  BONDED PEST CONTROL SERVICES  call Paul M. Bulmen at 434-6641  7061 Qllley Ave. Burnaby  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS ft EQUIPMENT RENTALS  Scaffolding, Rock Drills, Power Tools,  Automotive Tools, Pumps, Generators,  and Compressors  Highway 101 883-2585  at Fronds Peninsula Road  ROOFING  ROOFLAND ROOFING PRODUCTS  Your One-Stop  Roofing Supply Centre  886-2489  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  "'   Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Olbsons, B.C.  886-2700  SALES ft SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday, B:30 am to 5:30 pm  Friday evenlnq by appointment only  GOOO____M-S_79  ��'��� '"-. "'.��� ���;(,--���*>���?,-  \  I I T  \..,7\v>k>  I^TWBER^T^XAEL  ���'7^' *  tt*,,     ^tog^w^e^fcersri   rx,.7^>.  PageC-4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, June 13,1979  WHERE CAN YOU GET A GOOD DEAL ON - TUNE-UPS, BRAKES,  ELECTRICAL REPAIRS, PARTS & SERVICES?  . ��� Uhtprturiately this reporter was jiriahte j: [^re^are t^ lose twb, other (ValuaMe7^ i.i|r  tamake the trip into Vancouver^ JuneTS, < $eratf#s in the nea*Juture. The Dave   ���      -  but attrhy itfoririants.ad^emptwas .Mdiarensfare;leavingvfor .Vancouverh 7  m^ enfoyjaMeT^^  Drive; the Bus went;$rectlywjParkandj. ^ihjorceitithejri&tlnfe on June 21 s>  -Tilfprd-Gardi3hs^��fter4eaving ^e.ferry^-^jthadt-wetiear^^ve-iWm.a^heai^Sendioif ,:.  They .were .inspired for the, many! new   ^ ^jsj. ;them  luck  in their  new  Varieties of roses in a, rainbow;bf Rotors. . g^o^dbigsl     '*���-?*   x        4/\  '^^flft��f^X^M^ " fWe are also asked to show up in goo*'  Marigolds as.tooijghin.embroidered num^ to fte tunchedn to We.held  :%^^QjHes^oJhe^pleju^  T| ^OUveaearwabletoWalkwiththebest., Wttu^i^riwvKb**^  COPPING'S CAR TOWN SALES LTD.  885-3281   Wharf St.,  Across from Legion  " Does Your Ctu^pr^rol^Reporr~^~  Its Activities Regularly to The Tlmesfl  From,the Gardens the party returned  to^ark Koyalw^ere they dispersed to the  .various ca!es7toj?rtake_of lun*._As_they  came out, they were greeted by very  heavy rains, so instead of going to Stanley  Park they proceeded to the Conservatory  where they, could be inside, but. also an  interesting spot to visit. I am also in-  !��_JQrmeiL that^e^singing^tmJBhie^eiujTL^.  joumey^was^)f=sucluLcalibre=that=some^  members are anticipating invitations to  appear at Carnegie Hall or "The Met". It  was a worthwhile trip.  The Executive met the morning of June  5, and as the first; item of business  authorized the payment of sewer hook-up  fees and. instructed that the necessary  arrangements be made to ascertain the  costs involved in; making these connections. While Dave Hayward is going  away shortly on a visit to Britain, and  while we will be on summer recess and,not  holding meetings in July and August,  arrangements are being made to continue  Garden Tours under the guidance of Henry  13raperrMbreinfoHiMtion-onthi8^score-at-  the June meeting on June 21.  Treasurer Ivan reported a healthy  financial position. Membership at the time  of the meeting stood at 307 with 37 of these  to a bus-loa&p^Seniors frorifcDelta. Let's  give them a wlrm welcome and show that  this is truly, the Sunshine Coast.  Don't forgel your y  daniadown  T meyear unders���  luxurious down or qon-aliergenlc Dacron II Just shake to make  your bed jn seconds and use With a Daniadown washable sheeting cover in a bnflht mix match colour, Contact us tor a colour  brochure and the nam* ot a. dealer near you ���  daniodown quilts ltd.  Vancouver, B.C  ^VeaffrO^Quality^servi  SUNSHINE INTERIORS  886-7411 or 8864023  CLENDASASARAn '  WHAT YOU GET is egg all over your last week. Partners who catch the  hands in this test of throwing and fresh egg take two^e^rufther apart"  catching skill parents and teachers until the distance is so far that the old  tried at Pender Harbour Sports Day egg just goes splat in the hand.  COME STAY WITH US  at ENGLISH BA Y near STANLEY PARK  in beautiful downtown VANCOUVER  TOLL-FREE   800-268-8993  1755   DAVIE STREET   VANCOOVeR-Bre;-V6G 1W5  TELEPHONE (604) 682-1831  ENLARGEMENT  N*W'�� ��� ffMt  . 9^W^wmmwmw  r*l"   flHPi|   sv^m^^s^^mpillsfVP  oofor wtlMTfMnvntt ff  your favorite o��*or  ptotiirM. MM hurry,  fnlw *MmI IMflW'ttMJf Until  *** tf/Ttrit fMir  Wfm DttKr,  ���TOMS  WITH ������RVICi  ^r^T PMtONAMTY  .71  ffiwE  8864010  WISTIRN ORUG MART  PRICES EFFECTIVE UNTIL  JUNE 17th��� 1979  MART  SecheK WestetTvlfoig Mart  Trail Bay Mallf  Sech*tt88JP833  Gibsons Western Drug Mart  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre,  Gibsons 886-7213  f The<G.arden, Cojrher  Gapd  are  but  By Guy Symonds  ��� "And what is so rare as a day in June    the^gg laid at blossom time, so thatis the  then, if ever come perfect days". time to catch him. A really bad feature of  This month has always provided in-   this chap is that the pods look perfectly all  spiration for poets, and in a very real way  most gardeners are poets, albeit generally  inarticulate ones. Very few gardeners can  follow the lead of the chap who wrote  "When June is come then all the day -riL  sit with my love in the scented hay". In,  this highly mechanized age he would  probably find' himself and. his , loved  chewed up by a hay conditioner or rolled  up ih a ball by ahay baler rpachine,-  The pressure of getting out the garden  is ending and how we face the legions of  pests, the study, of fertilizers" and, as  always with farmers and gardeners, the  planning for the seaon ahead. ^; X_  But befor&;we go onio those it would be  Wednesday^un^3^9J9  The Peninsula Times  Page OS  ,   KQK, AAOORBY, KOWBLUK $ CO.  CERTIFIED GENERAL ACCOUNTANTS  .���_JQHN W,JV\OOJ?BYf C.G.A. -Resident Partner���  BUSINESS-885-3511  ��� Residence - '885r2498'  a good idea to pass along a reminder about   one indeed.  the treatment of :m^bulbsithat7ashoft7. 7<With this,'warning, goes one about  month or two ag^gaye7us sucha beautiful storageo* pesticides. Here the point to be  .Spring and upon: which .we * will- be - ins.de, again, with all emphasis possible, is  depending for another miracle next year, to keep them locked away and out of the  The first point to be made is ��� on no   reach of children. Proper -���������"��� *��  right but all the time he is msidewreckihg  the contents.  The other pests are, far too numerous to  mention individually and anyway a list of  iliej��_is_printed_on Jhe label of any commercial pesticide container. But one point  must be made with all possible emphasis,  and that is that pesticides are by definition  deadly poisons and dangerous to man  unless^ proper precautions are taken. So  the message is read the directions on to.  container very carefully and follow the  instructions implicitly. If they say wear,   m appreciation for the equip-   presented St, Mary's hospital ad-  WiiS"'ISfS; taiHSLSSS   mentthe Alexander family donated to 'ministrator Nick Vucurevich with a  M^iJ^Su?S��S^e^ nurses-ioarr-cupboard, vice-^OO^chequHor-the-Marr-Alexander  fbiLigDPmgjl^wanung can. Be a terrme   petaj^^=^=^^  Registered Nurses Eleanor Weston ,     ^  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SALES & SERVICE  885-9816  Ask about our  "Package" deals.  IN THE M OF SECHELT  w Open MONDAY - SATURDAY, 9:30am - S:3P  /l���#ftf #fCf#  _____\_\Z> Mark of Quality  APPLIANCES & TELEVISIONS  account may. dead flowers be left on the  stem because then the seed forming  process starts and the energy absorbed in  that is at the expense of the bulb. Cut the.  heads off leaving every bit of green stem  so that it, and the green leaves may do  their job of feeding next year's bulb, If you  have to get rid of the planting to make  room for something else and the foliage is  still green, lift them and put them in a  children. Proper attention to  these two essentials, the directions for use  and the care of storage, can prevent  terrible and unnecessary suffering not  'only to humans but to pets and livestock as  well.  , 7 Finally when the containers are empty  do not throw them into the garbage. Either  burn them up completely or bury them at  least two feet deep. Pesticides are a very  useful, in fact indispensible, tool in our  The China Syndrome ��� a  gripping tale of power  i^Uowirench-untfceverythm^^  An accident at a nuclear power plant is ~  the basis for this gripping ale of power vs.  conscience, produced by Michael Douglas.  Jane Fonda, in her role as a Los  Angeles TV news reporter, is very much  more than merely credible. It's as though  director James Bridges had instructed her  commercials at the end of Fonda's dazzling "action news" coverage at the plant.  Not necessarily: spoon-feeding the  theme by telling the audience that Lem-  mon was a hero, not a lunatic. (We know  that!) A top-notch offering. ��� Stu Goldstein. ���   down naturally. Then take them out, clean  them thoroughly, ahd store them. We use  paper bags with some fungicide dust and  there they sit till planting time next falL  Now to the pest war. It looks as though  ���the heavy frosts of last winter  discouraged the slug population, because  in this gardener's experience hardly a  single one of these little beasts has been  seen. Others however are here in their  usual legions and wreak havoc on young  .growing things ��� mostly out of sight.  Particularly needing attention are  radishes and carrots for both of which the  apparently universal cure-all diazinon is  the answer. Peas coming into bloom  -should-be-sprayed with malathion, I  discourage the pea weevil. This pest enters the burgeoning pea pod by means of  but their abuse-exacts a catastrophic  penalty-  Science is continually busy at  discovering and testing new ways to help  man in his struggle against the forces in  nature that compete with him for his food  supply. New pesticides of lower toxicity to  the rest of the animal world, sterilants to  produce infertile eggs, even laser beams  and sound waves, are being explored, but  for the home gardener the price of success  in growing things is eternal vigilance. And  if he has any ideas about sitting in the hay  with his girl friend he had better realize  that'while he is so delightfully engaged,  thousands of mouths are eating himout of  house and home. r__^______________  Of course, he might think it worth it at"  that!  Tniiritte^1iey~smUenE^^  attitude from a local news anchorwoman  and incorporate them into her psyche.  Also right up there at the top is Jack  Lemmon,  exceptional as the plant  * supervisor who must face the ultimate  .decision of risking his job and security for  thousands of lives. Lemmon's commanding performance' and final scene are  highly reminiscent of the late  Peter  ' Finche's finale in "Network".  Michael    Douglas    as    Fonda's,  cameraman is pleasingly perservering, a!  nice contrast to the newswoman who  would like to save the world but doesn't  want to risk her job in the process.  Screenwriters Bridges, Mike Gray and  ~T^7"Xook^u1)T^Tnte^cteTrihir  lessness of TV, especially evident in the  ���Jane FondarJaxlrtemmonrMichaei  Douglas, Scott Brady, James Hampton,  Peter Donat, Daniel Valdez.  FITNfSS  NOW  Fitness.  It gives much more  than it takes. -  <%_   pamapacno/Tmml*�����  _w__m_mm Th�� Canadian mowmflt for panond HtncM  OFF ALL  HARDBACK BOOKS  AND BAROMETERS  OTHER GIFT IDEAS FOR DAD .  ��� Leather Wallets  ��� Book Ends  ��� Calculators and much, much more  ��� Leather Belts  ��� Pen & Pencils & Sets  0?<uu6eb  iyxce��i-Xontre,-Glbsons  Books/G'ifte'Stationeiy  886-8013 __  LOOK HERE FOR WEEKLY BARGAINS  & SALE INFORMATION.  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WW  UPHOLSTERY*  BOAT TOPS  SPECIAL  ��� VELOUR ���  3 colon only  '1295 per yard  while stock laiti  886-7310  GIBSONS  I Difik WBsssVi  8869255  Remember: "One  Call Does_,  It AIM  No Extra  'CoiTl'o"  You I   "  <f     ,��s%   _., m   >mW:  MM  Mi!  tunnycrett Centre,  Olbioni  S&T - WR ��� Comm-Dev  VHF-SSB  MARINE  electronic;  next to Dogwood  Cafe, lower  Glbtont  CDE & Browning CB  Auth. Dacca Radar Contro  Sunmjc/test1  Stepping  Cente  fat Swtyt/tiHQ  yw'U tutn. tutd.  ^i^si!*-  P PEACH TREE  For all your Cosmetic and  Fashion Jewelry Needs.  Hand, Nail & Footca're AvallabU,  Make-up Application ft Facial dooming  For Appointment  885-3813  Orders  Taken  C&S HARDWARE  885-9713  WICKERS  PICNIC  BASKETS  picture not exactly at thown  "SAW FILING"  ��� CARBIDE TIP  ��� HANDSAWS  ��� CIRCULAR SAWS  1297 Surf Circle, SECHELT  (BERNIE) 885-5485  C��l CANADIAN PROPANE  1    II    1       GAS& OIL LTD.  * Complete line of Appliance*.  * Barbecuei  * Camping Equipment  * Qualified Serviceman  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  Next to Bui Depot'  885-2360  ��� Specializing in Ladlet & Ment|  Cutt 4 Styling.  Coloring,  Blow Drying.  Long, toft, wn��h & t  ~-       wear permt._ _    v-\  .,  Hair Care tor the entlrtl family/  ly Rodken, Jhlrmack & Vldal Sasaoon Products  Secret 1>ecMty ScUok  Open Monday to Saturday  868-2816 Cowrie St. I  CAMPING FOAM  2"-3"-4"  Sechelt BuikUng  Supplies Ltd.  Windsor  Sunthlne Cit.Hwy.  Olbioni.  MOM  THAN  JUiT  >LYWOOD">  L.  S��T4.'WR^C��i��tirti-D#v|  VHF-SSB  IN PENDER HARBOUR  \   MARINE  ELECTRONIC!  \Now open In our 2nd/  \ location at Oorden^  BayMarlne tervlcet]  CDB m\ Drowning CB  Auth. Deem Radar Centre  MADEIRA MARINA  Madeira Park- 883-2266  Buy DAD an  EVINRUDE  He'll like It  ALL YEAR.  883-2315  NEW SUMMER  FASHIONS ARRIVING  DAILY  MADEIRA PARK  MADEIRA PARK  VARIETY STORE  Madeira Park 883-9115  "local Handicraft!  *l��t. doilrtg dt^iiOpm  NIW ��ARS H B��l��fl11  MMbJMMMM  -*  AC RENTALS&  BUILDINO SUPPLIES  883-2685  ���LI IC  **!N#*'i��WWW*,*^''*f*^^ "-  CHAIN SAW SALE PageO*     The Peninsula Times      June 13> 1979  WWII biplane being restored  ^ If you're wondering what happened to"  this long-time Sechelt landmark that used  to be above Bud Koch's Sunshine GM  corner, it has been given the, status it  deserves as an antique aircraft engine in  the Canadian" Museum of Flight /and  Transport.Bichmond. And it's not the only  bit of aircraft nostalgia on the Sunshine  Coast.     ' "     -  ���   Garden Bay residents Wilma land Bill  Thompson have a couple of treasures in  the form of an early WWII American Navy  N3N described as aversion of the Stear-  man.  _. > Bill is-restoring wis oldtimer biwing.  job to its original state as well as helping  build the all-wood frame of the Pedenpole,  ~pride~iof ~the-rl5-member -Experimental-  Aircraft Association.  According to the Thompsons, there are  quite a few home-built Jobs done or being  done on the Sunshine Coast.  ~T TheThpmpsons have beeniar and wide1  in-search.of old aircraft and parts and  came up with the N3N in Mew York. It is  one of only three in Canada and they first  saw^BrthiriK^  restoring," in a movie at ~the~Twilight  Theatre in Gibsons a few years ago.  This will be the float model of the N3N  and the Thompson's biggest problem now  is finding the correct prop for, the float  version. The prop they have is for the  wheeled version. -   Anyone_oftt _ there. -got_an_Arnerican_  Navy N3N float plane prop in their back  yard?  OUR SERVICE DEPARTMENT  IS NOW OPEN! !  Copping's Car Town Sales Ltd  OOtJ"JfcOA Across from Leglo  N3N BEFORE dismantling for rebuilding.  DISGUISED AS Ed(tie^Rickenbacker^Bosch triesout ISBN's cockpitrWe  and the Red Baron combined, Dean   don't think he'd like to fly it just yet.  . ^>.(��* r *<* *.  ^^odey, only  f f ���.�� jhgndfal of peopUrtwowv  '    'mCUtu Syndrome^ ineiute.  ���.  xfW' Soon yon will know.:   '  MATURE  MATURE        Occasional Coarse Language.  So* JACK LEMMON In tho role that won him tho  Best Actor Award at thlt years Cannes Film Festival.  Wed, Juno 13 ��� 8 p.m.  -ThurevJune-l4-=JLp.m, &  Frl, Juno 15���7 p.m. & 9 p.m.  Sat, Juno 16 ��� 7 p.m. & 9 p.m.  Sun, Juno 17���~ 7 p.m. & 9 p.m.  Mon, Juno 18 ��� 8 p.m.  Tuob, Juno 19 ��� 8 p.m.  Phono 886-2827 For starting tlmo  confirmation, shows may bo  oddod or dolotod.  COMING NEXT  "WANDA NEVADA"  SECHELT'S LANDMARK is  no more.  Financial help  for high  school grads  Some new or larger bursaries will be  available to the 1979 graduates to assist  them with their post-secondary education.  These will be presented at graduation  ceremonies.  The Bursary and Loan Society also wish  to extend some assistance to students in  second and third years. For this and  subsequent years (funds permitting), a  bursary will be available for such a  student. ���  Requests should be directed to an officer of the society (eg. Mrs. B. Rankin,  Sechelt) or to a school counsellor by  September 1,1979.  Funds contributed to the Canadian  Cancer Society and allocated to research  are used to build laboratories at research  centres; to pay the salaries of full-time  scientists, laboratory technicians and  assistants; to provide training for young  investigators who, are prepared to un*  dertake a career in cancer research and to  buy essential materials.  HOW ABOUT  SOMETHING NICE FOR DAD?  ��� ROCKING CHAIRS  LARGE WOODEN  DELUXE  ROCKING CHAIR  ���9500  Comes  Disassembled Fdr  or If you want us  to put It together..  WICKER FOLD-UP  ROCKERS '89"  ���12000  SUPER DELUXE  ROCKER  with padded cushions - 1 only  DON'T MISS THIS ONE  Reg. $195.00  FATHER'S DAY SPECIAL  00  RECLINERS  from $159����  SEAVIEW PLACE  ..<(-!w. St" wIL*.*^.!.m.,,,..,, M, ^p Mm. v. ,-���  ..,.., WmW9*W^^m%Vmm\mf ���-  QUALITY FURNITURE  iT-THrPRICE COTTERS"  "We will not be undersold"  We have a good  ���election of recllnert  ���Not exactly at llluttrated  000-5I733  886-2417  "  922-2017   Direct Line  BIPLANE TOP wing Is rtored at TfoompaQn'aaridtekeaup lull widlftoi house  ���] ���'    \  '\  .a _..  THE CHINA SYNDROME is based on  the screenplay f romthe movie of the same  name. It is the story of a near accident in a  thermo-nuclear plant in Los Angeles.   A. "China7 syndrome'Lis-���when���.the  uranium pellet which .powers huge  generators, drops out of its housing to burn  "its way to "China"; Of course if this did  happen, as soon as the highly radio-active  pellet burned its way to ihe water table,  vast amounts of water vapour permeated  with radio-activity would rise to destroy  all life above it. A wide area would become  uninhabitable, and for years, cases of.  cancer would affect those in proximity to,  the accident.  The likelihood of these kinds of accidents occurring is a reality as the Three  Mile Island incident, demonstrated. As in  this story, it was human error at some  point that caused the problem that led to  -merevent=we-aU"tanow=aboutr^====^^-^  In THE CHINA SYNDROME the  problem lay with a careless welding  contractor who had such confidence in his  work that he produced multi x-rays of his  welding job on one weld as representative  of all the others. It saved him a lot of time,  and besides, he was fully confident that his  stainless steel welds would last for centuries.  As the Ventana plant was being built  - and all safety systems incorporated with  back ups in the event of a disaster, no one  suspected that the humble weld in a  water pump could be the cause of so much  trouble.                Th7e~bbolTopens atKimberley Wells, A-  stop him, call in a SWAT crew hoping they  will gun down the PR man whom they say  is mad. In the meantime, plant managers  have managed to bypass the control room  .circuitry..and. start up the. generators  again, thus aggravating the weak weld.  Any second the entire nuclear plant  threatens to blow. 7  It is an exciting ending, one that should  not be spoiled. The movie sounds both  timely and certainly suspenseful. As a  piece of writing, the book just does not  have it ��� few screen plays do. If you  cannot see the film, however, the book  keeps you cuhrent on what is a most  popular topic.  There is the usual stereotypical  characterization! classy, brassy female  reporter, rebellious young cameraman,  smooth but honest PR man and the dirty  industrialists. It is the media representing  -we people against-the corporate biggies^  nothing new there. What is new is the  terminology.  The layperson can pick up information1  about the basics of thermo-nuclear  operation and its dangers. He can also  ���'try on", the dilemma of nuke power  versus other kinds. He can1 ponder over  whether he wants to take a chance on his  future or be nice and cosy now and let the  devil take tomorrow.  . The PR man In the book summarizes:  "Godell was not a fanciful man. His  background was engineering, science and  technology. Yet he could never come into  this place without wondering if he was  looking at a preview of hell."  Weather  Lo.    Hi.  June2.:.%/..  r.. .13.5  June3..:.w...7..;.-..:...14.0  Jufle4 ........13.5  June5 ,11,0  June6 9.0  June7... 8.0  June8.   9.5  ._ Week's rainfall���0.75 cm. June to date  ���0.75 cm; 1979 to date���45.60 cm.  June 2-8,1978 ��� 0.38 cm. June 1-8,1978  ��� 0.38 cm. Jan.-June 8,1978 ��� 63.$2 cm.  Prec.  cm  24.f> nil  20.a nil  16.0" 0.61  19.5 f trace  15.5 0.14  17.0 nil  18.5     nil  mmmammm  mtmmmm  LAWN BOY MOWERS  virt  ^V1 *** *V�� m +  rfrt  ,e<*  .0*  s#*  w>  TRAIL BAY SPORTS LTD.  Cowrie St., Sechelt 885-2168  :^A7fe^i7-^=SunnycrestCentrepOlbson��= 886-8020  ���I  THE PORPOISE BAY picnic was an ice-cream treat, too.  Trips a success  By HANNAH ANTHONYSZ  Two weeks ago, Saturday, June 2, Mr.  Victor Pepper took line kids on his bus  route to Vancouver on a field t^TTSelnp  consisted of a tour through the CBC studios  and going to Stanley Park and McDonalds.  This trip was a success.  Last week, Saturday, June 9, he took  the other kids who did not go to Vancouver  to Porpoise* Bay for a picnic. The food,  games and ocean were great and very  ��� satisfying. This also was a success.. ���<���  team video reporter, and her cocky  cameraman prepare to do a story on the  Ventana Thermo-nuclear Plant. Richard,  the cameraman, prides himself as a  protestor against whatever .cause enjoys  current favour.  Out at the plant during the interview, a  near miss takes place, but Richard  secretly photographs the whole thing on  video-tape. He refuses to believe the  sweating PR man who tosses the incident  off as a "drill".  The corporate biggies get into the act  when they suspect that there is a secret  film. Owner of the TV station and  president of the nuke plant decide to  cooperate. The PR man, an honorable guy  - down, deeprdiseovers-theweld-Weakness-  and tries to close down the plant. Only the  media folk respond to his proposal, so he  enlists their help, first forcing his way into  the control room at gun point.  Plant owners in a desperate attempt to  Walk it to me!  14" COLOUR TV  Admiral  *399  00  3 YR. WARRANTY PARTS & LABOUR  SUNSHINE COAST T.V.  885-9816 "After ** SALE'n's **SERVlCE tiiat counts"  Cowrie st>  m  mmm  m  mm*mmmmm  mm  mmm  Mm  mmmtm  It's Father's Day on  June 17th! Are you  planning anything specail?  Do his chpres? Doing his.  special breakfast?  Anyway! have fun!  Drawn b^  Taylor  Van  Egmand  JUST FOR FUN  A rootter't unruffled, abroad or at home,  Becaute he always carries a comb.  When a thief ��toU hit pig.  The farmer swore,  Then tald, "I've not got  Hahgany more.  (My hog any more.)  Your case It a hard one",  Grumbled the fox,  A�� he pounded the oytter  On the rockt,  Sam tald he would pick me tome lilac*.  But not. one bloom did he bring,  Though Sam't a whole lot of fun,  He can lilac anything.  Jill laughed all through her operation,  Which made the doctor thake hl�� head.  When ot latt he called, "What In creation?  "You've got me In ttltchet," Jill tald.  He Threw her off a cliff,  But It watn't enough.  "That cliff," the told her mother,  'Wat |utt a bluff." <  WHAT'S IT LIKE TO FLOAT?  How do you think It would feel to be weightless; to travel In a rocket ship  without the pull of gravity to hold you and your belongings down?  Astronauts say It is fun. It is like swimming under-water ��� without the  waterl You could lift both feet and not fall. Astronauts must have special  equipment to use while working in space under weightless conditions. The,  slightest push could send them floating across the room or space craft. Their  shoes are fitted with large suction cups. They have special foot holders and  hand holders to use when working In one place for any length ojf time. They  often find their equipment and tools floating around hear the celling. Their  food will float off their plate or spoon before it can get to their mouth, so  theirs plates are designed with special fitted lids.  Astronauts are still testing the effects of weightlessness on the human body  and on machines. They must know a great deal about it and be ready to  solve weightless problems before making long trips Into space.  Drawn by  Michael  Ppolawski  > v  DID YOU BRUSH  YOUR TEETH TODAY?  F1ND-A-W0RD  Try to find the names of all these animals among the letters. Look up,  down; forward; backward; and diagonally.  MAKE IT  Victorian Sandwich  Here Is a special dessert you can make for someones birthday or any  special occasion: " -'���'",    1 ��� two layer cake mix, white or yellow.  Fruit jelly or perserves.  1 recipe of Icing (see side of Icing sugar box)  Prepare cake mix according to the directions on the box. Cool on a rack.  When cool carefully split the layers In half, so that you have four layer*. Fill  each layer with about 1/2 cup of |elly. When you have all the four layers  flllid tfhd flffid tdgelhlr; carefully "Ice your cake and If s ready to serve.   *  whale  turtle  dog  pig  rabbit  tiger  camel  bird  cow  cat  horse  snake  toad  ���  Drawn by  IE^S5l��flMw.aitt  mmmmmm0m0*mmm0mmwmmmmwmmmmmmm  i  mimmmmmmmmmWmwmmmmam  i  r Wednesday, June 13,1979  .-Clk>rCiJf^K^K^>r��5p.  ANNIVERSARY  going to be  for 3 days:  JUNE 14th  JUNE 15th  JUNE 16th  gifts for  GRAD" at the Peach Tree  YOU'VE ALL heard the story of the  picture of the Three little Hams who   Harbour school's sports day last  Three Little Pigs who got their house  got caught in a net at the Pender   week,  blown down but now you have the  TREE  885-3813  Deserted Bay report  By JENNIFER HOPKINS program was-an enjoyable one,  {no-  Well, I guess you heard the Grand   classrooms-wise) we can hardly wait for  ^erung^TOS^switched7fi^flttTJunr2(Ho the���summer vacation^  13, so this week was dedicated to the clean       We would like to thank ChateleclT  up of the camp. Junior Secondary for the sports equip-  Landscaping was done, also the steps   ment. We are going to have a badminton  around the camp were painted and the   tournament sometime next week,  buildings were cleaned out. Considering       Hope the parents and guests enjoy  the weather was not so good the first two   themselves at the Opening^See you there,  days we did an excellent job in getting the ~  outside work done.  The Indian Arts and Carving people got  their work almost finished, and their  carvings and painting will go on exhibit in  the Grand Opening.  The final projects that we are doing for  our school work are almost finished, so we  are getting our school work finished off  also.  $25,000 is raised  in student Milk Run  Body Corsages  * Wrist, Ankle, Waist &  Shoulder Corsages  * Hairpieces  * Silk & Feathered  Corsages available  * Resin Roses Stickpins  d^ ���Placeyour  orders as early  as possible  What on earth could cause 150,000  people to pour into the streets of B.C.,  cover 13 km, and come panting across the  finish line to donate a total of $25,000 to the  Mejyiere=an4w^rj^ig^^ oLBjdtish_Columbia_|  in just two hours?  The "Milk Run" . . . there has never  been an event like it. April 25 marked tbe  beginning of something beautiful. '"'  The B.C. Federation of School Athletic  Associations put it all together, the B.C,  Dairy Foundation supplied milk for  everyone, and over 6,000 children served  by the British Columbia Lions Society for  Crippled Children will reap the benefits.  Of more than 280 schools that participated in the "Milk Run", including  local schools, it is estimated that the  average rate of participation within those  schools was an incredible 90 per cent! At  Comox Junior Secondary the participation rate was as high as 250 per cent  because the whole town came out in force.  Saturday, June 2 at Swangard.  Stadium, Rick Mark (President of the B.C.  Federation of School Athletic  Associations) presented a cheque to Paul  Gauthier (Timmy) and Tom Tait  (Provincial Easter Seal Chairman) for the  "amount of $25,000.  It was a tremendous contribution from  B.C.'s students who, in the process of  helping their peers, made sure that  everyone got out for a day of sun and fresh  air and really felt good about it.  The funds raised will be used to support  the ongoing projects of the B.C. Lions  Society for Crippled Children which include 118 Easter Seal Buses, 3 Easter Seal  ANN-LYNN FLOWERS Camps, Easter Seal House and Direct  Cowrie St.,        _M_��_.QA__5       Patlent Care Services.  SECHELT  EXQUISITE BOUQUET  Sunnycrest Centre, oo_> QOOO  GIBSONS OWyUA��.��.  I  Clean Up Vout Act  Pitch-In  GIBSONS TRAVE  Sunnycrest Centre, Olbsons 886-9255  7w Al Your Mk% & Tmt H<**t"  BOOK NOW  FOR NEXT WINTERS HOUDAY  Avoid Disappointment  Abo Ask About Our  Very Reasonable DOMESTIC FARES  Hanrest  ji  TOMATO JUICE  PRUNE NECTAR  79  $1  SAUD  PINEAPPLE VI  Alens  FRUIT DRINKS  $1  TISSUE  II  I. 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