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Array ��� _, ----Xy-,  ' .?Mk. ^jh_hr^._____^-^L.  'W7  -��� A ._  New council forming to  give Indians "rightful  The Sechelt Indian Band took part in  u1e^bofig-naTC35unc^ conference  at Prince Rupert last weekend with Band  Councillors Anne Quinn and Stan Joe  attending together with former chief  Clarence Joe, Sr.  It is proposed that an Aboriginal  Council of B.C. be formed from the 25  tribal groups as well as the major Indian-  organizations in the province. Indian  organizations with representatives at the  conference were the Alliance of Indian  Bands (of which, the Sechelt Bank is a  member), United Native Nations, the  Native Brotherhood of-B.C. and-the-Ujiion~  of B.C. Indian Chiefs.  The~Aboriglitelj^jind| of B.C. isiajbg^  compf-sedof 33 native Indian people7each  representing a tribal group or a political  organization.  It is also proposed that the Aboriginal  Council of B.C. be registered as a leg^I  society in order to ensure proper, acr  counting procedures and control of funds.-.  it   is anticipated   that���the hasio-  -NOT-A~SEIJVBlMPIN��4og^M^  bJlm^c_<tei|tf^^^  ">ai^e^gi^ed_-_5-^^  educational and organizational work will  take place-over ihe first-.year. This  proposal is only for the first two years of a  process which may well take five to ten  years to complete. It is proposed that the  federal government provide 50 per cent of  funding requirements, the province 30 per  cent ahd the Native Indian people the  remainder. Funding would not be to fund  Serving the Sunshine Coast   (Howe Sound tp,Jervfs Inlet)   including Port Mellon   Hopkins Landing   Granthams Landing   Gibsons   Roberts Creek  Wilson Creek  Selmo Park   Sechelt  Halfmoon Boy   Secret Cove   Pender Hub   Madeira Pork   Garden Bay   Irvine s Landing   Earls Cove   Egmont  Phone  885-3231  26 Pages ���20c Copy  J.ARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 17 - No. U  KCrl  FEW ANCIENT Bella Coola mortuary figures are left, but one stands  guard over artifacts in Elphinstone  Pioneer Museum. See feature story  by Helen Parker inside.  another bureaucracy  ^dianpeopleinrB^^reairimportanfr  part-of the makeup of this country. We  always want to be." But, in our present  state, we may be prevented from taking  our rightful place. This proposal presents  a plan whereby we as Native people can.  improve our present standing with the cooperation and assistance of the federal and  provincial .governments," a band  statement has said.  "The| success ��f this proposal will not  only bririg us all closer to resolving the  Aboriginal Rights questions, but it will lay  the foundation for education, awareness  and organization upon which Native  people can build their new place in B.C.  and Canadian society."  ��chelt Band already  has control sought in  Act policy  new  _mPt  TIMBER  celebrations  Sechelt Band councillor Stan Joe said revisions have been made in response to  last weekend, in response to a news story growing  Indian  movement  intent   on  that Canadian Indian bands will be given a reasserting Indian sovereignty,  form of self-government through a major "The Sechelt Band has already had  policy change by the federal government, these powers for four or five years. Under  that the local band already has much of a section of the Indian Act, we have had  this control by having its own financial control over our own finances. It's as  authority. simple as that," Joe added.  "This band is one of the only bands in "We are one of the only bands that has  Canada that has this much control/' Joe done   it  by  negotiation,  man-to-man,  said. without firing bullets or having a small  The federal proposals are contained in war," he said,  a confidential memo to Cabinet revealed "The Sechelt Band is trying its damn-  by CBC recently and reports say the ���See Page A-3  No special treatment  for Gibsons developer  Gibsons  council   cannot   treat   any and sewer taxes on the company's North  taxpayer different from another, Mayor R<*. tot8-'  Lome Blain said at the regular meeting       Since ^ property has been promoted  May j5# for sale for only six months, Crosby  .    ' .....      _.',.. .. requested the exemption for 1979 taxes.  And,    t s part of the, gamble any       The viUage was informed by the B.C.  developer takes,   Aid, Lorraine Goddard Assessment Authority that owners of two  saa" properties are appealing their 1979  These were the replies to a letter from assessment. ,  K.A.  Crosby  one  of  the  owners  of       Clerk-treasurer Jack Copland told   featured Ron the Qo^rn and dancers.  Creekside Park Estates, Ltd., requesting council in one case the appeal will result in   See D section inside for two full pages  the village to waive parcel tax for water an Increased assessment. of photographs.  "Fair wage not a four-fetter word"  ' Pensions possible strike issue as  PM millworkers start talks May 28  "The company says profit ls not a four-  letter word and we say a fair wage Is not a  four-letter word either and that ls what wo  aro asking for," Port Mellon pulpworkors  unions president Steve Wand said last  week In outlining tho agenda they wl|l be  taking to contract talks In Vancouver May  28.'  Tho local head of tho Canadian Pulp-  Man dies after  truck accident  A 23-year-old man is dead following a  single vehicle accident on Wakefield Rd,  early Sunday morning.  Manitoba was thrown from hi�� I860 Ford  truck when it failed to negotiate tho corner  and rolled.  Mclntyre died later In St. Mary's  Hospital.  J.^W''l^   ��   <-  #^?h^��( '< ,   .  t*iU>    >MV ; ���>  ��3JWlW  (   >  *'*t*\i  >X Mfmmt Xw ����7*n.     ^wtEicBrr^     j\h w .  PROUD MAMA Harriet has done it help from Hector, who thought he was easy on the lagoon between Ruby  again, but the care and feeding of five doing his protective duty by attacking Lake Restaurant and Ruby Lake  cygnets would be difficult Without   the photographer's big toe. But life is   Hotel,  Wprtd class pianist here  1 t .',.���������  in Countryside Concerts  workers Union members, at a Gibsons  press conference Thursday, gave several  priorities they would bo bringing before  Canadian Forest Producta agents Including a 15 per cent across the board wage  Increase, each year on a two-year contract, shorter work year, shiftwork Increases of five per cont on tho afternoon  shift and 10 per cent on the 12 to 0 a.m.  shift, continuous operating payment up  from 16 to 50 cents per hour for tour  workers who'aro on tho job around tho  clpck.  A cost of living*adjustment clause  {COLA) HnkOd to the B.C. coitturhor price  index, tl-ne-and-a-half for all hours  worked on staff holidays, accumulative  banking of overtime Instead of wages so  workers can take longer periods off and  -tieiptiraunmnptoyin^  more people work, and welfare, dental and  pension plan Improvements were mentioned.  On the latter point, pension!,' Holland  said they want workers to be able to retire  early, possibly at ago 60.  "Some workers who have been at the  mill for long periods are now only  collecting In pension about |9 for every  year, they worked. We've got to bring that  up," he Bated.  '" ['  He added that some workers who had  been there 40 years and retired before the  June 1,1975 date under tho previous 1066  plan aro getting loss than $100 month In  pension.  "Wo wont to double that," he said.  "Tho company Is sitting on X number  of millions of dollars (In thebciision fund).  Wo want to administer that jointly with the  company."  "The pension demand could bo a strike  Issue If wo don't got what wo want,"  Holland said.  Bald they are not asking f era shorter worfc >  day even though they are one of the last  unions not to have a shorter day.  "We want a Bhorter year. We want  ���See Page A-fl  Judith Kcnedl Peleg, pianist, wiy be  featured in the next of the Countryside  Concerts series of artists to be held Sunday, May 27 at 2 p.m. In Elphinstone  School. Tho program will fcaUire works by  Mozart, Schubert, and Chopin. There will  be refreshments after the concert. Tickets  for the aeries are still available.  By SUSAN ELEK  It has been my experience that ono can  hoar a hundred superb pianists but be  profoundly moved by only one or two of  them; Our next artist In the series, Judith  Kenedl Peleg, la this kind of musician who,  can communicate tho essence of music to  her audience in such a meaningful way.  Tho Toronto Dally Star said of Miss  Peleg "this young lady can become ono of  the world's great artists,,, this Is surely  Elphie Band Concert  The Elphinstone Students' Band will be  featuring two guest bands from Vancouver  Island aa they wrap up tholr Island tour  w.th�� concert at the School Tuesday, May  2��,at7jmp,ni.AdroiM^li,$il^.��    ��  Port Hardy Secondary School Band and  Port McNeil Secondary School Band are  the visltoM.  Everyone welcome,  hor potential.., (Her performance was)  one not likely to be exceeded by anyone  during our lifetime,"  The Brandford Gazette said "commanding technique, a big penetrating tone  and a capacity for delicate variation. Miss  Kenedl has keen musicianship, an always  thoughtful and often contemplative approach to tho music .., integrity In even  ���See Pane A-3  Senior citizens fight  7 pc SMT bus fare hike  Sunshine Coast senior citizens with the  support of the SCRD board are strongly  protesting on behalf of the handicapped  and general public an announced application by tho SMT bus line for a seven  por cent increase in fares effective Juno l.  Seniors regional council chairman  Adele de I Jingo said in a brief to the board  that "no corwlderatlon in given to tho  senior citizens or handicapped In tho  matter of fares." Sho called it  "deplorable" that protests had to be filed  with tho Superintendent of Motor Carriers  "Tills overriding of any Individual's  right to protest Is appalling," Mrs. do  Lnngo said,  A rates official at tho Motor Corrlor  office, however, told tlie Times Friday  that according to motor carrier  regulations at least a two-week period ls  required after publication of tho notice for  public respepse,, ,,   He said a further ten days Is required  after that cut-off date before new rates can  be put Into effect. Ho Indicated also that  newspaper advertising of on application  In Burnaby by May 22 allowing only one for �� rnto increase was not compulsory  week for submissions after tho notice was and that a posting In tho bus terminal  carried in a local news^ptii'M^iB; would have been sufficient.  She said It gave only the one-week       Mrs. do Longe pointed out to the board  notice with a holiday weekend within that that weekend bus service to the Sunshine  time leaving only three mailing days for Coast was reduced a year ago and that  anyone to make a submission, -See Pago a-3  ������ '   ' ���     ���<       >     . I  I Page A-2  The Peninsula Times:  Wednesday, May 23,1979  Fertilize it with facts  not 'brown-out*manure  If there eyer was solidarity on the   vention tried to amend an7sAVTM  SCRD   board   against   Hydro's   resolution calling for quick approval  H^posed^X&ee.-ye4)--nsmu-r���trans=���ofTtoe-lineJ-^ri^denJti-tsayLpdwer  mission line across the Sechelt   should be brought to the Island in the  Peninsula,;and inrthe:.pastr itrhas; way.."most;acceptable to_people."  appeared there was, it is .coming The amendment was voted down. He  unglued. -;., argued with Olsen at the convention  ��� And the catalyst in the dissolving" that.the line could be added to an  pf the glue is none other than a Hyc^o "existing   power   jcorridor   from  engineering executive, J: Nornian Tsawwassen to. southern VI which  Olsen. ,   ,_ " v*/c        ' :C Olsen said couldn't be done because of  " We reported on the frorif page last technicardifficulties.  week what he told, an AVIM convention in Courtenay the other week,  and area I? director David Hunter  was at the meeting and after what  Eastern Star  *\ ���>  ~      *  ��� j .-,      ,,     - .   .  ladies lauded  *K  EditorTThe Times:  T" ' r"  I wish to comment on the good works of  the ladies of the Order of the Eastern Star,  Roberts Creek, B.C. They volunteer their  time to make "dressings" and do other  good works during the time of the year  when m6st"people~wouTd rather be in their_  gardens or at the golf course:  I found this out quite by chance'. My car  broke down and I had to pull into their  parking area. A charming member, Mrs.  Rankin, got my car going for me again. (  This community is very fortunate to  have so many faithful volunteer  organizations with good, foyal members.  .   Yours truly,  (Mrs.) Bella Burnett  Roberts Creek, B.C.  Scrath-Peaee  homecoming  Editor, The Times:  The district known as South Peace is  holding a "Homecoming Celebration"  from August 4 to 11 to commemmorate the  100th anniversary of the trip through the  was said there he asked the board last  Thursday to "change our view on the  Cheekye-Dunsmuir line." But he  prefaced it with "with all due respect  to^w-iat'sigoingron^hrPender^Haf^  "I told him I didn't believe it.  Technical difficulties could be  overcome. When I put it to him ,he  ._c_ompleMy_-backe-Ldown---HeL7said-it-  was a political decision," Almond told  the board.  Almond told us later he thought  there was a split within Hydro itself  _betweehtti^hy3ro^  .. now I know what it means to be unemployed and running your butt off after a job...'  READER'S RIGHT  St. Mary's touted by health  bour'1 which wasi. if nothing else, at    and the natural gas engineers -and���  least' polite.  He made a motion to review the  board's stand on the line but there  was no seconder.  From the Pender Harbour contingent, long-time opponent of the line  director Joe Harrison- said the  argument for the line is not as clear  as Olsen makes it out. "In fact it is so  unclear that ELUC (Environment  and Land Use Committee of the  provincial government) is making a  study" about power needs on Vancouver Island, Harrison pointed out.  Hunter inferred that if they don't  listen to Hydro's arguments for the  line they "wasted five days and a  helluva lot of money" by going to the  convention. And then Gibsons  director George Marshall seconded  Hunter's motion because "I'd like to  see. the motion op th%,table;"1 Dir.  Charles' Lee who /$Stf /attended  Harrison told the board that night  that Hydro-is having second thoughts  about the line.. He mentioned a story  in Energy File magazine^ where  former Hydro head Gordon Shrum  stated he is against the line. He advocated continued protest 'because  ELUC is doing an energy-needs study  for VI power.  Hunter, however, said that at the  convention "my eyes were opened to  the other side of the story" and added  that "Vancouver Island is in for  brown-outs by 1981 because of holding  back the Cheekye-Dunsmuir line."  The motion to review the board's  position on the matter was tabled  until the results of the ELUC study  are in at tfielrequest (of Harrison.  But the seed of discord has been,  planted in the regional board garden.  ; We trust,th$Ut*   " "   '*''  "until it ciah lie1  minister on hospital spending  district of Dr. George Dawson. As we know  there are former Dawson Creek and  district residents who can best be contacted through your paper, we hope you  wiirpublishrthis~lettein)r lrrsom<e~way"  publicize this event.  The program for the week is quite  extensive, although many details are still  being worked out. Some of the items in-  backed the two up because "in view of facts, independent of political fper-  those facts we should review our suasion, about Island power needs,  position."                    N We hope it does not get fertilized  Dir. Harry Almond at the con- only by "brown-out" manure.  News views  VI  e employees  porter's job hard  By HELEN PARKER  I've always felt attending council  meetings should be as painless as possible,  since many of my working hours are spent  in meetings of one type or another.  But Sechelt council and Its employees  seem to go out of their way to make life  difficult and from talking with other local  reporters, past and present/the situation  is normal. There was even a time reporters refused to cover Sechelt council.  Getting information from the village is  like pulling teeth at the best of times, so  when we (the local media) are informed  that new policy requires us to pay for  copies of correspondence discussed at  public meetings and copies of the minutes,  I get quite Irritated.     ���  This was an administrative decision  made by the new village clerk Malcolm  Shanks. Though council discussed it informally after a meeting, Aid. Larry  The Peninsula^i+neb  Published Wednesdays at Sechell  on B.C.'s.Sunshine Coast  i'y   ���  The Peninsula'rimes  lor Wutttpros Publications I,id,  a I .Sechell, B.C.  Box ..10 ��� Sechelt, B.C.  VON MO  Phone HM5-.12.il  Ol'llce hours: 8:M a.m.  to 5 p.m. Tues.-.Sat.  Subscription Kales: (In advance)  Local, X7 per year,BeyonH .15 miles, $8  U.S.A., $10, OversoniSII.  C'niiiiihiiiiir.s:  Div, 7, Sechell Hleinenlary  Robert Poxnll  VeruGicsbrcehs  Dennis Gray  Maurice Heimlreel  ..........   Robert Kirsch   Marcia Poultice  Mini ie Redman  Bruce Robinson  Guy SynioiKU \   m JMt^��|i A.Jsuga^,,^,,,,   ,.,        Puggy Connor'  ' ,"*:*"��� '" "'"T-rirlsnilWartlsoii'5 '"'"*'"'" **'  Mary Tlnklcy-Shnnnon  T  MacDonald said it was only a discussion.  Also, he said, it should be an administrative decision, not a council  decision. So it should. But I believe it was.  an erroneous decision. The reasoning  behind it is that with three newspapers,  xeporters are taking up the village office  staff's time by asking for copies of information dealt with at meetings.  They are also asking for information  not dealt with at the meetings..I confess I  committed that crime last week by asking  for one-year-old bylaws. It's called  "background material."  Another reason? - It costs money to  copy the correspondence. It costs the  Village of Gibsons and School District No.  46 money to copy its correspondence also,  but when I attend those meetings, I have  the full agenda in front of me,  correspondence, reports and accounts  included. Not so with Sechelt council  meetings.  We sit through those meetings for  sometimes as long as three hours listening  to council discuss correspondence and  business completely alien to us and then  we take up the staff's time and council's  time getting the Information later.  It would be so much simpler to have the  full agenda in front of us. Since few village  residents attend meetings, the cliche *<lt'a  up to the press to keep us Informed" is  probably true.  I still believe there's no excuse for  inaccurate reporting whether unconscious  or deliberate, but all of us have been guilty  of that once.  But It seems to me, Sechelt council la  tho first to cry foul If it has bean .misunderstood or criticized. Making access to Its  Information constantly difficult leads one  with a suspicious mind to think tho village  has something to hide.  And listening to some of council constantly talk around the point leads one to  think thoy haven't done their homework, a  polite way of saying thoy don't know what  they^aro.^lklng^jbiwit, ��� ,., .,���,���,   This Is brie reporter who will riot pay for  the minutes or the correspondence at 30  cents a page, but will keep asking  questions and taking up the staff's time  because I, as much as any one else, have a  pinTtrfthrd^  And, If the staff of two is stfpresaed for  time, pcrhapa It la time to hire one more,  ^ EcL's  note:   A  letter  from  Health  Minister Bob McClelland countering  allegations-that hospital services, staffs ~  and expenditures have been cut.  Dear Hospital Employee:  I havebeen deeply disturbed over the  deliberate falsehoods which have received  public attention in recent weeks. These  misleading statements reflect on the  hospitals and health workers of the  province, and area cause for concern,  among the general public.  The particular points I wish to make  today deal with my government's commitment to the provision of the highest  quality of health care for our citizens, and  I believe that anyone who inspects the  records will have extreme difficulty in  challenging this commitment.  For  instance, total payments to  hospitals which cover their day-to-day  operating, costs have steadily accelerated  ;iinceiittepr^  from; $370 milhon in 1975, to almost $650  million vin this fiscal year. This is an increase of almost $300 million more in just  four years, and clear proof of the urgent  priority we have given to the maintenance  of one of the finest hospital systems in the  world.  In addition, we announced recently that  $25 million has been added this year from  the government's surplus accumulation,  as a special fund for hospitals to meet their  negotiated wage increases and to help  them wipe away past deficits. This has  been added to the approximately $18  million paid out over the past few months  for adjustment purposes, and it is the first  time in the history of hospital financing in  this province that there has been some  legislative guarantee of the alleviation of  deficits and not just hopes and promises.  Our   commitment  also   extends   to"  looking after the future needs of our  hospital and health care facilities, and the  largest  construction  program  in   our  province's, history, $100 million per year  for the next seven years, is presently  underway from one end of the province to  the other. Included among the projects are  major redevelopments at Prince George,  Kamloops, North Vancouver, Sechelt, the  Cancer Control Agency, the Royal Jubilee  in Victoria, St. Paul's Hospital in Vancouver, and the $62 million complete  overhaul of Vancouver General Hospital.  Several new hospitals are underway at  Delta,  Port Moody,  Victoria  and,  of  course, the new Children's-Grace Hospital  in Vancouver with a concept of shared  services and care for mother and child on  site, that Is unique in North America and  will be the pride of all British Columbians.  We hear considerable talk about large  scale staff reductions and cutbacks as  well,   statements   that  are   grossly  exaggerated. Again as an example, total  staff in British Columbia public hospitals  in 1075 was 28,500. Last year, the total  number of staff In hospitals had reached  * 32,000,Tan Increase"of more thian 1,000'staff  per year for the past four years. Wo now  have a ratio In our province of 2.8 staff for  each bed In acute care hospitals.  In addition to this we now have over  11,000 staff in our Long Term Care  program, a program which I believe Is the  most Important new health development  since the Introduction of Medicare and  which lias added. approximately $100  million ovor the past year to our total  health care expenditure.  In summary, I want to re-assure all  Health Care Workers, in fact all British  Columbians,^ that my government's  commitment of health care is unwavering. Last year, 28 per cent of the  government's budget went to the Ministry  of Health, the largest percentage in  Canada. It is no accident, nor is there any  magic formula that British Columbia has  been able to introduce major new social  and health care programs ��� Long Term  Care, Universal Pharmacare and soon  Denticare ��� while others are. forced to  retreat and cut back. No, it is the careful  and steady growth and management of the  province's economic health that allows us  to continue our commitment to social  health.  Yours sincerely,  R.H; McClelland  Minister of Health  Reflections  Whites have no future in Africa  By Vern Giesbrecht  the foot of the Aberdare Mountains, in Mau  and the Stanley Cup finals, current events  in Africa are creating interest as well.  In Uganda, the brutal regime of Idi  "Big Daddy" Amin has ended, after eight  years and perhaps as many as 300,000  deaths. A provisional government headed  by 67-year-old Yussufu Lule is attempting  to undo some of the havoc wreaked by  Amin's bloody reign, while the deposed  dictator remains in hiding, probably in  Libya.  , Meanwhile, the 13^-year white  minority government of Ian Smith in  Rhodesia has given way to a 100-seat  parliament dominated by blacks, who hold  72 of the seats, the first black prime  minister of the country, to be known as  Zimbabwe-Rhodesia, is a slight, five-foot  churchman, Bishop Abel Muzorewa. The  problems he faces are Immense, including  the determined opposition of Patriotic  Front guerillas, charges of "gross  irregularities" by his main opponent in the  recent election, and the difficulty of  winning recognition for the new government from African and non-African  nations alike.  A person who has been following the  developments in Africa with more than  cursory Interest is Lyn Kinsey, an  Elphinstone teacher who taught in Africa  for 5% years in the mid and late-tiO's.  During hla three years in Ghana and 2%  years in Kenya, Uganda's eastern neighbor, Klnsey said, the political situation  was relatively peaceful, although he and  his wife Yvette once travelled down the  Nile In an armed boat that had been shot at  a short time previously during the civil  war in Sudan.  Now, however, he sees no future for  white people in Africa and feels the Dark  Continent has "all the mixtures of an  explosive situation."  One of the problems facing African  leaders Is the "fantastic Intertribal  rivalries" that exist in many countries,  Klnsey said. .   ._. _���tv ,v��i vi_. ..h ^ ,_;.,,,  "This is one of the major problemfiTthe  depth of hatred between tribes ls  tremendous and one never knows when It  will erupt... I was at a girls' boarding  school near1 the Uganda border for one  year and learned that a Klkuyu bar  steward was afraid to walk out to town at  night because he feared being beaten by  members of the local tribe. In another  case, our houseboy refused to eat any food  prepared" by anyone from another tribe  because he feared It might be poisoned."  After living on the Klkuyu reserve at  Alas! Poor Marcia!...  Diseased, floats away  cording to your point of view, Marcia  mmn&mm~mmm:'wrm''  most common or Peninsula diseases t  Terminal Inertia. Since there la no known  cure lor thia dreiuled illneai�� latt Friday  Marcia waijed^oiatj^j^to^i^c^^.,  Virginia Woolf. She wa�� last seen floating  peacefully toward the Queen Charlottes.  R.I.P. Joan Foster.  Milton Obote, a lawyer, was president of  Uganda at the time, and relationships  between Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania  were good, Klnsey said. Amin, then a  member of the armed forces, was not well-  known, although there were charges of  atrocities when members of his unit  helped to put down an insurrection in  Kenya.  When Amin seized power in a military  coup and began his erratic rule, the black  countries comprising the Organization" of  African Unity were often embarrassed,  but didn't jeact publicly, Kinsey said.  "For awhile, Amin was popular  because he 'tweaked the nose of the  British, the former, colonial masters', but  leaders like Nyerere of Tanzania, Kaunda  of Zambia and Kenyatta of Kenya had  little time for Amin. Yet the countries  didn't interfere when the atrocities occurred, Perhaps because they didn't want  to set a precedent, lest the same interference happen to them, and also to  preserve African solidarity."  Amin, who allegedly tossed some of his  victims to the crocodiles, arid set up a  dreaded Instrument of Interrogation and  torture, the State Research Bureau,  reminded KihSey of "Papa Dec" Duvaller,  the late dictator of Haiti.  "Amin had absolute power ��� he ran  an absolute totalitarian state."  The Kinseys visited Rhodesia shortly  after UDI (Unilateral Declaration of Independence;, and found the white  Rhodeslans extremely confident and  happy.  "We have bearded the British lion," the  whites said ... but they were living In a  fool's paradise. Black majority rule had to  come eventually; the handwriting had  been on the wall for years but of course the  white farmers didn't want to give up their  privileged way of life."  Kinsey said his sympathies are with the  .blacks..,,^,.,,.,,,,. ���,..,���, .���.,.,.. ���,��� ���,,. ��� ,..,_,,  "There ls no way that a handful of  whites could or should continue to govern  a predominantly black country."  The immediate future of Zimbabwe-  Rhodesia doesn't look bright, according to  J-lnsey.  "The tribal rivalries are compounded  by different Ideologies, and I foresee  nothing but trouble. Can Mugabe's  government continue against the sanctions of Western countries and against tho  opposition of African ones? It's going to be  difficult."  The Kinseys, whoso African ex-  experiences included travelling to the  source of the Nile and meeting Albert Sch-  , wltzer at this hospital In Lamberene,  Gabon, were Impressed with the yaatnesa  and tlmelessness of Africa and enjoyed the  absence of Western civilization.  "What I remember best is happy,  smiling, friendly people, full of laughter  ��-m& rtyU^" Kin��aya^, 'Tm etW interested In Africa and would love to return  but unfortunately there's no permanent  future for white people there that I can  elude a Horse Rally and a Trail Ride, both  -.oLwJhk-hwill as -Cl_os.ely_as_possible.follow_  the route taken by Dr. Dawson, between  the East Pine and Dawson. These are to be  held August 4 and 5, and we expect about  100 horses and riderewilttake part.--1���  There are also plans for picnics, non-  denominational Church Service, a barbecue, a bus trip to the W.A.C- Bennett  Dam, etc. We have also had a dollar size  coin minted, which will be presented to  each registered homecomer, and more of  these will be available at stores, banks,  etc. Until September 30, they may be used  as legal tender in the area. On one side of  the coin is the head of Dr. George Dawson,  and on the other, one of Dawson Creek's  new modern elevators, depicting 100 years  of progress in Peace River agriculture.  Information will be supplied to any  former resident requesting it. There will  be activities at Dawson Creek, Pouce  Coupe, Rolla and Chetwynd.  We would appreciate any publicity you  can give our centennial celebration.  Yours truly,  ���,'  a>.r. .--^   . ' CW.Popl,  Publicity Cohinuttee.  More of Marcia's  educated  prodding  Editor,The Times:  Why are we permanently reacting?  Why passive instead of active?  Being an individual takes rare courage  and Marcia has been a community  poultice.  I will agree her comments are often  caustic but I have always enjoyed a little  sweet arid sour. I also know she is often  rude, presumptuous, catty and pretty  outrageous ��� ain't it fun?  Must we always be pampered with-  sweet platitudes jand lists of current  events?  I would like to see "Marcia" column  turn into Joan's and continue with her  educated prodding.  An Interested reader,  R.L.Willoughby  Williams Lake  homecoming  On March 15, 1920, Williams Lake  became Incorporated as a village.  Now, In 1970, fifty years later, the town  ls celebrating its Jubilee Year.  People who at one time lived in  Williams Lake,please come to celebrate  with the town and meet old friends.  Although celebrations continue all year,  the highlight ls Homecoming Week,  August 3-12, as exciting events take place  day and night all week.  The Caravan Stage Show Is coming to  town ��� a horse-drawn travelling show  with colorful carnival and musical extravaganza.  There will be a parade on tho morning  of Saturday, August 4, and during the week  there will be class reunions, car races,  trail riders Bhows, dances etc. There will  be a Reunion Garden Party, Saturday,  August 4, at 2 p.m. at the residence of Anne  Mackenzie Stevenson, where old friends  may meet to talk over old days.  Please direct all Inquiries concerning  registration, programs, etc., to: Town  Hall, 450 Mart Street, Williams Lake, B.C.  V2G 1N3, or phono 392-2311.  Old-timers say, "Ono always returns to  Cariboo". Hero Is your chance this Jubilee  '���Year!    Sincerely yours,  Violet Bedford (Miss)  Secretary  Use'Tim**'Adbrlef*  te Sell, Rent, Buy,  Swap etc. MORE ABOUT  The Peninsula Times  Page A-3  Pensions possible strike issue  -Ftom-PageA-l--1--'- -:-.'.r-- ^~r~t-  thi*ee weeks vacation after one year instead of three after three years like we  havejnow.'VHe explained they also, were  demanding, one week, more vacation in  each yearly category, over the first.  ���^bouHtime���offHfor-government-  dedareti-statufory holidays^HoUand said  they want "one more floating holiday each  year. Right now we have five."  They are also asking improvement in  the apprenticeship program to get the  ratio down "so we can train more of our  own people."  And they are calling for improvements  in job security with issues in this category  being layoffs from automation and  severence.  They are also trying to negotiate a bus  service for workers to Port Mellon or a gas  subsidy for car pools that carry over four  " w6rkereT<rthelobTO-Ttl_lr--SJStter, Holland  said the company had called this an  -don't know-what tiiey make but-we know  it's plenty. There are record sales of pulp  and paper. And they have the trading  advantage of the bwer ^Canadian dollar.  They are making a,record amount of  money," said Holland.  iolland IndicatedLhe-waa-hoping-there  Wednesday, May 23,1979  MORE ABOUT ...  _ ��� From_Page_A-I _ _.    -.____���_____  edest to work with the municipal councils,  and regional board. The feeling has got to  comeacfoss that we area^allngwiththese--  ^_t^^r^li^��hml^Km^^f^  Canada's big political parties elected May  22 because it would bring ih wage controls  and he pointed out the union as a group  was solidly behind Ed Broadbent's NDP  party federally:  He also voiced concern for the Port  Mellon company's'hiring policy toward  local people.  "We know their policy is to hire from  Vancouver. They hire a token amount of  local people, and women, and native Indians. A lot of our members haven't been  able to get their sons and daughters hired  togetfierand to~do_Biis_nesstogether;" Tie-"  stated. - *  . The report says the BNA Act gives the _  federal government exclusive authority  over Indians and their land and, the'7  government does not recognize Indian ;  sovereignty. f  The best  response  to  the  Indian':  demands, says the report, is to set up a  system of Indian, band charters regulated <  by a quasi-judicial commission to be ,  called  the  Indian  Government  Com-"  ^ererBut^ehavej��o-way4o^putpressure--'mission.���  on them,-Our attitude had beertyou run-:   -Thelndianbands would have^ a choice  "m^us^ltrrtf ^but Ke stdd^en though lt-^owc  form a government, or fofemain under 1  the present scheme. 7 \  According to the report, the Indian Act...  would remain basically the same except;  for changes dealing with education/land ]  surrender, and band membership.  was a local matter they wanted to  negotiate it as union.   . _  "Our response is we are not overwhelmed by their response. The pulp and  paper industry has,,never made better  profits. They don't make any secret about  -it. Our company ia a private one so we  The 400-member local hasn't had a  strike since the 1975 contract negotiations  when they stayed out three months arid in  1977 negotiations the unions and company  reached an agreement of an overall  package of 13 per cent, union officials said.  "But the cost of living has been going  MORE ABOUT  Pianist here  ��� From Page A-l .  ,-  the most spectacular passages ... a  superb performance ..."  ���Born urHungaryrsbe began her studies-  at age five. When she was 11, she became  ~the~-tuaehtof PauTKadosa at tI-TFfan_r  Liszt Academy of Music, Budapest, in a  special class for exceptional children.  -After seven years at the Academy she  emigrated to Canada where she earned an  Artist Diploma and a Bachelor Degree at  the University of Toronto, studying with  Anton Kuerti.  Her first Canadian appearance became  a sensation when in 1968 she won the  Kiwanis Festival in Toronto and received  the highest credits ever awarded by  British adjudicator Joseph Cooper. She  received several grants from the Canada  Council arid the Canada-Israel Cultural  Foundation to participate in Master  Classes of Guido Agosti in Italy, Geza  Anda in Switzerland, and to study with  Mindru Katz at the Rubin Academy of Tel  Aviv. She completed her Masters' Degree  at Indiana University in Bloomington as a  pupil of Gyorgy Sebok.  Judith Kenedl Peleg moved to Van-  ' couver two years ago after her graduation.  Since then she was given several performances as soloist and chamber  musician on CBC as well as on the stage.  up nine per cent each year. Effectively we  have lost five per cent of what we gained.  So we are asking for a two-year agreement  of 15 per cent across the board because we  know-itVst-ll-going-tokeep-going-up-at-  least nine per cent," Holland said.  The CPU thisr year,- after previous  conflicts, has opted not to bargain jointly  with another major union, the Pulp and  PapW"Worl-^^rCanada^  Port Mellon mill manager Bill Hughes  MORE ABOUT  Bus fare hike  has indicated to the Times they have no  response to the union bargaining agenda.  Pulp and Paper Industrial Relations  Bureau, negotiators for the Company, are  studying the agenda and informed the  Times Friday they have no response until  after negotiations are under way.  ��� From Page A-l  fares were increased about 18 months ago.  She also indicated that with only a three-  hour opening each day for freight and 15  -tninuteopening -t bu-rtime-the-service���|  was marginal and the opportunity for  ~peoplet6~sM~tHel>osl^^t-^  increase was limited.  In supporting Mrs. de l^nge and the  senior's protest, area F directof David  Hunter, said he would deliver their submission in person to the Burnaby office of  the motor carriers superintendent.  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Oven Fresh  POTATO D0NUTS 6s  mm  i_^BBPBBP-hHBH1HI-bH  ��� ���  B CARROTS California, Canada No. 1 lb. 19   5  ��� CARROTS California, Canada No. 1  a BUNCH SPINACH b c Gr.w���  HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLE  Urge Size  3 for oH  ea.  J.I.JL*/  1 ��� ��� ��� ��� i ��� ��� i ' i HI l l in I II I i i n ITT PageA-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May %Z;im  Tl^O^jwiom  ies  By Jeanie Norton, 886-9609  Ho/fmoon Boy happenings  Sawdust^ll  by Mary Tinkley-Sharihon 885-9765  ' After a rainy; overcast afternoon, May/ wishes to advise .all those interested in  17 settled into one of those perfect athletics in the Halfmoon Bay area that  evenings with a calm, unrippled sea and   there,will be a work party at the athletic  the sky behind Thormancy and. Texada  Islands flushed with the glory of the setting sun. It was an evening to make one  , > feel with John Browning that "God's in His  - -Heaven) all's fight with the world". Even-  field at Welcome Beach on Sunday, May 27  at 1 p.m. The survey of the park has begun  and it would be of tremendous help to hav6  the trail slashed around the perimeter of  -the-park.-Volunteers-are asked to bring  vThe Roberts: Creek Ladies' Softball  Team are hot again this year ~?t;hey;re  undefeated after, their first six games of  ���Jthfeseason. This wee-tei-dihey-reJiostihg^-  tburhamentat-Hackett-Park in Sechelt  with five; local teaifos and three teams  from Powell River. Games start Friday  night at 6:45, Saturday morning at 10, and  Sunday morning at 10, and the final game  is scheduled for Sunday afternoon. The  concession will be serving chili and hot  dogs, so make a day of it and come out to  cheer our local ladies as they face some  new competition. <  PARENTS AUXILIARY  A special Parents Auxiliary meeting  will be held tonight at 7:30 at Roberts  Creek Elementary School. Brian Butcher,  and August at Roberts Creek Elementary  School. A co-ordinator will be provided by  the Sunshine Coast'Fitness Service but  -vnlunteers-wilLbejieeded tri help gritti the  -arts- ancbcraftSj-sports,- reading,-beach-.  play, hikes and other activities.  Registration details will be announced in  June.  ROBERTS CREEK DAZE  Plans are progressing nicely for the  second annual Roberts Creek Daze to be  held on July 13,14 and 15. Entry forms for.  the Soap Box Derby are now available at  Seaview Market so pick up a copy of the  rules and specifications before jpmitart  making your modifications on last year's'  model or designing a new "dream  machine". Organizations and.businesses  year. The rules are pretty loose', but if you  haveany questions phone Herb Craig, the  Parade Marshall, at 885-3182.  --It-S-gratifying- to see. the -numberM  people signed up to help with events this  year���4he eagerness to particpate is proof  of thepccess of last year's celebration. If  you want to join in, check the list at  Seaview Market or bring your ideas to the  next meeting on June 6. More details about  that meeting next week.  Walk it to me!  __-<i  ivmapinmai  vno/fmW,  Look for our Ad.  CO-OP AUTOMOTIVE  REPAIR SERVICE  -4 Locations-  WASHERS-DRYERS-DISHWASHERS-MICRO-OVENS  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  SERVICE WHAT WE SEU  MADEIRA APPLIANCES  883-2648  ^e^esidente;who=stayediJlue^-to"4he  _-rincJBal7of^^  television sets watching the Stanley Cup  playoffs were happy,- for the Montreal.  Canadiens were in excellent form and all:  set to beat the New YorkTRarigers. \ ~  But on this idyllic evening, when almost  everybody else was at peace, the crew of a  tugboat towing three scows of sawdust  equipment.  Phone Peggy Connor; at 885^9347 for  furthet-infbrmation.' h vl--_- - .  It seems to be an appropriate time to  develop an atnletic park for there are.  some'fine athletes in the area and-the  ^Halfmoon, Bay.team is afe-present-in-the  lead in the Timber.Days special .events  program. The team has won second place  Advisory. Group, particularly in planning  the curriculum. Claus Spierkemann, the  principaLof Boundary Community School  in North Vancouver will describe the  experience of Bowen Island parents in  gaining more say in the administration of  schoolvtodudingJiiring practices and the  curriculum, It promises to.be an interesting and informative evening and  parents interested in moire involvement in  see somereal^rudgrheats^thiEryearlPor-  further information and advice call Allan  May at 885-5765.  The crafts booths were an interesting  feature of last year's Daze and hopefully  even more craftspeople will participate  this year. Cini-y Kirk is organizing the  -crafts section and you-can. contact her_at.  886-9437 for more details.  Eaton's, Macy's and the Rosebowl  Parades have nothing on our Higgledy  UAUMOON INN  & SERVICES        885-5500  upcbast were tense and anxious. Black  Petit who watched the tow pass his house  during hockey internaission, sawthal;one 'Jn'a^andVoUey ball and John andMae  of the scows had a slight list. By tne ume   p^^g^^ oStealf-  bridge tournament. At the time of going to   attend. Road have been inspired to plan a float ���  press.the team is leading by four points,   ^/ai, of FAME . let's see lots more of those entries this  HERE AND THERE l The, Roberts Creek Hall of Fame has  Ralph and Maria Mahar celebrated   been, instituted to honour outstanding  "thentug-has passed MenyTstendrlie-p:  arrived in the form of a salvage tug which  took the listing scow in tow and headed for;  the sandbank at Welcome Beach. During  the next hour, the list became mora  -pibliou-iBdl-Hmw^^^  scowJumed__over, spillingjts.cargo_which_ *** a supper p^ at tteWmoonlnn  attended by 34 friends and relatives. While  Ralph was born in Vancouver, Maria was  born on the other side of Canada ��� at Port  Aux-Basques,.the most westerly point of  Newfoundland. They met when Ralph wafc  stationed, at Gander Airport while serving  with the RCAF. They were married at  Port Aux-Basques and moved to Van-  cpuver in 1961.      /    x  Bob Ellis has been given an ap-  pointhient as psychology teacher' at Simon  Fraser for the coming year, and will,  shortly be moving his family from Ontario  to Vancouver. Tlie news was received with  rejoicing by Bob's parents, Alex and Hazel  Ellis who-are-detighteoyt-ialrthey will be  seeing much more of Bob and wife Anne  and they hope to spend, quite a bit of time  with their only grandchild, Michael  James.  residentsln the comnfunityrThe selection  of the first nominee will be announced at  quickly spread along the shore. It was  midnight before the tug was able to get the  empty scow free and tow it to Vancouver.  OIL  CONTAINMENT  EXPERIMENTS  Attracting a great deal of interest in  local waters, have been experiments being  carried out by McAllister Engineering.  They had received a contract from the  federal government to carry out tests with  two sizes of oil containment equipment  which they had built for Environment  Canada. Observers from the federal government were present during these tests  which were completed last Wednesday.'  Sets were made off Merry Island with a  "sofitheaster blowing and in the Vaucroft  and Epsom Point areas in order to conduct  thetests with different winds and curents.  Spokesman Ian McAllister assures us that  no actual oil was spilled in these experiments. Peat moss was utilized as it  acts very much like oil on the surface.  ATHLETIC PARK  Laura   Secord's   delicious   "But-  tercruch" and "French Crisp" Chocolates  are back in stock for your enjoyment. ���  ,vHal|mo^J��^y ^rwtj^^mmlssi.Qn. J^^3i^'sl Sectelt-L ,..,.;.. -..^^li-vi  _e Community Association dinner to be  held' in September. Suggestions of  deserving individuals or groups should be  submitted to the committee consisting of  Annie Dempster, Madeline Grose, and  Britt Varcoe.  4  REFERENDUM  Area D Director Harry Almond has  announced that due to procedural delays  the Roberts Creek referendum seeking  approval for a new community hall-  gymnasium project will be delayed until  the fall. }  FARMERS MARKET  A Farmers' Market will be held in the  park behind the Post Office on alternate  Sundays beginning in July. Judy Fitzgerald and Mary Puchalski are.  organizing it and details will be announced  later.    .  SUMMER FUN PROGRAM  The Parents' Auxiliary will be sponsoring a Summer Fun Program for  elementary school-Aged tgds du^jhg, Jfulj[   Use'Times'Adbriefs   to Sell, Rent, Buy, Swap etc.  ���WE HAVE GAS & DIESEL  PUMPS & TOW TRUCK SERVICE.  ��� RESTAURANT OPEN  THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY  HOURS: 4:30 P.M. - 10:00 P.M.  The Clarkson. - 8 mllos north of Sechelt - Hiway 101.  'Come  IGA SPECIALS & VALUES  GIBSONS]  For your convenience  i  The PeninsulaVdtnek  now has an off ice  TABLERITE MEATS  Roasting Chicken  B.C. Grown, Utility Grade   Inside Round  Boneless, Top Cut, Roast or Steak ...  09  Outside Round  Boneless, Bottom Cut Roast dr Steak.  lb.  Tablerlte, ���}! 29  Pure Pork or Breakfast Ib.  Sliced Side Bacon  Smokehouse, Vac. Pack  .   Bavarian Smokies  Vancouver Fancy   FROZEN FOOD  HONEYDEW  ORANGE DRINK QUO  CONCENTRATE 12-1 n 0%..  ��� _^'_**t>^.W���^���>'>tfi���������...,'.  (next to Douglas')  Look for the sign on the door.  Drop off your classifieds  or pay your bills.  SEE EILEEN  or for information call  PRODUCE  B.C. Grown Hot House, Long English  CUCUMBERS  California Grown  CAULIFLOWER  1 ( ��� ,  California/New, White Shafter  POTATOES  ��� ea.i  (t����it*i**��iii  GROCERY  Husky  DOG FOOD  25 o*. tin  Hunt's  TOMATOES   whole or Stewed ..',  Carnation, Medium  SHRIMP 4 oz.  IGA, Unsweetened  GRAPEFRUIT JUICE ��... ......  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COOKIES  700fl  i   i   ���  ���  i  V w/MkMt?^m-4<#''trM 'Wi  # A PENDER HARBOUR CENTRE  MadeiraPark .883-9100  tftf*j*<>**W*V-\ i*��*iM*IM*(  ^��ft-^*^t*^#��^>^w**��W(w^^  ^. df .'w       b^^ ^m^&  I ^JS��*��1l��i*li*l(S!?tl #(*"( rt*S**1*t^f��itf(  "WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES*  ' <3 -  *_J>  r  -Seche/LnotesV  Tourist  '^:*^rIi&^>;i4/-��gii1ar meeting of" the  ; Kfe_^(��|F-Bay^Recreationr Cftr-finiss-orr-  coincided with the badminton tournament  iqr T^erpays Special Events and team  members���,Jej&_Meefor andU-lda Grames  .,.���,,.,k,,-                     ,                         s    ,,                7wjthfFrar&^JwipifBpi- and Catherine  Seventeen tourist, guide$;were\them-,, ,pubUc, as there were long lineujw to view   KeUy7gbt/us sterted with our first six  selves guided around various vacation .��� his slides and look -tfa^li the tel&conT    points. Boh Beaupre, vice-chairman, took  -spote-on-toe-Su-isl_ihe--Coast--cecen-_y^---MOT^  tbe_2haitinihe-absnece-0!  Br Podgier Connor, 8859347  1 .  Half moon Bay rec comm meet  Wednesday, May ZZ. 1979  Tbe Peninsula Times  PageA-5  starting atPowellRiverrthen visiting  Pender Harbour. They-were taken outin-  boats to view the areas by the Sechelt  .Chamber of Commerce who provided  transportation to Lord Jim's Lodge at  Secret Cove for a delicious salmon dinner.  Tyee Airways flew them up and over the  Peninsula showing the many inlets and  lakes for a better understanding of what  comprises the Sunshine Coast.  Jack Hawkins escorted the group to  Tyee and later they enjoyed lasagna at the  Parthenon. In the absence of president  Emma Campbell of the, Sechelt Chamber  lounge;" f;;   TheTpatients and'stafTorst. Mary'Er  Hospital's extended care unit were  hilariously entertained by the. skit "A  Touch of Blight". In the cast Were  Margaret Jones of Gibsons as Alfilthia,  Madeline Grose of Roberts Creek as  Dashing Dandy Dettol, and Faye Birkin  also of Roberts Creek as Byron Bacteria.  Tom Walton was the pianist. They are a  very talented group, of performers and  they were greatly appreciated by theiF  audience. ^  Hosts for the day were the Halfmoon  Doughty, and announced plans for a work  -party Sunday-May 27, at the_playing field  park at 1 p.m., corner of Westwood and  Northwood Roads, the work to be done is  slashing aline along the boundaries of the  proposed park. Tools appropriate for this  work will be needed, so bring along your  machetes, power saws etc. Anybody in-  arranged by convenors Marg Nygard and  -Jerrie Lou Wickwirerand Welcome Beach-  Hall will be the place.  , Plans are underway to combine with  the Welcome- Beach Community  Association to hold" theT annual Country  Fair. Tentative date of July .14 was  suggested by the group. Donna Perry will  j-event-  .   Coopers Green will not be available to  local   people   this   year   so   other  arrangemehtsrshould be made.           ��� This is the first year the Recreation  Commission has entered a team in the  special events. The fun and excitement of  the teams is making it a real delight to  participate. Peggy Connor gave a report  terested in helping with this regional park    on the organization of teams. Besides the  are most welcome., sports events there will be baking and  The  next  event   planned   by ��� the    float-decorating, giving a variety of things  recreation group will be a Pancake Break-   to do so everyone may take part one way  fast for Father's Day, June 17. This will be    or another.  ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING  * of die  SUNSHINE COAST SENIOR CITIZENS'  HOUSING SOCIETY  will be held at the home of Mr, Norman Burley, 1310 Boulevard,  Sechelt        ___     '.'  ._  Thursday, June 7,1979 7:30 p.m.  Does your Club or GroupReport  Its Activities Regularly to The Times?  *^^_S^^^^^i^^ammmmmj^mm.  Ueorge faige: Tne^ourisnpeopTeT-ie-r  continued onto Gibsons to be hosted by  their Chamber of Commerce.  -  SHOEMAKER GONE SOUTH  Well, south as far as Surrey where Wes  and Mary Harrowell wiU itake__up  residence.. Before leaving they were feted  -with several small dinner - parties by  friends and organ enthusiasts. More of the  same was planned,' but Tuesday, May 15  the van came to move out the furniture  and suddenly they were gone. Best of luck  the ladies helping were Mar} Nygard,  " Connie Hobbs, Shirley , Anderson, Pat  Dickenson, Caryn Stelk, with Thelma  McDonald providing the lovely table  decorations of'blue candles with multl-  . coloured���pansies���and���spring���flowers.-  Helping also were children of the area,  Donna and Deanna Nygard, Kerene  Dickenson, Ryan Stelck, Cynthia Wick-  wire and Tamara Hogan.  The celebration was for Mother's Day  Pender Harbour happenings  May Day in Pender  by-Doris Edwardson 883-2308  .*-  Attend  the Church  "^of  your choice  Mary and Wes and do come f or a ferry ride  now and then.  was a cake from Fred Maniken whose  birthday was May 20. Other refreshments  SENIOR CITIZEN HOUSING included sandwiches, cake and ice cream  The group that built the Greene Court   cones. Arrangements for the day were  Tmits^or-Senior-Gitizens-and-are-in-the���made-. by-Mary-McDonald-who besides-  process of adding their third lot of housing,   being a member of the Halfmoon Bay  wiU~berholding~their"^imi-alTneeting   ATi-ci-iary-S^-n^charge^ofvolunteersrfor-  Thursday, June 7,, at the Norm Burley   extended care.  There is a Teen Dance on May 25 from  9 p.m. to 1 a.m.���Tickets are$4 each,  soit-was held��undayMay-13 bul_also-liiere------_Saturdayv-May- 26-Schedule___U,m.__-_-_  Pancake. Breakfast, 9 a.r% ��� Bicycle  Races, 10 a.m Soap Box Derby, 10:30 a.m.  ��� Parade lines up at Legion, 11 a.m. -  Parade starts, 11:30 a.m. Ceremonies, 12  noon���-Concessions openrl-to 3 p.m,-���-  rihildfens races, 1 to 3 p.m. ��� Plane rides,  =Zp7m^Highland Gamesstartr2 to^mr  VIS1TORS  Hilda and Jim Potter, from Godalming,  -Surrey. England are visiting their' sister  and brother-in-law, Burdfett and Phyllis  Thomas, Narrows Road, Madeira Park.  HOSPITAL  Everyone will be happy to hear that Bill  Seoul--- T_f novFhome_"from~St._Mary'_f~  -Hospital/  ������-  UNITED CHURCH  9:30 a.m.���St. Iohn's. Wilson Creek  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Service and Sunday School each Sunday  at 11:30 a.m., Wednesday Evenings 7:30.  AU in St. John's United Church.  . Davis Bay  ~~~     Phone 885-3157, 886-7882,   Sechelt P.O. Box 1514  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  Rev. T. Nicholson, Pastor  11:15 a.m.- Gibsons  TIMES OF SUNDAY MASS  7:00 p.m. Sat. eve at St. Mary's, Gibsons  9:00 a.m. Our Lady of Lourdes, on  , the Sechelt Indian Reserve  10:00 a.m. at The HqtyJFamily.Ch-U_ca.in.-_  Sechelt.  12 noon at St. Mary's Church in Gibsons  . -1-  home on the Sechelt waterfront at 7:30  p.m. \  They are most interested in acquiring  new members at two dollars for the first  year and one dollar per year after. The  beauty of this group is that there is only  one meeting a year, unless you are on the  executive.  A truly useful unit is being planned for  this new addition,.one designed specially  for handicapped people in wheel chairs  with facilities at wheelchair height, etc.  Harold Nelson is the president and he  invites you to join ��� to carry on the good  work achieved by the Senior Citizens  Housing Society.  SECHELT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  The school held its annual Science Fair  -Thursday, My 17 proving once again how-  much interest is now being shown in the  fantastic exhibits put on by the students  and teachers. The place was jammed to  the door. ^^.f',: _ ...  ���A_bonns not expected, ���a^ueat.visitor  from the Planetarium in. Vancouver,  cancelled, but surprised all when the day  of the fair, he appeared at the school.  Needless to say the {school's teachers and  pupils were delighted, as well as the  TIMBER DAYS  Last week's salute to Timber Days and  Maydays committee heads would not be  complete without remembering the lady  who picked up the celebration day the year  it nearly dropped right out of existence. LU  Fraser full of enthusiasm spurred the  people of Sechelt to carry on the tradition  of May 24.  Changing it to Timber Days to give the  local loggers a chance to compete in their  own badiyard and show their neighbors a  sample of what is done in the logging  business.  This year's special events, with still  another day of events plus the parade, had  already proved an outstanding success  last week. The participants had a real ball  in unorganized sport with the teams made  up of people who generally had never  played together yet they played excellent  volleyball, badminton, darts, cribbage and  . bridge, with friendly rivalry, proving the  j)ld adage tba^pj-ople who play together,  work better together.  By the time the paper comes out the  Timber Maid will have been announced.  Whoever she is you will know  she  . represents a lot of pulling together.  THIS WEEK IT FEATURES  LARRY MOORE  AS OUR NEWEST SALES REPRESENTATIVE  Larry has served the Sunthlne Coast for the past five years as a  general contractor and builder of fine homes. We are pleased to  announce Larry' as our Sales Representative.  Larry may be contacted through the office anytime at 885-2235 and  his telephone number Is 885-9213.  /T"  THIS WEEK'S SHOWCASE HOME  GATHERING ROOM  A hug* combination living family room with larg* firtplac* Ii a nlc�� concept  featured In thlt rambling two bedroom home. Other features Include a tuper  large bathroom with tunken tub and bidet, an enclosed patio with built-in  barbeque and a tepardte den, The houie Ii located on a level corner lot and  the grat* Ii green. Priced at |uit $45,000. For a personally escorted tour call  SECHELT AGENCIES  FREE CATALOGUES  Coast to Coast Service 24 hrs.  885*2235  Beer Gardens, 5 p.m. ��� Baseball game  (Bananas vs. ?), 6 to 8 p.m. ��� May  Queen's Dance 0 -12 years, 9 to ? ��� Adult  Dance (Lome Jones Band playing).  WESTERN WEIGHT CONTROLLERS  CONVENTION  Our local group of Western Weight  ^Controllers "The Sockeye Slims" were  well represented at their recent convention in North Vancouver. Ten delegates -  attended and Linda missed being  provincial best loser by four and three  quarter pounds. She was, however,  honoured for her great loss, as was Pat,  Marjorie, Dotty and Gail. All corsages  presented (55 in all) were mady by  "Sockeye Slims", Madeira Park, and the  "Leftovers", Sechelt. There are 15  branches and 270 members in District  No.l.-This includes-Powell-River,- the-  Sechelt Peninsula, Squamish, Vancouver  and North Vancouver. The net loss for 1978  79 ih District No. 1 was 653% pounds.  There are three other districts in this  proyiqcially phased weight..,dub.^The  "Sockeye^Sl_owsrare planning" their annual Skookumchuck walk for June.  Anyone interested contact any member or  phone 883-9192.  PENDER HARBOUR COMMUNITY  CLUB BAZAAR  The sun came out on Saturday, May 5  and a large crowd attended the annual  Community Club Bazaar. Sincere thanks  go to all those who helped in any and many  ways to make the Bazaar a success: all the  Ladies who did knitting, sewing and  handwork, the youngsters who sold raffle  tickets, donations of homebaking and  other goods for the booths, to the Girl  Guides and Brownies, Serendipity Play  School for the grocery hamper. Thank you  to the following merchants: Holiday  Market, Hassan's Store, IGA, Taylor's  Garden Bay Store, Shop Easy, Harbour  Supplies, A.C. Rentals. Raffle prize  winners were: E. Hermon first - set of  dishes, Sqjn Hately second - smoke sensor  and Norma Carswell third - gift pack of  salmon. Plant raffle was won by Jack  Gibson. Doll raffle -first - doll and wardrobe won by Christine Stiglitz. 2nd doll  won by Nell Lilllngton. Hand-hooked rug  won by Bea Hallberg. Decorated cake by  Gail Ralston. Grocery hampers - 1st. Mary  Williams, 2nd. Nell Lilllngton 3rd. Marjorie Fraser, 4th Betty Danylchuck and  5th. Hilda Clements.  Winner of the tea ticket draw was Mary  Ledlngham who received a ceramic set. It  would be appreciated if anyone who  bought plants would return the pots and  large containers either to Community Club  or Bargain Barn for Muriel Cameron. A lot  of people put time and effort into the  Bazaar to make it a success and the  results were very rewarding. The Bazaar  convenor would like to thank each and  everyone for their support.  DISAPPOINTED IN MANY WAYS  OVER COMMUNITY CLUB  The president of the Pender Harbour  Community Club expressed his views with  deep concern about the future of the Club.  He wonders If the local people still want  the Community Club or would they sooner  have the doors locked, which could bo done  before May Day and then how would the  children feel? No attendance at meetings  and lack of Interest by members may  for the public, the Community and all  those who feel they belong to the Commun-,  lty and everyone should remember that  the only place in the Harbour for the  FUhecmon'fl Homecoming Dance besides  the Rejects Dance at Irvlnea Landing ls  tho Community Hall. When there is a  meeting they would like to see the support  there should be for the Community Club.  Do we really live in aland of apathy and no  one cares? When there ia a funeral, where  are we going to hold it, when there Is a  wedding where are we going to hold a big  reception? There can be no more Bingo on  ** irhtf-tw^ena to i^Hall  depends on the support given by the  members and public to the Community  Club.  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BR. 112  The Royal Canadian Legion Br. 112  held an Appreciation Night for their  Ladies Auxiliaiy on May 15. A delicious  three-course dinner, cooked by Shirly,  Legion cook and caterer, was served by  pres. Dave Pritchard, Jim Woodward,  canteen mgr. Bill Evans and first vice-  pres. Roy Mansfield. Bill Evans was a  '-Genius at Work" as bartender. Guests of  Honor were Markle and Myrtle Myers who  were celebrating their 26th wedding anniversary.  There will be the regular Saturday  afternoon Meat Draw-~on-the_26th_plus-  entertainment. All Legion coming events  are posted on the board in the Lobby.  Thanks to the committee of the  Recreation 12 class at Pender Harbour  Sec0ndary7P.Hr ChevronrMadeira~Park  Gulf, and Harbour Motors for their  donations of gas for the draw of 60 gallons.  Winner was Ginger Clarkson of Halfmoon  Bay whose parents, Joan and Ken, oddly  enough own a gas stt-tibh.'''      ' :; "'���  GIBSONS HARBOUR  '<cJJie" pfoce  to eat in  Qd-gons  ^ome-made eAteafe.  SOMETHING DIFFERENT EACH DAY"  FULL FACILITIES   JlicwJ3^0uJtS: .    -  7 am.-5 p.m.  a/efajdaij  Here's YOUR chance to help the  EILEEN GLASSFORD  THEATRE FOUNDATION  Are you wondering what you can possibly do with your  five free shares in the British Columbia Resources Investment Corporation? We have a suggestion!  The Eileen Glassford Arts Foundation has now" been  incorporated as a provincial society. Our next task is to  raise the capital for the proposed Eileen Glassford Theatre.  Let's put our free shares to work to provide a quality  Performing Arts Centre for the Sunshine Coast. Everyone  In the family can help. Just fill out the attached form and  mall it to the Coast News office, Box 460, Gibsons, B.C.  In this exciting and painless way we can enrich our lives and  this beautiful area in the name of a woman who loved and  served it for over sixty years.  We can all help.  DECLARATION OF TRUST  I,  of   ._ , Province of British Columbia, HEREBY DECLARE that  capital of British Columbia Resources Investment Corporation, IN TRUST for the  sole benefit of the Eileen Glassford Arts Foundation, a society Incorporated under  the Societies Act of British Columbia (hereinafter referred to as "the Society").  I FUpTHER DECLARE AND AGREE that I have (or will, as  the case may be) made application for such five (5) shares and that upon the delivery  to me of the share certificates representing such shares, I will, at the,expense of the  Society, do all such things as may be required to effect ihe transfer thereof to the  Society.  Dated at  Columbia, this  .day of  In the Province of British  ,\tt ...  WITNESS  Name  Address,  Signature  Name  Mailing Addrasa.  Occupation  Telephone /  _____  ���    '    -.       "l   1   The Garden Corner  Lovely lawn hoi easy -  . By Guy. Symonds  " In this gardener's experience, one of  the most difficult and demanding part of  gardening and landscaping is the lawn.  - -We areslowlyemerging from a very���  "cool spring which actually has suited the���  growth of grass admirably. So maybe a  few words about looking after that part of  the garden that is,generally regarded as  its central feature would not come amiss.  Actually this should cover two separate  ^areas of discussion,  new lawns  and  established lawns.  For those who sowed their grass last  fall or even this spring ahd saw then or are  now watching the new growth take over,  the first .spring will be very interesting.  Even if the catch was excellent from last  _y_-ar_i!-.awJ--g_m_-m-_____^  help is its colour. When it starts to turn  light green there is trouble ahead unless  immediate action is taken. Again, little  and often.        T   If there are trees onthe lawn you have  a problem. In fact, this gardener, after  vainly trying to get grass to grown under a  cedar during the summer, gave up the  unequal struggle and planted ivy as a  ground cover. He is still feeling guilty  about it too since it is possible to grow  grass under trees if (1) the right shade-  tolerant variety is used, (2) extra fertilizer  is applied tc. make upif or what the shallow-  rooted cedar consumes and (3) extra  watering is done, again to compensate, for  the demands of the tree.    ,  A lovely lawn is a delight to behold  had some pretty heavy frost with consequent sheaving" of the "soil. This" could  have the effect of loosening the new'  delicate root systems and separating them  from their source of support and nourishment. So it would seem to be a good idea to  ~*pl_t'aiight roller over the area ��� "light"  ' meaning not over 200 pounds.  This rolling must only be done when the  ground and the grass is dry. The writer  well remembers the disastrous results of  rolling a field of young turnips when the  ground was too wet. About half the plants  and like most lovely things does not come  easily.      ;  Moderation in all things is a simple, but  effective method of reducing heart  disease.  PageA-6 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May 23.1979    .v  __���������������������������WW"������!������ ��� >___    ��� (WW   MMW ������������������������ ���WW*l" �����������.. hlMs^j}   _  Church rummage  sale a success  Though the weather was somewhat  doiibtul, there was no doubt at all about the  enthusiasm of those who attended St.  -Bartholomew's Anglican- Church _WA's-  ~ Rummage,; Bake and Plant Sale May 5: In-  no time at all the plant and bake tables  were bare and other tables were being  searched for bargains.  Rummage appears to breed and  through our bank balance was appreciably  increased, there was enough rummage  remaining to take a car load over to WA  Memorial House in Vancouver and also to  donate rummage locally. As we arrived at  Memorial House, a large van was just  leaving filled with bales ot clothing,  blankets and other necessities to help  those who have lost so much in the Dawson  -City^flooding.-  Thiank you to all those who helped to  make our nimmage sale a success. The  winner of the grocery hamper was Mrs.  Arlene Baba.  ���Betty B.Brown  So spare your family the added grief arid  confusion of funeral arrangements.  "   " You can have the last word on thelast  thing in your life. Your funeral.  Protect your family from the .tress of  deciding'your final arrangements. Plan  ahead for the possibility that you could  unexpectedly die. You can specify a simple  and dignified funeral, burial, cremation or  memorial service. And it wont cost your  family unnecessary expense, ���   - -  It's your funeral. So have your wishes  recorded now. Join the B.C. Memorial  Society and take �� worry off your mind. .  For the sake of the family you love.  The Memorial Society of B.C.'s  contract undertaker for this area, First  Memorial Services Ltd.,'now has a facility  at 2808 Mt. Lehman Rd., Abbotsford, B.C.  To: MEMORIAL SOCIETY OF B.C.  P.O. Box 5240, Vancouver, B.C.  V6B 4B3  I/we are interested in the aims of the Society,  want more information'  wish to enrol now.  ' ��sv  B  "Name(s) _-.  Address ,   Postal  City/town ..Code   ���  , Amount  Phone .- enclosed.  Memorial Society of B.C.  -Telephone 688-6256  ���V  18-6  Y,-  -��-!.-..-_-,  Membership is $5 foreach'adult  (Nocharge for"children"underi9)_J   were pulled up by the roller before the  error was realized.  As soon as the lawn is established,  thorough  waterings   are  needed  to  stimulate deep -.rooting. _ Here, the  operational word is "thorough" because  shallow-superf icial-waterinfr encourages���  the roots to come to the surface with  catastrophic results when the weather  gets warm.    ...  The next item is the cutting. During the  spring and summer when the grass is  making its most vigorous growth, a lawn  should be mowed at the very least once a ,  week. In fact most professionals recommend twice a week. This does not mean  . that the lawn must be shaved ��� quite the  contrary. Indeed it is vital that there be  plenty of growth for the young plants to get  the chance to develop sturdy root systems.  When they are mature it must be  remembered that a large portion of the  plants in a lawn Seed mixture are of the  creeping variety so that leaf growth is  essential.  Generally speaking, summer grass  -height should, not-bejnuch below-two in-���  ches and if one insists on a lawn that looks  like the putting green on' a good golf  course, then a great deal of attention,  more than most home gardeners are  prepared to give, must "be devoted to  watering and to feeding. Even then, unless  the bed has been prepared with meticulous  professional care, it is a very difficult  assignment.  ���'. Weed growth must of course be  carefully watched and there are  preparations on the market to deal with  this situation.' Mowing will not dispose of  them and they must be eradicated as they  appear or all the other maintenance is in  vain.. ;' \t.. ;;...'������' .';. ���['.'.h-  Particularly look out for moss. Lawns  leach very readily and with the leaching  the nutrients vanish. Also grass likes a  slightly acid soil and this also suits moss  admirably. Low fertility 9s the result of  leaching, while not. the only cause; will  encourage moss and while it can be killed  off chemically this will not, correct the  condition that caused it.  So we come to fertilization. This is most  important when the new spring growth is  starting to show. The minimum nitrogen  need for lawn grass is three pounds of  nitrogen per 1,000 sq. ft. per year. Figures  , given in textbooks say this means about 30  pounds of 12-6-4 or 20 pounds of 20-10-5. You  can work it put with your friendly nurseryman or garden shop owner. This,  remember, is per year and in this gardener's experience the application should  be little and often until say late August  when the program should come to an end.  An indication that the grass Is crying for  Fop  killing weeds  and  fertilizing lawns,  0*1 Oraan CroM  llQhlw.lghl Waed'n Faed wllh Klllax.  ltd rtoiililo-ticllort lornmiln nlimlnnlna wnndn  and prnvldrm tininnrnri Inortino In mnkn your  Inwnrjrow  ��� For hilllnu woerin-Woort n Fmirl conininii  KHIok, Iho atlodilyn huiblcuio Ihnl i;onlio|_  ovor Iftvnrltilumollnwnwiii'ild  InoliKlinfl  nlMlilmr n ohlchwnwl, nlovni,  pianlnm nr��ci dnndolion��  ��� PorloriiliiinQlfiwnN"-  Wflort'n Fend cnnlftirm Iwo  lypw o< f����lroo*n (or nrowih  and oraonlriQ - pln�� poiiuh  lor ilurriy root Mi ii-iuron,  ���ml phosphor ou�� lor  alruotiirnl almnulh lo hnlh  - fOOM wxt #�������.--���������-   ��� Ono Ortnylo cutty 22 Hi  Baa envim sow) iqtum turn  ol fawn  Murray'* P��t A  Oard-n SupplUi,  GREEN  CR055  _3owf ft., Olb.oni m-a��if  TtttUwri  ���MlMrsltn  >m��p|��iri.  protMw  MB REPORTS: The fourth in a series affive.  ForargenerationyMacMillanBloedelhas yields7~modern~ forest ~inventorres7  been British Columbia's leader in forest  care. We plant at least four trees foi'.every  ^'^i4/e'f!^iT'Nioiw'^d1&tce management  moves to a new phase as science and common sense combine to improve the harvest.  here is little more mystery about  growing better crops of trees than  there is to growing better carrots  or (raspberries���you start with  good stock and do some practical  gardening.  For the best seeds, the province and  MB gather healthy cones from big,  vigorous trees. Seedlings are given a  well-fed start in life in vast nurseries.  We prepare the ground for planting,  making certain that we select the  right kind of species for the area. For  instance, hemlock does better on  moist sites, while Douglas-fir excels  on dry, sunny slopes.  In recent years, fertilizing has proved  to be a cost-efficient way to speed up  growth and make a stand ready for  harvesting in a shorter time.  Any gardener knows that thinning is  essential. It's the same with trees.  You thin out the weaklings to provide  more water, nutrients, sun and space  for those that, remain.  , The science and art of forest management is evolving at an exciting  pace. MacMillan Bloedel foresters  work closely with provincial foresters. Together, we are helping place  B.C. in the forefront in efficient forest  management.  Today we have one of the best  systems for predicting future  prompt reforestation and a program  of stand treatment which is being  "furthef!intensified to a new level  called "the designed forest".. And we  plant at least four trees for every one  we cut. MacMillan Bloedel plans for  . the future because we're here to stay.  MacMillan Bloedel is a financially  strong company operating ina financially strong province. Our roots are  in B.C.  _________'  MA  In the Douglas-fir cross-section, left,  you see 11 years of slow growth  followed by 11 years of fast growth  after the stand was thinned and  fertilized. The Douglas-fir on the  right is three years older, but it came  from a stand that was not fertilized or  thinned. Its diameter is 2Vi inches  smaller.  If you would like more information about  MacMillan Bloedel's reforestation plans  and policies) we'll be happy to send you  some material. Write to MB REPORTS,  1075 West Georgia Street,  Vancouver, B.C. V6E 3R9,  MACMILLAN BLOEDEL -\  ���S-Jtoo  -���a-  S  By HELEN PARKER  - -7Howv ,-many---cari.-.iremember Frank  Wyhgaert's old he^rsfe $nd peewees at 33c  for two dozen? Or claims that brown ones  taste b^ttef than white ones and I-gotta-  doM^c^er^W^mbnjlng.-"- ---���-_-���  7 That was back in 1962 or '63 when  nobody hadjo bgjggaitp Qet CrackinM     because Wyngaert's poultry fif-nwas Jusi~Tnen-ber- lo coordinate volunteers - and  :. Kent says the future of small museums  is "very bright" and now, with a program  initiated by theXampbeUJUver museum,  coastal museum societies can get together  .to discuss problems-common to each ���  lack of momey,; finding volunteers, and  utilizing space effectively.  The addition of one professional staff  Wednesday, May 23,1979  , The Peninsula Times  Page A-7  up the road and you could get large eggs  for about 45c a dozen.  And, In the Elphinstone Pioneer  Museum, you can see the forerunner to  this, enterprise, Wyngaert's father Alf's  water-heated Incubator.  Local history from Gibsons to Sechelt  and hopefully, in tire future, all of West  Howe Sound to Jervigjnle^is what the  pioneer museum isawemptlng to  represent. These pioneer artifacts used by  local families are indicative of the type of  people and economy of the early set-  iement on . Sunshine-jCoast,  museum  programs would make a difference, Kent  admits, and there is a need for more young  people in the society.  The museum ��� is priceless as an  educational resource and the society hopes  to develop stronger liaisons with local  schools. Even Vancouver schools are  making the trip over to add something  extra to an otherwise textbook history  class.  The Elphinstone Pioneer Museum has  come a long way since Les Peterson  started off the collection in the basement  of his home. In 1965, the society _was_  WHILE Y00 WAIT  NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY  Sunnycrest  Centre   Gibsons  WMOJiW  886-8010  Society vice-president Gary Kent said in a  ���recent conversation; ���   Along with the incubator, he said,  Registered and in 1967, John Glassford,  - grandson _of_vil-lage_founder-_-George   Gibson , cut the ribbon to officially open  INDIAN CULTURE is represented  in the museum with the Coast Salish  racing canoe. With six to nine pad-  ^ers-it^oulcUreachJi&^itmore-knots.-  Built in Egmont around 1915, it was  donated by the builder's nephew Jack  Lonsdale.  1  Wyngaert, whose father was one .of the  original pioneers, donated "at least half  the pioneer collection."  Tlie museum, which for a long time,  enjoyed a low profile, is coming into its  own with the help of museum assistance  grants, the youth employment program,  hard work from a number of-volunteers  and donations of artifacts from local  pioneer families.        ,  During���the~summer, thie���YEP���is  making it possible to open the museum  daily to the end of August and, Kent says,  for tourists, the museum is an excellent  leisure activity.   =-jn_iTOgTHhePyea^  Museum Travelling Exchange Program \  the museum on the lower floor of the new  municipal hall. .  It moved once again before the door  opened In Its new and present building in  1974. Five years later with the work of  dedicated museum people, It is continually  improving its coverage of social and  natural history and aboriginal cultures.  *"tt  ���>.*��  THE ECONOMY of the Sunshine  Coast was off to a good start with help  from Alf Wyngaert and his water-  heated incubator. The glass jar on top  provides displays such as the recent  History of Aviation in B.C. free of charge.  Space is, and always has been, a  problem in the museum. "All we can do  now is try to avoid looking like a secondhand store," Kent says.  . "We have to have some sort  of _  philosophy of museum display, to avoid  looking like a cluttered mid-Victorian  home."  The way to keeping people interested  once they enter a museum is to "arrest the  eye immediately".  Because museum-browsing is a leisure 7 -  abttvlty, people don't want to have to work \  at it and with this comes "the battle of the -_���  labels," he, adds.  Nobody enjoys wading through blocks  of print, but at the same time, artifacts  ~~ should be Identified. The museum ls~;  presently working on indexing the 1,500 to  2,000 historical photos collected over the .;,-  year's by Les Peterson.  Some^of these will be enlarged andU  T .#spl|yerdjD>avflip-throu^.lyRe of woqdv  and glass stand. \{ ��� -'^  Though the municipality of Gibsons _  pays the expenses for the building near the  corner of Winn and Gower Point Roads  and some money is received through  donations and membership fees, there is,  not a lot of money to cover costs of  organization.  Provincial museums and archives  assistance grants have helped to buy  materials for the photo displays and  display cases, but labor is all volunteer.  With another grant, the society hopes to  organize its some 200 books on B.C.  History into a research library as well as  upgrade its display lighting.  Floating logging camps where some  pioneers spent their youths,' is an  was used for mixing hydrochloric historical area which the museum, like the  acid, oil of sassafras and water to Campbell River museum, would like to v  eradicate and prevent intestinal pursue and which would extend museum  worms in his poultry. coverage as far as Jervis Inlet, Kent says.  Last call for  WHITE PAGE  SUNSHINE COAST DIRECTORY  'it1' >W'l*1  HERE'S YOUR LAST CHANCE TO CHECK YOUR  LISTING FOR THE NEW TELEPHONE DIRECTORYI  THE YELLOW PAGES SECTION has already closed.  THE ALPHABETICAL (While Pages) SECTION Is closing NOW.  So, please check your listing right away ��� and call us II you wish to make  any changes.  Haveyou thdughtdf llstlnpthernlSrnbef-tbfydUfTafnlly*? u* *  Adding the names and positions of key employees���or other firms you  represent?  CHARGE8 APPLY FOR CHANGE8 AND EXTRA LISTINGS.  ^MAZING  results and mora  When you use B.C.'s ovn  Waterfall Fresh  Eaahio._-_a.cl. 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MROYAL BAN K Gibsons glimpses  ���   9���-.   -mil mmm���mmmmmm_-tm_^mmmm��mJmmm__m__mmmm_mlmM_-  Cavalcade needs manpower  by Marion Alsager, 386-2458.  gearing. people to make declsions^an^.  ItMvatr'tKeBi' to7Uie-fTiighelt pdtenftalT-  The conferencewfts finalized by a tour  of the Penticton Retirement Centre which  was funded, by federal, provincial and  municipal governments and it was simply  a great centre which had four -five floors  of single and double self-contained suites,  a care unit and recreational facilities.  house  Page A-8  -^eP^tos^a-Bnie-L  The Wilson, Creek Community Library  has now become the first Reading Center  in British Columbia. We have received a  rather large grant of chlldrens books and  reference books, that will enable us to  increase our circulation. We will also be  given a yearly financial grant to maintain  and increase our stock. These grants are  being sent to us from the Library Services  Branch of the B.C. government.  We are open on Wednesday from 11:30  a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and Friday, from 2 - 4  ;       Wednesday,May 33,197$  p.m. All visitors are welcome. We have  stories for children.and many games for  those who wish to participate.  ' AspartofFamilyFunDayonMay2?at-  the Wilson Cree,k Community Center the  Library will be. open. Please come1 and  visit us at 3 p.m. ,      ��    \  Sea Cavalcade plans ,are progressing   PHOTOGRAPHER MOVING  slowly. There is definitely a NEED for       Cec    Aberriethy   of    Peninsula  more  community  involvement,  i.e.   Photographers is moving to Courtenay,  MANPOWER! Time is drifting by and   Vancouver. Island at the end of May. The  -Jfcfore we realize it August 3,4, and 5 wmjS__a__^alcade-3uee^Pageant-Ck>mmittee  ;5?heresrcomeOT2i^  *_*L-_. ���--___-,_ _-.-���_. _7 L __.-- press theit appreciation for7the volunteer  The Beer Garden wfll he run by the   photography Cec did during our pageants.  ���o  Lions Dub ahd will be held at the Curling  rink again. The Teen dance is organized  and will be handled by the Kinsmen and  hopefully will take place on the government wharf. Games and races in the Park  are going to be arranged by Sue and her  helpers and the one concession stand will  be capably taken care of by the Kinettes  from the Kin Hut. There is room for at  least two more stands, so anyone interested do call Jim Stobie at 886-7748.  A Soccer tournament will be taking  place during the Cavalcade week-__nd,.also  the Firemens] Water Sports. Fireworks,  parade, for sure! Salmon barbecue on the  wharf ,-hopefully,- we-need-help !-Don't  forget the THEME this year is the "50th  Anniversary of Gibsons:"  MALL DISPLAYS  We interviewed Richard Macedo of  Richard's Mens Wear regarding non-profit  organizations or retail vendors using the  Sunnycrest Mall to set up their wares and  he told us that the Sunnycrest Plaza  Merchants -Association committee now  have forms available for booking space in  the mall. These forms can be obtained at  -the-Dri-tw(��>d^tJi^ts~shop~and"^ourd T>e  filled in well in advance (approximately 1  month) of the date of any organizations'  sale. The merchants, of course, will be  flexible in their approach  The Queen Contestant photos^were always  done up professionally and'he will be  missed by all who have done business with  him over the past years. Good Luck on  your new venture in Courtenay, Cec!  CROSS BOW WINNER  The local Medieval Society attended  the Cross Bow Competition in Huntsville,  Arkansas last week. Neil Neilsen, 17 years  of age, was the youngest competitor and  he won first prize in the Hunt Shoot. Neil  said "it was the first time he has shot a  Cross Bow." He was competing with  national champions and "so we  .congratulate Neil on his accomplishment !-  He also participated in the American  Round, that is shooting at a target. The  other members from Gibsons were Trevor  Oram, Robin Allen, pres. of this society  and Shawn Frank. There were many  participants from the surrounding States  and this local group of fellows were the  only ones from Canada.  FRED FEENEY PASSES  t The community will be saddened to  hear that Fred Feeney passed away after,  ITTengthy "Illness. Fred was mayor of  Gibsons 1968-6.��fed one of the original  members of,the Fire Department. The  Feeneys have been living in the Chilliwack  area where__F_red __was__with__the���B.C.-  -The^omn-ittee^definitely^gree_rthat   Telephone Co.  ,gdLi_-t supervision Js aJMUST at all times- -SERVICE-  when a selling booth is set up,  SQUADRON DINNER  The Power Squadron "Change of  Watch" dinner and graduation ceremonies  will be held at the Sunshine Coast Arena,  Sechelt, on May 25.  The Power Squadron had a pleasant  Mother's Day Cruise on May 13 and Ian  Smethurst caught the biggest fish, Don  Haddon, the most fish and Shelley Fyles  picked the best Mother's day bouquet of  wild flowers.  EGMONT TV SERIES  We talked to a CBC executive and were  told- that���constniction-. has begun on  building sets for the TV series, "Ritter's  Cove" to be filmed in the Egmont area.  This series is about bush pilots and  -shooting will start June 7; Hugh Spencer-  Phillips is the production manager.  NORTH VAN HIGH TIME  Rosemary and John Lawson had a  VBall" at the North Vancouver High  School reunion and much to their surprise,  ran into Gibsonites Maureen and Lloyd  Partridge, Nora McLean, Bob Christopher  and the Reeds. Music was supplied by two  different bands, Mark Kenny, plus a rock  band and also there was a Disco. Mr.  Did you that that Kits Camera shop in  the Mall now has a passport photo service,  "while you wait."  RAFFLE WINNER  Jerry Graham was the winner of the  Royal Canadian Legion Br. 109 raffle of a  beautiful .hooked rug, ticket number 155.  HAPPY 16TH BIRTHDAY MARNIE!  AGING CONFERENCE         . Louise Hume and Leslie Hudson, who  attended the Gerentology conference in  Penticton on May 11 and 12 tell us that the  theme for the conference was "Aging the  Total Person." Theme speakers were Dr.  J.C. Brocklehurst, professor of Geriatric  Medicine, University of Manchester,  England and his topic of discussion was  Day- Care and_Day_ Hospital Programs.  Valerie Remnet, #NSW, mental health  project director of the Andrus Geriatric  Centre, California State University, and  she spoke on Cyclesocial Needs of the  Senior Adult. Mary Sequin, DSW, project  director, Andrus Centre for the Older  Volunteer Project, California State  University and her topic was Staff and  Volunteer working together.  Keynote speaker, Dr. Stewart Bland,  r�� tsars. r_r+* %��������*&? s  of this high school, said to Rosemary   Mdi^_-llfihftnntnath��ftnoonHnPi,oi.r!!:  "what am I doing here?"  CURLING MEET  The Gibsons Curling club held its annual general meeting on May 16 and the  following members were elected as your  new slate of officers for 1979-80 term.  President - Maurice Pearson, vice/-  president-Howie Larsen, secretary - Pam  Suveges, treasurer - Doreen Stewart,  directors, 2-year term - Ron Baba, Larry  Boyd, Helen Sailis. Directors Helen  Welnhandl, Keith Frampton and Sue  Chenier still have one more year before  their term in office will be completed.  FLEAMARKET  Don't forget the Flea Market and Craft  Fair which is coming up June 3 at the  curling rink. The auction date has been  changed and now will be held on June 10.  and Leslie hopping the one and a half days  of conference time. Louise said she  especially enjoyed the workshop on  Motivation and Rehabilitation. Feeling  Good-development of human potential by  exercise; creative j^ance, art and music.  Other workshops discussed drug  problems, spiritual needs, and reality  orientation for confused people and they  were told that 40 per cent have been  assisted by this program. Pre-retirement  planning, programming for activity  centres, activating the disabled were other  topics for workshops,  , Past President of GABC, Dr. Gloria  Gutman, Director of Psychology, UBC,  turned the gavel over to Gloria Levi,  Master Social Worker. Gloria Levi also  freelances in helping with courses for the  aging and her pet project Is care facilities  Pad  May 23 ��� Family Library, WlUon Creak Community Hall, 11 ;30-l.  May 24 ��� Alcoholic. Anonymou* Masting, Vyilion Creek Community Hall,  8;30, For Info call 885-2896 or 666-3394.  May 24 - Robert* Creek legion Br 219 Bingo. Early bird 7 pm, Regular fl  pm,  May 54 ��� CM Rummage and Oarage Sals, Holy Family Church Hall   11  am-2 pm.  May 25 ��� Monthly Coff������ Party, Wllion Creek Community Hall. 11-1.  May 25��� Community Library, Wllion Creek Hall, 2-4 pm.  May 26���Sunfhlne Coast Potten Oulld Workihop with Crag Dedcon of  the Old Egmont Craftworkt. Craft Studio, Olbion*, 9;30 am-5 pm. To  rogUter phone 683.2015, F..: $10 members 1)2 non-member��.  May 26��� S.C. Power Squadron Dinner, Chang* of Watch ft Dane*, Sechelt  Arena, 18:30, For Info call 883-9023, 666-2864 or BM-9296.  May 27 ��� Family Fun Day, WlUon Creek Community Centre. Actlv|tle��  begin at 3 pm,  May 29 ��� Al Anon, St Aldan'*, 8 pm.  June 3 ��� 2nd Annual Fantaitlc Flea Market ft Craft Fair, Glbiont Winter  Club, 10 am-4 pm. For Mall rental call 866-9816 or 886-77) 2,  June 7 ��� Sechelt Hotpttol Auxiliary Annual luncheon, Sr C(fl_en�� Hafl, f I  am-2 pm. Everyone welcome,  Through the end of May at Sunnycrest Mall; "Airborne, a Hlitory of  Aviation", exhibit iponiored by ElphlnitOne Pioneer Museum.  USE THIS SPACE TO PROMOTE YOUR ORGANIZATION'S EVENTS.  ITS Mil. CAU 1883231.  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Considering Scoular's juvenile record  and background, the judge handed down a  one-year suspended sentence with four  conditions. j  Scoular must report to a probation  officer, not possess or consume any  alcohol, have no contact with Dubois and  finish 100 hours of community work by  September 1.  Vernon Grant Joe, 22, was given 14  days in jail for driving while disqualified.  Judge Johnson said that with Joe's  eight "mostly minor" adult convictions,  the "proper sentence for this conviction is  a'jail sentence." It cost Kenneth West  double his original fine for operating a  defective motor vehicle when he failed to  appear in courlearlier. West was_fined_$70_  to cover the cost of "inconvenience" to the  court, Judge Johnson said. ���   .  Daniel Clay Gordon Plows, 17, was  fined $100 for being a minor in possession  of alcohol. Mark Musgove was fined $100  for the same offence.  Rory Arthur Popp, 20, was banned from  all beer parlours on the Sechelt Peninsula  during his six months of probation after he  pleaded guilty to fighting in a public place  ��� the Wakefield Inn. He was also fined  $250.  Noel Joseph Beaulieu pleaded guilty to  impaired driving and was fined $500.  - Ronald John Phare of Roberts Creek  was sentenced to 14 days in jail when he  pleaded guilty to driving while over .08, his  seconoTa-Cohol-relatecrconviction.  Pays for fire  A contractor without a burning permit  nowis outrof-pocket the expenses of a fire  call by the Halfmoon Bay! Volunteer Fire  Dept, .  The department answered the call late  May 14 to a burning lumber pile. Tlie  contractor, burning debris earlier in the  ���-dayf leftthe siteafterpouring water on the  embers7-l3terr^he^fire~^pparently~ffr  ignited the brush area^ j  Because he was burning without"a  permit, the contractor is liable for the.  expenses of men and equipment at the  Forestry rate.  Persons are reminded that burning  permits are required for all outdoor  burning except burning in screen-covered  .barrels.  Permits for the Halfmoon Bay area are  available from George Murray, Redrooffs,  Rd., phone 885-2613.  Lower mill rate  on $3/4 million  balanced budget  The Village of Sechelt council passed  its annual budget bylaw last week expecting the cost of village operation to  total $771,963.78 and its revenue to equal its  expenditure.  The municipality will levy 20 mills of its  mill rate of 26.97 mills for municipal  purposes.    For  the  regional  hospital  district,  Sechelt property owners will be taxed l.llj,  mills, for fire protection, 3.18 and for the  Sunshine Coast regional,district,-2.63.,,_*,  ��� Though ~the   budget  has   increased  at Wilson Creek  $232,108.78 over 1978, toe total mill rate has  decreased 2.863 mills. "^       r>  In 1979, the municipality shows an  increase in the mill rate of .06 mills, while  the hospital, fire protection and regional  districts show reductions.  The Wilson Creek Community  Association is holding a Family Fun Day  on Sunday, May 27 starting at 3 p.m. At  three there will be open house at the  Library and also at Day Care.  A mini-marathon walk is planned for  Summer speed limit  50 kph in Davis Bay  Highways officials wish to remind  motorists that the regular summer  "TeductiwriH" speed" Emit" through" Davis  Bay is now in effect.  Until September, it is 50 kph instead of  60 kph.  Slow down and enjoy the view but keep  an eye out for pedestrians.'        ������<���"����� ���- -  the whole family starting at 3:30. Those  who stay behind can have their choice of  playing dodgeball, baseball, volleyball or  participate in races and games.  _._ At.5_:30_it's picnic time, so everyone  bring something for supper. Coffee will be  supplied.  The day will be ended with a family  dance with music by the Rainbow Riders  at around 6:30.  There will be a small charge of $3 for  families, $1 for singles. Pillows and foam  pads will be supplied for the little ones who  fall asleep during the dance.  " Hot dogs, coffee, popcorn etc, will be  for sale during the day. Everyone is  welcome to come.  If it is raining the activities will be held  inside the various buildings. The walk will  go on.so bring rain gear. -< .���.  GREAT PACIFIC  HOT TUBS  An Experience in Pleasure and  ��� - ���    -  Relaxation  TO SEE OR TRY FQR YOURSELF  Phone 885-2183 HELEN PHILLIPS  Advertising^  lets good  little products  compete with  the biggies!  CANApiAN-'AOVEBTJSINO aqvJSORY.BQARD _J  o  ���Sh  y  An  ��� i ���  portunity  to invest in the  Sunshine Coast  You can invest in the future of the Sunshine Coast by buying  shares in locally owned and operated businesses.  Sunshine Coast Credit Union is 100% locally owned and  operated. It has helped Sunshine Coast residents with  .their financial needs since 1941.  Shares of the credit union are available for purchase at  $5 per share. There's no limit on the number of shares  you may buy. No broker's fees. Just come to the credit union  and fill out a simple application form.  As a shareholder you are entitled to attend shareholders  meetings and vote on matters that could affect the  community. You are also entitled to a dividend, if declared.  (Last year's vyas 7%.)  Buy shares. It's an effective way of keeping the  Sunshine Coast working for the good of  Sunshine Coast residents!  Sunshine Coast Credit Union  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  ���.��.-,���..,-, I_.��. jir~0OQ'nO*��OO -,-- ��� ��� ~-,- -   1x4 nn--WMir-jii.,.-.....-:.:-.���-..,$4W.-ll or 17* ft  Trtfforair.ra^  1x4 RED CEDAR V-JOINT KD $699. M 0. 24c ft  BI-FOLD  DOORS  1x4 UTL V-JOINT CEDAR $399. M 0. 14* ft  SHELVING 4x8 PANELS  1x8 PINE 65�� ft  OFF-  AU STOCK  ui2 hie :.... 79* ft.  REG. 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Sunshine Coast Hwy, Olbsons  and or      OOD"ol41  "FOR ALL YOUR BUILDING NEEDS" ���. ~$t��  PHONE  885-3231  PageB-2  The Peninsula Times   \  May 23,  1979  Help Wanted  -Eon-Rent-  4^Lnessb_C_p_|JC-i-__tf^  CLASSIFIED ADyERTISING_RATES,  Phone 885-3231  Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula Times   ,  for Westpres Publications Ltd,  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  Deaths,    Card  Memoriam,  of    Thanks,  Marriage  Engagement  Notices   are  7300 Copies Distributed  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion , r. ,-.-,$2.15  Three Insertions $4.30  Extra Lines (4 words)   60c  _     Display Ad-Briefs   $3.60 per column inch  - Box Number5~777. ."$TT00"extra"  In  and  $7.00  (up to 14 lines) and 60c per line  after that. Four words per line.  Birth Notices, Coming Events  take regular classified rates.  Ad-Briefs must be paid for in  ,  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  to receive cash discount.  Subscription Rates:  By Mail: "    " ~ '_  Local Area 77TT7 .T~$7T00-yrr.���  Outside Local Area . $8.00 yr.  U.S.A. $10.00 yr.  _Overseas-r-^m-.-r~rv���-r-$l hOO yr.~  QTJXETFTED 'E'X-7  PERIENCED Welder or  welder-machinest or  machinist in Powell River.  Permanent position. Call 485-  2711.    . -'     . 1109-26  JOURNEYMEN. Jour-  neymen Machine-Fitters  and Journeymen Fabricators  required for expanding  machine manufacturing shop  in Mission, B.C. Must be able  to read blueprints. Phone 826-  6228 days, or 465-5174 evenings  or write PO Box 3175, Mission,-  ~B:CrV2Vm- 112226  Legal or Reader  per agate line.  Senior Citizens,  advertising 30c        Local Area $6.00  Single Copies 20c ea  Announcements  ALCOHOLICS   Anonymous,  Meeting, every Thurs., &:307  pm, Wilson Creek: Community-  HaU.885-28%or 885-3394. 4816-  tf  Work Wanted  -CRAFTS"PEOPLE!���ISF  terested  in a  booth for  Roberts Creek Daze July 14??  CaU Cindy Kirt at 886-9437.  1158 27  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES LTD.  '  Let-us care for your tree  needs:  -Topping   ---Falfine  ag-  Engagements  -Limbing  Insured work  "Our reputation  speaks for itself"  =__^mjmz  BACKHOE     OPERATOR.  ^-Exp'4-on- Case'-^O-B'sr  preference given to 2 or 3 yrs..  experienced. 885-3853. 1130-tfn  YOSHI'S RESTAURANT  requires part-time dishwasher., Apply in person  between 1 p.m. & 3 p.m. on  May 26 or write to Yoshi's  Restaurant, RR2, Gibsons. -  _. 1155-26.  2  CHILD  CARE  workers  needed in alternate schools  -inGibsonsrSrPenderHafbour  DELUXE PENTHOUSE Apt.  with approx. ,1,400 sq. ft.  living area. Blue plush carpeted stairway leading up to  15%' x 24' living rm, blue w-w,  .44 ft. rosewood feature wail,  wall of stonework with,hooded  elec. fireplace. Swag lamps,  upholstered wet bar with  colonial stools, sliding glass  doors "opening onto deck  featuring spiral stairway. 3  bdrm vanity bath with large  gilt.mirror. Open cabinet  kitchen,   dining   rm   with_  jcrystal cliancjelier & "rmrrored  planters. Lovely drapes  thruout. Colored- appliances.  View. Rent$300per mo, Port-  -MellonHwy. PhT886-9352.  1070-27  MADEIRA PARK.  1  bdrm  furn.  house,  w-w carpet,  fireplace. 738-5704.       1082-27  FOR "RENT:   Wilson  Creek'  Community Hall and Scout  Hall. Call Mabel Dooley at 885-  9804.  3691-tf  TRAILER PAD, Irwin Motel  -& ^Trailer-Court���Glose-to-  LOCAL AMWAYDistributor is  helping many persons earn  money working two to four  hours a day. We can help you.  For interview, call 885-9595. ..-  1103-28  FOR SALE - Ladies' .Wear  Boutique in Merritt, B.C.  For details write Box 1462,  Merritt, B.C: VOK 2B0. 1110-26  10 ACRES high occupancy  Homepark in developing  central B.C. village, public  services, schools,���stores,_  laundromat. 13 sites completed; potential 57 sites plus  _Qvenugnters.-Write-Box 235,  Vanderhoof, B.C. VOJ 3A0.  Phone 567-4186. 1118-28  Real Estate  PENDER HARBOUR,  Duncan Bay. Charming,  quiet seclusion, view lot near  sea & lake, J>ayed road, ��ity  amenities. FP $10,000, $1000  down, 9 pet., $100 per mo. Ivy  Potts, 883-2402. 4835-26  2 BDRM 10 x 55 Mobile Home  with 8x30 sundeck, w-w  carpet living rm & kitchen,  with wall oven, countertop  burners, fridge & double sink,  plumb, for auto washer in  bathrm. Blt-in drawers in both  bdrms, vanity in larger. Oil  barrels & stands, etc. $6,000  firm. 885-3398 aft. 6.      1020-26  '74   12x68   SAFEWAY,   3  bdrm, all appl., good cond  Asking $11,800.885-5444.   4950-  29  12x66' 4  quick  -anytime.  BDRM.  sale.  Priced (or  885-K00   3*��9-tf-  for Sept. 1. Apply by June 4 to  SC Community Service  Society, Box 1069, Sechelt.  1157-28  Sunnycrest Mall, 886-9615.  . 4893-25  -EXCEPTIONALEYline'view  lot in West Sechelt.  On  sewer.- Ph. 885-9796.    4724-tfn  Campers and Trailers  74 8M.' Cannonball Cmnper, 3-  way fridge, 3-brnr stove w-  oven, furnace, sink, dinette,  sips 4, hyd. jackjj, as new,  $2700. Bob 885-3211 or 885-2503.  J  4896-tf  8'x30' SEMI-FURN trailer.  On WF lot in Porpoise Bay.  Can be easily moved. FP  -$2,950rtermsr885-3310irr885^  3417. 1026-26  3283-tf  MR. & MRS. Roy Nygren of  Wilson Creek are pleased to  announce the engagement of  their youngest daughter Cindy  Lee to Mr. Cliff MacKay, son  of Mr. & Mrs. H. McKay of  Richmond. 1102-26  Personal  DIVORCE L$100__Plus .Piling  Fees ��� Obtain your uncontested divorce - fast - over  tlie telephone. Our forms and  typing services are lawyer  approved.  Call Self-Counsel  CLAPP CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing. All  types of Concrete Work.  Breaking and hauling away of  old concrete. Concrete  leakage problems. Seepage or  high pressure leaks.  SMALL APPLIANCE  REPAIR  ., through .      MILLER MARINE  ELECTRONICS  886-7918  3822-tfn  s^ie^^^  3035.  Chargex and" Master-  charge accepted.        4325-tfn  NEED A Divorce? For free  -information      and  {H-ofessional, fast, inexpensive  awyer-designed services,  contact: Vancouver Divorce  Service, Suite 8, 1734 W.  Broadway, Vancouver, B.C.  V6J1Y1. Ph. 736-2684.   4851-27  INCORPORATE yourself -  fast - over the telephone.  Our forms and typing services  -are lawyer  approved.  Call  Self-Counsel Services toll free  (112) 800-663-3035. Chargex  and Mastercharge approved.  4324-tfn,  SENIOR PERSON who lives  on waterfront home permanently - to share with  privacy but not feel lonely.  Box 310M, Sechelt.      1106-tfn  -    I..    _. ��� .1        ,���.,. ���I   l���       ������     ���.,���_.���,    ...I���   11.1   ���      I      I     ���_.!���     ���,     __y~    .    ���������-��  Work Wanted  WINDOW CLEANING  Hourly or Contract  free estimates  885-5735 mornings  3527-tf  THUNDER PAINTING  Interior & Exterior  professional work at  reasonable rates  Free Estimates  5 years on the coast  885-3301 & 886-7619  3861-tf  885-9468.  1073-27  Owl Builders Mart  RON'S FIX-IT Shop. Will fix  -���any kind of small appliance.  885-5728. 1081-27  Phone Wayne Clapp  for free estimates  885-2125  after 7 p.m.  Box 1341 Sechelt  4437-tfn  Part Time/FuU Time Retail  Sales People for Inside  .sales. Experience  preferred, but not  necessary.  Must be willing to work  some weekends. Salary  negotiable.        ^    contact  PAUL FLETT  885-2244  Owl Builders Mart  MOBILE HOME pad in West  Sechelt. 885#79.__4962_tfn  r-  i  i  i  i  i  i  WE DO housecleaning. Phone  Joyce, 886-9067 or Bonnie,  886-9635. 11131-28  EXPERIENCED TOWBOAT  and t boom man withv  aluminum work boat. Contract or hourly. Go anywhere.  Leave message for Gerry  Mitzel, 826-5423. Box 2036,  Clearbrook,B.C.V2T3T8.  1121-26  Help Wanted  EXPERIENCED TV 8t Stereo  technician to work part-  time on commission. Contact  Miller Ma'rlne Electronics.  886-7918. 4811-tf  WANTED  Qualified marine mechanic,  Breferably experienced on  lercury   products.   Good  remuneration & benefits. Call  Peter at Coho Marina,  883-2248  1154-26  _.----_----_.-_��-._--.-_-_-._-_.-.-_-.��__-.--n  The Peninsula Times Classifieds   j  3 lines for $2.15 !  Run your ad 3 times for the price of 2.       ���  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  j...  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  Print your od In Iho iqunru,  word.  Do mr�� to Uovo o blank tpr),.�� ollor ���nch  Thro* lints Is $2.13. fad additional lino It 60c,  Tali* ndvontofl* of our ipoclal sayings.  * Run your od Invito ~ tho third tins* Ii FREE.  ' || you pay lor y 'ir ad Iho Saturday boloro publication you got a  ,   discount ��� I Ac lor 1 Insertion - S0c lor 3.  In loch  your  ���it at  ADVERTISING -SALES" - "  Weekly newspaper needs  salesman. Some management  duties. Advancement  potential. Attractive salary  plus bonus scheme. Write:  Bill Graham, Publisher,  Lakes District News, Box 309,  Burns Lake, B.C. \V0J 1E0.  Phone 692-7526. 1012-26  ELDERLY LADY needs,  companion. Share seaside  home, light duties &  remuneration. Non-smoker  pref. 886-2147. 1099-27  , WANTED IMMEDIATELY, a  qualified welder. Minimum  no. 2 ticket req'd. Apply at  Precision Machine Works,  4464 Franklin, Powell River,  4854667. 9840-26  REQUIRED I'M'-  MEDIATELY, qualified  machinist. Apply at Precision  Machine Works Ltd., 4464  Franklin, Powell River, 485-  6667. 9841-26  Wanted to Rent  FURNISHED BDRM-bath. 6  months occasional  use.  Lady. SechellrHalfmoon Bay.  Box 310 F, Sechelt.       1146-28  For Rent  ROBERTS CREEK' 2 bdrm  ste, $325; 4 bdrm ste. 1350,  avail.  Immed.,   oo  Mitten  Realty, 885-3295,9 to 5. 4989-26  BARGAIN HARBOUR,  deluxe WF house, 2 bdrm,  w-w. elec. heat, 1% bath,  washer, dryer, all appl., incl.  dlshwsh. Ideal retired couple.  Long-term lease avail. $400  per mo. 883-2384. 1014-26  SUMMER RENTAL. 2 bdrm.  furn. beach cottage, Davis  Bay. FP. Avail last 2 wks of  June, all of Aug. only. 885-3310  or 885-3417. 1025-26  MAPLE^ CRESCENT  merits. 1, 2 & 3 bdrm apts  Reas. rent, Incl. heat,  cablevision, stove, fridge. 886-  7836 or apply Apt. No. 103-A.  4121-tfri  2 BDRM  HOUSE,  Wilson  Creek, 2 acres, avail. June  1st, $220. Ph. after 5 p.m., 884-  5341 or 435-3536. Ref.     1108-26  NEW CUSTOM 3 bdrm bsmt  home in Selma Park oh view,  ppty. Good location. Ph. 461-  6184. 1127-28  2 BDRM SEMI-FURN trailer  with washer & dryer. 886-  -9489; 115928  BASEMENT STUDIO suite in  Lower Gibsons overlooking  ���the - sea. - Partly furnished,  avail, immed. Rent' $135  month. Single man preferred.  Century West Real Estate  (1978) Ltd., Wharf Rd.,  Sechelt, B.C. 885-3271.   1162-26  LOT FOR sale in Gibsons,  _view���of���north���shore���n&am  ���������..���nrountainsrT)n~t--e end of~a  Apart-__ quiet_-Cul_de-sac^-l-block-to  22'    GLENDALE    Golden  Falcon travel trailer, $3,950.   1035-27-  shopping centre. All services  including sewer  $14,000 885-3818.  Offers  to  1019-26  GAMBIER  ISLAND.   New  home on 1 acre; 3 bdrm,  ensuite plumbing, 5 min. from  West Bay wharf. 886-2027.  1036-27  PRIVACY IN Sechelt ViUage.  _   100x260. Short walk to  beach,   stores   &   school,  $12,900,885-2087. 1063-27  TO SETTLE an estate, 56' lot  on Hyw. 101, Hopkins Ldg.  Prov._assessedjvalue $13,200.  885-2416. 1075-27   1   VIEW LOT Davis Bay area.  Gently sloping treed corner  Jot about 51' x 237'. Very weU  prieed by owner at $12,900  with some terms considered.  885-3737. 1089-27  NEAR-NEW 3 bdrm 1,000 sq.  ft., sundeck, carports, w-w  carpets,' big bright kitchen  FpRD-S_J-_ER_-Van-.V^_auto^  Raised roof & fully camp-  erized. Many extras. Must be  seen to be appreciated. $4,000.  View at Hwy 101, 5 houses N.  ofSelmaPk.Rd. 1149-26  18  FT.   TRAVEL  trailer,  Skylark.   Sips.   6.   Toilet,  fridge, stove. 883-2336. 1124-28  LIKE NEW camper for sm.  _truck.__Slps 4 - 4. hydraulic  jacks, 2 brn. stove, ice box,  etc. Used only twice. 885-3674.  1136-28  Boats and Engines  2 BDRM HOUSE in Grani  Mhams I_dc. avail immed. ..witf. fridge and stove, drapes  $245 per mo. 886-7701.   1039-27   jnd. Situated on quiet no-thru  Business Opportunities  NOW LOCAL Amway  distributor offers opportunity for good earnings.  You pick the hours, we assist.  For appt, call Paul Morris,  926-0807. 3918-tf,  WORKING  PARTNER  ��� ^ ��� ���  Required Immediately for  this area. Prefer someone  with either painting or  carpentry experience.  Must be able to work well  with l6bor-type help and  demand respect from  same. Excellent Income.  No selling. $7,500 Investment or take trades.  Phone  3394629  Vldan Enterprlie Ltd.  1947 Taylor Ave., Comox  tho Ponlniula Tlmoi Office  the Peninsula Times Classifieds  Box 310 Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  CLASSIFICATION  15  *2  60��  60��  60c  Nam*  |        Ad<ir-ti  I  | PaitalCod* I.I No,       ^  j   imi we im ee we ee we wm wm em em m%w ww mm imi wm pm pw ww ww ww ^mw wm ww ww mww i���  ; ...........;v   ������  ���   The Peninsula Times Classifieds  i  i  i  ���  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  Renting  Ono bedroom  apartments  Balconies  Colored Appllances  Vlow  Wall to wall carpet  Drapos  IntercoM  1 Controlled Entnanco  <7  ' Cablevlslon  Rent from $190.00  Call DOUG FERRIS  885-2283  foASEMENTSTUDIO sulto. In  Lower Olbsons, overlooking  tho _ea. Partly furnished,  nvail. Immed. Kent $135 por  mon. Century West Real  EeUU USiVai Ud, Wlwirf  Hond, Sechelt, B.C. 885-3271,   - ' '         10BB-25  WATERFRONT   HOUSE.   2  bdrm for rent by week .1 une-  AUR. 885-2754. 1001-27  EXCELLENT SECOND'  business, low overhead,  high income. Established  customers plus all equipment  & training. Phone Lee  Christian, 883-9171.     1016-tfn  RENT IBM  SELECTRIC TYPEWRITER  Student rate $35 month  For more info re: Service,  Rentals, or Purchase (calc. (  T.W.) call:  BEEBY  Office Equipment  434-9144  4870-26  _...[,��.....nun, in, ��� , .hi ,������ -  FOR A sincere, low-key yet  professional look at the  Amway opportunity, phone  Maureen or Art, 885-0595. 4972-  20  .i.,.-*������-1. ��� ....���i. n,.���������.������-.���,.i,n i-.n  i  .. ii.i_..i-.i-,-.tiiin '  WANTED: Distributors to sell  and assemble vinyl sash  windows. Small investment.  Best suited to carpenter or  woodworking shops. Woodcraft Industries Ltd,, Box  4590, Quesnel, B.C. V2J&J4.   4998-26  NURSERY AND Flowers.  Thriving business In  booming Port Hardy.  Property consists of 12 lots,  4,000 pq. ft. home and shop,  extra rented house. Next to  major highway Intersection.  Hardy Realty'Box 650, Port  Hardy VON 2P0. Phone 949-  7231. 1119-26  &TEHKO KBCOftDS and  . Tflfics Stare wJth ��^without  franchise rights. $10,000 plus  stock. Located on Vancouver  Island in Campbell River.  Phone 287-2611 or 337-6372  evenings. 1111-26  street, with nice ocean view.  Second house on Marble Rd.  on left side in Wilson Creek.  Quick sale by owner - make ah  offer. Ph. 245-7283 collect,  eves. 1107-tt  PEACE RIVER Area -  Valleyview: 800 acres, 345  open. Buildings, fences,  power, spruce trees, good  road, only $98,000. Chief  Mountain Realty, Box 1018,  Valleyview, Alta. T0H 3N0.  Phone (403) 542-2698.    1120-26  POST & BEAM 2 bdrm home.  Francis Peninsula. With  carpet thruout. Cabinet kitchen, oil furn. Franklin FP,  bsmt, wraparound porch.  110' x 101' lot by Govt, wharf.  Fine view of Gerrans Bay. 883-  2329. 1138-28  MUST SELL 1,500 sq. ft, A-  frame, all appliances. Semi-  furn.  Very private.  2 lots.  Leased land. 883-9459. $28,000.  1161-28  Mobile Homes  CLEAN 3 BDRM Port Royal  12 x 60'. Completely mobile  with wheels, some appliances.  Asking only $10,800. Jack  Noble, 883-2701. H.B. Gordon  Agencies Ltd., 885-2013. 1040-  tfn  PUBLIC TRUSTEE Estate  Salo. Tho Public Trustee as  Administrator of the estate of  Frank Townsend Lewis offers  for sale the following estate  asset: 1970 Murlette Mobile  Home, Registration No. 30414,  located at Pad 65, Sunshine  Court Trailer Park, Highway  101, RR No. 2, Gibsons, B.C.  Two-bedroom, 12' x 60' mobile  home, wood panel walls,  carpet, fake wood colling  beams, double sink, connected  to water and sewer. Wall  furnace and*00 amp fuse box.  Monthly pad rental Is $78. The  oroporty will be open for la-  spectlon on Thursday, 31st  May, 1979, between the hours  of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Written  offers for this property will be  received by the undersigned  up to 12 noon oh Monday, Juno  10, 1979. No representations  are made with respect to tho  condition of or title to the  property. The highest offer or  any offer not necessarily  accepted. Cush preferred but  terms considered. Enquiries  . may bo dlroot��d to the  Proporty Department, offlco  of the Public Trustee. 085-2431,  l_ocal 16. Clinton W. Foote,  Public Trustee, 800 Hornby  Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6Z  ,,.aO.--...��~.-��� -4MM9-  78 12x68 Berkshire, 3 bdrm,  carpet, drapes, all appliances incl, washer & dryer.  Lge sundeck. Asking $15,000.  HW-2706, 39-3-tf  REBUILT ENGINES  FOR SALE  6V53 Overhauled Marin*  4S3 Detroit Diesel  Uied 6 cyl, Dleiel Marine  PENDER HARBOUR  DIESEL LTD.  Hwy 101, Pender Harbour  683-2616  -ai-s=ai_d=TFocks=  =VYantecMo=BuY-  '65 MERCURY PU % T short  box, running cond., need  work, with canopy. $450 obo.  886-7877. .    1129-28  '77 DATSUN 280Z, air cond.,  am-fm radio, reclining  bucket seats, 6 steel belted  radials. 28,000 mi. exc. cond.  886-9047. 1134-tfn  '73 FORD F250, 4 x 4, $3,000  885-3514. '       ' 1143-26  m-   -NEW-     YORKER-  ���Broughamr -Almst-every -  option, sun rf, Pullman seat.  Almost new SB radials, jxc. _  cond. Take trade. W.H.Y. or  $3,450 cash. 885-3584.     1151-26  SCUBA EQUIPMENT  wanted. Tank, regulator,  spear gun and lead. Also small  dinghy. Carpenter work for  part. 886-2737. 1053-27  WANT CARSEAT and small  crib. 885-9076 or 885-9563:  1160-26  For Sale  '69 FORD.ECONOLINE van,  fair cond. $600.885-5740.  1150-26  '69 FORD  100 pickup,  gd.  running order, $950.  885-  3650. 4974-tfn  -i  '73 510 DATSUN, 4 dr., auto,  new radials, rear defog. 886-  9064. 4973-26���  LADIES, Mens. Childrens,  Maternity Clothing, 'New &  Nearly   -New'.      Encore  -Boutique, 2445 Marine Dr.,-W,.  Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon-Sat,  _10-5;_ l414_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  OLDER FRIGIDAIRE,   50"  tall, working cond. small  icebox, $50.883-9958.    4812-25  '73 CORTINA L 2000t std.,  50,000 mi., new brakes, good  run cond., $1,500.885-5442.  1031-27  "LOGGING���TRUCKTT975  ���Hayes���^Glipper"���400-1  Cummins 10-speed, 2-speed  auxiliary. Peerless rigging  with scales. Very good condition. $30,000. Phone Telkwa  846-5331 or 846-5528.      1114-27  Motorcycles  '78   KAWASAKI   100.   G5.  Enduro. Gd. cond., approx.  1,700 mi., $450 obo. 883-9084.  1068-27  KAWASAKI KH400, 1,300 mi.  Richman racing faring.  Exc. cond., $1,000,836-7963.  \ 4975-26  FOR SALE  -BY_OWNER_  "1260 sq ft full basement  home. Situated on 60x120  Jonn_Sec_ieJt___LBR-_]J^2_   baths^-Z-EF��;���l.ge -k itchen-  w/custom   built   cqblne_tsj_  Lge rec room & wkshop  w/laundry area. Paved  driveway & carport. Owner  transferred; price slashed  to $49,900 firm for quick  sale.  PHONE 885-2033  betwn. 7-1 OP.M.  24 FT. REINELL cabin  cruiser with head, sink  stove, ice box. 225 hp, trim  tabs, depth sounder, gd. cond.  1-0 OMC $11,000. 885-2427 aft.  ' 6. 1105-28  VEGA I Troller at Gibsons. 6  ton A license. 32 ft. Beam  over 9 ft. 886-7792. 1104-28  -19' GREW LAPSTREAK boat;  ��� 100 HP Merc,, exc sea boat,  for fishing. Lge. cockpit. 25  gal. fuel tank, tac compass,  sounder, anchor, Jackets, etc.  $2,000,886-7810. 1135-28  '76 MERCURY 4.5 outbd. New  condition, $425.885-3674.  1137-26  73 24' REINELL. Very clean.  New leg, $10,000.885-3514,  1142-26  14 FT."��� FIBREGLASS boat  (Sangster). Foredeck needs  some work, complete with  trailer & 40 hp Johnson,  controls, steering, etc. Make  an offer. Phone 885-5Q25 eves.  1145-26  16' FIBREGLAS over wood. 20  Merc exc. cond. & small air-  cooled eng. for pump-water in  & out. Live bait box.  Downrigger with cannonball.  Exc. home mde trailer. Take  trade -12 or 14' alum, boat &  cash or $1,400.885-3584.1152-26  Machinery  1971 MACK 335 Cummings  engine. New brakes, 90 pet.  rubber, 5&4 transmission.  3,000 gallon steel tank. 3"  Monarch pump, on & off.  Spreader bar. Complete  $22,000 obo. Phone Quesnel,  747-1691. H17-26  Livestock  SAILING dinghy wanted, 12' -  14'. Should oe "one-design"  class. Condition not important  If repairable. 883-2287.1016-26  MILLER MARINE  ELEPTWCAL SERVICES  All marlno wiring & marine  electrical repairs.  886-7918  1141-tfn  2 ONLY Aluminum boats 16'  need work Best offer. 885-  2m. 4063-26  73 FIBERFORM 22'/.';   188  Merc ihrot^ depth sounder;  compass; fresh water cooling,  805-2780.       ��� 1054-27  HEADWATER MARINA  Moorage and Marine Ways.  Down Narrows Road  883-2406 24 hours  3826-tfn -  25 FT. GSrC, 3 sails, 2 anchors,  sounder,   compass,   9.9  Evinrude,  two 5-gnl.  gas  tanks, lifelines, life jackets,  ���^fieyrewmt^xr-m^mr   ���.. ���.,.-,. ���J07W7-  Cars and Trucks  HORSESHOEING.  CaU Bob  Hopkins eves. 886-9470. 3300-  tfn  CHICKS - brown egg layers,  white Leghorns, white  Rocks. Order early-ship  anywhere. Napier Chief-  Safes, 6743-216th St., Box 59,  Milner, B.C. VOX 1T0. 534r  7222. 3462-tf  HORSESHOEING,   jjxper'd.  Farrier, Warren Drader  available, 886-2977.       4864-30  REGISTERED   Thorobred  gelding,   well-trained  &  gentle, $500 without tack. 885-  9285 or 885-9888. 4961-26  ATTN HORSE owners. We  have a barn, green grass,  clover & lots of room. You  supply feed & care & a small  monthly fee. 886-7453.   1132-28  WANTED:  2 young calves.  Preferably beef. 886-2887.  1144-26  FOR SALE: 80-ton bulk feed  facilities. System includes  four 20-ton bulk tanks, augers,  scales, conveyors and  elevating leg.. Central Cariboo  Co-op, 1060 South Lakeside,  Williams Lake, B.C. Phone  392-2992. 1116-26  HALLMARK Registered  Herefords, Selling 45 quality  yearling heifers and bulls,  Ready to breed 50 cows with  calves. Tom Hopkins, 4218  King George Highway,  Surrey, B.C. Phone 594-9568.  1115-29  OIL RANGE with new 30 gal.  hot water tank. 883-3905.  1030-27  SANSUI 4000 solid state  amplifier, AM, FM, 65 watts  per chan. Handles 3 speaker  systems. Checked by Sansui.  $200 firm. 885-5252.       1032-27  QUEST- PROPANE - camp  cook stove, 4 burner, 2 oven,  lge. grill. Offers. 883-2496.  1034-27  16"    TRIMMER-EDGER  weedeater and 50' of cord,  $75. Ph. after 6,886-8270. 1037-  27  YARD SALE. May 20, Sun., 10  a.m. Cedar Grove Rd.,  Roberts Creek. Windows,,  wood cook stove, bath tub, 45  gal. oil drums. 250 gal. oil  tank, odds & ends.        1060-26  GARAGE SALE. Sat., May 26,  7 Isles, Hwy. 101, Madeira  Pk. Ph. eves for further infor.  883-2676. 106^-26  ICE CASTLES LTD.  Party Ice,  Block Ice  For Ev��ry Occasion  WE DELIVER  Minimum Order  Required  PHONEs  886-2641  AT LOWEST  COMPETITIVE PRICES  J  12.5 CU. FT. Propane fridge.  Fully reconditioned 1 yr.  ago. $350 firm. 880-9268 aft. 6.   1022-26  WELL-BUILT all-cedar boat  house. Holds up to 24 ft.  boat. Can be seen at Johnson  and Goodwin at Indian Arm.  885-5101. Wkends. 929-4085.  1027-26  Wanted to Buy  ���74 ASTRA  886-2854.  Hatchback. Call  1128-26  OLD GROWTH cedar blocks  24" long, 100 pet clear of  defects, 90 pet edge grain no  ood, 95 pet over fl" wide.  Eper cord delivered to  wack. Ph. 860-0471 for  Info. 4938-26  LOGS OR TIMBER wanted,  fir,  hemlock W  cedar.  Porpoise Bay lagging Ltd.  085-9408 or 885-2032.       4485-tf  USED   100   LB. '&   20   lb.  Propane tanks wanted. Call  885-3143. 4086-26  2 -100 LB. PROPANE tanks,  older Propane stove, midsize freezer. Ph. 88W.765. 4955-  26    WANTED  BAND-IRON  Ph. 885-2339  1057-26  '"18w"'ST^Ct_e''^"'24,r''sffikr  Mocks to purchase on a WWW  cutout basts. Contact Cornlo,  885-9417 after 4:30 p.m.; Fred,  886-2284. 9-4. Timber mar lea  required. Cornel Sawmills.  Wilson Creek. 1101-t.  SUMIVItli  ART COURSE  Capilano College  Sechelt  Thoie porions with  Ideas for a credit or  non-credit tummer  art course please  contact the college at  885-3814  between  6:30-10:00 P.M.,  Mon.-Thurs. evenings,  before  May 31, 1979.  DEEP FREEZE, 15 cu. ft.  Also guitar. 888-2571. 1139-26  30" ELECTRIC stovo, good  cond,, $75.885-2806,   1148-26  More Classified Page B-4  . Wednesday, May 23,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageB-3  i  _��-_    1___f        __isl        SBBIitaMi tragi        jEs!  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  883-2794  Highway 101, at Francis Peninsula  WATERFRONT ACREAGE ���  Two-4 acre parcels.- 150' frontage. Your  choice $50,000 each.  MclMAUGHTON POINT ���  1.9 acres' of choice view waterfront  overlooking Malaspina Strait. Most charming 3 bedroom home with sunken living  room, ship deck floors and cut stone  fireplace. A little sprucing up^jljTmake this '__  '_ retreat worth much more than the $70,000  _ a_sking_prjce._ _ ___.    MADEIRA PARK ���  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 an investment! $12,500 for quick sale.  EXCEPTIONALLY LARGE LOT ���  Desirable location  on  Francis Peninsula.  Over an acre of privacy in a park-like  -setting. Water and power are to'the lot line..  Close io the water and just a short .walk to   the Government Wharf ��� Can be yours for  $15,000. _  "WATERFRONT-LOT^   Deep protected moorage at Egmont. this lot  has trailer pad, water, power and septic  field already in.- An opportunity plus at  $35,000.  HASLAM-CREEK-WATERFRONT-���-  A unique ond incredibly beautiful property  Rd.  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 ���   . ,  "PENDEROSX"  at  Garden   Bay.   Drlve-jfi,  take-out,   groceries,, ~ 2 "bedroom Hiving~  quarters with close-water-view. Here's-a���  growing business and good home In the  ��� most sought after spot on the B.C. coast.  Like to live here wouldn't you? Call Mike ,  Rosse at 883-9376.  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 at 883- -  9378.  "HARBOUR SUPPLIES ��� Plumbing, electrical,  . furniture and appliances. This business  showsa^jeodTetum andTsf 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. L__  BOX 100  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  883-2233  REALTY  LTD.  TOLL FREE FROM  VANCOUVER:  689-7623  'Member of Multiple Listing Service  of 15 acres ond opp_p__-_-5Q--of-beach.-ln--  eluded 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.  HARBOUR MOTORS ��� at Kielndale.  jeryice_s_afionr^b^o^lshop^and3  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.  John Breen - 883-9978       Mike Rosse 883-9378    Jock Hermon 883-2745  Sfc  Real Estate & Insurance  aoencSPSd. Box 238''589 Marlne Drive'Gibsons  886-2248  96  GIBSONS WFT ��� Gower Point area; 2 bdrms, large living room with FP,  electric heat, full basement could be made into rec room or extra living  area. Garage with lighted drive, beautifully landscaped. Very choice  property. $85,000.  GIBSONS ��� Bay area, close to beach, stores and PO- Attractive 3 bdrm  home on extra large lot with good vegetable garden. Home isrcon- <��  veniently  designed  with   large   living  room  with   rec   room,   utility,  workshop and spare room. $62,000.  GIBSONS ��� Lower Village, fantastic view from LR, 2 bdrms on main floor  with den br extra bdrm in basement. FP in living room and very good  convenient kitchen. Close to shopping, on sewer. Priced to sell at  $46,900.  .'������'.���  ROBERTS CREEK ��� This well-built contemporary home has over 1040 sq  ft, Is located on Hanbury Road, and has over 20 acres with all-year creek,  power, young orchard, good gardening ��� beautifully treed. This property  offers complete seclusion and privacy. By appointment only, call John  Black for details.  ROBERTS! CREEK ��� New subdivision, 2*bdrm house on large lot; lower  floor has utility room, storage and extra lavatory. Some view of Georgia  Strait from upper floor; priced to sell at $39,500.  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 $48,000.  VETERANS ROAD ��� Comfortable 3 bdrm family home, lovely post fl.  beam construction with stone FP in living room. Main rooms are arranged  In attractive open style; extra room in basement, a/o heat. Ensuite  plumbing. Situated on large lot with good garden area. Must be seen,  PORT MELLON ��� Cozy 3 bdrm home on Dunham Road, FP In living room,  attached carport, nice size lot 70 x 173. Asking $37,500.  LANGDALE ��� Panoramic view of Howe Sound and North Shore Mts.,  from this comfortable 2 bdrm family home. Has finished basement with  kllchon 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.  i  LANGDALE ��� Many oustandlng features In this contemporary styled 3  bdrm home. Spacious master bdrm with sauna, wired and lined;  cathodral celling in LR, finished In Calif, redwood; FP finished with  Arizona sandstone. Kitchen has barbecue & rotisserie, ceramic tile floor.  Basement ready for finishing touches, has a window wall. Cozy family  room ad|olns kitchen. 2 FP with heatilators, double glazing on main floor.  $85,000. Call George Cooper for appt.  SELMA PARK ��� Luxurious custom built home has three bdrms, also  completely finished basement. Cathedral entrance Is brightened by  mirror wall; deluxe carpeting throughout and many extra features, i.e.  bulltln oven, dishwasher, etc. Exterior Is finished with vinyl siding;  proporty Is landscaped and has a view to Trail Islands. Just a 1/4 mile to  school and located In choice residential area. Don't fall to see this fine  horns. Asking $67,000.00  LOTS  GRANTHAMS ���- three lots on Reed Road. Good Investment property,  potontlal vlow. Asking $8,750 each.  LOWER GIBSONS ��� 3 lots, corner School Road and Hiway 101,  tremendous potential, high traffic area. $175,000.  GLASSFORD ROAD ~~ Nice building lot, on sewer; good residential area,  $13,000.  FIRCREST RD ��� New subdivision, lot size 61x131. Priced at only $9,700.  Evenings CaU_ John Black, 886-7316;  Ron McSavaney, 885-3339;  George Cooper, 886-9344  H0MES  GIBSONS ��� 2 BR residence with one BR  suite on Hwy 101, adjacent to Seaview  Plaza. Good investment ot $53,500.  -FRANCIS'-PENINSU-A^"^"!!.--^  Glendale mobile home with 430 sq ft  addition. On 2/3+. acre lot. $28,500.  GULFVIEW ROAD ��� Madeira Park,  fantastic view from this new home ��� 3  new appliances, fireplace. $87,000.  =feSINC_AirVBAY ROAD���3 BR view home-  1656 sq. ft., built 1974. Dble. carport,  storage room, heated 34x20' swimming  pool. Large lot,  level  & fenced, with  large garden area. $130,000.  GARDEN BAY ��� 3 BR split level home,  built 1977. 6 appliances, 2 sundecks,  carport. Excellent view. Landscaped  semi-waterfront-lease lot. $35,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� Near new 3  bdrm split level- Fireplace, sundeck &  carport. $60,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� interesting 4 BR view  home, architect designed. 5 major'  appliances. $77,000.  ^3 BR view home,  stone fireplace, ensuite, 6 appliances.'  Close to marina, $75,000, One car taxi  business available with above for additional $10,000.  MIDDLE POINT ��� 2 BR home, 1100 sq ft  on 9.5+ fairly level, treed acres. Well.  850+ ft frontage on Highway 101.  $49,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 4 BR home with view  on landscaped lot, Large workshop &  equipment storage area in back. Ideal  location for builder/contractor. $69,500.  ���**'������ 2v- 'J'"  NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 BR home,  fireplace, sundeck, 3/4 acre lot on Hwy  101. $37,500.  GARDEN BAY ��� 4 BR home on 2 levels.  Electric heat. Landscaped, close to stores  & mannas. $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.  i ;'��*tfiii'*j~ty  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR view  home, thermopane windows, fireplace,  . w/w_,-3_hathrooms. Easy, walk to stores.  PO & marinas. $67,500.  BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� 2 BR view home,  built 1971. Fireplace, double garage.  garden-area.-$42,500.   jj3  LOTS AND ACREAGE  a  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  LOTS  1. MADEIRA PARK ��� serviced lots.  $7,000-$22,000.  2. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� serviced lots.  $9,000-$24,000.  3; SANDY HOOK ��� view lot on Porpoise Drive. $8,000,  4. WARNOCK ROAD ��� excellent lot,  landscaped, septic tank & foundation for  12x60'mobile home. $16,000.  5. BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� 1.5 acres,  treed, serviced. $25,000. >������  6. MOBILE HOME LOTS ��� seven lots,  serviced with hydro & , water, on  Cochrane Road, Francis Peninsula.  $11,000-$! 2,750.  7. GARDEN BAY, AREA ��� view lots, on  Garden Bay estates & Sinclair Rd.  $13,500:$21,250.  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.  LOTS  IRVINES LANDING ��� At last, a  waterfront lot with all the features you  have been looking for ���- 108 ft low bank  sheltered waterfront, westerly exposure, good view, nearly level and  nicely treed. $55,000.  SECRET COVE ��� Lot A on Wescan Rd.  Steep, but has good building site &  sheltered moorage. On sewer system.  $35,000.  GERRANS BAY ��� 75�� ft waterfront  with deep, sheltered moorage: A good  buy at $35,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 132 ft W/F in  Pender Harbour. 1.8 acres, deep  moorage. $50,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 83 ft W/F in  Pender Harbour (adjoins above  property). 1.22�� acres. Deep moorage.  $36,500,  GERRANS BAY ��� 220�� ft low bank  sheltered waterfront, 1.24 treed acres,  Access from Francis Peninsula Road.  $44,000.  ACREAGE  ACREAGE  INVESTMENT PROPERTY  Partially   developed   subdivision   with  potential of 59 lots on Francis Peninsula,  Pender Harbour. $150,000.  1. MIDDLE POINT ��� 2,9 treed acres on  Hwy 10) with 949�� sq ft 2 BR, homo with  carport. Drilled well, $39,500.  % RUBY LAKE ��� 3+ treed acres, close  to public lake accesi, $19,800,  3, FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 3.4�� acres &  4�� acres, seml-waterfront. Overlooking  Malaspina Strqit & |ust a few feet to the  waterfront. Hydro, water & paved road,  $40,000 "toach.  4. NearKuby Lake ~ 8.39 acres on Hwy  101. $25,000.  5. Near Madeira Park ��� 15 acres,  2150+. ft on Hwy 101. $44,000.  6, Frpncls Peninsula ��� l.Bdb acros,  corner of Warnock and Francis Peninsula  Roads, $17,500.  7! WARNOCK ROAD - lovol lot, almost  one acre. Good soil, selective!/ cloarod,  $24,000.     ���  8, FRANCIS  PENINSULA ���  2��   acres  with panoramic vlow of Pender Harbour.  12'x20'   cabin,   concrete   driveway,  ,$32,000.  9. EGMONT ��� 11 db treed acres with  year round creek. Road access, $49,500,  I  COMMERCIAL PROPER  3  JUNCTION ISLAND - ST. VINCENT BAY ���  18.75+. acres, treed, sheltered  moorage, several coves, oysters. 15 min.  ride by fast boat from Earls Cove or  Egmont. $120,000.  EGMONT ��� 3,8�� acres with 550�� ft.  low bank waterfront. Float, launching  ramp. Whole property Is terraced and  levelled ready for development. Drilled  well. $165,000.  EARL COVE ��� 5,57 acros, 450�� ft  sheltered waterfront ad|olnlng ferry  terminal, Excollont slto for possible  motel, hotel, camper.trailer park.  $135,000.  EGMONT ��� 2,27 acres with 387_h ft low  bank waterfront, Good drlvoway to  watorfront. Launching ramp, site has  been prepared for possible use as yV/F  trallor-campor park & fishing resort, An  excollont proporty, Full price $93,000,  ST. VINCENT BAY ��� 400�� ft waterfront,  5.97 acres, water access. $29,500.  EGMONT ��� 7 acres with 540 ft low  bank waterfront, Site has been  prepared for possible use as a large  WF trailer-camper park & fishing  resort. This is an excollont proporty  ad|oinlng the Egmont Marina.  $180,000 ��� Owner will finance at  bank Interest .rate,  WEST LAKE, NELSON ISLAND ��� )00��  acres, 414Qdb ft. choice lakefront,  1800�� ft, oceanfront on Vanguard Bay,  1 log cottages with fireplaces, T post 4  beam cottage, Access by boat or float  plane, An excellent buy for $140,000,  MADEIRA PARK ��� get yourself out of  the house and Info this easy-to-run  clothing business with gooo! potential,  $22,000, plus stock-  Also available with above ��� 1,000it sq.  ft, commercial building with room for  expansion^ $33,000,  GARDEN BAY MARINA ~ 700�� lineal  feet floats., Living quarters, laundry,  showers, On leased land. Complete  marine gas 8 diesel sales, $05,000,  WATERFRONT HOMES  1  TROUT FARM- PENDER HARBOUR. Ready  to go ��� raceways Installed to handle  160,000 trout, 95�� acrds land,  Provincial commercial trout (arm  licence, Water licence, Located on Hwy  101, across from Pender Harbour  Secondary School, $266,000.  MADEIRA PARK ~ vacant store bldg, HOSPITAL BAY - 3 BR home with 1/2  ad|olnlng living quarters, One acre with basement on 30,+ ft low bank water-  104'   Irontage  on   Madeira   Park   Rd, tront,    Southerly   exposure,   Float.  '*wi��ctm''fs*,ooor~*'-"*"~  -   "������" - ~~   OARDEN BAY ��� spacious 3 BR home on  1,16 acres on Cloydon Road, On 95+ It  waterfront with float and boathouse,  $149,000 ��� - ,...-,���..,.,��� ,  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  0UI or JEAN SWDEY, 883-2233  V  /  ���mmm  >  I1 Page B-4 Peninsula Times  Wednesday. May 23,1979  For Sale'..  GREENHOUSES AND  Greenhouse fiberglass;'  . corrigated._or.i_at;_.20-year_  warranty. Strong, durable  chinaboard wall liner for  hygienic areas. Phone  NUFAB 530-6201.22470 Fraser  Highway, Langley V3A 4P6.  ���. -==:U12_26_  URINE-ERASE guarantees  removal dog, cat, human  urine stains, odours, from  carpets or fabrics. Free  brochure. Dept. A, Reidell  Chemicals. Ltd., Box 7500,  London, Ont. N5Y 4X8. 1113-26  2 BIKES: 1 moto-cross. Good  cond. Ph. eves. 886-7505.  1123-28  4-HOUSE GARAGE Sale May  27. Weather permitting. 10  ~am?4"p;m7PratHldr* watch-  rfor,sign.^==s=s^s==_14(-!26-:  Doug Joyce  Bob Bull  8854761  885-2503  REALTY LTD.  885-3211  lack Anderson  Stan Anderson  Don Hadden  985-2053  885-2385  885-9504  '64 FARGO 400 2% T cab &'  chass., slant 6 motor, as is,  $400; wrecking '70 Chev. stn  wgn., power window, 15" bias  tires, roof rack, 400 cl, big  black, running; 4'x 8' util.  shed, $75; '67 6 hp Evinrude  motor, gd.- cond.,-$250. 885-  3546. -     1098-27  ZENITH   15"   color   TV?  Workings hrs: 885^584.  SECHELT        ^^"-���--^^^ ' $47,500  Near new, large, brignFTSconomical 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 $47,5QCU Call Don. >     ,  REDROOFFS $67,500  New waterfront 3 bdrm home with expansive view of Georgia Strait and Vancouver Island. Features shake roof,  stainless steel 'Shaw' fireplace & skylight.  Treed lot. Bob.  -FREE REAL ESTATtCATALOGUfr  Post Office Box 1219, Sechelt  Vancouver Toll Froo: 684-8016  "1  1153-26  14 CU. FT. Freeaer, $125. 885-  5656. 1156-26   GARDEN-PESTICIDES-^-  & CHEMICALS  __-_-__=-=_=now sold at- --=-___  s^ESrSKHKT  \ 9.5 acres of good farmland. Has new 4 bdrm  ranch style home. 2 ponds supplied by  spring water with approx 4 acres cleared,  balance has some timber. All services on  paved rd. 2 miles from Sechelt centre. This  property has many potential uses. Bob  SECHELT VILLAGE: $47,900. 2 bedroom up,  den & extra bedroom down. Double  plumbing, Heatilator' fireplace in large  living-room-fi-jec_-toQm._.Stw:co_---terlor..  Large lot within-walking distance to schools  and shops. Easy terms. Call Jack.  VIEW OF TRAIL ISLANDS $82,000  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.  CREEKSIDE HOME ' $68,500  On 6/10 acre with parklike setting,  towering trees & spacious, easy to maintain  level lawns. One year new expansive home  has two large bedroortos. Separate entrance  hall leads to a large living room with  fireplace that invites gracious entertaining.  A 23x28' attached garage could be converted to an extra bedroom & family room.  An added plus is a 440' workshop with 3 pee  plumbing. Close to best sandy beach in  -area:���     ������ '���  WEST SECHELT $35,500'  Cul de sac off Norvan Road. 3 bedroom full  basement family home. Good garden soil  and large sundeck'. 1,154, sq. ' of quality  construction. Asking- $55,500. Call Doug.  MACLEODS  Sechelt  4965-24  1 BDRM HOUSE. Must be  moved. $1,500 obo. 885-2465.  4966-26  Legal Notices  ��  BRITISH COLUMBIA  HYDROAND  POWERAUTHORITY  Invites tenders for Rental of  equipment Backhoe Case 580B  or equivalent, labour and  related material to dig and  blast pole holes and install  anchors as required within the  Sechelt Power District for the  period 10 June 1979 to 31 May  1980.  Reference No. Q9-3492  Closing Date: 6 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, 6 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.  1147-Pub. SPT May 23, 1979  Understand  mortgage  ROBERTSCREEK $52,000"  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^-Tako���Gibsons-home���in  trade. Bob.  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.   LOTS  MADEIRA PARK - $21,000. Over 3/4 acre, almost level with view  through Pender Harbour. Just 400 feet to water's edge. Close to  marina. On paved road with hydro, phone and water along road.  Call Don. ���   %  VILLAGE, PEBBLE CRESCENT LOT- ��� $12,500. Save some trees &  have a garden on this level Lot. Easy walking distance to all shops.  Price now only $12,500. Call Don. - (  DAVIS BAY WATERFRONT ~~_- $36,500  Large lot with a fine beach. Fairly steep access but walkabie.  Fantastic southwest view. Nicely treed. (Stan)  terms  A mortgage loan is a  transaction In which an  amount of money is borrowed  and a promise to pay Is given.  As additional security for  the loan, the borrower gives  the lender a conveyance or  charge on the borrower's  property or real estate.  The MORTGAGE is the  lender and the MORTGAGOR  is the borrower. The '1'I.RM is  the actual length of lime the  original loan is In effect,  which ls generally five years,  but may be more or less.  Tho MATURITY DATE is  the final day of the term, on  which any unpaid balance of  the mortgage loan is due and  payable to the mortgagee in  full.  .'i.qi.ciitly, the mortgage  loan is renewed and  refinanced at the current  mortgage rate on that date.  The AMORTIZATION  PERIOD is tho period  required to retire a loan by a  series of equal payments, It Is  generally used In referring to  blended monthly payments of  principal and Interest.  NOWS  THE  TIME  TO BUCKLE  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY $ 12O000  ^echlrt^Xfllldg^^u.ly^^nfedpmdlTly^TF  lease. Shows good return on investment.  Opportunity   to   invest   in  -this   growing  community. Details to bonafide purchaser.  Doug.  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.  -WEST-SECHELT-  -$72,500   SECHELT VILLAGE - $52,900. NEW-NEW-WITH-VIEW. View from  "kltehe'nTilvlnjp-oorrrand-sundeck.-lncludes-3-bedrooms, kitchen-  pantry; fireplace, carport, large lot. Call Bob to view anytime.  SECHELT VJJ.LAGE: Pebbtt Crescent -  $53,900'. Complete new remodel job. Large  rancher 1515 sq ft. Close to shops and  school. Level lot too. New cupboards,  carpets, quarry tile entrance & bathroom  floors, light fixtures & paint. Why rent when  you can move into afine home at this price?  Wood heater to beat fuel bills tool Call Bob.  Spanish split-level home, near new with all  the extra features'. Double carport,  workshop, 3 baths, 4 bdrms, 2 fireplaces,  bay window and a formal dining area. Good  level lot affords a view from.the 2nd floor.  Tile roof, 2288 sq ft. Call Bob.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS ��� $40,000. Extra large building lot in area of  new homes. All services including paved roads. Call Doug.  SANDY HOOK LOT ��� $10,300. Approx 70 x 127' with shed on.  Hydro, phone & water on paved road. Close to boating & fishing.  Call Don.  ACREAGE  ROBERTS CREEK - $18,500. Privacy in the trees on this 1.3 acre  parcel with gentle  slope towards the sea. Hydro, phone and  reg. water at road. Call Don.  SECHELT VILLAGE: 5 acres measuring 330 x 660'. Will eventually  have a view. Close to the arena. Try your offer to $35,000.  REDROOFFS 1/2 ACRE: Treed & 104' of frontage on Redrooffs Rd.  Lots of good trees and some aider for firewood. Easy access from  the road and excellent topsoil. Serviced with power & water. FP  $12,500.    REDROOFFS AREA: Wildwood Rd., 125 x 200' level lot, very easy to  build on. Beautiful evergreens. Priced for immediate sale at  $11,200.  SECHELT VILLAGE $36,900  Near new 3 bdrm modular home on clear  garden lot with carport. Price includes  stove, fridge, washer & dryer and is completely furnished. Walk to shops. A bargain.  Stan.  -__-~_-_-_��. -J��&"  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. CaU Bob.  WILSON CREEK ��� Own your own trailer park on Hwy 101. Complete  with mobile home for you to live in. Winding stream through 2.41  acres, two double wide concrete pads. Asking $60,000.  SECLUDED WATERFRONT ACREAGE  Do ypu want a quiet waterfront retreat with no roads or cars? We  have a few parcels of evergreen forest, 5 to 10 acres each.  Minimum of 250 feet of waterfront and stream .thru most lots.  Located 22 miles of Sechelt by water or air only. Fly in with Tyee  Airways Ltd. from Vancouver or-Sechelt, or use your own boat. Call  Don.  SANDY HOOK WATERFRONT: 68' of accessible waterfrontage with  boat launching slipway. 400' sq ft cabin with fireplace & large deck.  Partly furnished. Asking $49,000.  ROBERTS CREEK: Large treed, serviced lot close to beach & golf  course. Quiet area, mobile home permitted. FP $11,900.  REDROOFFS: 4 side by side view lots,.each 1,18 acres with 100 feet  "road frontage. Excellent buys" at full price $15,000 eachT  WATERFRONT, W. SECHELT  Pebble beach with your own road right to  water,   3 bdrms,   3 complete  bathrooms,  recreation room, wine cellar and  lots of  extras. View from all living areas. One of  the better waterfront homes on the coast.  Bob.  EGMONT WATERFRONTI: Excellent investment opportunity. Close  to 560' of waterfront with 5 acres & a 5 yr old double wide home.  Asking $85,000 with 1/2 dn. All offers & trades will be considered.  SECHELT VILLAGE ��� Lot 6, selectively cleared leaving some trees.  View of the ocean & within walking distance to shopping. Sewered  this year. Asking $12,000.  EGMONT WATERFRONTAGE: Over.,20.acresijwith appro^j.1.000' of  "waferfront. Could be an excellent investmeht.'Vendor offers'terms  wtth $50,000 dn. Consideration given to trades.  SOUTHWOOD ROAD: Close to 1/2 acre. Level building lot. Hydro  and regional water at road. CHeck& compare. Attractively priced at  $9,450.  A FINE ACREAGE: $35,250 full price ��� Sechelt Village. Just under 5  acres with an attractive view and lots of garden soil. Treed property  with a developed well and good road access. Partly cleared. Call  Stan.    '���'"������'���  CLEARED, LEVEL LOT: Sechelt Village ��� 62.5 x 120'. Ready for  building. Owner will trade as part down payment on home. Value  $11,500. ...������.  SECHELT VILLAGE $68900.00  Panoramic view of village and Trail Bay.  Like new spacious home with room for  everyone including .home occupancy in  lower level. Features are too numerous to  mention. Check them out with Bob*885-2503  BUSINESS BLOCK  SELMA PARK VIEW LOT: Extra large 90 x 179' lot, corner location,  easy access. Excellent view of Trail Island. FP $15,500.  A LITTLE GOLDMINE: Sechelt's best restaurant. A THRIVING  business with an excelltn gross profit. Living accommodation on site  for the new owners at very little'extra. ,  SECHELTVILLAGE $44,900  Sunshine Heights. Spectacular view of the  inlet & mountains. 1058 sq ft of easy to keep  2 bedroom home. Landscaped by a  professional. Priced to sell immediately.  Cqll Doug;-  GOING CONCERN: Small trailer park, 4 pads and lots of room for  expansion, 2.41 acres of land, some trees. Wilson Creek location.  Very convenient. FP $60,000.  ,   .,., .  SEMI RETIREMENT BUSINESS GOING CONCERN $74,800 FULL PRICI  TWO LAUNDROMAT LOCATIONS. TERMS * TRADI  Both of these sites are Ideal for year-round steady trade. 14 washer  dryers In one location. 7 dryers and 14 washers In 2nd location. All  equipment In top condition. Stores are clean and newly decorated.  Gross revenue approx $2,800 per month, For further Information  call J. Anderson 885-2053 Vane 684-8016  WILSON CREEK: On Browning Rd, a 75 x 158' view lot only 300' from  beach, road access. This lot is partially cleared and fenced, ready to .  build on. A quiet street close to all facilities. One of a kind at  $16,900.    ��� ,____.           WILSON      CREEK $11,500 ea.  Secluded building Lots located on a quiet dead end street. The Lots  are 150 x 70', easy to develop and flat with some trees. Close to a  good beach. In area of new homes. (Stan)  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT: Lot 100 x 725 ��� Great view with all  services, water, paved road, cablevlslon, hydro FP $29,000.  HOPKINS LANDING. View lot close to ferry ��� area of new homes  priced to sell at $13,000. Call Bob.  WILSON CREEK  3 bedroom 1200 sq ft sea view from this  new full basement home. 3 pee vanity bath  plus ensuite off master bedroom. Fireplace,  shake roof, dbl carport, Cement drive,  landscaped, plus garden lot has been  completely developed. Real vdlue at  $59,000, Terms. Call Jack.  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME $65,900  3 bedroom, full basement home on a large  landscaped lot. Lots of sundeck on the  southwest side. The home also has an extra  large attached double garage with dlrec  entry to the basement, Rec room and  bedroom In basement are basically  finished. Call Stan.  HOMES  ROBERTS CREEK $29,900  Privacy, trees, grass and a quiet area with no highway noise, Three  bedroom single wide with lots of storage S closets. Heated by earth  stove with oil hot air as backup. Cqll Bob for details.  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 & fridge and 3 bed*. This unit fannot be told from new, (See  Doug).  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS: Inlet view lot 50 x 120 x 90. Close to marine.  Asking $13,500. Call Don.  VIEW LOTS; SANDY HOOK ��� take your choice of 3, priced low to  sell at $8,050 & $8,150, Owner will look at reasonable offers to  *hese low prices.  SECHELT VILLAGE: Sunshine Heights Lot 67 x 125' In a district  containing sSime fine new homes. Level and easy to clear. All  services. $2,000 down and easy monthly payments. FP $10,900.  SANDY HOOK: Spectacular view Lot In quiet residential area. 55 x  163' zoned Rll. Mobile homes permitted. Asking $10,500,  COOPER RD: Lot 80x263', treed, level. Services along paved road.  Asking $10,500. Call Don,  SARGENTS RD. $59,900  Watch the Beachcombers filming from your  living room window. This Immaculate home  has a fantastic view of Keats Island, Gibsons Harbour and beyond. Well-maintained  gardon affords beauty and privacy in a  village sotting. For appointment to view,  call Dob,  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOMEi a cosy, near new 792 sq ft 2 bedroom  home close to the beach at Chapman Creek. Not stairs) electric  heat, double glazing. Government prepaid lease has 19 years to.  run, FP $32,000,  SECHELT VILLAGE ��� $49,900. NEW 3 bdrm, Village, walk to shopping  ��� carport, fireplace, wood exterior, bsmt. Compare prices and buy  this one. Call Bob.  DAVIS BAY $65,000  Beautiful 3 bdrm home In prestige area, Has  one of the best views on the coast, All  services. A must lor serious buyers. Doug.  FULLPRIC|/ $41,900  ^_ t 3 bedroom, dbl plbg. Handy Sechelt locale.  |Hi 'MfV  Landscaped lot with U-drlveway, This home  tm... _____    -HP   it only 3 years old, clean i bright, Real  LV^xm*-       v0|u-, cad jo,*.  REDROOFF RANCH INC. SUBDIVISION  REDROOFF RANCH INC. Phase I subdivision Is located on Redrooffs Road approximately 5-  1/2 miles west of Sechelt Village. Hydro, telephone and regional wafer serves the subdivision. The lots are wooded and level to gently sloping. Particulars of the subdivision are  Included In the prospectus ��� ask for your free copy.  PRICE SCHEDULE  Lot 38 ��� $11,900  Lot 39 ��� SOLD  lot 4Q ��� $11,600  Lot 41 ��� $12,700 ...  Lot 31 ��� SOLD  Lot 32 ��� SOLD  Lot 33 ��� SOLD  Lot 34��� $U,600  i /       _*7'"���_.  Lot 35 ��� SOLD  Lot 36 ��� $11,900  Lot 37 ��� $12,780  Lot 42 ��� $15,500  Lot 43 ��� SOLD  Lot 44 ��� SOLD  Lot 45 ��� $11,150  Lot 46 ��� $12,500  Lot 47 ��� SOLD  Lof 4ft ��� SOLD  Lot 49 ��� SOLD  Lot 50 ��� SOLD  .,���,_^^,,.,,.,���,.....���,,,, ,���...j__^  Brand n��wtj bedroom tiortte, immediate  possession. Try your offer. Call Doug,  Dimensions are given in both feet and metres,  V Vs/     '    '_f*mV    j/t *._ /">       l *>���       /      ^_   ,��. t      ... ' ,,       >' ..���     1 ___\/\ V i. *���*<��' ���  k^7V   <#?7 - /^praf^^!^T^ -v 'S N  ^W4r> #       '.g .;       ^\*,^  V'...   in        >        *  <:  ?(t  \  i*��  '<.'��,  VWr  �� 1 \ l I' i    I *k     ���*  **4-i��'il    *l *!���-i|    .    ii   _._t h   ��j-tf(���������-*+'_���*' -���-��� -'-tvjfri*'--  " ~ ^rfc^J-ilj- J'r>V    V   ���'-'" -.^J-U-L-i-tlrf.'-  ���<��� 'l  JO  ,    V -   -100-'.  --X.   y-  ./  ** 1 '. .. I�� Nfl  Wednesday, May 23,1979  The Peninsula Times  -3_  .'f   '     *'*..      !      \  h'   ���   ��� ,      '"'  i      '   .K'.'/'Jm-l  PageB-5  -    .4    r i,~  885-3295  Van. Direct  681-7931  Box 979 Sechelt, B.C.,VON 3A0  NexHo the Gulf-Station : ���  Where Real Estate is serious���but a pleasure  ^_  A LITTLE BAKING soda, red food  coloring and a good Canadian vinegar  helped Sechelt Elementary students  create their own miniature natural  disaster at the school's annual  science fairlast Thursday.  YOUR AUTOPLAN CENTRE  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Seaside Plaza  886-2000  Gibsons  886-2607  is  HB GORDON AGENCIES LTD.  30 Years ��� Cowrie St., Sechelt  SECHELT BOULEVARD  Waterfront style, architect designed and meticulous craftsmanship In this spacious two bedroom home. The four main  rooms are orientated to the south facing view over the Gulf.  Everything you wanted in a home Is here, from the electric hoist  for the living room fireplace wood, to a wine cellar In the fully  developed lower level. Priced at one hundred and thirty five. For  your private showing call John Wilson.  Days 885-2013  Evenings 885-9365  "The Property  Movers"  WHARF  REALTY LTD.  885-5171  ft frfw* .Hem ofjfcMntfc.  HALFMOON BAY XL-Ufli  This quality built 1S49 sq f��[  Panabode 3 bdrm, full basement!  home with 2 stone fireplaces on|  Redrooffs Rd,,Holfmoon Bay, wlthj  2.2 acres of subdlvldable land.I  Gently sloped to the south, wlthlnl  1/4 mile of ���  elementary school, grades 1-3, general store, post  dike, government whorl, and Coopers Green Is only,.  1 mile away where you can launch your boat. F.P.  $88,500. Coll Pot BB5-94B7.  FINDER HARBOUR WATIRFRONT  Moor your boat on the private  float and walk the stone pathways past the greenhouse, the  guest cabin and the fishpond to  3,000 sq. ft. of architect designed  home. Two fireplaces.and huge  windows and decks. Exceptional  home for the demanding buyer  $120,000, P.P. 869-5171 or call  Bob 885-3931 EVES,  Sunshine Coast"  PAT MURPHY  888-9487  808 BEAUPRE  815.3831  TREVOODDARD  886-2688  \\t  ROBERTSCREEK     $55,000  fjTiaffiy^^TTF acres,   a  1 bedroom home of 6Q0 sq.  ft. A newly constructed  barn of 900 sq. ft., fenced  and In pasture, >and a  southern exposure on a  gentle slope. A beautiful  property. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton for more Information, 885-3971.  HOPKINS $88,000  A spectacular view and a  home with elegance and  ^cdnforl--QYer. 170,0 sq, ftv  on    two    levels,    two  -bedroo,m8,-_a_largeJMng  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.  CalMSOzanne Dunkerton;  885-3971.  Homes  ROBERTS CREEK     $59,000  Brand new thoughtfully  designed home. 3  bedrooms and full  abasement and^3448g_J_t__  ,   <       7  ,,,,^77    <- ,,, _-J_a____8.  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 Ihell replace. ^aTemeht  is ready to be finished with  your own ideas. Large  private ~ lot~whlch^~backs  onto a creek. Within /  talking���distance���of-ther  school and the beach. Call  Suzanne Dunkerton for  more information, 885-  3971.    Waterfront  REVENUE Wilson  Creek $98,500  A uniquely designed 2  bdrm duplex. Each with  H 82-sqrHftr-spacibus-open-  living room with a  -fIreplacerKltchen isbrighr  and convenient, lots of  work area and storage  space. Dining room,located  directly off the kitchen.  Large 10 x 18 ft sundeck, 1  _bedroonvlnJtaw4uitejyinde-:  one side of duplex and a  large concrete basement  on the other side. Located  on 2/3 of an acre and close  to the beach.-Call Suzanne  Dunkerton ' for more information, 885-3971.  11  ROBERTSCREEK     $85,000  For  easy transition from  city to country living this  immaculate two bedroom  home-has-m udj^to-Tof fetu-  The laM%V|tecluded  waterCwyoVls absolutely  level tenhe house which is  just above the beach level.  If you are looking for a  comfortable home in a  TraTicjull setting, please call  Corry Ross, 885-9250.  EAST PORPOISE  BAY $104,900  Tastefully finished 4 bdrm  rancher features 3 pee  master ensuite, large  family room, self-  contained in-law accom  plus a guest cottage. On 3  acres of level 7 treed  property with subdivision  potential. Many extras  here. Ray" Bernier, 885-  5225 or Emilie Henderson,  885-5383.  J__  4&  GAMBIER ISLAND $65,000  1/2 acre of sunny privacy.  Enjoy the ocean view from  the sundeck of this quality  constructed home��� 1372  sq. ft. of comfortable living  space on each floor. A few  of the features are wall to  wall throughout, wet bar,  2-1/2 baths, plus two  fireplaces. All appliances,  some furnishjngs and  drapes are included. Truly  a bargain. Cafl Terri  Hanson for appt. to view.  885-5046.  '..OAft./  EAST PORPOISE BAY -  View $98,500  A short 10 minute drive  from Sechelt will take you  to this exceptional  8.92_bacres, partly cleared  with good garden soil. The  1208 �� sq. ft. two  bedroom home has million  dollar view of Sechelt Inlet,  extra large living room  with fireplace, plus garage  and workshop. Washer,  dryer, range and fridge  Included in sale. Please  call Corry Ross, 885-9250.  ���v  HALFMOON BAY   $45,900  Contemporary split-level  with 3rd bdrm and extra 2-  pce bathroom down. Acorn  F-P. Well maintained in a  treed secluded setting.  Call Ray Bernier, 885-5225,  or Emilie Henderson, 885-  5383. ���*'���  LANGDALE       Semi  Waterfront  A delightful country  setting yet only minutes  from schools, shopping  and the Langdale ferry.  Spacious 3 bdrm home,  large private  -enjoy: the'  Fireplace &  -patio to_  panoramic  1536 sq. ft.  ocean view,  bsmt awaits  your finishing touch. Easy  access to beach and immediate occupancy are a  fe& of 4% fetoeV7thar  enhance this quality  constructed home. Phone  Terri for appt. to view.  Irreplaceable at $89,900.  885-5046.  ��*  EASY TO OWN       $49,900  Brand new home with  good ocean view. Roughed  in bsmt development.  Quiet convenient location  in WILSON CREEK. Immediate possession, on  MLS. Emilie Henderson,  885-5385 or Ray Bernier,  885-5225.  SAKINAW LAKE   $124,90  Waterfront acreage ��� 16  acres _Llake frontage. Two  bedrm house and guest  cottage, 2 floats and  boathouse. Private Bay.  Call Ray Bernier, 886-8241.  SELMA PARK lease     $21.500  Lovely view 2 bdrm cottage  with level pebble beach.  Modernized kitchen and  bathroom. Breakwater  nearby for sheltered  moorage. Ideal summer  home. Call Ray Bernier, 885-  5225, or Emilie Henderson,  885-5383.  ROBERTSCREEK $93,600  Custom built 3 bedroom 1550  sq. ft. executive home located  on 3 level subdlvldable acres,  partly landscaped, partly  woodsy. Top quality  throughout with Innumerable  extras. Near good beach. Call  Corry Ross, 885-9250.  GOWER POINT       $85,000  Private quiet beach at your  front door. This 2 bedroom"  home as 1050 sq. ft. of  warm immaculate living  space, a kitchen that is  spacious and convenient,  lots of stoMgl f^ce, not  to merffc^_Jf\r*7eak wall  and suTom made cedar  cupboards. Cozy living and  dining room with a cut  stone fireplace. A  workshop downstairs  which could be a rec room.  A beautiful garden full of  shrubs, flowers and bushes  surrounds this lovely  home. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton, 885-3971.  ACREAGE IN GIBSONS  $69,900  Here's good value I A well-  maintained remod home on  level 5 acre parcel. 3 acres  are cleared and arable ��� just  perfect for a mini-farm. Call  In and we'll be pleased to  show It. Ray Bernler, 885-  5225, or Emilie Henderson,  '885-5383.  41  WILSON CREEK $18,500  This Is a semi-waterfront  summer cottage, approx. 500  sq. ft. one bedroom and a  ^replace In a cozy living  room. Lovely garden area and  2 extra buildings on property  for storage dr conversion to a  guest cottage. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton for viewing, 885-  3971.  DAVIS BAY WATERFRONT  $79,900  Two bedroom home with  unimpeded view and a  path to beach. Cedar and  glass abound in this  thoughtfully planned  house. Full downstairs to  be developed to your  taste. Close to all  amenities. Call Terrl  Hanson to view, 885-5046.  SELMA PARK $13,000  Two bedrooms In^thls 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.  SELMA PARK $14,000  17 years of lease left on this 2  bedroom home. A family size  kitchen with a view. Large  garden area and a small  workshop. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton for more in"  formation, 885-3971.  CHASTER ROAD $85,500  Large modern 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.  KEATS ISLAND $47,900  Charming panabode nestled  on a well treed secluded lot.  Panoramic view with easy  beach access. Approx 890 sq.  ft. of comfortable living  space, two bedrooms,  fireplace. Ideal for retirement  or recreational property. Call  Terrl Hanson, 885-5046.  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-  #71.  TUWANEK WATERFRONT  LOTS  Side by side beauties ��� 110'  of waterfrontage priced at  $26,500 AND 95' of water-  frontage priced at $25,000.  Gentle slope to water and  southerly exposure enhance  these properties. Phone Terrl  for more details,  885-5046,  SECHELT VILLAGE 2 Lots  $15,000, ea.  two nicely treed lots, side by  side, together totalling approx. 200' of highway  frontage, Close to Chatelech  Junior Secondary School. To  view, call 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 Duhkerfoh, 805-  3971.  RAY BERNIER  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.  SEMIWATERFRONT $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.  KEATS ISLAND $7,500  Nicely treed corner lot with a  . view.     Hydro    A     water  available.   8x12   shed   to  remain,  Call  Terrl   Hanson.  Lots  GRANDVIEW   RD,   GIBSONS  $12,800  Here Is the building lot you've  been looking for. Close to  schools, shopping & beach.  Potential view to boot.  Surrounded by quality new  homes. Call Suzanne for more  Information, 885-3971.  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  Information.  DAVIS BAY view lot  $15,500.  A beautiful sloping lot with  good garden soil, just a short  walk from the best swimming  on the Coast. Close to store,  schools & transportation. To  view, call Rene Sutherland,  885-9362.  ROBERTSCREEK $15,800  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  Lovejy view lot overlooking  Texada and Lasqueti Islands.  70x290' approx. Cleared and  ready for building, beach  access closo by, trailers  permissible. Phone Terrl  Hanson for more details, 885-  5046.  COMMERCIAL  GIBSONS  Small thriving cafe business  In the heart of Gibsons. Call  Suzanne for more Information, 885-3971.  CORRY ROSS  886-9250  ��a-_*Ma_-__-*ss-_ai-_  RENE SUTHERLAND  885-9362  EMILIE HENDERSON  886-8383  SUZANNE DUNKERTON  888-3971  TERRI HANSON  885-5046  North Vancouver"  139 West 16th Street  ���- West Vancouver ��� ���  1386 Marine Drive  OTHSH OFFIC6S-  TO SERVE YOU  "���~V��ne*wver ������������������ ���  3343 Kings way  MEMIIR OF "RHOCATION tiRVICIl CANADA" RlfRRRAl SY8TIM  10474 137th St.  .,,......... Langley.,-.,,.. ���_..-��� ...  ��� Powell River   20S0S Fraser Hwy 4726 Marine Avenue  . PageB-6  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May 23,1979  H  SUNNYCREST  SHOPPING  CENTRE  rS*6-2277^  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  i  tAND DEV���L.GPMENT-UTO^  R.R. 2-Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  ^68MH3:  ��� EXTRA LARGE  VIEW LOTS  ���ALL SERVICES  ��� QUIET CUL-DE-SAC  ��� EASY CARTOP  BOAT-LAUNCHING  MHV_YANCING��I1-ALJ8T*TE C0HSyLTIH6��APPRAISMS��N0TARY PUBLIC  HOMES  ���ONLY-rBLOCK  FROM THE BEACH  AND CHASTER  PARK  1  VANCOUVER  TOU FREE  682-1513  :  REDROOFFS RD: Waterfront. Wind your way  down a gently doping path,to 158 feet of  your own waterfront property. At low tide,  - a beautiful sandy beach for the kid* to play,  swim and water ski. From your large living'  room,window the most spectacular view  ' you have ever seen. Watch the large ships  and pleasure craft churn their way through  Welcome Pass. .This unbelievable view  takes in Halfmoon Bay, Welcome Pass and  Thornby Island. Well built, single storey  home features beautifully landscaped  "grounds" "afid~rs"Tnostly~Jn"huSe~"1rees'"for1  complete privacy. This beautiful home must  -be seen-to.-be-belleved._$1.09.5Q.01___._ ____  .55! SARGENT ROAD; Custom built four  bedroom   home   with   view   of   Gibsons  j' Harbour, Georgia Strait and nearby Islands.  I Master bedroom has ensuite and double  closets. Full basement with finished rec  room and bedroom. Double windows with  I screens.   Lot   is   nicely   landscaped   with  I terraces. $59,900.  1286 HEADLANDS ROAD: This three  I bedroom home is-attractively situated at  j the base of the.Bluff and close to the boat  launching  ramp.  Great  living  room  for  PRATT & FAIRVIEW ��� Executive home on  landscaped 1/2 acre. This home must be  seen. Master bedroom is 19x17 with full 4  pee ensuite. Four bedrooms In total with 2-  , 1/2 finished baths. Features large living  room with fireplace plus 26 x 14 family  - room with fireplace. Close to schools and  shopping in rural Gibsons. $69,900.  CHASTER RD: Two bedroom A-frame on  large lot for small price. $24,900,  CRUCIL   RD:   Bright   and   spacious   three  - bedroom-family-view home- ln��� excellent-  condition   located   within   easy   walking  distance to schools and shops. Large kitchen  "wlth~"bullt;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.  LANGDALE: This non-basement Longdate  three bedroom view home features extensive use of granite on exterior and huge  walk-around flreplace���Modern kitchen has  solid walnut cabinets and built-in dishwasher. A garage and workshop round out  the "picture/$49,500.7     ^   DAVIS RD: Ideal starter or retirement home.  x 25r~Also~tiai���TO-1/4���Only-two blocksfrom-schools-and^hopping*-  This three bedroom home has everything  you need for comfort and convenience. The  carport could easily be converted to a  family room and a separate carport could  be built on many sites within the extra large  landscaped lot. $39,5007  J  entertainment, 16  mortgage. $42,900.  TRICKLEBROOK" DRIVE: In the; Village  of  Gibsons. Three bedroom mobile home with  two full bathrooms. Fully skirted and set up  >ea^y~feryou~tcrmove1nrSltuated-on-nlcely-  ^reed~lot7T>rrsewer.-Giose-4o-schools-Xind  _shepping;7$29j?00i ���  LOOKOUT AVE: Near new three bedroom' |  home in good condition on large view lot in j  new subdivision just past the Sunshine 1  Coast Arena in Sechelt. Boating facilities j  close by. Owner is transferred and you may I  have immediate possession. $51,900. |  1760. SCHOOL ROAD: Cozy , comfortable  four bedroom older home on large lot I  conveniently located -between upper and |  lower Gibsons. Several fruit trees. Zoned j  for multiple dwelling. Excellent starter 1  '.home..an_La-gQQd-investmenL.and_holding.  property. $31/500. I  -NORTH-ROAD:- Excellent- starter -or-j  retirement   home   comes   within   the  guidelines for a $2,500 First Home Family  Grant. This nicely appointed and completely  - remodelled home features three bedrooms  and a 9 x 9 utility room immediately off the  kitchen. Large back porch. 1122 square feet  of full basement. This home also features a  large living room with cozy brick fireplace  on a large level lot ready for landscaping.  Fridge and stove included. $42,900.  JOE ROAD: 5 year old three bedroom full  basement home in Roberts Creek. Situated  ���on-l-acre-below-Hlghway-10 l-with-4/1O-of-  an acre above the highway. Nicely treed  and landscaped with ocean view. This home  is 1*200 square feet with fireplace on living  room feature wall. Oil fired hot water  heating   system   provides   maximum   ef-  Quiet Subdivision off North Road  Zoned for Single Wide Homes, Double Wide Homes  and Conventional Homes. Only three blocks to schools,  shopping centre^niedical clinic, theatre arid swirrnmirfg  pool.  B  PRICED FROM $10,000.00  B  tricklebrbok drive  Affordable housing available In  ' Gibsons. This new double wide  mobile home isTully furnished. Two  bedrooms, built-in china cabinet in  dining room, wall to wall carpeting.  Fridge and stove. Carport and good  dry storage in crawlspace. Call or  come in and discuss the easy,  financing. $47,500  SUNNYCREST  SHOPPING  CENTRE  886-2277  COHVEYHNCIHG.REAL ESTATE CONSULTING���APPRAISALS ..ROTARY PUBLIC  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD. CftO-1 K_1 \  R.R. 2-Gib��ons, B.C. VON 1V0       vOA lillO  CHERYL ANNE PARK . ROAD: Architect-  designed tudor home in quiet cul de sac  with some ocean view. This .large_1278  square feef three bedroom home must be  seen. Two finished fireplaces, finished rec  room, ensuite plumbing, two sundecks and  the list keeps going on. Situated amongst  other quality homes. Front yard landscaped  with many evergreens. Don't buy before  seeing this home. $64,900.  -HILLCREST RD: Own your own three  bedroom home on Strata Title. Exceptional  investment. This 1280 square feet home has  1-1/2 baths, sundeck, close to shopping,  schools etc. Only 1 year old. Presently  rented for $300 per month. Buy It now and it  can almost pay for itself. Priced for quick  sale. All offers considered. Owner says sell.  $34,895.  DAVIS ROAD:   Exceptionally well  built  3  bdrm  home,   heatilator   FP,   2   sundecks,  "family-dining-room plus eating-area in-  kitchen. All this on main floor. Lovely  landscaped level lot with storage shed, full '  garden inS double garage. Plus 2 furnished  suites in basement, self-contained with  private entrances. Rental $200 each suite.  This is a fantastic value,*,only,2 blocks to.  shopping, schools etc. Ther price-on  this  j $87,500. I"' '"'.  I PRATT ROAD: 2-1/2 acre farm close to  j schools and shopping. Beautiful grounds  I with room for horses, etc. Existing tenants  include nearly 200 chickens in the coops.  I Farm house has two bedrooms on the main  I floor with a loft area for additional space.  j Has wood burning heaters in living room  i-ond-den^Comfortoble rural living. $44.900.'  _flclency.Jiasej^_nJLl_gsj^ghjK^^  LOOKOUT_DRlV��.=u_0_v_e_Joo_l_ing_Porppise_ and fixtures and awaits the handyman to]  Bay this near new 1200 sq ft basement- Unish the rec "room etc.-Huge sundeck_with_:|  home has everything a family would want    southern   exposure   accents   this   lovely  for comfortable living & more. 4 bedrooms,     home. $59,900.  full bath plus-ensulter convenient utility - SUNSHINE   COAST" TRAILER   COURT:   lirf-  room upstairs and plenty of cupboards &     maculate 3-1/2 year old double wide 24x42  8  CREEKSIDE PARK: In the Village of Gibsons,  close to schools and shopping. Two large  bedrooms in this completely -furnished  double wide home. Sunny lot on a quiet cul  de, sac. Carport and landscaping now in  progress, $47,500.  PRATT ROAD: New three bedroom home on  large lot dotted with fruit trees. Sunken  living room with open celling and fireplace.  Bathroom has separate make-up counter.  Kitchen has built In Jenn-AIr range, drop-In'  oven and dishwasher. 8x22 sundeck.  Carport with 7x17' storage. $32,500.  cabinets. Situated on a completely land  scaped lot in quiet residential area. Other  features include huge rec room, 2  fireplaces, twin seal windows and screens.  Priced for a quick sale. FP $49,900.  WILLIAMSONS LANDING: This beautiful  summer or year-round luxury home must be  seen to be believed. A 200 foot high and  low tide dock makes this the home for the  boater. Fishing, water skiing and pleasure  boating 611 out the front door on 100 feet of  your own .78 acres of waterfront property.  Beautiful 1280 square feet A-frame home  features three bedrooms with loft and part  finished basement. 25x8 sundeck overlooks  Howe Sound. Large guest cottage with  fireplace, fridge, stove, 220V and sundeck.  $109,500.  POPLAR LANE: Only one block from schools  and shopping with 2084 square feet of  finished home. This split level custom home  features heatilator fireplace, 2-1/2 baths (3  piece ensuite off the master bedroom) with  a 7x8 walk in closet. 20 x 17 family room  7pppfls on to o large sundeck with wraparound benches. Concrete driveway leads  up to double^ fully enclosed garage. Many  special features that must be seen. $69,900.  CENTRAL RD & REED RD: 3.98 acres of  dynamite view. Keats I Bowen Island I North  Shore Mountains! A truly panoramic  outlook. Zoned for 1 /4 acre lot subdivision.  The main home is 1120 square feet with 2  "flreplawT^cbvered  on large plot in trailer court with lots of  privacy.  Includes washer,   dryer,  fridge,  |  stove, wheels and hitches. Double windows  j  and 12x12 addition at entrance. Livingroom. 1  has fireplace. $22,700.  OCEAN BEACH ESPLANADE: WATERFRONT.  High quality waterfront home on landscaped 1/2 acre. Located on Gower Point's I  sunny Ocean Beach Esplanade. Home  features two large bedrooms, two baths,  kitchen with custom-made maplecabinets  and two finished fireplaces--Cement  driveway. $95,000. - -   -  -  TRICKLE COURT: Brand new three bedroom  ranch style home. Features double carport  plus storage area. 5 foot overhang soffits  and bevelled cedar siding. Inside there is a  spacious kitchen with separate utility and  mud room. Living room has heatilator  fireplace with stone facing. All with view  potential. $49,900.  COMMERCIAL  7SEAVIEW MARKET ��� ROBERTS CRK: Living  quarters of 804 square feet. This is the only  grocery store in the area and the business is  growing steadily. An ideal set-up for a  family operation. The store hours are 10  a.m. to 6:30 p.m. seven days a wekk. Profit  and loss statement and list of equipment  available to bona fide purchasers. Stock is  approximately $15,000. $79,000 plus stock.  bedrooms, heatilator  carport, large utility or workshop area. Plus  300 square feet cottage with new wiring  and plumbing (presently rented). Comfortable living and excellent investment all  In one. $95,000.  TRICKLEBROOK DRIVE: Brand new three  Bedropm two storey home with full garage.  Excellent family home covered by Builders'  arranty Programme. This home Is  [designed for low cost heating with ther-  pane windows throughout plus fireplace.  Th} Home qualifies for the $1,000 new home  fant or the $2,500 first family home grant.  $46,000.  A-UsSs  '\A  &Uuacty (A>t6e'K��ty  QUIET  RURAL  SETTING  All Lots are large  ���most have 100'  frontage with  150'depth.  All Lots are  nicely treed with  southern  exposure.  1 Vi blocks to  school.  ScautuAi/cU,  VANCOUVER  IUNNYCNEIT  jmwnrww  CENTRE ���������.���.��,-���-   _-__.  886-2277^nT^Tfffnnm" MH513  MUmMdW.lfJU. ESTATE MNMTmelimUUUUeNlfflUlT NHJC  POPLAR LANE: Beautiful flat building lot  with view ol North Shore Mountains.  Located on the end of a quiet cul de sac only  1 block to Sunnycrest Shopping Centre and  schools, All services Including sewer.  Ad|acent to grass playing field. $14,900,  SCHOOL RD: Threo view lots 73 x 110. On  sewer. Three blocks Irom schools and  shopping centre. Cleared for building.  $16,000 each,  SMITH ROAD: Clearod view lot close 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 Is anxious to sell and offers  excellent t��rms. Askjng price $12,000. Try  $2500 down payment, $150 per month ��  12% Interest.  OOWER PT RD at 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 Olbion* and  close lo 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 ot fine  homes. Before you decide see this attractive  low priced property. Owner will consider  terms, $12,500.  LANODALE RIDGE: Lot 8, Davidson Road,  Bargain price on this lot amongst attractive  new homes on quiet cul de sac. $8,930  SANDY HOOK ROADi 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  lots In beautifully wooded and park like  setting. These view lots overlook Porpoise,  Bay and 9��ehelt Inlet. Water, hydro and  paved roads In good quality subdivision.  $10,000 each.  HILLCREST i $9,000 down, balance by  Agreement lor Sale will purchase this  _rt0M|lful v|ew lot on a quiet cul de sac, All  underground services. Cleared and reotty  for building. It *,W.  WAKEFIELD RD: Fully serviced lot on paved  road. View, overlooking Trail Islands. Bring  offers. $14,500.  GLASSFORD ROAD: This must be the best  buy on the market. 63 x 160' cleared. Sewer  and water connected*. Culvert and fill. Ready  to build. $10,000.  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. Close to schools and  shopping. The perfect building site fdr your  home. $16,900. IW  SKYLINE DRIVE: 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.  McCULLOUGH RDf Wilson Creek. Close to  ono acre ol treed property with sub-dlvlslon  possibilities. $22,500,  SOUTH FLETCHER: At School Rood, Two lot��,  40 x 130 each. One lot has a cottage which  could be rented, These lots ate mostly  cleared and ready (or building. A spectacular view of the entire Bay area and  Keats Island. $27,500.  ELPHINSTONE AVENUE: $1,000,000 view,  located on Elphinstone Avenue at Gran-  thami. Has lane at back. Suit two storey  home with levtl entry at Iront. $9,500.  SMITH RD: Good view lot 129 x 169 with a  good building site and an unobstructed  ocean view. $14,500,  PRATT RDi Near Cedar Orove School. This  lot Is cleared and ready to build on. Mature  fruit trees dot (his 76x123 lot. $13,900.  COCHRANGE ROAD: Good building lot 69 x  130, Close to shopping and the ocean.  5��wer witrritnt pl |0' on i.e. s|de of the  lot. $12,300.  CHASTER ROAD: Nicely treed building lot In  area of new homes. Site 67 x 123. 19,900.  REVENUE  WINN ROAD: Four-plex, Positive cash flow  with eleven thousand dollars revenue per  year. Top units contain five bedrooms with  one and a half bathrooms. Lower suites are  large two bedroom units. Low maintenance  and good return make this an excellent  Investment value. Close to all the  amenities.   Financing  available.   $94,500.  FAIRVIEW RD: Revenue. Duplex on a 1/2  acre lot represents the ideal Investment  property. There are 1232 square feet In  both of these side by side units. Features  are post and ��beam. construction with  feature wall fireplace and sundecks. There  Is appeal to separate rental markets with a  two and three bedroom suite. Assumption  of present mortgage makes purchase very  easy and a yearly Income of over $7,000  makes this property hard to beat. $75,000.  UPLANDS ROAD: Tuwanek. Ideal recreation  lot In beautifully wooded and park like  setting. Zoned for trailers. This lot  overlooks Sechelt Inlet dnd the Lamb Island.  $8,900.  fi  ACREAGE  POPLAR LANE: Village  emenfHet. ������*���-�����*���....������  prlcid.,lfl,990,.���,,_.r .���,.,���  lot handy to all  GAMBIER ISLAND: 8,2 WATERFRONT acres  on Gambier Island. 260' on waterfront x I  1230. Approximately 2 acres cleared + 6 I  acres tall timber, Secluded bay with 2 year  old wharf, ramp and float approximately 40  x 15, Sandy beach, stream and pool then |  property, Water, power and telephone In.  Approximately BOO sq ft cabin yet to be  finished. 200 degree west/south-west view.  279' supply train to cabin. Ideal recreational  and investment. $125,000.  CHASTER RD; Two acres ol nicely treed,  level land across the street from Cedar  Orove School, Zoning allows subdivision  into 1/4 acre lots. Excellent (or hobby (arm  or Investment. $30,000,  ARGENT RDi 2,7 treed acres In the heart of  Roberts Creek, 9 lot subdivision has been  approved, Excellent loll and drainage,  Perfect for hobby (arm on holding property.  FP $34,900.  HIGHWAY 1011. ��17 acres vacant land  locatod on Hlahway 101, Mlddlapoln.t +30  miles Irom Gibsons, Logging road, not In  use, through property, Average subdivision  ilzo permitted 1/2 acre, Southerly oxposuro  and good view. $30,500,  DAYVIEWi 2,0 partially cloaiorl acros In  Roberts Creek wllh 273' (rontago, Creek  runs through tha properly, Ideal lor hobby  (arm. Closo lo hooch, ZonlnQ permit*  sybdlylslbn Into 1/2 acre lots, $39,900,  HIGHWAY 101! ��20 acros wllh Insolalod  cottage just remodelled, located on Hlgb>  way 101 In Middle Point j; miles (rom  Gibsons, Average subdivision slio permitted 1/2 acre, Collage hoi all tervkos,  elevation o| roar. $49,500,  LORRIE GIRARD  8667760  JON McRAE  M5-3670  ANNEGURNEY  8M-21M  CHRIS KAHKAINEN  SIMMS  ARNEPE1TERSEN  1AYVISSER  M3-3300  DAVE ROBERTS  8*6-8040  STEVE SAWYER  115-2691 Sunshine Times Qrosswofid  ACROSS  1. Fight  6. Seasoning  10.-Diploma holder  ;*(obbr.)  \A." Embankment  _ii_-Love4Er-).  16. Irish Noblemon  17. Embellish  -tor-Plunge-  19. Branch  20. Doctrines  22. Empty  24. Whirlpool  26. Distributes  27. Wandered  31. Insect  32. Rascals  33. Language  35. Health Spot  38. Viking  39. Age  40. Chill  41. Building   Wing  42. Gem Weight  43. Hag  JWJ-Sim-Flber  45. Mechanical  Tools  ���47���TowrHEng.)  51 Verse  52. Begin  54.    Fern.    Name  (Ger.)  58. Semite  59. Subdue  61. Joints  62. Demolish ���   -  63. Trees  64. Tales  65. Weight  66. see  44 down.  ~ 67. Cutoff   ���DOWN  Br 69  Wgjnegday^g^yjJS  Hie Peninsula Times  By ROBERT FOXALL  It is always sad when ve learn we have  to part with old friends and this was the  hews we received at our monthly meeting  'held on May 17. By the end of May, August  and Johanna Steinfiauser will have left to  make their horneln Coqiutiam. They have  been very active partidpSits itfthelife^rf -  Branch No. 69 and I can vouch .that  whoever are going to be their neighbours,  in Coquitlam are going to find they have  received very fine new neighbours. We  know because we have lived next door  since we came to Sechelt seven years ago.  In order to have an opportunity to wish.  them God speed, Branch No. 69 will hold a  'Boh Voyage' Tea, May. 25 at 1:30 p.m.  Please phone either secretary Kay 885:  3184 or Elizabeth Derby at 885-2403 so that  the social convener will know how many  will be in attendance.  aside for a Bus Tour which will take us to  Parte Royal, Park and Tilford Rose  Garden and if time permits over to Stanley  Park. Phone Dave at 885-9755 and don't  1. Calfs Cry  2. Counsel  3. River (Eng.)  4.   Human  turned'  Animal  5.'Vegetables  6.' Unhappy  7 Among  8. Cares  " 9." Encroach-  10. Attic  11. Lariat  12. Equipped  13. Acts  "2lTSalt"(FrT" "  -23r-Bird-of-Prey   25. Diseased Person  27.- Boot.  28. Inform  29. Actual  30. Muse  34. Beer   35. Presently  36. Cornbread  37. Beers  .  39. Gifted     -  40. Lawbreaker  42. Stick  43. Proposed Power  Line    -   44. Local   Summer  ������Eve rrt (w rt h-  66Ac)  46. Gear  47. Frighten ���  by J.Melnyk  48. African    Antelopes  49. Surprise  50. La   7...(Opera  House)  '53. TV Award  55. Betel Nut  -56.-Loan ,--      -  57. Fox  . At the time of phoning you could also  indicate whether you intend to attend the  luhdiforoiir visitdrsi from Seton Villa~on  May- 30, or the luncheon for the bus load of  seniors comingtrata Delta pn June 13.  ������ President BUI Scott opened the meeting  with a request for a moment of silence for  John Prost who had died since our last  meeting,;;: __;_;���     .   J_ _' _  New members introduced to the  meeting were Mr. and Mrs. A.G.  MoQuarrie recently of Powell River and  presently residinglat the-West Sechelt  Trailer Court. They were given a hearty  60. Curve.  Solution next, week.  RESTAURANT  TUES. TO SAT., 5 PM-11 PAA  SUNDAY 5 PM-10 PM  %4e6c<eSew&e 886-8015  -   (please place orders 1 /2 hour before closing)  SUNNYCREST SHOPPING PLAZA, GIBSONS  welcome.  The treasurer's report showed our  finances in a healthy condition. Our  delegates to the Provincial Convention had  r-rt-imedthe-LighU-eforeJ^  the opportunity to prepare their reports.  -These-will-be a-feature-ef-the June  meeting.  Dave Hayward, for those who had just  returned from thfe tour to Victoria;  reported "a "fine trip. The only disappointment being that,'even though they  were all seniors, the party had to pay full  ferry rates because they crossed to  Nanaimo on Sunday. This is something to  kick about.  _ , Dave, also announced Jthat_ Fourth  Thursday, May 24 would see a Garden  Tour. The destination at the moment is a  secret but we have an assurance that there  will be a spot of tea along the route. Just be  at the Hall at 1:30 p.m. prepared for an  interesting afternoon.  June 6 (a Wednesday) has been set  _dela3Tl)eclfuse_tH--r~i��rilways a"very~  popular trip.  Javeais^gaveT-sadvance noticeDfthr���  .PNESeraors^jrJhfejrfU^  will be a Circus Day. (Mark this on your  calendar promptly so you caanot say you I  were.not told).    - :  Evan Killian thanked all those who had  helped with the Spring Tea and made it  such a success and 'theji advised us of  preliminary plans for the Fall Tea and  Bazaar, which will be held October 27.  Thanks to the generosity, of Joe Benner we  will have a Burl Coffee Table (valued $900)  to h-ffle Vith a supporting prize of an,  Afghan bedspread. There will also be an  attractive door prize. JSva also advised  that the prizes at the Spr-hgTCiwri-adbeienr  distributed with the door prize going to  -Lois-Pavel, the first prize to Kath Headr  2nd to Elsie Loitz and the third to D. Third.  ���s- AdeleDeLahge brought our attention to  the fact that SMT was making ari.ap-.  plication for an increase in rates and felt  that in view of the increase granted in the  not too distant past and more particularly  the curtailment of services an increase  was not justified. After discussion the  secretary was asked to enter our formal  .protest.and-to advise.the Chamber of  Commerce   and   our   member   Mr.  -ixwkstead-ef^ur^elingsr-At-least-they^-  should be able to maintain a rate for  Seniors.  Jim Derby, Henry Draper and  president Bill volunteered to operate the  "HoreeshoeTitchat tKe~groundsolfTimber~  TBays^j^jTo^tiMtti^^^rejfffl^  have received more support than was the  case last year.  Before adjournment pave Hayward  conducted the Shop-Easy draw which  resulted in vouchers being awarded to  those present: Jack Bushell, Joyce Scott  and Lern Hurder and to absentees Nora  Chapman, Roy Baigent and Emily  Quigley.  .. Don't forget to mark all those dates on  your calendars and then you will not be  able to say "Nobody told me".  PageB-7  VOLKER KAEMLING  GOVERNMENT LICENSED  SUNSHINE COAST PEST CONTROL LTD.  . - �� * i  . .   7*Pre-Tjreatment of Buildings Under Construction  * For guaranteed control of Carpenter Ants, Rodents, Skunks and  -__thir_j_:��_sti.-i: -_______" e^_(^__i__--v^L��-:    883*2531  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  .because every  chiid has the  right to smile  1979 International Year  of the Child  Unicef Canada ��  SuncooQt uAgencteQ S��tct.  (formerly Charles English Insurance Agencies)  _JG���MERAUNSURANCt  ���Residential  ���Mobile Homes  ^^Co"mmercial      ~  ���-^r=T===rfraveI ^Medical  NOTARY PUBLIC  ���Conveyancing  ���Wills  EILEEN KINNE  CHARLES ENGLISH  ARNET.PETTERSEN  Notary Public  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre, R.R. 2, Gibsons, B.C.  Phone: 886-8212  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE (1978) LTD.  Box 1490, R.R. 1  Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  885-3271  HOMES  UP ft DOWN DUPLEX $49.500  Large 3 bdrm with excellent revenue potential, located on 1  ACRE near Roberts Creek. On Highway 101. Vendor will  consider offers.  Call Ed Baker 885-2641  STARTER SPECIAL $34.500  Spotless 2 bdrm home, with basement, extra LARGE kitchen,  Walk to beach and store.  Call Ken Wells 886-7223 or Chock Dowman 885-9374  SECHELT VILLAGE - EBBTIDE STREET  3 bdrm plus a dining room, truly a  compact family home. Attractive  feature fireplace In the living room,  wall to wall throughout, bountiful  garden with fruit trees, close to  schools and shops. ALL THIS FOR  $46,500.00  Call Ken Wells, 886-7223 or  883-3271.  INVESTMENT REVENUE $155,000  Attractive 7 suite rental unit. Steady cllentel. No vacancies for  years. Handy location in village.  Ed Baker, 885-2641 for more details.  COMMERCIAL  SECURE INVESTMENT  2400 sq It showing good rental history. Approx 900 sq ft for  owner. Constructed for 2nd storey. $147<0(0. Call C. Dowman,  885-9374.  EAST PORPOISE BAY ROAD  f 39.900  Everything is oversized In this large  mobile with approx, 1300 sq. ft,  floor area. Joined under one roof  are 71x12 and 36x12 units, creating  ample space for a rec. room large  enough to house a pool table. 3  bdrms, large sundeck and a separate  garage. (30x16)  Larry Reardon   885-3924  VIEW HOME AT LOW PRICE I  2 bdrm homeTia* large sundecktmd  a VIEW of Lambs Bay. 1/2 basement  Is   finished,   with   plumbing   and  private entrance for guest suite or ?  Asking only $35,300.  Rita  Percheson,  885-3706 or 885-  3271  <*$��?'  .���feH t  VALUE. VALUE, VALUE 157.000  Everywhere you look thore Is value  In this truly boautllul homo, In  West Sechell. Cothedral entrance,  3 bedrooms, 2 fireplaces, larfjo roc      ___^   room, workshop plus one bedroom suite downstairs. Nicely  landscaped and the price has been reduced. Larry Reardon BBS-  3924,  WEST SECHELT MSkxl���  Attractive Spanish type 3 bdrm bungalow, approx 3 yrs built.  Large LR 20x20 fireplace, open beam celling. DR, family kitchen.  All bdrms large, master ensuite, w/w throughout. Large  workshop ot rear. Floor orea lS84*q��t.Ed Boker,B65-2<.41.  YEAR ROUND CREEK   _  ;__    Year round creek Is one of the many features that accent this  t�� ACRE exclusive property on Reid Raad, Large home has 2  fireplaces, den, games room A spacious living room, This  property represents VALUE at only $85,000, Call Rita Percheson,  885-5706 for more details.  OARDiNIRS PARADItl ��� $45,000. 3  bdrm, well-maintained roncKer  situated on a large attractively  landscaped lot, 100x263, separate  garage. \ rm cottage, greenhouse,  large playroom for the youngsters.  Call Ed Baker, BB5-2641.  "lyftTMiiMiBiYmvi.y- _.-   Attractive 7 suite rental unit. Steo  _,   ^ tlffiMI.  No vacancies for  cllentel.  yton. Mondy location m -villager Call td ��oH��rrBfl9��*2641 for  more details,  LOTS AND ACREAGE .  "NEW ON MARKET"  8 new lots on Nor-West Bay Road opposite Derby Road, They are  In their natural state, so you can create your own landscaping.  Some with VIEW. Your choice of 7 lots at $10,900��� OOPS I your  choice of 6 lots ��� 1 SOLD.  Larry Reardon 885-3924  VIEW .4 ACRES $U.50Q  Semi-cleared corner property. Gently sloped to the East. Zoned  for mobile or would suit a custom home.  Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  YOUR CHOICE OF 1/2 ACRE LOTS ��� FROM $10.500 to $15.000  "NEW ON MARKET"  Southwood Road ��� large 1/2 ACRE lot, good gardening soil,  treed but has driveway cleared. Good value at $10,300  Call Larry Reardon 885-3924  INVESTMENT POTENTIAL! $10,500  In this beautiful 1/2 ACRE+ wooded lot on Wlldwood Road.  Zoned R2 for mobile homes. Hydro & water.  Rita Percheson   883-3706  Near Level, LARGE lot with 140' frontage on quiet street. LOTS  THIS SIZE ARE RARE I Selectively cleared and ready to build that  dream home, Roberts Creek on Coach Road.  Priced low at $12,300  Call Rita Percheson   885-5706  Cleared and ready to build on. Serviced, Incl. cable. Nickerson  Road. West Sechelt. Call Ed Baker 883-2641. $11,900.  LARGE TREED LOT at the corner of Redrooffs road and the road  to Sargent Bay. Serviced with hydro and water. Call Larry  Reardon, 885-3924. $13,000,  LOADED WITH TRIES bn blacktop road, with hydro and water In  Redrooffs. Call Larry Reardon, 865-3924. $13,500.  WATERFRONT LOT/VIEW LOT  100'+ WATERFRONT lot at Sandy Hook. Clote to road and  od|olnlng with on IXCILLINT VIEW LOT, that lies next to ���.*,  $15,300 ft $B,300. Call Larry Reardon for more detallt. 685-  3924.  ,1.17 rV.m��>,  'Nicely treed, gentle slope to SW, will have a good VIEW when  tome trees come down, Call Ed Baker, 609.2641, $18,500.  Only 9 minutes West of Sechelt. High ft dry, Mostly treed. Asking  $62,000. Chuck Dowman, 683-9374,  NbR-WESTJAY ROAD     "        $12,300  Wooded lot 150 x 70'. zoned R2. trailers allowed. Sign on.  $12,500. Call Ed Baker, 889-2641.  BARGAIN HARBOUR LOT $33,800  >_______________________________________ki___________________kM _______________   .  wmwfn^FfWfW^WWfrf 'pr^PBjPfTjnr fMrf WmrWew^inw ff mWT iW|- ��� WnWJgw 4Wt  loclng BA^OAIN HARBOUR. Trttd ond good for building on. with  |utt the rood between you ond the water, Call Larry Reardon,  805-3924.  m_  V  S3  VX^  Q.  sy V V V V  TT  T  We're the Neighborhood Professionals^"  COMPARE!  Thoso aro regular prices I Don't be misled by different grades ft  promotions. We Invite you to compare our prices.  PLYWOOD 4x8 sheets  SPRUCE FIR  3/8" STD SHEATHING   $ 8.97 3/8" STD SHEATHING        $ 9.27  1/2" STD SHEATHING..... .$12.60 1/2" STD SHEATHING.... $12.79  5/8" STD T&G SHEATHINO . $14.85 5/8" STD T&G SHEATHING $15.79  SANDED  1/4" SANDED "D" FIR  7 .. .$ 8.89  1/2" SANDED "D" FIR  .$15.23  3/4" SANDED "D" FIR $17.89  plumbing  4" ABS #800 Sewer Pipe Solid 79c ft.  1/2" Hard Copper Type!" 80c ft.  1 1/2" ABSD.W_V.6ft   .48cft.'  2" ABSD.W.V.6ft 65c ft.  3" ABS D.W. V. Mt $1.31 ft.  ^  insulation  Rl 2 FRICTION FIT  R20 FRICTION FIT  R28 FRICTION FIT  siding  $145.00M  $240.00M  I330.00M  1x6 Salt Treated Cedar Channel  7/8x 10 Bevel Cedar STD tBTR .  7/8x10 Bevel Cedar Utility   I598.00M  $715.00M  $300.00M  fencing  1x4x6 ft. Pressure Treated 14c per ft.  1x6x6 ft. Pressure Treated , 22c per ft.  1x8x6 ft. Pressure Treated 32c per ft.  1x10x6 ft. Pressure Treated 36c per ft.  4x4x6 ft. Pressure Treated ".         ,.. 70c per ft.  2x4 ft. Cedar Random Pressure Treated . 44c per ft.  lumber  2x4x92*1 /4 Kiln Dried Spruce Studs .... $300.00M  2x41. 1*2 Fir $330.00M  2x4 Utility Fir $270.00M  2x6 Utility Fir $260.00M  2x6 #1.2 Fir8.14ft.     $3��8.0MM  2x10 H1-2 Fir 8-16 ft $450.00M  lx8Shlplap#3 $260.00M  Sechelt Building  SuppliesLtd.  ^H  mmww^mmrwy(nfmym^^ww mm j^~wew_wyfm_mr^mm^t^myF^  HHP *f%0%��%0% VBIIC0WW TOB ftfM  885-2283 or     612-0213 Page 1^8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May 23,197a  HELP US CELEBRATE   OUR 10th YEAR OF BUSINESS  ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  are only  FEW items you  can choose from!!  AVAILABLE AT BOTH LOCATIONS-  YARD FOR YARD SALE  On All Items Displayed In Out Store-  Not Already Priced as Special  (Jute Backed Carpets Only)  Choose Your Style and Color of Carpet and We  Match the Underlay, Our Choke, Yard for Yard.  -CUSTOM DRAPES  Choose your Material���Lining Yard for  Yard, If You Don't Want or Need Lining  ���10% Discount on Material.  SHALADIN II  SOULOQUY  The economy priced carpet, with the expensive look. 12 decorator  -.colors to chooseJrom. ..,. ���   Reg. priced at $10.95 sq. yd.  Duration of sale  $7  95  The Star Attraction of our show. "It Is beautiful". Multi-colored  ^evoTse^tackTTlyerl00%" soft^toudrnylon^yarn���S-beautlful   colors.  Reg. Price $18.95 ��gg  ilQtX  Now  ���A LA CARTE  The lovely Saxony carpet, very subtley two-toned. It has a rubber  back, so again you save on underlay.       ^ ��� ��� _A  sq. yd.  8 colors to choose from  .KITCHEN CARPET  Lovely design and Colors.  Our Low Price  sq. yd.  CHARD0NETT  (Rubber Backed)  95  So save on  underlay  and  Install  yourself.  Multi-colored  with  sculptured design, made of 100% nylon. Seven attractive colors to  choose from.  $1250  Now  sq. yd.  sq. yd.  GIBSONS STORE  60% OFF WOOL PLUSH  One color only ��� Gold. 12'x30'  sq. yd.  ���45% OFF NATURE'S WALK A  '  12'x9' Heavy Pluih. Straw Flower. Was $271.00       NOW     14o  .60% OFF ACRILAN  12'x9' Lonsdale Ivory. Reg. priced $336.00  .40% OFF A LA CARTE  Rubber Back Plush. 12'x9' Cocoa Bean Flawed.  Was $167.40  Now'13440  Now  50% OFF CREATIONS BY BANNER RUST  12'xl71/2' Scroll Design  *�������"   ��.. '.OS110  BUY NOW-  LAY LATER!  We'll store  your purchase  at no extra  charge.  SALEENDS  THURSDAY,  lllfiT 3J-LSI  ��� ���,.....���....    .    , ..,y.     . ,,-.  All sales final, no refunds, no returns  SECHELT STORE  .37% OFF HEAVY SAXONY  STAR TRIUMPH  Sahara Beige, 12'x13' Reg. $345        NOW  '216  95  30% OFF CUT LOOP SUBTLE REFLECTIONS  Gold 12'xl2'3" Reg. $293  Now  150  >60% OFF WOVEN ACRILAN EMPEREAU  Mystic Pearl 12'x 10'11"  Reg. $495 ��       ^181^5  .82% OFF WOOL AXMINSTER ���  Red & Black, 12'x9'   Sugg, $288 NOW    ASP  55% OFF LONSDALE  100% Acrllan, Tudor Beige, 12'x8'  *��*��. Now*134'9  i/ry MTIIDIFC  O   CAM I Tl\  HEN U t V mta ck MIN LIU.  Sunshine Coast Hwy.  OOO'rlsL^i  Cowrie Street  Sechelt  885-3424  \ Girts' rugby  out PoCo, Garibaldi  Elphinstone held both opponents  scoreless last Tuesday and tied for first'  ilaceHii^-girls^rugbyHiouniaffleBt-i---  JMaple Hidge- . "   ^..^V^V^^K^^v*  \��C ��**  V     * *>  .^>    NAv  -~���i-_ *.--^. -  >1  _ _   ..,,.c^_ A".rj_\;_����t.._,        -______. ^x       * * __       ��.. ���< ���* t     - j (  J"**��^"   j~T��n,*^'J( ^  +j^e��^ -���    ���i- -T-���'       ���        ~���       ���-..      ,��� jt-.- _. ���J^ -vy -~r *-��� -     -*    ���-*��� ���-* "  �����������>       > _ i      k_<     1 y ' _> > >J t * .* S vi ���*   _!��� ./i  ^TA  T ^Tj-^   -*  YOU HAVE TO push yourself all the  way if you want to get anywhere" in  the 100-metre sprint. Kids from  School Distict No. 46 elementary  school, including Bowen Island, got  together Friday at Elphinstone  Secondary School "field to compete  against each other in numerous track  -and-field-eventSs   __"   -^_.f .^���..���i:',���f���������tm��� ���*  Section C  Roberts Creek  WieMd^ic��t^^^  W^$*��_~w9WJHt_& JIWWKSiWfWWKWi'',<C'%hK'^ k ('An  Wednesday, May 23; 1979  Pages 1-6  The Gibsons team tied Port Coquitlam  0-0 ahd shut out Garibaldi 4-fl while Port  Coquitlam edged Garibaldi 12-6 in the  third game. Alftiough both Elphinstone  and Port Coquitlam had one tie and one  win, the trophy was awarded to Port  Coquitlam on the basis of points scored.  Elphinstone coach John Spence said his  team almost scored in the first game but  ajso had to play solid defence to keep Port  Coquitlam off the scoreboard. Earlier this  season, PoCo defeated Elphinstone 16-0.  Among the standouts for Elphinstone were_  Trina Macleod and Peggy Swanson, who  broke loose for good runs, __     _ . _    ...  The victory over Garibaldi was  highlighted by a spirited goal-line' stand  and a try by Swanson on a 15-yard run. A  second Elphinstone try was disallowed..  ' Garibaldi drove to within the Elphinstone 10-yard line in the second half and at  one point came within six inches of tying  1 the game until Elphinstone won a crucial  Advertisiiigq  line-out and kicked ihe ball out of danger.  Key defensive plays were made  by  fleather-Hogan-ancUShellyJSagner,   _ J&eJ?tehtastoflfi_ gMs__are _ hoping., to _  play Western Washington University of  Bellingham in the next two weeks. Spence  said the game, if it can be arranged, will  be "a real learning experience" for the  Elphinstone girls, who are playing their  first season of rugby.  In other sports action, the Elphinstone  tennis team will host Windermere  tomorrow (Thursday), in - game that was  postponed for a week. Registrations are  still behig accepted for the doubles*  -tourrtament^ponsored4>y4he4ennis-tean-r-  _The. tournament-will_be_ heldJiL Gibsons  this weekend, May 26 and 27.  '        _  Look for our Ad.  CO-OP AUTOMOTIVE  REPAIR SERVICE  -4 Locations-  lets you know  what's what.   CANADIAN-ADVERTISING ADVISORY-BOARD-  uWeptunr ^Pooi -Supptfeg-  Now is the.tlme to get your  swimming pool into shape I  We have a full stock of chlorine  and chemicals to help you.  <*_  ALSO: Pools, Heaters, Poly Bubble Covers,  Test Kits, Brushes, Skimmers, Vacuum Hose etc.  PARTS & SERVICE  u  After 5 p.m. Weekdays All Day Sat. & Sun.  ON N6RTH ROAD, SOUTH of CHAMBERLAIN ROAD 886-2103  softball toitrnev  Sunshine Coast defeats Squamish  w Sunshine   Coast   ladies   defeated    Munro with 65. Gaines and M_l_.im.wit_  Roberts Creek Ladies'y Softball Team  will be hosting a double knock-out softball  tournament in Hackett Park on May 25,26  and 27.  The teams participating in the tournament are Roberts Creek, Gibsons Blues,  Cedars Inn, Sechelt Legion and Pender  Harbour. To add to the competition three  teams from Powell River will be coming.  Two games will be played on Friday,  . May���255tarti��g.at-6-45 p-m��On. Saturday^  May 26 games will start at 10 a.mr and  continue throughout the day. Sunday's  games will also start at 10 a.m. with the  finals games being played in the afternoon.  During-the tournament there will be a  concession stand in the park with chili, hot  dogs, drinks, etc.  Come out and support your favourite  team. See you there.  Sunshine Coast ladies defeated  Squamish ladies 45% to 26% in the first  interclub golf match last Thursday on the  home green.  Team players were Norma Gaines,  Mary Horn, Audrey McKenzie, Margaret  Arbuckle, Wilma Sim, Vera Muhro, Helen  Milburn and Jean Gray.  Two days earlier, 27 women participated in the Blind Partner competition.  JMunro andJJetty Turnbull were paired  Twiffi' the RfwesF net" aggregate' of 135" and  partners Gaines and Kay Mittelsteadt  were second with 137.  Ten Eager Beavers competed for nine  holes and partners Winn McCowan and  Joie Van Allen won with a combined low  net of 78.     ���  Representing Sunshine Coast Ladies  Golf Club at the Bronze Tournament June  27 in Squamish is the low net foursome of  Munro with 65, Gaines and Milburn with 67  and Mittelsteadt with 70.  The district tournament, sponsored by  the CLGA, is for any lady golfer with a  handicap between 23 and 36. Each club  fields a team of four, using their three best  scores and each lady competes in-,  dividually. The provincial finals will be  played in Comox.  The first of two qualifyLig rounds for  the Bronze tournament had Mittelsteadt  with net 70, McKenzie with 72, Kay Budd  and Gaines netting 75.  A two-fold competition was played May  8. The second CLGA Pin Round saw two  exceptional games played by Doreen  Gregory and Hazel Wright resulting in low  nets of 68 and 69.  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Warning  Cont'd,  News  Confd,  -Ml Moyers'  Journal  Europe  1 Confd  Hogan's  Heroes  Bob Newhart  ~W\  hen Boats  oine In  Camping Out  Iteitfas* Sea  Movie;  A Shot In  the Dark  Confd.  Newlywed Game  Dating Game  Joker's Wild ,  Tlo Tao Dough  rW�� ,  Dating Game  Odd Couple  Qong Show  Trot-wits  Morv Griffin  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Carol Burnett  Bob Newhart  Vancouver  Cont'd.  Justice  Confd.  Dr. In House  Late Movie  Ttleofion  Recap  Movie:  House on  ~��5��.b-.iU Street  Cont'd.  Sports Page  Confd.  Tuesday, May 29  jlioT  laiso  1:00  JLt?L  CHANNBL  XTnT  uinmcr  Ti   ....  Search for Tom,  Today  Confd,  CHANNBL 4  Children  "711*  Com  One Life  to Live  2:00  2:30  4:00*  4:30  .9:00  5:30  6:00  6:30  7:00  iciliid of Night "'"'General'  30 From Hoipltal  Sherlo^lolmes^,060,000  Stl#nc�� Mag.        Mao  Part, family        News  All In Famltjj_     Cont'd,  CHANNBL i  l)ayabf  Our Lives  The Doctors  Another  World  TJonfdT  Cont'd,  CHANNBL 6  Ida Clarkson  Marcus  -_2Sfl_l  ���essr  Conf ,  Confd,  Cont'd.  arol Burnett  awi  "flohool llroaiT  Take 30  CHANNBL 7  News  As the  World Turns  Qjii-Mgl.Jffll*.  ti  mm  ���lOO  9:30  TtiW  tOlM  IllOO  11:10  ,iUMlMM|fe^...M>iMM,:#,~^i-��'>^  Rare Breedi Lav, ��Bnlnly Cj&mU ��"!>"'  CBO Talent S's Company M��vl��: Talen  Festival Texl The   Revengers Festlv  -emu:  .Cont'd.  IU  'National News  NI|tHt Final  Company  Taxi  Barbara  Walters  f ���*��� ���. ��� .  Late .Movie  Confii  Confd,  Seattle  ifawfTBiw-  'I'nf  TanforaTlsHBorr  Price la Right  Cont'd.  News  TOTU  M.A.S.H.  Dinah  Cont'd,  CHANNBL 8  Newa  Alan Ilafnel  Cont'd.  Adam 12  "MikiPTSbugiaa  Cont'd.  Another  Cont'd.  Movie:  Raw Wind  WiW  CHANNBL 9  Explorers  Roomnaitlcs  Measure tip  2o .Worth.  CHANNBL 11  News  A.dam-12  CHANNBL 12  TSnPJT"  Cont'd.  Starsky  nfd..  CohRT,  Mary T, Moore  Newlywed Qame  TiTTicUin  Oonfd. _.  Blue Umbrella  /..bra Wings  Over Easy  Camping Out  Mov  Stor;  of  "News.  Setlme -itreet  Cont'd.    ,  Mr, noferi  Electric Co,  Confd.  l'opeye  Banana Splits  Donahue  Cont'd.  Love of Life  All In Family  CHANNBL 13  All My Children  Cont'd,  Vancouver  Cont'd.  LW TW  1 1    HEARTOFGLASS ........    Blondie  2 2    KNOCK ON WOOD Am1i Stewart  ___4 -3���GOODNIGHT-TONIGHT-^-.-,.-,,-v^-.^  .-rWings-  3 4    SULTANS OF SWING  .....  Dlro Straits  5 5    STUMBUN'IN   .... .Quatro/Norman  7 6    IWANTYOURLOVE   ... 7.Chic  12 7    BLOW AWAY   George Harrison  6 8    I WILL SURVIVE  .   ..... .Gloria Gaynor  ���.? 9 . FOREV.ERJH&I.UE JEANS   Neil Diamond  17' 10    AIN'T L<?VE A BITCH          :. Rod Stewart  8 1    TRAGEDY  .......BeeGees  10 12 EVERYTIMEI THINK OF YOU ............. ...Bobys  11 13    WHAT A FOOL BELIEVES  Dooble Brothers  18 14    INTHENAVY ..."......  .Village People  15 15    WHEELS OF LIFE.....  .Gino Vannelll  22 16    REUNITED  Peaches & Herb  16 17    DA YA THINK I'M SEXY  Rod Stewart  13 18    CRAZY LOVE  ..          .7 .Poco  23 19    HOTSTUFF    .Donna Summer  20 20 KEEP ON DANCIN' ......... ,., Gary's Gang  24 21    HAPPINESS  Pointer Sisters  14 22    LADY   .Little River Band  ��� 23    LOVE YOU INSIDE OUT  ���,....'.   BeeGees  29 24    DANCER                 .GlnoSoccIo  26 25    BANGAGONG  ,Witch Queen  27 26    RHUMBAGIRL   .Nlcolette Larson  28 27    SHAKE YOUR BODY Jacksons  21 '28    HEAVENKNOWS Donna Summer  19 29    YMCA , ....Village Peoplo  ��� 30    LOGICAL SONG Supertramp  /  Hear Ye! Hear Ye!  PUBLIC MEETING SCHEDULE  -r .ijii ,.'y  REGIONAL BOARD  May 24 ��� Public Utilities Mtg, 7:30 Bd. Room  May 31 ���  Hospital Reg. Board Mtg.  7:30 pm Bd Room  ��fl��^**o*  TSonFar  Cont'd.  News  Tonight Show  ralent  restlval  fnS  Movie:  Survival of  Clai  S ont'd,  ownright DUao  -*��4ey <MkmM  ~$JM$ia Uee  pick Cavett  finals  -oni'd.  *ewi.  fd,  Tiana  Confd.  Late Movie  KrlerTounfry  Qrand Country  Twil  Buper Stars  Leave to Beaver  I Lave I.uoy  Parts Family  8's Company  M,A,8,H,  Match dame  ^Qcjnj^howr-  ���wild heir  'y i Bona  ���  llofian'* Horoea  Nawhart  jPSinorama  Uradv Dunoh  I Love Lucy  Andy arlfflth  -esnpa:   Confd.  l'arty Game  fipldtrmaii  li-fnoy  Jonfdf.  ^ews'  Cont'd,  I'revln &  -���fMtabttr|n*"'a"��!-  uimleatantness  at llellona Club  Honnfes  mm  real  Mov'  Qren  ovioi  Judie ��� Horton  tt Bcoltshoro  TJewlywod Qame  .���eiiriuiiQiToiir  Uewltohed  Htm  Cont'd.  Cairol TTurnetr  Bob Newhart  ancouver  ^rosswlta  Merv Orllfln  Confd.  Cont'd  Vancouv  Cont'd-  tSSpt  __ Unu 0ami  Odd Couple  m.  Game  Biapeotatlons Cionit Show  Dpitalrs/  Uownatalri  On tneniuiot  [.ata Movie  Laverne, Uhtrley  Movie;  Search for  thTRiFe  Confd. ���  Sporta Pate  Cont'd,  R7T  lSS*"  Cowrie St. 885-9330 Sechelt  ''351 y  Roberts Creek  Roberts Creek Hospital Auxiliary  meeting was held at? p.m. at St. Aidan'Si  -HalljrrRobert-rtteel-rw^^  present.' ~   -" ~  President Pauline Lamb opened 7the  meeting by reading,a poem. This was  followed by Marjorie Gibb, secretary,  reading the minutes.  There were several delightful tojttecT  animals on display for our Fall Bazaar. We"  are really f ./iui\ite_to_have such talented  knitters.  We were reminded of the Blobd Donor  Clinic for June 25.7 Blood is urgently  needed, so let's haVe a good turnout.  .   Gtadys Ironside/reported the Thrift extra hairdressers, so anyone interested  Shop: reported ten volunteers worked' 53, 7 please cal} Bunny Shupe, 885-9264.  -hbi_r^an(i^ck��!d7ira^  poi1^tyRetobiU^tiohWorl^op;Bi-hhy be leaving our Auxiliary the eruTof the  Shupe; Vplunl^errC-iairmanrrQ)orted 14 month. Bessies has been a faithful-and  workers had put in 50 hours at the hospital, valuable member of our group for over 10  We are pleased to haveGrace Cummings, year.. She is moving to North. Vancouver.  Edith Fraser and Jessie ,Naylor back to. : Bessie wag presented with gfts.j)f-jour_  oiirjgroup. welcometQ-youait: ,  . . . .  We are looMnglorward to our Early  appreciation. We hope she enjoys her new  Christian Science  "O let the nations be glad and sing for  joy: for thou shalt judge the people  righteously, and govern the nations upon  ~eai^-(Psr^7r4)._ ..     ..     ���_  At a time when tiiere is so much concern aboutwho shall govern our nation, we ~  can have confidence in one supreme  governing power.  -Mary���Baker-Eddy- writes.-^Mind.-  Wednesday, May 23,1979  The Peninsula Times  home  BirdJJoutique November 10 with Gladys _    Nextmeeting will be held fat St. Aidan's  Ironside .convening*  jean  Carey  has  Hall, Roberts Creek, B.C: June 11 at7 p.m.  consented to look after our Grand Raffle of   Let's have a good turnout.' Everyone  six beautiful prizes which will be raffled' welcome,  off at 3.p.m. Nov. 10, There is a need for     . LouiseDorey,  supreme over, all its formations and  governing them all, is the central sun of its  own vast creation; and man is tributary to  divine Mind." And again, "Let us rejoice  that we are subject to the divine powers  that be." (Science and Health with Key to  the Scriptures, ppg. 209,249).  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts * Sales * Service  * Rotor Luther Service for Disc Brakes  and Drum "Brakes  * Valve and Seat Grinding  --���-All Makes-Serviced -- Datsun Specialists  Gibsons  Phone 886-7919  ECONOMY AUTO PARTS LTD.  Automobile, Industrial  and Body Shop Supplies  Sechelt  ,885-518!  BLASTING  Ted's Blasting & Contracting Ltd.  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  * Basements * Driveways * Septic Tanks  ,    Stumps * Ditch Lines  Call for a free estimate .anytime  883-2734     "Air Track Available"      883*2385  TED DONLEY PENDER HARBOUR  BUILDING SUPPLIES  A.C. RENTALS*. BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  All Your Building Needs  Madeira Park Phone 883-2 585  CHIMNEY SWEEPS  HANDYMAN, FINISHED CARPENTER,  CABINETMAKER, ROUGHING  WILL DO ANYTHING,  CONSCIENTIOUSLY DONE  Newcomer, References   ''_ __    __J?B WELL DONE  Albert - 865-3386  HAROLD PEARSON LANDCLEARING  *TRoaaT  BESAFEI  Have Your Chimney Cleaned Now  FOR ALL CHIMNEYS & OIL STOVES  Call Lee Christian  883-9171  * BASEMENTS  * Landscaping  885-9580  RAY'S TRUCKING.  Gravel * Fill* Drain rock  SERVING PENDER HARBOUR  885-5260  M.W. TRANSPORT  & BULLDOZING SERVICES  CLEARING - EXCAVATjON - TRUCKING  Complete Site Preparation  Murray Warman Halfmoon Bay  ,    885-5648  J.B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  Dump Truck - Backhoe - Cat  Water, Sewer, Drainage Installation  Land Clearing  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 885-5392  JOHN DENHAM  Building & Remodelling  Box 1684, Sechelt, B.C.  ALLAN CRANE & DRAGLINE SERVICES  ,        DRAGLINE OR CLAM BUCKET WORK  PILEDRIVING * WHARF CONSTRUCTION  any beach or breakwater  job quoted on ��� free qf charge   FROMTHE LAND OR WATER   Lome Allan       936-9082 anytime   7~1TW.lBoE] Rogers���^=~*   Coast Insulation Company  886-9297  INSULATION - INSTALLATION  -- Fiberglass Batts Blown In Insulation ���  RESIDENTIAL (New & Existing Houses) &  Comrf)0rCiai  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  Business Cards, Wedding Invitations,  Letterheads, Envelopes,  Raffle Tickets.  PENINSULA TIMES  Phone 885-3231  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  Port Mellon to Ole's Cove  Tel: 886-2938 or 885-9973  * Commercial ContainerjliXvailablV  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  ��� Residential & Commercial Wiring  '��� Pole Line Installations  ��� Electric Heating  Ron Sim 88&2062 Rick Sim  CB. CONTRACTORS  .  Complete Building Insulating  Interior & Exterior Painting  Roofing, Shakes & Apshalt Shingles  v FREE ESTIMATES  885-9272  ELECTRICIANS (cont'd)  ROB HAGAR  Electrical Contracting  Eves: 886-9261  SECHELT METAL PRODUCTS  LTD.  GENERAL SHEET METAL-  Domestic, Commercial, Industrial heating  and Air conditioning.  885-2466.  LANDSCAPING  SPRING SPECIAL  ROTTED MANURE from EAST DELTA  ALSO FINE BLACK TOPSOIL  PHONE 576-1870  EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING   and   Days:886-2756  FLOORING ���CABINETS  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  Kitchen Cabinets  Specialitsts in Remodelling   .  886-9411  Showroom in Twilight Theatre, Gibsons  KENDeVRlES&SONLTD.  FLOORCOVERINGS  CARPETS - TILES - LINOLEUMS - DRAPES  GIBSONS ft SECHELT  885*424"  GARDEN MAINTENANCE  For an ever-blooming garden  "   fruit tree pruning  WILLIAM BORAGNO     Free Estimates  (Bango) 885-5033  SECHELT ORIENTAL LANDSCAPING  Landscaping * Pruning * Shaping  Willie Takahashi  Call after six 885-9890  PEST CONTROL  PIED PIPER COMPANY LTD."  BONDED PEST CONTROL SERVICES  call Paul M. Bulman at_434-6_��_l1   706lGllleyAve. Burnaby  BILL ROBERTS  REFRIGERATION AND  AIR CONDITIONING  "SALES & SERVICE  To stores, offices, restaurants, & marine  "~    "GOVT CERTIFIEDTECHNICIAN ~~  883-9461 883-2648  RENTALS  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS & EQUIPMENT RENTALS  Scaffolding, Rock Drills, Power Tools,  -Automotive Tools? Pumps. Generators:"  Highway 101  and Compressors  883-2585  at Francis Peninsula Road  ROOFING  ROOFLAND ROOFING PRODUCTS  Your One-Stop  Roofing.Supply Centre  886-2489  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C.  886-2700  SALES ft SERVICE  All Brands Available  "Monday t6"Saturddy,~8130"am~t6 5r30"pm  Friday evening by appointment only  Pays  Use The Times' Directory  mmm  -MMMMI  Did you drink your  WM^fi^fc '^S0H&VPm%  Make It!  FRANKS & BEANS  Here Is a quick and easy supper you can  make with a can of pork and beans and  some wieners.  1/2 Ib. wieners  1-1/2 tbsp chopped onion  1 tbsp fat  116 oz. can pork & beans  1 tsp celery salt  1 tsp mustard  3 tbsp ketchup  Heat oven to 350 degrees. Slice wieners.  Lightly brown onion In hdt fat. Add to beans  with mustard and celery salt. Place In 1-qt.  t   baking dish and add wieners. Cover, bake    WL  30 minutes. Makes four servings. vJJ  Here are three letters from some kids In Mrs. Potter's class at  Sechelt Elem. They are writing to Mr. Denley, the superintendent of  the Schoolboard, asking for a camping trip In June.  Sechelt Elementary  Friday, April 6th,  Dear Mr. Denley:  We would like to go camping In June please, We will do cooking togetther to, We  will have to uie lire lafeley. We will have to git along for two days. We will bring  Mrs. Craig too. If you let us go camping we will let you have breakfast and lunch and  dinner too. Fifteen children will be coming and they are; Charlie and Jade and  Denlse and April and Robert and Christina and Devln and Carol and Byron and John  and Jonathon and Barton and Ahsley and Tracy and Mrs. Potter too.  ���   ���   Tbank-you,  Yours truly,  " ' '    '_ Craig Flat,  mm���m���mm���mmmmmmmm���mmm���mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  ,~  Answers to  Crossword  BE  __\  EI   HE1CI D  cmnrjE-i ei  1PiW__ ^N^7 h^-tJS W^..m}9 W&t**? SHsS*  UM fcJ  UBDUH U  Dear Mr. Denley,  We would I Ikt to go on a camping trip In  Jwnt pltait. Wt,,��9Mli,m9kt��hflmiwrairj  for super. We will Invite you If you lit ui go,  We will tell Mr, Butcher to bring our bum. I  will let you have my Teddy Bear to sleep  with.  Thank-you,   -     .,   Your* Truly.  Tracy Apiourls,  mmmm  Grab a pencil!!!  te-l-   *   *V ��  ���"������{Air* -�� te  mi  '-____���'  V 1   1*  t. 1   I  ��'���' II  nBjn^"  To join our  Hey Kids  Birthday Club,  send your name,  age, address and i  the date of  your birth to:  Box 310, Sechelt  Across  2. get hold of  15. belonging to them  17. female, already named  18. require  9. part of the verb 'be'  Down  1. color, as gold  3. In that place  4. four-legged animals with long  flowing manes A tails  5. at that time  6. male, already rimmed ,  Send yoi^; stuff to:  HEY KIDS!  Box 310, Sechelt  ^>i  <V * ,N*+frt h"* 4>  Dtar Mr. Donleyi  Wa would like to go camping In June  please. We will Invite you If you let us go.  We will make hamburger* lor supper, If you  tall Mr, Butcher to bring tha buns. I will let  ^:^.jtnyjM|y.te.ji����p^irith..iMit..the  only thing It you can't sleep with ui btcau.e  Christina doesn't Ilka boys.  Yours truly,  Denlse Fox all.  \  May Queen Dance  On Monday, 21, the May Queen Dance will  be held In the Sechelt Elementary Gym.  !��'��� from 7-9 P.M., and all kids up to  grade eight and parents are welcome.  Hope to tee you there.  *   j  ��\  JtJ  e-Nllll  Our Story Frog  *PW****ft-����*M**Ml��^^  wwmm  k  I r  v'-  Wilson Creek ladies at conference  ' Ms7 Pearson contributed a valuable  perspective and overview of small com-  -muruly-workrthe-result of her-13-years^  experience and research. She has" helped  develop facilities (daycare, firdup home);  programs (summer fun; participation);  and services (library, child care advocacy) -which benefit the whole Sunshine  community worker at Wilson Creek under  a Canada Works grant in 1977-78. This  posUipn-j-J-L--��ed-CQnt-n__-ng-j--ork--Ja-  Two directors of the Wilson,Cteek  Community Association appeared.as  resource- persons-at-the -B.Gv-recreation  conference at the University of B.C., May  10,11 and 12. _ .           .  This year's conference addressed itself  in part to the concerns of small communities such as we have on the Sunshine _,__,_,.__.__ _,    ___  -^sUrith^^ectiorrdevrted-to^leveloping���GrastrfleMki-Hn^acmtetinrgrants-ano:���edueaUon  (drug  U-foF_Baaor---and^dj  developing the Wilson Creek library, the  establishment of Drop-Ins Jor senior  citizens and teens, production of a local  newsletter, small group recreation (guitar  and dance lessons) and community  resources at the community level.  Because of their collective expertise in  planning, directing and working in a whole  spectrum of programs and social services,,  Marg Pearson and April Struthers were  asked to present a seminar on "Community  Work ��� The Essentials of Effective  Programs'  managing them allows niany Community  Association projects to be successful. Her  acquaintance with other small communities has been useful in comparing and  evaluating local r_eedsrMs. Pesursori.is  currently grants director for the Community Association.  Ms. Struthers filled the staff position of  vocacy).  As well  Community  ���1  ������      ���           ���          .   \       .  ���   y  Book Look  By MURP/E REDMAN  Jacoby's advice which says that the  proper stake for anyone is where there is  "enough money involved so you will try to.  win but not.enough so that you will be  really hurt if you lose" is good counsel in a  lot of situations.   If nothing else, the friendly words of  Jacoby are a pleasant, interlude and  perhaps inspiration to ante-in one day and  findoutwhat-poker-is-all-about. 7_  James F. Fixx is at it again with  SOLVE IT! Unlike his former puzzle  endeavor, GAMES FOR THE SUPER  INTELLIGENT; this one aims    at the  W4-en^teU^ouatoutt)swaM^ for  book PENNY ANTE AND UP it is merely    solving things. Fixx helps out by teaching  epoker players to it as a book    nT^taTgy-iinasticsrliowT^  PENNY ANTE  AND UP by  Oswald  Jacoby, Doubleday 1979, $4.95  SOLVE IT! by James F. Fixx, Doubleday  1978, $7.50  .Poker is a game I have never played,  although my__family, gathered, every  Saturday night for the regular session of  cards. Aunts and uncles, grandfathers and  grandmothers would gather to sit around  -and^njoy-friendly^hands-and-a-hearfy-  snack afterward. I think besides the clan  satisfaction of a weekly round of cards,  they especially liked the fact that it all  stayed in the family, ?o-to-speak.  toexp  which appears to.be fairly comprehensive  as well as written in a nice chatty style.  There is a friendly introduction to the  game with little tales of Jacoby's experiences as a young child of eight at his  first big game, and later games at which  he observes the pitfalls and tricks of  success he wishes to share with the reader.  It appears to be somewhat of a gentleman's or lady's pastime. There are  rules of courtesy, special terms and  agreements that one plays by. A section on  rules and a glossary are near the end of the  paperback. Various games are explained  throughout with headings: Draw Poker,  Hold'em and Way-Out Games. For the  experienced these must be meaningful.  Ms. Struthers helped the'  Association with on-going  management, planning and development,  and liaison with other associations and  agencies. She presently serves as Wilson  Creek recreation director, and as chairperson of an Interagency Task Force oh  Youth Programming.  Ms. Pearson and Struthers have  previously presented workshops ih  programming and funding at the Regional  Rural Recreation Conference at Harrison  Mills in 1978.   The Sunshine -Coast-has* reason to be"  proud that small community efforts here  have generated interest amongst  recreationists provincially. It became  clear in discussion at the conference that  small communities with programs efficiently run and closely tied to community  needs can often serve as models for large  centres.   A   ���__.������,....^ .-. ^  ----- Some b^sic trend-Tin the development-  over time in rural areas were noted by the  local workers. These should serve as  . guidelines for local recreation planning.  Mai^Tmd^pril^tendhto-continue-the-r  research and are interested in developing  an outline for regional recreational based  on needsi>Fogramming, and the use of  existing facilities. Anyone who wishes  details of the Provincial- Conference  presentation or of actiyities-at-Wilson  preparation before solving, incubation or  sleeping-on-it, and inspiration.  Without giving away, the secrets of the  true puzzle freak, try these hints? as  suggested by the author. He asks the  solver to pick out context clues. He  cautions them not to create limitations and  to bring experience with similar problems  into the solving of the one he is dealing  with. Above all, he consoles the puzzle-  bound by stating that "time heals all  things".  Try <this   little   Mensa   problem.  Analogy: Skull is to brain as shell is to_  - - Ik. It is number eight in the Mensa test.  For the other nine questions try SOLVE  IT!  Creek should contact the speakers at the  Wilson Creek Daycare, 885-2721.  If you already have a Baby Album to  Record all the Happy Events of His or Her  young life, how about a Special Baby  Photo Album to give you Visual Pleasure  of these Memorable Happenings? We have  them in stock. ��� MISS BEE'S, Sechelt.  .   KEEP  B.C.    WATERS  .>    .'   .'  >���:. I- ���  CO-OP AUTOMOTIVE  ����*J_ ���>   in*-.    . V t  _ J_-.~fr -        ��. -A  �����-.<������>���;*-.��.  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Jj^nUe___^_E��_d^ing^mot^i!cyj  CHIMNEYSWEEP  Any time is a good time  to clean your chimney.  *Wo build them new and repair them.   -  *W�� know how to sw����p ond clean thorn "with the  best equipment money can buy".  Sechelt Hospital  Auxiliary Report  dangerously, without helmets or insurance  along Frances Peninsula Rd. "all too  often," a resident complained Friday.  Parents are again warned they could be  liable for civil action if accidents occur.  Charges have J>een7laid against an  adult resident after she was caught Friday  shop-lifting a pair of pknts valued at $25  from Cactus Flower on.Cowrie Street.  A hood with hood-scoop, valued at $400-  $500, for a 1967 black Carnero was reported  stolen from the Waterfront Reserve last  Thursday.  At the Times deadline, a 1963 Chev  Impala stolen fi^p=the-SecheltH_egion���  parking lot last Thursday has yet to be  recovered. The car, a green, four-door  hard-top belonging to Henry Thompson of  the Waterfront Reserve,,was unlocked.  The licence number is DEF 609.       *  A window in the Thrift Shop on Cowrie  shop-' was broken sometime last Wednesday night.  - Bicycle parts valued at $50 were stolen  in a break-in to a small shed behind H.B.  Gordon May 16.  A hanging basket containing various  Howers-were-reported^tolen-May46fro-n  outside Sechelt Office Supplies.  While the owner was eating dinner at       The regular meeting of the Sechelt  Lord  Jim's  Lodge,   his   Husqvarna   Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital was held  chainsaw was stolen from the back of his   on Thursday, May 10 at 1:30 p.m. in St.  pickup. Valuedatrapproxunately$600. the ���Hilda's--Hall.- President, -Chris-Ward,   orange-chainsawT_asa 33" Uar lehgtHThe���welcomedthemembers and introduced���  twoTiewTnembers���JudySteele-reported���  that the raffle tickets on the hand made  quilt were ready to go on sale in the Mall  starting on Friday, May 18. She will need  many sellers, so please do your share and  offer your services to he*- at 886-2728. The  drawing for the quilt will be held at our  September meeting.  The Blood Donor Clinic will be held at  the Hospital on June 257 Please plan to  attend. ���        1   A lively discussion was held on the  progress made1 to date toward our  Christmas gifts Bazaar to be held on  November 24 in the Sr. Citizens Hall. It  Was decided to devote the June 14 meeting -  to Bazaar plans. All members are urged to  attend and participate in discussions on  this our major effort. Please bring remnants of cloth, ribbons, tapes, lace, etc.  that could be useful in if-aking articles for  sale.  Margaret Humm reported that the  Rainy Day Bridge games are underway  and stressed that it is not necessary to be  an Auxiliary member to play. Call her at  885-2428 for information.  Do you have any wool remnants? If so,  phone Lee Redman 885-9732 as she has a  use for them.  Our Annual Luncheon will be held on  Thursday, June 7 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in  theSr. Citizens Hall. Everyone is welcome  so come and bring all your friends. Betty  Laidlaw and Peggy Connor reported on the  plans for this event, and received volunteers for duties and menu items. They are  counting on you to come at 9 a.m. to help  with tables etc7 Don't forget to bring TV  trays and to put your name on all dishes.  Our nest meeting will be held on  Thursday, June 14 in St. Hilda's Hall at the  new time of 1:30 p.m. I look forward to  seeing you then.  KAYPURDY  EVERYONE  NEEDS TRSS    -PIPE-AND STOVE CLEANING  ���SERVING THE PENINSULA FOR MORE THAN TEN  YEARS  S.C. PENINSULA ���  Leave message with DEAN at 885-2159  Burnaby - 7370 Giiley Avenue 433-3137  Whistler Mountain 932-5732  DIVISION OF H.BANKA MASONRY LTD.  ii  Political playo  truly      *ej  model numbef~Ts_2ipo "amTthe  number is 017078.  Halfmoon Bay fire hall was saved by  the siren from a break and entry May 14.  Volunteer firemen responded to a fire  alarm that evening and scared away  persons attempting to enter through the  back window.  Charges are pending against a  Coquitlam driver after a hit-and-run accident on Highway 101 near Whittaker Rdr  in Davis Bay about 7 p.m. May 12. A  minimum of $1,500 damage occurred when  an Oldsmobile struck a 1976 GMC van.  . In the last three to four weeks, a 1976  model 18-horsepower Evinrude outboard  motor and two. lifejackets were stolen in a  break-in to a small shed on Sakinaw Lake.  A window in a motorhome on the  Suncoast Chrysler lot was reported broken -  May 12. The same day, Peninsula Times  reported the front glass door had been  broken.  A1978 Toyota was vandalized in Pender  Harbour sometime during the May 11  evening. The windshield was broken and  the hood appeared to have been jumped  on.  The car was parked overnight at a  residence under construction on Wharnock  Rd. Damage is estimated at $300.  A 90-amp- Caterpillar battery and  carrier, valued at $50, was stolen  sometime between May 2-4 at Cockburn  Bay on Nelson Island.  Gibsons RCMP report the theft last  Wednesday of a red Apollo five-speed  bicycle from near the Twilight theatre.  A small quantity of beer and liquor was  reported stolen May 14 in a break and  entry to a residence on Rosumund Rd.  Entry was made through a kitchen window.  ."A new 750x15 tire and rim was  reported stolen May 14 from a carport on  Abbs Rd. Value is estimated at $100.  A residence in the Gower PtrChaster  Rd. area was reported broken into May 14.  Over the past months, someone entered  the residence through the kitchen window  and stole a Lloyd's stereo set, including  AM-FM radio-record player and eight-  track tape deck, along with two speakers.  A number of checks on boaters in the  Howe Sound have shown there are a lot of  people boating without lifejackets and  proper equipment. RCMP warn that  people are liable to charges under the  small vessels regulations,  A few packages of cigarettes were  stolen in a break-in to a business on Highway 101 May 9.  Advertising^  a showcase  for intelligent  shopping.  CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORY BOARD  $fr        J^dCJS^  [Aldergrove]  QP  rcow  riMfr  *****  0^  0*&  A  ^  ��p*  o^.  CONGRATULATIONS TO our final all the winners. You gave us a few  winners, Garden Bay couple Julie laughs and a lot of fun. Now back to  Southerst for putting words  in the "serious" business of govern-  MaureerTs mouth and John Southerst ment. Southersts, pick up your  for what may have been Pierre's last tickets to the Twilight Thfeatre. You  , prayer. We all know by today who our get two each. So take a friend. 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REG. $4.99        _ftt __���_-.. ft *���*  Save $1.02 ~"  $3  }  f \     . \ ���                ���          ; .  ,.\  . :_     _    -.  ........ :...:..._ .       ..   ..,  - r ���-������ ���������:-��� ���   ���-*-- -.-   ��� ��� ������  Wednesday, May 23,1979  Jenn-Air's Grill-Range gives yoifthe unique  flexibility to prepare the foods, you want  ... the way you want to prepare them. And  that adds up to great flavor! Select from  either glass-ceramic or conventional electric  cooktops ... convert to the popular Char-  Flavor grill in seconds ... and add any of 4  accessories to rotiss, shish kebab, griddle  or trench fry! PLUS ... enjoy the exclusive  dual-usage radiant/convectec/ heat oven  that lets you roast up to 30% faster! Come  ^see-Jenn^Air and-find-x>ut-what^good  taste" is all about!  T-Tnirjirv-- yii'Tiv;.!--" niistiinicuuujj-icibimmmjub,  UBSM SSI-AIR  adds "imagination"  to your menu  CURIOUS ONLOOKERS check -dttt-droppedtmtofthesky^t^ smart "photographer hidesr behind'  the big Voyageur whirlybird from 442   the new landing pad at St. Mary's   officials about evacuation and Ian-   brush as big bird stirs up dust during  Squadron Search and Rescue that   Hospital. Chopper pilot Major Norm   ding procedures. In other photo,   takeoff with six-man crew abroad.  CARPET CABINET CERAMIC CENTRE  North Rd. u        866-2765  Gibsons  Family Month  the child  ... .The Sunshine Coast Chapter of the B.C.  Council for the Family has invited comments about the family from members of  this community. This is the 3rd series of  weekly articles to focus on May as family  month.  Further opinions about aspects of the  family would be welcomed through letters  to the editor.  By VALERIE JOE  As adults we often demand respect  from kids but we are often unwilling to  return their respect. Grown-ups  sometimes fail to consider their children  as human beings, but rather as objects  "that theyown: A~child hastheTight tobe  an individual. Children are expected to  change their attitudes and faults, but  parents become hostile when asked to  change theirs.  These are a few comments expressed  by people in this area:  "Sometimes parents are unkind  because they tell'me not to drink and  smoke but they can drink and smoke."  (Age 12). ���  Parents usually find that they can give  advice but they never take their own  advice.  "I wish you'd stop getting mad". (Age  �����)���'���.. ;" V-- ���''     "  Adults never expect anyone to yell and  scream at them for their mistakes. They  like to be told about them constructively.  "I wish my dad was nicer to me and my  brother, he's mean to us," (Age 9).  I would like my parents to take us with  them Tnore often, instead of leaving us  home. Then to make it up to us they spoil  us." (Age 12).  "I wish my mother would be nicer to  me when I'm late." (Age 9).  "My parents have a party at our house,  then I have to clean it up." (Age 9).  These are young people with feelings  and their feelings are not respected by  adults. It's as if to say that they shouldn't  have feelings because they are too little to  feel.  "Phoning me wherever I am, and when  I'm home, she's out." (Age 14).  "Telling me not to drink because it's  bad for me." (Age ,15).  Becoming more aware of our mistakes  as adults rather than being aware of our  - children's-mistakes-will-make-famjlies -  grow   together   in   respect   and   understanding. If an adult were to speak to  another adult, they listen to each other ��� (  that's communication and it is paying one '  another the courtesy of listening.  Giving children this same courtesy will  often make your child a responsible person  as an adult. In most cases where a teenager has become a problem, it's because  ' the adults have never taken the time to  listen to them as they were growing up.  "My parents never told me they loved  me or showed me affection," (Adult).  "My mother used to promise me that on  holidays she'd'help us do special things at  home but would never carry but her  promise." (Adult).  When you think of things that your  parents used to do wrong, don't you find  yourself getting a little bitter towards  them?  Adults must always remember that  "Children Learn What They Live", so let's  make it a good life for them and for us.  Hew to fly  through the  yowwiwiu  The remarkable Flymo:  It's faster and easier than  conventional mowers  because it floats on a  cushion of air. Flymo  glides easily, cuts  evenly, in any direction.  Flymo���it lets you fly  through the job of mowing  your lawn. It's no wonder  that over 2 million have  been sold worldwide.  as seen on TV  LINK HARDWARE  *UNNYCR��TC��NT*i,OIMOMt  -YOUR EXCLUSIVE FLYMO-  DEALER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST        8436-2442  f  Old Turn.  SYRUP  750 ml  ��� ���, <���< i ,.��.���,, i (Vs ��� < ��� >, ii ay.  7S��7: hh 7. a^ikh^fi^mh h^h^fiM^  Kraft  ImKAIntLd  14 oil..  �����������������������������������*������*������*  99  _-*    ta m  Prices offoctivo  I  t tiiiiu> r)M,i   , Ii _ ;>  0B5-9n?3  flc.U.y  BH.s-vflr. m. .<< n,M, t  WI RFSTRVr THE RIGHT TO UMIT QUANTITIES  \ Yiom  FOR TIMES  CALL  KHb-P00  "Sunday loggers" are making their  _t~spring ^assault on B.C. Hydro  power linesr In-thernost^erious Incident"  this year to date, a tall tree was felled  against- a half million volt transmission  line near Langley. There was a~ spectacular flash as the current shorted  through the tree to the ground and started  small fires in dry grass and shrubs. A  circuit breaker tripped immediately and  shut off the power before it could either  burn through the wire or set the whole tree  ablaze.  toggeran(H-_sW^-^ere-a-ertei  bythefirstcracklingfsqwid'and jumped  clear. They could haveTjeenelecfrocufed.  In this instance service to Hydro  customers was not interrupted as other  transmission lines took over the load, and  the tree was removed by Hydro linemen  later in the day;  But in other incidents amateur  woodmen have been injured and power  outages have affected large numbers of  customers. ��� ,  responsibility of owners.  ���TherpoMcies-apply lu trees near they  ^wires- fretoeOT~Hydro'sfpoles' and ~~er  customer's house as well as to the lines on  roads, streets and lanes.  ���"These procedures are provided"  primarily for the safety of the public, as  well as to protect security of service to  customers," Hensch says. "If they were  fully observed, much sorrow and inconvenience would be avoided."  Pulpworiters  ���Sundajr'loggers are usually  down  unwanted  trees  on   their   own  property, and either fail-to consider the  "prb^indt^ofTJOW-TTwirar^Cfe61^0*"  petent to do the job safely. They probably  do.not remember that Hydro wjllprovide-  professional assistance;��� normally, at no  charge.  . "For their own safety, we ask people  not to take down trees around power lines  by themselves," advised Hydro's Sechelt  ..district managery E. Hensch. _ .      These are Hydro's policies regarding  D^Weather  give: $7,000  The employees of the Port Mellon pulp  mill donated $6,774 to several charities  that serve employees and families living  on the Sunshine Coast and Howe Sound last  year, according to the employees charities  fund annual reports     '    ~  The voluntary participation of both . trees near power lines:  hourly and salaried employees gave $1,500 ' If a tree appears in danger of falling or  to St. Mary's Hospital, $500 each to B76. - being blown onto a power line, Hydro will  Heart    Foundation    and    Retarded   take it down at no extra charge.  Children's Assoc.. $450 to the Children's !lLan-_o_me-_--wJ-Ae&JtO---ak---^dawii_a_  Hospital in Vancouver,  $400  each to   healthy tree near a power line Hydro will  Canadian Cancer Society, CARS, CNIB,    provide  a   lineman   to   stand   by  if  Multiple Sclerosis Society, Christriias Seal   reasonable notice is given. There will be -  Campaign, $350 to, Canadian Red Cross,   no charge during normal working hours,  J_^Ja___Ltd-Ki___^  Easter Seal Campaign, Girl Guides, and   required outside regular working hours.  Boy^Scoutsr t^��� H ^tree is felled througha^dwerllner~   ^ Lf>__Hi-_?r?c^  May 12...."........ .77 9.01375    0.21,"  May 13 9.0 16.0,    nil  -May 14��� t. ;..-; .^-^���rrT.0 17.5.-7 -nil,  MaylB     .. 10.5,15.0    0.08  Mayl6 '. 7.0 17.5    nil  Mayl7 .8.0 13.5    0.17'  May 18 .,__ .......: .8.5 17.0     nil  Week's rainfall���0.46 cm. May to date  ���3.9S<an. 1979todate���43-78cm.  May 12-18���6.51 cm. Mayl-18J978���  8.61 cm. Jan. to May 181978 -sxSSf.61 cm.  ���mrnmmm  rn^m  "INTERIORS' RANKS WITH THE FINEST FILMS  EVER MADE. YOU MUST SEE IT."  -CI*, SHMIT WNftCTV  FROM WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS  TECHNICOLOR��  *^&W3MS5S?  THURS, MAY 24-8 PM  FRIf M/^25-84��M^-  ^ATf4liA��^C.2^liOWS_.  2PM MATINEE &  8 PM EVENING  KRISTIN GRIFFITH  MARY BETH HURT  RICHARD JORDAN  DIANE KEATON  EG/WARSHALL  GERALDINE PAGE  MAUREEN StAPLETON  SAMWATERSTON  ~Oiiecnjn.nvjro6f,ph7COROON'Wtny~  EwutivvProducer KM-RTCREENHUT  Produced by CHARIES H KXIt  Wrillen and Directed by WOOOV AU��N  Woody Allen's  INTERIORS  SUN, MAY 27  -8 pm  MON, MAY 28  -8 PM  TUES, MAY 29  -8 PM   Does Your Club or Group Report Its Activities Regularly to The Times?  During the previous year, 1977,  donations exceeded the year before by  $1,000. .  with no lineman standing by, full cost of  repairs is charged.  Disposal  of   felled   trees   is   the  The Peninsula 7^^  0 -_-_ T\ m__t _s .    *_>___- an     .Ann *   - DairaB   .__&  Section D  Wednesday, May 23,1979  Pages 1=4"  Many-faceted Diane  Keaton in "Interiors"  An accomplished dramatic actress, a  radiant song stylist and deft comedian,  Diane Keaton is appearing in her fifth film  fonJSTQQdy Allen, ^Interiors.'-.    ..  -  In "Interiors", which Allen describes  as,/'a .drama in the_ traditional .sense,".  Diane appears with' Kristin Griffith,  Marybeth Hurt, Richard Jordan, E.G.  Marshall, Geraldine Page, Maureen  Stapleton and Sam Waterston. Allen  directs.fram his own original screenplay,  but does not appear in the film.  Born on January 5th, in Los Angeles,  Diane was raised ih nearby Santa Ana  where she attended Grammar and high  schools. Even as a teenager, she was interested in acting- and- appeared in a  number of junior and senior high school  plays..   _ _  Upon her graduation from Santa Ana  College, Diane moved to New York City  where she studied at The Neighborhood  Playhouse and made her first professional  stage appearance in 1968 when she  replaced Lynn Kellogg in the Broadway  production of "Hart."  BACH ALONE with her thoughts, (Marybeth Hurt) gaze out the window  three slaters Renata (Diane Keaton), of their beachfront house in Woody  Flyn  (Kristin Griffith)  and  Joey   Allen's "Interiors'!.  SEAMLESS GUTTERS  MOBILE UMIT  GUTTERS INSTALLED  ANYWHERE ON THE PENINSULA  INSULATION  MOBILE UNIT  BLOWN IN NEW HOMES OR EXISTING HOMES  Walls  ���Ceilings  'am.  SIDING ��� VINYL Oft ALUMINUM  SUNDECK COVERS - ALUMINUM  AWNINOStROU UP, ADJUSTABLE  We install all our products  ; frarrnn  Sasaratt  88A-7411  ""or   686-8023  1&27 tar***.  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We sell Ice sold In our Meat Dep't  Lower Gibsons ��� 886-2522  CO-OP  Prlcoi offoctivo May 24, 20, 26  ���:pf-  I'i! 1 J  <  tM__x___W%___mm_w__m___W___WMm^  itfl'flHII    %     lllllllHr   IJ^IW The Grub Bog            ���            .'.'���:  -____.____ :._..__.  Hefty^and meaty  By.Ann  -Most men don't regard casseroles and BAKED LEMON PUDDING  Elementary students learn better if they leave classroom more  A fou^year.study.cisnducted.by'a /'doeni^c^,,'a.^..i-as'aa^Mnfc per-   project out of his l(>ng standing interest in  University of Victoria professor indicates   formance. It is interesting that, over four   physical education combined with the  "that elementary schwhitiidente^^  more easily if they leave the classroom   physical education maintained if not   education in Canadian schools,* and the ���  more to participate in physical and   improved their academic standing."        -success of similar programs in Vanves,  recreational activities, and the arts. Martens developed the idea for tlie , France.  -Theproject was conducted at-Victoria's  B.'anshard elementary school, by Dr. Fred  PageD-4 Wednesday, May 23,1979  Look  for our  Ad.  CO-OP AUTOMOTIVE  REPAIR SERVICE  -4 Locations-  fussy salads too highly. You rarelyhear a-  man say, "Let's have some of that wat-  chafnacallit casserole thing for duiner."  Now give him a hefty stew or meaty  goulash ��� that's a bell-ringer.  BEEF AND VEGETABLE PIE  2 pounds chuck steak, cut about one inch  thick "    ' -_. .      "  ~3 tablespoons butter or margarine  ���Start heating-oven to 350 -'degrees-F.  Grease a one-<_uart casserole.  2 eggs, separated  V4 teaspooii salt s  % cup granulated sugar  1 tablespoon lemon rind, grated  5 tablespoons lemon juice  2 tablespoons buitter.  Vi cup granulated sugar   1% teaspoons salt ��� dash of pepper  boiling water  Vk cup^frozen peas  6-9 tiny onions  1% cups sliced carrots  " ^_t^sp6oirht61sra(ig-rr"  i^MtmeaUnta^one-inch cubes. Brown  meat in butter oh all sides. Sprinkle with  salt and .pepper and add boiling water.  Cover and simmer until meat is tender,  about one hour. Add vegetables and a  small amount of boiling water. Cook uncovered until vegetables are done about 25  minutes. Make, biscuit topping while  vegetables are cooking.  BISCUIT TOPPING-       -    2 cups all-purpose flour.  % teaspoon salt''  ~4-teaspoons-ba-_ing-powder-   one-third cup butter  % cup milk  Sift flour, measure and sift with baking  powder and salt Cut butter intojflour w|th  ~a^pastiyblenderuntQ-mixture-has-texti-re-  _oLcoi-ameal.-5tir-m__---_--_-_allatjonce-and_  form into dough. Knead a few times on a  lightly-floured surface. Roll out % inch  thick and cut with a doughnut cutter.  When stew is done: thicken meat juices  with a flour-water paste to make a  - t-i^ium-thick gravy. Salt to taste and  pour into a casserole with meat and,  vegetables. Place biscuit on top of pie.  Place in a 425 degree F. oven ��� bake 15 to  20 minutes or until biscuits are nice and  brown.  3 tablespoons flour  1 cup milk  Beat egg whites! with salt until peaks  form when the beater is raised. Slowly add  Vz cup sugar; beat until stiff. With the  -same beaterjrbeatyolks with-grated lemon-  rind and juice and melted butter. Stir in Yt  cupsugar-mixed:writh flour; ^ddmilk.  Carefully fold in beaten egg whites. Pour  the batter into prepared casserole. Set the  casserole in a pan containing Ms-inch of hot  water. Bake, uncovered, 50-55 minutes, or  until.a deep golden color. The pudding  will separate intcn^ke layer and a lemon  sauce. Serve it slightly warm.   Note: a little secret to all new brides:  any husband who thinks he is smarter than  his wife has a smart.wife.  ^M^ero^f-tJWg^ducatiptt-^acultyr  with the assistance of school principal Ron n  Berod and Blanshard teachers. Funding of  $7,600 came from the; Greater Victoria  School Board, when the project began in  1974.  "The program at Blanshard has  demonstrated that learning through ;  physical activity is a more important part  -of-achool life than IS generally recognised.  It offers many advantages while academic  standards are maintained," states  Martens in the forward to the concluding  report of "The Blanshard Project ��� An  Elementary School Program Em-  ~^sizing"Phy-dcal"Educa1i(��-"i���t   Attitude, fitness and academic tests ^  'vaecu^w/bk^o^l^fo^f^ period^  the results of which were contained in the  report. r  There have been improvements in the  general fitness levels of children participating in the Blanshard projects, says  Martens,.          "There has also been a basic change in  - the attitude of the youngsters: There have-  been improvements in their self-esteem,  morale, and their concept of school. This  has also been a common result of other  CAN WE MAKE OUR ROADS SAFER?  PUBLIC MEETING  OF THE  MOTOR VEHICLE TASK FORCE���  Perform a death-defying act. 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