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 --*s��_��*��,^irsrr'**vi-*7to***^'j-*^'^  **"  labor leader  ght-to-work laws  This ^ head of the 57,000-member  Canadian Paperworks -Union, Henry  Lorrain, told Port Mellon millworkers last  week that at the provincial level "we are  haunted by the spectre of a Social Credit  Party which if re-elected will in some form  or other introduce so-called right-to-work  legislation" and wanfcd the workers that  "if either, the Libera^ or Conservatives'  are elected to govern^, with a majority  (federally) we will once again have wage  controls."   ._   _���__.-   ._.  He was visiting the Sunshine Coast i_i  support of incumbent NDP-MLA for  Mackenzie, Don Lockstead, and Comox;,  Powell River federal NDP candidate Ray  Skelly.  "I came to British Columbia with some  awareness of this threat to the integrity of  our Unions. But my visits throughout the  province have heightened that awareness ,  and deepened my concern. Aithoughsome  leaders of the Social Credit Party may be \  soft-peddling the right-to-work issue I now 7  have a deep conviction that if they.get one ��  more crack at governing this province 7  they will move to undermine the *.  legitimate and democratic trade union;  institutions which have structured' to;  protect the right of working people," ',.  Lorrain said. -  "Right-to-work as you know is a cheap  _i_Lsrepres<mtatiori"of reality. It is not the  right-tchwork, It is the right to fire. It is the  right, to hire at substandard wages. It is  the right to pit worker against worker. It is  the right to scab," he stated.  He indicated wage controls and right-  to-work issues were enough reason to  support NDP policies both provincially  and federally, but that there were other  issues.  "The first has to do with the general  state of the economy. The Average worker  in British Columbia experienced a loss in  real wages of about $216 in 1978," Lorrain  said,  He said it is a serious situation that has'  been caused by high unemployment, wage  controls and rising prices.and said the  CPU agrees with the NDP proposal for a  Fair Prices Commission with the power to  roll back unjustified price increases, a  mechanism lhat both Liberals and Conservatives have voted against.  He said he is pleased the NDP agrees  with the union's position that as a  precondition to any public financial  assistant to the pulp endpaper industry    that a portion of that moneyTbe MtMdeto^By^HEIJENJPARKER  are not made to foreign countries to  establish industries which will be in direct  competition with Canadian manufacturers.  "Over the past three years the EDC has  loaned some $900 million for construction  of pulp and paper mills in places like Peru,  Poland, Iran, Romania, Argentine,  Mexico, Czechoslovakia and, would you  believe, the United States.  "That's right, among others, a loan of  $67 million of Canadian tax dollars was  made to Dow Jones and the Washington  Post to build a newsprint operation in  Virginia, U.S.A," said Lorrai-i. ___ -  He said glaring examples of need for  federal assistance to this industry in  Canada wete overlooked forrbte"foreign  loans such as the $102 million to Iran for  construction of a linerboard mill.  "How absurd can you get," asked the  Union chief 1  He said the union is concerned about  the arrogance of Pierre Trudeau and the  irresponsibility of Joe Clark.  "We are offended, by the arrogance of  Bill Bennett who, for crass self-serving  political expediency, believes he can steal  an election by calling it concurrent with a  federal campaign," Lorrain added.  Lockstead at Madeira Sunday  Incumbent NDP-MLA Don Lockstead  will be out to meet the people of the North  > 'Peninsula Sunday.  He will be at Madeira Park Elementary  School that day from 2 p.m. when he will  hear questions and explain his platform ���  NDP fights the flames  for "tree enterprise"  CANADIAN ��� 1PAPERWORKERS  Union president, Henry Lorrain,  second from left, is welcomed to  HSt___s__-ne*~���oastr-4>yr--fede-!al NBlP-  candidate Ray Skelly, left, Port  Mellon local president Steve Holland,  and provincial NDP incumbent MLA  Don Lockstead, right.  provide for retraining, new job creation,  supjtieimehtary pension benefits or supplementary unemployment benefits for  workers affected by the industry's  -modernization programs.  ���i-Wg. agree with the NDP position that  the policies of the Export Development  Corporation must be changed so that loans  Wednesday morning's fire at Radio  Shack on Cowrie Street seemed a little too  "realistic" to be a display after second  looks by Joy Smith and Peter Beaudin.  Returning to the NDP campaign  -headquarters next- door from their-car .  across the street, Beaudin and Smith were  the first to spot the flames.  - "We thought it was a display," Beaudin  said.  "The flames were really high, three to  four feet. There was no smoke, just bright,  bright flame."  Both ran into the store trying to attract  the-clerk?s-attention to the flamea4>eh_nd-  the front counter. They were at the back of  ���See Page A-fl  ENINSULA  Serving ihe Sunshine Coos)   (Howe Sound lo Jervis Inlet)   including Port Mellon   Hopkins Lending   Granthams Landing   Gibsons   Roberts Creek  Wilson Creek   Selma Park   Sechelt   Halfmoon Bay  "Secret Cove   Pender Hr-b    Madeira Pork   Garden Bay-Irvine s  Landing   Earls Cove   Egmont  2nd Class Mail '  Registration No, 1142  Pender Haitour  "f*hone  885-3231  Unron o'-SSs^vSr Label  28 Pages ��� 20c Copy  Residents protest  dump closure move  .LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 17 - No. 21  ���CN  ��_-  ���>��� i     _.--���*���'      a J- "<��� v _��  A delegation of. over 20 people with a  strong collective mind to keep the Pender  Harbour garbage dump from  closing  . visited the SCRD board meeting last week  to voice their disapproval of a recom-  - mendattoft-before the board.    - ���  Aft^Jfi&nbers of the group were  heard/'f; Public Utilities Committee"  recommendation to close. Gibsons,  Halfmoon Bay and .Pender Harbour  dumps was passed as a motion only after it  The Siinshine'icloast is a Uwgway from  England and it will be a gowtha^jtears  until we have the population of Vancouver's North Shore but these are two  concepts brought out by the Department of  Highways officials last week When they  came to the Casa Martinez to describe the  proposed network of roads here that will  link to the future highway system.  According to Highways executive  director of planning E.B. Wilkins the  150,000 population North Shore is a model  for growth of the Sunshine Coast, at least  when it comes to planning roads.  -f^-irFy- ^^ -  ; He tpld a group.of -J9 i^rewmwng the'  Sechelt Indian Band, villages ,pf Gibsons  and Sechelt, Powell Rivcfr Chamber of  Commerce and SCRD board that planners  had to look "beyond^ land use" and  "beyond local concerns'' and look ahead  "150yearij." / ' ^  "Keep in your head there is going to be  intense development and is the highway  system going to be adequate," Wilkins  commented.  He said at present the thought in  planning might be about houses and asked  "but what if there is a five-story building  Kitimat educator to  ������.,���/������.]'', ������    .'��� .'���������. ���, ���. ��� "   ���',''''        '���>.'���     ���  top Chatelech post  The search for a new principal for  Chatelech Junior Secondary School ended  recently with the selection of Mrs. June  Bernauer of Kitimat.  Bernauer was one of 54 persons applying for the Job. School District No. 46  trustees Interviewed five of the six applicants who made the short list; the sixth  having obtained employment elsewhere.  Bernauer has worked for the past 12  years at Mount Elizabeth High School in  Kitimat as classroom teacher, counsellor,  acting-administrator and career  education Coordinator.  She has been actively involved in the  B.C. Teacher's Federation at both local  and provincial levels, has served as  alderman on Kitimat municipal council,  and as a member of the Kitimat recreation  commision.  Her 18 years experience has included  primary, intermediate^ junlon and senior  secondary. She has taught in a number of  Thank you, Pender!  The Pender, Harbour Aquatic Society  sincerely thanks the residents of Pender  Harbour for their tremendous supportive  vote on the Pool Referendum held last.  Saturday, April 21. It was a truly com-  Sty effort with Garden Bay and  mt really holding up their end to  the results to a convincing 09.5 per  cenMfl favour ol the pool. Once again,  thank yon all for your Support. It certainly  gives the Aquatic Society renewed vigor to  tackle the Mg job that lies ahead ���  FINISH THE>pOLI  Aa special thanks to our campaign  wmmittee GlannKPhiUlpa, Ian Vaughn,  John and Bea McFarlane, Tom Rothney,  Roml, Talento, irehe Boyd, Sylvia  Thlbideau, Isabel Gooldrup (thanks for  babysitting, tool), Diane Goi&gh, Darlene  Ntlaon^hir�� Isn't room to list ail th��  names of others who helped out, Thanks  again.  From the aquatic directors: Marg  Gooldrup, Jack Paterson, Robl Peters,  Peter Prescesky, Shirley Vader.  districts, including Trail, Kamloops,  Vancouver,*' liuooel ami Fort St. John,  Her work in the Career Education field  is known throughout Canada. Bernauer  was the winner of a Shell Canada  Fellowship in Career Education in 1978  and has published several articles for the  Guidance Centre In Toronto.  Bernauer Is a graduate of UBC and Is  completing her master's degree In  educational administration.  But it is not all work and no play (or  Bernauer; skiing, golf and'creative  writing are her favorite leisure time activities.  Gray,Lockstead  meet on Cable 10  Coast Cable Vision will show the  recently at ElphLnatono School on Community TV ��� Channel 10, Monday, May 7  at 5:30 p,m. in Gibsons and 7:30 p.m, In  Sechelt.  Dividing line is Maskell Road.  *���  *w*��� ..    ,_..._   around tlfe corner?" **&.S-  - Indicating a highway plan was a permanent idea, he said transportation  cannot be readily expanded beyond1 the  initial arteries provided.  "You can dig up the street to replace or  expand other services such as water and  sewer but you can'Wo-that-with roads."  He gave as an example that' 'three or  four blocks" of roadway in Victoria  recently cost in the neighborhood of $4  million.  He said Highways used the North Shore  as a model because, although, they have  150,000 people now, "it was not many years  ago they had the same as here," and added  it is difficult to forecast the future, "but we  have to turn to examples as much as  possible."  He said the highways ministry policy  Boat overturned  Army cadet saves  pair at Sakinaw  By HELEN PARKER  The run-off from the mountains into the  lakes is icy-cold at this time of year and  Ray Bernler and Emily Henderson can tell  you for sure.  Bernler and Henderson were returning  by boat from Rentier's property ��� on the  other side of Saklnaw Lake about 8 p.m.  April 14 when the outboard motor flipped  to one aide tipping the boat.  Both went into the Water, but managed  to hold on to the overturned bpat. From  where they could see a camp-ire on the  beach and they began to shout for help.  Out to the rescue came Officer Cadet  Terry Hutchings, of Sechelt, who with  Major Trevor Goddard, and Training  Officer Bob Sommerfleld, were leading a  group of 13-tc-18-yoar-old army cadets on a  three-day combined exercise.  Goddard said there were about 138  persons, including cadets from the Sunshine Coast, Vancouver, North Vancouver,  Port Moody and a squadron of the B.C.  Regiment, on the beach that night.  "After dark, we heard cries from the  water," Goddard said. "Officer Cadet  Terry Hutchings put out in his boat and  pulled Ray and Emily out of the water."  "Ray was suffering slightly from exposure, but Emily was Into tho early  stages of hypothermia," he said.  Sommerfleld applied first-aid and the  two were given dry clothing. Goddard lent  them his Jeep to get home.  "There generosity was fantastic,"  Bernler said later. "The next day they  helped pull the boat out of the wator.  ''We'd like to give them public thanks,  r��_wllyr?*4<N>^iv����,��i,*^ogfiitl*ii',��-��wli��r*-  recognltion 1* due, ".���.,  Though Bernler and Henderson were In  the water only a short time, Goddard said  because ot the ley water, they could not  have held out much longer.  Gibsons waste disposal sites are phased  out.  Previous debates about a referenduir  to be held in Pender regarding their waste  disposal also met with resistance _ro_.>  residents."    -   ������  One resident at the meeting, Elgin Wolf  of Silver Sands Resort, described having  the dump closed as "being in a ship when  they pulled the plug. Then they throw yon  a balloon to grab . . . that's the referendum." *  *f9u   ' <".. ,r'-.. ���f' -      -  on the network is an  jof-wayj-  "We. are not interested in building  unless in complete agreement with the  local governments.','  He assured the local people it always  ���See Page A-3  had been amended to  "not include"  ^ .^^ ;-^,, ,, -^��ei)4er.Harj��M^ ,-.^^^Isjfttion.^ppfe^nwi. JSjgrtp TW-  inter-at4n tl* right-T    The   amended   motion,   included, saS&sfa one-and-a-half 7��ys they had  ^ provision for a committee to be formed , collected  665  signatures   of  residents  with Pender residents to investigate the    against   closing   the   dump   and   an  problem and solutions. emergency meeting attended by 65 people  A larger new dump site near the    was held Wednesday,  present Sechelt dump has been recom-        "The people of Pender Harbour want a  mended for use as the Halfmoon Bay and ���See Page A-3  WHAT'S A DEAR doing In a bank?   deposit teller was told, us RCMP's  you may ask. Just making a large   Safety Bear took time out last week  while touring local schools with safety  message to puzzle people In Trail Mall.  :> *  I -i������  PageA-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May 2, to  From Missouri no longer  It's ironic that a well-worn phrase the opponents would most likely be  "I'm from Missouri" has always been drawn from the urbanized areas/ If  taken to mean the speaker is naive there is a difference in the. pattern in  and innocent, uninformed, or just the State of Missouri, this would be of  plain unwilling to talk. some considerable significance," the  :. ^It-_ can _ hai^y-rbe_-ap  longer, at least as far as possible       The   letter   asks   for   size   of  1 "right-to-work"  legislation in  our Missouri's work force,  division,  province is concerned.     ��� between men and women, percentage  A few items have been baffed of work force unionized, and a break-  around these pages of late in regard down of the organized work force  . to this matter and it looks like it could amongst the  several  industrial  become a reality if a Social Credit segments in that state,  government is returned to power. The  minister   admits  it's   a  %   We'd heard about it and many "sizeable demand" on the Labor and  seemed to be concerned but we'd not Industrial Relations Commission  seen until last week the proof in black there and we would expect it will take  Reflections-  ,   ,    " -     * , . ���        ��� -  The Impossible Dream  By Vern Giesbrecht  The lights went out shortly after Jack ' provincially or federally, is an exercise in  Pearsall began his talk at the federal all  candidates' meeting at Elphinstone 10  days ago, but the Liberal MP washable to  continue his speech 25 minutes later. For  -Qonununist 'candidate Sy Pederson,  however, the chance of being elected has  been dark for a much longer period, in fact  right from the moment he announced his  candidacy.  ���-That's not merely because the Mac-  Mfllan Bloedel log scaler was nervous and  tentative in' his first major political  meeting, a televised one at that, or  because he isn't a worthy candidate. It's  just that trying tojrin a seat,_ eltter  Battle of the little and big horn  and white. It's not news and dates  backtoNovember-23,1978, but It-is  now in front of us in print. We're not  from Missouri any longer.  The letter from Labor Minister  Allan Williams is TO the State of  Missouri and in it the minister wants  .ta-_knQw���_aU._..ahout a...-referendum.  placed before that State's electorate  "concerning proposals to enact what  is commonly referred to as "Right-to-  Work" legislation."  He says in the letter it is a topic of  wide-ranging discussion and* adds  that B.C.is "not an exception to that  some time to get a reply to the  ministry       - Maybe by- the time the-date-is-  received there will be a new minister  or even a new Labor Ministry or a  different political persuasion.  Maybe they'll look at it and file it  We don't think unions should have  full sway over every service provided  by.a government or over every job  provided by free enterprise and industry.  But we don't think the government  The village of Sechelt was assaulted by  a seven-day music war the other week.  Cowrie Street was the battlefield and with  apologies- to Winston Churchill it was  strictly "blood, sweat and yer-ears".  Bernel Gordon, who is considered more  splenetic by nature than symphonic, was  tilting at the rock-and-roll music blasting  from die Magic Mushroom across the  -Street. His sword was his limited collection  of classical records, his stereo and an  amplifier which he pitted against the  "with it" sound that has. continuously  assaulted the ear since the Dock opened.  The the casual Cowrie Street stroller,  .th__t-.-^ek-Wi-S---una7.1ng>-Tiier��--l-ft..was-  should be dabbling in the feelings of  rule_"       the Missouri electorate t)ef ore they've  He asks what groups were in-   made exhaustive attempts to find out  volved in the public campaign, both   how the workers in their own province  pro and con, for statements of the  groups, and the base of support for  the groups.  "If such a referendum were to be  placed before the electorate within  British Columbia, I would expect that   voters, can make their feelings known  feel about "right-to-work"  legislation.  The timing, however, could be just  right.  It's election time. And workers,  the supporters would be drawn from  the rural areas of the Province, while  before we hear what Missouri has to  say.  caught between the decibles of  Beethoven's Fifth and the BeeGees and  the glares of the protagonists. Bernel also  threw in 90 minutes with Arthur Fiedler  which contains several Christmas carols  to further confuse the issue. But then  decided he should be fighting fire with fire.  so he tossed in Super Sax and the Salt  Peanuts Volume No. 2.   -----  Overheard at the Medical Clinic was  "Please turn it down, you're waking the  undead!" Bernel stated firmly "They  shared their music with me for a year and  I felt it only decent to share mine with  them for a bit."  . I am happy to inform the now deserved  street that the war is over and Cowrie  Street has resumed its regular cacophony  of Meeting horns, burning rubber and  screeching brakes. My usual spotty survey  indicates about 11 to 1 in favor of Bernel  Gorden. My personal opinion is that I  always resent my privacy of thought and  concentration being invaded by anyone  else's idea of musical pleasure.  I am most offended by Musak in a shop  elevator or office. It sounds so funereal  that ^always except plum colored, redi-  fofd curtains to slowly part, revealing a  coffin. I can only admire Bernel for his.  successful fulminating in an era of apathy  and acceptance.  Why do the meaning-! of words have to  be changing?  ._..:_I.can_r_-m-a-^  a happy and  \  A "workshop" used to mean a place  where the saws, hammers and nails were  likely to be found. Now it is used continuously to mean conference, symposium  or stu&y. Seminar has been tossed in ,  though it used to create images of esoteric  reflection. Can anyone imagine our SCRD  board attempting anything so ambitious  as that?  "Dialogue" has been out of favor for a  couple of years now though it was extremely fashionable in the early Seventies.  Even families were having dialogues  instead of chatting as they have done for  almost ever. Anyway, dialogue took a  dive.  "Communication skills" has replaced  "gay" meant that he was  amusing person.  f  A fine line  This feels like home  ���by Bruce Robinson  Many helped to make  local TV (brum success  It is quite likely that many of you who  are now residents of the Sunshine Coast  never really intended to live here. If your  story is similar to numerous others I have  heard, then you probably came up to  Roberts Creek or Egmont or Halfmoon  Bay to visit Aunt Effie for tbe weekend.  Except that before you knew it, that  weekend transformed itself into weeks  then months and finally years. And when  you expressed puzzlement as to why you  couldn't seem to get out of here, Aunt  Effie > a long time resident, just gave you  that knowing smile as if to say, "I could  have told you so." The same thing may  well have happened to her.  . The Sunshine Coast has become home  to a wide variety of people, from the  businessman who commutes to Vancouver  to the musician who lives in the woods.  Clearly, the Sunshine Coast offers,  something which is absent elsewhere, and  I believe we are attracted by something  more' involved than simply beautiful  country. That in itself is sufficient to draw  many people to the area, but they wouldn't  stay were there not additional advantages  to being a resident here.  How we all arrived varies. Some came  to see Aunt Effie, some had spent summers here as children and returned to  regain a piece of their former paradise,  -some decided to take a ferry ride, others  may have become drunk and confused and  taken the wrong ferry ride, and still others  had the good fortune to break down in the  waters off the peninsula, forcing them to  come ashore to find assistance. Regardless of how we got here, many of us  stayed, and the reasons we remained are  what fascinate me.  I think at the core of our desire to  remain as residents of the Sunshine Coast  is our need to relate to people in some real  and significant way, and that is easier to  do here than It Is In Vancouver or any  other city.  In a previous column I mentioned that  service seemed to be vanishing In favour  of self-serve, express-style establishments, By virtue of the number of people  In cities, It is extremely rare that one feels  The PENiNSULA^yfewe*  hiblish-d Wednesdays at Sculidt  on B.C.'s. Suiulilnc Coimt ,  by  The Peninsula Times  lor W.NtpiTs Publications Lid,  a I Sechelt, I..C.  VON MO  ' Phone JFtf)S-52.il  that services rendered are at all touched  by personal concern. Merchants deal with  too many faces to be able to attach a  person to that face whom they know and  therefore can cater to. Here, at least, we  have the opportunity to become known in a  relatively short time, and merchants and;  mechanics, and restauranteurs and  bartenders are people we can get to know  and with whom we can even develop  relationships. They are wise'enough to  know that friendliness and efficiency  mean the difference between profit and  bankruptcy, but they are, from my experience, still genuine people.  I don't intend this to be a commercial,  but tell me where you've found a more  personable and entertaining bartender  than Tony Tyler at The Cedars, or more  pleasant people than Mike and Arlo at the  Penn Hotel. Nor have I discovered people  who are as straightforward or as warm as  Dave and Brian at the Chevron station in  Gibsons.  There are so many people I could Include in this list, but the point is that  something besides a business transaction  is taking place. There ls also a relationship  at stake. If you talk to Mary Dory, the  travel agent, or Merv Casey at the auto  wrecking yard, you'll find that they are  peoplo first and business persons second.  And it makes a difference.  The kind of intimacy I am talking about  extends to other areas besides business.  Events such as the Dogfish Derby, Sea  Cavalciade, and Roberts Creek Days are  unmistakably stamped with a humour and  a warmth and a joy which uniquely belong  to the people of this area.  Perhaps I am so impressed with the'  communities on the coast because I am  unaccumstomed to that small town  feeling. Whatever the case, it's great to  know haU the people you pass on tho highway and it's equally satisfying to wave and  to know that the wave returned is not  merely perfunctory. When I was in the  city, I didn't feel that I belonged, even  though I had been there for twenty-six  years. After one year of living here, this  feels like homo.  Others must share my feelings, Many  people who are alienated by the city appear on tho coast, often to make a now  start. Accountants become roofers,  doctors become Volkswagen mechanics,  artists take up landscaping. The change  such people seek they could not find m any  small town. Tho feeling you get In your  communities has been nurtured in a very  special way.  Intangibles are difficult to discuss at  Editor, The Times:  "Elphinstone 7 Student Research  Productions wishes to thank all the people  who helped to make our Fourth Com-,  munity Forum a very exciting week-end  as well as an excellent training-work  experience. We wish to thank Coast  Cablevision Ltd. for their continued  support all year. Mr. John Thomas and  Carl Bobardt worked along side us and  assisted us with technical difficulties.  Sony distributor, Tom Holgate, from  Pacific Video in Vancouver, provided us  with the best equipment available. Me.  Blair Rennet loaned us a carpet from his  shop ��� Carpet Cabinet Ceramic Centre.  The carpet added to the professional tone  of our set. We thank the District maintenance staff from our School Board for all  the extra work we caused them. ;  We thank the UBC students who started  our productions with their presentation  about the Glassford theatre. We thank the  clubs and societies who set up displays in  the gym. We were fortunate to have  participattion from all the people who  performed In the gym on Saturday.  The elections were called just In time  for our forum. The Council of Local Unions  thought the All-Candidates meetings  would be a good example of community  programming and we were pleased to  have the opporunlty of taping both of  them. We thank the Provincial and the  Federal candidates.  Mrs. Rosalie Gower, who came all the  way from Vernon, B.C. representing the  CRTC, gave credence to our belief In the  value of community television. Mr. John  Denley, Superintendent of Schools, offered  to assist us In continuing our study of  broadcasting as it relates to life on tho  Sunshine Coast. Mrs. Maryanne West, our  fellow student, discussed the possibility of  starting a Community television  association which we will be able to assist  where we can.  Most important, Elphinstone Student  Research Productions wishes totiwhkMf.:~  Dave Helen, from the District Resource  Centre for his time and patience during  this past year. We could not have continued our efforts without his co-operation.  Much to everyone's surprise, we sincerely thank B.C. Hydro. Hydro officials  spent extra time and staff on Sunday  morning working from 9 to 11 to have the  power on for our community forum. We  spoke to Hydro several times and we were  pleased with their co-operation. They  successfully completed the Outage, and the,  problem which happened after our forum  began, was an accident. The power had to  be shut down for safety reasons and we  appreciate this. Besides, it happens to the  best of productions and how our community handled it was very impressive.  We thank the editors of the local papers  for their excellent coverage. We will set up  a schedule for showing our tapes over  Channel 10 and will notify the public  through the press.  Our sincere appreciation to all,  Elphinstone Student  Research Productions.  Questionaire on  Community TV?  More info wanted  Editor, The Times:  May I please ask the Peninsula Times  assistance in reaching those people who  filled in the questionnaire about their  Interest in community television at the  recent Forum but who didn't add their  names and phone numbers.  Could they please .call me at 880-2147.  Thank you.  Maryanne West.  English or grammar and just plain old-  fashioned speech.  Up until now people have gotten "into"  shape, "into" condition, "into" the sauce  and "into" trouble. Now they are "into"  things they used to be interested in. "She's  into sewing." "He's into ceramics." How  the hell can anyone get "into" sewing or  .ceramics?.-Whatever,happened .to_ just  doing those things?        ��� - .  I was irritated when "no way'.' had its  vogue, but now "like ya know" has  become a hesitant connector of sentences  or even the longer "I-rmeanlike-ya-know".  This has replaced "Ah" or "Uh". The  poiiitlsthatwhei-yourhad-te-ay^ah*^  "uh" you knew you were floundering and  you smartened up. No more. Now you can  just keep going with ever ending sentences  containing these continuous connectors.  The word "like" means two things:  resemble and fond of. It means nothing  else and may NOT be used to start a  sentence or to replace "as", I.guess we  should all try to brush up on our "Communication Skills" now and then but at  least most of us leave "viable" strictly for  political use.  In the realm of strange happenings: It  was interesting the other week to see  Senator Ed Lawson crossing Teamster  picket lines to get to his own office. The  Senator (who said he would retire from his  position as International vice-president of  the Teamsters Union when he accepted his  Senate seat about nine years ago) looked a  little tight-lipped as he denied any feeling .  of guilt to reporters. See what a long  memory does for you?  It has been quite nice to be off the  ,^blatt-ngflubb^riesofj>oliticsf(M^oneweek  anyway.  The Canadian Postal Service has been  ���the-subject-of^many-jokes and snide  hilarity in the past years and nOw they are  getting back at us. The beautiful stamps  put out each month by the CPS have been a  source of pride for many Canadians who  enjoy stocking up and using the lovely  things rather than the more prosaic  regular Queen stamps.  We have been treated to Group of  Seven, Indian, Eskimo and historical art  stamps and sporting, fishing, boating and  flying stamps and just so many  magnificently-designed, interesting,  commemorative ones that collectors have  gone mad at the choice. They are about  twice the size of an average stamp.  This month, in revenge I expect at too  much cutting comment, the CPS has come  out with a new issue. It is an incredible  hand with one finger extended, a string  around the finger. Are they reminding us  to pay our taxes or bills? I recommend  their.use for these things alone. Good  Heavens!  An inside to the devoted "constant  reader" who wrote me in last week's  paper. My goodness, he had built up a head  of spleen.  In answer to his question: "Who does  she think builds things and for who (sic)?"  I think good homes are designed by good  architects and good builders follow those  designs. Good areas are designed by good  planners and the result Is a lovely and  attractive village.  I only wish Sechelt took more advantage of its position by the sea. I feel  that zoning changes should be given the  closest possible scrutiny as they have so  often, in the past, been slipped In, while the  townsfolk were snoozing In the sun or  fishing. '  Rainy weather was not the time to plan  your zoning changes, Sir, as it seems  everyone was awake.  ���Marcia Poultice  futility for any Communist politician in  Canada, no matter how qualified or persuasive. T       Take Mark Mosher, running for  perhaps the fifth time, on this occasion as  the Communist contender in the federal  Nanaimo-Alberni riding. He's a long-time  Alberni Valley resident, a former logger  and longshoreman, active in the. Cherry  Creek community, former chairman of the  school board, no less. Yet he'll be lucky if  he pulls in five per cent of the vite; his  "communistic" label will scare away  many more voters than it attracts.  ��� When I covered the 1972 federal election for the Alberni Valley Times, I encountered scores of people who said, in so  many words, "If Mosher were running for  another party, I'd vote, for him; he's a  good man".  Yet Mosher, who was listed as an independent on the ballot because an insufficient number of Communist candidates were running in the election, made  it clear where he stood. I remember the  stir that went through the crowd when he  declared at a Chamber of Commerce  luncheon, "I'm a Communist and proud of  it"     .    The businessmen admired his for-  thrightness, enjoyed his speech but when it  came time to mark their ballot, they opted  for one of the other candidates.  I'm certain the same thing will happen  -in_thaiwQ.___-��tiojci-_-t_us-sp]rito  Rezoning blizzard SHOULD cause  'gtornTdf protest by residents  Editor, The Times:  It was refreshing to read Marcia  Poultice's editorial: "Rezoning blizzard is  no storm of progress" In the April 18  Times. It expresses well how many of us  feel about the developers' deliberate  progress towards a Metropolitan Sunshine  Coast, Yet, It need not be that way. In this  democratic province every rezoning has to  bo proceeded by a Public Hearing, which,  according to the Municipal Act, must be  (Nike hours: Hi.lO.n.m,  toSp.m, Tucs.-Snf.  |>^��^A��^#v^^At��vy^^^>v��^^^^^��%yvvy^W''vv^v  thetwst-ot time��rt^ ww tiling  said tor sure. Most of the people who local paper, with Um date of the last Issue  reside  In  the  city  would  rather  be no less than three and no more than ten  somewhere else. I don't think the same days In advance of the date of the hearing,  could be said for the majority of residents If enough people would attend these  on the Sunshine Coast. hearings and voice their objections or  submit them In writing to the SCRD, tho  rczonlngs cannot take jflacel  The SCRD Planning Department,  which employes two qualified Banners, Is  supposed to provide guidance to the SCRD  Board ot Directors, to the Public and to  developers on responsible, harmonious  and aesthetic development throughout the  Sunshine Coast. One should realize,  however, that the Department and tbe  Board ore under continuoua pressure from  developers, for whom this ls a full-time Job  nnd who aro motivated by profit.  The authorities, therefore, get a grossly  distorted view of what ia really in the beat  interests of the community.  / The requirement to prepare Settlement  Plans for tho various oreas on the Sunshine Coast Is a laudible attempt to Involve  the Public in the process of responsive  planning. Yet, I know of one Planning  Committee, whero the Chairman Is at tho  same time the Agent for a local developer'.'  To bring the rezoning blizzard under  control will not be easy, but it can be done,  if those, who value responsible planning,  JoopBurgerjon  Box3,RRl,  Halfmoon Bay,  B.C.V0N1Y0  Communist candidates running federally  (including 12 in B.C.) and the five Communists trying for seats in the B.C.  election, none has a real chance of win-  . ning.  The woman who answered the phone at  the Hastings Street office of the B.C.  Communist Committee agreed with my  - assessment. - -;���     ���  "Realistically, we don't have a chance.  If we had even one elected, it would be a ,  major victory." She added, however, that  her uncle almost won a seat in Nanaimo as  a Communist candidate in the 40s and she  believed that "one or two" Communists  had been elected to the federal Parliament  at some point in Canada's history.  Why does the Communist Party run  candidates when there is little hope of  winning, I asked.  ' "We have a sound policy and we may  push the other candidates to express their  positions more clearly.. .One day we will  be elected!"  . ��� Looking at the. Communist, platform,  '���one finds few startling or radical  proposals. Some of the ideas suggested by  ���Pederson, Jor-^example,were.:_reduceJhe_  work week to 32 hours without any  reduction in take home pay, provide  unemployment benefits at 90 per cent of  earnings, adopt legislation for equal pay  for work of equal value and extend social  security. If these and other suggestions  along the same line were pushed by a  candidate of another political stripe, they  might find ready acceptance but a  Communist could promise filet mignon as  daily fare and a $20,000 guaranteed annual  , wage without capturing more than a  handful of votes.  For millioqs of Canadians, Communism is still a dirty word, one that  conjures up visions of Lenin and Stalin,  "liquidations" and concentration camps,-  religious and political oppression and  persecution. Furthermore, "Mc-  Carthyism" was not restricted to the  United States.  When I was growing up in the Fraser  Valley, most of the references to Communism came from the pulpit, and were  usually prefixed with the word"godless". I  knew many people, including my maternal  grandmother, parents of several friends,  my high school principal, and other adults,  who were born In Russia and had fled to  North America primarily to escape  religious persecution and civil war. I  heard horror stories about the devolutions  and purges and massacres In Russia. No  doubt tho Communists were behind it all.  My early notions about Communism,  vague and one-sided as they were,  remained with me long after I had been  exposed to a more balanced approach to  that particular political philosophy. It was  with a certain amount of trepidation,  therefore, that I became acquainted with  honest-to-goodness Communists during  my sojourn in Port Albernl.  I soon learned that a voluble, somewhat  narrow-minded Communist on the city  council was not dangerous, not even a  fiery-eyed zealot, though ho did get  carried away at times. I grow to like  Mosher, the school board chairman and  Communist candidate, I sipped tea with  national Communist leader William  Kashtan without having my back Safely  against the wall, and swapped yarns with  B.C. chief Nigel Morgan without feeling  uneasy.   s  These Communists, and others, seemed  proud of their lonely struggle for tho  "cause". Thoy were as prone as the next  politician to spout rhetoric, a foolishly  optimistic as anyone chasing a pot of gold,  as fervent as only persons who have "seen  tho light can bo,  In the current elections, and for years  to come, I believe Communist candidates  In Canada will be greeted with  aitraaeinentr tolerance,- perhaps miW  interest and scattered instances of enthusiasm ��� and pitifully few votes. No  doubt they'll labor on, striving for  respectability, continuing to dream the  Impossible dream. GIBSONS VILLAGE clerk-treasurer  Jack Copland points out proposed  Highway routes for Sunshine Coast to  MORE ABOUT ...  Gibsons Aid. Lorrain Goddard on  map that compares area to Nolth  Vancouver for highway development.  Local roads being planned  ���From Page A-l  takes time to get agreement before putting  a road through and that the department  was not interested in "destroying land use  programs as planned locally."  He estimated lead time required before  a highway amstn.d&atay&&aitas 10 to.  15 years on any project.  "How long we pushed for the Langdale  -connection shows that 10 years is not an  ���exaggeration,''" Wilklns-commented. He -  told the group they had "an enormous  amount of projects on the books" and that  it will cost a lot of money and take time.  "I assure you it is not the case the  ministry will come and build a road as  " soon as weidentify the network. Werhave"  networks all over the province and I  assure you we don't have funds to start  construction of those networks.  To suggest the ministry of highways is  going to build a road that distorts land use  projects is absolutely unfounded," said  Wilkins.  An angered SCRD area F director  David Hunter said he understood from the  regional and provincial planners that the  road between Langdale and Gibsons had  been settled.  "How many people are going to be  killed before you build that part of the  highway? All I want is to get a road from  You're better off with the NDP  Langdale to Gibsons before somebody gets  killed," Hunter exclaimed.  Highways planning engineer Steve  Reynolds said the bypass route along the  power line above North Road from  Langdale towards Gibsons had been  surveyed but the connector route between  the planned new bypass road that connected It to Highway 101 had not been  -settled locally.  The Peninsula Times Page A-3  Wednesday, May 2,1979  MORE ABOUT...  ���Dump closure  ���From Page A-l,  dump no matter what the problems are  and no matter what the cost. It Is one of tbe  few thing's the regional district does up  there," White told the board.  "You are running roughshod over the ,  feelings of the people . . you've had  problems up there before... The further  you push this, the worse it's going to be.  We are not going to.let it happen," he  added.  The board was told if the dump was  closed the garbage would be dumped in the  ocean because there would be no place else  to put It.  Area A alternate director Vera  McAllister told board members they were  forgetting Pender Harbour was a rural-  area.-  "We live there because we want that  kind of life. (Regarding the trucking of  garbage to a central dump at Sechelt) we  dont want It and we want nothing to do  with it. You should consider the geography  of our area before you go fencing off tlte  dump," die said.  Waste disposal, committee chairman  for the board, George Gibb, told the group  they wanted to offer choices and these,  were a compactor at Pender with a haul to  Sechelt once 8) week, an alternate site  (that meets Pollution Control Board  standards), or a small incinerator.  Area F dir. David Hunter questioned  why money was spent on garbage studies  VOTE DON LOCKSTEAD  Thurs., May 10  Authoriiod  by Mockonil* NDP  The connector routehas been amatter���tf *p *2?rt "E* . M ^  of some contention^ the group was told,     ^uegtlgnjwhy we spend f 12,000 on  with some Reid Road residents opposed to  using that road and Sunnycrest Mall  merchants in part in favor of bringing it  down past the shopping centre.  ���A_Soconsidered-__avebeenPayne-Road--  and Park Road and a Gilmore connector.  SCRD board chairman, Ed Nicholson,  reminded Hunter that they were dealing  with technicians and not politicians who  made funding decisions about road system  construction.  Nicholson said tbe highways department was in "some degree of confusion"  since a previous regional board had  passed an earlier plan for the route and he  said a 1973 decision was still being used by  Victoria to make decisions about the route  through Gibsons.  On Nicholson's urging, the group  agreed to take the proposed bypass plan as  a committee of representatives from the  village and regional district areas to interested _groups_such_asJhe_Chamber of  Commerce and get "input" before another  meeting is held with highways officials  and the discussion begins as to whether or  not the agreed-upon route is a political  possibility. v  reports ahd ignore them. We tell the ex-  perts to go to hell. This board said incineration is too expensive. The Sechelt  site is 2 miles longand can be covered once  .a-__day._We-._-_ax&----a-_l__^  suggestions," Hunter said.  WATER SHED ENDANGERED  .. In other business, the board was shown  photos of the silting problem at the  Chapman Creek watershed sent in by John  Hind Smith of the Gibsons Wildlife Club.  Logging at the lower elevations was  believed the cause of the silt build-up  which was described by board chairman  Ed Nicholson as "quite alarming"  because it's "our watershed."  Dir. Joe Harrison explained that above  3,500 feet elevation the undercover holds  the snow packed and that tbe public has  the right to protection for a watershed  against silting.  Dir. George Gibb said he wanted some  kind of legislation to stop the silting  problem.-   _ 7   Walk it to me!  pantioiv.tionM  lI_.f  " y.\- a*Jij,'p  "iT  ar-fj'  m  Minimum $5000.00  deposit  90 or 120 day  Term Deposit  Sunshine Coast Credit Union  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Tel: 885-3255  TIME FOR  ���SO ft. Nylon Reinforced  Garden Hose  ���Tore 1200  Weed Trimmer st_e_95  LAWN FURNITURE  ] ���Redwood Lawn Chair  Rockers  $2795  Webbed  Lawn  Chairs  no99  Redwood Lawn Chairs $2695  3 Horsepower  MTD Tiller  ��  LAWNMOWERS  .Sheffield  18" Gas  G.E. Electric  Tore 19"  too  Black. & Decker  18" DUAL BLADE ROTARY MOWER  (5740)  Vli  GIBSONS  BUILDING S.PPUES LTD.  Sunihln* Const Hwy, Gibsons  and or     OOOliaol41  "FOR Ml YOUR BUILDING NEEDS"  ! f>  PageA4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May 2,1979  Gibsons glimpses  Retire in comfort  by Marlon A/sager, 886-2458  mh.  aHmoon Bay Happenings  Sharon Doyle weds  by Mary Tinkley-Shannon 885-9765  On April 21, Sharon Doyle became the The concerned parents won still-  bride of Dean Kingston, the son of another point when the School Board.  Florence and Leonard Kingston of agreed not to draw in the western bouri-  Sqiiamish. Both the marriage and the dary of the Halfmoon Bay School from the  reception which followed were held at the Jolly Roger to Brooks Road. Realizing that  Redrooffs .Road home of the  bride's a mult-grade-kindergarten class is still a  mother, Mrs. Peggy Ayer.  The blonde bride looked lovely in an off-  white gown trimmed with pearls. The  gown was in a period style, with scooped  neckline, puffed sleeves and flounced  skirt. She carried a bouquet of white and  peach coloured flowers, and was given in  mtirrtage by her father, Roy Doyle.  Matron of Honor, Lois Oliver of Nanaimo,  was dressed in a peach-coloured gown.  Best man iras. Steve Monk of Squamish ,  . andthe toast to the bride was proposed by  Len Werseeh.  ���-Thfrservice^was conducted-by_the-Rey__7  Stan Wood of the Unitarian  Church,  Vancouver. Helen Robertson catered  delicious buffet refreshments for the 60  possibility for the school for the year 1980-  81, several of the parents will shortly be  visiting Richmond to see such a class in  operation. They are also planning the'  formation of a parents' advisory com<  mittee.  BINGO VS. HOCKEY  Bingo, which is usually a popular attraction at the Welcome Beach Hall, was  no match for the hockey game on April 21!  and, consequently; drew only a small  attendance. All hockey fans stayed closed  to their TV sets watching the game which-  went into two periods of overtime.  THowe^^nirose_who"tunied-up-aHhe-  hall had an enjoyable evening, with Jerry  Berthelet  proving  a most  competent  caller with a few new tricks up his sleeve.  guests present, who included the bride's  grandfather,-Ed;EdmundSrher^aunt-ahd   The ne^_andjagLsodaLevening at the  ��^ * * ��*��   ��     - ��-k l__ w-ll ____J11   ���__.__.   _______   r._._k..^_T_3__^T"  uncle, Doug and Marlon Foley - of- Chase  and her cousins, Michael, Stephen and  Kelly Foley and their wives. The couple  will spend a few days on a fishing trip  before settling down in their home in  Squamish.  HALFMOON BAY SCHOOL  Six parents of children attending the  Halfmoon Bay School attended the School  Board meeting last Thursday to present a  petition ahd express their concern about  the Board's proposal to combine a kindergarten class with Grades 1,2 and 3. As  a result of their presentation, the Board  agreed to defer the proposed change for a  year, which means that for the year 1979-  80, kindergarten children will continue to  go to Sechelt. The following year the Board  plans to introduce a kindergarten class at  the Halfmoon Bay School, but it is too  early to predict whether it will be combined with the primary grades or be a  separate class.  Welcome Beach Hall will beon &turday7~  May 19, when a Little Reno Night is  planned.  The next regular meeting of the  Halfmoon Bay Hospital Auxiliary will be  on Monday, May 7 at the Welcome Beach  Hall at 8 p.m.  JANET BACK  Janet Allen who has been receiving  hospital treatment in Vancouver for the  past three weeks, is happy to be home  again. Anybody who knows Janet's enthusiasm for her garden will not be surprised to hear that she is outside working  by eight o'clock each morning. She  acknowledges with grateful thanks the  many gestures of kindness from her  friends and neighbors.  It may not be the ideal way to celebrate  a wedding anniversary, but Peter and  Eileen Bannister certainly did not follow  the usual tradition for the celebration of  their 44th wedding anniversary. Peter got  a really bad bout of flu and stayed in bed to  speed Ws recovery^b��^use he is expecting  a visit from his favourite cousin from  Birkenhead, England.. Eilleen, with no  thought of celebration, ate a solitary meal.  Jim Budd told an appreciative crowd.  "With Planning you can Retire in Comfort." On Wednesday evening, in the  Elphinstone^gym, Jim held a one night  lecture on retirement planning.Heleaned  on the topic of how to ease the tax bite. He  emphasized the RRSP and RHOSP  government plans.  For example, a potential earning of  $15,000 per year for 20 years, and a saving  cf $50 in RRSP per month, buys an annuity  of |300 per month. These plans also reduce  your t^x payment. There is value in even a  10 year'plan and he stated that employed  wives and husbands should be included in  these plans*.  BAND CONCERT   the Elphinstone Band.Concert had a  good turnout. The band sounded quite  polished and the students looked impressive in their uniforms. They have  acquired some new instruments which add  much to the success. of their performances. The Milne High School band  from Sooke, B.C. performed well, despite  their late arrival. It was unfortunate that  the Choir was so small, however, everyone  enjoyecTtheir presentation also. The ham*  > baking wasf a sell-out.  SAVE CHILDREN FUND  ��� Needed -- are -donations- ot-hand-or  machine knitted woollens or even syn-  -thetics���which���would���be-__sultaWe_-_o_-.  unravelling. This wool will then be made  into useful articles for the Save the  Children Fund. If you have any, do contact  the Volunteer Bureau at 885-3821.  STAYTERRIFIC-^ *���   FIREMAN RETIRES  Gibsons Volunteer Fire Dept. held a  ''retirement party" for Bob Wilson on  Saturday night Bob has been with our  -Ti_�� Dept." for 30 years. He is one of-the-  original members and actually helped to  build it. He has been the assistant Fire ���  Marshall for the past 20 years and has  done a dedicated job.  TEA  The OAPA Spring tea and Bazaar drew  a record a crowd and all were rewarded by  enjoying a scrumptious tea plus being able  to purchase a tremendous variety of  items. There was everything from peanuts  to plants, Jewellery, books and a splendid  -array of handicrafts.   The raffle draw kept, the crowd in  abeyance until the winning tickets were  drawn. Mrs. C. Carmichael won the first  ahd third prizes, Mrs. T. Knowles, the  second prize, and Vi Campbell the fourth.  PHOTO CLASS OVER  Wednesday night was the last session  for'the photography course and at least  half of the original 60 students were still  present. What was intended to be a very  basic course became'more and more  professionally upgraded due to the enthusiastic response. We hope to see these  -boys,-Harvey and Mike, do a repeat next  year. We are also hoping they will have  ���Workshoixs-in-the-future.   COOKIE,TIMBl;j  April 27 to May 5 is Girl Guide Cookie.  IweeH, rd(Liuppprt Jhem.   DANCING :   *,   ;  1 We watched the dancing that was being  filmed at the gym last Saturday and.  particularly enjoyed the professionalism  of Valerie Kettle and Karen Boothroyd. All  the dancers were, good and were capablly  accompanied by Ken Dalgleish on the  piano.  - --'    -     -. ���  Advertising-  helps ydujudge"  \ ��� *     ��      * ���  good from bad.  CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORY BOARD  w  The New Home Warranty  Program of British Columbia  anathe Yukon.  JTL  J Protection foryour  new home investment.  We have many little. "Canadiana"  trinkets for your guests to take back  home; small, attractive and practically  weightless. ��� Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  LorrieahcT McrGirard hadaterrific���  four-day stay in San Francisco where  they met their Seattle friends, Florence  and Bill Kyton, who helped Lorrie  celebrate her birthday. This weekend they  will be entertaining their family Rm and  Susan and children, also Dan who has just  completeed his second year at Capilano  College in Commercial Art.  WEIGHT LOSERS  Six Gibsons Chapter TOPS members  attended the ARD (Area Recognition Day)  held in Vancouver last Wednesday. It was  a most inspiring evening as they heard  from the many successful weight losers  and were most proud of their member  Debbie Ball, who was amongst them.  TIDES CHANGING  Doug and June Smith have leased their  Tides cafe and are off to 100 Mile House  where they have purchased an apartment  block which they are in the process of  renovating.  Nadine Smetburst and-Heather Cat-  tanach are attending a B.C. Ranger  Conference in Fort St. John on May 3,4,5.  ALL THAT JIVE  Eunice Baker and Ed Meldrum won the  -"Jive Contest'! at the Kinsmen GraftlttL  dance last Saturday; there was considerable   competition   and  we   do  congratulate them on their win!  AVIATION DISPLAY  Thanks to Sheila Kitson, who arranged  for the exhibit on the "History of  Avjation^everyone who saw it enjoyed it.  _It is a- travelling ProvfacTarexMbitTlfie-  pictures and models were very interesting. This display was held in the  Sunnycrest Mall on Saturday.  ENJOYED RENO  Carmen and Jerry Dixon, just returned  from a few days holiday in Reno say they  enjoyed "the break."  WITH. ANGUS  ~ We heard that John Smith was doing a  TV episode in Vancouver with none other  than Angie Dickinson (of Police Woman  fame), on his boat, the "Silver Gail."  The Mew Home Warranty  Program of British  Columbia and the Yukpn  was initiated by the Housing  and Urban Development  Association of Canada, B.C.  Council and was established  in April, 1976.  It's a nice warm feeling ....  The Warranty means  protection for you and your  " Investmentin a new home,���  five kinds of protection for  five years from the dateof  purchase.  ��� Your deposit (money you  paid in good faith to bind  the contract) to the  registered builder is  protected, up to $5,000.  ��� Registered builders  provide a one year  workmanship and  materials warranty, which  is guaranteed by the  Program.  ��� You are protected against  . structural defects in your  new home to the end of  the fifth year from date of  occupancy, up to  ��� $20,000.-   ��� In the event of a dispute  __JMtl_^__u_bujJdeTjhe  Program provides  impartial conciliation to  help you resolve your  differences.  ��� And, if you decide to sell  your new home during the  five year period, the  balance of the warranty is  transferable to the new  owner.  Today, there are over  10,000 new homes in B.C.  and the Yukon protected by  the New Home Warranty  Program. Look for this sign  when buying your new  home.  wflRRnnTy  These builders, aftime of publication, are registered with the" Program:  Seacoast Design & Construction Ltd.  Box U25, Sechelt    Halfmoon Bay Developments Ltd.  Box 769, Sechelt  Cheryl-Anne Park  Development Co. Ltd.      -   ��� -  Box 673, Sechelt  P & P Developments Ltd.  Box 487, Sechelt  D.T. Barry Construction Ltd.  R.R. #1, West Sechelt  Tempo Products &  -Construction   Box 584, Glbtont  _?��K  7Province of British Columbia.  lM-t.  >0 ������. i'(i> ��> fc-i '"������i  L>^'  OF  Lamb's Navy Rum.  When you mix it,  you don't lose it  Lamb's full distinctive  flavour comes smoothly  through your mixer.  In fact, Lamb's unique  quality has made it known  round the world for more  ,, than 100 years.  '< i|||uW's'^vii _-___CE���  is<itt_te^K!Pw��''<  NOTICE  ROYAL COMMISSION  INQUIRY INTO  URANIUM MINING  COMMUNITY MEETINGS  The following Commissioners were appointed in accordance with the British Columbia  Public Inquiries Act:        ,  Dr. David V. Bates, Chairman  Dr. James W. Murray  Mr. Valter Raudsepp  Within the Terms of Reference, the Commissioners are to inquire into the adequacy of  existing measures to provide protection in all aspects of uranium mining in British Columbia. In particular, ,they are to examine the adequacy of existing Federal and Provincial  requirements In British Columbia for:  (a) The protection of the health and safety of workers associated with exploration,  mining and milling of uranium, and  (b) The protection of the environment, and '  - (c) The protection of the Public.  On completion of the Inquiry, the Commissioners will make recommendations to the  Lieutenant-Governor In Council for setting and maintaining standards for workers and  public safety, and for protection of the environment in respect to exploration, mining and  milling of uranium ores.  A preliminary schedule of Community Meetings In June and July 1979 has been arranged  as follows:  KELOWNA  Tuesday, June 5  Wednesday, June 6.  CLEARWATER  Friday, June 8  KAMLOOPS  Monday, Juno 11  ROCK CREEK  Monday, June 18  GRAND FORKS  Wednesday, June 20  CASTLEQAR  Thursday, Juhe 21  WILLIAMS LAKE  Tuesday, June 26  VANDERHOOF  Wednesday, June 27  FORT NELSON  Tuesday, July 3  ATLIN  Wednesday, July 4  The purpose of the Community Meetings Is to give the Cpmmlasloners the opportunity of  understanding the local issues facing these communities that could be affected by uranium  mining in British Columbia, It will also permit local organizations or members of the public  an early opportunity to express their views regarding the Issues that are to be considered  by the Commission. Tho Commission plana on returning to these and other communities  where required, at a later date aftor more technical Information is available.  Public Interest groups who ore applying for "Participant Funding" may, If they wish, make  an opening statement at these Meetings, but they will not be expected to present their  main submissions until tho Fall Hearings. However, anyone who particularly wishes to  speak at the above Public Meetings In June or July, and who have not already done so,  are requested to advise tho Socrotary In advance.  During the course of tho Hearings, the Commissioners will make on-site Inspections of  uranium deposits and local environmental settings.  The locations, dates, and times of the Individual Public Hearings will be published In advance In the appropriate regional and local newspapers.  On behalf of the Commission  Brig. Gen. E. D.Danby (retired)  Executive Secretary  Royal Commission of Inquiry  Into Uranium Mining  3724 Wett Broadway   -'VenooweiV��^-VftR��aCt--.-.--'-"'  - ���- -.*.  .    .  Telephone; 224-2014 (collect) r  Secheltnoies  toed, fadi^ vvtt  H>,  By Peggie Connor, 885-9347,  l��'*>*  The^  the sea. Appropriate dress as sailors, and  their table decoration of .a lighthouse  complete with working light, won them  first prize.    .  The "Lettuce Lose" received honorable  mention (or. second prize if there had been  two prizes). "Timber Days" was. their  theme and the table decoration a logging  scene, with the ladies dressed! as loggers  with hard hats advertising Timber Days.  Theiij^jrfjh^ a song  by thegrduprcompos^WEth^Ji^; W  dieting.  The "Sunshine Slims'* with their  Raggedy Ann costtimms made the show  with their aerobic dancing and their  performance the talk of the convention.  However, they came second in the  costume awards which earned them an  honorable mention. They were beat put by  a sheik and his harem.  "The Body Shop" chose Nursery  Rhymes as their theme ahd dressed accordingly, with their part in the entertainment a delightful skit.  About 300 people, attended .and _ the  Sechelt  women  were' the  only  ones  -.providinguentertatriment. It speaJ-_L_well  , The recent convention, for the Western , Maid will become Ms. Timber Days'79 is  Weight..CtatroUers ft-British Columbia; through < team .support. The teams,  was held at the Coach House Inn in North'  representing various organizations will  Vancouver April 19, 20 and 21. Sechelt's   compete In a number of different scoring  four groups we/e welfcTepresenteji and   events. The Timber Maid representing the;  provided all <Mte;mtftai_uneht.   .        team that jgcutnulates thrmost points^  Leftovers'^tt-wrie pertained to   over all will have the honor of becoming  "   " '* '   "MB.Timber Days '79'\ .       .^_ v "  To root for your team in a helpful way  there is a 50-50 raffle going on with 50 per  cent of the, proceeds going for Timber  Days expenses and the other 50 for raffle  winners.      .'*���.*  Events start off with the introduction  dance, on May 12 at the Legion Hall.  Tickets for this event are all sold out, so  unless you can talk someone out of a  . ticket,_ycn_ _are _outj_i-luck.jrhat._week-  starting Monday, May 14 is badminton  ahd the rest of the week there will be other  for the enthusiasm of the local groups.  It was not all Just fun and frolic, though.  The convention had its serious side too.  Friday's speaker was Bob Mason,, a  pharmacist who e-cplained patent drugs in  reference to pills directed at those dieters  looking for a quick loss ��� a very informative session. *  Next day's speaker was a good follow-  up, Dr. Chris Davis, a physcbiatrist from  Simon Fraser University who spoke  strongly on people helping themselves by  putting mind over matter. He made an  excellent presentation leaving much food  for thought.  Say, there's a good slogan. "Put mind  over, matter and you won't get fatter."  Sorry, couldn't resist that.'  All in all it was an inspirational three  days and plans are under way for the next  convention in 1980 to be held on Vancouver.  Island.  UNWELCOME NEIGHBOR  Don and Audrey Penn, formerly, of  Lord Jim's Lodge in Secret Cove, have  moved to Big Maple Trailer Court in  Wilson Creek. A woodpecker resents their  intrusion into his territory and hammers  on the wall in the wee hours of the morning. They are not the only ones singled  out for his attention, either. Trailer occupants are forced to listen to his musical  tatoo as well. The friendliness of the other  inhabitants make up for his unwelcome  intrusion; "��� ������������ ���  RATEPAYERS AND ZONING  Explanation of rezoning and bylaws is  thought by some people to be strictly  regional procedure. But the procedure for  the'Village Council is basically the same.  While people may feel that their voice is  not heard at a public hearing, they are  wrong. Attention is paid even though a  group could crowd a meeting on a certain  issue and still not be the voice of the  majority.  SPECIAL EVENTS TIMBER DAYS  Excitement is, rising among the teams  entered in the Timber Days special events.  There were ten teams wanted and for a  while only eight had entered. Two more  were deciding last weekend. The way the  contest works, an even number is needed.  So far, the candidates for Timber Maid  and their teams are, RCMP team has Lee  Ann Nestman, Canadian Legion Branch  No. 140 has Bonnie Wigard, Halfmoon Bay  Recreation Commission ��� Els Mercer,  Royal Bank ��� Andre Bobart, St. Mary's  Hospital with Roberta Esau, B.C. Lions  has Mary Ann Darney, Chamber of  Commerce ��� Marie Hoffar and Bank of  Montreal with Carole Bystedt.  While this Timber Maid competition la  not a beauty contest, the candidates make  it look like one with their attractiveness  and personality. The only way a Timber  events to appear in next weekls column.  This is a fun event and the reward for  participating teams, beside Timber Maid,  ls the enjoyment derived from, the/competition.  KJNSMENS SOAP BOX DERBY  > The Kinsmensponsoring the Soap Box  Derby on Timber Days are interested in  competitors. If you plan on entering or  would like more information, phone Doug  Kammerle at 885*2700.  WORKING WOMEN MEET  April 25 a meeting was held to guage  the interest among local business women  in forming a branch of the^iiisiness and  Professional Women's Clubs.  , Jean Ferrie, a member of the Vancouver Club, felt there was enough interest  to warrant calling a meeting.  > Guest speaker for the evening was Mrs.  Bev Hoy, a ten-year member of the  Vancouver Club and vice-president of the  provincial BPWC. She is a practicing  lawyer in Vancouver and brought  greetings from provincial president  Gertrude Domaka of Kamloops;  The speaker outlined the different  aspects of the club in a very interesting  and comprehensive talk. The club's scope  of interest is national, provincial and it  has a close liaison with the United Nations.  They are affiliated with 43 countries and  particularly our sister country U.S.A. with  their yearly "Hands Across tbe Border  Ceremony" and International Friendship  Dinner.  They encourage and assist women in  upgrading their knowledge about bursaries, loans andn&diwatiOT for "personal"  development It's a very diplomatic group  in dealing with government or business.  There is a charter for this group on the  Sunshine vC6iStJ andirwit_f 20 Arsons  showing an indication they wish to.join,.,  this could easily Be reinstated. Our area is  fortunate in having several retired BPWC  members living here. Helen Talbot and  Adele deLange, both members of the -  ^Vancouver-Club,���were-present-at-the-  meeting and there are still others���Mary  Walker of the New Westminster Club, Lil  Fraser of the Nortt Shore Club, to mention  a few. Contact Jean Ferrie at 885-5017 for  information or to join as they feel they  have enough interested to form a club.  FRIENDSHIP TEA  The Auxiliaries to St. Mary's Hospital  held a very successfully Friendship Tea  April 19, hosted by the Gibsons Auxiliary.  The Times carried a good picture of the  two special guests, but unfortunately the  wrong caption was shown. The lady on the  left, if you still have your last paper, is  Mrs. Verna Temoln of Delta Auxiliary and  the Lower Mainland representative. The  one on the right is president of the BCHAA  Peggy MacPherson, who is a member  from Invemere and was the speaker for  the day, explaining what will be going on  at the Convention in May at the Vancouver  Hotel.  There were 100 Auxilians in attendance.  Wednesday, M__y 2,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageA-5  a iti  ine uowntown Airline'  SUMMER SCHEDULE  Effective May 6,1979  Daily Except Sundays.  DEPART SECHELT to VANCOUVER       7:45 am  9:45 am  11:45 'am  3:45. pm  6:45 pm  DEPART VANCOUVER to SECHELT  SUNDAYS  DEPART SECHELT to VANCOUVER  7:30 am  8:30 am~~-~~���-  10:30 am  12:30 pm  4:30 pm  7:30 pm [Friday only]  11:45 am  3:45 pm  ���6:45 -pm������   DEPART VANCOUVER to SECHELT  12:30 pm  4:30 pm  JEANNIES GIFTS & GEMS  Sunnycrest Centre,  Glbtont  886-2023  ���NEW SHIPMENT OF GOLD CHAINS  ���In  25% OFF  *Cryttal  *Rlngt  ���Watches  *Gerfiian Figurines  "WHAT WE DON'T have in numbers,  we makeup for in enthusiasm and  there's always room for one more  member.���The Sunshine Slimmers  Chapter of Western Weight Controllers prove it for Davis Bay  Elementary school students and  participants -at wiison greens  monthly-coffee party with a routine  that won first prize for entertainment  and second prize for costume^t the  Western Weight Controllers conference two weeks ago.  For further information phone: 885-2214  f  '*s  x&<  ���em'*��  w&  3*.  <*-<5  ��  t  &'  TRAVELLERS HOME  Taking a holiday from the Sechelt Inn,  Bill and Lena Griaenthwalte and daughter  Leane have returned from a tour of  California, where they saw Dr. and Mrs.  Henry Fourcade, Lena's sister Myrna.  Another sister, Julie Vierick and her  husband, and daughter from Blaine,  Joined them.  \  l  %. y,  The cost of dental care is a major concern in many  families... and Social Credit is moving to meet that  concern. In the recent budget your Social Credit  government announced its commitment to develop^  B.C.'s first provincially-operated Denticare program ��V  with legislation to be introduced during the next  session of the Legislature. The new comprehensive  Denticare program will provide an important measure  of protection for those British Columbians who are not  covered by an existing dental plan. It's one more way  Social Credit policies benefit individuals throughout B.C.  HiiRh Itiihtilm  I'fiiii'c Kiipim  r/'mr' ^  7;/i#!:i^|��l;  lorry Scn��ri.  tnri'hnnle.mcmhcf IWA.  Koiilriiii) ('(iiinIHiiomi )  Fnmi small businessmen to tmde union numbers,  Social Credit candidates aw people from all mdks oftife...  united in their belief that SmliI Cm/it is best forii.C  On May K), vote for the  government that puts  the individual first.  SOOAL CREDIT WORKS. FOR YOU. ~~-A  Pender Harbour happenings  Annual Spring Bazaar  by Doris Edwardson 883^23(^8;  New village cierk sought  PageA-6  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May 2,1979  A side trip was .slated for. a few  members of Sechelt council who were-  visiting the ministry of municipal aflfob* >  Monday in Victoria. .   s ���  Jennifer Burgis oi W & K Smith and  Associates, Victoria, told The  Times  Thursday  that  council  could  be  in-,  terviewing candidates for the village  , clerk's position' and that the consulting  firm  has   "some  people  under  consideration who could fill the job im-  P.H. Community Gub will be holding being made at school and the election of   Pfl|4 MaHaII hflSD  _WWl_t  their annual Spring Bazaar on Saturday, the, May Queen and her Attendants has.   ��� WI * ",w,w" ,,wr  1MMm  May 5 at 2 p.m. in the Community Hall, been held. May Queen for 1979 is Michelle  There will be dainty hand-made knitted Murray and her Attendants are Michelle  baby outfits, bargains in children's wear,' Fulton, Carrie Hillhouse, Shelly Brown,  novelties and gifts for Mothers Day and  the garden shop will. feature many  varieties of house plants and perennials  for the garden. There will be a fish pond  for the kidd^s, white elephant booth, and  the ever-popular home baking table.  Raffles will include a hand hooked rug,,  two dolls, and also grocery hampers.  Afternoon tea and coffee will be served.!  ONE RUMMAGE GROUP HONOURS.  ANOTHER _ |  Egmont, "Rummage Capital of the  World" showed appreciation on April 25 to  the "Bargain Barn" thrift shop in Madeira  Park and to the group which runs it,  Pender and District Clinic Auxiliary.  At a tea and plant sale in Egmont  Community Hall, the Clinic group was  treated to refreshments and a tour of  Egmonts rummage and craft outlet.  Goods atthe Bargain Barn," if not "sold  , after four weeks, are taken off the shelves  and usually sent to Egmont.  Clinic Auxiliary members and helpers  who went up to the Egmont tea from  Pender Harbour -included-Lou Farrells  Elspeth Logan, Irene Temple, Mary  -MiUiganr Julia Tteid and Maryann Dafoe.  Mrs. Logan won the door prize and Mrs.  Temple took home a raffled cake.  Many Egmont people also belong to the  Clinic Auxiliary and of these, Vi Berntzen,   Dolly Wallace, Marj Rankin, "Ose "Van  Arsdell, Edna Howitt and Iris Griffith  shared honours at the tea.  Barbara , Dillen and Jackie Laloge  convened the successful affair with many  others helping as usual.  Afterwards, the Pender Harbour group  toured Egmont's Rummage and Crafts  outlet. They greatly admired its spacious  quarters but were told the shop would soon '  be moving for the summer. Egmont Hall is  to be used by a CBC Television crew.  Madeira Park's Bargain Barn is open  on Thursdays and Saturdays from 1 p.m.  to 3:30 p.m.. Egmonts outlet is open  Wednesdays, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Co-operation between thrift shops in the  area extends to the Mini-Thrift at Mid-  dlepoint, the Pender Harbour Missionary  Ladies, and Sechelt Indian Band. As one  lady observed, "It may be squabbles that  get the headlines, but there are a lot of  quiet co-operation around."  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION  BRANCH 112,  Art Bishop, Jim Morris and Les Fowler  played to a packed house at the R.C.  Legion Branch 112 Saturday evening,  April 28. They sang many old favourites  and played lively polkas, waltzes etc.  The Legion Dart Club will be holding  their Ladies and Men's singles at 2 p.m.  Saturday, May, 5 at the Legion.  7���-The PortMoodjrDarteiub will be at the  Legion May 12 to challenge our local Dart  Club in the afternoon, everyone welcome.  On April 26 the Legion Dart Club held  their annual dinner in the Legion hall.  Trophy Awards for High Team of 60 points  went to Harold Clay ahd Sonny Scoular.  Perfect scores of 180 were dart players,  Burdett Thomas and John Hammond.  Joyce Clay received trophy for High  Ladies 171. Special thanks went to Charlie  Hauka, Shirley Anderson, Taylor's Store  and R.C. Legion Branch 112.  The popular meat draw will be held at  2.30 p.m. May S at the Legion.  CABLINGS CRUSADER CLUB  FISHING DERBY  Pender, Harbour was invaded by  Cartings sport Fishermen, from Vancouver, B.C. They came here for their  Annual PH Fishing Derby. Trophy's went  to Tony Riccl 1st, 61b 10 oz salmon; Tony  Divita 2nd, 61b 6 oz; Bob Keuls 3rd, 51b 2 oz.  K.S. Willis won the Hidden Weight prize  with a salmon 61b 4 oz.  Guest Winner of a Floater Jacket was  Dick Flatekvel.  Sixty people attended the Derby Dinner  at the R.C. Legion Br. 112 Hall where  presentations were made. Helen Robertson did the catering. Activities chairman,  Harold Tkatch of Cartings Breweries did  all the arrangements.  BANANAS FORGIVEN  The Redskins defeated our PH Top  Bananas on Saturday, April 28 at tho PH  Secondary School grounds. Actually they  can afford to be peeled once in a while as  they have been playing well all year,  playing against mainland teams���1st, 2nd  and 3rd divisions. The top Bananas are  really only a Bush League, they'have  never had the training of Lower Mainland  Teams, and although not perfect, they  havo talent,* lots of spirit and thoy put all  heart Into every game. Thoy havo placed  second in year round standings of soccer,  and in the last three years they have made  a super showing, There Is a Tournament  on the 12 and 13 of May and dance May 12  at PH Community Hall. Music by Artie  Madness, ono of Vancouver's 10 top bands.  Time - 0 p.m Tickets $10 por couple, fO  single.  Note ��� "Even though IGA lias bananas  for salo 3 for fl wo wouldn't sell ours for a  million",  MAY DAY  May Day plans and preparations ore  Lisa Higgins, Paula Metcalf, Sandra  Phillips ahd Debbie Donley.  Congratulations to all the girls on their  election. Present May Queen is Lee-Ann  Reid. The Flower Girls have also been  selected and they are: Dianne Lee, Sharon  Lee,Mona Gibson, Emily Hayden, Sandra  Crosby, Allison Crosby and Sonya Jeffries.  The May Day Committee and their  Director; Mrs. Maureen Lee, are hard at  work in the community so please give  them your support.  TED-BITS  Eleanor and Doug Orr, Francis  Peninsula, will be celebrating their 37th  wedding anniversary on May 8th.  Jo and Ray Kraft were in the harbour  last week.  Jill and Frank Postlewaite of Gibsons,  former Pender residents came here last  week to see all their friends in Madeira.  Fire Dept. was called but to a bush fire  on Warnock Road last Sunday.  The regular monthly meeting for April  was held at the home of Betty McCallum.  There were 12 members present.  President Doreen Dockar opened the  meeting. Reports were heard from the  various committees. It has been decided to  send a representative to the BCAHA annual convention to be held this year at the  Hotel Vancouver from May 30 to June 1.  Margaret Barton, convenor of the Port  Mellon Auxiliary Bridge Merry-go-round  announces the Bridge wind-up will be held  at the Sunshine Coast Golf and Country  ClubontheeveningofMayl5at8p.m. >  Our~ne_-trmeeting will be^heldattbe-  home of Bev McKie, Langdale, on May 9 at  1:30 p.m. New members will be most'  welcome, for further information call Mrs.  McKie at 886-2629 or any auxiliary  member.  mediately.". .  . If none of tbe short list are suitable for  the Job, either Burgis or Ken Smith will  take over temporarily May 7 from acting  clerk Ron Gibb who advised council April  18 he would not be available on a full-time'  basis after April 30.  Mayor Nelson said one person on the  short list of four would be interviewed.  Interviewing the candidate is only one part  of the business in Victoria, he said.  The trip was planned to discuss the  community plan "which they Cthe  ministry) are having some trouble accepting," and the cost-sharing bylaw for  the development of Teredo Street.  "The questions are coming from people  who were here only a short while ago,"  _Nelson_said ._   _     "It makes you wonder just how much  they write down or take in."  1     Shop Canadian    }  ALtMOON INN  S SERVICES  ���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 miles north of Sjechelt ��� Hiway 101,  885-5500  ���-__*-SH__1  Does Your Club or Group Report  Its Activities Regularly to The Times?  G09D1  ____**'  l.T-l-UHL.aOLUM.l  79   GREAT PACIFIC   HOT TUBS  ~AfrExpefiehcerliTPleBsure-and  Relaxation  TO SEE OR TRY FOR YOURSELF  Phone 885-2193 HELEN PHILLIPS  ^VASHERS-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 - _____  ���   --  ���     WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL  MADEIRA APPLIANCES  .���883-2648  0J)PIOI\.(E(ER  If you think your HI-FI sounds good; TAKE YOUR FAVORITE RECORD  OR CASSETTE TAPE AND HEAR IT ON OUR PIONEER.  Now Open Mondays-Saturday, 9:30 am-5:30 pm  SUNSHINE COAST T,Vv  STEREO & APPLIANCES  885-9816  THirttp OTSECHttT  AFTER THE SALE IT IS THE SERVICE THAT COUNTS  lit  ~Cowrfe$t.  Number of jobs created  JL  80 OUO  I  100,000   L_  120,000  ���L-  1.0 000  ,   ,1, ���.  \snrm  h <  Social Credit  (1975-1978)  *L   k%  iiV:  ^1  "A  C*M  Source: B.C. Ministry of JEconomiC Development, B.C. Economic Activity, 1979.  B.C.Ministry of Labour, Labour Research Bulletin, Feb., 1979.  Mining output.  Growth in mining output (annual percentage)  10  _JL.  in  _l_  _ft  JU  :io  :i5  JL  ��>  *.titi.<'*'!��i'.��1l'  ... jn'Uf^ 4.7(> , ..,  i.W'fyivt'iWHi  T9.  mm  Kf@triW.Kfi  Social Credit  (1075.197.8.  Source: B,C<Ministry of Economic Development,  B.C. Economic Activity, 1979.  income.  IncronHo In .oul Income* (per person)  A.'100 1.(100 ��l>00  ���i , : I l__  Who does a betteir job for British Columbians? Four  vital sighs of economic activity are displayed  here.   ���   You compare. The Socreds themselves  admit failure. In the Economic Development  Ministry's 1978 Review and Outlook, they concede  that unemployment will increase even further this  year.   ���   They have turned to massive tax and rate  increases to compensate for their economic errors.  ,   They raised the tax burden on your family  substantially.    ���   And they have doubled ferry  rates, upped hospital and ambulance chargest and  increased auto insurance rates.   ���   A promise of  better things is one thing. Delivering what you  promise is another. The NDP has proven that its  economic program works.   D   You judge.  Economic  leadership.  One more reason.  $i_oo  XK '  'lj  >   \) i  iMvtp^f UJfy up' )in^ )f<\ i'  sTi  <l\\]  KM.  W\^^l  !i|N v  to ah :w  ''S*4  wit  Social Credit  (1075-1078)  'I'lKurcn iiiljunlfil for Innmlun, l'lK��r<n�� In ID7H (liillnri,  Source: B.C, Ministry of Economic DovoJopmont,  B.C. Economic Activily, 1079, '        ,  MiniHtry of Finnnco, Bu(l��ct, April, 1979,    ��  ies.  betterpff  with the  NDP  Number of buHln��HH fivllurcH (annual micraw)  :ioo  ������1_.  Social Oredlt  (l��7��-1i)7H)  For moro Informutinn:  Source: StatlHticn Cunadu, cominorclul failure-,  Cat. No, (iI-002  _n*Mt Broodwny.Wismouirw VIT IM  -���&>' .J   "���{:  Wednesday, May 2,lflff 9  the Peninsula Times  -motorcyclis*T-paid-the-7prf<  ONCE AN $8.95 Realistic portable  radio, heat of Radio Shack fire last  week turned this iteni in store'into an  banging into a police car and then eluding  RCMP recently when he appeared before  Judge J.S.P. Johnson last week.  David Earl Farewell "is not the kind of  person who should be allowed on the  road," the Judge said, in Sechelt Provincial Court.  To keep him off the road, Judge  Johnson suspended his licence for one  year, fined him $250 and ordered him to  report to the probation officer as a condition of one year's probation.'  Farewell was charged with -failing to  stop and leave his name and address after  he, was involved in an accident on his  motorcycle with a police car April 19,  lying-land driving while~diBqua-ified.���movement of the liquor from one pi  'Roberge was involved in an accident Feb.    another.  For your sake  GERRY GRAY  PageA-7  11 about one hour and 20 minutes after her  licence had been temporarily suspended.  Her counsel, Robert Reid said though  Roberge surrendered her driver's licence,  she did not realize she:could not drive the  car to where she was staying.  Because Roberge is a student at  Douglas College, Judge Johnson fined her  $50 on each charge and increased the  licence suspension to six months. ,  Laurence Hall pleaded guilty to driving  while oyer .08 and was fined $800 and given  six months probation to attend the impaired drivers' course.  John Nickerson pleaded  guilty  to  "He did not break in or have anything  to do with it," Reid said.    ���  The Peninsula Times wishes to correct  a reference to Rodger Allan Cox as being  charged with theft from Mr. Mike's  Restaurant. He was charged with  , possession of stolen property in connection  with the restaurant incident*  for  SOCIAL CREDIT  a concerned citizen  flU���!"'-'  Farewall rode his bike up to the gravel       wmm  _wm n em__   _______  unrealistic work of modern sculpture.- pit near Sechelt in an attempt to avoid   ,wv_ng while impaired and was fined $500  police. AnJFtCMP officer Wed to block   ^ given six months probation to attend  Farewell's ~ei.it  froiff^e~T>it^lien^^ =^  "MORE'ABOUTT..    -----^===:  ���NOP fights  ���From Page A-l  the store watching the TV monitors and  unaware there was a fire, Beaudin said.  Then, "there was panic all of a sudden." One person-Radio Shack technician  Peter Harwood, looked for the extinguisher.  Before he reached it, another NDP  campaign worker Bob Young rushed into  the store and attempted to smother the  flames with a liigT  Harwood took over with the fire ex-  tinguisher while Beaudin ran across the  Farewell, in another attempt to get away,  struck the driver's door of the patrol car.  From there, on a chase through  Sechelt, Farewell failed to stop at the four-  way stop at Highway 101 and Wharf Ave.,  after which police lost track of him.  In another case, Sandra Kim Roberge,  18, of Port Coquitlam "acted very  foolishly," after police "gave "her , a  break," Judge Johnson said.  Roberge pleaded guilty to impaired  Rodger Allan Cox pleaded guilty to  driving while over .08 and was fined $500.  Jerry   Kenneth   MacFarlane,   19, -  received a conditional discharge with one.  year probation after he pleaded guilty to  possession of liquor of a value not exceeding $200.  Lawyer  Robert Reid  said  Mac-,  Farlane's only  involvement  with the  March 19 Gibsons Legion break-in was the  street, shouting at someone to call the fire  department, to find another.  Beaudin couldn't find  another  ex-  ;tinquisher, but on his return, he said .   another business merchant arrived with   ,  one. \ '  Afterwards, Harwood said he thought it  was the fire department which arrived  with the second extinguisher, but at the  time, "you act, you don't ask names."  This was the case with the "man with  the rug, (Young) he just disappeared,"  Harwood said, before he could tell him  how much he appreciated the help.  The -wastebasket, where the fire      ���  started, and the burning desk next" to it  were hauled out to the sidewalk where the  fire was extinguished.  Beaudin said he later asked Young  where he found the rug. "He just grabbed  it and didn't remember where," he said.  Radio Shack owner Chuck Stephens  said Saturday he assumes the fire started  when "somebody threw some lit material  into the wastebasket;" ~  The desk and its contents, including  $500   worth   of   stereo _ needles   were  destroyed. The flames leaped high enough  to melt one otthe radios hanging bflu.$u ,**��_..  string about six feet above. V  The Chargex machine, the bottonr-front  of the cash register and a calculator  adaptor were melted out of shape. The  telephone was later replaced.*  "Amazingly enough, it (the adaptor)  still works," Stephens said.  Despite "cleaning and cleaning", the  store still has an accumulation of soot, he  'bald. ������  "The fire department was great. They  put in a fan at the back door which sucked  all the smoke right out the back."  But the "display" was a costly one ���  $1,000 for aboout five minutes of flame.  Police news  A house was ransacked, but nothing  was stolen in a break-in at a residence on  Franklin Rd. April 27, Gibsons RCMP  reported last week.  Blasting caps were found in Hopkins  Landing, April 26. Anyone finding blasting  cape is asked to contact the Gibsons  detachment.  Two persons were apprehended in  connection with the theft of a Seiko watch  on one of the ferries, April 26.  The theft of mail from a box on Highway 101 was reported April 25.  An orange Chevy van was reported  stolen from Highway 101 in Roberts Creek,  April 25. It was recovered later at the  bottom of L6ek Rd.  Thirty-five feet of water pipe valued at  $350 was reported stolen from West Bay,  Gambier Island April 24.  A new gold watch valued at $200 and a  large quantity of cash was reported stolen  from a locked motor vehicle in the bay  area April 24.  Theft and wilful damage of several stop,  signs and corner posts in tho Chaster Rd.  area was reported April 23. Value is  estimated at $300-1400.  An orange and blue tent was stolen near  Port Mellon April 22*  Sechelt RCMP are asking for information leading to tho recovery of a 17-  foot K&C motorboat.  The boat was reported stolen from tho  Tyee wharf about the same time a stolen  motor vehicle was recovered at the wharf,  April 22.  The boat has a white hull, white canvas  top and three orange stripes on the bow.  The registration number is 13K642U. The  boat Is valued at approximately $7,000,  Including the Evinrude 135 hp. motor.  There aro no suspects in the April 22  break-In at Pentangfc.  Someone attempting to break Into  Warren McKlbbin'a Sechelt office via the  rear door about 7:60 a.m. April 21 was  scared away by someone still in the office.  " A rock was thrown through the frbrtt  door window of Nova Jewellers April 20  activating the alarm.  MB REPORTS: The first in a series of five.  was  "���as*.  WASTE-WATaiEBSi-INT: Use flat-  bottomed cooking utensils that fit range  element: make sure lids fit tightly.  Last year, MacMillan Bloedel made a  good 10% return w capital employed^-  $100.9 million profit. There was strong  demand for our products, and Canada's  devalued dollar helped. In the woods, the  mills, the offices, we kept a sharp eye on  costs, worked harder, improved productivity, made some tough decisions. It all  helped. We are a financially solid  company with our roots in a financially  sound province.  A 10% ( return may look pretty  good. In fact, however, it's  about average���what manufacturing firms in Canada have been  making recently. In the years from  75 to 77, MacMillan Bloedel averaged only 2.8%.  The financial community thinks our  return should be nearer 14%. Surveys indicate that the public thinks  we make around 18% profit, with  some suggesting as high as 30%.  10% on investment in 1978 works  out to be $100.9* million. $76.8  million of that has been ploughed  back into the business^���to buy new,  more productive equipment, to rebuild mills to improve their production, reduce pollution, hasten  reforestation, provide more .secure  jobs.  Healthy profit catches the eye of  the financial community. If we  need extra money for growth it  becomes easier to borrow at  reasonable interest. As you know,  youribankeriiis kiii-der  credit is good.  Our improved profit in 1978meant  that, if you were a shareholder you  received a bigger dividend for the  year. 24% of the profit was distributed among our 17,000  shareholders.  This kind of profit tells the world  that MacMillan Bloedel is financially healthy. It is no wonder that  outside companies have sought to  take over this independent British  Columbia enterprise.  SM V/A  A/V  This is MacMillan Bloedel's annual  report. It explains how business was last  year, It covers our operations, products  and markets, gives financial figures for  the past several years, discusses future  plans. If you would like a copy, just  write us at MB REPORTS, 1015 West  Georgia Street, Vancouver,  V6E 3R9.  MACMILLAN BLOEDEL ,--  ... -  ;  l'       '  *"'- '.    ��� '���'    ���       ' ��� ���  .     '   :  .������'..���' .      . ' " Y    \'       .      \  ���CATALOGUE CENTRE  ���APPLIANCES���Jenn Air, Caloric, Moffat, Frigidaire, Chambers, Thermador.  ���CRESTWOOD CABINETS .FREE PLAN ROOM ���HOME DESIGN AND PUN SERVICE.  MANY MORE FEATURES AND LOTS OF BENEFITS.  i  Watch this paper for more details.  Ocean Wholesale Ltd.  In the Sunrise Ridge Industrial Park, at the top of Field Road.  For more information call: ���   PAUL FLETT���General Manager, 885-2244   or from Vancouver 688-3314 (Toll Free)  - __.      I __.*! id"  On May 22  If you are a qualified voter but weren't  enumerated for Canada's May 22 federal  general election, yoti can still get on the  voters' list for your polling division.  You can ��� if you act promptly.  After the door-td-ddbr enumeration of  voters is completed, a preliminary list of  electors is printed, posted in a public  place, and, in urban areas, copies sent to  all households.  s If you are an eligible, qualified elector,  but were missed in enumeration, it's up to  you to get your name on the revised, final  list of voters.  You can do this by contacting the  Returning Officer of your electoral district  who will explain how you may get your  name on the list during tbe revision of the  preliminary voters' list. The revising  process makes additions, deletions and  corrections to the preliminary list compiled by the enumerators, and takes place  Wednesday to Friday, May 2 to May 4.  If you are absent during- both  enumeration and the revising period, you  can have your spouse or a blood relative  make- a sworn application to get your',  name on the revised list, but remember,,_  you must contact your Returning Officer  before the period of revision indicated ���  above.  It is important to get your name on the .  list. In urban areas, your name must be on  the voters' list to be eligible to vote.;  In a rural area, revision is done by the ;  enumerator in each polling division. .     \  If you live in a rural area, but your  name ls on neither the preliminary nor .  revised list of voters, you may still vote on  election day if you are qualified. At your,  polling station, you may take an oath that  you are entitled to vote and be vouched for  by another elector whose name is on the  official list of electors where youy name  normally should have appeared. But this  rule doesn't apply to voters in urban  polling divisions. .  " To be ah eligible elector in this election,  you must be at least 18 years old on or  before election day, a Canadian citizen,  and be a resident in your district or. riding  on the first day of enumeration.  Yourself to some  new rules make it easier  New voting rules will make it easier for  all qualified electors to cast ballots in the  31st federal election on May 22.   Changes in the rules covering proxy  voting and advance polling are among  those designed to make voting possible  and more practical-formany^qfjCanada's  estimated 14.9 million eligible electors in  this election.  "The ill, handicapped and aged, certain  students and workers away from home,  and voters unable to vote because of  temporary absence are among those who  will benefit," says Jean-Marie Hamel,  Canada's Chief Electoral Officer.  The changes were made in amendments to the Canada Elections Act and  were passed by Parliament in December,  1977.  Some of the important changes are:  1. At least one advance poll with "level  access" for the handicapped must be set  us in each urban area of an electoral  district. An elector entitled to vote at an  advance poll may, if the poll doesn't have  level assess, obtain a transfer certificate  from his or her Returning Officer and vote  at another poll that does offer level access.  ADVANCE POLL (RURAL)  May 12,14,15 from 12 noon until 8  p.m.  For Sechelt Peninsula at Benners  Furniture Store (formerly Sporting  Goods Dept.) Highway 101, Sechelt.  ��� .For Gibsons area at United Church  Hafl, fx)wer Gibsotis in thcfiay area.  Both Polls have level accefil-for  handicapped.  A notice of an advance poll must state if  level access is available and explain to  voters that transfer, certificates may be  obtained. .   _ __ _  2. Voting at advance polls ��� for those  unable to vote on election day ��� formerly  was possible on two days only. Under the  new provisions, advance polling will be  spread over three days ��� between noon  and 8 p.m. on Saturday, May 12, Monday,  May 14 and Tuesday, May 15. To vote at an  advance poll, you have only to sign your  name ��� not take an affidavit as in the  past.  3. In a general election, voters who are  unable to vote on election day or at the advance polls, may now vote In the office of  the Returning Officer. Such voting will be  done noon to 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on  any day beginning Monday, May 7 and  ending on May 18, excluding Sundays and  any advance polling day.   4. Proxy voting is extended to members  of air crews, forestry crews and  topographical survey crews, and to  trappers. Such electors,.along with  fishermen, mariners, prospectors, who  are ill or phyiscally disabled, and students  away from home during academic terms,  may now arrange to vote by proxy.  In proxy voting, an elector who cannot  casta ballot in person on election day or at  any other of specified times, may appoint  another elector to vote in his or her place.  If you wish to vote by proxy, then either  you or your proxy must apply in person to  the Returning Officer for a proxy cen  -,iti-loat��.*r-"^^,^^V��.A'-��;'vv..*--   -��� -  '    If you are applying for proxy voting  '��� because of illness or physical incapacity,  you must present a certificate from a  'I- the law.  *     Electors will no longer be required to ������  < show their occupation  on  election  :; documents.  \-~ Ordinary polls on election day will be  7 open 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., local time.   ' Previously, they opened at 8 a.m. and  on the preliminaryl-St ofvoters may now ^closed"af~7_p.m^~_rtteuidarf"time7~All~  more easily get on the revised list. This / references to time in the new law mean  can be done by contacting the Returning ! "local times."  Officer prior to May 4. .An elector whose right to vote is  6. Special provisions for temporary 7 challenged at a poll ��� because his ot her  workers away from home have been ex-} identity is questioned ���may now produce  tended  to  include  students  who  are    documents to prove identity. An oath is no  legally'qualified medical practitioner. If  you are a student, absent from your  polling division during an academic term,  you can apply to vote by proxy but must  have a statement from the registrar of  your college or school.  5. Aqualified elector whose name is not  gainfully employed between their  academic terms. In the past, such students  couldn't vote if they were away from their  ordinary places of residence. Now, they  can vote in the electoral district where  they are working if they have arrived in  the electoral district by May 1st and take  action to have their names-placed on the  voters list during the period of revision  May 2 to May 4.  Several other rule changes will apply to  this election as a result of amendments io  longer automatically required.  Employers and employees, under new  rules, may Jointly agree to waive the  provision giving employees four, consecutive hours time .off with pay to vote.  Another rule change brings hourly-paid  workers under the time-off-work  provisions.. .Still another broadens the  time-off provision to include all transportation comppies, Trot-just -railways  and their einployees, as was the case in  previous elections-  All Used Cars Carry A Two Year Warranty.  T978UUTCA55  SALON  5000;*niles,  warranty  '6350  197S  NEW YORKER  trailed  P  HE rENINSULA  Sections  Wednesday, May 2,1979  Pages 1-8  The proxy voting rules have been  broadened to included more electors in  Canada's 31?t federal election on May 22. 7  JPrpjy voting allows another qualified ��.  iiectbVto cast your ballot for you If you**",  , will be absent and unable to vote on or-^  dlnary polling day, or at an advance poll or'  in the office of the Returning Officer for  your district. .._   _  To vote by proxy, you must take steps  to appoint another elector, called a proxy  voter, to vote in, your place.  You will qualify for tills kind of voting if  you fall in any of these three categories:.  1. a fisherman, mariner, prospector,  NEW FROM FLECTO  NOW AVAILABLE from Gibson* Building SupplUt  ��� Deposits Chemicals  Into Cellular Walls  ��� Water Insoluble  ��� Restricts Shrinkage  & Expansion  ��� Won't Peel,  Crack, Blister  ��� Wtde Spectrum  Fungicide  Factory R*pr*i��ntatlv* Will B��  Pr��t��nt MAY 19 From 10 AMto  3 PM To Anaw*r Any Questions.  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M'si-XirniiiMil tl'fl f !������  688-6814  GIBSONS  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  , Sumhln* Coait Hwy, Glbtont  and or     OOO-0141  "FOR ALL YOUR BUILDING NEEDS"  trapper, member of an air crew, forestry  crew of topographical survey crew;  2. you have a medical doctor's certificate indicating you are ill or physically ,-  ;ci_s-.bled{ V;"5- - * =   .-   -'. * v-c-\w--"^i*r��  i 3. you are a full-time student, away  from home during an academic term, and  have a statement from the registrar of  your educational institution in Canada.  Proxy voting has been permitted in  previous general elections. But amendments to election, law recently have extended to air, forestry and topographical  survey crews, and to trappers, the proxy  voting privilege.  Both your name and that of your proxy  voter must be on the same voters' list.  Either you or your proxy voter must  present an official application for a proxy  certificate to the Returning Officer of your  district, as soon as possible after the  voters' list is posted ��� but not later than  Friday, May 18th. An application form is  available from the Returning Officer.  If you are applying to vote by proxy  because of illness or because you are  physically incapacitated, you must have a  certificate from a legally qualified  medical doctor on the doctor's letterhead  paper (containing the doctor's address  and phone number), stating that the  doctor personally has seen you.  An elector may act as proxy for one  other elector���but the names of both must  be on the same list of electors in the same  polling division. The proxy voter can cast  his own vote on election day as he casts the  proxy vote.  Those who expect to be absent from  home.on election day normally will vote If  possible at an advance poll or at the office  of the Returning Officer.  Advance polls are open 12 noon to 8  p.m. on Saturday, May 12, Monday, May  14, and Tuesday, May 15. Persons of advanced age, who are disabled or ill, or  have reason to believe they will be unable  to vote on election day are the main  categories that qualify for advanced  voting, provided their names are on the  voters' list.  If you will be unable to vote in an advance poll or on normal election day, you  may vote In the office of your district's  Returning Officer ��� from 12 noon to 6  p.m., and from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. ��� on any  day starting Monday, May 7 and ending  May 18, except Sundays and advance  polling days. >  The Almond Bark you asked for ls here  on display I So very goodl ��� Miss Bee's,  Sechelt.  55,000 miles  Air  $4750  .-/���VS  TRUCKS  < -_-'^/1^^4-^l_--i^-Jl.^.-^4^M^-^M^^,.  1976 DATSUN  LONG BOX P/U  &"f-  J'1"** - -_.. a^>��*it4-.i^i_^i..V;tf^-Sft"9U(*~rf*i-^'.  21,000. miles  4 speed  '3650  1976 FORD  ECONOLINE  VAN  6 standard  sun roof  Paint rough  '3650  1977  FRONTIER 18'  MOTOR HOME  Self contained,  19,000 miles  local owner  '13,500  PRICES EFFECTIVE MAY lst-MAY 7th ONLY.  Our "Hawaii" Contest came to a successful end on  April 30, thanks to the 97 people that participated.  Good Luck to all. The draw will be during Timber  Days, at our Float  r" '��� '���  ���%'������'%''^ifi' ���  I,  mf: fl|to^__  ___k*_r"___i_i  J             .   *"1*<������WS.  ____jg__n  ^_W  ImWHBsW  -J^KtilS^^^  li________H  ' ^'!____&!��; _  WtkY?,'':''' *'?#���/  "9  1  -'  ���  :     .".      S,'   ,         ���,       .          ,          .,.��.    ���            .,!....,..-..  THE ONLY CAR COMPANY WITH A 5 YEAR OPTIONAL SERVICE POLICY,  including towing and rent a car.  FREE ON ASPEN. VOLAReTcARAVEILE, DIPLOMAT. LE BARON AND  PICK UPS AND VANS UNTIL MAY 10TH, 1979.  I PHONE  885-3231  i"  PageB-2       The Peninsula Times  May 2,1979  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATJ=S  Phone 885-3231/  Help Wanted  Business Opportunities  For Rent  Mobile Homes  Cars and Trucks  For Sale  Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula Times  for Westpres Publications Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  7300 Cople* Distributed  Classified' Advertising Rates:    .  3-line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion $2.15  Three Insertions $4.30  _ Extra .Lines .(4 words) _..._.;.  Display Ad-Briefs  Deaths" "Card "of "Thanks," In  Memoriam, Marriage and  Engagement Notices ore $7.00  (up to 14 lines) and 60c per line  qfter that. Four words per line.  Birth Notices, Coming Events ���  take regular classified rates.  Ad-Briefs must be paid far In  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  to receive cash discount.  LOWER MAINLAND Community Newspaper has  immediate opening for senior  reporter with opportunity of  advancement for right applicant. Forward written  application, outlining  previous experience and  references to: Box 141, co-  BCYNA, 808, 207 West  Hastings St., Vancouver, B<C.  V6B1H7;    . .     4759-23  _-___ -$3,60 per column inch.  .  Box Numbers $1.00'extra  'Legal or Reader advertising  j>er agate line.  Subscription Rates:  By Mail:  ,0     Local Area     $7.00 yr.  -_?__-jQi_-sld��lociUAr___-_-_-.__$a-0ayf^  U.S.A $10.00 yr.  Ov��rs��a��.������^:-r.-;-.-?-$ Vl.OO-yr,-  Senior Citizens,  30c        Local Area ' $6.00  Single Copies 20c ea.  WANTED IMMEDIATELY, a  Qualified welder. Minimum  no. 2 ticket req'd. Apply at  Precision Machine Works,  4464 Franklin, Powell River,  ^m6687r^^^:=i-9840-26  NOW LOCAL Amway  distributor offers opportunity for good earnings.  You pick the hours, we assist. -  ���For appt, call Paul Morris,  9264)807. 3918-tf  EXCELLENT   business   opportunity:     become     a  Chimney Sweep. All equip't  needed plus training. Call Lee  Christian anytime. 8834171.  3554-tf  Announcements  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous;  Meeting, every Thurs., 8:30-  pm, Wilson Creek Community  Hall. 885-2896 or 885-3394. 4816-  tf  Coming Events  Personal  JSPAN^AMER-rShWl-All^  the latest in camera equip't  and accessories on display.  Very special sale prices. May,  3,4,5 at Fotofun Camera, 403  W. Hastings St., Vancouver  V6AlP5.Pg. 685-2517.  4926-23  Card of Thanks  THE FAMILY of the late Dr.  Vernon Paic Rasmussen  who passed away April 21,  1979 wish lo? thank their  friends & relatives for the kind  words of sympathy received  and the generous donations to  the Cancer Society.  Ireane McKenna & family  ATTENTION HUNTERS!  Booking now for Spring bear  hunts. Stone rams, goat,  caribou, moose, grizzly bears  and black bears. Liard Outfitters, Box 216, Ft. Nelson,  B.C. VOC1R0. Ph. 774-2110;   4941-23  H ENQUIRED  MEDIATELY, qualified  machinist. Apply at Precision  Machine Works.. JLt4,...4484_  Franklin, Powell River, 4JB5-  6667. . S        9841-26  RELIEF MEDICAL  . laboratory technologist  needed to cover hematology &  bacteriology in small  laboratory in Gibsons between  July 2, 1979 &. July 23, 1979.  Applications to George  -Jackson, -Metropolitan  Laboratory,   687   W.   8th  BAIT DISTRIBUTORS  wanted for prepackaged  Dew and Red worms. Bulk  sale, breeding stock. For info  write: Fori-f_MVonirFarm,.  -������-    11989-267 St., Whonnock, B.C.  &rM^V0MiS07(6O4r4623198;^491:F  23  FOR RENT:   Wilson Creek  Community   Hall.    Call  IMabel Dooley at 885-9804..  -     -     3691-tf  3 ROOMS to rent for woman.  Call 886-8365. 4775-23  TRAILER PAD, Irwin Motel  & Trailer Court. Close to  Sunnycrest Mall, 886-9615.  ;  4893-25  LANGDALE view,  1 bdrm  suite, part furnished,  no  pets: 886-7580. 4910-23  10x55'     MOBILE  reasonable cond, w:8x30*  sundeck. $6000 firm. 865-3398  after 6.  4909-23  home,    '69 GMC % ton 4x4 w-canopy.   OLDER STYLE chesterfield  needs new engine, best-   & chair, overstuffed. 885-  offer. 885-5064. . 4873-25   2684. .4870-23  ReaL��state_  OCEAN7VIEW!-  FULLY-EQWEPED-grocery _,  store & cafe incl. property &  building, plus stock. Excellent  returns, financial statement  available. Owners wanting to.  retire. Ph. 692-3324, Burns  Lake, B.C. 4912-23  B.C. OPPORTUNITY, 20 unit  motel, restaurant, fully  equipped. Revenue 1978 approx $-20,000: Exceptional buy  FREE LODGING to middle-  age or pensioner capable of  doing a little housekeeping. fit  looking after themselves.  Non-drinker, non-smoker  preferred.'Ref's. 885-3354.  4950-23  *��_,��.��-����-,,--..   ".��*"{   $485,000. Owner "financing  VancouverrV5ZlC7.���4887-23���available.-Mowhead-Realty  6-yr-old Gothic Arch beauty.  Sunny Selma Park. 3 lge.  bedrms, 100 x 125 treed lot, 5  rain, from SecfielfT $41)500.  ROSSGAMGLE  274-5017  United Realty  '.  736-3831  4782-24  WESTWOOD Casabello  executive home, 4 years,  ocean view, Selma Park. Low  maintenance. Appointments.  885-5038. 4722-23  CLE AN AS NEW 12x60 3 bdrm  Port Royal incl. fridge &  range.. Asking $11,800. Jack  Noble, 883-2701. H.B. Gordon  Agencies Ltd., 885-2013. 4952-  25  Boats and Engines  COMPLETE MARINE  ELECTRICAL WIRING  SERVICE  -NOW-AVAILABLE-THRU  MILLER MARINE  ���^EtEGTRONIGS   886-7918  3823-tfn  '64 FORD Fairlane V8 auto,  runs well. $200 obo. 886-9424.  4885-25  '64    BEAUMONT    Sports  Deluxe, 283, TAs all around,  good cond. $850 obo. 886-2626. ���  4898-23  6 cyl., clean,  cond. $325.885-  4906-25  '77 MACK logging truck &  - trailerv-Hiew--^Peerless  riggings. Excellent cond'n,  good-buy;- Also-Peerless-log  frailer. Ph. 832-8632, Salmon  Arm, B.C. 4929-23  USED 100 lb & 20 lb. propane  tanks. 885-3143. 4974-25  WANT TO BUY small light  dinghy, 6-8 ft. 885-5436. 4880-  23  OLD GROWTH cedar blocks  24" long, 100 pet clear of  defects, 90 pet edge grain no  sap wood, 95 pet over 6" wide.  $300, per cord delivered to  Chilliwack. Ph. 858-9471 for  info. '    4938-26  HEADWATER MARINA  LTD  Moorage and Marine Ways...  Down Narrows Road  883-2406 24 hours  3826-tfn'  Help Wanted  EXPERIENCED reporter  required by modern  southern Interior weekly  newspaper. Steady position  for competent person. Usual  ^benefits. Give full particulars  to:   Advertiser,  Box  142,        BCYCNA, 808,207 W.Hastings  4945-23 ��� St., Vancouver V6B 1H7.-4843--  25  Personal  DIVORCE! $100 Plus Filing  Fees ��� Obtain your uncontested divorce - fast - over  the telephone. Our forms and  fyping_services are lawyer  approved. Call Self-Counsel  Services toll free (112) 800-663-  3035. Chargex and Master-  charge accepted.        4325-tfn  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  NEED A Divorce? For free  information      and  firofessional, fast, inexpensive  awyer-deslgned services,  contact: Vancouver Divorce  Service, Suite 8, 1734 W.  Broadway, Vancouver, B.C.  V6J1Y1. Ph. 736-2684.   4851-27  MRS. JACEA. {Spiritual, tarot  card, palm reader. Past,  present, future, business,  love, marriage. If bad luck  experienced write problems  with full date of birth and send  with $10 to 2633 E. Hastings  St., Vancouver, B.C. V5K1Z5,  Ph. 255-3246. 4916-23  ORCHID FLORAL School,  spring day classes, May 15,  1979. Bonded & licensed. 988-  1536. Director Gertrude Todd.  For brochure write: 247  Tomahawk Ave., N. Vancouver, B.C. V7P1C4. 4922-23  r����.. ���_._._.. ._._...  R.R.A.P. ADVISOR  The Sunshine Coast Regional  District is seekinga person to  supervise the Residential  Renabilitation Assistance  Program on a contract basis  of $225 per completed application. The person must  nave experience in the  building trades and be able to  estimate, inspect and approve  varied projects to standards  set by CMHC. The advisor will  be required to do the field  work and process all forms  related to the program. Some  clerical assistance will be  provided.  -Written applications-will be-  received by the undersigned  to May 10,1979.  A.G. Pressley  Secretary-Treasurer  Box 800, Sechelt, B.C.  V0N3A0  4908-23  EXPERIENCED TV & Stereo  technician to work part-  time on commission. Contact  Miller Marine Electronics.  886-7918.     4811-tf  MANICURIST,   part-time.  Must be knowledgeable  abdut new techniques. Sechelt  Beauty Salon, 885-2818. 4777-23  OPERATOR for modern  photo-typesetting equipment. Must know advertising  layout and pasteup. Send  resume to: Box 139, c-o  BCYCNA, 808, 207 West  Hasting St., Vancouver, B.C.  V6B1H7. 4760-23  ._--.-.��--.-.--.--^--.^  I  HUMAN RESOURCES offices  requires half-time office  assistant to commence May  15, $431.50. Experience in  reception & general office  procedures. Accurate typing  at 40 wpm. Application forms  available at Human  Resources Office above OK  Tire Store or Canada Employment Office, Sechelt.  Applications accepted to May  8. 4907-23  .���������. ���- ..-..���-_���.l_���   ���.        .       ��� sis���������l.i ������_.-���-.  SOMEONE to care for elderly  - -lady-in her home.885-2069,--.  4949-25  HD MECHANIC required by  road consruction company-  Shop, field work on Caterpillar equip't, welding experience preferred. Reply to  Box 77, Avola, B.C. VOE 1C0.  4915-25  OFFICE.. MACHINE  technician, exper'd IBM  Selectric, other types. Salary  $13,000-$16,000, negotiable.  Reply to: Whitehorse  Business Machines, 4133-4th  Ave., Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A  1H8. (403) 6684788.       4927-23  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  3 lines for $2.15  Run your ad 3 times for the price of 2.  Print your ad In lh�� iquare.,  word.  He turn lo leave a tyanK >| ����� alter each  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  Three llnet l�� $2.1 S, Eacl uddlllonal line It 60c.  Tpke advantage of our ipeclal tavlnga.  ' Run your ad twice ��� the third time I* Mil.  * It you pay lor yr 'ir ad the Saturday belore publication you get a  discount ��� 2 tc for 1 Insertion ��� 60c lor 3.  Mall ut your ad, or drop It old  In Sechelt at the Penlntula Timet Office  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  Box 310 Sechelt, B.C.  V0N3A0  CLASSIFICATION  $2ib:  60'  60  60c  Nam*  Address  Postal Code  Tel No,  I  ��� ���MM-inssssniassnMlisssssnssiasSMMKWi'Hssss  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  ' (McBr.de) Ltd. Ph. 569-2660 or  569-2482. 4917-23  WHOLESALE, RETAIL '-.  established and growing Ice  business. Kamloops district.  Approximately 80 outlets, 17  ice making machines, 50  rental freezers, trucks, one  acre land with older house.  Excellent water supply.  $150,000. For further info: 672-  5842 eves. 4919-23  NO COMPETITION, this old  established boat moving  business cannot be duplicated  anywhere. The only one with  complete licensing for all of  "F.C. and most of Washington.-  Doing good volume and room  for much more,-ideal partnership. Call Dick Kline, 985-  9544, A.E. LePage Ltd. 4924-23  TIRE, MUFFLER and Brake  Shop, fully equipped, in  -North-CentraLBfo J5x55' 3  bay building on 4 lots. $150,000  takes all. Winter-summer  sports area. Call Burt, 847-  9428 days, 847-2838 eves, or  write Box 2648, Smithers, B.C.  V0J2N0:  4931-23-  EXCEPTIONALLY fine view  lot in West Sechelt.  On  sewer. Ph. 885-9796.    4724-tfn  FISHERMAN'S Special! Cozy  cottage on 2 lots. Steps from  sea. Box 310 S. Sechelt. 4780-23  PRIME LAND  FOR LEASE  - Approximately 280 feet of  Highway 101 Frontage for  Lease directly across from  ���Sunnycrest-- Shopping-  Center, Gibsons. Suitable  for Auto Salesi Mobile.  Home Sales, Recreational  Vehicles, Boat Sales or  what have you. Will lease  all or portion to suit your  requirements.  Contact Owner at  886-9962  "or 885-9850  [after 6 p.m.]  GARDEN BAY MARINE  __SERVICES LTD___  15'6"       Hourston  Sidewing  353 GM - used; 371  Nissan - used; Volvo  AQD 4Q-280 leg - new;  440   Chrylser-rebuilt  120 Mercruiser -  new.  BOAT MOVING  IMMEDIATE REPAIR SERVICE  ,7 DAYS A WEEK  Sinclair Bay Road   883-2722   WRECKING '73 KW NTA, 370  Cummins motor, 60,000 lb  rear ends on 22* Dayton  wheels comp w-susp; '66  Peterbilt cab, misc. other  truck parts. Ph. 456-7760. 4935-  23 ,  '67 CHEV van, long box, 6 cyl  std, propane tank, rack &  -furnace, insul, runs well. $950  cash. 885-9575. 4948-25  FISHER woodburning stoves,  ���for-sale-at~A;C:~Rentalsr  Hwy. 101 & Francis Peninsula  Rd. 883-2585. 3217-if  LADIES, Mens. Childrehs,  Maternity Clothing, 'New &  Nearly New'. Encore  Boutique, 2445 Marine Dr., W.  Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon-Sat,  10-5; 1414 Lonsdale, N. Van.,  980-8011. 4457-tf  3 BURNER RV propane stove.  New cond., $30.885-9819.   471&-23"  '75 TRIUMPH Spitfire, low  mileage. $3,00(1. 883-9484  eves. 4953-25  Campers and Trailers  CAMPER for import, furnace  & icebox. 885-9452.     4868-25  18' TRAVEL trailer. Skylark,  sleeps 6, toilet, fridge, stove.  883-2336.. 4875-25  -l-HUMUS-TOILET-(cottage-  , style) with vent, never been  used; Hoover washer-spin  dryer; oil heater, Quaker  model, with fans. 885-2601 or  885-9559. 4720-23  LUMBER: 2x4s - lO^ft; 2x6s -  20 ft; 3x8s - 60 ft; 2x10s - 45  ft. Ph. 522-3328. 3460-tf  TENT    TRAILER,  cond'n, $125.886-9208.  ood  4355-tfn  A PROGRESSIVE weekly  paper in beautiful Cran-  broofc, B.C. requires an exper'd all-round newspaper . ,  produdiori^pera)n-as dep't-^Rentals, or Purchase(calc.  RENT IBM  SELECTRIC TYPEWRITER  Student rate $35 month  For more info re: Service,  PENDER      HARBOUR,,,,  Duncan Bay. Charming, ,.-.  quiet seclusion, view lot near :>  sea & lake, paved road, city  amenities. FP $10,000, $1000  down, 9 pet., $100 per mo. Ivy  Potts, 883-2402. 4835-26  head. 489-3455, Kootenay  Advertiser,. Box 369, Cran-  brook,B.C.VlC4H9.    4930-23  REQUIRED for modern Ford  dealership, automotive  mechanic. Preferably with  late-model experience with  Ford products. Top wages1 and  fringe   benefits.   Area   is  3wraman's paradise. Apply:,  oskln's Garage, Box 400,  Smithers, B.C. V0J 2N0 or ph.  847-2241. 4939-23  SKI AREA requires Journeyman carpenter and lift  maintenance personnel.  Contact Village Lake Louise  Ltd., PO Box 5, Lake Louise,  Alberta T0L 1E0. (403) 522-  3555.             4940-23  Work Wanted  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES LTD.  Let us care for your tree  needs:  -Topping  -Falling  -Limbing  Insured work  "Our reputation  speaks for itself"  ph. 885-2109  3283-tf  CLAPP CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing. All  typos of Concrete work.  Breaking and hauling away oi  old concrete. Concrete  leakage problems. Seepage or  high pressure leaks.  Phono Wayne Clapp  for free estimates  T.W.) call:  BEEBY  Office Equipment  434-9144  4879-26  Wanted to Rent  COTTAGE, apt. or share  accom. before June 15,1979.  Pref. waterft. Sechelt-  Halfmoon, Will maintain.  Robt. Andrew, Peninsula  Times, 88W231 Wed. to Sun.  885-5216 res. 4793-23  WANT  COTTAGE  on  Sun-  shine Coast. 1st 3 weeks in  July. 926-8930 or 9264139. 4772-  23  2 BDRM waterfront cottage  wanted for Aug. 942-5381 or  write Geo. Van Zvylekom,  1461 Knappen St., Pt.  Coquitlam V3C2P7.     4792-25  INDEPENDENT working  woman requires small  cottage-house tor permanent  residence: Preferably near  waterfront. Contact Barbara  Thorburn c-o 2070 Duthie  Ave,, Burnaby V5A���2S2 or call  collect 299-9205.   ^     4860-23  WANT COTTAGE JW mo. In  Secret   Cove,   Egmont,  Pender, Thormanby Is. area.  Reply 681-8155 or Box 310 R.  4903-25  For Rent  spaces   in   West  1    doublewldo  4224-  CUTE LITTLE house for sale  on 1053 Franklin Rd by  owner. 886-7031.   >������.    4881-25  COZY 2 bdrm & storage rm,  w-w carpet. 886-7306. 4888-25  CABINS on 3 acres Tchesinkut  Lake, B.C. Lake frontage  can be leased. Locations 8  miles south of Burns Lake.  $58,000. Ph. 695-6537.     4914-23  GAMBIER ISLAND retreat.  8.03 wooded acres of  serenity, Just 35 min. from  Horseshoe Bay, B.C. Beautiful  5 bdrm home, 3 bathrms, 3  fireplaces, 4 sundecks, wetbar  etc. Priced under market  value at $140,000.. Call Tom  Constable at 8864316.   4923-23  68     MOUNTAIN     acres,  southern exposure, 7 acres  clear, new home, gravity  water, hydro available soon.  g 18,000. G. Rempel, Box 46,  rand Forks, B.C. V0H 1H0.  Ph. 447-6682. 4932-23  j __       i ��� ���  Mobile Homes  L & M Radiators, 1449  Charlotte Rd., N. Van. 980-  5334. Automotive fit Industrial  cooling specialists. Pick up &  delivery can be arranged. Call  now for fast, economical  service. 4024-tfn  '76 SANGSTER Dolphin, 22 ft:,  188 Mercruiser, galley pack,  head, trim tabs, radio etc.,  low hrs., like new. 883-9126.  4710-23  14' FIBREGLAS Boston  whaler-type with 9% HP  Viking & 7 HP Chrysler-out--  boards with tanks. All in  working cond. Package deal,  $1,000,883-9005. 4781-23  30   FT.   well -maintained  cruiser. Fully equipped &  ready to go. $12,000 or trade  for W.H.Y. 885-2853.     4785-23  25' BOAT, inboard, head VHF,  CB, record w-depth soun-  der,-many-extras.7Van.-324-~  9544,883-2322. 4832-25  8x45'. HD bolted construction  wooden float, styrofoam  flotation, commercial type,  $2500. 883-2709, 464-5451, eves  291-1642. 4822-25  20' O'DAY sailboat. 4 sails,  head, fixed keel, fibreglass  hull, 6 HP. 482-9109.    -9914-25  20' CABIN CRUISER. 35 HP  Volvo,  Volvo  Penta   leg,  toilet, sinkt trim trabs, an-  Livestock  np,  cruiser,   105  HP  chor,  depth sounder,  auto  bilge pump, $3250; 19* cabin  Chrysler,  4894-25  $1350 obo. 885-2497.  DAVIDSON Chugger 21'  diesel cruiser, 24 HP V2  Farymann diesel eng, comp.  w-2:l reduction gearbox,  galley, stand-up head, teak  interior, oak brightwork.  hand-laid HP moulded  fiberglass hull. $16,000. 885-  9006, or 885-2807 eves.   4899-25  16%'   GLASCRAFT   40   HP  Evinrude elec., slpr seats,  canvas, many extras. $1500  firm. 883-2548. 4886-23  20' REINELL softtop w-head,  loaded,   165   Mercruiser  T4EZ Loader trailer, top cond.  885-5101 aft. 6. 4901-25  HORSESHOEING.  Call Bob  Hopkins eves. 886-9470. 3300-  tfn  _-j   CHICKS - brown egg layers,  white Leghorns, white  Rocks. Order early-ship  anywhere. Napier Chick  Sales, 6743-216th St., Box 59,,  Milner, B.C. VOX 1T0. 534,  7222. 3462-tf  12x00' 4  quick  anytime.  BDRM.  sale.  Priced for  885-2600  3489-tf  TRAILER  Sechelt.  !l^��� ^ 40 singes. 885-2079.  after 7 p.m  1970,12x60 MOBILE home.  Very good condition. $8,500.  4774  885-5030.  74-23  tfn  Box 1341 .Sechelt  4437-tfn  WINDOW CLEANING  Hourly or Contract '  free estimates  885-5735 mornings  3.27-tf  THUNDER PAINTING  Interior & Exterior  professional work at  reasonable rates  Free Estimates  5 years on the coast  885-3301 & 880-7610  3861-tf  1 -r-nf 1.  n   -)ir~   - mr-'mi ������ ..,iLa._i... i   ,-   .r u ...  SMALL APPLrANCI.  REPAIR  ' through  .MILLER MARINE  ELECTRONICS  mm\n  862SH.n  WILL BABYSIT in my home,  weekdays only. 886-8205.  4876-25  Renting  Ono bodroom  > apartment*  Balconies  Colored Appliances  View  1 Wall to wall carpot  ' Drppos  Intercom  ' Controlled Entrance  ' Cablevision  Rent from $190.00  Call DOUG FERRIS  885-2283  MAn-K"���RESC^NT 'Apart-*  menu. 1, 2 4* 3 bdrm apU.  Reas.   rent.   Incl.   heat,  cablevlslon, stove, fridge. 886-  7836 or apply Apt. No. 103-A. ,  4121-tfn  '74   12 x 68   SAFEWAY,   3  bdrm., all appl. good cond.  Asking $11,800.8^5-5444.  4715-  23  ���70 12x68 Berkshire, 3 bdrm,  carpet,  drapes,  all  ap-  EUancea Incl. washer & dryer.  ������_AeJS_,ndwk' ^W'-  888-2706. - S91S-tf  swswh-.i-11-s..ssii.���,.i.i-_���,i.��M_i-si ���mummmim*imm���mimwmmmrm*���_.  PENSIONER wants to buy 2  bdrm mobile home about 50'���  to move off pad. In good cond.,  oil furnace, light panels, CSA  approved it good price. 886-  7432 after 6. 4810-25  '70 24x60 4 bdrm, lto baths,  comp. furnace, 2 porches.  Replacement value $42,000,  asking $38,000 firm. 860-9680.  4820-25  MOBILE HOME furn'd  1  14'   RUNABOUT,   canvas  decking, very good cond., c-  w control? fir 28 HP Evinrude,  $600 firm. 885-9901 weekends.  4902-25  Cars and Trucks  73 CHARGER SE, auto, 4(KM  bbl,   mags,   new  brakes,  engine   overhaul,   radials-  37,800 ml. $3995 firm. 8854588.  4842-25  ���77  PACER  DL,  1  owner,  approx 26,000 ml., gd. cond.  Hurry make me an offer. 885-  2022.  4800-25  wWhTRrin-_Mg-!li_tp^  oxcluiive adult nark. Coty.   w*rwuv'  well kept, w-w carpet, elec  .Ha  *   *  NEW FORD pickup box. $600  obo. 886-9192. 4804-25  ��76  GMC Sierra  Classic,  stepslde. custom paint, new  mags, BFG TAs. 454, show  cond. 885-2074 aft. 6.     4009-22  '71 MG Midget In excel, cond.,  low mileage. $2700.8834167.  4857-25    i .,  '69 GMC 4x4, 2 spare tires, 2  spare      tanks,      good  mechanical cond. $1760 obo.  heat. Has to be seen to be  opprelcated. $6460 obo, 885-  m or 88WHJ38. 4882-25  '65 CHEV Wt Carryall. $160  Obo. 885-3782. 4866-28  Uie tlm�� AdbrMf I  '748%' Cannonball Camper, 3-  way fridge, 3-brnr stove w-  oven, furnace, sink, dinette,  sips 4,' hyd. jacks, as new,  $2700. Bob 8854211 or 885-2503.  48964!  Motorcycles  HI-PERFORMANCE  Yamaha RD400, like new 78.  -885-3910.- 4784-23  '76 YAMAHA 125 Enduro, low  mileage, good cond. 885-3688  after 6. 4794-25  '77 YAMAHA XT 500 Etidxirk"  only 5000 km. 885-2614. 4878-  25  '77 HONDA 554, new tires,  immac. shape, $1650 obo.  885-5304 after 5.~.^4905-25^  Machinery  CLARK 667 Skidder, '72  model, new Cummins  engine with warranty 24.5x32  tires w-spare. Excel, cond'n.  Ph. 487-9377 after 6 pm or 932-  3056. Located Powell River.  4920-23  HARBOURSIDE  DEVELOPMENTS  LTD.  presents:  FOR SALE ��� the" old Pool  Hall on 103 ft. waterfront  in Lower Gibsons. This  prime location property  has tremendous potential  for future development.  ^-Close.to site of marina and_  existing harbour. Priced at  $80,000 for early sale.  4. vjiPhpne 886-2207  9 am-5 pm  PALE GREEN carpets, $125,  14x11' & 7x11', good cond.  885-2986.-  4836-24  NEW FROM Canada's largest  woodstove company - The  Fisher  Firelplace  Insert.  J&C Electronics.       4790-23  OLDER  FRIGIDAIRE,   50"  tall, working cond. small  icebox, $50.8834958.     4812-25  MACLEODS  Spring & Summer  CATALOGUES  Now Available  Pick One Up  4859-tf  HORSESHOEING,    exper'd.  Farrier, Warren. Drader  available, 886-2977.      4864-30  Lost  FROM HILLCREST neai  Crucll, "Bo" neutered tabb>  Persian cat, 3 yrs old, hat  belled collar & name tag. 886  9106. 4897-24  ONE  RIGHT Kodlak wort  boot, size 11, vicinity Pratt  fie Grandview. 886-9268 after 6.  4943-2J  3   REGISTERED   quarter  horse marcs, well broke,  Sood blood lines. 3 fabulous  how fllllesl 3 classy stud  colts. Free delivery In B.C.  Ph. 695W722 (Burns Lake)  anytime. 4928-23  Found  FOUND on Redrooffs Rd, 1 pr  glasses In black case, call at  Pen Times, 88M231.    4883-23  Wanted to Buy  till ���SMI���- ���������IHSM. .���^-������- MS. ���sill��� s_-.nms.HW-. iw.-silll.il ��� !*���. �����<  IjOGS OR TIMBER wanted,  fir,   hemlock, or  cedar.  Porpoise Bay I-ogglng Ltd.  885-9408 or 685-2032.       4485-tf  WANTED - Auto Bodies. Top  prices for all types of scrap  steel, tin, cast, car bodies,  copper, brass, batteries, etc.  Call Peter or Pearl, 252-7787,  Navajo Metals, Calgary, Alta.  4687-23  WANTED;    Waterfront  or Secret Cove. Older howw,  protective moorage w-whart.  E. Anderson, 16466-10 Ave.,  White Rock, B.C. 630-7384.  4837-26  GE     PORTABLE     auto,  washer, $70 obo;  garbage  burner, $15 obo. 885-3171. 4816-  25  8x45' HD bolted construction  wooden float, styrofoam  flotation, commercial type,  $2500. 883-2709, 404-5451, eves  291-1642. 4823-25  ASHLEY automatic Wood-  stove, good cond. $125. 885-  2642.     4803-25  OLDER  GE   range,   good  condition, $75. Ph. Jerry,  885-9834. 4776-23  1 CB JOHNSON Messenger 6  channel, hand held, $165: 1  CB Pace mobile, 23 channel, 2  weather channels, $150. 886-  9757. 4872-25  PLANT SALE May 5, at 1306  Cowrie   St.   Perennials,  shrubs,   houseplants,   bulbs.  Hours 10 am-3 pm.       4877-23  COUCH fit LOVESEAT. $800;  queen-sb.cd bed, $300. 880-  7998 aft. 6. 4889-23  4-6" WIDE 15'! white spokes,  fit Jeep 4x4, Toyota, Bronco,  $100,886-2641. 4890-tf  PANASONIC  CB   radio,   23  channel, originally $289,,  now $100 Incl. 8' fibreglass  whip antenna. 886-2641. 4891-tf  8-TRACK stereo tapo deck,  good cond. $50.886-2641.  4892-tf  24" PROPANE atovo, 4  burner & oven, good cond.,  $145: Renault 10 for parts,  11100, eng, has 32,000 ml. 880-  0238. 4900-25  1 PR LEATHER cork boots,  slzo 11. brand now, never  worn (Kaufman); 1 pair  -rubber cork boots, site 10,  brand now, never worn. 885-  6749. 4904-23  More Classified Page IH  4  --��-     - I. _. <p&.  -^is^^^ii^SMtSk  Hie Peninsula Times  PageB-3  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  Highway 101, at Francis Peninsula Rd.  883-2794  HASLAM CREEK WATERFRONT -r  A unique and Incredibly beautiful property  of 15 acres and approx 750' of beach. Included Is a 4 acre oyster lease, small cabin  and year 'round creek. An Investment to  ^uit--elthTr~Vnnndlvla,oat~o.���a group"at'  $165,000 with terms.  "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 to the water and just a short walk to  the Government Wharf ��� Can be yours for  $15,000. \  MADEIRA PARK ���  High on a hill overlooking the harbour, Gulf  and islands is a large (100' x 164') lot  waltingfor your inspection. The sweeping  view is unmatched and what an Investment! $12,500 for quick sale.  McNAUGHTON 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  "flr#plac��:~A'tltttft'spnjclngup wlirmaKelhls"  retreat worth much more than the $70,000  ^asktrijfprice:       *~~  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.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ���  "PENDEROSA" at Garden Bay, Drive-in,  take-out, groceries, 2 bedroom living  quarters with close water view. Here's a  growing business and good home in the  most sought offer spot on the B.C. coast.  Like to live here wouldn't you? Call Mike  Rosse at 883-9378.  JoHnTBreeh - 883-9978 Mike Rosse 883-9378 Jock Hermon 883-2745  BOX 100    7;  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  "   9Bikii��:'hM  TOLL FREE FROM  VANCOUVER:  ,77:^89^76237^7'.  Member of Multiple Listing Service  HOMES  FRANCIS, PENINSULA ��� 1596 sq ft 5 BR  home    with    3    bathrooms,    partially  '^rn1^ed7��~rbofn,~h6f "water 1i��dtTng, "5  appliances. Built 1976. 84,000.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� lovely 3 BR  -cedarWiome^th^s^lewp2t00_^qir-ft^=--=  on main floor, partial basement with rec  room & workshop. $105,000,  GULFVIEW   ROAD  ���  Madeira  _^ Park.  ~fanitas.ic"v]ew"frdm rtflFnevSrHome':^3'  new appliances, fireplace. $87,000.  SINCLAIR BAY ROAD��� 3 BR view home,  1656 sq. ft., built J 97A_0bJ��.-carport,  storage room, heated 34 x20 swimming  pool. Large lot, level & fenced, with  farg#-garderrorear-$ 130,000;   _. J  _ffe  FLORON  AGENCIES LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance  Box 238,1589 Marine Drive, Gibsons  886-2248  PORT MELLON ��� Cozy 3 bdrm home  on-Dunham Road; FP in living "room;  attached carport, nice size lot ��� 70' x  173'. Asking $37,500.00  SELMA PARK ��� Luxurious custom built home has three bdrms, also  completely_i|t^sJied_JwjLe_ment._J!!athedral entrance is _brighten_ed_by_  mirror wall; deluxe carpeting throughout and many extra features, i.e.  builtin oven, dishwasher, etc. Exterior is finished with vinyl siding;  property is landscaped and has a view to Trail Islands. Just a 1/4 mile to  school and located in choice residential area. Don!tHfail to,see this fine  home.'Asking $67,009.00 .,��.,-!-a-' -.!^ 3,7.7-,,,-,.,.. /,,,���   -���  ,,  *    '��'...         ���-      . ������ ��� i .<���,      - ���   . *_  RQBERTS CREEK ��� Hanbury Road. 20 acres, all year creek, power, young  orchard, good gardening��� beautifully treed plus very well-built contemporary home dver 1040 sq. ft., has to be seen. This property offers  complete seclusion and privacy. By appointment only. Call John Black for  details; -~  LANGDALE ��� Many oustanding features in this contemporary styled 3  bdrm home. Spacious master7 bdrm with sauna, wired and lined;  cathedral ceiling in LR, finished iri 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 adjoins kitchen. 2 FP with heatilators, double glazing on main floor.  $85,000. Call George Cooper.  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 is conveniently designed with large living room with rec room, utility,  workshop and spare room. $62,000,  ROBERTS CREEK ��� New subdivision, 2 bdrm house oh large lot; lowei  floor has utility room, storage and extra lavatory. Some view of Georgla^-^  Strait from upper floor; priced to sell at $39,500.  VETERANS ROAD ~ Comfortable 3 bdrrn home, 2 baths, master bdrm  ensuite, lovely post and beam with stone FP In living room. Main rooms  are arranged In attractive open style; extra room In basement, a/o heat.  Situated on large lot with good garden area. Must be seen.  GIBSONS��� Lower Village, fantastic view from LR, 2 bdrms on main floor  with den or extra bdrm In basement. FP In living room and very good  convenient kitchen, on sewer. Priced to sell at $46,900.  LANGDALE ��� 2 bdrm'home with finished basement; large living room  with F.P.��� has unobstructed view of North Shore and Howe Sound.  Comfortable family home with plenty of space for work room or hobbles,  etc. Priced at $57,500.  GARDEN BAY ��� 3 BR sfjlit level home,  built 1977. 6 appliances, 2 sundecks,  carport. Excellent view. Landscaped  seml-waterfront-JeaseJo_,-$35,QQQ.   FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� Near new 3  bdrm split level. Fireplace, sundeck &  'carport-. $60,000.  AAADEIRA PARK ��� interesting 4 BR view  home, architect- designed. 5 major'  appliances. $77,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 12 x 44'  Glendale mobile home with 430 sq ft  addition. On 2/3�� acre lot. $28,500.'  LOTS  LOWER GIBSONS ���  3  lots,  corner  School  Road  and   Hiway   101,  tremendous potential, high traffic area. $175,000,  GRANTHAMS ��� three |ots on Reed Road. Good Investment property,  potential view. Asking $6,750 each,  WHARF ROAD ��� Langdale, good retirement area; lot 65 x 193'. Try your  offor.  ROSAMUND ROAD  each.  Three lots cleared, repdy to build. Only $10,500  GIBSONS ��� Level, cleared lot In Gibsons Village on sewer and water,  62 x 182', obtainable with small down payment of $3,500. Inquire for  further details.  Glassford Rd., nice building lot, on sewer; good residential area.  $13,000.  Flrcrest Rd., new subdivision, lot size 61' x 131'. Priced at only $9,700.00  ACREAGE ��� 6.9 acres on level tot; beautiful property with year-round  creek and well treed with alder fir ond maple; highway access at Wilson  Creek. Would make fantastic private estate or other development. Call  John Black for detail* ~ 886-7316  Evenings Call: John Black, 886-7316;  Ron McSavaney, 885-3339;  George Cooper, 886-9344  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.  NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 BR home,  fireplace, sundeck, 3/4 acre lot on Hwy  101. $37,500.  fT*'   .'  GARDEN BAY��� 4 BR home on 2 levels.  Electric heat. Landscaped, close to stores  & marinas. $54,000.  ^^^fe^  LILLIES (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.  ifiiin %    .....  GARDEN'BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR vjew  home, thermopane windows, fireplace,  w/w , 3 bathrooms. Easy walk to stores.  PO & marinas. $67,500.  BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� 2 BR view home,  built 1971. Fireplace, double garage,  garden area. $42,500.  LOTS AND ACREAGE  Jw/  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  LOTS  I.MADEIRA PARK ��� serviced lots.  $7,000-$22.000.  2. FRANCIS PENINSULA��� serviced lots.  $9,00O-$24,b00.  ~3rSANDY"HOOK"^=~��lew-lot-T.n-Por--  poise Drive. $10,500.  4. WARNOCK ROAD ��� excellent lot,  landscaped, septic tank & foundation for  12x60' mobile home. $16,000.  5. BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� 1.5 acres,  treed, serviced. $25,000.  6. MOBILE HOME LOTS ��� seven lots,  serviced with hydro & water, on  Cochrane Road, Francis Peninsula.  $11,000-$! 2,750.  7. GARDEN BAY AREA  Garden   Bay   estates  $13,500-$21,250.  view lots, on  Sinclair   Rd.  LOTS  8. FRANCIS    PENINSULA   ���   8    nice  building lots at corner of Cochrane and  Cameron Roads. $11,000-$ 13,000.  9. PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES ��� Sinclair  Bay Road. Serviced lots, most with view,  three with lakefront. Priced from  $10,000 to $37,500.  10. RUBY LAKE ��� semi waterfront lot,  with road access & hydro. $9,000.  IRVINES LANDING ��� At last, a  waterfront lot with all,the features you  have been looking for 108 ft low bank-  sheltered waterfront, westerly exposure, good view, nearly level and  nicely treed. $55,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 132 ft W/F in  Pender Harbour. 1.8 acres, deep  moorage. $50,000.  SECRET COVE ��� Lpt A on Wescan Rd.  Steep, but has good building site &  sheltered moorage. On sewer system.  $35,000.  ACREAGE  INVESTMENT PROPERTY  Partially   developed   subdivision   with  potential of 59 lots on Francis Peninsula,  Pender Harbour. $150,000.  1. MIDDLE POINT ��� 2.9 treed acres on  Hwy 101 wl|h 949;�� sq ft 2 BR home with  carport. Drilled well. $39,500.  2. RUBY LAKE ��� 5+ treed acres, close  to public lake accoli. $19,000.  ,  3. FRANCIS PENINSULA ���3.4�� acres &  4��. acres, seml-waterfroht. Overlooking  Malaspina Strait & just a few feet to the  waterfront. Hydro, water & paved road.  $40,000 each.  4, Near Ruby Lake ���8.39 acres on Hwy  101. $25,000.  5, Near Madeira Park ���' 15 acres,  2150 �� ft on Hwy 101..$44,000.  6. Francis Peninsula ��� 1.8�� acres,  corner of Warnock and Francis Peninsula'  Roads. $17,500.  7. WARNOCK ROAD ���'level lot, almost  one aero. Good soil, selectively cleared.  $24,000.  B. FRANCIS  PENINSULA ��� 2+.   acros  with panoramic view of Pender Harbour.  12'x20'   cabin,   concrete  driveway,  $32,000.  9. EGMONT ��� 11 �� treed acres with  year round creek. Road access. $49,500.  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.  GERRANS BAY ��� 75�� ft waterfront  with deep, sheltered moorage. A good  buy at $35,000.    .  ACREAGE  EARL COVE ��� 5.57 acres, 450�� ft  sheltered waTerfront adjoining ferry  terminal. Excellent site for possible  motel, hotel, camper-trailer park,  $135,000.  EGMONT ��� 2.27 acres with 387��.ft low  bank waterfront. Good driveway to  waterfront- Launching ramp, site has  been prepared for possible use as W/F  trailer-camper park & fishing resort. An  excellent property. Full price $95,000,  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.  EGMONT ��� 7 acres with 540 ft low  bank waterfront.' Site has been  prepared for possible use as a large  WF trailer-camper park 8. fishing,  resort. This Is an excellent property  ad|olning the Egmont Marina,  $180,000 ��� Owner will finance at  bank Interest rate.  fCOMI.  ST. VINCENT BAY ��� 365�� ft waterfront,  6.71 acres, water access. $29,500.  WEST LAKE, NELSON ISLAND ��� 100��  acres, 4140�� ft. choice lakefront,  1800_b ft. oceanfront on Vanguard Bay.  2 log cottages with fireplaces, 1 post ft  beam cottage. Access by boat or float  plana. An excellent buy for $140,000.  COMMERCIAL PROPER  TVf  'MADEIRA PARK ��� get yourself out of  the house and Into this easy-to-run  clothing business with oood potential.  $22,000. plus stock.  Also available with above ��� l,000d_ sq.  ft, commercial building with room for  expansion, $53,000,  TROUT FARM ��� PENDER HARBOUR. Ready  to go ��� raceways installed to handle  160,000 trout. 95�� acros land.  Provincial commercial trout farm  licence. Water licence, Located on Hwy  101, across from Pender Harbour  Secondary School, $266,000,  A  �����*���  WATERFRONT HOMES  i  iMj II^^lk til  MADEIRA PARK ��� vacant slore bldg,  adjoining living quarters. One acre with  104' frontage on Madeira Park Rd,  Zonod R3. $52,000.  ,?  +'l->e*-_W?\m\  GARDEN BAY MARINA��� 700+. lineal  feet floats., Living quarters, laundry,  showors. On leased land, $85,000,  I  ISLAND  3  WVK  <���+;.��� \   ���  Vi. '. ,,isi!)&  ��kfe' ' '  HOSPITAL BAY ��� 3 BR home with 1/2  basement on'50* ft low bank waterfront, Southerly exposure. Float,  $93,000.  GARDEN BAY ��� spacious 3 BR home on  1.16 acres on Claydon Road. On 93 �� ft  waterfront with float and ,boathouse,  l$l 49,000  OUNBOAT BAY ��� 9�� OCret With 3 BR  home, 3 cottages, float, On 132_t ft  waterfront. Near Madeira Park.  $125,000.  JUNCTION ISLAND -ST. VINCENT BAY ��� .  10.75+.    acres,    treed,    sheltered  moorage, several coves, oysters. 19 mln,  ride by last boat from Earls Cove or  Egmont. $120,000,  ���twW'iiii^��iinrnsWiiiMS-w<^^ n  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  0LLI or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233 Page B-4 Peninsula Times  xSliay 2,1919  For Sale  12.& CU. FT, propane triage,  mi  fully reconditioned 1 yr ago,  $350f_rm.886-8268aft.6. 4942-  23  2 STANDARD  typewriters,  Royal & Smith-Corona, $75  ea1.   1  portable   "Hermes  Baby", $25.885-9765.    4947-25  CHAIN LINK fencing, heavy  _  i-idustriaL.-grade:_ 6'xl28f,_  $160; 5'xl23\ $123; portable  pet cage, $30.885-9225. 4951-23  '777 WAYNE   parking  lot  sweeper, good cond. Ph. 428-  2520 eves pr write PO Box 644;  Creston, 6.C.V0B1GO. 4913-23  74 PREMIER 3 Mrm;moWle^  home in Haney, 12x68' includes washer, dryer, fridge,  stove. Excel, -cond'n. $9500.  Must be moved. Ph. 467-4234 to  view or write Box 143, oo  BCYCNA, 808,2W:WfH__st_iWEf-  St., Vancouver, B.C. V6B1H7.  .-i���. - 4918-23-  'V    ���>':.-  Doug Joyce  Bob Bull  885.2761  885-2503  REALTY LTD.  Jack Anderson  Stan Anderson  Don Hadden  r> " '"      '"; 1-".'  V  885-2053  885-2385  885-9504      _ J   *>��(��     "J-%  SECHELT " - $47,500  Near new, larger bright,-economical three  bedroom home, 1 year new, 1260 sq ft.^  Thermopane' windows and doors, central  fireplace, open plan, no stairs, level lot.  Large sundeck;, carport and storage. Good  value at $47,500, Call Don--- v    ���  885-3211  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  Post Office Box 1219, Sechelt  Vancouvor Toll Free: 684-8016  ATTENTION FISHERMEN!  For catalogue of brand  name fishing iadsle send $1  refundable on first order of $10  to: Steelhead Sporting Goods,  Box 80854, Burnaby, B.C. V5H  3Y1. Ph. 438-4202. 4921-23  '72 MOUNTAIN Logger 200  HP skidder, good tires, good  running cond'n, Vancouver,  $32,000; '68 Cat loader 955K,  GP bucket, new UC, .very  good. Vancouver; $27,500; '69  988 GP bucket, 70 pctrobber^  new engine, remainder  checked and good. Vancouver.  $52,500; 70 D6C. freeapool  winch, guarded for logging,  low hrs, checks out excel., 80  pct.UC, Cranbrook, $46,500.  Ph. 271-0343 or 687-2872. 4925-  23  INSTALL A RamJet and gall-  up to 6 mi. per gallon. Fits  cars, trucks. Installs in  minutes. Save gas and money  while you drive. FBD Enterprise, 8138-8th Ave.,  Whitehorse, Y.T.Y1A1S1.  ' 4933-23  URINE-ERASE guarantees  _ removal dog, cat,! human  urine stains, odors from  carpets or' fabrics. Free  brochure. Dept. A, Reidell  Chemicals lid., Box 7500,  London, Ont. N5Y 4X8. 4934-23  SLUMBERDOWN European  down-filled quilts, nest  -prices and quality in Canada.  Example queen size $162.  Money back guarantee. CC.  Quilts. Box 667, Lazo, B.C.  V0R2K0. Ph. 338-8994. 4936-23  AIRCRAFT. STTTS Skycoupe  home built 2-place aircraft.  Lye. 125, 200 SMOH, new  lifetime cover, Narco 110  radio. Tremendous time  builder, $6500, or $7500, extra  jnotor, prop, PhJ_372-213Lafter_  6pm. 4937-23  WEST SECHELT . -    $91,000-  ---��� 9:5 acre's of good farmland;'Has"rWw^TSafftT-  ranch style home, 2 ponds  supplied  b;  : sprJng-water._M_t---appr6x-<1- acces-xlearei  balance has some timber. All services on  paved rd. 2 miles from Sechelt centre. This  ��� property has many potential uses. Bob  REDROOFFS $67,500  New waterfront 3 bdrm home with ex-  - _pan si ve. view -of- Georgia Strait and Vancouver Island. Features shake roof,  stainless steel 'Shaw' fireplace & skylight.  Treed lot. Bob.  s^^*<31_-<__c*s:'^*s:"Z_rxe?i: ~  1  8 ACRES VIEW COUNTRY ESTATE $97,000  1400 sq ft full .basement home with  spacious living/dining room. Fireplaces up  Open staircase to rec room, extensive cedar  work inside and goodjcitchen cupboards.'  _arge"c'port with-storage ~& 22x45' swlirv"  ming pool. Approx 3 acres landscaped  lawn. Orchard, fishpond, year-round creek,  garden, greenhouse 8 complete .privacy.  7 Call Bob.  VIEW OF TRAlt ISLANDS      ' $92,000  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  ~" bedrooms7 sunk"eiTfub7 shower7 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 bedrooms. Separate entrance  hall leads to a large ��� living room with  fireplace that invites gracious entertaining.  -A' 23x28' attached ~gttrage7could~ be_eeh~  verted to an extra bedroom & family room.  An added plus is a 440' workshop with 3 pee  plumbing. Close to best sandy beach in  area.  JtsEirtjSC-5-JH-!_.-wra-3-=n_-=-__ -  ^-������fc.-rri-_-ir-Tg^rr;j--i.w���-._:   _i ^r~z7*_~^r-- -  ROBERTS CREEK $52,000  3 bedroom home on, 1.67 acres. Spacious  open plan of 1320 sq ft has ensuite off  master bdrm. Home has family rpom_and_  utility.  Reduced  drastically  in   price  for  Immediate sale. Take Gibsons home in  WEST SECHELT $60,000  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 $60,000. Call Doug.  SEl/AA PARK ��� $15,000. 1976 12x68' Bendix Paramount Mobile  -Home.-AlLnew w/w-lncludesJrlple axles^tires-S-wheels.-hilch,  stove & fridge and 3 beds. This unit cannot be told from new. (See  Doug).  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOME: a cozy, near new-792 sq-ft 2-bedroom-  home close to the beach at Chapman Creek. Not stairs, electric  heat, double glazing. Government prepaid lease has119 years to  run. FP $32,000.  LOTS  DAVIS BAY WATERFRONT $36,500  Large lot with a fine beach. Fairly steep access but walkable.  Fantastic southwest view. Nicely treed. (Stan)  trade. Bob.  Legal Notices  I WILL not be associated as a  Sartner with Busy Bee  anitorial Ent., Box 1039,  Sechelt, B.C. nor responsible  for any debts incurred  through the business. I will not  be responsible for any debts  incurred by David Allen, Box  877, Sechelt, B.C. effective  immediately.  Evelyn Cummins,  Box 1256, Gibson*. B.C.  4871-SPTpub.May2,1979  CHANGE OF NAME ACT  (Section6)  NOTICE OF  APPLICATION FOR  CHANGE OF NAME  NOTICE is hereby Riven  that an, application will be  made to the Director of Vital  Statistics for a change of  name,   pursuant   to   the  B-ovisions of the "Change of  ame Act", by me:��� ANNIE  VIRGINIA JEFFRIES of  Sechelt Indian Reserve No. 2.  Sechelt, in the Province of  British Columbia as  follows:-^  To change my name from  ANNIE VIRGINIA JEFFRIES to ANNE VIRGINIA  QUINN.  Dated this 26th day of April,  A.D. 1979.  .*v.!c Virginia Jeffries  4084-SPTpub.May2.1079  British Columbia Hydro  and Power Authority  , Invites Tenders for���  Groundllne Treatment  of  approx 1500 standing wood  poles on the Sechelt Peninsula  and Nelson Island.  Reference No. Q94412  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. V6Z1Y3 until 11:00 AM  local time, 6 June 1079.  Details may be obtained from  the office ot the Purchasing  Agent, 10th Floor, 970 Burrard  Street. Vancouver, B.C, V6Z  lYSs telephone 663-2577 and  4SM6-SPTPub.May2,1070  GOOD TIMET**  _P-ENDER HARBOUR $65.0Q0_  Madeira Castle ��� unique home for value &  location. 2800 sq ft with breathtaking view.  Decor includes original murals, sunken gold  bathtub & extensive cedar work. Double  windows throughout and easy to heat. MLS  Bob.  WEST SECHELT LOT: $16,900. Large creekside Lot on quiet cul de sac  gives privacy in parklike setting with many beautiful trees. Services  at road. Call Don.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS ��� $10,000. Extra large building lot in area of  new homes. All services including paved roads. Call Doug.  SECHELT VILLAGE ��� $42,900  Attractive 2 bedroom home, no stairs,  newly decorated in & out, on level 66x122'  lot. Close to post office and shopping. 8x12'  tool shed, rear lane. Landscaped. Call Don.  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY     Sechelt Village. Fully rented, mostly on  lease. Shows good return on investment.  Opportunity to invest in this growing  community. Details to bonafide purchaser.  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.    ,  SECHELT VILLAGE $36,900  Near new 3 bdrm modular home on clear  garden lo't with carport. Price includes  stove, fridge, washer & dryer and is completely furnished. Walk to shops. A bargain.  Stan.  WEST SECHELT. $72,500  Spanish split-level home, near new with all  the extra features. Double carport,  workshop, 3 baths, 4 bdrms, 2 fireplaces,  bay window and a formal dining area. Good  level lot affords a view from the 2nd floor.  Tile roof."2288 sqffTCdll BobT  REDROOFFS 1/2 ACRE: Treed & 104' of frontage on Redrooffs Rd.  Lots of good trees and some older 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. --.--���-  ^**fyj>>htSi>.fty  PRICE REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE $54,000  Like new 2 bdrm bsmt home. Good layout  with southern exppsure and view. Save  money ��� extra insulation, twin seal  -windows-and heatilator fireplace. Call Bob.-  ACREAGE  SECHELT VILLAGE: 5 acres measuring 330 x 660'. Will eventually  have a view. Close to the arena. Try your offer to $35,000.  SANDY HOOK WATERFRONT: 68' of accessible waterfrontage with  boat launching slipway. 400' sq ft cabin with fireplace's large deck.  Partly furnished. Asking $49,000.  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.  ROBERTS CREEK: Large-treed, serviced lot close to beach & golf  course. Quiet area, mobile home permitted. FP $11,900.  -HALFMOON BAY: Approx_l7l-acre?r2'BR homerCouldputsecond"  home on this property. FP $44,900.  WATERFRONT, W." SECHELT  Pebble beach with your own road right to  water. 3 bdrms, 3 complete bathrooms,  recreation room, wine cellar and lot. of  extras. View from all living areas. One of  ^the-better waterfront homes on~the"coast  Bob.  EGMONT WATERFRONT I: 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.  EGMONT WATERFRONTAGE: Over 20 acres with approx 1000' of  waterfront. Could be an excellent Investment. Vendor offers terms  wtth $50,000 dn. Consideration given to trades.  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.  REDROOFFS: 4 side by side view lots, each 1,18 acres with 100 feet  "road frontage: Excellent buys at full price $15,000 each;   SECHELT VILLAGE ��� Lof 6, selectively cleared leaving some trees.  View of the ocean & within walking distance to shopping. Sewered  this year. Asking $12,000.  SOUTHWOOD ROAD: Close"to"l>2Uacri?Level b'ui'kflng lot. Hydro  and regional water at road. Checks compare. Attractively priced at  $9,450.  CLEARED, LEVEL LOT: Sechelt Village'��� 62.5 x 120. Ready for  building. Owner will trade as parLdown payment on home. Value'  -$1175007 ���:������ ->-���^-���    :���^���   SECHELT VILLAGE $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.  Call Doug.  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.  WILSON CREEK  3 bedroom 1200 sq ft sea view from this  new full basement home. 3 pee vanity bath  plus ensuite off master bedroom. Fireplace,  shake roof, dbl carport. Cement drive,  landscaped, plus garden lot has been  completely developed. Real value at  $59,000. Terms. Call Jack.  DAVIS BAY VltW HOME $65,900  3 bedroom, full basement home on a large  landscaped lot. Lots of sundeck on the  southwest side. The home also has an extra  large attached double garage with direct  entry to the basement. Rec room and  bedroom In basement are basically  finished. Call Stan.  A LITTLE GOLDMINE: Sechelts best restaurant. A THRIVING  business with an excelltn gross profit. Living accommodation on site  for the new owners at very little extra. ,  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.  HALFMOON BAY: Commercial opportunity on Hwy 1011 Gas  station, auto repair shop Investment. A one of a kind. Zoned C2.  Asking $39,900.  SEMI-RETIREMENT BUSINESS GOING CONCERN $74,500 FULL PRICE  TWO LAUNDROMAT LOCATIONS.  Both of these sites are ideal for year-round steady trade. 14 washer  & 12 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 or Bob Bull 885-3211, 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 ot  $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 home*. ^Stan)  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT: Lot 80 x 414' ��� Great view with Oil  services, water, paved road, cablevlslon, hydro. FP $26,500.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS: Inlet view lot 50 x 120 x 90. Close to marine,  A'sklng $13,500.  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  these low prices.  HOMES  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.  SECHELT VILLAGE: Sunshine Heights Lot 67 x 125' in a district  containing some fine new homes. Level and easy to clear. All  services. $2,000 down andeosy monthly payments. FP $10,900.  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  garden affords beauty and privacy In a  village setting. For appointment to view,  call Bob.  OIBSONS. NORTH ROAD/ $59,900  Near new 3 bedroom home with 3  bathrooms, has shake roof & cedar siding,  which blend Into the wooded setting  overlooking Keats Island & beyond I Good  location close to ferry for commuting. Ready  for occupancy now.  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 $11,500,  REDR00FF  RANCH INC. SUBDIVISION  \*  _y  r-"->  REDROOFF RANCH INC. Phase I subdivision is located on Redrooffs Road approxlmat  1/2 miles'west of Sechelt Village. Hydro, telephone and regional water serves the  division. The lots are wooded and level to gently sloping. Particulars of the subdivision  included In the prospectus ��� ask for your free copy.  DAVIS BAY $65,500  Beautiful 3 bdrm home In prestige area. Has  one of the eest views on the coast. All  services. A must see for serious buyers,  f(Doug)  "~f_M��3��w��7^^^^  H����4WaiiMiiAUiuili'i  FULL PRICE $41,900  3 bedropm, dbl plbg. Handy Sechelt locale,  Landscaped lot wllh U-drlveway, This home  Is only 3 years old, clean A bright. Real  voloe, Call Jack, "  "��� -      ���  f ilWVWPspw# w '%nwWPW*  #���4,000  ,J^qn.d...s0fR..3^.)>.fdro9m..ii9rnt> Irnroedlafe  possession, Try your, offer, Coll .Doug.  Lot 31 ��� SOLD  lot 32 ��� SOLD  Lot 33 ��� SOLD  Lot 34��� $11,600  Lot 35 ��� SOLD  Lot 36 ��� $11,9p0  ^>^....  tot 37 ��� $12,750  i t:  ''"��>-..  PRICE SCHEDULE  Lot 38 ��� $11,900  Lot 39 ��� SOLD  Lot 40 ��� $11,600  Lot 41 ��� $12,70p  Lot 42 ��� $15,500  Lot 43 ��� SOLD  Lot 44 ��� SOLD  Lot 45 ��� $11,160  Lot 46 ��� $12,500  Lot 47 ��� SOLD  lof 48 ��� SOLD  Lot 49 ��� SOLD  Lot 60 ��� SOLD  Dimensions are given In both feet and metres.  If   *^>-.-  ~ 'I��>g__* /      * ^"7x.  *^v'' ��*f*  hi ,i    ^3  ���    "V^-v/i . ��� '*    >'"  I . "On -Jc. . ���"���ti if *   ��� "' : -^" *** ���'���'^r^;fcJ^oiW   .^/ VI J        ^-v.. '  i 'i V - '�������'������� Si.  n T ��� ��  to  ^   y*  i.  N  v.,,   ^' '-&. .��������*,   t/ M        k|        *i .! i_ "  l ".���<��_   . .       . ... ,.,..."' ��I7 ,..-jy������ ....   ,-"... ... if t.'...-,.         . .  mm  H  ! ;y  Fabulous WF lot with super  view. ' Gunboat Bay , in  Pender Harbour area.  Good building site/Asking;  only $39,500,,  FABULOUS INVESTMENT  61.5 acres plus approximately ' 700' ot  waterfrontage.- - Located.  again in Gunboat BayAwith  900 sq ft Panabode in  excellent condition, plus a  wharf. Property able to**  subdivided . into lots.  Asking only $350*000.'Will  consider all trades &  terms.  JEFF STEPHENSON  Off: 588-0131  Home: 530-2682  Bffi-ft  GREpUARS REA1TX-  CBC highlights  >v j  AM RADIO ,    7    7;  Saturday���TheHonibyCollectlon8:05  p.m. Part., I. Frances Hornby BarWey,  ^769-1846^Betfa fllll, dlscusses-here--;  Wographyofthefi-^wWtewoiT-antoland  on the west coast/Part II Seafaring Bride,  a dramatized dociimentt^ by Gertha  Gotland.  Anthology 10:05 p.m. Rebuilding  Jerusalem^ an examination of the life ahd^  work of William Blake, 18th century  radical and visionary writer and painter.  Sunday ��� CBC Stage 1:05 p.m. The  Collector ��� John Fowles early novel  adapted for radio by David Parker. Nigel  Anthony plays Clegg and Sarah Badel,  .  Miranda ��� a psychological thriller.  The. Entertainers"4:35 p.m. Disco ���  music fashion and clubs: Interviews with  Claudia Barry and the Raes and a visit to  New York's Studio 54 to meet Steve Rubell  -andJ-ny-.Tim^-  COODtlMllM  Celebration 9:05 The Camps, Part I..  Yad Vashem, a holocaust cantata by Saul  Chapman." Part II. Christian prisoners in  the Soviet Union. Part m. The Night of the  Raccoon ��� five poems based on the  -childhood memories of - Shizuye  Takashima, *who spent her adolescent'  years in a Canadian internment camp, set  to music by Michael Colgrass.  Tuesday ��� CBC Playhouse 8:04 p.m.  Concerning Mr. Araabat, a comedy satire  by Paul LeDouz;,set in Cape Breton..  The Peninsula Times Page B-5  Wednesday, May 2,1979  By IRENE BUSHFIELD  The Women's; Agio Fellowship met  April 17 ih Harmony Hall for a delicious  lunch of soup and sandwiches and again  enjoyed a time of singing, rejoicing and  sharing wittLold_and new:frie__ds,_   Our guest speaker this day was Joan  James from Vancouver, who delighted us  all with her message on certain* crisis  areas in our lives,'vividly illustrating the  essence of the true gospel of Jesus Christ,  and the reality of being "born again" into  the Kingdom of God. Joan' was a  registered nurse for many years, along  with ten years of counselling in the field of  occupational health. Her talents as a  speaker have taken her to places as far off  as-Japan, Taiwan,, India and Hong Kong  and we were enthralled as she related how  SUNNYCREST  SHOPPING  CENTRE  886-2277  VANCOUVER     ���  TOLL FREE  kN04_AN^0iVEUdPMENT LTDr  R.R. 2-Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  68M5tt  YOUR AUTOPLAN CENTRE  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Seaside Plaza  886-2000  Gibsons  886-2607  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE (1978) LTD.  Box 1490, R.R. 1  Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  885-3271  HOMES  GIBSONS AREA TO ROBERTS CREEK  STARTER SPECIAL $34,500  Spotless- 2 bdrm. home, with basement extra large kitchen,  EASY walk to Hopktn; Landing Stoj^ * Pock,;  _ ��� _,��� p,^,,.,,,  Call Ken Wells^86-7223 ," ��� v��� "** - 4       '     . ...     \'./  UP & DOWN DUPLEX '"'*"���''' $49.500  Large 3 bedroom with excellent revenue potential, located on 1  acre near Roberts Creek on Highway 101. V,endor will consider  offers. Ed'Baker, 885-2641.  WILSON CREEK TO SECHELT AREA  NEW ON THE MARKET!  2 years built ��� 3 bedroom VIEW  home In new family subdivision  Wilson Creek. This home is Immaculate and priced to sell at only  $42,000. Call Rita Percheson, 885-  5706.  W.JP01SLBLE? $57,600  1700 sq. ft. of quality workmanship  In this new deluxe, 3 bdrm. VIEW  home. Features Include sunken  conversation pit with fireplace, large  family room 3 bathrooms, master  bedrm. has ensuite & walk-In closet.,  Wilson Creek.  Call   Rita   Percheson   885-5706   or  Chuck Dowman 885-9374.  SECHELT VILLAOE $38.000  Cozy bungalow, 2 bedrooms could be 3. Neat & clean Inside and  out, WQlkt0 ��chool and shopping. Large LR with w/w carpeting,  kitchen & dinette, carport. Fenced and fully landscaped. Call Ed  Baker, 885-2641. , .  .SECHELT $46,600  SUA. ' ^drm. ��P��"W��r, Immaculate, with  "J_M separate dining room, cozy fireplace,,  w/w thro', Only 1 year old & already  has an established garden with fruit  trees. 2 blocks to shopping ��� level  Jwalk.  I Call Ken Wells 886-7223  IMMACULATE - $43.900.  3  bdrm  home In Sechelt Village. Large corner  lot is completely fenced and land'  scaped.   Carport   has   ad|olnlng  workshop   &   storage   area.   Price  reduced for quick sale,  Rita  Percheson, 885-5706 or Chuck Dowman,  885-9374,  ORE AT LOCATION ��� 1 SLOCK TO MACH  This 3 bdrm. basement home has ensuite, large living room with  Heatalator fireplace, great location, 1 block to Davis Bay Beach  ��� 1 block to Elementary School and a corner store close at hand  ��� only $58,900  Chuck Dowman   885-9374 or 805-3271  piAtTPORPOItBBAYROAP 1_-��J__0  E very Ih Ing Is oversized 1st this large  mobile with approx, 1300 sq, It,  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  ^tmmmmm garag*. (30x16)  Larry Reardon   885-3924  f TARTER tfiCIAir- \ tjOffiTP WAffil f._.__Q  Spotless 2����orey^, Idealfor starter home on double lot with shed  ?.���;!*��  %\  ^-u*#  WEST SECHELT ~ "- ~   $56,500  Attractive Spanish type 3 bdrm bungalow, approx 3 yrs built.  Large LR 20x20 fireplace, open beam ceiling. DR, family kitchen.  All bdrms large, master ensuite, w/w throughout. Large  workshop at rear. Floor area 1584 sq ft. Ed Baker, 885-2641.  REDROOFFS TO PENDER HARBOUR AREA  GARDENERS PARADISE - $45,000. 2  bdrm, well-maintained rancher  sltuoted���on a large attractively  landscaped lot, 100x263, separate  garage, 1- rm-cottage, -greenhouse,  large playroom for the youngsters.  Call Ed Baker, 885-2641.  CHEAPER THAN RENT $32,600  4 yr old 5 bdrm full bsmt home on ONE ACRE near Sllversands.  Live In while you dp the finishing. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  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 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 $10,500  Call Larry Reardon 885-3924 or 885-3271  INVESTMENT POTENTIAL! $10.800  In this beautiful 1/2 acre + wooded lat on Wlldwood Road.  Zoned R2 for mobile homes. Hydro & water.  Rita Percheson   885-5706  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 am 12,500  Call Rita Pefcheson   885-5706  Cleared arrfd ready to build on. Serviced, Incl, cable. Nlckerson  Rd. Call E\ Baker, 885-2641. $13,500.  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. $15,000.  Loaded with trees on blacktop road, with hydro and water In  Redrooffs. Call Larry Reardon, 885-3924, $13,500.  WATERFRONT LOT I VIEW LOT  At Sandy Hook, we have this 100'+ WATERFRONT lot. Close to  road and ad|olnlng with an excellent VIEW lot, that lies next to  B.R.  Call Larry Reardon 885-3924 $15,500 & $8,500  M7rV.BI3>  Nicely treed, gentle slop to SW, will have a good VIEW when  some tree, come down. Call Ed Baker, 885-2641. $18,500,  RARE 38 A��H|j|  Only 5 minutes West of Sechelt. High & dry. Mostly treed. Asking  $62,000. Chuck Dowman, 805-9374.  NQR-wpST PAY ROAD  Wooded lot 150 x 70', zoned R2,  $12,500. Call Ed Baker, 885-2641,  trailers allowed, Sign on,  for Work Shop,  Chuck Dowman  885-9374  wm  ^lijiift**|  -Mr* )���  W,.'<'i���T.i_.  Q-LAHtY.AIIAR9AlN--JIKI]  Quality constructed 2 bdrm. home  has a large sundeck and a VIEW of  Lambs Bay. 1/2 basement Is finished,  with plumbing and private entrance  for In-law suite. A GREAT BUY AT  ONLY $39,900  -i Call Rita Percheson 889-9706  MIWrMN HrMI>PW,l,ffT,f.  Semi-water! root, property, |ust across the Narrows* Bridge and  facing Bargain Harbour. Treed and good for building on, with  |ust (he road between you and the water, Call Larry Reardon,  885-3924, $22,500,  COMMERCIAL  VMUi.VA.UiiV.Mi.it       ULM-  Everywhere you look there Is value  In this truly beautiful home, In  West Sechelt. Cathedral entrance,  3 bedrooms, 2 fireplaces, large rec    mmmmm  twiib fiuiiwiwH |iu�� wn tnwwwu ���wia.iMWiitHUihitiauy  landscaped and the price has been reduced, Larry Reardon B83-  ,'*MWf___:'"        '"   '' ��'-'-'*���:������<��"-.'������ ���>*���'!- '.--���'.   �����;*-,, ��������, -i -J-...(.   Mt   ^.,.��w<vt >��.!��; j*v>ri..^^ -J.:,L,.^I,��)  MCUM IMIITMlsHI  2400 sq ft showing good rental history. Approx 900 sq ft lor  owner. Constructed for 2nd storey, $147,000, Call C. Dowman,  ���wasWrrfrnfwn"^  i~  We*re the Neighborhood Professionals.  CONVEYANCIHGtREAL ESTATE CONSULTING ���APPRAISALS ���NOTARY PUBLIC  HOMES   B  FAIRVIEW & PRATT: Executive home on landscaped 1/2 acre, this home must  be seen. Master bedroom is 19x17' with full 4 piece ensuite. Four bedrooms  in total with 2-1/2 finished baths. Features large livingroom with fireplace.  Close to schools and shopping. Rural Glbions. $69,000.  fes-BSfflbS-'S U-  w  =eoartSTni5vinglfii��6Se"Si*asraite^et_ier  her visit was an experience many of us will  long remember..  CHERYL ANNE PARK: Large three bedroom home with finished heatilator  fireplaces up and down. Situated on approximately 1/3 of an acre on a no  through rood. Neatly land-��p-__j_flC---l-_-lyJj_-ftd-J-��^  finished Bathroom downstairs. Double windows throughout. Excellent family  home. $57,900.  One of the highlights of this fellowship  is the annual Retreat, organized by the  area board for the Lower Mainland. As in  previous years it will be held at Trinity  Western College in tbe beautiful rural  setting of Langley. However, because of  the amazing.growth of Women's. Aglow,  there will be two weekend periods this  year instead of one. The dates are June 1 to  3 and June 8 to 10. Those wishing further  information may phone 886-9567 for  brochures.  -       , ~~LW_~'1~  The Gibsons chapter of Women's Aglow  recently received their chapter and at our  next meeting members of our area board  will be in attendance giving us an opportunity to learri more about the aims and  purposes of the Fellowship which now has  . overathousandchapters world-wide, with  more being added daily. A very warm  invitation is extended to ladies of all ages  to attend this luncheon meeting which  starts at 11:30 a.m. on May 15 in Harmony  Hall, Gibsons. A babysitting service is  available and anyone needing further  information or transport may phone 886-  7426 or 885-3356. Remember always that  God has-NEVER stopped caring for you.  B  B  TRICKLEBROOK DRIVE: In the Village of Gibsons. Three bedroom mobile home  ���   with two full bathrooms. Fully skirted and set up ready for you to move in.  *"' Situated on nicety treed tot, on sewer. Close to schools and shopping. $29,900. -  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 all out the front door on, 100 feet of  your own .78 acres of waterfront property.  Beautiful 1280 square feet A-frame home  features three bedrooms with loft and part-  finished basement. 25x8 sundeck overlooks  Howe Sound. -Large guest cottage with'  fireplace, fridge, stove, 220V and sundeck.  $109,500.  B  NORTH FLETCHER. Five room home with  development in half basement. Lot is 76 x  129 with panoramic view of Keats, Shelter,  Islands the water and mountains. Very  private. Separate garage. Livingroom has  fireplace and dining area will take large  suite. New copper piping and new electrical  wiring. $43,500.   HWY 101 & ARGENT ROAD: In the heart of  Roberts Creek 8/10 of an acre of nicely  1 treed gently sloping land. With 600 sq. ft. 2  bedroom home, presently heated with  wood burning heater but wired for 220  volts. Second dwelling permitted and could  be built behind existing building. F.P  $24,900.  THOMPSON   RD:  basement   three  Langdale.   This  non-  bedroom _vl��w _home $42 900.  LOOKOUT DRIVE ��� Overlooking Porpoise  Bay this near new 1200 sq ft basement  home has everything a family would want -  for comfortable living & more. 4 bedrooms,  full bath plus ensuite, convenient utility  room upstairs and plenty of cupboards &  cabinets. Situated on a completely land-  .taped lot in quiet residential area. Other  features Include huge' rec room, 2  fireplaces, twin seal windows and screens.  "Priced" for a-qulck-sale.. FP $49,900.  DAVIS ROAD: Exceptionally well built 3  bdrm home, heatilator FP, 2 sundecks,  family dining room plus eating area In  kitchen. All this on main floor. Lovely  landscaped level lot with storage shed, full  garden in & double garage. Plus 2 furnished  suites in basement, self-contained with  private entrances. Rental $200 each suite.  This is a fantastic value & only 2 blocks to  shopping, schools etc. The price on this  $87,500. ~  HOPKINS LANDING: Two bedroom view  home 1/4 mile from Langdale Ferry Ter-  minal.\ See Keats, Gambier and Lions Bay  from the large combination family  room/dining room or from the living room.  Heatilator fireplace. 19 x 27 concrete  basement for workshop and storage. Five  appliances included. Park like landscape.  I features extensive use of granite on ex-  I terlor and huge walk-around fireplace.  ! Modern kitchen has solid walnut cabinets  ���>-and built-in dishwasher. A garage and  I    workshop round out the picture. $49,500.  KEARTON RD: For the horse lovers. An  excellent four bedroom home featuring  living room with fireplace, family room,  dining area and brand new kitchen. Two.  MARINE DR: Soames Point, Gibsons. Ideal  summer home on beautiful large-view lot.  Beach access'just .across-the street.-Good  recreational or holding property. Large  covered sundeck overlooking Keats Island  and Howe Sound. Vendor will consider  carrying Agreement for Sale. $33,500.  DAVIS RD: Ideal starter or retirement home.  Only two blocks frorrTschool- and shopping.  This three bedroom home has everything  you need for comfort and convenience. The  carport could easily be converted to o  family room and a separate carport could  be built on many sites within the extra large  landscaped lot. $39,500.  CRUCIL RD: Big family? Then this four  bedroom, two bathroom home could be the  home you've been looking for. Full  basement with rec" room," utility" and  roughed-in plumbing. Intercom inside and  out. Large sundeck over carport. This home  is located on a quiet secluded view lot, yet  convenient to the Village - of Gibsons.  $56,000.  DAVIS & SHAW RD: A Gold Medallion four  bedroom home. Three levels of luxurious  living. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, two  hot water tanks: Family roomrrec room and  utility. Double glazed windows and  separate entrance to basement. $57,000.  ELPHINSTONE: *A terrific view frofo-%1s'*Sundecks and .org* fiaflo. All thitron-2.5  large home on double lot. Two, finished  fireplaces and a sundeck with plenty of  room for summer entertaining. This Is a  home built for owner with the best of  materials. $62,500.  ' acres of level land in quiet area. Close to  schools and shopping. Fenced grazing  areas, three stall stable and tack room. 120  x 173 riding ring. 16 Ac 24 unfinished cabin  In rear. On regional water. $75,000.  JL0IS  *  m  m  m  B  ���  ���  ���  ���1  !  ���  ���  B  REDROOFFS RD: Waterfront, Wind your way  down a gently sloping path to 158 feet of  your own waterfront property. At low tide,  a beautiful sandy beach for the kids to 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 and Is mostly In huge trees for  complete privacy. This beautiful home must  be seen to be believed. $109,500.  HILLCREST ROAD: Beautiful view lot on a  quiet cul de sac In an area of new homes.  All underground services. Cleared and  roady for building. $5,000 down, balance by  Agreemerit for Sale. $17,900,  LANGDALE RIDGE SUBDIVISION: Fantastic  view lots. An area of new and varied  homes. These lots offer themselves to many  different building locations. En|oy privacy  and tho view of Howe Sound. Priced from  $12,900.  SCHOOL & WYNGART ROADS: Only 4 of  these Duplok lots loft. Beautiful view  properties overlooking the Bay. Close to  schools and shopping. All lots perfectly  suited to sldo-by-slde or up-down duplex  construction. Priced at $15,500 and  $16,500.  FIRCREST ROAD: Ovor 20 nicely ��� treed  building lots to choose from, 61x131. We  will arrange to have a homo built for you.  Located a short drive down Pratt Road.  Prlcod at $9,700 each,  CREEKSIDE PARK ESTATES: In Gibsons  Vlllago on North Road, Lots for single wldos,  double wldos and conventional homes. All  on sower, water, hydro and all within throe"  blocks ol tho shopping contro, schools and  medical clinic, Prlcod from $10,900 to  $19,900.  COACH RD: Roberts Creek. Large lot  70x270' In quiet rural subdivision. Ready to  build on. Owner is anxious to sell and offers  excellent terms. Asking price $12,000. Try  $2500 down payment, $150 per month @  12% Interest.  HILLCREST: $5,000 down, balance by  Agreement for Sale will purchase this  beautiful view lot on a quiet cul de sac. All  underground services. Cleared and ready  for building. $14,900.   ,     "  FAIRVIEW RD:.Nearly 1/4 afcre of flat easy  to build on land. Mobile homes are allowed.  Large cedar trees provide privacy, and  enhance this setting. Close to Cedar Grove  School. $11,900,  DAVIDSON RD: 2/5 of an acre with a  'fantastic view from Langdale Ridge. This lot  has a small creek on the very back of the  property. All new, homes In this area.  $14,900.  HWY 101 ft ARGENT RD: 6/10 of an acre of  treed land In Roberts Creek 2 blks from the  Masonic Hall. 2 dwellings allowed on the  property. 100 feet of Hwy frontoge that  would be,Ideal for domestic Industry lit*  with home behind, On Hydro & Regional  water. F,P. $14,900,  GIBSONS VILLAGE) We ofler you 1/3 of an.  aero of park-like property located within'  Gibsons Village, Has creek flowing through,  this socluded private area, Needs  Imaginative owner to bring out full  potential. Oilers (a $10,900,  TRAIL ISLANQS; Largo waterfront lot wllh  tonal! cove for moorage, Beautiful view on  three tides. Excellent fishing spot on your  doorstep, Ca|l and let us show you this  'waterfront reatreal. $17,900.  9 LORHIECIRARO  B     886-7760  THOMPSON & FORBES: Langdale. New out  of "the ordinarV rdrfcher on 79 x 135 lot.  Featuring living room, dining room, three  bedrooms, family room and utility. Garage  fireplace. Very attractive and practical floor  plan. $48,500.  ACREAGE  MASKELL  property  RD:  subdivldable  and   Lower  1.44 acres of  on Maskell Road  Roberts Creek Road. Zoning allows for 1/2  acre average. This is a quiet rural area only  3 miles from Gibsons. $24,900.  TUWANEK: 80 x 140 lot only one black to  beach. Full view of the Inlet. Piped community, water available. $9,900.  ABBS RD: Vlow of Bay area and Georgia  Strait Is yours from this beautiful lot Ih aroa  of elaborate homes. Two blocks to schools  and thopplng. $19,900.  REDROOFFS AREA: Over 1 treed acre, This  sloping proporty offers maximum privacy  and Is actually two lots, (Can be bought  separately). Serviced with regional water.  Power 2 blocks away. $15,800. ���  SMITH ROAD: Cleared view lot close to ferry  terminal and ocean view. Triangular shaped  lot with good building site. $14,000,  UPLANDS RD: Tuwanek. Ideal recreation lot  In beautifully wooded and park like setting.  Zoned for trailers. This lot overlooks Sechelt  Inlet and the Lamb Island. $8,900.  WAKEFIELD RD: Fully serviced lot on paved  road, View, overlooking Trail Islands, Bring  offers. $14,500.  McCULipUGH RD; Wilton Creek, Close to  one acre of treed property with sub-dlvlilon,  possibilities $22,900, "  COMMERCIAL WATERFRONT: Olbsons, With  waterfront at tcarce at It Is this,double use*  lot'represents real value, $33,000.  SOUTH FLETCHER; At School Road. Two lots  40 x ISO each, One lot has a Cottage which  could be rented. These lots are mostly  cleared and ready for building. A spectacular view of the entire Bay area and  Keats Island. $27,300.   GRANDVIEW A PRATT) Building lot In a fdst  growing area, Approximate size It M6 x  141 x 74 x,ia^,Priitnt,oll olleri ar\ th��  atklng price of $11,500,  SCHOOL RD; Three view lott 73 n 110, On  sewer. Three blocks from tchoolt ond  thopplng centre, Cleared for building.  $16,000 each.  SCHOOL ,RD: 1.56 acres ad|acent to the  elementary school. Could be subdivided  Into lots. On sewer and all services.  $58,000.  PARK ROAD: Gibsons. Excellent prospects  for the one who holds this potentially  commercially zonod 5 acres. Lightly cleared,  close to shopping centre and schools.  $59,000.  GIBSONS: Approximately 16 acres, 2nd  growth trees, level, groat for a hobby farm,  Cjose to Gibsons. Good holding property  and priced at only $4,000 per acre, See this  now. Large acreages aro getting scarce,  $64,000.  CHASTER RD: Two acres of nicely treed,  level land across tho stroet from Cedar  ���Grove School, Zoning allows subdivision  Into 1/4 acre lots. Excellent for hobby farm  or Investment, $30,000.  ARGENT RD: 2,7 treed acres In the heart of  Roberts Creek. 5 lot tubdlvltlon hat been  approved, Excellent soil and ' drainage,  Perfect for hobby farm on holding property.  FP $34,900,  ���  HIGHWAY 101: ��1,7 acres vacant land  located\>n Highway 101, MUldlopblnt +30  miles from Gibsons, Logging road, not In  use, through property, Average subdivision  slzo permitted 1/2 aero, Southorly oxposuro  and good view, $38,500,  HIGHWAY 101: ��20 acres with Insulated  collage |ust remodelled, Located on Highway 101 Ih Middle Point �� miles from  Glbtons, Average tubdlvltlon tlze permitted 1/2 acre, Cottage has all services,  Southerly exposure and view from higher  elevation at rear. $49,500.  BAYVIEWs, 2.0 parllally cleared acres In  Robertt Creek with 275' frontage. Creek  runs thrdugh Ihe property. Ideal for hobby .J  farm.   Close   to   beach.   Zoning   permits  subdivision Into 1/2 acre lots. $39,900.  JONMcMt  885-3670  ANNEGURNEV  886-2)164  CHRIS KANKAINEN  885-3M5  ARNE PE1TERSEN  MYVISSER  885-3300  DAVE ROBERTS  666-8040  STEVE SAWYER  866-2691  ^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������l  I / ��� -���  .���.  Cadets' exercise becomes real rescue  Economic study meeting  PageB4 The Peninsula Times      Wednesday, May 2,1979  local Corps No. 2963. The following Army  Cadets contingents took part: 34 from  On the weekend of April 13 to 15 what  was meant to be ion Army Cadets exercise ,  in search and rescue turned out tobe a  "real thing" when an officer of the Corps  rescued a drowning couple in Sakinaw  TjjJca  '.'    Cadet Officer Terry Hutchings rescued  'Ray Bernler and Emily Henderson after Corps 2290, Beatty St, Vancouver, Royal  their boat in which they were returning,   Canadian Army Cadets League; 18 from  -from ffieother side of the lake overturned. -Port^loody Corps; 22*omSechelt Corps,  Terry upon hearing the cry for help, and servicing were 24 members of the  Jumped in his small boat and was in time   Royal Canadian Engineers. AU were  'Old friends' gather  Bob Wilson retires  to pull the distressed couple out of the   upder the command of Ltd. Col. Andy  water.. ,   * ' Conradi.  7  The occasion was the search and rescue       The main object of the exercise was  exercise in- which over 130 Cadets ahd   map reading and fUjld craft The Cadets   _���____ ______  Offlcefstook part and was hosted by our���-ad-^mrenjoyable-t-_ne^and-Tecelved a   B}eHl--up��jE-UU-g-tv  By MARION ALSAGER  ^-^e-gatt-eflr^^^^old^friendst-and-  "buddies" of Bob Wilson accumulated at  the Firehall on Saturday, AprU 28-until it-  was proven the "esprit de corps" of the'  firemen's buddy system still exists. When  people such as Wilf Gray, Dick Fitchett,  John Bunyan, Rocky Grey, John Wilson,  Norm McKay gathered to honour him, all  who were original members some 30 years  ago, it was clear the spirit was still there.  !���,    As well, a measure of respect was also  ; given by retired members Cliff Connor,  Naden Band at  NL inspection  Sunshine Coast branch of the Navy  League of Canada cordially invites  parents, friends and public at large to  attend its annual inspection at Gibsons  Winter Club cm Thursday, 3rd May at 7:30  p.m.  A large turnout is expected as the internationally-known Canadian Forces  Naden Band will appear.  Inspecting Officer will be Capt. (N)  Stewart Alsgard.  Bruce Campbell, Bill Malyea, Fred  ^HollarKipHan^MS^th^ohn-Smithr-Dan--  Bergnach, Bill Scott Denny Carroll, Wally  -Venechuck-and-GlenStubbs.-Many-were_-  ex-chiefs, such as Dick Ranniger, Bill  Scott, Norm MacKay, John Bunyan, Dick  Fitchett and Wilf Grey with whom Bob  worked as fireman, local assistant Fire  Marshall, Fire Dept. officer and as a Fire  Chief himself.  Over 50 firemen, past and present, paid  their respects on his retirement from the  Fire Department reminiscing past experiences from building fire halls to fire  fighting under adverse conditions and  above-all Bob's personal involvement in  .assisting all members in training,  direction and investigation. A special  presentation was given in relation to his  Fire Marshall duties as well as special  commendation on behalf of the Village, of  Gibsons by Alderman Dick Fitchett.  The many hours of Community contribution as a "Volunteer" will be quietly  shrugged off by Bob as his duty to the  community, nevertheless, his decisions  and friendships will live on an his presence  will be sorely missed as a "current  member."  "THANK YOU" BOB WILSON!  ���From your Fire-Fighting Friends and  The    Community.  great deal of knowledge on the subject iir  spite of inclement weather.  On June 9 our Corps 2963 will be taking -  a boat trip to Cloholm Falls where they,  will be having a very instructive exercise  plus ample time for fun and recreation  arranged by Training Officer Lt. Bob  Sommerfleld. ��� ;  Most, of the Cadets will be attending  Summer Camp at Vernon, B.C. this July  on various courses; and most of the instructors will be attending an Officer's  Training Course at Vernon or Edmonton,  Alberta.  The Cadets are continuing with range  practice under the direction of Mr. Jerry  Netzlaw Sr., every first and third Saturday,  at the Sechelt Rod and Gun Club.  ihe key  Despite frequent-attempts by meeting  chairman John Jorgens to cover new  ground,,transportation and all.subjects  relating,' dominated the Sunshine Coast  Economic Adjustment Committee  meeting April 23.'.'.'. "S-  Little time was spent on what Jorgens  called one of the "key" parts of the study,  future primary and secondary industry.  A�� regional board director Charles Lee  said, with "approximately 38.2 per cent"  or the tax base supported by Port Mellon,  "in the event Port Melon should be phased  out we would be in great difficulty."  Unfortunately, any study of'economic  trends on the Sunshine Coast will always  end with a recommendation that transportation problems be solved to facilitate  iort-whiler4t Walte_^��aid4--er^was^nw��ason4��hy-  ;ed funds Should be applied for   the community should not have timber  licences," nor why the coast's wood  upgrade the airport to provide more  than daylight access., _,  That Port Mellon to Squamish highway  link, talked about in the 1950s, was brought  up again, and, according to Vic Walters,  now is a possibility.  There has been talk for several years  the mill at Woodfibre may expand and a  condition of expansion was an improved  transportation link, Walters said.  Walters said the expansion plans are  "definite" and called for the committee's  support of the land route.  But in discussing other brief s presented  to the committee, transportation more  than anything turned out to be the root of  the problem.  nor why  resources, should not be processed here.  Jorgens mentioned the problem of  transporting anything efficiently and  quickly to a market, v  Hydrofoils and Hovercrafts were  discussed at length and dismissed with  legitimate reasons.  Arthur McPhee, Provincial  Emergency Program coordinator, said  there was a lack of a communication outlet  to warn persons in the event of an  emergency (earthquakes in particular),  and suppose there wasJa need for evac-  tuation... v  So each new subject was eventually  brought back to the transportation level.  The Corps parades every Monday  evening, at 7 p_m. at Sechelt Elementary  School, and all girls and boys between the  ages of 13 and 19 are invited to Join them.  . Administrative and Public  Relations Officer.  Bnoffiftr^devt_ol)ib-ient^^  Coast residents, if they have not already,   there was no place on the Sunshine Coast a   Hall and Pieter Rutgers of Strong, Hall  will shrug and say;; "fcould havetold'youT  that for nothing."  Again, the committee was advised the  only link to the mainland after dark was oy  vacationer could park and Sight-see.  "If we're trying to encourage tourism,  we're defeating ourselves right there,"  she said.   .  and Associates should have no -problem-  researching the transportation end of the  study.  The dissatisfaction was evident.  I  I  I  I  I  I  L  ADVANCE POLL for MACKENZIE RIDING  PROVINCIAL ELECTION  '���1  will be held at:  UNION HALL  Walnut St. Entrance  Powell River -  WHITTAKER BLOCK  Sunshine Coast Hwy.  Davis Bay  HOURS: 1 pm until 9 pm, May 3rd, 4th, 5th. ALIO MANTOANI Returning Officer  MOOSE HALL  Beia Coola  LEGION HALL  Ocean Fate  "The Property  Movers"  WHARF  REALTY LTD.  885-5171  ^itK  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME f149  -Quality built 4 bedroom-(3 up -1 down) 1200 sq. ft. full  basement home, lovely view of Georgia Strait. Features 2 stone  fireplaces, rumpus room, extra guest bedroom downstairs.  Cedar siding, two sundecks. F.P. $66,000. Call Pat 885-5171.  INVESTMENT  Massive house In Lower Gibsons. Six bedrooms plus full  basement. This house needs a few finishing touches. You can't  buy more square footage for the price. This was a foreclosure,  hence the low price 6f $52,500. Call Bob 885-3531,  "Your Real Estate hosts on the  Sunshine Coast"  I  PAT MURPHY  885-9487  BOB BEAUPRE  885-3531  TREV GODDARD  886-2658  Metric ���98% of the world  knows it ��� so it must be easy.  VALUE BELOW REPLACEMENT COST I  1175 sq ft rancher'on large 165 x 245 lot (almost an acre) 3  bdrms fully modern home plus new 600 sq ft double garage and  workshop plus a greenhouse and good growing soil make this  an pxcellent buy al only $54,500.  HOUSE AND ACREAGE  Lovely 2 bdrm 1500 sq ft rancher with separate heated 18 x 24  workshop on 8+ acres In West Sechelt. Absentee vendor most  anxious to sell I Priced In the 70s. Make him an Offerl  1306 SURF CIRCLE [Seaside Village]  Ideal for the large family I 1260 sq ft 2 yr old 3 bdrm home with 2  more bdrms and partially finished Rec Rm In full bsmt. Vendor Is  transferred and Is desperate tp sell so make your offer to  ������ ��54r800.���   ���  ������������*���-  ---������ ������������-   -   HOPKINS LDO, WATERFRONTAGE  Very seldom does a property like this come on the market! 50 x  200 ft level waterfront lot with sandy beach plus approx 750 sq  ft cottage, ONLY $40,500, You'll have to hurry for this exclusive  listing,  POR SUMMER USB OR RETIREMENT  3 bdrm post & beam on a view lot approx 200 ft from the beach 9  miles north of Sechelt. It's fully furnished and lust walling for  you to move Into and you can for ONLY $40,000, F.P,  WEST SECHELT BDLO. LOT - $9500.  Unbelievable but truel 66 x 642' lot (approx. 2/3rds acre) flat,  level land In Its natural stale lor ONLY $9500. (B.C. Assrnt, Is  $16,550.)  ST. VINCENTS BAY  Approx. 5 acres and 400' waterfrontage with year round creek.  This Is a water access only property, but vendor says that an old  logging road will fak�� you to within o few hundred f��et of thr  property. ONLY $22,900. Priced far below other lots In th�� area  for a fast sale I  Block Bros. Realty Ltd.  Where Real Estate is serious ��� but a pleasure  Realty Ltd, f5  3295  Van. Direct  681-7931  979 Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  Next to the Gulf Station  HOMES  ACREAGE  HOMES  SELMA PARK $13,000  Two bedrooms in this 600+ sq. ft.  homeTComblhatlbn 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.  HALFMOON BAY $45,900.  Contemporary split level in perfect  condition on secluded lot, easy to  maintain. 3 bdrms, 2 bathrooms,  close to water access. Call for appt.  to see this one. Ray Bernler 885-5225  or Emilie Henderson 885-5383.  LANGDALE $69,500  Seml-waterfront. Hidden paradise  with access to beach. Ideal 3 bdrm  family home, well planned kitchen  with separate dining room. Sliding  glass doors open on to a secluded  patio. Two fireplaces plus quality  construction are a few of the many  features. Spacious & elegant, plus  good moorage. Call Terrl for an  appointment to view. 885-5046.  CHASTER RD $85,500  Large modern house With Ylew,  Basement Is set up and used as a  halrdresslng salon, but could be Inlaw suite. Extra wide Ipt for privacy,  which also may be subdivided. Excellent financing Is assumable. Call  , Suzanne Dunkerton for more info,  8B5-3971.  HOPKINS LANDING $88,000  Two bedrooms in this elegant and  comfortable homo. 1700 sq ft on two  levels,-The large dining and living  room are set off with the panoramic  view of water and mountains. Kitchen Is bright and spacious and also  en|oys the view. Large 36x11' cedar  sundeck overlooking the tastefully  landscaped garden. The property Is  all fenced and Is close to the ferry.  Call Suianne Dunkerton for viewing,  885-3971,  Vlewl Vlewl Vlewl $2500. down  For qualified buyers. Immed. occupancy in quiet convenient Wilson  Creek sub-division; $49,900. Further  details with Ray Be7nler78B5;5225^or~  Emilie Henderson, 885-5383.  GAMBIER ISLAND *        $65,000  Exceptional value in this full  basement home featuring second  fireplace, very quiet & secluded on  large fully fenced level lot. Spacious  sundeck to enjoy the ocean view. 5  bedrooms, 6th roughed In, '2-1/2  baths, plus wet bar. Quality carpets  throughout. Some furnishings to stay,  plus all appliances. Call Terri Hanson  for appointment to view, 885-5046.  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, 865-5046.  WILSON CREEK $18,800  This Is a seml-waterfront summer  cottage, approx 500 sq ft, one  bedroom and a fireplace In a cozy  living room. Lovely garden area and  2 extra buildings on property for  storage or conversion to a guest  cottage. Call Suzanne Dunkerton for  viewing, 885-3971.  COMMERCIAL  GIBSONS  Small thriving cafe business In the  heart of Gibsons. Call Suzanne for  moro Information, 885-3971.  -REED RD-GIBSONS $69.900.���  There's room for horses on this  excellent 5 acre parcel. Approx. 3  acres are well cleared with creek  and good soil for gardening. Home Is  well-maintained', ���. completely  remodelled. Stream-lined galley ^  kitchen, new bathroom, "old brick"'  fireplace plus full basement. Ray  Bernler, 885-5225 or Emilie .Henderson. 885-5383.  ROBERTyCREEK $__-__!!__���___  This unique and quality home Is  offered for your Inspection. 6  bedrooms, huge, living room with  floor to ceiling rock fireplace, kitchen  has brick heatilator fireplace. 5-1/2  acres with stream. Call for details  and ideas,- If you would like to be the  proud owner of this .Interesting  property. Emilie Henderson 885-5383  or Ray Bernler, 885-5225.  EAST PORPOISE BAY $104,900.  Unique ranch style home located on  level treed 3 acre lot with subdivision  potential. Rustic motif throughout  2600 sq. ft. in main house. Attached  one bedroom self-contained suite "  plus guest cottage. Truly a country  estate to be seen. Further Info with  Ray Bernler, 885-5225 or Emilie  Henderson, 885-5383.  ��� EAST PORPOISE BAY $9B,800  Imagine 8.92 acres close to Tllllcum  Bay Marina with a breathtaking view  of Sechelt Inlet ��� available now. 7 yr  old home has approx 1208 sq ft, a  fireplace, a/oll heat and double  garage. Call for appt to view, Corry  Ross, 885-9250.  ROBERTS CREEK $93,500  Searching for seclusion In a central  location? You will be truly amazed to  find this exceptional custom built 3  bdrm 1550 sq ft home located on 3  subdlvldable level acres, partly  woodsy, partly landscaped with an  aye to easy maintenance. Top quality  throughout, near good beach. For  appointment to view, call Corry Ross,  805-9250.  WATERFRONT  St.  _&_��.  H*��%'  LOTS  SAKINAW LAKE $124,900  Waterfront acreage ��� 16 acres plus,  2500��, lake frontage. Two bdrm  house and guest cottage, 2 floats and  boathouse. Private Bay. Call Ray  Bernler, 886-8241.  DAVIS BAY $79,900  Two bedroom home with unimpeded  view and path to beach. .Cedar and  glass abound In this thoughtfully  planned house. Full downstairs to be  developed to your own taste. Close  to all amenities. Call Terrl Hanson to  view, 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-  3971.  TUWANEK WATERFRONT LOTS  Side by side beauties' ��� 110' of  waterfrontage, priced at $26,500  AND 95' of waterfrontage priced at  $25,000. Gentle slope to water and  southerly exposure enhance these  properties. Phone Terrl for more  details, 885-5046.  WINN RD ��� GIBSONS $15,000  Here is a lot with everything. Extra  large & services, southern exposure  to water and mountainview. Close to.,,  all amenities. Call Suzanne to view,  885-3971.   .���:.,���-.   .  GRANDVIEW RD, GIBSONS $12,500  Here is the building lot you've been  looking for. Close to schools,  shopping & beach. Potential view to  ^l-wt7~Surroim^^'^by^udllry~7new~~  homes. Call Suzanne for more information, 885-3971.  PENDER HARBOUR $12,500  Lovely view lot overlooking Texada  and Lasqueti Islands. 70x290' approx.  Cleared and ready for building, beach  access close by, trailers permissible.  Phone Terri Hanson for more details,  885-5046.  REDROOFFS $7,500  Check the price & compare. This lot is  priced to sell. Excellent building lot  with easy access. Trailers permissible. Call Terrl for more Information.  SEMI-WATERFRONT $25,500  A good buy on a quiet large double  ended lot across from' small Marina.  Beautiful view. Call Terrl Hanson for  more details, 885-5046.  SELMA PARK $16,000  Large view lot with southern exposure. Close to beach. Access Is from  both Greer Road & Highway.  KEATS ISLAND $7,500  Nicely treed corner lot with a view.  Hydro & water available. 8x12 shed  to remain. Call Terrl Hanson.  ACREAGE  ROBERTS CREEK $110,000  Unique log and frame home. 5-1/2  acres treed property with stream. 6  bdrms, huge living room with floor to  celling fireplace, brick FP In country,  sized kitchen. 3 baths. Open for  offers. Call Ray Bernler or Emilie  Henderson, 886-8241.  FIVE ACRES ��� GIBSONS        $69,900  Well maintained home completely  remodelled with new kitchen and  bathroom. Approx three acres is  cleared and level with a small  stream. An excellent piece of  property. Call Emilie Henderson or  Ray Bernler, 886-8241.  2984)541  291-2881  CREEKSIDE PLACE  Residential Trailer  Subdivision  17 Fully serviced lots, situated  approximately 2 mile* northwest  of Sechelt, corner of Mason &  Norwest Bay Road. Level lots to  facilitate both single &,double wide  trailers.  0)  a>  %  $  ���N  /  X\_  ROAP  4  Is    N        s��'��>    i  ??���' ��� _    "'   _} _  *���'    _?  _/ jv''��T" i�� f"i��"��    "ii I. * ���i../t;(���������" ���  f    f   r 't.ii*  * 4-       '        4��   .   \        \        \        i  ti it '     \L f L   ,'"    ,   '��*��    >  it it       i* u        '�����*   \ v ���"'!" V-m'-V     \ ���   i r.    .........Xt.tAl __.. _     ��� fit  "��� "WT  \  MASON  ROAD  Lot 2 $12,500  3 $11,900  4 $12,500  8 $11,500  6 $11,000  7 $10000.  8 $10,000.  9 SOLD  10 Reserved  Lot 11 Reserved  12 $9,500  13 $9,600  14 $9,600  15 $9,600  16 $9,500  17 $9,500  18 $9,500  Please i��.ote Metric Measurements,  RAY B1RNI1R  886-5225  CORRY ROSS  885-9250  EMILIE HENDERSON  886-6383  SUZANNI DUNKERTON  885-3971  TIRRI HANSON  886-6046  ���Worth Voncouvw��� --    West Veweewer ���--����**�����*���.' ~��  ���,<w��SR.<>f����*..,,,.,��.,,.. ��.,���-.. ...f^ef*.-...--- -  4��*0ley �������� ~����� *Hw#eU ��W����   ,lS9W��|ll6thStrt<>! J 586 Marine prlvf       _       3343Klngsway JO SERVE Y9V 1P47.^ J.37��.h.��tr 30585 Prasfrrjwy ���.,.47J6 Marine Avenue^  MEMBER OF "RELOCATION SERVICES CANADA" REFERRAL SYSTEM ' Deserted toy report  Don Douglas visit  This week we had a very special visitor, climb the mountain to meet with the  Mr. Clarence Joe. Mr. Joe arrived^rith his���tantere^Sqjiamkh; ���  private boat the Hunachin Princess on       Mr. Joe also gave us some names for  Monday. The special guests didn't end our buildings. The girls'dorm is Tsoh-Nye  there though, Don,Douglas, chairman of Princess and the boys' dorm is My-ook  the School Board arrived Tuesday by meaning grizzly bear. The cookhouse is  plane. called Raven and the classroom Big  On Tuesday afternoon all of us took a Chief's Den.  ^J!B*_-HiJ__|d^\*^J^. Joe told m       Our second projfect has-just f been  stories of the village. He also told some of- completed. Some of the subjects areln-  us about a certain leaf called Lily-of-the- dian weapons, owls, dogfish and trees.  Valley that is used for healing wounds. The weather was great this week and  Mr. Joe told us many other different some of us decided to go water skiing. We  stories and legends.. He told about tribal didn't have any water skis so we used a  Twaja and^lfugdjlt- andJto-flg-Jge^^  places up here got their Indian names. and watched.   ~ "MrTJOewas raised at~Tsoh-Nye and he       Welthank; (3arehceiJoefor coming up to  told us that Tsoh-Nye was the largest see us. I think we have learned a lot from  village in the reserve; he said that he used his presence.  to spear salmon at Deserted River and Terry Allan  that the hunters of,the village used to Jennifer Hopkins  Halfmoon Bay  Combined one-room  school idea delayed  School District No. 46 board of trustees board to consider the teacher's workload  responded to the feeling of Halfmoon Bay and the number of levels at which the  parents and delayed enrolling kin- teacher will have to communicate ��� not  dergarten with grades one to three in the only in the classroom, but in the com-  one room school until 1980. munity.  The board agreed with District  Superintendent John Denley's alternative  suggestion to maintain the regulation (to  enroll K to 3 at Halfmoon Bay) but delay it  one year to allow parents to get used to the  idea and to get to know the new teacher.  Denley told the parents the board still  feels it is "educationally-sound to have  multigrade teaching" and he feels the  .parents' questions_of doubt can be answered in one year._  _ __    .-_  It is anticipated kindergarten  enrolment at Halfmoon Bay will increase  enough in 1980 to warrant a second  classroom.  If not, K to three will be enrolled in one  classroom next year.  The parents felt combining kindergarten with grades one to three would  -be a-,Jsevere detriment-to the children's  education.  The new teacher will be facing a new  class, new community and a new reading  program, they said. The parents asked the  Wednesday, May 2,1979  F  The Peninsula Times  PageB-7  VOLKER KAEMLING  GOVERNMENT LICENSED  SUNSHINE COAST PEST CONTROL LTD.  *Pre-Treatmen. of Buildings Under Construction  * For guaranteed control of Carpenter Ants, Rodents, Skunk* and  other Pests.  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  _^_^     -��&*  883-2531  NOW  MADEIRA   PARK   Elementary .Safety Bear. But it was worth it,  students could holler loud enough to . because Safety Bear taught them a lot  wake a hibernating bear and a few about pedestrian safety, once he  hoUera^er^nece-Sary-to-wake^i^^  KQK, AAOORBY, KOWBLUK & CO.  CERTIFIED GENERAL ACCOUNTANTS  JOHN W. AAOORBY, C.G.A. Resident Partner  BUSINESS -885-35 IT Residence - 885-2498  UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP  Our DINING LOUNGE Will Be Open   WAY 4, Dinners Only.  FRIDAYS SATURDAYS, & SUNDAYS.  ���    5pm-_U pm ���  QJou/t doste ^Kcn & ^wohd cnuite you to come by boat oft caft   & enjoy eKielfett. (pod at tmsombk pmoes. '__  ^Dcne wtffi us (mfkxktogjk boy.  GARDEN BAY HOTEL  Garden Bay  883*9919  883-2674  Solar Fair  starts today  British Columbia's first-ever Solar Fair  will be held at Robson Square in downtown  Vancouver today through May 6 with more  than 9,000 square feet of solar space and  hot water heating equipment on display.  Officially opening the exhibit at noon on  May 2 will be Charles W. Nash, B.C. Hydro  vice-president for corporate affairs.  The Fair, sponsored by Hydro, will take  place in the Media Centre daily from noon  to 9 p.m.  Sixteen distributors and manufacturers  will be showing the most up-to-date solar  equipment for residential use. Included  will be complete solar energy systems,  collectors, controls, storage tanks and'  associated hardware7  Available to answer questions on the  use of solar energy in homes will be Hydro  and trade specialists. At the end of the  Fair, draws will be made for door prizes  all of which will be energy conservation-  related, such as a solar cooker, thermal  patio doors and thermal grates for  fireplaces.  ting your  i^airin  Allpajid  for.  O  But too many British Columbians  *Wl  y.'i*',  ifmif ^_________.i  PEATH BENEFITS  * Many people are not  aware of the death  benefits payable by  various   Crpwn   agenclps.  * The Canada Pension Plan  will pay up to $1,043.00 on  tho death of a contributor.  This is In addition to tho  widow's pension.  * A veteran's family may  be eligible for a grant from  D.V.A. or the Last Post  Fund.  * At time c>f need, Devlin  Funeral Home will assist  the family In determining  eligibility for various  government or private  death benefits.  '-��� I>.A. BKVIJIN   owner- mil linger  ���';'(��� w*fcw im ���^rnkm^mm^m'  '    -.  l   '��� t U     <M ' M "   ,1 tr     I  I *!   i*  I  % M  I r   v*  have nothk-g to cpme home from.  D  They  are unemployed. ; 0 , In quiet despair. With  ��� is* %��  personal pride stripped ��*mO&ftttrt  the meyele she'd love to have. It's the r  winter coat she needs.) Q  Under the  Socreds In the last three years, an  - additional 27,000 individuals have been  added to the une*%lo;mettt list,  u More  f     .than l|Q9,uWhi$viduals in B.C. have  itothmgTto^c^mehptiielYiom; - 0  And the  Socreds foemselyes admit that, if  ��J> if  ���vL_i5__-:  carpenters,  �����  creation.  One more reason.  ^i��i, i^t.M��ti   +�����'**.*# .��)��>-**** ��.��.w��^%����,h(  For rnoro InformnMon:  ���Sources Ministry of Economic Development. BritiHh Columbia  Economic Activity! 107fl Review andOutlook, January, 1070.  **8ourc��i B.C. Ministry of Economic Developmunt, B.C. Koonomlc  Activity, 1070. B.C. Ministry of Labour, labour itcsonroh  ��l��iH!i����ii-N��-W*',i'*'^W(��^*^  *mwn^h w^M^��*i^t*i^mi^iffita^*��>*i^^  .  m^mmt*m^0^0^m^m^^f'*>^  i'\t  I* ,_��#-(.,<-����**��- ^Jtfjt*'**, Sl-#<*!ll'i*-;iJWls. f ���������'  ��t;?>*'<i*-s^'-iMN#V^^  p-*Wl^  "V  1 Allan J. Edwards at 'Creek Saturday  A rare treat is in store for any Sunshine   spired by his recent tour of Spain. Vancouver, and is president  of the   and watching a master painter at work,  Coasters interested in painting. Allan W,       Allan Edwards was born in Alberta,   Federation of Canadian Artists, an   don't miss his demonstratiori at 1 p.m. on  Edwardsof the Canadian-Federation-of���rais��d4n^etoriar5tudied^inJPorontorand���oi^aniaaaort-^rae^m-ia tn prnmnta fly   Saturday, May S at Roberts Creek.  PageB-8  Artists will give a demonstration of  watercolour on Saturday, May 5 at the  Roberts Creek Community Hall. At the  same time a one man show of his paintings  will be on at the Federation Gallery at 367  Water St. in Vancouver, some works in-  For Effective Representation  VOTE LOCKSTEAD  NDP Thurs, May 10  Authorized bv Mackenzie NDP  had his first one man show at the age of  seventeen. This launched him on a career  of portrait and landscape painting. He was  then offered a position as head of the  faculty of the Meinzinger Foundation in  Detroit,...   .     __    ...  _  He continued to exhibit in gaUeries and  shows in the East and in Europe, but the  West Coast drew him back after serving in  the war, when he settled in San Francisco.  In 1962 he moved back to Victoria, where  he opened a design studio, gallery and art  school.   At_ present  he   residence and design studio in West  works of B.C. painters and graphic artists.  So if you're interested in listening to  It's sponsored by the Sunshine Coast  Arts Council.  School mill rate  ii  Happy to be wrong"  School District No. 46 secretary-  treasurer Roy Mills told the board of  trustees last Thursday that the final  determination of the district mill rate is  3=__=5S_r_:*r- "significantly" below his . original,  estimate.  The mill rate has been set at 49.346  mills rather than above 50 mills as Mills,  had estimated.  "I'm always happy to be wrong in  circumstances such as this," he said.  ~-_-~Educ'��J_!_?^ not^  awarded could have reduced'tfie budgeFBy"  $14,000 and decreased the mill rate to  .49.229, but the board voted to transfer this  sum to the equipment repair section.  Mills cited the following reasons for the  lower rate:  ���The basic levy was set at 41 mills by  the provincial government, down from the  41.68 estimate, in December.  ��� Because assessed values have,  decreased, one mill raises $119,181, up 13  per cent from $105,193.  ��� The local $7,000 contribution to the  ministry toward the district, superintendents of schools' salaries is no longer  required.  ��� A credit of $12,883 was received for  adjustments, to assessment rolls last year  after thejnfflrate was struck.   ~~ ^x CTear^icsTpi-Stp^  for enrolment and special approval increases from September to December  1978.   ~  The board passed Tax Rate Bylaw No.  12 to adopt the annual budget and levy the  mill fate for 1979 school taxes.  Sechelt council's continuing hassle with  developers over parking requirements  may abate somewhat by next year if a  $6,000 grant is approved by the planning  services .branch  of  the  ministry   of  yfbsons  FOR TIMES CALL  S86-2827  :^S__^__SSmii^m^0S_W_W_______t^.  ...makes no  difference whojou  are, rou'M love  WaltBisneys  ___.  fX-Qll)  iv  TECHNICOLOR  SnrfTUOft IM-'��1_ -IImM 10 tMCQm. .  DISNEY HOLIDAY  1H| CLASSIC  SMBUONC  NOTE:  EARLIER STARTING '  TIMES FOR THE  YOUNGER CHILDREN  WED., MAY 2 - on�� show  7:30 P.M.  THURS., MAY 3 - on* show  7:30 P.M.  FRI., MAY 4 ��� ono show  8:00 P.M.  SAT., MAY 5 - 2 shows  2:00 P.M. MATINEE  ft 8:00 P.M.  For Evening  Times Call 886-2827  SUN., MAY 6  8:00 P.M.  MON., MAY 7  8:00 P.M.  TUES., MAY 8  8:00 P.M.  What John T.Booker  knows about the CIA  could get him killed.  GOOD GUYS  WEAR BLACK  Starring CHUCK NORRIS  Provincial  Elections Act  Province of  British Columbia  NOTICE TO PROVINCIAL VOTERS  ADVANCE  British Columbia Provincial General Election May 10,1979  Take notice that an Advance Poll will be held for registered voters who have reason     *  to believe that they will be unable to attend a polling place on Thursday, May-10,1979.  Advance Poll Dates and Times  Thursday, May 3,1979  Friday, May 4,1979  Saturday, May 5,1979  ...1:0Qp.m.*9:00p.m.  ...1:00p.m,-9:00p.m.  ...1:00p.m.-9:00p.m.  Advance Absentee Poll  If you're away from homo, but still Ip B.C. on Advance Polling  Days, you can vote In tho Advance Poll In whatever riding you  aro in. Go to tho nearest Advance Polling Station on May 3, 4  or 5 and request a special Absentee Ballot     '  Advance Poll Voting Location  MACKENZIE  Whittakor Block, Sunshine Coast Highway, Davis pay  Union Hall, Walnut Streot Entranco, Powoll River  Ocean Falls  EJolla Coola  Al Mantoannl, Returning Officer  K. L, Morton, Chief Electoral Offlcor, 2735 Camblo Stroet, Vancouvor, B.C,  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May 2,1979  For your sake  GERRY GRAY  municipal affairs.  The Sechelt village,council planning  committee is applying for the grant to help  fund a $9,000 study of lane and downtown  parking requirements and a study of  possible revision to zoning and subdivision  bylaws.  The remaining $3,000 is set aside in the  village's 1979 provisional budget for  planning purposes. The lane requirement  study and the revision study would be  completed by October, 1979 and the  parking study by December 1979.  ���Village planner Doug Roy saidthe  study will "rationalize requirements for  parking." *  Knowing how much parking is needed,  council can better estimate requirements  for each future development.  ��� Shared parking, where parking used  only in the day can be used by others at  night, will be studied. If developers can  reach agreements with each other, the  study may show in these cases parking  requirements could be modified downward, Roy said.  The size of parking spaces will also be  examined. Some developers feel the  Current requirement of approximately 10  feet by 20 feet per space is too large as  there is a trend toward smaller cars.  A study will determine also whether  current zoning and subdivision bylaws will  needrevising-to~c(mfonn"with_the^com^~  munity plan.  The village of Sechelt recently received  Its-1978 planning grant of $5,906, Roy said.  ; WASTE-WATCHERS HINT: Use only  cold water to operate your kitchen waste  disposer.  for  SOCIAL CREDIT  a concerned citizen  HONEST  CO-OP  VALUE  Smoked, Ready to Eat  Whole or  PORK PICNICS S Un b  Whole, Frying ft -  CHICKEN Fresh Grade A Ib.oU  Fresh AA  GROUND BEEF b.99  t  BOLOGNAby,h.pl_c_ ~hhh:h:77:ib. .89  WIENERS Country Morning, 1 lb. pkg   _U69  SIDE BACON Mop., uof ib. 1.69  GROCERY  Go-op  MARGARINE  1 Ib. Parch. Wrap  Old Dutch  POTATO CHIPS"m P.*  MACARONI &  CHEESE DINNERS  Co-op  7H ol  37.85  TOMATO JUICE co.p 48 oz  75  MAXWELL COFFEE . *.��,��*-^ ��\,^.   2.89  PINEAPPLE SLICE  Dole, crushed & chunks, 19 oz. .65  CREAMED HONEY b-.m.ih3Ik. 1.75  MACARONI cotdii, cut, 2 ib.....      .... .93  SPAGHETTI Catelll, Long. 2 lbs.......  . .7   .93  IfAAl   Am   Grape, Lemonade 4 Orange, 660g, *   ��a  rUIUL-HIV   Tropical Fruit Punch ...., i.*Rf  LUNCH BAGS �����*,... 2/.93  FACIAL TISSUES c.P. _ Piy. 200. .69  POWDERED DETERGENT t.... . ���r....... 3.59  CHEESE SLICES Kraft, _ i_>.  3.69  PAPER TOWELS c.p._ r.11. 1.19  DOG CHOW Purina, ,okB 6.79  BABY SHAMPOO Johnsons, 350 ml   2.09  PRODUCE  CORN on the  COB scobs ...  1.00  I  U 1 A 1 ULS B.C. # 1 Corns, 10 lbs  .99  WATERMELON    ib. .33  FANCY LETTUCE Romaln.  ..... ea. rw9  ORANGES Valencia....   ^ ��� -   FROZEN FOODS  , IfiP-sH I   rlCsO Swansons, 8 oz.....    ..(,...  DELUXE PIZZA McCains, 22 oi........  FISH & CHIPS Rupert, 30oi   2/.99  ,, 2.39  .., 1*89  WE SELL ICE!  DON'T FORGET OUR FAMILY ALLOWANCE CONTEST.  We Reserve the Right to Llrnl* Quantities  "*"Wit"Mf"^_^rti!T  Lower Olbsons, 886-2522  STORE HOURSt  Monday thru Thuriday   ��.j  Prldoy ,..,.' >.9  *ViAWM l U .. ...... I M , . 1.. ............. . .     M  Mc��_ .ffsKtlV* May 3, 4, fl  ft .':.���''���'���.'���     '/                '.- ���/',"' ���*"  ������ ���������' ���'.    '.'������..'���'     ;.  ��� ���   '������:   \   ���'  7  '���'' .7".���    '��� v��������� ���".-' \','-' '������'..'���_'.  ;   "���������   J ;v- - '   ���' ���.  :7-     ������   " ~"  -.:           '  ~\~~~  ...   . ... .     ....... ��� .,- '..-.���_  -  :'  :''."'���' ���    ���'������'��� "':        y          '  ������'.'���.              .          r-'~  -:J-.: ���"���"  _H  :���;���    ��� .... < '-i ���"���v.t ',.  Section C  Wednesday, May 2,1979  Pages 1-8  ��.*  Cup to Redskns  Sechelt Redskins edged by the Pender ; Goalkeeper   with   teammate   John  Harbour Bananas 2-1 Saturday to take the   Nickerson voted Best Defenceman.  soccer championship on a beautiful day at .      Most improved Player award went to  the Pender High School Held before a good ' Pender- Harbour's  Ray  Moscrip  and  crowTdTCTtbusiastic^supporters/ Stomper Jack Barnsley got the Hard Luck  : First goal of Uie game was an own goal v 78-79 award after breaking a leg in  by one of Bananas defencemen and the ��� Jarttfary that kept him out for the season,  winning goal was Wcked in by 16-year-old . wA��.TF,.WATrmrT.<? htmt- wtn-n a  Redskin Kevin August in a fine play,   fljgtonrtjSS^avSaSuS  9'^mm^i^m**<<m0��>mmmmm��0mmmitm<mir^~m��  mmmrntpmim  886-2919  GARDEN & PET-SUPPtiES_r  LET'S GET GROWING  STEER MANURE  3 bags TTmJf^-W  ^"limited Quantities  & NOW IN...  SUGAR SNAP PEAS  Kenny late in the game but it was too litUe       coverin_! f ireolace oneiilf_rwl__rscfeen  WBteas~ttir5.i-t^ ; gcoyenn�����qM��eopeningjmnscrgen  victory.  . In the, preliminary game, Wakefield  -Compere i^|^ one week Wlateaslliey  Use 'Times' Adbriefs to Sell. Rent. Buy. Swap etc.  <A-Vv '7;;;   completely overpowered the slumping  ^f,, Golden City Chiefs 6-1.   ,  - ^,u hh \       After leading 2-1 at the half, on goals by  Rprry Walker��� and-Al-Nickeraon,-~the \  Stompers" pumped in four unanswered T  goals in the second half. ;        *  Second half scorers were Al Nickerson, f  Stuart Craigem, Kelly Bodnarek ahd Tom ,  Pick^KenTKul-scorecFfor the.CWefs;__-JI  ACTION AT the net^r^  At tr^iby time it was Redskins for the  cup, Bananas runners-up, and Golden City  "C-fl-fe for league play with Wakefield  United as Most Sportsmanlike Team.  Most Valuable Player went to Redskin's Ricky August and Most Goals to  Wakefield Stompers' Al Nickerson with 32  goals in 20 games for a new league record.  Stompers' John Kruse was Best  AL LAZERTE  ���IMPROVE SEARCH AND RESCUE FACILITIES  ���EXPAND THL COAST GUARD  ���CONSULT SPORT AND COMMERCIAL FISHERMEN BEFORE  CHANGING THE REGULATIONS        P*B  Published by Comox-Powell River  Progressive" Conservative Association  AL LAZERTE  . wants to be   YOUR  member of parliament  GIVING IT the head . . .  RICKY    AUGUST  Valuable Player.  voted   Most  KEVIN  goal.  AUGUST  scored  winning  Minor hockey  awards night  The Sechelt Minor Hockey Association  wound up its 1978-79 season with its annual  awards banquet recently. Players on all  teams received a crest, ahd a ribbon or  imedal for their play-off results.  The Association will begin.its 1979-80  season Wednesday, May 2 at 7:30 p.m. at  Sechelt Elementary School with the annual general meeting. Election of officers  as well as initial planning for the upcoming season will be discussed. If we  hope to have a successful sixth season of  hockey, please come out and assist us In  our organization.  AWARD WINNERS 78-79  1. Most Sportsmanlike players: Pupa -  Paul Klassen, runner-up - Tony  Clarke ;Atoms - Greg Polok, runner-up  - Mike Eckford; PeeWee - Billy Stockwell,  runner-up - Darren Kohuch; Bantam -  Danny Brown, runner-up - Marti Carsky;  Midget - Kim August, runner-up - Wilf  Lethbridge and Juvenile - Herb Ono,  runner-up - Steve Ono.  2. Most Sportsmanlike team:, Twin  Creek.  3. Robilliard Memorial Trophy: Rory  Walker.  4. Coach of the Year: Chuck Brown  (Weldwood).  5. Special Awards: Dave Maedel, Gord  Clayton, Geoff Butcher, Steve Ono, Brian  Flay, John Rthorold, Ray Gravelle, Danny  Brown.  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Makes  you-appreciate the-wheel I'll tell you, and  the most envious at times like,this is a  motorized wheel, or two, or four.  some feasible-reason, "count 'em, there  are eight of us in here now" ��� but I still  feel guilty.   As a result of this I am forever stopping  for hitch-hikers who are only going a few  hundred feet. Sometimes I drive most of  the way home and never get the car out of  second-gear. Or the kid who-has been  kicked off the school bus. You know why he  is walking when he lights up a cigarette:  the stench suggests it is made from pencil  shavings and some unfortunate  classmate's pony tail. Once he gets the car  hazed up to his satisfaction, he checks out  his surroundings to see what other  discomfort he can inflict on me. These kids  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May 2,1919  Candidates for Provincial Election  Mackenzie Riding  Gerald David Gray of Powell River ���*���������7  Millworker - Social Credit *  Donald Frederick Lockstead of Powell River   Member of Legislative Assembly -New Democratic Pirty  Alio Mantoaul, Returning Officer  But^r^mg^ive^Me^ime^o-tfifi-kf���_nvwial)ly^mtTrr-Cte^-_ far as you are  even if the thoughts are blasphemous, and   going and would likely sit there smoking  it also gives one time'to ren-S-mberrl   all'iM^^toiStokalf^lvefftheTdiance  remember when we were young, a friend   in fact, it goes through my mind that they  n_aynrorcibly~i----Strthat_r-e-Ctend  journey. ������-  Then there are the girl hitch-hickers.  Why do I feel so guilty picking up a girl'  hitch-hiker? Why do I look around to see if  anyone is watching? I mean it is just as  hard for a girl to walk, isn't; it? Maybe  even harder the way they grind and swing  everything around.  When they get in the car they look at me  as if'to say "you dirty old man, what are-  you picking me up for ? I've got this big  rock in my bag and if you look at me  sideways I'll break your face". And there  I am feeling apologetic for.giving her a  ride.  "���How far you going? Earls Cove? I'd  like to go all they way with you, but I'm  just going to Sechelt". She begins to grope  in her handbag for her rock and I realize  I've put my foot in my mouth.  "Ah, nice weather isn't it" I say. By  now she has the rock half out of her bag  and is cowering against the door, still  dripping wet from her stand in the rain.  From her eyes I can see she's thinking  "God, I've got in the car with a crazy  man."   -  and 1 hilled-aeressrAlbertar-I-par-  ticularly "remember- the walking.- We  covered most of our miles that way. Even  to-day I feel guilty passing up a hitchhiker.-1 feel compelled to signal to him  Cougars rebound  Elphinstone's senior boys', rugby team  rebounded from a^8-0 loss to Hillside with  a pair of wins over Fraser Valley schools  last week.   The Cougars shut out Pitt Meadows 12-0  on tries by Tim Enns, Mike Partridge and  Jeff Mulcaster and trounced Queen  Elizabeth of Surrey 35-9 as big Ivan Dixon  broke loose for 23 points on three tries,  four converts $nd a field goal. Larry  lineker, Bob Dixon and Denie Turrenne  abo scored tries for Elphinstone.  both games Were played at Elphinstone. The Cougars will travel to Pitt  Meadows for a return match today.  Meanwhile, coach John Spence of.the  newly-formed girls' rugby team says Port  Coquitlam, .which beat Elphinstone 164  two weeks ago, may be in for a surprise  when the teams play again tomorrow, at  Port Coquitlam.  The novice Elphinstone team, which  has several Grade 8's in the line-up along  with senior players, has improved rapidly  since the shutout loss and will be bolstered  by a number of girls who had been involved in volleyball, Spence said. The  Elphinstone girls will host Garibaldi on  Tuesday, May 8. Garibaldi also held the  Gibsons team scoreless in the first encounter.  Cigarette butts are another problem.  You see I'm a reformed smoker who has  fallen off the cigarette wagon often enough  that my wife doesn't trust me. She can tell  if I even think about smoking and if there  is a cigarette butt in the ashtray, it had  better have lipstick on it.  So you see, sometimes driving a car  can be more dangerous than riding a bike.  At least on a bike I don't have to stop for  hitch hikers.  Keep strokin.  ladies golf  Sunshine Coast ties Capilano  NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING  MACKENZIE  I  SOCIAL CREDIT  CANDIDATE  GERRY GRAY  GIBSONS LEGION HALL  THURSDAY, MAY 3RD  7:30 P.M.  VOTE GERRY GRAY ON THE 10TH OF MAY  Sunshine Coast Ladies Golf Club tied  Capilano Golf Club in the first of. four  games for the Third Team Trophy at  Sunshine Coast Golf and Country Club  April 26.  ^The ThirdTeam concept was organized  by the CLGA for smaller golf courses on  the Lower Mainland who cannot field first  and second teams.  Eight team players are chosen in order  of handicap and the 18-hole match competition is played. Two games are played  Gray winning with net 70. Leila Comrie  came second with net 75.  For nine-holes-only, Isobel Cowley was  first with net 38 with Marian Alsager tying  for second with net 43. The better first six  holes were played by Marian, giving her  second place.  Cowrie St. 885-9330 Sechelt  U*^v?  Date Pad  May 2 -��� Family Library & Storytlme, WlUon Creek Community Hall, 11 ;30-  ��������� ������ ��� 1:00 pm.- - - ������     ��� - ���'������-������ " ��������������� '- ���������������" ���'��� ��� ������ ' ��� "������������  May 3 ~- Alcoholic. Anonymous MeetlrtQ, WlUon Creek Community Hall,  8:30 pm. 005-3896 or 866-3394 (or Info.  May 3~Roberti Creek Uglon Branch 219 Dingo. Early Bird 7, regular 6,  May 4 ��� Community Library, Wllidn Creek Community Hall, 2-4 pm.  May 3 ��� St/ Bartholomew'- Anglican Church, Olbtont, Rummage Sale, 10  am, Church Hall.  May 9 ��� Annual Guide & Scout Auction, Trail Bay Mall, 10 am-2 pm.  May 0 ��� Headttart Prenatal Ckutei, Mutk Rm, Chatelech, 7:30-9;30 pm.  Women up to 6 months pregnant welcome, Bring hutbandi. No charge,  Por further Into call 886-2228.  May 6 ��� Al Anon, St, Aldan's Hall, 8 pm.  May 10 ��� Sechelt Hospital Auxiliary Meeting, St. Hilda's, 1 ;30,  May 12 ��� Fun Fair, Cedar Orpve Elementary, 1-S pm. Franktrttteln movie,  garnet, etc,  May 13 ��� Women's Aglow Fellowship Lunch, Harmony Hall, lll30 am.  Ladlet of all ages welcome,  June 3 ��� 2nd Annual Fantastic Flea Market A Crafts Fair, Olbsons Winter  Club, 10 om-4 pm. Stall rental phone 886-9819 or 1106-7712. At Sunnycrest mall through Mayi Elphinstone Pioneer Museum presents an  exhibit: "Alrborn" ��� a history of aviation.  at home with the remainder away. The  Sunshine Coast ladies brought home the  trophy in 1978, the first year it was  presented. ~   ~      ~"  Sunshine Coast tees off next against  McCleery Golf Club at McCleery May 31.  Ih the irons-only competition April 24,  Kay Budd and Jean Todd tied with net 70.  Kay came out on top when the tie was  broken.  The nine-holers irons-only competition  saw Isobel Crowley with net 36 edge  Marian Alsager with net 37.  The first game of 10 Pin Rounds for the  CLGA Pin was played April 17 with Jean  Curling news  The last Curling season proved to be a  successful one under the capable supervision of president Larry Paradon and his  executive and also the careful planning of  past president Lionel McQualg.  The final windup will be, the Trophy  Dance to be held May 12 at the Arena, with  a Mother's Day Theme ��� the Fathers will  cook the Dinner! Happy hour from 7 to 8  and Dinner at 8. The Dance will feature  music by the Music Man. Trophies will be1  presented to the winners of the 78-79  season. Tickets are available from Lee  Davis at Davis' Curio and Specialty Shop,  1212 Cowrie Street, The price is |9 per  person.  Hurry and pick them up and we'll see  you all at the Dance.  MURRAY  NURSERIES LTD.  USE THIS 5PACI TO PROMOTE YOUR ORGANIZATION'S SVENTS.   ���     trSPttftCAtt #08-91.8..    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He was in his 95th year and, as his  friend Hubert Evans has  remarked  "They broke the   mold   after   Harry  Roberts was made.^ ��� r   The name Roberts Creek was given to  the area about 1892 for the Roberts family.  Thomas William (Will) Roberts came to  -VancouverabouM889-and-pre��empted  quarterH3ection^)f land on the eastaide^jf  the creek. He then sent for his parents  Thomas and Charlotte to Join him in  Canada and share in the development of a  new homestead.  Harry came from Redditch, England,  with his father Frank, his brother Tom and  Tom's wife Nancy, his younger brother  Bill, and sister Ida. They crossed Canada  by CPR arriving in Vancouver on Harry's  sixteenth birthday, June 29, 1900.' They  stayed over for the First of July  celebration with his grandparents who had  moved to the head of False Creek. The  i��xt dayh-S father, Harry, Bill and Ida left  in a dug-ouFIndian rahoeT(Tro\irup"to"  Roberts Creek. This canoe was made,  especially for Harry's grandparents by the  Sechelt .Indians. They spent two nights  enroute before landing on the beach of  Roberts Creek. This commenced Harry's  seventy-nine years of close association  with life on the B.C. coast and the  development of Roberts Creek in particular.  In 1905 Harry built his first log house  near the east bank of the mouth of Roberts  Creek for his bride Birdie Sissons of  Sechelt. Over the next twenty-five years -  he had much to do with the settlement's  development. First and with the help of his  father, they constructed logging and  shingle bolt cribbing as part of the Creek  - mouth's improvement.   ._  In 1907 Harry built his first store, about  the size of a garage with a big sign  "STORE" on the south gable to attract  passing boats. Supplies, mail and  passengers came by the Union SS Comox  which Harry met with a skiff and later a  power boat "The Midget".  About 1910. he started a sawmill in the  Creek mouth, supplying lumber for the  many houses now being built in the  Roberts Creek area, which was fast  becoming home and summer home sites  for Vancouver people. He supplied the  lumber for the thirteen bridges built when  the Lower Road was put through and also  the lumber for the first Government Wharf  in 1914. He shipped lumber by scow as far  as Buccaneer Bay and Tender Harbour.  He built the "LHR", a combined work  and pleasure boat which took him to  Vancouver for supplies as well as on many  holiday trips with Mrs. Roberts to  Parksville, V.I., where relatives of his  wife had located.  Harry has often told the story of his grandmother Roberts in 1901, taking nim to  a point where the wharf now stands, and  pointing east along the shore saying: "One  day I hope you will help get many little  houses built along that sunny shore where  little children can play in the sunshine. I  dream of seeing a government wharf and  fluenced by the natural laws his maternal  granny had taught him as a small boy in  whom "Uncy" had been an inspiration and  from whom Paul as a young boy, had  England. Some aeventy-yeaTS^mter he"l^rhed to design and buUd his ffrsTsfiff  ROBERTS FAMILY in England  about 1900 shows Harry, left to right,  Tom and Alice at rear with father  'steamers coming every d^y^Iivantyou to~  have the place namedthe Sunshine Belt."  Later, soon after-the wharf-was buflV  Harry did paint "Sunshine Belt" in big  white letters on the wharfs bright red  freight shed. This dream of his granny's  has no doubt influenced many of Harry's  activities around the Creek.  From as early as 1908 until the early  .twenties, Roberts Creek was a favorite  summer camping area and Harry Roberts  was a well known figure as he met the  steamer at the Government float for  passengers and freight in a small boat.  When the float broke'away during the  winter storms and was not replaced,  Harry used "The Midget" or often one of  his skiffs to meet the steamer during the  __week, _and _for j?f��k-ends_he _used "The  Midget" to push his lumber scow loaded  with 50 to 75 passengers alongside the  'steamed He was instrumental in getting  the Government to build a wharf at the  Creek mouth.  In summer a steamer called every day  with extra boats for week-end campers.  Sometimes as many as three hundred  campers would be waiting for a steamer  on the Roberts Creek dock of a Sunday  night. After the wharf was built, Harry  kept pace with the times by building a new  larger store ���his third store building ���  on the east side of the wharf. This added  much comfort for passengers waiting for  the steamer on wintery days as ample  inside shelter was a service he provided.  Along with the influx of people; summer cottages were now much in demand,  so Harry built and furnished several on his  property to rent. At this time he was also  building a new home for himself, a two  storey building with an octagonal shaped  conservatory attached. Later when a  turret was added this home became known  as "The Castle". Many unexpected  visitors spent a night in The Castle waiting  for the steamer to call the next day.  During this heyday of the development  of the settlement Harry still found time to  build a thirty-six foot yawl which he kept  in the creek mouth. He eventually named  Frank, Ida, Bill and mother Charlotte  before she died..     ���   -the yawl Chack Chack which ineant Bald  Eagle ih, Indian dialect. He carved the  ^ad of an eagle In the bracket supporting  the yawl's bowsprit, revealing the symbolic relationship of tills unique craft to the  freedom loving skipper of Chack Chack.  Many local youngsters, visiting campers  and the girls from the Kewpie Kamp have  happy memories of trips aboard Chack  Chack. Harry loved helping the young  people and some of his happiest hours  were spent with them. Many a young  sailor or boat builder got their inspiration  and skilful advice from "Uncle Harry" as  he was known to all.  However, as more people and increased business in the community  hampered Harry's freedom, he longed for  more open spaces and new challenges, so  "the earlyspfihg of 1925 saw'him withhis  niece Marjorie Roberts, daughter of Tom,  leaving Roberts Creek to live aboard  Chack Chack while he built a small house  for a winter harbour on Merry Island.  From this base they cruised the Gulf  Islands and coastal waters until Mar-  jorie's marriage in 1929, when he settled  on Nelson Island to establish a new  homestead.  His first cottage on Nelson Island was  built in Chack Chack Cove which provided  a mooring for Chack Chack and the second  sail boat he had built, a schooner called  "Leyo" after his two children. Later he  built a larger and more comfortable house  overlooking the open sea of Malaspina  Strait and the great granite rocks of Cape  Cockbum, a new home for his wife Cherry  and their children Yolana, Leep and Zoe.  This homestead "Sun Ray" in the  wilderness with its beautiful house made  of large logs, granite rock, five split level  floors of cement and unique sunray windows, and its bountiful garden and orchard, epitomized Harry's tremendous  energy, creativity, imagination, skill, love  of beauty and reverence of nature. For  relaxation he turned to sketching and oil  painting and several of his canvasses were  later shown in the Vancouver Art Gallery.  His philosophy of life was greatly in-  wrote and published a booklet "Natural  ���I_aws".-He~a_so wrote and^ublished the ~  Trail of Chack Chack, the fascinating  story of his first years on the coast.  v    In 1950 he started-to-build at Sun Ray.  his third sail boat Chack Chack HI which  unfortunately was never launched. It too  had its bowsprit support -jf-JL-sarge^ancL  more detailed carved eagle bead.  After his wife Marjorie's~death in 1968  he lived alone at Sun Ray on Nelson Island  until three years ago when Mr. and Mrs.  H.T. Frederickson of Hidden Basin took  him to their home so that he could remain  on Nelson Island in the wilderness beauty  he cherished.  Seaplane transportation  connects tjiem to the outside world. It is:  interesting to note that Harry in his-  nineties took to flying in and out of Hidden  Basin in a small aircraft as jubiliantly as  he took to the sea in his Chack Checks ���  maybehe^eltTis free fls^ff eagle.���-���  Two - years - ago- the Roberts Creek  History -C_omn^ttee7__writ-ngi._"Remem-.  from lumber cut in Uncy's sawmill from a  beachcombed cedar log" at~Siur Rayrex--  pressed his gratitude for knowing Uncle  Harry by, designing, and with the help of  -Ms father, handcrafting a beautiful all  Page C-4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May 2,1879  wooden casket for their Uncle's last  resting place. On the lid Paul carved an ���  Eagle's head, a fitting tribute to Skipper  Chack^ Check's free spirit.  The funeral service for Mr. Roberts  was held at the Devlin Funeral Home on  April 12-toHSea-View-Cemetery,-Roberts-  Creek, with the Rev. Ted Dinsley officiating. Many friends and relatives  gathered together tp pay their-last  respects to this beloved Pioneer,  Hany Roberts is survived by his sister  Mrs. Ida Copeland in Victoria (now 92  years old); son Lee Roberts, daughters.  Yolana Mortinsen and Zoe Lloyd, and their  children; nieces and nephews and their  children, one of whom remarked lovingly  "It seems like the end of an era, we've  known him all our lives."  ���Charles J. Merrick.  bering Roberts Creek'* had an unexpected  surprise when Harry Roberts "flew .in"-to  their meeting being held at the home of  Charles and Betty Merrick. Their home is  situated .on part of the original piece of  Harry's property next to the Castle at  Roberts Creek. Harry, with his trim grey  beard and wearing his tartan tam-o-  shanter and carrying a crooked Irish  walking stick, certainly looked the part of  the Old Laird of Roberts Creek. The  Committee had the honour of chatting with  one of the pioneer Roberts they had been  writing about, and of helping Harry  celebrate his ninety-third birthday. They  will long remember that day.  . Harry, before his death, had been in St.  Mary's Hospital, Sechelt for three months.  Although- his "strength was graduallyT  failing, his handshake was as firm and  strong as ever. He always had wonderful'  hands that seemed able to perform  - anything thought up by his active mind. He  alsct seemed able to adapt to an environment where he felt content. He often  expressed his appreciation of the hospital  staff's care for him and the interest they  had taken in his long journey down life's  road. \^~  His great-nephew Paul M^ick -to  more-time-to-brag-about  the FTD BIG HUG?  BOUQUET Early! She'll love  these fresh, happy flowers  exclusive FTD Hand-  Painted Ceramic Milk Can  . Call or visit us today,  can send Mother's Day  - flowers, plants almost  anywhere-the FTD way.  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S|onsoredb|  Sechelt Teachers'Association  mm0mmm  mmm  .* h^=  Wednesday, May 2,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageC-5  Coast Cable asks $1 TV rate hike  4   CoasTX3ai)Ie_Vls_dir Ltamas Ti__��ie���appU^attoo/cpblevtaioh rates would be  application to the Canadian Radio-   adjusted October 1,1979.  Television and Telecommunications  �� Commission to increase the monthly cable  iJ^-evision"service rates presently in effect.  /The cable Company's proposal would  mean a $1 pqr month increase ior subscribers between Langdale and West  i Sechelt. Halfmoon Bay subscribers would  see a 50 cent per month increase if the  p^appUcatWlslaEpfovedr  Make your choice  DOM LOCKSTEAD  Thurs., May 10  Authori.-- by Mockemlo NDP  ���ThrXOTtrw-lTbeneoeeting in VafF  couver on June 19,1979 to consider this and  many other such applications.   A Company representative stated that  "the increases sought would help to  compensate for the increases in operating  costs that the (Sable System has incurred  *L:\   over the past three years.  "One of the more notable increases was  the B.C. Telephone Company's pole rental  ���chargesrfor-this area which took a 50 per  cent jump on September 1,1978."  ie Gompanyalso intends tolntroduce  regular Community programming, such  as the Pioneers Series shown recently,  within two years of a positive decision  from the CRTC.  Should the CRTC approve the pending  WORK IS progressing well on the      wormald of b & u Construction his   Lower Mainland and keeps toLlocaL  ^Janbwslti*>wned~Gibsoi-S wateitom^^  jflarine^b-f_slocalcontra(to^  AL LAZERTE  For your sake  for  GERRY GRAY  SOCIAL CREDIT  a concerned citizen  Christian Science  "... before they call, I will answer; and  while they are yet speaking, I will hear"  (is 65 24) ���  Praying to God need not be pleading,  but rather, acknowledging His goodness.  "In Science and Health with Key to the  Scriptures, Mary Baker Eddy writes,.  "Shall we plead for more at the open fount,,  which is pouring forth more than we accept?" (Pg 2)  ���REDUCE FOREIGN CONTROL OF OUR ECONOMY  ���ENCOURAGE CANADIANS TO INVEST IN CANADA BY OFFERING  TAX INCENTIVES  ���RECOGNIZE PROVINCIAL OWNERSHIP OF OFF-SHORE MINERAL RESOURCES  P+G  Published' by Comox-Powell River  Progressiva Conservative Association  'IP-'I};  AL LAZERTE  wants to be  ' YOUR  member of parliament  I  ~r-    f> Idrf-vr  ��c  Simmjc/test  Shopping  Centoe  for Sv&uft&iKQ  ym'tt wen need.  WW  UPHOLSTERY &  BOAT TOPS  Mattress  Toppers,  queen size  *12���� ea.  866-7310  Windsor  Sunthlne Ctt. Hwy.  Olbtont.  YOUR  PORT MELLON INDUSTRIES CREDIT  UNION-GIBSONS ,-  '*4ttwCne tie t-wttte CMuee_90e '  * Loans  * Mortgages  *W*��'  * Best Saving Rates  LOCATED NEXT ��TO  -   THE BUS DEPOT.  886-8121  HIRE AN  EXPERT IN  TILE SETTING  886-9505  FREE ESTIMATES V  NO OBLIGATION  Don't be sorry  years later.  S&T ��� WR - Comm-Dev  VHF ��� SSB  DRIFTWOOD CRAFTS  MARINE  ELECTRONICS  next to Dogwood  Cafe, Lower  Glbtont.  CDE & Browning CB  Auth. 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C&S HARDWARE  Check us out  for  BINOCULARS  & TELESCOPES  ^Specializing In Ladies & Mens  Cuts _.Styling,  Coloring,  _.        ..        Blow Drying.       ,  P"v     A    Lon9' soft. w��sh & \*  iJ   -~r^, .-    wedr Perm's.        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It  is truly exciting to see the growth in a;  person's self-image; this is sucTfJin important key to successful living.  This past week about 20 people participated in a workshop about power and  conflict ��� two elements which constantly  surround us. A positive focus was stressed  in developing one's own awareness and  sense of personal power -*��� learning to  control oneself, not other people becomes  important.  ���Learning-torhandle���conflicts���mo  effectively is an important tool. Just  WHICH WAY do we go? A lot of are needed to guide visitors to the  changes have taken place around St. right areas until things are organized  Mary's Hospital lately and volunteers   enough to post direction signs.  -  For your sake  GERRY GRAY  *" SOCIAL CREDIT  a concerned citizen  Attend  the Church  ���of  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Service and Sunday School each Sunday  at 11:30 a.m., Wednesday Evenings 7:30.  All in St. John's United Church,  . Davis Bay  Phone 885-3157, 886-7S82,   ���^_-_Seche_tP.O.-Box 1514  your choice  UNITED CHURCH  9:30 a.m.---St. John's. Wilson Creek  11:15 a.m.- Gibsons  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  Rev. T. Nicholson, Pastor  TIMES OF SUNDAY MASS  7:00 jp.m. Sat. eve at St. Mary's, Gibsons  9:00 a.m. Our Lady of Lourdes, on  thei Sechelt Indian Reserve  10:00 a.m7at The Holy Family Church in  Sechelt.       ,  12 noon at St. Mary's Church in Gibsons  focussing upon how we do reacfto conflict  give us a new insight into our personal  actions.  This workshop was the last in a series  presented primarily by Harriett Dennisen,  a volunteer from the Vancouver Volunteer  Centre. Her easy manner and expertise  was well received by the participants. The  general reaction to the workshops was  very-positive���People HEelt-an-increased  awareness, about themselves and more  positiveness in communicating and  dealing with other people.   Volunteers continue to be needed in the  community. Here are some opportunities  to consider:  ST. MARY'S HOSTS AND HOSTESSES  Hosts and hostesses" are needed to help  visitors find their way around St. Mary's.  With the expansion of the hospital many  people are finding it difficult to reach their  destinations. Volunteers are needed from  6:30 to 8:30 each evening from Monday  thru Saturday and for. two hour shifts  throughout Sunday. Meeting the public  and assisting then with directions should  be an enjoyable opportunity for many  people on the coast. Hopefully enough of  you will respond so that many will share  this task. The need is present NOW and we  .would _ like. _to __ begin���the__ orientation  program immediately. Why don't you  involve yourself?  TEACHING ASSISTANTS  Volunteers are still needed to help in  the schools working on a one to one basis  with children. Cedar Grove has made a  special appeal for assistance. Four  volunteers are needed from Monday to  Thursday for two hours in the afternoon.  You really could make a difference to  some young students. Volunteers are  needed in other schools also. Please ���  could you make a two-month commitment  to help?  ASSIST WITH PRE-NATAL CLASS  One or two volunteers are needed to  assist the public health nurse with a prenatal class to be held on Monday nights  from May 22 to June 25 in Sechelt. The  volunteer (male or female) would have a  variety of involvements including  looking after projecting films, assisting  with breathing exercise, collecting dues,  etc. This would be an enjoyable learning  experience for a mature individual interested in following the materials included in pre-natal development.  ADULT DAY CARE  Help is really needed to assist at the  Adult Day Care in Gibsons. You are  needed to help prepare and serve meals,  listen and talk to clients, play games such  as bridge, bake snacks (this could be done  at your"house) or show slides. If you like  ^i^dicapsi^ybu7^  ;;)i_^nj^  77 One or two^wli-hteem ar^  spend two hours on a Monday or Wednesday morning visiting with a very  elderly man in Wilson Creek. He loves to  play crib, chat and to take short walks.  DRIVERS  Again we appeal for help with driving  people to medical appointments, etc. If  more of you would qllow us to have youf  name on the,'on-call4istrthe4oaoV���et-_  shared by many people. You don't have to  stay in the house waiting for a call���if you  -are-near-the phone^arid free when-a-call-  comes through, that's greqt Otherwise,  someone else will be called.  These are only a few of the volunteer  opportunities available. If you have any  time to help someone (even % hr. a week)  please call the Community Services  Volunteer Bureau at 885-3821.  COME-STAY-WITH-US  at ENGLISH BA Y near STANLEY PARK  in beautiful downtown VANCOUVER  Single    $23.00 Double $26.00  Twin     $29.00 Suites from $40.00  TOLL-FREE   800-268-8993  1755   DAVIE STREET   VANCOUVER   B.C.  V6G 1W5  TELEPHONE (604)682-1831  '     �� -   _,'  >��       &���'/' V<>,_s   ..   ���      t _.  .4SechelL8854��12Ki2  -Gibsons, 8864214HH  '*  DON LOCKSTEAD  Mackenzie  m.u_.J I... *_..-_._....__ una v     "  jouthorlzed by Mackenzie NDP  ttt��siyr.>..w.j.r-��.ft*'.��*..  Coast Business Directory  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts * Sales * Service,  ��� Rotor Lalhor Service lor Di��c Brakes  and Drum Brakos  ��� Valve and Seat Grinding  ' All Mako. Serviced       Dalsun Specialists  Gibsons  Phono 886-7919  ECONOMY AUTO PARTS LTD.  Automobile, Industrial  and Body Shop Supplies  Sechelt  885-5181  BLASTING  Tod's Blasting & Contracting Ltd.  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CONTRACTORS  Comploto Building Insulating  Interior & Exterior Painting  .  Roofing, Shakos  & Apshalt Shingles  PRE! ESTIMATES  885.9272  ELECTRICIANS (cont'd)  ROB HAGAR  Electrical Contracting  Eves: 886-9261 Days.886-2756  FLOORING ��� CABINETS  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  Kitchen Cabinets  Speclalltsts In Remodelling  886-9411  Showroom In Twilight Thoatro, Gibsons  KENDaVRIESaSONLTD.  FLOORCOVERINOS  CARPETS .TILES ��� LINOLEUMS ��� DRAPES  OIBSONS t SECHELT  885-3424  T  HEATING  LANDSCAPING  SPRING SPECIAL  ROTTED MANURE from EAST DELTA  ALSO FINE BLACK TOPSOIL  PHONE 576-1870  LANDSCAPING (cont'd)  i EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING  and  GARDEN MAINTENANCE  For an ever-blooming garden  fruit tree pruning  WILLIAM BORAGNO     Free Estimates  (Bango) 886-5033  SECHELT ORIENTAL LANDSCAPING  Landscaping * Pruning * Shaping  Willie Takohashl  Call after six 885-9890  PEST CONTROL  SECHELT METAL PRODUCTS  LTD.  GENERAL SHEET MiTAL  Domestic, Commercial, Industrial heating    '  and Air conditioning,  885*2466.  PIED PIPER COMPANY LTD.  BONDED PEST CONTROL SERVICES  call Paul M. Bulman at 434-6641  70ft lQllley Ave, Burnaby  REFRIGERATION   BILL ROBERTS  REFRIGERATION AND  AIR CONDITIONING  -    SALES 4 SERVICE  To stores, offices, restaurants, A marine  GOV'T CERTIFIED TECHNICIAN  083-9461 883-264(1  RENTALS  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  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CharUe's  Angels  Real People  Confd  Academy  Awards - of  Sha Na Na  Cities:   ���  Leningrad >  PoUtlcal ' v  Family Feud ���  Jefferson.  Movie:  Torn Between  8 is Enough  Cont'd*.  Charlies  Angela   American  BaUet  Confd.  Cont'd.  The Africans  Cont'd.  Unknown War  Confd.  Crosswits  Merv Griffin  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Cont'd.  Nana Mouskouri  Confd  10:00  10:30  11:00  11:30  The Ropers  Watson  Report  National News ���  Night Final  VegaS  Confd.  News  Police Woman,  Country Music  Cont'd. -  News       '  Tonight Show  TJ3.A. -  Watson Report  News  Confd.     ���   2 Lovers  Cont'd.  News  Late Movie  Vega$  Confd.  News  ' Confd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Advocates  Cont'd.  News  Dating Game  Odd Couple  Gong Show  Raffles  Confd.  Dr. in House  Rockford Files  Case of Yolande  McShane  Sports Page  Confd.   Thursday, May 3  Wednesday, May 2, llff9  The Peninsula Times  Page C 7  No. 1 IN COLOR TV  [  Now Open Mondays-Saturday, 9:30 ant-5:30 pm  SUNSHINE COAST T.V.  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Movle:  Way Way Out  Art Cart *  Once Upon  Over Easy  Behavior  Confd.  Confd.  Popeye  Banana SpUts  2's Company  M.A.S.H.  Razzmatazz  ��� My 3 Sons  Confd.  Cont'd.  Party Game  Spiderman  4:00   "Sherlock Holmes  4:30,   Mr. Dressup  5:00     NHL Playoffs  3:30     Confd.  $6,000,000 Man  Confd.  News  Cont'd.  ContU  Cont'd.  Carol Burnett  News  Price is Right  Cont'd.  Hockey  Playoffs   Mike Douglas  Cont'd.  News  Confd.  Cont'd.  Confd._.  $6,000,001) Man  Cont'd.  Sesame Street  Confd.  Mr. Rogers  Electric Co.  Super Stars  Leave to Beaver  I Love Lucy  Part. FamUy  Funorama  Brady Bunch  I Love Lucy  Andy Griffith  Petti.   Junction  Bewitched  News  Confd. .  4:00  4:30  7:00  7:30  Cont'd.  Cont'd,  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  P.M. Northwest  Exploration     Confd.  Cont'd.  Seattle  Match Game  Confd.  Cont'd.  Confd,  Cont'd.  Confd.    -  Mary T. 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Dick Cavett  My 3 Sons  Dating Game  Bob Newhart  7:00  Mary T. Moore  P.M.  Northwest  Seattle  Incredible  Delta House  News  Hogan's  Heroes.  Bob Newhart  Joker's WUd  Vancouver _  7:30  Inventors  Muppet Show  HoUywood Sqs.  Hulk  Joker's WUd  Circus  Gardening '  Tic Tac Dough  Cont'd.  8:00  AU in Family  FamUy  - Cont'd.     -    -  -  Diffrent Strokes  Hollywood  Challenge  Incredible, Hulk  Diffrent Strokes  Wn. Review  Movie:  Crosswits  Confd.  8:30  PoUtlcal -  -Hello Larry  Confd. .  HeUo Larry__ ~~  Wall Street  Roustabout  Merv Griffin  Cont'd.  9:00  Search for  Ike Pt. 2  Rockford  Search for  Dukes of  Dukes of  Theatre  Confd  Confd.  At the Forum  9:30  Stan  Confd.  FUes  Stars  Hazzard  Hazzard  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  ContU  10:00  Wlnslow & Son  Cont'd.  The Duke  National  Boston Goes  Rockford   FUes  Royal  News  Raffles  Hot City  10:30  Cdn. Authors  ContU  Confd.  Geographic  to China  Confd.  Heritage  Dating Game  Confd.  Confd.  11:00  National News  News  News  News  News  News  Austin City  Odd Couple  Dr. in House   ���  Sports Page  11:30  Night Final  Kentucky Derby  Tonight Show  Confd.  NBA Playoff  Confd.  Confd.  Gong  Show  Xate Movie  Confd.  Saturday, May 5  CHANNBL 2  CHANNBL 4  CHANNBL 5  CHANNEL 4  CHANNBL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00  12:30  1:00  1:30  Sports  Weekend  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Am. Bandstand  Action  World of  Sports  Ba.eWail:  Mariners  at Boston  ContU  Sportsweekend  Cont'd.    .  Confd.  Confd.  Space Academy  Fat Albert  Ark n  30 Minutes  Feel Like  Dancin'  CIAO .  McGowan  Footsteps  Turnabout  Movie:  Lavender  Movie:  Beach Ball  Confd.  ContU  Space Academy  Fat Albert  Perspective  Dr. John White  100 Huntley St.  Confd.  Merrle  Melodies  Private Life  2:00  2:30  3:00  3:30  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Mr. Chips  Hoe. Hoe  , Kentucky Derby  _ CohtU  Jonl&j*-''^-  Houston Open  Cdnfd.  Mpvle: .  Apache   Cont'd.  Confd.     '<  Golden Years  Senior "CHef '���"  Workshop  Emergency  One < ���\,      _..__  Sports"        -   ���  Kentucky  'Derby --  -Wrestling  Confd.  HiU Mob  Women In Art  Oil Painting    .  Lowell Thomas  Movie:  Tarzan & His  Mate  Cont'd.  700 Club  Confd.  Outlook  Monkees  Money Talk  WrestUng    .  Confd.  Gastown  4:00  4:30  5:00  5:30  Reach\ for Top  News  NHL Playoffs  Confd.  ' F T-bop  Movie:  < Boy on  Dolphin  Cont'd.  Point of View  Sports   Legends  News  Gardening  McGowjn  NHL Hockey  Playoffs '  Spectacular  Confd.  Havoc Struck  News  World of  Sports  Stann Kann  You Tell Us  Firing Line  Cont'd.  Symphony  ��� Cont'd.  TwUIght Zone  Confd.  Bionic  Woman  Funorama  Our Gang  Ruff House  30  Minutes  Theatre  Confd.          f  Confd.  Global Weekend  4:00  4:30  7:00~  7:30  Cont'd.  Confd.  Cont'd.  Confd.  Cont'd.  News  Lawrence   Welk  ContU  Cont'd. ....  Animal World  Wild Kingdom���  Gong Show  Cont'd.  ContU  ���Cont'd.��� -������  Cont'd.  News  Price is Right  :$1.98Be��Uty   FamUy Feud  News  Cont'd.  Once Upon  JuUa ChUd  Star Trek  .      .  Cont'd.  Weekend  ^Cont'd.  Name  Tune  Movie:  Lively  Country  Nashville  B.J. __ the  Bear  Nova  Cont'd.  Hee Haw~r~^    ~  Confd.  Western'-"Front  Confd.  8:00  8:30  9:00  9:30  Concert  Paper Chase  Cont'd.  The Goodies  Happening  Delta House  Love Boat  Cont'd.  Chips  Cont'd.  B.J. & the  Bear  Chips  Cont'd.  How the West  Was Won  Bad News'Bears  Bean's of Boston  Movie:  Take a Hard  Soccer:  Vancouver  Vs San Jose  Cont'd.  2 Ronnies  Dad's Army  Cross Country  ContU  Hee Haw Hon'ys  Nashville  Cont'd.  Country N.W.  Topper  Returns  Cont'd.  Movie:  Confd.  Cont'd.  Love Boat  Confd.  10:00  10:30  11:00  11:30  Survival  Cont'd.  National Newa  Night Final  Fantasy  Island  News  Late Movie  Supertrain   .  Cont'd.  News  Sat. Night  Confd.  Cont'd.  News  Cont'd.  Ride  Confd.  Movle:  Case of Rape  Fantasy  Island  News  ContU  Confd.  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Review  War of the  World     ' .  Confd.  1:00  Country   Can,  Confd  Co. Canada  & 11  Terry Winters  Movie:  Rev. Solbrekken  Confd,  1:30  Hymn Sing  NFL Great  Sportsworld  Hymn Sing  Confd.  Global Paper  Movie: Abbott &  P.T.L. Club  Movie:  2:00  V.I.P.  Teams  Cont'd.  Movlei  Cont'd.  Second Chance  ContU  Costello Meet  Confd.  City Beneath  2:30  Gallery  American  Confd. .  Prudence _c  cont'd.  ContU  Confd.  Invisible Man  Confd.  the Sea  3:00  Music to See  Sportsman  World of  Week In Ball  the Pill  Emergency  Movie:  Confd.  Movie;  Cont'd.  Morris  Cerullo  Confd.  3:30  Sky Begins  Road Atlanta  Cont'd.  One  Death Is a 7  Confd.  Soldier of  Wrestling  4:00  Political  Sports  Great Am. Game  Paths of Paddle  National  Point Favorite  Confd.  Fortune  Perspective  Confd.  4:30  Man Alive  Confd.  Tony Brown  Man Alive  Geographic  In Search Of  Question Period  Untamed  World  Royal  Oonfd.  Phil Silvers  Horst Koehler  3:00  News  Husky Football  Meet the Press  Student Forum  Heritage,  Bionic  Movie:  News  3:30  Spread Wings  Confd.  News  McGowan  David Horowitz  ; Show Blz  German Soccer  Woman  Tarzan Goes to  Confd.  ��iOO  World of  News  Confd.  News  News  News  Confd.  Star Trek  India  Sports Probe  G. Hamilton IV  4:30  Disney  Confd.  How Come  Travel '70  Around Here  Prov. Lottery  World  Confd.  Confd.  7:00  Beachcombers  Osmond  World of  Beachcombers  00 Minutes  Osmond Family  Confd.  The  60 Minutes  Western Front  7:30  Loto Canada  Family  Disney  Movie:  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Life Around Us  Virginian  Confd.  Confd.  ���i00  Confd.  Fantasy -  T.B.A.  Sanctuary  All In family  1 Day al a Time  Johnny Cash  Cont'd.  Close to Homo  Confd.  Donahue  Confd.  ���:30  3'a Company  Island  T.B.A.  Movie:  of Fear  ContU  Confd.   i  Public  Confd. ��  1 Day at a Time  JiS  Dallas  Ike Pt. 3  ' Alice  Lou Grant  Theatre  Affairs  Cont'd.  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Sherlock Holm-s  Stationary   Ark  Partridge Fam,  All In Family  36,000,000  News  Confd.  Cont'd.  Confd.  Movie:  Banyon  'CohtU"  Confd.  Carol Burnett  Newa  School Broad,  Take 30  Bob MoLean  Confd.  Nows  As World  Turns  Ouldlng Light  Sanford & Son  Price Is Right  Confd,  News  Cont'd.  i-inaT'  Confd,  News  Alan Hamel  Cont'd.  Adam 12  CHANNBL 9  Wings  CHANNBL 11  Mike Douglas  Confd,  Newa  Confd.  Another World  Cont'd;     ,  Movie:  Hard Contract  Zebra      Music Place  Hook-. Look  Measure Up  Nqw��  Adam-ll  Movio:  Broken Arrow  CHANNEL 12  Donahue  Confd,  Lovo of Life  All. In Family  CHANNIL 13  ISSUE NO. 1  VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA  JUNEl 9,H 979r9:00-P.Mr^������  The Canadian Radlo-tslevlalon and Telecommunications  Commission will hold a Public Hearing beginning on June 19,  1979 at the Sheraton Landmark, 1400 Robson Street, Vancouver,  British Columbia to consider the following:  PACIFIC AND NORTHERN REGION  COAST CABLE VISION LTD., 5381-4BTH  AVENUE, DELTA. BRITISH COLUMBIA.  V4K 1W7  SECHELT, BRITISH COLUMBIA  [790284700]  Application for authority to change the subscriber fees from  those presently authorized by the Commission for Sechelt,  British Columbia as follows:  Fees  Installation fee  Monthly fee (Sechelt)  (Halfmoon Bay)  Installation fee  Monthly fee (Sechert)  (Halfmoon Bay)  ' Present Max. Fees  $25.00  $ 6.50  $ 8.00  Proposed Max, Fees  No Change  $ 7.50  $ 8.50  AU My  Cont'd,  Children  Vancouver  Confd.  Cont'd1.  Cont'd.  18,000,000  Man  Cover to Cover  Muslo  Ovor Eaay  Survival Kit  Sesame Street  Confd.  Mr. Rogers  Eieotrl-  Co,  Confd.  Cont'd,  l'opeye  Banana Splits  Super fltura  Leave to Uonvor  I Love Lucy  Part.  Family  Blessings  M.A.S.H.  Gong Snow  My S Sons  News  Cont'd,  Mary T, Moore  Reach For Top  TfiW"  10:30  11:00  11:10  Cont'd.  Cont'd,  PM Northwest  Stand By  mvm Mag,  PoUtlcal  National News  Night Final  NeUol^Sfiir*  Cont'd.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Seattle  HoUywood Sqs,  Oonfd.  Cont'd.  Chopper Squad  ContU  Cont'd,  Mary _, Moore  Nowlywd o��vmo  Jokers Wild ��  -olUrcoait-r  Confd,  Confd.  Playboys 20th  Anniversary  News  Late Mqvlo  Movie  Cbrit'd7  Whodunnit  News  Tonight Show  itt  Wal  Anger"  Lawrence  Nows Mag,  Political  News  Cont'd,  ill  WK-iP  News  Confd.  Makln' It*.  Carter Country  ��  Lou Qrnni  Cont'd,  News  Late Movie  Kenny Rogsrs  A Mali Called  Intrepid   Studio See  Dlok Cavett  Nowa  News  Ml Mover's '  Comedy  Europe  Cont'd,   Bewitched^  My 3 Sons  Uogan'a  Heroes  Dob Newhart  Funorama  Brady Munch  1 Love Lucy  Andy Griffith  Confd.  Confd.  Party Game  Spiderman  I'uttl.   JUnctlon  Bewltohod  News  Confd.  Pt. 1  Cont'd,  News  Cont'd.  Cc  ; Moviai    . .  Film Flam Man  Confd,  Nowlywed Game  Dating Qame  JokcrU WUd  Tlo Tao Dough  Carol Durnott  Dob Nowhart  Vancouver  Cont'd.  Crosswits  Morv arlffln  Confd.  Confd.  Cont'd.   Cont'd.  Movio:  Victorian  hen Boats  Jome In  Camping Out  Nowa  Dating Game  Odd Couple  Gong Show  Fight Against  Slavery  Pr, In House  _to.K..r<. Files  Saandals  ft. 2  Sports Page  Confd,  W  Tuesday, May B  mr  IlIO  TtOT  2l30  3:00  3:30  CHANNIL 3  riwItMr  Search for Tom.  Today  ContU  %dge or Night  30 From  Bob MoLean  Cont'd  CHANNIL ��  All Mv ..hlUr.n  Confd.  One Lite  to Live  flherloclTHplm-a  All ln Family  ��.   General  Hospital  Merv Griffin  Confd.  CHANNILI  bays of  O"' fcWes.  The Doctors  Another  World  CHANNIL *  News  Ida Clarkson  Marcus  CHANNIL 1  ,000.000 Man  News  Confd  "EonPar  Cont'd.  Movie:  Marshall of  jvX  oniU  onfd.  TRW  Cont'd.  Carol Burnett  "News  School JHroaC  Take 30  Bob MoLean  Confd.       '  News  As .the  World Turns  Qul(itri)( l.lnht  CHANNIL I  News  CHANNIL 9  CHANNIL 11  CHANNIL 12  Lev. A Ihfrley  'a Company  _T   cont'd,  leattle  me That Tune  T*ioe"ff hlghf  cont'd.  Hookey  -Wwajfli  "Cpnt1  M.A.e  Ian Hamel  onfd.  nam 12  texpl  noon  orers  I.  lieroea of  the Bible  ''fjw^'-'^piswWMp''  TSHste��o_igi��a  Cont'd,  News ,  ~Mt'fl.T7l :"���  Another  World  Confd,  Movie:  Prudence A  lioomnastlcs  Measure Up  2q Worth  Newa  Adam-12  Movlei  Calling Bulldog  Tonight Show  arsiiy  ioviet  Q��e*4  ...v_   unu  Zebra Wings  Over Kasy  Julia Child  1  oudlnis  lontfflr""'  NfSWS  __-��i____  T'aper Chase  Cont'd,  Movlei T.B.A.  Cont'd.  pa'&yte'  fiesanie Street  i-ont'd.  '*' frc'oi  Drummond  Confd.  Popeye  Banana Spllta  Donahue  Confd,  Love of Llfo  All In Family  CHANNIL 13  'All My (.lilldren  Cont'd,  Vancouver  Cont'd.  mT*ny  See  Cavatt  i��wi    ,  tlewsmakers  Super, Stars  Leave to Beaver  $L*  Show  flona  Tunorama  Brady lluuoh  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Party Game  Spiderman  l'ottl, Junolloii  Bewitohed  ��d.  ^oHtU  News '  an Called  WW  rovin HT  Ittamirgh  P Tailors  Ft, ���   '  Bewitohed  HOgsn's Heroes  Bob Newhart.  wed Game  Pimpernel  Tlov-iii"  Rnoounter with  tlie Unknown  Oewl|U^*^''^'-!'~w'w  Tlo Tao Doui  C'nroi Tfurnolt  *���'  Na   ���  Crosswits  Merv Griffin  confd,  "Oontu*"  ��L  Bob Newhart  " anoouvor  onfd  X1  Ci  Ot.  Oong  raiimr  ouple  Show  On the Buses  Barnaby Jonoa  CoiUU*    :       '  Laverne, Shirley  Movlei  Anetoinjr-tof���*"  )i��  The above are maximum fees; however, the applicant proposes  special fees which are detailed In the application,  LOCATION WHERE THE APPLICATION MAY BI IXAMINIDi  OFFICE Of COAST CASH VISION LTD.,  WHARF ROAD,  SECHELT, BRITISH COLUMBIA. .  OENERAL INFORMATION  How to Intervene ��� Anyone wishing to comment on an application must submit a written Intervention, stating clearly and  concisely the relevant fads and the reasons for the Intervener's  support for, opposition to, or proposed modification of, the  application ��� also whslher or not the Intervener wishes to  appear at lb* hearing.  Deadline for receipt of Interventions at the Commission and with  the Applicant) May 16,1*79. ���To be sent by registered mall or  personal delivery to Applicant and CRTC Ottawa, Ontario, Kl A  0N2 with proof of service,Must be actually received on ipeclfled  date, not merely posted on this date,  Examination of Applications and Documents ��� At local, address  given In this notice and a) the Commission Central Building, Les  Terrai.es de la Chaudlers, I Promenade du Portage, Room 861,  Hull, Quebec and at the Western Regional Office, Suite 1130,  701 West Oeorgla Street, Vancot|ver, British Columbia.  Further Information Is outlined In Rules of Procedure available  for the sum of-OB cents fromt The Publishing Centre, Printing  Centre, Printing and Publishing, Department of Supply and  Services, 270 Albert Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Information: Write  tc CRTC or phone 819-997-1027 or 997-132B,  J.O. Patenaude  Acting Secretary General,  CRTC - Public Notice 197M3  1 t  Thq.> Garden Corner  "Flats in a Bag" seed start  '". ���-  By Guy Symonds  Gibsons Aux host!Friendship Tea  By MARIE TRAINOR speaker, Mrs. Margaret McPherson,  One hundred people attended a president  of the British  Columbia  delightful Friendship Tea held in the, Association of Hospital Auxiliaries, who  -_Rohftrt* Cfftflk  Community Hall on' presented a very interesting talk on the  PageC-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May 2,1979  This week we are going to pass along a  couple of tips picked up from the Christian  Science Monitor gardening expert and  available by the kind offices of a  colleagues  The article from which the first piece of  information is drawn is headed "A better  way to start seeds ��� flats in a bag" and  though it could have been used possibly a  little earlier in the season, the idea is still  good for use at any time.  . The writer starts out by detailing the  price of leeks in the stores in winter time,  adding that this is a vegetable of which he  is particularly fond. He goes on to the  economics of the home garden, concluding  After trie seed has germinated, and in  the case of leeks this takes about 10 days,  the flat is put in a sunny window if any ���  and alternatively under artificial light.  Light is essential to the sturdy growth of  young plants, particularly if the ambient  atmosphere is warm,  The plastic cover, however, must not be  allowed to continue to keep all the  moisture confined to the plants as they  how heed ait and good circulation. ' ' '  So at this stage several holes about the  size of a pencil are cut in the bag ��� and  then the plants are let alone to grow and  flourish. There will be enough  "greenhouse effect" remaining to give  43iathis^mall4_egetable-pbtJSJW0rth stmie--^em^the-mol8ture-they-need-  -$400-of-additionai--nepme-after-taxes  Leeks then are his first sowing of the  new season and he starts them off in mid-  January. The procedure is the filling of a  . flat to within one inch of the top with finely  sifted compost or a starter mixture such  as the potting soil one buys in" garden  stores. After firming this down with a flat  piece of wood he puts the flat in waterto let  it soak the moisture up from the bottom.  'When it is thoroughly moist it is allowed to  drain to get rid of the free water. The seed,  : and in this case he is referring to leeks, are  set out one inch apart ��� a pair of tweezers are needed for this job when the  Thursday, April 19, with members of the  Gibsons Auxiliary acting as hosts to  members of the other five auxiliaries  serving St. Mary's Hospital on the Sunshine Cooft.  On arrival the guests were asked to  sign the guest book by the secretary, Mrs.  Pearl Dove, and were ushered over to the.  punch table, where a delightful fruit punch  was served.  A large buffet was tastefully arranged  with a beautiful embroidered cloth and a  centrepiece of Camellia, flanked on either  side with silver candelabra and matching  tapers. The table was laden with fancy  sandwiches and small cakes. Presidents  from four auxiliaries, namely, Geri Smith  of Halfmoon Bay; Jean Prest, Pender  Harbour; Pauline Lamb, Roberts Creek  ^md-Chris-Ward-of 5echeltv-took--turns  Thenextmove takes the plantinfrout-to���pouring-tea-and-coffee-from-the-silver-  a cold frame to harden them off for a few  days and then, says the writer of the article, they are planted out about three  inches apart The final move takes place  when plants are a good size, meaning  several inches and a good thickness, say  about three eights otan inch, when they  are'trahsfefred^to- their"permanent  location in the garden. There they will stay  for the rest of the year and in fact, the.  whole succeeding winter. On this coast it is  unlikely that they will suffer any damager  This gardener had no trouble with them,  during the hard frosts experienced last  seedsraTe smallpwith the rows also an inch���winterexcept thatittoo-T-Tmattockto get���  service placed at each end of the table.  Smaller tables were also set up around  which chairs were placed in a semi-circle  ���all facing towards the buffet table. Polly  Warn did an excellent job of arranging the  flowers on all the tables as well as on the  stage behind the buffet table.  Mrs. Joan Rigby, president of the  Gibsons auxiliary, introduced the guest  ^various aspects of volunteer work during  her term of office: Her aim has been to try  and visit as many auxiliaries within the  Province as possible. Prior, to Mrs.  , MacPherson's talk, Mrs. Rigby presented  her withaDogwood Hospital name tag and  a silver coffee spoon on behalf of Auxiliary  members, for which Mrs. MacPherson  responded with a very warm "thank you".  Attractive tote bags, made by Halfmoon Bay , Auxiliary members, were  displayed and orders taken from pnyone  wishing to make a purchase. Also on display were thei lovely hand irade qujlf and  gfghan, for which raffle tickets were sold.  by Mrs. Annie Metcalfe of the Gibsons  Auxiliary. The draw for this raffle will  take place on June 6.  Other guests present were Mrs, Verna  Ten-pin,, areaj^nsehtative for the Lower  Mainiana, ur. uev face, representing~tfie~  medical profession and Mrs. Ann Fitchett,  a trustee, representing the Hospital  Board.  1979 Provincial Election  MACKENZIE ELECTORAL DISTRICT  LIST OF  CANDIDATES' AGENTS  KENNETH SORKO,  retired, F����n��y Road, Gibsons  ���-  Agent for Gerald David Gray, candidate for Social  Credit.  BASIL JACK SMITHSON,  ���__ -retiredr-Box 7, Vananda ____      .1   -Agentior-DQngldJJ-ederlck lockstead. candidate for  New Democratic Party.  Use'Times'Adbrlefs  to Sell, Rent, Buy, Swop etc.  Alio Mantoani  Returning Officer  MACKENZIE ELEC I ORAL DISTRICT  apart. They are then covered with a light  sprinkling of potting soil mixture and  again pressed down firmly but gently. The  flat ii then placed in a plastic bag, and in  this day when everything but your mother-  in-law comes in a plastic bag this presents  no problem, and kept in a moderately  warm area, say 65 to 70 degrees F. The  moisture in the flat condences on the  plastic and falls on to the seed bed.  Use 'Times'Adbriefs to Sell,  Rent, Buy, Swap etc.  Al Wagner  AL WAGNER  INVITES YOU  TO JOIN  BIG BROTHERS  A service of friendship  freely given by men, to  boys without fathers.  For Information  886-2615 or 885-9006  flu's Top  30 Record  Survey is  Brought  To You  Each Week  IW  TW   1  1  SULTANS OF SWING TV.:.  2  2  TRAGEDY   4  3  IWIU SURVIVE,   3  4  WHAT A FOOL BELIEVES ,,.  6  5  FOREVER IN BLUE JEANS ..  8  6  IVERYTIMEI THINK OF YOU  5  7  LADY ,,'   12  0  HEART OF GLASS   11  9  KNOCK ON WOOD   7  10  DA YA THINK I'M SEXY .,,,  9  11  YMCA',,7,,,,., ,,..'  16  12  GOODNIGHT TONIGHT ,,.  10  13  HEAVEN KNOWS   19  14  STUMDLIN' IN    13  IS  FIRE ,...,   15  16  EVERY 1'i A WINNER   14  17  SEPTEMBER    20  ie  CRAZY LOVE   10  19  TOO MUCH HEAVEN   17  20  SOUL MAN   25  21  1 WANT YOUR LOVE    24  22  WHEELS QF LIFE   21  23  A LITTLE MORE LOVE   27  24  BLOW AWAY   30  23  IN THE NAVY   20  26  KEEP ON DANCING    22  27  HOLD THE LINE   W  A1NTtOvrAB,TCH7.7, 7  M  29  MYt1t,-v;v.Y,.,y,',;',;,,,  30  REUNITED   them out of the ground. They were  delicious.  The Christian Science Monitor articles  are of course written for a climate which is  very different from that which we enjoy  here, but the procedures and methods are  basically the same.  A word of caution. Plants grown in a  cold frame or a greenhouse or by any  means that promotes early germination,  must not be put outdoors,before normal  seed-growing time. The early start  however will give the gardener normally  _about_ a three week advantage in the  matter of maturity and that is all he is  entitled to.     -  It had been intended to include in this  effusion an account of the procedure for  testing last year's seed for germination  but time and space, as they say, forbid, so  it must wait till next time..  Coaster is new  Vancouver draw  A shimmering band of metal that  snakes down the mountainside has become  Vancouver's newest tourist attraction.  Known as the Grouse Mountain,  Coaster, it Ls a cross between a monorail  and a roller coaster, and is believed to be  the first of its kind in Canada.  ~~^0^de~itTt6uH-ftrtHiv^^  the mountain via the skyride and move  onto the new ride.  It runs over 750 m (2,500 feet) and has a  vertical drop of almost 121 m (403 feet) on  grades ranging from eight to 25 per cent.  The  trip  is through spectacular  mountain scenery.  It starts on an elevated bridge on top of  the Cut Chairlift, proceeding through a  tunnel near the Chalet and on down the  "Paper Trail"'to a finishing point halfway  down the Cut.  Each coaster is individually controlled  by the rider who can accelerate or brake  according to speed desired.  Riders are strapped in and the coasters  are clamped onto the rail by nine wheels  on the sides and underneath.  Designed to operate in fine weather  only, it is expected to run throughout the  summer months until mid-October.  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