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Volume 17 - No. 20  (*cTna      Wednesday, April 25,1979  Hydro power failure plagues  politicians7 quest for  By VERN GIESBRECHT   Jack-Pear&ll described ._-imself_as-_a_  "backbench rebel" who'll fight cabinet  has united the Tory caucus.  ��� Sy-^edersonlisted-some of-the Communist Party of Canada's prescriptions  "^n___-_-_ers^ov*_^issuesH^  strpngly, and outlined his ac- These were some of the highlights of a  complishments during 4% -years as a, drawn out' {ill-candidates' meeting at  Member of Parliament. ,     Elphinstone' Secondary   gymnasium  Ray Skelly blasted Prime Minister Sunday afternoon. The four candidates  Trudeau as someone who "has exceeded ��� seeking election in the Comox-Poweil  his time", and claimed that for perhaps ."River riding in the May 22 federal election  the first time, a New Democratic Party '4 addressed about 50 persons in a meeting  federal government "is not impossible.." that was interrupted several times by  Al Lazerte. focussed on leadership,    power failures and technical problems  -contending that -Trudeau's���tactics - of ^-involving^ilmingof ~ the~meeting~by  confrontation, aggressive debate and Elphinstone Student Research Produc-  unilateral action have divided Canada,: tions.  -while-Conservative-leader-Joe -darkhar The -incumbentr^beratnViP~Jac_r  shown that he is "able to lead a team" and   Pearsall of Powell River, elected in 1974 in  MIME  WITH  Gerardo  Avilla   at Elphinstone Forum  Television.  i'V        \,.  ���  the old Coast-Chilcotin riding, provided an  array-of statistics-showing the-vastsums-  of federal money that had been spent in the  Tiding'^ce-his^leetionf*The"-igures=in*-  cluded $193,347 for small craft harbors in  Gibsons, $34,633 in New Horizons grants in  Gibsons, $404,410 in miscellaneous grants  for the Sunshine Coast and $118,163 for  Gibsons, and $64,261 in Canada Works and  Young Canada Works grants for the  Sunshine Coast ($39,494,for Gibsons).  Since. 1974, Pearsall said, $1,360,638 in  federal funds has been spent in the riding,  including"$686;963_in~tlre'Gibsons"a^ ~  During his rebuttal and a question  period, Pearsall indicated that several  'controversial proposals affecting  fishermen (barbless hooks, treble hooks,  raising the size limit for chinooks from 12  -to 16 inches and closing Area 13) had been-  dropped "in the last 24 to 48 hours"; an-  -nounced-the^isherieB-Departmentp wiU -  give at least two years advance notice on  tackle regulations; stressed the importance of training people for jobs on the  northern gas line; declined comment oh a  charge that the United Fishermen and  Allied Workers' Union is being attacked by  the Combines Investigation Act, .because  the issue is before the courts; and came  out strongly for capital punishment.  PeafsSUsaidffiatpeoptesuch as "paid-  killers" deserve the death penalty. "They  have no place in this life of ours."  RayTSkelly, a CourtenayTeacher and"  ���See Page A-3  ..      _��_��  candidate pro-NDP  Social Credit candidate for Mackenzie  riding in the May 10 provincial election,  v Gerry Gray, told an all-candidates'  meeting at Elphinstone Sunday he would *  support the "NDP or anyii-ing else" to  keep collective bargaining for unions if the  government gave any thought to "right-to-  work" legislation that could result in the  eli-r-ination-of-the^^e-^unlon^o-lsiive-.  bargaining process.  "I will not be bamboozled," the candidate said.Teiterating what he had said in  previous press statements.  He was responding to a question^by  "A conservation a  Tom DeLaurier of Gibsons at the meeting  arranged by the Council of Concerned  Unions representing 10 unions and over  1,000 workers on the Sunshine Coast, and  videotaped by Elphinstone students at the  Community Television Forum.  To a later questioner, who stated that  such legislation against labor had "served  ito-weaken" the trade-union, movement in.  I'll not1 only not support it but actively  campaign against it," said Gray.  On the same point, incumbent NDP-  MLA Don Lockstead told the gathering  -that "nowhere in Canada have we more  anti-people, anti-labor than the' government we've got now."  "And it's time we got them out," he  added. , '  Texas and Oklahoma and asked if Gray  would vote for such legislation here, Gray  repeatedhisstand.      ;  "If any rigflit-to-work legislation is  proposed by the Social Credit government;  Rational development-was Lockstead's  key phrase as he outlined promises an  NDP government would fulfill in matters  such as economic opportunity, highway  building, and Coast transportation by  water.  He said a "reasonable, rational highway policy" for the Sunshine Coast was  "actually started" in 1972 and 73 when the  NDP was elected.  "I didn't ask for the world at that time.  But a rational policy. Those contracts that  \ were let in 1975 expired in 1976 and that's  when the work stopped," Lockstead ad-  AFTER THE hunt, Easter Eggs that   poses with haul at event sponsored by  is, David Stephen, 5, of Halfmoon Bay   Welcome Beach Community.  Retired couple angry ~~  _mmmmmmmmmmm_mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm_t__mmmmmm___mm  A dirty story  Piles of dirt trucked to the Hydro right-  of-way near Pebble Crescent and Trail  Ave. and the condition of the land after  building the main sewer line are creating  second thoughts in Henry and Ruth Otten's  minds that Sechelt is the ideal retirement  area.  Otten told Sechelt council Wednesday *  night that the area is beginning to "Iootj  more and more like the city dump of  Sechelt."  "Anyone who wants to get rid of  anything��� bang���it's there," Otten said.  He offered council a guided tour, ,"but  bring only mudshoes and high galoshes."  Sand frorrj the right-of-way is being  trucked to Teredo Street and peat from the  street is replacing It. The unsightly piles of  jpeat arid thei "noiseand eartfiflKaklrig  caused by thp trucks driving back and  forth all day should not bo allowed In a  residential area, Mrs.. Otten said.  Stan Anderson, who owns the land  through which  B.C.  Hydro holds  an  Cleaning up  in Sechelt  Socholt Village council agreed last  Wednesday to grant $275 to support a 10-  month clean-up campaign. Alderman  Morgan Thompson told council that tho  lions Club ia willing to co-ordinate the  campaign by approaching different service clubs such as the Scouts, Guides, etc.,  to do a monthly village cloan-up.  The money was granted with the un-  -��fHrrtfrwllffl tht LUntu dub and Owrohtr  o{��c^j^ihe, game  amount to pay tho clubs to pick up litter.  Thompson suggested the group, who  does the best Job rocoivo a bonus at the end  of the 10 months,  easement, said Friday the trucks had  finished that day. However, there were  two trucks on the property Saturday.  H�� said also the peat cannot be levelled  until'It has dried, since an earlier attempt  at levelling resulted In damage to the  Caterpillar tractor. ,  Eventually he hopes to plant something  such as clover on the rightrof-w^.y as there  is not much else he can do with It, he said.  B.C. Hydro district Manager Erich  Hensch said the easement terms are that  B.C. Hydro has the right to construct and  maintain the transmission lines. .  As long as the public or plant is not  endangered by anything on the rightof-  way, "we would have no objection,"  Hensch said,  . ��� _\ ,/''      _ .^ ,  Mrsr'lbfterf"' said"" &tu1raay" 'Inat in"  constructing the main sewer line, trees  were cut down which exposed the swamp.  Tree trunks have been left and now the  area looks like "World War t hit it," she  said.  "I live In a residential area," sho said.  "I am not asking for landscaping, but for  heaven's sake, it could be left neat."  The Ottens retired to Sechelt a few  years ago after looking up and down the  coast for tho Ideal place to retire. Had they  realized what would be happening In the  area, Mrs. Otten said, they never would'  have settled here.  "I have never been so unhappy In my  life," she said.  "All day you look at It (the swamp and  right-of-way). Lost week, It got mo so  depressed, my husband said, 'All right,  we sell'."  Council agreed to look Into the matter  .,.,conll^^,iba|.,,.AMfTOan,.��.,Mv^rg|j>.v  Thompson would see what could be done  with regard to Improving the conditions  around the sewer plant and the.right-of-  way.  On April 14 two tame Mute Swans were  placed in the water at the north end of  Sakinaw Lake (Mute Swans are quite rare  on the West Coast of North America).  These two are the 3rd or 4th generation  offspring of swans originally, ^obtained  from Stanley Park and Introduced to Ruby  Lake by the late John Cline about 14 years  ago. Since that time, despite losses from  natural predators and some not so natural  (one was found dead with a .22 calibre  bullet in Its body), they have multiplied  and made their homes at the south end of  Ruby Lake and the adjoining Lagoon,  bordered by the Ruby Lake Restaurant  and the Ruby Lake Motel.  Recently, because these swans are  very territorial, three other pairs refused  to permit the two now in Sakinaw any  access to the water in either Ruby Lake or  the Lagoon I Consequently they took to  roaming dangerously on Highway 101 and  languishing between the bodies of water,  unable to obtain their natural feed. The  fact that they survived can be attributed  solely to Ted Manyk and to Norm Armstrong, one the owner of Ruby Lake  Restaurant and the other, a part-time  resident.  After some discussion with Mr. and  Mrs. Manyk, we decided to Introduce the  two rejected swans, via our waterfront  property, to Saklnaw Lake. A third swan,  The Sechelt RCM Police are requesting  the assistance of the public In their attempts to locate Julia Helen KLACHAN, 31  years of age, of Madeira Park, B.C.  . Mrihr Kl-ACHAN was last> mm at  1979. Anyone having information regarding the whereabouts of this missing person -  la asked to contact the Secholt RCMP  office at 88M266.  of the same generation, which was  moderately lacerated by the other Ruby  swans when it attempted to get Into the  water, is at present being nursed back to  health by Mr. Manyk (Jamie Stephen, our  Conservation Officer, is the 'resident  consultant')...  If Mr. Manyk's ministrations are  successful, It is planned to bring that third  swan down here to Join the other two  family members* Further, we intend to  establish a feeding station to assure their  survival through the winters.  Enough of background and history:  now to the main purpose of this letter!  We appeal sincerely and earnestly to  all residents and visitors to Sakinaw Lake  to accept personal responsibility that  these beautiful, regal-like creatures are  nurtured and protected from all humanly-  generated harassment.  We appeal to power boat operators,  water skiers, hunters, overly-exuberant  children, dog owners and all people not  .normally exposed to wildlife to guard and  succour these gorgeous birds zealously.  Finally, we appeal to everyone to  Thieves get $1,200  art, jewellery in  Sechelt robbery  Owners of Pentangle on Cowrie Street,  Patsy and Nancy Baker, are.asking for  help in apprehending the persons Involved  In a break-In to Pentangle late Saturday  night or early Sunday morning.  Approximately $1,200 worth of  Jewellery and leather goods were stolen  when thieves gained entry through a side  window.  The owners would appreciate any Information, since they are a small business  and the|r insurance does not cover break-  Ins.  The following Items were stolen: two  pieces of carved Agilllte signed by Glen  Pollard, Jewellery by Irene Bluoth, eight  pairs, of silver and gold hoop earrings,  Tiger,eye, lapis and turquoise rings, a  silver tree on a chain, pendant with an  Inlay ef a moon, pin with a wooden Inlay of  a landscape and an ebony and sliver Inlaid  buckle.  Also stolen were West Coast Indian  designs signed by TDK on the back. These  ^.tteetamiOli^ndai^  pair of drop earrings and more.  These pieces are all casts from original  designs. Anyone with any Information la  asked to call B85-3618.  provide an environment conducivj&to the  health,: happiness and well-being ih these  rare and majestic birds; where it ^boped  they will thrive, reproduce ahdfjpe; an  aesthetic joy not only for people at  Sakinaw Lake but for the residents)^ the.  whole peninsula; as well as being our  legacy to the many generations ot our  children yet to come! '" ��� ��� '  Barbara Brodeur  Philip Brodeur  ded.  A questioner had reminded him that lie  had read one of his statements in what the  man called a "local rag" that had said  when the NDP were elected in 1972 the  highway contracts were cancelled.  The questioner said he "saw them  working" and asked Lockstead if, with  Gray's statement, we had "another  ��� stra&gfeiNttflhif truth?'^-  Vfhen the candidates were asked what  their party policies were toward "the  deplorable state of the Canadian Coast  Guard" in protecting boaters and  fishermen, Lockstead said he would  support the federal MP's policy.  "We must have improvement in the  Coast Guard and weather reporting  stations," said Lockstead, adding that it is  a "shame" that Canada has to rely on the  U:S. for help in an emergency.  , Gray said he could only say "It's a  federal responsibility."  In the matter of a road to Vancouver  either by way of Port Mellon br from  Powell River, both candidates agreed the  cost was prohibitive at this time.  Gray said from Powell River studies  had been made and it would cost "about  ���See Page A-3  INCUMBENT    NDP-MLA   -Don Sunday, At bottom, Tory hopeful $  Lockstead, right, meets Incumbent Lazerte shakes hands with his op*  liberal MP Jack Pearsall at Elphio ponent.  Forum's  all , candidates  meetings  "44;  ft  Official Elphinstone students "hot-dog    Socrcd) 18, Skelly (federal NDP) 27,  poll" results: PeanaU<(ed.yb.)6,Laiei1e(red.P0)4,  Lockstead (prov. NDP) 70, Gray (prov.    Peterson (fed. Communist) %.  4 \  \ Wednesday, April 2ST, 1979  give voters  It was ballyhoo all the way with  Socred supporters of Mackenzie  riding .candidate Gerry Gray at the  all-candidates meeting Sunday. But  _.ballyMa_w____n!t_enough._._ 11 __.  seemed to have more fire in their eyes  and feeling in their hearts.  The only time this candiiate had a  direct answer that related to a  question" was when he said he'd  They had the signs. The shouts at  ==questioner_rcameH.rom^the^Socred=  cheering.section. Even the odd dheer  for their candidate. But on the whole,  they had little to cheer about. Their,  man wasn't acting like a winner.  it1: Now ballyhoo is alright behind a  John Diefenbaker or a Tommy  Douglas, even behind a flamboyant or  jsesky Pierrel Trudeau^Ballyhoo is  alright behind a premier who is  already in there like Bill Bennett. Or  ^behind a-fighting-DaveyJBarrett who  -jrvants--_is7gayernmenti)ac--Jn_.  campaign against his own. govern--  , ment if they ever brought in "right-to-  work" legislation'.  Well, from what I've heard that's  Socred policy and this candidate is a  working man, a one-time union man  and he'd maybe be on his own among  the used car dealers, and sharpie  businessmen that make up the. jVic-  toria power cult of these past,few  years. '   !'  -The-pnly-question-he--really-Lah^  But ballyhoo didn't look so hot  behind this candidate who seemed  content to rephrase old policies from  his. leader or from his past as a  -municipal-politician-.-���   The people who were throwing up  questions for dray and Lockstead  swered was one that would probably  turn him against his own govern-  TrnentVpolicyr-Now-how's-thalrfor-  ballyhoo?  It was ballyhoo, sure. But it was a  tasteless sandwich,  j Baloney between two slices of  "BaHyfiooT"    ~  Ugh. It's enough to. give a voter  indigestion.  A.fine line  Let's not lose the kid within  ���by Bruce Robinson  Let's prevent  another boating  tragedy���McPhee  Social who?  Last weeffi wrote my columri~a_iout a  tendency we all have to dwell in the past,  and as you might expect, I have been  succumbing to that very practice myself.  Writing about my forthcoming high school  reunion conjured up many old faces and  ��. feelings which have been dormant for the  ls_3t~ten��yeaM,' and I just couldn't help  ,;JR^_^fsic_ng.: As~a "resultiof 't^li-$&-giC''  plunge of the last week, something has-  been bothering me. What happened to the  unbridled emotions, what happened to the  directness and the honesty,, and what  happened to the craziness and the spirit  which were all a product of those school  '���daze"?  Well, it would appear that they are  casualties, suffering from a large dose of  adulthood. They have been replaced by  more subtle controls and by tighter reins.  There is, after all, a proper image which  must be projected and a suitable carriage,  which must be maintained. We are, you  - see, social animals, and therefore we act  not out of spontaneity but out of expedience.  Fortunately, there remain a few adult  survivors who have not overdone  adulthood, those who refuse to submerge  themselves in the proprieties. They prefer  to act in congruence with their own  standards of behaviour, ignoring tlie code  of ethics according to Emily Post. What  such people share with youth is a  reluctance to have their actions influenced  exclusively by social dictates. They  reserve the right to act imprudently if they  damn well feel like it.  Although It didn't occur to me last  week, I think one of the reason^ I am  hesitant about attending my high school  reunion, is that I am afraid to see a bunch  of grown-ups, who, when I knew them,  were kids. It's not the aging itself that  disturbs me. What I find distressing is the  prospect of seeing all the crazies I fondly  remember, acting In a completely sane  Th e Peninsula jj5fo*e_v  Published Wednesdays ul Seehuli  on B.C.'s Sunshine Const  by'     '  The Peninsula 'limes  lor West pies Publications Ltd.  ""'"" ' ---���Trt"-5cciicitrn:c.T* ' "*""  Box .110 ��� Sechelt, B.C.  VON MO  Phoncf.H5-.12.il  7 Olllce hours: H:.i()a.in,  lo5p.ni,Tucs."Sul,  Subscription Kates: (in advance)  7 Local, S7 per year. Beyond 35 miles, $8  U.S.A., S10, Overseas.til,  Ciiiiliiliiilurx:  Div. 7, Sechelt lilenicntury  Robert Poxall  VeruCJIesbrcoht  . ���', Dennis Gray  Mtiuiieo Hemstreet  Robert Kirsch  Mnrcln I'otiltlce  "'��� MiiitIo Redman ���  Bruce Robinson  Ciuy Syinonds  Marlon Alsager  - -- ���- ,�������4��eggy.Conno��v����"~"---~--���  ���,..���,.. .,.,.��� Dorklidwurdson ,,,...   ,.. .,,  M^ry'l'Inkl-y-Sltnnnbii  and reasonable manner.  There is, for instance, Little Billy, a  man with a distinctive past. He is the only  person I know who has ridden on the hood  of a 1952 Chev from Sakinaw Lake to the  Langdale Ferry terminal on the Labour  Day weekend, holding onto the hood or-  . naitient in order to keep from falling off.'  ]r fie .was also naK��i-af 'the 'Mie.^Tfte^a-ne^  Little Billy, who had a propensity for 7  shedding clothes at the oddest times, <  streaked the Blue Horizon Pub, only to slip  on the rain-soaked stairs outside, sliding  right underneath the car which was  waiting to deliver him out, of the arms of  the bouncers who were giving chase. Little  Billy was a bizarre character, and if he  turns out to be a dour and reserved  businessman, my faith in the human race  is going to be marginal, at best.  Perhaps the most graphic example of  what I am talking about can be drawn  from the athletic world. In sports, there is  a name given to athletes who do not fit the  stereo-typed apple-pie image and who tend  to drive the brass crazy by being eccentric  instead of obedient. The term used tip  describe these people is7 ".flake'/'  Although the wprd carries a negative  connotation, I think flakes are something  of saviours for bringing a little levity to  what used to be simply sports, but is now  big business. Jimmy Piersall, the former  Cleveland Indian centerflelder., continually astounded the sports world with  wild antics. Once after hitting a home run,  Piersall ran around the bases the wrong  way. Another time he ran backwards. He  was also one of the greatest fielding out-  , fielders of all time. Thank Ood, he didn't  lose his perspective. He was able to  remind himself and others from time to  time that baseball is essentially a game,,  and that he wasn't preprared to forget the'  kid in himself who was enjoying that  game.  It is not necessary to be crazy to be  sane, even though sometimes it helps;  What is important Is that we don't try to  leave It all behind us In the name of  maturity: While the responsibilities of  adulthood do not permit us to spend our  entire lives fishing for shiners or .fielding  grounders or finger painting, It might not  be a bad idea to rcacqualnt ourselves with  the kids we were and are. Perhaps unpacking the trusty old. saxophone,, or  designing some beadwork, or just doing,  nothing for a day would got the juices  flowing again.      ,  George Bernard Shaw said that "Youth  is wasted on tho young," but I think no was  wrong. Kids do very well with youth. Indeed, kids aro unadulterated and therein  lies the key. Nothing ls so important that  one cannot leave It frorrilime to time, and  just unabashedly and unashamedly enjoy.  Christian Science  "How beautlftil upon the mountains are  the feet of him that bringoth good tidings..  . that salth unto Zlon, Thy God relgnothl"  (Ih 52:7). ��� ���--, - '*~~ "- ,  We can bollovi) this to-day.  In Science and Health with Key to the  Scriptures, Mary Baker Eddy writes,  "Christ's Christianity is the chain of  w^ttflc-belnrrtap^  iiiaii.talnLiig IU obvious correspondence  with the Scriptures and uniting all periods  In the design of Ood.l'  Ed. Note: William Thomas De Plonty,  62, of Kelowna was drowned April 13 when  the boat he was fishing from in Trail Bay  overturned. Two teenage boys rescued a  second man, Gilbert Jamieson, of Sechelt.  Editor, The times:  Safety in Small Bqat��f;^  May I first of all express cone n],.nee^t-_  the De Plontys of those who tia'; part in  the rescue and recovery of the victim of  last week's tragedy in Davis Bay.  There are a few features of that mishap  which, indicate a need to refresh our_  knowledge of safety in small boats, and I  would like to take this opportunity of  ' listing some ��� with no reflection on what  happened, ;or to the personskinvolved, but  simply to try to avoid further incidents,  with the sadness it must bring. Would  people please remember:          -  (i) If your visiting friend wants to go  - fishingfpleasamake sure thatrif he cannot"  swim (and this applies to you too!), he  wears a lifejacket, or at least a personal  flotation device (both of which will keep  you afloat, .but the lifejacket should float  you face up.) You should- also have a  whistle with you ��� better than shouting.  (ii) Before you leave, even on a short  trip, let some responsible person know -  where you are going, if you know, but  more important, when you expect to  return.-If-you don't appear,-then at-least-  someone will be looking out for you! The  weather might change while you are out.  -���(^>-^f���g��mething-does���happen���to-  someone else out on the water, please use  "common sense" in becoming involved in  your boat. If you just think of it, once  darkness sets in, a lot of small boats in the  ..arear without-any-overall control, makes  the Coast Guard searchers' job more  difficult, as they must spend some of their  efforts in avoiding collisions, and trying to  prevent more casualties!  Just one more thing, not in boats, but  those parachute flares do burn hot while  they are generating all that candlepower,  so don't try to handle them should they  come down near you. On the other hand,  don't put water right on them, but if  necessary, wet the area around the flare,  to prevent a fire starting.  It is the hope of all the responsible  authorities that we can enjoy lots of safe  boating (and good fishing) along this  Get head out of sand, Marcia,  lovely^reTc-foIlTur'coast:  Sincerely,      . Arthur McPhee,  Area Coordinator,  Provincial Emergency Program.  ers scoop n; up  Editor, The Times:  To Miss "Head in the Sand"  Silly persons such as Marcia Poultice  often spout silly things. The article re That  Horror of Horrors the Developer is real-  progress. Who does she think (or does she)  builds things and for who. The developer  not only has to operate within the  economics of a particular area but he has  to make the product appealing and  saleable to persons with the ability to  purchase. In other words the developer  provides what people want and is  restricted to the price people are willing to  pay, ���  She refers to greenery and large lots���  Lady, human beings in general tend to  seek out other human beings and live in  relative close proximity: those that choose  not to, live in the so-called "country".  Sechelt is a town, in case you didn't notice,  and as such appeals to those who desire  more sociability, and its related  amenities; proximity to schools, shops,  sidewalks, work, etc.  You talk about row housing, job lots,  etc. These are most prevalent iq this day  due to the advent of the so-called "Planners'". Not that any planner will admit to  it but 90 per cent of all the bureaucratic  rules and regulations encourage the present  crappy sub-divisions. Until such time as  the initiative of the persons willing to risk '  their efforts is recognized, then you best be  prepared to look into your neighbour's  window.  As you seem to' have a political  orientation problem with much apprehension of two elections, and various  other problems, you could contact me and  I will be happy to straighten you out.  Hayden Killam.  Breakaway:  *"���  Too much bench  time slows you  down. Get active.  Get in shape and  put yourself in  the clear.  *S  Fitness is fun.      \  ^1  Try some.  pamiapatTion^*  A Vancouver  guide  By Robert Kirsch  "Where can we go for lunch" Is a  question I'm asked a lot. Not all  restaurants are open for lunch and not all  good evening restaurants are good for  lunch.  The most exciting lunch and, I'm  afraid, one of the most expensive is the  famed WILLIAM TELL, 722 Richards  Street. The lunch special is a seven course  meal around $12, and always good. But  that's the top of the list and unless you  have lets of time to relax, pass this by for  now and try a less extravagant place such  as HQNEY!S, on Georgia Street, Here, for  around $5-$6, you can feast on all kinds of  Interesting natural foods ��� In the form of  salads, soups or sandwiches. Tho good is  less exotic, but very pleasant.  Also, on the same trend, Js tho GREEN  HAUS on 4th Avonue ��� In the same price  range and about the some type of food,  with omelettes and quiche. You can have a  great lunch, Mtyoudon't have to stay  With sandwiches and such. You could try  PASPEItOS ��� kebobs and casseroles.  Here, the prlco Is about the same, only  Greek food Is n specialty and very good.  It's In North Van and if It's European-stylo  lunch you want, you could try the welsh  rarebit or the steak and kidney pie at  TRIMBLE'S, on 10th Avenue by UBC with  Its fine selection of teas and coffees, plus n  scrumptious fruit trifle.  And to round off this list there's fine  seafood at ONDINE'S at the Marina. The  View, as well ris the food Is a feature here,  ���-as iHookaoirtento-False Creekand the  ocean, Try Uw stuffed trout or poached  sole and have a good lunch whenyou como  to town.  And they sure are happy about it!  What are they doing? Why, they're  reading TheTIMES... looking for a new  home or car or job or washer or  bicycle. And each person will probably find just the right item at just the  right price! How do we know? Well,  we have loads of advertisers every  week...offering scores of new products and services.  We welcome ads of all sizes... we'll  even help yc*u develop an ad if you*  wish, for the same cost as the ad  alone! What other media can offer  that kind of bargain... on a one-to-one  personal basis? Check around, and  we thinly you'll want to join your  friends who reqd and advertise in  The TIMES... it's the best buy  around!  The Peninsula^**^  .... a weekly part of your llfr  i  *V' r  MORE ABOUT. ..  Drawn out all-candidates' meeting  ���From Page A-l finished second to Hugh Anderson of the    for persons earning less than $20,000 an-  brother^-of^Alberni-MLA-Robert-Skellyj���Uberals-by^only^l2-votes-in-the-1974-���nuaBy^nd-the-elta--nation-of-_ncome-taj-  fo^ those making less than $15,000, he said.  "Working people have worked too long <  and too hard for too little," Pederson said.  "I'm sick.and tired; of hearing that  working people.aren't producing enough."  The problem is that the Results of the labor  are hot being distributed fairly, he explained.   ��� - -       ���  "We need public ownership and  democratic government control . . . We  need people like you ahd me on the boards  (of the companies)."  The all-candidates' meeting was  cli___red~by"Drfryr Labonte;  claimed he/could best represent the vast  Comox-Powell-Ttiver riding, which encompasses 30,000 square^niles, and that  ,he. would work closely , with Don  Lockstead, the NDP MLA who represents  the Sunshine Coast.  The NDP seeks full employment, a  pension-indexed to the-cost-of liv_ng,-  establishment of a Fair Prices Commission and a lessening of foreign control  of Canadian industries, Skelly said. He said  the Anti-Inflation Board, invented by the  Conservatives and implemented by the  "Liberalsrcontrolled-wages butrnotrpricesr  "It was like operating on-someone's  tonsils from the back end���it didn't do the  job."  Skelly said federal NDP1 leader Ed  Broadbent has outlined the major election  issues clearly and has proposed concrete  election, spoke highly of Clark, whom he  has known for, 21 years, and claimed that.  Clark "has not received an even break  from the national media."  A Conservative government would seek  to trim the size of government, restore  Parliament to a meaningful place of  debate "instead of a theatre or"sometimes  a circus", regain control of spending ahd  end the "charade" of the Foreign Review  Agency, which, he said, is so lax "the only  agency that couldn't get through is Murder  , Incorporated."  steps to deal with problems. Under  TrudeaU;, the country has had 'IMgst  years", heC-aimed, ahTifJoe Clark and  the Conservatives were elected, Canada  would suffer "a great leap, backwards."  On Capital punishment, Skelly said one  of the last two people hanged in Canada, in  1962, was probably innocent, and the  government should see to it "that no more  innocent people are hanged on the  gallows."  Al Lazerte of Campbell River, who  Advertising.'^  a showcase  for intelligent  shopping.  CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORY BOARD  Lazerte said the current federal deficit  is $62 billion, a total larger than the budget  when Trudeau came to power in 1968.  Commenting on Petrocan, which  Pearsall had said was "a good thing",  Lazerte asked, "Would you like to have the  -oil-industry-runlike the-Post Office?-The~  oil doesn't get delivered and it'niay get  ^stolen*en--the=way-." ��� *-=*���=-==  Lazerte said the Conservatives propose  a deduction of interest on mortgages from  income tax (starting with 25 per cent the  first year and reaching 100 per cent in four  years, a $5,000 tax credit for small  businessmen and removal of income tax  for 500,000 low income families.   -  Pederson, a log scaler who is active in  the International Woodworkers of  America and the  Campbell River ���  -Courtenay���Labor���Council,-said���the-  Communist platform includes reduction of  the work week to 32 hours, a 25 per cent  -increase-in-pensionsy���lowering���of���the-  retirement age and raising of unem-  MQRE ABOUT  ���Right-to-work  r  ���From-Page-A-l~  $1.5 million for a half-mile."  "^lioc-^eadsaidtl-at^wlien-he^was^i-^"  elected he looked into the Port Mellon to',  Squamish route with the Highways  Department and learned that road would,  run to $25 to $30 million in costs and indicated it wasn't worth it foe only 12,000  people.  .  "The money could be spent elsewhere.  The ferry service is .okay now" he said  unless the waiting gets too long.  A questioner outlined his drug costs for  a7earaapaidby^Pharmacar��rat$24^total7-  cost, $117 for drugs, leaving $131 for  dispensing which was more than the cost  -oHhe-drugr  "I'm on Pharmacare so it didn't cost  ployment insurance benefits to 90 per cent mg anything but it's costing me and all  of wages for the full period of unem- taxpayers of B.C. very heavily," he told  ployment. the candidates.  Ihe.��!om_nunlsts alsa-advocate-higher He*ai<tthat in Ontario theiiGctors-are  taxes for corporations, lower income tax,  SPEED KING  M^  CAR CASSETTE STEREO  PLAYER WITH AUTO-EJECT  -   SK 308     ,     *OAoV  Reg. $ 109.95        flo*   *��9     ~  IN-DASH CASSETTE CAR STEREO  WITH AM/FM/MPLXRADIO- *-k*  AUTO EJECT MECHANISM  Reg. $219.95   #o*  $14995  trying to wreck the medical aid plan and;  here "it's the drug industry trying to  wreck it."  "No medical plan can possibly stand  this kind of racket," the questioner said.  "What is the answer?" j  Said Lockstead: "If your figures are  correct and I assume they are, something  has to be done. There are mechanisms  under the plan to take care of these  problems."  Said Gray: "If you make a complaint to  the department of consumer affairs or .to .  Pharmacare it should be investigated."  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Lockstead said the Socred campaign  was aimed at attacking the NDP rather  than standing on their record as they  claimed adding that there were 144,000  new jobs created under the NDP administration, but only 103,000 under Social  Credit.  He said when Bennett's party was  elected "they removed from the spending  power up to $1,500 of every family in the  province."  * He said working people, people on fixed  incomes, and small business had been hit  hardest by the Increase in rates and taxes  under Social Credit.  He said Socred health care costs were  up 400 per cent over the NDP administration and "people are now getting  less care than they were provided by the  NDP." '  Gov't Inspected  Gov't Inspected, Gr. A Beef  Gov't Inspected, Frozen, New Zealand  IKLUIN   5l I tAK. 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POTATO CHIPS  225g   Berry land Farms  BEANS &  PORK      %m AA  14 oz. tins V/      JLiVV  Heinz  TOMATO  SOUP  10 oz. tins   Lancia  MACARONI/  SPAGHETTI  2 Ib. pkg   Oven-Fresh  BUTTERCRUST BREAD  24 oz. loaf   Mrs. Willmans  JELLY ROLLS  w  Oven-Fresh  PULL-A-PARTS Pkg of 8  Venice Bakery  KAISER ROLLS pkg. of 8.  4^F'  \j_%  lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll  ���j CARROTS California, Canad  B ADAMS*ETC   California, Navel  5 UlfHIlULO   Urge Size  m UNIUN^I Washington or Chileat  California, Canada No. 1  Washington or Chilean, Jumbo Sweet  1 '������������ " Mill I II I I MM The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, April 25,1979  '^" "���__t__l--i---iMi''  ^HaKmobrnBay happenings  E. HoIncite passes  by .Mary Tinkley-Shdnnon 885-9765  Gibsons glimpses  Or  Vimy Ridge vets  by Marion Alsager, 886-2158.  The Royal Canadian Legion Branch No.  109 hosted the Vimy Ridge! Vets at a dinner  catered by the Ladies Auxiliary. There are  "onlyna'l-altdozen-Vimy-vets~on���the-  Peninsula and they came from Madeira  HParkrSecheitfrf  sons: namely Edward Shaw, Jack Mayne,  Tom Ritchie, Jim Hamilton, E. Surtees,  Bill Gibsons, Reg Smears, R. Finlayson,  Victor Hird.   *    . '    ���  Zone Commander, Wally Erickson read  the original manuscript of Vimy Ridge  which stated^liars,606 Canadians were i  killed, 10,000 wounded, 4,000 taken  prisoners in 4% days of fighting. "',  At  this . 62nd - Anniversary  com*  TnemOTatioh_Hari^Juby was presented  with a Certificate of Merit in recognition of  35years of service and dedication to the  Tegibn principles.       ; "      7~.  BAND COMING  ���TheCanadian Forces Naderi Band from  Esquimalt, under the direction of Capt.  Con Furey will be giving a free concert in  tfre Elphtotone SeWrid^  2 at 8 p.m. andat the Gibsons Winter dub  on May 3 at 7:30 p.m.  A year or two ago they played with the  Sechelt Pipe Bank and anyone who heard  them then, I'm sure will be most anxious  to attend again. They were top-notch!  HITTING 40  Time marches' on, it's hard to believe  that these celebrities-have reached their  40th Birthday: Samantha Eggar, Frankle  Avalon and Lorrie Girard.'  Lorrie is our local Realtor who earned  her reputation-last year, with her custard  pie attack on Ian Corrance. Never mind,  -Lonie^MckeyMouseiaSlrJ-a^y-fortieti  birthday, Lorrie! _ .  VicJd.Wright7was.the lucky winner of  the freezer and half a side of beef at the  Sunnycrest Mall Birthday Draw. We  talked with Vicki and she was ecstatic  over her winnings. They did not own a  freezer so this was a most welcome addition to their household. SuperValu is  goingfto cut the side-of beef^to*their^  specifications and Vicki hopes to fill it with  all kinds of summer fruits and vegetables.  Congratulations, Vicki and Wayne.  WINNERS  Winners of the Legion Branch No. 109  Easter Draws are Eve Harris who won the  Ladies Auxiliary Food Hamper, Glynn  Davies with the rubber treep plant and  Wade Chester who got the big stuffed  Bunny Rabbit.  TENNIS I-ADDER  Gibsons tennis ladders and-or pyramid  is off to a galloping start; The idea is to  give tennis players some challenge  matches. If you are interested put your,  name on the list which is displayed at Trail  Bay Sports in Gibsons or for any further  information call Keith Evans, 886-7938 or  Bormie Bennett at 886-7581.  AMBULANCE CHIEF  Keith,Baker has been officially appointed as a full time Crew Chief for the  Gibsons Ambulance Service.  ABROAD AND VISITING  Fran Bourassa has just returned from  seven weeks abroad, where she visited  Paris, London, Barcelona, had a marvelous time and says already she has itchy  feet to travel. We will not be seeing Fran at  the Cedars where she had been a popular  member of the staff. She tells us that she  plans to further her scholastic education.  Wendy Inglis was visiting her family  this weekend. Wendy lives in Vancouver  and will be working at the Burnaby  General Hospital as an RN.  Congratulations to Winn Stewart and  Ernie Davies on their recent marriage.  Welcome back to the Sunshine Coast,  Winnl  Marg and Dnn Wheeler with daughter  " h - "iuat enjoyable Easter  weekend In San Francisco.  PANTHERS DINE  The First Panther Division Annual  dinner meeting was held on Tuesday in  Sechelt in St. Hilda's Church Hall. The  Sunshine Rangers prepared the dinner,  SiecMrBrowrdes-^decorated-andt-set-the-  tables and the Sechelt Guides served the  inef^afl'd did the dialled.  Attending were the Guide and Brownie  leaders from Sechelt, Wilson Creek and  Gibsons,; Jane, Thompson,- Area Commissioner and Vera Foster, Area Music  Advisor. After a short business meeting,  ��� everyone retired around jthe piano and  Vera Foster led the group in a camp fire..  SUMMER SIGNS? \ .'  Is this a sign of "thing to come this  summer?". A popular tourist destination  this Easter holiday weekend was the  Sunshine Coast, we heard the line-up��  .jgere as far as Fisherman's Cove and from,  the number of people in the local stores,  and the excessive traffic in our village, we  believe it!  RCMP TRANSFERS  We were told that four RCMP officers  Elsie Holgate, who died quietly in Iter  sleep at her home .in Vancouver, was a  resident of Welcome Beach for over thirty  years. Born in Minnesota 92 years ago, she  left there with herJvusband J. Klusendorf  in 1919 ahd moved to Manitoba where they  farmed for twenty years. The family  moved to the coast in 1942 and shortly  afterwards her husband was killed in an  accident while working in the shipyards.  Mrs. Klusendorf bought, property at  Welcome Beach and worked at clearing  the land and building Duff'n Dorf, which  was recently demolished.  Elsie .was a founder member of the  Welcome Beach Community Association  and an active supporter of St. Mary's  Hospital and~all"coT_-fni-f-ity ~a(rtMties7  When the Welcome, Beach community  -planriedtotfCaiiirBaini-  community hall and in addition to the  members of their family, tlie Waycotts'  friends, neighbours and colleagues were  there. Local volunteer firemen'were also  present to honour Peter, their captain. _  The extraordinary thing is that such an  elaborate scheme was .planned without  Peter and Evelyn having the slightest  suspicion of what was going on, so that  they were taken completely by surprise.  The arrangements had all been carried out  by their five children who had even gone to  the extent of having bogus tickets printed  for a baseball dance, to ensure their  parents keeping the evening free.  HERE AND THERE  ^It?s-aJBoy^_!-J__-_-_e-Jiew_-_i_-3m_Buc_^���  WASHERS-DRYERS-DISHWASHERS-MICRO-OVENS  2-year guarahteeron"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  Use 'Times1 Adbriefs to Sell, Rent, Buy, Swap etc.  caneer Marina and it refers to the fact that  ^_^-_=^ler^-ii__M^  untiringly at quiltmaking and home-  baking to help raise the necessary money.  She had always been interested in the  Mormon faith which was the religion of  her ancestors and about twenty years ago  she Joined 'the .Mormon church and  brought to it her great enthusiasm, energy  and,drive. In 1961'she married Roy  Holgate and three years ago they moved to  Vancouver.  A Mormon funeral service was held  April 19 from the Hamilton Mortuary oh  Fraser. followed by interment in Mark-  Hospital, Sechelt, on Thursday, April 19,  weighing 8 pounds 6 ounces. Proud parents  are Nancy and John Mercer, and grandparents are Jack and Jean Mercer and Mr.  > and Mrs. Lloyd Wiley of Pender Harbour.  x One of the people who. took advantage  of the bargain fares offered by Air Canada  was Eva Lyons who seized the opportunity  for a' visit with her daughter Marilyn  Russell and her grandchildren. She flew to  Montreal and reports that the flight was  comfortable and the food very good.  Marilyn who moved to Toronto a year ago,  view1 Cemetery. Among those attending  from the Sunshine Coast were Hugh and  Irene Duff, George Morritt and, Mack  Scott. Elsie is survived by her husband,  Roy and six daughters, Bernice Guild of  has now returned to Montreal.  The next meeting of Area "B" Settlement Plan Committee will be held at the  Regional Board office on Tuesday, May 1  at 7:30 p.m. If there is anything you want  have received their transfer notices, ML  Runte and G. Mcintosh from the Sechelt  detachment and R.. Turlock and E.  Tiechreb of the Gibsons detachment They  are all going to the lower mainland area  and will be leaving on or before July 1.  LION AND LADY HERE  The International 1st vice-president of  the Lions Club, member of the Lower Hutt  Lions Club, New Zealand, Lloyd Morgan  and Lady Mary Morgan will be visiting the  Gibsons Lions Club May 7.  Ray Holbrook, "oldest, youngest"  member of the Gibsons Lions Club, was in  New Zealand last December visiting some  "boys" whom he and Tils"wife^tatol-iea'"  BrarrfoirrManTTtJlarice^lechn-anTrofSun���urbe brought up at this nieeting,"please  Valley, Idaho, Merle Hudson of California,  Beth Bath oft Vancouver, Edith Woodman  of Edmonton and Lori Klusendorf of  Vancouver. For those wishing to send a  message to Roy, his address is 1928 East  35th Avenue, Vancouver V5P 1B6  . Sadly we haver another death to report  this'week: Olga Hynek died suddenly at  her home on Cortez. Island on April 16, her  65th birthday. Olga has been a dose friend  of your correspondent's for over thirty  years and was well-known in Halfmoon  Bay where her lively wit and sparkling  personality won her many friends. Next to  .^_MavM,.Cortez Island, she liked no  other place as much as Halfmoon Bay and  contact the representative for your area  Spring is undoubtedly on the way  because sightings of geese flying north  were reported on April 17 by two of our  most faithful nature watchers, Keith  Comyn and Ruth Forrester. Also spotted  was a pair of swallows hunting around for  a building site in the Duck Rock vicinity.  RECORDS  STAPES  during theSecond World War, when he had���^j^n she recently decided for health  <n Mnr.Hv._ii tr-Ws. h�� mmM   popular demonstrator of floral art and  the opportunity of attending the Lions  District 201V6 (Australia) Convention at  the Latrobe University in Melbourne,  where he met Morgan and personally  invited him to Gibsons.  Morgan will also be attending the Lions  ,-^nventiea^  well be elected'!  While on the West Coast, he will be a guest'  at the Chinese Lions Club in Vancouver  who are celebrating their 25th Charter  night.  Ray was presented with a bannerette  from the North Blackburn.Lions Club,  which he will turn over to the Gibsons  Dub. Ha attended Lions Clubs in  Auckland, Hastings, Napier and Tupke,  New Zealand.  FAMILY MONTH  The month of May is Family Month���  watch for upcoming articles by the B.C.  Council for the FamUy.  Enjoying the mountainous beauty of  B.C. are first-time visitors, Jeanne and  Rodney Davis of Goring-On-Thames,  Oxfordshire. The Davis' have also enjoyed  our sunny spring days contrasted with the  past severe British winter. On their  agenda while in Gibsons is the Anglican  Church christening of their nephew Oliver,  Infant son of Terry and Jenny Amlel.  NOTED VISITORS  We hear that Alan Hamel and Suzanne  Sommers were in Gibsons last week.  Hamel did a guest appearance for the  Beachcombers.  Mrs. Einar Brynjolfson, niece of Mrs.  Margaret Jones, was visiting her this  weekend. Margaret says she would like to  express her pleasure and enjoyment with  the Beachcomber crew and performers  when they were using her swimming pool  to film the episode which starred Rene  Simard.  "HUD" WA8 HERE, TOO  Was anyone lucky enough to spot Paul  Newman and Joanne Woodward who Were  visiting friends on the Peninsula over the  ���Easter weekend? Word has It that Paul  Newman was seen In one of our local Pubs  and also at a popular eating establishment  in Gibsons. So If you thought it was "HIM"  you were right!  reasons to seek a less isolated home for the  winter months, she made plans to take up  residence in Redrooffs.  FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS  Carmen Grassie who is proving such a  Mtnry W. Block  "H&R Block charges  a lot less than you  y, . ',.   '���: , ..'     .���-,���. ,'s,     .  might expect."  Our prlco Is baaed on tlie complexity of your return/not on  your Income or amount of refund. And laat year, nearly  three-quarters of a million Canadiana were helped by our  specially trained tax experts at an average fee of $16.10,  At H&R Block, we are Income specialist*.  H&R BLOCK*  THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE  GIBSONS 886-7414  In the Sunnycrest'Shopping Moll  MorvJat, ��.JO-fliJ0i frl, ��i30-.i00  ���_���^w^^  tS^tu^dayj for an^pearance onChannel 10  'TV, uncler the sponsorship of the Sechelt  Garden Club. The videotape will be included in a program on the arts and crafts  of the Sunshine Coast, so look out for it on  Channel 10. If you.would like to see Carmen giving live demonstrations, you are  strongly recommended to be at the  Welcome Beach Hall on Sunday, April 29  at 2 p.m. when she will demonstrate  arrangements using spring flowers and  the natural plant life which is to be found  on this coast. If you are seeking ideas of  what to do with those interesting  specimens of dried branches and driftwood, come along and see. Carmen's,  demonstration. Admission is 50 cents and  everybody I? welcome.  EASTER EGG HUNT  Halfmoon Bay Recreation Commission  held a successful Easter egg hunt on  Easter Sunday, with a good crowd of  children and plenty of help from parents  an friends.  In the ftoe-anchindejr category, Dave  Stephens won the prize for finding most  eggs, while Alexander Lavlgne was  awarded the prize for the best-decorated  egg and Steptenle Nichols for the fun-  niest entry. Ferla Packer found most eggs  In the 6 to 8-year category. Prize for the  best-decorated egg went to Dawn Goodman and for the funniest to Donna NygaW.  In the nine to 12-years category, Jamie;  Graham and Kenny Sorensen tied for the  most eggs found, while Hannah Antohysz  won the prize for the best-decorated egg  and Margaret Connor for the funniest.  Convenor was Rhonda Lavlgrie and the  judges were Bob Beaupre, Grace  Rutherford, and Els Mercer. Els, by the  way,, has won the Recreation Commission's nomination for Timber Maid. A  very happy event wound up with refreshments of coffee, Juice and hot dogs. The  Recreation Commission Is selling raffle  tickets for the Timber Days Special  Events draw; with prizes of 29 per centrir  per cent and 10 per cent of the,takings.  Tickets, 3 for a Dollar, are available from  any member of the Recreation Com*  mission.  .The Recreation Commission also  reports that the survey has started on the  recreation land on DL 1623 which was  recently leased from the government..'  FAMILY REUNION  Olive Comyn Is a member of a very  close-knit family of seven who have  always made a point of getting together at  least once a year. During the life of their  mother,; her birthday proved the appropriate, occasion, but since her death,  thoy have found other occasions for family  celebratloWA recent one which Olive and.  Keith Comyn attended was at Delta, to  celebrate the 30th wedding anniversary of,  Olive's brother and slateivlh-law, Peter  and Evelyn Waycott. All seven members  and some with their children, and they  came from as far east as Calgary and as  far west as Comox, The celebration took  the form of a smorgasbord supper at the  Save time and money ordering the records and tapes you want. Pop, country, folk, specialty - current hits and  golden oldies. Special discounts alt  labels,.satisfaction and safe delivery  positively guaranteed. Send 25c mailing for rush copy latest catalog.  Supersound, Box S227-SY Vancouver  B.C. V6B 4B3.      ���  -. <��� ���      . *. .    - --..-  'S-'J (KH.'il.*J  You Get What You  Pay For  DaVe   TlflSa '  ���the lowest expenditure oh education of any province  except P.E.I. and New Brunswick.  ���'   ���    ��� '   ' ''' '       ' *   ,7      \.',h  ,  ���the lowest expenditures on education per capita of the  labor force of any province.  ���the lowest expenditures as a percentage of personal   income of any province.     ���the teifist percentage of the gross provincial product  spent on education of any province.  Where does YOUR Candidate stand on  adequate financing for public education?  CHILDREN ON MAY 10.  ��X"*f��ti'-��*^fl'Jip^-im-�� >(HW^lf��-r it  Sponsored by Socholt Teachers' Association. i_-  *R-  PeVider Harbour noppen/ngs  Fantastic  by Doris Edwardson 883-2308  *   A' lot of, work went> into the second.'  annual Fashion Show put on by the Ladies  Auxiliary'to Br. 112 Royal Canadian,  Legion on ��pril li at the. Pendai HarbW,  ' Community Hall;     ~-     ,.   ;     : ,  The afternoon started with a luncheon  with table decorations.in an Easter motif  made by auxiliary members and friends.  Commentator for the afternoon was Violet  Evans, and she welcomed everyone, set  them at ease, and swept them through the  magic world of fashion.  She said the lovely hew clothes you will  see, today are from-our own Family  Fashion Store. Donna and Maureen have a  _reaL flair, for ^electing stylish, attractive  clothing, at practical prices. Fashionable  clothing must_be accompanied with good  *  grooming and how verylortunate lor us,  that Miss Sunny's Hair Boutique is located  right here in beautiful downtown Madeira  Park. When youhave an appointment at  Sunny's, not only clo you have coffee on the  house, you have a chance to look at all the  latest magazines, catch,up on all the  gossip, and come out with a smart hair'  style to suit your individual activities.  First model was Jessie Pritchard in  cypress green slims, nicely styled, sheer  blouse, interesting cut-out shaping at side  of shirt, flattering plaquet front. Bulky  been the days, but where were you ail.  Connie wore a grey party dress with a  flounce at the hemline;. Darlene modelled,;  _'a pretty bathing suit^of turquoise, always,;?  Harry Munro, another man about town,.  always working, jeans, chambray shirt,  interesting collar*, dome buttons. Lois  looked very smart in a slack suit, woven in  stripe effect. Tina wore baby doll pj's In  square gingham with unusual colouring.  7 Bryan had a coffee coloured housecoat,  Lisa, navy slacks, very popular with the  young set. Darlene, a navy, white and red  jogging or sun suit, stripe trim and red  hat.  ' Ethel Plante has won many prizes! with  Tier cosrtumepief hat is so veryelejgai-tand-  this outfit has been with her family for 60  "years." JessieTiaa "^a^mce "slaclc~-i_-.tr  three pieces, coral coloured, two-piece  dress with white background. Sheila,  attired in a gown, purple in colour, from  days gone by, leg o' mutton sleeves, lace  cuffs, bustles and bow, and hat plus the  terrific umbrella for showers or shade,,  Darlene in beige slacks, blouse in inner  or outer style, deep sleeve effect, handsome Barbie Sue knit vests, cable front.  Thelma and Les, our Southern Belle and  escort waiting for the Robert E. Lee. This  is a very gay looking dress with a beautiful  to Jean Prest, offset neckline, tight bodice,  skirt appliqued lace and bouffant panels.  l?#5^^FfS(ffl - H^pitel Auxiliary was ��ld��T Thursday,  ,of,$25.MaeW^  won toe prfce^a^y^^  ���BahTBoutique.     - 7  meeting at"2 p.m.The minutes, read by  JeanneLearrwereadopted."  -The quilt, which is to be raffled, was  much admired as it was put op display.  Rene Lawrence, Billie Steele and; their  workers are to be congratulated on a job  well done. Judy Steele, 886-2728, volun-  The Peninsula Times   .       PageA-5  Wednesday, April 25,1979  ~ThuY_^TfayiOTn~srHU  1:30 p.m. See you then.  .___.  '.,_'_.       -..     KayPwri-jfc-  Use 'Times'Adbrlefs to Sell,  Rent, Buy, Swap etc.  Special tharik-U^toi-_-es-J!6.wle--_-fQi--.  bringing in piano at the last minutes; also-  to Alice Haddock foe playing the piano.  MILK RUN'79  The Pender Harbour Secondary School  student body and staff will be one of  several hundred schools and communities   teered to lie In charge of ticket salesrlt  participating in the 1979 Milk Run. This  has been organized throughout the  province by the B.C. Federation of School  Athletic Associations. The Milk Run has  been organized to help promote physical  fitness, nutrition and also to aid the  physically handicapped.  The "Run" is a three km course set up  around the school yard and grounds that  the runners and joggers and walkers will  complete. On completion of the run (it is  not a race) the runner will donate a coin  which will in turn be donated to the Lions  _jtociety-Jo_L_CripplgdJ^  oi snir., u^ruis p��4�����������>����� ^^-jfultskirt flight -bodice Jbng_sleeves_and  cardigan by Bertie ����j���^"gw*���f coasting trim^Sna made the  cables coil down sleeves as well on the .     fir this dress  body wood^ffectlarge-buttons, stunning   ^^^^^^y^,  results. newadventurcBoaterhatandcaneaddto  Sheila   McCann  modelled  a  white    a,real lively holiday, perhaps at a gam-  then be given a container of milk, donated  by the province dairies.  A large community turnout is expected.*  Everyone is welcome. Mom, bring the  kids; working folks, .take an early lun-  chbreak and join in for a jog, this is your  opportunity to get involved and help a  crippled child.  Place - PH Secondary School, time -  Wednesday, April 25 at 11:30, objective -  help crippled children, promote physical  fitness and nutrition.  ..PARTICIPATE. Babysitting services  ^vaitable^tthe^ehookPhone 883-2727 for  more info.  PENDER   HARBOUR   COMMUNITY  CLUB  The Annual Spring Bazaar will be held  was suggested that each member be  responsible for selling a| least one book of  tickets.   . *    .  Judging by the various reports, all  services and activities are doing well.  Members are reminded that the Annual  Public Luncheon to welcome spring, will  be held on Thursday, June 7 from 11 a.m.  to 2 p.m. in the Senior Citizen Hall. All  plans for this event will be finalized at tha  next meeting.   Members voted that all future meetings  start at 1:30 instead of 2 p.m. Please make  _4Hiote--o��-this^ l_______.__=^^^_________=__^  A very successful bridge season,  arranged by.Marg Humm, closed with a  wind-up party with 96 members present. A  Rainy. Day Bridge series is being  arranged. Marg Humm; 88&-2840, has  details of this interesting sounding tournament. Phone her and join the action.  ��� A lively discussion took place over the  ways and means for our Christmas Gifts  Bazaar to be held on November 24 in the  Senior Citizen Hall. Boxes to hold White  Elephant items, and jars for jams and  jellies were distributed. Please bring any  ��� of your extra % pintf&id pint sealers to the  next meeting. Various sale items were  also displayed and enthusiasm over our  latest project ran high.  Don't forget that the Blood Donor Clinic  PENDER HARBOUR FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT  ANNUAL MEETING  ���    ^ -  Saturday, April 28, 1979,10 am  Lecture Room, Madeira Park Fire Hall  Public Invited  School District No. 46 (Sechelt)  KINDERGARTEN  REGISTRATION  Parents of pupils entering Kindergarten or Grade One in  September, 1979, and who are not registered at, or attending,  one of our schools at present are asked to register on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday, May 2nd, 3rd or 4th, at their  nearest elementary school.  Please bring a birth certificate or passport as proof of age.  wS^s^-lr^^^  It is most important that we achieve an accurate  registration in order to staff adequately.  Sharon, Diane, Erin and Brenda, all set for  the new pool or swimming in the ocean  modelled bathing suits. Gingham and  denim looks.  Thelma modelled a bathing suit they  call a confetti look as it is so pretty. Fits  like a dream as it is fashioned from jersey  stretch. She also wore,a Barbara Sue  cardigan with picket weave edges on the  sleeves and waist. The hatwas a must all.  Madeline looked perfect attired in a  hostess gown, suitable for an evening of  cards or just relaxing. Mike Brown cords  go anywhere, washable, always comfortable. Polyester shirt, handsome print,  browns and orange colours.  Pam Anderson, attractive in a full skirt  woven in varied patch pattern,, lively  spring colours, self belt, frill on bottom,  white blouse, elasticized bodice and deep  frill at neck and demure lace trim.  Les (Tom Jones) Fowler in brown,  cords etc., busy man about the Harbour, is  confident .he,, will S$^W^^^���ki  from these'^ever-pqpar -brovnfYM  slacks, shirt with dome.fasteners. Outfit  by Marvello.  Bea Marsden modelled a one-piece  well-fitted turquoise nylon bathing suit  with a lightweight, white, easy-care cover  up. Jill wore a stretch terry white robe  with red and white trim. Erin Duncan a  red patio gown, and Karen and Les,  Roaring 20's dresses. Oh those must have  Madeline, in a short flirtatious party  dress, pleated skirt, cross over bodice,  self-fabric flowers, silver necklace and  drop earrings. Michele, two piece bathing  suit, turquoise and made of cotton and  polyester. Les modelled jeans which are a  way of life; buildings, gardeners and  fishermen, etc. all wear them. A Black  Knight shirt, vavy stripes and plain navy  collar went with them.  Bea was ready for dancing'when "she  wore a gown which was made for Alice  Haddock in Powell River for a dance in  ,1930's, and Alice assured everyone that  she had many a good time in it., Don't  worry, Bea would have had just as much  fun. _     _  Jill modelled a chiffon-type two-piece  dress with bodice slightly gathered and an  inset yoke.  Erin again with Jill to wear a party  dress of mint green, apron effect. Ruth  Kobus, if ever a dress was made to fit, this  ^^asji^^eii-i^ent, of A jjramiy^rint^  skirt^has' slight iuilriess, frill" at bofoni;'  very tailored vest, and sheer blouse. -  There were so many styles and  everything was modelled so perfectly I  cannot print them all. Laura looked petite  wearing slims with featured elastic back  and looked ever so cute with her new  hairdo. Nightwear was modelled by Bea,  Sheila, Connie and Jessie'. Connie  modelled a wedding gown which belonged  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SALES a SERVICE  IN  THE M  OF SECHELT  Now Open MONDAY - SATURDAY, 9:30am - 5:3f  885-9816  Ask about our  "Package" deals.  __S> Mark of Quality  APPLIANCES & TELEVISIONS  For your sake  for  GERRY GRAY  SOCIAL CREDIT  a concerned citizen  COME AND MEET  GERRY GRAY  Your Social Credit Candidate  May 1,1979 at:  Egmont Post Office, 10 am  Irvings Landing Community Hall, 2-4 pm  Madeira Community Hall, 8 pm  VOTE GERRY GRAY  Ontfm10thofMAY  Community Hall. There will be dainty  hand-made knitted baby outfits, bargains  ^children's wear; novelties and gifts for  Mother's 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 kiddies, white elephant  booth, and the ever-popular home bake  table. Raffles will includeva hand hooked  rug, two dolls, and also grocery hampers.  Afternoon tea and coffee will be served.  The Community Hall is maintained by  the workers, who do this on a voluntary '  basis, and with rising costs for oil and  electricy it is getting to be a difficult  problem. The Hall is used free of charge  for play school and youth-groups. There  are many organizations and groups which  benefit from the work of the Community  Club. Donations would be appreciated for  home baking, white-elephant and plants.  Workers will be "at the hall on Friday  evening, May 4 at 7 p.m.  ARDEN BAY TOT A LOT  The Garden Bay Tot A Lot held a car  wash and bake sale on Saturday, April 14  at Taylor's Garden Bay Store and it was a  success, so the jungle-gym, swing slide set  purchased from the proceeds will be set up  adjacent to the Irvines Landing Community Hall. The mothers involved with to  express their sincere thanks to George and  Francis Taylor, Mri L. Munroe, Peggy  Peacock and everyone who supported this  project. Peggy Peacock and John Elsdon  won the Easter Cake Raffles and Peggy  kindly donated $50 to Tots Lots by raffling  off her cake.  MINI THRIFT SHOP  7 The Mini Thrift Shop is now open for  business. It is located at Gladys Brown's  Middlepoint, Highway 101. Anyone having  any donations please phone 883-9005. There  will be a membership tea on May 9 at the  Legion Hall at 1:30. Everyone welcome, ho  admission charge.  PH LIONS CLUB AUCTION  The Pender Harbour Lions Club will be  having an auction on April 28 at the PH  Community Hall at 1 p.m. You may find  something you really, need or buy  something you don't need, but turn out for  this as the auctions are for a good cause  besides being lots of fun.  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BR. 112  The ever popular meat draw will be  held on Saturday, April 28 at 2:30 p.m.  There will be live > entertainment in the  evening. The Nadan Band will be at the PH  Secondary School at 7:30, May 1.  CONGRATULATIONS, JOYCE  Joyce Clay passed her Advanced  Power Squadron exam and is now the only  female advanced power squadron  graduate on the Sunshine Coast.  HOSPITAL  Bill Scoular is in St, Mary's Hospital  and also Gus Provtnchor.  BIRTHDAY  4' Tupper Fulto was 90 years of age on  April 21 and would welcome his friends to  come say "hello". He Is staying with Keith  and Charlotte on Francis Peninsula.  PH SENIOR CITIZENS ASS'N,  BRANCH 80  A satisfying game of cards, a groaning  table of refreshments and a holiday air of  conviviality featured the April 16 meeting  of the Association. The Richards and the  Rlomes all pleasantly sunburned, were  welcomed back from a winter spent  comfortably in Indlo, Calif.  Jack Heidema made a resume of the  recent meeting of the regional council and  , reported that Adele de Lange of Sechelt  was elected chairwoman of that body  while Gladys Brown of Branch 80 became  .,,.ylee-chAlrwon-an,^   ���,;,.���������   The Provincial Chairman of the ���  Association, slated for May 14 to 16 In New  Westminster, was discussed and Branch  80's delegate, Jack Heidema, Instructed to  follows: whist - Joan Rlome and Lily  Jones; cribbage - Bill Brown and Flank  Richards.  Our next meeting will be held  First  TABLERITE MEATS  Young Turkeys       $1  Frozen, Utility Grade lb.   JL  Filing Chicken       $109  Fresh, Cut-Up, Gr. A ..............., lb. Jk  Skinless Wieners  Tablerlte   llb.pkt.   Bologna Chunks  GROCERY  IGA  Pork Sausage  Olympic * Pure   $100  lb. JL  29  TOMATO SOUP  Campbell's 10 oz   APPLESAUCE  IGA * Fancy   14 oz.   DOG FOOD���  IGA * Canned 15 oz.......  CREAMED CORN  Green Giant 14 oz.   4/U"  3/��l"  00  Side Bacon  Olympic * Sliced Ib.  FROZEN FOOD  French Fries JQ(  Carnation 2 lbs.  Orange Juice  NIBLETS CORN  Green Giant VP, 12 oz. tin...  SWEET PEAS  Green  Giant  * Summer 14 ox.  Sunklst 12 oz.  PRODUCE  DnRANflw .  CELERY  California   LETTUCE  California * Fancy  $100  MB  ..lb.  2/89c  2/89*  2/89'  TOMATOES 9/$ 100  IGA, 19 oi. Mm I      Mk  COFFEE WHITENER        $100  IGA 11 oz.                *  APPLE JUICE $100  IGA * Pure 48 ox.     JL  {4*9  ..in*  $100  $200  $too  2/$l00  GARBAGE BAGS $100  IGA 10-    JL  2/tp  MILK POWDER  IGA * Instant Skim 3 lb*. ..  KOOL-AID  Regular   KOOL-AID  Sugar Sweet   MIRACLE WHIP  Kraft 500g   DETERGENT  IGA * Blue Powdered 5 Ibt.  LIQUID BLEACH  IGA 128oz     GARBAGE BAGS  IGA * Kitchen 12��   LUNCH BAGS  IGA 50s   PENDER HARBOUR CENTRE  Madeira Park.883-9100  "WE RESERVE THE RIGHT JO LIMIT QUANTITIES"  Price* effective April 2&2i . Sechelt notes  By Peggie Connor, 885-9347  ! The 168 members of the Sechelt  Ratepayers Indicate there is interest in  what is going oh in the 'village. Mpre  members are "indeed welcome."Call  president at 8854374 Chuck Dowman if  you are at all interested.  The Ratepayers are looking for a  -scribe; that4_L-__i��i__QnJto_aasemble per^  tinent information discussed at the  executive and other meetings and to pass  Ut on to the rest of the members by a  ���newsletter. The first copy need not be  typed. They have people tod faculties  available to make the copy, the reprints  and the mailing, all they need, and it is an  important need, is someone^to con_pose  -the-letter. ���  tevetopers��� aTe=reeogmzing=the  Ratepayers as the voice of the people and  while the voices are getting louder they  still need more volume. You in the bade  row sing up where it will dbsomegood.  This is how it works!First desired,  zoning changes are broughfjto the planning meeting of the Sunshine Coast  .Regional Board and receive first reading.  Second a public meeting is held, advertised in the paper for all to see, and  results are taken to the Regional Board  where It is put up for second and third  reading.  Jfitget&thisiar, it then goes to Victoria  PageA-6  The Peninsula Times'  Wednesday, April 25,1979  Muriel  for approval by the Lands Branch' then  t��ck again to the Board for reconsideration and adoption.  At any time during' this procedure ���  -and���nothing���happens���over-night1-1���  petitions may be presented to the Board,  or appeals made to Victoria, The very  obliging staff of the Regional Board are  always willing to advise you of the dates  and how best to proceed to record your  wishes.  Your area Director is there to speak for  you, so speak to him. There again you have  a chance for your say. If for some reason  you do not see eye to eye with your  director, there is nothing stopping you  from speaking to any director, after' all,  they all have a vote on each problem.  Finally, when the subject in question  has passed all this, and only then, is the  development permit issued, and it states  - just what can be done and what cannot be  done. Maybe you agree up to a point, and  that point may be stipulated in the permit -  if it concurs with laws and by-laws pertaining to the subject.  If I have confused you, phone me up  and, we will both learn how to state it  clearly. " "���  SHOE REPAIR MAN RETIRES  �� ! Wes and Mary Harrowell have teen up  here since 1956, twenty-three years of  shoeing the public here but fifty-four years  in the business.  Wes comes of three generations of  shoemakers, on both his mother's and  father's side of the family. He learned the  trade from his dad, working with him  since he was thirteen or fourteen years  old, learning every facet of shoemaklng  from the sole,up, around, inside and out,  orthopedic, fancy boots, work boots, and  .ail. .".'  Harrowell Shoe Renew on Knight Road  and Kingsway since 1918 was a landmark  in Vancouver. In 1956, Wes' Dad retired  and Wes moved out to the country.  When he came here, there were Gypo  loggers behind every stump and they  depended on Wes to keep their boots in  repair. Many a pair of cork boots he made  from scratch. His versatility was backed  with his equipment which was custom  made and assembled by him, and could  repair any boot or shoe to customer  satisfaction.  This excellent equipment has been  snapped up by one of Vancouver's leading  specialty outfits, "Reno", ,who have  clientele who come from all over, many  outside of Canada, just to have footwear  made by them.  Mary Harrowell is a very sociable lady  and a grand entertainer and to hear her at  a piano or organ is a true musical treat.  Wes and Mary will be moving to the  Lower Mainland where many of Mary's  family live, but they Will be back to visit.  The last twenty-three years have (been  the most enjoyable Wes has spent In the  trade. The public relations have been  outstanding and they both wish to thank  the public f ropi tho bottom of their hearts  for the association they have enjoyed and  friends made. They will never forget us.  Wes ls an ardent fishermen ��� another  reason he ls bound to bo back. Good luck  and happy retirement.  INSTANT WEDDING  Sam and Betty Call! found out how  quickly a wedding could be planned with a  little co-operation from everyone. When  friends from Pentlcttfh phoned, to say they  would like to be wed in Sechelt the  following weekend and that date happened  to be Easter weekend, they had to move  fast, .'.,.,  Despite the date, Sylvia Blackwell  came up with a beautiful wedding cako,  Lynne Florists the floral arrangements,  and Marsha Phelan agreed to perform the  ceremony on Saturday. (This was a last  tlrno for this service on Saturdays according to tho Village office).  Muriel Mae Moore and Benjamin John  Mayes were Joined together in holy  matrimony on April 14, with matron of  honor, Betty Call! and best man Sam Colli,  Also attending was Muriel's daughter Mrs.  Joy-Anne Bell.  A wedding dinner with the cake and  fief eti was erijoyftd fit the Fi.TrtHertfiri.Tho  pair honeymooned at the Calll home in  Went Sechelt. The couple plan to moye to  the Halfmoon Bay area In the fall when  \  Ben retires from Forestry  from B.C. Telephone.  SPCA NEED HELP _  Urgently needed in the Sechelt area is  an assistant Inspector for the SPCA to  check out reports received by the Society  and then call in Len Wray for required  action. It is only for the Sechelt area,  excluding the Reserve as that and other  areas all have a representative. Phone Bill  - Walkey for-further explanation of  requirements at 885-2505.  OLIVER VISITORS  Jamie and Helen Stephens were happy.  to Have as guests, friends from Atlin where  Jamie was conservation officer and Cpl.  Mike Morhun"was the RCMP officer-in  "charge; ���  Mike is now second in charge at the  Oliver detachment. It was a happy reunion  for Mike and Sue ahd daughters Shawne  and Tracey. Sue is a fellow columnist  writing the same type of local news for the  Oliver Chronicle.  SURPRISE TRIP  Cliff and Kathy Acton, with daughters  Nicole and Erica/totally surprised Cliff's  parents in Ontario by just walking up to  the door with no fbrwarning.  They holidayed for two-and-one-half  weeks, dividing their time between friends  -and relatives-in4^n--for4^md-Irenton--  They were barely home when Kathy was  off to a meeting of the Timber Day planners where she is in charge of special  . events. Cjttching a quick breath for the  _&x-  By JENNIFER HOPKINS .' plane on Wednesday and left, Thursday.  Although this week was short because   We had an interesting visit with them,  of Easter Monday, we did enough work for       On Thursday it was like summer again,  a full week. so we did our school work in the sun.  On Wednesday, we split into separate        Writing tills article is fun. But you must  groups. One group went on a hike to First    be getting bored with us. So I might have a  Lake: The hike was about eight miles    little surprise iqr you next week.   altogether. The nine people including Greg  Miller had to cross Deserted River by  cable and as far as I know only one got  wet.  -���The seconchgrouFwent^tovisit-our  neighbor Minnie Solberg and enjoyed a  really nice visit with her.  Shortly after we got back from Minnie's  we headed for Malibu. We were greeted  warmly by Mr. Bruno Dombroski and his  wife Kay. The group had an extensive tour  of Malibu and like Mr. Dombroski said, "it  is a cpnununity_in.itself.''.Malibu has an  ice-cream shopxalled the Jotemjnaan-la^,  store that has everything from,fine china  to drug store items. We will be going on an  overnight visit to Malibu soon. We can  hardly wait.  All of us had some new faces to look at  this week. There was Ed Nicholson accompanied by Mr, Saul Arbess of the  Ministry of Education. Thejy came in by  WOOD RESOURCES  ALSO OPEN SATURDAYS  11 A.M.-2 P.M.  ���Rough Lumber  ���Cutting  ���Logging  ���Thinning  on FIELD ROAD  885-2455  next night she planned to surprise husband  Cliff with a birthday party with sixty-eight  invited guests.  IT'S A GIRL *      ���  Cecil Stroshein planned his visit well.  His wife Raphela, concerned with possible  complications, was visiting with Paul and  Olive Stroshein to be near St. Mary's  Hospital. Cecil made a trip from their  home in Campbell River and the baby  obliged by appearing before he had to  return to work. All doing well.  ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL  BEAUTIFUL  The new look of our hospital evokes  admiration from all visitors. However,  there is still lots of hammering and noise  to go on as the centre part is in the process  of renewal. Bear with it, the results are  worth the upheaval.  DOWN UNDER PLANTS  The Sunshine Coast Arts Center  Building fund committee Invite everyone  to a slide presentation by Max Evert in the  music room - of Chatelech Secondary  School, Sechelt, 8 p.m. May 14, Monday.  This will be on wild flowers, flowering  trees and ground orchids and other interesting flora and; fauna found in  Australia, as well as general views of the  countryside and their strange and wonderful birds. Mostly frwn the "Dead  Heart" or barren center of the land "down  under". Admission is one dollar which will  aid in furnishing the new arts building.  FATHER TOM NICHOLSON  We could do with so many people like  Father Nicholson. Many times you have  seen and heard what Father Nicholson has  done to aid the sick and sad. He seemed to  be where he is needed at the right time. A  humble man of steel, he ls moving to St.  Josephs in Delta.  The Catholics have had several "going  away" get-togethers but he served all  pepple when the need arose and he will be  missed by all be came in contact with.  Father Angelo from St. Edmonds,  North Vancouver, will be the new Priest to  serve the Sunshine Coast from Gibsons to  Pender Harbour.  SENIOR LADY ON THE RESERVE  The eighty-fifth birthday of Cecile  August was celebrated Friday, April 20  with friends and relatives there to see her  blow out the candles. Happy Birthday Mrs.  August. May we see that lovely smile for  many more years yet.  TIMBER DAYS  Special events teams are off and  running with points being won by each  team for sale of 50-50 raffle tickets. Buy  your tickets from the team of your choice.  Half the money goes for expenses of  Timber Day and the rest for ticket winners.  Half moori Bay Recreation is working to  see Els Mercer as Timber Maid. The  RCMP's representative Is Lee-Ann  Nestman, Bank of Montreal have Carole  Bystedt. More later on this. Pick the team  youare going to suppojrt find Join In the  fun.  HAIR DRESSER NEEDED  Volunteer for a much-needed service at  St. Mary's Hospital. The Hospital  Auxiliaries halrdresslng service Is In need  of more helpers. It is not necessary to be  expert ait doing hair but Just that you care  enough to make a patient feel better by  looking better.  Phone Sheila Poulsen 885-0653 and offer  your help and know you are aiding in a  worthwhile service.  Got the blues?  Want to get ftway from  It all?  Take a walk!  mtmti^,  For every eligible man ,woma_i  and child in the province:  5 FREE SHARES IN THE  BRITISH COLUMBIA RESOURCES  INVESTMENT CORPORATION.  You will share in 81% of  Canadian Cellulose.  You will share in oil and gas  exploration rights in  northeastern B.C.  You will share in 10% of  Westcoast Transmission.  Ownership of our resource industries should  ,  be in the hands of individual Bntish  Columbians To encourage this trend, your  government is offering five free shares in the  recently-formed British Columbia Resources  Investment Corporation to every eligible  resident of ourjpr$vince Following are  answers to the most important questions  concerning this unique offer���  Who is eligible?  Every.person who has lived in B.C. for the  , past year���arid who holds br has qualified  and applie'd fpr Canadian citizenship���is  .-  eligible for five free shares in B.CR.I.C.  Those 16 years of age and over should apply  for shares on their own behalf. For children *  under 16, application should be made by the  mother or guardian. Infants, born in B.C;.on  or before June 15,1979 and resident here  since birth, also qualify for free shares.  Application, again,' should be made by the  mother or guardian.  Free shares are also available to those  ordinarily resident In B.C. who have been  temporarily absent from the province during  the 12 mbhths Immediately preceding the  offer, provided such persons are  otherwise eligible,  What do B.CR.I.C.  shares represent?  The B.C. Resources Investment Corporation  Is the holding company for shares held by the  province In a variety of B.C, resourpe  Industries and enterprises. B.CR.I.C, holds  81% of the common shares of Canadian  Cellulose, 100% of the common shares of  Kootenay Forest Products and Plateau Mills,  10% of Ihe common, shares of Westcoast  Transmission, plus oil and gas rights In a vast  area of northeastern B.C.���Investments  transferred at a value of over $151 million.  B.CR.I.C, shares represent partial ownership  of this whole range of enterprises.  How can I apply?  Application forms are available at hanks, trust  companies, credit unions and Investment  dealers throughout B,C, When making  application, you must present two of the  following pieces of IdenlKlcaljon: <i.) driver's  licence, b.) Social Insurance card; c.) Medlcnl  Plan card, II you are 65 years of nge or over,  rt Phnrmncnro card,Is sufficient proof  ol Identity.  Moth��.�� or guardians applying lor .children. ....  under 16 are required to furnish only a  medical plan number or n birth certificate lor  such children. Young people, 16 nnd over,  who have not yet obtained such identification,  may establish their identity by presenting their  birth certificate or other acceptable identification���in person���at the office of their local  Government Agent (or. m the Lower  ..Mainland, at.their local Motor Vehicle /_  Branch office) "..  Those unable to apply in person may  delegate a suitable individual to act on their  behalf���that person must utilize a Power of  Attorney form, avaijable. where applications  are made. :  When does the offer  expire?  To take advantage of the free share offer, you   .  must submit your application by June 15,  1979. Should there be extenuating circumstances���absence from the province  during the application period, tor   ,  example���an appeal may be made to the .  Ministry of Finance by September 30, 1979.  When do I receive my  shares?  Distribution of free shares by B.CR.I.C will  begin Immediately after British Columbia Day,  August 6, 1979. The person making  application has until September 30, 1979 to  pick up the shares where application  was made.  Can I buy additional  shares?  Yes, If you qualify for free shares, you have  the option of purchasing up to, 5,000  additional shores at a price substantially below  their underlying value, This price will be  , specified on your application form,  No Individual or corporation may own more  than 1% of the voting shares of B.CR.I.C.  (although pension funds may own up lo 3%),  Corporations and pension funds, however,  are not allowed to participate In the Initial  share Issue,  Will I be able to sell  my shares?  Yes, Stock market trading In shares Is ,!  expected lo commence shortly after the  distribution date , , , and at this point, n  "market value" will ho established, I lywovur,  II Is hoped that a majority of British  Columbians will not only retain, but enlarge,   their-hnru holdings. In this way, they will  participate directly In the continued expansion  of our resource Industries, while ensuring that  cohlrol of these Industries remains in B.C.  You will share in 100% of  Kootenay Forest Products and  Plateau Mills.  What if my shares are lost  or stolen?  The free shares will be "bearer" shares���in    /  other words, owned by and saleable by the  bearer, and not registered to any individual  Therefore, there, is no protection against Iosse-*  or theft However, each block of 100 shares  ' or more will be registered in the rfame of an"  individual share-holder (and thus protected)  Because registenng takes additional time,  persons planning to purchase blocks of shares  for registration should submit their applications as early as possible. Note; only the  holders of registered shares will be eligible to  vote on company matters and receive  ���financial-information and other communica-  tions from the company.  How will B.CR.I.C. use  its money?  All money Invested in the B.C. Resource  Investment Corporation will be used to  further its Investment objectives, Including  the development of resource Industries within  British Columbia,  Other questions?  For further Information ori the free share  offer-or about B.CR.I.C���contact; B.C.  Government Public Information. In  Vancouver, phone 873-3455. In Victoria,  phone 387-6121.  , In other arcps, Information Is available  through your'local Government Agent,  APPLY NOW AT BANKS,  TRUST COMPANIES,  CREDIT UNIONS,  INVESTMENT DEALERS  THROUGHOUT  BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Province of  British Columbia  APPLICATIONS FOR B.C. RESOURCES  INW-Ldl IflEaR I otinlfkw MI  SUDShiDeCoiastCDBdilUniQD  -..i.���iii-iij.Mj. ni j/igi. i....ir inniiij    n.ni ot.i....il _ ii inuruirr i-iii.jiil)iiii. titii"-!.. i LirnunTu _- ._,._. J .U...U... . j _li i h n 11... ir ii-nnn ��   .   i. ~- u"    r--n���-���-���_-. _-_���---���������  finuiDir ctdcct crfuin t   IrUfwIflE. 51 If EC, I f aCvllEJUl  PHONE 885-3744  fKmncimm.nl  Walk n Mock.TrwIny. :.-h)-:-  HONOUR ROLL ��� APRIL, 1979,  GRADE 8  7 Cindy" Chappell," Jennifer- Dowman;'  Nadine Hall, Lisa Matthaus, Elaine  Mathieson, Ellen Thomas, Darcie Young.  GRADE 9  Ray Clayton, Andrew Frizzell, Caroline  Gill, Slierry Jorgensen, Petrina Nicholson,  Jennie Fajor.      . ' ���v  Advertisiiig.^  lets good   vj  IRtle products  compete with  the biggies!  CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORY-BOARD  GRADE 10   i-'J ;;> h;; _   ^OLndy AROS, Gordon Clayton, Karen  -Evans,>Lori TJovick, * Shelly-Nelson,' Karif  Nielsen, Steven Ono; Niels Payne, Pamela  Traff," Winnie Wong. V -     .  HONOURABLE MENTION  GRADE 8  Steven   Almond,   Danny   Brown,  Elizabeth Corbin, Leslee Johnson, Sonja  Jorgensen,-John Kerpan, Deborah Kiltam,-  Tammy McPhail, Celine Nicholas, Joanne  Sigouin, Susan Slack, Tina Willoughby.  GRADE 9  Lana Allan, Eileen Bandi, Tony  -Brooks���Mary- Evans^. Ifod^Lehmanf  Stephenie Murphy, Alison Nicholas,  CarrieTrousdell, Yvonne Wong.  GRADE 10  Lynn'Creighton, Tammy Enns, David  Madeal, Kevari Van Velzen, Peter Wet-  more, Sherri Young.  CoastStrokers-  1 ���*��� j  P'  ers  By Dennis Gray  Wednesday, April 25,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageA-7  No. 1 IN COLOR TV  Now Open Mondays-Saturday, 9:30 am-5:30 pm  SUNSHINE COAST T.V.~  885-9816      |ty  V  STEREO ft APPLIANCES  Cowri* St.  AFTER THE SALE IT IS THE SERVICE THAT COUNTS  I expect the, man who invented the  motorcycle was. an adventuresome individual who was looking for economical  transportation with a bit of freedom- and'  excitement thrown in. Today's motorcyclist is looking for much the same thing,  but where the first two-wheeled motor  vehicle was perhaps chugivated by a 1 or 2  --hpsteamenginertoday^ engiiKhmay-bea���  four or even six cylinder mill putting out  over a hundred hp.  Looking at illustrations of early  motorcycles, one can see little resemblance to today's machines." except they  also had two wheels. What little power was  generated by the, reciprocating mess of  scalding,, oil-covered metal that served as  =-an ehgine^was transmitted directly to the=  back wheel by a long leather belt. There  was no selection of gears and de-clutching  was done by slipping the leather belt off  the pully.  The machines were slow as was the  progress in their development. When a  transmission, consisting of two gear ratios  was incorporated into motorcycles, it was  a hand-select type. It was obviously  designed so that the feet were fully utilized  in maintaining balance and fending off  dogs.  Until  motorcycles, became  ec-  ___no-_--dC--_^_-iea_4We___(SDmeo_ie -_S8W___a_  chance go make. a buck) they were  regarded a-i-the shortesLand mosLviolenti  Expand Into  WHITEHORSE, YUKON  RETAIL SPACE AVAILABLE  /  r  Presently under construction, a shopping  centre in a rapidly growing residential area of  Whitehorse, Yukon. Retail space is available  for a drug store, full service restaurant, variety  store, etc.  ,  For further details, contact  David S. Potter  Maclab Enterprises Ltd.  P.O. Box 3160, Edmonton,  Alberta T5J 2G7  .pr.phpn��.403-420-6666      .. .,  Mushroom  when you  P\ I /  -usc, IT ENINSUL A  885-3231  OR  DROP YOUR ADS  OFFAT  THE HERON CAFE,  GIBSONS HARB0UI  ���        ���  ���     ���  derstand, or would not understand. A  consumer not interested in the mechanics,  who wasn't interested in the servicing and  tinkering his- machines required, who  didn'tcare how it was done as long as it  was done without fuss or muss.  They were interlopers to motorcycling,  they were kids and women and many were  content to rldeUttie piddlers.Thejrwere~  regarded by some manufacturers as  unwelcome and comtemptible triflert.  I once took the time to write one of  these overly proud manufacturers to  suggest some improvements to their  machines. They replied that they had been  building machines for. over 75 years and  nothing I might suggest could possibly  impTdvet--im.~" =      "7  Within two years all my suggestions  had been adopted by a Japanese  manufacturer. I still sell that brand today.  Keep strokin.  Farmer's Market,  Hall of Fame in  ItVSECRETARIES WEEK       APRIE 22-28      7   "She Deserves  ' a Bouquet..."  ANN-LYNN FLOWERS or EXQUISITE BOUQUET  885-9455 886-9222  Sechelt Sunnycr*.. Centra, Glbtont  SECHELT & DISTRICT  CHAMBER OF COMMERCE  is pleased to announce the opening  of their new office facilities on  ���~ COWRIE STREET���  in preparation for the Tourist Information Centre.  OPEN HOUSE  SAT., APRIL 28TH  12-4 P.M  trip to hell, an impression some people  have of them to this day..  However, the idea caught on and there  -was-a-^eriod-t-would-refer-to-as-tli  Renaissance of motorcycles, notably  between the two world wars. It was during  this time the nations of Europe, urged on  by. a population seeking the freedom of  mobility, but lacking the resources for  automobiles, developed many strange and  wonderful contraptions. In fact although  today's amazing technology has perfected  these machine to an unbelievable state of  refinement, little that is seen today is  actually new. Modern. marketing may  insist that cantilevered suspension, ad*  justable air shocks, three-, four- and six-  cylinder engines are- new, when in fact  many were first seen during the  productive Renaissance of motorcycling.  ./ Such names as Norton,. BMW,  Triumph, NSU, Ducati, Aerial, Beneili and  many more, some familiar, some not, are  still hanging in there. But most have lost  . hold of the financial lifeline, have sunk into  the depths of history, Men and companies  whose genuis conceived most of what we  enjoy in motorcycles today, were rejected  by a mass consumer they could not un-  . Roberts Creek Daze is coming. Along  with the planning of this year's events, the  -Roberts Creek Community Ag&.ti_?-ii_B_-j-  enthusiastic about-finding ways to make  the spirit of the Daze last throughout the  rest of the year.  At the latest monthly meeting April 18,  the association members joined together  in taking positive steps toward encouraging the strong sense of community  that the Creek has always had. In addition  to the July 13 and 14-Roberts Creek Daze  celebration, the Association has instituted  the Roberts Creek Hall of Fame ��� a  paeans of honouring outstanding citizens  and achievements in the community.  A committee has also been formed to  organize a regular Farmer's Market for  the summer months in the park behind the  Post Office.  The Library Committee would like to  expand the library's hours, and several  people have expressed interest in having a  summer story time for the children.  An annual fall dinner promises to be a  memorable community  event.  And  a  concert featuring local musical and  'dramatic talent is also in the offing.  7 The Community Association welcomes  the participation of all residents of  Roberts Creek. If you would like to get  involved in any of the above projects, or if  you have any other ideas', please call 885-  5783. And don't forget the Roberts Creek  Daze planning meeting on April 25 at .8  p.m. in the Community Hall.  *~~Date^aptf  April 25 ��� Plant Sale & Tea, Egmont Community Hall, 2 pm.  April 25 ��� Family Library & Story Time, Wilton Creek Community Hall,  11:30-1 pm.  April 25 ��� Planning Meeting for Roberts Creek Daze, 8 pm, Community  -    Ha||.-   April 25 ��� Business & Professional Women's Meeting, Chatelech, Rm 112,  _     7:30 pm.AII interested ladles we.lcome.CallJean Ferrle, 885.-5017 f_pr_  info.  April 26 ��� Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting, Wilson Creek Community Hall,  .'    8:30 pm. Call 885-2896 or 886-3394 foe info.    :April 27.��� Community Library, Wilson Creek Community .Hall, 2-4 pm.  April 27 ��� St. George's Day Tea Baking & Plant Sale, St Aidan's Hall, 2-4  pm. Door prize'& raffle.  April 27 ��� Fun Fair at Roberts Creek Elementary School, 7 pm. Games, -  -  plant sale, white elephants, cake walk, bake sale. Everyone welcome.  April 28 ��� OAPO Spring Bazaar & Plant Sale, Harmony Hall, Gibsons, 1:30  pm. 75c admission, raffle for $50 food hamper.  May 1 ���Al Anon Meeting, St. Aidan's Hall, 8 pm.  May 3 ��� Roberts Creek Legion Br 219 Bingo, Early Bird, 7, Regular 8.  May 5 ��� St Bartholomew's Anglican Church, Gibsons, Rummage Sale, 10  am, Church Hall.  May 5 ��� Annual Guide/Scout Auction, Trail Bay Mall, 10 am-2 pm.  May 8 ��� Headstart Prenatal Classes; Music Rm, Chatelech, 7:30-9:30.  <  Women up to 6 months pregnant welcome. Bring husbands. No charge.  ���' *��� For further irlfo-flt ^registration-call 886-2228.'-  USE THIS SPACE TO PROMOTE YOUR. ORGANIZATION'S EVENTS.  ITS FREE. CALL 885-3531.  Lambs 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'  lp than 100 years.  _ -!_. ���'  ,-    A  .-     \  PageA-8  Tbe Peninsula Times  Wednesday, April 25,1979  course  Q.h<.onf:  wikqkt rfkmttig  FOR TIMES CALL      OO  Sf.6-PG0'  ~ Close ~to 300 questionnaires-had been  returned to Gordon Wilson of Capilano  College by the weekend in the "Education  Needs Assessment" survey on the Sunshine Coast and he^pleased.with the  "response." " TT\  Wilson hopes more will come in and  wants them sent in "right away" even  though the April 20 deadline is passed.  He said there is usually about a 12 to 20  per cent response oh these surveys and he  is looking for a 1,000 total from residents  by April 30.  _______[-ie__dat-Us_J___fe  Ministry of Education, research branch,  and whfn it is,retunied Wilsonwill'.wri-e-  up the report. 4 .  ' In addition to the mailed questionnaire,  about 300 randomly-selected people are  being personally interviewed, along with  grade-10,^ ll~and 12 students, Wilson-  reported.��� ������r���  A special questionnaire has been  designed for business people and he wants  their participation so they can be included  in the report.  "This is a real opportunity for us on the  Coast to have direct involvement in  developing education programs that will  7help people in our communities get access  to both academic andvocatlohal^technica^  training without going to Vancouver," he  said. ~' _  Wilson has scheduled three public  meetings for people who would like to  make more specific proposals or have  -more informationr t���-_  ForTort Mellon, Gibsons,. Roberts  Creek and area, a meeting will be held at  Elphinstone School, Room 111, Thursday  at 7:30 p.m.s  For Pender Harbour, Egrjnont areas it  will be at Madeira Park Elementary  School library Sunday, April 29 at 3 p.m.  For Wilson Creek, Davis Bay, Sechelt,  ���Halfmoon Bay and area the meeting is  ^slated-for-Ghatelech-Schooli=Room=112,  Monday, April 30 at 7:30 p.m.  Rezone objections  Sechelt aldermen Larry MacDonald  and Joyce Kolibas registered negative  votes on the introduction and first reading  of a bylaw to rezone Lot 18 of Block 10 on  District Lot 30T~for higher-density  dwellings.  finnative vote to those of Aldermen  Morgan Thompson and Frode Jorgensen  but MacDonald said the bylaw required  "two-thirds majority of council and we  haveihree-fifths."���   Acting Village clerk Ron Gibb said the  Mayor Harold Nelson added his af-   miaifdpal act rrow requires <mly a "simple  Beginner adult  majority:1 __^___  He said he believed the municrpai act  takes precedence, but that he would look  into it.  -MacDonald was against the bylaw  piano course  An intensive 8-week piano course for  adult beginners is scheduled to begin next  week under direction of Susan Elek,  pianist.  The course will teach music reading,  some - basie theory and general  musicianship and is intended for those  with no previous knowledge of music who  are willing to practice one hour a day for  the duration of the course.  Small classes will be arranged and  time and place can be planned by phoning  Elek at 885-3936.  because he said the owners have no plans  for the land for the next "three for four  years and the present zoning is enough to  meet the needs of the immediate future."  He referred to a recent letter from the  senior planing coordinator for the ministry  of municipal affairs, which said provision  of _ai\d in the community plan for higher  density dwelling seemed excessive.  MacDonald was concerned that  rezoning this land would preclude further  rezoning of land in Sechelt for higher  density dwelling.  The land, owned by Len Van Egmond,  is situated on the rock bluff above and west  of Osborne's in Porpoise Bay.  Chatelech students hold  Milk run Wednesday, April 25  The students of Chatelech Junior  Secondary School will play a large part in  the B.C. Federation of School Athletic  Associations' Milk Run on Wednesday,  April 25 at Sechelt.  Close to 200,000 secondary school  students from 210 schools throughout the  province Will take part in one of the most  unique events to be staged during School  Sports Week in Canada.  The Milk Run works this way: all  secondary schools in the province are  being encouraged to have their students  join in a three kilometre run, jog or walk  on April 25. All participants are being  asked to donate a coin to the B.C. Lions  Society for Crippled Children.  Upon completing the three kilometre  course, each participant will be given a  carton of milk from the local dairies, as  well as a participation certificate.  The run. will begin at approximately  Aerobic dance  i \  in the park  The Western Weight Controllers of  Sechelt want to enjoy the sunshine while  they kick up their heels practising their  Aerobic Dance steps, and will take their  music to the park for the next few months.  They wish to invite any women who would  like to join them In these (free) and most  pleasant, outdoor exercise sessions to  meet them in Hackett Park at 1 p.m'. on  any un-rainy Monday, Tuesday and  Wednesday. For more information on  these sessions, please 9a!! 885-9386.  11:50 a.m. at the school. The students will  follow a/ course which travels through  ..Sechelt and finishes at the school.  School Sports Week in Canada is April  22-28 with a "fun and fitness" theme. It is  designed to promote participation in  school sports programs and dedicated to  recognizing the contributions of the  thousands of volunteer teacher-coaches  who work so hard to xnake school  programs successful.  It is hoped that the milk run will raise  some $20 -$25,000 for the Lions Society for  Crippled Children.  The contact for the Chatelech Junior  Secondary milk run is Mr. L. Stoochnoff.  Police news  Six fuel injectors were reported stolen  April 18 to Gibsons RCMP. The injectors,  valued at approximately $500, were stolen  from the vicinity of the B & K logging road.  , A break-in to a building at the corner of  School Rd. and Highway 101 was reported  Aprilie.  A 24" Hasqvarna chainsaw valued at  approximately $300 was reported stolen  from North Rd.  A rock was thrown through the window  of a business complex on Porpoise Bay  Rd., some time between 6 p.m. April 12  and 10 a.m. the next day, Sechelt RCMP  report.  A 1066 GMC was stolen from the Gulf  Oil Bulk Plant compound April 16. The  vehicle was recovered later the same day.  A break-in was attempted to a trailer at  the sewage plant belonging to Robinson  Construction. Two windows were pried  open but entry, was not gained.  ..because every  child has the  1979  International  Yea rot the  Child  \  IJiiiecf Canada (J)  Re-Elect  DON LOCKSTEAD, NDP  Thursday, May 10  Authorized by  the Mackenzie NDP Association ~  " WED~APWr_-57 BPffT  THURS.. APRIL 26, 8 PM  FRL, APRIL 27, 8 PM  1  For times pleas* call 886-2827.  Some very  violent  scenes.  SAT.,. APRIL 28. 8 PM  SUN., APRIL 29. 8 PM  MON., APRIL 30, 8 PM  TUES., MAY 1, 8 PM  COMING NEXT  PINOCCHIO   THE  4IFESAVER  CHARLESCflAFT SMOKE OETECTOB  Feature, alarm hom sound leved 85 dbA al  10 It, low battery indicator - chirps at 30  second intervals for up to 35 days Single sta  lion unit with dual lonsation chambers lor  maximum reliability. Comes with 9 volt bat  TEA KETTLE  2_ qt.'capacity. ..A���Q  rrr        Stainless steel.   ��1  IOO  l��Ut 3S0IB8CIH      | Mm.  ELECTRIC  KETTLE  1500 watt oval unit  with detachable cord.  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SPRING VALUE TIME AT  9w9mmmw&  "many unadVertlsed  specials, too"  DEPARTMENT STORt :..���"��� J  y  f;...i;W$?i-^^��-Ar-^W<-^  R%^��^jTO^i!^^|j_^*  SHIP  inhhm  ���������;���.;yShi- ��� ?h\^���^aMP_  ��$1  Ii  ���������� a. ����� *m- >s- ^ *���& I :��� 'i-m;^. wJ -\_w_  tet^tfiislfjiiisfclsl-l  MWM&VA&AI  yes  fashions at the Fashion show and  luncheon organized by Madeira Park  Harbour (I^mmimityHaU Saturday.  -New las-iLansT^yCT^  modelled, from left, by Lois Haddon,  Thelma LeSeelleur, Jessie Pritchard  and Sheila McCann were dug from the  attics of lo^al pierspnsi^^^^i^^^^^^^^^^^^^'^7^^^^^^^^^^^ ;  Si  Y. Pender Harbours '.'district.- voters  Saturday came out strbiigly in favor of the  $192,(K>0 swirr_rr-ing pool iacility to be built  under the new school gym at Kleindale.  With645 ballots,''^ii;'^ v^d'-ywip^.i-  nearly 70 per;.cei-t.i"fii fa^^: dMisioh ;  from nearly^"^.ijfe^i^OTt;jt*: "iSiJ^tte^ydrters--;;7  The cost of building and operating the  pool is to come out of school taxes at a rate  'pf;aboi-t..&i2-n_il^ 'h- 7;';  A recent meeting of the Fender Ha^  bour Ratepayers Association is reported to  have voted by "at imtiiffiji^  the facility due to incomplete infoririation  being available about the project.   7  ^7Tl\n^t-Cipp^  grant of $89,000 tiward ^ p��i_ect would  leave the community share of tiie cost at  $103,000 with an annual debt charge of  $13,800, according to pool committee head  ;4^e,y(ite was held for .a "specified  wea" within electoral areay\ in which the  taxes would be raised.  SectioriB  Wednesday, April 25,1978!  Pages 1-8  D01PT  DRINK  AND DRIVE.  DrinkingHdriving offences got a driver  six months in jail after an appearance in  Provincial Court last week when Judge  J.S.P. Johnson found the man needed an  "effective cure" at an alcohol treatment  'center.; .;..:���;..^:/-:':.^;,f;fr;77.,;;;_:;!v->7-7.777:j^^77-  7;;7'^^ncitio0^  that i-Tjaft^ ^^foiuid'W W  case, and John McCready was sentenced  to  six  months  imprisonment  in  the  .Alouette River alcohol treatment center.  The notice was served on an August 29  charge of driving with a blood-alcohol  level of over ;08 which, because of two  prior alcohol-related convictions, netted  McCready the minimum three months in  jail.    ./,������'  McCready was also found guilty of a  September 16 charge of driving while over  ,08 and another charge of refusing to take  a breathalyser test.  For these,' McCready received the  further three months. Judge Johnson said  six months is the minimum time needed to  receive an "effective cure" at Alouette  River.  "We've got to do something to keep you  off the highway," Judge Johnson said.  "You have not hurt anybody yet,,. one  day you will not be so lucky."  Preston Saul was found not guilty of  Attend  the Church  of  your choice  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE.  Service and Sunday School each Sunday  at 11:30 a.m., Wednesday Evenings 7:30.  AH in St. John's United Church,  Davis Bay  Phone 885-3157, 886-7882,  Sechelt P.O. Box 1514  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  Rev. T. Nicholson, Pastor  TIMES OF SUNDAY MASS  7:00 p.m. Sat. eve at St, Mary's, Olbsons  9:00 a.m. Our Lady of Lourdes, on  thetSechelt Indian Reserve  10:00 a.m. at The Holy Family Church In  Sechelt.  ,,  ,,,.,.,,...,,.. ���..,_..���,���  12 noon at St. Mary's Church in Olbsons  UNITED CHURCH  9:30 n.m.���St. John's. Wilson Creek  1           llil 5- A.m.-- Olbsons  ~*_  SurinycreitiMoll, Qlbsons,  "FOR THE FINEST IN  DINING PLEASURE"  ���AUTHENTIC CHINESE FOOD  ���WESTERN FOOD Served Promptly a Courteously.  BUSINESS HOURS:  TUES.-THURS. 4:30 p.m.-l 1 p.m.  FRI. & SAT. 4:30 p.m.-l2  SUNDAY 4:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m.  (Cloted Mondays)  , ,,Tq.H��,,6u|tJFra��,Horn* Ddlyery  "Your fully licensed & Family Re��taurant"  breaching his probation by consuming  alcohol. Judge Johnson said Saul had the  "perfect right to say no, hedidnt^tewto7:  ':������ take ':a: joiireiatj^ ..;;;7-7J  This is why he now is%&-,dirig iriT*  probation orders that a person prohibited  from consuming  breathalyser test when apprehended,7  Judge Johnson said. 7f  Two brothers who elected to be tried by  & judge without a jurywere committed to-  trial by Judge J.S.P. Johnson after a  preliminary hearing last week in Sechelt  Provincial Court.  Edward Alvin Jeffries and Alfred  Edward Jeffries were charged last September with assaulting Homer Glass with  the intent, to steal from him.  Roger,Allan Cox, 22, received a conditional discharge rather than a suspended  sentence as suggested by a presentence  report,   '��� 7,7(,  Judge Johnson said the offence of  stealing a number of utensils, cups and  plates and a small painting from Mr.  Mike's was not serious enough to warrant  a suspended sentence in view of Cox's  recordless background.  The conditions of the discharge were on  year's probation, not to possess or consume alcohol for six months, to personally  apologize to the manager of Mr. Mike's  and not to enter those premises without the  manager's prior permission.  An 18-month suspended sentence with  probation was handed down to Murray  Leslie Lloyd Scott following a presentence  report ordered a few weeks ago when he  pleaded guilty to possession of stolen  property.  The property, hard liquor and beer,  were stolen in a break-in at Gibsons  Legion March 19.  Scott, 17, was prohibited from consuming or possessing alcohol during  probation and ordered to submit to a  breathalyser test should a police officer  have reasonable grounds to assume Scott  had been drinking.  Any reading over ,01 would be considered a breach of probation, the judge  said. \  A second person charged in connection  with the same offence was given a con-- -  ditlonal discharge after he pleaded guilty  to having liquor valued at less than $200  received from a commission of Canada in  his possession.  Wayne Edward Pauloskl, 17, received  20 months probation with tho same conditions as Scott, Tho purpose of the terms  and lengths of probation for each la to stop  them from drinking until they aro 10, the  Judge said.  After Pauloskl's sentencing, Judge  Johnson said firstly, ho was making the  "punishment fit tho crime and secondly, at  17 you should not be out drinking."  Unable to pay a flno for driving without  a valid driver's licence and falling to  produce registration, Keith Julius was  given six months protoU^iri ami ordered to  do 25 hours of community work on the first  charge and 10 hours on the second.  Bruce Allan Milks plopdcd guilty to  Impaired driving and was fined |500 and  -glviBFMrtnonthrprt.bBtton touttenrtMr  -iinpalr^''drivtTii,ucoiiriie.'^'' -"* ~~ *���'**" -���  Fred Burrows of North Vancouver was'  fined $500 after he pleaded guilty to Impaired driving.  m  ^m^:/m  FIBREGLASS PANELS  Add bigness and beauty to yoor; homo ipnd~  garden y^Uhv edsy-to-i  ^;jpanel8.;-7Nq^  7;Sftattorproof,: ieather-llght, Siyeqther 7  ^JiS^^__^__J^!^TJJif^9/ painting;  ;7;Vellbw7 whita c��r; emerald.7'77;V;77'77:  77gr eenv;;26x^'^pcinels,-- type7:T2().V77;''---  Black & Decker  SUPER-TONE FENCE  -wearing ��xteripr stain  : iitiiir  I  ��� '������ww��iii.j|jff����ywyww --'      IfAM    -  I^f] 7-777;;; Brown:  gal.  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April 25,1979
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tf . '    ' '   *
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4767-22
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265%8854159r       471742- CoUegej 543 Seymour St.,"
Vancouver, B.C. V6B 3H6.681-
OCCASIONAL
responsible.
SechelfrSelma Pk.
9538.
reliable,
babysitter,
NOW . LOCAL . Amway
distributor    offers    ©p-
?>rtunity for good earnings,
ou pick the hours, we assist.
For appt, call Paul Morris,
.926-0807. -3918-tf
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EXCELLENT—business—opportunity: become a
Chimney Sweep. All equip't,
needed plus training. Call Lee
Christian anytime. 883-9171.
'     3554-tf
HAIRDRESSER opportunity.
3   bdrm   bungalow   w-
detached fully equipped salon.
-Good-business.-^52,000-cashi-
Contact  Edith  Madsen,   19
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Wanted to Rent
LARGE  3 bdrm house in
Pender Harbour area. Call
Jane Roberts, 883-2474. 4650-22
COTTAGE, apt. or share'
, aecom. before June 15,1979.
Pref. waterft. Sechelt-
Halfmoon, Will maintain.
Robt. Andrew, Peninsula
Times, 885-3231 Wed. to Sun.
885-5216 res. 4793-23'
2 BEDROOM house near
ocean. $40,000. Ph. 885-
2868. 4677-22
LOT ON Pratt Road, 76x_25,
cleared and in fruit trees.
$12,500. Ph. 886-2155.,    4706-22
WESTWOOD Casabello
executive home, 4 years,
ocean view* Selma Park. Low
maintenance. Appointments.
885-5038. , 4722-23
EXCEPTIONALLY fine view
lot in-West Sechelt. On
sewer. Ph. 885-9796.    4724-tfn
HEADWATER MARINA
LTD
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Down Narrows Road ^
883-2406 24 hours
3826-tfn     -    7r-'V
area. 885-
4798-22
ANNUAL    GUIDE-Scout
Auction, May 5. Donations
EXPERIENCED TV & Stereo
technician to work part-
WANT  COTTAGE   on  Sun-
shine Coast. 1st 3 weeks in
July. 9264930 or 926-9139. 4772-
23
FISHERMAN'S Special! Cozy
cottage! on 2 lots. Steps from.
sea. Box 310 S. Sechelt. 4780-23
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WATERFRONT PROPERTY
PENDER HARBOUR, B.C.
FABULOUS
WATERFRONTAGE
VIEW
This beautiful 90' ohe acre
building site is located on Gun
Boat - Bay, with an unobstructed view all the, way
down the bay to the Mo far
Mountains.  Deep  moorage,
beautiful building site. A steal
_at only $300(1,
Stephenson- 530-2682 or
0131.
GARDEN BAY MARINE
SERVICES LTD.
,  15'6"       Hourston
, Sidewing    .
_353 .GM-_-_U5_?d; .37JL
Nissan • used; Volvo .
AQD 40-280 leg-niew^
440.  Chrylser-rebuilt
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IMMEDIATE fcEPAIR SERVICE
7 DAYS A WEEK ■
Sinclair Boy Road
883-2722
■Vl "      -_.  4355-lfn
1975 DODGE % ton truck and
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"3354.,,     ~~~ ~4$4242
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'76  GMC  Sierra  Classic,
stepside, custom paint, new
magsrBFG TAs, 454, show
cond. 885-2074 aft. 6.     4809-22
'63 FORD Galaxy, tuns well,
'$100.8854589.. 4856-22
'71 MG Midget in excel, cond.,
low mileage. $2700.883-9167.
4857-25
~»69 GMC 4x4, 2 spare tlresr2"
spare      tanks,      good
. - mechanical concL $1750- obo. -
4862-25
LUMBER: 2x4s -10 ft; 2x6s -
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17' REINELL on EZ load
trailer,50Jhp Evenrude elec.
start,    4    np    Evenrude
-Jeff—auxiliary,—sounder,—anchor^
r 588-   builWn tank, other exfras. Ph.
885-2462. 4632-22
•65 CHEV %T Carryall $150
obo. 885-3782. 4865-25
Campers and Trailers
'78 TRAVEL trailer,  29',
excel, cond., sliding glass
door, hew furniture. 883-9230,
"\ '"■'.'■ 386942
CAMPER for import, furnace
fcicebox. 8854452.     4868-25
HARBOURSIDE
^DEVELOPMENTS
"   LTD7
> - .   .- *,
v       presents:
FOR SALE — the old Pool
Hall on 103 ft. waterfront
in Lower Gibspns. 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.
Phone 886-2207
9am-5 pm -
FISHER woodburning stoves,
for sale at A.C. Rentals,
Hwy. 101 & Francis Peninsula
Rd. 883-2585. , 3217-if
Motorcycle
A SECRET HIDEAWAY
This 62 acre parcel is nestled
in the heart of Pender Har-
1975   O'DAY
keel,. CBD
20,  fibreglass
Sloop, 7.5 hp
HI-PERFORMANCE
Yamaha RD400, like new 78.
885-3910.      . 4784-23
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Mffler Marine Electronics,      wanted for Aug. 9424381er   Just.over 700 feet of water-   S'^'l?"?Ll%e.!S?      aSKifdiASB.   48M-S
ANNOUNCING the birth of
our new baby girl Paula
Mercedes. Born to proud
parents Rafaela & Cecil
Stroshein, April 16.7 lb; 1 oz.
Grandparents are Merced &
ErnestlnaChicas, Mazatlan,
Mex., & Paul & Olive
Stroshein, Sechelt.      4834-22
ROBERTS CREEK Daze .to
coming! Parade, dance,
food, crafts, games. Cone
help plan the events- meeting
April 25, 8 pm. R.C. Community Hall. 4813-22
Card of Thanks
7567.
4853-22
Help Wanted
WE WOULD like to express
our sincere thanks and*
appreciation  for  flowers,
cards and many kindnesses
extended to us during our
recent    bereavement.    A
special thank you to Pastor "
FredNapora. .■_!_-«'
Sincerely, The Rda family
4796-22
Personal
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BABYSI1TER, West Sechelt
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known Greater Vancouver
weekly newspaper. Must have
Council reporting experience
and all aspects of editing;
Good salary and fringe
benefits. Must have a car.
Contact E.G. Bexley, Delta
Optimist946-4551.        4698-22
PART-TIME physiotherapist
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care   setting.    Part-time
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4324-tfn
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886-7918. 4811-tf
DISTRICT MAINTENANCE
superintendent to organize,
supervise and control the
Midntenance Dept., grounds
and janitorial staff of School
District 85 (Pt Hardy). Applicants should have experience in school district .
work, be aide to check on new ,
construction and prepare
estimates etc. Pay scale:
$24,050 with generous benefits.
Application'and phone no.
along with ref's by April 23,
1979 to W.S. Moffat, Sec.-
Treas., School District No. 85
(Vancouver IslandNorth), PO
Box 90, Port Hardy, B.C. VQN
2P0. ■— —4852-22-
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CHAIN OF stores in beautiful
central B.C. have opportunities for the-following
positions: Store Manager -
experienced in furniture,
carpeting, drapery, appliances, TV, stereo pier-
chandising. Must be competent in sales, promoting,
advertising, motivating fellow
workers. Attractive wage-
commission package plus
benefits and profit-sharing.
Furniture Touch-Up
Refinisher  -  experienced
girson able to sell part-time,
nowledge of upholstery
repair essential. Hourly rate
plus commission. Salesperson
- experienced in furniture,
appliances, TV, stereo, carpet
and drapery sales. Attractive
wage-commission package
plus   benefits.   Interested
Sersons please contact:
eorge Wall, Wall's Home
Furnishings, Box .70,
Smithers, B.C. V0J 2N0. 847-
4485. 4854-22
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Work Wanted
PEERLESS TREE
SERVICES LTD.
Let us care for your tree
needs:,
-Limbing
Insured work
"Our reputation,
speaks for itself"
ph. 885-2109
3283-tf
wanted for Aug. 942-5381 or
write Geo. Van Zvylekom,
1461 Knappen St., Pt.
Coquitlam V3C2P7.     4792-25
NEW FEMALE teacher to
district,  requires  immed.
accommodation in Sechelt
area. 8854863. 4799-22
WOMAN with son wants home
to rent between Sechelt &
Gibsons.' Refs. M.  Parker,
G.D., Sechelt, 4802-22
INDEPENDENT—forking
woman requires small
cottage-house tor permanent
residence. Preferably near
waterfront. Contact Barbara
Thorburn c-o 2070 Duthie
Ave., BurnahrV5A 2S_rorcall-
coUect 299-9205. 4860-23
For Rent
TRAILER  spaces   in  West
Sechelt. , 1  . doublewide
^24 x 40 singes. 885-2079. < 4224^
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MAPLE CRESCENT Apart-
-. ments. 1, 2 & 3 bdrm apts.
Reas. rent. Incl. heat,
cablevision, stove, fridge. 886-
7836 or apply Apt. No. 103-A.
■/■ 412Mfri"
FOH   K.h-NT:   Wilson   (reek
Community   Hall.    Call
IMabelDooley at 885-9804.
3(i91-tf
One bedroom
apartments
* Balconies
* Colored Appliances
* View
\Wall to wall carpet
* Drapes
* Intercom
* Controlled Entrance'
* Cablevlslon*
Rent from $190.00
Call DOUG FERRIS
885-2283
frontage. It's own wharf, plus
approximate 1000 sq Jet 2
bedroom panabode, fully
finished . In immaculate
condition. One of the largest
parcels left in this area.
Asking $350,000, will consider
all trades and terms. Jeff
Stephenson, 530-2682 or 588-
0131. 4855-22
PENDJER 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
ARROW LAKES 19.74 acres,
-2 parcels. Older ranch style-
home. Fronts onto creek.
Consider trade on Northern
Vancouver Island. Terms.
$59,000. Selkirk Realty, Bo*
-0,Nakusp,B.C.V0GlR0.
4849-22
LGE   CHOICE   view   lot,'
cleared, in area of fine
homes above Selma Park.
Natural Dogwoods and
smaller trees. Private sale.
885-2198. 4805-22
Mobile Homes
L&M Radiators, 1449
Charlotte Rd., N. Van. 986-
5334. Automotive & Industrial
cooling specialists. Pick up &
delivery can be arranged. Call
now for fast, economical
service. 4024-tfn
'72   MODUUNE   12x48.   2
bdrm, good cond., $8,400 or
offer. 926-1024. 3296-tfn
oars, pump, anchor, 150' rode.
Extras. $6700. Ph. 885-
9364. 4653-22
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CLAPP CONCRETE
Placing and Finishing.  All
types of Concrete  Work.
Breaking and hauling away of
old    concrete.    Concrete
leakage problems. Seepage or
high pressure leaks,
Phone Wayne Clapp
for free estimates
88&-2125
after 7 p.m.
Box 1341 Sechelt
4437-tfn
WINDOW CLEANING
Hourly or Contract
free estimates
885-6735 mornings
3627-tf
THUNDER PAINTING
Interior & Exterior
__, professipnalworkat,
reasonable rates
Free Estimates
5 years on the coast
865-3301 & 880-7819
3861-tf
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SMALL APPLIANCE
REPAIR
' through
MIU.ERPJRINE	
, EI-ECTRONICS
888-7918
3822-tfn
WOODI.ATCH CUSTOM
,^..^.CABINETMAKIS«S^—. •
 Also repair ArefinUh
old furniture
Call Lloyd at
886-8080
4668-22
AVAIL.   IMMED.   Furn.,   1
bdrm & 1 bachelor ste.,
central Gibsons. 886-2597 or
886-9336. 4648-22
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United Realty
7364831
REBUILT ENGINES
FOR SALE
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4 CYL. FORD DIESEL
453 DETROIT DIESEL
6V53 DETROIT DIESEL
440 AAARINE CHRYSLER
PENDER HARBOUR
DIESEL LTD.
883-2616
Hwy 101, Pandar Harbour
885-2030. DL 0145B.    4829-22
'76 YAMAHA 125 Endure, low
mileage, good cond. 8854688
after 6. 4794-25
'72 HONDA 5004, new 4-into-l
header,  new paint,  very
clean, $1100 cash. 885-9580 aft.
6. 4861-22
Machinery.
CLARK 667 skidder, '72
model, new Cummins
engine with warranty. 24.5x32
tires with spare. Excel't.
cond. 487-9377 after 6 or 932-
3056. Location: Powell River.
       9813-22
Livestock 7
12x66' 4
quick
anytime.
BDRM.
sale.
Priced for
885-2600
3489-tf
SHARE HOUSE, own bdrm.
Carpeted thruout, kitchen &
living rm. heat & It. Incl. 1125
per mo. 886-7453 aft. 6. 4655-22
SUMMER RENTAL. WF,
sandy beach, Davis Bay,
nice 2 bdrm furn. house, FP,
weekly, bl-mon, monthly.
June lM,ug. 31.8854310 (885*
3417). 4671-22
TRAILER pad - Irwin Motel
Trailer Court. Ph. 888-9815.
4837-22
1 ROOM to rent for woman.
Call 8864365. 4775-23
ROBERTS CREEK,'"1 bdnri
log house, 2fp, avail. May 1.
$350. Mitten Realty Ltd.TflBfr
3295,04 pm. 4866-22
2 BDRM house on 2 acres,
Henry Rd St Hwy avail. May
1. $220.886-2673. 4807-3&
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1970 12x60 MOBILE home.
Very good condition. $8,500.
8854030. 4774-23
•74 12x68. SAFEWAY, 3
,   bdrm., all appl, good cond.
Asking $11,800.885$44. 4715-
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MOBILE HOME
FOR SALE
In Selma Vista Park,, No. 27.
Used only 9 months. Skirted,
sundeck, double windows and
screens, fridge and stove, 12 x
78. 3 Bdrm, w-w carpet. Try
your offer to $15,500.
PHONE ENID REED
872-5078
GOODRICH REALTY
873-4811
or after 6 p.m. 8854505
4658-22
'76 12x68 Berkshire, 3 bdrm,
carpet,  drapes, all ap-
Eliances Incl. washer & dryer,
fie sundeck. Asking $15,000.
886-2706. 3013-tf
PENSIONER wants to buy 2
"bdrm mobile home about 50'
to move off pad. In good cond.,
oil furnace, light panels, CSA
approved & good price. 886-
7432 after 6. 4810-25
•78 24x60 4 bdrm, 1% baths,
comp. furnace, 2 porches.
24' REINELL Command
Bridge 188 Merc Cruiser,
trim tabs, mahogany grid,
anchor winch, CB radio,
sounder, anchor pack, 8'
dingy, leg rebuilt last fall.
Many extras. $11,900. Ph. 885-
3987. 4666-22
76SANGSTER DplphLn,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 outboards with tanks. All in
working cond. Package deal,
$1,000,883-9005.   7      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 sounder, many extras. Van. 324-
9544,883-2.22.        .     4832-25
NEVER USED: 11W Sears
alum, carton w-oars, $400.
8854325 after 57 4795-22
8x45' HD bolted construction
wooden float, styrofoam
flotation,  commercial type,
$2500. 883-2709, 4844451, eves
Wi-im.
Cars and Trucks
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1969 OLDS Vista cruiser
station wagon, good cond.
$600T Ph. 6854779.        4661-22
1974 GMC VAN, Mlchelln
radials, carpets, panelling,
Pioneer AM-FM. sunroof,
metallc green, Ph, 8854779
after 6 p.m.   , 4676-22
1971 VW BUG for sale, $1100
obo. Allan 8854765.    4634-22
1974 PONTIAC Lemans, 2 dr.
sports coupe, 350 2 bbl. auto.
trans. Good cond. $3,500. Ph.
8854619. 4639-22
HORSESHOEING. CaU Bob
Hopkins,eves. 886-9470. 3300-
tfn
CHICKS - brown egg layers,
white Leghorns, white
Rocks. Order early-shin
anywhere. Napier Chick
Safes, 6743-216th St., Box 59,
Milner, B.C. VOX 1T0. 534-
7222. 3462-tf
2 HORSE trailer w-tack room
& brakes. $2000. Ken, 885-
5500. 4815-22
HORSESHOEING,    exper'd.
Farrier, Warren Drader
available, 886-2977. •   486440
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Pets
LOVE ABLE   rniniature
Schnauzer puppies. 8854779.
4660-22
Lost
GONE MISSING from Wilson
Cheek area, April 17. Lee
black & white neutered male
cat. Eric, 8854018.  .    4801-22
STITCHERY nearly finished
on  ferry.   Apr.   16,   sentimental value. Reward. 883-.
9020 or Box 111, Garden Bay.
4817-22
DARK tortoise shell cat, 10
yrs old, answers to name
Missy. Between Egmont and
Pender. RWD. 2984774 collect
after 5. 4818-22
Wanted
RIDING lawnmower, will
trade for good condition
VW. 885-2853. 4819-22
LADIES, Mens. Childrens,
Maternity Clothing, 'New &
Nearly New'. Encore.
Boutique, 2445 Marine Dr., W.
Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon-Sat,
W4r 1414 Lonsdale, N.-Van.v-
•9804011.   " 4457-tf
NCR 160 Posting Machine.
Will sell or trade??? Phone
463-4191. Ask for BUI Allan.
4693-22
24" GE pushbutton white
. range, $35.885-9375.   4636-20
See
MACLEODS
variety of
GARDEN FURNITURE
Super Prices .
Sechelt
,    , 4858-22'
3 BURNER RV propane stove.
-   New cond., $30.885-9819.	
4716-23
ANNUAL    GUIDE-Scout
Auction May 5. Donations
appreciated. 885-3259, 885-
2657,885-2159. 4718-22
1 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
DOUBLE GLASS window w-
screen,     new,      48x36;
typewriter, $10; doorr$15
2571.v 4827-22
30" KENMORE range, white,
as new. 8854732.       4826-24
GERMAN-MADE stereo, $75;
Gendron deluxe stroller;
baby car seat, both excel.
cond. 8854629. 4830-22
PALE GREEN carpets, $125,
14x11' & 7x11', good cond.
885-2986. 4836-24
DOUBLE BED mattress,
foundation set, good cond.
5.885-9439 after 5 pm.   4838-
Wanted to Buy
LOGS OR TIMBER wanted,
fir,  hemlock  or  cedar.
Porpoise Bay Logging Ltd.
885-9408 or 685-2032.       4405-tf
WANT TO buy small family
business, eg. ins. agency,
motel or mobile home pk.
Have revenue homo In Van. to
trade as part pymt. Value
S7,000. Ann. income $6,000.
-.5844702. 4656-22
PONTIAC Pariaienne, WANTED - Auto Bodies. Top
*^A^_Sd__H__w' trlr-_™*c£. prices for all types of scrap
waltMW_».        48M48   steel, tin, WiiT <car bodies,
er, brass, batteries, etc.
newa:
Replacement value
asking 138,000 firm.
$42,000,
4820-25
OCEANVIEW!
6-yr-old Gothic Arch beauty.
Sunny Selma Park. 3 lge.
bedrms, 100 x 125 treed lot, 5
ROSSGAMGLE
1782-24
Boats and Engines
COMPLETE MARINE
EI^C^CALmiUNa
NOW AVAILABLE THRU
MILLER MARINE
ELECTRONICS
886-7918
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BAYUNER  2550 H.T.,   188
Mercruiser, FWC, VHF
radio, many extras. Ph. 487-
4266, Powell River,      0178-tf
'73 CHARGER SE, auto,, 40(M
bbl,  mags,   new  brakes,
engine   overhaul,   radials
37,800 ml. |3995 firm. 8854588.
484245
•72 FARGO ttT
drive train &
$1200.885-2188.
PU, reb't
front end.
479742
'77 PACER DL,  1  owner,
approx 26,000 nil,, gd. cond.
Hurry make me an offer. 885-
2022. 480045
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76 RENAULT 12 wgn, 27,000 '
ml. |2700.8854074 after 6.
480(42
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toUet. 886-2307,
Call Peter or Pearl, 252-7787,
Navajo Metals, Calgary, Alta.
4687-23
WANTED:    Waterfront
property, Pender Harbour
or Secret Cove. Older house,
protective moorage w-wharf.
4837-25
15-20 HP outboard motor, any
make other than Mercury.
  jmm
private
4821-22
64' DINGHY wanted to buy.
8864177. 486345
SUPER LOW prices on stereo
equipment.  Kenwood  KR
9600  receiver,  reg.  $1300
special $799; Grundlg 20 band
Ertable. reg. $550, special
50. All full warranties.
-Quinn's Custom Sound. Ph.
7494219 anytime. 4839-22
WELL ESTABLISHED Steak.
Schnitzel, Seafood
restaurant in booming Abbotsford. |89.000 obo. 5 yr
lease, 5 yr option. Husband &
wife operation. Ph. 859-1919 or
7964497. 4840-22
'70 CAT D6C, 3 spool winch,
angle blade, ready for
logging, Cranbrook, $46,500:
'89 988 7 yd bucket, good
rubber, runs good. Vancouver, $48,500; '68 CAT 955K,
ROPS, general purpose
bucket, new UC. very good,
Vancouver, $27^600; '73
Prentice RT 600 hyd. log
loader, self propelled, 4WD, 4
wheel steer, carrier, Cranbrook, $62,500. Ph. 2714343 or
687-2872. 4846-22
HD CEMENT mixer,  $140;
portable pet cage. $30; gate
leg table, $45; 88542k 4847-22
DOORS I B.C.'s Lowest
Prices I Prehung Interior,
$15.90; solid exterior prehung,
$44.00; Panelled doors, $39.00;
Deadbolt locks $9.90; Closet
bt-folda $U.90. Canada's
largest selection. Walker. Door
Ltd., 286-7211, 1366 S.W.
Marine Dr., Vancouver V8P
5Z9 or 9854714, 1589 Garden
Ave., N. Vancouver V7P SAO.
484842
ASHLEY automatic Wood-
stove, good cond. $125. 885-
JOJ^ 4803-25
OLDER GE range,  good
condition, $75. Ph. Jerry,
8854834. 477643
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| - -\   (  Wednesday, April 25,1979  The Peninsula Times PageB-3  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  Highway 101 at Francis Peninsula Rd.  883-2794  HASLAM CREEK WATERFRONT  Over 15.acres with 750 ft waterfront, with  cabin & oyster lease. FP $165,000! Possible  terms.    " .��,  ONE ACRE LOTS  On Francis,Peninsula. Privacy plus value in  this most desirable area. Just 2 left so don't  delay. $15,000 each.  WATERFRONT LOT  Deep and protected moorage in Egmont.  Has  trailer  pad, ,septics  power. $35,000., ���  and  water  and  AAcNAUGHTON POINT  1.9 acres of ,view waterfront overlooking  Malaspina ' Strait.   Attractive   3   bedroom,  -+200-square-feet-hbmer~A���fine~p.opeTty-  going for $70,000.  EXCELLENT  Building lot. Front Road, Madeira Park. Fully  serviced $10,500.  7 ACRES  On Highway 101 close to Madeira Park.  Partly cleared and on a - westerly .slope.  Asking $35,000.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  "PENDEROSA" at Garden Bay ��� Drive-In,  Take-Out,' groceries, barber shop,  2 bdrm  -separate���living-quarters���with-water-view~  Now is the time to buy this going concern.  Call Mike Rosse, 883-9378, or 883-2794.  HARBOUR MOTORS ��� At Kleindale. 4 bay  Service Station, Body Shop & Store. Separate  small 3 bdrm home; real opportunity for a  -body���man���looking- -for��� a vlucratlv�����family-  operation. Call Mike Rosse, 883-9378 or 883-  2794.  John Breen -883-9978  Mike Rosse 883-9378  Jock Hermon 883-2745  FLORON  AGENCIES LTD.  95  Real Estate & Insurance  Box 238,1589 Marine Drive, Gibsons  886-2248  ROBERTS CREEK��� Hanbury Road. 20 acres, all year creek, power, young  orchard, good gardening��� beautifully treed plus very well-built contemporary home over 1040 sq ft, has to be seen. Exclusive listing, by  appointment only. This property offers complete seclusion and privacy.  Call John Black for details.  -  .LANGDALE ���'Many ous.ancfing features in this dontempbrary styled-3  bdrm home. Spacious master bdrm with sauna, wired and lined;  cathedral ceiling in LR, finished in Calif, redwood; FP finished with  Arizona sandstone. Kitchen has barbecue & rotisserie, ceramic tile floor,  forfints  Ba^elm^nrready forfintshing touches, has a window wall. Cozy, family  room adjoins kitchen. 2 FP with heqtilators, double glazing on main floor'.  $85,000. Call George Cooper. .  GIBSONS^/VFT^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.  ������'���'%  GIBSONS i��� 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.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� New subdivision, 2 bdrm house on large lot; lower  floor has utility room, storage and extra lavatory. Some view of Georgia  Strait from upper floor; priced to sell at $39,500.  VETERANS ROAD ��� Comfortable 3 bdrm 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.  LOTS  LOWER  GIBSONS ���  3  lots,   corner  School   Road  and   Hiway   101,  tremendous potential, high traffic area. $175,0001  GRANTHAMS ��� three lots on Reed Road. Good Investment property,  potential view. Asking $8,750 each.  WHARF ROAD��� Langdale, good retirement area; lot 65 x 193'. Try your  offer.  CHERYLMNN PARK ��� 2 lots 72 x 105', no rock, easy to build on, all  services, septic approved and beach access. $1,500 down, balance at  |12Sper month @ .00/2%. Terrific Inveifment. On lower Cheryl Ann  Park towards beach.  I: ..(..���  ROSAMUND ROAD ��� Three lots cleared, ready to build. Only $10,500  each.  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,  Ewrings Calk John Black, 886-7316;  Ron McSavaney, 885-3339;  George Qooper, 886-9344  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� T596 sq ft 5 BR-  -homo.--^with_^3^J>athtoams,-^_partially^_  finished rec room, hot water heating, 5  appliances. Built 1976. 84,000.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES��� Luxurious 3 BR  cedar home, built 1975. View and many  extras. $105,000.  GULFVIEW-  ROAD Madeira-Park-  fantastic view from this new home ��� 3  new appliances, fireplace. $87,000.  IRVINES LANDING ��� 3 BR view home,  - stone -fireplacei-- ensuite,-6 appliances.-  Close to marine. $75,000. One car taxi  business available with above for additional $10,000.  GARDEN BAY ��� 3 BR split level home,  built 1977. 6 appliances, 2 sundecks,  -carport;   Excellent   vtew;   Landscaped'  semi-woterfront lease lot. $35,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� Near new 3  "bdrm split level. Fireplace, sundeck &  'carport.. $60,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� interesting 4 BR view  home,   architect   designed,  appliances. $77,000.  FRANCIS    PENINSULA    ���    12    x   44'  -_SLandal-__-riobile--home-with-430-scf-ft-  5   major     addition: On 2/3�� acre lot. $28,500.  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 S  equipment storage area in back. Ideal  location for builder/contractor. $69,500.  CLAYDON ROAD, GARDEN BAY ��� 3 BR'  view home, full basement, built 1975.  Close to marina. $88,000.  GARDEN BAY ��� 4 BR home on 2 levels.  Electric heat. Landscaped, close to stores  & marinas. $54,000.  **   *    s _  '-li.-i *'"  $J  ~~~hj0'h.  LILLIES (PAQ) LAKE ���3 BR home on 5 +  acres. Fruit trees, garden. View over  loke. $77,500.  _GARDEN-BAY ESTATES ���-3-BR-home,  built 1976. Ensuite, fireplace, double  carport, landscaped lot. $56,900.  GARDEN  BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR view  _homer thermopane windows,-fireplace,  w/w , 3 bathrooms. Easy walk to stores.  PO & marinas. $67,500.  BARGAIN ^ARBOUR ��� 2 BR view home,  "built" "1971.  Fireplace,  double "garage,  garden area. $42,500.  LOTS AND ACREAGE  j .  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  LOTS  LOTS  1.   MADEIRA   PARK���-serviced   lotsr  $7,00'0-$22,000.  2. FRANCIS PENINSULA  $9,000-$24,000.  serviced lots.  3. SANDY HOOK ��� view lot on Porpoise  Drive, $10,500.  4   BARGAIN  HARBOUR  treed, serviced. $25,000.  1.5 acres,  5. MOBILE HOME LOTS ��� seven lots,  serviced with hydro 8. water, on  Cochrane Road, Francis Peninsula.'  $11,000-$ 12,750.  6. PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES ��� Sinclair  Bay Road. Serviced lots, most with view,  three with lakefront.' Priced from  $10,000 to $37,500. .  7. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 8 nice  building lots at corner of Cochrane and  Cameron Roads. $11,000-$ 13,000.  8, WARNOCK ROAD ��� excellent lot,  landscaped, septic tank & foundation for  12x60'mobile home. $16,000.  IRVINES LANDING ��� At last, a  waterfront lot with all the features, you  have been looking for��� 108 ft low bank  sheltered waterfront, westerly exposure, good view, nearly level, and  nicely treed. "$55,000.  SECRET COVE ��� Lot A on Wescan Rd.  Steep, but has good building site 8  sheltered moorage, On sewer system.  $35,000.  ACREAGE  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 132 ft W/F in  Pender Harbour. 1.8 acres, deep  moorage. $50,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ���-83-fHW/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.  INVESTMENT PROPERTY  Partially   developed   subdivision   with  potential of 59 lots on Francis Peninsula,  Pender Harbour. $150,000.  1. MIDDLE POINT ��� 2.9 treed acres on  Hwy 101 with 949�� sq ft 2 BR home with'  carport. Drlllod well. $39,500,  % RUBY LAKE ��� 5+ treed <*:r&s,' close  to public lake acce'si. $19,800.  3. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 3.4�� acres &  4+. acres, seml-waterfront. Overlooking  Malaspina Strait & |ust 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 ��� lovol lot, almost  one aero, Good soil, selectively cleared.  $24,000.  8. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 2�� acres  with panoramic view of Pender Harbour,  12'x20' cabin, concrete driveway.  $32,000,  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 387db. ft low  bank watorfront. Good driveway to  watorfront, Launching ramp, site has  boen prepared for possible use as W/F  trailer-camper park & fishing resort, An  excellent property. Full prjee $95,000.  EGMONT ��� 7 acres with 540 ft low  bank waterfront. Site has beon  prepared for possible use as a large  WF trailer-camper park & fishing  resort. This Is an excellent property  ad|pinlng the Egmont Marina.  $180,000 ��� Owner will finance at  bank Interest rate,  ST. VINCENT BAY ��� 365+ ft waterfront,  6.71 acres, water accoss, $29,500,  I  COMMERCIAL PROPER  . . ��� tff^i^^,--'v"  ;^ijj|!Uiii,,^ai,  MADEIRA PARK ~ vacant store bldg,  adjoining living quarters. One acre with  104' frontage on Madeira Park Rd.  Zoned R3. $52,000.  GARDEN BAY MARINE ��� 700 + lineal  feet floats. Living quarters, laundry,  showers on leased land, $85,000.  TROUT FARM ��� PENDER HARBOUR, Ready  to go ��� raceways Installed to handle  160,000 trtiut." 95 + acres land.  Provincial cohimerclal trout farm  licence. Water licence. Located on Hwy  101, across from Ponder Harbour  Secondary School, $266,000,  GARDEN BAY MARINE ��� 700+_. lineal  feet floats,, Living quarters, laundry,  showers, On leased land, $69,000,  | WATERFRONT HOMES |  y isl p> nE  HOSPITAL BAY ��� 3 BR home wllh 1/2  basement on 30+ ft low bank waterfront.   Southerly exposure,   float.  $95,000. _> ���  ,  ��__��_.. ��a��            ,      *__-_. GUNBOAT BAY - 5�� acres with 3 BR  QARDEN BAY-.-spacious 3 BR home on h         a cotla0���( ,|oaf, 0n-152�� ft  1.16 acres on Claydon Road On 98+ft wafBrlror(l,    N���ar    Madeira    Park,  waterfront with float and boathouse, ��,q��qoo  $149,000  *'tof_J.'-!   i.'!1:''-.] J,-,A.  JUNCTION ISLAND - ST. VINQENT BAY ���  IB.73+, acres, treed, sheltered  moorage, several coves, oysters, 15 mln.  ride by fast boat from Earls Covo or  - Igmontr $��ao,o(K>r-��� ���    -   - -'- -  ��3ftU w*t��'iiiz-immMiM  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  0LU or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233  ~  *Hm  ���tf.,  ' PageB4 Peninsula Times  _bL April 85,1979   _ . .  ^^_HP-_MMMM---_-M-->  1      i'ir   Fflr Sale        NEW PROM Canada's largest  wdodstove company - The  Fisher Firelplace Insert.  J SrC Electronics.       4790-23  i j'ifj   GARAGE SALE, 10 am, Sat.,  April 28. Small kitchen  table, elec broom, port,  basebd. htr., blk marble  coffee table etc. 5 mi. from  south turn-off on Redrooffs  i, 885-3535. 4806-22  *$  OLDER FRIGIDAIRE,  50"  tall, working cond. small  icebox $50.885-9958.     4812-25  1   tin  USED GAS pump, working  cond.,    $250;    '65    International motor w-trans.  Ken, 8854500. 4814-22  J_A__JE_ORTABLE -  auto,  iher, |70 obo; garbage  ',$15 obo. 885-3171. 4816-  Doug Joyce  Bob Bull  SECHELT $47,500  Near new, large, bright, economical three  bedroom horne, r year new," 1260" sq "ft."  Thermopane windows and doors, central  fireplace, open plan, ho stairs, level lot.  Large sundeck, carport and storage. Good  value at $47,500. Call Don. ���  _25  8x��' HD bolted construction  wooden float, styrofoam  flotation, commercial type,  12500. 883-2709, 4644451, eves  291-1642. .     4823-25  HARDTOP tent trailer w-slnk,  propane   stove,   cooler,  heater. 8844396. 4824-22  MATCHING CRIB & 4 drawer  dresser, carriage,  spring  horse, stroller, toilet, rocking  -cha$r-& -miscr-household  items. 884-5396. 4825-22  >-  ,  ,    MACLEODS  Spring & Summer  v  CATALOGUES  Now Available  WEST SECHELT Reduced to $89,000  _9.5 acres of good farmland. Has new 4 bdrm  ranch style home, 2 ponds supplied by  spring water, with, approx 4 acres cleared,  balance has some timber. All services on  paved rd. 2 miles from Sechelt centre. This  property has many'potential uses.. Bob  Pick One Up  4859-tf  APARTMENT   for    sale,  $725,000. Pb. 886-2417 or 922-  2017. 4869-22  ROBERTS CREEK      ,    , $52,000  _3_ bedroom home on.1,67-jcres_Spacious  open plan of 1320 sq ft has ensuite off  master bdrm. Home has family room and  utility. Reduced drastically in price for  immediate sale. Take Gibsons home In  trade. Bob.  Strata  Titles Act  The Strata Titles Act was  passed in British Columbia in  1966 and. was substantially  amended in 1974. The  amendments were not only  designed to provide_ greater-  consumer protection but also  to improve the provisions of  the Act to aid condominium  construction and development. The result is that B.C.  has one of the best and most  comprehensive statutes on  the' North American continent. Condomimiums can  now be built on lease-hold as  well as freehold properties. In  the former, enquire about the  terms of the lease, who  holds it and for how long. A  copy of the Strata Titles Act  may be obtained from the  Queen's Printer, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, at a  nominal charge or the local  ' Government Agent, 635  Burrard Street, Vancouver.  In addition, when amendments to the Real Estate Act  are proclaimed, developers  will be required to prepare a  prospectus to be supplied to  potential buyers. Ask for a  copy and read it thoroughly.  Also much factual Information can be found in the  brochures prepared by  developers.  Insulation  grants  This year the federal  government . launched u  special gr^nt program to help  Canadians insulate homes for  fuel conservation. But application facts reveal that  while fuel energy may be  conserved, the red-tape jungle  will consume considerable  human energy and cat up  i'n'"', ...uouarsloo.'  For a citizen to apply for  the maximum $350 grant, he  must first telephone the  Camdian Home insuiatiort  Program head office on  MONTREAL . . . where  bilingual staff check tho  caller's basic eligibility and  sent out application forms  with an information kit and  Instructlona. Tho homo owner  then buys his own insulation  mejierlolH, finishes the project  andV finally completes the  form to send back to CHIP  offices. >  Central Mortgage &  Housing Inspectors chock tho  Job^and if all Is well, only  THEN will tho taxable $350  .grtfjjit.be Mid,   In B.C,, this labyrinth  process Is limited to homes 36  years old or older.  4 trip to your friendly  neighbourhood banker might   ta-$r faster. ���"*���"*���" "*"''  Use 'Times' Adbrlef $ '}  to Sell, Rent, Buy  ���if. - V  SECHELT VILLAGE $42,900  Attractive 2 bedroom home, no stairs,  newly decorated in & out, on level 66x122'  lot.��Close ta post office and shopping. 8x12'  tool shed, rear lane. Landscaped. Call Don.  SECHELT VILLAGE $36,900  Near new 3 bdrm modular home on clear  -garden lot - with_carportr-Prlce includes  stove, fridge, washer & dryer and is completely furnished. Walk to shops. A bargain.  Stan.  WATERFRONT, W. SECHELT  Pebble beach with your' own road right to  water. 3 bdrms,  3 complete bathrooms,  recreation room, wine cellar and lots of  extras. View from all living areas. One of  the better waterfront homes on the coast.  Bob.  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.  WILSON CREEK  3 bedroom 1200 sq ft sea view from this  new full basement home. 3 pee vanity bath  plus eniulte 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.  885-2761  885-2503  REDROOFFS $67,500  New waterfront 3 bdrm home with expansive view of Georgia Strait and Vancouver'  Island.   Features   shake   roof,  stainless steel 'Shaw' fireplace & skylight.���  Treed lot. Bob.  REALTY LTD.  885-3211  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  .  _-PostOfll-e.Boxl219.-Seche.t_     -  Vancouver Toil Free: 684-8016  Jack Anderson  Stan Anderson  Don Hadden  885-2053  885-2385  885-9504  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.  ��� 8 ACRES VIEW COUNTRY ESTATE $97,000  ���1400���sq���ft--full- basement - home wlth-  spacious living/dining room. Fireplaces up  _pnd__dc>wnl_ plu5__ext_a_J lue_Jn= basement.^  Open staircase to rec room, extensive cedar  .work inside and good kitchen cupboards.  Large c'port with storage & 22x45' swimming pool. Apgrox/3\acres landscaped  lawn. Orchard, fishpond, year-round creek,  garden, greenhouse & ccjmplete privacy.  Call Bob.  VIEW OF TRAIL ISLANDS $82,000  Luxury new West Sechelt home. Tastefully  decorated with numerous extras. Well-  insulated, energy-conscious home with a  fireplace that must be seen, plus provision  for space heater lower level. Tastefully  decorated -with numerous extras. 3  bedrooms, sunken tub, shower, large level  'garden' lot, sundecks, double carport. The  price won't shock you^once you see it. Call  Bob for an appointment.   CREEKSIDE HOME $68,500  On 6/10 acre' with parklike setting,  towering trees & spacious, easyr^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 garage could be converted to an extra bedroom S family room.  An added plus is a 440' workshop with 3 pee  ���P'_-__---19_. Close to best, sandy beach in  area.  SELMA PARK ��� $15,000. 1976 12x68' Bendix Paramount Mobile  Home. All new w/w includes triple axles, tires & wheels, hitch,  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 has 19 years to  run. FP $32,0007  WEST SECHELT LOT: $16,900. Large creekside Lot op quiet cul de sac  gives privacy in p_\rklike setting with many beautiful trees. Services  at road. Call Don.  COMMERCIAL-PROPERTY $120,000  Sechelt Village. Fully rented, mostly on  lease. Shows good return qn investment.  Opportunity to invest in this' growing  community. Details to bonaflde purchaser.  J_oug-_  PENDER HARBOUR $65,000  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  -Bobr-��� '  LOTS  DAVIS BAY WATERFRONT $36,500  Large lot with a fine beach. Fairly steep access but walkable.  Fantastic southwest view. Nicely treed. (Stan)  JWATERFRONT COTTAGE - $43,500. 66' x approx 325; with easy  alpcess"to"cottage. Very good beach biuf fairly steep approach.  Lovely westerly view. Treed property. (Stan)  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS ��� $10,000. Extra large building lot in area of  new homes. All services including paved roads. Call Doug.  PRICE REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE $54,000  Like new 2 bdrm bsmt home. Good layout  with southern exposure and view. Save  money ��� .extra insulation, twin seal  windows and heatilator fireplace. Call Bob.  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 sq ft. 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 LOT ��� $10,300. Approx 70 x 127' with shed on.  Hydro, phone & water on paved road, Close to boating & fishing.  Call Don.  REDROOFFS 1/2 ACRE: Treed & 104' of frontage on Redrooffs Rd.  Lots of good trees and some alder for firewood. Easy access from  the road and excellent- topsoil. Serviced with power & 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.  WEST SECHELT $49,900  One of the prettiest split-jevels around!  Less thancone year old. Twin seal windows &  screens. Half basement^with downstairs  bathroom. 7x9' steel shed on a cement pad.  Call-Doug.     >,.. tc.   -���-  --  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.  SANDY HOOK WATERFRONT: 68' of accessible waterfrontage with  "boat launching~slipw~dyT400' scffi cabirfwith firepla"ce"S~large"decK7"  Partly furnished. Asking $49,000.  HALFMOON BAY: Approx 1.1 acres. 2'BR home. Could put second  home on this property. FP $44,900.  ROBERTS CREEK: Large treed, serviced lot close to beach & golf  course. Quiet area, mobile home permitted. FP $11,900.  EGMONT WATERFRONT!: Excellent investment opportunity. Close  to 560' of waterfront with 5 acres & a 5 yrold double Wide home.  Asking $85,000 with 1/2 dn. All offers & trades-will be considered,  REDROOFFS: 4 side by side view lots, each 1,18 acres with 100 feet  road frontage. Excellent buys at full price $15,000 each.  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME $65,900  3 bedroom, full basement home bn 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.  DAVIS BAY $73,500  ONE OF THE COAST'S FINESTI Fully finished  on both floors. This all cedar home Is of the  highest quality. Two heatilator fireplaces  make the home very Inexpensive to heat,  One extra large main floor bedroom and 2  on the lower level. Large.attached two car  carport and a large carpeted sundeck, all  thermal pane windows, a lot that Is over 1/2  acre and landscaped make this a MUST SEE  home I Call Stan.  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 wlthw attractive view and lots of garden soil. Treed property  with a developed well and good road access. Partly cleared. Call  ��� Stan.  ������   -\ :,������'���.   ��� -:7 77, ���    ��� ���.  ���  '.', /; '  BUSINESS BLOCK  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 1,011 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.  SECHELT VILLAGE ��� Lot 6, selectively cleared leavlrfg sortne trees:  View of the ocean & within walking distance to shopping. Sewered  this year. Asking $12,000.  SOUTHWOOD ROAD: Close to 1/2 acre. Level building lot. Hydro  and regional water at road. Check & compare. Attractively priced at  $9,450.  CLEARED, LEVEL LOT: Sechelt Village ��� 62.5 x 120'. Ready for  building. Owner will trade as part down payment on home. Value  $11,500.  SELMA PARK VIEW LOT: Extra large 90 x 179' lot, corner location,  easy access. Excellent view of Trail Island. FP $15,500.  WILSON CREEK: On Browning Rd, a 75 x 158'view lot only 300' from  beach, road access. This lot is partially cleared and fenced, ready to  build on. A quiet street close to all facilities. One of a kind at  $16,900.  SELMA PARK: Prime building lotl Over 150' road frontage. Large  enough to assure privacy. FP $18,500,  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT: Lpt 80 x 414' ��� Great view with all  services, water, paved road, cablevlslon, hydro. FP $26,500,  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS: Inlet view lot 50 x 120 x 90. Close to marine.  Asking $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 largo view site.  Home Is near new and Ih 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 and easy monthly payments. FP $10,900.  SAROENTS RD. $59,900  Watch the Beachcombers filming from your  living room window. This immaculate home  has a fantasflc view of Keats Island, Gib-  so,ns Harbour and beyond, Well-maintained  garden affords beauty and privacy In a  village sotting. For appointment to view,  call Bob.  GIBSONS. ��� NORTH ROAD $99,900  Near new 3 bedroom homo with 3  bathrooms, has shake roof & cedar siding,  which blend Into the wooded setting  overlooking Keats Island ft beyond I Good  location closo to ferry for commuting, Ready  for occupancy now,  SANDY HOOK; Spectacular view Lot In quiet residential aroa. 55 x  1'63' zoned Rll. Mobile homes permitted. Asking $10,500.  COOPER   RD:   Lot   80x263',   treed,   level, Services along paved  road, Asking $11,500.  DAVIS BAY , $63,500  Beautiful 3 bdrm home tn prestige area. Has  one of the eesl views on the coast, All  services, A must see for serious buyers,  j(Doug)  FULL PRICE $41,900  3 bedroom, dbl plbg, Handy Sechelt locale,  Landscaped lot with U.drIveway, This home  Is only 4 years old, clean & bright. Real  value. Call Jack.  ROBERtS CREEK   '       ' " $43,000  Brand new 3 bedroom home. Immediate  possession. Try your offer, Call Doug.  REDR00FF  RANCH INC. SUBDIVISION  REDROOFF RANCH INC. Phase I subdivision Is located on Redrooffs Road approximate  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.  \*  X  Lot 31 ��� SOLD  Lot 32 ��� SOLD  Lot 33 ��� SOLD  Lot 34��� $11,600  Lot 35 ��� SOLD  Lot 36 ��� $11,900  Uf 37 ��� $12,750  PRICE. SCHEDULE  Lot 38 ���$11,900  Lot 39 ��� SOLD  Lot 40 ��� $11,600  Lot 41 ��� $12,700  Lot 42 ��� $15,600  Lot 43 ��� SOLD  Lot 44 ��� SOLD  Lot 45 ��� $11,150  Lot 46 ��� $12,600  Lot 47 ��� SOLD  Lot 48 ��� SOLD  Lot 49��� SOLD  Lot 50 ��� SOLD  Dimensions are given In both feet and metres,  ^Z^~w��Z',pt-  ���'-' ^<*> i^T^'   *f  ./"  - S  -V,  ***  S-J  1,  �����������_%.     _ _*_  -^^^������^w^^^ V <g JVir;oP -  y ������  3 4D"4S}" ��.i}.f/   $  . SI''  ?0  y  ��������� .,��-^^���r_���^������^.~-  9*"~���'  .  ��'<?  Z9  X  .& y'���-:������  1 a��> i�� i. m  I �������� It If  y  y  /  T  i V    ���' f  \--���.  . V-  April 25,1979  The Peninsula Times     Page B-5  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Seaside Plaza  886-2000  Gibsons:  886-2607  Moments when-  silence is golden  PP  WHARF  REALTY LTD.  "The Property  Movers"  ts&sm  This rustic type 3 bedroom Panabode home nestled on 2.2 acres  - of level land is just waiting for you. It's well landscaped grounds  create a welcoming picture. Quality finished with ��? kitchen and  dining area, the dredm of many women. For further information  call Pat 885-9487.  WATERFRONT ��� 1400 sq ft home is now on the market. 173'  -wateH.om^x--46��i-defrthHtV^pprox-T3r��^^^  water system. The 3 bedroom home also offers a spacious  rumpus room, and a 3 car garage. Presently rented is the 600 sq  ft 1 bedroom guest cottage. FP $115,000. Call Pat 885-5171 or  885-9487.  'Tour Real Estate hosts on the  Sunshine Coast"   PAT MURPHY      BOB BEAUPRE    - TREV GODDARD  885-9487  . 885-3531 886-2658  v .. 7-When the prospect starts  ��� to'agree with the sales talk,  give him the floor ��� just  'listen! :     .  5 ��� When; he goes you one-  -betters in -boosting-   the  property* nod in jagreement ���  .'.t_ chatter!!.;_=>_ _ .7 _  ���/When hesays the house  goodness sake, let him ��� don't�����  monopolize the conversation.  r- Wlien he asks a question,  answer it simply, don't go on  to answer a bunch of other  questions you "think" he  ~ Gfil-  might want to ask  ��� When he .and his wife  start, discussing the positive  wiU fill his needs he's already   j8^*8. f buyJn8* * h��me��  sold. Don't continue to try to    don't, intprrupt. Let them  I  ���  ���  a  ���  ���  5  886-2277  SUNNYCREST  SHOPPING  CENTRE mmm  ~^ ~ LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD  R.R. 2-Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  CONVEYANGING��REAL ESTATE CONSULTING ���APPRAISALS* NOTARY PUBLIC  $* 3,  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  682-1513  Sim..  try  sell him.      \,>  ��� When he starts telling  you about his family, relax  and let him talk. Family love  is his greatest house-buying  motivator. ! '_  ' ��� When he starts to nod  approval be content to answer  questlons^don't change^tneT  ���subject or go off on tangents.  ��� When he tries to "get^a  word   in   edgewise"   for  convince themselves ��� it will  "stick", longer.  ��� When you get down to the  nitty gritty, .when you've  asked the crucial question and  the prospect is weighing his  -answer���-b^quiet-and-let-h-m-"  think,  ��� Talk aUhe_right time.  "That   time   is   when   the  prospect is receptive to  conversation about the home  you're trying to sell.  L  I  HOMES  OPEN FOR INSPECTION  New two bedroom fully furniJhed home, ready for you to move  in. On landscaped lot in Creekside Park Estates. Only three  blocks from shopping centre and schools. Mortgage available.  $47,500.  Being realistic in  a housing purchase  9  1CrT6RYT~ANNE~PARKr_ROADTrAircfiltect  designed tudor home In quiet cul de sac  with.some.ocean .vlev._-.Thls large 1278_  square feet three bedroom home must be  seen. Two finished fireplaces, finished rec  room, ensuite plumbing, two sundecks and  the list keeps going on. Situated amongst  other quality homes. Front yard landscaped  with many evergreens. Don't buy before  seeing this home. $62,500.  ���One of-the-negative sides of - is-high in-Canada,-but-it is t-J|  housing���^progMms-Jaunched_---mpnrtant���when-buying���a���S  by both the federal and home to be realistic about a|  provincial governments is-  what you can afford. Give    S  your real estate agent all the S  true facts about your g  economic picture so he can  that they encouraged some  people to become over housed.  During the past five years,  -'when wage increases were  ���-outstr4pp_ng-4iv4ng-���ostsr-and-  these aid programs reduced  the  monthly, payments for  housing, some young families  got in over their heads, and  \ how find the cost of maintaining monthly payments  and other expenses  is not  realistic "in"terms"of their  income;  .   The home owning priority  help you buy realistically and   ���  ..reasonab-yra-Khas-idmeildes   B  on, your home equity will be  an  increasingly  wise  investment,  not a continuing  financial bind.  VVlO:iAWSl5T��~T^NDlFrGT^h]T-BeaUnfiil  summer or year-round luxury home must be  jeento.be belleved.-A-200Joot high and_  low tide dock makes thlt the home for the  bqater. 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.  NORTH FLETCHER: Five room home with  development in half basement. Lot is 76 x  129~with panoramlcvlewof KeatsrShelter.;  -Jslands���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 , ���  ���treed-genHy-sloping-lartdT^Vith-600^qr4t=-2���D^L^fifflJ-_^��_-Sa_!_biei .^  room   home,   oresentlv   hedted   with     from   tne    lar9e   combination    family   covered sundeck overlooking Keats Islam  THOMPSON RD; Langda1e.~TrTls non-  basement thr.ee bedroom view home  .features extensive use of granite onex-_  terior and huge walk-around fireplace..  Modern kitchen has solid walnut cabinets  and built-in dishwasher. A garage and  workshop round out the picture. $49,500.  DAVIS ROAD: Exceptionally well built 3  bdrm home, heatilator" FP,-2 sundecks,  family dining room plus eating area in  kitchen. AH 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-ls-cT-fantastic-value & only-2-blocks-tp-  shopping, schools etc. The price on this  $87,500.  I  CRUCIL RD: Bright and spacious three  bedroom family view home in excellent  condition located within easy walking  distance to schools and shops. Large kitchen  .with built-in   dishwasher    and   .indirect.  lighting. Two fireplaces. Huge recreation  room. Lots of extra space in daylight  basement for den or extra bedroom and  workshop. $58,900.  K&  HOPKINS LANDING:  Two  bedroom  view  home 1/4 mile from Langdale Ferry Ter-  B  Love me love my dog. Keep  pets out of the way. Buyers  may not" enjoy "being  welcomed by the "furry"  members of your family.  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  ONLYSJ'EPS TO BEACH  k- -.  -,   i._, ���        ���      .- ._���... -v  This family favorite has 5 bedrooms and a large rec room.  Completely fenced yard is safe for children. Lots of room for only  $48,900. Rita Percheson, 885-5706.. _    ... ��� -    -  UP ft DOWN DUPLEX $49,500  Large 3 bedroom with excellent revenue potential, located On l  acre near Roberts Creek on Highway 101. Vendor will consider  offers. Ed Baker, 885-2641.  WH.SPN CREEK TO  SECHELT AREA  NEW ON THE MARKET I  4��yp 2 years .built ��� 3 bedroom VIEW  i home-  In   new   family   subdivision  I WILSON CREEK. This  home  Is  Immaculate and priced to sell at only  $42,000. Call Rita Percheson, 885-  5706.   7  jvjrroV-  IMPOSSIBLE.  $57,600  1700 sq. ft. of quality workmanship  In  this   new  home.  Many  dejuxe  features   in   this   beauty.   Wilson  Creek.  Call   Rita   Percheson   885-5706  Chuck Dowman   885-9374  SECHELT VILLAOE      . $38,000  Cozy bungalow, 2 bedrooms could be 3. Neat & clean Inside and  out, walk to .school and shopping. Large LR with w/w carpeting,  kitchen & dinette, carport. Fenced and fully landscaped. Call Ed  Baker, 885-2641.  SECHELT VILLAOE  **M00  vl3 bc,rm ���Parkl,r' Immaculate, with  " separate dining room, cozy fireplace,  w/w thro', only 1 year old & already  has an established garden with fruit  trees, 2 blks to shopping ��� level  walk. Call Ken Wells, 885-7223.  IMMACULATE - B43.900. 3 bdrm  home In Sechelt Village. Large corner  lot is completely fenced and landscaped. Carport has ad|olning  workshop & storage area. Price  reduced for quick sale. Rita Percheson, 885-5706 or Chuck Dowman,  885-9374.  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, vm.asfer ,ensH��te,,��vy/w .throughout... Large  workshop at V^arftFl^r..areq.l5.84l_fl,tlt.,Ed,Bpker���885:2641   REDROOFFS TO PENDER HARBOUR AREA  GARDENERS PARADISE ��� $45,000. 2  bdrm, well-maintained rancher  situated 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 ������"..��� $32.500  ' 4 yr old 3 bdrm full bsmt home on one acre near Sllversands.  Live in while you do the finishing. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  LOTS AND ACREAGE  "NEW ON THE MARKET"!  A really great location I  8 new lots on Nor-West Bay Road opposite Derby Road. They are  In their natural state, so you can create your own landscaping.  Some with view.  Your choice of 7 lots at $10,900. Call Larry Reardon, 885-3924.  YOUR CHOICE OF 1/2 ACRE LOTS  INVESTMENT POTENTIAL:  In this beautiful 1/2 acre +  Zoned R2 for mobile homes.  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 at $12,500  Call Rita Percheson   885-5706  Cleared and ready to build on. Serviced, Incl. cable, Nlckerson  Rd. Call Ed Baker, 885-2641. $13,500,  FROM $10,500 to $15,000  110.800  wooded lot on Wildwood Road.  Hydro & water.  GREAT LOCATION  , .      . 1 BLOCK TQ fflACH  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 8853271  -MTPOWPOI-I BAY ROAD tlt.WO  ,���,.,���.,��,..���  ,,,,,,..,���..,,..:,,,.,,,,, Everything Is oversized In this large   mobile with approx. 1300 sq. ft.  floor area, Joined under one roof  are 71x12 and 36x12 units, creating  ample space for a rec. room large  enough to house a pool 1obl#, 3  bdrms. large sundeck and a separate  garage, (30x16)  Larry Reardon   883-3924  |TAfni'iPiq^L5iBt^T9lgACH  Spotless 2 storey, Ideal for starter home on doubls  for Work Shop.  Chuck Dowmqn   885-9374  lot with shed  y_#:+, _ :���<*_���  iRSiuw**  fitfAMTY AT A.QARQAIN PRIC,*!  Quality constructed 2 bdrm home has  a large sundeck & view of Lambs Bay,  1/2 basement Is finished with  plumbing & private entrance for Inlaw suite. A great buy at only  $35,500. Rita Percheson, 885-5706.  Loaded with trees on blacktop road, with hydro, and water In  Redrooffs, Call Larry Reardon, 885-3924, $13,500.  i i '  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,  WATiBfRPNT IPWVUW IQT  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.  Larry Reardon. 885-3924. $15,500 and $8,500.  \,\1 ACRE..  Nicely treed, gentle slop to SW, will have a good view when  some trees come down. Call Ed Baker, 885-2641, $18,500.  *ARfrft�� ACRfiSt,  Only 5Vnlnutes West of Sechelt. High & dry. Mostly treed. Asking  $62,000\ Chuck Dowmon, 885-9374,  NOR-VYBIT PM RPA.R  Wooded lot 130 x 70',, zoned R2, trailers allowed. Sign on.  $12,500. Call Ed Baker, 885-2641.  Ws-iCPMI WPOPI  An extra large lot, 125 x 200', serviced with hydro and water.  Call Larry Reardon, 885-3924. $9,750,  BAHQAIN HARBOUR IQH  Seml-waterfront property, |ust across the Narrows Bridge and  facing Bargain Harbour. Treed and good for building on, with  |ust the road between you and the water. Call Larry Reardon,  885-3924. $22,500,  COMMERCIAL  V/mV^-Mi-V-Wrl,       tALMH  Everywhere you look there Is value  In this truly beautiful home.'in      ��  West Sechelt. Cathedral entrance,  room, workshop plus one bedroom su|te  lindicopedoha ffie price has been **"*""  3924.  uced. Larry Reardon 885  IKUm INVHTMIN-  ?4QQ ��Q H-��rHw^ ,  owner. Constructed for 2nd storey. $147,000. Call C. Dowmon,  "08W374.'"*" """ -'"�����-����">���"-"-- ��� ������ ������-��� -     B  bedroom home, presently hedted with  wood burning heater but wired for 220  volts. Second dwelling permitted and could  be built behind existing building. F.P.  $24,900   LOOKOUT DRIVE ��� Overlooking Porpoise  Bay this near new 1200 sq ft basement  home has' everything a family would -want  forcomfortable living & more. 4 bedrooms, ~  full bath plus ensuite, convenient utility  room upstairs and plenty of cupboards &  cabinets. Situated on a completely landscaped lot in quiet residential area. Other  features include huge rec room, 2  fireplaces, twin seal windows and screens.  Priced for a quick sale.. FP $49,900.  FIRCREST PLACE- Th7ee bedroom family  home very nicely appointed. Large rec room  with built-in bar nearly completed. Many  ~krfcRen cabinets, fireplace. Nicely treed lot  situated on quiet no through street close to  schools and shopping. $49,900.  1258 HEADLAND ROAD: Cozy village home  with good view of the Bay. Close to beach  and boat launch. Lane access In rear. Ideal  starter home and vendor will consider  carrying Agreement for Sale. $28,000.  ELPHINSTONE: A terrific view from this  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.  MARINE DR: Soames Point, Gibsons. Ideal  summer home on beautiful large view lot.  Beach access just across the street. Good  ie-  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 from schools and shopping.  This'three bedroom home has. everything  you need for comfort and convenience; The  carport could easily be converted to a,  family room and a separate carport could  be built on many sites 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-ln 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 S SHAW RD: A Gold Medallion four  bedroom home. Three levels of luxurious  living. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, two  hot water tanks. Family room, rec room and  utility. Double glazed windows and  separate entrance to basement. $57,000.  ' THOMPSON &rFOf~iS: Langdale. New out'  of the ordinary rancher on 79 x  135 lot.  acres of level land In quiet area. Close to    Featuring living room, dining room, three  schools   and   shopping.   Fenced   grazing "DedrobYns7family room and utility. Garage"  areas, three stall stable and tack room. 120   f jreplace. Very attractive and practicol floor  x 173 riding ring. 16 x 24 unfinished cabin.   p|0n. $48,500.  In rear. On regional water. $75,000.  _ ���  roomAJining room or from the living room.  Heatilator fireplace. 19 x 27 concrete  basement for workshop and storage. Five  appliances included. Park like landscape.  $42,900.   _.  _ 1.286 HEADLAN_D_S_ROAD: This, three,  bedroom home is attractively situated at  the base of the Bluff and close to the boat  launching ramp. Great living room for  entertainment! 16 x 25. Also has 10-1/4%  mortgage. $42,900. /  1720 MARTIN ROAD: You couldn't wish for  a better location ih Gibsons, being within  easy walking distance to shops, schools,  and harbour. Spacious and comfortable one  level home In excellent condition featuring  large^ livingroom, three bedrooms, one full  bathroom plus powder room off living area,  huge sundeck. Landscaped lot and a  beautiful view. $45,900.  I  ���  ���  I  ���  s  B  w.  KEARTON RD: For the horse lovers. An  excellent four bedroom home featuring  living room wlth^fjreplwe,^ family raonv  dining area and brand new kftihen. Two  sundecks and large patio. All this on 2.5  LOIS  _^p__ma_Wt_M__m__t_____.  m  m  s  We re the Neighborhood Professionals.  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. Weli 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 oh area of new homes.  All underground services. Cleared and  ready for building. $5,000 down, balance by  Agreement 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. Enjoy privacy  and the view of Howe Sound. Priced from  $12,900.  SCHOOL & WYNGART ROADS: Only.4 of  these Duplex lots left. Beautiful view  properties overlooking the Bay, Close to  schools and shopping. All lots perfectly  suited to slda-by-side or up-down duplex  construction. Priced at $15,500 and  $16,500.  FIRCREST ROAD: Over 20 nicely trood  building lots to choose from, 61x131. We  wjll arrange, to have a home built for you,  Located a short drive down Pratt Road.  Priced at $9,700 each.  CREEKSIDE PARK ESTATES: In Olbsons  -Village on North Road. Lots for single wldes, ���  doubla wides and conventional homes. All  on s��/Wer, water, hydro and all within three  blocks of the shopping centre, t-hooU and  medical clinic. Priced from $10,900 to  $19,900,  HWV 101 A 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 trontoge That  would be Ideal for domestic Industry site  with home behind. On Hydro, $ Rfglonal  water. P.P. $14,900.   GIBSONS VILLAGE: We offer you 1/3 of an.  acre of park-like properly located within  Gibsons Village. Has creek flowing through  this secluded private area. Needs  Imaginative owner to bring out full  potential, Offers to $10,500,  TRAIL ISLANDS: Large waterfront lot with  small cove for moorage. Beautiful view on  three sides. Excellent fishing spot on your  doorstep. Call and let us show you this  waterfront reatreat, $17,900,  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 acre 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 ot 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.  TUWANEK: 80 x 140 lot only one block to '  beach. Full view of the Inlet. Piped community water available, $9,900.  ABBS RD: View of Bgy area bnd Georgia  Strait Is yours from this beautiful lot in area  of elaborate homos, Two blocks to schools  and shopping. $19,900.  REDRbOFFS AREA: Over 1 treed acre. This  sloping property offers maximum privacy  and Is actually two lots. (Can be bought  separately). Serviced wrth regional water.  Power 2 blocks away. $15,800.  SMITH ROAD: Cleared view lot close to ferry  terminal and oceanview. Triangular shaped  lot with good building site. $14,000.  UKANDS RD; Tuwanek. Ideal recreation lot  In beautifully wooded and park like setting.  Zoned fpr trolltn.Thli lot overlook! Seshelt  Inlet and the Lamb Island. $8,900,  WAKEFIELD RD: Fully .serviced lot on paved  road. View, overlooking Trail Islands, Bring  offers. $14,500.  McCULLOUGH RD: Wilson Creek. Close to  ��� one acre of treed property with sub-division,  possibilities. $22,500.  COMMERCIAL WATERFRONTi Olbsons, With  waterfront as scarce as it Is this double use'  lot represents real value. $33,000.  SOUTH FLETCHER: At School Road. Two lots  40 x 150 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. $27,500.  GRANDVIEW & PRATT: Building lot In a fast  growing area. Approximate slxe u 146 x  141 x 74 x 125, Present all offers on the  asking price of $11,500,  SCHOOL RD: Three view lots 73 x 110. On  sewer, Three  block*  from  schools  and  $16,000 iadi.  B  ACREAGE  up  l.,��t-  MASKELL  property  subdlvldable  and   Lower  RD:  1.44 acres of  on   Maskell   Road  erts Creek Road.'Zoning allows for 1/2  icre average. This Is a quiet rural area only  lies from Gibsons. $24,900.  r/C��� "  SCHOOL RD: 1.56 acres adjacent 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 zoned 5 acres, Lightly cleared,  close to shopping centre and schools,  $59,000,  ���  It  ��1  y\  A"  )')  GIBSONS: Approximately 16 acres, 2nd  growth trees, level, great for a hobby farm.  Close to Gibsons. Good holding property  and priced at only $4,000 por acre. See this  now. Largo acreages aro getting scarce.  $64,000.  CHASTER RD: Two acres of nicely treed,  level land across the stroot from Cedar  Grove School, Zoning allows subdivision  Into 1/4 acre lots, Excellent for hobby farm  or Investment. $30,000.  fi  SARGENT RD: 2.7 treed acres In the heart of  Roberts Creek. 5 lot subdivision has been  approved. Excellent soil and drainage.  Perfect for hobby farm on holding property.  FP $34,900.  HIGHWAY 101 ���, ��1,7 acres vacant land  located on Highway 101, Mlddlopolnt +30  miles from Gibsons, Logging road, not In  ute, through property. Avorago subdivision  size permitted 1/2 acre, Southerly exposure  ond good view. $38,500.  HIGHWAY 101: ��20 acres with Insulated  cottage lust remodelled. Locatod on High-  way lOf in Middle Point �� miles from  Gibsons, Average subdivision sixe permitted 1/2 acre. Cottage has all services,  Southerly exposure and view from higher  elevation at rear. $49,500.  BAYVIEW: 2,8 partially cleared acres In  Roberts Creek with 275' Ironloge. Creek  runs through the property, Ideal for hobby  farm. Close, to beach, Zoning permits  subdivision Into 1/2 acre lots. $39,900,  $16,000 each. " "~"~  '��� "SSS"0' 'B.'H?' M!^m CMWIWMIMIBHI   ARNEmrmtN    JAY VISSEft   DAVE ROBERTS  HM6-7760       MM670       M6-2164 M3-3M5 W6-9Z93 ,       M5-330a      816-1040/  i'V  l> Ml  11 HI  STEVE SAWYER  186-2691  ��� '���ivt  i, 7$.  ���i  Sfeft.  Soinehe  -_.___ -  for home buying  885-3295  <*���  The purchase of a home is  the biggest investment most  of us will make in a lifetime ���  not only in the terms of dollars  and cents, but also in the  future happiness of .the family.  To assist you in making  your choice, I would suggest  that you avail yourself of the  services of a specialist in the  field��� a realtor. A realtor  knows neighbourhoods in  details, has full information  available to him on all the  homes for sale, and knows  values. Through the coordination of information and  knowledge he will ensure the  best-buy-at-the-best-price.  &&  When you decide to buy a  homer one-1 of-the first-con���  sideratiOns should be price  range. The considerations of  neighbourhood, number of  bedrooms, etc., are very  important', however financial  considerations will determine  the limits within which your  choice will be made.  A rule of thumb, which  many think is valid is that cost  should not exceed two ahd a  half"to"three times yoiir ah-'  THIaTfficMne;  Most people when purchasing will be involved in  mortgage* financing. This is  usually carried out with a  down payment from your  -savings-and-borrowing-funds-  from a financial institution.  The amount^of money you  have as a down payment as  well as the amount of mortgage money available and  repayment terms will help  you to determine what you can  afford to pay for a home.  Mortgage plans are usually  of three basic types: 1) a  conventional mortgage with a  down payment of 25 percent  and borrowed money up to 75  percent of land and home  value; 2) high ratio mortgages which may allow you to  borrow up to 90 percent of  home and land value; 3) a coordination of conventional  mortgage and a second  mortgage. The second mortgage can sometimes be used  to offset a low down payment.  The art of financing is  fundamental to your success  in attaining the most home  within your means?4 The  progressive realtor pHdes  himself with knowing many of  the options of creative  financing. A very good reason  to employ the' professionals to  help you find your home.  .The area you chose for.  your new home will be a very  important factor in the. enjoyment of your home^  Location is also a very important factor in value.  Some of the factors that,  will affect your property's  enjoyment and future values  are zoning bylaws, public  works, traffic, tax rates  nuisances, distances,  municipal - services, and'  jieig-_bour_^.^--_d___ck_.tlM_  \*  HOMES  VNGDALE __      -   __        $89,500  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 ta a secluded  patio. Two fireplaces plus quality  construction are a few of the many  features. Spacious & elegant, plus  goad moorage. Call Terrl for an  appointment to view. 8B5-5046.  Whom Real Estate is serious ��� but a pleasure  HOMES ACREAGE  Van. Direct  681-7931  Box 979 Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  tNext to the Gulf Station  WATERFRONT  surrounding housing, as this  will be-important for future  value of your home.  Some of the questions you  should ask yourself when you  start the job of actually finding and purchasing the home:  are:  1) Do you ,like the architectural style?  2) Are there enough bedrooms  for the present and the future?  3) Is the lot of a size that will  allow the landscaping oFyour  choice?--; '������   4) Are the room sizes  adequate for your furniture?  5) Is there a garage or carport?   .  6) Is there a rec room or play  - room-or -room -for one? -  CHASTER RD ~ $85,500"  . Large __ropdern_. ho_UBe__wlth___y!e_w._  Basement It set up and used as a  hairdressing salon, but could be inlaw suite. Extra wide lot for prlvdcy,  which also, may be subdivided,' Excellent financing is assumable. Call  Suzanne Dunkerton for more info,  885-3971..,  REDROOFFS ROAD $2500 down  For qualified buyers. Four year old  home in perfect condition on  secluded easy care lot. 3 bdrms, 2  sets plbg, minutes walk to resident's  owned waterfront lot. Ray Bernler or  Emilie Henderson, 886-8241.  HOPKINS LANDING $88,000  Two bedrooms in this elegant and  comfortable'home. 1700 sq ft on two  levels. The large dining and living  room are set off with the panoramic  view of water and mountains. Kit-  -xben.i----ri9bt.-ind..spaci_-a4-and_--l--Q_  GAMBIER ISLAND       " $65,000  Exceptional value in this full  bjsement home, featuring second  fireplace, very quiet & secluded on  large fully fenced level lot. Spacious  sundeck to enjoy the pcean view. 5  bedrooms, 6th roughed In, 2-1/2  baths, "plus- wet Bar". Quality carpets  throughout. Some furnishings to stay,  plus all appliances. Call Terrl 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-recreationaUproperly���.  Ca\\ Terrl Hanson. 885-50467  DAVISBAY~ "   "$48,000"  Here they .are the benefits of  waterfront but not the cost I Fabulous.  view and one block to sandy beach.  1034 sq ft, two bedrooms, large  living and dining -room with a  fireplace. Large sundeck and carport.  Easy care landscaping that .Is very  attractive. A greenhouse'and a metal  storage shed to add to this well-  priced home'. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton, 885-3971.  WILSON CREEK $18,500  This is a seml-waterfront summer  -cottager-approx���500���sq���ftp-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.  t^tt  EAST PORPOISE BAY $104,900  Superb ranch-style home located on  3 acres of level, treed land.  Tastefully finished throughout,  featuring 4 bdrrns, 3 pee master  enste, family room-plus in-law accommodation and a guest cottage.  Call for appointment to see. Ray  Bernler, "8863��54T~or Emll1e~Hen-  derson,-886-8231. -��� - - - --P  LOTS  SAKINAW LAKE $124,900'  Waterfront acreage ��� 16 acres plus,  2500��. lake frontage. Two bdrm  house ahd guest cottage, 2 floats and  boathouse.  Private  Bay.   Call   Ray  Bernler, 886-8241.  7) Check the flow patterns in  the home. Are then adequate?  8) Is   the   eating   area  satisfactory?"  9) Is there storage space?  . .10) What is the state of repair?  11) How does it compare with  the others in your price  range?  A trick that will help you to  make your home inspection  much easier is to ask your  realtor to provide a home  inspection sheet that you can  fill out on your tour.  When you finally find the  home of your choice the value  of the professional realtor  service cannot be over emphasized.  The helpful hints have  described some of the more  important points in home  buying. We hope that our  advice will help you chose a  home. Happy home hunting!  ���Don Sutherland -  Charles English Ltd.  enjoys the view. Large 36x11' cedar  sundeck overlooking the tastefully  landscaped garden. The property is  all fenced and is close to the ferry.  Call Suzanne Dunkerton for viewing,  8f85-3971.  SELMA PARK $13,000  2 bdrms in this 600 approx sq ft home.  A combination dining room and  kitchen add to; the cozy atmopshere.  This is on lease land and has 16 years  I left. Call Suzanne Dunkerton for  'more info, 885-3971.  EAST PORPOISE BAY $98,500  Imagine 8.92 acres close to Tlllicum  Bay Marina with a breathtaking view  of Sechelt Inlet��� available now. 7 yr  . old home has approx 1208 sq ft,' a  fireplace,, a/oil 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  subdividable   level   acres,   partly  -woodsyr~partly���landscaped-with���an���  eye to easy maintenance. Top quality  throughout,   near  good  beach.  For  ' appointment to view, call Corry Ross,  885-9250.  FIVE ACRES ��� GIBSONS $69,900  Well maintained  home completely  WEST COAST CONTEMPORARY $79,500  This well designed 3 bdrm cedar and  glass split level home has charm and  sophistication, plus all the amenities.  Open-fired view living & dining room,  two full bathrooms,.' step-saver kitchen, workshop, utility, storage room,  plus that elusive waterfront,  everyone wants. Please call Corry  Ross, 885-9250.  DAVIS BAY   7_ $79,900  Two bedroom home with unimpeded  view and path to beach. Cedar and  glass' aboum.-in-.hls���thoughtfully-  planned house. Full downstairs to be  developed to your own taste. Close  to all amenities. Call Terri Hanson to  view, 885-5046.  BRAND NEW $49,900  Good view from this new 3 bdrm  located in quiet, convenient WILSON  CREEK, immed possession. Call  Emilie Henderson' or Ray Bernler,  886-8241.  COMMERCIAL  GIBSONS  k  Small thriving cafe business in the  heart of Gibsons. Call Suzanne for  more information, 885-3971.  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.  ROBERTS CREEK                    $115,000  Unique log and frame home. 5-1/2  acres treed property with stream. 6  bdrms, huge living room with floor to  ceiling fireplace, brick FP In country-  sized  kitchen.  3  baths.  Open  for  offers. Call Ray Bernler or Emilie  Henderson, 886-8241. '  SAKINAW LAKE  $7,000  Here it is��� 100 feet of waterfront at  an affordable price. Build your  hideaway and relax. Water access  only. Call Suzanne Dunkerton, 885-  3971.  TUWANEK WATERFRONT LOTS  Side by side beauties ��� 110' of  waterfrontage priced at $26,500  AND 95' of waterfrontage priced at  $25,000. Gentle slope to water and  "southerly exposure ~ enhance - these  properties. Phone Terri for more  details, 885-5046.  WINN RD - GIBSONS $ 15,000  Here is a lot with everything. Extra  large & services, southern exposure  to water and mountain view. Close to  all amenities. Call Suzanne to view,  885-3971. -  -  GRANDVIEW RD, GIBSONS    $ 12,500  Here is the building lot you've been  looking for. Close to schools,  shopping & beach. Potential,view to  boot. Surrounded by quality new  homes. Call Suzanne for more information, 885-3971.  PENDER HARBOUR  $121500  "lovely" view lot~bverlooRing 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 Terri for more information.  SEMI-WATERFRONT $25,500  A good buy on a quiet large double  "ended lot across froffiTSnTOll-Marinar-  Beautiful view. Call Terrl Hanson for  more details, 885-5046.  SELMA PARK $16,000  -_arae..vip.w_���lat...i_'.it-i..._1QJU}her-i_..e_��:..  posure. Close to beach. Access is from  both Greer Road & Highway.  SANDY HOOK $10,500  Beautiful view on the inlet &  mountains on this 76x122' lot. Call  Suzanne Dunkerton, 885-3971.  KEATS ISLAND $7,500  Nicely treed corner lot with a view.  . Hydro & water available. 8x12 shed  to remain. Call Terri Hanson.  RAY BERNIER  886-8241  CORRY ROSS  885-9250  EMILIE HENDERSON  886-8231  SUZANNE DUNKERTON:  885-3971  TERRI HANSON  885-5046  North Vancouver  139 West 16th Street  West Vancouver  1586 Marine Drive  Vancouver OTHER OFFICES  3343Kingsway TO SERVE YOU  MEMBER OF "RELOCATION SERVICES CANADA" REFERRAL SYSTEM  Surfoy  10474 137th St.  Langley  20585 Fraser Hwy  Powell River  4726 Marine Avenue  Metric���  measure for measure, it's a better way to measure  i     . *-.  WM-Mft.  -m  mm  mmmmm  mm*  wsmm  mm  ft  MAKE IT!    Hot Water Sponge Cake  -1-1/4-cups-cake-flour   1-1/2. tsp baking powder  1/2 tsp salt  3 eggs  3/4 cup sugar  1/3 cup hot water      ^  1 tsp vanilla  1/2 tsp lemon extract  Heat oven to 350 degrees.  Generously grease and flour a 9x9" square pan.  Sift together the flour, baking powder and salt. Set aside. Beat eggs In a small mixing  bowl until very thick, and lemon colored (about 5 minutes). Pour into large mixer  bowl and beat in sugar gradually. On low speed, beat In hot water and flavoring.  Quickly and thoroughly beat In dry ingredients. Immediately pour Into prepared pan.  Bake 25 to 30 minutes or until top springs back when lightly touched.  Cool and serve with fruit & whipped cream.  _      ����i  Meet Sam, the Story Frog.  Congratulations to Stephen Lehman,  age 6, of Crowe Rd., R.R. 2, Gibsons.  Who contributed the winning name of  'Sam'., for our mascot,  the Story Frog.  We wpuld like to thank all those who  entered our contest.  We will be sending you your  prize, Stephen.  H^KIDS  BIRTHDAY CLUB  Hoy Kidil Why riot |oln  our HEY KIDS BIRTHDAY  CLUB. Just ������nd your  nam*, ago, addron,  arid tho dato of your  birth to:  HEY   KIDS  BIRTHDAY CLUB  Peninsula Tlmos  Box 310  Socholt, B.C.  VON 3A0  i  Robin Watching  Have you ever taken a springtime walk and found a tiny bit of broken eggshell? That  , shell usually means a baby bird has hatched, Few people are ever lucky enough to  see baby birds hatch or take their first flight, If you could watch them, this Is what  you might see;  DAY 1 ���Mother robin settles down for her annual spring |ob, laying eggs,  DAY 5 ��� Success! Within four days, ths nest holds four pale blue eggs. The parents  won't leave the nest alone for long. Th�� eggs need the warmth of their bodies to  develop,  DAY 19 ��� "Hey, lookl There's a crack In that eggl" You can actually see an egg  jiggle as a chick chips away from Inside the shell.  ��� and three blind, fuuy, helpless chicks.  Windy wator*  Rolling wavot  Mon on ��hlp��  Tho ��oa tholr grave*  Rock* ahoad  What will thoy do  Will tholr hope*  Follow thorn through.  The wind then change*  Tho ���hips tallt away  And novor pgaln  Did tho ship pan that way.  DAY 20 ��� Now the nest holds only one sgg -  By evening, the fourth egg will hatch,  DAY 20 ��� Gleaning the nest, the mother picks up a piece of shell, She'll carry It away  from the nest'and drop It,  DAY 24 ��� "Ma... Pa ... we're starving " Signalling that they're hungry, the babies  open their beaks. As if aiming at o targtt. (he parents drop food Into the brljght red  mouths. Baby birds need a steady supply of food to survive,  DAY 25 ~ Working as a team, the parents unload beaks full of insects and fruit. Baby  robins grow quickly. Some days, the weight of what they eat equals their own  .weight..  (      ���   ���'   r' ,   i ���������,������       ^  DAY 27 ��� Pocked together, the babies spend their last days in the nest, Their flight  feathers have begun to sprout.  DAY 28 ��� As the young birds begin to stretch their wings, the nest seems even more  crowded,  DAY 32 ��� "Can we try that again, Dod?" Out on a limb, the babies take a flying  lesson. 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SUSPENSION & BRAKE CENTRE       1 mile west of Gibsons  The Management of Coastal  Tires wishes to thank our  patrons for their patience  during our renovations.  ,r  , I '.!���, ���' AW..  fewjte.fc^^.--.        ��l   -Sf-WU** 13*f|  BEFORE  VISA  ____MM__m  *!i^!^_��if-i^iiiii!i��S,:::!:!i!:'  :S*5$::!i;!?r<:9:ft:::::!::,:'.::vi'  :NV  ^>^4^(to��W^*^^^r>#^Wr^��<lOW^����_i��!   **��  n^ss^*j. li\*,tV j��\Vtf*Kt  -  nr i mi  ��� ���/'��� ,  The Peninsula Times-  Wednesday^ April 25,1979  m  ^^.o<-;  mm  V-'h:'-  'i-WI  ��oir;i:7v77.  GREAT SPECIALS!  ���30  Gibsons or McClary, Sugg, list price $425.00 SALE  ���SOUND DESIGN AM/FM STEREO  8*track player/recorder, turntable, $ 1 QQuU  [limited  stock]  2 speakers, stand.  SALE  [limited  stocky  for sundecks and outdoors  �����  ~$M9  Tr vi  UOTEP UOODUJORHS ifD. ���KITGHEN CABINETS  SPECTRUM 20" COLOR TV  ��� Speaker & controls are all front-mounted  ��� two earphone |acks for silent listening for two people.  ��� Dipole antenna for VHF and UHF reception.  ��� Automatic fine tuning [AFT]  ��� Automatic high voltage regulator for sharper,  brighter picture. /  ��� Automatic chroma gain control  .��� Woodgrain cabinet  ��� 100% solid state  ��� In-line! picture tube.  Reg. $575.00        SALE  *42��  (00  [limited stock]    .  CARPETS  Reg. $23.95  j^w^iaM  NOW  STEREOS  Sanyo, Sound Design,  Audio Reflex,  Wharfdale  APPLIANCES  Speed Queen, Gibsons  and a new line  of Moffat McClary  UNO  ,,^PI,  ��� WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD  > ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Seaview Place, Hiway 101, Gibsons  Take ADVANTAGE of This Anniversary Sale-We Will EVEN Reduce The Cost on The Sale Items.  To Complement the Anniversary Quality Furniture  is SLASHING PRICES....  >W ATERBEDS���  Complete with mattress, mattress pads, liner,  heater & thermostat, padded side rails, headboard  "'*ii<��S  . w<w.  * I  tl  WW*.  ,*#.t  100  W00DST0VES  Kresno, Woodmaster  and up  Le Petit Godin,  "m  ���fSofas���Chairs ���Uveseats  ���Sectionals ���Lamps ���Bedroom Suites  ���Mirrors ���Medicine Cabinets ���Kitchen Sets  ��� Coffee & End Tables ��� Drapes ��� Recliners  ���Rocking Chairs ���Wallpaper ���Records  ���TVs ���Appliances  ,0  >W.  BUNKER HILL COLLECTION  Maple Dining Room Suite, Buffet $  and Hutch. Reg. $2500 SALE  00  922-2017���Itinct Line  SoG-ZQli   886-9773  i Soccer action  Got the blues?  Want to get away from it all?  lake a walk! Walk a w0ck.Today.  mmnM**  By CHRIS SNAPE  Dazzling fans and rival soccer teams is  exactly what the Sechelt Renegades did  over the Easter weekend. Renegades  played undefeated to come home as the  Totem Cup Tournament winners for 1979.  The-last-time4Sechelt-won-wasin-1965.. .  Our second Sechelt team also came  home victorious with the 17th annual  Totem _ Cup_ Consolation^ JTrophy.  Dedication and cheering f ran the Sechelt  fans-must have boosted team moral.  Approximately 60 of our fans out-drowned  as many as three times the fans from  Vancouver Island.  Special thanks must also go to the  coaches Hubert Joe and Lloyd Jackson.  Joe coached both the Tsoh-Nye Eagles and  _Jhe_Renegades. Jacteon-WJ3_i_the_C-WChfor-  the Chiefs.  =-The=tournament started on=a=windy=  Friday, afternoon. The first Renegades  game was a victory for.Sechelt with a  score of 4-1. Goals were scored for the  Renegades by Vern (Bugs) Joe, Ricky  August and Darren (Zit) Dixon got two.  The team played Duncan United. _,   On Saturday the_first.of tw7o games for  the Renegades was played with Victoria  Golden Hawks. The score ended at 2-1 for  ^Sechelt with Perry (Tex) Williamsjund  Darren (Zit) Dixon getting the goals.  The final game played Saturday was a  6-0 victory over the Duncan Native Sons:  Goal scorers were Vern (Bugs) Joe with  two, Darren Dixon with his 2nd two-goal  game,''.JRicky August and Perry (Tex)  Williams with one apiece.  The Renegades went into the finals.,  _Eastej__Sun_da>L playing. _the_Saanich|  BraVes. After 20 minutes of overtimg  -were=tied=up=at=&2i-Goals= wer&=  scored by Perry (Tex) Williams and  Bubba Johnson. Ricky August after five-  penalty shots finally put one in ahd won the  tournament.  All-star Trophiesvwere given to Tony  (Bones) Paul, Darre^i Dixon and Gary  (Chuc-qO Eeschuk as well as his All-Star  warmly accepted the W79 Totem Cup. -  The tournament stars as selected by  Renegade Coach-Hubert-Joe are Darren  (Zit) Dixon, Gary (Chucky) Feschuk and  Ricky AuguX*  SECHELT CHIEFS  An all out effort by the Chiefs ended up  in their only loss of 6-1 to ihe Duncan  Native Sons. The only chiefs goal was  scored by Gerald (Skinny.) Feschuk.  On Saturday, the cards turned for.jhe  . The finals started on Sunday with the  Consolation Tournament. Vincent. (Ding)  Paul scored twice against Alert Bay Reds.  . After 20 minutes of overtime the score was  tied at 2-2. Ken (Boo-Boo) Paul finally got  the winning goal and Sechelt Chiefs  captain Howie Joe accepted Sechelt's  second major cup. An All-star Trophy was  given to Kenny Hanuse and Gerald  (Skinny) Feschuck was awarded best  goalie of the tournament.    ,  The three tournament stars as selected  by coach Lloyd Jackson were Herb (Crazy  Legs) August, Gerald (Skinny) Feschuck  and Kenny (Tacky) Hanuse.  ______i__________i____________________________i  Sectloii C  _���! Ill I   I llinl-l �����   Ml  Wednesday, April 25,1979  rnrntm  Pages 1-6  -. Chiefs as they were victorious over Cape  _J-iudgeJta_2-P_d^  ^erald (Sharky) Lovie scoring a goal  apiece.  1 _TJiejDhief8-.also_JS!ere_vi(jtorious���_t--aL  same afternoon after defeating Sliammon  Rowdies by a score of 4-1. Goals were  scored by Danny (Bullet) Paul with two,.  Tommy Paul and Billie (Wild Cock)  August.  Use 'Times' Adbriefs  to Sell, Rent, Buy, Swap etc.  Vote LOCKSTEAD, NDP   for effective fepreientatrbn "  SsKhi.lt Office:  885-5312  Glbtont OHIc*: 886-8214  Authorized by   the Mackenzie NDP Astocotlon  B.A. BLACKTOP  -     "QUALITY   SERVICE SINCE 1956"  ASPHALT PAVING OF:  ���Roads ���industrial SitesoParking Areas  Tennis Courts*Driveways ��� Gravel Sales*  FOR FR6E ESTIMATES CALL  885-5151  East Porpoise Bay Rd, Sechelt  Members:  ^^hjop Ltd'  _^mm_   Amalgamated  AX_V_ Construction  -Association-  B.C. Road  guilders  Association  Ladies softball games  start next Wednesday  The 1979 Sechelt Peninsula Ladies  Softball season will be kicking off  Tuesday, May 1. From all indications  there will be 6 teams participating again  this year. They are Sechelt Legion 140 ���  playing at Hackett Park, Cedars Inn at  Cedars Grove Elementary, Trail Bay  Mailers at Sechelt Elementary, Pender  Harbour at Madeira Park Elementary,  Roberts Creek at Roberts Creek  Elementary and this year's new team,  Gibsons Blues, whose home field will be  Gibsons Elementary.   .  All games will start at 6:45 p.m. and it  will be the responsibility of the teams  involved to make up, any rained-out  games. May 22 has been agreed upon for a  cutoff for signing of new players and a new  ruling has been made with regard to new  players that requires coaches to notify  roster co^fdfi-atbr'Lyi-rte* Allen oTdriy  additions to their roster one game prior to  playing new players.   '  This year's playoffs will be held June 23  and June 24 with the final game and wind-  up bash Sunday, June 24. Another event to  note is the 10 team tournament being  hosted by Roberts Creek May 25,26 and 27  at Hackett Park.  The regular schedule will be as follows:  May 1 ��� Pender vs Legion, Cedars vs  Trail Bay, Roberts Creek vs Blues.  . May 3���Legion vs Blues, Trail Bay vs  Pender, Roberts Creek vs Cedars.  May 8 ��� Blues vs Cedars, Pender vs  Roberts Creek, Trail Bay vs Legion.  ��� May-10��� Legion vs-Roberts Creek  Blues vs Trail Bay, Cedars vs Pender.  May 15 ��� Cedars vs Legion, Pender vs  Blues, Roberts Creek vs Trail Bay. ~  May 17 ��� Legion vs Pender, Trail Bay  vs Cedars, Blues vs Roberts Creek.  May 22 ��� Blues vs Legion,. Pender vs  Trail Bay, Cedars vs Roberts Creek.  May 24 ��� Cedars vs Blues, Roberts  Creek vs Pender, Legion vs Trail Bay.  May 29 ��� Roberts Creek vs Legion,  Trail Bay vs Blues, Pender, vs Cedars.  May 31 ��� Legion vs Cedars, Blues vs  Pender, Trail Bay vs Roberts Creek.  -- Jiine5~Pendferv^l��iglb_^Jb��ia-^vs'  Trail Bay, Roberts Creek vs Blues.  June 7���Legion ys Blues, Trail Bay vs  Pender, Roberts Creek vs Cedars.  June 12 ��� Blues vs Cedars; Pender vs  Rqberts Creek, Trail Bay vs Legion.  June 14 ��� Legion vs Roberts Creek  Blues vs Trail Bay, Cedars vs Pender.  June 19���Cedars vs Legion, Pender vs  Blues, Roberts Creek vs Trail Bay.  action  Sechelt Redskins edged Golden City  Chiefs 3-2 in semi-final soccer playoffs at  Chatelech last Sunday. Leading Redskins  to victory were Ricky August with two  goals and Robert Joe with one.  GREAT PACIFIC  HOT TUBS  An Experience in Pleasure and  Relaxation  TO SEE OR TRY FOR YOURSEIF  Phono 885-2183 HELEN PHILLIPS  Scoring for Chiefs were Ted Dixon and  Kenny Paul. Redskins meet Pender  Harbour Bananas in the final game 2 p.m.  at Pender Harbour High School.  Cancer, id not one disease but a group of  diseases and a solution to this problem is  the greatest medical challenge ever faced  by man. Your contribution to the Canadian  Cancer Society is vital to the work of  cancer research teams battling to defeat  cancer. Can cancer be beaten? You bet  your life it can.  ^  &  *%  *t>>.  V  Need a boat moved?  Call  AB HADDOCK BOAT MOVING  Pender Harbour  DAYS 883-2722 EVES 883-2682  South Pender Harbour Waterworks District  Annual General Meeting  MADEIRA PARK   a A_ui_y_i i__jixv U AI I  bUMIHUNIIY HALL  ���Sunday   : 2:30pii_ ;   Fletcher's!.  TRCOIT  sliced, side 1 lb. pkg.  $1.19  MEAT  >jt-  T-Bone & Sirloin  CTFAI/   i-pune ot 9irwin $*J   *%��__  OlLAIl Canada A Beef lb.    On_C%9  BEEF SAUSAGE ._ $1.19  COTTAGE ROLLS c^vac �� $2.19  GROCERY  CREAM CORN o/$1 nn  Harmony, 14oz.tln�� e^/      X lUU  $1.79  3/$1.00  POWDER DETERGENT  Harmony, 6 litre bag    PEAS  Harmony, 14oz. tins   CHEESE SLICES  Bulk, 3 lb. pkg..     ���..Jh.__J______J_r_s^^-  $  ���i���i * ���.-  _,  3.69  COFFEE  .Co-op, Fine Grind, 1 Ib   ORANGE JUICE  Co-op. Sweetened & Unsweetened, 48 oz.  GREEN BEANS  Royal City, French Style, 15 ox. tins ......  ORANGE CRYSTALS  Tang, 23 oz. tin .....        $2.69  2/*1.00  $1.69  PUMPKIN  Co-op, 28 oz. tins             STONED WHEAT THINS  Weston, 20 oz. box       PINEAPPLE  , Dole, Sliced, Crushed, Chunks, 19 oz. tin .  POTATO CHIPS  Old Dutch, Twin Pack     .  2/$1.00  McBIG BISCUITS  McCormlcks, 700g        HOT DOG/HAMBURGER  RELISHES  Libby's. 12 oz.....       TOILET TISSUE  Royale, 4 rolls   CANNING CAPS & RINGS  12pack..   *  1.19  Co-op, 5 flavors, canned  SOFT DRINKS  6/$l  00  mimm Kraft Macaroni   *�� /$4 00  UINNLK & Cheese    O /     JL  MARGARINE  Monarch 3 Ib. pkg.  ^>mmm_mmmmimmmTmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  FROZEN FOODS  'fiesta* '" " ?-~;"r  ICE CREAM 4 Itr pall  Co-op,  CD I re 2lb-  rHILO bags  ea.  Mrs. Smith's,  M%wfrLL ��� ll-iw  Co-op,  _T t-rT-O 2 lb. bag ....  26 ox.  < ��� t \ *  t  i ��� t i  PRODUCE  White or Pink, Small Sizes g\   ��&_\ A A  GRAPEFRUIT 9/* l00  TOMATOES RIPE  GREEN PEPPERS  ib.  ib.  BAKERY  Sunbeam, Sandwich  DDC AI)  White or Whole  32 oz   > * * * i  "We Roserve the Right to Limit Quantities"  We are open every Sunday  from 10-5 pm for your shopping  convenience.  We sell ke.  CO-OP  Lower Gibsons ��� 886-2522  CO-OP  Prices effective April 26, 27 A 28, 1979. The Garden Corner.  __../.  Armies of Insects to face  By Guy Symonds  Recently, we talked a little. about  fertilizers as the home gardener uses them  so now would seem to be a good time to  '.take.a look at the grower's other m&jor  ���outlay-��� pesticides,their-use andabuse..  . This gardener is very strongly opposed  to the indiscriminate use of poison agents  ��� that kill every moving thing in the ground,  the good bugs as well as the so-called  ���'bad" ones. Actually he beleives that  -every living and growing thing has its  proper place in the divine scheme of  things, and that the "bad" bug is Just one  more link in the food chain that goes up  from the protozoa in the ocean to that most  voracious of animal, man. But he himself  is part of the chain in that he must take  whatever measures he can to get what,  "= rightly of wronglyrhe considers hisrshare:  In the complex civilization we have  created, we want more and more of more  and more. Man alone in this world has  ''dominion over the beasts of the field",  and as his presence increases so- his  demands increase. To satisfy them he  must wage relentless war on the predators  that would rob him. Of all these predators  the one most to be feared are those in the  enormous world of insects. Below and  above ground we have huge armies of  - them-to-face and the- cold-fact is that  without the pesticides the world population  could not be fed. The trouble is that it is so  easy to over-simplify the problem and  even easier to argue from the heart rather  than from the head/Recently a woman  protesting a planned spraying against the  gypsy rriotij was heard to say over the.  radio that if she had to choose between  dead trees and dead children then the trees  can go. That sort of statement can affect  the thinking of a large number of very  goodbulrvery woolly-thinking people, and  Js typical of a section of the population that  " =cannot="see Hie^trees for the woods".  However, enough of that, let's get down to  the specific problems faced by the home  gardener,. '  Among the very good publications  issued by the department of agriculture is  one that teaches us to "know your  enemy". In fact its title is "Recognition  MUMOON INN  S SERVICES  ���WE HAVE GAS & DIESEL  TUMPS & TOW TRUCK SERVICE.  and Life History of the Major Insect and  Allied Pests of Vegetables in B.C;" Here  within its 45 pages is a mass of information .<  that identifies the pests by, their feeding ;  habits, foilage and-or roots, describes  each in its various stages of metamorphosis, their range, the vegetables Qikf \  attack, life history and how they can be '  controlled.      .' . ' ,\\  While a list of those that afflict us on >  this coast by no means exhausts the list in  the booklet, we do have a goodly number;  Aphids of various colours, both winged and  "winglessrcotwormsof many species; the  flea beetle, cabbage worm, thrips, pea  moth and pea weevil, slugs, carrot rust fly,  cabbage maggot, turnip maggot, wire  worm and, of'course, the friarsh crane fly.  ��� this last, while generally mentioned in  ..connection with lawns, is still a very  dangerous beast in the garden.  For each and all of these the gardener  must foster a deadly hatred if he would  keep that for which he has toiled. Books  _such as.the.j)ne mentioned, and-scores of,  other publications to be found in the  .gardening sejctionjof justabout every booX  store will tell the gardener just what to  buy, how and why to apply it and particularly what not to do with it. The  preparations on the market are legion and  the selling pressure is enormous. The best  advice is to go to someone who is not trying  to sell any particular brand but will  * recommend a course of action. And who  better than a department of the government for that purpose?  So far this gardener has only had to  _prote_ct_thexadishes_and[f or thte the_five__  per cent diazinon granules proved very  Page 02  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, April 25,1979  885-5S00  ���RESTAURANT OPEN  THURSDAY. FRIDAY, SATURDAY ft SUNDAY  HOURS: 4:30 P.M. - 10:00 P.M.  - The Clarksons - 8 miles north of Sechelt ��� Hiway 101.  satisfactory last year. The broad,beans  and the early peas q^on't need anything yet,  but when the peas start into flower a  malathion spray must be applied to check  the pea weevil. This little beast can ruin a  op-of-peas-and-the-poor-deluded-gar  dener knows nothing of it till he opens up  the pods and finds a revolting mess. The  only indication.is a pinhole in the pod  where the maggot entered.  The soil is perceptibly warming despite  the generally cool temperatures. This is  the deciding factor for planting time ��� we  gardeners are going to be busy for the next  three or four weeks ��� and what pleasure  goes with that business! '  i     Sechelt, Cowrie Street        885-2168  Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons     886-8020  TENNISSALEU  Wed, April 25-Sat, April 28  ^kJ  TENNIS WEAR-MEN'S & WOMEN'S  $1399  Lots of Shorts, Shirts, Socks &' Sweatbands .   .  Tennis Shoes ��� Many Styles to Choose from for Both Men & Women  e'9': Men's     ADIDAS NASTASE   Reg. $32.50   SALE   *25  ADIDAS ROD LAVERS NOW AVAILABLE  $1 C99  Ladies'   ADIDAS MONICA    Rog._$_17.95_vS_ALE_ ID  BAUER COURT Reg. $15.95    SALE  IDifAmt \wmm-m  We Have a Tennis Racquet Suited fer You-  ADUITS   12^^69**      JUN.ORS    *998-,1995  TRUNG RACQUETS ��� Wood-Borg Triple Crown   23      Incl. cover  $OQ99  Metal ��� Bancroft   _fc*J     incl. cover  Selected dijcontinued Racqueti    20/0 OFF   DONNAY  UNSTRUNG RACQUETS  50��/(rOFF  Price of Stringing with Purchase of New  Tennis Frame; Choose from BANCROFT, DONNAY,  DUNLOP, SPALDING, SLAZENGER, WILSON  GET YOUR OLD RACQUET IN SHAPEII  Tennis Restringing $10.00-$18.95  GRIP PROBLEMS? Wrap It with linen strip or terry cloth, $1.95. Or,  for real comfort we'll Install a new Calfskin grip, $5.50  I  IN GIBSONS  Simmjc/test  Shopping  Cent/ie  fat Sv&UfttUHQ  tpxtt'tl wen need.  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SECHELT  C&S HARDWARE  Check us out  for  BINOCULARS  & TELESCOPES  885-9713  THE PEACH TREE  For all your Cosmetic and  Fashion Jewelry Needs.  Hand, Nail & Foot care Available,  Make-up Application ft Facial Cleantlng  For Appointment  885-3813  Orders  Taken  NEW SPRING  HANDBAGS &  SHOES  More, Arriving Daily I  CAMPBELL'S FAMILY  SHOES & LEATHER GOODS  In the heart, of Sechelt, 885-9345  'Specializing in Ladies & Mens  ,   Cuts & Styling,  Coloring,  Blow Drying,  Long, soft, wash & )>  ���   wear perms.'��     l���,  Hair Care tor the entire family/  CQuallty Red ken, Jhlrmack 8. vidal Sassoon Products  1  jf Secfafc 'Beauty ScUw  Open Tuesday to Saturday  885-2818 Cowrie Sf.  "SAW FILING"  ��� CARBIDE TIP  ��� HAND SAWS  ��� CIRCULAR SAWS  1297 Surf Circle, SECHELT  (BERNIE) 885-5485  4$&  SI*** 0W SEWER PIPE J9 .in.  Sechelt Building  Supplies Ltd.  4M-0HJ  DCMhrD UADDAIID  rtNULIf tlAKBUUlf  ________ ______ -  [MADEIRA MARINA  T    Madeira Park- 883-2266  YOUR  *OMC  ^MERCRUISER  !   *VOLVO  SERVICE CENTER  L  L .__. _.:  NEW SPRING  FASHIONS ARRIVING  DAILY I  ,883-2315 MADEIRA PARK  "I  MADEIRA PARK  VARIETY STORE  >* Madeira Park 883-9115  For All  TISRfflcroirNSear  * Custom-made  Drape*  Seart Agent 883-3613  ammmmwrnmrnimmmmmmmmmm  LINK  tmmMmwmMmmmmmmmMmm  AC RENTALS &  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Penlntula Rd & Hwy 101   883-2585  ���50# Nylon Garden Hose *595  AG15 Wheelbarrow *6995 Wednesday, April 25,1979  The Peninsula Times  pageC-3  KOK, AAOORBY, KOWBLUK & CO.   CERTIFIED GENERAL ACCOUNTANTS  JOHN W. AAOORBY, C.G.A. Resident Partnei  BUSINESS-885-3511 Residence - 885-2498  MMMMIMimMIIMIMIM-^^  Cong/tatufetions  SECHELT & DISTRICT   CHAMBER OF COMMERCE  ���on the opening of their new office facilities  _>  on Cowrie St. next to Sechelt Office Service.  OPEN HOUSE-SAT., APRIL 28  Qechelt (Office Service  885-3258  Sechelt  m%teem_m^me_mm0mm_tmmm_M.mMtem0emmei  Come hear  the band  The internationally-known Canadian  Forces Naden Band from Victoria, under  direction of Capt. Con Furey, will be  making their second annual concert tour  of the Sunshine Coast next week starting  "ScHooDn Sed-eirfoUowlcrby an it p.n_.  public concert at Elphinstone School in  Gibsons.  At 7:30 Thursday they are inviting the  public to hear them at the Navy League  Plant sale success  The committee for the Arts Centre  Building Fund "special effects" wish to  express our sincere gratitude to those who  contributed plants, refreshments and time  for the plant sale on April 7 at the centre. -   This __effort_tesulted- in $510.40. being-  raised and our fund total is now $1,668.76.  t���^VVcTegretrthe^isappointment by many -'  who were unable to obtain plants, as we  were sold out by 11:30 a.m.  In order to organize a sale of this  nature, it is very necessary that we  _wthan-fi-p.mHperfoHnancfrTuesdayrMay���_mn_a_^spectior^nd-p_u-ad^heid-_-rthe���reeeive-plants-the-evening-beforeror-not  1 at Pender Harbour Secondary School.  Wednesday at 11 a.m. the band will  play for public and students at Chatelech  Gibsons Winter Club, at which time they  are hoping to have the Legion Tipe Band  with them in a combined rally.  THE NORTHERN HEATLlNER  *ls a double walled firebox to be used as a  built-in structural part of a masonry fireplace.  *The only fireplace that replaces the oxygen  used by the fire, on a continual basis.  *Positive air control ��� greater fuel efficiency.  *Smoke-not- heat goes up the chimney, two  dampers.  *No   drafts   -   gentle   air   pressure   created  throughout home.  *Old fashioned conventional fireplaces .function only because of the imperfections in our  homes. Strictly speaking, they should not work.  There is no physical principle behind their  ' a"es fgn7~~ "*        ~  885-261S  Fresh outside  air enters  back ot/  heotliner  Warmalr flows  from front of,  heotliner 300' F-t  ALSO AVAILABLE NORTHERN FIREPLACE INSERTS.  Adjustable, just slide it into your existing fireplace. Use our unit, save hundreds of  dollars, and still enjoy an open fire. Our fan can be installed to further increase  efficiency, ,oti BOTH units, if required.  later than 8:30 a.m. on sale day or are  notified in advance for pick-up service and  that we know in advance, what is for- -  thcoming.  Those donating time for pick-up service, pricing, and display work were  criticized for buying plants the previous  evening; there is no opportunity whatsoever for these workers to do so on day of  sale.  Our next event will be a slide show of.,  Australian Flowers at the music room of;;;  Chatelech School, May 14 at 8 p.m,;,  followed by a Garage Sale May 19 at 104  a.m. at the Arts Centre.  Please. fill your cartons with youi\  unneeded goods for pick up, no clothing!  please.  -For information call Alice Murray 885- -  9662.  .)-.,(���'���.-"    '   . >l ,��.. V>"       '" ���  Please note that from now on this Store  will no longer be opened Friday nights. We  will be closing at 6 p.m., our usual time. ���  Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  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RESIDENTIAL-COMMERCIAL  TOM MORRISON-BOB LAMBERT  886-8151  NORTH ROAD TO LANGDALE  CARPET-CABINET  CERAMIC CENTRE  BURLINGTON  SENECA  CELENESE  WESTMILLS  ARMSTRONG  MERIT  CITATION  CAREFREE  TUBSPLASHS  QUARRY  FLOORTILE  LINO  GAF  ARMSTRONG  DOWDFLOR  - NEW 6700 SERIES G.A.F.-  NO WAX S.U.S. CUSHION FLOOR  JEN-AIR UNITS*20% OFF LIST  MICRO & ELECTRIC RANGE UNITS 20% OFF LIST  Store Hours 10-5 Sat. or 886-2765 By Appointment  [Aldergrove]  WATERBEDS  and complete accessories  Watt,*- J-.��_s-.>,fc !-,:���.���*.>.-.  * ��*|*t*  ������_�����,    - M! ,,,��� I  BEDSPREADS |  MTM DRAPES ��� Measure your own I  windows & Install them yourself S  DROP IN TO OUR SHOWROOM AND  SEE OUR WATERBED DISPLAY  886-8023  SWIMMING POOLS  HOT TUBS-SAUNAS-JACUZZIS  -IN GROUND POOLS  -ABOVE GROUND POOLS  "CHEMICALS & SERVICE  Pk,  Sfmfl  FIREPLACES  -SHAW -SCHRAEDER  ALL TYPES  MM?  -���AWNINGS  -^3-FIBERGLASS  ^  SUNDECKS  Vi-INSULATION  SIDING  ALUMINUM & VINYL  SEAMLESS GUTTERS-TRAILER SKIRTING  ___i_#tv%      886-7411  No Obligation  We Install our products  Free Estimates V  Page 04  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, April 25,1979  Senior Citizens Br. 69 reports  By ROBERT FOXALL  Perhaps its because. Spring appears to  be here and they would rather dance  .among the daffodils and daisies but it  was announced at the regular monthly  meeting held April 19 that Wednesday  afternoon dancing would be cancelled for  the summer. Don't be downhearted,  however, the orchestra is not going to go  ; out of business ahd there will be evening  dances during the summer. Watch for  announcements in this column. Monday  afternoon bowling will continue for quite  some time yet.  The meeting opened with the singing of  "Oh Canada" after which Secretary Kay  , read the minutes of the previous meeting  and the Executive Meeting. Kay reported  that the paid-up membership stood at 294  and the newest member, Mrs. Netta  Haglund, was introduced to us.  Final preparations were made for the  Spring-Tea to-be held Saturday,' May 5.-  Other events coming up are, Fourth  Thursday on May 24, executive meeting  Tuesday May 1, the visit of the Burnaby  Rascals on Thursday, May 10.  We will be entertaining the Burnaby  Rascals to lunch and all members attending are asked to advise Kay so that the  social committee will know how much  catering will be necessary. The regular  monthly meeting date will be May 17 and  Fourth Thursday will be May 24.   There_was__a_report_ on the availability  of fund assistance to Seniors towards the  payment of, sewerage connection fees.  Saturday: The Hornby Collection 11:05   religious traditions. This information  is  available  at  the  p.m. Part I Emily Carr���a portrait by her       Monday: Mostly Music 10:35 p.m. the    Department of Human Resources.  friends. Part II Skyros Bruce reads from   first of a 13-part series to be heard Mon-        Dave Hayward announced that there  her Kalalla poems. days, commemorating the centennial of    were 31 members booked lor the trip to  ���^u_idayrT_re_E-rtertainers 4:35-p3n.-a���me-4M_4-Uo_-��il^T4lomas-^  special on the Bee Gees. Andre Previn. ever popular Garden Tours with the May  _-,_.__    r.'n_        -m. ~    *  _ ��. Tuesday: Playhouse 8:04 p.m. You    24 meeting. Elizabeth Derby volunteered  Celebration 9:05 p.m. The Feast of the   Know What Thought Did, by Robert Gibbs,    to  attend   to  report   to  the   "Elder  Dead, a moving drama about the Jesuit   m adventure about two small town New   Statesman".  winners of vouchers. Present: E. Booth,  Vera Head and Marguerite Foxall. Absentees: Min Osborne, Mamie Shaw and  Jean Hunter. ~  VOLKER KAEMUNG  GOVERNMENT LICENSED  SUNSHINE COAST PEST CONTROL LTD.  *Pre-Treatment of Buildings Under Construction  * For guaranteed control of Carpenter Ants, Rodents, Skunks and  other Pests.  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  883-2531  PEOPLE WHO LIKE people Those  who feel comfortable with the handicapped, who are willing to play  crib, cards or bingo, go for walks or  just sit and talk are needed as  CBC Highlights  . ^ _; a*  volunteers at the Adult Daycare at  Gibsons Kin Hut Tuesdays and  Thursdays from about 10:30 ajn. to 3  p.m.  Portrait of Emily  mission to the Hurons 300 years ago, exploring the clash between two ancient  introduces Hhloft  Hi lott is the new construction of trie popular Daniadown quilt  Hi-loft lets the down filling expand to its fullest extent and  maintains the high quality thai Daniadown is noted lor Hi-lolt  ensures that the Daniadown Is Ihe softest most comfortable,  quilt you can buy and teamed with our wide range of accessories. Ihe decorating possibilities are endless  Read our free colour brochure or come and see us One ot our  trained staff will be happy to help you seleci the right quilt for you  from our wide range  *dk_r->'-    \iw  daniadown quilts ltd.  Vancouver, B C  Over 10 years of Quality & Service"  SUNSHINE INTERIORS  886-8023: 7    886.7411  >    OLENDA SASARATT _  d  Brunswick orphan boys.  FM RADIO  Saturday: Signature 7:05 p.m. Part I -  Remembering Nathan Cohen - His  Younger Years. Part II - Nam June Paik,  New York-based Korean artist who  amazes, delights, shocks and even  terrorizes with his sounds, visuals and  combinations of the two.  Sunday: Celebration 10:05 p.m. Four  Serious Songs by Johannes Brahms and  the Holy Sonnets of John Donne by Benjamin Brittain.  TELEVISION _  "Wednesday: T<Tffie Wild Country -  Exploring Ontario with John and Janet  Foster. Combines nature-study-  birdwatchers at Point Pelee with archaeology, forest fires, white water  canoeing and the history of Fort William.  Sunday:,Teau>caming Quebec -a one  company town which refused to be closed  down.  Monday: Freetime Political Telecast -  10:30 p.m.i^7_^ ____._-__  Tuesday: Stanley Cup Hockey, 5p.m.  For your sake  GERRY GRAY  for  SOCIAL CREDIT  a concerned citizen  The meeting voted to make a grant of  $100 to help defray the expenses of the  Provincial Convention for which we were  heartily thanked by provincial treasurer  Adele DeLange. Also in the future is a visit  from Delta Seniors on June 13.  Madge Bell is still appealing . for  summer-type jewelry for the Spring Tea  and Sale.  Before the meeting adjourned the Shop-  Easy Draw was held with the following  MimeonTuesdays  The interest is high, Hie people are  enthusiastic, and the time and place are  Tuesday evenings from 7:30until9:30 p.m.  in Room 114 at Chatelech School.  That's when Gerardo Avila, Master  Clown and Mexican Mime Artist, will be  offering Mime Classes for anyone, any  age, who would like to experience from the  inside the marvellous delights of the sUent  antics"of Mime. '  Beginning Tuesday, April 24 and  continuing for 8'weeks, the class fee is $20  for adults, and $15 for children and  students.  Anyone who would like more information about this intriguing form of  expression and exercise can call the  Fitness and Recreation Service at 885-  5440.  To Property Owners on  New Sewage Lines  NOW IN STOCK  Approved Sewer Pipe for  Sewage Connections  4" SOLID PIPE Regular 89��  rarwtrsPEcraL  Buy Now and Save  only / *# lin. ft.  Further Reductions on Skip Quantities (450 lin. ft.)  Fittings and Special Sewer Adaptors  also in stock  Available at  See the large size "Swinger"  Backgammon with wrist strap for easier  handling. Ideal for holidays or summer  camp. 20 per cent OFF for limited time  only! ��� Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  Sechelt Building  " s Ltd.  885-2283 or     682-0213  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts * Salo* * Service  Rotor Lather Sorvice lor Disc Brakes  ' and Drum Brakes  Valve and Seat Grinding  All Makes Sorvicod       Datsun Specialists  Gibsons  Phone 886-7919  ECONOMY AUTO PARTS LTD.  Automobile, Industrial  and Body Shop Supplies  Sechelt  885-5181  BLASTING  1 Ted's Blasting & Contracting Ltd.  ':,:��� ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  * Basements * Driveways * Septic Tanks  Stump* * Ditch Lines  ,      Call tor a froo estimate anytime  8e|r2734      "Air Track Available"      003-3305  TE&DONLEY PENDER HARBOUR  �������  BUILDING SUPPLIES  ���r ��   %    A.C. RENTALS ft BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  i       All Your Building Noods  Madeira Park   ^  Phone 863-2505  ���H  CHIMNEY SWEEPS  HANDYMAN, FINISHED CARPENTER,  CABINET MAKER, ROUGHING  WILL DO ANYTHING,  CONSCIENTIOUSLY DONE  Newcomer, References  JOB WELL DONE  Albort ��� 885-3386  HAROLD PEARSON LANDCLEARING  * Roads  * BASEMENTS  * Landscaping  885-9850    ���  RAY'S TRUCKING  Gravel * Fill * Dralnrock  SERVINO PENDER HARBOUR  885-5260  ..-.*f||$i#-)W-.-.V.~ -..^.r.|.1.'S..^...-...*mlt~|i!ir-.l..Wl1�����iAi^J��it,.,,.N,J,  ���_...,.,;.,<,   -.  Have Your Chimney Cleaned Now  FOR ALL CHIMNEYS & OIL STOVES  Call Leo Christian  8839171  M.W. TRANSPORT  ft BULLDOZING SERVICES  CLEARING ��� EXCAVATION-TRUCKING  Complete Site Preparation  Murray Warman i Halfmoon Bay  885-5648  J.B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  i      Dump Truck ��� Backhoe ��� Cat  Water, Sewor, Drainage Installation  land Clearing  FREE ESTIMATE^  Phone 8*5.5392  JOHN DENHAM  Building ft Remodelling  Box 1404, Sechelt, B.C,  s     SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  Port Mellon to Ole'i Cove  Tel: 886-2938 or 885-9973  * Commercial Containers Available  ELECTRICIANS  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  Residential A, Commercial Wiring  Polo Lino Installations  Electric Heating  Ron Sim    , 885-2062 Rick Sim  ROB HAGAR  Electrical Contracting  Eves: 886-9261  Day>:886-2756  CB. CONTRACTORS  Completo Building Insulating  Interior* Exterior Painting  Roofing, Shakes  ft Apohalt Shingles  FREE ESTIMATES  885-9272  Specialists In Remodelling  886-9411  Showroom In Twilight Theatre, Gibsons  KENDeVRIES&SONLTD.  FLOORCOVERINOS  CARPETS ��� TILES ��� LINOLEUMS ��� DRAPES  OIBSONS t SECHELT  885-3424  HEATING  I      SECHELT METAL PRODUCTS  LTD.  GENERAL SHEET METAL  j   Domestic, Commercial, Industrial heating  and Air conditioning,  885-2466.  LANDSCAPING  EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING  and  GARDEN MAINTENANCE  For an ever-blooming garden  fruit tree pruning  WILLIAM BORAGNO     Free Estimates  (Bqngo) 885-5033  SPRING SPECIAL  ROTTED MANURE from EAST DELTA  ALSO FINE BLACK TOPSOIL  PHONE 576-1870  SECHELT ORIENTAL LANDSCAPING  Landscaping * Pruning * Shaping  Willie Takahat.il  Call olt.r six 885-9890  PRINTING SERVICE      Business Cards, Wedding Invitations,  Letterheads, Envelopes,  Raffle Tickets.  PENINSULA TIMES  Phono 885-3231  PEST CONTROL  PIED PIPER COMPANY LTD.  BONDED PEST CONTROL SERVICES  call Paul M. Bui man at 434-6641  706tOllieyAv��.  Burnaby  REFRIGERATION  BILL ROBERTS  REFRIGERATION AND  AIR CONDITIONING  BALIS ��� SERVICE  To stores, offices, restaurants, A marine  GOVT CERTIFIED TECHNICIAN  ���M-��461 003-640  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS ft EQUIPMENT RENTALS  Scaffolding, Rock Drills, Power Tools,  Automotive Tools, Pumps, Generators,  and Compressors  Highway 101 883-2585  at Francis Peninsula Road  ROOFING  ROOFLAND ROOFING PRODUCTS  Your Ono-Stop  Roofing Supply Centre  886-2489  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Boh 13, Gibsons, B.C.  886-2700  SALES �� SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday, 8'30 am to 3:30 pm  Friday evening by appointment only  WELL DRILLING  WELL DRILLING  Pumps & Equipment  883-9072  9 p.m, to 10 p.m, Wednesday, April 25,1979  Tlie Peninsula Times  Page05  y  VOLUNTEER BUREAU director   handiwork of project at Elphie Forum  Joanne Bushnell displays some of the   on Community TV last weekend.  National Volunteer Week  Saying thanks to  those who help us  ^_L_s _.- a  TWTI0N5I7V0LUNTEER WEEK  April 22 - 28, 1979 has been declared  Volunteer Recognition Week throughout  Canada and the U.S.A. This is the week in  which all organizations using volunteers  can say a special "Tharik-You" to those  who give their time, energy and enthusiasm to serve the community..Look  around you and personally say--thank���  you" to those who'are helping you.  Have you ever considered what would  happen if suddenly the volunteer disappeared from the scene? every community  would be in g_ eat trouble. Volunteerism is  a large part of our heritage ��� Canadians  seem to thrive being actively involved in  shaping their community.. Volunteers  come from all walks of life. Today's trends  find more-men,���students-and"retired"  persons giving their free time in such  areas as corrections, tutoring, recreation  and mental health, In return for their  efforts, they receive training, experience  and a sense of personal growth.  Margaret Mead has provided us with  an excellent description of volunteerism:  "If you look closely, you will see thaT.  almost anything that really matters to us,  anything that embodies our deepest  commitment to the way human life should  be lived and cared for depends on some  form more often, many forms of volunteerism." ,  MURRAY  NURSERIES LTD.  Largest selection of . Nursery  Stock on the Sunshine Coastl  Specializing In:  ���EVERGREENS  ���ROSES  ���FRUIT TREES  ���RHODODENDRONS  We also offer a complete landscape design ft contracting  service.  Open for your Inspection: 12-  6:30 pm THURSDAYS. ONLY.  I or   for   Information   Wrltet   Box  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  ;  310,  Located 1 mile north of Hwy 101  on Ma��on Road.  J  In a recent talk to the National  Voluntary Organizations in Ottawa,  secretary of state John Robarts said he  shared the objectives of volunteerism.  "It may seem almost trite to praise the  work of volunteers. One could easily speak  with enthusiasm and conviction about the  place of volunteers from bam raising in  the dawn of the frontier to the high noon,  of the computer. The history would conclude that voluntary action is today more  important than ever, by whatever  quantitative or qualitative measurement  we used.   ,.  "In our early days, people came  together to do those things for which  society was not yet otherwise equipped.  People volunteered to help raise barns  because"ffiere~was~ffien little service lx_-  dustry to do it. People volunteered to help  the sick or even to teach the young because  - medical or educational facilities were far  from universal. People volunteered social  and community services because no  government did it for them.  "Today it might seem that all that has  changed, that there is a structure, public  or private, to meet all of society's needs.  We can buy services or we can get them  from one of our many governments.  "Yet the voluntary sector provides  millions of man-days of labour every year,  and services worth billions of dollars.  "Some of the reasons for the dynamism  of the voluntary movement sire clear.  Many services are performed better by  volunteers than by government or by  commerce. Volunteers are quick to find  gaps left by others. Volunteers find a sense  . of personal fulfilment in doing things  which they know will benefit others. Some  volunteers act in collective self-protection.  "Most important of all, I believe, is the  desire of people to serve, to give of  themselves to their community.  "Voluntary action is 'active' citizenship. It is people accepting a real  responsibility for shaping their communities and their country, and acting in  some way on that responsibility. It is all  that people do when they act of their own  free will; in other words, it is people  participating."  If you are now a volunteer, thank you  for your commitment to help someone else  and to improve the life style here on the  Coast. For any further information about  volunteerism pleasei call the Community  Service Volunteer Bureau at 885-3821.  WASTE-WATCHER HINT: Clean lint  screen after each load in your laundry  dryer. Even a small amount of blockage  restricts the hot air flow.  mt  HOME BUILDING  &  IMPORVEMENT CENTRE  M*  "*...���.�����>'  �����r�� ��,���������-j*3$  '.x-'i  ''.i-Wy-.t*-:--'. v_>  (S*c  %     ^  FEATURES:  ���catalogue centre  ���kitchen and bathroom displays  ���Colour Your World paint & decorating centre  ���plumbing and electrical supplies  ���free plan room  ���home design and plan service   ���hardware supplies    ���marine supplies  ���tools  ���appliances ��� Jenn-air, Caloric, Moffat, Frigidaire,  Chambers, I, Thermador  ���Crestwood cabinets  ���complete line of building materials & supplies-  just to name a few  BENEFITS:  ���volume discounts as a result of bulk (combined) buying  ���centralized one-stop exhibit centre  ���increased awareness of alternate sub-trades and suppliers  ���design and color planning for increased home buyer/market appeal  ���convenient jobsite servicing  ���improved costing and project planning  Watch This Paper For More Details.  Ocean Wholesale Ltd.  in the Sun Rise Ridge Industrial Park, at the top of Field Road.  For more Information call  PAUL FLETT���Gene General Manager, 885-2244  or from Vancouver 688-3314 (Toll Free)  AI  I A 7 F RTF  JoLBm  -k-i-^s. Jh.BblIm I ____���  Federal Progressive Conservative Candidate in Comox-Powell River  Invites YOU to help *Keep Democratic Government  ��� Vote for the ONLY party capable of replacing the present bureaucracy.  WRITE TO AL LAZERTE, P.O. BOX 68, CAMPBELL RIVER, or complete the following coupon.  1  1    1  ,mm  _yF'  ___��  fery  H1 fl  Name  I Address  j  Phone No   Your Comments:  I volunteer to: (tick 2 or 3)  ���Distribute Literature j   ftHelp oh Election Day   ���Make a Financial Contribution  ���Phoning   ���Driving    ���Want a lawn sign   ���Want a window poster  ���Join the party  ���Canvass   ���Office work  ���Other   (75%  tax deductible).  Please make cheque,  payable  to  P.C.   CANADA FUND  PHONES: 286-6262 (CAMPBELL flIVER), 338-7418 (COURTENAY)  Published by Comox-Powell River P.C. Association  ��� ��� "iff* *��� * ''*!��� .'.  Page06 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, April 25,1979  flsrof^ppwer  A workshop, The Use Tand Abuse of  Power and Conflict, will be held April 2$,  from 7:30���9:30 p.m. in Elphinstone High  School, room 107.  Power, is an everyday part of our lives.  We learn to use it effectively or abusively..  over others and are similarly influenced  brother people.  ; This workshop on Wednesday, April 25,  1979 will try to focus on the positive  aspects of power to increase the participants' awareness of themselves In  . these power situations.  A problem-solving approach to conflict  will involve the participants in some  practical exercises.  Harriot Dennison and Jo-Anne Bushnell  will present this topic in tandem. Dennison  ~ hasbeenwelLrreceivedbjTthose involved ifr_  the past two workshops sponsored jointly  by the Vancouver Centre and the Community Services Volunteer Bureau. She  has an easy sense of humour and responds  well to the group needs. Find out more  about yourself and how you can more  effectively deal with power and conflict.  . If you are currently volunteering in the .  community ��� thank you for helping to.'  improve the quality of life for someone  else. ���   Thisis National Volunteer-Week!   Book Look  By MURINE REDMAN  PALM   SPRINGS   by   Tom   Ardies,  Doubleday 1978, 400 pages.  Greed. Sex. Violence. Pathos. Mdney.  All are elements of PALM SPRINGS, a  novel by. Tom Ardies, himself a  Springsonian.-The plot intertwines the.  lives of a limousine load of folk bound for  Palm Springs, Their quest is riches dr  peace or revival, perhaps all three. How  they attain their goals is not as they had  planned or hoped.  The book is as enduring as any typical  American Novel. It is biting, tough and  cynical. It underlines the search of its  characters on the pathway straight to the  greatest-modern god, Moneyr-Mallory -  hopes to cleanse his slandered name as  once great mayor of the city by returning  and completing a high class real estate  deal. Mary Alice, elderly millionairess  brings her newly-purchased husband  home only to find that his desire is to be a  restauranteur and not a house pet. Sargent  returns to lave his wounds after failing as  a columnist in a New York daily. Jody  seeks her ideal man, inexhaustible both "  physically and monetarily. St. Pierre,  once famous architect, returns to be  plagued by his alimony seeking former  wife." '  .As all members of the American  dream, they are rich enough or famous  eripugh to be invited to join "the circle" of  ih-people at the Springs. The money-  grasping, bed-hopping antics are familiar  to movie goers who frequent jet-set films.  It is quite easy to envision the beautiful  Jody as Farrah, for example, or Peter  Lawford as the swank grey-temnled  Mallory.  The better part of the novel is the  background which tells readers about the  origin of the true Springs. They were said  to have come from the spot where the head  man of the Cahuilla Indian Band struck his  staff in the ground proclaiming the whole  area as theirs. Because the land is desert,  the Cahuilla were not challenged by other  : tribes and so remained until the day that  ' they were bought out by those with dollar  1 signs in their eyes and malice in their  hearts.  Mallory's step son was a descendant of  one,of these people. By acting as guardian  when Bluestone, the Cahuilla, needed  someone of age to co-sign for his land  allotment, Mallory and the boy became  fast friends. The land was a worthless but  beautiful piece of desert canyon that now  ) appeared to be the ideal spot for ah exclusive real estate development. Tho two  make plana to gain financial support  needed to make the development go.  Shady deals, dirty tricks and generally  slick methods are revealed as the group of  backers vie for best position to como out  with the largest amount of money with tho  least amount of effort.  A familiar plot line, fast-moving story  and Insight Into the shabbier side of  develope^m^  Interest to those who can tolerate naughty  scenes and racy language.  Much has been done In cancer control  through education, early diagnosis and'  bettor treatment methods to reduce suffering, but the battle will hot bo won until  research has identified the causes of  cancer. This takes time nnd money.  Support the annual fund-raising campaign  of the Canadian Cancer Society.        7  ALLAN CRANE &  DRAGLINE  SERVICES  DRAGLINE OR  ,CLAfA BUCKET WORK  .   * PILEDRIVING  * WHARF CONSTRUCTION  ANY BEACH OR BREAKWATER  JOB QUOTED ON ��� FREE OP CHAWH  Lorn* Allan 936-9082  anytlmt.  m  fe  _�����'  t&  m  -\\}  \ !>  58.  /  mm  S'N)  SHAKESPEARE  ROD & REEL  SET  Reg. $32.95  Sale  LIDO  OSCILLATING  SPRINKLER  Reg. $7.95 $C49  Sale    W  REINFORCED NYLON  .N��X7  iARPENHOSE���r  SOW' Reg. $8.95 ..;...... Sale    ��/  $C49  THERMOS  PICNIC JUG  128 oz.  Reg. $5.97.  Sale  THERMOS  COOLER M -Mtk  29 Quart Size      $ 1 849  Reg. $23.97    Sale JLO  HEAVY DUTY  GARBAGE BAGS A_  1.5 ml, 10 per pkg. VQv  Reg. $1.37 Sale  CHL0RTRIP0L0N  8 mg, Box of 36, Reg. $3.38....  $049    PLAYTEX LIVING GLOVES $159  Sale   ��_- 2 Pairs, Reg. $2.35..  ...:..7.......Sale���JL   ORNADE SPANSULE  12s, Reg. $2.26 Sale  RUBA535  4.5 oz. Reg. $3.64  Sale  TAMPAX SUPER PLUS     $039  40s, Reg. $2.77.          Sale  HEAD & SHOULDERS       $197  Lotion, 250 ml & 59 ml FREE, Reg. $2.87    Sale  CREST TOOTHPASTE  150 ml, Reg. $1.97    Sa,��  ROLL-ON DEODORANT  Secret 43 ml, Reg. $1.79  Sale  L'OREAL SHAMPOO  200 ml, Reg. $3.25        $019  Sale   ��m  HAIR SPRAY $149  Sudden Beauty 454g, Reg. $2.07 Sale   JL  DRY IDEA DEODORANT     $169    HAIR SPRAY $019  Reg. $2.77...  Sale   Jk Final Net, 8 oz., Reg. $3.20...       Sale   Mr  J&J SOFF-PUFFS  250s, Reg. $2.27. .....Sale  $199    HAIR COLOUR $097  a   JL Clairesse Reg. $3.97 Sale   mm  DIAPARENE WASHCLOTHS $159  70s, Reg. $2.03  Sale   JL  HAND & BODY LOTION     $025  vnsiiiiiiy nrf 3 mi.<,....... .... special    ^Bf ������  J&J BABY POWDER $089  397g, Reg. ������$8JS;.;::.:.;;;::;;.v;;;v.:;.;..\:.:.:.::.::.........\;.-Sale^'��  DRUG MART  Gibsons Western Drug Mart,  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre, Gibsons  ��� ���-  886-7213  Sechelt Western Drug Mart,  Trail Bay Shopping Centre. Sechelt,  885-9833  A rr.:\':,:'r-r,:/h.          ������������   '. ,;>;/;��� ;���-, ��� ���   X:vC  ���"������'���.                                         '                                                     /  ������';.������!                                             .   t   ���      ,                              '   s              ���             ���.  ���  The Peninsula^imek  L Section D ���               Wednesday, April 25,1979     * ���.       Pages 1-4 J  Board will be advised  to close three dumps  It was'garbage dump roulette again at  the SCRD public utilities committee  meeting last week until finally recommendations were passed that could, if  approved by the regular board, see Pender  Harbour, Halfmoon Bay, and Gibsons  dumps closed down and garbage trucked  instead to a new and larger Sechelt garbage dump.  The* recommendations had been tabled  at an earlier meeting because of prolonged  debate and the debate continued again last  week until finally resolved by motions on  three recommendations with Area A dir.  Joe Harrison vocally against all of them.  Then, as if to spin the loaded chamber  once more, Harrison brought up a request  . by Egmont .residents Jor-a-small garbage  dump there. -              ���  ,, > It got a laugh but he was serious. It was  the tuning that was humorous ��� to add  one more garbage dump after protracted  debate to remove three of them. Harrison  . didn't see it as a joke.  "Gentlemen, you may laugh but they  are the people who pay for it... We can't  afford the extravagance of laughing at the  people who put us in office," said  Harrison.  He said the perception of the people of  _Egmont_wa_s_ that they_had_onlyeyerasked_  for two things "and they-never got either  one".  '"   and voted against the motions to close the  three other dumps down.  The site recommended for the. new  centralized Sechelt dump is DL 2465 which  is Crown land two miles in length according to works superintendent Gordon  Dixon. It is situated south of the present  dump which is east of Indian Reserve No. 2  toward Chapman Creek.  *\  offers you the  finest cuisine  with a  spectacular setting.  "fiacin day ouft Cdej p/tepaftes a ckutgtog  oMenu $tem to p/to-icfe ito/tfety jph. ouft Customcfts'  885-2222  Reservations requested  Hours: 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.  Use 'Times' Adbriefs to Sell, Rent, Buy, Swap etc.  They asked for exclusion from the gun  control bylaw, Harrison said, and were  forgotten.  He indicated this was the second thing  -they hadwer^asked of4he regional4)oard^  LAST WEEK'S winner ���  Tom Rothney, Novan Rd., Sechelt.  onrrr  Like hockey the finals of Canada's  political game are at hand where some  hard checking in the political arena will  take place before the May 22 election.  The Times will publish candid pictures  of well-known political personalities each  week, like this of Levesque, 'during the  campaign.  Each will have a blank balloon in which  you write what you think is an appropriately funny expression, thought or  quip.  We have chosen such provocative  portrayals to tickle your sense of humour  and to inspire you to think up suitable  captions to broaden everyone's smiles or  to downright break us up with laughter!-  The winner each week will get two  tickets  to  Dick  Boothroyd's  Twilight  Theatre and the prize entry published in  next week's ussue.  Print your quip in the blank balloon,  clip the entire picture, attach your name,  address and telephone number and send to  _Parliamentary_JPlayofifs, oo Peninsula  Times, Box 310, Sechelt, or drop it into the  office on the Sunshine Coast Highway.  All entries to qualify must be in our  office for judging no later than 5 p.m.  Saturday.  In the event of identical entries, the  winner will be the one opened first by our  judges.  Sharpen your pencil and your wits .. .  get in on the fun... join the election antics  .. . and win!  Okay! Here's Rene.  except for a light at the corner of Egmont  Road and High'ray 101.  "We'll tat e this discussion on  Egmont," said the director.  In voting against the, PUC recommendations, Harrison said he was  adamantly opposed to "the whole concept".  Of the three recommendations passed,  the one closing the dumps also asked that  containers be placed "at strategic places  in each communiQr"7to assess their use.  Another proposed the cer.v al sanitary  landfill site at Sechelt to be operated seven  days a week with two full time contractors  to collect dumping fees, two free dumping  days a year, to have collector stations in  both Pender Harbour and Gibsons, and to  charge for excess garbaee^over a set  amount dumped. /lAy  , The third recomnwndation passed is  that 'the board adopt as policy the  establishment of a sanitary landfill site in  Area C.  Jack Marshall, dir. for Gibsons, also  strongly objected to the central dump idea  \i  Weather  Lo    Hi Prec.  rte-hUJl-  cm  -0r3_r  AprilH   Aprill5.......;   ........ 3.5    10.0    0.45  Aprill6....   2.5    10.5    0.63  Aprill7.. ....���..' ....4.5    11.5    0.28  Aprill8 5.0     9.0    0.28  Aprill9   3.5    12.5     nil  April20 ��� 3.0    12.5     nil  Week's rainfall���1.95 cm. April to date  - 6.61. 1979 to date - 39.83.  April 14-20,1978 - 5.08 cm. April 1-20,  1978-9.68 cm. Jan.-April 20,1978 ~ 47.75  cm.  NOTICE  TO OUR CUSTOMERS  As of MAY 1, 1979rtiT^Hardwafe operated by~  Gibsons Hardware Ltd. in the Sunnycrest Mall,  Gibsons, will be under new management.  We wish"16thank; our^ many friends and customers    * i  for your patronage over the past 14 years and  sincerely hope you will continue to give your  support to the new owners.  r  Doris & Mic Parsey  mt  J  BARGAINS EVERYWHERE YOU LOOK  "4 DAYS  ONLY"  20% OFF  All sales in  excess of $10  (except sale items)  -���NO REFUNDS  We will be closed  rSati^Apri|^8  for Stock Taking.  m;iMi>r (:h.iri|e  LINK HARDWARE  Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons, 886-2442  Blazing  TR/tILS.  Making  WlVES.  Generating  MEREST.  RENE LEVESQUE  Talllon, Quebec  SOCIAL CREDIT  For Effective, Responsible  Representation for Mackenzie.  VOTE FOR GERRY GRAY   X  ���ss-MsBsasm  SOCIAL CREDIT-the Party that Works for You.  All paths load  lo your Honda  dnalor. 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But unfortunately, she has been  spirited off to.the South for a three month  stint and will be busy tripping between  Paul Bunyan fair grounds and the bank.  -   At" least, that is what weJ are -told!  However, the story we are hearing from  the.Bullbucker? Association is that she is  taking a much needed 'drying out' session  of therapy down on the Old Ohio River!  You remember how worried we were  last year when she disappeared after  being heaved out of Wakefield Inn? We  heard she was on her way to the Sechelt  Legion to slake an over-powering and  consuming thirst and we had to call out our  f le_4 troops to head her off. Some of you old  timers may remember the Pacific Coast  -Militia-Rangers, a guerrilla group made  up qf loggers and outdoorsmen who were  being trained in the fine art of bush  warfare to protect our coastline from  hostile attack. This was back in the early  got his old woods cunning working just like _  in the old days.  First he threw a cordon around the  perimeter of the core area; then he '"  erecteda barricade, on Cowrie at. Trail; _  then he had his trusty group string a line- -  of dusky brown bottles filled with high-  octane  hop-squeezin's  from  the local  government drug store along Trail Avenue  to Hackett Park.  ' .  When 'Sal' spotted that first brown jug  and the string ahead of her she began -  popping tops and inhaling suds, like  Jonah's whale when he swallowed the  boat, crew and all. By the time she got to  the end of the trail she was. in the Park.  Ted's strategy had worked.  Well the rest is history. She walked up  -our spar-tree with a pint of climbing oil _____  her belt, shedding most of Jier unmentionables on the way up. At the top she  dropped her climbing rigging, did a jig and  a handstand, then plummeted to earth  44Vs after we had actually had_��ireb.ombs___down a spindly wire with a scream like a  and,other projectiles heaved at us from  submarines and balloons, so it was serious  business. There are a few of us left around  the Peninsula who had been under the  Command of Captain Ted Osborne Sr., and  I was one of them. Lieutenant Chrismas;  Roberts Creek Detachment; at your  service, Sir! And this was the group who  made up our field troops assigned to track  down our, errant 'Sal'.  When word went out to ol' Ted he got so  , excited he grabbed the first phone he could  get hold of and began calling his old Aircraft Detection Corps buddies- (ADC for  short). This ,was a group set up to report  banshee out of.the hot place! When asked  why she.came down in such a hurry, she  replied, "I shore was pow'fuily parched!"  . Well, Sal, wherever you are, the best of  luck. And if you get dry down there, don't  try to inhale that Ohio River. It may  " contain cooling water from some nuclear,  plant and cause a melt down of your  "reactor! " ~  Now for the real reason for spinning  this yarn!  We had to find a replacement for Sal  and we think we have hit the nail on the  head. This beingthe__^t__)__l__e_Child^and,  Next will be a chokerman's race where  you will pick up a light choker at the  starting line, race to a log, wrap your  choker around it and set the knob in the  bell, then race back to the finish line. If  Dad haS;(_ friend with a skidder, borrow a  choker $nd get practicing!  I',. TWr^7the:nail driving contest. Three ~  spikes each, three inches long, "will be  started in a plank or log.. Then you will  grab your hammer with both hands, and  pound away. First to get all three spikes  driven in to the head is the winner. Don't  bend them as you wiil lose time tryjng to  straighten them.  There will be nice trophies, ribbons and  cash prizes'for the winners and all other  entries will win a prize of some kind.  So come on, Kids! this will be YOUR  day at the Loggers Sports!  For the main eventers, entry forms wjU7_  be going out in the next week or so. Get  them back to us early so we will know it  elimination heats need be run off in the  morning. We hope to speed things up for  the afternoon show. ,  Prize presentations will be made  between events so we will have only three  to present at the, end. Those will be Lady  Logger of the Day; Weldwoods Logger of  the Day and Art William-, new trophy,  Sportsman of the Day.  Avoid ferry lineups this year by supporting your Timber Days Celebrations^   "Timber'r'r ��� Down the Hill!"   _���*-_>���_  r'_      V'}r__  7^e ^audkcv't Sad Studique,  all aircraft movements up and down the  Sunshine Coast and Harry Winn at Gibsons  Landing was the first try. A'strange voice  answered but it wasn't Harry. Next was ol'  Chrismas at Peter Roger 97, the Roberts  Creek detachment. That strange voice  again. It,wasn't until he had called his old  number at Halfmoon Bay and for the third  time heard that strange voice say, "Wot  -numbah did you call,.pulease?", did he-  realize that he wasn't cranking the old  John Hindsons feeling ttyat we should try  ____       __.__.1_     _-.__.-v__*.     1..Jm     _���_ _-_4-��***<_-i_-_ci     in.7.      /till-  to work some kids activities into our"  loggers sports, we have decided to do it.  this year. So all you junior loggers from'  seven to ten years of age, pick up your  entry forms in thfe next week or so and  enter the three events which will be open  to you.  First there will be Swede Saw bucking  and you will be required to saw your way  . through an eight-inch alderlog. Get Dad to.  set up a sawhorse and get practicing!  Squaringly yours  By Maurice Hemstreet  Hello there fellow square dancers.  Yup! Once again I got behind but it wasn't  my fault egxinaacktly. It twas the Easter  bunny that got me all mixed up. Anyway,  let's .get caught up.  April 13���With caller Harry Robertson  on stage and over three sets on the floor we  had ourselves a great time and what made  the evening more special was that we had  a whole set of square dancers from Al and  Joy Berry's Surrey Square Wheeler's  square dance club and they just made a  perfect evening. They were Betty and  Jack Wilkinsdn, Mary and Mel Van  Alstine, Bill and Gaye Newell, Fred and  Mary MacDonald and on behalf of The  Country Stars we thank you for making  this particular evening a great success.  It's just too bad that Al Berry and his taw  Joy were unable to come too. However,  one of the ladies told me that he had gotten  unruly and had to be put back in his cage.  Well, that's life.  The square dance on April 27 has been  cancelled so the next square dance with  The Country Stars will be on May 4, same  time, same place, same old callers. This  might be the last square dance of the  season, so try and be there. Your vote will  be needed.  President Merrill Bowes was pouting  because his name wasn't in the paper last  week, so smile, Merrill.  April 20 ��� With caller Harry Robertson  and myself going call for call and over five  sets on the floor it was really a gala  evening of square dancing at its best and  the evening of fun on the floor started with  a sltdown Chinese dinner at 6:30 p.m. and  once again The Sunshine Coast Country  Stars thank our square dance friend for a  wonderful meal. Now if Bill Wong could  only learn to do an allemande left with his  left hand instead of his right wouldn't that  be fantastic.  Twelve qf the now square dancers from  the 1076-70 square dance classes also  COME STAY WITH U8  at liNCUSH BA Y mar STANLB Y PARK  in beautiful downtown VANCOUUBR  .Slnalcu $23.00 Double 42600  ..Twin,, $29,00    .  SMlun.from $40,00  TOLLFREE   800-268-8903  1765   DAVIE STREET   VANCOUVER   B.C.  V0G 1WB  TE LEPHONE (604) 682*1831  T  joined us andlhave to admit thatl am just  as proud of them as their square dance  teachers Harry and Deanne Robertson  and already there, are quite a number of  people interested, in.learning the.art of  square dancing. But please, phone Harry  at 886-9540 or Squaringly Yours at 885-3359  and get your name and phone number on  the list for the next class. Thank you.  Well, the old slate of officlas got the old  heave ho but not before acting chairman  Lloyd Scrimshaw had thanked all of them  on behalf of the club and himself personally.  The new slate of officers to date are  president Lome Bowden with Edna on his  right side, yice-pres. Lloyd Scrimshaw  and Lady Ethel, convenor, Gladys Parish  (with Tom on hand to wash dishes?),  assistant convenor Bev Brandon and last  but not by anyway to be left out is our  brand new secretary-treasurer Louise  Mason and on behalf of all the square  dancers on The Sunshine Coast we thank  you all.  If we only held the elections a week  sooner we could have voted Al Berry's  Surrey Square Wheelers into office. Oh  well, maybe next time.  Plans are already under wey for a  square dance Sept. 22 to host a visiting  club, but I don't know who, they never tell  me anything. They even call me late for  coffee break. Anyway more, on this later.  As I said before the square dance of the  27th has been cancelled so the next square  ctynce with The Country Stars will be held  at The Roberts Creek School Gym on May  4. Hope to see you all there, and if there  are any visiting couples in the area, come  on down.  There, I knew I could catch up on all the  square dance news, so have n good day  and wo you next Friday, eight p.m. till  eleven p.m. This could be the last  scheduled squajre dance for this half of the  season. Thank you all and good evening.  The Only Choice   Vote LOCKSTEAD  -AutHo-i2ed_i_y_J__a_  Mackenzie NDP Association.  SECHELT  SHAKE  Mat���  Formerly Downtown Roberts-Creek  Now Relocated on Tyson Road (see map)  885-9357  D  TYSON RD.   X  OPEN: 11:30 A.M. UNTIL 5:30 P.AA.  .MAY 4TH, 5TH & 6TH ONLY  GIBSONS  Men & Women's Clothes fr Fashion Designs  -by Nancye Bradford, AAariko Kyooka, Jane May Allen, Sue Elliot  Batik ���by Corlynn German; Stain Glass ���by Dosie Bryant  FINE SELECTION ��� STILL ORIGINAL ��� STILL INDJvTdUAL  sSO"  "Have a Rainbow Spring & Summer"  _^^_2_^__^^��^(^-^tuttt^��e  K  RESOURCE  DENErlTS  FORYMJ.  Under the NDF$ there was a virtual halt in the growth pf revenues from our  resource industries. A major reason was the unfair "super royally" on mineral  production-a royalty which seriously,reduced mining exploration and  development. .,  Social Credit has changed all that, by removing the "super royalty" and adopting a positive approach to dealing with mining, forestry and other industries.  The result has been an increase in provincial government resource revenues  of 75% in only three years... with major benefits for all British Columbians.  ���Lower taxes for the individual.  With our resource industries expanding  and providing more of the revenues B.C.  needs, this government has been able to  reduce taxes in several areas. The provincial isales tax was permanently cut from  7%to 5%���rcccntly, reduced to.4% with a   commitment to keep it down to 4%. The  provincial share of personal income tax  will be reduced by 2%. Important tax  relief was provided for farmers and small  businessmen. '  More money for programs people n��ed.  Under Social Credit, spending has in- :  creased in all areas affecting the well-being  of our people: health and hospital care,  education, bousing, services for senior citizens and for the handicapped. To a large  extent, this increased government spending has been possible because of the  growth of revenues from our resource  industries.  More jobs for British Columbians.  _y  The upsurge of activity in forestry and  mining is creating new jobs throughout  thk'provinee, In fact, there are 75,000  more pbbple working in B.C.'tbday thai.  in 1975. With rencwed'ii.vcslor confidence  since Social Credit took office, prospects  are good for the months and years ahead.  I _.A_   L  IL UVUWl��Vft-VwV-,WV��*l.l"  Wednesday, Apri 125  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6 .  ",  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00  Swltzer -  All My ChUdren  HoUywood  Sqs.  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See  ck Cavett  Super SUnT  I.eive to Besver  I Love Luoy  Part, Family  3-  BODS  I Love Luoy  Orlfflth  Confdi  Cont'd,  Party aame  J_��_2S!!__l!SL  .. ���_;- ���-.    ~r .-  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  1st & 3rd  Tuesday  Each Month  Regular Council Mealing,  Municipal Hall, Gibsons,  ,7:00 p.m.  MtonSr���  "ConKT  Cont'd,  News  -_&��&_  awsmakers  15llf.hangeri Evening  Oi^iit^fli    "     '       wl' r���'  Country    Com  My 3 Sons  Hogan's Heroes  Bob Newhart  &,  g*  ���>�����i      f HI Mil gTsvamjr^    ^��Sia��l��lll          m**,   owltohed fcJewlywe-. Oame Carol Burnett  y 1 Sons Dating Qame       Bob Newhart  Hoaan'a Heroes Joker's 1 Vi  ��Smr"  Vancouver  Cont'd,  ssnPa:  Cont'd.  News  MinWim  C(  ulnoy  ont'd,  News  --____-_-_.  I  Ronnies  ovlei  I Know Where  -.'MsflalM...   T?ews  Datln  Odd cou  Cont'd.  -Ootrfdi*  Dating Oame  Odd Couple  TTiSTalrir  Downstairs  tiont'fr  ���t.wmwr'tmtmr'  Movie:  ���tnwBvrtr-'��--- "���-  ContU"  5ont'd,  On the Buses       Sports  :pwinfthyl.i'wffiil iW'ftti  Page  VILLAGE OF SECHELT  1st ft 3rd Wednesday  Each Month ���      Reg. Council Meeting.  *  Courtesy of  Cowrie St. 885-9330 Sechelt  ���MW-M  T PageD-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, April 25,1979  "4 DAYS  ONLY"  FAMILY AND-FRIENDS crowded,  the home of Mrs. Cecile August,  second from left, to celebrate her 85th  birthday Friday. Mrs. August holds  the honor of being the eldest person on  the Reserve. Celebrating with her,  from left, were childhood friend Mrs.  Ada Dawe, niece Mrs. Margaret Joe,  Sister Marie Rose Dion, Mrs. Mary  Jackson, Sister Lucien Trudeau and  Mrs. August's only daughter Mrs.  -Stella Jackson.  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Billy and Mike went farther in the cave,  they went for almost a half mile and then  they came to two different caves. Mike  said "We will go in this one, because it is  the scarriest."  In about a half hour they came to the  end and when they were going back they  heard a machinje noise: It was a machine  that the man made,' it is called "The scare  _n_acMne--_JtJ-M_k-----^^^  there are ghosts in the cave and makes the  mountain get rid of any visitors that come.  Billy sat down on a lever and it opened  a secret door. Mike went and got a rock  and knocked him out and Mike ran down  Panger Mountain and called the police at  the nearest house.  The police man said "You are brave  boys" and he took both boys and brought  them dinners.  - ���  DEATH BENEFITS  7* Many people are not  aware of the death  benefits payable by  various   Crown   agencies. ,  * The Canada Pension Plan  will pay up to $1,045.00 on  the death of a contributor.  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