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 2nd Class Moil  Registration No. 1142  ENINSULA  Serving Ihe Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon   Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons   Roberts Creek.  Wilson Creek, Selma Park-SechelJ. Halfmoon fay   S_ecret_Cove   Pender Hrb_\ Madeira Park   Garden Bay, Irvine s Landing, "Earls Cove, Egmont  Phone .  885-3231  Union ^Stf-S^V Label  28 Pages ��� 20c Copy  LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 17 ~ No, 22  5*e  t_c_  cna Wednesday, May 9,1979  -_-___-----_j!-___-ssa---s-��---sssssssisssssssssss_-----_-.  The Socred candidate from Powell  River whose slogan is "We want to carryj  Iiinch buckets not picket signs" got so mad  a few years back when the government  ~douD_ec- terry rates that he publicly ripped  "But some areas are out of control.  Their mill rate is increasing. Some of the  regional districts' halls are really expensive buildings and their staffs are  growing. They are like rabbits. You start  out with one or two and away you go," he  told the group.  He indicated his, ten years as Powell  River-alderman and 15 years in the  Canadian Paperworks Union, as well as  needs of the people who are represented in  the region."  Based on his five-year experience on  the Powell River Regional Board, one year  as cl--drn-anrfhray-^aid-^eoife--to    __  up his party membership card. areas wanfto preserve their way of-iving  But he says the Social Credit Party    and the regional function was originally  -holds-no-grudges-and-he's-not-out-cam-���intended-to-do-this,  paigning hard to win the Mackenzie riding  even though he calls the public response to  this election "apathetic."  - "It could be translated as people being  happy with the gover-fihent they've got,"  Gerry Gray told about 30 supporters at the  Gibsons Legion last week. *   ~"  "SocTarCfedit has-brought us back-  from chaos. In the recent budget, surplus  money���in  all���departments  is  being"  _retan_ed_to_the_ people. People say they .  taxed us hard to get the money. They  upped the ferry rates, ICBC rates, sales  tax. They had to do it to stabilize the  government," Gray said.  "Barrett says he is going to put a  railway through (to Alaska) up North. All  he is doing is spending money, the same as  -ivhen he wasinpower^WbChbas to pletup-  thei tab? The working man, just as he had  to pick up the tab for that NDP welfare  overrun. I don't disagree with welfare.  Some people need it. But I think Bill  Vander Zalm did a good job when he was  Minister of Human Resources," added  Gray to an applauding group.  He said he didn't agree with everything  Social Credit did and said he didn't want to  be an apologist.  "I'm an individual. I don't want to  rubber stamp," the candidate said.  He told supporters that tbe Sunshine  Coast is a rapidly growing area and that he  was in favor of a road connection to the  mainland by way of Squamish and Port  Mellon.  "I don't think it will surpass the ferry  system. But it's a necessary road and now  is the best time to strike for it because of  the expansion at Woodfibre (pulp mill).  Gray said if elected he will support the  . formatidjv of a. Ministry of Regional; Affairs which wQidd take regional goi��rn-  ^f&sa^-'oafr^^the -" __w3_t��0^^.*"Hi_te''  Municipal Act.  He said he was in favor!of the regional  concept of government ''but hot as they  are now." /  "I think the regional district concept,  needs ah overhaul. It was alright in 1965  when they were formed but times have  changed. They haven't enough terms of  reference. They need to represent the  NDP are closing  Napolean in exile���  in asking  m\\m\\\       lMti+m_Wm\\\~\\\\m\\ "PJ)  street name change  experience, in _ public healthy hospital���Lockstead at-debate-during recenfc  finance, transportation and newspapering  has served him in good stead during the  campaign throughout the riding.  "I'm surprised how much experience  can be called upon. I can understand the  problems ... and how people are having  trouble with regional boards," said Gray   Headvjx��ted-lia_��_ni--Lpe-ple-wJit-iLtl  government and better liason between  government and bureaucracy.  "My own experience in my own  municipality shows we are getting away  from liason with bureaucracy. We are  getting away from people to people and  just going by regulations," he added.  "I'm trying to encompass this riding in  my own mind to see how I can best serve  the people of Mackenzie. It's a tough job to  do. I sympathize with any MLA. who has to  cover this riding," Gray said indicating  there are people on some 400 miles of  coastline to keep in touch with, sometimes  only by boat or float plane.  But he said he thinks it's important to  have an MLA that is iri'the same party as  the government in power.  About the matter of Social Credit introducing "riglit-to-wprk" legislation,  Gray said "I am almost tired of explaining  it."  As an example of how interested the  working man is hi ^fc^right^pworlr"*  nis&ie, he said he dlsts-outed. l.ouO *hv.r  - phlets at seven a.m. at the Powell. River  mill gate when the shift was coming off,"  saying Socred Labor Minister Allan  Williams would be explaining the matter  at the Union hall at 8 p m.  "Only 27 workers came out to hear him.  And 25 o_ them 'yeje. Social Creiiit," the  candidate said.   "c  ���See Page A-3  Incumbent NDP-MLA for Mackenzie,  LONG   BEFORE   election ' day,   CtommunityTV Forum at Elphinstone , Don Lockstead, said late last week that  moderator Larry Labonte-got-bet4���Sebool���and-tomoFfOw���^41���teHr���wUkslx days to go his part;  ween Socred candidate Gerry Gray,   Mackenzie   riding   winner   with   closing the gap toward becoming the next $. his campaign  left7 and incumbent^m)P-MtA-Donrprovinrial-ele(rtion-results at^oU- 8��ve,^ert to B-c-    closing-time^   sals in the legislature to improve on  spect of life on the Sunshine Coast.  again the oft-repeated phrase  "I'm going out again right now to Knock  on some doors and close it a little further,"  Lockstead said Friday as he left the Times  office.    But before leaving he had outlined what  his policies would be locally if he is reelected and had a few words about campaign in general.  "Bennett is attacking the NDP now,  The���key���4o -national���economic  development is coastal transportation. We_  could improve that situation.  Proper  A little sentiment, precedent and logic,  presented to Sechelt village council last  Wednesday succeeded in a favorable  motion to change the name of Barnacle  Street back to Camden Road or Place.  At the same time, Miss Helen Dawe,  the instigator of the change, (,ave council a  short lesson in Sechell; history.  Camden Place was named by Miss  Dawe's grandfather Thomas John Cook  who was the first white man to settle his  family in Sechelt in 189fc  .^ -  Before Cook came to Canada, he  worked for the Emperor Napoleon and  Empress Eugenie when they lived in exile  at Camden Place in England.   7,  Miss Dawe said her grandfather named  the street out of respect for thepi in 19Q9  when District Lot 1331  divided.  The name was changed to Barnacle  Street by an "elderly citizen" in charge of  roads on a previous council, she said. -  Cook's contributions to the community  were many; "he served this community  faithfully and almost without  remuneration," Miss Dawe said.  With two Indians, Cook built the first  road in Sechelt in 1896 now known as either  Porpoise Bay Road or Wharf Ave.  He was behind the establishment of the  first school in the area in 1912. The school  operated out of any building it could until  two years later when Cook and another  man constructed a schoolhouse.  From 1915, he was the justice of the  peace, administering justice as the only  law enforcement officer in the area "just  on the strength oihis character," she said.  The precedent for the name-change,  she said, comes from a few streets in the  area whose names have already gone from  one name to another,' then back to the  original.  BarnacleStreet itself has been changed  to Church, then bade to Barnacle. Another  included Medusa, roamed Hackett, then  was first sub��jK.Medusa.  Her -bit of logic, she -said, was that  .'Ha-r- .  when he said the Social Credit party was  going to run on their record. The NDP was  in government for three years and this  coalition Social Credit government, that's  what it is, has been in for three-and-a-half  years. People have had time to compare  and there seems to be a pretty good swing  our way," he said.  He reiterated his well-known stand in  favor of a natural gas pipeline routed by  way of Powell River and a moratorium on  the construction of the 500 kv Cheekye-  Dunsmuir transmission line across the  Sechelt Peninsula.  He said if the NDP formed the next  government, it would be a priority to  conduct the full-scale InqWy Into the line  and Vancouver Island power needs that  has been asked for by Peninsula residents  including the Pender Harbour Ratepayers  and the Sunshine Coast Regional Board.  "Natural gas is the energy alternative.  I'm unable to determine just how far along  Hydro is on this (transmission line)  project. It'apqsslbly.styi.jiijthe sfcgeit.  Barnacle Street runs north to south, when > can be held off for a bit. I've been told that  <'k  BUCKING IT up In practice for up- seven, left, and Cameron MacDonald, 20 and 21 Sechelt event and former  coming Timber Days Junior Loggers eight, give it all they've got Sunday. Jogger Carl Chrismas coaches the  Sports > competition, Chris Wlgard,   Head of committee In charge of May   boys on.  Gibsons village  No joy in lower mill rate  To say a reduction in the mill rate won't  make any difference to some Gibsons  taxpayers could take the Joy out of learning the mill rate for tho village has  decreased ,837 millsV*  And it could take the Joy out of learning  the overall mill rate for taxpayers, Including municipal, school, regional,  regional hospital, Municipal Finance  Authority and B.C. Assessment Authority  rates, has Increased only .108 milla over  nwt year to 87:526 mills.  *   The reduction In the village mill rate  and tho slight Increase in tho overall mill  rate can be attributed to a number of  factors.  ,:.  But gernerally, a slightly higher increase in land assessments for Gibsons  means ono mill raises more tax dollars in  1079 than In 1078.  The vlllago council gave throe readings,  to its annual budget, tax rates and capital  expenditures bylaws at the regular  meeting May 1.  The budget bylaw, setting the annual  budget for the village at |l,7fll,ew rrmirt be  adopUd by May 1&. ..,,,,���������.,,., _,,������,,  The tax rates bylaw authorizes tho  village to levy a mill rate of 30.732 with  34.103 mills used for municipal purposes.  The remaining mills are levied .for the  regional hospital district (1.10 mills) and  the regional district (1.469).  The remaining 50.784 milla Include the  local school district levy (49.340),  Municipal Finance Authority and B.C,  Assessment Authority levies (both  provincial) .018 and 1.43 respectively.  The Capital Expenditure Bylaw  outlines a five-year expenditure program  on various projects under tho headings  ~mmw?imnm bifflainii and p*s  "development.";*""'"*"'������"--"���' �����������--���"��  Village clerk-treasurer Jack Copland  sold council is not committed to spending  these amounts and that the program is "a  planning guide for council,"  Sechelt streets generally run east to west  and avenues run north to south:  Miss Dawe suggested council organize  a committee to recommend names for the  streets which will be opening up through  further development on DL 1331.  Previously street names have been  nautically-associated.  Suspension off  former St. Mary's  nurse on May 10  A Supreme Court Judge has lifted the  suspension of a nurse suspended from St.  Mary's Hospital 17 months ago, after she  administered penicillin to a patient  allergic to the drug.  But, the Vancouver Express reported  Friday, Mr, Justice R.P. Anderson said  -Catherine Mason's conduct "indicated a  pattern of carelessness over a considerable period and that she failed to  respond to advice or learn from experience."  Mason had earlier appealed to the  Registered Nurses Association of B.C.  which upheld the suspension.  Justice Anderson ruled the suspension  should be lifted as of May 10.  The Judge said, "It ls my opinion thflt  the finding of guilt and the fact of the long  suspension have served their purpose and  ho additional penalty should be Imposed."  "I feel certain that the traumatic effect  of these proceedings and the hearing itself  will cause Mrs. Mason to take stock of  herself and to resolve that she will in the  future carry out her duties In a careful  manner," he said.  Shannon may  be sentenced  After several delays and a seven-week  {escape from custody, Robert James  Shannon will appear before Justice Klrko  Smith in .yet another sentencing hearing  May 25 at 10 a.m. InJB.C. Supreme Court in  Vancouver, court officials confirm.  Shannon was convicted in April, 1978 of  the second degree murder of Bill Black at  Roberta Creek on Remembrdj.ee Day 1976.  The sentencing has been delayed in the  past, reports say, to give defence counsel  time to get recommendations as to the  convicted slayer'a character,  While awaiting sentencing, Shannon  escaped from, the Lower Mainland  Regional Correctional Center (Oakalla) in  January and eluded police until March 18  when ho was recaptured on Heather Street  "TriTahcoiwefr * "'""" " ""*   He has been in custody since,  The' charge carries an automatic  sentence of life imprisonment with a  minimum of 10 and up to 25 years without  parole. r  between $20 million and $22 million has  been spent already .But when you are  talking about a project that could reach  $500 million In cost, that isn't much,"  Lockstead said if his party is elected  there are a number-of things "that we  have to get into immediately."  One is Ocetln Falls, where a Montreal  company is looking at a purchase of the  Columbia Cellulose mill, taken over by the  NDP government during their administration, from the Social Credit  government.  "People there want assurances that  their operation Is going to continue. The  company, Kruger, has a 120-day commitment from the Socreds that nobody  else will look at buying the mill. The time  is up in July," Lockstead said indicating  the NDP plans to maintain control of the  company.  He pointed to inflation, cost of living  and unemployment as three areas the  NDP plans to act if they form the government.  As the transportation critic in the opposition, Lockstead said he has made  transportation to the Sunshine and North  coasts could bring in certain kinds of  cottage and secondary industries that can  be beneficial to the people without environmental damage. The lower mainland  is becoming too overcrowded and costly  and we wilt have to be ready for, the  overflow of smaller industries." :  He pointed to inflation, the cost of living  and unemployment as the problems  besetting people in the province and indicated the NDP would adopt programs to  deal with these matters."  And about premier Bill Bennett's  "gift" of five free shares in the B.C.  Resources Investment Corporation,  Lockstead said it is backfiring rather than  earning the premier support.  "There is resentment about these BRIC  shares. The people loiow the government _  is attempting to buy their votes with  something they already own."  "They know that. People will pick up  their free ones and buy some others. But  most people realize that the majority of  shares could end up outside the country. If  we are elected we will have to amend the���  Act that provided them to keep them in the  province." ,  "How   many   working    people,"  Lockstead asked, "are going to walk in  . and>purchasethousands, of shares, Only.,  thebig institutions can afford it and that is  where they are going to go.  "It's a sleazy attempt to buy votes and I  don't think it's helping."  He said Bennett will answer questions  about the shares if asked directly.  "But he doesn't raise the question on  his own any more. He knows it has backfired," Lockstead commented.  He said there is not as much confusion  with the federal and provincial campaigns  running cocurrently as he thought at first  there would be and he commented that the  number of undecided voters has been  reduced "over the past two weeks."  He said also that if voted in he would be  seeking to find out "how much actual  funding has been committed to highways  for this area."  Lockstead said it is obvious school  i trustees, parents and teachers "are not  happy with the Socred record", regarding.  adequate financing for public education.  "They promised to reduce school  taxation" he said and indicated that  during the NDP term school district costs  province-wide came from the government  ���See Page A-3  Minor job boom here  There's much talk by politicians about  unemployment,at this election time but  according to the number of jobs that came  up for grabs at the Sechelt Canada Employment Centre last week It would appear  theSunshlne Coast is experiencing a boom  economy.  According to a Centre offlcla  were about 50 job vacancies at oi  during the week, although at pre  they were being filled quite rapl.  CEC manager Tom Nishlmura attributed the bear market in Jobs to a minor  building boom with a shopping centre, a  mall expansion, a senior citizens' home,  and office buildings under construction.  He said he hadn't had that many Jobs  open at one time since taking the position  in June, 1977.  Voters up  The number of people registered to vote  on the Sunshine Coast In the May 10  provincial election has increased slightly  over the 1975 list.  According to the returning officer in  Powell River, 24,327 voters have their  names registered, up from 23,481 In the  last election.  Port Mellon voters have gone up from  108 to 112, while Gibsons voters increased  to 2,907 from 2,838.  Sechelt voters are up to 2,442 from 2,131  in the last polling and Halfmoon Bay  afld^oveT'Tw to the list with 582 up from  '"425. * "���"  '   Madeira Park has roughly the same,  845 in this election with 842 in the last.  Egmont has Increased to 183 voters  from 154 in the 1975 election.  He said two logging contractors and  one building contractor had called the  Centre seeking help; although they are  usually able to fill their openings from tin?  labor pool here without going through the  Centre. .    .  Nishlmura said the jobs didn't include  opportunities under the federal Young  Canada Works program for which advertising Is curtailed during the election  campaign campaign although inquiries  are still accepted.  He said there would be about 46 Jobs on  the Sunshine Coast under this program  with work starting at the end of June for  vocational, college and high school  students.  The provincial Youth Employment  Program Is also sponsoring summer Jobs  for people, not necessarily stduents, under  24 years of age.  New village clerk  hired for Sechelt  A new face will be seen in the .Sechelt  village office today as Malcolm Shanks  takes over the clerk-treasurer's position  full-time.  Aid. Frode Jorgensen said In a  ��� telephone interview late Sunday that the  appointment had been made "five minutes  ago".  Shanks, 39,. has "quite a lot" of  municipal experience, Jorgensen said.  He fumm wr taur position with  Saardch May 1 after four years there.  Shanks la married with two children.  Jorgensen said he has been to the area a  few times to visit hla brother Mike Qhanks  of Sechelt who rawed here last y*ar. The Pellicula Times  Wednesday, May9,1919  Without a pointed gun  Governments come and govern-       As they fall elsewhere in pursuit of  ments go. Some stay in power longer   the ideal of liberty and humanity, we  "than others and we all taiowrt--aH^^ere^afrori^  -some^arts^f-our-^orld^w��r4s-WQnr^^  and maintained by force ��� or, as in   in this place, in this time.  -Mao^s-well-known-sayingT-^at-the-���Our-collective guilt-onepeople to  muzzle of a gun."  We think of Allende's Chile, of  Amin's Uganda, of Prague under  seige by Russian tanks. We think, of  another in the past must be admitted  by each of us. Our distrust of what we  do not understand about people different from ourselves will hot  ��� Castro's Cuba, of Papa Doc's Haiti,   disappear but we can, with help and  and, of  the   more   subtle,   but   hope, learn we are all human.  rnonetheless once as powerfulrCOntrol- That these human-sacrifices for  ��� of the Shah in Iran. The list goes on.  ���;���Almoslrdaily^and-lihroughout-the-  7-years the worldnewsis a litahy-of-  r regimes rising or falling, control won.  or lost over the seemingly powerless  TTcitizenry among whom, at times, the  ���seed of oppression and discontent  ... bursts forth into the blood-red flower  'i of revolution.  7N A country's political history is  basic, freedoms are being made on  foreign-sbil-bystrangers-does-not  mean. they. ai-e.not_p^__(_f_Qur _own  lives: We know. That is what matters.  And knowing implicates us all.  If there is still duty in these rapidly  changing times, it is the duty of  respecting and maintaining what we  have gained toward,the free-ness in  our society that others are still dying  A fine line  JUgood-bd  .. _ _J?_ .  by Bruce Robinson  If you are. an American, the chances'  watched impressionable-teenagersjcrying  their eyes out because they couldn't seem  to find the appropriate catalyst to boost  them into the realm of Christianity. At  first they were not willing to claim they  had "found it," if they didn't sincerely  believe it. However, both the peer  pressure and the force exerted and exuded  by the leader soon helped the indecisive  make up their minds, and consequently,  everybody found the Lord.  What frightens the hell out of me about  a   movement   such   as   Born-Again  no_ri_rt4aTflty~i_^ ���Christtenitylsihisrl^^  assure you that my skepticism is not   from looking for individual answers and  -directed-towardsehristlanlty-so-muchas���indeedencourageirthemtomutethelrDwn-  are about one in four that you are also a  Born-again Christian. That proportion Is  somewhat lower in Canada which is  consistent with out tendency to be slightly  less compulsive than our southern neighbours. Still, many Canadians appear to be  joining the flock,, renouncing their  hedonistic ways of old, forever parting  with heathen habits, and choosing instead  to lead a life of righteousness and  sacrifice.  While   I   am   not   convinced   that  it is aimed at the ways in which people are  being enticed to see the light. In fact, I  think many people are being exploited;  they are being coerced through subtle  means into believing.  When I was growing up I used to.watch.  the television evangelists and faith-  sense of moral conduct in preference to  something which is supposed to work for  everybody. Each of us is unique. We find  out about ourselves from doing and we  respond to experiences in different ways.  If, at some point in our self-discovery, we.  decide to become Christians, that's great.  . . "Why is it- election time-always makes me feeLso-important?"  A little cat chat with  healers who dominated and who still   As long as we are making honest choices  dominate Sunday morning television. I   for ourselves, the direction we take is not  ���remember- being-iransfixed-by^the���so-importantr  powerful presentations of people like Oral  Roberts,    Roberts    at    that    time  predominantly a faith-healer. I can recall  questioning, even at eight or nine years  old, the credibility of a preacher who sold  more things in the name of Christianity  than Carter has pills. Apparently enough  people were convinced that Roberts was a.  genuine spokesman for Christianity  because he was able to abandon the  controversial faith-healing business in  "favour "of "more universally "accepted  practices, such as hosting television  specials. And we all know that once  Johnny Cash does a guest shot on your  show, there is no longer any question about  your credibility.  Roberts' wealth is awesome, his influence therefore enormous, and his image  has not been hurt by the university which  Rebuilt andwhich bearshis name. I'm  told there are not an abundance of free-  thinking liberals attending the school. An  interesting way to sell Christianity.  Whatever the commodity is, that Roberts  is selling, he is unquestionably making a  great deal of money, and one is prompted  to quote some scriptures .which condemn  such pursuits.  So the Oral Roberts and the Billy  Grahams set the stage for a host of  television evangelists, the most notable in  my mind, the infamous Reverend Jesse of  the Anti-Communist Christian College. I  am rftt joking. He. only lasted thirteen  weeks before he was cancelled, but he was  there in living, frightening color. Topics on  the show ranged from the depravity of the  Viet Cong to the necessity of additional  military arms for the United States. A  group of teenagers, who might be more  properly called automatons, sat in a semicircle around Reverend Jesse asking the  good man set questions to which he  responded as if he were presiding at a mini  press conference. As far as I know,  Reverend Sam of the Communist  Christian College never got equal time.  What all these crusaders were  developing without really knowing it,  though I suspect they might now claim  otherwise, was a master plan for the Born-  Again Christian movement. Television has  changed our lives. How dramatic a  transformation, only historical perspective can objectively elucidate, but  suffice to say its impact is enormous.  The resurgence of fundamental religion  can be connected to a large extent to the  tube. And the people who are masterminding the "I found It," movement are  acutely aware of what vehicles are most  expedient when it comes lo marketing  their religious concepts. I use the word  "marketing," because the organizers of "I  found It," Born-Agaln Christianity, are  two Business Administration graduates  from Harvard. They are young, smart*  and aggressive. More significantly, they  are utilizing their talents to spread the  gospel. They want you to accept the code  of ethics they are espousing and Integrate  It into your lives. They would like to do  your thinking for you.  Bill Moyers, an eminent Journalist and  correspondent for CBS, did on hour  program examining the phenomenon  which Is Born-Again Christianity. The  tactics of persuasion which are used by  many of the leaders in the movement to  convert people could easily be classified as  Intimidating. Moyers visited a camp  whore teenagers are sent to receive Instruction in the ways of Christianity,  though I use the terms "Instruction" and  "Christianity," advisedly. Leaders scared  children into baptism with the threat of  eternal damnation If thoy did not relent. I  I get very suspicious when somebody  knocks on my door and tells me that not  only do they have the answer for me, but  they also liaveJlLfor_:eve_y__ody___lse7asI  well. So easy. Like my father said, you  don't get something for nothing. You may  find Christianity. I just don't think it  should find you.  often an, awesome, thing, a horrible.  documentary of bleeding, burning,  rotting flesh sacrificed to the ideal of _  freedom for its people. It is never a  fairy tale. Never a soap opera. It is a  sad truth of humanity that freedom-is  bought with death.  None of us are innocent. We can  look up from here at a green mountainside reaching its growing fingers  .tb_a. _cle_ar___sky_._^We_can .listen _in a_  warm, black, quiet night under the  muted stars to the ocean's rhythmic  hymn playing on the rocks. We can  give our ideas form and function. We  have the land. We have the peace. The  price in priceless, lives has been paid  for this.    -----' _   -  READER'S RIGHT  for in-theirs. It is not perfect here.  Each of us are flawed. The fabric of  _our_'country, our province, is not  without spot or wrinkle. But as a  garment, the democratic way  properly fits and must be tailored the  best way our hands, minds and hearts  can do.  It is time now for peaceful change  in governments or for keeping the  _ones_we _h_aye_without the muzzle of _a_  gun telling us we must ��� or escape or  die. It is time now for us to make our  will known as people who are free to  do so. It- has to be done by each of us  who are able. It has to be done by you  and by me. It is our right. It is our  responsibility.  .  Spikey, IheJSiniling Dog  T' .i*?*-:.  ���>"���  --�� -������iiuhr ���  A Socred-PG alliance  brings Had  memories  -Editor, The Times:  What price integrity?  Recent revelations by Vic Stephens  about the deal between federal PCs and  the Socreds to deny us the democratic  right to vote for a Provincial Conservative  raise the question of integrity.  It precedes all questions of party line or  platform. If you can't trust them, the rest  doesn't matter. 7    '.';'..  By, allying themselves with the  Socreds, the Conservatives force us to  remember:  ICBC and ferry increases, yo-yo sales  tax rates, the Kerster caper and Davis  conviction, destruction of Vancouver  Resources Board, the alarming Human  Rights Commission.  The Hydro mess, the 2-4D fiasco, piling  school costs on local land taxes, and sale of  Panco to the Americans, the timber  barons getting energy and B.C. rail services well below cost (meaning we subsidize their profits).  New 25-year tree farm licenses in the  face of recommendations for shorter  terms, flagrant gerrymandering of  election boundaries, Bill 89, the Labor  Code Amendment, and other union-  bashing stunts.  Yourstruly  Joe Harrison  Pender Harbour.  Failed by free enterprise,  anti-socialist won't vote  Editor, The Times:  Gerry ruri-for-overythlng Gray, our  Socred aspirant, surely runs true to form;  Last Monday night, beset by a heckler (a  situation any competent politico anticipates and copes with) our Gerry  plumbed the depths of his vocabulary,  Intending to deliver that innovative, excruciating, and final put-down, and came  up with ��� are you ready "stuff It". A  gutteral verb indeed, If you'll pardon the  The Peninsula^***^  Published Wednesdays nl Sechell  on B.CVst SwiiNhino t'oii.t       ���  I he Peninsula Times  for Weslpres I'nhlicatlons Lid.  al Sechelt, H.C.  Box .110 ��� Sechell, B.C.  VON .1A0  ' Phone88502..I  Ollku houiv. HsM n.m,  l����S p.m. Tuc^-Sai,  Subscription Utiles: (lu advance)  Local, $7 per year. Beyond .15 miles, $8  U.S.A., SK). Overseas $11.  Contributors:  Div. 7, Sechell Hlenienlary  Unhurt L'oxall  YcriiUlesbrcclU  PennlsOray  Maurlec Henutrect  Robert Kirsch  Marcia Poultice  Murrle Redman  Bruce Robinson  ouysymrtnds  Marion Alsager  Peggy Connor  Dorfx FdwarcUon  MaryTlnkley-Shaniioii  change In spelling. He did Larry Flynt  proud.  This was a public meeting, mind you ���  not one convened behind an outhouse. And,  despite its political nature, the meeting  had attracted ladles, and perhaps a few  gentlemen. Wouldn't Gerry's particular  brand of childishness enliven the  LeglslPture. Maybe we'd come to be  kiw.u as the stuffing capital of B.C. I  prefer my stuffing In a turkey, and there  seems' to be one close at hand.  Lockstead tolled long and hard for this  constituency. But I, as a committed free  enterpriser, disagree, with his basic  philosophy. When you see the light, Don,  I'll vote for you. But In the interim, I won't  blindly support my "side" - r have to  believe In the candidate first.  So for the first time since the early  fifties, I'm not going to vote. I don't think  the failure is mine ��� I think free enterprise has failed us In Its choice of  candidates. This Is traditionally an NDP  stronghold, so maybe they had to take  whomever they could get.  However, I'm damned If I can choose  the immaturity of Gerry Gray over the  ideological immaturity of socialism.  Yours very truly,  Murray Woodward.  Skaters thank*  Editor, TheTimesi  On behalf of the Sunshine Coast Figure  Skating Club, may I take this opportunity  to thank you for your co-operation this past  year In printing our club news and for  ���'eomiiiinnrt.rHi^  occasions.""���"*^- ,,.,,.���....,,.������,,,.   We appreciate your efforts on our  behalf.  Sincerely,  Nancy L. Douglas,  Publicity Chairman.  By MARCIA POULTICE  Election fever has abated and become  political somnambulism. Enough has  become too much. Both party leaders  .addressed themselves to the question "If  elected, will you vote yourselves a pay  increase?" Both ominous answers were  the same. "Further Study." I think that it  would be a good idea to start a dictionary  for the politically naive. Tomorrow is the  big day so help yourselves.  Nothing could dim the glories of spring  tm the. peninsula. That soft May rain, so  unlike heavy winter rains, made all the  Itttfe seeds shoot up an inch and the  dogwood swept fresh bloom throughout the  woods. The fragrance was intoxicating.  Froggies were wooing, crickets -were  singing and critters were romping. Even  the dandelions looked gorgeous.  indecently exposing their new parking lot.  It would have provided such a lovely break  for the people who live across, Cowrie  Street and whose* vista of Chrome and  belching auto emissions will now be  unimpeded. What a dreary and despicable'  thing to do. I thought it was against the  law.-,  Speaking of indecent exposure: the  only other place that broke the romantic  mood of spring was the (?) new fine Arts  Centre at Trail and, Medusa. An encroaching gray fungus, it squats on its lots,  gradually spreading its sloppy appearance  with stacks of wood and garbage-like  heaps of leftover junk. Any self-respecting'  goat would blush to call it home. For three  years the local art buffs have poured their  hearts; energy and money into this effort.  If we had rut that tremendous amount of  money into a pan-abode and had it built by  a proper construction outfit we would  have been in it for a year now, and  probably at half the price. As it is, our only  hope now is cover-up landscaping and  hope it's waterproof. _  ' Spikey, The Smiling Dog at the Seaview  Market, is the Pen Times stringer for  Roberts Creek. He informs me that the big  grudge baseball match is on again between the cast and crew of the Beachcombers and the Roberts,Creek Ladies  .Softball Te_un..Last year,th^iidles were  straight out' of "West Side Story" and the  guys tucked balloons into their sweatshirts. At one-poBit in the game someone  threw a cantaloupe instead of the ball and  the results were everywhere. This year,  Spikey tells me he heard the ladles  discussing bloomers but this is unconfirmed. All events will take place, of  course, during Roberts Creek Daze. Oh,  Spikey doesn't talk to just anyone. He  talks to me and he smiles at everyone else.  Have a happy Voting day. .  Socreds don't care for  individuals as ads  Editor, The Times:  I am writing to take issue with current  advertising which states that the Social  Credit government cares about the Individual. I had a recent experience that  suggests the opposite.  I was employed as a Psychiatric Social  Worker two days a week at a Mental  Health Centre across the ferry. With two  days notice, I was fired; the result of a  government policy decision to cut the  Mental Health budget by 10 per cent.  "My major concern with the unappealable firing was for my clients. It was  say  necessary for me to volunteer my time to  talk with my clients about my departure.  It was a very difficult task with a  depressed, suicidal, middle-aged lady;  with a lonely, scared, retarded 18 year old  girl; with a young man recently released  from Rlvervlew and there were eight  others.  It doesn't seem to me that the government cares much about these Individuals.  Me ��� I'm NDP.  Sincerely,  Mary Percy  Roberts Creek.  Union fat cats can't  tell us how to vote  Editor, The Times:  Labour Unions and politics seem to be  the topic of the day. As the wife of a union  member and a former union member  myself, I am amazed to see how much  Influence our unions are Imposing on our  democratic system. What right do they  have to use our money to support any one  1 political party? What right do they have to  tell us how to vote?  My father and your fathers fought a  war to protect our freedom to vote. Did  they fight that war In vain? Are we now  going to knuckle under and be told how to  vote?  How dare they use our money from  union funds to support any political party  ��� especially our local pulp and paper-  makers who didn't have enough to give us  strike pay during the last strike of three  months miration.  It seems to me that these fat cat  executives are getting out of hand. They  are supposed to be working for us ��� not  telling us what to do. In my opinion It  n_ft8inriRrT-_wir^  union to make contributions or print any  literature In favour of any political party,  It can be argued that big business gives  their share to a party of their choice, but  It's their money to give - not money that  belongs to people of various political  differences ��� so, unions, butt outl t  Let people think for themselves. After  all, if there is a political party who doesn't  have enough initiative to raise enough  money to run a campaign, how aro they  going to run a government?  signed,  Concerned Union Wife  nnd Veteran's Daughter.  Chemical spray damage  proven "irreparable"  Ed. note i A letter to B.C. Hydro.  B.C. Hydro find Power Authority,  3808 Kitchener Street,  Burnaby, B.C,  Re:   Proposed  herbicide  treatment  planned for the Saltory Bay area aa ad-  iwttort ta^^  Monday, April 33, two,  Dear Sirs.  Powell River Anti Pollution Association  'Is fully aware ot the proven Irreparable  damage resulting from the use of Tordon  101.  However,  Hydro  accepts  only  evidence favorable to Its own purpose.  Our objections to brush clearing using  Tordon 101 date back to 1070. We are tired  of reasoning, we stand on our record,  Bo Informed that we do not accept your  proposals for aerial spraying of Tordon 101  ta Uw Powell River area thlt year or any  This praying program MUST NOT  PROCEED I  Sincerely,  Mrs.C.M.Wllcocks,  JJedCrossDay  Editor, The Times:  May 8 is recognized in 125 countries as  World Red Cross Day. We, in the B.C.Yukon Division of Red Cross, would like to  share this recognition with our thousands  of volunteers.  The challenges facing Red Cross are  enormous ��� whether they-bein-theflelds -  of blood recruitment, water safety instruction, emergency relief, health services or education. Our role in living up to  these challenges in your community is.  dependent entirely on the energy and  commitment of your local Red Cross  volunteers.  I know I speak-for everyone in-your  community when I express my appreciation to all the fine groups and individuals who help to make Red Cross the  organization it is. Thank you.  Roberts. Whyte, President  B.C.-Yukon Division  <-**v Canadianfted Cross Society  EcL's note: World Red Cross Day ls a good  time to remind residents they can donate  to the Canadian Red Cross, Gibsons  Branch, by sending your cheque to Box 9,  Gibsons, VON 1V0.  Appreciates  swan appeal  Editor, The Times,  Concerning your front page,article of  April 25 "A Conservation Appeal,  Protection Asked For Saklnaw Lake  Swans".  I just want to say how much I appreciate the front page space given to the *  article.  I take it that this excellently-worded  article was not written by any of your  staff. However, you have shown true  concern for these creatures and their  plight by drawing people's attention to it.  I also believe the basic message of this  letter can be made to include all birds,  although I do appreciate the particular  problem the Mute Swans may be faced  with. . ,  .,���������  And yes, it's also true that it is not up to  the government or the wildlife groups to  take care of our environment and wildlife.  It's up to us ��� The Indlvidualsl  ��� WpynoDlakow  Blrding Section lender  The Marsh Society  Weather  Almost the same preclptatlon as  March, but 17 wet days compared to 11;  only One dry day between April 1-18.  Rainfall���6.61 cm compared with 12.93  last year and the 18 year average of 7.05  cm.  Driest April In that time was 107.3 when  only 2.30 cm wore recorded and the wettest  was 1060 with 14.05 cm.  The daytime high temperature wns 10.5  C compared to 17.0 C last year. Overnight  low of 1.0 C compared to 2,0 last year.  At tho ond of April wo havo 11.17 cm  less rainfall than for the same period Inst  year.  Weather April Z8-May 4  Lo.  April28  ... 0.5  April 20 ...10.0  AprilSO  n.o  Mayl 0.5  May2 10.0  HI. Prec.  cm  17.0  10.0  16.5  15.5  13.5  M,0  nil  nil  nil  nil  0.14  1.14  1.37  I  Secretary.  jyiay 4..,,.,,...,,.,  Week's rainfall ��� 2.08 cm. May to date  ���2.68 cm. 1070 to date ��� 42.48 cm.  April 28-M6y 4,1078 -~ 0.76 cm, May 1-4,  1078 ��� 0.10 cm. Jan.-Moy 4,1078 -��61.10  cm,  f May is Family Month  Wednesday, May 9,1879  The Peninsula Times  T_re^8__a_t-ret!oasteh-ipter of the B.C.   their family life, and society cannot be    extended family. Grandparents, uncles,  Council for the Family has invited com  ments about the family from members of  tills community. This is the first of a series  of weekly articles to focus on May as  Family Month.  separated from the families that comprise  it. Families forrnanintegraljpart of the  fabric of s6detyT~"    ~  All around us we are witnessing  phenomenal changes in the structure of  aunts, and cousins are integrated deeply  into their family life; We also have communal families where not all Individuals  involved are related, yet live together as a  family unit This community stands upon a.  Furtiier^oplnlons-about aspects^ the���theFamily.Theimageof the familyiinit���foundationorthe^ccumulationof^several-  family would be welcomed through letters  to the editor.    .  By NANCY DENHAM  The provincial government has  declared May to be the Month of the  Family. This being the Year of the Child,  how fitting It is that we take time to focus  on family living. Children cannot  realistically be viewed separately from  as a mother, a father, and their children is  not the only image that comes to mind  when the Family is focused upon. There  are single-parent families where children  live with only a mother or only.a father.  There are also situations where children  alternate living between the home of  mother and the home of father. Some  people look upon their family unit as an  NEW OFFICE SPACE  tors���-  WHARF CENTRE  Paved Parking in Sechelt Any Size Available From  Only $4.00 per sq. ft. 300iq.ft.to 1600sq.ft.  "across from the legion" ^ ----- -  -caH :   BILL COPPING 885-3281  or  RICK SIM 886-2062  smaller family structures.  What we learn through the living-out of  our family lives is what we reflect into our  community. If wb do not learn the principles and accept the restrictions  necessary to live harmoniously within our  families we cannot live co-operatively or  constructively within society. The Family  is the first social structure we experience.  In many ways it is like.a microcosim of  society.  We need to experience security, per-  -sonaldignityr self.respect and-therespect_  of others within ourJEamllies (whatever  the form of our family). Then we are free  to discover and develop our particular  abilities. We are able then to mature with  a. sense of social responsibility as well.  With the continuing breakup of couples  and the estrangement of relationships  within families going on all around us, it  ^a>mes-more-atfd-more^obvious-that  family living needs encouragement and  support. Some find support in the ex-  ���change of Ideas wlth-frlends.-OthersJin-L  * encouragement within a Church  fellowship. The educational opportunities  made available in the community such as  parenting groups have provided needed  stimulation and support for sonie families.  Other families actively participate in  community events or family activities and  discover a unifying experience in thefle.  10% OFF  EVERYTHING  IN THE STORE:  We had a small fire in the store last week. Aside from some smoke stains  on one wall, there really wasn't much damage at all. 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If you have ideas or have experienced  activities that are supportive of Family  living, would you share these with this  community by writing to the editor?  It might be worth our while during the  month of May to take some time to reflect -  on the Family ��� on what it means to us  individually, and what it needs to be for us  all. Perhaps. wejdlneed to be challenged  to re-adopt our assumptions about the  Family. And to remember as well that we  are together members of one family ��� the  Human Family.  MORE ABOUT . ..  ���People happy  ���From Page A-l,  "He saia there will be no "right-to-  work" legislation. His personal philosophy  is against it. His government is against  "right-to-wprk."  "We-arenot talking about a completely..  unionized province. Some people don't  have to be certified union members if their,  employer doesn't want to have a union;  Allan Williams probably doesn't know  what "right-to-work" is all about. He  wanted to find out," Gray explained in  regard to a letter of inquiry tlie Minister  sent last November toihe state of Missouri  where a referendum was held on. the  subject,  He said the "lies and innuendo^ the'  NDP party is bringing out to win this  election'"shows  that  they  are  in  a  desperate state."  "In 1975 people were so irate with the  NDP they were turfed out of office. We  were sick land tired of strikes and labor  unrest and the government throwing our  money out the window like there was no  end to it. 7  "There is apathy because people are  well off and people are happy with the  present government," Gray said.  "But there is a serious need for people  to come out and vote because that's the  way we get the government that people  want. Then It Is the government of the  majority and not of the minority," Gray  said.  MORE ABOUT. ..  ���NDP closing gap  ���From Page A-l  at 42 per cent while under Social Credit It  went down to 29 per cent with local  property taxpayers taking the rest of the  burden.  "The NDP recommends 76 per cent of  school district budgeting come out of  general revenue instead of property tax.  But the major point in this regard Is Social  Credit Bald they would do ono thing and did  another."  He said Socreds were "quietly cen-  tralLtlng" the school board decision-  making procesd in Victoria ond gave fls an  example when they put handicapped and  learning-disabled students "back in the  mainstream of tho classroom."  "What they foiled to do is with their  ceiling on budgeting they haven't increased staff to moke up for this additional  burden. In fact, they reduced it at a time  when tjw school population would seem to  bo increasing.''  He sold there has to bo a better  reduction in pupil-teacher ratio and said  under NDP It "did go down slightly,"  But Lockstead doesn't spend much  time sitting around talking In this election  campaign.  He is restless to keep his scot in tho   'legislature. ;   True to form, at the thought of the  uncommitted voters still out there, he  hooded for tho door and the Mackenzie  riding to "knock on doors" and close the  ipfor this party thatiwnta to*��g��ln be  the government of B.C.  Walk It to mcl  .aSr^VU-     ^ -|gi gg��  Gov't Inspected, Fresh  Gov't Inspected, Grain Fed  Cut into Chops, 2 rib portion, 6 centre cuts, i tenderloin portion   ib,  V  V  Gov't Inspected  Gov't Inspected, Gr, A Beef  Shank Portion,  Bone In II  RIiiq  Bihhnn    Doer   n.   Hrin finnrl  wsuv   s.suuwsi,   11.^,   wi    Jsip   uiiiiu  MARGARINE  3 Ib. pkg.   Foremost Gr. A  Efift*5  Medium  Foremost Family Style  4 litre ctn, all flavors  Mrs. Smith's  FRUIT PIES  Apple or Apple Crumb 26 oz.  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Grown lb $1.19 jj  _ PageA-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May 9, J979  Sechelt notes  Chairman has son  By Peggie Conner, 885-9347  Ea and Isla Nicholson became.the  proud parents of a baby boy Thureday,  -May^at-flveTi(_inutes~torthWT--i--ag_ne^  two school teachers, and their first child  beats the school bell by five minutes. The  day Quinn Adair Nicholson chose to be  born is also the birth date of bis grandmother Mrs. Joyce Nicholson.  The parents bad faithfully attended  prenatal classes. It was a natural birth  with the father in attendance, a wonderful  experience, heightened by 4he attending  Dr. Dennis Rogers and nurse Mrs. Aileen  Hansen who made them feel they were  helping with the birth in a real team effort.  St.Mary's Hospital came in for high praise  rwith-Aheir-staff-and-facilitiesrr-r���_���__-_-yiait.  tollingwood Branch in 1982.  r Then Aprirsff it was Ivan Smith's turn  a_rhe^nd'Eileerrattended^aUni(RaT)a  for employees of B;C. Hydro who have  retired Jn the past year from April 1978 to  79; This was held at the Canadian Legion in  New Westminster where after a fine  dinner there was dancing.  Visitors to tbe Smith home on April 28  were Wilf and Grace Wiltshire former  residents now living in Richmond.  Guests at Art and Mary Redmans in  .Sechelt have been long-time friends Keri  and Dorothy Wilson from Kamloops. The  Wilsons  stopped  at  Wilf  and ' Jenny  Christensens in Selma Park for a quick  I$onday Isla's mother Mrs. Dorothy  Adair arrives from Barrhead, Alberta to  stay for awhile and to see hen new grandson. His birth weight of 8 lbs. 10 oz. gives  him a healthy startiirlifer  . Ed ia coordinator of special services  for School District No. <_6 and Isla is kin-i  ���dergarten andJearntngassistance teacher���-  at Cedar Grove Elementary School..  . Director for Area B, Ed is also chair-  ^man of the Sunshine Coast Regional Board  buTright now the most import-lnt tl-_n�� fir  his life is his wonderful wife and new son  Quinn, and he is ten feet tall..  Canon Minto and Marion Swan were  back to attend a wedding and visited with  friends while staying with Dave and Eva  Hayward in West .Sechelt. The wedding  took place in Gibsons United Church May 5  when Dwayne Anderson wed Mona  Suveges of Gibsons. Dwayne was a star  -boarder-et-Alan-and Rosa Swans as he  went to school with Martin and Trevor.  Marion says they are enjoying life in  Victoria. They live on Government Street  School starting at 6:30 p.m. Each group  will enter.two teams, mixed doubles.  Tuesday, May 15 events taking place at  the Royal Canadian Legion Br. 140 at 7:30  p.m. Each group will enter, one team for _  I Bridge ��� rae man, one woman; one team  for cribbage, and one team of two men and  two women for Darts.   ;May__17,-_Thursday,__V.olleyball_at-  Chatelech Junior Secondary School  starting at 6:30 p.m. Each group will enter  jmeteam���^reeTnen^and three tromei-T"  Sunday, May 20 the field events will be  held at Hackett Park. The three-legged  race, the egg-and-spoon race, the sack  race and the slosh race will each have one  team of two men and two women, the  sleeping bag race one man and one  woman, the tug-o-war three men and three  women.  Sunday, May 20 judging of the baking  contest will he done. Each team provides  one of each ��� apple pie, bakers-dozen  butter tarts, bread and chocolate cake.   May 21st, Monday, each groig) will  ^^57>^SHERS-DRYERS-DISHWASHERS-MICR0-OVENS|  G* * ^"'"^' ��^V     2-year .guarantee on all parts & labor        ���  5-year warranty on the dryer drum,    .  10-year guarantee on washer transmission]  - TOM WOOD celebrates his 95th  birthday.  from- Vancouver, and another grandson-  Stan and Karen Soupow from Gibsons.  At ninety-five the only thing wrong with  -receive points forentering the parade and =  additional points for winning. Theme for  the parade js NurSery Rhymes.  .Monday is also the draw for tickets.  The sale of these will also gain points for  the teams.  All of these events are open to spectators. But the viewing should be fun as a  fflendlycompetitivesp^  the participating teams.  Last year's events saw Sechelt Lions  MAY QUEEN SUSAN ATTENDS.  May Queen Susan McKibbin opened the  Senior Citizens Plant sale held April 21  with a good speech, one of the duties that  go along with being Queen-of-the-May.���BHV_-_IDA��S-GEI-EBRATED  within a fifteen-minute walk from the  Empress Hotel which of course puts them  within, walking distance of Beacon Hill  park, downtown shopping and the  waterfront. Canon Swan preaches the odd  time at St Midia but otherwise is fully  retired,  Tom_islMejg_____gmb^^  different times. A chat with him soon  reveals his great love of life and the years  he spenton west coast ships and his logging  days.  ~' Reg Smears of Greene Court in Sechelt  quietly celebrated his ninety-second birthday on April 24.  Change of Queen will come on May 21  when Queen elect Lisa Blackwell will take  over.  TRAVELLERS AND VISITORS  Eileen Smith attended the twenty-third  annual Ex-service Womens' reunion held  in Mission Aprfl 21, with 230 sitting down to  dinner at the Mission and Canadian  Legion. This one is the first in fifteen years  that she has attended and she was happy to  meet with many- old friends from her  -service daysrA13;WAC^erving-witlrthe  Air Force at Prince Rupert, tbe Signals in  ..Victoria were her postings. Plans for the  next reunions are for Victoria in 1980,  Revelstoke in 1981 and Vancouver's  Tom Wood had two parties on his 95th  birthday, one in the extended care lounge  at St. Mary's Hospital and the big one on  the actual date April 28. This was the day  his daughter and her husband Peter and  Gladys Soupow of Sechelt took Tom home  for the day.  Quite a few old friends dropped in to  visit. They went to the Legion where he  was treated like a king, then out to supper  with many family members gathered for  -theoccasionrTl-er^wasanotherdau^hter-  Hazel and James Inirg from Campbell  .River, grandrdaughtet-Tamie .Inirg.and.,  boyfriend Brian, grandson Stand and LU  Youdell with great grandson Sam Youdell  -TIMBER DAYS SPECIA-^BVENTS  Timber Maid, second place to Bank of  Montreal and Marianne Rayment. The  Chamber of Commerce placed third with  Marie Hoffar their representative.  SUNSHINE COAST ARTS CENTRE  BUILDING FUND  The committee hopes to see a good  Two more teams have joined the  special events for Timber Days, Sechelt  Kinsmen and Trail Bay-Enterprises.  Excitement is in the air as the start of  the special events takes place this  weekend with the Timber Days Dance  May 12 when all candidates for Timber  Maid are introduced. The crowning will  take place Monday, May 21. At this time  the draw for the 50^50 raffle will be made.  ���IPublic contribution to- the -special  eventslsa-robservew and cheeringnseci���|  tion for your team. Only special events  ;teama-wikpartidpa-eJ-DLthese events.. _.  Monday, May 14 Badminton games will  take place at Chatelech Junior Secondary  turnout for the slidtTpfSientStior. by Mar  Evert in the music room of Chatelech  Secondary School Monday, May 14 at 8  p.m. Flora and fauna of "Down Under"  Lifetime guarantee on stainless steel  washer tub   : -WISERVICE WHATWE-SELL  h^an^y    MADEIRA APPLIANCES  NEW SHIPMENT OF GOLD CHAINS  ���In Stock Now.  ���25% OFF GERMAN FIGURINES  Great Gift Ideas Of:  Watches  Rings  ���Crystal  & Much more.  Provlrtce o  shC0K.hu  -.��.-��-.��-,...--rr  PUBLIC NOTICE  ROYAL COMMISSION OF  INQUIRYINTO  URANIUM MINING  COMMUNITY MEETINGS  The following Commissioners were appointed in accprdance with the British Columbia  Public InqulrieSlAct: '  Dr. Davicf V.Bates, Chairman .  Dr. James W. Murray  Mr. Valter Raudsepp  Within the Terms of Reference, the Commissioners are to Inquire into the adequacy of  existing measures to provide protection in all aspects of uranium mining in* British Columbia. In particular, they are to examine the adequacy of existing Federal and Provincial  requirements in British Columbia for;  (a) the protection of the health and safety of workers associated with exploration,  mining and milling of uranium, and  (b) The protection of the environment, and  (c) The protection of the Public.  On completion of the Inquiry, the Commissioners will make recommendations to the  Lieutenant-Governor in Counoll for setting and maintaining standards for workers and  : public safety, and for protection of the environment In respect to exploration, mining and  . milling of uranium ores.  A preliminary schedule of Community Meetings In June and July 1979 has been arranged  as follows:  KELOWNA  Tuesday, June 5  Wednesday, June 6  CLEARWATER  Friday, Junes  KAMLOOPS  Monday, June��11  ROCK CREEK  Monday, June 18  GRAND FORK8  Wednesday, June 20  CASTLEQAR  Thursday, June 21  WILLIAMS LAKE  Tuesday, June 26  VANDERHOOF  Wednesday, June 27  FORT NELSON  Tuesday, July 3   ATLIN ,.,.....  Wednesday, July 4  The purpose of the Community Meetings Is to give the Commissioners the opportunity of  understanding the local Issues facing these communities that could be affected by uranium  mining |n British Columbia. It will also permit local organizations or members of the public  an early opportunity to express their views regarding the Issues that are to be considered  by the Commission, The Commission plans on returning to those and other communities  where required, at a later date after more technical Information Is available.  Public interest group** whd areapplying for Tartlclpant Funding* may; If they wish, make  an opening statement at these Meetings, but they will not.be expected to present their  main submissions until the Fall Hearings: However, anyone'who particularly wishes to  speak at the above Public Meetings In June or July, and who have not already done so,  are requested to advise the Secretary In advance,  During the course of the Hearings, tho Commissioners will make on-site Inspections of  uranium deposits and local environmental settings, ,  The locations, dates, and times of the .Individual Public Hearings will be published in ad-  vancelnthe_approprlat��r^ _   t m ^ ^   On behalf of the Commission  Brig. Gen. E. D. Dsnby (retired)  Executive Secretary  Royal Commission of Inquiry  Into Uranium Mining  aracwiimiiway "        *"  Vancouver, B.C. VOW 2C1  Telephone: 224-2014 (collect)  BEST FOOD  AT IGA  TABLERITE MEATS  Pork Shoulder Butt    OQo  Bone Ih By the PleceOnly...  ...... Ib. 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QQC  POWDERED DETERGENT $199  I.G.A. 6 litre     X  PENDER HARBOUR CENTRE  Madeira Park ���883-9100  "WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES"  ������ ��� .-Prlcti effiNstlytMoy .t?ia. _.���..   I Pender Harbouz happenings  Band students chosen  by Doris Edwardson 883-2308  ~HaKrnoon~lLlaY~tiapperiings  Mackereths win trophy  by Mary Tinkley-Shannon 885-9765  Mackereths win Morgan  The Shuffleboard season at the  Welcome Beach Hall wound up with a  banquet on April 28 when Roy Hill  presented the Jack Morgan trophy to Allan  and - Joan- Mackereth, winners, of- the^  -p_ayof-S.--Two-tean__.-which-tied-as-run��-  ners-up were Al and Nancy Lawson and  George Murray* partnered by Qeii Smith.  The other teams reaching the finals were  Dave and Fran Reid, Bill and Alice Fraser  and Berate and. Dorothy Ackerman.   -  Special thanks were expressed to Alex  Ellis_who_hadkept:tte_shuffleboard tables  in such a state of perfection throughout the  year and to Helen Robertson who served a  -deUdous-chickeiudinner-with-her-usual  efficiency. Members expressed appreciation to Roy Hill for^ll his work Jn  organizing the tournaments.  -, With the dinner over and. the tables  cleared away, the shufflers took to tbe  -floor, ior-dancing -te__he__-__isic__oLJ__aul_  Gibsons  hospital  auxiliary  * By MARIE TRAINOR  The regular monthly meeting of the  - Gibsons Hospital Auxiliary, was heldat the_  Calvary Baptist Church Hall on Wednesday, May 2 with 28 members present.  The president, Joan Rigby, opened the'  meeting and welcomed the members  present, including a new member, Mrs. F.  Craven and a guest, her sister, Mrs.  Eunice Nakken.   Reports for the month of April were  given by the chairmen of the various  committees: extended care unit ��� 7  volunteers worked 17V_ hours, gift shop ���  8 volunteers worked 20 hours, thrift shop -���  10   volunteers   worked ��<*5_." "hours;  physiotheirapy^e ^m^mmmmtism^  hours, sunshine ��� 3 Get Well cards .were  sent out, knitting ��� Mrs! %." Jones' ���  turned in 2 - 2 piece baby sets and 1 - 3  piece set, Mrs. D. Strandt���turned in 2 - 2  piece baby sets and 1 - 3 piece baby set,  Mrs. D. Rowland ��� turned in 1-2 piece  baby set.  In the coming weeks, the report stated  that knitters will be concentrating their  efforts on bed socks and bed jackets to  help replenish the supply for the Gift Shop.*  Ways and Means���A report was given  by Ida Leslie for Verla Hobson, who was  unable to attend the meeting. The committee has decided that they will endeavour to make Christmas decorations,  and Ida had several samples on hand to  show the members. A workshop is being  set up at the home of Phoebe Blomberg,  1712 Seaview, and members interested in  helping make these decorations are invited to Mrs. Blomberg's home every  Wednesday, except for the first Wednesday of the month, commencing May 8th  at 10:30 a.m. please note the time and date  and it Is hoped that as many members as  possible will lend their support to this  committee, When the finished articles are  completed, it is planned to sell them in  conjunction with the Aloha Luncheon in  November.  Mrs. Annie Metcalfe reported on the  sale of the raffle tickets for the hand-made  Quilt and Afghan. She emphasized that  there are a large number of ticket books  still outstanding and, since time is running  pu^ would appreciate it if all members in  this category would make a special effort  to get their tickets sold and hand In their  money as soon as possible, if not sooner,  since the draw for the raffle will take place  on June 6th.  The next meeting will take the form of a  Luncheon meeting which will be held at  the home of Mrs, Margaret Jones on June  6 at 12:30 p.m,  Hansen and his fine Lawrey organ. Paul  had gone to the troubieof'bHhglng along  his organ and it was f ortunate that he" was  able to find someone else who coule play it..  Chuck Dowman took over for a while so  -_hat__PaiJl--i-0__ld^-_l-K��_-do--a-UtUe-D_sco-  -number-with Ids-wife Eileen. ---������- ���  V  FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS  Considering it was fine Sunday af-:  ternoon, when there were so many interesting things to do around the garden  and along the beach, there was a  remarkably good turnout for Carmen  -Grassle^s���demonstration���ot-__ll6ral_  arrangements at the Welcome Beach Hail  on April 29. Carmen, with her deft fingers^  ~terl_e6-n_ye :f or^beM^amrirer^livety  - imagination, held her audience spellbound  while- she improvised delightful  arrangements ,which _ would prove. a  wriversationpiece^in any household. She  showed a wintertime arrangement, using  only, pieces-of-driftwood, lichen Jwughs,  sprigs of Oregon grape ahd a few weeds  and bits of moss. She demonstrated how,  with a little imagination, a springtime  centrepiece could be made with a nesting  box, models of birds and three or four  spring flowers. She made use of figurines,  shells, weeds and even the despised  horse's tail. Most of the people attending  the demonstration were so inspired by it  that they vowed that never again would  they pick a bunch of flowers and just dump  them in a vase.  MERRY ISLAND LIGHTKEEPER  The hew keeper of the Merry Island  light, M.O. (Red) Collette, has now taken  up residence on the island. Mr. and Mrs.  Collette were transferred from Chrome  Island, near Alert Bay by the Canadian  Coast Guard Ship Franklin which was on  loan to replace the Canadian Coast Guard  Ship Camsell which was damaged when it,  hit an iceberg during its duty in the Arctic.  It is not yet known whether the Camsell  will be replaced or repaired, but in any  case people along this coast are not likely  to see the Franklin again because it will be  ��d_hg; for the east coast of Canada to.  Congratulations to Kim King, Bruce  Hermon, Michael Hermon, Rogene  Talento, Rlccoh Talento, Carrie Wallace  and Stirling Wallace tor thelFbeing  selected to join Elphinstone High School  Band under direction of Bill Rayment for'  a Vancouver Island trip.  The tour begins in Sooke, and continues  up Island to Port Hardy with the students  playing concerts all the way North. They  leave May 22 and return May 26.  COMMUNITY CHOIR  , Congratulations, too, to our Community  Choir who went to the Kiwanis Music  Festival in St. Andrews-Wesley Church,  -Vancouver.-They weresporisored by-the  Royal Canadian Legion, Br. 112 and the  Pender Harbour Lions Club. They won a  second and a third place.  ATTENTION HIGHLANDERS  Bob Keen has taken on the job of Service Officer for the Seaforth Highlanders  of Canada Regimental Association on the  Sunshine Coast. If any ex-Seaforth needs  assistance with DVA or his next of kin  would like help, contact Mr. Keen. Part of  the. job will be making visits to tbe  Hospital. You do not have to be a paid-up.  member of the Association to contact Bob.  Good Tea  .Si-ring wasin tbe airwhen the ACW.of  St. Aidan's Church held their St. George's'  Day tea recently.   ���:       ..._  A large crowd of friepds attended who  supported bur efforts by patronizing the-  stalls which enabled us to realize a goodly  sum for our Church and the worthy causes  we help to support.  We thank all those who attended and  Tne Peninsula Times PageA-5  Wednesday, May 9,1979  ���'  ssipsss���si���s i_-li-sW-__--_-_-_-_-_-___-___-_____h_M-��_M.I , UH-���-s_��ii-_.   _..   ������,,.,.-_._.  helped in any way to make the Tea a :  success. Withoutthem our efforts would go  unrewarded.  Will the holder of hamper raffle ticket  No. 104959 please phone Mrs. Passmore at'  885-3498.  W. A. Hornett  Sec.ACW7.;  �������������  points the way  tobettef buys.~  CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORY BOARD  -\      Sunshine Coast Regional District  SPRINKLING REGULATIONS  EFFECTIVE MAY 1  The following properties may sprinkle on:  MONDAY ��� 7 a.nv to ! 0 a.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.  WEDNESDAY ���7 a.m. to lOa.m.and 7p.m.to9 p.m. ~  j u_Mu_uiMW--t-___.Ut_a_i]-i_-uu<-i<-  _" J__f l_iU_U_.lP3._U>>"  imw_^~u_newnw  _"��JIJVW- ln_^*i_ - -S-j ^^mr_inniT_M-    n^nn-* _--�����*^__-��.  FRIDAY-��� 7~a*mf4o-4Q"��f mv"  1. All waterfront properties.  2. Cowrie Street, Village of Sechelt.  3. All houses north of the Hydro right-of-way In the Village of Sechelt, with the exception of  Lookout Avenue.  4. The south side of Norwest Bay Road. West Sechelt.  5. Wakefield Rd., West Sechelt.  6. Th�� -outh side of Chaster, Rosamund, f olrvlew k Orandvlew Roads, Gower Point.  7. The west side of all streets In Longdate. '  8. Whitaker Road, Davis Bay.   .   ALL OTHER PROPERTIES NOT LISTED /MAY SPRINKLE ON:  TUESDAY���7 a.m." to 10a.m.and7p.m.lof p.m.  THURSDAY ��� 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.   SATURDAY__=-_ 7 a.m. to 10 a.m __._     . _ " ,  ONE SPRINKLER ONLY IS PERMITTED ON EACH PROPERTY.  WHEN A FIRE SIREN IS SOUNDED, PLEASE TURN OFF YOUR SPRINKLER.  G. DIXON  WORKS SUPERINTENDENT  INJURED COON  Dixie Luoma who recently told us the  story of a young coon which chewed of its  foot when caught in a trap, reports that tbe  small animal still visits her regularly for  handouts. The coon now brings with him a  little friend and the wounded leg seems to  have healed remarkably well; The  Luomas and many other residents, have  been relieved to hear that in view of the  objections expressed by members of the  Area "B" Ratepayers' Association, the  Conservation Officer intends to eliminate  trapping in residential parts of Area "B".  The policy, he says, would not extend to  trapping carried out for the removal of  "nuisance wildlife" where justified by  public complaints. In such cases, the traps  would be set by Fish and Wildlife personnel at their discretion.  A recent guest at the Luoma home has  been Pat's sister, Mrs. Elite Miller of  Burnaby. Pat Ness has had a visit from '  her sister-in-law, Ruth Ross with husband  Stan from Clearwater. In former times,  Ruth and Stan were frequent visitors to  Halfmoon Bay, but now that they operate a  motel in Clearwater, they find it difficult  to get away. Leaving the bay, they continued north to Powell River for a visit  with their niece Bev Silvey and her family.  Olive Comyn, secretary of the Welcome  Beach Community Association informs  members that their dues for the year 1979-  80 are payable on May 1st. Memberships  at |2 each, can be left with Grace  Rutherford or given to Olive Comyn at the  little Reno Night on May 10.  The Shannons are prepared to vouch  for the fact that the Peninsula Times gets  read. Three typewriters which they advertised for sale in last week's Issue were  all sold by Thursday, the day after  publication.  ______  <rv.f.__r**  fewv-ise Jen-ww. ws^s-  BETTER SHAPE  Here's what that  your  Q A new Denticare program.  ��� Home-owner grant increased  $100 this year.  ��� 2nd lowest income tax in Canada.  ��� Record spending on health care  28% of the B.C. budget  ~\ Lower insurance rates for  young drivers.  Z\ In-home care for senior citizens.  Increased hospital  construction.  Lowest sales tax in 25 years.  ���������  Universal pharmacare.  From small businessmen to trade union membeis,  SiH��U Credit candidates aw people fwm all walks of life...  united In their belief that Social Credit IsMst for lie.  i   i   i   i  Gerry Gray  lut- technician  Mackenzie  (lorry Furnoy  hiinli.-SHi.iMn  North Island  On May 10, vote for g  government and sound  financial management!  HrB-fH-wIli Plaza a first for offices above shopping  PageA-6 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May 9,1979  By MARION ALSAGER  We interviewed John Kavanagh,  7 president of AMCO Marketing, and AMCO  Mortgage Corp. and he tells us lhat the  shopping mall he is developing' will be  called Cedars Plaza.'It will have retail  , stores, offices on the second floor and of  '?. course adjacent will be the popular Cedars  10 Inn.  To date-he has "signed leases" from  "CampbellsrDeptr-storer^onnerly-of-  Sechelt. Campbells hope to consolidate  eventually, and then perhaps re-open in  Sechelt in the future. United Pharmacy  shall be located next to the department  store which, by thq way, will be the largest  retail store on the cohst with 7,100 square  feet of area. -: -,-  Don McClymont will be the proprietor  of The Meat Market which will specialize  in freezer sides/fresh meat (cut to your  spedficatlon)7and_fish.:__:__ __ _:_ _ _ _  ���TheTMagie Mushroom wiU^be-operiing  its second store with 1,000 square feet of  Gibsons glimpses  Cadets, Wrenettes  ins  ���.The-annual-inspection=.of.. the __Navy._  League of Canada Cadets and Wrenetts  took place at the Winter Club on Thursday-  evening by Capt. Alsgard, Commanding  Officer HMCS Discovery, Mr. B. Purie,  chairman, Mainland, Division, Navy  League- St Canada, Commadore Ian  Morrow, president, Sunshine Coast Navy  League and Chief P.O.N. Boner- Cadet  -St-^,-Cariadi_m_Eorces-Baae,-E_^uirnalt^  retail area and Gary Lawison Is the  proprietor. A new travel agency will also  be going into this Plaza, and Lynn Szabo  will be manageress. This agency will go by  the name of Elite Travel.  A pizza parlor which will also have -  fried chicken orders and a delivery service  will be run by WarrenHopp of White Rock,  B.C.  - The above businesses comprise 85 per  '< ^t^tKOra^nspaW.~A^Qple^ore~  very interested people from whom John is  waiting for a firm reply are a Unisex  halrstyling, chain and Zales Jewellery,  known, as one of the largest jewellery  chain stores in Canada. Also a shoe store  ; business is considering acquiring space in  this mall.  There is 17,904 square feet of retail  space in this Plaza and all walkways will  be under cover. The office space which  will be above the retail stores has 12, 560  square feet andrarof this date, Kavanagtr  ��_-<���_.���___ _. s has a firm commitment or signed leases  bers, third place in solo jazz and solo tap,  I  Use'Times'Adbriefs  >-ii____i_____a__a-a____H_fc___---__------i  by Marion Alsager, 886-2458  Last call for  YELLOW PAGE LISTINGS  SUNSHINE COAST  DIRECTORY  or Neate, Dental Mechanic. John's head  office will occupy a prominent space in  this office complex. He is waiting to hear  from government representatives who are  also considering the rental of office space.  There Is room for over 90 parking  spaces. The plan Includes a garden area '  B.C.  The Cadets are graded for dress,  marching performance and speaking to  officers. Best Wrenett Trophy, presented  by Royal Canadian Legion Br. 109, LA  President Tillie Knowles, went to Leilana  Larsen. Best Cadet award was received by  PO 2, Neil Redshaw. -  In the other categories, the following  received awards for: seamanship ��� Chad  Wiseman, most improved ��� Richard  Baba, best attendance ��� Able Seaman  Fred Williams, best attendance ��� V.  Harding, seamanship ��� K. Wray, best  Ordinary Cadet ��� Ernest White, best Able  Cadet ��� Heather Hogan, best Leading  Cadet���Bruce Jackson, best PO 2nd Class  ��� Mark Boothroyd, PO 1st Class ��� Mike  Frankland, PO 2nd Class ��� Laura Hogan,  Conway Trophy award to Chief PO 2nd  Class Mike Fyles.  -Maurice-Girard,-representing-the-  three Certificates of Merit in Song and  Dance, solo stage and duo tap. She  received trophies in group numbers and  choreography AND a Scholarship from the  Surrey Festival Committee.  Local dancer Karen Boothroyd took,  second price in Solo Jazz, third prize in       . . -   .   ,. . ___T .���  -Solo^p-^ndJfirsUpla^-wittf^^usan_J^J^P^^^^^!fJ��yi  Francis in Duo Tap. Congratulations-to   tables and^HngloreSIng your lunches.  both of them!     ,* " 7_J?5?5rS^ '* g0ing JJ.^T6*1*  <_,_..-_�� ��u_�� ��_. ONLY.NEW office space with air con-  WOMAN FOR PM * ditioning in it and the FIRST office block  On Margaret.T__atcher!s__W--_i-i_-g_th-i^^  majority vote in the British elections, we   shopping * mall. Since its  Sechelt Pipe Band, presented the Cadets  with a set of drums. Life rings were  presented by Capt. Alley of the  Weathership. In his comments, the  Commanding Officer said that it is a  unique privilege to come to Gibsons for  this annual inspection and that the -key"  word to belonging is "choose", the right to  choose the destiny we want.  The Canadian Forces Naden Band  supplied the musical accompaniment  during the evening. The Sunshine Coast  Navy League has a recorded 47 cadets and  wrenettes and last year they placed third,  in B.C.  VOLLEYBALL  The Beachcomber Bantam A and B  Girls Volleyball teams attended the  Provincial Tournament In Vernon April 28  and 29. They played well and the A team  placed fourth out of 12. Coaches Bob  Bjornson and Roger Douglas find the girls,  as always, a well behaved group to travel  with.  CAR WASH  The Sunshine Rangers had a very  successful car wash last Saturday. They  were able to contribute $45 to the Handicap  Guide Camp. They say they washed  everything from Firebirds to Flatdecks  and would like to thank everyone who  supported them.  COUNSELLOR VISITS  Cory Regan,, past counsellor of  Elphinstone Secondary school, was in  Gibsons last weekend visiting Bill and  Gladdy Davis. Cory lives in Victoria  where she had been working for the Dept.  of Education.  Don and Janet Ritchings (Plows) had a  baby girl, Michele, sister for Scott and it's  another grandchild for Russ and Mary  Plows.  BAND CONCERT  Wednesday night's concert by the  Canadian Forces Naden Band was well  attended. Under the direction of Capt. C.  Feury the band played a variety of  classical and popular music to please the  most discerning ear. The band was  welcomed by Commodore Morrow and the  response of tho audience was very enthusiastic.  NEW OWNERS  We would like to welcome Mr, Cha and  Mr. Choi of Vancouver, new owners of the  Link Hardware Store In the Sunnycrest  Mall, to this area and wish them success in  the hardware business. Mickey and Doris  Parsey, previous owners, say they don't  have any immediate plans but certainly  will be staying on the Peninsula. In the  meantime they are taking a lengthy, well-  deserved rest.  DANCE AWARDS  At the Surrey Festival of Dance, which  took place last week at Bear Creek Parte  auditorium, local dancer Valerie Kettle  took first prize In Solo Choreography and  first in Duo Jazz, group tap and group Jazz.  quote Maryanne West's comment: "It is  great, should be interesting to have a  woman prime minister, although gender  has nothing to do with the price of eggs."  Maryanne feels it's a pity that Flora ���  Macdonald did not win the PC leadership  then perhaps we could have followed suit  with a woman PM.  Janet Webb says "if we believe in  equality it really shouldn't make the  slightest difference to have a woman PM."  Janet recalls that many years back when  Mrs. Thatcher was with the Ministry of  -Education she was called "Mrs. Thatcher  the milk snatcher" because she ruled to  take the milk away from-the schools.  -Bob-M<_Kenzie*aySi-"if she's capable-  a=  inception  Kavanagh has noticed other establishments upgrading their premises which is  good, he says. He definitely feels he holds  "his own" both here and in comparison to  city pubs. From the onset, John had a five-  year plan and certainly is going about  accomplishing it. The Pub has been  completely remodelled and the shopping  mall.is well on its way.  His Bonniebrook Place subdivision with  12 view lots is almost ready to go on the  market too. John Kavanagh knows his  business and good luck to him.  <o  THE YELLOW PAGES SECTION of your new telephone directory  is closing NOW! Are your listings O.K.?  -WeYensounding.lT��_Ffinal"al^rr^    and make sure they're correct. Here are thenpoTntslowatcTITor:^^  Are you listed under all the headings you should be under?  Can your customersfjnd y.ou_e_asiJy_?_   Are your key employees and their positions in order?  Are all the firms you represent listed?  ' Have you double-checked all names, addresses and numbers?  CHARGES APPLY FOR CHANGES AND EXTRA LISTINGS.  FOR INFORMATION CALL OUR BUSINESS OFFICE.     .  B.C.TEL��  of leading a party then she must have the  ability, the people have spoken."  GOLF OPENING  Sunday, April 29 was the official Spring  Opening of the Golf Club and tbe tournament was _a_ Mixed -Scramble .with 22 __  four-person teams participating; Prize  winners were: 1st team 6 under par,  Wolfgang Relche, N. Kurluk, B.  Lawrence, Jack Milburn. Second, team 4.  under ?par, Roy/Taylor j ��oreer. ^Gregory^, ���  Mardi Scott, Archie Dove, third team 3  under par, Ed Laidlaw, Lee Redman; Jim  Munro, Bub Montgomery. Fourth was a tie,  and by a process of elimination the 2 under  par winners were Bill Fraser, Ted Kurluk,  Bill Cormack, and Alex Warner. This was  a very popular tournament and was very  oversubscribed, so the committee plans to  hold more of this type of tournament.  Everyone enjoyed the delicious luncheon  and the weather was perfect!       v  WATERCOLORS  The Allen Edwards watercolor  demonstration was fascinating to watch  the many painting techniques that he  mentioned were certainly of great help to  any artist or budding artist. He says "the  secret of water color painting is to always  simplify as much as possible." If you have  overconcentratlon of detail, you lose  strong interest, so stick to basic elements.  TOURISM GROUP  There is a group of 20 tourist counsellors coming to the Peninsula May 11,12,  13 sponsored by the Mainland Southwest  Tourist Association. This project is called  FAN (familiarization arrrangerpent) and  they will tour the pulp mill, booming  grounds, museum, etc.  Does Your Club or Group  Report Its Activities  Regularly to The 'Times'  J   ifY  introduces n|~|oft  yl-loll Ii Ihe new construction ol lha pnnuli'r Daniadown quill,  l- oil lata lha down lining expand lo Ha lullaat im.nl'ind  maintain) tho high quality that Daniadown I) noltd tor, IIHolt  aniuraa that tha Daniadown Ii lha aolieit, moat comlortabla  quill you can buy and learned with our wide range ol acRvi-  ���oilos ihe decorating poeeltilll|lee are ondleai,  Head our tree colour brochure, or coma and aee ua, One ol our  linlnod alall will tin Imppy tq help you aelect the right quill lor you  Iron) our wide range,  M danicxtowftquiltsltd  %JE VancouvBr.QO,  P'    "Ovor 10 yonre of Quitlliy A Sorvlco"  SUNSHINE INTERIORS  886-8023 886-7411  t, OIJNPA SASARATT j  *pii!m\  Provincial  Elections Act  Province of  British Columbia  NOTICE TO PROVINCIAL VOTERS  i  ABSENTEE  VOTING  ON  ELECTION  DAY  If you are away from home but  still in British Columbia on Election Day,  there is a way to vote.  Absentee voting means that If you are absent  from your own electoral district or polling division  on Election Day, but still In British Columbia,  you can vote. In certain greater Vancouver and  greater Victoria electoral districts voters may  not cast absentee ballots within their own  electoral district,  On Election Day, go to the nearest polling  station and request a special Absentee Ballot.  Remember, you must be on the Provincial voters  list for your electoral district to be eligible to vote.  You vote for the candidate of your choice In your  electoral district. .  To assist the local election officials, give thorn  the name of the electoral district where you are  registered, or ask for assistance to locate the  name. The election officials will have a list ol  candidates for all electoral districts, polling stations  will be open throughout the province on Election  Day, May 10, from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Pacific  Daylight Saving Time. As an absentee voter you  can vote anywhere in British Columbia.  In the Victoria, Surrey and Vancouver  electoral districts, two members are elected. Voters  registered In these districts may vote for two  candidates and will be advised at the poll.  ELECTION/'79  BRITISH COLUMBIA   ,-.    7 ICi��Mortorv Chief Eladoral Officer, -  2735 Camble Street, Vancouver, B.C.  r The Grub Bag  Mother's Day treats    r���-���    -���7 ���r^~���By-Ann  , crafts  fair deadline May 31  Wednesday, May 9,1979  InNewOrleans,thewordforaspecial,un-' and platter tightly together and turn them  expected little sornething -? Is laghiappe. over. Slqwly lift"off the mold. Caramel will  Well, Mother's Day calls for just such a   fall as a liquid sauce over the1 custard. Will  -dessert-Raspbeny-diiffon-He has-that���serve_eight4o4en. "-���   dessert elegance we had almost forgotten.  And best of all ��� chiffon pies can be made  ahead of time. Chill until ready to serve,  then garnish just before serving. For you,  Mother. Have a happy day!  RASPBERRY CHIFFON PIE  Breeze-fresh with raspberries and air-  light with whipped egg-whites, cream and  gelatin.  One 12-oz. package frozen red raspberries,  thawed  ~Cto~3=ozr-~package~Taspberry*f_avor(  gelatin  .Ji^-_p-Vjeiy_h0t_sateE_^_^  __._ _3uns-iiae_(_cffl-*_art^ per-.  . sons ate invited to apply for space in the  seventh biennial artists and drafts fair  sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of North  Vancouver.'  Only HIGH QUALITY work" will be  ^ccepted-in-tl-is-popular-lower-malnland-  event  - Deadline for applications is May 31,  1979.  ' The four-day fair will take place October 18 to 21 at the North Van Memorial  Gym  complex,   23rd  Street   and  St.  -George's-Ave. ���   The Peninsula Times  PageA-7  NEW OFFICE SPACE  OCEAN VIEW in  WHARF CENTRE  Paired Parking in Socholt Any SIzoAvallablo From.  Only. $4.00 par sq. ft. 300 sq; ft. to 1600 sq. ft.  �� "across from tho Loglon"  BILL COPPING 085-3281  .  or  RICK SIM 885-2062  y_ cup lemon juice  .Vz cup heavy cream, whipped  dash of salt /  2 egg whites  Vi. cup sugar  One nine-inch baked pie shell  shell)  J^-unr__Bsp_berri5s^resery_ingr  Dissolve gelatin in hot water; add lemon  "juice and two-thirds cup raspberrysyrup.  Chill until partially set;beat until fluffy;  fold in the raspberries and whipped  cream. A3a~sglf~to egg~whltesrbeart-ll'  . soft peaks form. ~ ,  Fold egg whites into chilled raspberry  mixture. Pour into cooled pie shell. Chill  -until set ���about three hours. Garnish with  additional whipped cream and raspberries  if desired.  CRACKER PIE  (This crustless pie has a meringue-like  exterior. It should be baked a day or two  before serving���so the meringue has time  to soften). . *  12 saltine crackers, crumbled (% cups  crumbled)  1 teaspoon baking powder  1 cup pecans or walnuts, chopped fine  Whites of three large eggs, at room  temperature  1 cup granulated sugar  1 teaspoon vanilla extract  y_\ cup heavy cream, whipped  Grated or shaved semi-sweet chocolate  Grease a nine-inch pie pan. Heat oven  to 350 degrees F. In a small bowl mix  7 aTimbledcrackers-with"bakihg~pdwdef  and nuts. In a medium bowl, whip egg  whites until soft peaks form when beater is  lifted. Add sugar slowly ��� one-four cup at  a time, beating after each addition. When  meringue is stiff, white and smooth, beat  in vanilla. Gently stir cracker mixture into  meringue.*Spread this n__^u"e^pn-yfnfo  prepared pan. Bake 30 mihutes; until pie is  puffed, light brown and crisp on top.  Remove from oven and place on a wire  rack to cool. Pie will crack and fall as it  cools. Cover the cooled pie and refrigerate  for one or two days. Just before serving,  whip the cream. (sweeten sligthly) and  spread on top of pie. Sprinkle with shaved  or grated chocolate. To serve, run a thin  knife around edge of pie and cut into  wedges. Makes 12 servings.  .itnt.vm  ,-**(���_v   V&  ~\  wtdoes that  \  CARMEL FLAN  A party specialty ��� even dieters ask  for seconds.  V_ cup granulated sugar  One 14-ounce can sweetened condensed  milk (not evaporated)  1 cup milk  3 large eggs  yolk of three large eggs  Vz  teaspoon  almond   extract   or  two  teaspoons light rum or 1 teaspoon vanilla  extract (your choice of flavor)  Have ready a four-cup ring mold or a  heat-proof casserole or eight individual  molds. In a small saucepan, melt sugar  until sugar is caramel-colored liquid  (watch closely ��� it burns easily, use low  heat). Remove from heat and pour into  mold. Quickly grasp the mold with pot-  holders and turn the mold to coat the.  bottom and sides as much as possible with  the caramel. Don't worry about an even,  neat coating. Let the mold cool about 10  minutes while caramel hardens. Heat  oven to 325 degrees F,  Put sweetened condensed milk, egg  yolks and flavoring into an electric  blender. Cover and blend eight to 10  seconds at medium speed to mix  thoroughly. Pour the egg mixture into  caramel-lined mold. Put the mold into a  larger pan filled with warm water, to a  depth of one-half an Inch. Bake for one  hour, until custard is set and knife inserted  one inch from the edge comes out clean  (that Is, with no uncooked mixture  clinging to It).  Remove from oven and remove mqld  pan from water. Cool completely and then  refrigerate up to two days. Cover the mold  with an Inverted serving platter, hold mold  Christian Science  "Thil. is'the day which the Lord hath  made; we will be glad and rejoice In It."  (Ps 118 24)  Recently a Baptist minister prepared a  sermon ontltled "Tho Dawn of a Now  Day". His congregation, the previous day,  had suffered the effects of a severe tornado, but he stayed with his title.  Mary Baker Eddy gives us this  definition of Pay. "Tlie irradlance of life;  light, the spiritual Idea of Truth and Love.  .. and 'There shall be no night there.* "  J __*_-__         __a���ttaHl ���-��� U_____iIfcW      -____44____>~.,',-lJfl*______m       ���������       _\_\ ���    -  tocience ana -teaitn wiuT Key to trie   Scriptures). '^j~���_21___r"  Black "Pearllto" Totem Poles, from  two to ten Inches high, made In British  Columbia. Just another gift idea from ���  Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  Last year was a good year for MacMillan  Bloedel���after several lean years. World  demand for forest products was strong.  Never before has MB brought so much  money into B.C. We did well and we're  proud of it.  In 1978, for the first time; MacMillan Bloedel's sales were over  two billion dollars. Our worldwide  profits were over $100 million.  ThatVa lot-of-moneyrand-it means a  lot to B.C. .      >  We paid nearly one billion two  hundred million dollars to people and  \companies who sell us supplies,  equipment^-services, everything from  ships to paper clips, auditing to chain  saw repairs^  About five hundred and thirty-seven  million dollars were paid to the  24,000 people employed by MacMillan Bloedel.  One hundred and twenty million  dollars in income, property, sales and  other taxes is going to governments.  The more money we make, the more  taxes we,pay. B.C. needs healthy,  profitable industries to . generate  money for social benefits.  Our 17,000 shareholders���private  individuals, trust companies, insurance companies, investment  companies���shared about twenty-  four million.dollars in dividends.  The rest of the profit, about seventy-  six million dollars, has been  v ploughed back into the business to  make mill$ mote productive, buy  new, more efficient logging equipment, develop new, faster ways to  make paper, haul wood, produce  wood products. It makes every  worker more productive, every job  more secure.  In the current five-year period, we're  investing more than seven hundred  million dollars in B.C. for improvement, enlarging mills,, making  them work better, purchasing  the very latest harvesting machinery,  speedier transportation���to make  our products more competitive in  world markets,.  We will be investing another three  hundred million dollars in other  MacMillan Bloedel operations in  Ontario, NewBrunswick, the U.S.,  and other countries. These investments help strengthen this B.C.  company in world competition.  Twenty-four���thousand^-VfecMillan  Bloedel people have helped make this  one of Canada's great financial and  business successevfrSSrftiepeople in  the forests and mills to the top  -policymakm.-Afe  tough times we have turned the corner. From an average return on capital  employed of 2.8% oyer the previous  three years, 1978's is a gratifying 10%.  MacMillan Bloedel is a very healthy  company���so healthy that a few  months ago the news was humming  with attempts to take over this  independent enterprise. We believe it  is best for B.C. that we rernain an  independent I_��.C. company.  .__._.__..___._____. ___________ _._..____. .-i..-.-_.1-.....-.ir-.[.--..L.|f..^fr.l|j.,rr,-.|..1l||J|1jt.|[|..riu.ll|l.l]|0-l|-.,||.,..  this is MacMillan Bloedel's annual  report. It explains how our business is  going, management plans and policies,  gives historical figures over the past several  years, discusses future plans, If you would  like a copy or you have a question, just  write us at MB REPORTS, 1075  W< Georgia, Vancouver, V6E 3R9.  MACMILLAN BLOEDEL  ! PageA-8  ! Peninsula Times  Wi^^^S^S^^iMiii.  fe?a  !fm  WJ>��  M  B<f%S  mv  XV  yu-ui  m_W~  mm  MM  up Field Road  Cafe and go to  ���you'll be glad you did  3p\ec��  Proiessv  onai  Sf6  WE CARRY  Your World"  THRALL YOUR  DECORATING NEEDS  5 ft.  Tempered Sliding  Glass  SHOWER DOOR  DuraPouch  JOURNEYMAN  CARPENTERS  LEATHER APRON  i  Only  $36.95  ��2v  !r  *r.-_  %���  iSfe  ��� ��?i  all leather  PLUS LOADS  OF INSTORE  SPECIALS  YOU'LL NOT  WANT  TO PASS UP  ^%1*��  SEE OUR WORKING MODEL KITCHEN  LET US ASSIST YOU WITH ALL YOUR  HOME BUILDING AND DECORATING NEEDS  7:30 am-5:30 pm  DAYS fl WEEK  ������ ^^V^^^^   I  ^^^V    _m^^__ '"-"��� ^v^b   _______���___________!��� ^k ' Police news  Police are still investigating the  whereabouts of Julie Helen Klachan, 31, of  Madeira Park, last seen early February 20  in Madeira Park.  There was a report May 2 that.Social  Credit elections signs have been removal  from near the SPbeiidat the endof Cowrie.  Marigolds were reported stolen from  outside a residence oh Cooper Road May 1.  A "smash-and-grab" at Sunshine Coast  Section B  Wednesday, May 9,1979  Pages 1-Si  "TV in the early hours of April 28 neftecT  .thieves a Zenith __igl-61 desk-top clock-  radio valued at $80 arid a Pioneer turntable; ^Mx)del No, PL630, Serial No.  Y113651, valued at $570.  A window was smashed in the  passenger side of a tilick parted outside  the Golden City Restatitant about9p.m.  April 27.   '  One Mercury five-gallon gas tank was  stolen from a boat on Keats IslandMay 3,  Gibsons RCMP reported last week.  Two thefts from residences on Dunham  JEloadm^oEtMeU(>hJMay4are^ti_l,under=  investigation. Cash in the amounts of $340  and $52 was stolen.  One pair: of 750 Bd_Jinell binoculars  worth $65 and (Hie uSesd Spinning reel worth  . $35 were reported stolen from a boat in  Gibsons harbor April 27. -7 '  School District No. 46 added its objections to the proposed rezoning of the  Rockwood Lodge property to accommodate a 30 unit apartment block on  Shorncliffe..  In a letter to Sechelt village council last  Wednesday, district secretary-treasurer  Roy Mills wrote on behalf of the school  board, that the apparent block would "add  to the substantialtraffic^problem which  already exists at the intersection of  Shorncliffe and Highway 101."  of elementary students to and frolm  Sechelt Elementary; school buses and a  large number of parent cars dropping off  and, picking up children before and after  school, all coupled with the rather imprecise nature of the junction between  Shorncliffe and the bend of Highway 101,  makes this a bad place to inject a  significant amount of additional traffic-to  and from an apartment block located  ralmostatthe apex of the current traffic  congestion."  "The location is not the best at any time  and is particularly poor just before and  just after school hours ...  "The substantial foot traffic of many  secondary students to and from Chatelech  Junior Secondary School; some foot traffic  Council  filed   the" letter  for  slderatlon at the public hearing.  con-  MALASPINA COLLEGE  POWELL RIVER CAMPUS  CLERK TYPIST INSTRUCTOR  SAURY: B.C.G.E.U. Category 1, $l,538.67/Month  \_-_  DUTIES: Instruct Clerk Typist program which includes Bookkeeping,  Office Procedures, Typing, Business Machines, Business English and  Communication. The successful candidate will instruct a five month  program beginning on October 1, 1979 and continuing until  February 9, 19801  QUALIFJCATibN: Appllcd^s should have at least five years e^-*  per ience ia,bff ice workwjbere duties include Bookkeeping, Typing -"  and Getteral Office Procedures. Persons with teaching experience-  will be given preference/  Apply to: Joe Gubbels, Director, Powell River Campus, 4800 Marine  Avenue, Powell River, B.C. V8A 3E1. Telephone: 485-2878  Gibsons massage  clinic to open  .The Sunshine Coast's first full-time  therapeutic massage and hydrotherapy  clinic will begin operation in Gibsons this  -weekend with open house^cheduied^rdm 2  to 5 p.m. Saturday.  The Cedar Cottage Clinic, located on  Chaster Road, two doors down from the  beauty parlor near Gower Point Road, will  be run by Elizabeth Brown; EN-MS, who  was recently qualified by the B.C.  government as a massage therapist  Mrs. Brown is well known to residents  for her classes in homemaklng ahd  psychology of early childhood and has  trained as a masseuse in both Europe and  New York.  She has been a registered nurse since  19467       : "  She is now qualified to du therapy work  on doctor's referral under the B.C.  medical plan.  The clinic features steam cabinet  treatments along with massage and Mrs.  Brown will be giving up to two-hour  sessions with a full three-quarter hour  massage included for the public as well as  regular, shorter treatments for such  ailments as bursitis under the medical  plan.  She is planning to add a f orced^dr bath  ^ to the clinic pbMblj|r as early as next,  month. <���  .'���-.��'-  Mrs. Brown says she got interested in  starting the clinic to help others after  doctors highly recommended the massage  treatment she had given her husband's  arthritis condition prior to his medical  treatment.  Provincial  Elections Act  Province of  British Columbia  NOTICE TO PROVINCIAL VOTERS  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  GENERAL  ELECTION DAY  .  MAY 10  If you are registered, you will receive  a card in the mail showing where you vote.  ��� Polling stations will bo open throughout from  8;00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Pacific Daylight Saving Time.  ��� Please bring your official "Where to Vote'1 card.  EI_ECTI0N/79  BRITISH COLUMBIA  wWMW* ���w^Ms$��*#��?*l'����S(  K. L..Morton* Chief Elettorai Officer,  2735 Camble Street, Vancouver, B.C,  ��� -4-_._  PHONE  885-3231  Page B-2 ___--The Pe��insuls_I1mes  May 9,1979  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Card of Thanks���7���  ���  PLEASE      REV.   - Tom'  Help Wanted  "s '���  Phone 885-3231  Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula Times  1 for Westpres Publications Ltd.  at Sechelt. B.C.  Established 1963  7300 Copies Distributed  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  ~Orr8 Insgrttem.. I-tKt  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In  Memoriam, Marriage and  Engagement Notices are $7.00  (up to 14 lines) and 60c per line  after that. Four wards per line.  Birth Notices, Coming Events  take regular classified.rates.  Ad-Briefs must be paid for In  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  to receive cash discount.  Subscription Rates;  Nicholson accept my  grateful thanks for a special  return visit to Sechelt to nonor  my dear, late husband  Wuliam with special prayers.  , My husband, I know, was very  happy: Also a very big thank  you to Sister Trudeau who was  so faithful during those hard  months; her visits to the  hospital. My special thanks  also to Father Angelo for his  very consoling evening  prayers. And lastly, a very  -speciattl  for  SUNSHINE COAST - Sechelt  mechanic'  Business Opportunities Regl Estate  Boats and Engines       Cars and Trucks  ^Journeyman  required by June 1,1979. Ford  experience preferred. Send  resume to: General Manager.  Box 966, Sechelt, B.C. VON  3A0. Mr. Copping, 885-3281. .<  h 1004-24  SUNSHINE VILLAGE  requires: Heavy-duty  Mechanic, full time; position  available immediately; diesel  experience preferred; salary-  commensurate'   with;: ex-  i -��-,!.  -- - ��� ���Bat1tan--TOU*<Hihe-lad-es���periehceT-���MtiinteriiH-ee  ThVee insertions.' $4.30  [?_*_*' *7 00wr     of the Catholic Church for   Manager required for vehicle  l��-SJUaS^$_te_ffi^^  v ���'.*������   ��� 7 ___--�����*��� ___��_,   _*_>��������� *-__.4>ti��a*�� CMAfi. mtr  FOR A sincere, low-key  proTessional-lool--!^  Agiway opportunity, phone  Maureen or Art, 885-9595.4972-  26  WANTED: Distributors to sell  and assemble vinyl sash  windows. Small investment.  Best suited to carpenter or  woodworking shops. Woodcraft Industries Ltd., Box  4599, Quesnel, B.C. V2J 3J4.  4998-26  7MiAJXLR_-A-RRLlAJSJC|I-  OCEANVTEW!  -__ompj-Etemarine:  6-yr-old Gothic Arch beauty.  Sunny Selma Park. 3 lge.  bedrms, 100 x 125 treed lot, 5  min. from Sechelt, $41,500.  ROSS GAMBLE  274-5017  United Realty  736-3831  4782-24  Display Ad-Briefs  '        . $3,60 per column inch      '-  Box Numbers .. .7"... $1.00 extra  Legal or Reader advertising 30c  jfter agate.line.  U.S.A $10.0byr.  Overseas $11.00 yr.  Senior Citizens,  Local Area $6,00  Single Copies     ,... 20c ea  Announcements  I���     ���    I-    _n.-i--ssls>|l     ss.     ij   ���.____._��� ___.l___.   __.,  ,���.-..  ALCOHOLICS fAnonymous.  -Meeting, every-Thurs.r&30~  Sn, Wilson Creek Community  a_lr885-2896or885-3394. 4816-  tf  -CAR-WASI--J-at_^Jktey--12,.  Sechelt Elem.   11   a.m.  Sponsored by Timber Trail  Obituary  COOPER:  J. Eric, of 3405  Highland    Drive,    Port  ljgr  juit  lading Club. $1.50 per wash,  50c per vacuum. 4988-24  ROBERTS   CREEK   Community Association monthly  meething May 16,8p.m., hall.  4970-24  Birth Announcements  ED & ISLA Nicholson are  , proud to announce the birth  of their first born, a son, Quinri  Adair, 8 lb. 10 oz. on May 3,  -1979. Grandparents are: Mr. &  Mrs. James Adair, Barrhead,  Alta. and Mr. & Mrs. Charles  Nicholson of West Sechelt. We  wish to extend a special  thanks .to Dr. Rogers & the  nurses at St. Mary's for their  gentle attention. 1028-24  Obituary  JOHN GERALD Cody:  Passed away suddenly May  2 in Sechelt, B.C. John leaves  his wife Margaret, son Jack of  Delta and daughter Sandy of  Blaine, Washington; 5 sisters:  Adelaide, Cyrell, Helen,  Gladys & Kathleen; 2  brothers: William & Roy: 5  grandchildren: Colleen, Sonn,  Jason, Chris & Tracey. John  was a member of the  MacKenzie-Paplneau  Veterans & also served in the  Coquitlam, ETC., passedaway  peacefully- at home after, a  lengthy illness, on May 2,1979.  Mourned by his-loving-Wife���  Pearl, son Douglas, daughter-.  In-law celia, grandchirdrerr"  Christie and Bradley, son  Alan, daughter-in-law Jay,  and grandson Daniel, sons  Gordon and Norman,  daughter Jennifer, sister Jean  and brother-in-law Jack  Patterson, many nephews,  nieces and other close  relatives and friends.  -Memorial service at Boal  Memorial Chapel, 1505  Lillooet Road, N. Vancouver,  at 12:30 p.m. on Friday, May  4. Pastor H. Erickson officiating. Flowers gratefully  declined. Donations to the  Canadian Cancer Society -  most appreciated.  Arrangements through the  Memorial Society of B.C. and  First Memorial Services. 4957-  24   Card of Thanks  THANK YOU too - People at  NDP office, SVFD, RCMP &  Bill  Lozoff.  ���  J&C  Electronics. 1021-24  THE FAMILY of the late Dr.  Verdon Paick Rasmussen  who passed away April 21,  1979 wish to thank their  , friends & relatives for the kind  words of sympathy received &  the generous donations to the  Cancer Society. ��� Ireane  McKenna&family.      1017-24  I WOULD.like to thank my  very good friends Les &  ments on our return from my  dear husband's last resting  place. I thank you ajl from the  bottom of my heart. Sincerely.  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Chargex  and Mastercharge approved.  4324-tfn  NEED A Divorce? For free  information and  professional, fast, inexpensive  lawyer-designed services,  contact: Vancouver Divorce  Service, Suite 8, 1734 W.  . Broadway,_VancQUV_er,_B.C._  V6J1Y1. Ph. 736-2684.   4851-27  Help Wanted  EXPERIENCED . reporter  required by modern  southern Interior weekly  newspaper. Steady position  for competent person. Usual  benefits. Give full particulars  to: Advertiser, Box 142,  BCYCNA, 808,207 W. Hastings  St., Vancouver V6B1H7. 4843-  25  EXPERIENCED TV & Stereo  technician to work part-  time on commission. Contact  Miller Marine Electronics.  886-7918. 4811-tf  FULL     AND     part-time  waitresses and cook needed  for Husky House restaurant,  EXCELLENT     SECOND  business,: low overhead,  high- income. Establislied  customers plus all equipment    &   training.   Phone   Lee  PIPELINE~AlW^dTth^nr~CH-1st-aiir8@9171;���1016-tfir  Jobs. Earn up to $3,000 per     ���: = =���-  month. Learn how to secure  these and other high-paying  jobs; Send long self-addresseo  stamped envelope for further  PRIME LAND  FOR LEASE,  details regarding informative  Labour Market Guide: LMES-  1 Box 7810, Station A, Edmonton, Alta. T5J3G6. 1006-24  MECHANIC FOR routine  repairs for mountain hotel  service station. Must be  willing to pump gas and have  some knowledge of -diesel  engine maintenance. Salary  $8504900 to start, less room  and board. Send resume to:  Mary Stevens, 1520 Alberni  , St., Vancouver, B.C. V6G1A3.  1009-24  EXCELLENT business op-  - -portunity: - ���become��� a  (Jhimney Sweep. All equip't  needed plus tra_ningrCa_n_ee  Approximately 280 feet of  "HiglwairlUT" Freril0ge~f or=  Lease directly across from  Sunnycrest Shopping  Center, Gibsons^ Suitable  for Auto Sales, Mobile  Home Sales, 'Recreational  Vehicles, Boat Sales or  what have you. Will lease  'all or portion"fo~sult'your  -requirements.   Contact Owner ��t  ELECTRICAL WIRING  SERVICE  NOW AVAILABLE THRU  MILLER MARINE  ELECTRONICS  886-7918  3823-tfn  HEADWATER MARINA  LTD  Moorage and Marine Ways.  Down Narrows Road   883--2406-24-haurs   '71 MG Midget in excel, cond.,  ���lowTjrileager$27007fl834187r~  4857-25  '69 GMC 4x4, 2 spare tires, 2  spare      tanks,       good  mechanical cond. $1750 obo.  883-9368. 4862-25  '69 GMC % ton 4x4 w-canopy,  needs ,new engine, best  offer. 885-5064. 4873-25  ������ ������ ���  .I    i_.i_.ii_.i_.ii_. ,__.���  ,) ��� M,i ��� i ���.,.. ___._,  '64 FORD Fairlane V8 auto,  runs well. $200 obo. 886-9424.  -  4885-25  or 885-9850  [after 6 p.m.]  *< _- o. .��� ,.__���...   ^���m?^SfeS   phone495-2211. ���  WANTED IMMEDIATELY, a  qualified welder. Minimum  no. 2 ticket req'd. Apply at  Precision Machine Works,  4464 Franklin, Powell River,.  4854667. ~ 9840-26  REQUIRED Tm7-  MEDIATELY, qualified  machinist. Apply at Precision  Machine Works Ltd., 4464  Franklin, Powell River, 485-  6667. 9841-26  SOMEONE to care for elderly  lady in her home. 885-2069.  4949-$  HD MECHANIC required byroad consruction company.  Shop, field work on Caterpillar equip't, welding experience preferred. Reply to  Box 77, Avola, B.C. VOE 1C0.  4915-25  213, for 33 years. Memorial  services were held May 5 at  Trinity Lutheran Church,  Delta. Pastor E. Kroeger  officiated. , No flowers oy  request. Donations may be  made to the Canadian  Diabetic Association, 4480  Main, Vancouver.       4976-24  McFIE: Passed away April  29, 1979, William Stewart  McFie, late of Sechelt, in his  84th year. Survived by his  loving wife Gertrude ancT a  sister Rita in England.  Funeral Mass was celebrated  by Father Tom Nicholson on  Thursday, May 3 at the Holy  Family Catholic Church in  Sechelt. Interment Seaview  Cemetery. Devlin Funeral  Home, directors. 4964-24   ���.   ��� ___ :���  4997-24  For Quick Results  Use Times Adbriefs I  ���  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i ���  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  ���  hospital. Also grateful thanks  to Mrs. Joan Korgen for her  close companionship &  guidance during the final  moments. My grateful thanks  to you all. Sincerely, Gertrude  McFie. 4990-24  I WOULD like to thank Dr. W.  Bur-nick, nurses & staff,1  especially Nurse Breen, tor;  their kindness & patience  shown my dear late husband  while in St. Mary's Hospital!  Sincerely, Gertrude McFie.  ��� 4987-24  TO THE PALL Bearers, my  grateful thanks. Mr. Olaf  Korgen, Mr. August  Steinhouser, Mr. Joseph  Benner, Mr. Frank Brown.  Mr., John Walker and Mr. Pat  Murphy. Very sincerely,  Gertrude McFie. 4992-24  "i,  i  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  3 lines for $2.15  Run your ad 3 times for the price of 2.  Prlnl your ad In iho iquarir.  word.  De itiro |a loav- a blank i(>_c�� afl-r oocli  Thr��o lln-H Ii $3,13, Eacl -ddlllonal lino Is 60c.  Tak* advgntag* of our ipoclol laving*.  * Run your ad tw|co ��� Ih* third tlm* l�� MH.  " II you pay tor y< 'ir ad Ih* Saturday b*lor* publication you g*t a  discount ��� 3 Sc lor I Imortlon -- 40c lor 3.  Mall us your ad, or drop It old  In t*ch*(t at th* Panlntula Tlm*�� OHIc*  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  Box 310 Sethett, B.C.  V0N3A0  CLASSIFICATION  >  $2��  60c  60  60*  Nam*  ^ddr-si    ..  * rsirMCoirr  ���wmr  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  Phone  101  Christian anytime. 883-9171.  3554-tf  Wanted to Rent  2 BDRM waterfront cottage  wanted for Aug. 942-538} or  write Geo. Van Zvylekom,  1461 Knappen St., Pt.  Coquitlam V3C2P7.     4792-25  WANT COTTAGE 3-5 mo. in  .Secret   Cove,   Egmont,  Pender, Thormanby Is. area.  Reply 681-8155 or Box 310 R.   49^25  SELF-CONTAINED    furn.  accommodations    for  Srofessional male. Call Mr.  [ornltsky, 886-9033, aft. 5:30  p.m. 4968-24  For Rent  FOR  RENT:   Wilson  Creek  Community   Hail.    Call  IMabel Dooley at 885-9804.  3691-tf  PENDER HARBOUR,  Duncan Bay. Charming,  quiet seclusion, view lot near  sea & lake, paved road, city  amenities. FP $10,000, $1000  down, 9 pet., $100 per mo. Ivy  Potts, 883-2402. 4835-26  Work Wanted  EXPERIENCED clerk for  Sechelt office. Good typing  & bookkeeping skills essential. Friendly, co-operative  manner in dealing with public  necessary. Reply to Box 218.  Sechelt. :;     4978-$  RETAIL LUMBER  salesperson. Experience in  all phases of the business.  Profit-sharing possible. All  inquiries held in strictest  confidence. Owl Builders  Mart. 885-2244. 4985-24  VANCOUVER ISLAND  Sawmill requires qualified  grader, preferably with  Export R list experience.  Start immediately. Offering  hourly rate, production bonus,  profit sharing. Phone 752-9706  or write Cepa Sawmills Ltd.  RR 1, Quallcum Beach. B.C,  V0R2T0. . . v    4093-24.  WORDKING SERVICE  Manager for Import  dealership in B.C.'s beautiful  Bulkley Valley. Journeyman  with Toyota experience  preferred. General auto-truck  maintenance and repair.  Excellent wages and benefits.  Write: Manager, Box 2800,  Smithers, B.C7V0J2N0. 4995-  24  SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 50  (Queen Charlotte).  Secondary Prlnclpalshlp.  Applications are invited for  the prlnclpalshlp of the G.M.  Dawson Secondary School at  Miwset, B.C. This school tas  an enrolment of 270 pupils and  the position carries an administrative allowance of  (9,753. Preference will be  given to candidates with post  graduate work in educational  administration, who show  evidence of successful  teaching and administrative  oxperlence and who are  resourceful, energetic and  enthusiastic! Applications  should be submitted to; N.E.  Keis, District Superintendent  of Schools. Box 69, Queon  Charlotte City, B.C, V0T 1%  not later than 79-05-25. 5000-24  ADVERTISING SALES *  VMdy newspaper - needs  salesman, Some management  duties. Advancement  potential. Attractive salary  plus bonus scheme. Write;  Bill Graham, Publisher,  Lake*District News. Be* 109,-  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES LTD.  Let us care for your tree  needs:   ���  -Topping  -Falling  -Limbing  Insured work  "Our reputation  speaks for Itself"  ph.885-2109  Renting  One bedroom  apartments  Balconies  ; Colored Appliances  View  ' Wall to wall carpet  * Drapes  * Intercom  * Controlled Entrance  * Cablevision  Rent from $190.00  Call DOUG FERRIS  885-2283  .  GIBSONS  WATERFRONT  Well kept older 2 bedroom  home with self contained  ���accommodation - In full  basement. 48 x 343' level  garden lot with many fruit  trees and boat house.  Central location, excellent  Investment $63,900.  E. Insley  Block Bros. Realty  Ltd.  987-9950 or  980-8311  3283-tf  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 Ciapp  for free estimates  885-2125  after 7 p.m.  Box 1341 Sechelt  4437-tfn  WINDOW CLEANING  Hourly or Contract  free estimates  085-5735 mornings  3527-tf  THUNDER PAINTING ;  Interior & Exterior  professional work at  reasonable rates  Free Estimates  5 years on the coast  885-3301 & 880-7019  3B01-tf  ... ���",���-���'���   i.'������-"������' ������         ������msisMiii..i.iiii..-...s��i.-,w "���  SMALL APPLIANCE   '  REPAIR  through  MILLER MARINE  ELECTRONICS  886-7918  3822-tfn  WILL BABYSIT in my home,  weekdays only. 886-8205.  4876-25  Business Opportunities  NOW     LOCAL     Amwfiy  distributor    offers    opportunity for good earnings.  You pick the hours, we assist.  MAPLE CRESCENT Apartments. 1, 2 & 3 bdrm apts.  Reas. rent. Incl. heat,  cablevision, stove, fridge. 886-  7836 or apply Apt. No. 103-A.  4121-tfn  TRAILER PAD, Irwin Motel  & Trailer Court. Close to  Sunnycrest Mall, 8864615.  . 4893-25  MOBILE HOME pad In West  Sechelt. 885-2079.     4962-tfn  2,000 SQUARE FT. upper floor  office, rent as is at $450 per  month, or we will renovate to  suit. Heat & parking Included.  Ph. 885-3224 for appoint, to  view. 4980-24  1  BDRM   furn.   cottage,  Halfmoon Bay, $150 per mo.  885-6500. 4982-24  ROBERTS CREEK 2 bdrm  ste, $325; 4 bdrm ste. $360,  avail.  Immed.,   c-o  Mitten  Realty, 885-3299,9 to 5. 4989-26  PROFESSIONAL office or  retail space avail. In  Agasslz. 0.400 sq. ft., air cond..  on ground floor: units of 800  sq. ft. or multiples thereof In  Credit Union centre. For full  details contact Alan  Birkenhead, Fraser Valley  Credit Union, 2584 Cyril St.,  Abtfotsford V2S 2G2. Ph. 853-  4831 or 530-0758. 1003-24  BARGAIN HARBOUR,  deluxe WF house, 2 bdrm,  w-w, elec. hoat, IV* bath,  washer; dryer, all appl., incl.  dlshwsh. Idoal retired couple.  Long-term lease avail. $400  per mo. 883-2384. 1014-26  SUMMER RENTAL. 2 bdrm.  , furn, boach cottage, Davis  Bay. FP, Avail last 2 wks of  June, all of Aug. only, 6854310  oramm,       '1025-26  EXCEPTIONALLY fine view  lot  in West Sechelt.  On  sewer. Ph. 885-9796.    4724-tfn  KAMLOOPS AREA, 8.12  acres, 5 houses, 3 cabins. 13  miles from Kamloops on  Yellowhead Hwy. Lots of  hobby farm room. Asking  $250,000, % down. Phone 578-  7393._^-^_^_-__^,4999-24-_  3% ACRES Gulf Islands  (Mayne) character log  home, cottage, out-buildings,  two wells, fruit and nut trees.  $50,000 cash. Contact P.O. Box  76, Mayne Island VON 2J0 or  phone 539-2325. 1013-24  LOT FOR sale in Gibsons,  view of north shore  mountains. On the end of a  quiet cul-de-sac. 1 block to  shopping centre. All services  including sewer. Offers to  $14,000 855-3818. 1019-26  __. : I -__-_-___  Mobile Homes  '76 12x68 Berkshire, 3 bdrm,  carpet,  drapes,  all ap-  Eliances incl. washer. & dryer.  ,ge sundeck. Asking $15,000.  886-2706. 3913-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   J 1  '76 24x60 4 bdrm, 1% baths,  comp. furnace, 2 porches.  Replacement value $42,000,  asking $38,Q00 firm. 886-9880.  4820-25  MOBILE HOME furn'd 1  bdrm In Big Maple Crt, an  exclusive adult park. Cozy,  well kept, w-w carpet, elec  heat. Has to be seen to be  apprelcated. $6450 obo. 885-  208 or 885-9638. 4882-25  >��.IWHM"lfWHWft��l ������.p-WrTmi* j|HWjlMiili|i !i|ipt��w��ini-^n|�� frf  2 BDRM 10 x 55 Mobile Home  with 8x30 sundeck, w-w  carpet living rm & kitchen,  with wall oven, countertop  burners, fridge & double sink,  E* imb, for auto washer in  thrm. Blt-ln drawers in both  rms, vanity In larger. Oil  barrels it stands, etc. $6,000  1020-26  firm. 8-5-3398 afti.  REGISTERED  Spaniel pups,  hunting strain.  3922,   Comox,  Tsland,*   Brittany  Excellent  Phone 339-  Vnncouver  4996-24  YOUNG MAN to do outside  work. Min. $5 per hour, For  short period. 88W737.   1024-24  RENT IBM  SELECTRIC TYPEWRITER  Student rate $85 month  For more Info re: Service,  Rentals, or Purchase (calc.  . BEEBY  Office Equipment  434-9144  4 4879-26<  Real Estate  CUTE LITTLE house for sale  owner. 886-7031.  COZY 2 bdrm & storage  w-w carpet. 886-7306. 4J  Use Times Adbrlefil  12x66' 4  quick  anytime  BDRM.  sale,  3826-tfn  GARDEN BAY MARINE  \   SERVICES LTD.  15'6"       Hourston  _Si_devying  .  353 GM"--  usedT~371"  Nissan   -  used;   Volvo  AQD 40-280 leg - new;  74 12x68 SAFEWAY, 3  . bdrm. all appl:, good cond.  Asking$11,800798^6444. 4956-  29  CLEAN AS NEW 12x60 3 bdrm  Port Royal Incl. fridge &  range. Asking $11,800. Jack  Noble. 883-2701. H,B. Gordon  MenaeiLtd;, 885-201?. 4952-  440   Chrylser-rebuilt  120 Mercruiser -  new.  BOAT MOVING  IMMEDIATE REPAIR SERVICE  7 DAYS A WEEK  Sinclair Bay Road  883-2722  4355-tfn  '69,_-_pRD__IOQ_.pi_ckup,..gd.  25' BOAT, Inboard, head VHF,  CB, record w-depth sounder, many extras, van. 324-  9544,883-2322. 4832-25  8x45' HD bolted construction  wooden float, styrofoam  flotation, commercial type,  $2500. 883-2709, 464-5451, eves  291-1642.    ' 4822-25  20' O'DAY sailboat. 4 sails,  head, fixed keel, fibreglass  hull, 6 HP. 483-9109.      9914-25  20' CABIN CRUISER, 35 HP  Volvo, Volvo Penta leg,  toilet, sink, trim trabs, anchor, depth sounder, auto  bilge pump, $3250; 19* cabin  cruiser, 105 HP Chrysler,  $1350 obo. 885-2497.       4894-25  DAVIDSON Chugger 21'  diesel cruiser, 24 HP V2  Farymann diesel eng, comp.  w-2:l reduction gearbox,  galley, stand-up head, teak  interior, oak brightwork,  hand-laid HP moulded  fiberglass hull. $16,000. 885-,  9006, or 885-2807 eves.   4899-25  Your  fH CATERPILLAR  CatarpiHtv. C*\��tmiav*Trutonwrtiof CMirpitor Tractor Co.  ENGINE DEALER  ON THE  SUNSHINE COAST  PENDER HARBOUR  DIESEL LTD.  Hwy 101,  P*nd��r Harbour  883-2616 or 883-9921  20' REINELL softtop w-head,  loaded,   165  Mercruiser  T4EZ Loader trailer, top cond.  885-5101 aft. 6. 4901-25  14'   RUNABOUT,   canvas  decking, very good cond,, c-  w controls & 28 HP Evinrude,  $600 firm. 8854901 weekends.  4902-25  SAILING dinghy wanted, 12' -  14'. Should ne "one-design"  class. Condition not important  if repairable. 883-2287.1015-26  22 FT TURNER Lapstrake  inboard. Equipped. $1,100  ONO 886-9831. 4984-24  2 ONLY Aluminum boats 16'  need work Best offer. 885-  2235.   , 4963-26  '��� " " .'     ������������������-������' ps-sih-w-S-B.S-.-.^T__���^  Cars and Trucks  '73 CHARGER SE, ftUto., 400-4  bbl,   mags,  new  brakes,  engine   overhaul,   radials  37,800 ml. $3995 firm. 885-9588.  , 4842-25  '77  PACER  DL,   1   owner,  approx 26,000 ml., gd. cond,  Hurry make mo an offer. 885-  2022, 4800-25  NEW FORD pickup box. $600  obo. 886-9191 4804-25  '67 VALIANT 6 cyl., clean,  good running cond. $325.885-  3107 or 8854882. 4906-25  '65 CHEV M��T Carryall. $150  obo. 888-3782. 4865-25  running  order,  $950.   885-  3650, 4974-tfn  '74 PONTIAC Parisienne 350,  2 dr. hardtop, 60,000 mi.,  new studded tires incl. good  cond., $2,400 obo. 885-9846.  aroundsuppertime..-.-. .4971-24  MOVlNG7MUSTsell. '78 Ford  F 150 Half ton, 6 cyl, 4 sj  low mi. Ask. $5,500 obo.  -2889or Box-1594, Seeheltr-4960-  J4         -  1500 WV VAN engine, 20,000  mi. reblt, $200. Transaide,  -$200.886-704k 1018-24-  RELIABLE ,   CAR.     19$9  Valiant,. new  brakes,  chg., tune-up, $450 firm. Ph.  Dorraine, 885-2337 or 885-2455  aft. 4:30. 4983-24  '73 510 DATSUN, 4 dr., auto,  new radials, rear defog. 886-  9064. 4973-26  '67 CHEV van, long box, 6 cyl  std, propane tank, rack &  furnace, insul, runs well. $950 -  cash. 8854575. 4948-25  '75 TRIUMPH Spitfire, 25,000  mi. $3,000.883-9484 eves.  4953-25  Campers and Trailers  CAMPER for import, furnace  & icebox. 885-9452.     4868-25  18' TRAVEL trailer. Skylark,  sleeps 6, toilet, fridge, stove.  883-2336. 4875-25  TENT    TRAILER,     good  cond'n, $125.8864208. 4895-tf  ;'748%' Cannonball Camper, 3-  way fridge, 3-brnr stove w-  oven, furnace, sink, dinette,  sips 4; hyd. jacks, as new,  $2700. Bob 8854211 or 885-2503.  4896-tf  8'x30' SEMI-FURN trader.  On WF lot in Porpoise Bay.  Can be easily moved. FP  ^$2,950,Jem_s^J8W$310or 885-  3417. ^T~~~T0^2T  Priced for  885-2600  .      3409-tf  GENERAL  HANDIWORK  *Carp<tntry  ^fftffcttinr1      '  *On�� ton truck,  Contract or hourly.  885-9068  20'  ARISTOCRAT  trailer,  good cond., lO-yrs.-old. 883-  9692. 4959-24  VANGUARD Deluxe, 18% ft.  trailer, tandem axle, sips. 6,  like new, used 2 wks. 885-5675.  4954-24  Motorcycles  ���76 YAMAHA 125 Enduro, low  mileage, good cond. 885-3688  after 6. 4794-25  '77 YAMAHA XT 500 Enduro,  only 5000 km. 885-2614. 4878-  25  '77 HONDA 554, pew tires,  immac. shape, $1650 obo,  885-5304 after 5. 4905-25.  RM80, GOOD condition, $425.   Ph, Steve, 885-2852 aft. 4  p.m. 1023-24  More Classified Page B-4  COMPARE!!  2x4H��mFlr  ���td ft btr  $336 mbm  or 23c Ft.  2x4 PracuU K.D.  Sprue* Studs 92-1/4"  $298 mbm  or 2 left.  2x10 ft 1-2 Fir  , $445 mbm  or 76c ft.  INSULATION  R-12  $145 m. sq.ft.  R-20  $240 m. tq. ft.  R-28  $330 m. sq. ft.  1x6 Salt Tr.at.d  Channol Codar Siding  $595 mbm  or 32c ft.  PLYWOOD  4x8x3/8  ���td spruco  $8.97 shoot  4x8x5/8  tftg spruco   ; $14.85 ���h����t -  Seohelt Building  Supplies U4.  MMiw.'Taurt1 Wednesday, May 9,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageB-3  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  883-2794  Highway 101 at Francis Peninsula Rd.  HASLAM CREEK WATERFRONT ���  A unique and Incredibly beautiful property  of IS acres and approx 750' of beach. Included is a 4 acre oyster lease, small cabin  and year 'round creek. An' Investment to  ���4ult-_either-.-aa-.individual-or���a-gtoup���-.at   $165,000 with terms.  ==EX���EPTIONALLY-tARGE-iOT   Desirable location on Francis Peninsula.  Over an acre of privacy in a park-like  setting. Water and power are to the lot line.  Close to the water and just a short walk to  the Government Wharf ��� Can be yours for  $15,000.  WATERFRONT LOT ���  - Deep protected moorage at Egmont. This lot- -  has trailer .pad,-water, kower and septic--  -  field already in. An opportunity plus at     '  $35,000. '#*%  McNAUGHTON POINT ���  1.9   acres - of - choice -view   waterfront   -  overlooking Malaspina Strait, Most_charm-  Ing 3 bedroom home with sunken living  room,   ship   deck  floors  and  cut   stone  fireplace. A little sprucing up will make this  retreat worth much mor^r��arrfrur$707000      "  asking price,  MADEIRA PARK ���  High on a hill overlooking the harbour, Gulf  and islands Is a large (100' x J 64')  lot  waiting for your inspection. The sweeping'  view   Is   unmatched   and   what   an   in*  vestment! $12,500 for quick sale.  John Breen - 883-9978       Mike Rosse  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ���  "PENDEROSA" 'at Garden Bay. Drive-in,  take-out, groceries, 2 bedroom living  quarters with close water view. Here's a  growing business and good home in the  mosFTougfiT after "spot 6rT tKcTBTCTcoast"  Like to live here wouldn't you? Call Mike  Rosse at- 883-9378."'""  HARBOUR MOTORS ��� at Kielndale. 4 bay  service station, body shop and store.  Separate small 3 bedroom home for owner.  This is a money-making situation. If you're a  good bodyman, this is it I Call Mike Rosse at  883-9378.-   .    _._ _ '   HARBOUR SUPPLIES��� Plumbing, electrical,  furniture and' appliances. .This business  shows a good return and is increasing every  -year^-No-competltlolt,--for���mIles.___B__lec  operation for couple wanting to make their  future In this'area. Priced to sell quickly so  don't delay, phone now for details. Jock  Hermon, 883-9978.  BOX 100  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  883-2233  REALTY  LTD.  TOLL FREE FROM  VANCOUVER:  689-7623  Member of Multiple Listing Service  HOMES  PART TIME ��� Why be a thumb twiddler. We  can show you a small, growing- business  currently operating 6 hrs per day, 4 days  per week. Lots of time for fishing or |ust  taking things easy. A small investment will  bring rewards ... Call Mike Rosse at 883-  9378.  883-9378       Jock Hermon 883-2745  .FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 1596 sq ft 5 BR  home with "3 ~* bathrooms; partially  finished rec room, hot water heating, 5  appliances. Built 1976. 84,000. o  2->7* ��4s*p*s#*-  _______---_____P-_MH_--__ft__Nt__WI-^^  GARDEN BAY ESTATES��� lovely 3 BR  cedar home with a view. 2100_fc sq. ft.  on main floor, partial basement with rec  room & workshop. $105,000.  GULFVIEW" ROAD   ���   Madeira   Park,  ' fantastic view from this new home ��� 3  new appliances, fireplace. $87,000.  |SjNCLA!R BAY ROAD ��� 3 BR_vlew home,  '1656 sq. ft., built 1974. Dble. carp6rt7��  storage room, heated 34x20' swimming  pool. Large lot, level & fenced, with  large garden area. $130,000.  _��!_  FLORON__  AGENCIES LTD.  35  Real Estate & Insurance  "Box 238; 1589 Marine Drive/Gibsbhs  886-2248  SELMA PARK ��� Luxurious custom built home has three bdrms, also  completely finished basement. Cathedral entrance is brightened by  mirror wall; deluxe carpeting throughout and many extra features, i.e.  builtin oven, dishwasher, etc. Exterior is finished with vinyl siding;  property is landscaped and has a view to Trail Islands. Just a 1/4 mile to  school and located in choice residential area. Don't fail to see this fine  home. Asking $67,000.00  LANGDALE ��� Panoramic view of Howe Sound and North Shore Mts.,  from this comfortable 2 bdrm family home. Has finished basement with  kitchen and bath facilities (in-law ste., or?). Main floor is 1022 sq ft, has  large LR with FP and w/w carpeting. Range, fridge and drapes included.  Carport with paved drive. Sundeck for summer relaxation. Only $57,500.  LANGDALE ��� Many oustanding featuros in this contemporary-styl  ~TvTrm  home.  SpactoorHrrrastetHxInT^-wttk^ and   lined;  cathedral ceiling in LR, finished in Calif, redwood; FP finished with  Arizona sandstone. Kitchen has barbecue &rotisserie, ceramic tile floor.  _ Basement.ready for finishing touches, has a window wall. Cozy family  room adjoins kitchen. 2 FP with heatilators, double glazing on main floor.  $85,000. Call George Cooper for app't.  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 ��� 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. Close to shopping, on sewer. Priced to sell at  $46,900. .  GIBSONS WFT��� Gower Point area; 2 bdrms, large living room with FP,  electric heat, full basement could be made Into rec room or extra living  area. Garage with lighted drive, beautifully landscaped. Very choice  property. $85,000.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� This well-built contemporary home has over 1040 sq  ft, Is located on Hanbury Road, and has over 20 acres with all-year creek,  power, young orchard, good gardening -��� beautifully treed. This property  offers complete seclusion and privacy. By appointment only, call John  Black for details.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� New subdivision, 2 bdrm house on large lot; lower  floor has utility room, storage and extra lavatory, Some view of Georgia  Strait from upper floor; priced to sell at $39,500.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 3 bdrm home on Lower Road; full basement with a/o  heat; large lot 110 x 145' has some fruit trees, space for garden. House  has FP In living room and sundeck for summer leisure. Priced at $48,000.  VETERANS ROAD ��� Comfortable 3 bdrm family home, lovely post &  beam construction with stone FP In living room. Main rooms are arranged  In attractive open style; extra room In basement, a/o heat. Ensuite  plumbing. Situated on large lot with good garden area. Must be seen.  PORT MELLON ��� Cozy 3 bdrm home oh Dunham Road, FP In living room,  attached carport, nice size lot 70 x 173. Asking $37,500.  LOTS  GLASSFORD ROAD ��� Nice building lot, on sewer; good residential area.  $13,000.  '"' FIRCftteSt ftD ��� New subdivision,'lot size 61 x 131. Priced at only $9,700.  LOWER GIBSONS ���  3  lots,  corner School  Road  and   Hiway   101,  tremendous potential, high traffic area. $175,000,  GRANTHAMS ��� three lots on Reed Road. Good Investment property,  potential view. Asking $8,750 each.  WHARF ROAD ��� Langdale, good retirement area; lot 65 x 193'. Try your  .��� -oiler, . ���   ...        .    ROSAMUND ROAD ��� Three lots cleared, ready to build. Only $10,500  each, ���   .      *  Evenings Cad: John Black, 886-7316;  Ron McSavaney, 885-3339;  George Cooper, 886-9344  -GARDEN J8AY___-_.3_-.R split level_home,  built 1977. 6 appliances, 2 -sundecks,,  carport. Excellent- view. Landscaped  seml-waterfront lease-lot. $35,000.  3 BR vltw bonau-  .,FRANCIS^NIr4$U-A---^eai^new-3- MADElR��_BARl&_lj��eresfjng-CBRvlew-  bdrm'split level. Fireplace, sundeck &       nomo-   architect   designed.   5   major  'carportj. $60,000. ,       appliances., $77,000.  stone fireplace, ensuite, 6 appliances.  Close to marina.-$75,000rOne-t:artaxh  business available with above for od-  ditlonal $10,000.  MIDDLE POINT��� 2 BR home, 1100 sq ft  on 9.5�� fairly level, treed acres. Well.  850+ ft frontage on Highway 101.  $49,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 4 BR home with view  on landscaped lot. Large workshop &  equipment storage area in back. Ideal  location for builder/contractor. $69,500.  NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 BR home,  fireplace, sundeck, 3/4 acre lot on Hwy  101. $37,500.  GARDEN BAY ��� 4 BR home on 2 levels.  * Electric heat. Landscaped, close to stores  & mprinas. $54,000.  LULIES (PAQ) LAKE ��� 3 BR home on 5_fc  acres. Fruit trees, garden. View over  lake. $77,500.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ~-' 3 BR home,  built 1976. Ensuite, fireplace, double  carport, landscaped lot. $56,900.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR view  home, thermopane windows, fireplace,  w/w , 3 bathrooms. Easy walk to stores.  PO & marinas. $67,500.  BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� 2 BR view home,  built 1971. Fireplace, double garage,  garden area. $42,500.  LOTS AND ACREAGE  i  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  1.   r.   ,     _���  LOTS  lots.  7. GARDEN BAY AREA ��� view lots, on  Garden Bay estates & Sinclair Rd.  $13,500-$21.250.  LOTS  8. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 8 nice  building lots at corner of Cochrane and  Cameron Roads. $11,000-$ 13,000.  1. MADEIRA   PARK   ���   serviced  $7,000-$22,000.  2. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� serviced lots.  $9,000-$24,000.  3. SANDY HOOK ��� view lot on Por-  polse Drive. $8,000.  4. WARNOCK ROAD ��� excellent lot,  ~landscapedrseptlc-tank--i-foundatJon-for--  12x60' mobile home. $16,000.  5. BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� 1.5 acres,  treed, serviced. $25,000.  6. MOBILE HOME LOTS ��� seven lots,  serviced with hydro & water, on  Cochrane Road, Francis Peninsula.  $11,000-$12,750.  ACREAGE  3. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 3.4�� acres &.  -9-PENDER-LAKE-PROPERIIES���Sinclair-  Bay Road. Serviced lots, most with view,  three    with    lakefront.    Priced    from  $10,000 to $37,500.  10, RUBY LAKE ��� semi waterfront lot,  with road access & hydro. $9,000.  IRVINES LANDING ��� At last, a  waterfront lot with all the features you  have been looking for ��� 108 ft low bank  sheltered waterfront, westerly exposure, good view, nearly level and  nicely treed. $55,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 132 ft W/F in  Pender Harbour. 1.8 acres, deep  moorage, $50,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 83 ft W/F  in  Pender    Harbour     (adjoins    above  property). 1.22�� acres. Deep moorage.  -$367500; ���   SECRET COVE ��� Lot A on Wescan Rd.  Steep, but rids good building site &  sheltered moorage. On sewer system.  $35,000.  GERRANS BAY ��� 220-fc 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,  Pander Harbour. $150,000.  1. MIDDLE POINT��� 2.9 treed acres on  Hwy 101 wllh 949i sq ft 2 BR home wllh  carport. Drilled well. $39,500.  ,%   RUBY LAKE ��� 5;_ treed acres, close  to public lake access*. $19,800.  4��. ocres, seml-waterfront. Overlooking  Malaspina Strait & just a few feet to the  waterfront. Hydro, water & paved road.  $40,000 each.  4. Near Ruby Lake ��� 8.39 acres on Hwy  101. $25,000.  5. Near Madeira Park ��� 15 acres,  21501; ft on Hwy 101. $44,000.  6. Francis. Peninsula ��� 1.8d_ acres,  corner of Warnock and Francis Peninsula  Roads. $17,5b0.  7. WARNOCK ROAD ��� level lot, almost  one aero. Good soil, selectively cleared,  $24,000.  8. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 2�� ucres  with panoramic view of Pender Harbour.  12'x20' cabin, concrete driveway.  $32,000.  9. EGMONT ~ 11 �� treed acres with  year round creek, Road access, $49,500,  ACREAGE  EARL COVE ��� 5.57 acres, 450 + ft  sheltered waterfront adjoining ferry  terminal. Excellent site for possible  motel, hotel, camper-trailer park.  $135,000.  EGMONT ��� 2,27 acres with 387�� ft low  bank waterfront. Good driveway to  waterfront. Launching ramp, site has  been prepared for possible use as W/F  trailer-camper park 8, fishing resort. An  excellent property. Full price $95,000.  EGMONT ��� 3.8��, acres with 550i: ft,  low bank waterfront. Float, launching  ramp. Whole property Is terraced and  levelled ready for development. Drilled -  well. $165,000.  EGMONT ��� 7 acres with" 540 fl low  bank waterfront, Site has been  prepared for possible use as a large  WF trailer-camper park &��� fishing  resort. This Is an excellent property  ad|olning the Egmont Marina.  $180,000 ��� Owner will finance at  bank Interest rate,  ST, VINCENT BAY ��� 400�� ft waterfront,  5.97 acres, water access. $29,500.  WEST LAKE, NELSON ISLAND ��� lOOsfc  acres, 4140_fc ft. choice lakefront,  1800_b ft. oceanfront on Vanguard Bay.  2 log cottages with fireplaces, 1 post &  beam cottage. Access by boat or fldat  plane. An excellent buy for $140,000,  i  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY!  i  'MADEIRA PARK ��� get yourself out of  the home and Into thl- easy-to-run  clothing business with good potential.  $22,000. plus stock.  Also available with above��� l.OOOisq,  ft. commercial building with room for  expansion. $53,000.  TROUT FARM ��� PENDER HARBOUR, Ready  to go ��� raceways Installed to handle  160,000 trout. 95�� acres land,  Provincial commercial trout farm  llcenco, Water licence. Locatod on Hwy  101, across from Pender Harbour  Secondary School, $266,000.  vfnuia***^  I WATERFRONT HOMES I  , *   ���"��� ��"'-��'��'-M������-��W��S.-^��MSS��-MSW-M��M��MWlJsW  m  MADEIRA PARK -  ad|olnlng living quarters, One acre with  104' frontage on Madeira Pari-, Rd,  Zoned R3. $52,000.  vacant store bldg,  GARDEN BAY MARINA ��� 700* lineal  feet floats., Living quarters, laundry,  showers. On leased land. Complete  marine gat A diesel sales. $03,000,  I  ISLAND  i  ���^*%_*..^  .������tlsi- ���.,7i*r**'t���1  M.I     *is��i*Wli��  HOSPITAL BAY ��� 3 BR home with 1/2  baiement on 30:fc ft low bank waterfront. Southerly exposure. Float,  sosxtoa.   ,... -  ~.  GARDEN BAY ��� spacious 3 BR home on  1,16 acres on Claydon Road, On 95 Jb ft  waterfront with float and boathouie,  GUNBOAT BAY ��� 3jfc acres wllh 3 BR  home, 3 cottages, float, On 152_fc ft  waterfront. Near Madeira Park,  $125,000,  JUNCTION ISLAND ��� ST. VINCENT BAY -~  10.75_t ��.������, treed, sheltered  moorage, several coves, oysters, 13 min.  ride by fast boat from Earls Cove or  Egmont. $120,000,  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  0LLI or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233  > Page 13-4 Peninsula Times  '    May 9] 1979  KAWASAKI KH400, 1,300 mi.  Ricbman racing faring.  Exc; cond., $1,000,886-7963.  - ,:        -, ,   . _.   4975-26  Livestock  HORSESHOEING. Call Bob  Hopkins eves. 886-9470. 330CK  tfn  -CHICKS- brown egg iayers,-  whfte Leghorns, white  Hocks. Order" early*sKip  anywhere. Napier Chick  Sales, 6743-216th St., Box 59,  Milner, B.C. VOX 1T0. 534-.  7222. 3462-tf  HORSESHOEING,    exper'd.  Farrier, Warren Drader  available, 886-2977.      4864-30  REGISTERED   Thorobred  gelding,  well-trained  &  gentle, $500 without tack. 885-  -a8B5op88M888 4961-26..  ��',���" -' ���.( ���  .j  Doug Joyce  Bob Bull  885-2761  885-2503  REDROOFF---  -$67,501).  REALTY LTD  885-3211  FREE REAL E$TAT__C*TALoV>UE  ���Post Off Ice Box 1 _19-Sechelt  Jack Anderson  Stan Anderson  Doii Madden  885-2053  885-2385  885-9504   SECHELT  J$47,500      Near new, large, bright, -economical three  bedroom home, 1 year new, 1260 sq ft.  Thermopane windows' and .doors, central  fireplace, open plan, no stairs, level lot.  Large sundeck,. carport and���storage. Good  value at $47,500.. Call Don.  New waterfront 3 bdrm home with expansive" View of Georgia Strait and Van^  'couver   Island.   Features   shake   roof,  stainless steel 'Shaw' firepldce & skylight.  Treed lot. Bob.  -VancouverToll Free:684-8016  REGISTERED Recorded  Dairy Goats, milkers. Bred  and open yearlings and kids.  Write Jim Reesor, Box 2569,  Merritt, B.C. VOK 2B0 or  phone 37(1-5907. 1008-24  Lost  *s  FROM HILLCREST  neat.  Cnidl, "Bo* neutered tabb>  Persian cat, 3 yrs old, bat;  _UedT:o--aT^-aT-re1agr88fr-  9106 _4897-2S  Wanted to Buy  LOGS^-TTHV-BER wantecl,  fir,  hemlock  or  cedar.  Porpoise Bay Logging Ltd.  885^408 or 885-2032.      4485-tf  WANTED: Waterfront,  property, Pender Harbour  or Secret Cove. Older house,  protective moorage w-wharf.  E. Anderson, 16456-10 Ave.,  White Rock, B.C. 536-7384.  4837-25  USED   100   LB.   &  20  lh.  Propane tanks wanted. Call  885-3143. 4986-26  -2���100 LB.-PROPANE tanks,  , older Propane stove, midsize freezer. Ph. 88W765.4955-  26  ��� ������mmm���__mmm~m���^t.__________^m.____m~~m'~���������������������^������������  OLD GROWTH cedar blocks  24" long, 100 pet dear of  defects, 90 pet edge grain nto  sap wood, 95 pet over 6" wide.  per cord delivered to  liwack. Ph. 8584471 for  info. 4938-26  For Sale  LADIES, Mens. Childrens,  Maternity Clothing, 'New &.  Nearly New'. Encore  Boutique, 2445 Marine Dr., W.  Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon-Sat,  10-5; 1414 Lonsdale, N. Van..  980-8011. 4457-tf  LUMBER: 2x4s-10 ft', 2x6s-  20 ft; 3x8s - 60 ft; 2x103 - 45  ft. Ph. 522-3328. 3460-tf  .WESLSECHELt  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  WEST SECHELT $60,006  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. CaU Doug.  8 ACRES VIEW COUNTRY ESTATE $97,000  1400 sq ft full basement home with  -spaciousJiving/dining room-Fireplaces-up.  ~-and=t_ownp-plus=extra- flue=in basementv=  Open staircase to rec room, extensive cedar  work inside and good kitchen cupboards.  Large c'port with storage & 22x45' swimming pool. Approx 3 acres landscaped  lawn. Orchard, fishpond, year-round creek,  garden, greenhouse & complete privacy.  Call Bob. s  VIEW OF TRAIL ISLANDS $82,000  Luxury new West Sechelt home. Tastefully  decorated with numerous extras.. Well-  insulated, energy-conscious home with a  fireplace that must be seen, plus provision  for space heater lower level. Tastefully  decorated with numerous extras. 3  bedrooms, sunken tub, shower, large level  'garden' lot, sundecks, double carport. The  price won't shock you once you see it. Call  Bob for an appointment.  CREEKSIDE HOME $68,500  On 6/10 acre with parklike setting,  towering trees & spacious, easy to maintain  level lawns. One year new expansive home  has two large bedrooms. Separate entrance  hall leads to a large living room with  fireplace that invites gracious entertaining.  A 23x28' attached garage could be converted to an extra bedroom & family room.  An added plus is a 440' workshop with 3 pee  plumbing, Close to best sandy beach in  area.  ^  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 glpzing. Government prepaid lease has 19 years, to  run. FP $32,000.  ROBERTS CREEK T '7 * ���    ���"~ "     $52,00Q  3 bedroom home ;on 1,67 acres; Spacious-  open plan of 1320 sq tt~has ensuite off"  master bdrm. Home has family room and  utility.   Reduced  drastically   In   price  for  immediate sale. Take Gibsons home In  trade. Bob.  0  LOTS  VILLAGE, PEBBLE CRESCENT LOT��� $12,500. Save some trees &  have a garden on this level Lot. Easy walking distance to all shops.  Price now only $12,500. Call Don.  DAVIS BAY WATERFRONT -  .   $36,500  Large lot with a fine beach.-Fairly steep access but walkable.  Fantastic southwest view. Nicely treed._ (Stan)  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY $120,000  Sechelt Village. Fully rented, mostly on  lease. Shows.good return on investment.  Opportunity to- invest in this growing  community. Details to bonafide purchaser.  Doug.,  PENDER HARBOUR $67,000  .Madeira Castle_���.unique_r_ome.for._value &.  location. 2800 sq ft with breathtaking view.  Decor includes original murals, sunken gold  bathtub & extensive cedar work. Double  windows throughout and easy to heat. MLS  Bob.  WEST-SECHELT LOT: $16,900. Large creekside Lot on quiet cul de sac-  gives privacy in parklike setting with many beautiful mos. Services  at road. Call Don.  SECHELT VILLAGE $42,900  -Attractive 2 bedroom home, no stairs,  newly decorated in'& out, on level 66x122'  lot. Close to post office and shopping. 8x12'  tool shed, rear lane, landscaped. Call Don.  -HARBOURSIDE^  DEVELOPMENTS  LTD.  presents:  FOR SALE ��� the old Pool  Hall on 103 ft. waterfront  In Lower Gibsons. This .  prime location property  has tremendous potential  for future development.  Close to site of marina and  existing harbour. Priced at  $80,000 for early sale.  Phone 886-2207  9am-5pm  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS ��� $10,000. Extra large building lot in area of  new homes. All services including paved roads. Call Doug.  SANDY HOOK LOT ��� $10,300. Approx 70 x 127' with shed on.  Hydro, phone & water on paved road. Close to boating & fishing.  Call Don.  SECHELT VILLAGE $36,900  Near new 3 bdrm modular, home on clear  garden lot with carport. Price includes  stove, fridge, washer & dryer and is completely furnished. Walk to shops. A bargain.  Stan.  PRICE REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE $54,000  Like new 2 bdrm bsmt home. Good layout  with southern exposure and view. Save  money' ��� extra insulation, twin seal  windows and heatilator fireplace. Call Bob.  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.  Tife~r6o.r21.8Bsq 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.'  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  $12,500."            REDROOFFS AREA: Wildwood Rd., 125 x 200' level lot, very easy to  build on. Beautiful evergreens. Priced  for  immediate sale  at  ~$nT200; _-   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 slipway. 400' sq ft cabin with fireplace & large deck.  Partly furnished. Asking $49,000.  ROBERTS CREEK: Large treed, serviced lot close to beach & golf  course. Quiet area, mobile home permitted. FP $11,900.  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.'  HALFMOON BAY: Approx 1.1 acres. 2'BR home. Could put second  home on this property. FP $44,900.  SECHELT VILLAGE $68900.00  Panoramic view of village and Trail Bay.  Like new spacious home with room for  veryone-including   home  occupancy   In  lower level. Features are too numerous to  mention. Check them out with Bob 885-2503  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.  PALE GREEN carpets, $125,  14x11' & 7x11', good cond.  685-2966. 4836-24  OLDER PRIGIDAIRE, 50"  . tall, working cond. small  Uttbox, $50.8834958.    4812-25  MACLEODS  Spring & Summer    ,  CATALOGUES  Mow Available  Pick One Up  485941  GE     PORTABLE     auto,  washer. $70 obo; garbage  burner, $15 obo. 685-3171. 4816-  25  8x45' HD bolted constmcUon  wooden float, atyrofoam  flotation, commercial type,  $2500. 883-2709, 4644451, eves  &M642. 482345  ��� - ��� ���-. -mmmmmm* miiii iii in ii i. iii mmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmwmm -���; ���  ASHLEY automatic Wood-  stove, good cond. $125. 885-  2642. 4803-25    . ��� �� ���   1 CB JOHNSON Messenger 6  channel, hand held, $185: 1  CB Pace mobile, 23 channel, 2  weather channels, $150. 886-  0757. 4872-25  WELramt^iU^aarlcir  house. Holds up to 2* ft  boat. Can be seen at Johnson  and Goodwin at Indian Arm.  88M101. Wkends. 0204065.  1037-28  34'i PROPANE atove, 4  burner & oven, good cond.,  1145; Renault 10 (or parts,  $100, eng. has 32,000 mil. 686-  W. 4900-25  WILSON CREEK  3 bedroom 1200 sq ft sea view from this  new full basement home. 3 pee vanity bath  plus ensuite off master bedroom. Fireplace,  shake roof, dbl carport. Cement drive,  landscaped, plus garden lot has been  completely developed, Real value at  $59,000. Terms. Call Jack.  SARGENTS RD.  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME $65,900  3 bedroom, full basement home on a large'  landscaped lot, ��� Lots of sundeck on the  southwest side. The home also has an extra  large attached double garage with direct  entry to ' the basement. Rec room and  bedroom in basement are basically  finished. Call Stan'.  EGMONT WATERFRONT I: Excellent investment opportunity. Close  to 560' of waterfront with 5 acres & a 5 yr old, double wide home.  Asking $85,000 with 1/2 dn. All offers & trades will be considered.  EGMONT WATERFRONTAGE: Over 20 acres with approx 1000' of  waterfront. Could be an excellent investment. Vendor offers terms  wtth $50,000 dn. Consideration given to trades.  A FINE ACREAGE: $35,250,full price ��� Sechelt Village. Just under 5  acres with an attractive view and lots of garden soil. Treed property  with a developed well ahd good road access. Partly cleared. Call  Sfan.   .    ;'������   . '    ���     ..,      ���-.���.���  _ BUSINESS BLOCK  A ufTLT"(^DMiNE7^*>ehett'r^  business with an excelltn gross profit. Living accommodation on site  for the new owners at very little extra,  �����   .  __ ; : .  GOING CONCERN: Small trailer park, 4 pads and lots of room for  expansion, 2.41 acres of land, some trees. Wilson Creek location.  Very convenient. FP $60,000.  HALFMOON BAY: Commercial opportunity on Hwy 1011 Gas  station, auto repair shop Investment. A one of a kind. Zoned C2.  Asking $39,900.  SEMI RiTIREMBNT MJSINISS OOINO CONCIRN $74,800 FULL PRICI  TWO LAUNDROMAT LOCATIONS. TIRMS A TRADI  Both of these sites are Ideal for year-round steady trade. 1A washer  dryers In one location. 7 dryers and 14 washers In 2nd location. All  equipment In top condition. Stores are clean and newly decorated.  Gross revenue approx $2,800 per month. For further Information  call J. Anderson 885-2093 Vane 684-8016 .  REDROOFFS: 4 side by side view lots, each 1,18 acres with 100 feet  road frontage. Excellent buys at full price $15,000 each.  SECHELT VILLAGE ��� Lot 6, selectively cleared leaving some trees.  View of the ocean & within walking distance to 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 LOTt Extra large 90 x 179' lot, corner location,  easy access. Excellent view of Trail Island, FP $15,500.  --WIL^GN^REEKrOirBrowffirlffftdTcrT^  beach, road access. This lot is partially cleared and fenced, ready to  build on. A quiet street close to all facilities. One of a kind at  $16,900.  WILSON      CREEK $11,500 ea.  Secluded building Lots located on a quiet dedd end street. The Lots  ore 150 x 70'. easy to develop and flat with some trees. Close to a  good beach. In area of new homes. (Stan)  HOMES  SELMA PARK: 2 bdrm part basement home on a large view site.  Home Is near new and In excellent condition. Wrap around sundeck  and double carport. Batement is finished, FP $54,500.  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT: Lot 100 x 725 ��� Great view with all  services, water, paved road, cablevlslon, hydro ,FP $29,000.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS: Inlet view lot 50 x 120 x 90. Close to marine.  Asking $13,500. Call Don.  VIEW LOTS, SANDY HOOK ��� take your choice of 3, prlcod low to  sell at $8,050 & $8,150. Owner will look at reasonable offers to  these low prices. ' t      ' .      ,   '  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.  SELMA PARK ��� $15,000. 1976 12x68' Bendix Paramount Mobile  Home. All new w/w Includes triple axles, tires 8, wheels, hitch,  stove ft fridge and 3 beds. This unit cannot be told from new, (See  Doug).  SANDY HOOK: Spectacular view Lot In quiet residential area. 55 x  163' zoned Rll. Mobile homes permitted. Asking $10,500,  COOPER   RD:   Lot   80x263',   treed,  road. Asking $11,500 Call Don.  Services along paved  $59,900  Watch the Beachcombers filming from your  living room window, This Immaculate home  has a fantastic view of Keats Island, Gibsons Harbour and beyond. Well-maintained  garden affords beauty and privacy in a  village setting. For appointment to view,  call Bob.  REDROOFF  RANCH INC. SUBDIVISION  REDROOFF RANCH INC. Phase I subdivision Is locatod on Redrooffs Road approximately  1/2 mllos west of Sechelt Vlllago. Hydro, telephone and regional wafer sorvos tho  division. The lots aro wooded and lovol to gontly sloping. Particulars of tho subdivision  Included In tho prospectus ��� ask for your free copy.  DAVIS BAY $69,000  Beautiful 3 bdrm home In prestige area. Has  one of the best views on the coast. All  services, A must for serious buyer*. Doug,  FAILL PRICE $41,900  3 bedroom, dbl plbg, Handy Sechelt locale.  Landscaped lot with U-drrveway. This home  Is only 3 years old, clean A bright, Real  value, Call Jack.  AQB.AT3 CRE1K 143.000  Brand new 3 bedroom home. Immediate  po��isi��ion. Try yourotfsr. Can Doug;  Lot 31 ��� SOLD  Lot 32 ��� SOLD  Lot 33 ���. SOLD  Lot 34��� $11,600  Lot 35 ��� SOLD  Lot 36 ���$11,900  Lot 37 ��� $12,750  PRICE SCHEDULE  Lot 36 ��� $11,900  Lot 39 ��� SOLD  Lot 40 ��� $11,600  Lot 41 ��� $12,700  Lot 42 ��� $18,500  Lot 43��� SOLD  Lot 44 ��� SOLD  Dimensions are given In both feet and metres  "''Y*"*  <-���  ��^>-  V��fO  :r~^:"',**:,��2-"Trjr '"^t~" ;r*"~*t' *"**���; ~-t| '������If ~~ ~jpl|*�����~ - ~f_��  ^ '    "">"t-i 4Vf/y^uJr'rtlf jif iiii,,, *' i.nVMpJllfcf��f i ���--������''"'  Lot 46 ��� $11,160  Lot 46 ��� $12,800  Lot 47  Lot 48  Lot 49  Lot 60 Wednesday, May 9,1979  Hie Peninsula Times  PageB-5  For SalQ,  mm.'   I .(__.' ��_    *  Formate  -----  i   '': it'  4HJ" WDB15" white spokes,  ' fit Jeep 4x4, Toyota, Bronco.  $100,886:2641. 48904!  PANASONIC CB  radio,  23  channel, originally $289,  now $100 incl. 8' fibreglass  whip antenna. 886-2641. WWl-tf  8-TRACK stereo tape deck,  good cond. $50.886-2641.  "'    48924f  -JEEP-PARTS-new and used  for all jeeps 1942 to 1978.  Huge stock. Low prices.  Gemini Sales, 4736 East  Hastings St., Burriaby, B.C.  V5C 2K7. Phone 294-2623.  .1007-24  NATURAL HIGH potency  vitamins, also reducing  plan. Lowest./prices in  Canada. Prompt service, Free  catalogue. Write- Vitamin  Discounts by Mail, Box 69337-  _JV, -StatiQBL JKV. Vjancouver,-  B.C. V5K 4W5. 1010.25  DIESEL Generator Sets, 3-4-6-  10-25-30-50 KW. Mostly from  stock for fast delivery. Call  Industrial Engines Ltd., 8975  Oak St., Vancouver, B.C. V6P  4B8. Phone 2664126.   1011-24  5 GAL. GAS tank for OB7S10;  bench vise 47 opening, $20;  bench2 wbl grinaerjflV- to:,1  $20; sanitaty toilet (new), $5.    ,  885-2898^   ?& <   .'498J-24 -  10 -.unit ;schoql,bu_ ';'  Business for sale with job.  -Write^ohnKornelsonrBox 88, <.  New Hazelton, B.C. V0J 2J0.  .Phone842-9748....,,<,    4994^24^ ,  COOKBOOKS tor Derkse"nT;  ���-Printers���tfie-Mennoniter^  Treasury of Recipes, 224  pages, spiral bound, ,$6.50  postpaid. Carillon' Centennial'  Cookbook, Soft cover, $2.50:  postpaid. Carillon Festive  Foods Cookbook; Soft cover,  $2.50 postpaid. . Derksen  Printers, Steinbach,  Manitoba, R0A2AO.     1002-24  Legal Notices  PROVINCE OF  ^RTTmCtoUMBIA,  "CHANGEOF  ��� NAME=ACT"~-===  (Section 6),  NOTICE OF  -���-r  885-3295  Acreage  Where Real Estate h serious���but a pleasure  CHoBis  Van. Direct  681-7931  box 979 Sechelt, BX. VON 3A0      .  Next to the Gulf Station  -.  - -  alljn  $350  12.5 CU. FT. Propane fridger  reconditfoned-l���yrr  ago. $350 firm. 886-9268 aft. 6.   -1022-26-  APPLICATION  FORCHANGE  OF NAME    ."  NOTICE is hereby given that  an application will be made to  -the Director of Vital Statistics  GARDEN PESTICIDES  & CHEMICALS  now sold at  for a change of name, .per-  suant to the provisions of the  ^'Changed. KfameAct;" by me *  : ��� CardAnne Jeff ries jotBo-t-  942, Sechelt, in the Province of  British Columbia.  MACLEODS  Sechelt  _jt|ame_f__)i-__|  Hes to Carol  4965-24  SEALY'  POSTUREPEDIC  box spring, mattress &  padded headboard. 885-26%.  _ 4967-24 _  1 BDRM HOUSE. Must be  moved. $1,500 obo. 885-2465.  4966-26  OIL STOVE & drums, $50. Call  886-7880 after 5. 4969-24  1 UPHOLSTERED brown  rocker, $40; 1 brown leather  rocker, $30; 1 wrought iron  -occasional-chairr-llSHl-kit-  chen step stool, $5; 2 stereo  speakers,' 4x10x16. $20: 1  _To_ change^  Carol~Anne  Anne Quinn.     ,  Dated this day of April, 1979.  CAROL ANNE JEFFRIES  1029-Pub. SPT, May 9, 1979.  Use 'Times' Adbriefs  fo.Se//, Rent, Buy   \  r  -mooching boat anchor, 200 ft^  line, new, $30; 1 man's suit,  black, wrinkle proof material,  Ik. new. sz. 42, waist 36, leg 30,  $25; Blssell carpet sweeper,  $5.885-2357 after 5 p.m. 4977-24  Use Timet Adbriefs!  FITN--5  NOW  Fitness.  It gives much more  than ittakesr: __  PdRiWPacnon-me*��.  m Tri��CtnMlMrnov*fflW>trorptoonMlllnM��  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Seaside Plaza  -886--1000������  Gibsons  ^86-2*07���  .w-  w2|    SPECIAL OF  ���       THE WEEK  "VILLAGE GEM"     $43,900  Spotless 3 bedroom home, with  large living room & dining area.  Great garage & workshop for Dad  with lott of storage tpace. All  offert considered.  Call Chuck Dowman 683-3271  or Rita Percheson 885-3706  Century West Real Estate (1978) Ltd.  Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C.  885-3271  mmmm  "The Property  Movers"  REALTY LTD.  885-5171  Davis Say View Ham* M49  Thlt 1296 tq, ft, full batement cuitom built home thould be  yourt; with lit 3 bdrmt upstairs plui 4 pee bathroom and en<  tulte, and 1 bdrm cfawnttalrt with 1 pet bathroom. If It  guaranteed to suit your every need from tht built-in kitchen  nook to the flniihed rec room with the built-in bar. Call for  furthff details pdt 885-9171 or. tveolngi 885-9487. FP $66,000,  Davis Soy View Home MS*  Excellent  location,  Ideally  suited to  largt family  with   3  btdrppnuiMilJaaif nunt, ,iwmf��..rep(n, tod rti; rpcim, ihtjarot  living room alto hat a fireplace. Tho tundeck It above the two  car garage. This lovel landtcaped lot Is walling for you. For  Appointment to view call Pat 888-517 \ or evening! 885-9407. FP  $69,900.  ---���SimsM-fe-Coast^ .������  PAT MURPHY      DOB BEAUPRE      TREV GODDARD  888-9487        , '      ,��� .,, 88M��*8  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm_tmmmmm  EAST PORPOISE BAY'  View $98,500  A short 10 minute drive from  'S��:he1t-"wllt~-tok��"you���to~thl��-  -exceptional J.92�� _acres,4partly-  cleared with good garden toil.  The 1208+ sq. ft. two bedroom  home has a million dollar view of  Sechelt. Inlet, extra large living  room with fireplace, plus garage  and workshop, Call Corry Ross,  885-9250.   -  HOPKINS $88,000.  A spectacular view and a home  ' with elegance and comfort. Over  1700 sq. ft. on two levels, two  bedrooms, a large living- and  dining room set off by cathedral  ceilings and a heatilator  fireplace. Kitchen Is ygh^jmd.  spacious. A 36 x lT"cedar sun-'  deck-to=en|oy= the -landscaped  garden. Property is all fenced. All  this and close to - ferries. Call  Suzanne   Dunkerton,   885-3971.  WATERFRONT ACREAGE $89,500  1.89 acres, waterfront 'and an  elegant 2 bdrm home. Kitchen  spacious practica|_*& bright,  featuring JenaokeYijjb*, built in  pven, 'cU*h��rilVrrcupboards  galore. cA^tniving and dining  area overlooking ^?*e_r_ond  islands? Beautifully designed  bathroom that Includes a sauna,  sunken tub and double sinks.  Large utility with a shower and  separate entrance. The back is  surrounded by a 600 sq ft sundeck for you to sit and enjoy the  view. Tastefully landscaped with  little maintenance necessary. Call  Suzanne Dunkerton- for~more"  information, 885-3971.  GAMBIER ISLAND $65,000  1/2 acre of sunny privacy. Enjoy  the ocean view from the sundeck  of this quality constructed home  ���1372 sq ft of comfortable living  space on each floor. A few of the  features are wall to wall  throughout, wet-bar, 2-1/2-batht,  plus two fireplaces. All appliances, some furnishings and  drapes are included. Truly a  bargain. Call Terri Hanson for  appt to view, 885-5046.    -   -  LANGDALE Semi Waterfront  , A delightful country setting yet  only minutes from schools, ',  shopping and the Langdale ferry,  Ijpaciout 3 bdrm home. Fireplace  & large private patio to en|oy tho  panoramic ocean view. 1536-sq,  ft. bsmt awaits your finishing  touch. Easy access to beach and  immediate occupancy are a few  of the features that enhance this '  quality constructed home. Phone  Terri for appt to view.  Irreplacedble at $89,900. 885-  -5046--^   REVENUE Wilson Creek $98,500  A uniquely designed 2 bdrm  duplex. Each with 1182 sq ft,  spacious open living room with a  fireplace. Kitchen is-bright.and  convenienClots of work area ond  storage  space.  Dining   room  T6^feonaiTi-aly^frthX"k1fcrirnT  Large 10 x_18 ft- sund��lck,._.1_  bedroom Inlaw suite under one  side of duplex and a.large concrete basement on the other side.  Located on 2/3 of an acre and  close t6 the beach.' Call-Suzanne  Dunkerton'for more Information,  885-3971.  .  SAKINAW LAKE $124,900  Waterfront acreage ��� 16 acres  plus 2500_s lake frontage. Two  J__-_mJ)out----OcLgu---i--Ottager_2_  floats   and   boathouse.   Prfvqfe  Bay.-Call Ray Bernler; 886-8241.  ROBERTS CREEK $115,000  Unique log & frame home. 5-1/2  acres treed property with stream,  six bedrooms, huge living room  with floor to ceiling rock  fireplace, brick f/p in coyrftw-  sized kitchen, 3 baths. Open foK,  (Offers, Call Ray Bernler, 885-5225"  or Emilie Henderson, 885-5383.  REDROOFFS ROAD    $2500 down  For qualified buyers. .4 year old  home In perfect condition on  secluded easy care lot. 3 bdrms, 2  sets ptbg. Minutes walk to  resident's owned waterfront lot.  Ray Bernler,. 885-5225 or. Emilie  Henderson, 885-5383. ,  SECHELT VILLAGE $49,500-  Charmlng" and close to  everything; 3 bdrn^sjn this four  year old ran^L\ty��V>rne. Cut  stone flreflkyj)\h|TlvJng room  also a dirHMn-om and sun room,  not to mention a garage and fully  fenced garden with flowers and  shrubs. Call Suzanne to view this  home._885-397_l.   EAST PORPOISE BAY      $104,900  Superb ranch style home located  on 3 acres of level treed land.  Tastefully finished throughout  featuring 4 bedrooms, 3 pee  master ensuite, family rm plus inlaw accom and a guest cottage.  Call for appt to see, Ray Bernler,  ��85-5225 or Emilie Henderson,  885-5383.  ROBERTS CREEK $93,500  Custom built 3 bedroom 1550 sq  ft executive home located on 3  level subdividable acres, partly ,  landscaped, partly woodsy. Top  quality throughout with innumerable extras. Near good  beach. Call Corry ROss, 885-9250. , _  sr  "���fcCS.  *s?t  SECRET COVE $68,900  This exceptional .45 acre  "waTeHront^rs-^^ry^n\the~long'  arm of SecretpnfUtMly one of  a kind. AijgJ ^79' waterfrontage, oDer 2 bedroom cottage, deep water moorage and a  dock. Lots of Sunshine here! Call  Corry Ross, 885-9250.  VIEWI VIEWI VIEW . $49,900  For qualified buyers. Immed  occupancy in quiet Wilson Creek  subdivision. Further details with  Ray Bernler, 885-5225 or Emilie  Henderson, 885-5383.  GOWER POINT $85,000  PrTv^fe~quiert"eactrat"yoTjT'frof,T  door. This 2 bedroom home has  1050 sq ft of warm immaculate  living space, a kitctan that is  spacious ands^lv*i*t, lots of  storage tofeJdLwtfiention the  teak waw and custom made  cedar cupboards. Cozy living and  dining room with a cut stone  fireplace. A workshop downstairs  which could be-a rec room. A  beautiful garden full of shrubs,  flowers and bushes surrounds  this lovely,home. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton, 885-3971.  ROBERTS CREEK $55,000  FINALLY. 4-1 /2 qc_et.^u:reek,-o-l-  bedroom house of 600 sq ft. A  newly constructed barn of 900 sc|  ft, fenced and in pasture, and a  southern exposure on a gentle  slope. A beautiful property. Call  Suzanne Dunkerton for more  information, 885-3971.  REED ROAD-GIBSONS     $69,900  There's room for horses on thlt  excellent f lye acre parcel. Approx  3 acres are well cleared with  creek and good soil for gardening. Homo Is well maintained,  completely remodelled, streamlined galley kitchen new  bathropm, "old brick" fireplace,  plut full batement. Ray Bernler,  885-5225 or Emilie Henderton,  885-5383.  ROBERTS CREEK $59,000  Brand new thoughtfully designed  home. 3 bedrooms and full  basement and 1334 sq ft of living  area. Large spacious ktlchen with  lots of storage and counter space.  Living room and dining room are  J.__!spjBA-plart-and���bqth-en|oy"~the~  com(fort of the fireplace.  Basement is ready to be finished  with your own ideas. Large  private lot which backs onto a  creek. Within walking distance of  the school and the beach. Call  Suzanne Dunkerton for more  information, 885-3971.  WILSON CREEK ,  $18,500  This It a seml-waterfront summer  cottage, approx 500 sq ft, one  bedroom and a fireplace in a cozy  living room. Lovely garden area and  2 extra buildings on property for  storage or conversion to a guett  cottage! Call Suzanne Dunkerton for  viewing, 885-3971.  DAVIS BAY WATERFRONT$79.900  Two    bedroom    home    with  unimpeded' view ahd a bath to  b^icr^ Ce^ar^M glait atound In  this thoughtfully planned house.  Full downstairs to be developed  to your taste. Close to all  amenities. Call Terrl Hanson to  view, 885-5046.  SELMA PARK $21,500  Lovely view 2 bedroom lease  ���-cottage-Yrithrlovel-pebble-beaehr-  Modernlzed kitchen and  bathroom. Breakwater nearby for  , sheltered moorage. Ideal summer  home. Call Ray Bernler, 885-5225  or Emilie Henderson, 885-5383.  KEATS ISLAND $47,900  Charming panabode nestled on o  well treed secluded lot. Panoramic  'view with easy beach access. Approx  890 sq ft of comfortable living space,  two bedrooms, fireplace. Ideal for  retirement, or recreational property.  --/Call Terri Hanson, 885-5046.  SAKINAW LAKE $7,000  Here It is ���100 feet of waterfront at  an affordable price. Build your  hideaway and relax. Water access  only. Call Suzanne Dunkerton, 885-  3971.  SELMA PARK $13,000  Two bedrooms la thlt 600 �� sq. ft.  home. Combination dining room and  kitchen add to the cozy atmosphere,  The fridge, stove, washer and dryer  are also included. Thlt It on lease  land and hat 16 yean left. Call  Suzanne Dunkerton for more Information.  CHASTER RD $85,500  Large modern houte with view.  Batement Is set up and used as a  halrdrestlng talon, but could be Inlaw tulte. Extra wide lot for privacy,  which alto may be subdivided. Excellent financing It attuniable. Call  Suzanne Dunkerton for more Info,  885-3971. ,.  TUWANEK WATERFRONT LOTS  Side by side beauties ��� 110' of  waterfrontage priced at $26,500  AND 95' of waterfrontage priced at  $25,000. Gentle slope to water and  southerly exposure enhance these  properties, Phone Terrl for more  details, 885-5046.  SELMA PARK $16,000  Large view lot with southern exposure, Close>o beach. Accept Is from  both Greer Road 8 Highway.  WINN RD-GIBSONS $15,000  Heris It a lot with everything. Extra  large & tervlcet, touthern exposure  to water and mountain view. Clote to  all amenitlet. Call Suzanne to view,  885-3971.      \.  LOTS  KEATS ISLAND  , $7,500  Nicely, treed corner lot with a  view. Hydro & water, available.  8x12 thed to remain. Call Terrl  Hanton.  GRANDVIEW RD, OIBSONS $12,^00  Here is the building Ipt you've been  looking for. Clote to tchoolt,  shopping & beach. Potential view to  boot. Surrounded by quality now  hornet. Call Suzanne for more Information, 885-3971,  REDROOFFS $7,600  Check the price & compare. Thlt lot It  priced to tell. Excellent building lot  with 'oaty accett. Trailers permissible, Call Terrl for more information.  PENDER HARBOUR $12,500  Lovely view lot overlooking Texada  and Latquetl Itlandt. 70x290' approx.  Cleared and ready for building, beach  accett close by, trailers permissible,  Phone Terrl Hanton for more detallt,  885-5046.  ROBERTS CREEK $16,500  VIEW plus 94 ft of creekside and  164 ft of depth. Centrally located  ' to tchoolt, thopplng and beach.  Peculation hat been approved at  well at building plant, Excellent'  residential lot, Call Suzanne  Dunkerton, 885-3971.  SEMI-WATERFRONT $25,500  A good buy on a quiet large double  ended lot acrott from small Marina.  Beautiful view. Call Terrl Hanton for  more detallt, 885-5046.  COMMERCIAL  GIBSONS  Small thriving cafe butlnett In the  heart of Glbtont, Call Suzanne for  more Information, 885-3971,  CREEKSIDE PLACE  Residential Trailer  Subdivision  17   Fully  ������rvlced   lots,   situated  approximately 2 miles northwest  of  SecMt,  cprn��r of ^MqpQri Ji  Norwest Bay Road, Level lots to /  facilitate both tingle & double wide/  trailers.  Please call  Emilie Henderson, 888*6383 or  Ray Bernler, 688*8228.  ROAD  -Tpr  ROAD  .H.il,.  tpr  7s"����"  ..!..  _' i,����  rnr~  xmr  <!3  !  -irrr  u  ffit���  ttflj-t-  "71~  3 $11,900  4 $12,500  8 $11,500  6 $11,000  7 $10000.  8 $10,000.  9 SOLD  10 Reserved  Lot 11 Reserved  12 $9,800  13 $9,800  14 $9,800  18 $9,800  16 $9,800  17 $9,500  ;���   18 $9,900  Please note Metric Meaturementi.  MmWL  RAYBERNIBR  888*8228  CORRY ROSS  888*9280  1   EMILIE HBNDIRSON  1      888*8383  T  MAR,  FOR A  COMPLIMENTARY  Iflflllllst I  EVALUATION  ON YOUR  PROPERTY,  CALL US ANYTIME.  SUZANNE DUNKERTON  888*3971  TERRI HANSON  888*8048  North Vancouver  139W��_rT6tH5tr#��T  1586 Marin* Drive  OTHER OFFICES  Tb SIRVt YOU  Vancouver  3343 Kin tjiwoy  ' MEMBER OP "RELOCATION SERVICES CANADA" REFERRAL SYSTEM  Surrey  10474137th 5t,  Langley  MSBSFra-trHwy  Powell River  4736Marino Av��m����  \ PagcP-6 TirelVmliiflii-aTtoeg Wc^ew^ May% IM ���'���||-1g^"ii^|   Ai_iA_f_*lr  ^^^^i0PBM__^___0^0__^_WipPM^^  ^af8lliffi;.77;7illOll^lI_rl_fitt��__.l  of youngsters, &eirparent8 and  other area  residents  turned  out  tbe  t|w^t^gg^yV|^  CONVEYANCING^REAL ESTATE CONSULTING.APPRAISALS.NOTARY PUBLIC  C^k Elementary School.  In addition to being an entertainment  highlight for the kids, the annual event is a  fundraiser for special school programs.  Proceeds from the fair's raffle will be used.  to partially offset expenses of a June 18*22  trip to Barkerville planned by Ron Bunting's Grade 4-5 class^Other Fun Fair_  monies will be uSwTt^purchase science  equipment for the school and to establish a  $100, bursary to be given annually to a  former RobertsCreek student graduating  ���fronrEIphin-rtone.��� '~~   The teachers and Parents Auxiliary  extend a special thank you to all the individuals who contributed, time and  materials to the Fun Fair ahd to the individuals and local merchants who made  generous donations to the raffle.  Following aire the raffle winners. Any  winners who have not yet collected their  r^efiaray arrange to do so by contacting  Ron Bunting during school hours at 885-  9229i ^-��� *���r- -  5  ma 9"  -H-coi  r  REDROOFFS RD:.Waterf ront. Wind your way  down a gently tloplng path to 158 feet of  your own waterfront property. A* low tide,  a beautiful sandy beach for the kldt to play,  swim and water ski. From your large living  room window the mott spectacular view  you have ever teen. Watch the large ships  arid pleasure croft churn their way through  Welcome���Pats.--This unbelievable-view-  takes in Halfmoon Bay, Welcome.Pass and  Thornby Island. Well built, single storey  home features beautifully landscaped  grounds and is mostly in huge trees for  mplete-privacyr-This4ieautifut-home-must-  be seen to be believed. $109,500.  PRATT ��� FAIRVIEW ��� Executive home on  landscaped 1/2 acre. This home must be  seen. Master bedroom Is 19x17 with full 4  pee ensuite. Four bedroomt In total with 2-  1/2 finished baths. Features large living  room with fireplace plus 26 x 14 family  room with fireplace. Close to tchoolt and  thopplng In rural Gibsons. $69,900.  CHASTER RD: Two bedroom A-frame on  large lot for smSH price. $24,900.  1  t  HOPKINS LANDING: Two bedroom view  i home 1/4 mile from Langdale Ferry Terminal. See Keats, Gambier.and Lions Bay  from the large combination family  room/dining room or from the living room.  Heatilator fireplace. 19 k 27 concrete  basement for workshop and storage. Five  appliances included. Park like landscape.  $42,900. -   ~CRDCir~RD7~_rTght and spacious three  bedroom family view home in 'excellent  condition located within easy walking  distance to schools and shops. Largo kitchen  with built-in dishwasher and Indirect  lighting. Two fireplaces. Huge recreation  room. Lots of extra space. In daylight  basement for den or extra bedroom and  workshop. $58,900.  LOOKOUT AVE: Near new three bedroom  home in good condition onjarge vlew_lot In  new subdivision just past the Sunshine  Coast Arena In Sechelt. Boating facilities'  close by. Owner is transferred and you may  have immediate possession. $51,900.  1760 SCHOOL ROAD: Cozy , comfortable  -four-bedroom older-home-on- large-lot-  conveniently located between upper and  lower Gibsons. Several fruit trees. Zoned  for multiple dwelling.- Excellent starter  home and a good Investment and holding  -propertyr-$31?00. -,   "YOU HAVE to watch you don't  direct attention out of the painting,"  Allan W. Edwards told about 50  persons watching his watercolor  demonstration at Roberts Creek  Community Hall Saturday. In the  case of the finished watercolor above,  the focal point is the narrow Lisbon  street. Edwards was demonstrating  photo as is. I may take a tree out or  , put people in." In the above water-  color, he said he did not paint a large  lamp, which would_raveTn_ngnatrthe  left of the painting and created an  unwanted focal point. He also added  the people. In his introduction, Edwards commented, "It's great to  sketch outdoors if you're in your  twenties, but at my age.   I much  The Super Valu $50 gift certificate was   M|  won by JoyWalkey; food hamper, Marion   B  Proulx; pottery by Cindy Kirk and Sandra    ���  Barrett, D. Dempster; jewellery-set-by-Vi  Campbell, Cy Spencer; Roberts Creek t-  shirt fom Seaview Market, Mrs.  T.  Mulligan; Don's Shoes gift certificate,  Stephen Horvath.  Also, Trail Bay Sports gift certificate,  Lee Scott; Kit's Cameras gift certificate,  Judy Bishop; Richard Men's Wear gift  certificate, R. Baigent; Fab Shop gift  certificate H. Hagedorn; Jeannie's Gifts  and Gems gift certificate, Diana Zornes;  tea cosy by Mary Mellis, M. Qorvath; cash  prize- from Gibsons Hardware,- M.G.  Bishop; Party Stop bar stool set, Vona  Clayton; Western Drugs (Gibsons) game,  K.D. Awrey and Douglas Variety game;  Anita Horvath.  1286 HEADLANDS ROAD: ThltTh.ee  bedroom -^homeJs-j_ttroctlvety--sltuated-ot  the bate of the Bluff and close to the boat  launching ramp. Great living room for  entertainment, 16 x 25. Also has 10-1/4  LANGDALE: This non-basement Langdale  ���three-tjedroom-vievv-liome���features-ax~  tensiveusej>f granite on_ext��tior_and-huge-  NORTH ROAD: Excellent starter or  retirement home comes within the  guidelines for a $2,500 First Home Family  .Grant. This nicely appointed and completely  remodelled home features three bedroomt  and a 9*k 9 utility room Immediately off the  kitchen. Large back porch. 1122 square feet  of full batement. Thlt home alto.features a  targe living room with cozy brick fireplace  on a large level lot ready for landtcaplng.  'Fridge and Ttovelncluded. $427900.  s  8  :  walk-around fireplace. Modem kitchen has  -solid-walnut cabinets -and-boltt-in-dlsh--  washer. A garage and workshop round out  the picture. $49,500.  COMMERCIAL  ���  B  ���  ���  ���  S  B  mortgage. $427900.  TRICKLEBROOK DRIVE: In the Village of  Glbtont. Three bedroom mobile home with  two full bathroomt. Fully skirted and set up  ready for you to move in. Situated on nicely  treed lot, on sewer. Close to schools and  shopping. $29,900.  CHERYL ANNE PARK ROAD: Architect-  designed tudor home in quiet cul de sac  with some ocean view. This large 1278  square feet three bedroom home must be  seen. Two finished fireplaces, finished rec  room, ensuite plumbing, two sundecks and  the list keeps going on. Situated amongst  other quality hornet. Front yard.landscaped  with many evergreens. Don't buy before  seeing this home. $64,900.  B  from a slide of the same street  photographed during a sketching tour prefer the comforts of sketching in  of Portugal last year. Edwards varied my studio." The demonstration was  the composition of the painting sponsored by the Sunshine Coast Arts  somewhat���"very seldom do I use a Council.  Small Craft Warning,  Fire Hazard Forecast  Weather programs on  The Pacific Weather Centre, which  provides forecasts and weather warnings  for British Columbia, announces several  seasonal changes in special forecast  services.  The Mountain Forecast currently being'.  issued twice dally will be discontinued on  Saturday, April 28, to coincide with the  change-over to Pacific Daylight Time. The  height of the freezing level will continue to  be available on 273-8331 in Vancouver.  The Fire Hazard Forecast program  will commence on May 1 and will carry on  until late October.  The Small Craft; Warning Program will  begin April 30 at which time we also begin  ~1sst_lng-a-TX^ete-sra^^  bulletin. Marine Forecasts for Georgia  Strait and Juan de Fuca Strait will be  flagged with a small craft warning  whenever wind speeds in the range of 20 to  34 knots are expected. ���'���  In the Vancouver area, the Marine  Forecast and the Small Craft Weather  Bulletin can be obtained by dialling 273* ,  2515. The Public Forecast is available  from 273-6331.  This, and other weather information, ia  also available on Weatheradio Canada ���  162.40 MHz.  HILLCREST RD; Own your own three  bedroom home on Strata Title. Exceptional  investment. This 1280 square feet home has  1-1/2 baths, sundeck, close to shopping,  schools etc. Only 1 year old. Presently  rented for $300 per month. Buy it now and it  can almost pay for itself. Priced for quick  sale. All offers considered. Owner says sell.  $34,895.  s  DAVIS ROAD: Exceptionally well built 3  bdrm home, heatilator FP, 2 sundecks,  family dining room plus eating-area in  kitchen. All this on main floor. Lovely  landscaped level lot with storageshed, full,  garden in & double garage. Plus 2 furnished  suites in basement, self-contained with  private entrances. Rental $200 each suite.  This is a fantastic value & only 2 blocks to  shopping, schools etc. The :price on this  $87,500.  DAVIS RD: Ideal starter or retirement home.  Only two blocks from schools and shopping.  This three bedroom home hos everything,  you need for comfort and convenience. The  carport could easily be converted to a -  family room and a separate carport could  be buift on many sites within the extra large  ' landscaped lot. $39,500.  LOOKOUT DRIVE ��� Overlooking Porpoise  Bay this near new 1200 sq ft basement  home, has everything a family would want  for comfortable living & more. 4 bedrooms,  full bath plus ensuite, convenient utility  room upstairs and plenty of cupboards 8 '  ..cabinets. Situated on o_ completely landscaped tot In quiet residential area. Other  features include huge rec room, 2  fireplaces, twin seal windows and screens.  -Priced for a quick sole. FP $49,900.   i  CREEKSIDE PARK: In the Village of Gibsons,  close to schools and shopping. Two large  bedrooms in this completely furnished  double wide home. Sunny lot on a quiet cul  de sac. Carport and landscaping now in  progress. $47,500.  WILLIAMSONS LANDING: This beautiful  summer or year-round luxury home must be  seen to be believed. A 200 foot high and  low tide dock'makes this the home for the  boater. Fishing, water skiing and pleasure  boating all out the front door on 100 feet of  ypur.own .78 acres of waterfront property.  Beautiful 1280 square feef A-frame'home  features three bedrooms wtth loft and part  finished basement. 25x8 sundeck overlooks  Howe Sound. Large guest cottage with  fireplace, fridge, stove, 220V and sUndeck.  $109,500.  SEAVIEW MARKET - ROBERTS CRK: Living  quarters of 804 square feet. This is the only  grocery ttore in the area and the butinett it  growing-steadily. An Ideal tet-up for a  family operation. The ttore hours are 10  a.m. to 6:30 p.m. seven days a wekk. Profit  and loss statement and list of equipment  available to bona fide purchasers. Stock is  approximately $15,000. $79,000 plus stock.  REVENUE  WINN ROAD: Four-plex, Positive cash flow  _"I,rJ oloven thousand dollars revenue per  year-. Top unit- contain five bedroomt with  one and a-haHf bathroomt. Lower tuitet are  large two bedroom unitt. Low maintenance  -and good return make thlt an excellent  investment value. Close' to all the  amenities.  Financing  available.   $94,500.  FAIRVIEW RD: Revenue; Duplex on a 1/2  acre lot represents the ideal investment  property. There are 1232 square feet In  both of these side by side units. Features  are post and beam construction with  feature wall fireplace and sundecks. There  is appeal to separate rental markets with a  two and three bedroom suite. Assumption  of present mortgage makes purchase very  easy and a yearly income of over $7,000  makes this property hard to beat. $75,000.  ��� SUNSHINE.COAST .HIGHWAY: Triplex  located in Gibsons Village. One two  bedroom tulte arid two three bedroom  suites. Good holding property for future  development. Close to schools and shopping mall. $52,500.  B  -^i.  __���  I  5  1  To the Unfit  u just sit  You won't quit  Being unfit  a  PdRTtapacnon^Q)  Tft�� CtrtMiiin mftv*m��nt tor p*fM>nal HintM  8  !  So spare your family the added grief and  confusion of funeral arrangements.  You can have tho lant word on the last  thing In your life. Your funeral.  Project your family from the aires* of  1  T  To: MEMORIAL SOCIETY OF B.C.  _,   ,M   .    ��� ���   ,     ���               ���.              ,         rO, IJox 5240, Vancouver, H.C. J  deciding your final arrangements. Plan          i         V6B4B3 i  ahead tor ihe possibility that you could         i i  unexpectedly die. You can specify �� simple      J  I Ave are Interested In the nim* of llic Society. |  and dignified funeral, burial, cremation or     J         Q want more Information {  memorial service, And Itwon't coil your        i         [J wish io enrol now. i  family unnecessary expense,                        { j  It*s your funeral. So htve your wlihet      !��!_.__ ���  recorded now. Join the D.C. Memorial          J rwicw-.-.;- ,  J  Society and take a worry off your mind,        ' * i, '  Por the take of the family you love.              | Address- ---- v--^-.r  J  The Memorial Society of D.C/i              J                                  ��<"_��' J  a^S&fertefflS:.   [nm..::...:.:���;,:S::: ,.;.,���_ ]  Memorial Jocl^y ol B.C./Nk\*" "Membership LU5 for oachVduli  Telephone 688-6230       \^./        (iSp ch��rn�� lot children under 19)           GRANDVIEW & PRATT:.Building lot In a fatt  growing area. Approximate tlze it 146 x.  141 x 74 x 125. Present all offers on the  atklng price of $11,500.  SCHOOL RD: Three view lott 73 x 110. On  sewer. Three blocks from schools and  shopping centre, Cleared for building,  $16,000 each.  SMITH ROAD: Cleared view lot close to ferry  terminal and ocean view. Triangular shaped  lot with good building site. $14,000.  COACH RD: Roberts' Creek, Large lot  70x270' in quiet rural subdivision. Ready to  build on. Owner Is anxious to sell and offers  excellent terms. Asking price $12,000. Try  $2500 down payment, $150 per month @  12% Interest.  GOWER PT RD at 14th: Nearly 1/2 acre of  view property. Approximately B0 x 250'. R2  zoned with 2 distinctive building sites. Local  bylaws allow 2 dwellings on this property.  Partially cleared. Close to Gibsons and  clote to the beach. $17,900.  CHERYL ANNE PARK ROAD: Robertt Creek.  Large lot with beautiful treet and some  view on quiet cul de toe In area of fine  homes. Before you decide see this attractive  low priced property, Ownor will contlder  terms. $12,500.  LANGDALE RIDGE: Lot 0, Davidson Rood.  Bargain price on this lot amongst attractive'  new homes on quiet cul de sac. $8,930  SANDY HOOK ROAD: Sechelt Inlet Estates.  Excellent building lot with water, hydro and  telephone to lot. A spectacular view of  Porpoise Bay and only 4-1/2 miles from  Sechelt. $8,900.  SANDY HOOK ROAD: Three Ideal building  Jots In beautifully wooded ond park like  totting. These view lots overlook Porpoise  Bay and Sechelt InUt. Water, hydro and  ' paved roadt In good quality subdivision,  $10,000 each.  OIBSONS VILLAGE: Wo offer you 1/9 of an  aero of park like property located within  Olbions 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. Beauflful view on  three sides. Excellent fishing spot on your  doorttep, Call ond lot u�� nhow this  waterfront retreat, $17,900,  HILLCREST:   $5,000   down,   balance   b>  .Agreement  for  Sale  will  purchase  this  beautiful view lot on a quiet cul de tac. All  .Mndtrgrevnd services. Cleared and ready  "lor building. $14,900.  UPLANDS ROAD: tuwanek. Ideal recreation  lot In beautifully wooded and park like  setting. Zoned for trailers. This lot  overlooks Sechelt Inlet and the Lamb Island.  $8,900.  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 WATERFRONT: Gibsons. With  waterfront as scarce as It Is this double uset  lot represents real volue. $93,000.  SOUTH FLETCHER: At School Rood. 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.  PRATT RD: Near Cedar Orove School. This  lot is cleared and roady to build on. Mature  fruit trees dot this 76x )25lot. $13,900.  COCHRANOE ROAD: Good building lot 65 x  130. Close to shopping and the ocean.  Sewor easement of 10' on s.e. side of the  lot. $12,500.  PORPOISE DRIVE: Sandy Hook. Large lot  approximately 122 x 111 with 34 x 140  panhandle entrance. Nice level building  tlte. Excellent view. ONLY 40 FEET PROM  THE WATER. You mutt tee this lot to fully  appreciate the value. $12,000.  CHASTER ROAD: Nlcoly treed building lot In l  area of new homes. Size 67 x 121 $9,900.  GLASSFORD ROAD: This.must be the best|  buy on the market. 63 x 160' cleared: Seweej  and water connected*. Culvert and fill. Ready i  to build. $10,000. ��� !  BURNS RD: Good building lot, 65 x 130, on j  flat land In Gibsons Village. Four blocks |  from Post Office, stores and transportation. I  Lightly treed. Three blocks from ocean. All i  services available. $11,300.  SKYLINE DR: This 70x59x131x122 foot lotj  with expansive view Of the Bay area and |  Gibsons   Village   Is   very   well   priced,  $11,500.  POPLAR LANE: Beautiful flat building lot  with view of North Shore Mountains.!  Located on the end of a quiet cul de sac only I  1 block to Sunnycrest Shopping Centre and |  schools. All services Including sewer. \  Ad|acent to grass playing field. $14,900. |  SKYLINE DRIVE: Irregular shaped, lot wlthl  great view of Village, the Bay wharf and  boats. An area of nice homes. 100 feet on  Skyline Drjve. Approximately 180 feet In |  depth. $13,500.  ACREAGE  REDROOFFS ESTATES: 100 x 250 lot on  thet, south side of SOwthwood Road. Create  your own estate on this half acre. $10,500.  ELPHINSTONE AVENUE: $1,000,000 view.  Ucotod an Elphinstone Avenue at Oran.  thams. Has Ian* at back, Suit two storey  home with level entry at front. $9,500.  SMITH RD: Oood view tot 125 x IAS with a  good building tlte and an unobstructed  ocean view. $14,800.  HOPKINS LANDINOt View lot c/W 5 x 12'  Mutated thed. has chemical toilet, Ypm can  live on lot while building home to suit,  Offert to $12,900.  POPLAR LANE: Vllloge  omenltlet,   65  x   135,  ���pmartrnwor*-'   lot handy to all  Very  roasonably  CHASTER RD: Two acres of nicely treed,  level land acrott the street from Cedar  Grove School, Zoning allow* tubdlvltlon  Into 1/4 acre lott, Excellent for hobby form  or Investment, $30,000.  ARGENT RD: 2.7 treed acres In ihe heart of I  Robertt Creek, 5 lot tubdlvltlon hat been |  approved.  Excellent   toll   and  drainage,  Perfect for hobby farm on holding property. ]  FP $34,900.  HIGHWAY 10lTv_tl7 acret vacant land I  located on HlQhway 101, Mlddlepolnl +30 j  mllet from Olbtont. Logging rood, not In |  use, through property, Average tubdlvltlon J  size permitted 1/2 acre, Southed/ expo.uro I  and good view. $38,300.  BAYVIEW: 2.8 partially cleared acres  In I  Roberts Creek wllh 275' frontage. Creek-  runs through the property. Ideal for hobby  farm.   Close   to   beach,   Zoning   permits |  tubdlvltlon Into 1/2 acre lott, $39,900.  HIGHWAY 101! ��20 acret wllh Insulated)  cottage |utt remodelled. Located on High''  way 101 m Middle Point �� mllet from |  Glbtont.   Average   tubdlvltlon   tlie   permitted 1/2 acre, Cottage hat all tervlcet.  Southerly exposure and view from higher |  ������Vhmmtrw'rmitTW.VN'r   !  LORRIE GIRARD  SM-77M.  JONMcRAE  W3-3670  AHNEfiURNEY  Wmit^mmmrTl  CHRIS MHMIHDI  US4S45  MMEPEITIRSEN  HM7H  JAYVISSEH  HM300  DAVE ROBERTS  www  ���m  STEVE SAWYER ���  0 tt9-2lfl     B  ������.nunl  ��� ���; i.  j _  ,  4  -*#*%��;  more  The Peninsula Times PageB-7  Wednesday, May 9,1979  labor  GREAT PACIFIC  HQT TUBS  An Experience in Pleasure and  Relaxation  Dave Barrett, the NDP leader* said in;  Powell River last week he would establish  an Economic Advisory Council to the  cabinet to increase business input to the  government ff his party is elected in the  forthcoming election.  "We have had enough of government  that attacks people, that picks out doctors  or teachers or businessmen or trade  unionists for castigation," Barrett said.  "What we need is government that brings  -to7the-community."   M  f^A:^<:P_____]_^S*^&it\uM >h- r  ;-, x a-1, ��  *-.  THIS LOOKS like a boat calmly  making its way to the next port and  that's just what it is. The panic was on  the other end of the camera when the'  photographer, still at the top of School  Road, noticed the boat leave Gibsons  wharf and thought it might make a  good picture, from the bottom of the  wharf.  The NDP leader said bringing business  and labour together "in a balanced approach that will get both sides working  together with optimum results to the  economy" is the major goal of his party.  He released to a meeting copies of a  letter he had sent to the leaders in the  business community in-which he said,  "Over the last two years I have met with a  - large-number ~of - Brittsir Columbia  business people seeking their advice and  counsel. From my talks with these people  and with labour leaders, I am convinced  , that it would be very useful to establish an  Economic Advisory Council."  Barrett said, "I realize that business at  the commiinity level has unreasonably  borne the fount of the recent economic  downturn 7.. However, lam encouraged  by some of my recent negotiation, particularly with this deal regarding the rail  line to the North. As I am sure you are  -aware,-this will hold great prospectsfor  job creation, business development and  expansion."  Leaded gas exit  PEP committee  This Top  30 Record  Survey Is  Brought  To You  Each Week  Ready for disaster  or emergency  Premium leaded gasoline, used by a  large number of older high compression  The Provincial Emergency Program is  designed to assist communities to cope  with unexpected disasters or emergencies.  The Sunshine:, Coast Emergency  Committee is comprised of Alderman  Larry Trainor (Gibsons), Alderman Joyce  Kolibas (Sechelt) and Regional Director  -Daye-Hunter^JPhese three along with_the_  ^Emergency Coordinator Art McPhee and  .Reputy Cowdioator Stu Metcalfe are  :&_argfed with thejpspa____W-K^to organize^  and plan emergency procedures'for all  and any disasters or emergency that could  occur whether natural or man-made on the  Sunshine Coast. Natural disasters are  earthquakes, floods, tidal waves,, slides,"  etc. Man-made emergencies are explosions, dangerous cargo accidents, oil  spills and fire, etc.  The coordinator and his deputy  organize and plan for every conceivable  emergency that could occur in our villages  or regional district through the  -Emergency Pl_mriing <^C��KMtt��ej^Th_s  committee includes ALL of the'Resource  Departments of both villages .arid the  regional district. These are the RCMP  Detachments, all volunteer fire departments, all volunteer ambulance and  emergency services, the hospitals, the  medical health offices, the senior staffs of  both villages and the regional district, as  very-experienced volunteers. Some of  these latter are tug-boat skippers, water  taxi operators, private pilots, first aid  attendants, nurses and other citizens of  our community.  This area, the Sunshine Coast,, comes  under the direction of the Lower Mainland  Regional Emergency Program, which is jj  part of the Provincial Emergency  Program which is part of Emergency  Planning Ca-iada which takes its direction  from the Privy Council of Canada, e  Emergency Planning Canada conducts  extensive courses for mayors, Emergency  Committee personnel, emergency coordinators, police chiefs, fire chiefs,  emergency ward nurses, medical health  officers, etc. These are held at the Federal  Study Center at Arnprior, Ontario (near  Ottawa).,  ,  Many of our local Emergency Committee have attended one or more of these  cars, ls now difficult to find in B.C.  Recent province-wide checks of gas  stations by the B.C. Automobile  Association have shown that all major f ufel  suppliers except Husky in the north and  Chevron province-wide have almost  completely phased out premium leaded  gasoline.  Oil companies and the BCAA are  receiving an increasing number of calls  from motorists whose vehicle performance has dropped as they switch to  other fuels.  While most North American vehicles  made after 1971 run on unleaded gasoline,  many imports require the higher octane  they are uncertain about future production  plans.  Sunnycrest Centre  Gibsons  S86-9111  In some stations motorists are filling up  at pumps marked "premium leaded"  which are continually being diluted with  unleaded fuel, but cannot legally be  marked as unleaded until there is a  significant drop in overall lead content.  Other stations, notably Shell have already  completed the changeover and are  marketing a "super" grade unleaded fuel  with a higher octane rating.  The auto club advises motorists unable  to findVequired premium leaded gasoline  to:  Use premium unleaded gasoline, but  every threaor four tankfuls fill up with one  tank of regular leaded gas to continue  engine lubrication, or each time the tank is  levels and lead contentnot found in   replenished__with. premium unleaded  well as the many dedicated, self-trained,  ��� attending one of these courses at Arnprior,  In some emergencies like, land and sea  rescue, oil pollution, fires, the local  emergency   committee  works   with  provincial and federal agencies.  The primary responsibility for most  emergencies or disasters IS THE COM.  MUNTTY!  Tegular or unlead��fl~gawlir-&r_n "these  vehicles symptoms of the changeover are  "pinging", "di&eling" and some power  loss, while the major problem could be the  lack of lead lubricant in the engine with  subsequent accelerated valve wear.  The automobile association said it had  been monitoring the phase-out for some  months and although a slow reduction had  originally been planned in the gasoline  industry an increasing number, of  refineries eliminating.premium lead  gasoline.has.accelerated the shortage,   f^  While Husky has no plans at present \o��.  discontinue refining premium leaded  gasoline, Chevron has told the BCAA that  gasoline top with a gallon or two of leaded  gasoline.  If this procedure is followed it is  unlikely that major adjustments in timing  and carburetor will be required, added the  auto club.  Pitch-In  Keep  Briti/h Columbia  BcovllM  LW TW  8 1 HEARTOFGLASS .,. .Blondle  " 1 2 SULTANS OF SWING       Dire Straits  - 3 -3-1 WILL SURVIVE.-. 7.-...-. -.7 -- .."........Gloria Gaynor  2 4 TRAGEDY > BeeGees  5 5' FOREVER IN BLUE JEANS ~ ..'. '. Nell Diamond  6 6 EVERYTfMEITHINKOF YOU Babysv  9 7 KNOCK ON WOOD Ami! Stewart  4 8 WHAT A FOOL BELIEVES    Doobie Brothers  12 9 GOODNIGHT TONIGHT  Wings  ,7 ,10 LADY   v Little River Band  14 11 STUMBLIN'IN Quafro/Norman  10 12 DA YA THINK I'M SEXY Rod Stewart  11 13 YMCA village People  13 14 HEAVENKNOWS Donna Summer  18 15 CRAZY LOVE 7. Poco  -21 -16- I WANT YOUR LOVE . r -...-....-. .7.7..... 7..... 7.-77. .7Chic-  15 17 FIRE Pointer Sisters  17 18 SEPTEMBER   E.W F  16 19 EVERY l'S AWINNER HotChocolate  22 20 WHEELSOFLIFE     GinoVannelll  24 21 BLOW AWAY George Harrison  28 22 AINT LOVE A BITCH  RodStewart  19 23 TOOMUCHHEAVEN BeeGees  25 24 IN THE NAVY Village People  26 25 KEEP ON DANCING  Gary's Gang  ��� 26. HAPPINESS Pointer Sisters  20 27 SOULMAN Blues Brothers  30 28 REUNITED Peaches & Herb  ��� 29 RHUMBAGIRL Nlcolette Larson  ��� 30 BANGAGONG  , Witch Queen  NEW. MUSIC: DANCER - Gino Soccio  HOT STUFF - Donna Summer  resolved  Complaints from Hank and Ruth Otten  recently that the area near Trail Ave. and  Pebble Cres. looked like "WWII hit it,"  have been resolved, Aid. Morgan  Thompson said at last Wednesday's  Sechelt village council meeting.  - The Ottens did have a valid complaint,  Thompson said. Since they complained to  council April is, the hole has been filled in  and Stan Anderson has offered to supply  clover for landscaping.  At the moment there Is nothing which  can be done with the piles of peat under the  Hydro lines, he said,  Good organization, good planning, good  training are fundamental to this very  important community committee. Once  'the emergency becomes more than the  community can handle, then assistance is  requested and given- by the provincial  Emergency Director. Should national  assistance be required, then specific  procedures have been detailed for this.  Everyone concerned with emergency  planning hopes they never have to initiate  their program, but when they do, they  must be ready.  The Sunshine Coast Emergency'  Program has been well-planned and well-  organized. This planning and organization  should ensure that IF an emergency or  disaster occurs in this area, then we  should have less loss of life, less disruption  of our residents and less property damage.  That is our hope.  David Hunter  Chairman Emergency Committee.  No. 1 IN COLOR TV  Now Open Mondays-Saturday, 9:30 am-5:30 pm  SUNSHINE COAST T.V.  ^ _^_    STERfo t APPLIANCES  IN THE ^ OF SECHELT  AFTER THE tALE IT IS THE SERVICE THAT COUNTS  mmmmm*milfmmmmWammamWmpi_mmiWmmmmWmm  Ms-tai6  Cowrie St.  Provincial  Elections Act  ���^-Provinceof-  British Columbia  NOTICE TO PROVINCIAL VOTERS  MARKING  \  BEST TAP group dirty old running  shoe award goes to joggers  represented by Gordon Clayton,  right, presented by Chatelech vice-,  principal J. Pope after the school's  participation In Milk Run 70 last  week. Local businessman Big Mac  accepted cheque for over $100 from  students for Lions Club.  AL LAZERTE  ���FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT  ���RESTORE PARUAMENFS CONTROL OF SPENDING  ���STOP CANADA FROM BREAKING UP  Published by Comox>Powell River ���  Progressiva Conservative Association  AL LA4>tsJli K  wants to be  YOUR  member of parliament  OF BALLOTS  British Columbia  Provincial General Election  May 10,1979  Under Section 101 (1) of the Provincial Elections Act,  allballots must be marked with a blapk lead pencil.  \ A black lead pencil is provided in each polling-booth.  Remember: To ensure that your vote is valid, please mark  your ballot with the black lead pencil provided.  ��� Polling stations will be open throughout from  8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Pacific Daylight Saving Time.  ��� Please bring your official "Where to Vote" card.  ELECTION/79  K: IT Morton, Chief EleoloralDfflcer,  2735 Camble Street, Vancouver, B.C.  V p  --%.   <���  PageB-8  Tbe Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May 9,1979  GIBSONS TRAVEL  >unnycrest-Centre,Jaib$ons 886-9255  MOMS DESERVE  BREAKS TOO!  Book A Holiday TODAY  & Give Her A Marvellous  SurpriseLon MotherVDay,  REMEMBER!  "One Call Does It Air  At No Extra Cost To You.  FIND HER SPECIAL NEEDS AT  ���   CENTRE, GIBSONS   The stores on this page are filled with gift Ideas to please mothers  of all agesl Dad and the kids will find the right gift for their  favorite lady I And for those last minute shoppers, we're open  until 9 p.m. May 11. Show Mom you love her, get her a gift from  Sunnycrest Centre.  t  uUotke/t's ^oy Cafce  A DELICIOUS- DOUBLE  LAYER CAKE FILLED WITH  FRENCH CREME FILLING  Only  $2.99  88    We're tight for you!  Does Your Club or Group Report  Its Activities Regularly to The Times?  PURSES���  For SPRING  *  SPECIAL     $888  SLIPPERS For MOM By Kaufman  SPECIAL    $688  ^- " ... ....  JUST ARRIVED-NEW BAGS  -Leather & Canvas  NOW IN-  NORTHSTAR-STAR MATES  Drop in & See Them,  ._ An The Latest Styles.  DON'S SHOES  Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons  886-2624  LET MOM  PICK HER OWN PATTERN OR FABRIC  FOR MOTHERS DAY      "  GIVE A  GIFT  CERTIFICATE  SPECIAL  CLEARANCE OF ALL fcV,"fc  BROTHERS SEWING MACHINES  % OFF  The  FAB SHOP  Across from SuperValu  Sunnycrest Centre  886-2231  H.1W*>  Put MOM  In The  Picture....  ���8x8 or 8x10  COLOUR ENLARGEMENT  FROM NEGATIVE  $939  MOTHER'S DAY  SPECIAL Mm  KITS COMPMA  886-8010  THE PERFECT GIFT  FOR MOTHERS DAY  CHARMS at 25% OFF  GOOD SCENTS  for MOTHER'S DAY  i*4*  Chantilly-Spray Mist n m  our Reg. Price - $7.00  sale    $5.50  Chantilly-Dusting Powder ,5ogm  our Reg. Price ��� $6.00  sale      $4.50  Chantilly-Hand and Body lotion 475 mi  Special n~ $3.25  sale    $2.50  Black Magic Chocolates  1 lb Box  saie  $3.88  Polaroid    sale $39.97  Take a Picture of Mom with a Polaroid One-Step  //'  'J*  ,ts l\ ���/^���^,  We have a Large Selection of Giftware and  Mothers Day Cards to choose from.  FOR SPRINO TIME ALLERGIES  12 hours Relief  Ornade-A.F. 12's  Crest  Tooth Paste  sale 99  100 ml  Johnson's Baby  Shampoo  ssomi sale $1.89  s><$  WESTERN  DRUG MART  ^m^QW9w iFwl.fim        Ww  ^|F^^W^(P.  lie       mm** mj   W^^fe      HwSJwSjH   wt  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre, Gibsons  886-7213  ��� ������  and all the things she does!  Celebrate Mother's Day  with a fine gift from  Fawkes Books & Gifts  UNIQUE  GIFTS FOR MOTHER  Elegant Handcrafted Leather  Choose from a selection of HANDBAGS  WALLETS KEY .CHAINS $3.50-$69.95  Collection of Delicate Porcelain  These are collectors pieces  By local artist MURIEL PARFITT  Roses  Perfectly preserved real roses  Long and short stem single roses  Blossoms under glass   $2,95 ��� $19.95  Pottery  Wine Goblets Tea Pots Sugar & Cream Coffee Pots  Casseroles Honey Pots  Butter Dishes Planters Much, Much, More  Local Artists at their best  We have many more unique gifts  LET US HELP YOU REMEMBER  MOTHER  Hallmark Mothers Day Cards  When you core enough to give the very best  X  AV'.Vf  '_T3?5��?fc_.._  (DC  ^���Vwiwl  w,<  ���A  ��>  ^  y/H  <//_  &  -+  /.,.>  '"^r  '.����� *_  f    ___r___r*  **?  "IW/A1  Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons  886-8013  _______>_yp___________i'  f___W^m\_% V ��� i ���  .A .  Ladies' Golf  The la<lies were out on the green bright  /and eariyMay 1 to compete In tbe  Stable, ord Tournament at tbe Sunshine  Coast Golf and Country Club.  ---Victoty^a-te^l^holes^were^elaimedby  Wpn__a^Ga_nes-with 62-points^and^etfy  Turnball was close behind with 60 points.  Nine holewinners-wererTsobel-Cowley  with 29 points ahd Margo Matthews with 25  points. .           ~l?A_5_E^Kapna_^^ or  replace furnace filters at least twice each  winter. Your furnace will work more efficiently and you will save on heating  costs.  LOCKSTEAD  Thursday, May 10  A-thoni-d by Mackenil* NDP  Phone  885-3311  Hu-rJcai-��lguH��r��--and^niotchlnflJfa��d-  cov��r In baked whit* ���namcl finish can now _�����  compUmantad with v#nt��d aluminum soffit  pan��lt ��� th�� final >tap In Arriving at a par.  manant solution to a parannlal problem.  ______  /iiV SUNCOAST  T+-       -** Weather Products  "^^ Box 1418. Sechelt.  HIGH POINT English performance.  Intermediate and overall winner  Karen Hayward, 14, left7gets ribbon  and trophy from Jenny Chrismas at  Timber Trails Riding Club meet  Sunday on Lockyer Road. Junior  English performance was won by  Brenda Gibspn, 13. At top, some of the  jumping action.  Section.C  Wednesday, May 9,1879  Pages 1-8  Timber Trails  Riding Club  Timber Trails Riding Club monthly  meeting was held at Sechelt Rod and Gun  Club, Wilson Creek Hall, May 2. It was  reported that the completed lease for  development of club property on Airport  JFtoa-L-has been obtained. Development  may now proceed.  Muriel Gibson looked after the chuck-  wagon at the Horse Show Sunday at Sid  Miles on Lockyer Road and the chili was  excellent.        /    '  Junior membeYs will be entering the  Timber Days Parade. Valerie Tait,  Sharon Robyns and Airlie Stockwell wiU  carry club banners. There will be a Car  Wash Saturday, May 12 at 11 a.m. at  Sechelt Elementary School with $1.50 for  wash, SO cents extra for a vacuum with  proceeds to Junior activities.  ��� Provincial  Elections Act;  Province of  British Columbia  NOTICE TO PROVINCIAL VOTERS  PERSONAL  IDENTIFICATION  AT THE POLLS.  , r��  On election day Thursday, May 10,1979 polling  station officials may request identification.  It will speed voting procedures if you  have some personal identification available.  Polling stations will be open from 8:00 a.m. to  S-OO^.m: Pacific Daylight Saving Time;*4'' *  ELECTION/79  BRITISH COLUMBIA  K. L Morton, Chief Electoral Officer,  M 2735 Qambie Street, Vancouver, B.C.  WE ARE OPEN FOR BUSINESS.  ���8 New CAMPIONS-Now in Stock-from  16 ft to 26 ft.  ���New, Used, Brokerage Boats.  Watch for Our GRAND OPENING.  r y  ,<���  ������ __  *���*  *<-jBa^%^Kj,^*��^^  ^ ���  SEA COVE YACHT SALES LTD.  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Our  exclusive Roto-Stop1* clutch system'  provides additional safely  by allowing you lo stop  Iho blado In seconds,  without stopping Iho  engine.  Tho cast aluminum  dock Is specially designed to  create tho ulmosl suction lor  cluunon cutting. And yot, ihoy'ro  surprisingly easy to opornto.  Honda 7.5 hp and 10 hp outboards aro equally outstanding. Wo  of for Iho only 4-stroko water-  cooled engines In Canada. Using  regular gas, Ihoy require no oil  mixing. Very offlclonl. Very clean,  vary qulot. Vary dapondablo.   ..��� ...  Honda porlablo generators are  great for homo, cottage, farm,  camp and  construction. Depending  on tho model, you'll got 21/. lo  7 hours of continuous, dopondublo  oporatlon por tankful with 300 to  3500 walls of powor.  Honda tillers aro supor powerful yot qulot, with chuln drive  transmission, powor tnko-off, safety  clutch and folding hnndlo.  Finally, thoro are our Gonoral  Purposo engines and wator pumps.  Interested?  Boat a path to your Honda  dealer listed below.  TTOTIXT1 JK  sJ-_s ��Mssj~���M^a.br-M ��J__sss^��_fc ssMta  POVVI.R PRODUCTS.  Til k^  if&  if&P  Mmtmn:  ___________    Amolaamdt��d   "-**** ..AMOttoltort,..-,,...  B.C. Road  i:M\dmr��  ������f>MQ?|<m<��n  MiMIKmIiiiiIiiiii liliii; mil I Hilt/ llHiiinlllii llunilil |lnti."Nul iiviilliililn nil niiiniMlliilliilii  -. IHw Wmmmwl-- v, f. m Iw I %m* -     effpif %Jri m w ...  Wharf Rd,, Sechelt  885-2030  Madeira Morlna (1974) Ltd,  Madeira Park  883-2266  % X  Page C-2  The Peni-isula.Times  Wednesday, May 9,1979  .'Coast Strokers  Wheeling lik^ the gull  By Dennis Gray  Use 'Times' Adbriefs to Sell, Rent, Buy, Swap etc.  A reminder tliatt-K? Gibsons Swimming .r   Please check your pool brochure for  '", Boy! when I was akid^we didn't have  wishy washy winters that sneaked into  ^_priitg^uslrte<��T^^  when I1 was a kid you knew it.was winter,  the snow came up to here; and believe me,  here on a little kid sure pan get cold.  'Course our summers were summers too,  never got any rain in August, never even  got any wind. We got wind every other  month though ��� not not winds, they were  storms. Yes when we got a storm, it was a  " storm ��� they don't make the like that any  more.  And money. Everyone knows money is  not the same any more either. Thirty-five  cents was my allowance then. It was never  enough but Igot by. -  Not even time is the same these days���  it goes faster than a thirty-five-cent  allowance; A ten-year resident was an old  t ^Jimer back then. Now it takes a fifty-year  ' 'resident to be an old timer and they don't  , even look any older. How come I got older  and they didn't? .-_   -^r-=rr_tat mostly I remember the storms ��� a  good thunderous storm had my nose  . pressed against the window watching  * nature's show. This was before television  became the centre of the universe and a  * kid's imagination was needed to make a  . common event entertaining. I usta watch  the seagulls as they swooped and swirled  ,^Jike a noodle in a boiling pot of soup and I  -'���^would, dream I-could fly. -When-a-gull-  plunged from the black wind-streaked sky,  I flew with him. So vivid was my  imagination I could see the angry waves  * rushing closer, felt the pull of gravity as  r ^  we pulled away the last instant and slid  faster than a thought along the white!  shoreline. '���  Even to-day I can feel the thrill of  wheeling and diving, feel the^wind tearing  at my clothes, forcing my very breath  back into my lungs as we plunge ever  faster then swoop up the other side, feel  the moment of weightlessness as I'm  thrown for a silent instant, free of gravity.  Arms outstretched, feet tucked in like the  graceful gull, a slight nudge sends us  racing left or right, the shoreline gives  way to the centreline, the wings to wheels,  but the thrill is just as real.  I'm riding one of the finest motorcycle  roads anywhere, North to Earl's cove,  twisty and hilly, enough to make it interesting, tight enough to keep the speed  down. As you plunge into a corner the rear  tirei chirping fromthe down shift, the front__  end low-clawing .for traction, then lifts,  just dustin' the surface; as the machine  springs in full song to the next corner.  ���-I^trflgEtflefffyou sway ��� man and -  machine as one, like a giant metronome as  you weave your way over the twisty road.  Corners and motorcycles. They are  synonymous.'One is wasted without the  other and you re-live past thrills and  pleasures on your fantasy flight.  All too soon the road comes to an end at  the sea, as I step off the machine to  stretchrandTemove my helmet, a large  gull glides close by, he seems to be  smiling. Perhaps some things haven't  changed, like seagulls and small boys.  Keep strokin.  Pool will start its fourth session of Red.  Cross Water Safety Lessons on Mbnday,  May 14, and Tuesday, May 15, 1979.  -Registration for these classes will be taken r  at the Gibsons Swimming Pool from May 3  until May 13 during pool hours.  Classes are offered for all age groups' *  from Pre-schoolers three years and up to  Adults. Lessons are twice a week for five,  weeks, which makes a total of 10 lessons:  Participants may choose between Monday <  and Wednesday classes between 6 p.m.  and 87p.m., or Tuesday and' Thursday  - between&p.m. and 7 p.m. for Children and  7 p.m. and 8 p.m. for Adult lessons.  .All classes are for a half-hour duration  except for Red Cross Intermediate and  Senior Levels and Adult classes which run  for one hour.  * This will be the last evening session till  September. During July a daytime Water-  Safety Program will be offered between 1  p.m. and 3 p.m., where participants come  every day for two weeks except for  weekends.  details, or phone Gibsons Swiniming Pool  at 885-9415.   , '        \.<  Tomorrow  Thursday, May 10  Vote  DON LOCKSTEAD  Authorized by Mackenzie NDP  offers you the  finest cuisine,  tth-a 7   spectacular setting.  "��ociV dag" aft Gfcej p/tepaftes a changing   uMenu 3tm to pmiide \iaml_ jo/t m Custowe/is"  885-2222  Reservations requested   ���       Hours:' 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.  tennis  NEW OFFICE SPACE  OCEftNYIEWin  WHARF CENTRE  Paved Parking in Sechelt  Only $4.00 per sq.ft.  Any Size Available From  300 sq.ft. to 1600 sq.ft.  call   .  BILL COPPING 885-3281  across from the Legion"  or RICK SIM 885-2062  IT IS NOT NECESSARY  .......'.���":��� ���.   tplsaye The Peninsula;7^';;;^.  for Memorial Funeral Services       l  Why deal with strangers when the Peninsula friends are always  available to give immediate service 24 hours a day     .  7!��l  Juniors  hot in city  Elphinstone's young tennis team,  composed largely of junior players, won  five of.ll sets against Gladstone in Vancouver, Wednesday.  Shirley Ten and Lis Bjornson, both in  Grade 9, won two sets of doubles, as did  Debbie McDonald and Bonnie Janiewick. ~  The other winner for Elphinstone was  Robbie Jonas, who took one singles'  match.  The Elphinstone team, coached by Jim '  Weir, will host Gladstone Tuesday, May 15  and will host the strong Windermere team  Thursday, May 17. Windermere defeated  the local team 9-2 in an earlier encounter.  ���Weir said this year's-team is notas���  strong as last year's squad, which had  several seniors, but is better balanced.  There are about 20 players on the team, '  although some are beginning players who  are not ready to compete in inter-school  matches.  Weir said the team plans to sponsor a  doubles^'termis tournam6rit,Jin GibsortiSy-  shortly. There will b three categories:,  men's women's and mixed doubles. Dates.  and details of the tournament will be  announced shortly.  Meanwhile,   improved  passing   and'  scrum play enabled Elphinstone's girls'  rugby team to get on the scoreboard for  Seaview Rd., Gibsons  DAN DEVLIN, Director  886-9551  the first time in three games Thursday, in,  a 10-4 loss to Port Coquitlam. Carta i"  Paetkau scored a try on an eighth man;  pick-up play set up by Krista Hooker. In an  earlier game against Port Coquitlam,  Elphinstone lost 16-0.  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Soup  Music Place  M for Music  Word Shop  News  Adam-12  Movie:  Flame tc  Donahue AU My  Confd. Children���  Gong Show Vancouver  Dick Van Dyke    Confd.  2:00  2:30  3:00  3:30  Edge of Night  30 From'  Bob McLean  Confd.  General  Hospital  Merv Griffin  . Confd.   ,  Confd.  Confd.  Movie:  Who ls Black  School Broad.  Take 30  Bob McLean  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  M.A.S.H.  Dinah  Cont'd.  Another World  Cont'd.  Movie:  Way Way Out  Art Cart  Once Upon  Over Easy  Behavior  the Arrow  Cont'd.  Popeye  Banana SpUts  2'8 Company  M.A.S.H.  Match Game  Gong Show  Confd.  Confd.  Party Game  Spiderman  4:00 Sherlock Holmes  4:30 "Mr. "Dressup   ������  5:00 NHL Playoffs  5:30     Confd.          $6,000,000 Man  Cont'd.  News  Cont'd.   Dahlia?  Cont'd.  Carol Burnett  News  6:00  6:30  --7i00--  7:30  Cont'd.  Confd.  -Confd.-  Confd.  Cont'd. '   Cont'd.  Confd. Cont'd.  -PJM.���Northwest���Sesttle   Exploration -Match Game  \   Pla  Price is Right  Confd-  Hockey  Playoffs'   Mike Douglas  Confdi __  News' 7  Confd.  Confd.  ,Confd.  $6,000,000 Man  , Conf A.  Sesame Street  Confd.  Mr. Rogers-   -  Electric Co.  Super Stars  Leave to Beaver  I Love Lucy   Part. Family  Funorama  Brady Bunch  I- Love -Lucy -  Andy Griffith  Petti.   Junction  Bewitched  - News -  Confd.  Cont'd,  jnfd.  Confd..  Confd.  Confd.  Mary T. Moore  Newlywed Game  "-Joker*S-WUd   News  Cont'd.  Angle.    '  Starr~oir~-ce-  Studdo See  Dick Cavett   News   ���Stepplng-Out���  Bewitched  My 3 Sons  -Hogan's Heroes  -Bob- Newhart   Newlywed Game   Carol   Burnett  DaUng Game       Bob Newhart  . Joker___Wi_d Vancouver   -Tic-Tac-Dough���Oonf ii ���  Wednesday, May 9,1979  Ibe Peninsula Times  PageC-3  Got the blues?  Want to get away from it all?  Take a walk!  paRTiciPScrmn^p  Walk a block/Today,  Sunnycrest Centre  Gibsons  8:00  8:30  9:00  9:30  Provincial  Election  Results  Cont'd.  Mork & Mindy  Angle  Barney Miller  Carter's MUler  Whodunnit ,  Highcliff Manor  Chevy Chase  Confd.  Provincial  Election  Coverage  Confd.  Time Express  Cont'd.  Hawaii 54  Confd.  Provincial  Election  Coverage  Cont'd.  Boy or Girl  . Confd.  Prime of Miss  Jean Brodle  Donna Fargo  Marty Robbing  Dolly  Pop Country  Crosswits  Merv Griffin  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Mandate '79  Confd.  Confd.  Cont'd.  10:00  10:30  11K>Q  11:30  Confd.  Confd.  National News  Night Final  FamUy '  Confd.  News "���  Starsky.  Hutch  Susan Anton  Confd.  NfiWS  Tonight Show  Confd.  Cont'd.  News.  Cont'd.  Barnaby  Jones  News     ' -  Late Movie  Confd.  Cont'd.  News  Confd.  Sounders  Soccer  Cinema B.C.  Cowboy Heaven  News  Dating Game  Odd Couple  Gong Show  Upstairs/  Downstairs  On the Buses  M.A.S.H.  Confd.  Confd.  Sports Page  Cont'd.  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Party Game  Spiderman  . 4:00  Sher. -Holmes  S6.000J.00  Confd.  Sanford &  Son.  Mike Douglas  at Large  Sesame .Street  Super Stars  Funorama  Petti.   Junction  4:30  Mr. Dressup '  Cont'd).  Price is* Right  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd-  Leave to Beaver  Brady Bunch  Bewitched  5:00  Part. Family  -AU in FamUy  News  Carol Burnett  Cont'd.  News  $6,000,000  Mr. Rogers  I Love Lucy.  I Love Lucy .  Andy Griffith  News  -5:30 -  Confd.   News ���  News  Confd.  Electric Co.  Part. FamUy  Confd.  6:00  News  Cont'd.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  News  Studio See  Bewitched  Newlywed Game  Carol Burnett  -  6:30  Confd  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Mary T. Moore  Cont'd.  Dick /Cavett  My 3 Sons  Dating Game  Bob Newhart '  7:00  Mary T. Moore  P.M,   Northwest  SeatUe  Incredible  Newlywed Game  Delta House  News  Hogan's  Heroes  Bob Newhart  Joker's WUd  Vancouver  7:30  Inventors  Muppet Show  Hollywood  Sqs.  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Berets  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Confd.  Sporfirpage  Confd.  Sunday, May 13  -���  CHANNBL2  CHANNBL 4  CHANNBL 5  CHANNBL 6  CHANNBL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNBL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00  Meeting  las. & Ana.  Dallas Open  Terry Winters  NBA Playoff  Junior Hockey  Earth, Sea  Movie; Rodan  Gospel Hour  Cont'd.-  100 Huntley St.  12:30  Place  Directions  Harold Lloyd  Cont'd. .'  Show Biz  Games  Championship  Cont'd.  & Sky  Wn.  Review  Cont'd  Confd.  1:00  Country   Can.  Sportsworld  Cont'd.  Co. Canada  13  & 14  Confd.  Rev. Solbrekken  Cont'd.  1:30  Hymn Sing  Movie:  Hymn  Sing  Confd.  Oonfd.  Wall. Street  Movie:  P.T.L. Club  Movie:  2:00  V.I.P.  7 Cities of Gold  ContU .  Movie:  Confd.  .Terry Winters  Good News  Another Choice  It Ain't Hay  Cont'd.  A Child Like  2:10  Gallery  Confd.  Movie:  High  Society  Confd.  Performances  Cont'd.  Confd.  Any Other  3:00  Music to See  Confd.  Lion in the  Cont'd.  Emergency  Movie:  Cont'd.  Movie:  Cont'd.  . Cont'd,  3:30  Sky Begins  World of  Streets  Cont'd.  One  She Cried  Making It  Love Boat  Morris  Cerullo  Wrestling  4:00  Paths ot Paddle  Sports  Cont'd.  Great Am. Game  Paths of Paddle  National  Murdter  In l.a;  Confd.  Perspective  Confd.  4:30  Man Alive  Tony Brown  Meet the Press  Man Alive  Geographic  In Search Of  Question  Period  Untamed  World  Royal  Cont'd:  Phil Silvers  ���   Movie:  Horst Koehler  5:00  News  NFL Teams  News  Student Forum  Heritage  Bionic  News        '  5:30  Spread Wings  News  McGowan  David Horowitz  Show Biz  German Soccer  Woman  Bomba:  Confd.  6:00  World of  News  Confd.  Confd.  News  Newa  News  Confd.  Star Trek  Lord of Jbngle  Sports Probe  6:30  Disney  How Corns  Travel '70  Around Here  Travel '78  World  Cont'd.  Confd.  T.B.A.-  7:00  Beachcombers  Osmond  World of  Beachcombers  60 Minutes  Osmond Family  Confd.  The  60 Minutes  Vancouver  7:30  Happy Days  FamUy  Disney  Movie;  Confd.  Confd.  Life Around Us  Virginian  Confd.  Cont'd.  8:00  Berney Miller  Fantasy  Cont'd.  Rollercoaster  AU In Family  1 Day at a Time  Battlestar  Over Easy  Cont'd.  Donahue  Confd.  8:30  3's Company  Island  Cont'd  Confd.  Galactlca ���  Cont'd.  Community .  Confd.  1 Day at a Time  9:00  Dallas  Movie:  Movie:  Confd.  Strangers ���  Lou Grant  Theatre  Forum  Movie:  Movie:  9:30  Cont'd.  Butch Cassldy  Cassandra  T.B.A,  Story of a  Confd.  Confd.  Probe  Angel With a  Modern Times  10:00  Political Fed.  & Sundance  Crossing  Confd.  Political  Mother &  WD  The Prisoner  Outlook  Trumpet  Cont'd,  Some Mothers  Confd.  10:30  T.B.A.  National News  Kid  T.BA.  Daughter  Confd,  Confd.  700 Club  Cont'd,  11:00  Confd.  Confd.  News  News  News  Sign Off  Sign Off  Confd.   '  Sports Page  Cont'd.  11:30  Night Final  News  News  Confd.  Late Movio  Confd.  Confd.  . Late Movie  Come one, come all to a bargain  blast as we celebrate our grand  opening under new management  Monday, May 14  12:00  1:30  CHANNBL 2  Swltzer  Search for Tom,  Today  Cont'd.  2:00  2:30  3:00  3:30  Edge of Night  30 From  Hob McLean  Confd.  CHANNBL 4  -~rm   Children  1 Life to Live  Cont'd.  CHANNBL 5  bays of  Our Lives  The Doctors  Another  World  CHANNBL 6  News  Ida Clarkson  Marcus Welby  Confd.  General  Hospltnl  Merv Oriffln  Confd.  4:00 Sherlock Holmes  4:30 Stationary "Ark  5(00 Partridge Fam.  9:30 AU In FamUy  ��|10  7:00  7:10  ���too  8:30  9)00  9)10  Wows  Cont'd.  Mary T. Moore  Reach For Top  *8,000,000  News  Confd.  Cont'd;  Cont'd.  Movie: ���  Thursday's  10:00  10:10  11:00  IliM  Lelf Garrett  Cont'd,  Confd.  Confd.  PM Northwest  Stand By  TJame  Confd.  Carol Burnett  News  School Broad.  Take 30  Bob MoLean  Confd.  CHANNBL 7  News  As World  Turns  Guiding Light  CHANNIL 8  News  Alan Hamel  Cont'd.  Adam 12  Confd.  M.A.S.H.  Dinah  Confd.  Another World  Cont'd.  Movies  Venetian  CHANNBL 9  Zebra Wings  Muslo Place  Books, Look  Measure Up  CHANNBL 11  Cover to Cover  Music  Over Easy  Survival Kit  News  Adam-12  Movie:  Monkey  Sanford & Son  Price Is HUHt  Confd.  Newa  Mike Douglas  Confd.  News  Confd.  Affair  Confd.  $6,000,000  Man  Sesame Street  Confd.  Mr. Rogers  Klectrlo Co.  Business  Confd.    '  l'opeye  Banana Splits  CHANNBL 12  Donahue  Confd.  Love of Life  AU In Family  CHANNBL 13  All My Children  Cont'd.  Vancouver  Confd.  Selvage 1  Cont'd.  T.V. Annual  -___!_-.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Seattle ���  Hollywood Sas.  sews  ���taurine  slauonal Newa  Cont'd.  News  Ho  "Bob Hope  Cont'd.  Movlei  Son Rise i  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Chopper Squad  ContU  lice Story  TvUraole of Lovo  Oonfd.  News  Tonight Show  Lou Grant  Cont'd.  Lawrence  Welk  Confd.  Mary T. Moore  Newlywed Game  Jokers Wild  News  Cont'd.  What's My Line  Head. Hunters  ewa Mag.  an Alive  . ews  Cont'd.  Snoopy Comes  Home  Cont'd.  M.A.S.H.  Movie;  Survival  Studio dee  Dick Cavett  News  News  Super Stars  Leave to Heaver  I Love Luoy  Part. Family  Blessings  M.AAII  Match Game  Qong Show  1  I  Lou Grant  Cont'd.  News  Late Movie  of Dana  Confd,  News  Confd,  BUI Mayer's  Comedy  Europe  Cont'd.  switched  y 3 Sons  Hogan's  Heroes  Dol) Newhart  Funorama  Brady Bunch  I Love Lucy  Andy Griffith  Confd.  Cont'd.  Party Game  Spiderman  Petti,   Junction  Bewitched  News  Confd.  The Rebels  Pt. 1  Cont'd.  Newlywod Game  Dating Game  Joker's Wild  Tie Tao Dough  Carol Burnett  Bob Newhart  Vancouver  Confd.  MTMmn  Confd.  Confd.  When Boats  Come In  Camping Out  Nows  Dating Game  Odd Couple  Qong Show  sWMMSMe_-MMMpllBpM_B-��-aSMi  Fight Against  Slavery  Dr. In House  Late Movie  Movie:  Victorian  Scandals  Pt. 3  Sports Page  Confd.  Tuesday, May 15  iff  ..si  CHANNEL 1  dwluer  Search for Tom,  Today  Cont'd,  Edge of Night  10 From  Hob MoLesn  CHANNIL 4  All M> Hsilldren  Cont'd.  One Life  to Live  Sherlock Ilolmsa  AU In Family  Conors!  Hospital  Merv arlffln  Confd.  CHANNIL 1  bays of  Our Llvas  The Doctors  Another  World  CHANNIL 4  Cont'd.  Cont'd. _,     ,  Young People  Unicorn Tales  ���wa  da Clarkson  Marcus  Welby  School UroaC  CHANNIL 7  Hews  As the  World Turns  Guiding Light  CHANNIL 6  News  Alan Hamel  Confd.  Adam 12  S.M  &,  "Solil _  Cont'd  a^N^  How jfleatles  Changed  World  Carof Burnett  Cont'd.  cLean  ._  _. Moore  ������� jor geople  K*lJ-5_-5-L-__.  hoaoiei  ationel News  Lav, & Shirley  a's Company  sr  AC***  ISP5*"  WW*  M.��.  Dinah  Confd,  Cont  ke Douglas  Confd.  Another  Cont'd.  Movie:  Last Run  WiW  CHANNIL 9  Explorers  Koomnsstlcs  Measure Up  2a Worth  CHANNIL 11  12  Tune  {he.r%Ve'  ��  "ConPdT  Confd,  Dine  Ombrells  Zebra Wings  Over Easy  Camping Out  News  Adam-12  Movie:  Kiss Tomorrow  A.  (JonH,  lary T,  &  Moore  xhnAmc  n'lMPhw  News  Movlei  _��.    .     ...    M       . ..  News  Cont'd.  Downright Disco  P*t*y_a��u��nt  fle����me fltreol  Confd.  Mr. Rogers  mpemo Co,  floodbye  ConfA  Popeye  Banana Spills  CHANNIL  bonahuo  Cont'd.  Love of Life  All In Family  ���tt.  Co?  CHANNBL 11  All My Children  Cont'd,  Vancouver  Cont'd.  Sunbeam Electric  LAWN MOWER  reg. $109.95 Sale   98  limited quantities  HIBACHI'S  14"X14"   reg. $19.95  .95  16" Round  reg. $21.95  Sale    *<J  Carter. Country  Just rrlemla  Grand Country  ffl  udio See  lok Cavett  swsmskera  Super i.tars  eave to Beaver  I Love Luoy  Part.- Family  2's Company  M.A.S.Il.  Metoh Game  Qong Show  Funorama  Uradv Bunch  1 Love Luoy  Andy Griffith  -cseh:���  Cont'd,  Party Qame  Spiderman  K^uih'tHT  News.  1ST  News  -____!____.  Wevin A  Pittsburgh  0 Tailors  �����eill-4r~��~~  awltohed  y 3 Sons  iogan'a Heroes  Ion Newhart  TfovTei  The Rebels  --��M*"dr-��   ewlywed Game  . atlng Game  JokeA Wild  Tie Tao Dough  Peltl. Junotlon  Bewitched  News  Confd.  Pj. In  _-_-__.  ews  J3-  the  Dating Gran  Odd Couple  Qong Show  Crosawlii  Merv Griffin  Confd.  Carol Burnett  Bob Newhart  Vancouver  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Laverne, Shirley  Movlei  CITIZEN BAND  ANTENNAES  model c-325  reg. 21.95  195  Sale  LOUNGE CHAIR  ,*1688  reg. $19.95  Sal<  Upstairs/  powrartslrr  On the Buses  ~m  T  Sports page  Boor  J_M  AND ITS  ALL FOR YOU AT  Sunnycrest Centre  Gibsons  )'-��*rt^w-H'Ji*ifw^Ke'f,ia*r  886-2442  \  '<���' Hydro has lots to do without Cheekye  PageC-4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May 9,1979  , Major B.C. Hydro transmission project  construction this year will include more  than 1,100 kilometres of line work at  various   locations   around   British  -Columbia^ '   The work consists  of  right-of-way  clearing, foundation installation, tower  erection and conductor stringing on  various 230 kV and 500 kV transmission  ~H06B. ; " ~  Several of the lines will be completed  this year, bringing the amount of transmission at 230 kV or higher in B.C.  Hydro's-.system to more.than  6,000  -_-Uom_-ies Jlher^aredso more than 8,000  Sechelt planning  chairman may quit  Sechelt Aid. Larry MacDonald refused  to discuss rumors last_week that he was  resigning as chairman of council's  planning committee after approximately  two months in the position.  "Tfiere's'a meeting 7 p.irL"Tuesday"  (May.8) MacDonald said. "And we'll have  it out then."  , Asked if he was denying the rumors,,  MacDonald said, "I'm just not saying  anything right now.  "I prefer to talk to the aldermen first  ~andJ w��i!t.be-ab-e-tQj-nt-l-_-uesday-!!   kilometres of lower-voltage transmission  lines and approximately 35,000 kilometres  of distribution lines in service.  To relieve the load on existing lines  serving-southern ^ancouvfirJLsl_ffldJ_twjn  500 kV transmission lines are being built  along the east coast of the Island between  Qualicum Bay and Victoria. Tower and  conductor installation is lihder way along  153 kilometres of the first line, which will  be placed In service later this year,  initially at 230 kV. Meanwhile, clearing  will take place along 144 kilometres of  right-of-way for the second line, which is  scheduled to be in service by 1081, also  initially at 230 kV. Operating voltage of  these lines is to be increased later to accommodate electric power from two  planned 500 kV undersea cables from^be  mainland.  Clearing of right-of-way and installation of tower foundations will be  carried out this year over a total of 485  kilometres for a, 500 kV line between  Nicola, near Merritt, and Cranbrook. The  line is expected to be completed in 1981 to  _meet_growingjlemand_ and ensure, unin-   PSkSSL-l  For your convenience,  Holiday Market is open:  MONDAY-FRIDAY, 9 am-8 pm  SAT. & SUN., 9 am- 6 pm  "for flowers, gifts & great produce"  HOUDAY MARKET  Madeira Park 883-2524  terrupted electric supply in the Kootenays.  ", Work is nearing completion, on 48  kilometres of 230 kV transmission lines  linking _the_rnew Selkirk substation,  southeast of Trail, with the Seven Mile  project under construction 3 kilometres'  farther south, and with the Kootenay  Canal generating station between Nelson  and Castlegar. These projects will make it  possible for more electric power to be fed  into the integrated tnuismission system.  Also slated for completion this year is a  third 500 kV transmission line from the  Peace River region to WiHiston substation  at Prince George. The new line will bring  power to the integrated system from tbe  Peace Canyon hydroelectric project, now  nearing completion on the Peace River  downstream of W.A.C. Bennett Dam.  Work to be done this spring and summer  includes 55 kilometres of tower erection  and 150 kilometres of conductor stringing.  Immediately west of Prince George,  "conductor is being strung for a 29-~  kilometer "by-pass" 500 kV line which will  permit an existing line to be used for local  requirements when construction is  completed this July.  Also in the Central Interior, a wood-  - pole 230 kV transmission line is being built  between 100 mile House and a major  at ' Soda  Creek,  north   of   Williams Lake. This 52-kilometre line will  make additional electric power available  to customers in the 100 Mile. House area  when it is placed in service this fall.  Approximately half the right-of-way  will be cleared this year for an 80-  kilometre line between the Revelstoke  hydroelectric project, now under construction on the Columbia River 5  kilometres upstream of Revelstoke, and  the Ashton Creek substation north of  Vernon. This 500 kV line, to be completed  in 1983, will form one of the connections  between the Revelstoke project and the  integrated system.  Clearing will also start this year for a  37-kilometre, 230 kV transmission line to  take power from the Ashton Creek substation to meet new demands in Salmon  Arm area. Competion Is scheduled for  1981.  hi.      ",i~_m\_______Q~Mk^M_________,^*___m___*t____________\ ^^___ti_;j__i^____t____t'.^m^t________^___________?^___m^  . *.Vy_______i    ___f^________.t /___��* 0_*______-"^_____k.. ______^T^____fl________ll^______ ���_______.   ^____M_____W~'m_______.w_____m. 4_______L  v_ 1*J_^_PiV(^______P'l^_______Vfl______L____________________:a> ^_^_Fv.-_j^^^K^   t / >r*_ .  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Ai  You're better of f  with the NDR  f U��  :M'h   rffe n:  ���*"   s_    "_>__*_���  w*0%+ A  m aeciien:, oo9-9oi_e &*&  Gibsons, 886^214  O  ef  DON LOCKSTEAD  Mackenzie ���  >,  -  i  '  * .  ���  -  t'  (.  J*  ���'  1  '1  ,1  i  '.  ���  I  IN GIBSONS  Sunnyc/tesi  Stopping  Cent/tG  yoxt'U even. need.  WW,  UPHOLSTERY &  &OATTOPS  Mattress  Toppers,  queen size  nri  ea.  m  886-7310  Windsor  ? .,,!.;,!_ est. Hwy.  Olbsons.  "MORE  JUST  PLYWOOD1  886-  9221  PORT MELLON INDUSTRIES CREDIT  *, UNION -GIBSONS ,  *_-Cfw_st< tit- O-tf&tt cemmimuttts  * Loans  * Mortgages  * Best Saving Rates  LOCATED NEXT TO  THE BUS DEPOT  886-8121  HIRE AN  EXPERT IN  TILE SETTING  886-9505  FRE'E; ESTIMATES  NO OBLIGATION  Don't be sorry  years later.  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T.WB. \        "v  at child abuse  By CAL LEE  Society has long ago recognized the  concept and validity of rehabilitation.  However, when child abuse is mentioned  _ the almost universal reaction is to become  incensed with the parents. There is no  t empathy for these parents who are often  ^viewed as less than human. Today, than__T  to an increased- awareness and greater  understanding of this problem, a much  more positive view has developed.  Awareness^^tselHsHhel^i^if-eaclr^  frustrated arid confused. Parents can grow  from exploring themselves and discussirig  with others' the joys and difficulties of  parenting. ' :1 ,'"   \'4   J  Parents, are as precious and lovable as  the children ahd need to be understood and  loved too. This year is our year as people  and parents to better understand ourselves, our children, and each other.  ���Council for tiie Family  PEOPLE-WHa like people. Anose���volunteers at the^Adult4#ycare-at~-jffa_d^ the  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  Gibsons Kin Hut Tuesdays and  Thursdays from about 10:30 a.m. to 3  p.m. Volunteers are also needed to*  direct people and help them find their  new addition. A two^fiour commitment would really help. Call 885-  3821. /   ' .  and everyone of us iraitwrthat we, are  potential child abusers this is a start Each  one of us can recognize that everyone has  strengths and weaknesses. Change and  growth are possible In an atmosphere of  warmth and acceptance more than in one  of ostracism and condemnation. It is easy  to see that people who are condemned and  ostracized do not come forward to ask for  assistance, help and understanding.  _���Thus,ln May, Family Month, as well  as this being the Year of the Child, it is an  icellwit���time���to���beeoroe���more���un-  derstanding of ourselves ttid others.  This month is also an auspicious time  for every.adult to recognize hls-her influence on children. It is a time to strive  for more effective and positive ways of  interacting with children. Friends, nurses,  counsellors and social workers are there to  talk to, to understand and to help you.  Parenting courses are offered by Adult  Education: This- montlinE_ffo_t_r~evsry~  .parent a chance to build-upon his or-her  strengths to greater strength, away from  weakness in an atmosphere of warmth and  acceptance.  Child abuse can be prevented by understanding   that   part   of   which   is  NDP job formula  Unemployment the  issue here not unity  "If Clark and Trudeau want to know  what this election is all about they should  get out and knock on a few doors in this  riding," challenges Ray Skelly, NDP  federal candidate for Comox-Powell  River.  - -' Skelly, who has been ringing doorbells  since his nomination 18 months ago, says  national unity is not the issue in this riding.  "National unity is being exploited as an  issue for selfish, party political gains," he  said. f'._  Skelly says the Conservation pretense  ijiiiiilrr's up to you   IH  IllliiiiiELP PREVENTS  " '"'��C CANCER:#!:;;  &YOUKNQVV   711   mb&WmMm: m  . & <g '���      w  THINK; ABOUT IT.  CANADIAN  CANCER  SOCIETY  to represent a unified nation is a bad joke. '  . "They can't even get their act together  within their own party. Ask Vic Stephens,"  he said, referring to the Provincial Tory  leader's allegation of a back-room deal  between the Federal Tories and Provincial  Socreds that leaves Stephens and his  provincial Tory party out in the cold.  "Trudeau's posturing as the saviour of  the nation, is equally absurd," Skelly  stated.  "He is the guy that got us into this mess  ��� east against west,.provinces against  Ottawa 7 and Francophone against  Anglophone."  "What people are really concerned  about in this riding are bread and butter  issues ��� the cost of bread and butter and  the means of earning ertough so you can  afford to buy them. These are the  problems that really unify Canadians," he  .said/- ���.:'  .;'''���.  The political aMlyils are predicting  'miriorlt^government with the NDP  holding the balance of power. The NDp  would have an important influence on the  policy of any minority government.  "'Any government relying on ��JDP  support is going to have to deal with  Canada's number one priority: jobs. Ed  Broadbent, and the NDP have worked  hard to focus the attention of the nation on  the number one economic issue: unem-  VOLKER KAEAALING  GOVERNMENT LICENSED  SUNSHINE COAST PEST CONTROL LTD.  *Pre-Troatmont of Buildings UncUr Construction  * For guarantood control of Carpontar Anti, Rodonti, Skunks and  othorP.,,.. ���    ^i.   .^Jy.    ,  MADEIRA PARK, B.C. '*W*       ^P\* 883-2531  AI [MOON INN  & SERVICES 885-5500  ���WE HAVE GAS & DIESEL  PUMPS & TOW TRUCK SERVICE.  ���RESTAURANT OPEN  .THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY* SUNDAY  HOURSs 4:30 P.M. -10:00 P.M.  7 77 ,  Th* Clarkiont ��� 8 mlUi north of S��ch��lt ��� Hiway 101.  ployment. There are one million  Canadians out of work and seven thousand  are in this constituency," Skelly says.  "While Trudeau and the Liberals have  talked of national unity saying little could  be done about unemployment without  increasing.Inflation,, the Conservatives  have been blaming the victims of unemployment for their problem, saying that  people who 'really want to work' could find  jobs."  "The NDP has a clear, workable  program to achieve full employment. The  NDP program has two parts ��� an  emergency plan to create 300,000 jobs now,  and a long term plan.  The emergency plan includes: 1. A 1.5.  billion tax cut for low and middle income  earners ��� 150,000 jobs, 2. A $500 million  program or urban development and rapid  transit ��� 70,000 jobs, 3. A $400 million  program to develop co-operative and low^  __39_��!__)ud!_g___^^^  dollar program of incentives to small  business to pay one-half of up to three  extra employees. "This program would  create from 250,000 to 300,000 jobs at no  cost to the taxpayer," according to Skelly.  Where would the momey come from?  The corporate tax credit of $1.2 billion  given for plant expansion would simply be  turned over to the low and middle Income  taxpayers.  2. The employment created  would  result in a substantial cut in the $5 billion  spent on social assistance and unem-  - ployment Insurance.  The 300,000 new wage earners would  also be contributing to income tax  revenue.  The long term program to create full  employment would Include: 1. An allocated investment fund specifically for job  creation, 2. Affirmative action programs  would be adopted by the civil service, and  incentives provided to the private sector to  join in these efforts to open the door to  employment for people who have had  difficulty in finding work in the past.  This employment program could easily  be funded by collecting the $9 billion in  deferred corporate taxes and interest  owed to the federal government. ���  "The long-range NDP strategy would  regain for Canadians control of their  resources ��� Canadian resources  processed in Canadian factories means  Canadian jobs. That's the route to a strong  unified nation/' Skelly concluded.  "The Conservatives and Liberals know   tiW-jn.fo.tnMlfc^ why  Joe Clark and Pierre Trudeau were flown  In. The NDP is strong here. Tom Barnett,  presently Mayor of Campbell River, was  the CCF and NDP Member of Parliament  for seventeen years," Skelly added.  AL LAZERTE  "wants to be YOUR member of parliament-not the representative  of jiuH^Jonalf or foreign union*-not the yennan of a,  one-man government He wants to be YOUR spokesman in Ottawa."  p+E  Powoll Rlvor Hoadquarltrti 4712 Marin* Avo.  |cpm��r Alb*ml * Marino] Phonoi 4IS-H33 or 4IM2ft��  PublUhdd by Comox-Pow��ll Rlvtr        .  ,  Progressive Con��orvatlv�� Association  AL LAZERTE  wants foHbo  YOUR  mombor of parliament  DON'T FORGET MOTHER  MAY 13th.  -HANGING BASKETS  -FUCHSIAS  -IMPATIENTS  -MIXED  -GERANIUMS  -PLANTERS  -A good selection of Bedding  Plants, Both Vegetables &  FLOWERING PLANTS  ^^ForlNDOORS  s  Flowers  salmis    PENTANGLE PLANTS  -AZALEAS  -HYDRANGEA'S  -RIEGER BEGONIAS  -CHRYSANTHEMUMS  -AFRICAN VIOLETS  -DISH GARDENS  And much more to choose from.  We Deliver.  Dr, McQeer, llw Minltler ol Education decided  ta decentralize children with handicaps Children like  Barah art now being eent lo regular schools ��� lo Oo  'mein��tre��med'.  Dm Dr, McQoer 'lorgol' aomelhlng. Ho lorrjol (hot  nolmol hoard* roqulra antra limdina to provide lha apocial  care and programe neoded liy children who am hard nl  healing, phyalcally dlnahled and with limited mental  ahlllllee,  Ma alan 'forgot' lo get tha other Qovornmonl  departments ��� lha Mlnlatry nl Health and Ihe Ministry  plW��l!��i��"~!Q!MUholr��h��!��o|lheblll, ,   So now Barah'a problem ia ours because tha  achool boards will have lo get the antra money If om us,  Ihetaxpayer!  And Dr. McOeet? We hava to credit him tor Keeping  down Ihe Provincial Qnvemmenl'a share ot public achool  costs, even though It la al our anpenae,  II s lima Ihe Hollars followed Hie handicapped child,  lie lima lo decanlialue lha dollars Into the local achool  district along with lha handicapped child, Thal'a what we  think oandklatoi tor gnvernmenl ahould be talking  about In Ihla election.  Cast YOUR Vote on MAY 10 For:  Local Control of Education  Adequate Financing for Public Education  Removal of School Financing from Property Taxes  Why YOU?  'Cause KIDS Can't Vote!  Sponsored by Sechelt Teachers Association  �� ��� -. -\   "'���"'           \  .   \  '������';������.'  .'.-..'���   ���������.....  ,7 ���;. 7..'-..;.���  '.'���;.     '      [.'  1     /.���'..  \ -  ;   V            ���'���  A  ������ ���' -V.  v-: ���  i  [���]'h;A  ��� ���. ���.  .    ^  ���������������������>      I  '���              ���     ���          -     1                 1  - -  ���.              ������'���������  1  .  ���  :  ���  ,  ���;   '     ���               "' ;  -  '  <"  �����  -  -  f  , '  c  ���   ���  't pull rug  from under Village  Page C-6  The Peninsula nines  "You think now I am going to pull the  rug out from under the village? After I've  wori_edaaJ____LyiBa-Siorlt_-!!   "Then why am I putting up the bond?"  Watson asked.  "Because this road has been such a hot  �����  "I resent that implication very much."  Former alderman Norm Watson, after  presenting Sechelt village council with a  * $22,500 letter of credit to cover the cost of  : -pavingtwo4hirds of-Marine-Wayr was  angered at Aid. Morgan Thompson's belief  that the rezoning bylaw for Block 10,  District Lot 304 should not be passed until  provision had been made to pave the entire  road.  Thompson said the "original intent"  put to council in a letter was that Marine  View Way Ltd., would have the entire road  linking Reef and Trail.  "In conjunction with the other property  owners," Watson said.  ~ I_^VM"Epno��d71��lTaOafd~he was  acting for the other owners, said council  refused their offer in December "to put up  cash" to cover the remaining cost, so they  could get the six lots registered.  Watson said he gave council tbe letter  of creditltaSkedfor��� "now which way do  you want it?"  : :"i -just want the road completed,"  Thompson said.  potato, myself, Mr. Van Egmond and the  owners of the six lots have said we will  pave the bloody road," Watsort said.   ~  "Ican't say it any plainer than that."  Thompson said he has not been happy  about "Van Egmond's work concerning  roads."  "I want to see the finished road base."  Van Egmond said he had authority  from the people involved to "get the job  done."  "We're obviously not going to pave  until the road base is approved," he said.  Acting village clerk-treasurer Ron  Gibb said early in the discussion a letter  stipulating the letter of credit was  -ldepo_dted--^m--4he___nderetanding���tha'  council approve rezoning for Lot 10 and the  remainder of Lot 18 negated the letter of  credit.  Watson agreed to* withdraw the condition and has since written a letter to that  effect, Gibb said Friday.  The bylaw, 146.1,1979, was adopted on a  motion by Aid. Frode Jorgensen. Thompson seconded the motion, while Aid. Joyce  Kolibas voted against it.  jo/t <JAotlie/is ^Dau.  Book Look  By MURR/-REDMAN  I MARRIED A BEST SELLER by Shefla  Hailey, Doubleday C1978,287 pages, $9*95.  That writers are flight, fastidious and  philandering is borne out by Sheila Hailey,  wife of the famous Canadian author,  Arthur. Fortunately, she feels the agonies  of living with the artistic mind are all  worth it. In fact, she is not adverse to  having, the odd fling, though not in tbe  name of research, herself.  Sheila, Arthur's second wife, worked  with Arthur at MacLean-Hunter's where  the two met. Beginning a little  prematurely according to the legalities,  the whole of their married life seems,  according to Sheila, one crisis after  another. Granted, the crises are not  always mammoth; instant movies, for  example, but they do range from Arthur's  affairs to flairs of temper on behalf of  either.    - _      . . _           Success came rapidly to the. young  artist when his first radio play, better  known to you as "Airport", but then aired  as "Flight Into Danger" went on CBC  - television in 1956. From then, on, Hailey  ascended the ladder of success' with,  among others, HOTEL, THE  MONEYCHANGERS, and WHEELS. For  . C.    W ATE KS   ClEA  Sheila there was, in the interval, years of  diaper changing, waiting for hubby to  return home, tolerating his dallyings with  other women and trying to make homes  wherever. Arthur decided would be the  best place to dwell. (They now reside in  the Bahamas).  . For all its seeming incompatibility, the  relationship remains solid but flexible.  Both parties appreciate the needs of the  other, both are willing to let the truth of  their feelings show/both know the value of  retaining home and family regardless of  temporary setbacks. What a perfect  formula for the perfect marriage!  Among the trials Of being an author's  wife, Sheila lets us in on Arthur's  character. He is a meticulous researcher.  He must have absolute silence when he  works. He is neat to a fault. He must enjoy  the rare freedom of being able to come and.  go at will, regardless of family or wife'. He  is not selfish; he ia dedicated to his art.  To be a best seller requires tremendous  effort and Stella is willing to give the extra  understanding reguired ^- but through,it  all she remains a' very wilful and independent lady. Perhaps that is one of the  reasons why Arthur loves her so much!  However, she still awaits the thrill si  haying a book of Arthur Hailey's dedicated  to her.  For readers who have enjoyed Hailey's  books over the years and who eagerly  await his latest one,- this biography is a  must. For people who revel in thesuccess  of Canadians, Sheila's story is most  rewarding. / 7  Wednesday, May 9,1979  Qtml  Specials  ow  Sp/ting-^arafbagg  lA&o a gfteat sefeetion 4  women's summed shoes  c  oUo-fecfts ^Doy  SMORGASBORD  Saturday May 12 & Sunday May 13  . "ETafce iMm <Dut jon 'Diwtai  Phone for Reservations 885-2911  I  Date Pad  May9-  May 10  May 10  May 10  May 11  May 12  May 14-  (M-V* lAM  Family Library �� Storytlm*, WH*on Crank Community Hall, 11:30-1.  - Alcoholics Anonymous Minting, WlUon Crack Community Hall,  8;30. For Infor call 005-3696 or 886-3394.  - Roberts Cra*k Uglon Sr. 219 Blnoo. Early blrd7, rauular, 8 pm.  - Stckll Hospital Auxiliary Mating, St, Hilda's Hall. 1:30 pm.  - Community Library, Wilson Cra��k Community Hall, 2-4 pm.  - Fun Fair at Codar Orovo ilomontary School, 1-8 pm. Frankonstoln  movla, pam����, otc.  May 12 ��� Car Wash, sponsors*, by Tlmbor Trails Rldlno Club, Stcholt  Elomvntary', 11 am. $1,50 wash, 90c vacuum,  - Slid* Show ol Australian wild flower*, orchids A shrubs, sponsored  by tha Arts Centra Bulldlno Fund. Chataloch Music Room,  8 pm, $1.00  May 15 ��� Woman's Aglow Fellowship Lunch, Harmony Hall, 11 ;30 am,  Ladles of all ages wtlcoma,  May 10 ��� Al Anon, St. Aldan's, 8 pm  May lo ���Roberts Creek Community Association Monthly Meeting,  Community Hall, 8 pm.  May 24���CWL Rummage �� Oarage Sale, Holy Family Church Hall, 11 om-2 pm.  June 3 ��� Fantastic Flea Market ��� Craft Pair, Olbsons Winter Club, 10 am-  4 pm. Far stall rental ph. 886-9816 or 686-7712.  Through May at Sunnycrest Mall ���- "Alr^orn" ��� a history ol aviation ���  sponsored by Elphinstone Pioneer Museum.  USI THIS SPACI TO PROMOTI YOUR ORGANIZATION'- IVINTI.  IT'IPRII, CALL 880-32)1.  H  CAMPBELL'S FAMILY SHOES  & Leather Goods Ltd.  "In the heart of Sechelt"  885-9345  98 years young  By NANCY BAKER  It was a unique celebration of life the  day James Anderson had his 98th birthday  in the comfort and warmth of the Jack  Rioux household on Field Road, Wilson  Creek ��� a life that is described as having  shown humor, gentleness of nature and  kindness for people.  "We tried to do what's right, that's all.  If you don't feel like it, or don't want it, you  don't need it and shouldn't do it," he says  reflecting on his years.  Born in 1881, ahd the only surviving  _membe_r_of a family, of ten children, he  recalls early years where there was  always excitement,  always something  going on.  "We helped one another but now they  . are���alljgrpwa-up aj$ .scattered."  He grew up in England and calls  himself a "bloomin' sparrow" and during  his long and eventful life he has* been a  man of many talents and is said to have  been an expertin every field he pursued.  He apprenticed as a machinist and  engineer in England for seven years and  when he volunteered for service in the  Boer War'he became an expert sharp-  "gtoroteraainio^  He came to Canada in 1909 and worked  for the Patent Office where one of his  projects was to help design and build the.  first successful airplane engine in the  country.  He later came to British Columbia  where he toured the province and at one  point he made his living by playing the  banjo and mandolin professionally.  "The travelling was too hard and you  don't meet the g6od people," Mr. Anderson says about that part of his long life,  but he still maintains there are more good  CBC Highlights  AM RADIO  Thursday ��� Provincial Election  coverage - 8 p.m.  Saturday ��� The Hornby Collection - ,  8:05p.m. Part 1 Mother ��� a monologue by  George Ferehci performed by Nell  Deinard. Part 11 Inside-Out, a play set in a  prison by Christian Bruyere starring  Winston Reckert.  Sunday ��� CBC Stage 1:05 p.m. City  Sugar by Stephen Pollakoff ��� a disc  , Jockey and a teeny bopper have their  dreams shattered when they meet satire  ^ on commercial radio.  Tuesday ��� CBC Playhouse 8:04 p.m.  The Antique Bandit by Laurence Gough.  FM RADIO  Saturday - Signature 7:05 p.m. Part 1.  Do you know what you're going to wear  tomorrow? A documentary about clothes  and fashion. Part 11 Tho Sound of Pound,  the ventures Into music of the American  expatriate poet, Exra Pound - produced by  National Public Radio based on the book  Ezra Pound and Music by R. Murray  Schafer.  Sunday���Celebration 10:05 p.m. Under  Condemnation, a portrait of English  religious reformer John Wyclif  (132tto-38f) and the music of others who  fell afoul of the religious establishment.  Monday ��� Ideas 8:04 p.m. Canadian  Internationalists In five parts through  Friday.  CBC TELEVISION  Thursday���Provincial Election results  8 p.m.  Saturday ��� Sportaweekend 12 noon  Manchester United plays Arsenal. The  Marine Stakes for 3 yr. olds; Canadian  Judo Championships from Quebec City)  Canada Great Britain Weightliftlng from  Coventry; International handball from  "WhTrtpegr"  Mondiry-- 8 p,m Let! Garrett Special  with guests Bob Hope, Brooke Shields,  Marie Osmond arid Flip Wilson.  people than bad.  "That's the way I look at it," he adds.  He then settled in Vancouver and  rented a jroom from a family, later  marrying (he daughter who was a successful business woman at the time and  owner of one of the city's first hairdressing  salons.  "She was a good wife, It would have  been awful to spend that much time with  somebody I didn't like," Mr. Anderson  says wryly.  The couple moved North about 1930  where they homesteaded 140 acres of what  is now Boston Bar townsite.  "I saw it as a good thing. We started  living in a tent for a few years then built a  small log cabin. My wife grew all our  vegetables and we slowly cleared more  ^space for ourselves.' We worked1'the1 right  to ownership."  A few years after WW II the highway  was,put through with the right-of-way  crossing the Anderson property. To service the cars, Mr. Anderson opened the  first privately-owned gas station outside  the Vancouver area.  Mrs. Anderson expanded the vegetable  n-Sr^e-'^d^^oiiple opened a 'small  restaurant "-Specializing In friendship and  home-cooked meals."  The Andersons came to the Sunshine  Coast in the company of life-lon^friehd  Art Peake and moved to Halfmoon Bay in  1970 to be near the water.  Mr. Anderson has lived alone for the  past six years and has been alert and in  good health up to the present.  THE REAL ISSUES  ��� Employment  ���Prices  ���Foreign ownership  ���Energy  ���Conservation  On May 22 Elect  RAY SKELLY  N.D.P.  Authorized by the O.A., Comox-Powell River N.D.P., 1509 Cltffe Ave., Courtenay, B.C.  i Timber Days 79 soon  Wednesday, May 9,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageC-7  By CARL CHRISMAS v si_perri3ion. Kathy will be making a list of  -���TimberDays timeH-S^ast-arrivlngand ���hercompetlngrgroups -and- possibly -her-  tti__Jtroops-_are_j^ous]_ iBvwyohe 7 iS--_Ms--_t1mhet-l^  looking over their shoulder and under their  note books to make sure no little detail has,  been overlooked that could blow thS wh61e  thing at the last minuerTherare asking;-  Have we ordered enough trophies? Ribbons? How many floata in the parade? Is it  ' going to rain? Have we made provision in  caste it does? Will Trish Cramer's horse  embarrass us all with an unscheduled  fertilizer delivery? How about Judges?  fpfn   o_0   fitc  But after last night's Committee  meeting in the Senior Citizens hall while  joined in spirited discussion about all of  the above, it all seemeaVfcrcome together.  --���lRawWde4iomerGlass^schaiirmaTrof-  the Parade Committee reported that he  expects about thirty floats; that he has a  full o^lii^utridei-- with walky-talkies  .   and(.BsinTrucks;andthathls"round'em ' bandleaders.  with this report.. She reports that her  Timber Days dance_.ia-all sold out .unless,.  she gets some,last minute cancellations.  ~Lucy~Chrismas is Kathy's���special  assistant as well as official 'bagman^ whfle  sharing the duties of program advertiser  collections with Bill Hughes of the  Foresters. '  Sergeant Bob Evans of the RCMP was  on hand lo offer his cool and thoughtful  advise on parade techniques and on other  matters that required a guiding hand. Our  Committee really appreciates his help!  Dorothy Goeson reported on her May  Queen activities and seems to have  "eYeryt-_-t^~^Tmnd7T56rothy has been  working hard on getting bands for the  parade and has lined up some real talent.  She is just waiting on confirmation from  up and head 'em out" business is well in  band! Good news! Homer will be free of  his political duties on May 10 and will be  available to gather up your float entry  forms and answer your questions. Give  . him a call at 885-9418.,    Kathy Acton's Special Events group  ~tev^HET~gruelling~_week-:of nslosh  practice  to  oversee  badminton  naments, darts and cards and other1 activities that require equipment and  In the May 2 Issue, - Coupon  section, C ft S Hardware should  havo read ��� Coupon good May  2-5 ONLY. Sorry "for any In-  convenience caused.  And her is something special for you  kids. This being the Year of the Child, we  are donating free hot dogs, pop and ice  cream to the first 500 kids that arrive early  at the Park' on opening day. Tokens will be  ued as a medium of exchange and they can  .    .    be turned into booths that serve the above  race-^te---s.7lVe-T-re^i^  tour- , Claus to fill his bag with tokens and sea  that every child receives his S-$re,.4nit  Santa is in the South trying to tt^aw out  after the hard winter at the Norfn Pole. If  he cannot attend, then we may get-the-  circus clown to do the Job for us. But be  sure to get Mom and Dad to bring you  early so you don't miss out; Children up to  the age of 12 years are eligible for the free-  bee's  The Credit Union Fishing Derby is  being held on two -successive Saturdays  -this yearrMay"12 and May" 197 Weigh-in  -will beJ2. to 3 p.m. on both days and we will  be trying to provide a little fun and entertainment with.local talent-during ihe  hour. Many trophies and nice prizes will be  Hj^sent^ for each category, and there .���  jwill-be a-speeiid-prize-fo^aHparentaflwd-7  category. The new programs are ready  now and may be picked up at the Sunshine  Coast Credit Union office on Cowrie St.,  ]_arry McDonald will fill you in on details.,  Ahd all you Junior Loggers we'll see  Monday, May 21. Wait until-you see the  beautiful perpetual trophy that-But. I^och  of Sunshine G.M. has donated. He wiS  display it as his showroom year round and x  the name of the winner each year will be  engraved on a plate as a permanent  record. Next year will be in an oldejr'  category for more of the teen agers.  There will also be nice keeper trophies ���<  . and cash prizes for all winners and -  something for each entry. ���   ''"  Plastic hard hats will be available from  .Loggers Sports Committee at $2 for all  youngsters who participate. .  �� Tokens for free goodies will be set aside  for all junior competitors so they can fill  that yawning gap which will be produced  sleeping bag race, baking contest, jthatare__  open to spectators. Each team is entering -  ^Timber-Maid-lh-theMs. Timber Days  competition who will be eligible for the  title only through an accumulation of  points JSo come put and support your_team__  in the scoring events.  Clean Up You. Act  Pilch-ln  SEAMLESS GUTTERS  MOBILE UNIT  . TEAM TIMBER MAID  1. Sechelt Lions Mary Anne Darney  2. Royal Bank Andrea Bobart  3. Trail Bay  Developments ....... Janice Mullen  4. Sechelt RCMP Leeanne Nestman  1fc Bank of  .   Montreal Carol Bystedt  6. Legion Branch   _40-^-^-~--t~ r-^^,-r^-rr-Bonnie-W4gard  7. Halfmoon Bay  Recreation pomm Els Mercer  8. Kinsmen Debbie Nestman  9. Chamber of  Commerce Mare Hoffar  10. St. Mary's  Hospital Roberta Esaw.  Sorry to have to report to those looking  forward to attending the Timber Days  dance that all pur tickets are sold. The  GUTTERS INSTALLED  ANYWHERE ON THE PENINSULA  INSULATION  MOBILE UNIT  BLOWN IN NEW HOMES OR EXISTING HOMES  Walls  ���Ceilings  SIDING - VINYL OR ALUMINUM  SUNDECK'COVERS ��� ALUMINUM  AWNINGS - ROLL UP, ADJUSTABLE  NEW OFFICE SPACE  OCEAN VIEW in  WHARF CENTRE  Paved Parking In. Sechelt Any Size Available From  Only $4.00 per sq. ft. 300 sq. ft. to 1600 sq. ft.  "across from the Legion"  call  BILL COPPING 885-3281  or  RICK SIM 885-2062  To Property Owners on  New Sewage tines ���  NOW IN STOCK  Approved Sewer Pipe for  4" SOLID PIPE Regular 89c  30 DAY SPECIAL  Buy Now and Save  only  79  C  III*    I la  Further Reductions on Skip Quantities (450 lin. ft)  Fittings and Special Sewer Adaptors  also in stock  Available at  <*_���___��� i-_____-����aiMaaS��aaa��aa_aa___m^^  SecheltBuilding  Supplies Ltd.  mmm~~rmm'*l^^_f_fWWml&,WW   'P ^^F~\~~W P ��� IP * l~Hlm~WWW  S85-2283 ��� *3B5nT".           Scoring Events start May 14 with bad-  by^tiie^OTtrTou-w^  winning your events. Good Luck, Kids!    , Secondary School. The card tournaments  Our new progteri-S will  be ready < (bridge, cribbage, darts) is Tuesday, May  sometime nert^fe^Wm*rt*6t'tbeln-' A& at 7:3�� P-m- to the Royal Canadian  formation will be pubUftted-_h ttto*p-��IJe-_;   Legion hall, Sechelt. The rest of the times  -tefcjTe^lmbefBaysrMay arand^OirtHe~wUlUe-lrrthe next week's paper. GooaiudT  meantime, I would like to thank, and list   to all the teams,  the names of members of our Timber Days;  Committee of 1979. They are as follows:.  Carl Chrismas, chairman; Jim Downs, cor  chairman; Nancy Downs, secretary; Cliff  Acton, treasurer; Kathy Acton, chairperson, Special Events; Lucy Chrismas,  special assistant, Special Events; Homer  Glass, Chairman, parade committee; Bill  Hughes, fund raising projects; Dorothy  Goeson, Sandi Cavalier, May Queen affairs and Bob Evans, special adviser.  I also would like to thank all of the  representatives of the organizations that  work so hard to provide fun and games at.  Hackett Park and contribute so much to  make Timber* Days a successful affair  We install all our products  . UNSHINE ,  jTroducts^  Richard  Sasaratt  886-7411  or  886-8023  1527 Sorgonf Rd.  Gibsons  Free Estimates      l\Io Obligation  each year.  Looking forward to seeing you all there  and don't forget to offer a little blessing for  an especially nice weekend for our  celebrations during your 'quiet time' next  Sunday!  SPECIAL EVENTS  Kathy Acton - 885-5051  The following teams have entered the  Timber Cup competition and will be  competing in 17 scoring.events including  .badmiilton, cribbage, bridge, darts,  volleyball,'egg and spoon race, slosh race,  three-legged  race,  potato  sack  race,  i  Provincial Court  A nine-month suspension of Kelly  Robert Farewell's motorcycle licence was  an additonal penalty after he pleaded  guilty to impaired driving in Sechelt  Provincial Court last week.  Farewell wad*operating* a motorcycle  at the time of the offence April 14 when he  rode up to the power lines to avoid the  police, who were following him with  emergency equipment activated.  ' Farewell wad fined $500 and given six  months probation to attend the impaired  drivers' course.  Judge J.S.P. Johnson told Mark Edward Wldsten, 18, that if Wldsten were  unemployed, he had "a lot of free time" to  work in the community.  Wldsten said he could not afford to pay  the $70 fine for operating a defective motor  vehicle. He was given a three-month  suspended sentence and ordered to work  20 hours in the community.  Research into th�� causes, prevention,  diagnosis and treatment of cancer is  progressing on a broad basis in many  countries, including Canada, There have  been lmppovements in surgical methods,  In the technical aspects of radiation  therapy and in the use of drugs and hpr-  mone^ to treat cancer. Nevertheless, the  final conquets of all forms of cancer still  eludes scientists and so'tho struggle must  be intensified. Help support vital research  by giving generously when a volunteer  canvasser knocks on your door.  A HEAD  OF TIME  IMlHllt'iKilS  ii��M|NsihIW()M|V|  HAPPY MOTHERS  DAYI  From \  Cowrie St., Sechelt  885-2818  PUT CANADIANS TO WORK, TOGETHER  For ownership and control of our  own resources  For more jobs for Canadians  On May 22 Elect  RAY SKELLY, N.D.P.  Authorized by tho Official Agent, Comox-Powell River  N.D.P., 1509 Cliffe Ave., Courtenay, B.C.  GRANVILLE  Sechelt Mall  May 11-19  W,T" THKEPRmTS-.(Jirnited editions)  GENERAL STORE EARLY 1900   SECHELT,  BABINE & KOOTNEY IN PORPOISE BAY 1900   SECHELT.  OUR LADY OF LOURDES CHURCH 1909   SECHELT.  MOLLY'S REACH -1977 QjBsdWg.^ , *,_ ��� ��� ..,,.,..   WAKEfTeLD INN 1978    SECHELT.  GRANTHAMS LANDING STORE 1978   GIBSONS.  ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 1977    SECHELT.  PLUS OTHER SQENES OF B.C.  AND ASMALL SELECTION OF CANVASES.  PRINTS ARE AVAILABLE AT FAWKES BOOKSTORE, GIBSONS.  2 NEW PRINTS  II ILLS   MARINE     GIBSONS.  ��� LP    RENDER    HA RBDURHOSP.  ALSO TAKING ORDERS FOR PEN & INK  DRAWINGS "OF HOME .BOAT, CABIN.etc  I ir-~"  ��� -   ���.���.'. )���������.���     '  0   '..  1 " ���  PageC-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May fl, 1109  WEED A BOAT MOVED?  By ROB GRAHAM  This week was a. very hectic one. It  started on Monday with the arrival of John  Denley, Disti-k-tSch(>olsuperintendent-He_  LAST WEEK'S winner ��� O.J. Hauka, Box 6, Gibsons. 886-2750.  took a tour of the camp and later met with  the students. Then on Monday night,  Leonard Silvey and Jon Van Arsdell came  up on Leonard's seine boat With special  permission we-made^a^erring-set-early-  Tuesday^ morningrEverything-went very"  smoothly until we hauled in the whole set  but it was a very good experience.  Later in the day, Mr. Barry Boulton  and Mr. Tom Rothney, both principals of  local schools, came up for our course  selections. They picked a good day  because by about three it was almost 80  degrees. We all selected our courses a_.il I  got a vicious sunburn.  Early Wednesday morning, Clarence  Joe and Eawflsncei Jaeksonr-arrived:-  Lawrence came to show us how to dig for  special cedar roots needed for weaving  baskets. By the time we had collected the  roots, it was time for all our guests to go \  home including Mr. Roily Hawes from  Down Under flowers  in slide show Mon.  ���-MC_��telechS_-_Ml__fQ_^  8 p.m. a slide show, of Australian flowers  and their habitat, by Mr. and Mrs. F.H.M.  Everett, who have travelled throughout,  Australia and now reside in Selma Park,  will be presented.  . Time permitting, a journey through  -���Dead Centre" will also be shown.   __   .  Tickets are %\ at the door or from the  Sunshine Coast Arts building committee.  , Call 8854662 evenings or in Gibsons visit  The Gallery Shop.  Plans for the garage sale on May 19 are  being held in abeyance for the time being.  Chatelech who came late.  So things kind of slowed down a bit and  so did the weather. But we had a great  week^-tlvariks to all theguests ahd-iri-  valuable resource people, Mr, Denley, Mr,  Boulton, Mr. Rothney, Mr. Hawes, Jon  Van Arsdell, Clarence Joe, Leonard Silvey  and Lawrence Jackson and special thanks  jo Sechelt Books andStatloneryfor the box  of books they sent up.  Call  Ab Haddock Boat Moving  Pender Harbour  Days 883-2722 Eves 883-2682  PRIME RIB $995  Salad, Baked Potato and Vegetables  ^hj^^ ���  o/t a QUass of ou/T&ouse (Wim  '"'" PARTHENON  RESTAURANT  2 blocks from Village Centre,  Sechelt  By the  Sea  vX_  Like hockey the finals of Canada's  political game are at hahd where some  hard checking in the political arena will  take place- befpre the May 22 election.  The Times will publish candid pictures  of well-known political personalities each  week, like this of Broadbent, 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 Ray  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 Playoffs, c-o 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 Ed.  >%  i>* M        1      '  .Tfak  [vK  v.  ��� ''5  V&*  'rm  A,M  m -si*  _*W  * ,'  '(K -" >'(, vh*t Mtf  << S > i 11  V  |*YM  ED. BROADBENT, N.D.P.  Oahawa-Whltby, Ont.  MEET YOUR FUTURE MLP��  ���fill dllMJLi   NaDiP*    BRING QUESTION!  Friday May 11 7:30 pm  MADEIRA PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  Authority by th* Official Af��nt, C*m��>-Pow*ll Rhrar Cam|Mlfni  l��0�� CIIH* Ay*., Courted*?/. I.C.  Sate  ^Q-50  ALL Marine, Hardware. Tackle. Boats.  Trailers, Accessories, Paint, ETC.������  MAY 11,12,13,14, ONLY  NEW Manager PETER POWERS, Former Tech. Rep. at  Mercury Marine SAYS "My Ross is Bringing in a Boat of  Merchandise CLEAR THE SHELVES'!"  *0'  Hfesj  $_  ***  5" PEETZ  REEL  $22*5  u>  LUND  :oo  GALV  E-Z LOAD  1200 lbs  00  '489  SUPER 6  EXTINGUISHERS  1 L) 50-0 OIL  $JO0  (case lots $16.95)  15' HILO  SILVERUNE  BASS  SCOPE SOUNDER  I23950  0/*  Qt. SIZE  INTERLUX  TBTF  $1595  *No phona ordart pl*at�� on this �����-!���.  fmm  Your Sunshine Coast Mercury Mercruiser Dealer���  AH Models In Stock  "We Service What We Sell!" -J5_  \  ,,  ^ Section. D  Wednesday, May 9,1979  Pages 14  Moke Your Choice  LOCKSTEAD  Thursday, May 10  Authorized by Mackenzie NDP  \  ��� Deposits Chemicals  into Cellular Walls.  NEW FROM FLECTO   NOW AVAILABLE from Glbton. Building Suppllsn _  ��� Water Insoluble  ��� Restricts Shrinkage  _ ^Expansion���   'WOOD PRESERtfATWE  SEA-JER  ��� Mildew & Dry Rot  *��� Preventative  ��� Under Tap  Clean-Up  Won't Peel,  Crack, Blister  ��� Wide Spectrum  Fungicide  Preserves, Prolongs and Protects  I Recto Varapel* wood preservative/sealer penetrates the walls of the  wood fibre celt to completely stabilize any bare wood surface, thus enabling a  subsequent coating of paint or stain to last years longer. Varapel is also available in 8 nch colours.     -   - - - --   -  THE CANADIAN FORCES Naden      sula last week finishing tour here with  Band performed all over the penin-   performance during annual Navy  Perinatal exhibit   League inspection and parade at  Gibsons Winter Club last Thursday.  next week���Gibsons  Are you part of the human race  ^Cqg j  or just a spectator? _x_m__j3gB  /vmaparmfii  t-gj-T-itn uMT t*tm_r. \���i know *\ RichL  Factory Representative Will Be  Present MAY 19 From 10 AM to  Varapel'  A versatile family p__ffi_-l<__/a/fjy coatings,  flecto  3 PM To Answer Any Questions.  ��� Water RepeffanT  ��� Damp Wood  Application  Possible.  CALL IT  WOOD INSURANCE.  FLECTO COATINGS LTD. RICHMOND BC       ^  Q  '-(���acmai-oliheFje-ioCo inc O-^'-fO Ca Reg -te'eo<__ei Flecto Coai ng.uo   H chmono BC  AVAILABLE FROM  master charge  688-6814  GIBSONS  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Sunshine Coast Hwy, Gibsons  and or      886-8141  "FOR ALL YOUR BUILDING NEEDS"  A Perinatal educational exhibit in  honor of the International Year of the,  Child will be held at Sunnycrest Shopping  Mall, Gibsons next Tuesday to Thursday,  May 15 to 17.  Co-sponsored by the Junior League of  Vancouver-and the -B.C.- Ministry- of  Health, the exhibit is to emphasize the  need of good health habits before, during,  and after childbirth.  Further details can be obtained by  calling the Public Health Unit at 886-2228.  "^PerlnataV health is preventative  medicine. Two-thirds of perinatal deaths  are preventable and two-thirds of  perinatal damage can also be prevented.  A comparatively new medical term,  rates, THAT... for every perinatal death,  there are two or three infants who survive  but are "perinatally damaged" in various  degrees of severity, THAT ... the Vancouver school board estimates it costs  nearly eight million dollars per year for  special education of the handicapped,  THAT . . . the lifetime care and  rehabilitation costs for a severely handicapped survivor is conservatively  estimated at $300,000 to $500,000, THAT...  with good perinatal care, 200 lives could be  saved in B.C. each year, THAT ... the  special education programs for tbe  physically handicapped and mentally  retarded children costs from two to eight  times as much as the basic educational  programs for the average student.  :..;VH  'r,;!^;^*"^*:"^-1**^*^  Twrinatal-healtlrrgeneraU^  last four months of pregnancy up to the  first week after birth.  DID YOU KNOW?  THAT.. .the perinatal mortality rate in  B.C. in 1976 was approximately 17 deaths  for every 1,000 births, THAT . .. Canada  ranks llthinthe world for infant mortality  ��� Early identification of high risk  pregnancies, quality of care in the hospital  nursery, approved pre-natal classes,  establishment of health education  programs, "life-style counselling in  nutrition, alcohol, smoking, etc., ruebella  immunization, genetic coonselling.  PRICES SHOWN ARE GOOD FROM MAY 9TH-MAY 23RD 1979 ONLY  bag up the litter  Cedar Grove and Gibsons Elementary  in Gibsons, Bowen Island Community,  Chatelech Jr. Secondary in Sechelt,  Madeira Park Elementary, and Egmont  Elementary schools and Wilson Creek  Community Association are Sunshine  Coast participant^ in Pitch-In '70 this week  with 600 projects going on in the province  and a million people in 2,100 organizations  taking part in Western Canada.  Participants  in  British  Columbia's  HURRAY  NURSERIES LTD.  Largest selection of Nursery  Stock on the Sunshine Coast I  Specializing in:  ���EVERGREENS'  ���ROSES  ���FRUIT TREES  ���RHODODENDRONS  We also offer a complete landscape design & contracting  service.  Open for y/our Inspection: 12-  6:30 pm THURSDAYS 6NLY,  or (or Information Wrlioi Box 3)0,  SocNII, B.C. VON SAO  Located 1 rime north of Hwy 101  on Mason Road,  campaign range from primary school  children to senior citizens with projects  varying from cleaning up a back alley to  scouring a ravine.  Whereas most projects take place in or  around rural or urban communities in  British Columbia, some organizations are  planning projects in wilderness and more  remote' areas which quite often are  marred by litter left by hikers, backpackers nature lovers.  Even though Outdoors Unlittered is  enthusiastic about the excellent response  that the Pitch-In Campaign generates  each year, it looks toward the year that the  campaign will have to be cancelled due to  the lack of litter. "Unfortunately, we may  Just be keeping up with the potential litter  that is being produced and the increase in  the number of potential lltterero", states  Outdoors Unlittered, adding, "We've got  to keep reminding everyone that they are  the key to controlling this fdrrri of  pollution".  This ia the 11th year that the Pitch-In  campaign ls being held in British  Columbia, It is co-sponsored by the  Ministry of Environment .and Shell  Canada Limited. Shell donates garbage  bags to Outdoors Unlittered for  distribution to community groups. This  year approximately 50,000 bags were  distributed in British Columbia.  Outdoors Unlittered is a non-profit,  charitable organization which was  founded in 1067 by approximately 20  volunteers. In 1070 the organization  receives support from various levels of  government, industry, school., the media  and the,- general,., public,.. The Pitch-In,  campaign la one of tho many programs  sponsored by Outdoors Unlittered in  British Columbia.  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The unique  floor plan also provides  for sleeping accommodation.  \y  IN STOCK NOW!      now  19' CITATION MINI-HOME $19,900  reg. $21,695 '  THE BEST  DEALS ARE ATI  SUNCOAST  ���1���  HAMPER  igH  ^T  W/R    RIDQE  BATH.,  ROOM J  c__n  COUNTER  HP  O/H CABINET  m  8TEP  m  /���  "__5_1 -571 ITS'  GO 0b BD  PROreSoNPLAN PftoSnSmAN PRoi^rSlAN  Ask about  Ask about  ttemwS/6Q  "olmir  pworacnoNPiAM  Ask about  themtrvS/dO  sffsPMM  DODGE  if rui/M re  VHIHlAsLD  ARE  COVERED  Hd All  S !'[____] [_5_1  __ op ap  woTaciiwfftAN       ntononNnAN      -!_____Ih!!_^^  Ask about  thonervS/dQ  Ask about  ttenewS/dO  Ask about  thenewS/dO  Hsoop/tion. PKte^fanop^.P^ OPTION      Ptotectk��^<^ fotectfaffaqpm,  NEXT TO ST MARY'S, SECHELT  DL2180  THE MACKENZIE N.D.P. DEPLORK THE V AND AUSM & DAM AGE TO CAMPAIGN SIGNS. OUR WORKERS & SUPPORTS  & WILL CONTINUE TO BE INSTRUCTED THAT SIGN DAMAGE IS AGAINST THE LAW.  Authorised by the Mackenile N.D.P. Association,    n PageD-2  885-9816  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday. May 9,1979  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SALES & SERVICE  THE ������ OF SECHELT  Now Open MONDAY - SATURDAY, 9:30am ��� 5:3f  IN  C_^g> Mark of Quality  APPLIANCES ft TELEVISIONS  Hear Ye! Hear Ye!  PUBLIC MEETING SCHEDULE  REGIONAL-BOARD  May 17 ��� Reg Board Meeting, 7:30* pm Bd.  Room  May 24 - Public Utilities Mtg, 7:30 Bd. Room  May 31 ��� Reg. Board Mtg. 7:30 pm Bd. Room  ONE OF THE Bullies at Pender  Harbour Secondary's "50's revival"  -last_week__��as_^n___mbeiLi^p__-acipaL  Tom Rothney in there dancing  1,000 songs away.  Pender Harbour High Notes  ByKIMSMAIL  GRAD CLUB -'- ���  the students in the Grad Club are  working hard- to earn ythe money for  .Graduation Day on June 1. Grads are  selling ice cream on Monday, Wednesday  and Friday .They are als��> selling hogdogs-  on Tuesday and Thursday. They have  approximately $800 now which is getting  close to their goal of $1,000.  STUDENTS COUNCIL  We had a '50's days on Friday with a  Sock-Hop and then a movie called "Rebel  Without a Cause". The '50's day went  through lunch hour and then for two more  hours till dismissal. Many students and  teachers dressed up for this day, wearing  pony-tails and bobby-socks and the guys  wearing leather coats and greased-back  hair.  The students will be dancing the  Pender Harbour Hustle to a variety of  music from the '50's and up to today. The  students of PHSS_will_be_ challenging, the  students of Chatelech School to a Dance  Off.--'--   -_ , -'���  SOCIAL STUDIES 11 CLASS  The students of Socials 11 are disappointed to hear that they can not go to  Toronto and Ottawajn_June. The students  have been lopkihg forwardTo this trip for  the past month and a half, and now the  government says they will not give us the  grant. Cheer up,1 students, maybe next  year we will have a new government and  they will give us a grant.  TEAM STANDINGS  Haida is in first place with a strong  score of 284 points and still going full  speed. Nootka is trying to move up with a  score, of 235 points. Sports Day is coming  up in the middle of June.  This week we offer you an interesting  collection of small coastal animals handcrafted in Canada. Perhaps someone you  know might like one or two. ��� Miss Bee's,  Sechelt.  The Garden Corner  Container growing  By Guy Sympnds  There is probably no-more-beautiful  place in this world in which to live than on  this Sechelt Peninsula. It would be difficult  -to find anyone who^ would give you~ari  argument on that score. Very beautiful,  indeed, but from the point of view of at  least some gardeners, not perfect because  the very elements that contribute so much  to its beauty make gardening quite difficult for some of us. This refers to the poor  and sparse soil liberally lacei with stones  will not be nevrto those who-knowthat-  photosynthesis is the start of all green  growth. As has been said before in this  tiolu-mr, some of the mostvaluable time a  farmer or gardener can spent is devoted  to watching what he is trying to grow, be  it animal or vegetable, and interpreting  . what Nature is trying to tell him.  This light evaluation, says the author of  "Gardening in Containers" is perhaps the  most difficult part of determining the  1st &-3rd  Tuesday  Each Month ��� .7:00 p.m.  RegularCoondhMeetingr  Municipal Hall, Gibsons,  and_rocks_oi all sizes that inevitably ac__ climate for any particular container plant  OUR FAMILY ALLOWANCE  WINNER FOR MARCH  was  CO'OP\   RUTH HOGBERG  of GRANTHAMS LANDING  Congratulations.  COME STAY WITH US     7  at ENGLISH BA Y near STANLEY PARK  in beautiful downtown VANCOUVER  Single    $23.00 Double $26.00  Twin     $29.00 Suites from $40.00  TOLL-FREE  800-268-8993  1755   DAVIE STREET   VANCOUVER   B.C.  V6G 1W6  TELEPHONE (6041 682-1831  Attend  the Church  of  your choice  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Service and Sunday School each Sunday  at 11:30 a.m., Wednesday Evenings 7:30.  A11 in St. John '* 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, Gibsons  "9:00 a.m. Our Lhdy of Lourdes, on  tho iscchok Indian Reserve  10:00 a.m. at The Holy Family Church in  Sechelt.  12 noon at St, Mary's Church In Gibsons  Unitedchurch  9:30 a.m.���St. John's. Wilson Creek  11:15 a.m.- Gibsons  companies the grandeur of the scenery.  This gardener's attention was attracted by the title of a magazine in a book  store seen on a recent north Okanagan trip  and entitled "Gardening in Containers".  Of course, we acquired it.  Gardening books are almost inevitably  a-product of the eastern States but  nevertheless, variations in climate aside,  the information looks very interesting to  one who for the past three years has only  been able to create anything even faintly  resembling a flower garden by scraping  up buckets of soil and assembling them in  pockets scraped,out of-the rock.  f ~ The;guthor rifibe book points out that  Californians have made container gardening a national past-time, though they  certainly cannot claim to have invented it.  It is known for instance that Cleopatra  used them on her barges while Louis _CTV  also practiced the .art at his palace at  ' VersaiUes;^���-���-"-���-;���-������������.-.__  Besides being well suited to decorating  the environment of a home built and  surrounded by the unforgiving rock, the  mobility of container gardening means  plants raised under these conditions can  be brought to the bud stage out of doors  and then moved indoors to brighten the  winter hours as they flower in response to  the kinder climate.  Iter then' goes onto describe the  needs of plants grown in these moveable  flower beds. There is no such thing as  failure, he says, or of some person having  a green thumb. The only way to fail he  maintains is not to try. Which bearsbut the  oft-repeated statement of this gardener  that in farming and gardening there Is no  such thing as success or failure ��� only  results.  The author then goes on to explain the  matter of climate which he says is largely  misunderstood by many gardeners. Most  of us think of climate In terms of huge  areas' of this planet. But actually we go  from one mini-climate to another in our  use of the indoors and the Outdoors in'our  environment. To understand this, he says,  ls Just about the first step in being a successful gardener.  Then to specifics. With our old friends,  Light, Temperature, and Humidity as the  first three essentials, he examines each in  turn to be related to any type of plant a  person may wish to grow in any particular  location. Bright sun, semi-shade or shady  all have a very vital meaning in the  lexicon of the container gardener. The  crux of this part of the article lies in his  statement that a person should not be  afraid to try a plant in questionable light.  Just watch it, he says. If it is getting too  much light, such as direct sun, the leaves  will wilt and develop yellow burned spots.  If it is being deprived of the amount of  light it needs, leaves become pale and hew  growth la spindly and weak. This of course  But generally speaking if there is enough  light to read or to do needle work, there is  enough light to grow, these plants that  flourish in the shade.  Now to a change of subject for a brief  second. We have had a very dry. spr)x\g  following a dry winter. This means that  everything growing must be carefully  watched. Early planted vegetable gardens  have not been a success in this gardener's  experience and as of the time of writing  the ground is too dry to sow seeds. Seeds  will not germinate in dust. Also young  trees, fruit and decorative, must be  watched ��� drying out now will.bring  disasterous results. ,; ���>'���_  VILLAGE OF SECHELT  1st & 3rd Wednesday  Each Month ���      Reg. Council Meeting.  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NOW$3.69  or  2 for $&��9  BOOT CUT  JCMIHO  reg. $20.95  NOW ONLY  *15"  Cotton  GARDEN  GLOVES  79  pr  DRILLER  SHIRTS & PANTS  reg. $16.95  Now $12.95  or  2 for $24.00  All Other  WORK  GLOVES  10% OFF  4 DAYS ONLY MAY 9-MAY 11  !>��t<(f��l*W��W-W  /"���"V     **^^^**3-P'___________. ^r    90m  Men's Wear  Sunnycrest Centre, Olbton $  MatterChorge  > ��� ^.-.f .-V-A, ������' *-���.���,"- ���  -1 * *���  , By .Mauricfe Hemstreet,  \.  JH-  ^ifcMli  Tbe Peninsula Times  -_______-____l__-l-__-Lr__._i_-__ _A ;. _vV*,:7./-l*.V<'r---U  $��$?  the required tune on wliat was left,df the  needle holders so I quickly put in a new  used needle and went on ^ith thedance;  However, L:t_iought;''to; ipyjself. that' f  machine is, oneyear older tonight and for^fj  the first time in my _q_��re dance history  of calling^ my birthday had fallen pnat  square dance night, which made me one "'  year older, so I quickly checked to make  sure that I hadn't lost anything. But then  Hello dere, fellow square dancers. Once no fun dancing to records and much  again a wonderful square dance season harder to learn the figures, so as I headed  has come to an end too-soon.'Yes, the-   for hoine I had but one thought in mind, ,  season of 1978-79 has-been wrapped upj-ilf   wb��t a wonderful group of new dancers we   aHhe^ge^f^rwho-ean^emembeM?hat-^i|  "ne_rtSeptember"aHfieirelH^ffl^ year'aird-iti^^yoirar'enj^-016^^^ out-wlth.-.  --: ���      ;.  On April 3Clth. I went dowH to Gibsons   square dancing for many years to come.       At coffee time the square dance ladies  Elphinstone High School > to' give caller       I wasn't quite so lucky en The Country   put on some mighty fine goodies and from  Stars wind up square dance ��i May 4th. I  was doing great when all of a sudden tlie  whole floor of square dancers bad stopped,  so I took the needle off the machine to ask  Harry Robejtetyh a' hand with the new  dancers class and a half hour before the  end we all sat down to a very nice coffee  break and special cake for the event.  There were a lot of speeches and thank  you's during this pert of the evening.  Harry and Deana thanked the new dancers  and the new dancers thanked their wonderful teachers and it is well that these  thanks were given, but the thought oc-  J?J_rre_itomeJ_-!-^^  -there.would-be no needior callers arid  teachers of square dancing and on the  other hand, without the caller-Kit would be  Irene and Hugh Duff from the new dancers, a nice thank you card and a box of  chocolates for the help that the Country  Stars gave them over the past season of  what was wrong and I got replies like, the   learning how to square dance. This was  music doesn't sound right, it's warbling,  it's weird.  Then another voice came loud and  clear, I can't hear the music. Well, I didn't  pay any attention to him. anyway because  __��jte-ensjthro\i^^  _ me to have a quick look at the needle, only  to find out that the diamond had fallen out,  and that great jpachine was trying to play  For your sake  GERRY GRAY  ���for  SOCIAL CREDIT  a concerned citizen  HERON  GIBSONS HARBOUR  HOURS: MON THRU SUN,  7:30 AM-5 PM  Tfy-our Homemade  Shepherd^ Pie,  Welsh Rarebit or  Roast Beef  SOMETHING DIFFERENT EACH DAY"  FULL FACILITIES  Drop off your  Peninsula Times  classifieds here  W-H-M.  very nice indeed and we will see you all  next season. _.  ��������� I would like to thank BUI Scott and  tLpuise Mason for the nice birthday card  tnejf gave me and also a great thank you to  -aU-the-CountryStars-who-ine-Tlly- sang-  happy birthday to me. I really, didn't expect to be remembered, a fantastic ending  to a great season of square dancing. The  only problem was that Harey Robertson  had to work and this is the firs^tiine that  we haven't shared the last square* Sauce  call for call. It:just wasn't the same. I  guess he is not a bad old fellow at that  Anyway, at coffee time the old executives  stepped bside and the new took over ready  for next season's fun on the floor to the  ~ tune oFsquai^dance hoedownsrAfterall:.  that night we had almost four sets present  and next year should be closer to eight.  The Timber Days Committee would  like to have our Country Stars lead off the  parade but I forgot to ask if any of our  square dancers would be interested. We  ���would leave thestarting point about a half-  hour ahead of the parade, go a couple of  hundred yards, do a half a square and  _repeatthis tillwe reached the park. I thlnk  this is a great idea so if interestedgive me  a call at885-33S9.1 need at laeast one set in  full colour, thank you.  Well, once again time is growing short  so I will unbuckle my typewriter, toss it in  the corner till next September, and to all of  �� you, have a happy, healthy summer and  may_God Bless,.SQUARINGLY YOURS,  Maurice and Peg Hemstreet  Community  TV meeting  Those interested in the formation of a  Community Television Association are  invited to a meeting, at Elphinstone  Secondary School at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday,  May 9 In Room 107. If unable to attend or  wishing further information please phone  886-2147.        - -   ��� ��w ��� > * *��� ��� -������  Send your stuff to:  HEY KIDS,  BOX 310 SECHELT  Happy Birthday to:  Clint Vander Klok  April 30  To Join the  Hey Kids  Birthday Club,  ^f send your name, age,  addressand Jie date    6  of your birth to:  Box 310, Sechelt  We really enjoyed your picture, Greg!  More poems by the kids at  Davis Bay Elementary School.  Water brilliant blue  cold, sandy  goes down  stream  iquid.  Turtle, very slow,  very small head,  dark green, light  green, rock.  Hockey,  fun, fast,  shooting at Goalie,  very fun to play  stick hitting.  Answers to Doodles  1. View from inside a pingpong ball.  2. Man talking on the telephone In an elevator.  3. Kojak hiding behind a fence.  4. A won* dieting Retail.  re  Skiing, fast,  painful going down  slopes fun,  v*-*  ANfcWBR  ~im*mm%mmm*0emmm  memmm  mm ���>'/dikthhA   :- \  ...'.'>.>.'.afe'.^--4,at��V. - '  rh,v*\i' -'   '- "���.  "'"��<���". 'Ar,'  .1 '   ,>'  ^4       '  ^anmar  ,��&g@$BP  PageD-4    ,, , The Peninsula Times  l�� \      Weanesday, May 9,1#9  ._*PBP*  I���   ��*��**���  ia   I i I ��� f / _  It's the rare comedy these days that  la. But after four sue-  dramas, she's back to  7v?i -v 'V- v^'l  ��; ��,y   i.l^_ ,4s,  -n~l  .ces^ve*' serious wawoo,  where laughs are, thanks to NeU Simon's ���  "California Suite". The screen version of~  Simon's Broadway hit also stars Alan  Alda, Michael Calne, Bill Cosby, Walter  . Matthau, Elaine May, Richard Pryor and .  Maggie Smith.  "Neil's repartee has never been faster  or funnier," says Jane. "It's like those'  bright, brittle screen comedies of tbe good  old days. But there's more to it than that.  The picture has depth. It gives you  something to think about It doesn't simply  substitute a string of sight gags for a point  of view.'!. ___  Tor Coliimbta  ir_-EE9___-S-SL_  Pictures release, focuses on 1    , ivesepafate  couples who converge on one of California's most elegant hoatelries, the Beverly  ' .Hills Hotel. Jane portrays a slick, stylish  '' New Yorker with a biting sense of humor  who has come to California to retrieve her  teenage jdaughter from her former  - husband, Alan Alda. As the divorced pair  - _s -s    -   - a A     __ ' �����  (jilV.onf,  MAKES KOTTER  AHD HIS  SWSATHl  )tHJKBA .    ,  IWlkl.Cjht  icat/tc  FOR TIMES  CALL  QC7A-OQO  ownai uim - not norms no. fN*_t * xmtoamnu-  OLBNDAJACKSOH___OLIVBBlUBlDin  "THE CLASS OF MISS MACMICHABL"  ^.urrin. MICHAEL MUBPHY BOSALIBTl CASH   wtth .on snmnm u iu_bmh��.  "MATUKv|>r��qi-wt��parM<laflfi-ag��rleni��.^  ���uggMtlv* hwih ��� dialogue.  WED, MAY 9  THURS, MAY.  FRI, MAY 11  ��� 8 pm ' ���  10 ��� 8 pm  ��� 8 pm.  SAT,MAY12-7pm&9pm  SUN, MAY 13 - 8 pm  MON, MAY 14 - 8 pm  IlltS, MAYJ5 -_8 pm  WED, MAY 16  COMING  NEXT  LORD OF THE RINGS  exchange verbal blows, she must face the  reality of losing the child to gain her love.  Does Your Club or Group Report Its Activities Regularly to The Times?  ^  AN EYE-CATCHING display in the   history of aviatip-rih-ftCTTrprodi  Suimycrest MWaelapllie~S-TO^  of more than one person. Airborn: the   be in the mall until the end of May.  "i  Senior citizens branch 69  By ROBERT FOXALL  Opened most graciously on April 21 by  Miss Susan McKinnon, last. season's  "Timber 'Days Queen,- The Plant Sale  proved another successful endeavour for  Branch No. 69. Our Hall was a veritable  Garden of Eden being filled with plants  and shrubs of every description. To list tbe  various items would, I am sure, take more  space than the editor could possibly spare.  There were roots of rhubarb and  asparagus, lots of bedding plants, shrubs  and bushes as well as a quantity of cut  flowers from our members bulb gardens.  Back hear the kitchens was Ihe ever  popular refreshment booth doing a roaring  business in Coffee and Sandwiches. Jack  McLeod, convenor for the sale, has asked  me to convey his thanks to Miss McKinnon  but also to the members of bis committee  for the valuable assistance they gave, not  only on the day of the sale, but also on the  Friday evening when they met to set up  tables and to place many of the plants on  display ready for the sale. We were Informed at a following meeting that the net  returns were $428.92. Not bad considering  the competition we have faced this year.  We had hardly, time to recover our  breath from the Plant Sale when our  Annual Spring Tea and Bazaar was held on  May 5.   7  Here again, the Hall was very colorful  with Its displays of baking and cooking, the  tables of sewing and knitting, the handicrafts and jewellery. The White  Elephant Booth too, had many interesting  ~ items for sale. Particularly catching the  eye were some spoon racks and some  miniature rocking chairs made by  members of the crafts group in the  Branch. The tea tables were adorned with  centrepieces filled with very beautiful  pansles and spring flowers! The noise was  so great at the tea tables that I was unable  to catch the names of the winners of the  door prize and the lottery that was held in  cpn juctibn with the tea. Thanks must go to  themaiiy members who helped either with  flaking ana preparing exhibits or who  helped 6u| in the kitchen and waiting on _ I  tables or were out the night before to ���  decorate and set up tables.    7  The executive met between the two  events described above and outlined a  busy series of events for the month of May.  We will be favoured with a visit from  the "Burnaby Rascals" a dancing and  enterainment group of Seniors who will be  with us for lunch on May 10 with the entertainment being given after lunch.  Members are asked to phone secretary  Kay McKenzie at 885-3184 if they mean to  attend the luncehon aiKl entertainment so  that we may be assured of adequate  supplies. This is reported to be an excellent show so be sure to make a booking  to take part.  Shortly after that, will be the bus trip to  Victoria and our delegates will be away to  the Provincial Convention being held at  New Westminster. Qur regular monthly  meeting will be held May 17. Fourth  Thursday will be May 24. It is expected  that Dave Hayward will have arranged for  a Garden Tour for that day.  I have Just had it confirmed that a busload front Seton Villa will visit us on May  30 for lunch. We will get more details of  this visit at the monthly meeting but  prepare to attend and meet some old  friends and enjoy some conviviality.  You will recall that Jack Bushell spoke  to us about the swimming facilities at  economical bys transportation but some  have been going down by car and having a  most enjoyable time. There is instruction  available on request and attendants on  duty all during the season. At one session I  counted seven Sechelt Seniors present and  all having a good time. I would recommend trying it for its therapeutic value  (the water's warm).  WATERBEDS  ON DISPLAY  [Aidorgrovo]  and Complete Accessories  DRAPERIES ���Any Size or Quality  BEDSPREADS and Bedding  MTM DRAPES ���Measure your own windows  & Install them yourself  SUNSHINE INTERIORS  S8e*f411  Ohnd* Sasuratt  NORTH ��OAD TO lAifWi|>AH'  al  ttSSZ  snmtmwammmxasst:  Miracle Wbip  IRESSIN  NMefe  KERNEL CORN  CREAM CORN i* A.  , 2 for  Green tort FRENCH STYLE  GREEN BEANS u a o-  finen Giant KITCHEN CUT * **  14 fi. oz.  STEWED  TOM ATOES is a c_  Aytmer  PEAS  CHOICE ASSORTED  Hfl.0...........  jjjj^ri. REGBIM <  COFFEE drip Lb.  DOG FOOD  ^T_r��  39  POLSKIE DILLS 32��.'  Rick's  SWEET MIXED 32  ��1  Kraft  MAYONNAISE  Kraft  1000 ISLE  $165  $119  Ubby's -.��������� ���������������������;   -M...  BEANS & PORK     IC  Mltt.....;.:..,.........;..;;..!^  PRUNE NECTAR    $139  40A.OL..        dk  Mpha  ||#b__l_Tlf Mi-petaiwwu.if  HONEY No. 1 2 lbs.  Fleishmaim's  MARGARINE 2 m  TEA BAGS ST...  Saimn, Instant  NOODLES ssg  'Vt*r    4V'     ��� -   '.if.   ' ''"'���; ��� ' ���.    ���      .������A,.f*',*ixii'7v'l,\i;*i.'^-;f V>  ���^P^|^^ 7 ������4-3  , S:?  i i:. $. r i ���:{ 7,; ^IMMi^pf >i��  ?7^.7v^i,i7il4vl^^;'7<4J'7^vr:7^:7S;M^Ky&>   7.   IL".    M  GRAPE 24 oz..   McCoVs  PEANUT  BUTTER in kg  Tato's Choice  INSTANT  COFFEE �� ol  n29  *3:  m  Dad'$ Xleal $019  COOKIES Choco Chip 28 oz i.  Golden Harvest pmntM  _EHIf_>lllf_�� ,���uu't,,  RAISINS sffouss 2  Glade Sold  AIR FRESHENER 6 ol  Mariboro  BATHROOM  TISSUE,,  mniM a.  Mj-  CAT FOOD Liver Tuna lkg  Coast  BAR SOAP 95g  Lysol Uouid  CLEANER  m t n�� CLEANER isg  89  $v  �� JL  45'  $1  i��*ij *tym*i �������� w.uiw ��t X* i*i*v#f(tf*:;f i  Jm  Wm    mwT  J__t___r tmu __________      _wmn____ _H_-____      ABB     j___\WW  May 10, 11, 12  lilt.)    IIWi  nami-Ha^^^  H H f. lrl)l?   Moo  vvr HrsrKv/i nir Rir.m m  x i  *~-

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