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 t- -������ ��� "S*R~~"������'f'J*  I       .r.   Hydro's Charles Nash and Eamon  Crowley, ELUC representative Brian  Gates, members of the Sakinaw Lake  association, Pender Harbour Ratepayers  and residents from Egmont and Earl's  Cove.  "We feel it wasn't a very- nice thing for  them to do," Mrs. Ethel Williams of Earl's  Cove said. < \  splits Cheekye-Dunsmuir opponents  By Helen Parker  ,' An alternate route for the B.C. Hydro "  Cheekye-Dunsmuir 500 kv transmission  line suggested by the Sakinaw Lake  Property Owners and Leaseholders  'Association, has upset two Earl's Cove  residents who f eel they have been "double-  crossed."  The Sakinaw Lake group proposed a'  route which would travel up Sechelt Inlet  and cut overland through Doristron,  Earl's Cove, o Egmont and the Ambrose  Lake Ecological Reserve and would include building a substation on approximately 30 acres in an Earl's Cove  residential area.  ,   This route was the main topic on the  agenda of a two-hour meeting chaired  September 6 by SCRD chairman Ed  _Nichfllsoji_aniL_which ..included _JLC^_  * "We're all fighting Hydro together and  We^felt they-let the association (Cheekye-  Dunsmuir Alliance) down by this  suggestion.  Mrs. Williams and her husband Doug  attended the meeting to register their  protests on behalf of Earl's Cove residents  to the alternative route which they heard  about only "10 days" before the meeting.  Mrs. Williams said there was "no way  of hiding" a huge substation which would  be built on the top of a hill.  "Surely vthere is another place they can  put it without interferring with the  people's lifestyles," she said.  "We are not summer people here."  The 10 permanent residents, mostly  old-age pensioners, depend on radio and  television, she added.  Howie White of the Pender Harbour  Ratepayers said the proposal accomplished nothing, but created a "bit of a  split" between the Sakinaw Lake and  Earl's Cove-Egmont people.  "It also puts them (Sakinaw Lake  group) in anunflattering light which may  reflect on their credibility with Hydro,"  White said.  "The Sakinaw Lake people are under  the gun now the line is going through. They-  are feeling desperate, but I don't feel it has  done them any good.  "I don't feel the route they have put  forward is viable."        ...        -_--.-  Aside from a "monstrous" substation  in an Earl's Cove residential area, the  route would cross over Waugh and North  Lakes, water sources for the area, and_  Klein Lake, a recreational reserve.  The right-of-way would expose an  "extensive piece of Sechelt Inlet from  Storm Bay to Doriston," White said where  the present route proposal cuts across  Sechelt Inlet and "into the trees."  Other disadvantages would be the  unsightliness to marine traffic on  Agamemnon Channel and environmental  impact on the Ambrose Lake Ecological  Reserve.  "It's main advantage would be that it  would get the line out of Sakinaw Lake and  the Pender Harbour watershed, but it  would have these other serious  idrawbacks," White said.  1 This proves further "there is no acceptable route across the peninsula," he  added, and this will continue to be the  -Ratepayers-position; '-  * Because the agenda was so limited,  there was no discussion on economic  consultant Marvin Shaffer's recommendation B.C. Hydro conduct a_ cost-_  "benefit analysis.  '. There was also an "off-hand dismissal"  by B.C. Hydro on attempted discussion of  the underwater route from Reception  Points Halfmoon Bay to Nile Creek.  On the Reception Point to Nanoose Bay  underwater route, "Hydro once again  reiterated it was acceptable," White said.  "In Eamon Crowley's words, Hydro  'would love to go that route."  ' Once over to Nanoose Bay, however, a  3C-mile overland corridor would have to be  cut to get the line up to Dunsmuir which  could cause "terrible devastation" to  Vancouver Island.  ��� "For the first time it was mentioned the  Dunsmuir station could be moved down to  Nanoose Bay," he siad. *  | White said the alliance will press for "a  wider frame of reference" to discuss  Shaffer's- recommendations if a public  hewing is granted for all areas affected by  tiie* line.  "If we can only discuss environmental  problems, then we-will still-take it-{publie--  hearing)," he said.  Nicholson said it is still the position of  Sunshine Coast Regional Board "there is  just no suitable route through the peninsula." .  He could see' "rio point in holding further meetings to explore the northern  route" and if Hydro proceeds' over the  objections of the residents it would be  "extremely unfortunate."  , "If the line is necessary, and not too  many people are convinced of that, _the_  best place is the Reception Point take-off  and Vancouver Island should take a hard  look at the landing point," Nicholson said.  "If Vancouver Island is so desperate  for power, they should be prepared to  consider the environmental impact on the  island."  In a statement at the meeting, Mrs. Iris  Griffith of Egmont sympathised with the  island's need for power:  "We must be ready to accept inconveniences, maybe even some dangers  because across the Gulf of Georgia it could  mean economic life or stagnation, people's  jobs, their standard of living, perhaps  even"whetheror-notthey-can_continue"to~  live pn the beautiful island," Mrs. Griffith  said.  "Most of us here (at the meeting) may  think this transmission line is the best way  to bring power to the island.  "I can agree with the reasoning of the  people who think this way, but many of my  neighbors and I are suspicious of the facts  on which that reasoning is based.  "So far as we know, almost all the  figures and conclusions have come from  B.C. Hydro. .. "    Mrs. Griffith added if the line is  "needed or not, ugly or not, there is one  impact we can and should avoid."  "The large land surface of a power line  right-of-way should not be regularly  coated with a herbicide.  . _ _'!If anyone wants to argue in favor of_  herbicides on this line, feel free. Just  please don't bring in the subject of comparative costs.  "Any outfit that wants to spend a billion  dollars without checking to see if it is  necessary you can call a lot of names, but  "yoTFcan't call it hard-up."  \  CB?  ���CNA  Serving the Sunshine Coast   (Howe Sound to J  Wilson Creek. Selmo Park, Sechelt   Halfmoon  Copy  LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 17 ��� No. $9  Wednesday, September 12,1979  Strike threat drives  business owners bats  threats of strike by ferryworkers have  driven tourists away and are driving some,  business owners-to distraction.  Tyee Airways is one business where  the threat of a strike "sure raises hell,"  chief piilot Ted Keniston said.  Unsure whether the ferries are running, people book flights. Once they learn  they won't be stranded on the other side of  the strait or sound��� "they not only don't  show up (for the .flight), they don't'even  phone to cancel reservations," he said.  people come over because the children are  back in school and they won't come  because-of-it-(threat-of-strike)T^���   Sunnycrest Motor Hotel owner Matt  Mooney said last week it has been "pretty  slack in the last few days."  However, he said, "it's hard .to say  whether it's the ferries or the weather."  Manager of the Pender Harbour Auto  Court Em Stait said,' 'it's not very good for  business."  ^ s^The^Auto Ccjurt has not been as "badly  " "Njjt cancellingcreservations is, one oi, MLsgMs^t,' because we hadjCRC.here,"  ouySiggest costs." she^aidT ,"'  If the ferryworkers do strike, Tyee will  provide an "airbus service" to Vancouver,  "every hour on the hour."  "People will have to come in and take  their chances," Keniston said. "We just  can't take reservations."  The Nanaimo schedule will probably  remain the same as will up-inlet flights on  which logging camps rely. l~    "<.,;':,  The resort business is suffering also.  Owner of the Bella Beach Motel in Davis  Bay Mrs. Tuija Haikonen said, "There  have been lots of cancellations.  "Usually at this time, it (business)  f should be good. Fishermen and, older  In otheryears, however, threats and  strikes have left "all the cabins available"  when week-long' visitors have cancelled  their reservations.  Peter Benjafield' of Fisherman's  Resort, Garden Bay is angry at the overall  effect of threatened strike action on the  economy of the coast.  "People just don't make arrangements  to come here in the future when the travel  is unreliable," Benjafield said.  "Even at the hint of a strike, people  leave." We don't have any campers here."  "It's not only us. People don't buy gas  ��� See Page A-8  Grade11populationboom  IT WAS BACK to school last week for  the students of School District No. 46.  While administrators puzzled over  such things as over-enrolment at  Elphinstone Senior Secondary and  under-enrolment at Chatelech Junior  Secondary and the mysterious appearance of more Grade 11's then  planned for, Halfmoon Bay students  in grades one, to three were above all  that and just spent a quiet Friday  afternoon.  Co-op will seek court ruling  The ElpMnstone Co-operative's vote to  go into voluntary liquidation may be inconclusive, but Its doors will close either  by foreclosure or by voluntary liquidation  says the President.  Co-op president Fred Holland told the  Times the Co-op Is faced with foreclosure  by the Federated Co-op, who is owed  $130,000, but hopefully a Judge in tho B.C.  Supreme Court sometime this week will  allow the Co-op to go Into voluntary  liquidation.  Following a legal opinion which Invalidated a ruling by acting chairman  Eric Infills that a favorable resolution by  the membership to go Into voluntary  liquidation, tho Co-op's board of directors  decided to go to the courta to allow them to  go into voluntary liquidation before their  creditors foreclosed.  "Our creditors (federated Co-op) aro  going to force us Into bankruptcy, but by  applying to the courts for a ruling, we hope  to gain more time for disposal of our  assets. Which means wo should be able to  get a better deal," Holland said.  The reason the vote failed was 75 per  cent of the membership voting must be in  favor of an extraordinary resolution. One  hundred' and nine voted. Eighty-seven  voted to support the resolution, 27 voted to  defeat it and one ballot was spoiled. If the  spoiled ballot was counted as representing  a voting member present, which It was by  tho legal opinion, the resolution failed with  a percentage of 74.3.  The acting chairman liad ruled tho  spoiled ballot was not to be counted, but  his decision was eventually overturned.  Meanwhile, the board of directors  hopes to convince the courts they should go  into' voluntary liquidation, rattier than  being foreclosed by tho Federated Co-op.  Despite Federated Co-op's threats,  Holland still doesn't hold any animosity  towards them.  "They were called a lot of bad names at  the general meeting and I don't think it  was fair. If I was owed as much money as  wo owe them, I would have done tho same  thing.  "They Iwvo been trying to help us for  over a year and now that we have gone  against their recommendations they are  going to foreclose on us. Yes, I think that  is fair," Holland said.  He also said the Co-op was losing more  money now because they wore forced to  hire lawyers and "lawyers certainly don't  cost pcunuta."  The Co-op presently is only clearing  stock and will be making no further  purchases of goods. Holland said there  would be another general meeting once the  legal implications are cleared up.  An "unexpected number" of Grade 11  students appeared at Elphinstone  Secondary School last week which has the  School District No. 46 administration  "baffled," secretary-treasurer Roy Mills  said.  "Usually, you have a pretty good Idea  how many grade 11s you're going to  have," Mills said.  "We don't know where they came from.  The growth in the district is still small, but  It's definitely there,"  At the most, 175 Grade lis Were expected to show on the first day. As of  September 7, 205 Grade lis were  registered at Elphinstone.  Superintendent John Dcnley last week  was studying the situation, which could  cause progrom space problems.  "The school Is full," Donley said.  "We're analysing tho progrnm and the  need und standing by to add teachers or  facilities.  As of September 7, 055 students were  enrolled at Elphinstone. At the end of June  539 students were enrolled and estimates  for September enrolment was 600.  The optimum capacity of Elphinstone,  Joint-use facility committee to decide on sitfe  Hospital ceremonies  St. Mary's Hospital Board of Trustees  cordially Invite all residents of the Sun-  sWneCon8r":lo"Tu1^  ceremonies of the Addition and  Renovations of St. Mary's Hospital on  September 22,1070 at 1400 hours.  Refreshments will be served following  the ceremonies and guided tours.  Tho purchase of Ixsn Vun Egmond  property for the Joint Use f#lHty has run  into a snag us the regional and school  boards have Indicated to^pb Village of  Sechelt they don't like the location of the  property.  A Joint-use facility committee meeting  was tentatively scheduled to take place  Tuesday afternoon to discuss all the  property proposals.  Alderman Morgan Thompson told the  Times the meeting will be a sit down  session, The village will go over all tho  available property and'give the pros and  eonsitblhe 'rcpreienlh1wes'fromln?MTioor  and regional boards.  "We understood that wo were to go  ahead and buy tho property for the Joint-  use facility, but now we find out that the  regional board and the school board don't  like what we have chosen.  "I guess it was a misunderstanding. We  wore working under a very loose  agreement with the regional and school  boards," Thompson said,  SCRD chairman Ed Nicholson said It  was a matter of clarification,  "We had to clarify with the village that  we feel we should have been consulted on  Die locution of the site. We wanted to bo  located centrally in the village if that Is  possible," Nicholson said.  He also said the Egmond property  wasn't u convenient site und It required  rezonmgas !wcTiTs'qliuWoH'bTnir,  "There are several difficulties with it,  but we also realize there is a limited  number of sites available In the village.  Other than the Shorncllffe site, it is my  understanding there isn't another site  which Is convenient," Nicholson said.  Alderman I-arry MacDonald pointed  out there was only five or six places und  tho Egmond place was the best one considering tho purchase price,  MacDonald snld at the moment the  Egmond property might bo inconvenient,  but If tho community plan is followed, Its  location will be ��.good one.  ''If you look ot the community plan, the  property touches on two connector roads  and when the Highway 101 bypass Is built  It will be in a good location," MacDonald  said.  Despite; ThbW^  to purchase the property, no firm  agreement on tho cost sharing and  ownership urrangment between tho  Village and tho other two paries has been  arranged.  .  \  Nicholson said SCRD was still waiting  for confirmation on Its request to borrow  tho needed money before It would be  willing to enter u legal commitment.  based      on*    education      ministry  requirements, is 538, Denley said.  "We have portables there," he said.  "But even with the portables, it's a tight  squeeze."  This year is projected as the peak  enrolment year by the ministry for this  district.  However, Dcnley said, "It will hit us  next year, by the feeling of the district."  In the meantime, Elphinstone will be  full for the next two years.  While Elphinstone may be over-  enrolled, Chatelcch's enrolment has  decreased from 243 to 218 this September.  This also may affect staffing and  programming.  "It may mean pulling a teacher out and  we don't want to do that," Mills suld.  Overall enrolment In the district has  exceeded the estimate for 1970. An increase of 40 full-time equivalent, students  were exacted when school doors opened  September 4, but as of September 5, 105  more than last year were taking their  places in the classrooms.  Kindergarten student, counted us half-  time students, topped the estimate of 190 to  195 students at 206 (or 103 fulltlme  equivalent).  Including kindergarten students,  enrolment for the district is 2,700 full-time  equivalent students,  Tho significant Increase In kindergarten students showed up nt Sechelt  Elementary whore 33 students  necessitates a full-time kindergarten.  m i ���  Grub Bag is buck and Ann Is cooking up a Dixieland treat -113  Bruce Robinson finally finds a developer with vision und he tells us all  about him - A2  . The Times has a new entertainment column on its fairly new  TflvcrsH  . Long time Times Community rage columnist Mary (Tlnkoly)  Shannon snyH goodby (A4) and the Times says goodby to Mary - A2  . There Is a new hockey league in lite making and we tell you all about It  -CI  m  \ X~~i~J.  1  /_   eA-2  m  The Peninsula Times,  Wednesday, September 12,1979  press it  vvery other right that frw men prize."  Winston Churchill  P.O. BOX 310, SECHELT Phone; 885-3231  Bill Bell ��� Editor ���   Harvw McCracken  Helen Parker - Hcporter/Photograpber     Helen Tasker - Advertising Sales  Jennifer Hinde - Darkroom Technician     Mary. Puchalski - Advertising  Judj Fitzgerald - Office Manager  \  Divide and conquor  If B.C. Hydro could grin, it would  have a large happy face smile the size  of a Cheekye-Dunsmuir line following  the meeting between them and local  opponents.  ' Divide and conquer is the oldest  game in the book, but usually you  have to play some dirty game to  Cove Egmont and the Ambrose Lake  Ecological Reserve, the Sakinaw  Lake -Property Owners and  Leaseholders Association have  played right into the hands of Hydro.  It's no wonder the Earl's Cdve  residents feel' double-crossed, but  worse yet, the Sakinaw group has  accomplish it. B.C. Hydro didn't have   probably given Hydro an excuse to  to, the Cheekye-Dunsmuir Alliance  did-it to themselves.  By proposing the alternate route  which will travel up Sechelt Inlet and  cut overland through Doriston, Earl's  continue on the original route across  Sakinaw Lake.  Hydro can now argue there is no  viable alternate route which will  make everyone happy.  Goodbye to the Co-op  Its sad to see the Elphinstone Coop go down the drain, but we believe  the majority decision by the board of  directors was a correct one.  Any smaitt businessman knows  when a company is losing as much  money as the Co-op has for the past  three years, it's best to cut your losses  as much as possible by going out of  business.   _  Those who argue the society  should keep going, but sell the  building to pay off the debt obviously  wouldn?t make good monopoly  players., or, _ for- that matters-  businessmen.  Sure the Co-op has been running  for dver 60 years, but when a business  is in as much trouble as the Co-op is,  starting from scratch is a much  better proposition than trying to  make such alosuig proposltiM"workr  Particularity when you consider  was not downplayed at the meeting,  the majority of people were just  looking at the problem in a realistic  manner���If theycontinued to run the  store, the losses would increase and  any equity left in the building could be  lost.  The Co-op in Gibson was suffering  from a terminal case of poor location  and lack of parking. And by the age  and number of people who turned out  to the meeting two weeks ago, it  looked as if it just didn't have very  much new blood~in~it;  The alternatives given by opponents of the liquidation were not  thought out nor were they presented  in a way in which the members  present could make a sensible  decision on them.  Yes it would have been nice if the  -Ckhop-Could_have_suryiv.ed, Jmt its  present fman^cial'pxfsitton^astrcroesli'tr  allow it. We hope those members who  Letters to the Editor  "It's grand" to be needed  Editor,  The Times:  I would like to thank all the people, who  pfionedlhe m answer^my~"Gfanny7f6r  hire" ad. My phone never stopped ringing.  When my husband passed away June 30,  1979 the, thing I missed most was the  business phone. It became silent.  Do your grandparents realize how  needed you are?  I have had 12 calls in two days from  women with children, who say my children  r.hayje^a=grandinaJiLEngland^^  their grandma, as grandma, wasn't  around any more and they just missed  them so awful bad.  T1rave~had~two~tUstress- calls in-the  - night, which J wasvery happy to answer.  It is wonderful to be neefledTThe reward of-  a loving child calling me "grandma" is  something all the money in the world  couldn't buy.  I see a real need for a big sister club.  Are there any "grandmas" wanting a job?  Put an ad in the paper. You will be  "ask~  Senior  Citizens  Association  By Robert Foxall _  I trust that all members had a good  summer and that they managed to get in a  little resting because the business transacted and the plans laid at the Executive  Meeting indicate that we have a busy Fall  Season ahead of us.  Carpet Bowling will commence on Sept.  17, make a note of the date all you bowlers  who have managed to clean up the garden. No definite date has been set for the  commencement of Dancing because some  members of the Orchestra were away.  There will be a Plant and Flower Sale  Sept. 29th. with Coffee and sandwiches  being available. This event will open at 10  a.m. Gardeners get your Plants potted up  ready for this day.  Eva Killian advised us that the Ways &  Means Committee had invited Joe Benner  who had donated the Table which will be  raffled at the Fall Bazaar, to attend and  open the bazaar on Oct. 27.1 hope many of  you have seen this magnif icant table. It is  well worth while buying some tickets to  have this table in your living room.  It was decided to hold the Christmas  Dinner on Dec. 13th. The Branch will  absorb half of the cost of the Dinner but the  cost to the membership cannot be decided  until quotations are received. The  membership list will be closed as at Oct.  31st. for the purpose of this Dinner.  Dave Hayward advised that he was  making plans for a trip to Coquitlam but  coulcf not give a firm date at the moment  and also reminded us that the Photo  Contest would close at the end of Sept. with  the prize-winner being announced at our  October meeting.  At the time of the Executive Meeting  the membership stood at 311 and we would  expect to see this grow as soon as we swing  into Fall Activity with our General  Meeting-of-Sept..20th    Thanks to the good work of some of the  me, "Where is your���male members the sewer hoofcup-li  says granny  children of my own and seven children,  now I have lots more. A small girl asked  me last night, "Did I give presents at  ���Xmas-to aU-my-grandchildren^-mcluding-  her? Do you know the answer? I don't yet  They^alT  just under 75 per cent of the members wanted to keep it open will start a  in attendance wanted to  go  into fa^ charge co-op on their own and  voluntary liquidation. we will he foe first ones to wish then  Valid and pertinent information all the best of luck.  So longto Mary  The newspaper business tends to  be one of high turnovers, writers,  reporters and editors cpme and go  with the same frequency the ferry  workers threaten strike action.  Quite often the only thing which is  consistent about a newspaper is its  inconsistency, which is why the  Penninsula Times and our readers  will miss our long time Half moon Bay  columnist Mary (Tinkley) Shannon  who is writing her last regular  column for us this week.  Mrs. Shannon has been a regular  contributor to the community pages  of the Timesr~siiice the midSixtiesT  She has outlasted more editors than  we care to count and during that time  Mrs. Shannon has provided us with  many an entertaining insight into the  world of Halfmoon Bay.  Mary who is just recently married  wants to take a rest and to travel with  her new husband. We wish her the  best of luck and from all of us who  have enjoyed her column over the  years ��� we will miss you.  Toronto, Vancouver,' Winnipeg, Coiir-  tenay, Parksville, North Van, Nanaimp,  Delta, Burnaby and Edmonton. "She can't  come. Will you take her place and be our  grandma?".  What a feeling to be so needed. It's  grand. I see a need from six young women  with children, raising them alone, on a  small wage and finding it tough to findja  sitter they can really trust like they would  a "grandma'*. ,is  I had two girls who phoned sounding  _veiy_youngV-asking-if-I coukLplease-be  I have seven and three-quarter grand-  grandpa" We need a grandpa too.  So I tell them to put an ad in the local  paper. "Wanted a loving kind grandpa,  who buys ice-cream and tells stories."  They might just find one. They miss a  grandpa too.   , Grandma Rosie Simpkins       _���. _ !"_._       "Secheltr  been completed and the bills have ail been  paid. In spite of this, Treasurer Ivan  reported our finances in a very healthy  condition. Oh yes. the Furnace has been  inspected and checked and it too, is in  healthy condition so we can promise a  warm welcome to our first meeting which  I will repeat will- occur Sept. 20th.  A fine line  Someone with vision  by Bruce Robinson'  News and Views  My major fault  by Helen Parker   /  My major fault, or at least the one  which rates up there with eating, talking  and sleeping too much, Is leaving things  until the last minute. An analyst would ,  have something suitably analytical to say  about it.  My excuse is I work better under  pressure, but the truth is I just can't bring  myself to do anything ahead of time, including this column which is always the  last thing I write.  I hope every week maybe there won't  be enough room on the editorial page for it  and this week I've managed to leave it so  long there's only n few Inches loft.  I never wanted'to write It regularly. I  think I should only write it when I have  something to say, Of course, If I had It my  THEPENINSUU17W  Published Wednesdays at Sccheh  on W.C.'s Sunshine Coast  by  Tl|e Peninsula Times  'lor Wcstprcs Publications  at .Sechelt, H.C.  Hox .110-Sechelt, l��,C.  VON JA0  Phone HH5-.123I  way, I'd never have anything to say, which  a number of people think .anyway.  In case anyone was wondering what the  black splotch Is at the top of this column,  it's a line drop-out of me and a camera. It's  meant to make me look "on the job.'?  I fought against having any picture  until the editor threatened to print the one  of me reading the Vancouver Sun career  opportunity ads at my desk ��� when I  probably could have been writing this  column.  Volunteer  tutors needed  Editor,  The Times; ;  An Adult Basic Education program will  be available this Jail, sponsored by Continuing Education.  ABE will be taught to adults who  cannot read or write and to those who want  to become better at it. Basic Reading and  Writing will be taught on a one to one   basis; ���������" ���; :   Volunteer tutors are needed. The  volunteers will be assisted and guided by a  teacher. The teacher-co-ordinator will  match volunteers and students and plan  individual programs. Help is also needed  in the ���. passing the word along to  prospective students. Many who hide their  inability to read and write will be relieved  to find a solution to their problems. All  inquiries will be treated confidentially.  There Is a $5 registration fee, but the  course is free.  For Information and registration call  Continuing Education,, 885-3512. If you  wish to find out more about tutoring, leave  your name with the Volunteer Bureau, 885-  5881.  KarlnHoemberg.  Co-prdlnator  ~~~I bave~oftenr "wondered when a  legitimate spokesman for progress on the  Sunshine Coast would surface. Someone  with a vision which would appeal to all, a  plan that would nobly fulfill the potential  of our little piece of paradise, offending  none in the process. Hold on to your hats. I  have found a man with a vision.  While working in the Times' office late  one evening, pecking away on my copy, I  heard a faint scratching at the window. I  looked out to see a frail, pathetic creature  motioning me with what appeared to be his  last reserve, of energy. This fading apparition of a man turned out to be Purd E.  Prophit, a former ball-bearing  manufacturer in Vancouver who had sold  his business and come to Sechelt to escape  urban madness.  Clutched in his claw-like hand was a  grimy notebook, the contents of which  included, according to Purd, a host of  revelations about how to develop the  Sunshine Coast. This project had become  an obsession with Purd, had occupied all  his waking hours, he said, and had  exhausted him to his present state of  collapse. He promised to reveal his master  plan to me only, if/ I would abandon my  evening's labours and drive him to Vancouver, so that he could conduct certain  undisclosed business.  Purd was offering me the opportunity  to be the first writer to publish his thoughts  on the development of the Peninsula.  Whether it was the maniacal glint of  dedication in his eyes or the prospect of  postponing my own work for the evening, I  don't know. But I drove him to the  mainland, and now his ideas are recorded  for the benefit of developers and real  estate agents, speculators and planners,  and for each of you who has wondered  what may become of our home.   ���  When the ferry left the terminal, Purd,  obviously confident that I was going to  honour my half of the bargain, uttered his  first "pearl of wisdom," this without so  much as sneaking a peek at his almanac,  He knew his material.  "The first thing you gotta do is simulate  the economy, And what is it that simulates  the the economy? People, We need more  people." At this point I asked Purd how he  planned to recruit people. "Well, what you  gotta do is pretty obvious," Purd said to  me, clearly dismayed that I had to ask  such a simple-minded question. "First of  all, we send out invitations to the people in  Vancouver to come on up. Once people get  here, they always like it, so you gotta  figure a bunch of 'em will stay. Once they  decide to stay, they'll buy stuff in our  stores and open up new industries, and  we'll have a simulated economy."  Purd was slowly becoming an Inspired  speaker. "But Just to make sure all them  city folk feel comfortable when they,get  here, I figure we oughta put traffic lights  every half mile on the Sunshine Coast  Highway. Then, later, we gotta put a fence  around whatever trees Is left after the  folks build their houses, and when we're  finished, we'll call those fenced-in trees,  Wage increases no longer the scape goat for inflation  Cuiimhutorv  Di\, 7, Seehell Klemoiilary  Hobcil l-'oxiill  Vern Olcfthrvchl  Dennis (iray  Maurice Ilemsm-ei  Jennie Norton j  Murrlt! Redman   ttruvrttubbwuM.-.- -  UuySyniomh*  Marion Ahagcr  Penny Connor  Doris lidwuidsoi 1  Mary Tlnklcy-.Shitnnon  One of the more interesting economic  Items to pass over' my desk in recent  weeks points out u shift In tho bin mo for  Inflation. No longer are wage lncrenses  brought about by union demands pinpointed as the cause of inflation, but rather  the Increases In government spending.  That's right, after more than a decade  of Inflation being blamed on tho  "irresponsible" demands of "big labor",  several prominent economists In recent  articles in Time magazine as well as  various trade und commerce Journals put  out by largo corporations have decided it  wasn't your wago lncrenses after all. (I  wondered when they would get around to  looking at Canada Statistics which  showed inflation was rising faster tliun tho  average wage Increases,)  Now the large companies' have switched tho blame to excess govcrment  spending, one lias to wonder when tho Joe  Clark government will turn uround and  Carillon  With Bill Bell  think inflation was caused by their Increased profit margin.  Still, some of tho new economists'  arguments luiye merit, but to place all tho  blame for inflation on the government Is  Just as bad as blaming tho poor working  stiff who demands more Income bocuwie  Inflation has eaten up his pay cheque.  Certainly the economists must "realize  there are several factors causing inflation,  Including government spending, excessive  profits and largo Increases in wogea. No  blame tho corporation's excessive profits    one sector can bo completely condemned.  'Wlnmtlonr "" "" ' *"'" " " ���"~r~* .���������'-'---�����-^=-������---���  It could be the start of something big,  but actually tho largo companies faced  with Stats Canada figures could do nothing  else but blamo tho government for Inflation. After all, they wouldn't want you to  WlOTdfetuffisffiffifHlffl nbButthesihoW  economists' views, promoted by such  multi-national corporations us Exxon and  Dow Chemical Is their recommendations  of mnsHivo tax incentives for themselves,  They coll for long term tax incentives to  encourage savmgs and Investment, but  they aren't specific on what government  programs should l>o cut out with tho lost  tux revenues.  Some say to cut social und pension  programs, but which social programs Is  the government to cut? Unemployment  Insurunce? Welfare? Medical?  Another problem which occured to mo  in their arguments Is most of their points  doult with supply and demand. On one  hand they any wo are consuming too much  and not investing und saving enough. And  hr the same breath they are tettto^uriwr  Industries aren't producing ��nough.  Well, In my books If we slow our consumption, while the Industries wo nre  working for are increasing their  production, who is going to buy the extra  goods,  '��'' '���"��       " ��� " "  So this Is the Sunshine Coast, I'd hate to  see what tho rain forests of Ocean Falls  are like. Well at least the two new boat  people families will feel a little less  disoriented arriving during our own  version of the monsoons.  ���. ��� *  And the phone calls keep coming In  complaining about tho "free press" this  paper Is giving SCRD Director Charles  1x50. I told xho complalners Uiey should  write a letter to tho editor, but on second  thought If they use all of their descriptive  pronouns we wouldn't bo ublo to print  them nnywiiy.  * *      *  Getting used to having competition, but  I keep getting the"Impulse whon someone  says "you're the only newspaper which I  read," to respond with a, "I bet you suy  that to all the editors."  * *      '*  . _^  immigration of the boat people into  Canada, claiming thnt we should keep  Canada Canadian. The following quote  was heard on CBC, "A Canadian is only an  Immigrant with seniority."  )  parks. City folks like parks. Maybe we'll  geta monkey or two to climb around in the  trees. There'll be a wadin pool in the  middle of the trees, and we'll stick a seal  ot an^otter in it. People are suckers for  otters. We could charge eriussiori. \~."~  At this point, Purd finally-turned to his  . notes, carefully opening the ravaged book.  He began to quote directly, speaking with  a hushed reverence, in awe of his own  words. "Each subdivision will be named  after a sea animal. EE1 Estates, Seagull  Square, Blue Heron Bog, Crab Corner and  so on. The town planners will be fired 'cuz  they'd just meddle and mess things up,  though to tell ya the truth, I don't think  them developer fellas listen to 'em much  anyway. To simulate business, nuthih' will  be zoned anything. People will be able to  build anything they want, anywhere."  Again his voice began to grow in force  and intensity. "The Pacific National  Exhibition will be moved to Halfmoon  Bay, 'cuz all them city folks will need  somethin* to entertain themselves in the  country. The residents of Redrooffs can  make some extra money by runnin' the  midway, and the Volunteer Fire Department can watch over the kiddy rides."  Purd concluded with a generalization  about the indigenous Sunshine Coasters.  "If you goes In the bars In this area ���  you'll find them people is changin' their  tune from three and four years ago. They  wuz' on that environment bandwagon for a  while, but now they got smart. Now, they  wants industry and development. And  wo's gonna give It to 'em. Maybe, said  Purd, with mist in his eyes, "I'll even start  up my old ball-bearing factory.  Our driving had brought us to the West  Vancouver Village, and suddenly Purd  stiffened in his seat. "Thut's it! That's Itl  That's where I wanna go!" I looked across  the street to the golden arches of Mac-  Donald's. "Stop the car! Stop tho car!" I  pulled into the MucDonald's parking lot  and Purd leapt out of the car while it was  still moving. "This is the first thing we're  gonnn get on tho Sunshine Coast!" he cried  wildly. "No more of that nuts and berries  stuff!" And then he was off, pushing two  youngsters usidc as he rushed to the  counter for a quarter pounder. He was  ordering a second when 1 quietly pulled out  of tho parking lot.  GETTING  'BOMBED'  IS DYNAMITE!  y)  DONT  DRINK  AND DRIVE  \ yi  More Letters to the Editor  Wednesday, September 12,1979 The Peninsula Times  66  uiry went to wrong office"  Editor,  The Times,  Thank you for your constructive  editorial of Sept. 5th, to clear up a couple  of points for public edification.  I already gave all relevant regulations  Watch your  purses  Editor, The Times:  With regard to the letter sent by Mrs.-  Polla^clffofAugT^). I too was robbed of  my wallet in the ferry washroom.  I was on my way to Vancouver to a  show some of our city's sights to a Dutch  guest. I did not miss my wallet till it was  time to leave the ferry. My day of fun in  Vancouver was quite spoilt. So please  watch your money and wallets, ladies,  especially in the . washrooms because  evidently a thief or thieves are around the  ferries. ' - ' ���      ' - fc!    ~  Wear you bags, zippered, on a long  shoulder-strap. I sincerely thank the  deckhand and stewardess for their kindness and concern for the return of my OAP  card, driver's licence, communter card,  etc. which were later found.  I can only hope that the mean thief  reads this too and has feeling of remorse.  Elisabeth Low  references, but Chairman Ed, says J'I  don't know what kind of legal position-this  puts him (Lee) in", so I will help him and  spell it out. Bylaw No. 1 stripped of verbiage says, meetings OTHER than  Regular meetings shall be called (not  held) at a Meeting of the Regional Board,  for specific purpose, called by NOTICE  mailed to each director at least five days  before the meeting, meetings other than a  Regular meeting (Read "In Camera")  shall state "the specific purpose of purposes of the meeting.  . None of this was done, it was therefore  jmtside me_statutqry provisions, therefore  Horrified  Editor, The Times:  While buying school supplies last week,  I was horrified to find a huge price difference on one item in particular ���  Sargents-crayons. The_first- store-ad-  vertised a discount on school supplies and  the crayons were marked $1.10. At the  second store the crayons.were 59c: ~  Even with the discount, the $1.10  crayons were outrageously more expensive than the idential item in the other  store. Most mothers have neither time nor  inclination to shop comparatively and I  hateJ^^ee^ucl^pebple^ejGjejyedE:  illegally convened. WHY?  Just published SCRD Policy Manual  says No. 7 (a) in part. Board members and  staff have equal access to the following  procedures" etc., Same para (a) (1) deals  with complaints between board members,  tope dealt with in-Camera and so on. What  seems to have escaped Chairman Ed. is  that an Alternate is in fact an alternate  DIRECTOR and is entitled to exactly the  same privileges and assumes the same  remuneration and responsibilities as the  Elected Director, and cannot be barred  from attendance at any meeting. No  special resolution was made or called for  the in-camera meeting, and Chairman Ed  should have known, this was therefore an  illegal meeting, and leaves Alternate  Killam with a clear option to sue the individual members of the. Regional Board.  Whilst writing I would say that we have  other similar misapplied procedures on  the record recently, and it is only a matter  of time before some Citizen will perceive  the opportunity to recover damages to the  cost of the citizenry ��t large. I am teed off  with trying to bring this to the Board attention, perhaps via your medium a few  -^tizens._wiU-_give..Ju\_a_-swing^JEhis--is.  practicality not pedantry.  enquiry went to the wrong office in  Sechelt. It may well-have-a~ deciding  element with Minister of Municipal affairs  in his again deferred decision to  November, as to the usefulness and fate of  Regional Boards.  Charles Lee,  Regional Director,  Area"C".  Special decals  help to combat  child abuse  B.C. Tel last week began , placing  special decals on more than 4000 coin  telephones throughout the province to  assist British Columbians in reporting  incidents of child abuse.  Mike Reigb, Coin Telephone Manager,  said the decals are being placed on coin  telephones in every outdoor booth in B.C.,  as well as those units located in bus depots,  hospitals, laundromats, public libraries  and schools.  "As a policy, we do not put any type of  sticker on our coin telephones," Reigh  said. "However, we are responding to a  request from the Provincial Government  to participate in a public awareness  program that is of an urgent nature."  Reigh said B.C. Tel has worked closely  with the Ministry of.Human Resources  since the infant stages of the "Helpline" to  put the Zenith line into effect. On August 10  the ministry began operating the 24-hour,  toll-free telephone number ��� Zenith 1234  ��� to which complaints about child abuse  -and neglect in-B.C can-be reported,by%any^|  -citizen. ,   PageA-3  LAMTEX  5/8" SHELVING  *Sl  Economical shelving with the look-of-  wood. Use your imagination to create  attractive shelving with Lamtex.  Brackets and .Standards available at  your Tim-Br-Mart dealer.  429    10"x48"  12"x36" *l ir'vAD��  479  8"x48"   1 8"x60"  f IO"x60"U  !19 769  t 12"x60" I  STURDI-CRAFT  DO-IT-YOURSELF  FURNITURE  Precut, ready-to-assemble, ideal for  playrooms, child's bedroom, cottage,  etc. ���.    ���:.  STORAGE i\M 79      BOOK  m  ��L  .eg*.  To simplify your Editorial, according to  ~m~\SNQ_ii^~'^^g^'CliaSxm^^diy^'  defense of Alternate Killam was "unfair to  Killam" ergo I was too kind to certain  Board members. Editor, you are right,  enough is enough! We have had eight  months of this sort of nonsense, this moral  One answer would be for the school  board to approve school supply kits at cost  to each child to be given out at the  beginning of each term. I believe that  certain school districts in B.C. have  adopted this procedure successfully.  Josephine A. Hammond  ^"TJiejappUcation ofjthese decals.is a!  once only project until such time as the  ministry assesses the effectiveness of the  program," Reigh said.  He noted that all stickers will be put on  the coin tel units by September 7, the day  the governmnt begins its province-wide  radvertismg^dqnnilic^sem  Director at least, it seems the Municipal   as part of the public awareness program.  ��� ���-;.*::{   .;Jf< �����:--' "p>W* '  On certain mornings^ long awaited,  as the sun slowgilds the treetops 'cross  the bay.  An unheralded performance of a dawn  ballet commences,  For the ballarina sunbeams whirl out  stage centre, front,  To arabesque and pirroute and even  pause awhile;  Rejoice in their reflection of the sea.  ' Time calls the tune though,  While a westwind points the way  As each performer exits swiftly in the  dawn  Save for one, who in defiance,  leaping high in silent rapture,  long pursues her gold enchantment;  then is gone.  In the sudden hush that follows. . .  A lingering pause of unpaced heartbeats.  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Learning  citizenship, search and rescue as well as  army training, open to both lads and lasses  age 13 to 19.  They have transportation from Gibsons  arid Roberts Creek up but they have a need  for lift for some very active cadets from  the Pender Harbour area, perhaps  someone from there makes a trip to  Sechelt on a Monday night and would  arrange to pick them up at the Madeira  Park Legion, if so please call Bob Som-  merfield at 885-2180 or Shirley Som-  merfield at 885-2214 they will be glad to  -hear-froia-you. -~_-���- .=--- *-.���.-__.=.-~=..  JGiN<^m-THE-RAIN   It might be raining outside but the  Sunshine Choristers do their singing inside  in the music room at Chatelech Junior  Secondary School in Sechelt. They are  starting their practises on Tuesday September 18 at 7:30 p.m. with Jessie Gairhs  -conducting.- -"   There is a special need for male voices  but all new members will find a welcome,  this is a fine choir, a joy to listen to and fun  to participate with.  LAST CALL FOR BRIDGE  The Merry-go-round start-off games  will be at St. Hilda's Hall for the Sechelt  Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital bridge  -tournamentrFriday-September_28_aL.7i3L  p.m. , '  Everybody will get their schedules for  the season's play, if you wish to enter your  name call Margaret Humm at 885-2840 or  885-2916-A great^way to meet-newpeople_  and brighten up the coming season at the  same time supporting our Hospital.  HOLIDAY IN EUROPE  The Biernacki's of Sechelt, Teodor and  Eleanor spent a wonderful seven weeks in  West Germany with a few side trips, to  Italy. :~     -   -  Eleanor- and her sister from West  Germany spent a month at a health Spa in  Malente coming away feeling greatly  rejuvenated.  NORTH TO ALASKA.  Jim and Mary Bannerman with two  other couples travelled with two campers  6,000 miles on a trip long looked forward  to, up the Alaska Highway.  They were in Dawson City for the big  celebration August 17 the city was in a  terrible state due to the flood, stores still  sitting in the.middle of the streets up on  blocks. The only rain while they were  there was the night before the parade.  Then it was over the Northern Route  Top of the World to Fairbanks, then down  to Anchorage, Seaward City to Portage  Glacier with its enormous size iceburgs.  Chipped ice for their drinks right from the  -glacier.���,.... ���=__ =. ..���_.-^   The Bannerman caravan of two spent  two fabulous days in McKinley Park  where they boarded a free bus for a eighty-  seven mile trip through the park, an eight  or ten hour trip���but with buses travelling  all the time you may get off one, walk  around, ana then hop on another.   The-roads-were-exceptionally-goodr  they experienced no car trouble but the  second camper had six flat tires!  The highest price paid for gas was in  Alaska with the smaller gallon it was $1.76,  Pacific Milk can at 83 cents and they paid  up to seven dollars per night for campsite,  mostly they were $2.50. The campsites in  many places left a lot to be desired,  .laundry well nigh impossible. It was a  September has seen some changes  around Halfmoon Bay-with Maria Mahar  presiding over the post office in its new  location at the B & J Store and a new  teacher at the Halfmoon Bay School. With.  Miriam Davie transferred to the Cedar  Grove School, the new Halfmoon Bay  teacher is Lorene Taylor, whose husband,  Quentin Doherty is teaching at the Davis  Bay School. For the past three years they  have been teaching at a 2-room school  outside Fort St. John in the Peace River  School District. They are now comfortably  settled in their new home at Middle Point  which they bought from Marie Fenn.  Parents-who have not yet met Mrs. Taylor -  will have an opportunity to do so on September 19, when they, are invited to a  parents' night at the school at 7:30 p.m.  . Another imminent change is that there  will be a new name heading this column  next week ��� not new to the area, but new  to the column. Ruth Forrester, invited to  take over the column, has agreed to give it  a try and we are sure she will bring her  great skills and vitality to keeping our  readers informed of what is happening in  the community. You can telephone your  news items to her at 885-2418.     .  HOSPITAL AUXILIARY  When the Halfmoon Bay Hospital  Auxiliary met for its September meeting  Mary Murray took the Chair in the absence  of President Geri Smith. Attendance was  small as a number of the members were  still on vacation.  It was decided to make a quilt for the  Christmas raffle. Alice Halford had  already made the top in a star design and  it is planned to have a series of old-  fashioned quilting bees at the John  Holgate home. The Auxiliary's next Thrift  Shop duty will be on September 29 for  which" donations-will���be~ gratefully-  -received-by-Convenor-Evetyn^ShellsheaFj-  THE BUSY HARVEY'S  The Mel Harvey home at Welcome  Beach has been humming with activity  during this past summer. Ampng their  many visitors were their nephew Richard  ���Harvey-from -Malaysia-withhis wifeand  son. Richard was serving with the Peace  Corps in Malaya as an advisor on  agricultrural methods when he met and  married Habiba, who was director of  nursing in a Malayan hospital. The Har-  veys also entertained many of their  relat\ves from California, including Mel's  brother and sister-in-law, Homer and  Phyllis Harvey of Hughson and their  Irricana, north-east of Calgary, where  they, turned the first sod in 1911. After a  few years they returned to the more  congenial climate of California where  Mrs. Harvey has lived ever since.  WEDDING BELLS  Guests of Dorothy, Temple last week  were her sister and brother-in-law, Esther  and Doug Anderson of Squamish. While  here they attended the Madeira Park  wedding of their daughter, Pamela Anderson to John Hedderson of Madeira  Park. Pam, who has been a regular visitor  to the Temple home at Redrooffs since her ���  childhood, wore her mother's ivory satin  wedding gown for her marriage. Also in  the area to attend the wedding were Pam's  sister, Kelly, with husband Jack Temple  Jr. and John's parents from Ontario.  Another wedding took May Holgate to  Maplerldge for the marriage of her son  Bill Buss of Everett Washington to Brenda  Hughson, a high school, teacher at  Coquitlam. May brought some of the  wedding guests home with her for a visit.  She has. been. entertaining her father,;  George Hodkin of Regina and relatives  from California.  FROM ME TO YOU  "Halfmoon Bay Happenings" has been  appearing in the Times under my name for  nearly 13 years, which has only been  possible because of the cooperation and  help I have received from my readers and  because Peggy Connor has been good  enough to fill in for me on the occasions  when I have been away on trips. It has  been a rich and rewarding experience  not so much financially as in personal  contacts. I have shared your joys and wept  with you in your sorrows. In thought I have  travelled with you through your most  exciting and romantic vacations in almost  , every-part-of Xhe world. In listening to_your  reminiscences, I have relived with you,  visits to the ancient cities of Europe, the  exotic countries of the Far East, bus and  1 train rides across Asia, canoe trips down  the Yukon and cruises by luxury liner and  sailboat to the Caribbean and the islands  of the Pacific.  WASHERS-DRYERS-DISHWASHERS-MICRO-OVENS  2-year guarantee on all parts & labor  5-year warranty on the dryer drum  10-year guarantee on washer transmissipn  Lifetime guarantee oh" stain less" steel  washer tub  WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL  MADEIRA APPLIANCES  883-2648  PROBLEMS WITH BOAT MOVING?  We're fully insured  & licensed  itaawB**'  WINDERS  FISH BOATS  PLEASURE CRAFTS  Ab Haddock Boat Moving  Pender Harbour  days: 883-2722 Eves: 883-2682  ��� ������  us  : ONLY 87 SHOPPING  jl       DAYS LEFT  ^ZriLXHRl  I have always received the utmost  encouragement and help from the editors  of the Times with whom I have worked ���  Doug Wheeler, Dick Proctor, Don Mor-  berg, Dennis Fitzgerald, Terri Bran-  demuller, Bob Andrews and Bill Bell.  Because of ther generous support, the  column has played no small part in  developing the Halfmoon Bay community  ��  get-togethers.  fabulous trip and they have many pictures  to prove it.  . . .  ���  . ., ....    .     .    to the healthy and active group it is to-day.  da^teTrMde^be^ I thHklrbuone anlTaUan*wouldask"  ��� "-J--i-  After working for -  Gibsons police news  While the complainant was out of the  house for only one hour, September 6, his  home was broken into and his old-age  pension of $161.60 was stolen, Gibsons  RCMP reported last week.  A screen and one window was removed  from a building at Payne Rd. and Hwy. 101  the same day in an attempted break-in,  however those responsible could not get by  the second window.  A Grady Road residence was reported  broken into and $130 cash stolen Septembers. Nothing was stolen in a break-in  to a boathouse on Gower Point Rd., September 5.  A Wildcat bicycle with a banana seat  valued at $60 was reported stolen from a  residence on Reed Rd., September 4.  , A window was smashed to break intoa  business in Lower Gibsons, September 4,  however nothing was stolen. <  A Delco 12-volt battery was stolen from  a vehicle on Hwy. 101, September 4. A red-  arid-white CCM bicycle was stolen Septembers.  A child's tricycle and surf board valued  at approximately $100 was reported stolen  from Lower Rd. in Roberts Creek September 1. The1 same day it was reported a  pair of binoculars and $10 cash was stolen  from a Harvey Rd. residence.  Dalton from Modesto,  four years on the building of a  yacht, with the help of many good friends,  Mel managed to get it launched this  summer. At a champagne launching at the  Redrooffs Beach, his pride arid joy was  christened "Melmar".'''Mary too was able  to find time to spend three weeks at  Knoxville, Tennessee after her elder son  had been hurl in an accident. It gave her  her first opportunity of meeting her new  grandson.  In the near future, the Harveys are off  to Modesto; California to visit Mel's  mother, Anna Harvey who is 97 years old.  This wonderful old lady, who was one of  the first nurses to receive a licence in Los  Angeles, did some pioneering in Canada.  She and her husband came north after  their marriage in 1905 to homestead at  7TB *"!L/that you give this same support to Rutiu?  nve-ton   Forresten  I am not saying good-bye, for I shall  still be an active and interested member of  the Halfmoon Bay community-:  but far fewer than that  if you want to get your  furniture upholstered in  time for the family   DO-IT-NOW  CALL TODAY FOR FREE ESTIMATE  A* ***  W.W. UPHOLSTERY  886-7310  Wyngaert Road, Gibsons  ������������  ��� ������  a matter of interest  BLOWN IN  Advertising-! I WALLS INSULATION  itUVVlilOIllg...       ������ EASILY INSTALLED IN NEW A EXISTING U  helps you judge  good from bad.  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ALUMINUM FACIA COVER & SOFFIT  SUNDECKS  FIBREGLASS SHEET VINYL  VINYL  SIDING  ALUMINUM  7  ROLL UP   AWNINGS   ALUMINUM  CANOPIES & CARPORTS  BAKED ENAMEL ON ALUMINUM FOR MAINTENANCE FREE USE  Wo install all our products  tUNlHlNB<  IrqductJ  Schawl���^  Sasaratt     886*023   Gibsons  'A  flhVi  Kllliirilft-Kl  *m  T  T  No Obligation  ROYAL BANK  All f��l*�� ��titi|��i I liiirMmign __\_,  j a [<��� Mi a* toi>rinfiJI? v"- "  j^^^^ifiDiMUHH^w^aMHiMiWH  ;jaaatf�� wag** Uiifl *! hh"����*  yv;ijWMi*>Mi^jSbMiaa*i'��a a m  ^iHMW^ta  Women's Aglow Fellowship meeting  BY Phyllis Dorst  Our meeting of the Women's Aglow.  Fellowship was held on August ?1 at 11:30  a.m.--in-Harmony Hall. We-^enjoyed-a-  delicious cold plate lunch with warm  friends, old arid new.  Our guest speakers were MARJORIE  POPE andJDIANE McCLELLAND..  Marjorie is from North Vancouver and  Diane is from Port Coquitlam. Both of our  sisters shared lovingly with us, how the  Lord has been working in their lives and  how He will work in our lives too if we but  trust in Him. It was a beautiful meeting  and many of us were reluctant to leave.  We are looking forward to having Marjorie  .and Diane with us again.  Our next meeting is September 18 at  11:30 a.m. in Harmony Hall. Lunch will be  served at no charge. Babysitting is also  available.  Our guest speaker will  be  Christian Science  "...Father, forgive them; for they know  not what they do." (Luke 23 34)  Jesus' love embraced even those who  nailed him to the cross. Displayed on Mary  Baker Eddy's bedroom wall were these  words, "When others hate, oppose, ignore,  help me, dear God, to love them more."  (Archives and Library of the Mother  -Church,���The FirsT~Church���of-Christ,"  Scientist, Boston, MA)  (Mrs.) Edith Simmons of the Salvation   spirit-filled. Catholic nun originally from  Army. Some of the speakers we will be   Alberta.  having  in the  future  include:   Elsie       Come and bring a friend!!!  -Sperling-President-of-the Mainland-Area Don't Forget: God Loves You and sodo"  Board of the W.A.F. and Sister Aquina ��� a   we!!!  Qatidw QHub  <3oM 9&>uK* Show  Saturday, September 15, 2:00-4:00 pm  Senior Citizens Hall. Sechelt ()  ��� Plant Sale  Admission and Tea 75c  ��� Door Prize  885-3154  IF ONE LIFE is saved because of a  Vial of Life, it will be worth the cost of  the program, ambulance unit chief  Mike Baecke (left) says. The entire  stock (500) of Vials of Life were  distributed in two days at the Trail  Bay Mall last week. More of the vials,.  which are free, will be available soon.  The Vial of Life, a program sponsored  by the Lions club, contains a sheet to  be filled out with a person's medical  history and placed in the capsule and  The Creek runoff  Spirit of 79  By Jeanie Norton, 886-9609  attached to the top shelf of your  refrigerator. A sticker on the-door-  indicates to the ambulance attendant  you are participating in the program.  To reserve a Vial of Life, please call  Sechelt ambulance at 885-9607.  Blomgren chosen  for $500 bursary  -At-a-meetingHjf-the-direetors-of-t  Somebody made the comment the other  day that spirit in Roberts Creek seems to  have-died���That-fits withtheobservation-  that Roberts Creek is noted for "being  negative" and not_being able, to "get.it  together".  Well folks, if ever we're going to show  the world at large and the Peninsula in  particular that Roberts Creek CAN accomplish something, this is it. We've  talked about a new Community Hall for  five years. The Ways and Means Com-  mittee have been hard at work for the lasf  two years raising money andsupgprt. And  we've got over half the fundbfg.for the  asking. 7;  All we need is your vote in the  Referendum on Saturday, September 22.  We're asking for approval of a tax increase of 2 mills at the most. That's about  $15 per year for the average homeowner.  Not much when you consider that we'll be  getting a multi-purpose facility that will  serve the needs of the School and the  Community for years to come.  What we want is a gymnasium large  enough to provide the kids with a good  physical education program and the adults  with a community sports and recreation  centre. And an auditorium with proper  staging and acoustics for' theatre  productions and concerts, a facility  singularly lacking on the Coast. And a Hall  to accomodate activities ranging from  bazaars to Bingo to.dances.    It's a dream, but it's a dream with  foresight and it can come true with your  support. You'll be , receiving more information, in the mall this week. You're  asked to.read it carefully and come to the  Forum at the Hall on Monday, September  17 at 8 p.m. It's your chance to ask  questions and show us that spirit in  Roberts Creek has NOT died.  SOCCER,  Graham Heap has taken on the task of  coaching the Roberts Creek ladles soccer  team this year. He's called the first  practice for this Sunday, September 16, at  11 a.m. at tho School. Players of any  calibre are welcome. It's a lot of fun and a  good way to get your exercise. Phone  Graham at 885-6546 if you have any  questions,  VOLLEYBALL  The School gymnasium has been  booked for Thursday night volleyball and  it is expected to start-next week at 7:30,  Regulars and newcomers are welcome.  icwcomers  MUSIC  If you're looking for entertainment this  have   FUN!  and  Keep Fit this Winter  JOIN  FREE LESSONS  October 11 and 12  REGULAR CURLING  October 15 and 16  FOR INFORMATION CALL  885-3575 or 885-9088  .weekend, Bob Carpenter, Budge Schachte,  and Ken Dalgleish will be playing at The  -Peninsula HotelrThey were a big hit-at the-  Cedars  a  couple  of weeks ago  and  shouldn't be missed.  COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION  The Community Association's September meeting is next Wednesday,  September 19, at 8 p.m. at the Community  Hall. It's the first meeting after the  summer so there. wULbe a few things to  catch up on and discuss.  -DAZB^PICS  J "What -happened^ to all -those 'pictures  that were being snapped at the Roberts  Creek Daze, particularly at the Beachcombers game? How about bringing them  into the Store to show Marlene?  Sunshine Coast Scholarship Bursary and  Loan Society last week, Joan Blomgren  was chosen to receive the $500.00 bursary  offered by the Society for the first time this  year, to a student entering second or third  yearrat^a post-secondary institution���-���  It is hoped that this will be an annual  award but since loans have first priority  on the Society's funds it will depend on the  availability of funds eacb year.  Joan is registered in her second year at  Capilano College and plans to continue on  to Simon Fraser University for a degree in  teaching.  ���Any^donations^or<nquiries iray-besent-  tcrMrs. Beatrice Rankin, R.R. No. 1,  Sechelt. To date this year the Society has  loaned. $3,000.00 and another $3,495 is out,  some being repaid* in monthly payments  and some hot yet due.        *  . COME ON IN AND SEE  our wide selection of Roof  Vents ... Everything from Mini-  vents to Escape Hatches to  Super-sized Ventadome Hatches.  We have, too. Snack Trays in  Woodgrain finish ... great for  adding that spiffyjpuch to the  interior of your VanT'Pick-up or  Motorhome.  -We are-adding new-and varied  toek���aH-the-time. Should���yotr  need any advice or help with  your Recreational  Vehicle ... just give us a ring at  Jla Caxavana  OPEN  7 DAYS A WEEK  885-2711  Hwy. 101, Wilson Creek,  In the Old Log Cabin  Box 897, Sechelt, B.C.  REFUGEE AID  lO.     li-.  Please Return This Coupon To:  P.O. Box 1186, Sechelt B.C.  LJ     I ENCLOSE A SINGLE DONATION OF $   D    I ENCLOSE 12 POST-DATED CHEQUES OF $ EACH.  Pleat* Make Cheques & Money Orders Payable to:  SUNSHINE COAST SOCIETY FOR VIETNAMESE REFUGEES  G    I WOULD LIKE A COPY OF THE CONSTITUTION AND I THEREFORE  ENCLOSE A STAMPED SELF-ADDRESSED ENVELOPE.  ���    I CAN DONATE [e.g. clothes, food, accommodation, time etc.]  Name  .             Address  ���     ������-'���      Phone .......; ���. .-;.,���:....���. r^��������� : ;���  mm  N  SAVE A BUNDLE  ��ta (Eorporatton  $Jtlkge of j^eclplt  COURT OF REVISION  MUNICIPAL VOTERS UST  Notice is hereby given that the Court of Revision will sit at the  Municipal Hall, Sechelt, on the FIRST day of OCTOBER, 1979 from  the hour of 7:00 p.m. until the hour of 9:00 p.m. for the purpose of  hearing and determining any application on the part of any resident  of the municipality to be added to the list of Voters, and to remove  any names Incorrectly placed thereon.  The List of Electors as revised and corrected by the Court of Revision  shall be used at the Annual Municipal Elections.to be held in the  month of November, 1979.  J. M. A. Shank,  ���Clerk-Treasurer  dflLL  to October 27,1979  SAVE SAVE 25%  20%  SAVE  20%  on  Gas Barbecues  for all-season  cooking.  on ,  WAIT Heaters  Dependable  compact, efficient  and quiet.  capilano  college  To complete or refresh  your High School Education  To Grade 8,10 or 12 equivalency  in Mathematics, English and Science  day & evening classes  IN SECHELT  self-paced study  Individualized Instruction  enrollment at the beginning of any month  to put your name on the waiting list  for further Information  BASIC TRAINING & SKILL DEVELOPMENT  CAWLANO COLLEGE  986-1911 Local 2S8  SmYL  $100����  ���-r^WjM^' on  Mtf&m Intercity  on Camping Gear  and Outdoor Equipment  Whey you think camping,  think Primus ... a great name  In outdoor equipment.  !l  "iv*jj  ****"  ���ft' ���  Furnaces and  Unit Heaters  The nam. "Int.rclty"  Rj3**Sfn?    ttandi for durability and   {;'  rS^if/f     .fllcl.ncy. Many mod��U   s-  and tliet to choose  from ��� for propane or  natural gat,  5HVt  20%  on  Refrigerators  If your refrldgerator It  too tmall or too old,  choote a new Ingllt or  Admiral crt 20% pM the  regular prlcel  >  /  SAVE 20%  on RV Appliances  Tedco, and Dometlc  regrlgerators, trailer ranges,  water heater and furnances.  BUY NOW AND A SAVE  A BUNDLE  A fully automatic dlthwather It a time and  energy taverl your choice of Admiral or  Ingllt.,, In your favourite color.  *N  V  it to  h Hit  *K��^8  *ff��*  rf*~^~*~  SAVE 20%  Ranges  New feature* for new  convenience and eate  ol cooking. Many  modelt with ������It-  cleaning or contlnuout  overtt. All modelt  available for gat or  electricity,  SAVE 20%    - SAVE 20%  on Ingllt or  Admiral  Washor ft   Dryers  on  ���**%w*l ���  Uvn IfAlfcK  HEATERS  ii���r  /iDlrlli I  JJLbmhhJ  RAKE IN THE SAVINGS!!  NMMMMW  Wharf St., Sechelt  "next to bus depot"  885-2360  mm  ��* =--��^-:::::::f..  r  VOLUNTEER HELPLINE  PageA-6  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, September 12,1979  ing  ���-JoairAlbers is the learning-assistance-  teacher at Gibsons Elementary. A major  DEATH BENEFITS  * Many   people   are   not  aware     of     the     death'  benefits      payable      by  various   Crown   agencies.  * The Canada Pension Plan  will pay up to $1,045.00 on  _tbe_death_ of a contributor.  This is in addition to the  widow's pension.  * A veteran's family may  be eligible for a grant from  D.V.A. or the Last Post  Fund.  * At time-of need, Devlin  Funeral   Home  will   assist  _the family  if.  determining'  -eligibility���for��� .v.0r-Laus_  government   or   private  death benefits.  unite oji ftho-HC-  D.A. DEVLIN  owner-manager  J  Devlin Funeral Home  '166$ $ea#&�� %&., ^W . -  S86-9551  part of-her job-is-to establish-and_im.-__  plement individualized programs for  stadenJ;s-so-eaeh-caTrconcentrate"on the-  areas requiring the greatest development.  Students spend a part of a day in this area -  of" the* school and "then return to their-  regular classroom.      _   __ _ _   _ _ .   _ _  Xhus many students are given this  special attention, each on an individualized basis. Obviously one teacher  cannot give the amount of attention  required by each child.. There is a  tremendous need for volunteer help. With  the attention given by volunteers, the  problem of the troubled students are  more likely to be diminished or solved and  with the bright student, aptitudes and  abilities can be more fully developed. The  -role- of the .volunteer in extending- the_  services which the teacher can provide,  should not be underestimated.  Volunteers so frequently report they  have found this one-to-one relationship  with a student to be extremely rewarding.  The backgrounds of these helpers are  varied. Few have had previous formal  teaching experience but all share a  common interest in helping a child or  - teenager. Training andcj>ntouai��iudance _  is provided by the teacher. If you have  patience and a willingness to learn, why  don'Vyou help someone begin the school  year on a more positive footing: Gibsons  Elementary and many other schools need  your help in this area and in other areas of  the school program ��� Be that volunteer!  Here are a few specific request for you  to consider. ��� Other opportunities and  more information about these can be  obtained from the Community Service  Volunteer Bureau, by calling 885-5881.  Develop a special friendship with an  elderly adult confined to home, assist a  gifted child in writing and classical music,  .-knit���or��� crochet, Deveiop-_a__special.  friendship with a young boy, Sell tickets  I  the Church  your choice  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Service and Sunday School each Sunday  at 11:30 a;m., Wednesday-Evenkigs-7:30r  All in^rrJohlTTXJhited Church,  Davis Bay  Phone 885-3157,  886-7882,  Sechelt P.O. Box 1514  UNITED CHURCH  9:30 a.m.���St. John's. Wilson Creek  11:15 a.m.- Gibsons  fdFlTnon profit cultural event, Write,  Babysit preschoolers while mothers attend- classes, - Develop   a   special-  relationship with an elderly patient, Billet,���  Drive -?-_ using your van, Work for seniors -  in office, Consult in landscaping project,  Type,  Organize' scrapbook,   Drive   ���  fulfilling occasional but urgent needs/  Develop a drama program, Assist adult  students outside classroom setting.  *   *   *  The skills that you learn as a volunteer  can open many doors for you. You might  develop some lifelong friendships. You  may confirm that you really possess all  those talents which friends and relatives  have been telling you _about for many,  years. You may even develop that confidence. You may find out that a particular  occupation is worth pursuing. You may  begin to feel energized and fulfilled.  MONTHLY MEETINGS  The monthly meetings sponsored by the  Volunteer Bureau begin again on September 17 (third Monday of the month)-at  1:30 p.m. at Bethel Baptist Church. These  meetings are open^ to any volunteers or  potential-V61miteerer"bni l;he"~Sunsfiine"  Coast. It is an opportunity to meet other  people who are active in the community  and to share some learning experiences  and information with others. -  This meeting will feature one of three  slide-tape presentations which were  produced this summer under a Young  Canada Works project. Karl Johnston,  Brian Wall and Steve Ripper used their  creative talents to produce these audio--  visual presentations which promote  volunteerism on the Sunshine Coast. Their  efforts will soon be very visible. The boys  hope the quality of their work will have a  major impact upon the people who are  privileged to see and hear these produc-  tions^Many hours were spent :in^in^  _become_moreJnYolYed_in_thelcommunity:  and thus become a more stimulated and  exciting person, call the Sunshine Coast  Community Services Society's Volunteer  Bureau- at 885-6881. We are always"h>  terested iir knowing what'needs-we can  meet in the community.-If you are aware -  of any places where volunteers could be  helpful, please call us today.  Christian Science  "0 Jerusalem, Jerusalem, thou that  killest the prophets, and stonest them  which are sent unto thee, how often would I  have gathered thy children together, even  as a hen gathereth her chickens under her  wings, and ye would not!" (Matt 23 37)  Oh that we woukModay!  In Science and Health withKey to the  Scriptures are these words concerning our  blessed Saviour, Christ Jesus, our great  Example, our Way-shower, "Through the  magnitude of his human life, he demonstrated the divine Life. Out of the an>  plitude of his pure affection, he defined  Love. With the affluence of Truth, he  vanquished error. The world  acknowledged-not-his-righteousnessi-  seeing it not; but earth received the  harmony his glorified example introduced." (by Mary Baker Eddy)  ���' eOME-STAY-WITH-US   at ENGLISH BA Y near STANLEY PARK  ._in_7iumtiftildcwjitownJ^ANCOU.VER^._  TOLL-FREE   800-268-8993  1755   DAVIE STREET   VANCOUVER   B.C.   V6G 1W5  TELEPHONE (604) 682-1831  Now is the time  to start  your Fall and Winter  projects  25% OFF ALL SALES of $5.00  and over  MATERIAL 15% - 25% OFF  SALE GOOD SEPTEMBER 12 - 22  ���MADEIRA-PARK VARIETY STORE  Madeira Park Mon.-Fri. 9-5. Sat. 9-4 883*9115  i  i:  1"  1  m  Province of British Columbia  PUBLIC NOTICE  ^eiroewingT-r-esearchihgT-phc^graphing^  -writmgj?erh^  ' It   is   really   encouraging   to   see  teenagers grasping an opportunity and  making use of their talents. This project is  only a stepping stone for these young men.  Make sure you take any opportunity to see  Jhdr-JKori^lLJlus^u^^  tations will be projected in the Sunnycrest  Mall in Gibsons on Friday evening, September 21 and all day, Saturday, September 22. Other showings will take place  throughout the penninsula at later dates.  If you are wondering how you might  V^  STORE HOURS  JE0  j**!  S&22  ^  TW  6 DAYS A WEEK  L,  OAK  PANELLING  A 01 preflnlshod wall panel.  At a bargain price. 4x8x1/8"  In a choice of Dark or Light  Oak Hardboard. Easy to work  with. V-Groovod,  ,l l/i  4x8x1/8'  COLONIAL  KNOTTY PINE  PANELLING  4x8x1/4" Hardboard. A  beautiful embossed  panel for the cabin, den  or family room.  4x8x1/4"  ea.  "���'av.���.  PLYWOOD  UNSANDED PLYWOOD  4'*��VxS/8" Dee Fir Rough  O.OO  48"x80"xS/8" Tongue & Groove Select Fir 1L ,99  l+l CHIP  Canadian Home Insulation Program  Anplh��f ��wvic e ol  l|>* Oovcrt*n��in o! Canaan  ���:<?���:  'yj&r  FIBREGLASS INSULATION  Government "CHIPS" Program  Save now on onorgy efficient Flbreglass Insulation. Got  op to $500,00 Government Grant on Insulation If your  home was built before 1961 III Ask for details at your  WINDSOR Store.  R20 15" Batts 50 sq. ft. coverage   Rl 2 15" Batts 90 sq. ft. coverage   11.98  12.98  ECONO  STUDS  2x4's 8'  69  {//'  r)f//l  WA  ea.  CEt/tNT  ea.  ea.  SANDED PLYWOOD  4'x8' Oversanded 3/4" Fir '.".. .,  1V.99  ea.  cement  Portland  cement  40 kg  bag4.49bag  A super tough waterproof  coating. Longlastlng  protection for sun decks,  porches, stairs, patios,  floors and walls, Non-slip  ������-��� even when wet,  COVCKS approx. 80-75 sq.,  ft. per gal,,  ���w   J.   VJ  1   I   ?���  1^%1  W^dL        ^^^^^h ___9*l*___\ ^*-"fc ^^-TH^. ^^^U dnb jtilL Ajfe       ^n ��     taMf U| A ^J?    'J"fl^ ^1-*'   �����- ^Opto^^k  BBS fl   J ^__g ^iW  W K 5 ^n/  ^rTr     *k^ ^Jr ^_ -5  HIGHWAY 101 - GIBSONS   886-9221  �����ti9Ds<>i  ���WE���  DELIVER!  INQUIRY INTO  URANIUM MINING  the 'following Commission  British Columbia Public Inquiries Act:  Dr; David V. Bates, Chairman  Dr. James W. Murray  Mr^Valter Raudsepp  amine the adequacy of eyrsting/FedeTarand Proviricial requirements in~  British Columbia for:'  ,   (a) The  protection  of the  health  and  safety  of  workers  associated with expiorationrmining and milling of uranium,  (b) The protection of the environment, and  (c) The protection of the Public.  On completion of the Inquiry, the Commissioners will make recommendations to the Lieutenant-Governor in Council for setting and  maintaining standards for workers and public safety, and for protection of the environment in respect to exploration, mining and milling  of uranium ores.  The Commissioners have completed their initial series of Community  Hearings and on-site inspections of uranium deposits. Further Community Hearings will be scheduled early in 1980.  PHASING OF TECHNICAL HEARINGS  The Technical Hearings are to be held in accordance with the following schedule: ,  I. OVERVIEW  Natural Geochemlcal and Radiation Background and Deposits in British Columbia.  II. EXPLORATION  III. MINING  IV. MILLING AND CHEMICAL EXTRACTION  V. WASTE DISPOSAL  VI. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT  '   Biological Pathways, Groundwater. Surface  Water, Atmosphere, Reclamation, Long  Term Control, Monitoring and other matters  related to the Environment.  VII. PUBLIC AND WORKER HEALTH  PROTECTION  Low Level Radiation, Heavy Metal Toxicity,  Dosimetry and Monitoring  VIII. SOCIAL IMPACT  Land Use Conflicts, Employment,  Community Impacts  IX. ETHICAL QUESTIONS  1979  September 25-28  October 2-5  October 16-19  October 30  -November 2  November 13-16;  20-23  December 4-7;  11-14  1960  January 8-11  January 22-25  January 22-25  X.  THESE HEARINGS WILL BE HELD DAILY  9:00 A.M. TO 4:00 P.M.  DEVONSHIRE HOTEL  849 West Georgia Street, VANCOUVER, B.C. V6C 1P8  JURISDICTION, REGULATIONS AND February 5-8  ENFORCEMENT  Empress Hotel, Government St., VICTORIA, B.C. V8W 1W5  If required, additional Hearings will be held In March 1980.  Expert witnesses representing public Interest groups, Industry,  government ministries and agencies, will bo appearing at tho appropriate Hearings.  For further Information please contact the Executive Secretary at tho  address below.  On behalf ol the Commission  Brig, Gen. E. D. Danby (retired)  Executive Secretary  Royal Commission of Inquiry  Into Uranium Mining  idway  Vancouver, B.C. VBR2C1  3724 West Broadwav  Vancouver, B.C. VBfl  Telephone: (604) 224-2014  ;i  r  / Tidal power still a question  Wednesday, September 12,1979 ~       The Peninsula Times  PageA-7  Sechelt Inlet has been singled out by  B.C. Hydro, engineers as one o! the more  economically-feasible  sources  of  tidal  power in the province, B.C. Hydro an-  .nounced last week in a press release. .  However, "the cost orharnessing~the  province's tides~for electric power  Weather  SEPTEMBER 1-7  - -   high  $��� September 1  September 2  September.3  September 4  September 5  ,   September 6  September?  23.0 C  19.0 C  18.5 C  16.0 C  19.5 C  19.5 C  18.5 C  weeks rainfall ��� 6.61 cm  September to date ��� 6.61 cm  1979 to date ��� 63.53 cm      September 1-7,1978 ��� 3.73 cm  September 1-7 1978 ��� 3.73 cm  Jan-September 7,1978 ��� 84.81 cm  low   ���  rainfall  14.0 C.  .0.76 cm  14.0 C.  .1.01cm  13.5 C .  .0.20 cm  11.0 C  ...1.73C  13.0  .1.22'cm  11.0 C  .0.30 cm  11.5C  .1.39 cm  generation would be prohibitive," Hydro  concluded. .',  Sechelt Inlet has the electric energy  potential or 170 million kilowatt-hours  annually, enough to meet the annual needs1  nDf^PrinwRupertrorabout one*third ofthe-  annual requirements of Kamloops, but  -exduding-bulk-power requirements. ���  B.C. Hydro's figures show even the  most attractive tidal power project sites  (Sechelt Inlet and Observatory Inlet near  Prince Rupert) would .cost several times  as much to develop as conventional hydroelectric, coal-fired thermal or nuclear  .power.  Thirteen locations with a total, net  annual energy potential of more than 13  billion kilowatt hours, or about one-half  Hydro's present load requirements, were  identified by Hydro engineers.  Estimated costs for the Observatory  and Sechelt Inlets projects, which were  . singled out for more detailed study, are  $24J million-for Sechelt Inlet and $2,498  million for Observatory Inlet. These costs  are based on figures from studies of the  Bay of Fundy tidal prdspect off Nova  Scotia, and are eight times those for the  same energy from potential hydroelectric  sites, Hydro said.  B.C. Hydro plans to carry on a continuing review of the-tidal potential in B.C.  "and periodically re-evaluate it in view of  rising energy costs and new technological  developments;��� ~   w"*'%'���   "*"����� "*:  ���^&<*^  Pender Harbour happenings  Best wishes - good luck  by Doris Edwardson 883-2308  Ruby Lake Restaurant was the  designated place for old friends to meet for  a farewell dinner party for long.time  Pender Harbour resident, Bunny Smith,  who is leaving for Duncan, Vancouver  Island this week.  Last Wednesday evening, September 5,  Bunny was wished the best of luck by Ivy  Potts, Alice and George Ibey, Jean and  Jack Paterson, Lisa and Pat Garrison,  Doris Edwardson, Wilf Harper, June and  Mike Cashaback, Ted and Ann Manyk, Al  and enjoyed the cod and salmon here and  said they are almost as good as the steaks  in Texas. The people here on the Sunshine  coast are friendly and I will have some  more views after I have corresponded with  them.  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION  BR. 112.  The popular Meat Draw is back again.  It will be this Saturday, September 15 from  2 to 4 p.m.  The October 13 dance at the R.C  -Hoyd,-Bobby^nd Phil.Brodeur,-Eleanor���Eegiwis^aTOelled-duetotheOktoberfest  and Jim Reid, May and Ernie Widman and   !.��������������, ATtnM  NicKoias bnutensT--   -- - --^ p-^ "Harbour resident arid two  ���Bunny-eame-irom-Vaneouverr-B^G  where she had been working as a ward  clerk at Shaughnessy Hospital for 10  years, to Pender Harbour, and decided to  settle down in Madeira Park at the M and  B Marina owned by Mary and Bill Evans,  Seattle, which was later purchasedniy ~  Harold Clay and is now Madeira Marina,  owned by Ruth and Bob King.  Many folks will remember Bunny's  German Shepherd, a seeing eye, dog,  Woof ie, who used to meet the School ferry  and wait for the children to throw sandwiches in the water, then he would jump in  and chase the seagulls. Bunny and her  uncle Bernard Clarke had^tiie^ttttuT route  J%0-to-69r-Captam-Kent,--Joyoe^Jee,^Vi-  Tyner and Betty Higgins and Pearl  Derricot, who worked in the Madeira Park  Post Office wiUalways be,remembered by  Bunny. | The Ladies Auxiliary to Br. 112  Royal Canadian Legion will miss Bunny as  she was congenial and active member.  TOURISTS VIEW  At Ruby Lake, the other evening, I had  a chance to talk about the tourists views on  tourism here. Mr. and Mrs. Weston  Futrell, Dumas, Texas were on holidays  and travelled the circle tour. He said the  fuel situation stinks here, the same as  theirs. This is the first time they have ever  been in B.C. and the country is beautiful,  which we already know. They have eaten  children wish to express their sincere  thanks to a Sechelt merchant and two local  constabulary for their help last Friday  night.  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  ATTENTION HUNTERS  This is a reminder that Sunshine Coast Regional District Firearms Bylaw No. 81 is in effect and no person shall, at any time, discharge  any firearm within the limits of "firearms Regulation Area No. 1 and  Firearms Regulations Area No. 2" except as specifically provided  under the By-law. '  A copy of the Byrlaw showing the restricted areas I s posted on the  notice board at the Regional District Office. Wharf Street, Sechelt,  B.C. and at various locations In the district. ! ���.    '  A.G. Pressley  Secretary-Treasurer  SUNCOAST AGENCIES LTD.]  (Formerly Charles English Insurance Agencies)  GENERAL ^suii,^  ���Residential ���Commercial  ���Mobile Homes        ���Travel & Medical  ARNE T. PETTERSEN  NOTARY PUBLIC  i ���Conveyancing ���Wills  ��� ARNE T. PETTERSEN  ��� EILEEN KINNE  ' ��� CHARLES ENGLISH  X��P^  '.   3 SuhcckiaI Hqmcm Lid.  Sunnycrest Centre, Glbsona  YOUR PEN TIME AD. 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Tha Yashlca Auto-Focus also  has automatic axpoaura control and  built-in flash. You muat aaa this  revolutionary camara at your Kits  daalar today.  COMPARE  $239.  88  KITSCOLOR  LCI I U DIIVC  Kits own unique  film ; quality  provldas tha baat  In sharpness and  color brilliance. ,  135/2W1.*  110-12 .88  126-12.88  Tha 110 Camara with  both normal and  talaphoto lanaaa built  right In. Just parfact  (or holiday, plotura  fun.  _   110  5 TELE   CAMERA  COMPARE  $24.88  SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY - Offer good until Sept. 30,1979  KITS  60  STORES  WITH SERVICE.  PERSONALITY  !*3����i*^w(te��i**^w'  -m*-  SUNNYCREST MALL, GIBSONS 886-8010   5 _ ��.,  -J.-  A  V !  V  Growing f igs on the  Page A-8 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, September 12,1979  JACKMacLEOD  Alter a summer vacation from formal  meetings, the Sechelt Garden Club met in  St. Hilda's hall, Wed. Sept 5 and the thirty-  seven members present were treafecFto a  very interesting and informative evening.  Businessportion of the meeting dealt with -  the mechanics of presenting the Fall  Flower Show-to _be .held in the Senior  Citizens' hall Sechelt, Saturday Sept. 15.  The Club has presented these flower  shows for a number of years and has  Ferries con't  from page 1  and they don't eat in restaurants."  U the ferryworkers do strike, "we don't  get" anything "up here arid the cost of"  oeeration goes up."  "Everyone  makes a big song-and- ���  . dance about the island," he said, which is  nearly self-sufficient.  "We're literally cut off here, the same  as the Gulf Islands."  "If they dago oh strike, they are going  to lose money and they'll never make it  up."  Sechelt Chamber of Commerce  president Emma Campbell said business  has "definitely dropped off."  "It really makes me mad. We are part  of a community, part of a highway and I  think we should be looked after without.  interruptions."  "And we have these interruptions  every year."  Mrs. Campbell said she had' to  "compliment" Benjafield "for sticking up  for our area here." Benjafield's comments  on the possible strike were aired recently  on CBC radio.  Reg Thomas, Sechelt Shop Easy, accountant-manager, said a strike for about  a week would cause no problems as far as  .supplies are concerned.   Perishables, such as milk and produce,  may last a week. If stocks are depleted,  the store would have to make  arrangements to- barge supplies to Gibsons, then drive down to pick up the  shipment.  This costs "about five times as much"  _as_the_usuaLtransportation,_Thomas_said.  These costs would not be transferred to  the-consumer unless the strike - was  prolonged, about one month to six weeks.  "It's one of those operating things you  have to absorb," Thomas said.  But, he said, "we've had it (the  situation) before so we know how to react  .now and the suppliers bend over backwards to help us out."  Linen ancr~Cotten Handkerchiefs~for  ladieS and gentlemen. Just tuck one in a  card or letter, for that added friendly  touch. MISS BEE'S, SECHELT.  received good support from the public. A  sale of plants will be held and Tea and  Refreshments served. Time 2 pm to 4:30  pm.  Ro^rBancroft of Burnaby"w1U-judge  the entries in 73 categories,   Two- topics- were- discussed-at- the���  meeting. Colin Cole spoke on the growing  of figs in this area, and Bill Cormack dealt  with the subject of soil testing.  To many persons, the mention of fig  production is accompanied by thoughts of  California and other warm areas, but  never here. Not so. Colin brought a branch  from a fig tree in his garden on which  there were some second crop figs. Two  varieties of figs, ��� 'Brown Turkey' and  'Mission,' will thrive here.  Fig growing presents some rather  unusual developments; no leaves appear  until the month of May; there are two  crops, the^second one being five times  greater than the first, and the fruit must"  be almost overripe to be at the best condition for eating. It is a splendid treat  fresh, stewed or dried. But to get back' to  that second crop ��� for these to ripen  successfully there must be a longer spell of  warm weather than is usual in this area.  Cool September days here, prevent full  ' development of the fruit, so the first crop  is really the only good crop locally.  The fig tree is half hardy in areas that  have a spell of freezing weather, so the.  tree may appear to be a dead loss after a  prolonged period of exposure to frost.  However if the roots are protected by a  layer of mulch, they will survive, but the  new growth will be in the form of bush  rather than tree.  Bill Cormack spoke on the necessity of  soil testing.  He pointed out that in a heavy rain  climate such as we have on this coast,  much of the alkaline content of the soil is  washed away or taken down into the  subsoil. Good garden soil is made, not  found, and after being made, this condition  must be maintained by a continuous  program of good garden practices. One of  these practices is to discover whether the  soil content is; too acid"or too alkaline.  To determine this, a soil testing kit is a  Area F meeting   A-Eublic-JVIeeting -for- residents -and  property owners of West Howe Sound  - (AreaF) will beheld at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday,  September 18th, at Langdale School  Gymnasium.  . Mr. Agris Berzins of Dayton and  Knight, Engineers and,Gordon Dixon, SC  R D Superintendent of Works will be  present to explain and discuss the  proposed West Howe Sound Sewer Project.   Other���items���on���the~agenda~inchjde-  Langdale School Use, Recreation for the  Area, Proposed Parks and Highway  Projects.  PASSPORT PHOTOS  & CITIZENSHIP  WHILE YOU WAIT  NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY  Sunnycrost  Centre, Gibsons  KITS Cmc/iM  Hear Ye! Hear Ye!  PUBLIC MEETING SCHEDULE  886-8010  REGIONAL BOARD  2nd 8, 4*h Thursday Each Month.  20th September��� Public utility meeting and Finance  Committee.  All Meetings at 7:30 pm In Board Room. .  (If there are 4 Thursdays in a month, meetings will fall   _1Z  on 3rd and 5th Thursday of each month).  SCHOOL BOARD  September 13th -~ School Board mooting at School  Board office,  Meeting 7:30 pm.  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  Planning meeting ��� September 17th 9 am.  Regular Council meeting -~ September 18th 7 pm.  Municipal Hall, Gibsons.  VILLAGE OF SECHELT  Regular Council Mooting September 19th  -���-��� 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month      Planning Committee  PUBLIC HEARING Wednesday September 12th     Senior Citizens Hall;  7 p.m.  Cfe.��~"  Courtesy of  Cowrie St.  885-9330   Sechelt  must. This kit will show that an acidity  measuring device has been developed,  called the P H scale, which will measure  the degrees of acidity or alkaline content.  he PH lactoTTfiayvaryfrom one spot i  to another in a garden; For a good guide to  the general-condition of the soil, take  samples from four or five locations, mix  them well, dry them out a little before  makingthe test.  Before making a decision to correct or  change the condition of the soil, the gardener should decide what he intends to  plant in a certain area.  . A grower who is keen on azaleas,'  heathers, rhododendrons, pieris etc., etc.  will require an acid type soil, while the  grower of carnations, onions, peas,  alyssumnastursiumsetc., etc. will require  an alkaline soil.  Most garden books state what type of  soil is best for various plants. Soil content  can be changed; and again, garden books  will reveal the method of changing the PH  factor of soil. It is really not a difficult or  complicated task.  ���rKeep "digging" in "ma*nure7  seaweed, peat etc. into your  results will be most rewarding,  compost,       Thanks to Colin Cole and Bill CbrmaclT  soil, and   for their interesting and informative talks.  REGISTRATION  & GENERAL MEETING  WED., SffT. 19  7:30 pm.  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HE rENINSULA /44Heb  Wednesday, September 12,1979  Pagesl-^  BUSINESS & INDUSTRY  This pullout section will be offered weekly in the Peninsula Times to inform our readers on the latest news in the local real  estate market, to offer the most complete classified sales information possible and to provide news and information on  business and industry at the local, provincial, national and international level as it affects our lives on the Sunshine Coast.  ��������  ���x-x-x-xtfxwals*:  this week's  Realty Feature  "kitten Realty Ltd.88M295  Van. Direct!  681-793l|  Box 979 Sechelt, B.C.VON 3A0  Next to the Gulf Station  y<\9  [���.vIvAv.iv  W.*&V.V.  Sv&x  ' X*fc>*$\ ixj-jj.;  Where Real Estate h serious���but a pleasure  GOWER POINT WATERFRONT '84,250  ;..,'   1   M ' .Hfclfel '.I.'.JJ'y :  This panoramic view  can by yours! Quality  construction, built for a  sea captain, this two  bedroom home is set in  a park-like garden. Full  basement can be  developed, Spantex  sundeck, hardwood  floors, many extras. For  more details, call Rene  Sutherland at 885-9362.  .far> y*< *��.�����  'j j ����ii'  ���fiV vy  >f  ���:���-���:���.���.���.���.���  I RAY BERNIER CORRY ROSS RENE SUTHERLAND      TERRY BRACKETT      DON LOCK      EMILIE HENDERSON    SUZANNE DUNKERTON TERRI HANSON  885-5225 885-9250 '885-9362 885-9865 885-3730 885-5383 885-3971 886-8295  POWELL  RIVER  WEST  VANCOUVER  NORTH  VANCOUVER  OTHER OFFICES  TO SERVE YOU  MEMBER OF "RELOCATION SERVICES CANADA" REFERRAL SYSTEM  KINGSWAY  SURREY  LANGLEY  Krx*h  CihYiVl  >**$#**  <&.'*  emember: the nicest thing  about a  Times Classified  is that it is as near  as your phone.  JUST CALL  885-3231  Tuesday thru Saturday  WEIL BILL YOU  ]Lfi ��� |t|l i  ��>.  1  .1 .  f  +<*u ,.\   .   ��� .;<  IF THE SHOE DOESN'T FIT . ..SELL IT!  Call JUDY - 885-a231 . .;iipr an ad just your size.  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Budge, 885-9285.  1528-tfn  FALL  CRAFT GLASSES  starting now at  IDRIFTWOOD CRAFTSl  Sunnycrest Centre  Gibsons  Stain Glass  Flower Making  Beading  Christmas  Crafts  Woodburning  [ Drop in and register |  For information  886-2525  HOROSCOPES ��� Have your  toenail  clippings read in  complete privacy. Call  Zelda. 2175-42  DISCERNING ADULTS. Shop  discreetly. Send $5 for our  latest catalogue of marital  aids, lingerie, housewares and  jewelry. Direct Action  Marketing Inc., Dept. YK,  Box 3268, Vancouver, B.C.  V6B3X9. ��       2055-43  Wanted  YOUNG WANTED. Grand-,  mother is looking for good  used washable toys. Rosie  Simpkins, Sechelt Village, 885-  2688...        2146-42.  WANTED  Scrap  Metal  ""ToprPricwsr-  paid for batteries  copper, brass,  aluminum,  rads, lead  (no steel yet)  BOTTOM OF  FIELD ROAD  (across from Homostead  ___j_^__^_   Cafe)  CLAPP'S CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing.  All  types  of  Concrete  Work.  Breaking and hauling away of  old    concrete.    Concrete  leakage problems. Seepage or  high pressure leaks.  Phone Wayne Clapp  for free estimates  885-2125  after 7 p.m.  Box 1341, Sechelt  1211-tf  CAPABLE       NURSE-  companion-driver, etc. for  private home duties. Day or  night.    885-2627.      2013-42  PEERLESS TREE  .'__     .SERVICES LTD.  Let us care for your tree  needs:         ���������  -Topping  -Falling k  -Limbing  Insured work  "Our reputation  speaks for itself"   ph78852109  3283-tf  Help Wanted  LOVE! LIFE! Love Life!  Love! Help Greenpeace  complete the job of saving the  great whales! Buy-Sell "Go  anywhere" lottery tickets -  write 2623 West 4th Avenue,  Vancouver;V6KlP8.   217045  THE COMOX District Free  Press, Canada's leading  weekly newspaper, has an  immediate opening for an  experienced .'idea' person capable of producing good shop  layouts in addition to finished  work for client presentation;  Should be well versed in offset  newspaper .production and^  ready to assume responsibility for supervision of in-  office activities of advertising  department detail, staff.  Salary commensurate with  qualifications. Please mail  resume and work samples to  Murray Francis, Advertising  Manager; Comox District  Free Press, Box 3039, Cour-  tenay,B.C.V9N5N3.    204(M2   ,  CANADA'S     LEADING,  Weekly newspaper has an  immediate  opening  for  an  experienced   Display   Advertising Person.  The  successful     applicant     will  represent the award-winning,  twice weekly Comox District  Free Press in the heart of  Vancouver      Island  vacationland. A growing area  offering comfortable homes,,.  good  schools  and. a   wide,  variety of sports and social  activities.   The   applicant  should be enthusiastic and  imaginative, have a proven  sales record, be capable of  producing good layouts and  selling copy for all types of  retail accounts and be able to  assist  advertisers  in  the  establishment  of  consistent  planned    advertising  programs.   The   applicant  should   also   have   a   good  knowledge       of       offset  newspaper production and  retail sales techniques. Salary ~  _ci)jnm_ens.uxaJe   .wLth-  qualifications., Mail resume  before   September   7   to:  Murray Francis, Advertising'-  Manager,  Comox District  Free Press, Box 3039, Cour-  tenay,B.C.V9N5N3.    2041-42  TflrLCWRlGHT_"REQUIRED_  for Sawmill in Northern  B.C. Certified Millwright  preferred but not essential.  Swing shift. Union rates.  Those interested call Rim  Forest Products, South  Hazelton, B.C. V0J 2R0. Phone  842-5266. 204543  WELL established Fraser  : Valley Community  Newspaper   requires    ex-  2 BR FURN wf* cottage,  Gower Pt. Rd. Lease 9 mo.  only, single adult or couple  only. No Pets. $250 plus util.  438-3843. ,    , 212343  FOR RENT    ,  MOBILE HOME  TRAILER PADS  ���Double & Single ���  West Sechelt  885-9825  or  885-2671  MODERN 2 bdrm family  - home, wall to wall carpet,  fireplace, West Sechelt. $325.-  No pets. Ph. 885-2485.    214542  3 BEDROOM house in Wilson  Creek area. Available Oct.  1,1979. Rebt $325. Fridge and'  stove included. Call Century  21 - Century West Real Estate  885-2235. 217742  GARDEN BAY waterfront, 3  bdrm  house,  furnished,  adults only. Ph. 985-5273. 2181-  44  EXECUTIVE type 3 bdrm  panabode home, all major  appliances. Full bsmt, 2  fireplaces, 2.2 acres. $450 per  month. Ph. 885-5171.     218944  RENTING  J3n��_ Bedroom, Apartments  * Drapes * Balconies  " *" Intercom *- Cablevision  * Controlled Entrance * View  * Wall to wall carpet  * Colored Appliances  Rent from $190.00  Call DOUG FERRIS   885-2283^  Real Estate  WATERFRONT lot Sunshine  Coast (Robts. Ck,, area)  ���Browning Rd. 100x370. Very  private w-level entry  driveway off Browning Rd.  View from housesite 2nd to  none. Water, hydro readily  avail. $79,500, Days 278-3888,  eves. 433-7228.    . 1955-tf  EXCEPTIONALLY fine view  lot in West Sechelt.  On  sewer. Ph. 885-9796.     4724-tfn  MADEIRA PK. Cozy 1,000 sq  ft post &'beam home. FP,  patios, selectively treed &  fenced. Corner lot. Block to  beach & medical"centre.  $41,900,112-856-6670.     206442  Mobile Homes  ATCO BUNKHOUSE 10 x 52,  10 x 20 Mahogany Interiors.  Good to excellent condition.  Located Mica Townsite. $500.  to $2,000. Loaded your trailer,  some washrooms, furnaces.  Ph. 376-5502, eves 376-  9616. , 216742  '76 12x68 HIGHWOOD.  Fridge, stove, carpets,  drapes, sundeck, skirted.  Bonniebrook Trailer Pk,  $15,000,886-2740. .        2017.42  HUSKY trailer'BV" long with  propane stove, fridge, sink  and water tank. Table space  makes into bed. Custom built  under carriage with 14"  wheels. Also Husky 8' low  camper with twin bunk beds,  etc. Ph. 885-2494. 215042  Cars and Trucks   HBus. Opportunity  RARE 71 Mustang, pewter  grey fastback, near  sbowrm. cond. 1 owner, lady-  driven. 302 eng., auto, ps,jpb,  all stock, never raced. Must  be seen. $3,900,885:2126. 2066-  43  '66 CHEVELLE convertible..  $500 firm. 883-2414     208543  19(0,  9347.  lIj^Uj.1 IUV/wi  212643  PAMPER yourself, you  deserve it. 1976 Ford window van, LWB, PS, PB, 351 V-  8 with 40,000 miles. Unique  -camper-. unit _ of ���tufted  leatherette, its different.  Offers up to $6500. Ph. 886-9519  or 886-9416. 214342  OFFERS 1973 Hayes Clipper,  Trans 5-9-13RTO, 44,000  rearends, 30,000 miles,  Michelins. Kenworth logging  truck, new engine and paint,  38,000 D-R trans 54. D.L.N;  6383. Ph. 795-3456-795-  7709. 216942  1977 DODGE van B200, %vton,  under coated, insulated and  panelled. H.D. shocks and  springs, battery and heater!  38,000 miles. $5800 o.b.o. Ph.  885-5643. 218544  ROTARY.water well rig. Low  pressure air 1000 gal. Tank  260 ft. 2. seven-eights stem.  Subs to 6 one-quarter $15,000,  Ph. 832-7377. Write Box 2758,  Salmon Arm, B.C. V0E '  2T0. 217142  Lost  ELDERLY seal-point male  Siamese from Richards  Road, cat is 18 years old.  Please take care of him and  phone 885-5396. 218342  RED TOOL box and tools,  Hwy. 101 near Mason Road.  $200 reward_for_ return. Call  eves. 885-2984 208943  BLACK AND WHITE male  cat.  6  yrs.   old.   Roberts  Creek. Pis call Judy at 885-  3231 days, 885-5059 eves.   2132-  43  Found  GRAY long-haired cat near  Wakefield. Ph. 885-  5482. 218242  Motorcycles  2,000 SQ. FT. upper floor office. Rent as is at $450 per  mo. or we will renovate to  suit. Heat & parking included.  885-3224 for appt. to view. 1503-  tfn  MOTOR HOME  RENTALS  Sechelt R.V.  SALES  ^  Book now for your  winter and spring  holidays.  SUNC0AST salvage;  Work Wanted  DRYWALLING,  taping  and  filling. Free estimates. 885-  5058. 200942  MATURE, reliable adult will  check premises and house  while owners away. Halfmoon  Bay to Earls Cove area. $40  month. Ph. 883-2353.     217942  WILD MUSHROOM nickers!  will pay $10 - lb. for pine  mushrooms, $21 - lb. for  chentrelle lactereous and  boletus. Ph. 885-9643.9 a.m. - 6  - p.m; for more info.       207043  FRIENDLY      CAPABLE  person     required     for  challenging position in Pender  Harbour  area.   Sales  ex-  Bsrience required, reply Box  , Sechelt. 209242  3 lines for  $1.90  PREPAID  RUN YOUR AD 3 TIMES FOR THE PRICE OF 2  PRINT YOUR AD IN THE SQUARE. BE SURE TO LEAVE A BLANK SPACE  AFTER EACH WORD. THREE LINES IS $2.15. EACH ADDITIONAL LINE  IS 60c. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR SPECIAL SAVINGS.  '��� Run your ad twice ��� the third time If FREE.  " If you pay for your ad the Saturday before publication you get a  discount ��� 25c for one Insertion ��� 50c for three Insertions.  MAIL US YOUR AD, OR DROP OFF ISi  In SECHELT at The peninsula Times Office  Suncoast Agencies, Sunnycrest Contre, Gibsons.  periehced Sports writer.  Applicants should also be  competent with general news  and 35 mm camera. Dark  room experience an asset.  Apply Box 148, BCYCNA, 808  207 West, Hastings St., Vancouver, B.C. V6B1H7.  215844  INTERESTED in a Retail  Sales Career? Join oiir  Sales-Management Training  Programme and Learn while  you earn. High income  possibilities for those with  initative. Applicants to:  Recruiter, Head office, Wall's  Home Furnishings Ltd. Box  70, Smithers, B.C. VOJ  2N0. 215942  BAKER-MANAGER required  in Crowsnest Pass area.  Good wages, full benefits,  excellent working conditions.  Send resume to: P.O. Box  B1019, Blairmore, Alberta.  T0K0E0. 216042  INTERMEDIATE accountant  two years of accounting  course and E.D.P. exposure in  forest industry required.  Competitive salary, excellent  benefits and advancement  opportunity. Apply in writing  to: Dale Morehouse,  Divisional Controller,  Canadian Cellulose Ltd., Box  1000, Nakusp, B.C. VOG  1R0. 216143  LICENSED heavy duty  mechanics and 2nd and 3rd  year apprentices for Mack  Truck Service Dealer. Top  salary, excellent working  conditions, permanent em-  floyment, Contact: North  eace Truck and Trailer  Repair Ltd., Box 7810, Fort St.  John, B.C. 216242  EARN UP to $100 a week!  Spare time career with  management opportunity  available. For details send  name, address, phono number  to: M, Cheater, 205, 1899  Willlnudon Ave., Burnnby,  B.C. V5C5T1. Phono 294-1512.  199242  HIGH VOLUME G.M. Dealer  requires heavy duty  technicians, medium and light  duty technicians, body  technician, parts technician,  Licensed men $11.00 per hour.  All company benefits. Will  consider part payment on  relocation expenses. Apply:  Brian Lewis, Trumpeter  Pontlac-Bulck, phone (403)  532-8805 or write 12308 - 100th  St., Grande Prairie, Alta. T8V  4H7. Interviews In your area  can be arranged. 210242  STORE FOR REHT  Modern 750 sq. ft.  ���    CENTRE.OF SECHELT. ���  . ���. ���. (CowrjeSt.),   , 885-2045 r  %  885-5522  n.  I  '74 NORTON 850 Interstate,  7,000 mi. Good cond., $1,900.  883-9490. 194441  '78  HARLEY  DAVIDSON.  Low  rider,  low  mileage,  $6,500. obo. 885-5354 after  5. 212541  80 CU. IN. Harley Davidson  - Shovelhead. $4000. Ph; 183-  ._9893J2owelLRixfir��. 179442.  Boats it Engines  UNFINISHED- 24 ft. Lap-  strack hull & cabin. Call Doug,  885-2283, business days. 1633-  tfn '    Livestock  HORSESHOEING. Call Bob  Hopkins eves. 886-9470, 3300-  tfn  WANTED small pony saddle.  885-9208. 212943  Wanted to Buy  WE'LL MILL or purchase  your smaller logs. Small log  truck avail, for hauling.  Smallwood Resources, 885-  2455.     1611-tfn  SELKIRK CHIMNEYS  and  _._,_ -WOOD-HEAIERS-   at  MACLEODS, SECHELT  207941  WOODEN frame windows, all  sizes,      and/     shapes,  reasonable. Ph. 886-2777. 2139-  44  PROTECT YOURSELFS  AND YOUR BOATS    _  Canadian     Power  Squadron Boating Course is  the answer. Register Sept. 19,  Room 111, Chatelech,  Sechelt. 213642  8x40 TRAILER. BR, bath,  util. rm., kitchen-LR comb.  885-5628. - .     202042  MAP1.E CRESCENT Apartments. 1, 2 & 3 bdrm apts.  Reas. rent. Incl- heat,  cablevision, stove, fridge. 886-  8333 or apply Apt. No 104-B.  ."������-. 4121-tfn  Wanted to Rent  2     BEDROOM     HOUSE.  Preferably SecheHVRoberts  Creek area. Ph. Chamberlin,  254-5546. 207343  ACCOMMODATIONS     for  family  of 3  commencing  Oct. 1. Gibsons-Sechelt area.  Ph. Surrey, 588-0913.    201542  REQUIRE 2 - 3 bdrm house  for 2 mature adults. Sechelt  area.  Ph.  Brad Benson at  work, 885-3818. 213442  CLEAN modern home with 3  or 4 bdrms required, Nov. 1,.  1979. by responsible family,  would prefer Gibsons area,  acreage or waterfront. Ph,  after'6 p.m. 886-9129.     218042  RESPONSIBLE  family  of  four wishes to rent 2 - 3  bdrm home.   Langdale  to  Sechelt. 884-5307 after 5  p.m.       . 219044  Cars and Trucks  '66 PLYMOUTH station  wagon, $400. 883-2533 till 5:30  883-9933 aft. 6. 1680-tt  Thepeninsula Times .  .< Classifieds  ~ r-T���. 8ff5-32JT  Deadline ��� Noon Saturday.  WANTED ��� Used furniture.  ' Ph. 885-9785 between 6 and 8  p.m. except Sun. 218844  1 BABY GRAND piano. Call  Richard at 886-2888 between  noon and 5 p.m. 2119-tf  LOGS OR TIMBER wanted,.  fir,   hemlock   or   cedar.  Porpoise,, Bay Logging Ltd.                4485-tf  1969 Bulck Skylark,  V8, auto, PS. Full  price $1095.00.  1975 Dodge Duster,  Hang 10 model, V8,  auto, PS, PB, bucket  seats, 40,000 miles.  Exceptionally . clean  throughout.  For Rent  DAVIS BAY.  2 bdrm duplex.  Real Estate  EXCELLENT LOT 100 x 250  on Southwood Rd. $10,200.  Terms available. 885-  2838. 206743  COSY 2 BR. homo In Selma  Park.   Lease  land  across  hwy from each and breakwater. $14,000 885-5436. 207543  HOUSE on 5.7 acres In Prlt-  chnrd, 24 miles from  Kamloops. 4 bdrms, BMj year  old home, creek through-  , property, landscaped yard,  fruit trees, many outbuildings. Ph. 577-3330. 216442  RANCHES - Rich farmland,  proven climate 300-550 head  in operation. Reputable cattle  area. Three choices, plus  acreages. R.W. Calderwood  Agencies, Box 730, Smithers,  B.C. VOJ 2N0. Ph. 847-  3224. 216542  100 SEcTuDED acres eight  miles from Horsefly, B.C. in  tho beautiful Cariboo country.  Cabin, creek, Rome natural  meadows. $30,000. Trades?  George Morse, Tclkwa, B.C.  VOJ 2X0. 216642  ROBERTS CREEK  4 acres comer of 101 and  Marlene. Possible 5 lot subdivision. Old house no value.  Offers to $69,500, Principles  1974   Toyota  4 cyl,   4 spd,  53,000   mi  ce I lent  throughout.  $1995.00.  Celica  radio,  es.    Ex-  shape  8 FT. DINGHY complete with  oars, weekends only Ph. 885-  3535. 214042  4 YEAR OLD 40x20 boathouse,  built on cedar logs, 2x4  plywood construction, heavy  duroid roofing, walking area  inside and out. Will deliver to  your location. $3500. Ph. 886-  2751. 214744  HANDYMAN   Special,   8'  sailboat    in    need    of  refinishing, $1500 o.b.o. Ph.  885-9535 or 885-3860.      214944  1973 Dodge Cornet;  Crestwood 9.  passenger wagon,  V8, auto, PS, PB,  radio. Full price  $2895.00.    1974 Chev. Van, 6  cyl, standard,  Mlchelin radial tires.  Full  price  $2795.00.  $550.00.  1966 Volvo 4 cyl,  4  spd, radio.  10' Flbreglass over  wood RUNABOUT  with IB hp Evinrude,  $395.00:  Jamieson Automotive  OPEN 9 *tll 9  .Call -Days 8867919 .  Evoj.|Roi.| 886-2650.  HVVY. 10 U Payne Road  Gibsons ��� D-5848  wm  m-mt  207142  \  > ' VI     Wilson   CvvxY."  Community Hull unit Scout  Hull. Call MtdulDtMiluy at BIB-  9804. 3691-tf  GOWF.R PT. area. lively 3  HK,    2    balhrm    homo.  Hcmilllul vlow. WW-7&43.  2000-  42  '71GMC 6500 5 ton flatdeck. 00  pet. brakes, 9000 ml. 427 cu. in.  mtr. ncW Michelins on front,  $6,200 for quick sale. 885-2615.   "���" ����� ���;��������� -leflMfn   1968 CHEV H ton pickup, good  overall cond., radio, heater,  etc. Many miles left on this  one. $1500 or W.H.Y. Also '68  2751. . 214a44��.  196jTgMC  TANDEM   axle  floldeck, 327,5x2 trans,, good  rubber, 22* deck, exc. running  cond.Ph.B8M71L       210442  SUNLINER  BOATS  10' - $700����  IT - '99800  883-2722  amtvu I rrruxc  11   FT.   FIBREGLAS   Lap-  strake dinghy,   $450.   883-  2287. 200542  25  FT.  BOAT     VHF     cb  Recorder, depth  sounder,  many extras. $10,000. obo. 324-  9544. Collect. ,   208043  Bus. Opportunity  MAKE MONEY in your spare  time,   Ixjarn   Income   tax  E reparation. For free  rocburc, no obligation, Write  U & It Tax School, 1345  Pembina Hwy., Wlnnir  Manitoba, R3T2B6.     21C  PART-TIME, FulMimo -  Revolutionary energy  saving device! A must in  every home or office. Just sell  to friends and neighbors and  make $10,000 per annum.  $2,600 ��� needed for Inventory.  For more Information write:  Thermo Cycle Distributors  Ltd., PO Box 69280, Station  'K\ Vancouver, B.C. V5K 4W5  or phone 204-2328. 204942  5)  FOR SALE ��  THRIVING 4 CHAIR  SALON  900 iq. ft, eood krato  For mora Information call  H885-2818  (9 am-4 pm)  '' -"HW  886-7439  (aftor  6i30 p.m  For Sale  WOOD ANDELEC. stove with  hot water jacket, $75. Elec.  fireplace, $50 o.b.o. Ph. 885-  9693. 213544  MUST SELL - Chesterfield  and chair, coffee and end  tables, dining room suite, bed  and chest of drawers, year old  elec. range, carpets, etc. All  good cond. Ph. 886-9703.213744  30 AMP HEATH kit stereo and  dual 1210 turntable. $2200.  Ph. 883-9230. 214242  ENTERPRISE  burner in good  885-2494.  garbage  cond. Ph.  215142  GARAGE   SALE   Sept.   15,  11 - 4 p.m. third house on  right up Mason Road,  Sechelt. 515242  YOUTH bed, child's dresser,  metal bunk beds, fridge, %  ton '57 pickup, '66 Parislenne  Deluxe Pontiac as is, child's  car seat and other children's  articles. Ph. 885-3104.   215342  GARAGE SALE - Sat., Sept.  15,1979. 10 a.m. Household  items, tools, etc. Laurel Road,  Davis Bay, turn at Casa  Martinez. 215542  YODEL airtight stove, used 6  months. $250. Ph. 885-  9297. 215642  URINE-ERASE guarantees  removal dog, cat, human  urine stains, odours, from  carpets or fabrics. Free  brochure. Dept. A, Reidell  Chemicals Ltd., Box 7500,  London, Ontario. N5Y  4X8. 216342  1969 GALION 12.5 ton rough  terrain crane, 37 foot boom,  1400 x 24 tires, clean and tight,  work orders available -  Vancouver - $22,500. 1973  Michigan 125B loader,  grapple, bucket, good rubber ���  Kamloops - $35,000.1975 Clark  667 skldder, 18.4 x 34 new tires.  Cummins engine - Peace  River - $29,500. 1977 Cat 966C  Weldco grapple, Rops cab  with extra guards, 4 yard  bucket 23.5 deep lug tires - 90  per cent remaining - Peace  River - $115,000. Ph. 324-2440  or 985-9759.    . 217242  2 TIRES, G-78xl5 with"rims.  .   virtually new, used 3 weeks.  $50. Ph. 886-2668. 218444  ZENITH washer (or sale, good  condition. Ph. 886-8287. 2186-  44  28 SHEETS new prcflnlahcd  plywood panelling, used  "UfBfMfif! (low s with 'winwere,  Hoildayorgan.Ph.885-  2456. 218744  More Classifieds  Sec Page B-3  :    ��� For Sale  8 x 36 MOBILE. Fleetwood.  _Pjapane_equippe<L_W.QQd_  annelid. Lots of cupboards.  |2,700.883-2640. 206843  1971 KENWORTH with tri-  Legal Notices  SUNSHINE COAST  -PROPERTY-FOKSALE-  Wednesday, September 12,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageB-3  PUBLIC TRUSTEE  Estate Sale.  .._._t      .   ,     ���_n   The Public Trustee as Ad-  axle short log rigging. .350   ministrator. of the estate of  eummir^HSlo-transmission;���eharlotte-��iffiatt~Mc^eMer  44,000 lb.  single  reduction    offers for sale the following*  rearends. Radial rubber.  Completely rebuilt. Ph. 992-  7533Quesnel.' 217342  510 J J). LOADER Backhoe  approx. 800 hours. $49,500.  1972 Mack R 600 Tandem  Diesel 12 yd. $25,000. 450  C.J.D. Loader with Tilt  Trailer $33,500. Ph. 226-7415,  226-7676 or 359-7492'.      217442  LET'S TRADE  APPLIANCES  ONNEWHOTPOINT  AT MACLEODS,  SECHELT  FAT FURNITURE for sale;  blue couch and poof. Offers  885-2145. 208443  ORTHOPEDIC HATS.   We  *   guarantee fit. Get your head  in shape and keep it  there! 213141  BUY, LEASE OR RENT  Record-a-Cal  Answering Device  J&C ELECTRONICS  Cowrie St., Sechelt  885-2568  ,    1828-tfn  6-YEAR   crib.    Excellent  condition. $75.885-3737.2101-  43   LADIES, Mens, Childrens,  Maternity Clothing, 'New &  Nearly     New'.     Encore  Boutique, 2445 MarineHDrr,W���  Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon-Sat,  10-5; 1414 Lonsdale, N. Van.,  ���980-8011. 4457-tf  LUMBER: 2x4s -10 ft; 2x6s -  ���20-ft:-3x8s--6O-ftr2xl0s--45-  ft. Ph. 552-3328. 3460-tf  IF YOU enjoy gardening, do it  year rouna,- - using -an  aluminum and glass  greenhouse! Write for free  brochure to: B.C. Greenhouse  Builders, 7323 - 6th Street,  Burnaby,B.C.V3N3L2. 1906-  tfn  Notices  YESIAM     .  STILL IN BUSINESS  THE BEST VACUUM  CLEANERS  (Also commercial models)  and shampooers. Demonstration sales and service,  supplies and parts on hand.  Also for sale, cleaning supplies, cosmetics, food supplements, incense and oils,  crystals. Call Stella Mutch  886-7370. 217642.  estate, property: Vancouver  Assessment District, Hopkins  Landing Waterworks District,  Lot 10, Block 12, District Lot  1402, Group 1. New Westminster District, Plan 7429 -  No. 10 North Road, Hopkins  Landing, B.C., near terry  terminal.  Ocean view lot with approximately 50 ft. frontage  on North Road, improved by  sewer, well built and main-,  tained chalet-type home.  Built-in dinette, acorn style  fireplace on cement pad in  living room. Electric heating,  part basement, utility room  and workshop. Sundeck at  front. Second floor has" loft  which could be converted to  second bedroom. Lot size  approximately 50 ft. by 525  feet. The 1979 taxes were  $316.79 gross. The property  will be open" for inspection on  Wednesday, 12th Sept. 79  between the hours of 10 a.m.  and 4 p.m. Written offers for  mis property will be received-  '���by the undersigned up to 12  noon on Monday, 24th Sept. 79.  No representations are made  with respect to the condition of  or title to the property. The  highest offer or any offer not  necessarily accepted. Cash  preferred but terms considered. Enquiries may be.  directed to the Property  Department, office of the  Public Trustee, 685-2431,  Local 16.  Clinton W.Foote,  Public Trustee,  800 Hornby Street,  Vancouver, B.C.,  V6Z2C5  2093-SPT pub. Sept. 5,12,1979.  MINISTRY OF FORESTS- ���  VANCOUVERFOREST   JtEGION   NOTICE OF STAND  TENDING CONTRACT (S)  SEALED TENDERS for  the following Juvenile Spacing .  contract(s) will be received  ���by���the���Regional-Manager,���  British Columbia Ministry of  Forests, 355 Burrard Street,  Vancouver, B.C. V6C 2H1, on  the date shown below:  (1) Contract ST 92K2 - 6  J.S. Located Theodosia Inlet,  Ranger District No. 10 Lund.  On 35.41 Ha. Viewing Date  Tues. Sept. 18th, 1979, leaving  Ranger Station at 09:00 a.m.  Note: Viewing of this site  prior to submitting a tender is  mandatory^>.Deadline fon.  -receipt7of~Tenders is 15:30  September 27th, '79.  Tenders may be obtained  from the Forest Ranger(s)  indicated or the Regional  Office.  This call for tender comes  under the Terms of the  Canada - British Columbia  Intensive Forest Management  Agreement.  213842.  BOX 100  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  883-2233  '  N  -/  REALTY  LTD.  TOLL FREE FROM  VANCOUVER:  689-7623  Member of Multiple Listing Service  HOMES  GULFVIEW   ROAD   ���   Madeira   Park  fantastic view from this new home ��� 3  new appliances, fireplace. $B2,500.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 4 BR home with view  on landscaped lot, Large workshop &  equipment storage area in back. Ideal  location for builder/contractor. $69,500.  RONDEVIEW ROAD ��� 12501 sq. ft. 3  bdrm home-full basement, dble. carport,  large sundeck, built 1976. $65,000.  GIBSONS ��� 2 BR residence with one BR  suite on Hwy 101, adjacent to Seaview  Plaza. Good investment at $53,500.  FRONT ROAD -MADEIRA PARK ���  Partially furnished 3 bdrm 22' x 56'  Double wide and storage shed. Fairly  level lot, beautifully landscaped in lawn  shrubs, flowers, trees, & a vegetable  garden. Close to stores. & marinas.  $49,900.  NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 BR home,  fireplace, sundeck, 3/4 acre lot on Hwy  101. Reduced to $33,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 12 x 44'  Glendale mobile home with 430 sq ft  addition. On 2/3�� acre lot. $28,500.  jSINCLAIR BAY ROAD��� 3 BR view home,  1656 sq. ft., built 1974. Dble. carport,  storage room, heated 34x20' swimming  pool. Large lot. level & fenced, with  large garden area. $130,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� Nice 2 BDR homo with  fireplace, basement and large sundeck.  Close to store*, etc, $42,500.  LILLIES (PAQ) LAKE ��� 3 BR home on 5��  acres. Fruit trees, garden. View over  lake. $77,500.  j GARDEN BAY ��� 3 BR view home on;  Claydon Rd. Full basement, separate'  garage. Close to marina. $87,500  FRANCIS PENINSULA 3 bdrm split level,  fireplacer sundeck & carport. Located on  Rondeview Road $60,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� interesting 4 BR view  home, architect designed. 5 major  appliances. $77,000.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR view  home, thermopane windows, fireplace,  w/w, 3 bathrooms. Easy walk to stores.  PO & marinas. $67,500."  MADEIRA PARK ��� 1280 sq ft home on  Wesjac Road.  3  BR  (one  unfinished),  Citation kitchen, fireplace. Treed lot  garden. Close to marina. $48,500.  LOTS AND ACREAGE  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  More Classifieds  See page B-7  PENDER HARBOUR  REALTY LTD.  Highway 101  at Francis Peninsula Rd.  883-2794  WATERFRONT HOME ��� 4 acres with 330 ft. waterfrontage. Low  bank, southern exposure. Covered dock, water and hydro.  Priced right at $110,000.  WATERFRONT: A magnificent and unusual 15 acres with some  700' of waterfront In the leo of Harness Island. Haslam Creek  runs through the middle of this fine proparty and there's a  driveway In from Highway 101. A big plus on this one Is a 4 acre  oyster lease. Make an offer lb the $165,000 asking price (29%  down), It's a good buy at any price.  PENDER LAKES PROPERTIES: A new and prestigious subdivision  overlooking Pender Harbour, See with us and choose your ocean  view now ... it's a wise investment.  WATERFRONT: Pender Harbour area ... 2 ad|acent 4 acre  parcels each with approx ISO' of doop protected moorage,  Fairly high bank but quite workable and wall worth the asking  price of $50,000 each,  IRVINES LANDING - Contemporary 3 bedroom home with hot  wator heating and a magnificent view ovor Leo Bay. The grounds  are unusual and Immaculate. The price Is right at $75,000.  WE HAVE SOLID PROSPECTS DESPERATE FOR  GOOD HOMES AND WATERFRONT. GIVE US A  CALL ... WE CAN SELL YOURS QUICKLY 11  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ���.  HARBOUR SUPPLIES.*, Plumbing electrical, furniture and appliances. This business shows a good return and hi Increasing  every year, No competition lor miles. Perfect operation for  couple wanting to make their future In this aroo. Priced to sell  quickly so don't delay, phone now for details, Jock Hermon, 003-  997B,  HARBOUR MOIORS At Klelndale. 4 boy service station, body  shop and store, Separote small 3 bedroom home for owner. This  Is a monoy-maKlng situation. If you're a good bodyman, this Is  Itl  AUTOMOTIVE -������ Easy la run, well-stocked business currently  operating 6 hours per day, 4 days per week. Add a new  dimension to your retirement and dollars lo your Income ��� a  small Investment will do It, Call for particulars,  "PENDEROSA" at Garden Bay, Drive-In, takeout, groceries, 2  bedroom living quarters  wllh clas* water v>ew,  Here���  a  en trie B,C. toast, like la live here wouldn t you?  r  LOW PRICED LOTS  MADEIRA PARK ��� 3 lots, serviced with Hydro and water. ��� Wesjac Road - $6,700 &  $8,000. ��� Front Road - $8,500.  RONDEVIEW ROAD ��� Serviced with hydro and water. $9,000.  SANDY HOOK ��� view lot on Porpoise Drive. $8,000.  SILVER SANDS ��� 1.86 acres with Gulf  view and furnished 10' x 50' Estavilla  mobile home and small cabin. $35,000.  SILVER SANDS -r 1.64 acres with Gulf  view and   12'   x   60'   furnished   Bosse  Cascade mobile home,  Adjoins  above,  property. $40,000.  GARDEN BAY ��� 500+ ft. waterfront, in  a choice location with road access from  Garden Bay Estates. Approx. 3 1/2  acres. Could possibly be subdivided or  zoning would allow construction of 2  homes, This desirable property is an  excellent buy at $135,000.  EGMONT ��� 7 acres with 540 ft low  bonk   waterfront,^. Site   has   been_  prepared for possible use as a large  WF trailer-tamper park & fishing  resort. This is an excellent property  adjoining the Egmont Marina.  SI80,000 ��� Owner will finance at  bank interest rate  MEADOWBROOK RANCH ���Garden Bay  Road, 22+ acres with nice 2 BR home, 5  stall barn, riding ring, machinery shed,  year round stream, fruit trees, All In  pasture and fenced. $125,000.  2. RUBY LAKE ��� 5�� treed acres, close  to public lake access, $19,800,  3. FRANCIS PENINSULA-3.4�� acres &  4��. acres, seml-watorfront, Overlooking  Malasplna Strait & just a few foot to the  waterfront. Hydro, water 8, pavod road,  $35,000 each.  4. Near RUBY LAKE ��� 8.39 acres on  Hwy 101. $25,000,  5. Near MADEIRA PARK -- 15 acres,  2150�� ft on Hwy 101. $44,000.-  6. GARDEN BAY LAKE ��� 3 seml-  lakefront acreages with nice view over  lake and southerly exposure.  3.92 +_ acres $20,000  6.83 ��, acres $20,000  3.79+.acres $17,000  7 WAMNOCK ROAD lovol lot, almost  onoarii Good -.oil solocllvoly domed,  $'<M, iOO,  (I, FRANCIS PENINSULA 2�� acros  with panoramic vlow ol Ponder Harbour,  12x20' cabin, concrete driveway,  $32,000,  9, EGMONT ~- 114: treed acres with  year round creek. Road access. $49,500.  10, FRANCIS PENINSULA 1,0+acres,  corner of Warnock and Francis Peninsula  Ronds. $17,500,  11, OLE'S COVE -��� 5�� treed acres  located near Lord Jim's Lodge with  access to water. Well on property.  $50,000,  LOTS  1. MADEIRA   PARK   ���  $6,700 - $22,000.  EGMONT ��� 2.27 acres with 387�� "ft low  bank waterfront. Good driveway to  waterfront. Launching romp, site has  been prepared for possible use as W/F  trailer-camper park & fishing resort. An  excellent property. Full price $95,000.  serviced   lots.  , 2. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� serviced lots.  $9,000-$24,000.  3. SANDY HOOK ��� view lot on Porpoise Drive. $8,000.  4. BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� 1.5 acres,  treed, serviced. $25,000.  5. MOBILE HOME LOTS ��� 3 lots left. On  Cochrane Road, Francis Peninsula.  Water, tome , serviced with hydro.  $11,000-$ 12,750,  6. GARDEN BAY AREA ��� view lots, on  Garden Bay estates & Sinclair Rd.  $13,500-$21,250.  TROUT FARM - PENDER HARBOUR, Ready  to go ���--��� racoways Installed to handle  160,000 trout, 95+ acros land,  Provincial commercial trout farm  llconco, Wator llconco, Located on Hwy  101, across from Pender Harbour  Socondary School, $266,000,  AGAMMEMNON BAY 1,800+ ft, ol  waterfront on 42+ acres with road  accoss Irom Egmont Road, Older homo 8,  year round crook, Beautiful view up  Jorvis' Inlet, Has boon partially  dovolopod lor a 6 lot subdivision, Priced  reduced to $235,000,  OYSTER BAY ��� 37 �� acres with 575�� ft.  low bank tidal waterfront. Access via old  logging road, $74,000.  WILLIAM ISLAND ��� Nice 2 1/2 �� acre  Islapd at entrance to Pender Harbour.  Piped water. $125,000.  EGMONT ��� 3.8��. acres with 550�� ft.  low bank waterfront. Float, launching  ramp, Whole property Is terraced and  levelled ready for development. Drilled  well, $165,000.  AGAMMEMNON CHANNEL -��� 40��  acres with 1,600i ft watorfront. Good  moorage in small bay with beach.  Westerly exposure creek. $160,000,  LOTS  Sr.CIH I fOVE . Lot A on Woscan 'Rd.  SI. it, hut has <}<>od building silo 8  hlici . n d iiKiiii���.i|(i, On :.owoi sysiom,  $.1')   iul).  FRANCIS PENINSULA  Ponfloi    Hailioui,    I  moot ago, $50,000.  132 ll W r  in  ,il   ar n v,    doop  HOT Ci.  LAK���  > ��>., r/i',   ���.  I  COMMERCIAL PR0PERT  i  SOLD  SOLD  ,*oi.o /��� Wv,< :  "*��������<,���,���-��  /J  FRANCIS PENINSULA ---��� 83 ft. W/F  (ad|olns abovo proparty). 1,22:1: acres,  Deep moorage. $36,500,  ST. VINCENT BAY ~ 400+. ft waterfront,  5.97 acres, water access, $29,500.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� Low bank lot with  sheltered moorage, Garage, septic tank,  and driveway In. A good buy for  $43,000.  ^/''i-y*'< ,>������" v<^/w 7'-;  PENDER LAKES PROPERTIES  Choice lots still available In this desirable location.  Most have vlow & sunny southerly exposure,  Ono lakofronl  lot  still available.  ... Pavod road, water & hydro, M.L.S.  /   -. Priced from $10,000 to $37,500.  ��.    :     .  v'r    ....���      ''":.'  ,-,-.,   ip' >   ���v'v-     p     /'  w" >' o ���> v-7, '  ,"''/,  do  I"',1..  ,,l' H " '  '���'!/��  !'  4 '  Q   a  v  3   9  a. Q  ���S--S 3f fi  ���'",'</'  ,/-..-*  f.  !',��   "   *  ,...v...,  \ ('  8  ���of ' .'      <?  *�����".  JOHN BREEN  883-9978  MIKE ROSSE  8839378  JOCK HERMON  8832745  MADEIRA PARK ��� 1,0001 ��q< <*��� bldg.  with room for expansion. Clothing  buiTrieis wlfri goocf pblenllal. 175,000,  Or business only �� $22,000, plus stock,  ii   i   i   i  i   i    r   .   ���  mcim ������f. *���*���  ,rt:  SOLD  wwmmKtmtmmma  /t'  S  ,..,�����  \*-w*mwm&ttwm*t��i^mmmwmimir*mm*wat  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  0LLI or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233  T  TF  i J  ..-������.'���' ���    '"   . v '- .' ''��� ���'"���.. ,        ' '    ' '  .''������' "������    ��� ���'��� '      '.'. ���        ' -'���'. ���'.'     ��� ���   . .'���'���'���.'''������" " '.-.'������'  ..'���''���. v ��� .':"���''.".        i  PageB-4  The Peninsula Times  TinLe  ���%  Wednesday, September 12,1979  885-3211  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  Pott Office Box 1219, Sechelt  Vancouver Toll Free: 684*8016  Doug Joyce      885-2761  Bob Bull 885-2503  Don Hadden     885-9504  REALTY LTD.  i -,  ROBERTS CREEK WATERFRONT    '  Unbeatable 125 ft of beach with a house plus guest cottage. All landscaped'and fri  lawn. Blacktop driveway. Approximately 1/3 acre of land. South exposure. FP  $134,500. Stan.  Jack Anderson    885-2053,     m j    Stan Anderson    885-2385      Ander80n *ff*^��Sm  \     announce that VADIM K0BASEW  Vadim Kobasew   885-5389 \ has joined our sales staff.  Vadim has had a wide range of sales experience  \. having previously owned and operated a recreational  vehicle business on the Lower Mainland. He is a  graduate of SFU with a Bachelor of Arts (Economics)  degree and also holds a Bachelor of Commerce  degree from the University of Manitoba.  Vadim looks forward to meeting and serving the  people of the Sunshine Coast. -  You. are invited to call him at 885-3211 or drop into  our office at 1192 Cowrie St.  CREEKSIDEHOME $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.  WEST SECHELT: 1,500 sq. ft. of excellent 3  BR .family home situated on a' dead end  street. Beautiful view of Trail Islands.  Double garage & full basement. Immediate  possession. Must be seen if you are looking  fore a prestige home. F.P. $95,000.  WATERFRONT  SECHELT ��� SANDY HOOK $ 135,000  Waterfront - Moor your sailboat at this dock. Large cedar home with  super sauna, decks everywhere. Privacy & expansive view. Phone  Bob for a viewing. This is a unique home.  EGMONT WATERFRONT!: 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 8 trades will be considered.  ROBERTS CREEK. �� $52,000  3 bedroom home on-1.67 acres. Spacious  jopen plan of 1320 sq ft has ensuite off  ���master bdrm. Home has family room and  utility. Reduced drastically in price for  immediate sale. Take Gibsons home in  trade. Bob.  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY $124,000  Sechelt Village. Fully rented, mostly on  lease. Shows good return on investment.  Opportunity to invest in this growing  ^community. Details to bonafide purchaser.  Doug,  SECHELT - SANDY HOOK $ 135,000  Waterfront ��� moor your sailboat at this  dock. Large cedar home with super sauna,  decks everywhere. Privacy and expansive  view. Phone Bob for a viewing. This is a  unique home.  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.  15.5 ACRES WATERFRONT BETWEEN POWELL RIVER and LUND. 390  feet ocean frontage. Cabin and well on property. Excellent investment. $150,000. See Vadim.  SECHELT: Family 4 bedroom home, 1,200 sq.  ft. two bathrooms, handy kitchen with bar &  dishwasher,    stove   &   fridge   Included.  Heatllator brick fireplace In living room also  brick fireplace In family room. 600 sq. ft.  ^offd��kT^rive-in^carpdrtf^cm-a*ic^pecf"  property with loads of trees & shrubs. A  -deluxe homeihat musH��e seen to be ap  predated. Full price $65,900. Terms. Call  Jack.  LOTS  GIBSONS: LARGE, TREED, VEIW LOT: Selectively cleared ���  100'xl20' in secluded'area of new homes. Mahan Rd. between  Grandview and Fairview. Ideal building site. FP $16,900. Call Jack.  SECHELT VILLAGE $63,500  Best view Lot on Sunshine Heights and  large too ��� 100 x 140' ��� over 1/3 acre,  ^hls^^ome-ls-werf'lrtsylated-fof-wlnter^and^"-  has air conditioning throughout for those  -hot summer-days.-Obl-caFport��� full-bsmt,���  landscaping ��� it goes on & on I This home  by Knight is worth viewing. Calf Bob.  PEBBLE CRESCENT LOT: Save some tree & have a garden on this  level lot. Easy walking distance to all shops. Price now only  $13,500. Call Don;   _TO^.-.,.^BSJ5NS,^  Village amenities. Close to launching ramp. Builders terms offered  $12,500 and $14,500.  ROBERTS CREEK $ 16,000 ea.  Country Lots ��� 3 to choose from. These Lots are 1/2 acre or over,  close to school, store, golf course and beach access. Call Bob. ���  $69,900-  DAVIS BAY^   Quality 3 bedroom home, huge living room  with fireplace, 2 1 /2 baths, hot water heat,  carport and separate workshop on a large  1/3 acre lot. Fully landscaped with easy  care in mind. Call Don for appointment.  WEST  SECHELT:   $75,000.   Four   bedroom  home, 2 baths, 2 FP, auto/oll heat, sundeckT  und carport on gentle slope 1  acre lot  . overlooking���Trail- Islands..Half .block, to.,  beach access. Also has small rental cottage.  An appointment necessary. Call Don.  ACREAGE  REDROOFFS: 4 side by side view lots, each 1,18 acres with 100 feet  _ro_qdirontage.JxceHenti>uyxcrlluJlpjjce:$20,060eoch.  SECHELT VILLAGE: 5 acres measuring 330 x 660'. Will eventually^  have a view. Close to the arena. Try your offerTo $35,000.  VIEW ACREAGE ��� 5 acres in Wast Sechelt. Some view of the ocean.  Nicety treed. Good access. No logable timbers. F.P. $25,900.  SEJIHELI_yiLLAGE_���_Lotj&. select^  View of the:ocean~& withirt^walkinjjrdistarice~tb"shoppTngVSewerecT  this jear. Asking $13,500.  WEST SECHELT ACREAGE ���-Good investment for the patient. 200 x  1000 ft. of Highway frontage. Good access and a small stream for  water. FP $22,900. . -   . ..,.,.���.��,���...���  CLEARED, LEVEL LOT: Sechelt Village ��� 62.5 x 120'. Ready for-  building. Owner will trade as part down payment on home. Value  $12,500.."  Hff**^  SELMATARKVIEW LOT: Extra>large'90 x 179' 1of;Corner location,  easy access^Ex^elleWviewbf^  SECHELT VILLAGE: $47,900. 2 bedroom up,  den & extra bedroom down. Double  plumbing. Heatllator fireplace In large  living room, & rec room. Stucco exterior.  Large lot within walking distance to schools  and shops.; Easy terms. Call Jack.  WEST SECHELT $69,500  Good buy for size of Lot and development of  lower level of home. Newly completed  house with concrete drive and parking  areas. Room on Lot to build swimming pool  or other uses. Landscaping done complete  with lawns. Move In and enjoy. See with  Bob. -  A FINE ACREAGE: $35,250 full price ��� Sechelt Village. Just under 5  acres with an attractive view and lots of garden soil. Treed property  with a developed well and good road access. Partly cleared. Call  Stan.  WEST SECHELT: FARMLAND  Opportunity to start a small farm or nursery on 21+ acres. This land  has road, power, water and privacy. One of a kind, waiting for your  plans. F.P. $80,000. To view call Bob.  1/2 ACRE CORNER LOT: Level/ payed roads, easily cleared. Suitable  for mobile homes. Redrooffs Area. Try your offer to $ 13,000.  BUSINESS BLOCK  3��  BEAUTIFUL DAVIS BAY: 1300 sq. ft. of well  built 3 bdr. home. Largo sundeck, 2  fireplaces and cement driveway. Excellent  family home with a spectacular view. FP  $64,900. See Doug.  *TlerMllHH��"1  FULL PRICE $41,900  3 bedroom, dbl plbg. Handy Sechelt locale.  Landscaped lot with U-drlveway. This home  Is only 3 years old, clean & bright. Real  value, Call Jack,  GIFT SHOP ��� Good revenue producer In an excellent location with  room for expansion. Good variety of merchandise. Call Stan Anderson. '    SEMI RETIREMENT BUSINESS GOING CONCERN $74,500 FULL PRICE  TWO LAUNDROMAT LOCATIONS. TERMS t TRADE  Both of these sites are Ideal for year-round steady trade. 14 washer  dryers in one location. 7 dryers and 14 washers in 2nd location. All  equipment In top condition. Stores are clean and newly decorated.  Gross revenue approx $2,800 per month. For further Information  call J. Anderson 885-2053 Vane 684-8016  DAVIS BAY: $19,900 full price. 90' frontage on paved dead end  street. Underground telephone & cablevision. Large view ��� a one  of a kind. See Doug.  CHASTER ROAD: $9,900 - Good, level lot 67' x 123', close to school  and all local services, on paved road. Call Don.  WEST SECHELT LOT: $16,900. Large creekside Lot on quiet cul de sac  gives privacy in parklike setting with many beautiful trees. Services  at road, Call Don.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS��� $10,000. Extra large building lot in area of  new homes. All services Including paved roads. Call Doug.  HOPK.INS LANDING. View lot close to ferry - area of new homes  priced to sell at $13,000. Call Bob.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS: Inlet view lot 50 x V20 x 90. Close to marine.  Asking $13,500, Call Don.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� $16,000 each ��� 4 large country lots In tho heart'  of Roberts Creek, Private yet close to school, beach, store and golf  course. A great place to live for all ages, Take your pick.  a ��<ifi  ir  .r'i  in i9n  PLAN  10   0*9 ,  SQLD  *  2  at or  if      tr ��s  *  9 '-V*'"  o m  * ro'  it'  to*  a* at  to'  4  00   00  WATERFRONT  SECLUDED WATERFRONT ACREAGE ��� Do you wan* a quiet  waterfront retreat with no roads or cars? We have a few parcels of  evergreen torest, 5 to 10' acres each. Minimum of 250 feet of  waterfront and stream thru most lots. Located 22 miles of Sechelt by  water or air only, Fly In with Tyee Airways Ltd, from Vancouver or  Sechelt, or uso your own boat; Call Don.  LOON LAKE WATERFRONT ��� 2 bedroom cottage on 100' waterfront. Plus cement block boathousa. Guest room, Sundeck, Property    \  nicely treed. Cottage has L.R. Kitchen Combo, 2 bedrooms, screened  In sun porch, shower, Good hunting and fishing, Firm prlco $39,000,  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.  SANDY HOOK: Spectacular view Lot In quiet residential area. 55 x  163' zonod Rll. Mobile homes permitted, Asking $10,500.  COOPER RD:'Lot 80x263', treed, level. Services along' paved road.  Reduced to $9,500. Call Don.  GIBSONS: $18,500 full price ��� Small 3 room cabin on large Sea  View lot, landscaped, fruit trees, sewer and water. Close to boat  launch and beach. Ideal location for boat owner who does not own a  car.  **��<  SJ"  ��fj'  jo ':*'' ��  o  610  ���<���"���' /  REDR00FF RANCH INC. SUBDIVISION  REDROOFF RANCH INC. phase I subdivision Is located on Redrooffs Road approximately 5-  1/2 miles west of Sechelt Village. Hydro, telephone and regional water serves the subdivision. The lots are wooded and level to gently sloping. Particulars of the subdivision are  Included in the prospectus ��� ask for your free copy,  PRICE SCHEDULE  Lot 31 ��� SOLD  Lot 32 ��� SOLD  Lot 33 ��� SOLD  Lot 34 ��� $11,600  Lot 35 ��� SOLD  Lot 36 ��� $ It ,900  Lot 37 ��� $12,750  Lot 38 ��� $11,900  Lot 39 ��� SOLD  Lot 40 ��� $11,600  Lot 41 ��� $12,700  Lot 42 ��� SOLD  Lot 43 ��� SOLD  Lot 44 ��� SOLD  Lot 45 ��� $11,150  Lot 46 ��� SOLD  Lot 47 ��� SOLD  Lot 48��� SOLD  Lot 49 ��� SOLD  Lot 50 ��� SOLD  , ���!���  Dimensions are given In both feet and metres.  y  -fr"  e��  i  ���'<v  ���*&'?.''  ft-p  *-L- 7.1.    ��  \ y  M."       *\J.  Tfcvr^O:''fe...a^.^,.-i^.J!��'-7>V'  X  *��>y  y'  Mf��  i  % ' /  Times Crossword -by jo Mnyk  Search and rescue  r*  T  i  4  ri  r-  7"  I*  T-J  IT  TT  TT  K  14  1!  b  1*  TT  ���M  '  1*  . 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Air  43 Rests  75 English river  11 Oudated.  46 Wander  .  12 Loses colour  48 Tells (Quaker  13 Casts off  style)  18 Totter  51  Animals  22 River  54 Fracas  DOWN  24 Ranted  55 Organ  1 Attention getter  27 Monks hood  56 Tight  2 Biblical name  28 Instrument  58 French town  3 Remembering  ���  30 Melodies  60 Shipper  4 Speak (Fr.)-     -  32 Acted  62 Animals  5 Railroad car  35 Cheeses  63 Time Periods  6 Dry  v37l'Bad water  6S mote, name  7 Lyre  38'Wriggling  66 Mailed  8 Handle     -  -  39 Grass  ~ 69 Paddle     -  _siB  if  a  M  n  r,  T!  .e  V  e  r  d  r  a'  p  e  a_  t  r  a  IT  Doing the Bowrons  Paddling a canoe for 116  km is not everyone's idea of a  -j-elaxLngholiday,-but forthose -  seeking adventure and  challenge this fall," few ex- ~  periences can surpass  canoeing the Bowrons.  Bowron    Lakes    is    a  wilderness park in the northern interior  of  B.C.   encompassing a chain of some 13  lakes and .many rivers, and.  creeks. Six of thes$0|ajk��jSH:,  ~linked~by \seyW~portsge~s~  comprise a chain navigable by  canoe.  The trip can be done in a.  week, but park officials  recommend that 'voyageurs'  plan for 10 days as storms  occasionally make the lakes  too rough for safe canoeing.  Rental canoes and supplies  are available at the park  entrance. However, if you  plan to bring your own craft,  the B.C. Automobile  Association has some  suggestions for safe transport  to and from the lakes.  Take a trial run before  departing, tie the canoe to the  vehicle roof top carrier and  drive around the block a few  times to get used to changes in  the vehicle handling1.  Ensure that the canoe is  very tightly attached. The  club recommends nylon rope  because it can be tied tauter  than sisal rope. Use enough  rope to fasten the canoe very  firmly, but ensure the driver's  front and rear vision is not  ' impaired by a spider web of  ropes.   .  A canoe that is improperly  fastened may shift to one side  while the vehicle turns or  changes lanes. Wind turbulence caused by passing  cars and trucks can cause a  canoe to slip Its moorings.  This Same turbulence also  buffets the canoe's underside  forcing it upwards. It Is not  unusual along B.C. highways  to see a poorly tied canoe  airborn a few Inches above the  car roof.  When loading a roof top  carrier with equipment and  supplies, park logically with  heaviest items at the bottom  and all goods contained within  _the_perimetersotthe carrier.  Cover the load with a tarp,  tucking in all the-edges and-  lace rope across the bulk so  nothing escapes and no loose  edges flap in the breeze. Stop  occasionally along the route to  check all securing ropes,  suggests the BCAA.  ; ;:���. Getting canoe and; goods to  tthe^Bawron, <Lake;��ProvLncial  ParRls not the whole of the  preparations.  Although the trip is a  refreshing experience, it is  very arduous. Anyone contemplating the circuit trip  should have canoe handling  experience especially  mastery of the "J" stroke for  good craft control and ease of  paddling; be in good physical  shape and know how to swim.  When packing for the trip  observe these guidelines:  Include extra food because the  trip may take a day or two  longer than planned and keep  it light, everything you bring  in must be taken out at the end  of the trip and portaged a  minimum of eight kilometres,  The Bowron Lakes is a  wilderness park, and1 certain  regulations are in force to  preserve the natural sanctity.  Firearms and motorized  vehicles are prohibited, as are  cats, dogs and other animals.  Camping Is permitted only in  designated areas along the  lakeshores. All garbage must  be removed.  Doing the Bowrons is not  easy.  Those undertaking the  challenge can expect conditions similar to those encountered by early explorers  ��� phyysically demanding  portages, cold weather and  water, hardships and  discomfort.  In return ��� a Journey  through the best B.C.'s outdoors can offer ~ clear lakes  and streams, rugged moun-  Jaln .aceuGrx, sniL pristine,  wilderness.  By JOHN HIND-SMITH  On at the very least, one  day every week, one sees one  -of those-huge-aeroplanes-  carrying probably in excess of  250 or 300 passengers passing  over here* heading for Vancouver International Airport,  only a matter -of minutes  flying time away: I don't know  why but I suppose it is  something to do with  prevailing windVand perhaps  also s o.m e t h 1 n g  euphemistically called  holding patterns or in other  words waiting for your turn to  land. In any event one sees  these silver monsters sailing  magestically overhead  without a thought of anything  going wrong, and after all,  why should It? Isn't flying the  . safest form of transportation  in the world, considering  numbers of passengers  carried and number of miles  *,flow? "���       -'  " The object of this preamble  is to bring to your attention,  the fact that these flying  machines do pass over here  and that accidents can and do  happen. I wonder how many  people stop to think a minute  about what would happen and  If any thought has gone into  taking care of such a  calamity.  On the other hand, what if  one of the little guys from the  YMCA camp went, missing  one summer day, who would  go and look for him and what  would be the chances of his  survival? Actually his  chances are very good as long  as he does not panic and  =-- may^e^uUds JumselLaJittle=  shelter of boughs and stays  put~   ""'   ~  I say this because the  Sunshine Coast now has its  very own *Search and Rescue  organization. It is only small  as yet, about 12 members in  the Gibsons area and about  half "that-numberinSechelt;  But givje us time and we'll  grow" and~we ~are certainly  looking for recruits. You don't  have to be any special  superman or high in academic  achievements. All you need is  a desire to help people in  trouble and to be in  reasonable physical condition,  no,wooden legs etc. There is  no"*swroUsOTnunatfo"n~aTiX^  member who is probably  about 16.  We recently became the  proud, owners of a couple of-,  climbing ropes and a set of  maps to cover the Sunshine  Coast, use of which will, we  hope, prevent our search and  rescue members from getting  lost themselves. So fat we  have had a course on map use,  compass work and search  patterns given by Bill Lawson  of Sechelt and a first aid  course -given -by - Cliff -  Mahlman of Gibsons. We are  hoping to have a course on  basic, rock climbing and  stretcher manipulation and  handling in rough country this  fall and winter and certainly  more practical exercises in  the use of maps and compass.  The group comes under the  jurisdiction of the Provincial  Emergency Programme  whose local director is Mr. A.  McPhee and is also in close  contact with the local RCMP  who would direct-any search  and rescue if it became  necessary. /   '���  Since we ffrst got this thing  off the ground last Fall we  have had eight calls, most of  which were successfully  concluded without direct  participation, but the call for  the existence of a volunteer  group like this, . was  adequately justified and much  of the credit is due to the  Gibsons Wildlife Club for  initiating this service in the  first instance and continuing it  on through its membership.  The hunting season is upon  us and hunters get lost as well  ^as_hjkexs^...flndv*even scuba'  divers go missing! We may be  -in for a busy season. We-hope-  not but we should be prepared  for the worse.  Anyone who would like to  volunteer their services or  would like more information  could phone either 886-9131 for  - 886-9949,   although this has not been  discussed to any extent would  perhaps be seventeen and  over. I believe we have one,  hb GORDON AGENCIES ltd  30 Yttart ��� Cowrl* St., Sechelt  HALFMOON BAY��� NIW ON MARKET  Prime sandy beach, waterfront lot. Two bod room homo. Faces  wort. 60' x 330'. FP $B8,000. '  WEST SECHELT ��� NEW ON MARKET  Brand now 3 bedroom, full bsmt. home. Wood exterior. Very  warm, beige and brown tonei throughout. Carpet. FP. $59,900.  SECHELT ��� BOULEVARD  Waterfront style, architect designed and meticulous craft-  manshlp, In this spacious two bedroom home. The four main  rooms are orientated to the south facing a view over the Gulf.  The lower, daylight level is fully developed. Double garage-  Priced at one hundred ond thirty five,   SECHELT ��� MARINE DRIVE  Waterfront estate. West Coast Contemporary Architect home.  Four bedrooms. Three fireplaces. Viewed strictly by appointment to serlous^prosp��ct|v��purcliasors.  SECHELT ��� IMMACULATE  2 BR basement home. Fireplace fully carpeted, carport, low or no  maintenance garden. FP $49,300.  Days 885-2013     John Wilson.      Evenings 885-9365  Squaring/y yours  By Maurice Hemstreet  Hello dere fellow square  dancers, once again I sit here  wondering what In tarnation  to write. I can't tell you how  many new dancers turned  out to tho learners classes or  how many of The Country  Stars wore ot the Roberts  Cre<jk School Gym f6f therflrst  square dance of the season  come this Friday evening  Sept. 14th. 8 p.m. till 11 p.m.  however I hope that there will  be��b*gtum����it��iMlt*l*tIwUl  a    great    square    dance  beginning.  Once again, the beginner  classes will be held in St.  mwmmmmmmmwm^mmmmmmmm.  p.m. and the advanced classes  at The Roberts Creek School  Gym. 8 till 10 p.m. and tho  classes will remain open to  join for the first three nights,  wups, that's on Monday  evenings, so If you are going to  be away on holidays and you  MllllvflntWJfilft give lia| call  at 885-3359 or 886-0540 and we  will arrange for extra classes,  no problem, square dancers  are very versatile.  tWTOWmto^  sure to get your TIMES next  week, it will be full of goodies  on the square dance picture.  Hilda's Church Hall, 8 till 10    CHEERIO.  WHARF  REALTY LTD.  885-5171  "The Property  Movers"  CONTRARY TO TflE OPINION OF  SOME PEOPLE��� WE ARE NOT IN  THE DEVELOPMENT BUSINESS -  WE ARE IN THE BUSINESS OF  SELLING REAL PROPERTY - ANY  REPRESENTATION BY WHARF  REALTY LTD. IS JUST AN ADDED.  SERVici TOWLTbUENTS.'  Wednesday, September 12,1979 The Peninsula Times PageB-5  SUNNYCREST  SHOPPING  CENTRE  886"2277    \S and l^0 development ltd  c��V r   r.r. 2-Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  *   CONVEYANCING REALESTATE CONSULTING ���APPRAISALS* NOTARY PUBLIC  >������-  \^-___~_____\  rjr.Ov/il  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  6824513  B  HOPKINS LANDING STORE: WATERFRONT Excellent  business investment on the Sunshine Coast. Grocery and  sundry store located in the heart of Hopkins Landing, just  minutes to the Langdale ferry. Situated on 90 feet of  level, walk-out WATERFRONT. Being the only commercially zoned property in this area makes -the land  itself extremely valuable. In addition to store profits  there are wharfinger fees from the government wharf  adjoining this property, post office and a revenue suite.  An ideal husband-wife venture. Always wanted to be  your own boss, then don't.miss this opportunity.  WINN ROAD: Four-plex. Positive cash flow with eleven  thousand dollars revenue per year. Top units contain five  bedrooms with one and a half bathrooms. Lower suites  are large two bedroom ufiits. Low maintenance and good  return make this an excellent investment value. Close to  all the amenities. Financing available. $86,500.  FAIRYJE.WRD: Revenue. Duplex on a 1/2 acre lot represents  the ideal investment property. There are 1232 square  feet in both of these 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 a 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.  $78,500.  _HW_Y__101_GIBSONS_   Fully rented nine; unit apartment block with over  $18,000 yearly revenue. Very neat and clean building in  prime location close To schools and shopping. Excellent  rental history. Nearly 1/2 acre of property with paved  parking lot. This high cash flow building produces excellent investment value. Contact Jon MeRae, 885-3670  for details. $149,000.  HOMES  SELMA PARK: NOT ON LEASE LAND Try your  down payment on this two bedroom house  with ocean view. Would make a great  summer place or handy person could make  It a permanent home. $22,500.  MANATEE RD: Roberts Creek. Excellent  starter or retirement home in quiet area  only a block to super beach. Very nice two  bedroom home. Fireplace and on large lot.  Prices are going up, this Is an excellent buy.  $41,000. ,  LOTS  GRANTHAMS: Beach house located at  Granthams on a sandy beach with good  summer moorage In front. House has three  bedrooms, large kitchen, llvingroom and  full bath. Just pay $33,000.00 and assume  lease. $33,000.  TUWANEK: 80 x 140 lot only one block to beach. Full view  of the Inlet. Piped community water available, $9,900.  ABBS RD*. View ol Bay area and Georgia Strait Is yours  from this beautiful lot In area of elaborate homes. Two  blocks to schools and shopping $19,900.  LANGDALE RIDGE SUB-DIVISION: Fantastic view lots. An  area of new and varied homos. These lots offer themselves to many different building locations. Enjoy privacy  and the view of Howe Sound. Priced from $ 14,900,  SCHOOL AND WYNGART: Duplex zoned lot overlooking  the Bay and Harbour of Gibsons Village. Close to schools  and shopping. $16,500,  JASPER RD: On. the sunny slopes of West Sechelt this  4/10th of an acre lot has both size and view. Nicely treed  on quiet 'no through, rood' |ust off Mason Road, Lot size  averages approximately 90   x 175, $15,900,  GOWER PT RD AT 14th: Lovely view corner lot. Two  plateaus for your choice of building sites. Two homes  could be built on this 1/2 acre, Partially cleared. Could be  accessed from Grandvlew Road for quiet rural setting.  Approximately 85' x 265', $17,900.  GLASSFORD RD: This must be the best buy on tho market.  63 x 160, Cleared, sewer and water connected, Culvert  and fill. Ready to Build. $10,000.  CHASTER RD: 80' x 200' sloping lot with nice trees facing  on two roads. Spring on property with water rights, Close  to beach and school, $14,500.  PRATT ROAD: Approximately 110 x 200 this nicely treed  1/2 acre has many choice building sites with some view  of Georgia Strait. Zoned for 2 single family dwellings.  Take a look at this dream lot with a realistic price.  $18,900,  LANGDALE RIDGE: Lot 8, Davidson Road. Bargain price on  this lot amongst attractive new homes on quiet cul-de-,  sac. $8,950.  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.  TRAIL ISLANDS: Large waterfront lot with small cove for  moorage. Beautiful view on three sides. Excellent fishing  spot on your doorstep, Call and let us show you this  waterfront retreat. $17,900.  UPLANDS ROAD: Tuwanek. Ideal recreation lot In  beautifully wooded and park like setting. Zoned for  trailers. This lot overlooks Sechelt Inlet ond the Lamb  Island. $8,900.  SANDY HOOK ROAD: Three Ideal building lots In  beautifully wooded and park like setting. These view lots  overlook Porpoise Bay and Sechelt Inlet. Water, hydro  and paved roads In good quality sub-dlvlslon. Vendor may  carry Agreement for Sale, $10,000 Each.  SCHOOL ROAD: Three view lots 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 70 x 270 In quiet  rural subdivision. Ready to build on. Owner Is anxious to  soil and offers excellent terms. Asking price $12,000. Try  $2,500 down payment, $150 per month and 12 per cent  Interest,  nvufcfiVSi  "Your Real Estate hosts on the  Sunshine Coast"  PAT MURPHY  885-9487  TREV GODDARD  8862688  STEWART RD: Three private acres In quiet area with nice  evergreens, Gibsons Creek goes through back of  proparty. Close to village amenities, $29,900.  GAMBIER ISLAND: 8.2 WATERFRONT acres on Gambler  Island, 270' on walerfront x 1230. Approximately 2 acres  cleared + 6 acres tall timber, Secluded bay with 2 year  old whart, ramp ond float approximately 40 x 1ft, Bandy  beach, stream and pool then property, Water, power, and  telephone In, Approximately 800 sq, ft, cobm yet to be  finished, 200 degree west-south-west view, 275' supply  train to cabin. Ideal recreational and Investment,  $125,000,  NORTH ROAD: 3,4 park like acres. Access from side road  will secure privacy, Nicely treed. Close to the village.  $29,000.  SCHOOL RD: 1.96 acres od|acent to the elementary  school. Could be sub-dlvlded to lots. On sewer and all  services. $58,900.  HWY 1011 Approximately 16 acres, 2nd growth trees,  level, great for hobby larm, Close to Gibsons. Good  holding property and priced at only $4,000 per acre, See  this now, Large acreages are getting scare, $64,000,  S  ���  5  L0RRIEGIRARD  886-7760  JON McRAE  885-3670  ANNE GURNEY  8864164  ARNE PETTERSEN  886-9793  JAYVISSER  883-3300  DAVE ROBERTS  886-8040  STEVE SAWYER  885-2691  inpi  *vr  1 \   ���.  A_  -rii  SOMETIME THIS WEEK  PageB-6  '   The Peninsula Times  September 12,19179  Refugee families due to arrive  Two families of Vietnamese refugees are due to  arrive in Sechelt near the end  of this week. Their flight from  Malaysia was scheduled to  land in Montreal or Edmonton  on Monday, September 10.  Plans for them to stay at the  military barracks (which arc  temporarily housing the  refugees) for 48 hours and  then fly to Vancouver on  September 12 or 13.  Members of the Sunshine  Coast Society for Vietnamese  Refugees will meet the  families at Vancouver International Airport and bring  The Garden Corner  Spiritual blessing  By Guy Symonds  One of the spiritual  blessings of a garden is that  .the person concerned with it  must always be looking  ahead. And that particularly  to one in "the, sere an yellow  leaf" of life gives a great  sense of continuity. Nothing  dies ��� and matter is indestructible.   >  So it is, that now with the  garden harvest just about .  over, and nothing much to do  in the way of nurturing it, the  mind jumps ahead to the next  Spring, confident that  "Springtime and Harvest  shall not fail".  And what gives Spring its  beauty so much as, the early  flowering bulbs? Well, from  now and for the next couple of  months will be the time to get  them into the ground, in the  complete assurance that next  February and March even  with snow on the ground, the  snowdrops and crocuses will  appear to gladden the heart  and delight the eye.'      So we thought that for the  - next week or two we might  take a look at the kinds of  bulbs there are and the best  times for planting them.  The list is a very long one,  -in- fact-there-are- sorne~38_  names on the one we looked  -at, which one must-agree-is-a-  far cry from the flower show  one sees in most gardens at  Springtime. With the exception of the Gladiolus,  Montbretia, Schizostylis,  Togridis and' Watspnia which  should all be set out in, early  Spring, the planting ItUBte' is  -from���August���to���October-  preceding that Spring ��� in  other words, now. There is one  exception, the Galtonia which  we are told is scheduled for  November planting.  But for our dear and well  known friends, the Snowdrop,  Crocus, Daffodil, Bluebell  Hyacinth, Lily of the Valley  and the Tulip, the end of  October will be plenty late  enough to get them set out in  their new living quarters.  Besides this formidable list  there is another to cover;  flowers that can gladden our  hearts in the darkest days of  winter particularly if one is so  fortunate as to have a  greenhouse. Even without one  it is relatively simple to have  narcisus hyacinths and others  to greet the Christmas morn  with their beauty.  There is not very much  skill involved in planting  bulbs. Mostly they will grow in  any reasonably good garden  soil. But one thing that contributes to their eye appeal Is  the way they arc displayed  and this depends on the  imagination and landscaping  artistry of the gardener.  A few general guidelines  might be noted. Spring bulbs  in flower are not usually very  attractive when planted 'In  rows or grown singly. Daffodils and snowdrops are  particularly effective planted  in grass or open woodland  where they can remain undisturbed for several years.  Certainly the daffodil flowers  will get small but even when,  or should say especially when  they got qulto tiny thoy aro  very attractive Indeed in their  dainty perfection. Near this  gardener's home is a deserted  farm property on which at one  time some one lavished a  great deal of loving care, and  extremely hard work, ltosos  and Honeysuckle riot over  every broken down gate and  fence, all of which incidentally  are home made of split cedar.  Among the grapevines  which sprawl over hundreds  , of square feet and contend  with the blackberry vines for  living space, there appear  each Spring clusters of daffodils where Home one many  years Ago sot them out in tho  front garden.  About the only direction  necessary Is that these bulbs  should never be used in a  '���'~ftmtTirtenvironment "orn  stylized manner. Crocusen,  Scilln, and the smaller  bulbous Iris are Ideal subjects  for the rockery and will seed  arrange matters that when  the bulb leaves die down they  are covered with other  growth. It goes without saying  of course that the leaves must  never be taken from the bulb  or there will be nothing to  produce flowers the following'  Spring.  _ _ "Naturalizing" is the key  word for showing off narcissus  and daffodil. It does not  matter whether they are to be  them back to Sechelt.  Very little information has  ^been received atjout the  families. It has been learned  that one of the families is  comprised of a 23 year old girl  and her 18 and 15 year old  brothers. The other family is a  young. 20. year old couple and  the wife's 19 year old brother.  Initially the families will  stay with Sechelt residents  who have generously opened  their homes to the refugees.  When 'they have become  oriented to their surroundings.  and have had time to rest,  they will move into the house  in Gibsons that the Society has  rented. A few items are still  needed for the Gibsons'  house: iron, ironing board,  chests of drawers, outdoor  garbage cans, basic household  tools (hammer, screw drivers  etc.), a shower curtain rod  and attachments, a kitchen  chopping block, cooking wok,  raincoats and umbrellas, a  sewing machine (the 23 year  old girl is a dressmaker and a  sewing machineTwUT help ui  establishing her as a local  seamstress).  The Society has received  word from Revenue Canada  that it is now officially a  "registered charity".  Therefore all, past and future  donations are tax deductible.  Receipts will be issued by the  Society at the end of the tax  year. u  The Society is still accepting donations. Please  make cheques or money orders payable to the Sunshine  Coast Society for Vietnamese  Refugees and send to P.O. Box  1186, Sechelt, B.C. For more  information please phone  Susan Nichols 885-9798 or  Elaine  Futterman  885-2395.  set in a "naturalized" environment or in a flower bed,  it must be remembered that  they will probably be there in  one place for along time, so it  is worth while to take a little  trouble to give them a permanent home.  We will talk more, about  this next time and add some  planting information.  SK  FLORON  AGENCIES LTD.  95  Real Estate & Insurance  Box 238,1589 Marine Drive, Gibsons  886-2248  HOPKINS LANDING ��� Semi-waterfront with excellent view of Ho^jve  Sound and North Shore mountains. This two bedroom bungalow has large  comfortable rooms with sundeck to enjoy the view and is situated on 100  feet lot. Two-car garage has workshop at rear, other storage space under  sundeck. Easy access to beach with mooring offshore, close to store and  ferry and one mile to school. House is in first class condition in every  respect and all furnishings are included, must be seen to appreciate.  Asking $75,500.  ROBEftTS���CREEK ��� 3 bdrm home on Lower Road; full basement with a/o  heat; large lot 110 x 145' has some fruit trees, space for garden. House  has FP In living room and sundeck for summer leisure. Priced at $42,000.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� Ultra modern luxurious wft. home with 3,000 sq. ft of  living space; designed for modern executive or anyone wishing to entertain etc. Main rooms open onto patio sundeck with complete view of  Georgia Strait, Largeattractlve garden completely private; low approach  to beach, guest cottage and mojiy other extras. Ask for further details of  this choice property.  GIBSONS ��� 3 bdrm post and beam with carport; 2 baths; master bdrm  ensuite. Fireplace, open area living and dining rooms; new w/w In living  area; beautiful well-planned, kitchen, also two rec rooms downstairs.  Large level lot 127 x 225 with good garden soil. Asking $69,000.  GIBSONS ��� Bay area, close to beach, stores and P.O. Attractive 3 bdrm  home on extra, large lot with good vegetable garden. Home is conveniently designed with large L.R. Rec Room, utility, workshop and spare  room In basement. $62,000.  SECHELT ��� 2 bdrm mobile home with large LR. Large rec room, sundeck  and storage has been added. In first class condition with W/W  throughout. Priced at $24,000. J. Black.  i-uTS  themselves.  One hint Is to  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS Sechelt, 7 1/2 acres approx. Serviced view  property, approved In principle for a 26 lot subdivision; plans and detaals  with listing service. This is very good view property and has access to  marina in Porpoise Bay. F.P. $66,000.  LOWER GIBSONS - 3 lots, corner School Road and Hlway 101,  tremendous potential, high traffic area. $175,000.  GRANTHAMS throe lots on Rood Road. Good Invostmont property,  potential view, Asking $8,750 each.  ROSAMUND ROAD ��� Three lots cleared, ready to build. Only $10,500  each.  GIBSONS -~ Lovel cleared lot In Gibsons Village on sewer and water. 62'  x 182'. Inquire for details.  WHARF ROAD ��� Longdate, good retirement aroa; lot 65' x 193'. Try your  offer,  Other lots In Village and alio In rural areas.  Evenings CaH: Ron McSavaney, 885-3339;  George Cooper, 886-9344  John Black, 886-7316;  ��885-2235  formerly  CINTURYWEStAEAL ESTATE (1978) LTD. ,    V-        68���-���38  mi ^.n;       WE'RE THE NEIGHBORHOOD  secheit iV0N3A0    PROFESSIONALS FOR YOU  AGENCIES LTD.  PETS ft KIDS #175  Terrific opportunigy to have space for all in  this 4 bedroom home with 2 baths, rumpus  room & large living room. The yard is fully  fenced for security & privacy. Mom can, play-  tennis only block away. $54,900. Chuck  Dowman 885-9374.      *    .  \  PRICED RIGHT #U2  2 bedroom home with large sundeck and  .extra living areas, priced to please you at  just $34,900. Call Ruth Moore 885-9213.  PRICE REDUCTION #4101  On the level - This fine large two bedroom  single storey home is located on a very level  village lot. Large fireplace, open living plan.  Price reduced to $39,900. Call Ruth Moore  885-9213.  HOMES  PEACE ft QUIET #209  Great place for kids on short street. 3  bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and 1344 sq. ft.  with 32' sundeck to enjoy fhe VIEW over  your 1/2 acre. F.P. $60,000. Call Chuck  Dowman 985-9374.  REDROOFFS AREA ��� SECLUDED  HOME #4131  Peace and quiet at this 2 bdrm. home on  over 1/2 acre of treed property. 1056 sq. ft,  27*14 l/2living-dining roorri. Some finishing  needed, are you good with a hammer?  Asking $34,300. Offers considered. Peter  dob" Kent 885-9461.  PENDER HARBOUR WATERFRONT HOME  #4066  But it is two (2) homes on approx 3 ACRES  with 250 �� of waterfront, on Lagoon Road.  One home is 3 bedroom with sauna, the  other is 2 bedroom, 768 sq. ft. Live in one,  rent the other, cut down your mortgage  payments. Close to school and shops. Full  price $115,000. Vendor considers carrying  for approved purchaser.  Call Bob Kent 885-9461.  FOR A COUPLE OR MORE # 140  This lovely 3 bedroom home is designed for  living ��� high ceiling, eye catching decor,  private lot, great neighborhood. Priced at  just $56,500 so if you are a couple or more,  view with Larry Moore 885-9213.  DELUXE FAMILY HOME #221  It is new - has lovely water view - the price  reduced by $3,000, now just $$66,500, what  a buy. Fine earthtone carpeting thru the  very large and gracious living room, which  has fireplace and covered sundeck. 2  bathrooms, 16'x42 1/2' unfinished rec.  room. Three bedrooms, one is ensuite, all  carpeted. You will love it. Owner will  consider a trade as part payment. Peter,  885-9463-or "TINY BOB" 885-9461 to view  this fine offering.  HOMES  DAVIS BAY VIEW #1_��3_  This spacious 3 bedroom home has many  desirablejeajures including, buiU in wqjl  over and range, dicing room, large rec.  room, 2 fireplaces and ensuite plumbing.  Asking $67,000.00 Rita Percheson 885-  5706.'  EXCEPTIONAL VIEW HOME #216  Beautifully maintained 3 bedroom view  home on Fir Rd. in popular Davis Bay.  Attractive fireplace in both upstairs" and the  completely finished ground floor. Plus  feature of this fine home include games  room, 10'x29' sundeck and double carport.  Let us sjiow you this exceptional home then  we're sure you'll want to make an offer on  the $69,900 asking price.  Bob Kent 885-9461 or Bert 885-3746 eves.  VILLAGE CONVENIENCE #4125  For anyone seeking real economical living  with convenience of location this neat three  bedroom mobile home in a-local court offers-  a, sensible,alternative ^fheihigh cost^of   *"  -house-buying���Wlth-severar-appliances-xr  proch and metal storage shed, the asking  price of $10,750 represents value. Call Bert  Walker 885-3746 eves.  WATERFRONT HOME ONI ACRE #224  EXECUTIVE WATERFRONT home on 1 acre  has over 2000 sq.-ft.-on main floor and a full-  basement, master bedroom has private  patio with Japanese gaFden and ensuite  with sunken bath. This exclusive home has  privacy from Marine View Way and the  property is terraced for easy access to an  excellent beach. F.P. $132,000. For more  details & appointment to view call Rita  Percheson,885-5706.   . ,  MASKEL ROAD, ROBERTS CREEK #222  This 3 bedroom part basement home  situated on a nicely landscpaed 1/2 acre lot  features an ocean VIEW and park like back  yard, with Wuit trees. F.P. $52,000. Call  George Longman 885-3400.  FAMILY HOME #214  Large home with 4 full bedrooms7 downstairs area to develop on a large Sechelt  Village lot. The home is brand new and  almost ready for your occupancy.  Reasonably priced at just $65,000. Call Larry  or Ruth Moore 885-9213.  <'U  WATERFRONTHOME #228  SpectacularWATERFRONT parcel with 1800  sq. ft. "plus" home with 4 bedrooms and  truly exciting rec. room of 22'x32" with  expensive, impressive fireplace. One  hundred feet of waterfront reached by  winding footpath. The VIEW over the Trail  Islands is magnificent! Asking $87,000. Call  Bert Walker 885-3746 eves.  '.v.'J'l  BREATHE DEEPLY, BEAUTY UNLIMITED #4089  With a VIEW up Sechelt Inlet; The clear,  clear air, the forested vistas. 60 feet  frontage on Sandy Hook Road. 64 ft. on  Deerhorn Drive. About 12000 sq. ft. all for  $8,000. Deal? 885-9461 "Tiny Bob" Kent.  LUCKY FISHERMEN #4019  To own 60 feet in protected cove at Pender  Harbour. Easy access via auto or boat. Hat  cabin, good location for year round home.  Local amenities include hydro, water, phone  ft Marina next door. Just $32,500 FP. "Tiny  Bob" Kent, 885-9461.  OUT OF THE STORMS #4019  Into a peaceful cove, year round moorage  large, lot, will treed with more than 60 feet  of cozy inner harbour (Pender) frontage  good building site includes "city" water, B.C.  Hydro, phono, Roughed to driveway. Cabin.  F.P. $32,500, Dial "TINY BOB" 885-9461  eves.  3.78 ACRES ON GARDEN BAY #198  Near head ol Oyster Bay. Ideal recreation  property, Nicely wooded, some pasture and  streqm. Asking $19,000. Call Eric Rudland  885-9857.  WOODED ACREAGE #4011  Here's an exciting 6 acre parcel of high land  overlooking Hotel Lake, offering natural  wooded sotting for that quiet retreat you  have In mind ond, oh yes, It's close to fishing  and boating at Irving Landing. Try your offer  on the $28,500 asking price, Call Bert  Walker 885-3746 eves.  LOTS AND ACREAGE  A CASTLE IN THE AIR #4105  YES I LOOK UP FROM THIS 88x164 ft. lot on  Lagoon Rd. at Pender Harbour. Besides, you  are only a short walk to Madeira businesses  and easy boat launch. Trailers allowed. Full  price $7,250. Dial "Tiny Bob" Kent 885-  9461.  HALFMOON   BAY-WESCAN   RD.   #196/197  Large lot 9*1 x 340' with evergreens,  seclusion. Ideal for summer retreat. Try  $9,500 ��� ASSESSED at $11,500. Call Ed  Baker, 885-2641.  CATCH? WHAT CATCH? #4127  WATERFRONT ACREAGE for just $30,000.  Yes the catch is water access only, but this  is beautiful secluded property and at this  price should be considered. Ruth Moore  885-9213.  BUILDING LOT #151  Near level lot In a fine area of good homes,  close to water access and priced at $14,500,  Call Ruth Moore 883-9213.  SPARINGLY PRICED #149  Yes $10,800 :buys nearly 100 ft. on  Redrooffs Rd. as well as 1/50 interest In  waterfront lot "X". Close to public wharf.  "Tiny Bob" Kent 885-9461.  NEAR PENDER HARBOUR ��� FABULOUS  FISHING  #3959  $175,000 buy 660' WATERFRONT and  Approx. 12 additional VIEW acres small  cabin, lights & "City Water". Call "Tiny Bob"  Kent 885-9461.  LIKE IT OR NOT ��� SECHELT IS  GROWING #4076  Get In on the ground floor with a high ��ite  on nearly an acre overlooking the down  town  area.   125'x312'   for   only   $22,000.  "Tiny Bob" Kent 885-9461.  CATCH THE BIG ONE HERE #41)5  Flat, near ready to build. Close as Spit to  easy ocean access. 50 ft. on blacktop  frontage by 150 depth. Invest $12,000 F.P.  Now. "Tiny Bob" Kent 885-9461.  REPLOTTING  Part of Sechelt is being replotted to Insure  the highest and bost uso of tho land, This  replotting should be completed In the near  future. I have for sale a portion of this  property Block 9 and also fhe adjoining  Block 10, For more Information.on'this  choice property. Call Larry Moore 885-2235  days or 885-9213 eves,  DROP IN AND PICK UP A FREE. COPY OF OUR REAL ESTATE CATALOGUES  WE'LLPUSHTHEPAPERWORK  TO HELPCL0SETHE SALE.  (here Is it mountain of paper work  that hurt 10 be taken en re of, TImI'h  After you sell or buy n bouse,   locnl real eatatc attorney who \h  qunllllcd lo practice law on I bene  lnallerm We Iry lo get everything  Ibat needs attention handled aw  soon hs possible, so Ibat documents are processed quickly, We  do everything we can lo be sure  your imnrtuctlon closes  " time, Attention to  when your Neighborhood Professional"* can be yobr best friend,  Your Neighborhood Professional Is trained to know about  mortgager*, title  .searcher), pest and  Onlunc.7  hmII rfniml* mirl wlHf.h \J*�� "MIIKm I   'Hfl'l   M'�� lh" 'V"1 |">rl  (topics go to whom.    mmKjj-M"'���"���jERr J\   of being a Neighbor-  we'll work with your lfflrr::ffl *���*������* hobdrfofefialonal.  WE'RE THE NEIGHBORHOOD PROFESSIONALS  ����� 1117* Cantury til H��al Batata Corporation, * {Joirmml Trademark of Canfury SI Haul Batata Corporation,  I'rlntnrl UNA, B<wh ���ma* la |n4afanaaatly ������������ ��M aparalaal, rU|u��| Mmolnal Opportunity fjgY  'J  SI     .. /  Wednesday, September 12,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageB-7  Legal Notices  Pollution Control Branch  File No. AE5643 ^- ,    . >  API*UCATIONFORAr  _   PERMTTUNDERTHE  PdlJLUTION CONTROL ACT  ,-\.   (Effluent)     ,  THIS APPLICATION is to  be filed wife the. Director of;  Pollution Control, 1106 Cook  Street, Victoria, B.C. V8V4S5.  Any person who qualifies as  an objector under section 13 of  the Pollution Control Act may.  within 30 days of the. date of  application, or within 30,days  . of the date of publication in  The British Columbia Gazette  ' or in a newspaper; or where  service is required, within 30  days of, serving a copy of the  application, tile with the  Director at the above address  an objection in writing to the  granting of a permit, stating  the manner in which he is  affected.  Preamble ��� The purpose of  this application is to request a  permit to discharge gravel  wash  water  into  recycling  : ponds.  1.1-We, Argus Aggregates  Ltd., of 252 S F! Kent Avenue,  : Vancouver,  B.C. V5X 4N6,  hereby apply to the Director  ��� for permit to discharge ef-  : fluent from gravel wash plant  , located at Earls Creek ���  - Egmont, B.C. into ground.  : 2. The land upon which the  ; works are located is Lot 3801,  ��� Group 1,- New Westminster  < District.  :     3. The discharge shall be  - located at the south west side  " of lot 3801.  '.     4. The quantity of, effluent  : to be discharged is as follows:  - Average   daily   discharge  - (based on. operating period)  : 384,000 U.S.G. Maximum daily  : discharge 576,000 U.S.G. The  ��� operating period during which  - the effluent will be discharged  ; is 40 hours per week con-  - tinuous year road.  5. The characteristics of  ; the effluent discharged shall  ; be equivalent to or better than  - (insert values after com-  '.- pletion of column (3) of table  : (a) on reverse side) typical  - gravel wash water.  6. The type of treatment to  '. be applied to the effluent  . before discharge is as follows:  - three    exfiltration-recycling  - lagoons.  ;      This application, dated on  Sept. 4,1979, was posted oathe  ��� ground in accordance with the  Pollution Control Regulations.  J.D. Creasy.  2157-42  Elves club  885-3295  Van. Direct  681-7931  Box 979 Sechelt. B.C.VON 3A0  Next to the Gulf Station  meeting  Elves Club general  meeting will be held at 8 p.m.  September 7,1979 at the home  of Mr. and Mrs. MacDonald at  the corner of Orange Road  and Hwy. 101.  The agenda will be the  election of officers and a  general discussion of things.  They need some more  active members to keep their  fine club going the way it has  in the past. So if you are interested in joining the club or  wish to get any information  please phone the mediator at  886-2149.  - In a few days the Continuing Education Program  will drop into your mailbox  and you will find a,greater  variety of courses than ever,  before.       i  Most of the courses start in  the last week of September,   t  but some 1-session lectures  will be offered in the week  prior to the real "take off,?.  Dr* Donald Estey, from the ���,  Pender  Harbour  Medical.  Cltakv.has kindly accepted to ^  give a free lecture oh Birth  .  Control on September 19,  Wednesday, in Madeira Park  Elementary School, Room 7.  Women   of  all  ages  are  welcome to hear the pros and  cons  about  all available  methods of birth control.  Breast cancer still claims  more victims, man any other  form of cancer. However, it is  a fact that early detection  vastly reduces the number of  terminal cases. And it is so  easy, if you know how to do it.  the " Registered Nurses  Association of B.C., Sechelt  Chapter, has taken responsibility for. an information  evening -on September 18,  Tuesday at 7:30 p.m., in  Chatelech Junior Secondary  School,. Room 114: A  registered nurse will show a ;  film demonstrating self  examination and answer  questions connected with the  subject "Women Unite!".  Preventive Medicine is the  subject for Dr. David  Gerring's talk on October 11,  Thursday, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. in.  Chatelech Music Room. Dr.  Gerring ., will mainly draw  attention to the many common  sense ways of keeping mentally and physically well, and  he will show new ways of  thinking about our responsibility toward ourselves and  our children.  Dr. Beverley Pace, from  the Gibsons Medcial Clinic,  ~ wiUrgive- sr free lecture - on -  Birth Control on September  19, Wednesday, 7:30 - 9:30  p.m. in Elphinstone, Room  110. Dr. Pace will talk about  the pill and the alternatives to  this widely discussed method.  Care of the Sick Child will  be dealt with by Dr. Lome  Walton in Elphinstone, Room  -108,^n^eptember-W-Tnur^-  sday, 7:30-9:30 p.m. How, often  have you looked at your sick  child and wondered whether  to call the doctor or not? Dr.  Walton will talk about how  parents can care for their sick  child in the best possible way  and he will explain sthat if's  and but's of communicable  diseases. .  V  If you have questions of  general interest which you  would like to discuss with a  professional person, please  call 885-3512, Continuing  Education, Karin Hoemberg,  Coordinator, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.  The Grub Bag  touch of Dixiland  By Ann  As the magic of fall blows  in from the ocean and  surrounding hills, it's time to  scuff your shoes in the fallen  leaves and softly in the  moonlight and dream a wee  bit of the summer left behind.  The changing of the seasons  always seem a mystery to me.  Time just folds summer away  into yesterday and tomorrow  will pour the winter tides over  the magic of the comming  holidays.  This is a season when  appetites are renewed and  honed to a fined edge ��� no  need to beg the young folks to  bo on time for dinner. It's time  to keep a small fire going on  the hearth to warm your toes  ond something cooking in the  kitchen that says "dinner is  going to be special,'' For Just  such frrncnl you might like to  try:   /  Dixieland Ham and Chicken  "Pie""';'  Blend In a saucepan three  tablespoons butter or  margarine; blend In three  tablespoons flour, gradually  add 2Mi cups chicken stock or  canned chicken broth.  Stir until thickened. Add  one cup chopped ham and one  cup diced cooked chlckon,  Season with sale and pepper to  taste. Pour into a shallow  round casserole about nine  inches in diameter.  Cover  Beat jMioegg JgMJbUVii  one tablespoon sugar ( if you  live above the Mason-Dixon  line), one third cup milk and  V* cup melted shortening or  ��� salad oil Sift together two  thirds cup flour, one third cup  cornmeal, 1% teaspoons  baking powder V* teaspoon  salt. Add liquids to cornmeal  mixture all at once. Blend  together with as few strokes  as possible. Spread over top of  meat and gravy. Bake in a hot  oven 400 degrees F ��� 20 to 25  minutes, or until the corn-  bread is crispy and brown on  top. serves five or six.  Shrimp Stuffed Peppers  Six green peppers  two tablespoon butter or  margarine  one    teaspoon    prepared  mustard ,..���..���.',  ^leaspooneach" of f "garlic-  salt, onion suit and pepper,  two    tablespoons    finely-  chopped parsley  one egg  Mi cup soft breadcrumbs  l/�� cup finely-sliced celery  one   can    (3   oz)    sliced  muchrooma  two clght-oz cans tiny shrimp  Cut tops from peppers,  remove seeds and parboil for  f(ve minutes. Drain. Blend  butter or margarine with  mustard, garlic and .onion  salts, pepper and parsley. Mix  in slightly beaten egg, bread  crumbs,��� celery,. mushroonw  and shrimp. Stuff mixture into  drained and cooled pepper  snelW.  Place the stuffed peppers  Siur a little hot water In pan.  F) for 20 to 30 minutes  depending on pepper size.  Makes six servings. You may  serve a sauce with those.  Waterfront  Where Real Estate is serious���but a pleasure  THINKING OF RELOCATING?       .  Don't delay. Use our Trade Plan. Call for more details. HC'cagc  PHONE FOR FREE CATALOG  Acreage  DEEP MOORAGE J $75,000  Good deep moorage with 700  sq. ft . house located on steep  lot.'. Contours give Ideal  enlargement pfospectsJoJhe-  house. Covered dock is well  sheltered. All details with  Don Lock, 885-3730.  SELMA      PARK      $10,900  60' of pebble beach, super  view, two room cottage.  Lease property. -More info,  with Ray Bernier, 885-5225 or  Emilie Henderson,- 885-5383.  MISSION RD. $44,900  Fuller winterized two  bedroom beach home.  Beautiful level waterfront. 15  years . prepaid lease. Ideal  summer home, easily.rented.  , Call Ray Bernier, 885-5225 or  Emilie Henderson^ 885-5383.  GRANTHAMS $39,500  What more could you want ���"  a beautiful view overlooking  Shoal Channel from a  redecorated 2 bdr home.  Ideal rentable in-law suite on  lower floor. All details with  Don Lock, 885-3730.  DAVIS BAY    $32,900  Specatacular view from this  waterfront lot in one of our  most desirable areas. Sloped  lot has a lovely beach and is  nicely treed. For more infor  contact Terry Brackett, 885-  __9865 : :_  SAKINAW LAKE $124,900  2500' of lake frontage, two  dwellings, two floats,  boathouse, completely  sheltered private bay. 15  acres with subdivision  possibilities. Southern <exr  -pbsure-and���wiewr -Gallc-Ray-  Bernler, 885-5225.  Waterfront  SANDY HOOK - $68,500  charming, waterfront home  ~witri ~75'~"of sandy- beachr  Greenhouse, garden areas,  many extras. For more  details, call Rene Sutherland  at 885-9362.  GOWER POINT $84,250  Beautifully landscaped two  bedroom home with a  panoramic view of Salmon  Rock, the North Shore  Mountains, and Vancouver  Island. Older style, quality  construction, ' the full  basement is ready - to - be  developed. For more information, call Rene  Sutherland, 885-9362.  Homes  REDROOFFS * '   $63,500  This 1000 sq. ft. 5 year old  two bedroom and den  panabode with luxury kit-  _cheju_ c ut_raclOtixepJgee_.  double 'M^^na over"  pangbodVNjarage and 16'  greenhouse, is beautifully  situated on a large secluded  semi-waterfront lot with  covered patios and many  -extr_as.___AIJ realistic offers  considered. Call Corry Ross,  885-9250.  ROBERTS CREEK $56,900  -Excellent property of-up-and  down suites both rented at  present. Drive by this offering  on Marlene Road and then  call Don Lock at 885-3730 for  an appointment to view.  FIVE ACRES IN GIBSONS  Well maintained home  completely remodelled with  new kitchen xriOTbathroom.  Approx. ihw^ acres is  cleared fjAjlvel with small  stream. Airisxcellent piece of  property. Call Ray Bernier,  885-5225 or Emilie Henderson, 885-5383.  GRANTHAMS $29,500  A panoramic view from the  glassed-in sunporch. One  bedroom in this cozy home of  780 sq ft. Large living room  with a fireplace and hardwood floors. 3/4 unfinished,  basement, fridge, stove and  new woodburner included.  Close to the ferry, schools,  shopping and the beach. Call  Suzanne Dunkerton for  viewing, 885-397-17 - -   ----  DAVIS BAY $66,000  Beautiful view from this three  bedroom home. Large family  kitchen loaded with cup-  -boards���- work,- -and    eating  ROBERTSCREEK r $89,500  5 acres of beautiful bottom  land with a southern exposure. Large organic  vegetable garden, fruit trees,  and pasture areas. PLUS, a  custom built 1700 sq ft three  storey 4 bedroom home  Quality and craftsmanship  have created an inspiring  living space. Leaded glass  windows - cedar finishing  inside - parquet floors. A  suana outside that will seat  10 people. An outbuilding  which could be converted into  a guest cottage. This property  must be seen if you aro  looking for acreage with  comfort. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton for viewing, 885-  3971.  ROBERTS CREEK HOME  �� $82,500  A quality built home such as  this 1220 sq. ft. 2 year old  beauty located only "a short  walk to the beach is a rare  find. The spacious 2nd floor  with two bedrooms, 5 pee.  bathroom, super kitchen, 4  " major applidrTc^sVlarge'livihgT'  and dining J-aoY floor to  celling brirtiN^eplace, lush  carpetinflAjWs over 800 sq.  ft.of de/king, and four  skylights. Ground level with  1155 sq. ft. has fireplaced  den, workshop, two large  extra rooms and bathroom  waiting your finishing  touches. Two car carport.  Secluded. To view, call Corry  Ross at 885-9250 or Rene  Sutherland, at 885-9362.  ROBERTS CREEK $27,900  Just reduced $1600 ��� enjoy  the privacy and' peaceful  surroundings on this nice  level treed acreage. In the  ALR. For more information  contact Terry Brackett, 885-  9R65. MLS.  i  Business  Opportunities  Drycleaning business situated  in both Gibsons and Sechelt.  No competition. Ideal family  business. Call Ray Bernier,  885-5225 or Emilie Hen-  iefsOT7^85-^383r-^������~���  TUWANEK' WATERFRONT  LOtS  Nicely treed, side by side,  95'x 110' of waterfront  overlooking Lamb's Bay,  southerly exposure, these  properties are priced at  $28,000 and $28,500 each.  For more details, Call Rene at  885-9362.  SECHELT VILLAGE       $58,500  Many, many extras in this  well planned tastefully  decorated two bedroom gem.  1300 sq. ft. of immaculated  house, plus an insulated  garOge and ''��� workshop  surrounded by the best  garden soil available. For  more details, call Rene at  885-9362.  SELMA PARK $14,900  Cozy two bedroom home on a  nicely landscaped lot. This  lease lot offers a fantastic  view of Trail Bay and the  , Islands. 'Excellent terms,  contact Terry Brackett, 885-  9865.  space. Separate dining room,  cozy living room, with a  fireplace. Finished rec room &  bar with another fireplace,  guest bedroom. Close to  schools and beach ��� all this  in popular Davis Bay! Call  Suzanne Dunkerton, 885-  397 L  WEST SECHELT $39,700  Cute  one   bedroom   house,  chicken   house,   large   truss  roof outbuilding, situated on  2+   acres  of  good  cleared  fe~velHandr Fruit Irees  an  well. To view, call Rene at '���_'        /  885-9362. Restaurant   -   situated   In  Sechelt. Very established  with a super return. Priced to  sell. Call Ray Bernier, 885-  5225,  or  Emilie  Henderson,  -GIBSONS  $ 115,00fr    885-5383~���  .. Pot e h _t i a I     _ com m e rcial.  Located at the corner of Hwy.  101 and Park Road, this 2 +  acre parcel is presently zoned  R4, but is ripe for development. For more info, call Rene  Sutherland at 885-9362.  Industrial  v *.jv&&iQtUOtirs,*i   ���  Mobiles  2 bedroom 12x60 mobile  home set up in local trailer  park. Fully skirted with a  view of the Trail Islands.  Fridge and stove included,  asking $10,000. Contact Terry  Brackett, 885-9865.  GIBSONS VILLAGE $95,000  Located right next door'to the  corner property in the above  ad, this parcel with older  house has 130' highway  frontage and is 830 feet in  depth. The two parcels  together total 260' of highway frontage and would be  great for future development.  For more details, call Rene at  885-9362.  Reasonably priced,,_ fully  serviced lots and acreage,  347-600 volt three phase  power, water and paved  roads. The development  provides' a mixed package  to suit your light industrial  service commercial needs.  Call Rene Sutherland at  885-9362.  Lots  WEST SECHELT VIEW  Two beautiful view lots, side  by side. The��jHf>tt have 92'  and 95' ofJrg|Aig�� and are  nicely-tQjcK Each lot Is  $17,50x|ytry offers on them  separately or at a package.  For more Information, contact  Terry Brackett, 885-9865.  WEST SECHELT  Two lots side by side located  on NorWest Bay Rd. Priced at  $12,500 and $9,500. Both lots  are serviced with water,  hydro and cable. Buy  separately, or try an offer on  both lots.. Contact Terry  Brackett, 885-9865.  SANDY HOOK $13,500  One of  the   nicer  potential  view lot In Sandy Hook, this  WAKEFIELD BEAUTIES $16,750  Two   lots  side  by   side   on  Wakefield Road, bordered by  park and ravine for privacy,     one has private paved road,  Approved building sites, view     water and hydro In, approved  percolation, and a 16 x 24  storage shed. Ideal for  recreation property, close to  boat launch, or for a permanent residence. Trailers  permissible. For more details  call Rene at 885-9362.  of Georgia  Strait,  close to  i village. Call Rene Sutherland,  885-9362.  PENDER HARBOUR $14,000  Large view lot on Malcolm Rd.  Site already cleared for  building. Call  Terry  Brackett 885-9865.  SELMA PARK 14,900  Bautlful view lot with access  from either end. 70 x 200  approx. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton, 885-3971.  SELMA PARK $12,900  This choice view lot Is qffered  at a reduced price for quick  sole. Located at corner of  Hwy 1.01 and Heather Road,  and backing onto Greer Rd.  Good value here. MLS. Call  Corry Ross, 885-9250.  WEST PORPOISE BAY $9,900  Nice level lot located close to  village. This lot is selectively  **clt ortd and ready tobulld on.  Water and Hydro. Contact  Terry Brackett* 885-9865.  KEATS ISLAND  The summer retreat you've  been looking for? A corner  lot with a view at only $7,500.  Hydro and water available.  Contact Terry Brackett, 885-  9865.  VIEW LOT $10,900  On Marble Road In quiet  Wilson Creek subdivision,  owner may carry financing.  Call Ray Bernier, 885-5225 or  Emilie Henderson, 885-5383.  FRANCIS PENINSULA $10,000  Excellent Bldg. lot In new subdivision, water & hydro,  septic approval. Near  Gerrons Bay - good fishing I  Emilie Henderson, 885-5383,  or Ray Bernier, 885-5225.  JUST LISTED SUBDIVISION  Located at the corner of Reef  and Shoal Roads in the village  of Sechelt. This eleven lot  subdivision is Well treed, on  Regional Water, all lots  approved for septic installation. Priced to sell at  $10,500 each. For more  details call Rene Sutherland,  885-9362.  WOODCREEK PARK  74 lot subdivision, ravine  park on three sides. Fully  serviced. For more details call  Rene Sutherland,   885-9362,  PENDER   LAKES   PROPERTIES  21 view lots In new subdivision $10,000 to $20,000.  Call Ray Bernier, 885-5225 or  Emilie Henderson, 885-5383.  ROBERTS CREEK $15,500  Beautiful large view lot with  94 feet on the^neek. Perflation ha|aaJJr\Kly been  approved��upj?rrally located  to shoppRig, schools and  beach. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton, 885-3971.  WINN ROAD, GIBSONS $15,000  Here Is a lot with everything.  Extra large and serviced.  Southern exposure to water  and mountain view. Close to  all amenities. Call Suzanne to  view, 885-3971.  WEST SECHELT  Nice level lot with potential  view, All services. Priced for  quick sale at |ust $11,900.  Terry Brackett, 885-9865.  CREEKSIDE PLACE  Residential Mobile Home  Subdivision  12 Fully serviced lots, situated  approximately 2 miles northwest  of Sechelt, corner of Mason &  Norwest Bay Road, level lots to  facilitate both single & double wide  trailers.  Please call  Emilie Henderson   885*5383  or  Ray Bernier, 885*5229..  o>  ''Si  >   A  *M  A--  *���*.  ^  it t  >v��>  irV  ��>���  J^.  y<p  Lot  ROAD  fv>  5  <  Si  ^ ;  ROAD  "iW  Mmm not* M��rtrlc M*��Mr*m��nH.  \u. ���  MASON  V--��f^V-'--'V-'--^'  <$;  900  500  6 $11,000  7 $10000.  8 $10,000.  10 Reserved  I 11 Reserved  12 $9,500  13 $9,600  14 $9,500  15 $9,500  17 i''vi ���'���  18 $9,600  �����<���  ffnAn  RAY BERNIER  CORRY ROSS  ~*#t*ft#t~.  RENE SUTHERLAND  -���-���**��� 88f��9tir6i ~���"~  TERRY 8RACKETT  DON LOCK  M��-��7��0  EMILIE HENDERSON  SUZANNE DUNKERTON  - -"��t8-tm"  ������  TERRI HANSON  8844295-���  POWELL  ICIwBiK  WEST  VANCOUVER  NORTH  VANCOUVER  mcmsir or  oihIr offices  to serve you  relocation imvicfs canada"mmmmal systim  KINGSWAY  SURREY  LANGLEY PageB-8  ; The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, September 12,1979  -4-r-  '   .1     '  Automotive Service  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  V,    .  Ports * Sales * Service  * Rotor lather Service lor Disc Brakes  '   and Drum Brakes ' ^  -Valve ond Seat Grinding  'All Makes Serviced  -   Datsun Specialists  Gibsons Phone 886-7919  ECONOMY AUTO PARTS LTD.  Sechelt  Automobile, Industrial  and Body Shop Supplies  -  885-5181  WAL-VEN AUTO BODY  BODY WORK  AND  PAINTWORK  Sunshine Coast Highway  GIBSONS 886-7133    I  Contractors  RAY'S TRUCKING  Gravel * Fill * Dralnrock  SERVING PENDER HARBOUR  . 885-5260  HANDY "Super" MAN  ��� Cabinet Maker ��� All Carpentry Work'  JtejnodellJngin_&oui._Pqinting.  "23 Years Expedience ��� Good References-  Low Rates  Will Do Anything ��� Conscientiously vDone  ��� Job Well Done  Call ALBERT Anytime  885-2698 or 886-2161  SUPERIOR MUFFLER LTD.  BING'S EXHAUST PLUS LTD.  ���-Complete Exhauati * Shocks * Roll Bars  I * Side Pipes * Stacks  I * -Running Boards * Dual Pipe Conversion  I 100% guarantee ��� Parts and labour  I   . Next to Wal-Ven Auto Body    ;  I Gibsons, 886.1213  Blasting  Ted's Blasting & Contracting Ltd.  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  * Basements * 'Driveways * Septic Tanks  Stumps i Ditch lines  Call for a free estimate anytime  883-2734  "Air Track Available"   8832385  TED DONLEY PENDER HARBOUR  J.B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  Dump Truck ��� Back hoe ��� Cat  Water, Sewer, Drainage Installation  Land Clearing  FREE ESTIMATES  R.W. [Bob] Rogers  Coast Insulation Company  886-9297 .  INSULATION - INSTALLATION  'Fiberglass Batts Blown in Insulation  RESIDENTIAL (New & Existing Houses) &  Commercial  J.F.W. CONTRACTING  1 RENOVATIONS * ADDITIONS  * NEW HOMES  CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS       * DRYWALl  * SUNDECKS  ' "ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED"   '.  886-8071  Disposal Services  Electricians  CB. CONTRACTORS  Complete Building Insulating  ' Interior & Exterior Painting '  Roofing, Shakes & Apshalt Shingles  FREE ESTIMATES -  885-9272  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.   Electrical Contractors       - -  ��� Residential & Commercial Wiring  ��� Pole Line Installations  ��� Electric Heating  Ron Sim 885-2062 Rick Sim  ROB HAGAR  Electrical Contracting  RESIDENTIAL - COMMERCIAL  Eves: 886-9261   Days: 886-2756  Flooring'Cabinets  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  Kitchen Cabinets  Specialists in Remodelling  886-9411.  Showroom in Twilight Theatre, Gibsons  FlooringeCabinets  CARPETS��� CABINETS��� FLOORING  SHOWROOM AT SEAVIEW PLACE  Heating  Pest Control  886r2417.  922-2017  ROGERS CABINETS LTD.  A Custom Birch Kitchen  Av: $1900.00 -10" Days Delivery"  ��� Anywhere on Peninsula  Call 883-2676 Eves.  Forest Consultant  PENFOR CONSULTING LTD.  ENGINEERING * HARVESTING ��� PLANS  CRUISING * STUMPAGE ��� CALCULATIONS  MAPPING * TIMBER - APPLICATIONS  SILVICULTURE * METRIC - CONVERSIONS  Bill Tymchuk, Box 1730  Bus. 885-5713, Sechelt, B.C.    ,  Res. 885-2485. VON 3A0  SECHELT METAL PRODUCTS  �� LTD.  GENERAL SHEET METAL  Domestic, Commercial, Industrial heating  and Air conditioning.  . 885-2466.  Landscaping  EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING  and  GARDEN MAINTENANCE  For an ever-blooming garden  fruit tree pruning  WILLIAM BORAGNOFree Estimates  (Bango) 885-5033  KENDeVRIES&SONLTD.  FLOORCOVERINGS  CARPETS - TILES ��� LINOLEUMS - DRAPES  GIBSONS ft SECHELT  885-3424  Glassworks  ANTHOR GLASS CO. LTD.  885-2153 Sechelt  WINDOWS * STORM WINDOWS * STORM  DOORS  MIRRORS * SLIDING MIRROR WARDROBE  DOORS  MIRRORED BATHROOM CABINETS * CUSTOM  WINDOWS  SLIDING PATIO DOORS * & INSTALLATION  Duane Thorsteinson  SECHELT ORIENTAL LANDSCAPING  Landscaping * Pruning * Shaping  WlllieTakahoshl  Call after six 88 5-9890  Metric Conversion  Metric Conversion  for information call:  The SCALE SHOP [1963] Ltd.  TEC CASH REGISTERS  255-5751-2 or Res. 271-2648  Sales & Service '    Industrial & Retail  757 East Cordova St. Vancouver, B.C.  Serving B.C. for 40 years V6A 1M2  Edward A. Pelastik  v    PIED PIPER COMPANY LTD.  BONDED PEST CONTROL SERVICES  call Paul M. Bulman at 434-6641  7061 Gilley Ave. Burnoby  Rentals      A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS & EQUIPMENT RENTALS  Scaffolding, Rock Drills, Power Tools,  Automotive Tools, Pumps, Generators,  and Compressors  Highway 101 883-2585  at Francis Peninsula Road  Sewing  CREST SEWING CENTRE  SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS  ALL MAKES AND MODELS  FREE ESTIMATES      ALL WORK GUARANTEE^  886-2231'  Sunnycrest Centre  Opposite SuperValu- next to Sears  Tires  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C.  886-2700  SALES & SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday. 8:30 am to 5-30 pm  Friday evening by appointment only  Towing  Building Supplies  A.C. RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  All Your Building Needs  , Madeira Park        Phone 883-2585  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  PortJMellon to Ole's Cove  Tel: 886-2938 or 885-9973  * Commercial Containers Available  IF YOUR TARGET IS SUCCESS  t��yM*y��WV��Vj  ADVERTISE IN  The TIMES'DIRECTORY  885-3231  * GAS & DIESEL PUMPS  * JOWJTRUCK SERVICE  CHAKUEX  VISA  BCAA   MC  SPT'J  UALfMOON INN  & SERVICES        885-5500  8 miles north of Sechelt, Hwy. 101  LOOK HERE FOR WEEKLY BARGAINS  & SALE INFORMATION.  IN GIBSONS  YOUR  PORT MELLON INDUSTRIES CREDIT  m UNION-GIBSONS ��  "ttirfiti oit cwf&i tfMMMNwtfb"  * Loans  * Mortgages  * Best Saving Rates  LOCATED NEXT TO  THE BUS DEPOT  886-8121  SEE OUR SHOWROOM  HOURS: 10 am-4:30 pm  SATURDAYS  *CARPETS *KITCHEN  CABINETS *JENN-AIR  & many more great    ,  product* at everyday prices,  CARPET CABINET  CERAMIC CENTRE  North Rd., Gibsons 886-2765  JANE'S TUB & TOP SHOP  886-7621  Our Showroom l�� Open  FRI&SAT10am-5pm  A WHIRLPOOL BATHTUB  TO REPLACE YOUR tf  I f\  PRESENT TUB IT] LA...  '���"''U:,:,.^,J..J:Oj  I Fantastic |  Seavlew PI., Gibsons  ,t-j  GIBSON!  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  t-A coiwi eti mmniNfi stnvicr  886-8141  Sunshine Coast  Highway, Olbsons  'jLr   Cent/te  "^rttwenmx:  SRT ��� WR - Comm-Dev  VHFSSB  A  886-7918  MILLER  MARINE  ELECTRONICS  \\   Acrois from' the  Co-op, Lower  Gibsont  CDE * Browning CB  Auth, Decco Rodor Centre]  GIBSONS  TRAVEL  886-9255  Remember: "One  Call Doesj  It All I  Sunnycrest Centre,  Olbsons  Fishing for Bargains?  Look oil  this Page  Every Week!  THE  MUPPET SHOP  CHILDREN'S WEAR  885-5255  From Infants to 14 Years  OUR  NEW FALL  ARRIVALS  ARE NOW  HERE!  THE DOCK,  SECHEL  MADEIRA  PARK  VARIETY STORE  Madeira Park  883-9115  NEW HOURS:  f/lon-Frl yonvSpm  Sot. ��onv4pm  * Local Handicraft     <  * Custom-made Drapes  NEW SEARS  M 8B398H  IN SECHELT  THE PEACH TREE  For all your Cosmetic and  fashion Jewelry Needs.  Hand, Nail & Footcare Available,  Make-up Application & Facial Cleanilng  For Appointment  885-3813  Ordors  Taken  r-TT���J   CANADIAN PROPANE  laN?,"IAN[ GAS & OIL LTD.  "Cylinder filled  * Complete line of Appliances,  * Barbecues  * Camping Equipment  * Qualified Serviceman  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  Next to Bus Depot  885-2360  BA BLACKTOP  "QUALITY SERVICE SINCE 1956"  ��� PAVING  ���CURBS  ��� DRAINAGE  OtTOP LTD.  "SAW FILING"  CARBIDE TIP  HAND SAWS  CIRCULAR SAWS  1297 Sorf Circle, SECHELT  (BERNIE) 885-5485  FREE ESTIMATES  885-5151  East Porpoise Bay Rd.,  Sechelt     ii��.��a  Specializing In Ladles & Mens|  Cuts S Styling,  Coloring,  Blow Drying.  ��� j    Long, soli, wash 8 W  ���J        wear perrns,        l���.,  Hair Cara tor trio entire family.  flodkon, Jhlrmnck & Vldal Sassoon Products  J" SecAett beauty Satan  88S-2B18  Open Monday to Saturday  Cowrie St  C&S HARDWARE  We now carry  ROYAL ALBERT China  "OLD COUNTRY  ROSES" in stock.  885-9713  Not exacctly  as Illustrated.  STRAPPINGS   5 .in. ft.  Sechelt Building  Supplies Ltd.  ' 'StWttfietVM ^K0Vt4��dkuC'  ���u ijx\ or        m^} j  IN PENDER HARBOUR  SftT - WR ��� Comm-Dev |  VHP:  MILLER  \    MARINE  ELECTRONIC  * \Now open In our 2nd  \ location ot Oarden  Boy Marine Services  i *wWlft  ��DE ft Browning CB  fVurli. T>ea��"1lMnFCiifi1?e  MADEIRA MARINA  Madeira Park   883-2266  PRE4980 SALE  good stock  1979EVINRUDE  OUTBOARD  allow, low prices I  WHILE THEY LAST  l ^ :.���  883-2315  amiftj   OUR NEW  FALL FASHIONS  ARE HERE.  MADEIRA PARK  f  m  LINK  9mamMmm0mmmm00��w\mmU*imawm'*m*0W  883-2585  AC RENTALS &  BUILDING SUPPLIES  ^  ALUMINUM  GUTTERS Reg. 55�� a linear ft. NO CONTACT"  Men's  A competitive mens hockey league in,  the form of the S M H L (Senior Mens  hockey League) has evolved as an  amalgamation of the old commercial  players, some Gales, former Industrial  players as well as ex-juvenile players  making up the nucleus.  With virtually no competitive hockey  league over the past three seasons, it was  decided that in the interest of the arena, as  well as the young players coming up  through the minor hockey ranks, that a  competitive league be formed for the  many players wishing to play the game.  Consequently what has evolved is a five  team league, which will be strictly of the  "no hitting" variety. The league has been  -formulated after many of the mens  leagues around the lower mainland, which  also are resorting to the "no - contact"  brand of hockey to keep the players  playing.  As you may have heard the entire  Ontario Hockey Association has turned to  no hitting in the hopes that kids will return  to the. game and build up the inherent  skills, all the leagues right through Senior  and Intermediate are switching-over  league in the works  ROBERT   JOE   of   the   Sechelt   Pender Harbour Banana in exhibition  Renegades (right) takes the ball past   soccer Sunday at Hackett Park.  Curlers readyJo start  The 79-80 Curling Season is in the offing  and to get everyone together we are going  to have a "Get Aquainted" Dance at the  Arena onSept. 29th from 9:00 P.M. to 1:00  _A,M.JThe_price_J��ill be__$5,OJ0 petperson_and_  the music will be by the Music Man.  The Sunshine Coast Curling Club's  Annual Meeting will be held on Sunday  September 30th at the Arena at 1:00 P.M.  We are hoping for a 100 per cent turnout  and all new Curlers are especially invited  to attend. Would all Skips who have  already selected their Rinks and any new  Curlers who wish to join, please phone  Larry at 885-9088. To get the old muscles in  shape we are going to print a series of  exercises, each week. especiallx__for  IT'S UP TO YOU  Curlers, here are the first two:  1. Purpose: To stretch the muscles of  the back, buttocks, upper and lower legs.  To develop flexibility and strength about  the hips and knees.   Repetitions: Seven to 10 times each.  Movements: After donning curling  -shoes rremamseatedjm.the^gejofiLChairL  or bench. Caution; do not do these exercises standing! Place the feet shoulder-  width apart, legs extended fully, slowly  bend at the waist, slide both hands down  right leg and attempt to grasp bottom of  right foot. Repeat with left foot.  .2. Place feet together, slide forward to  edge of chair; place hands on thighs above  lmees,  press  downward. ~  It is felt this will be the only way to get  hockey back on track and into the proper  perspective locally. Also already  scheduled by the league are five exhibition  games scheduled for once a month,  against various teams from around the  lower mainland. The format calls for a  "select" coach who will not be associated  with any of the club teams to choose 16  players from the league for these various  games to be played on a Saturday night  and Sunday morning. The intent of this  select team will be to try and get a  representativee group off of the peninsula  to play with each other at various times  during the year, gearing themselves  towards a yearend CHALLENGE SERIES  as has taken place in the past with Powell  River. This years series expects to be  _J��tw_een_Sq,uamish_ and-or North Van-  ' couver.  As previously mentioned the league  will be strictly a no hitting one, with the  league commissioner giving the referees  complete control and authority to ad-  --minister .stifiL suspension^ Jo__any__player_  responsible for any violent infraction of  the rules, or for any ATTEMPT to injure  ~f or that-matterv���������������������   With five teams registered for the  upcoming season sponsored by Pender  Harbour area business', two Sechelt area  sponsors, one from Gibsons and one from  the Roberts Creek area; it appears that  players may register with teams from  their particular area if they wish, although  they may play for any one of the five  teams.  ! So that the league will be as competitive as possible, each team has  secured a goalie and five skaters as a  nucleus of talent. This then allows forty  five openings for the five teams for players  interested in registering with the league.  Teams will still attempt to ice the 16 best  available players so mere may be some  switching of teams, but once the league  has frozen the rosters after the first one or  two games, any players then deciding to  play or those whT^mWe~here~wishing_to~  play, will be drafted by the league to the  t$ams lowest in the standings if it is  deemed that player would help.  ' The league has been given ice time that  is considered prime time, with four league  games a week being played. Game times  will be Thursday evening from 8:00 - 9:45  lble header on���Saturdays  beginning at 7:00 ��� 8:45 and game two  going from 9:00 - 10:45 p.m. A Sunday  game would go from 6:00-7:45 p.m. There  would be the opportunity for each team to  practice every second or third week with  times available on Wednesday evening  from 9:00-10:00 p.m. and Thursday 10:00-  11:00 p.m. These times insure each team  of being on the ice twice a week with either  two games a week or at least a game and a  practice.  , The cost to play in the new league has  riot yet been finalized, but it will definitely  be a minimum of $100 or a maximum of  $120 for 20 weeks of competitive hockey.  This works out to roughly $2 a session for  the season per player which is pretty  reasonable recreation. Incidentally, all  monies will be paid in advance BEFORE  any players step on the ice, certainly  terested in referring or lining a non- Hockey League should send their corn-  contact hockey league, or even learning to mitment in to the various representatives  do it may contact Bruce Wormald at 886- at your earliest convenience, and so that  7303.-        you don't miss out on playing with the  Players interested in the Senior Mens team you want,   j  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SALES & SERVICE  IN THE  V  OF SECHELT  Now Open MONDAY ��� SATURDAY, 9:30am - 5:30  885-9816    Admiral  Ask about our �� ��� <5S> Mark of Quality  __'!,��c!<��9*"-dea,s- APPLIANCES & TELEVISIONS  PENDER HARBOUR DIESEL LTD.  ""T YeURHMWSFRWIrfORP-  1        POWER PRODUCTS DEALER  On The Sunshine Coait  883-2616 or 883-9921  Hwy 101 Pender Harbour  should players decide to wffidrawlor any.  reason, refunds will be given.  It will be the intention of the league to  honor all decisions handed down by officials, so to attempt to give the league  _ Mme_stobihty_lhrQugbJtsJ^^  league will pay officials. Any person in-  x  SENIOR MENS  HOCKEY LEAGUE  NAME-  ' PHONE  AGE ���  \m  m //yr, i r/ ��w  ���r *��� i .r / M9 a .��*' t  m m i Mf7ii "ijt  m ia.mi.ai.___jm.\*n���  jjjj ��� ��� U4_ui'  PREFERRED TEAM.  PLAYED LAST YEAR.  POSITION  Summer golf  ~*ou mm li  :;:;:^W?:|;;|f":;^;;J||;i  THINK ABOUT IT.  1 CANADIAN  J      CANCER  .     SOCIETY  raised  buttocks off chair resume seated position  and repeat.  Ahorse treat  Horse enthusiasts will get a treat this  Sunday as the Timber Trail Riding Club  will put on its Fall Horse Show.  The show is scheduled to start at 9:00  a.m. on Lockyer Road in Roberts Creek.  Langley resident Ray Denyer will be  making the trip up the coast to be a judge  in the all day show which will start with  halter, then��English and Western riding.  It promises to be lots of fun with games  and the concession will serve homemade  chili.  For more information call 885-0295.  J* KEEP  . C.    WATERS  CLEAN1  Mcu\LJa4fiilherJ_  Ken McCauley, Box 1171,   Gibsons, B.C.  Doug KennedyTRoberts CreeR]7  Box 956, Gibsons, B.C.  S.M.H.L.  [Sechelt] [P.H.]  Box 280,  Sechelt, B.C.  by Ernie Hume  Very little news this week. The summer  golf season is starting to wind down. The  wet and windy days last week practically  washed out the ladie's day on Tuesday.  The brave souls who ventured ito play  managed nine holes, in an odd or even  event. Eleanor Thompson placed 1st with  Marg. Arbuckle second. In spite of the wet  weather, 15 ladies battled'the rain for 18  holes. Of the eight players who played nine  holes, Beth Nidderly managed to win 1st  place.  It is surprising how fast .the fairways  return to their rich green texture from the  much needed rain that has fallen this past  couple of weeks.  A report on the back to school and  directors' tournament will be1 available.  AUTUM  CordUss B&O  GRASS SHEARS  Reg. $34.99 V..SALE  27  99  FAN TRELLIS  Reg. $9.99   Doublo  .SALE  7  CordUss Upright BSD  GRASS SHEARS  Rog. $42.99, .....SALE  3439  Whit.  LANDSCAPE ROCK  50 lb, Rog. $2.99   SALE  139  CEDAR  PLANTERS  Rog. 4,49   59   SALE'  DOLOMITE  Rog. $3.49 .,  , SALE  2  ���nawiii  CEDAR CHAIRS  Rog. $19,99,,  SALE  FERTILIZER  6-0-6, 1064  40 lb. Rog. $3.99 .,,  , SALE'  179  15  FERTILIZER  4-10-10, 20 kg  Rog. $7,93   .SALE  6  79  99  35S����8S2  Nobody'* *^^** ^ * -  cY\  YoMt  39  Sechelt Building  Supplies Ltd.  ��� 41  '���I  ��� I  ��� I  "Satltfactlon  guarantee  3P  ��***��. *��**#***       VatKowvir ToH frit  885-2283 or     682-0213  TUT  MUFFLER  PRO YOU  ALREADY  ImNwH  BING'S EXHAUST PLUS  HWY.101,GIBSONS  886-8213 ���v ��  ��� \  \  PageC-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, September 12,1979  ���" ���   ' '}  l  i  New band livens up coast  By Evi Blueth  Well known musicians Bob Carpenter,  Budge Schachte, and Ken Dalgleish have  recently formed a band that is already  livening up coast bars. Their up-tempo  music and good quality sound combined  with Bob's original compositions make  them an exciting and new experience.  They feel it is important that they are  enjoying what they play and are considering incorporating more comedy into'  their routines. Presently their music could  be categorized as^'rock blues"but they  copies, then just melted them down, except in Japan where you can still find a  copy. They just couldn't come to an  agreement with the contract."  Bob's original compositions have been  recorded by Bonnie Koloc, Billie Joe  Shaver, Tom Rush and Emmy Lou Harris.  In Vancouver Bob performed in places  such as theBistro"oTT4th7the River Queen  on Davie St. and recently he appeared at  the Vancouver Folk Festival.  He hopes to make an album of his own  songs-in the- near future. Although his  band with a horn player. He was tempted  to become more involved with the music  industry in California but decided against  it. As he says, "I wanted to get away from  all that craziness." The big-business, big-  ego, fast-paced living didn't suit him so he  moved up to Robert's Creek and set up the  Alternate School in Gibsons.  He has been very activein-community-  cultural events and sung in the local  Madrigal group. The music for the Sunshine Kingdom, a local Driftwood Players  presentation was composed by Ken. He  ^ ��.v~ v,i~.v.v ~~   .���  j also appeared on-the CBC Peter Gzowski  .J? . . .    .        ���''_.��� ho ie nlcft ahlo in ani an anrlipnrp tin anrl     rp��Mnni> ln>,��i ������ n�� on,to  <<T>m nnt o+a*  says, "We're~ aiming at keeping the  audience-happy". Although he finds the  repetition of rock music a little boring he is  feeling open to the many possibilities of  this new band. Bob says, "We want to do  fun songs to play. We want to become so  good that even the noisiest bar crowd stops  to listen."  All three musicians have been playing  since their teens. Bob, guitarist and  singer, born in Ontario, performed in  coffee houses in Yorkville. He became  more involved in the music business in  Toronto and soon found himself in  California working on an album with  David Briggs. He describes those years,  (between 25 and 28) as hectic and tiring.  He began working on an album in LA  where Brian Ahern, producer, set up a  "studio. "Musicians- such as -Bill - Payne,  Emmy Lou Harris, Anne Murray and  Diane Brooks were to be included on this  album. Bob explains, "The album was  finished in 75 but our lawyers couldn't see  eye to eye so it was not released. They had  it on ihe -release charts,-pressed 25,000  he is also able to get an audience up and  boogying.  In an effort to slow down, Bob moved to  Robert's Creek in 1974. He set up a house  painting business and claims that he and  his partners have painted nearly all the  local school walls.  Budge has recently been spending all  his time practising, playing and teaching  guitar. His main interest musically is  writing compositions for vocal choir. Two  of the people he has been influenced by are  Paul Hindemith, a 20th century composer,  and Hilm Holtz, a physicist fascinated by  how physics relates to music. Previously  Budge and Ken performed in a local band  called "Up the Creek". Budge says,  "Ideally Fd like to be playing in a. jazz  band, but unfortunately to make money  xme mustmakexompromises.'LThe,band  would like to be doing more experimental  music but rock'n roll is the only sound  appreciated by the local audience.  Ken Dalgleish, the piano man, was  originally from California. He performed  in various bands including a five piecejazz |  Trower, local poet. He says, "I'm not star,  struck." He enjoys playing and being  appreciated but feels no need to madly  pursue fame and recognition. The enjoyment of actually doing the music and  learning new tricks is more important to  him.  The band is very new and not yet clear  as to what direction it will move in. As  Budge says, "We will collectively try and  be happy." Recently they have been  playing a lot of Dylan's and Jesjse Winchester's songs. They are considering  including a bass and drum player and  would like to hear from anyone interested  in the part. They have performed at  Cedars, the Wakefield and the Peninsula.  Hotel and hope to eventually play at local  dances. Anyone wishing to contact them  can call Bob at 885-9692.  ��� ���  ^fiat's  finte/ttalnmewt  with Janine  ARTIFACTS  RhotjoWorkshop  Sunshine Coast-Arts Centre^and  Arts Council  BOB CARPENTER (left) and Budge  Schante along with Ken Dangleish  have recently formed a band which is  already livening up the coast bars  with up-tempo music and good quality  jsQund._They_can J)e_seen_at_the  Peninsula Hotel this week.  The Frisco Kid  is gunning  to town  "The Frisco Kid" starts out somewhat ^  like- the - Robert- Klein joke -about- his  childhood in the Catskill Mountains, "the  Jewish Palm Springs."  Because Gene Wilder is its star, you  would expect to see a madcap, bizarre Mel  Brooksian farce. Nothing could be further  from the truth.  Not even the title clues you in to the fact  that this is one of the most unorthdox (no  pun intended), lighthearted stories seen in  some time.  It's 1850 and a group of Polish rabbis  have selected Avram Balinski (Wilder), a  kind but not too scholarly soul, to sail to  America where a bride and a congregation  await him in San Francisco. Because the  chief Rabbi informs him that the city is  somewhere near New York, it's not surprising that he gets very, very lost. Wilder  docks in Philadelphia and heads westward. "The Frisco Kid" being the story of  the "tsuris" (hardships) he encounters.  Wilder is marvelous, ^edeckedL in^  beard and yarmulke with twinkles in those  mad blue eyes, he is the ultimate i'orah-  toting Jewish cowboy. Drawing on his own  ethnic background. Wilder (nee Jerry  Silverman) brings a warmth and  humanity to the part that carries the  movie along.  "The Frisco Kid" is a human, bittersweet comedy heavily laced with  drama and sentiment. Although we might  have preferred another helping of  zaniness, Wilder more than makes up for it  in warmth.  This is one modest little film that  should bring some "nachas" (joy) to any  ethnically aware audience. And to Gene  Wilder, who is a delight, Mazel Tov! ���  PaulHyman.  New puzzles and books coming in soon.  Phone us if you cannot come in. MISS  -BEE'S SECHELT-^���������-  This column is the first of many which  will keep you up to date with news of the  Sunshine Coast Arts Centre and Arts  Council.  PHOTO WORKSHOP  Hello, here I am introducing an entertainment column for the Pen Times.  This is a new undertaking for me so I'm  nol sure what direction this may-take.  Anything covered in this space is indeed  merely my opinion!  Feedback would be welcomed and  appreciated. In this way we may match up  a cross-hatch of ideas, that will greatly  contribute to the substance of this column.  The diversification of the subject  matter under this heading is awesome  when pondered upon; your own entertainment factor may be your neighbor's  idea of hard labor!  However, if. we proceed along the  standard lines of television, films, recitals,  public houses, fine dining, etc, we are still  left with no small choice ...  Selecting a subject at random, I did  happen to drop into a prominent roadside  drinking establishment the other evening  to listen to a country and western group  that had been previously recommended to  me by an avid fan.  The Weston Airs consist of five humans  and one dog. I found their form of entertainment relaxing, amusing and  professional. They were able to cut loose  and boogie hard. I was particularly impressed with the versatile piano back-up  from the lady pianist.  Originally from Salmon Arm, the  Weston Airs have now moved to Vancouver. They assured me they would be  back, so I guess C & W fans may catch  them next time around.  * *   *  On the subject of fine dining, a friend  and I enjoyed a pleasing meal at the  newly-opened restaurant in Gibsons. The  ambience was subdued and relaxing; the  food tasty and well-presented, service was  excellent and the fee modest for the feeling  of satisfaction I was left with. I do wish  these people well, dining out pleasurably  certainly rates high on my entertainment  list.  * *   #  Up and coming this week at Ye Olde  Peninsula Hotel Is Bob Carpenter and his  group.  Bob is back home on the coast after  having recently played the Owen Sound  Folk Festival and the second Annual  Vancouver Folk Festival. He is a strong  performer well-worth, catching; maybe I  shall see you there.  If you have information regarding  coastal entertainment, future or past, or if  you have comments, feel free to call and  let me know what Is happening.  Wishing all you ladles and gentlemen  an entertaining week, I remain . . . sincerely, Janine.  Of special interest to photographers-  will be the hand tinting and toning  workshops conducted by Nomi Kaplan  who is featured in the next exhibit at the  Arts Centre. (Sept. 28- Oct. 11), Nomi is a  talented practitioner of this art form  which has in recent years been  resurrected from near obscurity after  modern colour processes became popular.  The workshops will be held on Sat.,  Sept. 29, 4-6 p.m. and Thursday, October  11,4-6 p.m. Fees will be $15.00 per person,  per workshop, and classes will be limited  to eight persons. Pre-registration is  necessary - call 885-5412 to register.  JURIED SHOW  A juror has now been confirmed for the  juried show of Sunshine Coast Art, to be  held in early November. Chosen is Glenn  Allison who Is presently curator of the  UBC Fine Arts Gallery, a director of  Artcove consultants, and a director of the  Greater Vancouver Artists'Gallery. In the  past Glen was assistant curator at the  Vancouver Art Gallery.  TheArts Council chose a juror from the  Sunshine Coast to ensure;a totally vob-  jectlve~aTid^ucated^yeito^Sect^rl^F  art from our local artists.  AU artists on the Sunshine Coast are  encouraged to participate in this important event which will strike a healthy  relationship between our artists and the  Arts Centre. We hope to further promote  promising local individuals beyond the  boundaries of the Sunshine Coast and to  inspire all artists in the development of  their talents. .  Paintings, drawings, prints,  photographs, multi-media pieces, and  sculptures will be accepted. Each artist  will be able to submit up to three works of  art. Fee is $5.00.  Participants will be asked to bring  works to St. Hilda's Hall in Sechelt on  November 3 between 9 and 11 a.m. The  exhibit will be open on November 6, with a  preview opening, the evening of November  5, Further information and entry forms  will be available in the coming weeks.  Date Pad  Sop). 13 ��� Roborts Crook Loglon Br. 219 Bingo. Early Bird 7, regular 8 pm,  September 15 --��� Elvos Club Gonoral Mooting, homo of L,D. MacDonald,  Orango Rd a Hwy, 101, 8 pm, '������  September 16 -���- Timber Trails Riding Club Fall Horse Show, Lockyor Rd.,  Roberts Creek, All day beginning at 9 am. 895-9295 for Information,  September 16 ��� Tuesday, Ladles Curling commencing. Sechelt Arena, for  more Info, call 885-3575 or 885-2577.  September 17 ��� P.H, senior Citizen* monthly meotlng( Madeira Park  Community Hall, 7 pm,  September 18 ��� Sunshine Coast Arts Council monthly meeting. Art  Centre, Sechelt 8 pm,  September 10 - Women's Aglow Fellowship Meeting, Harmony Hall,  11 ;30 am, Lunch. Ladles ol all ages welcome, Babysitting 4 transportation  available, For Info, coll 806-7426,  September 29 -~ Fall Tea a Baiaar sponsored by Ladles' Auxiliary Br, 140,  Sechelt Legion Hall, 2-4 pm,  Every Thursday �� Saturday ��� Bargain Barn of Pender Harbour Health  Clinic Auxiliary, I ��� 3 p.m.  Ti/��* So*   U om-4 sm, An Centre, Open now showing on exhibition  Irom the  Vancouver Artlcts Gallery,  Ui�� THIS **ACf TO MOMOT* YOU* OROAfflZATtONt tVlflTV  IT'S FREE, CALL B85-3J31.  ������������������������������������������ ***��*��*��*���� ��****)  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  k  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  TWILIGHT THEATRE  GIBSONS For Times Call 886-2827  if * �� �� �� �� �� �� �� �� ������������������������������������������������  A triumphant  blend off live  action and  Disney animation  y::     \  WALT DISNEY  MQOftJCIHXl'  Eedkncbs  and  Broomsticks  PLEASE NOTE THE  STARTING TIMES!  We are p|aylng this "Great Disney Feature"  EARLIER than usual, so that ovon the  younger members of the family will bo able  to en|oy It, Also, may we suggest that you  make uso of tho early mldwook showings  to avoid disappointment at tho weekend,  Wed, Sopt. 12-Ono show nightly at  7 pm  Thurs, Sopt. 13-One ihow nightly at  7 pm  Frl, S��pt. 14-Twlc��7 prri & 9 pm  Sat, Sept. 15-One only at 7 pm  <33J2=Qn>  ** \* *** M*** ***************** **1*T7  TheaTeet^rtcorvbov  j    who ever rode  Into the wild west...  Irom I  PLEASE NOTE THE  STARTING TIMES!  Sat, Sept. 15-9 pm  Sun, Sept. 16-0 pm  Mon, Sept. 17-8 pm  Tuet, Sept. 18-8 pm  sUESfflJJl  l,fMmil>tft   lUHIOSnMntHt  ���Mil I HIM 11 Mil  Some coarse language and swearing  Dlr,   .  B,C.  COMING NEXT  Frank    longollo    with    Laurence   Olivier  in   DRACULA  Tor ctnrtlni}     I  Tlrno Conllrmatlonj  PUoio Phone i  886-28271  *�� �� �� ������������������������'����������������������������������������*  ������  -     i ���      HERON CAFE ��� Serving home cooked food. Licensed. Located  in Lower Gibsons. Open 7 days a week ��� 7 am - 5 pm.  FITZGERALD'S ��� Serving Steak and Seafood. Fully licensed.  Located in Lower Gibsons. Open 5 pm 'till midnight. 886-2888.  YOU-DEL'S ��� Delicatessen prepared food, snack bar and light  lunches. Located In the Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons. Open 6  days a week 9:30 - 5:30. 886-7922.  ANDY'S FAMILY RESTAURANT ��� Greek and Western cuisine.  Fully licensed. Located on Hwy. 101, Gibsons. Open Mon.-Sat.  7 am - 9 pm. Sun, 7 am - 3 pm. 886-7828.  .i  YE OLDE PENINSULA HOTEL ��� Serving Steaks, Pizzas. Fully  licensed. Dining room open 6 days 7 am ��� 8:30 pm. Food  served in pub till closing. Located on Hwy. 101 ��� 3 miles west  of Gibsons. 886-9334.  THE HOMESTEAD RESTAURANT ��� Prime Rib, Baron of Beef  and Seafood. Located on Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. Opon 7 dayB a  week 9 am-10 pm. 885-2933. Fully licensed.,  GOLEN CITY RESTAURANT ��� Chinese 8, Canadian cuisine.  Fully licensed. Located on Wharf St., Sechelt. 885-2511.  VILLAGE RESTAURANT ��� Steak, Seafood and Italian food.  Fully licensed. Located on Cowrie St., Sechelt. Open 7 days a  week 7 am fill...   885-98H.  HALFMOON INN ������ Regular Dinner Menu, Tues to Thursday.  4:30 - 10 pm. Featuring a Smorgasbord (plus rog, menu)  Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 4:30 ��� 10 pm. Fully llcensod.  Located on Hwy 101 ��� 8 miles north of Sechelt. 885-5500.  LORD JIM'S LODGE -��� Brunch 9 am - 1 pm. Dinner Suh. -  Thursday 6 pm - 9 pm. Friday and Saturday 6 pm -10 pm. Fully  licensed. Located at Ole's Cove, Sechelt. 885-2232.  TAMMY'S RESTAURANT ��� Regular Dinner menu. Opon 7 days  a waeic located TTgtiT Qt 1art*t Cova"terry iBrmtnat; 883-,9012.  ������*, <&  Book Look  By MURRIE REDMAN.  Wednesday, September 12,1979  The Peninsula Times EageX^L  THE CURVE OF TIME by M. Wylie  Blanchet, Gray's Publishing, 1977. -  With summer now only a beautiful  dream, it's time forreading bycosjrfires -  and THE CURVE OF TIME is a perfect  transition for the season.  "Capi" Blanchet, the author o| this  charming travelogue of the B.C. Coast,  was a romantic figure herself. She, herv  husband and five children lived on Curteis  Point on Vancouver Island. After Montreal, they felt their life was idyllic. But in  1927, Mr. Blanchet went missing from his  -boat and "Capi" was- left:with five  children.  She became the children's teacher, and  many of her marvellous lessons were  given on the "Caprice".. With only the  clothes on their backs and a bathing suit,  they sailed and putted off for the summer  every year, buying supplies as they went  along or catching sealife and picking  berries for food. .What lucky children,  what a wonderful teacher!.  The small crew and their courageous  _skipper_J3rploredJhe_covies and inlets,  letting their curiosity and a simple  mariner's book, chart them alohgr The"  "Caprice" was only 25 feet long and had a  six and one-half foot beam ��� not very big  for the six aboard. The wooden craft was  sturdy though, and like its captain, true.  The author's observatons invite  readers to share all the hidden doubts and  silent warnings when rocks loomed or  bears threatened. Blanchet's joy and deep  respect for all things natural, while  maintaining sensible distances are  recorded in this journal.  The family's visits to ancient Indian  . villages near the Charlottes are especially  intriguing. The author's accounts are even  important - for now, many of the artifacts  -are gone; lonely to air-conditioned halls in~  museums, while she saw them through the  vines and mosses as they were meant to be  known. Blanchet's feelings as the small  group walked awe-struck through  deserted cedar lodges and past huge  totems, instill in the reader a history never  again-to be realized. Her surprise at  looking up from the base of great cedars to  see burial boxes, contents long gone, still  hanging in the wind - high above, is  exquisite. Her mother's joy at watching  the young, browned bodies tumbling in the  salt chuck on the morning swim or rinsing  out their only clothes in a waterfall  splashing into a quiet bay is delightful.  The book rambles along comfortably as  we,, meet the unusual people tucked  recluse-liRe into coves along theseldem-  visited coast. They are, the ones who  retreated from the mainstream of life to  exist in shacks papered with memories!.  They became friends of the Blanchets,  exchanging news.for apples or fish on  "summer visitsrAhdlheTisTiai-frustratiens-  when boat engines fail or fears when the  anchor drags at night can be appreciated  by even the modern boater.  "Long shafts of sunlight crept through  the valleys. to strike the opposite  snowcapped peaks. Down. . .down . . the  shafts slowly dropped and spread.. .then  caught and held our.' white sails. We  stretched cold, stiff limbs; the mist rose  off our dripping decks and canvas; we  shouted, and the sleepy crew streamed up  on deck to greet the sun."  <���  Wednesday, September 12  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL S  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00  12:30  1:00  1:30  News  Wicks  Today  Confd.  All My Children  Cont'd.  1 Life To Live  Cont'd, -   Days of  Our Lives  The Doctors  Another World  News  Ida Clarkson  Marcus  Welby  Cont'd.  News  As the  World Turns  Guiding Light  News  Alan Hamel  Cont'd,  Another  Daytime  Programs  Discontinued  -for Summer-  News  Adam-12  Movie:  Where  Donahue  Cont'd.  M.A.S.H.  Love Of Life  All My Children  Cont'd.  Movie:  Enchanted  2:00  2:30  3:00  .3:30 -  Edi?e of Night  Take 30  Bob McLean  -Cont'd.   . General  Hospital  Merv Griffin  -Cont'd..   Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Movie:  Pork, Chop Hill  School Brdcst.  Take 30  Afternoon  Delight   Cont'd.  M.A.S.H.  Dinah  Cont'd.  World  Cont'd.  Movie:  ��� Good Morning  4:00  4:30  5:00  5:30  Beyond - Reason  All in Family    '  Beachcombers  Mary T. Moore  Brady Bunch  Happy' Days  ,  News  Cont'd.  Cont'd.      Cont'd.'  Carol Burnett  News  ���Sanford &~Son~  f Price is -  Right  News  -Mike Douglas  Cont'd.  News  Cont'd.  Miss Dove  Cont'd.  Hollywood  Winsday '  Sesame Street  Cont'd.  Mr. Rogers  Electric Co.  Sidewalk Ends  Cont'd.  Popeye  Banana Splits  All In Family  Dating Game  Hillbillies  Funorama  Island  Cont'd.  Odtii Couple  Battle Planets  Bugs-Bunny������  Cont'd.  Beaver  Bewitched  -Cont'd:-" ~r-.:~  Gilligan's  Island  Brady 'Bunch  Eddie's Father -  FUntstones"  Carol Burnett  News  Cont'd^ -   6:00  6:30  7:00  7:30  News   Cont'd.  Happy Days  Baseball:  -Cont'd;   Cont'd.  P.M.   Northwest  Hollywood   Cont'd   Cont'd.  Seattle  Tic Tac Dough  -Cont'd.   Cont'd.  Hogans  Heroes  Baseball:   Cont'd.    ���  Mary T. Moore  Newlywed Game  Joker's Wild  News   Cont'd.  8 is Enough  Cont'd.  -Once -Upon  Dick Cavett  News  Playhouse  Odd. Couple.   ._  Hogan's  Heroes  Andy Griffith  Bob Newhart  Andy Griffith _  Match  Game  Joker's  WUd  Tic Tac Dough  Family Feud  Bob Newhart  Vancouver  Cont'd.  8:00 -  8:30  9:00  9:30  -Chicago at  Montreal '  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  8 Is Enough  Confd.  Charlie's  Angels ���  Real People  Cont'd. -  Holocaust  Pt. 3  Chicago at  Montreal  Confd.  Confd.  Movie:  Bingo Long &  Travelling  All Stars  Charle's  Angels  Charlie's.  Angels  Meeting  Of Minds  Performances  Confd.  Against the  Wind  Conquest  Confd.  Newlywed Garni  Merv Griffin  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Holocaust  Confd.  10:00  10:30  11:00  11:30  Confd.  Week in Ball  News  Cont'd.,  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  News -   -    -  Police Woman  ��� Confd.  Confd.  News  Tonight  Confd.  Week In Ball  News  Cont'd.    Home Electric  Test  News  Your Turn  Lou Grant  Cont'd.  News  Confd.  Confd.  Frankle. Johnny  Faces Of .  Communism  News  Chico & Man  Benny Hill  Love Am. Style  Peyton Place  Report  T.B.A.  Honeymooners  Confd.  Confd.  . Sports-Page  Confd.  Thursday, September 13  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00  12:30  "1:00  1:30  News  Wicks  Todiay  Confd.  All My Children  Confd.  I\ Life To Live  Confd.           Days Of  Our Lives  The Doctors  Another World  News  Ida' Clarkson  .  Marcus Welby  Confd.  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Movie:  Rage  Movie:  Gator ���  Confd.  Confd.  The Waltons  Confd.  Soap  Cont'd.  National  Geographic  Creatures  Great & Small  Movie:  McHale's Navy  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Newlywed Game  Merv Griffin  Cont'd.  Cont'd..  Lav. & Shirley  1 Day At Time  Movie:  Sounder  10:00  10:30  11:00  11:30  Dallas  Confd.  National News  Night  Final  20/20  Confd.  News  St. & Hutch  Cont'd.  News Special  News  Tonight Show  Cont'd.  Confd.  News  Confd.  Barnaby  Jones  News  Late Movie:  Barnaby  Jones  News  Cont'd.  10 Who Dared  Confd.  Cinema B.C.  Sign Off   News  Chico & Man  Benny Hill  Love Am. Style  Peyton Place  Report  T.B.A.  Columbo  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Sports Page  Cont'd.  Friday, September 14  i  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00  12:30  1:00  1:30  News  Wicks  Today  Cont'd.  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September 16  SUNSHINE COAST ARENA  will all  coaches,, .executive and interested persons, please attend.  4:00  4:30  5:00  .5:30-  Beyond Reason  All in Family  Beachcombers  -Mary-T^-Moore-  Brady Bunch  Happy Days  News  -Cont'd���-__  Mrs. Blossom  Confd.  Carol Burnett  -News    Sanford & Son  Price is Right  Confd.  News  Mike Douglas  Cont'd. ,  News  Confd.  Bamboo  Confd.  S6.000.000  Man  Sesame Street  Cont'd.  Mr. Rogers  Electric  Co.  for Caesar  Cont'd.  Odd Couple  Battle Planets  Bugs Bunny  Confd.  Beaver  Bewitched  Cont'd.  GiUigan's  Island  Brady Bunch  Eddie's Father  6:00  6:30  7:00  7:30  FUntstones  Carol Burnett  News  Confd.  News  Confd  Happy Days  Canada Concert  .Cont'd.  Confd.  P.M.   Northwest  Exploration NW  Confd.  Cont'd.  Seattle  Tic Tac Dough  Confd.  Confd.  Hogan's Heroes  Rhoda  Confd.  Mary T. Moore  Newlywed Game  Joker's  WUd  News  Confd.  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Hob Newhart  White  Shadow  to.  Cont'd.  Homl, Huntorn  Movie;  Domino  Bill Moyer  Cont'd.  Poldwrk  Cont'd.  Newt Mag,  Watson Report  News  Confd.  Lou Grant  Confd.  News  Late Movie  Principle  Cont'd.  New*  Confd.  "When Biai  Comos  In  Harry  Truman  Tviovlet  Brewstor  MaCIoud  Cont'd.  M.A.S.H.  Matoh Game  Joker's Wild  Tie Tao Dough  Nuwlywed Game  Merv O rlffln  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  News  Chico & Man  Benny Hill  Love Am. Style  Peyton Piaoe  Report  Bonny Hill  Harry O  Ji'uinlly Feud  lob Newhart  Vancouver  Cont'd.   Holocaust  Confd.  Movie;  CoinlnH Home  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  BporU 1'ukc  Tuesday, September 18  CHANNRL 3  raisr  12)10  HOO  1(30  2100"       ���_ _.  2130     Tate DO  1)00     Hob MoLoan  m 90JM.  News  Wicks  Today  Confd, __  Hduo "of NiiJhT  CHANNBL4  All My Children  Cont'd.  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Odd Couple  1)33" Couple  Hoiran'*   lloroe*  Cont'd,  Olllltfnri's  llrady Bunch  KcMlo's Father  mpio  of l'lan't*  Island  "Sir  News  ���L  Lwyus  Syndrome  New*  Cont'd,  Evening  At Pope  Upstair*.  Downstair*  Italian'*  M.A.S.H,  Boh Nov  neoTK  The Pi  ije^hayl^  J  in  Hnttle  Fllnt��toiten  Carol Burnett  New*  Confd.  .A.H.U.  atoli Game  okor1*  WUd  Tlo Tao  2 ftonnlo*  Movie  The I  Uw  The Pslaoo  Cont'd.  )oimh  Newlywed (lame  Merv .ill  Famllyni?eii<r  Bob Newhart  Vancouver  Cont'd,  lyiovi  in  Confdv  vader*  T?*w*  Chloo A Men  Benny lllll  Love Am Style  Boht'd.  Confd,  Irlf/Jn  J'eytonT'laoe  leport  Benny Hill  llArnaliy   Jones  conca:,  Cpnfd,  Movlei  Saml-Toiigli  "ConT'dT"   Confd.  Sport* Pave  Cont'd,  I IN ROBERTS CREEK  Referendum on  The people of Roberts Creek will be  asked to approve financing for a new  $350,000 community centre in a Specified  Area tax referendum on Saturday,__S_ep-_  tember 22. Residents and taxpayers ill the  area from the Girl Guide Camp to Seaview._  Cemetery are eligible to vote on the  proposed project to provide a new gymnasium for Roberts Creek Elementary and  a new hall for the community, at large.  Generallyr-the plan is for a full-sized  gymnasium, large enough to accomodate  a regulation-sized basketball court, with a  stage for theatre productions, proper  acoustics for concerts, lavatories, showers  and changing rooms, a kitchen, at least  one meeting room and storage area.  The terms of the referendum ask for  authority to borrow up to the full $350,000  and lay responsibility for the entire cost of  -the-project on the taxpayer. But Area D  Director Harry Almond and the Finance  Committee for the project estimate a tax  increase of two mills or less, about $15 per  year for owners of property with a market  value of around $50,000. And the mill rate  "is"expected to decline when the Volunteer  -FireDepartmenf^ new truck is paid off in  1981    ._  '     .    . .  The project will proceed only if the  balance of the funding can be obtained  from other government sources. Once  electoral approval is received for the  specified area funding, application can be  made for a provincial grant of one-third to  one-half of the total cost, such as Pender  Harbour recently received for "their  swimming pool.  There is also the possibility of federal  grants and ihe availability of lottery  ' proceeds is being investigated. And there  is the promise of $80,000 from the Sunshine  Coast's Joint Use Committee.  The idea of a new Community Hall was  first raised about five years ago. The  present hall is .45 years old and proving  inadequate for the needs of the growing  ��� community ^-It is���filled to~capacity���at_  dances. The lack of parking is a real  problem, creating a fire hazard for traffic  on the highway and at the fire hall. In-,  vestments in renovations and repairs have  reached the point of diminishing return.  And the heating bills are abominable.  ~~^The School, orrthe otherhand" has an:  activity room that does not even accomodate a single volleyball court and is  inadequate for functions such as the  Christmas concert. Roberts Creek, unlike  schools elsewhere in the Province, is an  area of escalating enrolment, arid the  present activity room could be converted  into extra classrooms when the need  arises. And, while the Department of  Education's specifications do not yet  warrant a larger gymnasium, it is felt that  the needs of the students and the community of Roberts Creek do.  It is recognized that it is a waste to  utilize facilities as expensive as schools on  a daytime basis only. Schools are being  used increasingly by the public at large. It  is already School Board policy to make  classrooms, shops, and gymnasiums  available for adult use at reasonable cost.  And since the Community Hall is used  chiefly at night it seems only practical to  combine the functions of the two facilities  and thereby maximize use.  It was decided, therefore, to combine  the plan for a new community hall with  one for a gymnasium to be built behind the  - Schoolr   - - Since the building will-be on school  property, the School Board will be the  nominal owners and will be responsible for  maintenance and operating costs. But in  the end, it belongs to the taxpayer and a  joint-use committee with equal  representation from the School District  and the Community will make the  decisions as to its operation, including  rentals, pursuant to a formal joint-use  contract. The experience of similar joint-  use projects at Whistler and Bowen Island  will be drawn upon for guidance.  ytA  . Voters will receive additional information about the project in the mail  this week. And everybody is invited and  urged to attend the public forum at the  CommunityHall on Monday, September  17, at__8 _p.nL where a panel wiU be  available to answer "questions.  The Ways and Means Committee for  V  J-alLJElye  ��� ���.������.1"S  -    '        .���*'���   i;a�� ���������  jLiems omrr?  4ias-awwed.  Prepare your  garden now for  Bulbs Winter  Pansies &  Perennials  ��� all will be  in soon ���  'ENTANGLE  to  Sechelt  next to MacLeods  Mori .-Sot.  9:30-5:30  885-3818  I*  Canadian Radio-television Conseil de la radioditlusion  and'Telecommunications eldes telecommunications  Commission canadlennes  DECISION  Following o Public Hearing held in Vancouver,  British Columbia on 19, 20 and 21 June 1979, the  Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications  Commission announces the following decision effective forthwith.  Decision CRTC 79-553  SECHELT, BRITISH COLUMBIA  ��� 790254700  GIBSONS, BRITISH COLUMBIA  ��� 790253900  Coast Cable Vision Ltd.  Applications for authority to change, the subscriber fees from those presently aughorlzed by the  Commission for Sechelt and Gibsons, British  Cqlumbla as follows:  Foes  Prosont  Maximum foos  Installation fee: $25.00  Monthly foot  ��� (Sechelt & Gibsons) $6.50  ��� (Halfmoon Bay) $8.00  Proposod  Maximum fees  No change  $7.50  $8.50  The above are maximum fees; however, the applicant proposes special fees which are detailed In  the applications.  Decision: APPROVED  The proposed rate Increases are Justified on  financial grounds, and taking Into account the low  density of the service areas and tho licensee's  commitment to develop a community programming service In each community.  Ottawa  August 23, T979  '    '  J,G. Patonaudo  Acting Secretary General  YOUR  the project are anxious to stimulate, enthusiasm for the project and allay doubts.  They hope' that the success of and the  community spirit generated by their  Roberts Creek Daze is indicative of the  support that will be demonstrated for the  corrunuriity centre project at" the polls at  the School on Saturday, September 22.  WOOD HEAT  CENTRE  TAPPEN  V  <0*  *****  WE NOT ONLY SELL UNITS  BUT INSTALL THEM AS WELL  We install all our products  .UNSHINE ,  JOUCTSi  Richard  Sasaratt  88&-7411  or  886-8023  North Road,  Gibsons  PageC-4"   r    TlielPeiiihsulatlmes^ Wednesday, September 12,19??,  OPEN SATURDAYS  10-5 P.M.  ��� OR BY APPOINTMENT ���  886-2765  Looking For Quality?  Looking For Service?  Looking For Selection?  Looking Forideas?  Look No Further   N^*  Look To Us  At  CARPET CABINET  CERAMIC CENTRE  s?vp  \t*  fir*  CARPETS  *'*  *V  *>  M*  c^  ��  %  %  r*  tree fcstimates      Mo Obligatiun  North Rd.,-Gibsons  886-2765  Hill Brothers  COFFEE M  $O09  lb.  Canada Grade A  Aliens  FRUIT DRINK  48 f I. oz.  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